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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i iii IV t 1fM 11 MaSi 1 i r RCrHMONDi CLTht4XVOLU- ME26 d l 1 l I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1OO NUMBER 49 IIGr pf ctccIREPAIRINU SPECIALTY MErNQFINK WATCHES JIissS aC cae art Work Guaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND Ky- rct otjcoI AMERICAS FAVORITE BRANO CPWHISKYJa e FULL- GUARTS Delivered Expressage paid nywhero directly accessible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box Without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteotf an absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEY dlrobt from Kentucky Reference Any bank express compOriy or corn merolal agency In Louisville AUG GOLDEWEY CO 231 Main St Louisville Ky The New Woman Manufactured FLORENCE MEdICINE CO Red S I GEHTLEMEHS llffILGOH + tr use only the best material to date attachments i t Splendid Finish Price is right We make it an i inducement for dealers handle our work We manufacture a full line of pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and price list t S W can FULLER BUGGY I JACKSON aprlS6m MTCH PROFESSIONAL CARDS A t ORtZYS IR E ROBERTS ATTOnNEYATLA- WrjCHMOND KENTUCKY jTSOffiee Climax Office with Jas B Mc Creary Second Street RW MILLER ATTORSCYATIAW RICHMOND KE Offlee In the nurnam Building nextdoor to arraern Bank feb3ly SULL rV JA ATTOItNKVATLAn RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ollie over SIlle Jhink Trust CoOIr pote HOII4 ltllItnin Stnet JnuO liTiL O11NAULT- ATTQINEYSA LA W RiciumKn KENTUCKY Olfliii Swiiid strwst over Then anlts grocery W R LETCHER AttomeyatZawB- icmioxn KKNTUCKY OlDiM with Smith Jr over Oovinptoii tit4ifl1r T C Lowry AttollIy atLaw Blobfirlpy nuililini Ilichond Ky J TALBOTJAOiOiT t ATTOUNKYATLAW RICHMOND rSENTUCKY oiOSce In Prather BuildIng Main PtreCL P YSCIAl S DRS GIBSON GIBSON pnycvi Av AND SUHOEOSSK- lCUUUNll KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ctilini buildinj 18 ando ond Street over Wnue old druatore CIIAS C hOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario VticrirMry College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty tOce at atable on corner Pirt and Water Streets Richmond Kyapr7ly H C JASPER MD Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Building Main SLreet Telephone at residence the Carr place on Jiroadway t RICHMOND KEHTUCKT EVANS JW PllVSICIAN AND tIJiClEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY CENTAL STOGEST I DT tTTe t tonSOt DICITIIT orLocj8vuIie Kr Once next door to OOTernment Building ichmSnd Ky Office hounll to to zovI7ly DFRO SMITH DENTIST rOnlee1overTAylorDcos Hardware Store M jun12ly AMtCEM IS pmsTMILin 4oUco lie lOWMU 3tT r 1IIUfrtcrLr aLII r jt Is the acme of BEAUTY HEALTH LONGEVITY A 30Day CammonScntet hume treatment tar one dollar The Ladr Florenre Hem djrlsaiipeclflo and lor HUof Buffering women who know weU the drains upon their heoltn tnd strength caunwl tTolImenu peculiar to thelrownSlL JkeL lr IOrenee nmedrS cureall but Is aCUJ8 tor eases of woman prescriPtion01ttenclan and M1gcouwhohaz treatedtnOrecomplicted of female dlvasea perbapj than any one other lodlTlilnal It li offered the flrst time Ib this country within tile reach of all pack ee affordj rellet In the most obstinate caoea by THE Oak Iowa U A Q + o DRIVING We of Has all up to light CO over National OIIITt T T Sec it 1 Wl Book rum tht too not now for UhioTesab Manufacturers 1J1E I A CONNOISSEMR of stylc of quality and of workman shipwill find tho SILVERWARE in our stock up to thu highest standard of perfection Each artUle is of new and chase design beautifully wrought out by skilled artizans Practical prices oIl everything has made a name for this store It will not bo potsible to buy silverware a month hence at our prices F J YEAGER Dr Louis II iandman KoSO West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will bo at M M Millers residence second door o PoitoOlee Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 returning every necond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky maylly Dr R Goldstein j The Optic Specialist ot Ko 61i Fourth Menus Louisville wilt bo at the Glyndon Ilctel Hicnmond MONDAY MAY 14 rcturnlc one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted P atia HDm In ur C Insnroyonrdwelllnirs barns and other prop erty Iu the BLUe GRASS INSURANCE COMPANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection againi- tFJREL53TN ING AN TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member f company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people ofour county now operating in the State and