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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 v 1I w exriIT I o I tIi bi i I i I THE PRjICHONI CLIMAX S VOLUME 26 r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY A1JILT4J8 r900J NUMBER 46 J rrREPAIRING AND FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY b s actb 3kbctac All Work Guaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND KyI r rr BRANrYjiAWip t1 diw WSKYFULL QUARTS Delivered Exprossaso paid anywhoro directly aceS sible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY WHSKEY direct from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or com mercial agency In Louisville iUG OQLDEWEY S CO 231 W Main SI lonlsviile Ky The New Woman by FLORENCE MEDICINE Red Oak S e o o e We use the material all to date attachments 5 Splendid Finish Price is J right We can make it an r A inducement for dealers to- oI handle our work We i manufacture a full line of O pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and price list TI1IEINO s b i S FTJLLEK BUGGY COI SSW t II JACKSON MICK OO60Q6 aprlSCm i PROFESSIONAL CARDS rr03 Y5 R E UlCHMOND KENTUCKY c riOfficeover Climax Office with Jas B Mc Sscoud Stree- tMILLER h flw 0 AtTOKKEYATIiAW RICHMOND KKirrcorr Office to the Bursmm Building next door t- oyIer NaWwwl flank feb3ly Su LL 1V1 JAr ATruxv Tr ts RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofiii e over Onnk Trust Cu op plo itp Vwirt licMi8 tto on Street JOD M Oil NAUlT A TT011NE YS AT LAW- tit4tONe KttNTUCKY- Otfiws on con1f1tr6lt ovtr Ohen aults gnxorjr V7 R LETCHER AttomeyratZawR- ciHioxD KESTOCK- YOtttte with T J Smitlt Jrovcr Omnium MlteheU C LoVr IAtorm9yatLaW 1MibrkyBtilIfliu TUchond Ky n J TAL30IJACJ201T ATTORN BYATTAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY iOmso In PraUiar Bnildinc Main ESTSJSIAiTS DBS GIBSON GIBSON MIYMUIASii SBKGEOsSKl- CHMOKU KENTUCKY Oi5ee in the Joe Cc JB building iS and to Sec oud SUM orV otd drugstore s flCIIAS C hOOKER VETEKINAR SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary GoUqjt Veterinary DentUtry Sterility a Specialty ayOfflce at stable on cotner Pint and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly H G JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Unildinz Vain Street Telephone nt reiiilenie the Carr placemen llrod way RionuoND KENTUCKY EVANS M D GW Pics AND SUJtQE Y RICHMOND KIrNT1CKY DENTAL StniaSET ihtie tt J tm t OF LoUiutLLn KT KiOHict next door io Government Building BlcJiinSnd Ky Ofioe hour to 121 to 4 noTHly rnt FRCD MtTH DENtIST taOffleo orerTaylorBros Hardwire Store Main janI2ly- AIR COfYRS44TS MTMNCI FREENot1celnlnnnUyoAge oeiae NoreeUl1 pMent Ia LeiWrutrioUr ooaiI4eDdaL Adde Ic It lrIII o owrl4E N1L1 49 r Is the acme v BEMJTY HEALTH ASQDay ofiJtome treatment for The Lady Florence em and euro for the tll of know too well the drains upon their health and cauud by ailments Jto nelrownscx The Lady Florence Remedy is not a cureall but Is a cure for disease of woman prescrlPUOIlwrittenclan and turgcon wno bai treated more complicated sea of female perhapa than any one 11mUmeOne package affords relief In the moat ohttlnta Manufactured THE CO Iowa U t o f GENTLEMENS DRilIlNG dAGON only best of Has up light Creary SiUfc olahf T Street IND and CIA tr Street PATENTS PJdiIrItL dIeses SOMETHING FOR BABY Eomethinjr whieh it must have Is ahownjn our assortment of liveware We have a very handsome line of CUPS FOR CHILDREN in a variety ofpaserris Some Gold lined and heavily beaded Some handsomely engrfved others richly dinned All Ire of excellent quality- itjYEAGER Dr Louis It Landman No 3 TITeet Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will heat M M Millers residence second door Postofflce Richmond Ky on VEDJIESDAY MAY 9 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each mouth Kelcienco every physician of Rich mood Ky inaylly Dr So Goldstein 3 The Optic Specialist 4 of No 5M Fonrth Avenue Lonisville will be at the Qlyndon Hotel Richmond WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 returning ono day each month Eyes exam ined and glaascs scientifically adjusted ritroniz HQm Itae blurS your dwellings barns and otherprop rrtyln the OLUB GRASS INSURANCE LOM PiNut Lexington Kya home institution Gives protection against FIRE till MS AN TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members ancrno Initiation fee charged to become a member of OQJDpiny The cheapest and most reliable for the people of our county now operating In the tltate and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf niter the first year For further Information call on their agent and collector R B Black attorneyatlaw Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank l Trust Company upstairs J H CARTER Pres mav2tly O Cs BO8WORTH Secy i CIRCULATING WASH BOILER I J I PAT ALLOWED MARCH 991 J3OiTOt5HOWINGCOILED COPPER STEAM PIPES I t feSTgaftilrpJI lUll M rblni iate I orkifco fjcndlut circular I Prfc rrnt toO I CopperJiO4O3ss 400 Cupper JTfftK I reoi the reei4 e abie veotHI p1t3IpIr4 of afcote kIM I Irtwg1ad11 The i U- cLisWiTtQ ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COOHTT CU3UC Wo are authorized to announce ARCH hncjecttoRAYDUnNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS theactionWo are authorized to announce M M sublectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOB BI1EBIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN P Madisoncountysubjectparty We are authorized to announce JOHN W lorSheriffparty MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party DDROADDUBsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR OLDIlAconnty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LDAKERconnty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce 0 W DEATH BRACK a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the actloiu the Democratic party FOB JAILED OLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party OPARR1SIlconnty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce TACK BOSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocratic PERKINSaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty subject to the action of the Democratic parly POE SCHOOL SCPEBISTEKDEKT WWAGthe office of Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party For the Clmax andbrokenHushed ere the winds and still the evening gloom Before me rises up a grave within the grove Whilst TaiL rose Id hand from oft his tomb And waft kind thoughts above the dust we love- Within its narrow cell reclines his clay That clay where once such animation beamed The king of terrors seized him as his prey Not worth nor glory could bis life redeem A half blown rose a broken spray Befitted emblem of his mortal worth Ills glory in this life Just merged today When nipped by frost within Its early birth ills life was like the rose I hold today Its petals parting in sweet tranquil grace To meet his efforts and his toil repay To crown him leader of a noble race But shan presumptuous mortal heaven ar raign And madly Godlike Providence accuse Alit no far fly from me attempts so vain Ill neer submissionto my God refuse dearYStill they call forth my warm affections tear Still in my heart retain their sacred place Mrs Nannie Martyn Richmond March 1900 WOMANS TRIBUTE TO GOV GOEBEL r andbeautifulton Cratcher a cousin of Col W rCrutcher of this county Mrs Crutcher is the principal of a flourishing female school at Jett Franklin OrphanSchooland this article is worthy a place along side BoydWlncheiter theKentuckyJustus Ooebel expressed his appreciation of brotherInhas affected me so much himWithmost pltitnl he poured forth the gratitude of lorhisStateDWhilst the hearts af thousands of lingwilheyes are blinded with rivet of tears as they helplessly sit in the dark shadow of blackest crime thqt eVer stained the annals of any people yet eo far as my observation extends no represen tative of the Democracy of Kentuckys womanhood has as yet publicly voiced a single sentiment respecting our mar tyred governor There have not been lacking how ever among his male friends and ad mirers eulogistic expressions of their characterhishis unquestionable loyalty to the great common people JudgeMullIgnnpraise the eloquent tongue of Senator Blackburn has done honor to his illustrious colleague holy men of God have touchingly and tepderly paid their loving tribute to bin noble virtues and ourown Robert Burns Wilson has sweetly sung his In Jlemoriuiri and Shall woman alone with her wealth of sympathy and affection and tenderness iji7W l19 Wants to put out a fire she o on oIl and wood She Son v t doesntI O fire When a woman wants Q wellfrom diseases peculiar to J R 0 O O tlretalready uracileics e m ale Regulator should be taken by every wcman 1 or girl has the 2 slIghtest suspcIon of any of the all ments which af filet women simplybe theytaktltTho B strengthening tonic which gets at the roots ot the disease and cures the cause It does not drug the aln It eradiCates Itatopafallingof the womb leucorrbea and periodical snffcringrir regular 6Cnt or menstruation aadbydoln all this drlyes away the hundred and one aches and pain which drAin health and beauty happiness and good temper from many a womans life It is the one r medTaboye nil others which ever women ihould know about asi nM 81M per battle Btswr Jrg More Send forourfree- Ulostrated book 1M ffrtfiJI Rnw Ca I t y dettJlyhatlthough It may be in recognition of lilt worth of one whose high regard for IIIhianil iuidjed his tender steps into paths whoMstones will cry out Vhlhit our sex have not unbosomed feeiLiigiWhichthey are none the less sincere and In tenso How faithfully those stood women asliepain How tenderly through tIm silent solemn watches of the night they husbanded the keble flickering offanninltAll praise to them Yours was a coy eted honor dear sisters Thousands yearned for so precious a privilege tileintensepe depicied upon the contenanccd of roie hundreds of women who timholdlifehungthread Could any occasion have been more deeplytouehingthaiiwomen kneeling in on that fatal tel1r1tUllygreat had so generously given And when the day came for the last pad rites of burial what more eloquent tribute conld the women of Kentucky have rendered than braving In multitudes weepiugfurrain utterly regardless of costly apparel or precious health In Soil with these mute testimonials of es ttem language becomes indeed a expresiontKthereway of eulogy that lisa not already been said and written by abler tongues and pen For myself I can say that not since the pure beautiful life of President Garfield was blotted outtue cultured scholar and elegant gentleman has my spirit been so steeped in gloom as at present moment lint far more strong and deep and lastirg Is this sad blow Our president I knew afar off but our governor went In and out among us his was a familiar form Frequently I heard with delight his voice in the delibera tions of tile Senate and thus he was nearer dearer With Senator J Embry Allen whom I proudly number among the brightest pupils it has ever been my pleasure to instruct I can say that I was for Mr Goebel 5flmt last and always and numerous have been occasions when I wat culledupnn to defend my attitude Right gladly did embrace every opportunity to speak a word in aspirmntfomlias ever known For many reasons the women of Kentuckysliould sacredly cherish the memory of Gov Goebel The fact that he was a kind gentle loyal son and brother appeals strongly to the heart of every mother Not only during her arthly life but throughout all the twenty of her abode in the SrirltI1ndhIB devotion faltered to her who But his beneficences were by 119 means confined to his family His was too magnanimous a nature for that RichmoudKytoldexcellent lady of his city who through the misrepresentation of a hostile oppositionmRnydelicatekindness and charity helpless defenseless women in most instances being the beneficiaries of his warm heart returnedIhis memory in reverence because of the fine example of morality and strict sobriety he has set tbefr sons and brothers Exposed as Me constantly was to the temptations of n city he turned a deaf ear to the siren voice of sinful indulgence The allurements of vice possessed no charm for him His strong character towering above the miasma which affects ignoble natures sought enjoyment in the calm pure sunlight ot temperance and we should treasure his lifo as a precious heritage because of the strong object lesson it furnishes to the priceless blessings which tile Good Goddess of Poverty lavishes upon her numerous ou Birng Let tho mothers of poor struggling capable young men pointthemtaka courage Chill penury repressed not his noble courage nor froze the genial current of his soul Hir nature was cast In too heroic a mold to become the slave qi environment was a tonic to his noble spiritstimulating his energies exciting his hope firing his ambition Let us never cease to be grateful that ryforstealth ha never would have woven for himself the clmplct of laurels which now adorn his brow Never could his heart have beaten in sympathy with the great common people had he not been one of thorn Never would he have so fearlessly championed their cause and fur them given himself a sacrifice Moreover let us rejoice that the sturdy vigorous blood of the Teuton coursed through his veins that lie was sprangfromwhich has done so much for freedom for learning for literature for phllo sopby for science for art the nation that has produced a Frederick the Great a Von MoUke a Bismarck In view of such