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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x IIl I r fl r= t h 0 C tJ Cl et t SJ frfIa RICHMOND CLIMAX a a 4 f VOLUME 26 I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900n NUMBER 47 I o t Any or com In 8 CO 23i W Ky 5 Finish is right We can it an for to handle our work We a full line of d for and price listI ILf74a C e 8-QVcVC8 SS All York Guaranteed STREET RICHMOND t oooIAMEUICIiS FAVORITE Ch1lBasFULL- GUARTS accesIReference bank express company mercial agency Louisville WG GCLDEEY Main St LoaisTille C e THE Iowa S Splendid Price I make inducement dealers light vehicles Send MAIN KY r rBRAND The New Woman FLORENCE MEDICINE IIlIaaufaclured IattachnientsI manufacture pleasure catalogue MICIII Manufacturer PROFESSIONAL CHORDS AnOnN Ys J R E ROBERTS r ATTOENEYATCXW S RICHMOND KENTUCKY JffaOfflce over Climax Office with JaS H Mc Creary Second Street RW MILLER ArrORHKYATLAW HlClIMOND KlWTCCKY- Ortlce in the Burnam Building next doorto armors National feb3ly A SULLtVANJ ATTOUNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofli e ovr Slate Hank it Trust Co op posito C nrt House on Miin Street J U D M UliKNAULT TTORNRYS A LA W RcStlKltNTUCKYl Olliuts on Sucuiul street over Chen anlts grocery W R LETGNER fAtto1lieyatLaw Iticiuioxn KENTUCKY with T Umlth Jr ovui 1Ol1ko t MitcluIlV T C JLovvryyA- ttorneyatZdw Mub rley nuililin Ricliorul Ky AL130r JAOlONJ ATTORN EYrATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY eeOaico in Prather Building Main Street PET510I4ITS DRS GIIJSOiN GIBSON S aND SURGEONS jlllyarclJ KKNTUCKY l clinl buiidrnj iS and fa Sec old drugstore 27 CHAS C HOOKER rETERINARYSURGEOI Graduate Ontario Veterinary Colkge Vcleriuary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty a0mceat Triable on corner First and Water Utneu Richmond Ky apr7IY f fl C JASPJZRM Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Building Main Street Telephone at resilience the Cnrr place on i llro RICHMOND KENTUCKY I GW EVAiNS fl 1Uslc r suRnEo RICllMtl ttTUCKY DEN AL DUn Zl1Y TT iatttt tOnSOt J X1lsr or LOUZSVILLS Iv- aOtflcenext d orto Government Building RlchmSnd Ky Otnce hourrg to lZJ W nOvl71y Dl FnEO SMITH DEN IIS- aiOlIce oer1aylol Dma fltjdwsre Store 1alo street jgnIS1y PATEIITSJBs HEENoticeOisrgel JotUi 1tter AcIdft II MIMI 0 o AOOtJP t 7isthe acme BEAUTY HEALTH A 3ODay ofi1I iom treatment lar The Lady Florence iy cnd euro t ehMtfela Ot know too drains upon their health and strength cauwd by ailments to their own Bex The Lady Florence Remedy it not a careall bat Is a cure diseases of woman preacrltIonwt1ttenclan and Burgeon wno has treated more complicated cases of female dlwOM perhaps than any one other IndlvMunL It now In offered for the Bret time In this country within the reach of all classes One package affords relief In the most obstinate cases by CO Red Oak U t V TJ7nrernrlt j j Dank T D away SOMETHING FOR BABY EOiuethiiiff which it must have la shown in our assortment of Filverware We have a very handsome line of CUPS FOR CHILDREN in a variety of paieriis Some Gold lined ami heavily beaded Some handsomely enjravoil others richly chased All are of fxccllent quality- F J YEAGER Dr Louis IL Landraan No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at II H Millers residence second door o Iostolfice Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Ccteience every physician of Illch mond Ky maylly Dr L Goldstein The Optic Specialist olNo6M Fourth Avenue Louisville will beat the Qlyndon Hotel Richmond KZQNBAY MAY 14 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted Pa roniie Home Murnce Insure your dwellings barns And other prop ertyln the BLUB GRASS INSUKANCB COM PANY at Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LISm ING AN TORNADO NQ assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged tofeecorae a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the- peoPe oar county now operating In the eLate and gets chehper every year falling to onehalfafter the For further information call on their agent- and collector S R fl Black attorneyatlawf- licbmontl Ky oIBco on Main Court Mouse next door to State Bank trustCompany upstairs J H CARTER Pres- rnay24Iy 00 IJO8WO11T1I Becy II CIRCULATINQ WASH BOILER 11 PAT ALLOWED MARCH l5mIS99 II BOTTOM SHOW1HQ CWLEO COPPER STEAM PiPEs A WOMMR S StpBttl Kj =more pi thhthe tlrrd in tahMacbfle avaCkZ5PdI1 of 100 labor bea droar Frlce all Tin SO4 Cojifrr Jlottom 4IHI Copper 9 fO UOII the receipt of abre yrto la1 reald an cf k re 4UtIIIkit ttaot 16i k- Mw9W I i nil EiT ANNOUNCEMENT FOil cononEss GGILBERTanyrej11larPox COOXTT CLXBC ARCnKAto the action of the Democratlt Party RAYDURNto the action of the Democratic Party TEVISaaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M sublect We are authorized to announce JESSE ublecttoFOR 8BBBI1T FWAGERSacounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty WBALLARDSheriff auject w tlc action of the Democraticparty We are aethriird to announce MARTIN Madisoncountyparty RDMADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOil ASSESSOB OLDHAMDemocratic LflA1ERcounty subject to the action of the Demo- cratIc party We are authorized to announce GEORGENOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject tg the action of the Democraticparty WDEATIIERAGE theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB lLtLBIt CLACKEYcounty subject tolhe action of the Democratic party OPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic partyIare authorized to announce JACK a candidate for Jailer of Madison ROSSI one term only subject to the action Democratic We are partyIKINS a action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES countysubjectFOR SCHOOL SUrKKIKTESDEHT We are authorized to announce J W torthesubject to the action of the Democratic party NEWSPAPER NOTES UPON CONGRESSMAN GILBERTS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR RE NOMINATION ACCEPTABLE REPRESENTATIVE onjtressmanfromthis issue ot the Journal as a candidate for reelection subject to the action of CongressmanGilbert representative and is desqrving of an endorsement Journal CLEAN CHARACTER AND EXCELLENT ABILITY candidacyby county for reelection to Congress subject to the action of tbo Democratic party Mr Gilbert is a gentleman 01 clean character and excellent ability as a lawyer and makes a creditable sentative HarrodehurR Democrat- A FAITHFUL AND PURE MAN Hon G G Gilbert announces that toCongressitics in any sense of the word it does not intend to indorse candidate but there is an indorsement that any pnper or man irrespective of party call give to Mr Gilbert and that is pureloananpport from his home county as will thedeclionto the standard of the man Shelby Record lIE WILL BE BE ELECTED enIursenation and Mr Gilbert is eminenti en titled to have the rule applied lu his case He has been watchful of the in terests to his constituents anti has inCongress thebodyhim further prestige in the bodywhlch estiwationHewithout opposition and then the party anincreuedupStanfordr CAPABLE FAITHFUL AND TRUE The Advocate makes the announcement with pleasure taking occasion as itisRepresentative in Congress to reelect him after he has served his first term at least unless his services have been U1satisfactoryln which event expressedbycase there has been no complaint of Mr Gilberts conduct has been a t Every woman in the country ought to know abo- utMoibers friend Thpse who do know about it wonder how thy ever got along without it It has robbed childbirth of its terrors for many a young wife It has preserved her girlish figure and saved her muck suffering It is an external lini ment and canies with it therefore ttingtheally are apt to do It is to be rubbed into tke abdomen to soften and strengthen the muscles which are to bear the strain Thismeans much less nIt also prevents srcknsts and all of the other discomforts of pregnancy saysIMothers Friend and have never known aa Instance where it has foiled to prod lOt the good results claimed for IL A of Lam bertoi Ark writes With Cist six children 1 WM in labor using24othefs b0rn1n4 bou- tsGtthsipseJ S tie s- uML Iutbti1o M4IfIUIESILUea ct hitA- wu tentive toMB duties is accommodating hemnertiinqminatellwithoutrar of any other candidate for time pinr willbecommitteinchlltJofprobably make no report at this session Congress but case a report is be in favor of Gilbert Mr Gilbert is making a very acceptable representatve his district be exceedingly unfortunate if he were to inhandInterIto carfr termInationFurthermore facUarecoruizetlthe contest committeeeAndersonNews lION O G GILBERT FOR CONGRESS announcedhimself Shelbycountyhim again to the 8th district she does hisbililyhe is now fUlinlC A new man in Con gress Mr Gilbert has taken a promin ent part in all the important debates and has succeeded in this his first ses sion in making himself n factor in the speechesCUtariff bill were amongst the most able DemocraticNational stroujtcampaignAccording to custom Mr Gilbert is entitled to the nomination for his second hehasof ability entitled to a reelection It is gratifying to know that there is no dis opposiiloumean reelection Valuable as have been Mr Gilberts services in the lresertCongreAA he will be mnch equipped to serve the interests of his constituents in the 8thdistrictdorsement as to show their appreciation of his worth Sheloy Story ofahuavep yearsbyform of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Elec tric Bitters she is wonderfully Jin proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female ella sleeplessnessing and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thbmas Druggists C WHAT TO DO WITH THE BOYS JRBofPlneTllle The warm weather is now coming on Jreadyis at all permissable great numbers of Jinglike twenty boys between the lOge of seven and seventeen spend several hours after supper in the worst form of idleness Whose boys are these They have or once had parents who are respon sible for their bringing ap WIRle the numbermerniouedaeemssmalhjtmjghitbe size Why do these boys wish to con gregate on the street at night There are no saloons what harm can they do Any casual observed may notice almost a mania among them for certain forms of gambling They engage in many of the pettv gambling schemes anti the the seed of evil is planted that will soon spring up and bear friuU Already some of them are slipping around and playing cards in hidden corners Does it require the gift of prophecy to tell what will be the Inevitable outcome of such conduct What is the remedy Something ou ht to bo done and done now If the ministers and newspapers arejiot able to reach this class it becomes the duty ot the State The nearest approach Ken tucky has had to legislation on this question was the enactment of the compulsory education law That immediately became a dead letter and our God forsaken Legislature is spending its time and the statemen are wrangling over political questions and the satisfying of political ambitions rather than those that really effect the States highest welfare It seems in Kentucky the false idea of manhood are certain to prevail for awhile Thought it be so our town can in a measure protect it self Let us have a curfew law and officers that will enforce it This town Is bringing down a curse upon its own head by diligently providing methods for punishing certain evils and at the same time allowing the causes of these evils to continue to exist The boys and girls that are now growing up unrestrained vill make men and women As a rule they mar ry at an earlier ago then others To their credit let it be said that they are less addicted to that appalling crime found in high society the aversion to raising children The causes need not be discussed here but the writer is an earnest advocate of that States help in this mSt important matter In nearly all the States of tho union uiucl is being done The South is especially behind The snobs want no extra effort made while tho lower classes take no thought of the matter It remains for the mid die classes to control Schools should be the pride of limo mountains The boys anti girls too hear BQ touch talk about red licker and white licker pistols and Winchester rifles the cour age and nerve ehpwn by the various ones engaged in tho disgractfol light and feuds it will take all the moral training possible to counteract the effects 1aaiarcks Iran Ntrv Was the resulf of his eplencliid health Indomitable will troraendorjf energy are not found where Stonisuih Liveri Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you w nt these qualities and Hoeo M thfiy bring ute Dr Kings ew Life Bite They ikfe p evwry rkm er M knife MM body tiki Meat PetTy fcTV =M diMorLiIS 1fewOrIeu dhek Is hiI IfI 1 1awlrlM I 1111 ITHE KENTUCKY CAPITAL We havo received from the pnblish cia The Geo B Jennings Co 101107 West Forth St Cincinnati Ohio a ropy of the most beautiful TwoStep for piano entitled The Kentucky Capital composed by a Kentuckian dur lug the recent campaign The author Kyisan fxcelleutmusician This TwoStep is played by Saxtons Baud and Orchestra with great success Price of piano copy is 50 cents and will be sent to any address upon receipt of the price by the publishers We understand thatitts on sale also at the music and book stores of Frank fort withoutOno anlotbtlJlams Sterling Run Pa It cures andlungion Pleasant and harmless Perry Thomas Teddy Roosevelt has a poor opinion of McKinlev He says his administra tion has been a dreadful disappoint went and that McKinley hac about as much backbone as a chocolate man Still because Teddy jollied Taylor Kentucky Republicans talk of Roose velt for second place on the ticket with McKinley Teddy thinks the positions should be reversed but mark Hanna has to be consulted as to the makeup of the ticket bloodinvirorate fatuouslittlery Thomas Hopkinsville will give another sheet fair under the direction of the order of Elks Ju that city It will be held in the early fall and will be managed by such splendid gcnlemen as A II An demon C F Jarrett Sam Frankel T G Littlehales and T C Underwood The fair last year drew thousands of eople to Christians capitalcityThe P rogressro fore 3 Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Ifltfallenature