vets cheaper every year falling to yearFofurther on their ugeut and collector fR B Black attorneyatlaw RicbmondKy ofiicoon Main Street opjionlte Court House next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs J U CARTER Pres mayltIy 00 BOSWOETH Secy CIRCULAT1NQ WASH BOILER 1 IPATALLOWED MARCH I5TH1B99 EOTr0M SHOWING COILEO COPPER STEAM PIPESo YILIIa rIeIa cllllulue labor 2ride edt TIi SSO- QCoiieri4fus IuCopper tpoa she ir4 4 MoTe ppl4 a y MMOjriM aa IL- 14 T1i II tlliV IiI1Ifli1 ANNOUNCEMENT FOB GGGILBERTgresa from the Eighth District subject to any regular action of the Democratic pasty FOB CLEBK AROnKAVANAUGUto the action of the Democratic Party RAYBURNsto the action of the Democratic Party We aro authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party Ve are Authorized to announce II M MILLER a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOB SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of Whlto Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic are aethrlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce P BBROAD DUB a cindldate for Sheriff 6f Madison county subject theacttcn of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Arsessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo party Wo are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce G W DEATUERAGB a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer 0f Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one terra only subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PERKINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison cOnnty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB SCHOOL SUPEKINTKSDEMT We are authorized to annOunce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of Count Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party WE have heard expressions from n number of loyal Democrats with refer ence to the question of holding primary elections for the selection of Congress men a Governor and outer State anil district officers and tiio almost unani mous verdict has been in favor of the plan Many in difccussin the matter sid that they would gladly serve as election officers without compensation and weie confident there would not be the slightest difficulty in securing on the same terms n complete set of election offiiejs for every county in the State Time only objection urged by the Democratic Hato Committees to nominate by primaries we are informed has been the cost incident thereto It this obstacle then can be removed in the manner suggested above and the primary made practicable we believe that its adoption would go a lone way toward restorinc party harmony by obviating the bickerings and strife almost invariably engendered at county mass conventions Falmouth Pendletonian THEY are trying to let Taylor down easy judging by the seemingly author ized statement in Saturdays Louisville Post that Gov Taylor will not on any circumstances accept the nomination fr Governor next fall Gov Taylor is worn out physirially and desires to getaway from Frankfort If the Supreme Court exervises jurisdiction and decides the Kentucky case in favor of Gov Taylor he will remain and perform the duties of the office but if they refuse to take the matter pnder consideration Gov Taylor will retire not only from politicslieto tho utmost limit of selfsacrifice and that ho cannot afford to make another long campaign for the ounce It is said he will apply for an appointment abroad where for the next three or four years he may rest and re gain his physical strength where he may have about hint his family and where their education may be carried on interruptionThis coming from a Republican source and it can be ac Taylorhusthat has embittered his existence He would be the nominee of the Republi can party should an election be held in November unless he should makesome positive statement declining to consid er the matter or to accept even if the nomination were tendered to him He represents in himself the issue of the hourBut on the other hand it IB to be admitted that Gov Taylor has earned a rest if he desires to take iL He has made no public expression of his pur pose bnt it is well understood by his friends that lie is wornout and anx wasmoreforany political or professional purpos lies Some nice celebrate the anniversary of their bIrth as long as thy live but the average woman abandons the cul tOtE just as soon as she grow up TRY ITWomen suffering from female troubles and weakness and from irregular painful men SC5f ought not ro lose hope it doctors cannot help them Phy sicians are so iusy with other fiiseases that they do not understand thepeculiar ailments and the delicate