kinship we can easily account for his consummate ability his fertile genius his indomi industryIuspeopleHISu ments so mixed in him that nature might stand np and ray to all the world This was Smart Farewell noble soul It was hard to mansmmiiifor thy untimely end woulrist have climbed higher and higher the ladder qf fame 0 cruel unrelenting fate to cut short sobriIH Rnt a careerl Though they robbed thee of thy tent ment of clay thy spirit they cannot quench It still lives and will continue to wield its mighty influence over the minds and hearts of thy devoted adherents IMDs WASHINGTON CBUTOHKB Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him tw follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually iu back and sides no appetite jjraduajly growing weaker day by day Three ForlnNafeiters mid to my gNl joy surprise improefand a li1o wa1vtnaa I kftflw IWeek saved mt life Mid jobbed of ftuothe i ethOOOewkt fail to try ttew il Ooly gc fapL i tie IIt 1ry kI Drvttw W- 1Ia1to W GWhi fer t dLkr + t THE REASON WHY London Answers A gentleman was riding on one of the coaches In the Trossachs of Scot Innd when thedrivarsaid to him Ive had a coin give me today 200 years old Did you over see a coin 200 years old Oil yes waS the reply have one myself 2000 years old Ah said the driver have ye And he spoke no more during the rest of the Journey When the coach arrived at its destin ation the driver camo up to the gentle man with an Intensely sellsatisfied air and said I told you as we came along that I had a coin 200 years old you said to me as you had one 2000 years old Yes so I have Now you aro B1iar What do you mean by that What do I mean Why itaonly ISO now I A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Barn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni ca Salve the best in the world will kill the pain aulpromptly heal it Cures Old Ulcers Rolls Felon Corns nil skin eruptions Beet Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry E Thomas Druggist 6 FOR SMALLPOX MODE OF TREATMENT WHICH IT IS SAID WILL BOTH PREVENT AND CURE Below is an extract from an exchange that is of general interest at this par ticular time The following prescription for small pox is said to be now generally used in Great Britinn We give what is said about it by a resident of Liverpool I am willing to risk my reputation as a public man if the worst case of smallpox cannot be effectually cured in 3 days simply by cream of tartar This is a sure and neverfailing remedy Out unce of cream of tartar dissolved in a pint of boiling water to be drunk whIm cold at short intervals It can be taken at any time and is a preven tivo as well as a curative It is known to have cured a hundred thousand rases without a failure I myself have restored hundreds by this means It never leaves a mark never causes blindness and always prevents tedious lingering withoutIOno iatns Sterling Run Pa It cures croup bronchitis and all throat and consumptionThomas TO THE BRIGADE COMMANDERS AND THE MEMBERS OF THE STAFF OF THE COMMANDING GENERAL OF THE KbNTUCKY DIVISION The Commanding General begs to call the attention of the members of his staff to the coming reunion at Louis ville to beheld on the 30th and 31st days ot May aud the 1st 2nd and 3rd days of June 1000 As Kentucky is the host of those wIll will attend the reunion it is im poitarit that provision should be made by the officers upon the stall of the Commanding General of Kentucky Di vision for a proper appearance on that occasion The uniform of the staff of the Major Generals of the Kentucky Oivisionjand the four Brigadier Generals will con sist of a gray sack coat with proper in signia of rank on the collar and alto proper insignia of rank upon the sleeve in gold lace gray trousers with gold stripes down the sidesand slouch black hat It is suggpsted also that time staff will wear black leggins Blankets at uniform style can be secured from Hmbeeon Gathright Louisville Ky with the initianls U C V on either side The entire cost of this equip ment will be very light and is request ed that each member of the staff of the Major General as well as the Brigadier Generals shall appear in like uniform By order of Major General Poyntz commanding the KentuckyThvigion BENNETT H YOUNG Adjt Gen and Cbeif of Staff Cleanse the liver purify the blood invigorate the body by using De Witts Little Early rs These famous little pills always act promptly Per ry it A SURE CURE FOR SMALLPOX AND SCAR LET FEVE- RLynchburgNewsI Sulphate of zinc one grain Digitalis Otto grain sugar halt teaspoonful water two tablespoonfuL Take one tablespoonful every hour Will cure gmullpox and sscarlet fever in twelve hourS at any stage In add tion rub cotton oil and annie ointment on breast to prevent eruption on face Te Iire a Ue14 IB line DayJ Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fallutocnre 25c E W Groves sig nature is on each box oct25Cua hell Who Would be Tberet was the title of sermpn delivered recently by Colorad Springs minister It is understood that lie Is etiil hiding from the people whose names figured in lila discourse WW Mkyhew Merton tYis says I consider One Minute Cough Curs a muit wonderful medicine quick and arE It is tIme only harmless remedy that gives immediate results It cures tiU gus colds croup bronchitis grippe Whipping cough pneumonia and throat and lung diseases eary use pre always1ikelThomw Ejllio Faqua auecro herb doctor was rut out of Sinpo eoenty lie vait eji smallpox fwtieat and promised to cute him The patient died and BillIe returned home His neighbor waited on him wad tqld him to leave or e kilted Vf H Sblpmfwi Jiwirdsley 1dfnnp BBc roatti yabe suffered from dvii pfliiii for rwitjrllrfl Tears Doctors addiMii y b itereliet Finally heaeed KoIo1 lYPrsa Cure and o MM t he likes ami Hsaiaehns he tnta and ha fok Hk s rw aim n tetryatd1b 1i II I IMPORTANT QUESTIONS Do yon realize the meshing of the rapidgrowth of cities and till dangers that are gathering about them Have you solved the monopoly prob lemDo you know howfast the movement for public ownership of public utilities as water gas and electric works street railways etc is growing in this day and do yOU understand the reasons for the movement Do you know what cities and towns in the United States now own ani operate their own electric light plants gas plants water works etc and how much they save thereby Do you know to what extent cities and towns are under bondage to State Legislatures Do you know to what extent the people in cities and towns areunder bondage to city councils Do yon know the results of the use of the initiative and refrendum in the United States and In Switzerland- Do you understand those methods and the reasonS of the growing demand for the extension of their use Do you know the best remedies for corruption in elections Do you know Englanda experience In this respect Do you understand proportional repre sentationDo know what is being done with the automatic ballot in some of our citiesDo you want the text of time most progressive laws in the various States con- c rnillg local government homerule charters for cities direct Legislation amendments public ownership laws etc also ideal forms for such laws U ould you like 000 pages of facts and arguments on some of the leading questions of the day thoroly indext so that you can turn nt once to any point you with overcnpitalaizcion of street railways in New Yijrk Broadway Iran chise steal Bay State gas frauds Stan dard oil atrocities cost of electric light before and after public ownership Haverhill gas case sixteen reasons for the economy of public ownership sayings of Federal Governtiierit by putting in ls own telephones profits of street railways gas companies etc etc Do you want a rich mine of facts and arguments relation to monopoly public ownership of public utilities direct Legislation and other vital question of our time Do yon want these facts so arranged classified and analytically indext that you can get up a brilliant speech or effective newspaper article in a half an hour on any phase of the chief municipal questions of the age All these questions are answered and the entire subject of local self government is treated as pever before in the book called The City of Peo pie prepared By a wellknown author ity on time principal subjects of the book Price only 50c should be double this amount Bound in cloth Address Equity Series 1520 Chestnut street Philadelphia Pa There is more behind the resignation of the office of Assistant Secretary of the Interior by Hon Webster Davis than his statement that he did so in order to tell the people of this country by voice and lien the truth about tile crushing of two republics In South Afri ca by Great Britain with the moral if not the actual support of the McKinley administration It is wellknown in Washington that M r Davis has official ly stood in the way of several big schemes connected with public lands and the pension system and that there has been almost constant friction be tween him and Secretary Hitchcock on account of them Members of the ad ministration know that Mr Davis has in his possession several chunks of po litical dynamite That Is why his resig nation was considered at a cabinet meeting His championship of time Boers disagreeable to time administra lion but fear that he nay do worse prevents any attempt to interfere with himrimey tell of a Chicago physician who opening the doorof the consulta tion room asked Who has been wait jug tho longest A tailor who hKd tiled to present his bill rose and said Ul have doctor I delivered your clothes to you three years ago OVERW01 You know all k about The rush the worry the- exhaustion You no about with a great jj ojJIJfeeling You I 1 are a slave to your work Sfeep fails and you are tj on the verge of nervous exhaustion JTaketIIo A ell5a- r3iPtriUafor fifty years it has been lifting up the dis giving rest to the overworked end bringing refreshing sleep to depressedNo approaches it In are L and in cures Ayers is I Hehe leader of them all It was old before ocher sarsaparillas were born I SUI a MM tnffrH I Ayers Pills aid the action A1 of Ayers Sarsapc riHa They cure bilious ness26iibsIlIaTfl id Ay cimadicis for sQeve tIIaa to PI sad ft1d-f ihoviy sUet that mada UN beet puedt5Sss to tile 1101141 riI1aYetlIIIfUI am MW Tt cad am ar wltbowt Bedtetoc jlJIA It To c If 1aL tI1IN EDoIrrX ilm- if bes aa cepiaiiit Wbstwsad desire i tst bl ysa sac psIby retvv wet Ue Icetsey w l e a rsFksi H J I j Gov Beckham pardoned Douglass trays of Krictt county serving ii21 year nentenco for inanslnughtor W a Taylor had also pardoned Hays but his authority was not recognized by the prison officials +CALL AT + + jiSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssss1 Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY PflfPJa HEADQUABTEES FOR SEWING rI3ACHINESSEW1N1GMACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty ES OFFICE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros Janl7ly Remembere That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J1f Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any house iu Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L SGTT ja- nzltfKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or gang It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in curesDyspepsia SickHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand imperfectdigestionPrepared For sale by Perry Thomas tri cG R n FoPiA1riv1 a mlhlnfITrtuudqnkJy Ait t1s3r tcf3uc1ICO Yflueaw- iaIrrnim t1r Ist frt OiUldlJMCi 1 ill tCOver tbrrtI I vr It fs oo rIsDyiLtOpercurPptrclll1sB3RiuxrEcci ID tJI Cct1 tFor sale by Perry Thomas septlSly Our tioods 4I Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial Yllia r1 ta lJP lfJi11n 1 J1J t ah t llu The ladies Cannot berdecei ed by catbhy phrases nor bombastic claims in- we hay to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goi x1s and when you buy yoU know you have the latest uptodate goods i I Is that wbat you watitil Ifso tr cte with l ltO FW J i4II Madison Monumental WorksA 1S ESTABLISHED 1863 ff JIJAMESMonuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite f +FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY 1 ofCemeteryof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on multi a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers VMiu W G GOUCHER one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky Is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactcry work i designswhichCfYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED JK7VTES T H7S7UULTON Proprietor wt ttELDERS BARGAIN STORE t IDfRY GOODS BUYERS THAT ARE POST W as to prices qualities and mill brands on are never misled They know their tJJ V interest neither are they baited by a low price on one special article but they buy where the lowest prices are uniform on every class of Dry 7r Goods Carpets Notions Mattings Linoleums hi 3V oil ciothsrc SwWw I The styles and makes of the goods we carry speak for them t selves so that no word of commendation form us is necessary Jiii MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Jr New and beautiful lines of Nainsook Chemises and Gowns p SpringWandit Every day adds to the goodness and greatness of our assort 5 a mont of Colored Dress Fabrics New Golfing1 Cheviots Homespuns Vdnetians Cloths 1laids and Suitings just received The Finest of Millinery We are showing new Sailors and stylish Walking Hats for Misses and Lnbies We invite you to see our stock Our grand opening willllSt for