is on each box oct256m The shortest straightest and most profitable railroad in the world is said to be the Marine railway at Coney Island connecting Brighton with Man Lattan Beach Its length ia half a wIle its capital stock 525000 and the number of shares 500 When Austin Corbin Jr was 9 years of age his father presented him with 490 shares In 1884 when the farewas 10 cents the income of the road was 86000 and at the profits is still very large saysImost wonderful medicine quick aud sale It is the harmless remedy hat gives immediate results It cures- oughs colds croup bronchitis grippe whooping cough pneumonia and throat and lung diseases Its eary use pre alwayslikeThomas Two weeks ago a tame was held in Eureka Kansas in aid of the local brass band nd one of the prizes offered was marriage license and a free wed ding ceremony This was won by Henry Pannington aged sixtyfour years who proceeded at once to hunt up a bride On Monday last he appeared before the Probate Judge with Rebecca Smifli aged fiftyseven and the two were made one W H Sbipman Ileardsley Minn under oath says he suffered from dyspepsia for twentyfive years Doctors aud dieting gave but little relief Finally used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and now eats what he and as muchas he wants and he feeletliko a new man It digests what you eat Perry and Thomas WASHINGTON LETTER Reference was made in this cones pondence few weeks ago to the eitna tion of the Chinese coast and it was asserted that an understanding of some sort existed there whereby Great Britain and this country would stand together in opposition to Russia and others on any point necessary to the well being of British trade until after the South African war was over Corroboration oi this has come to hand in the assertions cabeled from there that the United States Great Britain and certain other countries hall made Joint representations to the Chinese Empress in regard to the pernicious activity of the VBoxere It is denied by our State Department that there has been joint action the course of the United States Minister being described as merely parallel to that of the other powers The facts remain however and it is unnecessary to say mark a departure of the United States from the wiso advice of the fathers to avoid entangling alliances and show in the opinion of many prominent men here that there is a secret understanding be tween the United States and Oreat Britain on more subjects than ono It is certain that in the Samoan affair in the open door negotiations with China in the Nicarauguan treaty epi sode and in the treatment of the Boers appeal for mediation as well aa in this last deal the whole course of the ad ministration so far as we know it has been precisely what it would have been if the understanding In the minds of tbe statesmen of the respective coun tries spoken of by Mr Chamberlain had the practical effect of a formal treaty of alliance This Is in truth said to be the gravest aspect of the Mc Kinley policy of Asiatic adventure No one can say how far it is going to lead the United States into the labyrinth of Qld World poUtinor what it may cost it in Urea and treasure to get out of it with honor or to stay in It with credit But everyone can see that someone in authority at Washing ton has already given encouragement to the British Imperialists and jingoes to believe that We are arm and arm with them for a grand AngloSaion coattrailieg promenade in the Far EMt There fe no longer any rwMonabl doubt that Admirxl Dewey la being jMMbeti tot the PreMdeuer by that wtftf i the pemoonuleepaitth taj oyytM d to BryM Mid wild aoyi tbiflffiii powtoenbi potnt Mttoti ThcfiMthrt fol4tecp 0 o 7j in Ohlorrexas and New York have pronounced for him is accepted as evidence of this fact It seems proba ble that the Admiral made his announcement without giving notice to anyone but it is more evident that bis canso has been taken up by the gold men There is something curiously im practical about his candidature It related as a fact that he and Mrs Dewey both supposed at first that all that was necessary was to distribute ballots with the Admirals name on them on election day and that the people would do the rest Afterwards when convinced that a more elaborate plan was necessaryho proposed to form- a committee comprising men of both political parties who would organize his campaign on a free trade gold Democratic platform with Theodore Itooseveltas a running mate Mean while he and Mrs Dewey are both having a lovely time Their home is overrun with reporters their mail has swelled to huge proportions anti they are being invited all over the country No wonder that their heads are turned by so much attention and that it seems to them that they are elected already After a while the pipe will go out a matter of course and they will make up Whether the Republicans can beguile the Admiral into making sonic remark while still dreamIngwhich- will prevent his finally accepting the second place with Mr Bryan on the straight Democratic ticket remains to be seen Bryan and Dewey would make a good ticket The administration is doing its ut most to stave off a decision on the status of the Porto Ricans until after the fall election The Supreme Court adjourns about May 15 until October S only four weeks belore the election It Is extremely doubtful whether any suit brought before tho passage of the Porto Rican Tariff Bill on any pretext would cover the case as it will be after that bill becomes a law and it is certain that the administration does not propose to take any chances on the subject The case of Ramon Baez who lisa sued for habeas corpus in the Supreme Court he being imprisoned by the military authorities in Porto Rico was not decided on Monday as everyone expected it would be The Attorney General says that he will not at present prosecute the employers of Jorge Cruze who was arrested at Ellis Island New York for coming to the United States as a contract laborer in order to finish a test case The Attor ney General thus shows fear lest the Courts may decide against the Republican contention and so every hand thero appears to be reluctante to submit this matter to judicial determina tion A resolution of investigation has introduced in Congress in beenI the expenditures of Ferd Peck Chicago President McKinleys commissioner to the Paris Exposition who has submitted a most extraordinary oc count to the government It has been credibly reported that Mr Peck has taken in his train to Paris the greatest crowd of sons of their fathers that ever crossed the waters and has taken them at the countrys expense The law requires this Commissioner Genera annually to submit to Congress a detail statement of the expenditures incurred Mr Pecks report was made to the President on November 17 but for some unknown reason it did not drift into Congress until April 2 nearly five months after it was submit ted It shows that under Mr Pecks direction the sum of 210933 was expended trom November 15 1S93 to November 1 1899 and the only ex plan tionof where the money went is contained in the following statement Salaries of experts 72045 salaries of clerks 34929 r officers salaries 17765 salaries of employes 2732 traveling expenses 36245 buildings SIS Hij rent Chicago Paris and New York 13436 furniture 7252 stationery and printing 5403 telegraph and cable 1775 Miscellaneous 10400 Nobody here knows anything about paid ex ports while the traveling expenses seem extravagant even when Mr Pecks propensity for vibrating be tween Europe and America is taken into consideration Ever have them v Then we cant tell you any thing about 1ithem You know how dark everything looks and how you are about P ready to give up Some how you cant throw off the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isnt it yournerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are belngpoispned from the impurities in your blood Yer3 SarsaParilla 1t1itbei blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health and strength activity and cheerfulness This is what Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparilla the land the kind that was old before other Sarsa parillas were known This also accounts for the saying U One bottle of Ayers is worth three bottles of the erdiatry kind 1 I teIS MIjL4 0 JtrJ=bty s wva tsstiy f1I1nea a 7 wdiis i 0 Striking miners have threatened to blow up the coal nines at Cnrdsville and Aberdeen Ky unless tile operators quit work Steamboats on the lower Ohio are having trouble in get ting a sufficient snpply of coal +CALL AT+ + + tUOlt11 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks j Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap I Phone 3 Second St RICmiOND KY JIWI R1 L1DLEJ HEADQUARTERS FOR SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty SSirOFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros an7lr Remember That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M 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 in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L GOTf JanZltf KOdol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans ItIs the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It In stan t1y relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea ImperfectdlgestlolloPrepared For tale by Perry Thomas FOR WEAK MENT- he mat French Bcmrdy within easy recS of every Aia loan It nets powerfully and qullky Hew ten Phsiefly Perfect is the rsclt oJ dw C5 cf Yonnc men OIdllfenlIlrcrolcr rECENEnJhDjmlL1lLCOperlthe vafrcMr IHIICK doeotcgct cure Circulars freeAddress UitfAncricaa oQco of BRrnx rcaCO CSrW Forests by Perry Thomas septlSly Our hoods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give Us a trial fto mt I 1 mtID if Rtiii J The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in tile best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy ypti know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that whatyQi want If s6 trade with GIbson1jiT HARDWARE II t iwwkt E Syracuse Chilled irI PA6EF FARMIIn Continental Disc Harrows V Hamilton Corn Planters 5 Malta Corn Cultivators af New Departure Corn Cultivators McCplm Soil Pulverizer Malta Double Shovel Plows ie5 Champion Binders and Mowers Horse Collars Pads Traces Back A bands Bridles flames Plow lines Wood and Steel Double Trees Hoes Mattocks Build t ers Supplies 5 The above we respectfully submit flt to careful consideration Lvhen in the market at t Living Prices GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE c DOUGLAS SIMMONS1 TINWAREp JJ JJJJ JJJ Wood itubbsGRiTA0tSID5S ltrosuC01J1p3rativelynomorethe satisfactoryOur aout Cr e9tndC1ovns soils the rurletin pasturesWOOD iSIUleraElCLOUISVILLEKY C Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +PINE WORK A SPECIALTY +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind ol Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hnnd a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all clarees of buyers 9 MR W G GOUCHER one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in everyrh80 Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs on application or YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED JHTOES T HTSTVULTON Proprietor This Is The Oliver Plow IF YOU HAVE USED IT YOU KNOW IT IS THE BEST IF YOU HAVE NOT WE WILL PROVE IT IS THE BEST We are still handling the Brown Cultivator Haworth Corn Planter and the Best Harrow on the market Also a full line of Collars Hames Back Bands Bridles and all kinds Plow Gear and a full line of Hardware and Stoves DBSI mRD L lPm KAliT STREET RICHMOND KY r mUllion There Is Strength Having sold a half interest in my Grocery Business to Mr John E Baldwin I wish to thank all my patrons for past favors and to ask a continuance of sam eMr Baldwin calls attention of his friends to his partnership in the business and solicits a share of their patronage The high grade of goods andreputation of this store will be maintained DEATHERAGE BALDWIN Successors to E Deatherage Co The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1000 n DEAR MADAM Now is the time to plant ilower seed bulbs and plants and we have laid in the largest variety In the county and are disposing of them rapidly XO trouble to show goods or make prices A students lamp beats gas or electricity and is pot nearlyso expensive A beaptiful parlor lamp is an ornament once possessed is never abandoned We have dozens to select from 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 DEATHEKAGE Save money and pet a suit from Stouller marl4tf Sacred concert ioxt week Attend the Rummage Sale Kummage Sale Friday and Satur Ilay Suits from 10 up to measure at Stoulfers mar4tf Send something tj the Rummage SateCi1I and leavo your meabiire at Suwtfers the tailor inarH If Sue rod concert for a charitable purpose next week Try lItHe foul mid Jellico Senii- iiieI Coal nt JeplinK Telephom SI apr44v Fancy shirts in now styles atStonf fers marl4tf Our motto is sirictly cash Best roitries at lowest prices tf R A IUXTKK Mgr Mark the ihwp when you shear tillml The Kentucky Label is the best For samples ahfrrs- F H jAOKSOXjfe CO aprlS 2w Winchester Ky If you have any oak poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell them for cash write or rail on ROY SoiEU Co lIo2 tIm Nicholasville Ky youStiiutler pen Mv guarantee is that every Suit of IthfKslinll iiive perfect satisfaction li fre leaving the slip I do not lhlre for clothe that do not fit CIIAS JACOItS- fel21tf The Tailor Soo Ktonller fn men and hoys clothing warl4tf Something new in Malis ClothIng at has liicolis He has the flnrat lH4ortiuMit nf MiniitiH ovrr brought t Hichmnnd His prices are tho lowiwt SOIl irnoris the lest CtI nnd iuvcMignto fuhlif i to HipgniB Luxon for viliclos and farm WUUOIIK 28uiar4w Great oppoilunity nfrnred to pood reliable men Salary of SIIi per week and expciiRH for mini with rig to intro duce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Unstroyer in tlin country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terreflaute Ind- 28fohly The now cutter iau tit ou at Stoutiera marlltf Agents on sulnrv nf15 por week nd oxp iisfs lho ec ates agent seller fver pnnlut d every stock aud poultry rtier hun it on night HusiliT want