organism of woman what the sufferer ought to dp is to give a fair trial t- oBR4DFIELIYS 4 FaI I31frrhi- ch is the true cure provided by Nature for all female troubles It is the formula of a physician of the highest standing who dgvoted his whole life to the Study dis tinct ailments peculiar to our moth ers wives and daughters Itis made of soothing healing strength nirig herbs and vegetables which ive been provida by Jfiadly Nature to cure irr4ularity jIt the nienes Leu of the Womb Nerv oUsnessi Headmcho and Backache In fiiires to herself and to Brwl Idd5a1m H rrNQti- deriDtJrom ot 4 g4 tl- tril A lrk Ii bottc Win do- lMoruusI atmountpflif 2id b1 rT0 iii 1 M Wr fIIj it JUDGE BKECKS CONSTRUCTION UPHELD BY U S SUPREME COURT The Supreme Court of the United States roctntly decided a very important nise relating directly to Interstate Cuuimerce The State of Illinois parsed a law requiring all railroad trains to stop at the county seat of every county Suit was filed testing the power of the Lvjnslature to iias such an act in view of the provision in the Constitution of tlis United States in regard t In terstate Commerce The Supreme Court of Illinois sustained the validity of- thielawbnt upon appeal to the United States Supreme Court the judgement of the Illinois Supreme Court was reversed upon the ground that it interfered with Interstate Commerce In this connection we republish iroin the Omaha Dilly Democrat of May 30 1800 an article contributed by our distinguished fellow townsman Judge Charles H Breck together with an editorial setting forth tho effect of that provision in the Constitution and the construction given to it by the Supreme Court in its various decisions It will be seen that the exposition given by ho article has been strictly and literally followed by tbe Court in its recent decision ruB ORIGINAL PACKAGE DECISION We print in another column a very interesting opinion on the decision of the United States Supreme Court in the Iowa ease furnished us by a very emi nent lawyer of this city It will bear the closest Scrutiny of the legal frater lilly for the gentleman tells us bo has very carefully and exhaustively exam med tho subject going back through the decisions of that court to the firttt one rendered on the subject by Chief Justice Marshall to which Juntico Mil ler referred in Ills letter to Rev JPTeeter of Oskaloosa Ia as follows I have felt bound to follow the de cision made by this court more than sixty yenrs age mind which hag never beets doubted or disputed from that day to this Indeed that decision in addi tion to being a decision of this court was one which fell from the lips of the greatest constitutional lawyer that this government ever hal It was based upon a construction of the constitution of the United States This constitu tion has not been altered since and the judgment of tho court has remained without question from that day to thin now aixtythireeyearsago Our legal friend pursued his investi gations into the history of the case which Chief Justice Marshall decided and in the light of that case the decision then rendered was even more import nut than is now generally undertttood Time case was one in which a man had imported a lot of French brandy into liallimore and in offering it for sale in the packages as imported the city sought to exact from him a license ot 50 This ho refused to and hence tho suit and the dncijiou therefore Is our friend SIS that time State has no right to prohibit the importation or the sale or to impose any license or taxThis sustained the view of Senator Wilson as expressed in an interview in New Yorkixud which we published couple of days since that the decision not only destroys prohibition hut time license system also From this view Mr AJ Poppleton dissented and we gave his views in connection with and as a reply to those of Senator Wilson There appears to be no escape from the logic of our friends opinion or thebroad ground covered by the decisions of the Supreme Courtand it would seem there lore that license States are as much prohibitionStatesright to regulate commerce between the purposeinhibit the States from exercising such police powers as they may deem wise over tho traffic in liquors This the bill as it now stands declares as fol lowsThat no State shall be held to be limited or restrained in Its power to prohibit regulate control or tax the sales keeping for sale any fermented distilled or other intoxicating liquids or liquors by reason of tbe fact that the same have been imported into such States from beyond its limits whether there shall or shall not have been paid thereon any tax duty imposts or excise to the United States We believe now as we