threedavsThurslay Friday and Saturday April 12th 13th and 14th Everybody invited Hosiery Plums We alwavs offer good bargains in Hosier but these we are sure you can not afford to overlook uptodatelinebeing placed in stock and they are the very latest Dont buv until on have seen our line No fancy prices here t Ladles Tailormade Suits Dont fail to see our stock of Ladies Tailormade Suits Prices 748 to 1448 t A noT GROWING CaliPtl BUSINESS s Amldmouse a r or superior assortment titan we now have This department we have lately enlarged again giving more space for display Wand sale purposes You willmake a mistake If you buy a Carpet anywhere without first inspecting our collection it takes in everything from a plain cottace ingrain to the highest gradrs thlartStJtmOlltWyou may want a rug that cannot show you something that will A= answer Prices always right 1 Reliablo everythingtonch with tbe latcst mldes presented In tbe Fashions Centres of Europe All Patterns at 10 and 15 cents None Higher L1tc CLOTHINGDont fall to Inspect our complete stock ot Childrens and r Mens Snits Prices wiU please you frontSi t PLAINANDr LACE CURTAINS SSc to M W per pair tf Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade E V ELDER 1 This Is The Oliver Plow I t In = IF YOU HAVE USED IT YOU KNOW IT IS + THE BEST IF YOU HAVE i NOT WE WILL PROVE IT IS THE BEST L C We rcstill handling the Brown CultiVator Ha mtb Corn Planter and the Best Harrow 141 ona lnarket Also a full line of Collars Harncs1 Badk Bands ridlesand all kinds Plow Gear and a full line of Hardware and Stoves I i oD mDiDj ItCIJDmf IE MAtN STREET KlCHMONI ly j f L i t r y i n LThe Richmond Climax J O OBENAULT Proprietor A D MILLEfl Business Manager O E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1000 rOULlSHKl EVXKY WEDXB8DAT BY The Climax Printing Co PRICK PER YKAR 150 == FOR frOILBERTacandIdatetOrfrom tbe Eighth District subject to any regular action of the Democratic partya latoilinio of those little things found on Caleb Powers pert on when the latter left Frankfurt so suddenly a pardon TAYMIK was In Vhashington when tho gubernatorial contest suit was brought before the Supreme Court The Winchester Democrat says he was tiled In the Democrats as an exhibit iu the caBo HESUY CrAY was born In the slashes of Hanover county Va April 12 1777 The wiiier has been to the mill many a time that the commoner used to ride a corn sack to when a barefooted boy Stanford Journal JON JAMES B McCBBARY is in vited to a banquet to be given at Fulton by the Congressional Committee of the First District Circuit court engage inents here this week will prevent the Governors attendance to re gret TilE CourierJournals talk is aU bosh about Taylor going to Washington to gbt a Federal appointment in case he is unseated bv the Supreme Court What he wants Is not a place some think but a pardon like he gave Caleb Powers Besides this is a good time for suspects to leave Ftaukfort Hox G G GILBEKT is announced for renomination to Conzress subject to any regular action of the Democratic pattYI10 papers throughout the district approve his candidacy and are of one accord that he should be re nominated and reelected Mr Gilbert hits been an active representative serving his district with great zeal and ability and we trnst he will be given no opposition for the nomination- TIIUIIK is occasionally talk in plrnos of running as Republican iimJidate for olflee some man who has recentlyleft tho Democratic rnnks8ays tpr Democrat This may bw done where the Uepubliraim have little hopos of winning and wish merely to up a man 10 he shot at but when they make a race in earnest and are out for the BpoilslhfV will put up a veteran from their own ranks They are not going lo let any pie bo wasted if they can help it They are not built tim way Oxen anti for all I desire to say that neither directly nor indirectly hall I any connection with the assassination of Senator Goebel Wm S Taylor Upon the truth of these words de pend the hnnnr anti perhaps the life of tho man who would have been the iiiiff beneficiary of Wm Goebels death And yet ho has never made an active effort to cleansa himself from suspicion The font assassination of Gov Goebel cannot t e compensated for by the cnnvirtinn f M r Taylor unless be provnn iruilly of cuiippimry he yond the hnIIIf a donlit In tilt iniiiht of partiKiin iniMiinii the iiniirpinu executive MIM it in liicnielf and to the lofty portion lit aismunes to fill to do as nitmyof his fritll Is have done tell what he knows ami let the blame fall where it helonp HUM can he hope to escape suspicion under lithe circnm feliuet Speak man or thy blood be on thine own hea i SOME of tho antilhinncratic journal are fiiirjiritioil that twonf the Republi can td the Court of Appeals con opmilIIin lite GubvriiHtoriul contented election Miits says t Ins Isiri Democrat And this no loulit inure surprisini as snob pai eis hud in long and exhaustive editorials kindly explained the law to the Courts Judge Taft Was complimented and the utmost confi thence expressed in him as a man and a lawyer hut Judge Taft decided in favor of the Democrats Then Judge Eminett Field was selected because of his emi nent fairness und his knowledge of the law They asserted that Judge Can trill was a partisan Judge from whom a fair division could not he obtained and 8n tlmy selected Judge Field Then Iwi of the Republican Judges of the Court of Appeals divided the same wayand these were render ed against the kindle advice of these antiDemocratic pnpers This in a most cruel blow und indicates that somn people are lilimllv purtisan or densely CFBfomfGJiCoi I I LEXINGTON KY Maybe You Cantt Come Ih Well just telephone or write us and we will serve you Our first great sale ofMATTINGS Wilt be Inaugurated this week Ol course you remember bow delightfully cheap you bought the choicest goods In our sale ol last year WelltWetve 1000- FullRolIs For this sale and are going to sell them by the roll of 40 yards as follow 500 for 40 yards good sub stantial quality 600 for 40 yards suitable for Bed Rooms 700 for 40 yards large assort ment extra goods 800 for 40 yards China and Japanese very beautiful 900 40iyardspatterns closely woven linen chain perfect selvage REMEMBER t 4 By buying TOur ttattlnj U U wnjr you arc pat on a wboltcde t mi Wo ietu the vxcn e of cutting sad can becaun of oar crutly Increased laIn aSorU to hanJIe them on a very antaU marelo C1 F1BrocrCo r MAIN AND BROADWAY leyli- o 4t it- rrs Lo Ignorant Now is the IOT these same journals to kindly inwrnct the Supreme Court as Their advice would no donbt be timely and just as iiiflucnfinl as their advice to Judge TAft to Judge Field and to the Republican Appellate Jud- gesP1RSONAL Mr Amos Willis isquite ill Mr It L Gentry WAS hero Sunday Miss Fannie Watts spent Saturday in Lexington t Mrs March is ill at her homoIn Lancaster avenue visitingIeMrs Waller Rennett is at home from visit to Cincinnati LexingtonIl8tJ M s fleveralvisitingfriendslu Miss Mary Cultou has returned from a visit to FrankfortmMiss Sallie Burnntn was in Cincln nati a few days last weekIMiss Curralenn Smith has returned from a visit to Winchester Mists Wtlmore Khorerand Harrell spent Friday in Lexington Miss Janette Powell has returned to her home in Nicholasville Mr W R Shackelford was in Louis ville several days lust week g wladJudge A R Barnaul ot Frankfort was in town a few days last weekO s MistantMr and Mrs J R of Jackson visited relatiTeshere last week Mrs James Tribble and Miss Mattie Tribble have returned from a visit to LexingtonFMr John H Sbackelford of Montgomery Alabama is at home on a sick leave Miss Carlisle D Walker who is at tending school in New York was at home for easter The Prandennial Club will not meet uniil Fiiday night April 27 with Prof Gordon Paxton Mrs Lena BaldwinShanks of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs TE Baldwin Mr John H Chandler came up on Friday and was cordially welcomed by many warm friends here Miss Belle McDowell has returned from Cincinnati after a pleasant visit to the Misses McMillian Miss Sarah White leaves tomorrow for Bourbon county where she will be guest of Miss Martha Clay Mr Jack Millers condition since our lafet report shows a change for the bet ter but he is in a precarious condition yet Col Fred Grinstend our popnlar manairer of the Adams Express Co spent Sunday with relatives at Frank fort hprhomevisit to Mrs John Ballard at White Station Miss Mollie Fife was welcomed home on Friday from a protracted and pleas countyMissouri twodasou Mr J allies N Neale who is 111 at the Good Samaritan Hospital littledaughterutt vlbited her aunt Mrs T W Cook last week Jessamine Journal hasbeenMr and Mrs Will K Leiuhor has returned to her home at Piqua Ohio teachingat ULetcherMrs Garner who has been for IrsJturned to her homed Kansas City Mo applicationship Kentucky and the secretary of possilieStalIfrd alongtaken sick and Buttered greatlY He is much reduced in flesh but hopes soot to regain his oldtime form ladytributethe heartfelt gratitude of his brothers WltsbingtonCrutcher Mr WmDaugherty came from Richi mond Sunday afternoon and remained a few days joining Mrs Daugherty MrsKnttlAmarillofcX4UlW Watts last week Is now in Dan InKanl4Swho has a fine position there as a stenographer Missing from her seat in the choir on easter was Mrs Mary Pattie Oldham aheartyeareSheabsence was the occasion of much regret Dr Carlos Albert Fish a popular thoChicagolisa beautifully engraved and illuminated invitation to the reception to be MpbGammaDr Fish is a grand officer wifehaveMinnioMontgomery EDouAmbroseJeSamlte temporarilyascupied One of heradmirersnnervous and absentminded lover perceived that this would be the Case and to facil gallaireobjectofmemorandum on the floor where he rel1dthustion loneliness Mention pleasure In rUnclepoe The engagement of Miss Elizabeth FenleyIIplace in the latter part of May Mfcai ofJamespopularity such as only Shelby jrir aultounamelltofherone young man here to carry his trestLE Lyodonandthe young farmers in Jefferson IeOOtH peraORli1Itltix lonely in liheIbySheby tetwrd BIRTHS ndJeonJenlflls ntheIOilj8 ThelittleMrbowlifeseas Adlove kyieebya fMep 4 WOdaeJJiItt LriT i w I IIG1fld1heithunde Istheunivera1sonfThecured 1t1InothrngIseccanURELIGIOUS The services at the Christian church were very interesting the sermon and t laooral decorations were missingtrRev H G Turner filled his pulpit at nighthisable discourserrhle music was in har ony with the sermon and the services were greatly enjoyed Rev Edtrar Carpenter who recently Episcopalhurchof a larger one In Virginia will be sue c V siirginiais a married man and will move his family hereWinchester Democrat Rev fir John Lapsley McKee and weddinponife was Miss Sara Henry Spenk and is family consists of Mrs Welsh of Missouri Miss Lelda McKeePresident f the Western Female College Oxford LapsleyMcKeewas a Louisville pastor tor years Rev Edgar Carpenter Rector of Im nanuel Episcopal church here and at eJfectMaypastoral charge of a church of about our hundred members at Portsmouth Va a Clt of about twenty thousand or more inhabitants Dnriiighis pastorateS popularwith members of all denominations He Is an agreeble cultured scholarly t liionWinchesterAn elaborate easter service was held at the Epis opal church on Sunday morning Bishop Burtonof this Diocese conducting the services assisted by the Rector Rev Edgar Carpenter The loral decorations were most elaborate MThecourse The church could not contain awayTheregalia and made an impressive scene as they entered the church in the form ofacrossaThe Presbyterian church was crowded to the doors Sunday evening when the Easter Song Service was held harryBcontralto Mrs J V Logan and Mrs L L Bright altos Mr L L Bright and Dr Win Foster Jr Tenors Mr I V Logan and Prof S J Sanderson bassos Mrs J T McClintock violinist MrsJ T Akent orgainlst The muNicnl program was brilliantly execu pmtonsThe Baptist church was crowded Sunday morning and Rev Kyalls dls coursed eloquently upon The Alabas ter Box The choir was unusually excellent In a duett with Mr Flora Mis Katie Smith sang swetly stir prising all by the sustained power and beauty of her voice As usual Mr Flora capitavated his audience the pastor detly paying a compliment to him while bemoaning his own con fessed lack of vocal talent Mrs Harvey Chenault presided at the organ and the other members of the choir wereMrs It C H Covington Misses Coyle and Traynor and Messrs Tray nor and handler Mr Rvalls sermon casketot his mind anti heart ard lif- eMARRIED WEIIWEILL Mr Jonas Veil the wellknown young stock trader of Lex Tuestlaytoand Mrs Julius Weill of Circleville ovetKentuckyhis marriage Bourbon rew- sDEAThS POTTER William Jones Potter three year old son of Rev and Mrs Potter I countybutt the latter place Monday WooDsMrs Kate Hemphill Woods Woodsdiedleaves a son William aged 7 years Mrs Woods was a Miss and leadetinsainine county Her husband was educated at Central University and had many friends here WALTON David Walton a promi nent citizen of Bozcman Mont while visiting relatives near Panola this county died on Sunday after a bnef illness of pneumonia Tne remains were shipped yesterday to Montana for burial was about 00 years of age and had been twice married He was born in Estill county and en tered the Union Army serving in the KentuckvVolunteers this city AoEmoNOn the morning of April FannreHSarah G Anderson formerly of Madison county Ky Her mother who Greendiedi husband three daughters and a son little thinking her youngest