ed liefrcme Aililr ss with stamp American Mfg CJo Terre Haute Ind- 2Sfobly J IIJlve suits made by Stonffer mar4tf and A new and latest improved Ration al Cash Register for sale Apply at tIii office lSaprtfITheKentucky HJ4tCKSONCo See the new style hats at Stouffers Before turning out on grass mark you stock with the Kentucky Label- F H JACKSON Co makers apr82w Winchester Ky The Enterprise Grocery will sell houseinU Kentucky nnd other Poems now ready at Perry Thomas Sent pre paid on receipt of price 25 cents to any address PEKRY THOMAS 4apr4w Richmond Ky EenterpriseOroceryou cones for cash than any grocery house in Richmond R A BAXTER Mgr tf Our pure fr sh Oil and Lead best by test Price no higher dryleadGee M Willging A big oratorical contest was held in Lexington the other nicht and the pretty city made to ring with yells of college bo vs these contests are death and destruction to u lot of good railjplitting materiallLancl8ter Re cord Aunt Francis Mitchell aged no colored is cutting her third sot of teeth and hhe is seared about it New teeth are pushing old ones out and she is suf fering no little in convenience by tho peculiar freak nature has taken Stanford Joiuiial Marshall Short inadoa raid in Jackson county and got the following shiners Whit Rose Bob Roee Sam Rose and Jim Whit Rose wan released and the others hold over jailLivingston The fund to pay the expensos of R L Hubble J Alverson and S J Embry who were indicted in the U S court grows distressingly slowly The only money received forthe past month is Sl from that sterling young Demo crat W T Breck By the way those who subscribed will please forward the money Stanford Journal For Rent A neat live room cottage near tIme Episcopal church Price 10 per mouth Apply to Vu EVANS 2iaprtfQuarterly Conrt Quarterly Court met Monday and transacted considerable hiiMiiets For BentI Early grazing or pastuarge clover or clover and timothy Apply to MllS LIVIA iillEGOU- YnprMw Estill Ky New Store at Valley View Mr M F Wharton one of tho clev erott men in the west end has opened a cen eral merchandise store in the de pot store room at Valley View New and True Dentists who extract teeth because they ache should go to school and learn how they should he treated Dr Hob son next door to Government Build ing Richmond Ky julOtf Stoufler the tailor makes suits to fit marl44f For Sale A new Deering Binder just used one season Will sell cheap Also pure Toulouse goose eggs at 50for 12 W G POWELL 8a p rC w Red House Ky For Sale on Easy Terms Pianos or organs for sale on easy payments Will also take hoard as part payment For further information ap ply to Lanes Jewelry store If HGKENT Stamp nooks Are Here The potage stamp hooks heave ar rived nnd are on sale They are con venient for vest pocket use having oil sheets between the stamps which are in sheets of C each 12 24 and 48 to the bok A book ofsiamps no matter how many nre in tIme book cost only one cent above the cost of the stamps For Instance stamps in a hooks cost 25 cents 24 clamps 49 cents 48 stamps 07 cents and so on Wall Paper for 4 and 5c Gilts 6c Dark rich Greens IjRedsandBluesat9c All new hang your paper skillfully at a low price Geo M Willging We Areu Now Ready With the largest and most complete line ofe SHOES HATS S AND MENS- FURNISHINGS Ever brought RICHMOND We have all the New Things andat PRICES thatwiI please you to buys We invite you to call andexamine ourjM Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be convinced that for the same quality of goods we are the CHEAPEST house in RichmondW- RTICE ARNOLD Main Street Richmocd Ky kf atr1Lem h tat i 4tl AMivwsary I 0 0 F Neat invitations are out to the cole OddFellowship14 April S6at 730 pm Old BH Dead Watch a shepherd dog owned by onSundaya highly respected animal haa4omeburial XMUoaceforRtnt desiretoonThirdapply to HENRY L PERUY aprlltf Cone to Housekeeping Mr and Mrs James Dentlierojre moved this week to the farm of Mrs Harriett Campbell near Peytontnwn and have gone to housekeeping Their wee little boy James Jr will soon be managing the farm Taylors Waco Store Burned The general merchandise store of T B Taylor at Waco was burned to the ground at midnight on Friday and the entire much of which was bran 3000lusurancebuild Admitted to the Bar Mr Thomas H Collins a member of the Senior Law Class ofO U has been admitted to the Richmond Bar Possessing a strong good character a Iii e mind and industrious Mr Collins professionSails Hall Interest Mr John Eo Baldwin has purchased a half interest in the grocery ot E DcathIerago and is elbow deep in sugar flour meal etc just as though he Will uprightlots of friends Call and see him The Lowry Case Again on Trial yesterdayMrs Human Million and the case is on EmnbryHerbertPleas Benton Owen Stapner Gee W- HIte James M Bowman W C Fitzpatrick J W Harris and Saw Lackey A FAIR O PEB I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys catalogue that you may have thereby saying you expense of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr DP ARMER Public Training Stable J J Embry and D S Wilcox baytlug joined In partnership for the pur pose of opened a public stable at the fairgrounds Anyone having colts to break or horses to be handled for speed will do well to see llapr3in EMBRY WILCOX Church For Sale The CLIMAX is requested to insert this notice Foil SALE Colored A M E church on High street Richmond Ky a few doors north of the Letch Miller build lug Would make a good hall for en tertainment vRevAll Hands on The MovelWhile the proprietor of the CLIMAX is at Brush Creel surveying his coal mines and the business manager is up on Station Camp coaxing catfish with asnafocdita the editor jumped the train this morning for Chicago to keep from getting lonesome Meanwhile Clyde Charlie Umbrella Jack and the ubiquitous Devil will run the office until the scattered fragments get together for next weeks issue of the Astoniaher Crack Bird Shot Kit Clay formerly of Paris won the championship of Indian Territory re cently at a shoot giveiP by tho Perry Gun Club breaking ninetyfour out of one hundred targets In the cup shoot at fifty targets he broke fortyseven winning the prize and in tho badge shoot at twentyfive targets he finished third breaking twentyone Tho Perry Gun Club has some fine shots among its members says the Bourbon News The McCreary Guards Mustered In Forthe first time since the disbandment of the Irvine Rifles about 1886 Richmond has a company of State Guards On Thursday last Lt ColI Jouett Henryof Hopfemsvillemustered in a company of young men who were chosen from a list of 144 that had signed Dr L J Frazeos call for a company some time Dr Frazee was elected Captain joe Tevis 1st Lieutenant Jennings Maupin 2nd Lieutenant Four Wills During the present term of the Madi son Circuit Court the probating of four wills has been resisted The writing purportine to be the last will of D F Todd was resisted W B Smith attorney for resistanls Those of Jacob Agee and R S Rice were admitted to probate J C aud D M Cheiianlt fur propouulers In Agee case J C Chenault and G W Evans Attorneys fur nropounders in Rice case Nannlerol case continued Estill County Prisoners Duputy Sheriff C T Grinstead T f Ir vine passed through here last week having in charge two prisoners One of the prisoners was Sam Ellison charged with manslaughter and whom he took to time pen to serve a term of 12 years He killed William Woodson of EWtill county The other prisoner was Alvin Maupin white and aged 17 whom he took ID the State Houses of Reform for a threeyears stay Maupin was convicted on a charge of grand larceny Opportunity a Life Time S25000I n cash will be given away 15000 for first prize 5000 for second prize 1000 for third prize and so on 1000 prizes in all making a grand total of 25000 If you are interested SunnySouthRequests for copies should be filed immediately as they will bo filled in the order in which tbov are received THE SUNNy SOUTH Atlanta Ga Sensible Doctrine Instead of reading anybody out of the Democratic party we want to read in all who have been lost strayed or stolen We shall need them all next November every mothers son of them And we want to vote with us all of those Republicans who oppose the in famous Porto Rican the degradation of the Filipinos the trust monsters the riso ot military power and the oppression of the people generally Then we shall elect Bryan and hand the government back to the peo ple Cynthiana Democrat Grafld Jury in Jail To the lIon T J Sxtt We the grand jury appointed for the April term 1000 for Madison county Kentucky Lave visited the jail and re spectfnlly submit the following report keptThegood sanitary condition The food is substantial wholesome and plentiful This prisoners say they are kindly treated and well respectDForeman Local Talent And Prelsesisal ArtWs T6 mrrew Ntfiht Thursday evening 20 at the court houee a literary entertainment under the auspices of the Methodist church will be given by Miss Ida Keam of Cincinnati assl8tedbr Miss Mario Oidbara of nJitlon 20 representatives of th bet home talent Tba program to varied and ia tereeting eioK eomio dialogiws vocal solos riqHII piano aecoopeal- meat a drill And in al- 1evest8witl bea reM aueee Adml i atom smteti hat atteaa aUwd Adult ewte Mri WWNa Ugtitofe c n s It nnt I IN ALL THE NEW ITHINGS IN MENS WEAR I Come and see what we are showing in Eight Ten Irwelvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines of Mwis New y STYLISH SUITSiN- oJ one will give you the value that you will find in fT these goods for the V L PRICEt We are also showing all the new things in Furnish p ing Goods Hats and Shoes And also have some OvercoatsJ V J and will save you money on every article These V same goods will cost you more money next falL e r CovingtonMitcheIIDont ers impose on you by selling you a third or fourth grade as a firstclass paint Examine the label and guarantee if there be one insist on seeing manufacturers list showing grade of goods Willgings own make olpaint 125 per gallon guar antednone better at any price A Card From Mr Moberley Other interests requiring my atten tion have made it necessary for me to dispose of my furniture and nndertak business in Richmond and the en ire stock of unexcelled goods has been purchased by Mr Jo S Joplin Mr Milvvurd Brown who has been asso ciated with me lemains with the new firm and the same attention that has been shown patrons in the past will be continued Thanking my friends for their kindness to me and soliciting their patronage and favor for Mr Joplin S NEVILLE MOIJEULEV Judge Henry Clay Lilly Dies The death of Judge H C Lilly of Irvine removes from Eetill one of 4hie most distinguished citizens that ever lived in her borders In 1854 he was admitted to the Bar and had served in ime State Senate From 1886 to 1892 ie was Circuit Judge and for eight years had been enjoying the quiet of pri vate life He left one daughter Mrs Lou Hume and three sons Judge Will Lilly of Irvine Hon Grant E Lilly ut this city and Rev D Clay Lilly of Alabama who married a daughter of Rev Dr E O Guerrant Judge Lillys wife also survives New Pike An active effort is being made to con struct a pike from Berea to Cartersville crossing the county line about lj miles south from Wallaceton It isalto intended to extend the pike now running through Wallareton so as to connect with the proposed one at the point countyinething not only for Berea Wallaceton and Cartersvillebut also for other towns already connected with them as well us the neighborhoods surrounding them and our citizens most sincerely hope it will succeed says the Lancaster Record Mr Joplin Now In Charge The 10000 stock of furniture coffins etc in the mammoth Moberley Build ing on Main street next door to the Hotel GIvndon was sold by Mr S Neville Moberley to Mr Joseph S Joplin who recently moved here from Omaha Nebraska Mr Joplin is a Kentuckian a gentleman and a bus tier by birth and has ways and means peculiarlyhisried Mrs Rella Unrber Hnuiedaughter of Mr M M Harbor of this city and for several months has been conducting a coal business in this city The furniture business will be more con genial to his tastes and we bespeak tor him a fair share of public patronage suppltmentIssued openlugMr Milward Brown County Coroner and professional funeral director and embalmer will continue with time new firm Piano Recitals Invitations are acknowledged to the following Piano Recitals This first is that of Miss Lila Deatherage assisted by MISB Mosaic Parrish pupils of Mrs G W Pickels at whose residence the entertainment will be given at 4 pm today IBOGRAMUE March In D flatilollaenderWollenhanptDuct BarglelOctavePolonaise Op 40 No LmCbopln HaydnLeDuet Fauit FantasieGounodTi- me second Is also a Piano Recital bv Miss Lizzie Feeny assisted bv Miss Edna jhlegel pupils of Mrs Picket at whose residence the recital will take place at 8 p m nOGnAMME Duet Vate BrtiilntMoukowakITrc- moio Qottsohalk majorPaJereweklCaprice Staccato EtndeRubenatelnCaprlceUubensteinMarctasns Rhapsodle No 2 Huntlne Song Duet Overture Oravlata Verdi The Four Ds Charles Spurgeon once said that there were three great enemies to man dirt debt and the devil He might have added one more d and included dyspepsia The evil results of this di sears could hardly be exaggerated Itseffects are felt in mind and body and are AS far reaching as the effects of the curse that was laid on the Jackdaw of Rheims which WAS cursed in eating and drinking and sleeping in standing and sitting and lying Time good effects of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery are most marked in a ra dyspepalaItIligestivelIuldscraving or gnawing sensation so coin mon to certain forms of indigestion It tonea and regulated the stomach invigorates the torpid liver and gives the blood making glands keen assimi lative newer Golden Medical Dis covery cures ninetyeight per cent of hose who use it Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are superior to all other laxa tive medicines the bowels are oh structed No Maude dear there is not the slightest similarity between the egg plant time chickweed and the crocus In almost every neighborhood them la some one whose life has been MVO by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and