were not prepared to believe before that the bill before the Senate should pass and so settle another very important question as to the police rights of States within their own jurisdiction All goods are alike to PUT NAM FADELESS DYES as they color all fibers at one boiling Sold by CL ftearcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky 2maylm J M Benton Commissioner by N T Bnsh auctioneer sold Saturday the residence together with eight micros of land of Mrs Laura Fox on the Boones boro pike near tho city limits to Wm B Lane of Bloomington III for 4130 Mr Lane is an uncle ot W F Garrett express agent of this citytlraud Mrs Garrett will occupy the residence and Mr Lane who is an elderly man hay ing no family of his own will make his home with them Winchester Sun IDeWitts Little Early Risers are pills I fiver usedtD JMoore Mlllbroofc Ala They quickly cure all liver and bowel troubles Per ry Thomas The highest price ever paid for a coach horse was recorded April 23 ai the American Horse Exchange New York when UmL Elkins of Pulls delphia sold the gelding Red Cloud to Thomas Lawson of Boston for 10 000 No ugh to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac tive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure bloodwill cause pimples blot cues skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver acd kidneys anti to purify time blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will makes goodlook lug charming woman of a tundown invalid Only 60 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 A Home htmtatMt CnnfM- yItjfl rumored that Attorney 8 M Tudor of this city after mouths of experiencehtWIBolv the same principles M those of the leading investment companies of the country His plan lllWilnall all vantages over rivalcompltlie8 he claims find he eJepilltiQt160f opitiitmoit from mon of nt that lJs Ilia 8OpetK ismohhiod and one cure meet with genuine approval from all those interested in thte kind of enterprise His wwpHHj is Jut oil the eye of icorporMioe unit when it launches fcfth the orgaitlnitvon wiN be winner J ft Hoe1 JttstU if time Peace mrCoti1lm Cure ifl o all that Is claimedf- 04 It My wto o dDat get h IhrMth aftd theIrst of eiiied rtMw Itbitta iihi hs 4te4 rEy whelm famv1 IteetIee iwo5Itti I6ttOSIii it y S AN UirOUTANT OPINION To the Editor of the Democrat The decision recently rendered by the Uni ted Suites Supreme Court iu the lows cjsucotamonly known as thoimporters original package case alter a thoiongh examination of the opinion and time authorities cited to support impractical ly and popularly stated is to tuis effect That any tersonafter compl ing with the Kirs of the United titates by tab brlutIntogoods winch arearticles of commerce the court having decldtd that liquors tateimttanotherState importtr8iand carries with it the right to tell time goods in the original parcel or package atfistedwhich time goods are carried The States have no right to prohibit the im anyliceimsoThe reason of this is that when the government of time United States was formectall the States for their common good conceded that Congress should have time power to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among time several States And the States in con ceding thxt power and in order to ren der that provision of the constitution effective mitt availablevirtuallyin that respect surrendered all State untoritity hOllndllpsbtibject to the sole jurisdiction of Con gretu So that the power over com merce among the several States is vested in Congress as absolutely as it governmtlltasifKtatt Legislatures or State Laws The power to regulate is the power to whichconJmeneIthe subject of commerce repealed all timeStatesregulating or affecting commerce between the Statesantl as any Jaws so passed are invalid or unconstitutional all commerce is lawful until Congress passes a law to prohibit the importation or requires or permits u license to be pail to the State the importer has the uzmrestnictedright to sell In origimmal packagesSo when sr person im ports goods from abroad or a citizen of anotherStatehawithin United Slates jurisdiction solely He need not know whether he is in the ofIownrighttopackages is concerned acquiresUIIs importduty byrpgoodsarethe laws of his State and the laws of the general government When he goes out of lila State with his goods ttateslasMules are steadily advancing In forIasking prices they hold them which is a sign timers is faith for better future sales Choice and fat mules from four nndhesv7 toSO16handsSla to 150 Farmers Home Journal Bismarcks Iron Nerve Wits the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremen dous energy are not found where