daughter would follow her so soon making the wifeMrfnendsinMrs Walters and Mrs McClintock of this city and also a niece of Mrs Wm Anderson and A R Green and Mrs H thedCCfasedof her aunts said it was beautiful to witness She calledall of her friends and relations to her bedside and bade nicetiermeet her but try to bring others lo Christ She said she had praved if it was her Fathers will might be spared a while longer for the flakIOf her sister Annie but if not that she ThelatterlJOrtionfor jilter bidding her friend good bye and tehiiiK them to meet heron the other shore she asked all to sinROue verse of Over There and when they rang ehe repeated the words aud passed quietly away I will add these words Blessed are they who die trusting in the Lord and Precious In the of the Lord is the death of his saints f PANOLA There have been several cam of niwwled In this neighborhood IB the death of Thornae W Elliott IOtltAwellIItW D fy wloB and Cowpay bv opeftd op anew store here K etea to this firm We now have ve torse Ih lrPaftok tnereIqin Estihi eounty and burW beAide HelJadrpedtlMsome tOt1 aeeount of ted heeltII I y8 m Gonte- byJPM aI 4M YiH aka Mw pmnl Mtt JU Ho Mri VttariMfr Htebte A New Way to Beautify Your Hones ofNothingpleteness and attractiveness any apartment In the home as pretty a ofgsmethods of decorating and O courclass of fresco work done by the Louis diaveso lo letwhich is tinted in pretty colorings and the decoration is in hand relief work the design of the Corinthian wreath in raised or embossed effect with vines running out from it The ceiling is- miharin design on delicate salmon ink ground blended out to a light neutral green The picture rail and w w glosshiteground of the wall coloring- A beautiful treatment of a sleeping room which was completed last week at ea firnplating this class of work The coiling was done in a plain tint with a row of beads formed by plaster relief workinto- panela with the bowknots on each corner and the walls In darker shades of same color with a rich festoon of roses in the friezesdone The at the residence of Mrs E V Gibson was execnted by this same firm and has given entire satisfaction- A very rich dark red has been hung n the sitting room of Mrs Thoe J mith Sr and the ceiling instead of the usual match ceiling has been covered with a plain coloring to har monize with the wall and has some simple lines in Rococo style in hand re e trepresentshistew days longer and will exhibit specimens of his work and upon receipt of a postal card will call upon those interested in this work Madisons Memorabla Part in the Stormy Campaign From Beginning lo End The connection that Madison county hail with the memorable Gubernatorial campaign not yet ended is exceeding remarkable Beginning with tho announcement of Mr John B Che nault for the Democratic nomination for State Auditor and Capt S H Stone for the Republican nomination presenthourRichmond floured conspicuously in the exciting vents that have since given Kentucky an unsavory reputation the world around Richmond also furnished the chairman of the bolting Democratic con YoungBrownof tho storm centers of the greatest political struggle that ever agitated any Suite in the Union Here it was that Mr Goebel after his nomination stopped on his way to the first advisory meeting of his friends held at Estill Springs speecheshedemonstrative reception given either of campaignHere Sab bath alter his sensational exposure of John Whallons scheme to a political bomb in Goobels legislative ranks Hero Wharton Golden halted on his way to Barbourville after confessing to to a knowledge of the conspiracy to assassinate Mr Goebel And here Wm Culton who is pos seated of more or less knowledge of the conspiracy to kill Mr Goebel was al most nominated for Railroad Commis stoner of this District His father resides here and is an honored citizen After entertaining hosemore or less noted guests and not content with that distinction this city furnished the ne gro Hockersmilh whose whereabonnts is a mystery but whose name is still connected with the assassination of Senator Goebel Governor Beckham was educated at Central University this city and Hon James B McCreary of this place has been one of the wisest counsellors and strongest bulwarks of the Deinocracv in the perilons times through which passingThis and this district cast the die that nominated Vm Goebel for Governor and in this county and dis trict are some of the most vali ant supporters and defenders of the partys nominees No individual in the District has been more serviceable to the party in its leaderless hut lawful fight our distinguished let lowtownsman Hon James 13 Me Crtiarv No newspaper in or out of the District has equalled in all respects the services rendered the party by the Stanford InteriorJournal which un furled the black flag of No Quarter smpathlzersanddrove tive darts ever hurled at a political foe sampleA thumb paper at Pine puisnedillJribean had thecour age professes to think we have slan usurper at Frankfort heJsresponHiblebel and denounced him for his other crimes against the constitution law and order Many ajman has been hung on less conclusive circumstantial evidence titan that which connects Taylor with beneIficiaryotfrom the building in which be was and be prevented the officers of the law from searching for bis dupe and tool by throwing a cordon of bayonets around the building in a few minutes after the shots which were evidently the prearranged signal for the to appear These are indisputable facts and If a recital of them be treason and painful to their feelings let the jacka of Pineville and the creature he defends make the most of it Thirteenth InterCollegiate Oratorical Contest ShelbyvihleICy Introducedthe Nineteenth Century His oration was a retrospective view of the of this century andthe great eventsI nected with them and their upon the history of this country HIM elibrt was clothed with choice diction Mr Vanmeterpoesesesan unusually graceful appearance and easy platform pleasingdelieryHerald The contestants were as follows Ben S Vim Meter of Shelbyville representing Central of Richmond subject Pictures of Nine teeath Century Leonid Reagan of Monticello representlBg SttoG1I1egeBllbi ct At the Open reptmlnjct The Light of Love or an Even and Morning Matthew A Hart of Me Sterling representing Kentucky Uui ver city ab ject Illuminated Life J8f11eMubjeetTbe Reign of Ti OharJAbout it haa ir 4 Jtdenflll and laotQoIjamiQStMUIversltyCyras C Adams of CynthUna The Os1oe WM and Usc ax beN1 rptiI te Cal f =ele Ills speech was n perfect casket gems his gesticulation the perfec of the trained elocutionist suit it waj practically a unanimous decision that gave him the medal though one the judges looked with favor upon r Van Meter for the honor owingto his superior delivery distancing all his- mpetitors in that particular Air Meter hind first place the most try ing and difficult all to fill but lie dnt make a bobble having memor ed his oration so perfectly that he ft his manuscript In Richmond hile the other speakers weie fortified against possible slips of mind by having prompters at hand tosteer them over the shallows of a treachurous memory It is with satisfaction that we note the adoption of a new rule where by hereafter college boys will not have to compete with Iawyerdnndp- reachers as Is the rule adopted by four of the five colleges of the league Kentucky Uni versity alone opposing it No who is or line been a practicing minister that is filling or has lled regular appointments no person ho has been or is practicing law is eligible to speak in tho oratorical con test The CLIMAX ties repeatedly urged such a restriction and last year the Clover Leaf took us severely to task for ying that Kentucky University had uch a pronounced advantage choosing her representatives frequently from 150 B many of whom are ex perienced speakers that her victories are growing monotonous Nearly 60 per cent of her victories have been won by preachers old fellows 25 rears ufagewho had no connection with the academic department where representatives should properly crane from Central University we are sure will meet K U at any time any condition for we have three depart ments Theology Dentistry and Medicine from which to select but these are not college boys in the sense con templated by tho promoters of the In terColIegiato Oratorical Contest THE BASE hALL GAME State College also won the base ball byCBatteriesC U Dickerson Logan McContco KS C Kelley Camp bell Bases on balls By Kelloy 3 by bahlb3DickersonbyDickerson 5j left on basesC U2 errorsC U4 K S C 3 BALDWIN Rev O J Young has returned from Illinois Rev J W Prather preached at this place Sunday Mrs Sarah Yonng and daughter have been visiting es at Winston Rev a c Stocker bought ofJTPerkins his farm containing 120 acres Price 25 per acre A small hail and rain storm visited this place Tuesday April 10 and also a large rain storm Wednesday Mrs Hattie Baxter line returned from to her grandmother Mrs Sam Baldwin at Brookslown who is very ill llUmedladmerchant for sometime until about a month ago when he moved He and his family barely escaped It is stated that tqe Boers test every rifle bought but the British buyers for the army only 1 per cent To South African oxen the tulip plant which the beast greedily devour is a rank poissu- Philadelphia has fortyone wards and two branches of the city council Chi cago has thirtyfive 5100 nEW AnD 100 The readers cf this paper will be pleased to lern thit there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires n con stitutional treatment Halts Catarrh directJyuponof the system thereby destroying the ivlngtilethe coustitutionand assisting nature proprietorshaveers that they otTer S100 for any case that it fails tp cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEv CO Toledo O centsHalls4aprlm oJ Mine HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR- DRESSMAINGm as Accordeon and- asKnife Plaiting KYaprltU pERFECT TEETH guaranteed for fifteen years and which will perform all the functions of the natural masticators are the only kirift made by DR HOBSON Superior material fit an 3 workmanship are features qf Our ARTIFICIAL TEETH Thet appear11uthat nature SMCUl CASI fltoES Extrscthi Te4h 25 75Goldl11IgA Pood Ss iMlthMQ 0 7jiiSoJ4mttr3ritewerk perT oHIM 5 f ASK OU rATnNTs rst 1vimfltBl4tgIn WJJigbtfi h f d II A GOOD WORD has been said about the quality of our LAUNDRY WORK bytbosc who know whats what Nothing short of perfectfoti is the rulcf here and we aim Jor that alwayp If we dont quite reach itLat any tirao it is simply the exception to the rule proveJbowCOLLARS AND CUFFS look when well laundered RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY MIXED PAINTS =purposef1Interior the different colors and shades of colors msde by the same formulas with the necessary improvements as moro than 30 years actual practical experience has suggested We guarantee there are none on the market superior at any price We know there arc other good paiuts on the market and then we known that there are some third and fourth grade mixed paints with flashy Red White and Blue labels that are offered as firstclass goods Now in order to protect yourself against im position scrutinize tho label well and the ganrantee ifthera be any then ask the dealer to show you the manufac turers catalogue to show whether it be a first second third fourth or lowefgrade It seems to bo a custom of manufac turers of Cheap Paints to label the packages with a highly colored and attractive label Some roOst as low as 40 cents per gallon and sold at retail from 100 to S125 per gallon A good Mixed Paint can not bo produced at less than 125 per gallon- Respectfully Submitted GEOM WILLGING Wallpapers Window Shades Pic tore Frameai Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glassc Stock tho largest inspeetion20J H1IJ STREE- TRIOHMOND KY FOR EASTER YOU WANT u Neat Nobby Nice Dress Goods AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CON YINOE YOU THAT WE HAVE THEM ANI THAT OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SILK GINGIIAMS AT 390 WE few patterns of Japanese Wash Silks at 49c their real value is COc Dont forget our Percales and Ginghams we have them in the proper styles and shades at PRICES to suit you Linen Skirts at 39c Scotch Lawns at 5c Our Lassa Quilts at 59c 75c and on up to 135 will speak for themselves when you seethem Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts 99c Ladies Silkatine Skirts all colors 49 and 79c Ladies Silkatine Skirts deep flounce corded ruWe all colors 99c Infants Gaps at 9c Infants Embroidered Silk Caps at 25c Ladies Blacked Ribbed Hose special grade 2 pair for 25c Dad es Lace Stripped Hose 25c Childrens Hose in fast colors at lOc Ladies Jet Belts at the very low price of 25c Dont overlook our line of Covert and White P K Skirts We feel sure that our stock will please you and you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread still goes at 4c OUR BARGAINj SHOE SALE999990 IS STILL GOING ON Come early or you will be too late to secure a bargain for the stock will soon be gone at the prices we have marked them OWEN M KEEI++ 4ff Opportunity ol a lire Time 25000 in cash will be given away 16000 for first prize 55000 for second prize 1000 for prize and so on 1000 prizes in all making a grand total of 25000 If you are interested SunnyEonthRequests for copies should be filed immediately as they will filled in the order in which they are received TIlE SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Ga