IHarrhowi Remedy o who hMDeilfl cured of ebrooio jdiarrhoeft by the HM of that ed clne Such pelltOH1ft ke a poist of talhIs etit oppo- rtunItyelfr b4piai fbMJt asy be i- btmeasssterUvss rttr Ml- b Pesy 1Th c J i Do not gripe nor Irritate the alimen tary canal They act gently yet promptly cleanse effectually and Give ccmfcrSold by all druggists 25 cents It is a good deal easier to pull a mans repntation to pieces than it is to put It togather again A Practicing 1hysician DrCaldwehlsllnprlin It is poor economy to a carriage and pair to save shoeleather- We Dont Want Money Bad We want it good and we will give you value received as is every bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin no matter Julranteeitheadache and stomach trouble Sold by all druggists llaprlm In McCracken county A P Johnson because of illhealth committed suicide by drowning himself in n well Kemarkablo Core of Kbeomatism- KEEVV JackEon Co W Va About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheum tlllm which confined her to her bed for over a uionth and rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs being swollen 10 double their normal size usingChamherlainsed a 50 cent bottle and used it accord ing to directions and time next morning she walked to breakfast without assist alice in any manner and she has not hail a similar attack slnceAB Par sons For sale by Perry A starch combine which will control time starch bulsness of the entire coon try has been formed in New York April Showers Wash away the filth and waste accum ulated during winter In like manner Hoods Sarsaparilla expels from the blood impurities that have been deposited during time season when there has been but little prespir aijon and perhaps constant confine ment in impure and vitiated air It is a boon to tired mothers housekeepers teachers and others spend their time indoors It gives the blood richness and vital ity fittlnc it to nourish and strengthen the nerves muscles and all the great springhumorsbig It is time best medicine money can buy for all diseases caused by impure or impoverished blood You should begin taking it today llaprlm painfullyCuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if yon apply Bal lards Snow Liniment Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 4aprlm It would puzzle anonion to under stand what there is about a rose that people like takingUnodsSarsaparihla up your health and prevent serious ill tic Friendship gives no license to dispose of courtesy Imnt Be Funny It does not pay If you have a good thinK tell it right out Dont use false means to attract attention We say right out and we mean it too that Dr Caldwellfc Syrup Pepsin will cure every case of stomach trouble It will stop any pain caused by indigestion it knocks out sick headache by attacking the cause of the complaint to digest your food no matter what you eat OsgoodMo Oct 28 1899 Pepsin Co Monticello 11- 1Oentlemen I have usl Syrup Pepsin for some time and find it gives most excellent results and it is oue of the greatest selling preparations I have ever carried in stock I do not hesitate recommend it Very Respt Dr T Jones Sold by all druggists llaprlm Liverpool is the greatest foreign distributing point for American apples The Noblest Mind The best contentment has Yet bow ever noble in mind no man or woman can have perfect contentment without physical health The blood must be pure and the stomach and digestive organs in good ordor Time best means for this purpose Is Hoods Sar eaparilla It promptly cures all blood humors and eruptions and tones up the system The favorite cathartic Is Hoods Pills 25 cents It is said that lOOOOO Italian laborers find employment in Switzerland Many people suffer untold tortures from piles because of the popular im reasion that the cannot be cured fablers uckeerHe Ointment will cure them It has met with absolute success Price 25 emits in bottles 75 cents tubes Perry Thomas4aprlm The import of crude rubber to this country more than doubles annually Tetter SURh m aad Kcaema The intense sad fuel 1JayedbrftIybedaefkais equally oMci ut tot Itching piles said a remedy fer aoreclpple chappedhaa fveet sore ef k S3et par tax Jftr CMfyY CmtitfcM Fmrfen are Jwt wkataboraeiaisd irhw ht bad condition Tonid pwttar sdwiifigs ThIT pare i JIoibat MdictM weA UM m to M to Iat to n to id immtmi Jf M it 1 THE LADIES TAILORMADE SUIT DEPARTMENT AT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE ECZEMA Poisons itching treatment Has beyond expectation of proprietors therefore redoubled their energies entire new are showingat present most complete line of Fine Medium Tailormade placed anybody JUtfIullMBIIViv 1250 1500 Tailormade beauties worth many instances price them WE ARE ALSO SHOWING ELEGANT LINE OF FJNELACECURTAINSwill be a treat to any lady to see our assortment Fine Lice Curtains comprise all the new things Point Do Callie Myrionetts Batenburgh Lace and inserting effects Irish Points etc and see our Curtains before buying money CARPETSCARPETSYou dont have to leave home to buy a Fine Carpet We have most complete line shown in Richmond haye all best things in Ingrains Tapestrys Moquettes Brussels Brussels Axminsters etc Full line of Linoliums Oilcloths Oil etc Our prices on this line of goods are much lower than can be had anywhere We have the largest line of Matting ever shown in city Our prices commence at lOc for a good matting SHOES AND SLIPPERSare showing a line Fine Shoes and Slippers that cant be surpassed any shoe stor and in order to introduse our line of shoes more thoroughly we are making some SPECIAL CUT PRICES in this line Dont fail to look through our Shoe Department You will be surprised at Fine Quality of our and Childrens Shoes and our prices will be an eyeopener you see are MT a a a S a 1iMPLES CUllED BY B B Free to Sufferers Does yonr skin itch and burn Dis tressing on the skin so you feel to be seen in Do scabs and scales form on the skin hair or scalp Have yon Eczema Skin sore and cracked Rash form on the skin pain in the skin Boils l Bone pains Swollen joints hair All run down Skin pale Old sores Eatinc sores Ulcers All these are of Eczema and and in the Blood To cure to stay take B B B Botanic Blood 15ulm which makes tho blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal of eczema to stop forever the skin to be come clear and the sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for tested for 30 years Onr readers aro advised to try K B B For sale by at per large bottle six large bottles limIt 5 direction with each bottle So sufferers may test It a trial bottle given away for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 438 Mitch ell street Atlanta Ga your and Free personal medical ad vice given 2 Most of the good jokes are old ones if you only knew it been a success far the the have put in an lot of and the and Suits ever on sale by I See our 750 1000 and line of are and in the we ask for AN It of Call we will save you the ever We the this We of by the to t+ are t American t This is up to 1 be most fitter most comfortable of 4 all one j + +i of of and and of are by of worms atid with 25 rents some comes as in a very Time in the We id the best in tho A few ago we a cold and hav ing rend in our own ant we a to see if it us It us the was more thnn halt It Is tho best out for and Tho Ind Fur sale by an to open the safe In the at fits of mel low and that oven Is due to the with bilo will time and eta OUR DRESS GOODS are of to see themOUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT is of can fit anybody are all If to a or of us a Thanking for past favors and hoping our BUSY CASH STORE respectfully W n OLD AM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWN ITCHING HUMORS Bottle eruptions ashamed company Prickling Pimples Falling symptoms cured breath Thoroughly Complete Write Describe troubles They Suits Ladies Priced Ladies Suits they double They Boby Velvet shades Ladies large Ladies druggists We agents for The Lady Corset i Corset given the perfect and Corsets try Ht + you you BEE Impurities Mothers Beware those secret robbers your babys quiet health Those sleeplessnights long hours tiresome vigil caused those terrible enemies childhood Destroy remove them Whites Cream Vermifuge Price Perry Thomas 4aprlm Good fortune timed tosee shabby looking carriage Best World believe Cough Remedy world weeks suffered with severe anda troublesoinc cough there advertisements other papers purchased bottle would effect cured before bottle used medicine coughs colds Herald Anderson Perry Thomas 4aprlm Burglars made unsuccessful attempt blow Peoples Batik Jardwell Those horrid depression ancholy spirits sudden irrita iity sometimes afflicted goodtempered people blood being permeated black Herhlne pnrify blood restore health cheerfulness Price Perry Thomas 4nprlmI and Pretty Wash Fabrics the talk the town You cant afford not chuck full good things for Men Boys and Children We anyway Our prices styles and quali ties fitters you expect need suit pair pants give trial to at soon we very Chamberlains J rI U FENCE H or New In Farm Fence JKyfive oak slats to the rod Tnis the original patent COIL MadisoncountybeforeAgents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal Hay Feed Lime Salt Cement et- cLETCHER will1ITELEPHONE 142 For coughs and colds there is no medicine so effective as Coussens Hon remedyPrlco25Thomas 4aprlm The postmen of London walk to ether something JIke 48360 miles a day i r 1l j 4 1 l r I j t ri j i j t is i u Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of euri ness and lassitude To dispel this feel jTlmomasThe unsuccessful man consoles him self with tho thought that lots of men are to brilliant to become famous eHe H8H t1 ++ H W + I H t1 If R GRAND OPENINGIOF I SPRING SUITINGS r4 WE HAVE THE CHEAPEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF PIECE GOODS TO tOW YOJJ p COMEGET YOUR PICK4I- I We take your measure and guaratttee you a perfect fit or no sale Suits to j 4 your measure at from 1200 up Over 300 patterns to select from at V 7 R + = = + I- pj B STQUFFERSH Jtaiov 7- 1 4TBE L 4t I f l i tr r = ft jf11C ji tiJ tl2 The Richmond Climax tJC CQENAULT Proprietor t A D MILLER Business Manager I c E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1000 PUBLISHED KVRWEDNK8DAT BY The Climax Printing Co PRICK PKt1EAR 150 THE Lexington Leader says that Tom Campbell and Justus Goebpltwo Ohio Republican are now in the die and riding the Kentucky Democ racy for all the old party will stand Democracy is not making a kick Assassins and their sympathizers please take notice TilE country will refuse to believe that Governor Taylor of Kentucky is guilty of complicity in the murder of William YorkSnn The least that can be said is Taylor shielded the assassins pardoned the Buspccls disbanded the Legislature and otherwise acted the crazy man REFERRING to the indictments of Thy lor Powers Co Billy Breckinridges Lexington Herald 1138 An indictment in law does not even raise thepresump tlon of guilt How about the pre sumption of guilt rained by Powers don in advance Finleys night 001 dnns confession and Taylors secret illusion to Washington WIIEX it is understood that Franklin county is about equally divided be tween the two parties it will be seen the political ratio of 10 to 2 which occurred in of the crand jury was entirely accidental Louisville News Why you old fool you Franklin county had a Democratic majority of 1200 last year and there is no where it will go to at the next election Frankfort Democrat- VOItKNGM1N who voted for McKinley four years ago says the New York Evening lostare turning against him now because thn party is doing nothing against the trusts Just so Perhaps they think the trusts are getting all the prime benefits of the pro vailing prosperity The farmers know that the prices of their products have not advanced in proportion to the tremendous sums they pay for articles which they are compelled to buy from the trusts TUB Republican party must go before the in tho Congressional and Presidential elections of next fall on the platform of free rum antI taxed bread free rum and taxed clothing free rum and taxed medicines It can not escape this disastrous issue which has been avowed in thA acts of thin Ox nard faction in thin Senate and lisa been specifically set forth by the leader of the Republican party in the House Do the liuiublicans of the Middle Vust imagine that they can stand on this plunk next fall Do thin Republi can Representatives from the MiR issin pi Valley believe that they ran ho reelected on the issue of free rum taxed bread and broken faith The above was not written by nfree silver Bryan antitrust editor but by the thick midthin Republican Chicago Inter Ocean which is daily setting fire to McKinl y fe Co for deeds done in the tlesh biidenongh to cause Old Abe to turn over in his grave THE conduct of alh who have par ticipated in the pre4nt struggle hits bfenextremeiy jmrlistii II one can anyDeiiocratand took a stand for Republicans we will stand on our head a month Pantagraph The Pantagraph owes us fifty cents already for solving one of its civil ser rice problems and ve dislike to have to stand its editor on his head for a mouth although such gymnastics would give his feet u mug needed rest but we will undertake to give more than one Instance in the present cam paign where a Demorat took a stand for the Republicans Judge Jores of the Nelson Circuit Court decided pointblank against his party in the fa nioiis Nelson county case where 1800 votes for Taylor might liuve been wronginitialsvale of election Of course Jndgu singleilistafleeHon W T Harris of this countv was given his seat in the Legislative con test with unit W W Combs Democrat Another IB Jude Toneys famous liiiisville injunction orders Another in Judge Watts Parker instructions to the Favette grand jury in which he lilted for the indictment of the man who struck Oaleb Pownrs Inor and Ellis took n stand for the Repnbli ems when they issued the certificate of election to tho Republican nominees fur State nllie Thin Paiitagraph will please gallus up its pants plug up its mouth and htand on its Pate =c = S C1F1BroverCo11LIxINGro by their Curtains Ye Shall Know Them To tile pausing public the curtain