Stom ach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If yon want these quali ties and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They de bodyOnlyStore 2 Jdetidedclaims not only by rebuilding thede byhavingStates the cost to include the mone lubUpESa protest for pressing their claims fortysixThlambs10Kcentsra pound being the liighet pric paul at that place thi mmpnimlgHarrcichbmmrgDemmiocratAfter flftee years I was cured by using two boxe SalvewriteWheals everything Beware of counter fuifci Perry Thomas The horse market is humming Pritvs have touched the highest notch of the season All cuSseS of buyer were hungry last week for the bet grades of horses of all kindsandth loveliest sort of market WItS experlel1 cell A draft gelding weighing a Httl over a ton sold to a London dealer i and a Jot of them went at from 25 to 320 one consignment of 15 hea averigirijrfMg Thirteen coach hoist made an average of 4002 and some ret cholco ODes of tills class brouglitasoun 4501 Such figures as these will sen IiIgImuiuess13ceeders sdliyfutrl1bi trooj1rqmfirnnient to the Cuarl- mv3tj1y4 dspeHipvertndpermii ntvood nm ly took KoOol Dyspepia Cure ltd in IIO jMteh aeo4 recoieeimded it i vlhvoneWfttee JEW Cle rj r Qt Mo Itd g htryTJIOIDAJ rnd dIV Miittajc a full 5jt t fieUt hMMlml 1IWlfllUrbJtJIJ UM gstbtis4i hehmimultiom- lIhI caeLh tmIIi4 The gkleeetM ItiNIst Oailn arsi IIot8flrsiy il t ke med 4ktds r TEN MINUTES WITH WALTON Ti Thompson makes a tong plea JOhu harmony and a rauninu of the various factions of Democracy but is unfortunate itt the selection of a me dimn to disseminate his viewaHhe dicredIted disreputable and subsidiz ed Louisville Dispatch Democrats wil have a suspicion of nny man who has anything to do with that sliest or any- thIng that appears in it Waving this tact however and the further fact that Mr Thompson course during and silica the convention has notbeen such as to commend iiim to the majority ol this Some of his suggestions are good especially those advocating time return of the viva voce system of voting and leaving the selection of tho party committeeman to the people would make an election law entirely non attis8n which means that he con siilers the Goebel law a bad one We were not an original champion of the law bnt after the Couit of Appeals pronounced it constitutional and the party in c invention assembled put the seal of its approbation upon it we became its advocate and would prefer on account of the name it bears if nothing else to see it remain the law Nothing would give us more satisfaction than to see the party get together but if those who have born the burden and heat of time day are to lot the tail wag the dog and sacrifice all they fought for to se cure it we mIre opposed t paying the price Oa tho grounds that time G A R is fighting Commissioner of Pensions H Clay Evans we thought ho was a better man than he had credit for but this little Interview shows he is us meRit as any of them anti that the Ten nwwee Republicans knew their busi hess when th turned him down Without n doubt the Democratic ma chine in power now throughout Ken tucky means to hang Taylor if possible Hacked by a corrupt organization and aided by a fund of 100000 the lea tiers in the tight against Taylor menu to carry every point against him The question now bring on how ranch evidence in a murder case can be foe cured with 5100000 Tlie Republicans are trying to keep the people in ignorance of the In qnitous Porto Rican Tariff Bill by making no mention or it in their platforms Neither Indiana nor Ohio has any ref erence to it but it will cut a big figure in the coming campaign just the same ri e peopio will be informed even more fully than now how trusts dictate legis lation and how McKinloy and Congress dance to any music they make The payment of fat salaries in Cuba allowances to officers to put on style will be time subject of investigation bv Congress Money Is wasted there like water anti time officers are thriving off the people like those did Our time South in reconstruction days Vote for Bryan this fall and put a stop to the thievery T n View of the fact that the Ohio Re a publicans opened their tlte conven tion with time song We Know Our Business the Louisville Time sng gestii that the people will sing a song to Hanna and his crowd next fall en titled We Know Your Game And what we will do to them will boa plen ty Bryans star is constantly in the ascendancy Taylor denies the story that he and Bradley have had a falling out The fact is they never had a fall ing in Personally the exGovernor regards Taylor with supreme disgust and only supported him an the 11th hour to keep in line Lila slight