OUfNSWAHf AT COST s +++ +H+ Having decided to quit the Queensware Business we offer our entire stock at Cost forc Spot Cash TVcnshto utilize tho space now occupied by Queens ware for another line of merchandise Come and examine our stock and get prices Now is your time to refit your China Closets at a LOW PRICE Our stock of GROCERIES will be kept up to the standard and we solicit your patronage guaranteeing at all times to give you good goods at reasonable prices Goods exchanged for Country Produce Hggd Ellis A Sgroclise Chilled PLOWS tIJ ContinentaiDise Harrows ii Hamilton Corn Blantors riiMalta Corn Cultivators A Departure Corn Cultivators McColm Soil Pulverizer MaltaDouble Shovel PIOWsr Ychanpion Binders andlMpTters 4 Horse Collars Pads Traces Back a11 + hands Bridles Hames Plow 4 lines Wood and Steel Doubleg Trees Hoes Mattocks ild ers Supplies i The above we respectiullj submit at your careful JcoTisi deration dwhen in hen at J3P i Living Prices 1f dtVJi THE BOYS A CHAK6 eo6 tOOUGLAS SIMMONSI HAMW1RE STOT1S THWASE I S mcjilly f= I I i n PITT BURG EThAL TaK7ARL EAST LIBERTY J PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIEZrH3giosAVES SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr it N- 1IIII IIIII y IIIUEI ItnnTriTLR wI V2 1 1 Having decided to quit I elegantI m w j COSTIJ t IHFine undertaking a Spe fij LcjaIty t Respt 1i l NEVILLE MOBERLH 220222 W Main Stveet Nl9HTfHQ i HICHMOMD IT i I r 0d- r II 1iij J IIJ 1 0 C r TO THE lARMER WI Buy your Clover Timothy Bluegrass Orchard Grass Red Top Seed Oats SeedIHeadquarters for Salt Lime and Cement The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APRIL IS 1000 DEAK MADAM Now is the time to plant flower seed bulbs and plants and we have laid in the largest variety in the county and are of them rapidly 1disposing to show goods or A students lamp beats gas or electricity and is not nearly so expensive- A beautiful parlor lamp is an ornament oncQ possessed is never abandoned We have dozens to selectfrom Single pieces of fine china or whole sets of dishes city styles at city prices Cut glass and fine china Novelties BracaBrac c Lump Globes Chimneys etc Tumblers Cups Glasses Mugs etc- Everything firstclass at lowest prices MCCANN DEATHEUAGE Suits from 10 up to measure at Sloisllcrs mar4tf 8ee Higgins Lnxous Milwaukee Binder and Mower It will please you- 2Stnar4w Call and leave your measure at Stouffers the tailor mar4 tf- Try mile Gem Jellico Semi- CIIU101 Coal at Joplins Telephone t1 apr44v Fancy shirts in new styles at StonE fellI marl4tf Cull on higgins Luxon for low prices on busies and road wagons 28nar4w Our motto is strictly cash Best Srweries at lowest prices tf li A lUxTEK Mgr Willging makes Window Shades in all styles sizes and prices JOc up Mark the cheep when you shear them The Kentucky Label is the best For samples address F II JACKSON Co aprlS 2w Winchester Ky If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut lo g or trees and wish to sell them for cash write or call on ROY SOPEK Co noviOCm Xioholnsville Ky flout buy a eut utrtil you pee Stoiiflars mar4tf Mv guarantee 18 that every l1iliH- Ith08 shall ifive perfect satiKfaction htr loavins the hnp I do not chnrsre for clothes that ilo not lIt CIIAHJACORf- fel21lf The Tailor sGe StoulIor fir men and hay clothing marl4tf Snmohii t niw in Mens fMnlhinp lit I IR Jmiilis Io has iho flnest lIIoIut1IHt of bjilt pjog over brought tn Uiclnnonil IIi pricey am the lowest 1111IOtlt tlu lost flil and i ClltilItn fel21lf 10 to Hipaiit A Inxon for vel iclr5 umi farm WH OIIP 28mar4w Great oppoi unity ifT rpil to pood r liab1e men Snltiry of 15 per week und expcns s for man with rig to intro duce our Poultry Mixture and Insect IJiHtroyer in the eon u try Sendstninn American Mfg Co Terre haute IiitL- 2sfebly Thp now cutter cnn fit oti at Stouffelu inar4tf Agents on salary of 15 per wrek and exp nscB the gcnnte agent seller evr prodnied very stock and poultry buys it on sight hustlers want Ied IQfrencH Adlross with stamp Mfg Ci Terre Hnnto Ind I fuWy Base ball Friday K U vsO U yesterdayHave suits made by Stouffer and I save 10 inar4tf C U vs K U base ball hero Friday afternoon Uo Mrs 3eo Richardson injured her hip severely bv a fall near the postoffice J S Collins tins rented Mrs Wm M Irvines farm on the Lan ster pike A new and latest improved National Cash Register for sale Apply at this oillco 18aprtfI tolselldone over and never usedIThe best ear KyForsmplesaddress Co aprlS 2w See tho new style hats atStouffers We will begin taking cows to graze on farm adjoining Dr A Wilkes Smith from April 20 to May 1 nprl8tf G J WHITE SON Before turning out on grass mark- youstock with the Kentucky Label JACKSON Co makers npr82w Winchester Ky The Enterprise Grocery wilL sell vtiti more goods for 100 titan any house in Richmond R A BAXTER Mgr tf Kentucky and other Poems now ready at Perry Thomas Sent repaid on receipt of price 23 cents to any address PERRY THOMAS 4apr4w Richmond Ky You ran buy at the Eenterpriso Grocery on Second street more gro ceries for cash than any grocery house m Richmond H A BAXTER Mgr tf For Rent Early grazing or pastuarge clover or clover and timothy Apply to MUS LlVIA UKEdOKY- tapr44v Estill SKy New and True Dentists who extract tenth because they ache should go to school and learn how they should ho treated Dr Hob son next door to Government Build lug Richmond Ky jnlOtf Stouffer the tailor makes suits to fit marl4tf Picture Frames we make in allstyles and sizes from our large and welt selectedstock of new Mouldings Price Tells Geo M Willging x Rev C F Evans D D of Ver sailles one of t lie ablest and most elo quent orators of the South will lecture at the Court H use Tursday evening April 24 on Tact Admission 25 cents The lecture will he under the auspices of Central University Press and public are unanimous in praise oi The Girl from Chili which will appear at the opera house Friday night They say it is the haughtiest vet and that no other farce contains so many laughs or so many mirth pro okil1l situations The Girl from Chili becomes the subject of Robert Lighthearts lies and her in all kinds misunderstandings but at last falls a victim to her charms and all ends hap pily For Sale A new Peering Binder lust used one season Will sell cheap Also pure Toulouse goose eggs at 1 50 for 12 W G POWELL 18ipr0w Red House Ky Carriage For Sale at a Bargain tlnnblescated carriage just done over and good asnexv is fQr sale Apply to Mrs J Speed Smith or Miss Mariawilhe Smith at PostofDce Raised Our Assessment The State Board of Equalization raied the assessment of county OIIH per cfnt on lands anti personal property aud threo per cont on town lots For Sale on Easy Terms Pianos or organs for sale on easy payments Will also take hoard as part payment For further information ap jily to Lanes jewelry tttore a HG KENT Old dry lead is unfit for painting and cheap at no price Willgings WHITE LEAD is pure and fresh Every keg has a guarantee and the day monthand year stampedon bottom when Lead is kegged Pure fresh Linseed Oil Price Tight i We Arer Now Ready With the largest and most cpmpkte line ofh i I SHOES HATS I AND MENS i FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things and at PRICES that will please you to a buy We invite you to call andexamine OUt 4 Spring Stock I and get Out prices before buying and be con vinced that for the same quality of goods lye are i the house in Rjchmodjsjis 1RICE ARNOLD m 1dvJWaKlt Inonoy nod got a salt from Buffer marl4tf 4v Free Ftghl Near KbkwHte KlrksviJIelasfSaturdav lilalegwere more or less bruisedfind battered WWMH Zcsldenci for tent Having concluded to move I direto sub rent from June 1st to January Isf 1001 the old Pickels Residence on Third street For further information apply to HENBY L PEBKV aprlltf Miscreants Break up Farming Implements Farmers in the Otter Creek locality are complaining of having their plows and Qther farming implements broken up by some unknown scoundrels A dose of Colts 45 would be tho proper medicine WiIIgings WHiTE is the whitest made lasts twice as long as the best of TryitMeasles Covineton Jett sou of Shelby Jett who has been attending A 4 M college at Lexington returned home Sunday April 8 with measles Mr Jett Is ex boysliabletion Prof Hagerman Buys Properly Prof B C Hapermanof Hamilton College Tuesday bought the property at 65 South Upoer street belonging to Mr T B Wood Prof Hagerman also bought two stores on North Limestone street troin Mrs Nellie Price for J885 Lexington Herald April 4 A FAIR OFFER I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys catalogue that you may havo thereby saving you expense ordering Respectfully janSlyr D P ARMER Said to Be Irresponsible Chas Williams who is in jail at Rich mond on the charge of stealing a horse and wagon was a member of the firm feather renovators who worked here for awhile says the Winchester Democrat His family say that he is irres ponsible having been in the asylum several times Public Training Stable J J Einbry and D S Wilcox hav lug joined in partnership for the pur pose of handling horses have opened a public stable at the fair grounds Any one having colts to break or horses to be handled for speed will do well to see llapram EMBKY WILCOX Run Over by a Loaded Wagon whileliattlingwagon fell and the heavily loaded vayon passed over him the wheels crushing his head Strange to state his physicians bblieve ho will recover He was unconscious for two days after the accident Insurance Paid The residence and contents of Mrs Richard Clark near Cottonburg that was destroyed by fire April 9 was in sured in the Blue Grass Insurance Co and she has boon paid in full her CompanyslocalSee his ad on our first page Lowry Formerly Lived in Clark Dofek l wry who is in the Richmond jail on a charge of having criminally assaulted tiie wife of his employer Haraan Million formerly lived in Clark where heinarried a Miss Hughes He is very anxious to have his case trans ferred to that county on a change of veuue says the Winchester Democrat Piano Recital Miss Lizzie Feeny assisted by Miss Edna Schlegcl and Miss Mar Slough of Lexington will give a piano recital eveniugAprilMrs G W Pickels a d besides being one of the prettiest girls here IB one of the best pianists and vocalists in Rich mond Capt Frazee Good Morning Richmond will have a company of State militia mustered in today by Lt Col Jonett Henry The signatures of 119 men were obtained to a roll started by Dr L J Frazee the day after Sena tor Goebel was shot and their services were tendered the Democratic execu tive As 80 men are wanted the selaeIyoung men A Member of Col Chenaults Regiment Mr J R Price of Lexington who was Sargeant Major of Chenaults regi vistingRichmondfor business and for pleasure His pleasure is in meeting and other friends that he tins not seen for thirty years His businesj for the American whose plan lisa been approved by financiers all over the state on account of its ran id cancellation of coupons and which hiss built up sin immense business Mr Price is making his headquarters with Dr Poyntz Paper at Irvine The Eatill County News edited bv E It Harris is on our desk It is full of ads which is one good sign and full of news which is another It is non partisan which means nothing in par ticular but a good deal in general An the editor is from Indiana we venture we Could bore Into him with a gimlet and strike Republicanism but be verY wisely and truly says We Ky have capitaltous happy and prosperous than wo have of a weekly injection into our veins of a political enthusiasm that we already possess to abundantly Knew Wharton Golden Mr A S Woolstein formerly merchant of this city has a store at Bar boursvJlle Knox County Ky the home of Caleb Powers the Republicau claimant for Secretary of State and of Wharton Golden who turned states evidence I had Golden in my employlastyear said Mr Woolstein to the Paris Demo cratand I believe he is an honest man I would believe statement he would make under oath The Goldens countyTheirand County Clerk Ben B Golden Whartonsbrother is the law partner of exCongressman John Henry Wil son Animal Shaw John H Sparks Now Railroad Shows and Trained Animal Exposition SaturdayAprilmission only 10 and 25 cents This show is known the world over as the largest grandest and best 25 cent show on the with alt new original and uptodatefeatures The finest performing lions Wolves and ele phants on earth are to be seen with Sparks big one ring shows together with a troupe of highly educated horses mutes goats and mon ymuaSticKee Borneo the largest lion in captivi ty and Mary the smallest baby ele phant over on exhibition See our grand free balloon aeeriion with a rchtiteJump This Is given free tc all fro ttthaw grpamiRt 1 and 7 p mrn or hiM Dant Biw it Italpnefc worth going many miles to see ind it oMtavoa nothing Mr Sparks etfete hrnlsoe bedroom suite to anY e mtle that will take a trip in his WK bridal baloon MMl JIM uMtrried Now j your baee Soc D4 el wedding st4 a htikboaM yiBMiUiiandDO dangwo stiy accident Mall r hwa bradmte of Mrr nia thIs bi twUeoAa sod pot Cftmwc ecfdent Now ii adaios IdS fir jotDI f it SStUV4ay Aprit ifJiII0 i i i i d RJN OODU1S i i lNALL THE NEW THINGS N MENS WEAR 1 Come and see what we are showiaff in Eight Ten It Twelve fif y Fifteen aiidEighteen Dollar Lines of M+ ns New STYL13H SUITS i T No one will give you the value that you will find in Ilthese goods for the PRICEqC ing Goods Hats and Shoes And also have some GREAT BARGAINS inHeavy Winter Overcoats Suits