Is an advertisement of thin family dwelling within To thin dwellers within it risapirt yhejfraine nf the rpom as well aatho medium through which light w filtered It must therefore as a frame bofin harmony with the fnrn ishinep mid as afllter be of a material and color designed to soften sunshine without obscuring it As an announce nient eoncenrhip n jionsehold to way faror journrying by it shonld be cheerful pr tty and iu good taste When that rare and conclusive quality known is puljlin spirit is hatter level oped no hdiiKfwifit will fiel that she doe her duty in that station In life to which it tins pleased heaven to call her unless her windows are In a sthail 1 way lessons In the art of decoration In connection Avith the above it is well to rememlor that not only are KtainingH to be obtained here in well nlfh cndlei variety ttlit advice and BUggestioiTs as lo their selection aud use as welIthli latter too from a mau who lisa made interior decorations n 111s3Btudy We have furnished several model rooms on our third floor Como jn and see thorn CFrBrowiCo MJL1N AND BROADWAY 1Yjf 2 b newspaperthefor neatness newsinesa a dlyatem tie arrangement is withoHtl superior And best of all it is a Democrat a plaat that is not indigenous ta that climate lilT is really gratIfying to know there is some independence among Republi cans but it is with regret that we fail to see any of this admirable quality in tho Democratic party Pantasraph Our neighbors memory is as short as its gratitude is small Hut for the independence of the Democrats Bryan would now he President i but for the Independence of Democrats John Yonng Brown had never lead a cor porals guard cut of his party smut made possible the election of Taylor Jude pendence is n characteristic of Democ racy In It its a rule the people rule and not the bosses The Pantograph had special reference independence of the two Republican Judges of the Court of A pa1s votine with the Democrats in the Gubernatorial con RepublicanFederal Circuit Judge Field construed the law to be on the side of the Goebel Democrats it should be a matter of pride to Appellatecourage of their convictions to uphold the law in the face of partisan clumor for an adverse decision TilE persuasive eloquence of the silver tongued Breckinridco has saved many a murderers neck from the noose and the evidence is nut lacking that his services will be required before long to stay the wrath ot outraged justice upon the conspirators and assassins of William Goebel So long as lie acts as a lawyer in the courts defending them or for any other acts us an attorney we have no right to censure him But as a private citizen and as an editor who is presumed to teach good morals and respect for the law he is not at liberty to defend assawnis and uphold their dark deeds with impunity It is a perversion of a high position to a base end an insult to intelligent lawabiding people and is but little less than a violation of the liberty of the press It is shame TIle Kentuckian who would twine a wreath about the brow of one of the most eloquent orators of modern times must shrink from paying homage to him who daily debases his talents in parallelinthat all Kentuckians once bad in this gifted son is replaced by disgust He has dedicated his pen and voice to the overthrow of Democracy and in that vain hope he has entered upon a de Uemocracysleader prisoned without bail he will be re nominated and elected by a large majority this fall He declares further that if the Supreme Court refuses jurisdiction or affirms the judgment of our appellate court and Governor Taylor is indicted it will consolidate the Republican party i will heal the ds re utal le dissension in Louisville and Kenton and wi I bring out every Re publican it will do far more It will obliterate every other issue from the canvass it will eliminate every nation al question it will divide Kentucky sharply on that one issue Tens of thousand nf Democrats will under indignant suffrage any candidate or ticket which stands for that crime And vtt Col Breckinridge utters not one woidot condemnation of a heinous crime already committed directly or indirectly by the very ping in whose defense he is expending his energies and sacrificing his respectability And for what Does he believe or know that Mr Taylor is innocent of any knowledge of or participation in the plot to kill a citi zen of Kentucky who was contesting in a institutional peaceful manner for rightsOrman so saturated with malice toward politiCilsee it dead and damned and the assassins of its gallant leader returned to the places they have so foully disgraced On this vain hope adulterers murderers this advocate vile assassins fly distinctlyColoneldorse assassination and unlawful pro puttovindicate murderers and usurpers the battle open and Damned be who first cries Hold Enough heI PERSONAL Mr Allen Zaring is out again Mr Jesse M Alvereon was here on Sunday Miss Earie Chenault is home from LexingtonMiss Gentry is visiting rela tives at Ford Mr and Mrs J W Fox are back from Georgia I Mr Brutus White is dangerously ill of pneumonia Mrs Lena Baldwin Shanks has returned to Stanford Miss Sallie White is visiting Miss Martha Clay at Parjs Mr James Bennett was in Lexington tho first of the week recoveringfrom Miss Sallie Marshall of Paducah is Witil3I8J s Collins homefromMia Sue Hume is with Miss Eliza both Woodford at Paris Mr Hugh Mc lwaine has returned fqnii a trip to New York friendshere inILexington much improved MonthyspentseveralMr A D Miller wife and daughter are expected home to day frcm EtilL Mrs S L Tudor of Irvine was the SmithlastMiss Mary Belle Millet is visiting her sister Mrs Robert Millor on Lancas ter avenue Mis8Florrie Chcnanlt is at hO leafier a pleasant visit to Miss Jean Amsden at Versailles Mr 0 C Wallace is in Nicholasville whoisMr and Mrs T So Hagan have re JWmovlugnorth of the fair grounds UichmondIsN Sharp Shelby Sentinel Miss Carlisle P Walker has returned to Miss Armstrongs school Cincinna ti after the easter holidays Mis Louise Kauffman of Richmond college spent easter with her mother KautluianLancasterRecord Mrs Bottle McPherson who has been with relatives in this county for several weeks has returned to her home at Stanford Dr W Foster of Central University was railed upon last Monday week tr inOhlutwelveyearolddaughter pMoberley edtl6xlpop byoIJeJowlandbeautiful little dhter Efflewtbgisetsof Mi MiJI4e Fife JCW F hatcJ OO jI SA sAr r CREATES AN APPETITE AIDS DIGESTION P past week and entertained her schoolmate MisS Will Anna Craven of New- Castle Woodford Sun Mr Duke Gordon a handsome thin space of this office is knocking fish galleywest on the ennny side of Station Camp At last report he had caught a and the train for home The Prandennial Club meets Friday night with Prof J Gordon Paxton at the office of Hon J B McCreary The class for the evening is Sanderson Foster Crooke Dunn and Paxton Miss Sallie White of Richmond is visiting Miss Martha Clay near this eityMisses Sue Hume of Rich mond and Mary Woodford of Mt Sterling are guests of Miss Elizabeth Woodford Bourbon News Miss Grace Gi instead now of Rich mond and Gilbert rinstcndof the sante city spent several days with their sister Mrs E H eAzleyMiss Eva Lammers of Richmond will arrive today to visit Miss Sue Willie Hall Stanford Journal Mr W Walker Tevis returned home Thursday from Lawrenceburg where he 7lsited his brother Frank Tevis a merchant there Mr Tevis reportsthe critical illnfess of Miss Dovie Burton who is very low with acute neuralgia From a Mexico Missouri paper we see that our popular former citizen Lee Hart is in the swim both in a business and social sense Lee formerly lived in Richmond where his father Wm Hart conducted tho Garnett House The family still reside at Som erset Ky Dr Phelps Collins of Westcliffe has been appointed physician and sur geon for the Hermit mine and we de sire to state that a better appointment could not have been made The Doc profesMonfect typeTbn Westcliffe Colorado Tribune J II Burton of Montgomery Ala a few days horn returning from spent Richmond where bo went to take J H Shackeliord Mr Shabkelford who is employed in the L N yards at Alabamas Capital was run down by an engine and had both bones of his leg broken above the ankleStanford Journal Mrs W L Neale is contemplating a trip to Detroit in a few days for an absence of a few weeks during which time Miss Mary Ncale will be with her aunt Mrs Archibald Goodloe of Ash landpVenue Mrs Cateshy Woollord of Paris and Mrs Nelson Prewitt Gay of Winchester are among the visitors here today I xiugton Leader 18 Mrs Howard Neale of Richmond Ky is with her son Mr James Neale at St Josephs Hospitallr Marshall Gnerrant lisa gone to Lawrence biirg to accept position with the distilleries and warehouse trustMrs- H A Bronston of Richmond Kv is the guest of her daughter Mrs D A Chenault on West Main street Lex ington Herald Mr MiUon Elliott of Mayfield has been in the county for several days He says his brother Prof Nathan Elliott is Btuiling law at Illinois Wes leynn University where although he is temporarily blind be is taking front in classes He has a friend read to him and as he hiss a fine memory now more acute than ever he is not suffering in comparison with the standing of his more fortunate companion RELIGIOUS The women of a Presbyterian church at Cleaveland Ohio decided to forego easter hats and dresses and give the money thus saved to wipe out the church debt and 1600 was raised SundayA Sunday Meeting of Tales Creek Association will be held with the Mt Tabor Church next Saturday and Sunday There will be dinner on the ground Satunlay Thin meeting is SundayScuoolsmissions An appropriate program has been prepared Let everybody who can attend those meetings MARRIEDIIAL- LzrANDncCALPEApril 17 in ond Ky Dr Harry T Mailman of Waco was married to Miss Amelia T Duncalfe of Philadelphia Pa The ceremony was performed by Rev Edgar Carpenter assisted by Rev J RHowes of Waco The couple left immediately for their future home at Waco where the groom is a rising physician BIRTHS TIIOKPE To the wife of John H Thorpe 011 April 18 a fine boy JENKINS To the wife of Grnmlison Jenkins April 17 a 10 pound son KEITH There are in Richmond a number of attached friends of that sterling South Carolinian William H Keith a popular 0 U student of 93 who will rejoice to hear of the Valentine that arrived at hi home at Tim moudville S C on February 14a bouncing baby boy properly named for his proui papa Athousaud blessings Upon this happy home DEATHS DYKES Mrs Mildred Dykes widow of Luther Dykes deceased and step niother of James 11 Dykes of this city died at Lexington Wednesday and was buried at Winchester GtnrsW H Gaines aKed74 died WIEDeceased was the father of Mrs W S Pryor Jr Mrs W E Muncey Miss 111NeffrankfortITER Dlw Thomas Baxter aged fortyfour senior member of the firm of JmXtel McClure the well correspondentsoLexington home about four oclock Tuesday mourn ing April 17 by stabbing himself with d pair of xcissora and eliootiiiR himself in the left breast It is believed that writing PO much about the tioebel mur her unbalanced bin mind He imagined that x fficer8 were trying to arrest him Deceased was l orn lit Cleveland Clays Ferry and has H brother in this city W T Adams formerly of the CLIMAX now editor of the Win chester Sun says of his friend Iknew Tom Baxter I knew him well and the more I knew him the moral was impressed with his sterling qual ities It was Torn Baxter who in nil tbetruthlluckedthestead It was Tote Baxter whom no one knew but to love him It was Tom Baxter who was my friend faithful amid jnstto me It was not Tom Baxter who took up arms against himself and ended his life no full of the milk of 1m man kindness so endowed with the gifts of nature tempered and smoothed by careful training and practicai educa tion Among those present from out of the city were Senator G B Cockrell formerly of Mt Sterling and now of- Ciunberland Gap the fotber of Mr Baxtws first and grandfather of JUies Jeakie Baxter and W H Baxter a brother and wife from Richmond There are thirteen men lRth TJiaJted MrVopdlQIItiltlUJMll rtiWf tI I IIif b 1 FETei Vista For Hanging Thojnrv In the case of Dor Lowrv who is charged with assisting Mrs Hn mnn Million were out two days and nights hut were unable to agree and on Friday afternoon Judge fcoit IiIcharged them Of the twelve jnrors two Messrs J L Griggs and Walter Brock were for twenty years while these ten were for extreme penalty hanging Irvine Scrivener Jos Az bill Sam Shearer Brack Manpin Tames Noland Joe Deatherage Jake Yates Wm Wells Thomas Curtis and Eugene Burcin The above statement is authorized by one of the jurors Judge Scott set the case for another trial yesterday No GameSchedule On account of rain there was no aaron here last Friday between C1J and KUThefollowing schedule of games has been arranged by manager Dednmn by which four Lamp will be played on the home diamond April 262728 University of Tennes see at Knoxville May 4 Miami University at Rich mond May 12 Geogetown College at GeorgetownMay eutre College at Richmond May 26 Georgetown College at Rich mond June 2 State College at Richmond I June 9 Centre College at Danville Special Rates to Louisville Spring meeting New Louisville Jockey Chub May 3191000 May Musical Festival Louisville May 1416 1000 For the Jockey Club meeting the Louisville Atlantic railroad will sell tickets to Louisville on May 2nd to 18th with final limit May 21st at rate of one and one third fare for the round trip and on May 3 10 and 19 with limit for return two davs from date of sale at rate of one fare for the round trip For the Musical Festival tho L A railroad will sell tickets May 14th 15th and for morning train of the 16th with limit May 17th at rate of one fare for the round trip C M BROWNING OIA homan uacreu onceri A grand sacred concert will be held in this city shortly that will be quite a brilliant Sangerfest and we are as cured that the promoters hope to have something exceedingly tine It will be for the benefit of charity and on ac count of the free use of thepipe organ at the First Presbyterian church that edifice will be used for the exhibition The concert will be in charge of Mrs Harry B Hanger and Mrs J T Akors