reference then to Bill Taylor as he contemptu onsly referred to him in his speeches showed how much against the grain it goes for u gentleman to support a inontobank U an McKinley carry Kentucky V again asks ihe Louisville Commercial Wen hardly He didnt carry it hefoieat the polls nor will ha this time The 11th District returns wi not be held back tq be doctored for em ergeucy as in 1896 The Republicans of Indiana nomina Col WT Durbin for Cover nor on the 7th ballot Vo bad hoped that the honor would have gone to Charley Finley Rumors of a Change on the L N It is rumored among railroad men that the JfcN is thinking seriously of rating off the night trains und run ning them to Livingston as heretofore and running the day trains over this linuch to Rowland says the Lancastei Record This is exltctIfwhat the committee that went and got this night trains wanted If they will be run to connect both jiprth and south at Rowland the company will soon see that it will be money to them We hays a good service now but if tht run Is put over here it will proves much greater advantage to both public and company We dont vouch for UN truth of this rumor its only here I If have it you sinow it You know all about the heavy fetlingi- nthestomachthes formation of gas the nausea sick headache I and general weakness of t the whole body You cant havHf a week without your blood being impure and your nerves all exhausted Theres just one remedy for you AYQFZSSarsaParillo l Theres nothing new about it four grand parents toqk K Twas an old Sarsaparilla fQre It other sarsaparillas were It known It made the word Sarsaparilla n famous over the whole world it Theres ao other sarsis ptrilla like it In age and Is power to curs its II The leader of them alln itssim AIfrconciiptiotmftd MBC t try your rsprIlIa I urtottOM wl now feel Ilk ykffw is tii MOOd tM t at sipr udft rsha ptnrar eumot M s4 11t5iwntsVa-V ijifV 8a71aWi- t wsbv10 sa i saicam 7s- Iy rovs rile dte P1S mul a pe to s zi- LJV y TwL DI tI fl Jt 11f e i At thedlpp rsion Fftla of the FairvieW henl at Chicago recently 1 12 cattle av eraged 68941 Dale the champion bull brought 57500 tho highest price ever paid for n Hereford hull in thQ Unlt1 States at either public or pi i vate silo M ++ CALL AT + + ++ IfU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest aud most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ilate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap SSsSSSsss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY J1fyi Li1COLE HEADQUABTEUS FOR SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty OFFICE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros Janl7ly RememberS 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 and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Rich mQnd It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis PQsing of anything in this line A L GOTT jan2ltf KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlficlally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in permanentlycnrcsDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea imperfectdigestionPrepared For sale by Perry Thomas REc ftn FOR WEAK MENT- he rrcat French Remedy Is rithln easy rcrcUot every Am It nets powerfully owlriclrfy A Ken ro + kuPerfectis tea rsuItcICDdniiicirCLcnO Yomicmcn milICJIt tblr lOt 11lorhi1C1 end Old Mcn nil recover tbclr vlror It fits ono IECEIEa3IsCan be carried In vest por1t Dy nu11 1CO porlvxor 6lifrC3CO wo chrttt rtfcnd the p BpryThTOfIvlHiTc CoTotffrCtftccro Circulars free tho American oCico ot- BORDZDX rEJCTJi C1iciibSzLvs For sale by Perry Thomas septl3lr our hoOds our prices I Compel you to trade with lU when you give us a trial yr il tI JuIMThe Ltdiei annote c1kii d by catchy phrasek Tior bonha tic claims All we have to say Is we buy in thej best markets of the ojflcl select the Ja test g4Js and wjicn you buy y ju knpw you have the lajiest upt diate gopos that what you wit1If so trskde with wt t- Imhi1aI it J 7 T HARDWARE t tt tt tSyracuse Chilled PLOWS S PMIE FARM FENCE IContinental Disc Harrows i Hamilton Corn Plantors 4New3McColin Soil Pulverizer Malta Double Shovel Plows f Champion Binders and MoweisSc- t Horse Collars Pads Traces Back tbands Bridles Hames Plow tlines Wood and Steel Double Trees Hoes Mattocks Build ers Supplies The above we respectfully submit to your careful consideration LThen in the market at Living Prices GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE c DOUGLAS SIMMONS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE mchlly ttt I WANTED WALNUT LOGStLUIVIBERt TREES Address C C MENGEL JR BRO CO INCORPORATED mnay2ImLOUISVILLE KY Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 