and all heavy goods that we want to close out tJ and will save you money on every article These r it same goods will cost you more money next fall Covincjton Mitchell c WaIl Papers good ones 4c Gilt 6c Dark Rich Reds Blues and Green at 9c lower than large city prices More than 10000 rollsGeo M Willging Kentuckys Fruit Prospect H F Hillenmeyer the reliable nur seryman of Lexington says that the fall and winter have been very favorable to the fruit interests in ICentuekyi and he looks for abundant pIe pears plums and cherries Peaches have been injured and strawberries and raspb rrleitjnay not be up to the average but blackberrieswill be very plentiful Grape vines weie never inIand can be relied to yield in fullest measure The Merchants Won The suits recently filed by George lawn merchants against the city of Georgetown for the recovery of a spec ial license tax paid by them in 95 and 98 came up in the Quarterly Court Mfdnesday before Judge Yates There were thirty cases but only one was tried that of John S Gaines k Co it beingdetermined to made that a test case The case was decided in favor of citythendated in order thai an appeal might be taken to the Circuit Court bat his motion was overruled by the court Judg ments by default were rendered in all the other cases Georgetown Times Special Venire In the Lowry Case A special venire of fifty men was or dered to be summoned by the Sheriff for the trial of Doc Lowry charged withcriminal assault of Mrs Hainan Million The case of Doc Lowry who assaulted Mrs Haman Million this county some time ago was called yesterday morning in the presence of a tremen dous crowd of many relatives of the lady being in attendance An order by Judge Scott to the sheriff to arrest every intoxicated person and any carry Ing a deadly weapon minimized the possibility of trouble The prisoner entered under guard and was seated about ten feet from Mrs Million who with her husband and two little sons was seated among tier relatives and wit nesses She is a very handsome bru nette about thirtytwo years of age Judge Breck of counsel for the defend ant asked fur a continuance because he said his client had been under ar rest and had been denied private con ference with friends b VJng no opportunity to prepare his defence Judge Scott ordered the accuseds counsel to an affidavit and if it was sufficiently strong the case might be daysJudge tho motion for a continuance and the trial was be gun by empaneling the jury The trial will continue today At Elders Millinery Opening Editor Climax Please give space to this voluntary tribute to the excellence of Mr E V Elders grand millinery opening last week under the direction of that up todate and stylish trimmer Miss Min nie Siebert of Louisville Words are not sufficiently strong tddescribo the beautiful of ladys headgear Ono especially beautiful hat that attracted universal attention was a violet hat which was a mass of violets An other was a bolero turban made of pas tel blue braid and insertion with a large straw bow at the side and old rose silk roses Another one of the latest shades to be used is the sage green of which new color one of the most striking hats was made with a crown of shaded roses and maiden hair fern Lavender is very much used this season and among the many pretty designs one was noted especially The brim was made of tucked lavender silk with a crown of violets Another handsomely made hat and exceedingly attractive was a turquoise blue for misses A hundred other aright creations adorned tho charming apartment which was thronged with ladies inspecting the bright array of headgear not surpassed in central Kentucky This would be incomplete without reference to Miss Sieberts accomplished assistants viz Mrs Ella Farley who cannot be surpassed for her agree able accommodating manner Miss Mildred Gormerly a most attractive everysurocestlonpartment Miss Powers a gifted trim mer and polite saleslady Over all sides the genius gf the accomplished Miss Siebert whose work hero this sea son stamps bAr one of tho most con sciencious and stylish milliners ever in Richmond S The Seller Part Of valor is discretion and the bettor part of the treatment of disease is pre venUon Disease originates in impur ities of the blood Hoods Saraaparilla purifies the blood People who take it healthythemedicine expels impurities sod makes the blood rich and healthgiving All liver ills are cured by Hoods Pills 25 cents Gen Wheeler has brought home a collection of Philippine curios valued at a considerable sum April Stowers Wash away h flhh sad wst aceam alated daring winter In like mana Hoods Swaap rill expels from theiblood impurities tbct have beea d pqflttd dwri the ssusoa wh Rtbere bw NeAlMtt Uttk prMpir atioa andrh p constant eonee went in iatpore and vI tinted It ii a boon to tared Mother boawkeeper teachers and otiMn who spndthtime SndoorB It rfVfJ the btfjod richnaM sod vital ityt fiUlH it to iMMiriclupnd strengthen the netY ii muefa and frre iuorDK u tbt is a cub toraU dissa tq- w poft Impoverished bloM Yon shoUh begin lUprlni I f j 0 I- J Headache constipation Hoods PillsThe iwnlrritatlnc cathartic Price 25 cents or all nrn glsts or by man oi C I Hood Co Lowell Mass goodivoryZanzibar A Practicing Physician DrCaldllaprlm Ix ndon spends 140 a year on the education of each child in the public schools We Dont Want Jloney Bad We want it good and we will give you value received as In every bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepslnno matter be it lOc SOc or 100 as we guarantee it fur constipation indigestion sick headache and stomach trouble Sold by all druggists llaprlm The first Indian regiment to don khaki became known as the dustmen Remarkable Care of Rucnmatism KEEN Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her bed for over a month anti rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs being swollen 10 double their normal size Mr S Maddox insisted on my using Chamberlains Pain Balm 1 purchas ed a CO cent bottle and used it accord ing to directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she has not had a iiimilar attack lnceA B Parsons For sale by Perry Thomas Japrlm There is talk in Jackson Miss of turning the old Statehouse into a hotel In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine Such persons make opportunltyplTersmeans of saving other lives For sale by Perry Thomas 4nprlm ExCongressman Tom L Johnson will soon return to Cleveland to live cuter wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if yon apply Bal lards Snow Liniment Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 4aprlm putInThe profit of a gold mine depends not on the amount of rock crushed un der the stamps but upon the amount of gold which can be extracted from the rock In a similar way the value of time feed which is eaten does not de pend on the quantity which istakqn in to tho stomach but upon the amount of nourishment extracted from it by digestionWhenfail to extract the nourishment in sufficient quantities to supply the needs of the several organs of the body and these organs cannot work without nourifiliment The result is heart trou hie liver trouble and many other ailments Dr Pierces Golden Medi cal Discovery acting on every organ oi the digestive and nutritive system re stores it to health and vigor It cures diseases remote from the stomach through the stomach in which they originated Golden Medical Discovery contains neither alchol nor narcotics Pretty women without modesty are like roses without fregrance PeRt Be Fanny It does not pay If you have a good thing tell it right out Dont use false means to attract attention We say rights out and wo mean it too that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will cure every case of stombh trouble It will stop any pain caused by indigestion i it knocks out sick headache by attacking rndaidsyoutoeat Osgood Mo Oct 28 1899 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello litGentlemen I have used Syrup Pepsin for some time and find it gives most excellent results and it is one of the greatest selling preparations I have ever arried in stock I do not hesitate recommend it Very Respt Dr TJones Sold by all druggists llaprlm Lord Carzon states officially that nearly 5000000 persons in India are iu receipt of regular aid There is no little enemy Little imparities in the blood are sources of great anti should be expelled by nOOdsSarSaP5rilla I Tile best thing about a womans f drcBt is thswoman that s In it iMjtny people suffer untold tortures because of the popular kn that they cannot be cured rfablpIJs BttckeyePileOintmentwllI cure them It has met success Free 25 cents in bottles 75 ceBt tabefc Perry Thomas 4apr1m That pfailotla r who saldt Mail WMtbora ts ride this world was never Tr s1R44Iv and a t1dby limiytaff kaauccaBi Xis sad Sk Many vary bad OMM turn been pcrmatMntfy cored byito It iswiuallr eOcirat for itcking pLIes sad a tkronto remedy tot tore nippks haKfcrcbilblahw ifrcmfrbite ct cbzoDi ereactI per box J1r CMaMm Fvnden are IMl Whet hdoa needs wbea Ja bdMottMoB Ttoto blood yvMat md TniattacB They aw = foi4 bat meKciae aai tiM bcot to to a 26IH J I 2 t Ko 11 CfJ v THE LADIES TAILORMADE SUIT DEPARTE BIT AT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE be a see our all new De it etc see our to a in all on of are can be of ra be our of we are in to our f at our our to A 1IMlLES BY B B B Free to skin and burn Die tressing on the you feel to bo seen in Do and on the skin hair or you Skin sore lash on the skin in the skin Hone hair All Skin Old sores sirea of Ecze ma and and in the To cure to stay take B B Bf the pure and rich B B B will cause sores to heal of ec zema to stop the skin to and the B B B is just the have been for for SO Our are to try B For sale by druggists at SI per six JalJ full 5 Complete direction each So may test it a trial it438 ell and Free vice ore of as Has been the expectation It of proprietors They redoubled their energies in an entire lot of are showing at complete of Ladies Medium Priced Tailormade Suits placed on by anybody Stjb ani Fits krinlnil See our of Ladies Tailormade Suits they are beauties worth in instances double the we ARE ALSO SHOWING AN ELEGANT LINE OF FINE LAOE CTIiIiTIt will to any lady to assortment of Fine Lace Curtains They comprise the things Point Callie Batenburgh Lace and inserting effects Irish Points Call and Curtains before buying we will save money CARPETSHIkRPETSdont havd to leave home Carpet have the most complete line ever shown Richmond have the best things irOIngrains Tapestrys Moquettes Boby Brussels Velvet Brussels Axminsters Full of Linoliums Oilcloths shades this goods much lower than had anywhere We have largest Matting ever shown in this city Our prices commence at lOc good matting ISIJOESLadies AND Shoes and SLIPPERSSlippers that cant surpassed NIi1 to introduce line shoes more thoroughlY PRICES this line Dont fail look through Department the Fine Quality of Ladies and Childrens Shoes and prices will bean eyeopener run All the for CO Qa are The t is up to t be 4 of 4 all one t 4+ to at soon we if ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS CURED Bottle Sufferers your itch skiuso company scabs scales scalp Have Eczema form Prickling pain Bolls Pimpleb pains Swollen joints Falling down pale Katine Ulcers theseare symptoms Impurities Poison Blood cured Botanic Blood Balm which makes blood itching forever become clear breath sweet looking tested years readers advised BBlarge bottle treatment with bottle bottle glvep Write Address lOOD BALM Mitch Atlanta Describe troubles personal yourI given compliments notice senseless abuse asuccess far beyond the have therefore put new Suits and present the most line and ever sale 750 1000 1250 and 1500 line and many price ask for them treat you You buy Fine We We etc line Oil etc Our prices line the for Fine by Shoe You you Does form bottles sufferers away street Foolish Fine + ++++rsr t We agents for American Lady Corset This Corset given the most perfect fittert and most comfortable Corsets try LtceJ of of and and of are by of worm and with 25 and all The Best in the We iu the best in tho A few ago wo a cold anti a and read in our own and we a to see if it us It us the was more than halt used It is time best ont for and The Ind For sale by a to her pay her men are of met low and that even is title to the belu with will time anl 50 cts OUR DRESS GOODS are of to see J CLOTHING DEPARTMENT is of can fit anybody are all If to a of antsgive us a f Thanking you for past favors and hoping you d1d BUSY CASH STORE are respectfully OUid WeD OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN eruptions Thoroughly asumvoriiiy Mothers Beware those secret robbers your babys quiet health Those sleepless Iontr hours tiresome vigil caused those terrible enemies childhood Destroy remove them Whites Cream Vermifuge Price cents Perry Thomas 4aprlin Time patience industry conquer timings World believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy world weeks suffered with ncvere troublesoiuo cough haying there advertisements other papers purchased bottle would effect cured before bottle medicine coughs colds Herald Anderson Percy Thomas 4aprlm Nothing pleases woman better tItan have husband attention when other around Those horrilfits depression ancholy spirits sudden irnta sometimes nfUlcted goodtempered people blood permeated black bile- Herhlne pudfy blood restore health cheerfulness Price rem Thomati laprlm and Pretty Wash Fabrics the talk the town You cant afford