assisted by the best of local musical talent They also have the promise ol a solo from Mrs A R Burnam of Frankfort n full program wilt be pub probaWyor 5 Friday or Saturday of next week Power of Song Exemplified Felix White started South the other day intending to locate He got as far as and he attended church at night The choir sang that good old song with deepest unction God be With us Till Wo Sleet Again Theead refrain carried him back to home and friends and fearing that something forgettoStriking for the depot got back to mamma and papa the next day At least this is the tale that Willie White tells This is equal almost to the story that Editor Louis Landram told on two of the young men of his county He said they started to join tIme army and go to the Philippines but decided alter reaching Stanford to go to Brodhoad instead Stanford Journal Attention Confederate Veterans Madison County Confederate Veter sits met at the court house in Rich AprilH13elongingand Thomas B Collons Camp were present The meeting adjourned to assemble again on the 5th ot May which is the first Saturday in May at the court house in Richmond Ky All Confederate Veterans residing in Madi presenttopresented and make arrangements to attend the Nation Reunion of Confederate Veterans which will convene at Louisville May 30 1000 DAVID CHENAUIT Captain D WaIler Chenanlts Camp N B DEATUERAGE Captain TnCollins Camp Gen Clay Sells His Famous Sheep Herd General Casius M Clay the greatest sheep raiser in America has sold his fine herd to Messrs James W Smith and Joe ChenanUaiul was paid a large sum in gold for his choice animals in sayslieget into his lien in 62 yearshavlng red to the finest imported bucks he had the purest strain of Soutlidowns it the land In this particular he gave to Madison county the distinction conferred upon her by the late lamented Col Thou S Moberley proprietor of the famous Forest rave Herd of short worldlUmous sheep we are glad to note that thin county will retain the entire herd and Messrs Smith and Chenault already noted as progressive and sue cesstul farmers liars stepped up into the front rank of the finest sheep breeders of the world Rummage Sale On Friday and Saturday April 27 and 28 there will be a Rummage Sale at the store house recently occupied by the Candy Kitchen below the State Bank Trust Co under the auspices of the ladies of the Richmond of ConfederacyThenations ofnll articles that are not absolutely worthless but that are of no use or value to the owner Old books hats articles of clothing household furniture eggs buttercountry product of all kimetc etc etc The following is a committee of ladies appointed by the Chapter to so licit contributions and receive them Mrs A Wilk fBSmUbMre L D Clark Mrs Lewis P Todd Mrs Jj G Bar hour Mrs Joe Bales Mrs L J Frazee Mrs Walter Azbill Mrs John Donel 80n1Irs A B Zernow The room will be opened this morning at 9 i oclock for all contributions Rec rd Breaking Sale ef Hereford Cattle TUESDAYS SALE IN DETAIL 13 buns Bold for 1271 average 0198038S3 cows sold for 22745 average of 688 S3 68841Highesthighest priced Cow Thomas 956OQOT- he dispersion sale Of the famous Fairview herd of Hereford cattle corn amphlthieatm til1itdIlYstation says the DroVeTs Journal Chicago vait auditorium was crowded with stockmen front Maine to California not a prominent breederof whitefaced cattle butwhat was represented attbe purebredIt was expected that the dispersion eventingregation of Herefords were nevoc before offered on the block in this coon Jry the collection including the cham pion prize winning aimalsof the last historythatpnrizmiu IaIMl alao the swee- pate prizes iu UN giving the herd a Uodlftg for jfeow YI4kI GOUI ma = iW ha4i1i S i ft1LLAZ H J a irijglo touch promptly relieves distress and all other dyspeptic symptoids It makes rich pure blood gives strong steady nerrcs K A Naves importation In 1C99 TC nrcfenllnc the tops of time best herds in Enclnnd purphawd to strengthen the lVlrvinw exhibit at the expositions in 1000 All reconls for the sale ring of Amer ica wore broken Tuesday last when the celebrated champion bull Dale C6481 was knocked down to Clem Graves Bunker Ind for 7500 O B Harris Harris Mo was the contend inn bidder The highest previous price paid for a Hereford bull in thin cOlin was 7000 for Imp Grove 3id pur chased bv Adam Earl Tho highest priced domestic bred males wore Thickset and Sir Bredwell bred by T F B Sotham Chillicolhe Mo and sold respectively for 51DO and 5000 When Harry Yoemans was manager of time Iowa Cattle Company nn oder of- i7 000 was declined for Sergeant Major by Rudolph son of Imp Grove 3rd Rupolph was purchased in England for the Wyoming Hereford Cattle Associa tion and hnsflttained an enviable repu tation as a sire Indiana led in lie buying two bulls and eleven cows going Into her borders Iowa was a close second with twelve purebredIllinois was well represented taking nine of the offerings four males and five females Montana enriched her im portant cattle industry with one hull and seven cows tho breeders of Mis souri wero next on the roll taking four of the prizes followed by Canada with boingdislrihutedKentucky and Kansas- TurlcyPetidleton Nuptials It was a genuine surprise to his many friends when the news reached hero Wednesday that Mr Jolts Tar son of Mr and Mrs GIn Turley this city hall that afternoon married in Winchester The Winchester pa pers speak thus ot tlm occurrence The Democrat says BEAUTIFUI HOME WEDDING Mr John Wesley Turley and Miss Anna Swift Pendleton were united in marriage at the Court View Hotel Wednesday afternoon in the presence of a number of relative and a few oth er friends Rev B B Bailey in a most beautiful ceremony pronounced the words that united for life two lov ing hearts The parlors were beauti fully arrayed and the wedding march was played by Miss Bessie Tnrley of groomThea beautiful traveling costume of gray cloth and carried a bognet of pink roses Shortly after the ceremony the bridal couple left for Richmond where they will reside liThe groom is a splendid young man liverybusinessono of his brothels being cashier of the cityThe ol Judge and Mrs F P Pendleton and Winchester society never lost a sweeter or more lovely member Cheerful and affable she ia the sunshine of every company and our sister city is to be congratulated this addition to their society The Sun adds Air John W Turley and Miss Anna Swift Pendleton were married vester parlorsB Bailey iu a short but most beanti ful ceremony plighted the vows that made them one in life as in heart The wedding was very quiet and only relatives of the contracting parties and a few friends were present The parlors were beautifully decorated with flowers The bride was graceful and charming in a beautiful gray tailormade travel big dress Thin wore the conventional blHckfThe brido is tim oldest daughter of Judge F P Pendleton proprietor of the Court View Hotel She is one of Winchesters loveliest and most attrac tire young ladles whose affable manners Iud sunny disposition mado her always a favorite in society Mr Tar hey is one of Richmonds most thorough young business men a son of Green B prominentTnrley cashier of the State Hank l Stust Coof Richmond After receiving the congratulations of their friends the happy couple left on the 680 train for Richmond their future homo The CLIMAX endorses the above kindly comments made upon the manyfriendsthin bride to our COnmnuity Pressing Need ol Our Schools An Apperj For Madison Institute As was previously announced the time usually devoted to the sermon was devoted last Sunday morning ut the Christian church to a consideration of the interests of Madison Institute After the communion service and thin weekly offering the Rev Mr Lloyd pastor ol the church introduced the subject for the morning with a short lmlhnsizedschools and of schools heavily citlovied by individuals cburch schools had been able to maintain an existence only by virtue of the selfsacrifice oniie princi pals mid the faculties He stated that the income from tuitions not more than half the cost of the hull ranfiideration of this fuel he exhorted the alumni and the alumna of all schools to be ever mindful sujd responsive to the needs of their Amm Mater endowmenttorintroduced Miss LlOyd the principal of tho school Miss Lloyd spoke of the history of the school fur the past six years of its present status mid its ambitious and needs for the future Sheshpwed the lnce of Madison In educationalconcmy of the community in the educational system of time countrv She gave nit account of jts succeslfnJtruJgles for more room equipment higher etandards and proper recognition both at home and Following Miss Lloyd Prof Clark Principal of our QJty School said that OitySchoolhad been wholly unable to eolvf anti Unitwas how to attain tile mental development of boys and girls between eighteenteacltlngthe larger cities separate high schools rlrlliEverydevelopmentbecause each haor the other Before they theyhiavelostJust interest ordiscouragement abandon psufliclentmidst a separate school for girls setforThe bright child is held hack und so only time but does not roceire net proper stimulub The dull child can indildualttertlon atidlargerto deiU with tho exceptionally bright trod exceptionally dull and si should be maintained There is a feeling astir in Kentucky to endow a school for girls will receive the endowment that I l08t progressive and in best condition to profit by it Richmond has a gooi showing Is exeepionahly f fa School becauke of ho vellltt antI other jCOiMklentuona maybeeIJIjoIH dl iM1 i I which he gave the history of his con JAUonfttfth tilobhcind1Tfronl Itliisali that the 5135fthe ctnaUYMvedhimdaughters beside the pleasure nd cwn fortbo liwl had eduealiBjfhW dasgh are4Hozens of the community because the advantage was to The church he represented and with which the school is identified had been liberal wjtb educational enterprises led otherreligious b and lie bespoke eir aid In this movement to forward the interests of Madison Institute Mr TE Baldwin gave an account of the financial history of the school and declared it to show a masterful piece of financiering He was confident that not only the 4100 be to pay a mortgage debt raisedItime property but the desired the school mi bt become owner thatmurniture and apparatus andenjoy the benefits of needed improvements T9AGERSVILLE People are beginning to peel tan bark Mr Luther Park has returned from Middle town O fro Algin Arvine entertained a crowd of youngsters last Sunday Miss Mamie and Mr J n Wagers have been vfeitiiig rellltlves at Dug lUll Mrs Mutt Irvine was the guest of Mrs Harry Edwards last Wednesday pnshiugTime country roads are now passable and the click of the tie wagons is heard once more- MrsJonah Wagers who has been weeksisPAINT ZIGK Mr C F HipgTns visited friends here this week Dr Woods Montgomery died at his home in Garrard Sunday night S A Wallace returned lust week from a pleasant visit to Lexington Mrs C B Encleman is visiting her sister Mrs EdNorris in Lancaster Sir Crutcher Henderson continues dangerously ill at his home near Lowell Rev L jrEchols preached at Leaf Sunday afternoon to an appreciative congregationMrs E higgins arrived from Dayton 0 last week and is now with her daughter Mrs Wm Wallace Miss Marion Gibbs after a delight ful visit to Miss Jennie Parkes has returned to her school in Cincinnati hMisses Anne Wallace and Watkins two very attractive young ladies from Point Leavell were guests in our midst Saturday Mr and Mrs J S Robinson were welcomed home this week from an ex tended trip through the Southland Georgia Florida and the Carolinas where they have spent the winter Messrs Sautly Hughes and Herbert Kinnardof Lancaster James Arbuckle spentSundaysesses decided attractions for our neigh boring cities 100 REWARD S100 Time readers of this paper will be pleased to learn tint 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 tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment HaW Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly npon the tripod and mucous surfaces of the thereby destroying the- foundation ot the disease and giving time patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature proprietorshaveers that they offer S100 for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEy tr CO Toledo O Sold by all drucrgists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are thn best aprlm A STIFF FRONT while desirable can be very nncomfor table if not PROPERLY J LAUNDERED Dress shirts in fact all shirts should be sent to th- eRichrrod LaUDdnj for treatment Then time york will be lone perfectly Fronts collars culls and wristbands made stiff but pliable beautifully white and free from dirt and specks No better work anywhere RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY 3 4 Mine HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR fVfr DRESSMAING Accordeoh and e3 Knife Plaiting RICHMOND KYlprlSt FOR EASTER YOU WANT v Neat Nobby Nice Dress 6oods c AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT WE HAYE THEM AN D THAT OUR P1UCES ARE RIGHT 7kE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SILK GINGHAMS AT 39C- YlJIlI 4few patterns of Japanese Wash Silks at 49c their real value is GOc catcn DoiIt 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 8135 will speak for them selves when you see them Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts 99c Ladies 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material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory H S STOUT D IL Slicriii Ciller One Door East of W DOld ham on Main Street feb2lly VervNew 4Is OUR LINE OF 1901OVlL a f 1 Which we have recent ly adcled 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 purchasingelse where as we pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Kespt PERRY tHOMAS UCCtUORITO 9 213 Main Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 73 JanlTly 2 3 or YOUR LIFE Is spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that will be a comfort Some people go about complaining about their shoes hurting their feet This can all be avoided if you buy your shoes from us Our NEW SPRING and STMMER Stock of SHOEShav- earrived and we are ready to