i JAMES THAMILTON PEOPRIETOR Monnnents Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and- American Marble and Granite 4f+ FINE WORK A SPECIALTY A Thosewho are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind if Cemetery Work will find it to their Interest to call nt time old stand In the rear of the M E Church on Irvino Street where they will find constantly on hand n large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers fjfNR WG GOUCHER one of the best workmen In Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work In every phase Panties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application iJEW YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED1 JKTVtES T H73ViLTOH Proprietor t 7Fr 7J7I7J iThis Is The Oliver Plow 71 lI5 Y I= = sIF YOU HIVE 1 USED IT YOU 4 DOW ITfJS TEBEST4 IF YOU HiVE HOT WE WILL PROVE IT IS THE BEST fWare still handling thgJBrown Cultivator Planter aWthe Best Harrow + Oft the market Also a full line of Collars Haraesji Bade Bands Bridles and all kinds Plow Gear aid a full Hue of Hardware and Stoves ti IiJj MJ jgTBBKT BJCHMOND Ky 1r 0 + IeI L ilJr uIjr 4 1 141 1 1J I J PrintShwstyo1h The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT Proprietor A D MILLER Business Manager O B WOODSEditorWED- NESDAY MAY 9 1000 PUBLISH XD EVERY WKDNKSDAfBY The Climax Printing Co PUICK ricu YEAR iso1 = n OFFICIAL CALL At a meetinir of the Eighth Coneres CommitteA1J1000 fur the purpose of fixing the lime milliner and place of sellClilig a Demo cratic nominee for Congress from the Kt lith Congressional District of Ken lucky to be v td for on behalf of the Democratic party at the general dec ion in 11100 pursuant to the call of Ibe Chairman lion Simeon Cook the fol lowing members of the Committee were present III person W M Scott of Shelby W M Mack of Spencer Win 8imlusky of Jessamine W C lIeu of Nereer S K Booth of Anderson and the following by proxy JS Chrlsmah of Boyle Moved First That a convention be held by the members of the Democratic party of the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky composed of the counties of Anderson Hoyle Garrard Jessamine Lincoln Madison Mercer Kockcastle Shelby andSpencer for the purpose of nominating a Congaessional candidate to be time nominee of said party and to be voted for at the general election in November 1900 SecondThat said convention be called and notice forthwith bo given for its holding on June 20 1900 at 2 oclock countyKycounty delegates to that conventionup on the basis of delegate for each 200 Democratic voters us returned for Gov ernor at the I1Lt State election that for the soleciin of iaial If1qtes thor will be a mas convention helil by the Dem ocracy of each of wild counties at the court hotibe on June 16 1900 at 2 oclock p m- SIMEON COOK Chm W M SCOTT Son 1iinsuant lo above call I hereby calla convention to he held in the court 0 SaturdayJuneJOHN CIIEXAUIT Chin Tun recuiit actiuii of the Republicans of this county as well us iu many other oiiunties of Ihe Stale hits proven to us that they are about the same makeup and calibre wherever they may be found whuther in oflice or out Wherever a Republican county con vention hits met far as we have beer ablo to note it has endorsed the eon duot of W S TajJor without icsirva tionWhat that conduct is hiss been made known to the world by his own aseoci Hts frionilB and adviser lie had the IartlanballSto the nssnMjiiiutiui of Go Uoebel in citizens clothing and with arms con coaled On the morning of the assassi nation he had them to lay aside their citizen clothing aiiJ don the garb of soldiers They were armed and equip ped for more than an hour the filial shot in compliance with hlsstate uiuiit ily God you tellows lick lint 1 will havo out the militia in plenty time Ilcpardenud nidi convicted of high iiilsdemeanors and men chargeil with tliB Iiighuxt dime known touur law iyu iiq without anyreqiiet by peti thIharjtlofurcourt Ho offere1 to fiiiuili Youtiwy any aninuiit of nut lit gil IIIIY where lit might uliimtit j ift lit left the Mate mutual a time t IHII it tipears lie knew IIUtet vs tgniiiv uf murtlcr From all that mis men told by his political tss4wi iii it uiteiiis he knttnr of tho plot to murder Ciov lo bel and it looks vcrv tuiicn like he aiiletl and uiiKitod in ttit iiiu iis iou ol lie crime It is kiinivii of all IIIKII that he lies aid olatMl a ettnl Muse charged with the chargesII I bPJondthelie has left an armed body of men at time capitol mi the publin grounds mid with thorn he chased the General As semby through the streets of Frank criminalsHein their legalIand customary place of for the purpose of deliberating on legislative