not them OUR chuck full good things for Men Boys anti Children We anyway Our prices styles and quali ties fitters you expect need suit orpair trial see BEE very MT AND ashamed =FENCE Something New In Farm Fen e LexingtOltKyfive oak slats to the rodrrnisis tfie original patent COIL countybeforeAgents fr Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal Hay Feed Lime Salt Cement et- cLETCHER 81 WITT TELEPHONE 142 For coughs and coWs there is no medicine so effective as Coitssons lIon remedyPrlcThomas 4aprlm When you see a young man cleaning a girls thoyiarff engaged when you see tho operation reversed they are married Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feelingof Weariness and lassitude ro dispel this feel ins take Herbine it will impart i and vitality Price BO cents Perry Thomas Another drop in sugar Good The fpe1Inss y 7 itl7 7III + + I7Iffi IV I GRAND OPENING t + OE J SPR1N6 SUITINGS J t 11 t WE HAVE THE CHEAPEST ANbMOSTCOMPLETE LINE IOF PIECE GOODS TO SHOW YOTT 4 4 COME GET VOURPICKIljoWe take yo n measure and guarantee you a or no to your measure at from llfeOO up Ojrer1 3K pattjenis to select from at J J B c TOUFFERSL 0 J J aIpIE 2TD rt1 TT pg 1 l ft J Jt T- ii 5 rrI 4 It Is Not THE fflAT RIAIi AL t GETHER THAT MAKES OUR 11t Suits The Best tWeuse good material but anybody can buy 7 good material It is the fit and S ledi V1o mtnlbl s well as the good IA which make garments so emi 1 nentl tS faST UT li j ID 11 SIN1al Cultor iOiieDoor East of W D Old I ham on Main Street febllly VeryNew ss s s e IS OUR LINKOJ 1900V ALL PER Which we have recent ly added to our stock We have connected with us Mr W L LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is well established and in every instance guaran tee work done by him We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasing else where sis we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Kespt PERRY THOMAS miccessoirsTO 213 Main Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 7J Janl7ly n 2 3 Of YOUR tilE Is spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that will be a comfort Some people po about complaining about their shoes hurting their feet This can if you buy your shoes from us Our NEW SPRING and t STMMER Stock of j IHSHOEShave arrived and we are ready to serve you I 11 FINEST AND BEST IN LADIES SHOES IWehave an excellent time New coined styles The shoes everybody wants ARE HERE Remember we can do just a little better than others best Come init will take a few minutes to show you lAND DONT FORGET about our line of childrens 1f Styles New Goods SAMETLOW PRICES r OUR MENS SHOESi Are just a little ahead of style We never in all our past years ofexperience in the shoe business offered a finer line 11 iofStylish Shoes We also have an extra good line of Heavy Shoes Call and see us Youre always welcome FREEMAN BROSOParBaERICHl OND KY tSA WILSONP LLL PIMM C M KENNEDY P M IL SECY SOHOOLtIiINFIRMARY OFMAmmCTIC HEALING r RICHMOND KY We teacL and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We treat any ana all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine Come and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT HOUSE opposite court house Richmond Ky Branch office Newby Ky Address all correspondence to M KENNEDY Secy IcII EEHTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it ve mean it we can prove ItOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES CLJLTIVATEmilLs II w E buying of your FARM SUPPLES You know j JS that below a certiin price it is impossible to I 13 manufacture good farm implements or macbiri pDery or good HARDWARE of any kind Then 11 i why try to use such iNFERicii STUFF Repairs IIiit rgj IIIgivesIII E3 Per cent on your outlay We guarantee III VULQAN REPAiRS 10 COST LESS than any T other plow Repairs While we refuse tp handle LJa low of goods our prices will bear corn 1 r tparison with anyhouse repu ted ever ckeap a TAYLOR BROS I 1 L WASHM8TON LETTER As we expected the Porto Rican tar iff bill passed the Senate and the only hope now remaining to the Island ia In the House This however is very faint indeed as the Republicans who were at first frightened by the upheav al in their districts seem to have set tied down to the belief that they will hurt themselves more by changing now than by sUckIng to their positions It is believed that not more than two Re publican votes will be gained on the next vote in the House compared with the that one a month agorAd bering to their characteristic pulley of delay jt Is probable that tho House will take no action on the bill for at least a weekwhen the committee hay leg the matter in charge is expected to report and move that the Senate amendments be concurred in If this carries it of course ends the matter and the President will have a chance to discharge his plain duty by vetoing the bllla duty which it is scarcely necessary to say lie will not discharge If the committee should on the other hand move to noncoucur and ask a conference and this is agreed to the result will be practically the same as the conference wilt speedily arrive at an agreement If either motion how ever is voted down the House will have charge of the matter and unless some outrageous new construction of the rules is devised by the Republicans the Democrats can otter any sort of modification extending oven to a free trade substitute There is little doubt however that Speaker Henderson will go fb any lengths in his determination to get the bill through Thin vote by which the Senate passel thR bill had been pretty well discounted in advance Seven Republicans voted against it on its final passage One Senator Beve ridge voted for a free trade amendment and then turned around and voted for the bill itself McEnery of Louisiana one of the sugar Senators was the only Democrat to vote for the billOne result of the annexation of the Philippines has come to light with un expected rapidity It has been dem dnstrated beyond any possibility of doubt that the Philippine islands will become formidable competitors with the United States in the raising of cot ton and especially so as the Chinese labor in the Philippines can be secured for very much less than any labor can be made available in the United States Realizing this English capitalists are according to the report of Consul Frankenthall now completing 6000 spindle cotton mill with 200000 capi tal for the purpose of manufacturing the native cotton According to a statement of the Department of Agriculture the average Importation of cotton manufactuies into the Philippine lands since 1886 has been a little less than 6000000 With the introduction of tire cotton mills now building and in project this importation will cease The developments ot the cotton indus tries in the Philippines means a direct loss to the cotton men of the United States of 6000000 a year There seems therefore to be some doubt of the enormous market for cot tons of which the imperialists tell Ufo The Democrats are enjoying the predicament of the Republicans in regard to the report of Judge Magoon law of ficer of the War Department For the past month the Republicans have been quoting from the masterly scholarly and learned opinion submitted by Judge Magoon declaring that Congress possesses plenary power over the new pos sessions the Constitution to the con trarv notwithstanding Now it appears that Judge Magoon had prepared an earlier opinion which was accepted by the War Department and by the President when he wrote his plain duty message alleging in equally learned equally scholarly equally mash terly language that the Constitution extends by its own vigor to the islands antI that they were paris of the United States The Democrats will print the two opinions side by side to show jus how the Republican administration has changed aides Webster Davis has resigned hia post as Assistant Secretary of the Interior and will lecture in behalf of the Boers Mr Davis has just returned from a trip to the Transvaal where his sympathies as well as his judgment were all awakened in favor of the two gallant republics and has decided that he can not remain a member of an administra tion which so strongly shows its partial ity for Great Britain Mr Davis has been a conspicuous figure in Republi can politics He is one of the best and most forcible campaign orators of his party He resigns a very prominent position in order tospeak to the coun try without restraint touching a struggle in which the countrys sympathies are as unmistakable as they are righte OtIS It isa startling proposition that any official representative of the United States should find it necessary or even convenient abandon this office in order to feel atliberty to proclaim sympathy with a republic struggling to de fend itself against monarchical aggres sion If the United States has a mis sion in the world it is that of upholding the cause of the Boersagainst England And yet it is announced that Mr Davis cannot declare himself for the South African republics and at the It isnt the bodily sickness that hurts a man He could stand that fairly well ifhis busyTheyschemes to execute Theyare plungers They line up their incomes as soon as they receive them or reinvest them with the idea of increase They cannot afFord tobeskk Sickness isocalarnity a financial calantity physicalsick man worrieS and the more lie worries the v sick r be ft grows tgoodthe right time The youI of sicknessworryaoo itdo something About cure yourself When begin to ftel rundown when plainlythatare losing flesh and vitality to the nearest drug store and get a bottle of Dr ItIbuilder on earth It cures rheumatism- and all oUter blood diseases by curing the cause It purifies the blood and puts the blood m ngOtgansintogood Maltby working tones lp stomach tip the liver helps the kidneys im their work and puts suffering nerves at rest It contains no whisky alcohol opium or other dangemus dnis and does DOt therefore create a craving for stimulants or narcotics James H Cram l Esq of bwiiItenths couldnt walk at all I tifed the bet doctors could get but they did w good I toek three bottle of Dr Wercei GoMeaMedl cat Dineverjr and it cured me mMd looseImp to KlarMtrarg and there w rcthree case diieL I irMMd the MUnrt to- PIerccmacHdacDr which Hd led alt Weft rL IM w1IOId ov t tt tan Mlira WiKtlt of yow JnedWae hy Mttfaffvco Itiiy t 4 HE reason Mrs Pinkhams treatment helps women so O promptly is that they havcontI4nce in her JThrough some of the many thousands of Mrs Pink hams friends an ailing woman will be led to write to Mrs Pinkham at her home In Lynn ilass and will tell her symptoms The reply made without charge of any kind will bur such evidence of knowledge of the trouble that belief in her advice at once inspires hope This of itself is a great help i Then the knowledge that women only see the letters asking for adviceand women only assist Mrs Pinkham in replying makes it easy to be explicit about the little things that define the disease MRS ELIZA ThoMAs of 634 Pine St Easton Pa writes It DEAR MRS PINKHAM I doctored with two of the best four years was a great sufferer from female hadbackacheallof time no appetite painsin faint ing was weak and system was completely rim down also had of womb so that could scarcely walk across the floor After taking two bottles Vegetable Compound arid one box of Lozengers can am same time hold office under the Amer Icon Union To such a pass has the country been brought up by the Anglo mania of the President and Secretary May A Thousand Tonics Could not express the of An nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal CureIt soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly somethingl can scarcely remember doing I feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Priw 5Ocand 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 5 BOBBITT TO TAYTOR WITH A FEW WORDS TO OTHERS Stanford Journal CKAB OnoHABDApril 8Isee that the bloodstained assasslnTaylor proposes to dictate the terms of the sur render and submission to civil authori ty will surrender if you will allow me to give bail Why should you give bail sir in an unbailable caseany more titan the veriest subaltern in the atrocious deed of you were chief Why should you be allowed to breathe the free air of liberty while your guil ty confrere Caleb Powers who is no more guilty thin you is locked in a dungeon Do you not know sir that the constitution sayshAll offenses shall be bailable with sufficient surety except capital offenses where the proof is evident or the presumption great In your case the proof is evi dent and presumption so great that it would hang a sheepkilling dog of any color Bail indeed Rashpresumption Unblushing audacity It is oven a disgrace to thus century and to civilization that you and your coconspirators have been permitted to live so long after the perpetration of the most de liberate and dastardly murder of any age or country Sixteen hundred dollars of Democratic tax money paid to an assassin to mur der a Democratic governor Who ever heard of a deed of blood committed under such aggravating circumstances Do you not know sir that vourparty dont pay 1 in every 100 that is paid into the State treasury Do you not know that your party Isa dangerous compound of Ignorance cupidity and fanaticism Dont you know that you are entitled to first with a capital 11 And there is another old Ignoramous palled the governor of Indiana who says be will not surrender tho other guilty conspirators nor even you should you seek a city of refugo there Why the