serve you TilE FINEST AND BEST IN LADIES SIIOES We have an excellent time New coined styles The shoes everybody wantRE HERE Remember we can dojust a little better than others best Come init will only ftike a few minutes to show you AND DONT FORGET about our line of childrens shoes New StylesNew GoodsSAME LOW PRICES OUR MENS SHOES Are just a little ahead of style We never in all our past years of experience in the shoe business offered a finer line of Stylish Shoes We also have an extra good line of Heavy Shoes Call and see us Youre always welcome FREEMAN BROSoppMSBaERICHMOND KY S A WILSON P II M PliES C M KENNEDY P M IL SECY RICHMOND SCHOOL AND INFIRMARY OF MAGNECTIC llEALIN RICHMOND KY We teacL and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING aodoes Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We treat any anti all diseases without the use of drugs or medicineCome and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT KyBranchAddress all correspondence to C M KENNEDY Secy KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it ve mean it we can prove itOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES CULTIVATE A habit of economy but not stinginess in the buying of your FARM SUPPLES You know that below a certain price it is impossible to manufacture good farm implements or machin ery or good HART WARE of tiny kind Then why try to use such INFERIOR STUFF Repairs machiIegivesguaranteeVULCANother plow repairs While we refuse to handle a low quality of goods our prices will bear corn parison with any house reputed thbeveryth- eapTAYLOR BROS ULQflOF A1EIL1 A PAPER RFAD BY MRS W L FRANKLIN BEFORE THE S S INSTITUTE AT LAWRENCEBUBO KY ON THE EVENING OF MARCH 27 Anderson News sNearIy twenty centuries ago anew star shone over the hills and valleysol old Judea and even into the far East a guiding star that led to a manger wherein lay a little babe a child in whose hands were held the destinies of the ages the Christ child Since then chilhood has taken on a new meaning It means much to hu manity that Christ came into the world a little child It has revealed and em phasized the possibilities of childhood- it has sanctified childhood 0 chlldt 0 new born denizen Of lifes great cityl on thliead The glory of the morn Is shed Like a celestial benIson Here at the portal thou dost Itand And with thy little hand Thou openeat the mysterious gate Into the futures nndlscorered land You may turn over the two thous and years of old history and ypu will find very little about the child there But when JeUI came He took a child and etood him in the midst and he baa been there every inceIf we get the child today we have the world tomorrow Christ alone has taught us the worth of a child The greatest compliment He paid while here among men was to child hood And taking a child and put ting It in their midst lie said Ex cept ye become as little children ye shall not enter the kingdom of heaven Of such is the kingdom of heaven When God gives the world a little child He gives it a little bit of heaven What a trust to give into tho hands of a mother It is no little thing when a fresh soul and a fresh heart with their unmeasured scope for good are sent Into this world How many homes are ready for them Competent men and women are demanded in every department and enterprise of human life but the little innocent child has no choice whatever as to who shall undertake to engineer its path and its life Oh blessed motherhood what a power lice in your bands How are you usineit The star of Bethlehem for the humanrace still stand over the home- I agree with Helvetins The child should be educated from its birth but how There is the rub Send him to school forthwith Certainly ho is at school already with the two great teachers Nature and Love Tho greatest treasures of earth have been guarded only since their value has been recognized and only when the worth of a child is known will it be given that care and protection that humanity greatest treasure fitly de servesA once asked concerning her fouryearold child When must I begin its education She received this answer Madam if you have not already begun you most have lost four years The training of a child should be a parents first dutybnt of ten and more often it receives a secondary place I call to mind a typical old German not long from the fatherland who sent his children to mv school There were six of them strong and sturdy boys and girls children of which any parent might have been proud This old gen tleman took especial pride in a pen of pigs he had on his farm and never let a day pass that he did not ride over antI see how they were growing I often invited him over to school to see how the children were growing but his answer was always the same lam too busy But he was a German Kentuckians are not built that way Pigs means money or meat and must be looked after children may not mean either and are left like Topsy to just grow up Has the sun ever shone on a more touching object than a neglected child There are mothers who have time for everything under heaven except to look after her child There is the club She must be on band at every meeting while the nurse is left to care for the little one Then society when properly followed leaves no time to care for the child Every hour Is crowed with engagements Home is merely a dressing room Some social function calls and the nurse is again left in charge of the child It never seems to occur to such mother that the nurse has a social circle all her own I that the one she wants her child brought up in Which is the hotter to leave society for other hands to care for and train your own child or risk the child that society may not be neglected You need not bo uneasy society will al ways be well looked after Yon asked what is the worth of a child Eternity alone can answer The infinite can only be measured by the infinite When the sun and the stars have ceased to shine and this world shall lie cold and lifeless on the bosom of eternity the soul of the child will flourish in immortal vigor and have the eternal advantage of a soul before it The untold possibilities of the great West means the value of the West to our Nation so the untold possibilities I Tbcnjbt I Would Never Be Well Asslo happenof despondency through unnatural weakness and ai to thatahnnever recover Portwo yrnra Jeftcnonco andsidecould hardly bear the weight of ny anifgood I had be come very despond eat I woold neverbe well again faintheartDr RV Pierce of laddncribro tomsazbestlcnullie swend yetter treatlieHer Diseasehe-atco outlinedtrrttaent roe which I loiunrcd to the beat of theaPavoritmouthsatlUWlts Jarorite1rcIrI toon became very stout and felt WelL alO1ljweJa now two months old and has never llUfidouttoI never mlan opportunity to recommend it forthetcmtprolezelonala4la Won would cederateBd tbekowH men sal ted pfc j lol Damn better they would wouldbeDrPietceaook TSe Peoples Common Sense Med leteJIlli1YedlroplesJaaftlieIiioIdcM pprbo4 will bj k4Mt W ay wsa iSs4p1 IMt aett- o pJ wot Ilia 4qJ II upiF Is t II i ivt iEai rPAINFUL PERIODS NO MORE GEORGE OSMUN of Belvidere Warren Co N Jwritsr MRS U Suffering as I had from weakness irregularities and ack be several years a release from this suffering was a blessing Oh how I wish mo suffering women would accept your kind offerand be relieved There is noDeed for women to suffer Mrs Finkhams advice and Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will relieve them It MRS IDA PETERS Milan Teen Whites DKAB MBS PIXKHAM Vhfen I wrote tel yfrr the first time asking your advice I was a rrc at sufferer Menstruations were irregular ionic times a week too soon and then a week or two late and when they appeared were very pro fuse great pain and tenderness in the bowels pain In back and limbs leucorrhcea all the time I appetiteVI received your reply and followed all your instructions and now I am cured I owe my recovery all to Mrs Pinkhams advice anti her wonderful remedies MRS HA I4S Street Owosso Mich writes Nearly three years ago you asking advice in regard to my health was so miserable painful menstruation and backache was nervous dizzy faint received such letter telling me what followed advice and now am recommending E Vegetable thank God destroyer wrapped up in child is the true value of child- You remember that during one of the Grecian wars when Antipates demand ed fifty children as hostages the Spartans they offered in their stead one hundred men distinction They valued the child for his unknown future What the one hundred men had accomplished tho Spartans knew Only time could reveal the possibilities of fifty children Otto chapter in George William Cur tis volume Prue and I is called Mr Titbottoms Spectacles The magical quality of these tpectacles was that when their owner looked through them at peo pIe he ceased to see them as they ordi narily appeared on the street He saw their real essential character personi fied He looked at one man and saw nothing but ledger another was billard cuennother batik billanother great hog or wolt or vulgar frac tion On the other hand ho saw the good that others failed to see One of his teachers was deep well of living water ill which he saw thestarsauother was tropicipal garden full of fruits and flowers In one womans heart lay concealed in the depth of character great excellences like pearls at the bot tom of the sea little susoected by most Another calledon old maid was white lily fresh luminous and fragrant still Anothers nature was tropic in which the sun shone and birds sang and flowers bloomed forever It is with seine such vision that the angels often see in the child future of greatness life full of beautiful deeds These possibilities bidden in the child must be developed and that rapidly Turn turn toy wheell all Ufo brief What now is bud will soon be leaf What now is leaf will soon decay The wind blows Fast the winds blow West The blue eggs In the robins nest Will soon have wings and beak and breast And flutter and fly away Ask the mothers of our land what tho worth of child means to them to the home Listen to the answer Can we learn innocence from any other source Was there ever such trust as simple childlike trust anv other nature do we find such teach able spirit From what other source can we truly know such worshipful love as little child gives They art idols of hearts and of household They are ansels of God in disguise Ills sunlight still sleeps in their tresses His glory still gleams in their eyes Those truants from home and from heaven They hare made me more manly and mild have taught them the goodness of knowledge They have taught me the goodness of God Many childish hand has its mother from the brink of disgrace many father has kept his honor un stained for the sake of his boy One summer plucked up wild poppy from neighboring hillside and transplanted it in my own little shady nook At the first breath of 8pring it is there greetingwith its golden glow it is really sunshine in that shady place Many child transplanted into childless home makes fragrant the whole atmosphere of that home Ah what would the world be to us H the children were no more We should uread the desert behind us Worse than the dark before The home is the proper place for the childs trainincand it was never meant for the Sunday school to take its place Long after God made the home the world felt the need of tho Sunday school When the home fails in its duty to the child then the Sunday school tries to meet this deficiency God has blessed children who came from dfiristless homes with good Sunday school tteacher It is the great mission of Sunday school workers to reach the heart of the child through the same entriince4hat Jesus made that LoveandLthen teach it that Jesus is love Ooda voice was not in the earthquake Norm the fire nor the storm But It was In the whispering breezes JVe would count all work ait nothing if we but reach the heart of the child Some yearsgo the late Horace Mann the eminent educator delivered an address at the opening of some refor matory Institution for boys during which be remarked that if any one boy was saved from ruin it would pay for all the cost and cam and labor of build ing such an institution as that After the exercises had closed gentleman rallied Mr Mann upon his statement asking him if he did not color that little when be said that all the expense and labOr wouldbe repaid If it only saved one boy Not if it was my boy was thie91mn and convincing replySYou consecrated Sunday school teach AVhttlithe worth ofa child and listen to tho reply It Is worth all the prayers my heart can give it It is worth Iruntiner for even though it leads me to the lowliest huts on earth It is worth the heat of self that I have to give to Christ There is one prophecy that is afgniiU cant and prophetic That the worlds grand jubilee and worldwide efiutticl pation shall be ushered in M it were by little Child And Jittte child Mlalll4Ad tbMo 10 sot t ELLA E BRENNER East Rochester Ohio writes I have been thankful thousand times since I wrote to you for what your Vegeta ble Compound has done for me I followed your advice carefully and now I feel like different person My troubles were bak ache headache nervous tired feeling pain ful menstruation and leucorrhoca I tok four bottles of LydIa E Pinkhams Vegeta ble Compound one box of Pills one pack ge of Sanative Wash and am now welL MRS MAGGIE P STINE New Berlin Pa writes- Ihave utleredwith terrible backache inthe small of my back for about seven years andcouldnever getanything to help Jj me Itried several physicians but found no help I have now taken three bottles X of Lydia El Pinkhama Vegetable Com pound and feel like different woman Cedar II I wrote to I suffered from and I a kind from you just to do I your I Lydia Pinkhama Compound I for this pain a a from a a a a a a a a a a a is a In a a I a held back a I a a with a a a a of a a I8kthe r a s a II f x a Many a smart young fellow injikes himself look the Silly Billy and just the reverse of what he really is by adopting tho hairpartedIntbemiddie fad It gives one the appearanco of being a girl masquerading mens clothes instead of what ho should looIa manly young man the delight of the female eye the world over Origiually