constitution of the United States says that fugitives from justice in one State fleeing from another shall be de livered up on demand of the executive anthoritity of the State from which he fled to be removed to the State having jurisdiction of the crime What right has this old curmudgeon to sayor even to know how justice is administered in Kentucky lean assure him of this much that not one out of a thousand of the conspirators assassins and mur derers of Gov Goebel will be hUng Their name is legion Those who knew of it before the act and did not communicate the Information to the civil authorities lire guilty of misprision of felony Those who knew of its commission and afterward received relieved and comforted and assisted tho felons are guilty as acces series after the fact Tin leaders of the party who are the guilty are guilty of misprisiou of felony and cessories after the fact Now I want to sty this to Gov ham Obey the constitution of the United States surrender all felons on requsition even if made by such a harborer of assassins as Mount If In liana will elect such a man that is the kind of a man they should have You obey the constitution whether Goy Mount does or not Give McKinley no grounds to interpose the powerlit thu Federate bayOnet The refusal of yours is universally condemned by your own party in Jtvis a wonder your attorneycoucJ1g ihavo told you o wan any more crimi nals IjiKent clD than we now have ThenylS6r Beckbam why did you and the other offiCials ever agree to take the case to the eqer81 court either snpreoijp orinferioc hail you nil 1870 and 7 10 8 And did you all not know that the Federal govern ment baclno more jurisdiction over the matter than the Crab Orchard police court Do you not know the States MOO the government Do you not know that the people mado the government as agent to carry intoef feet certain powers delegated in the contitntion by the people Doyol not know that all power not delegated to theeneial noverBawnt k reyr4 by the oan n to the 4atea pet w1 kiths 4IvI7 I iiydfrld v CONFIDENCE HELPS TO CURE H doctors in the city for two years and had no relief until I began the use of your remedies My trouble was ulceration of the womb I suffered something terrible could not sleep nights and thought sometimes that death would be such a relief Todayam a well woman able to do my own work and have not a pain I used four bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams VegetableCompoundand three packages of Sana- tive Wash and cannot thank ypu enough for the good it did me j MRS M writes Box 26S STODDARDJ DEAR MRS PINKHAM For about I troubles I the stomach spells my I falling bad I of your say I cured rapture before Thomas I which word least Beck forgotten general tlutk Concressman lioreing the law you are trying to pass to give the general gov ernment power over the domestic af fairs of the States is unconstitutional and has 1 tendency to establish a great central despotism The other 44 States will surely take the alarm and not allow the passage of such a pernicious law Judge Boreing why do you wish to manacle the stalwart arms of free born Kentuckians I see that Republican speaker in ad dressing the audience of wild fanatics said Fellow citizens and then cor recting himselt by saying I should have said fellow slaves Would it not have been more appropriate to have said Fellow murderers conspirators and assassim FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT That Tlirobins headache Would qnickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of suaerers have proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Head aches They wake pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggists 5 NEW YORE FASHIONS A pretty waist is made wholly of white chiffon a row of plain and a row of slurred Some smart gows for spring wear arc made of light cloth with plaited front breadth and side and back breadths trimmed with narrow white cloth bands Vestee suits shown by Best d Co for little boys have fancy spotted silk waistcoats turnback cuffs and pearl buttons The Levantine waist of linon is an ex elusiveconfection and will donbtlessbe very popular for warm weather wear A fetching dimity gown has shirred yoke trimmed with rows of beading run with narrow black velvet ribbon Sleeveless lace jackets both in bolero and Eton shapes add ranch to the cachet of a highgrade wash gown t Tucked Eton jackets have largo lace collars and revers A very stylish driving coat shown by Lord k Taylor has an evening capewilh broad straps The Mire Janette hat is a sail rpret thy trimed with white velvet rosettes A very pretty hat is of yellow straw trimmed with white wings pink roses and knots of velvet A Wattean plaited skirt bolero cor sage and a climax of tailor making dig tinguish a gown of blue cloth lor a young lady T EVELYN CABLE VERY LOW RATES During the Confederate Reunion nt Louisville the Southern railway will make a rate of 1 cent per mile traveled in each direction Lawrenceburg 125 Georgetown Sl55 Midway S153 Ver sailles 150 Harrodsburg 170 Bur gin 1 SO Shelbyvllle Co collie Tickets will be sold May 23 29 and 30 good to return until Juno 6 1000 Also reduced rates from stations on Louisville Atlantic railroad and Queen Crescent Route and all points South in connection therewith and from other stations on the Southern railway not named above at similar reduced rates of 1 cent per mile traveled 2 cents per mile roundtrip Passengers for Lonisville via TIlE SOUTHERN RAILWAY arrive at Seventh street Union depot within one block of the Confederate Veterans ampitbeatre For tickets and other Information apply to nearest agent of Southern rail way or connecting lines Correspond ence solicited WuH TAYLOE Asst Gen Jiss Agt Louisville Ky JSaprow TURNING THE TABLES London Answers Prof Q a wellknown man atja- wellkrrown University was very un popular with several students Otie njght for a joke they put a good coat of pitch on the outsiuti of his door Next morning leaving hIS room he got his hands and clothes in an awful mess and immediately summoned the one he considered the ring Ieader whb as it happened was one of the culprit DyouangriIy asked the profes sorukllowwlat persons have ilorie- thiii Yes sir I know who hind a hand Jp IE 1 Who eagerly rojditied the JormeK Why Vou sir replied the dilfiV quent pointing to his tarstained handp The professor laughed hqartiiy and let him go I think Do Witts LitOe Eariv RIseJR are the bet pills in the worldsais VE Luke Hit Creek VH Ttyly remove all obstructions pi the and gripePurry r1hSaturdaIIll bfJ k eVer tm eci tlJou U t1lt4 your game replIed tailee th Mhei wilt stet boe Iqs l r j sli 1 r ijj OT OjrOtl WArn TO BE THE EMPEROR At the time when the war with Spain had been brought to a successful close a number of statesmen were diacussirig the future of the country over their cigars Washington At last one en thusiast exclaimed addressing himself to the most prominent member of the groupIhmy opinion we are drilt ini directly toward imperialism and yoiilsir7Blionldbe the first emperor I Icnow it drawled the great man I am not fool enough to want to be theflrst emperor of a nation of such good shots Otto Korb Grand Chancellor K P Boonville Ibdsays DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve soothes the most delicate skin and heals the most stubborn nicer which certain and good results Cures piles and skin diseases Dont buyan imitation Perry Thomas- EveryorlAfathihiarwith the workings ot the U S Patent Office knows that titer1 ire a vast number uf applications rejected Some of them are rightfully so but there ore others which would be allowed as patents if the proper efforts were used in prosecuting the applica tions None of them should bo given up until E G Siggers Patent Lawyer Washington D C has had an oppor tunity to examine the rejected application and report thereon This he will do tree of charge and if he accepts the case will prosecute it with his fee con tingent oh success Washington remedyinrived great benefit from its use II digests what you eat and can not fail to cure Perry Thomas Three days of incessant rain caused this streams ofTexas to overflow with Krcatidestruction to life and property At Austin the dam in the Colorado river gave way and millions of gallons of water rushed down the valley sweeping away houses and destroying many lives San Antonio experienced the worst storm for thirtyfive years and railway traffic is practically sus pen ed in many parts of the State The Democrats of Pennsylvania met in convention at Harrisburg last week adopted a lengthy platform and elected a solid Bryan delegation to the Na tional Convention at Kansas City Gen Lord Roberts lot upward of 000 men about Bloemfonteln during the past week but four times that many are said to have landed at Cape Town to reenforce him It requires no experience to dye with PUTNAM FADE LESS DYES Simply boiling your goods in the dye is all thats necessary Sold by C L Searcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky Kansas is to have a cucumber farm on aiarga scale The project is to se cuts 1100 acres near Lawrence on the line of a proposed electric railroad The cucumber crop matured just as the school term ends when pickers can be easily secured All of the funerals in Paris are con ducted by a single Syndicate which has a licensed monopoly of the business There is a regular tariff of rates a first class funeral costing 2000 anda cheap or ninthclassSj Write Murdock Cure Co Atlanta Ga enclosing 2c stamp for free sample HylersDyspepsiacure every case of Catarrh Dyspepsia novly Taylor says ho is not guilty He said the same thing about the five noun taineers that Lc pardoned before trial for carrying concealed weapons after the police found the forty fours in their pockets They were guilty beyond all question Taylor may be mistaken again Kentucky State Democrat I would like to know said the gruff oM father to the young man who had been calling with considerable fre quency whether you are going to marry my daughter So would I answered the deiffidont young man Would you mind asking lierV H Clark Chauncey Ga says Dc Witts Whitch Hazel SalvQcured him of piles that had afflicted him for cUreL1counterfeits Perry Thomas New CookThen I am not to wear your bonnets when I like Mistress No but think how larg- yourwagesarel e New Cook haughtily My liberty is not for saleDeiroit Journal Judge Did you see the prisoner at the bar Witness Naw when I see him he was on 1he street where the bartender chucked him outluck Your wife remarked the visitor preparing a compliment has i a liquid voice Liquid repented Henpeck musingly 011O8 iterneverd- ilesup Tpmmy Wagg Pa what does Mi D after a doctors name mean Mr VaigPerhaps it refers to his patients uiyboy and stands for many dead 3lraHilnndDil you ever see any body so proud of her conservatory as Mrs ShadysMe Mrs IIalketNo she is a regular hanghtyculturiat Is Perkins an honest man asked Fangle Indeed he is replied Gaz urn Tfiere Isnt a man in the offlie who would refuse to lend him an un urell Did your young clergyman give yonrngQodFormonI thought so but mv wife says he preached as if he ailnt been invited out to dine Ins deplorable that walking is becoming ajoat art Lost art Its a mighty good way of getting home when vou bicycle breaks down The Paris Exposition will havo tin largest theatre in the world acc mwo datttjp15000 persons For Sale I milesing 8 jooms barn and other buildings good apple and ateredilineon vetuent Terms reasonable possession given this fall A J ROUSE iapittf White UK7 r ppe ODO a PLEASE T i41FTRY t 1 6 I 6 6 c1 CANC Y CATHARTiC 1 f J lOc 50ct A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L Midkiff has installed the first and onlyplant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices Wo examined his work Bud found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their costis saved not to mention the comfort derived oct25tf SOMETHING TO EAT ALL DAY And until midnight FINE RESTAURVNT1 OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCOS CARS KiPIlAM SANDWICHES AND COFFEE JanUIy A DINELLI Next loor to old postoiBce IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGANis put chased here Our sYStem of easy payments enables any one to en joy the music of 1cc skmtTt without depriving themselves of necessary comforts Ono of these INSTRUMENTS wonll make n superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargains HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY LOOMOODEATHSI FROM CHOLERA DURING THE PAST YEAR LurkiagI lurK Sne by Title Voidirful lis tOfCry v llnmlreds of thousands tlolllrs have been lost in the poultry bnsiuoss on account of the devastation among the flocks caused by cholera roup gape aud other fatal difeasep There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be so successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cute chickens in the last stage of cholera and roup nndjs excellent for gapes Do your fowlstufler from violent diar rues dropping of the wings stupor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera is a germ disease and being infectious spreads rapidly through the entire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop tp experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary measures they recommend in connection Dont give fowls up Cholera ill a terrible disease but this remedycures it every time It is also guaranteed for ronp which can he told by lion no breathing swelled 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