the thIngsthe fad and tho effeminate looking weakling of a dude were im ported from England No true Ameri can cares to ape or imitate the addle paled scions of an effete British royalty royal only by an inherited or conferred title rather than by natural enj downment or achievements These obserwations as Sam Weller would say were called out after seeing the picture of tne young orator who won in tile contest at Lexington Tioiesr JournalSVolcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Ifelons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Bnrn Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggests Good evening Mr Manygirls said the young man Evening sponded Mr Manygirls gruffly A pile of papers evidently bills lay scattered in front of him Hence his gruffness The young man smiled Bills for your seven daughters sprinJcIothes aRId bonnets I presume said he Yes replied the old man But is it any of your business- It is I have come to ask you if I may not take one of those daughters off your hands I The old man rose with a smile Take one he exclaimed Why boy you ean move to Utah and take the whole eqven Tne young man had caught him at the right time Washington remedyInrived great benefit from its use It digests what you eat and can not fail to cure Perry Thomas MARRIED BY TELEGRAPH Winchester Democrat The marriage by telegraph of a cou plo in Kansas who were two hundred miles apart is heralded by the papers as a great feat Not many mouths ago Lizzie Hummons a teachar in the colored schools of this city was married to her lover a soldier in Arizona two thousand miles away and far beyond the end of the telegraph line the tel phone being invoked to piece out tile telegraph It requireT 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 jThomas Adams Panola Ky You look sweet enough to enttUie exclaimed carried away by his admir ation Cannibal she hissed Imennhe corrected seeing that he had made a mistake somewhere lihat you look sweet enough to kIss Ah she replied now entirely ap peased therespoke a civilized man of judgment Sometimes but a single missionary is needed to bring about a conversion Chicago Post ysUeWitLsof piles that had afflicted hint for speedyurofOlskiucounterfeits Perry Thomas joy Heckham has received at Frank foit a shipment of about 100 feet of wal nut lumber with instructions UiUt itbe used to make a coffin in which to the man who killed Goebel The JMIU ber was shipped from Brootnaold by Win Brewer of Fairfield who say ho was presented with a walnut tree a farmer named Thomas and requfcteii by him to have it sawed into lumber find shipped to Goy Deck ham tot the itlr pose above expreasodShelby Sentinel IMvested a tragedy Timely information given Mrs George Long of Hew Stritaville Ohio pjpyfctit ed a dreadful tragedy and sav d two lives A frightful cough had long Hept iier awake every night She had tried many reUlefjcs and doctors but steadily grow worse untilurged to Knigs New Ipcdvery OnoJhtIc wholly her and oho wrUjrsi his 1slrThngfjtlielilgra for curing nil throatlungau1est troubles Only tery bottle Kuarantced Trial bottle V at PerrThoa adrug8tofi shlAay slv j kdRe il r II C Jill iThe JIasorifc fateruity of Nelson county is preparing to celebrate the centeiinlal of Sfasonry in thatrcounty next yejir Tha movement is nnderthe auspices DnWil tdgoNo 6 of Bardstown This5 lodge waschartered on the 10th of February 1801 The twq first membera initiated were the Hone FehlxGruntbaudRobert WieklltTe MrfC RYreeland formerly of Lou isvil e and 1ow a resident of Bloom field has been stricken with paralysis and is in a serious condition His entire rnjht side is affected Mr Vreeland is CO years of ago and is widely known and highly respected A year ago Le moved toBloomfied on account of bad health He is a prominent Confederate veteranSOtto Korb Grand Chancellor K P Boonville Indsnysi DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve soothes the most ileiratr skn arid heals the matt stubborn ulcer which certain and good results Cures piles and skin oiwases Dont buy an inflation Perry Thomafe Freddy did you see the rubber man at the museum Yes Uncle Bill but he aint no good he didnt Eqneuk when I punched him W A Clarkof Montana whose seat in the United States Senate cost him about 1500000 is to be ousted but Mat Quay of Pennsylvania is more fortunate and will be seated on a political pull They darn not turn him down VERY LOW RATES During the Confederate Reunion at Lotflsvilib tile Southern rnilwaywiil make a ratoof 1 cent permile traveled in each direction LawrenceburgSl25 j GeorgetownSl65 Midway 55i Ver7 saiires 150 Harrodsburg L70 Bur gin 180 Shelbyville 65 cents Tickets will be sold May 28 29 and 30 good to return until June C 1900 Also redpced rntes 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 Louisville via TIlE SOUTHERN RAILWAY arrlvo lit Seventh street Union depot within one block of the Confederate Veterans ainpitheatre For tickets and other information apply to nearest agent of Southern rail way or connecting lines Correspond once solicitedTM H TAYLOE Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky ISaprSw Representative Berry will have strong opposition in tho Sixth District this year Among the men mentioned as possible contestants at the district con exIMayorWcstover of Grant county Claude B Terrill of Trimble county aud John M Leasing of Boono county There has been a separation of one of the best known families in Clark county on account ot politics The husband who is a staunch Republican and the wife who is equally as stauncha Democrat disagreed over politics and the wife took her four children and moved to her lathers in Fayette hI think DeWitts Little Early Risers saysvremove all obstructions of the liver and uovergripePcrry I could die for love of you said the rich old suitor Yes but would you qnerried the practical maid Stubb There goes a man who says he doesnt belrevo the world is round Ppun Well ho is old enough to know it is not square IDo youthlnk n man has the right to open ills wifes letters Well he may have the right but I dont see how he could have the courage One of the hous s in which Dante is assorted to have written the Inferno has just been sold at Mulazzo in the mountains near Spezzia The town belonged to the Marquises Malaspina who protected the poet in one stage of his wanderings it is likely that the million dollars worth of bonds to be sold for the erection of the new Mississippi State house will all be taken in that State The bonds will bear 4per cent interest and are not taxable I cant understand Jenkins When my salary was raised front 15 to 20 he was the first to pat me on the back and congratulate irio Well Now that Im getting 30 he hardly speaks to me Well you know Jenkins is still get ting 2o Philadelphia Press Stage Manager You say you have had stage experience Miss Gush Dh yes indeed I took tile leading part in our church cantata at home once and well to tell you the truth everybody said 1 just played my part toolovoly for anythingCoi- umbus State Journal For Sale I 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling witheight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church and school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this falL A J HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky Big Four Route MaguiGeeni Vestibuled Twins with o- nequahedjmlgCaeryjcg to CHICAGO Lake Front Entrance ST Louis ylaMrchmlsBriLga No Tuuiiel BOSTON Only TbroTiRh Sleeping tar Lin- eNEWYORK Only po hsthe City Fast SChe ules J j r v Fine Equipment 5i Smooth racks WJ LYM w P9Pp1 A8 4JtA 4Iti iSUS IAII it nS0 a H tr a s eeea I lIr- t t tttb i PLEASE TRYjII CANDY CATHARTIIO JlOc 2Sc 50c e s Mr IAfirst and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work and found it equal to any in service lIe Will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work andquote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels end the life Of the vehicle prolonged so that twice their cost is saved notlo mention the rom fort derived oc 25tf SOMETHING TO EAT ALL DAY And until midnight FINE RESTAURVNT OYSTERS ALLSTYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO CIGARSHAM3ANDWICIIES AND COFFEE Ianl9ly A DINELLI Nextdoor to old postoffice IT IS NOBURlJEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased here Our system of easy payments enables anyone to en jly the music of 2tvt t tlmets without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Vhynol como inand look at these special bargains HARDING RIEHM H Gt KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY 1000000 DEATHS FROM CHOLERA DURING THE PAST YEAR Time flcrmi of This Fatal UixcasraroLuib big KvVrj wlirrr TIlIU und of hint lars Save by This N underfill his covery Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been lost in the poultry business ou ac count of the devastation among the flocks cansed by cholera roup pipe andother fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but none seem tQ be so successful as tile American Poultry Mixture This will cine chickens in tho last Hinge cholera and roup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent diar rhea 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 la experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary measures they recommend in connection Dont give fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease buttilidremedy cures it every time It Is ahtoguaninteetl for roup which can be told by Ifoareo breathing swelled eyeS discharge at llie tioslrlls resem Wing catarrh Fif tr dollars in offered for any case tile Mixture will not cure It gomaof your fowls are diseased it fmll1cutchillgitTn Live a scientific preparation goes more than three times as lar as anyotheV remedy does moro good than all of them n combined It Is lugedxand en dorsed by the most experienced Mid largest breeders of plain and fancy patiltry to alt parts of tjje world The MMMHfaetarcra jtnararteefev ry package ftf j fiHMl purchase l Qy U your tffWKgl op8 not sell JtaMwtaui Poul try Mwiura bEts L5h4fl4 tbjt kg Io ttatcMMa4 tt MlW ioUl i M Cq li lad- S1 1tBII rit I DRUGGISTS ALL I I SPRING We wish to announce to our friends and customers that our line is complete for SBRllIG fII pE1 Factory have advanced on almost every tiling but we bought- our goods early and can offer in ducements that will interest and benefit all Ve have a nice line of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c to 75c Other things correspond ingly CHEAP Everything desired in under taking line always kept in stock weS OLDlIANfS SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLCIIASI Day Phone 76 Night 136 L N E EK CaDIVISION IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 1893 No1 Cincinnati and Livingston Express south bound arr Richmond 12 Mpm Lv 05pm OOplUaThpmIIt southbound art 7 20pm 21 Rowland south bound Lv 8 5Sam 55 Stanford north bound arr 5 41am IGSFTor further information call on or address TELEPHONE 78 KUPER HOOD Agt A c ItDRPOLE 1 CURE IA New Discovery for the Certain Curt of INTERNAL and- EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JjKffi F BALLABfl Sete Pripriater 310 Haiti Main Strest ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY TI10MAS1ruggistsJanloJr 1kt5Tb DU ern Mutui1Inve tm nt O OR UEXINQTOIN ICY 22000000 Taidupm Living Benefits 100 000 00 HESER VEdftD IZRPLUS ofLUeInaurancepanic pay to thfc cstates of the dead andItslh large aa4 iwawwhsr reserve fund guaranties to the investor abso percentItt tec paytg large ro5ta sre the aalneat that of life insurance and while tfcey assume scantier obligations tjley apply more money to the payment ot tile sse Kvery precaution U tked for the protection If the investor oipetIcslse apply t- oSTH O NS- ERVARyjLEXIHGTOH5 KrJ- lBS 4 r IaU dXJt I j j L up- 0 4 RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT IThe Richmond Climax VIWN1 fAY APRIL 25 1900 Something Abut Colonel Williams a Sol dier of 1812 The CLIMAX recently published the fat that Col S M Duncan the fa molls ancestral historian of Nicholas boutColcountytoColonel before it closed Last week a SaraWilliamsJosia B Willis called our attention to uptoofMaryWalker the grandfather of Mrs E E McCann who resides in this city and of Mr Thos Turner who resides in this county Col WilJiamsso Mrs McCann says was the cashier of the first bank jrraveisfamilyburyingsome years ago and a now residence was erected nearby Mr Galen J ThosThorpeCol Williams married Elizabeth thryhadgrther these records John Sheriff of Madison county married Miss Hart of Fayette and died of feverduring cholera in the 40s Millerdeceasedceased whose widow Mrs Sallie Miller cityWilliam Embrybrv of Louisville still living ifary deceased married Tho Irvine of this county who after his wifes death married a MIFS Prewitt anddiedWilliamWillinmsto Montana The CLIMAX does not pretend to be ofimtorlUlLIlonDuncan at any time will glve our readers interesting and valuable information about early families of this section and parties desiring same should drop Col Webelievein this section Fie confesses however that Col Tom Green of Maysville can beat him He who waits until circumstances completely favor his undertaking will never accomplish anything r IlrTime Table No Taking Effect Sunday November 19 1899 lee 2d Class EAST BOUND No ClassI No 81EsunlA 15NleholaslIIeValley View 11 26 7 35 7 55 Million 7 00 9 00 Richmond 58 8 05 nnPUnion 12 13 10 00 toberleyn 12 18 nJO 05 Brassfield 12 10 25 Panola 12 35 40 Irdnem 105 3135 m WEST BOUND ExSunlExSunExnnExSunA 55Panola20Sloberley1 82 Richmond 6 05 2 45 2 35 15Valley30VersaillesAllf PiM P ill PM SoutherntrainsAll trains connect with C NO T P to and from CincinnatiIW B UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Watch for Our Grand 0OPENING i fiN Raving purchased the Furni ture and Undertaking Estab yhw lishment formerly owned by MR S R MOBERLEY I will continue the business at r the same stand No 220222 4- T W Main Street c i We guarantee polite atten tion and general satisfaction and our stock will consist of r only the best and uptodate I4Iiney j I Carpets aild t w- rzCOST FOR CASHto4 jNight Phone 116 Day Phone 63 Respectfully r11 4 Watch For Our Grand OPENING t1rti