matters He has not tohelieelrhclPlllolistratoJkill end murder and has now roundhim an armed hand for that mid yet life Republicans here and where In tho riuile lIIeAt III elBeII and approve it Ihej11mp urination Gil1BrowerCo LEXINGTON Ky Fhis Season 4 Finds us well Prepared to meet The needs of I Springh CLEANING You want to freshen up a bitsLe us show you ourl French Cretonne 20 a yardi f tisli n from 12c to 20e Striped Mull 124c a yard Some new Lioes ronvSoc to 70e- Great Line of 05 entoHeavy Curtains W f Yci We make Shades We sell Poles We make Mattresses fWe make Springs As low as the best can ever be sold for CiF n perCjm MAJNtJAND BROADWAY LIXLNGTQr1E 11J It I I A LOCAL MARK TWAIN AttendsthejRcpuWican County Convention Saturday and Paints a Picture t Scars and All THE Republican convention held at the Court House pnSatnrday last was a asRomblyTwo hundred and Iwentvtwo stalwart Republican voters ofllIuttAOncountyV RE NOT PRESENT Only fiftyeight whites slid twenty blacks were in attendance What wasjacking in numbers was not made up in enthusiasm either until late in the meeting when Messrs McClintock Lowry and Hogs waved the UpPoKtmnsler Upcan was elected lo preside Mr T O Adams Secretary therountylIet of resolves thiitt had been previously drafted with great care by Major UF Burtinm althongh the Committee remained ont Jong enough to have written the Ueclaiation of Independence und the Bill of Bights TIme interregnum was occupied with calls for speeches fromDr Stewart Dr Roberts and T C Adams but they declined to ba heard for reasons bret known to themselves Dr Roberts later retrieved his reputation by moving to adjournHowever there were three 13Inch shells loaded and primedand when their fuses were touched off they fizzled in the following order J T McClin tock H B Hogg and T C Lowry At the conclusion of their liilmlnatlons the air was streaked with blue superpatriotieWhen the Committee filed in Lowry was six feet off the earth liberating eloquence from his stuffed bosom and calling on Fattier Abraham tof ree us slaveryLowry read the resolutions As before said they were voluminous hence it would be difficult to re print them here verbatim from memory shouldhaveINTRODUCTION We tho Republicans of Madison county In mass convention assembled in the year of our Lord 1900 May 5 do announce and proclaim tho following plat carefulINDORSEMENTS We indorse the pure peerless and priceless administration of our great and noble Marcus Aur elius llanna him the greatest statesman and financier the world has ever known We indorse the Single Gold Standard pure and simple and undefined without restriction reduction or modification and hereby repeal that part of the Republican national platform pf 1896 in conflict resolution We indorse Imperialism as the fulfillment of the destiny of the nation and thePresitleiitWe indorse the creation of a great standing army a luxury which a great nation launched on the sea of destiny is most assuredly entitled to which none will deny injonctionfactors and friends And we also declare we have no time for the Democratic doctrine that the dollar should be placed upon an equal footing with capital or that the dollar should not have a higher place in time mind of the govern ment than the man who produces it- MONROE DOCTRINE AVe condemn the Monroe Doctrine as a pernicious and antiexpansion measure which originated in the heads of Democrats in the early days of our overnmet and ban by their parly been incorporated into the laws of the American Republic for the sole purpose of preventing the advancement of civili zation the principles of our party and the policy of the President and his con tideutial advifeis in the far East Acting as loyal Republicans we cannot af ford to oppose the administration no matter what our private opinions re TaylorBesideEurope and the only way It could expect the support of the great Republican party would he by international agreement THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES This ancient document meets with mr approval In every particular wherein- It tines not conflict with the avowed colonial policy of Win McKinley The writers of time Conntitiition and the amendments thereto were not responsible Ittinshonoreddocuimmenterecting a suitable monument would in our estimation be the proper testi monial to the illustrious dead SOLDIERS AND SAILORS The American soldiers antI sailors in the late Spanish unpleasantness won enviable fame for themselves nUll their country and no better champion or pro tector did they find than the War Department under the superb businesslike and economical management of Russell A Alger No one now denies that the soldiers feasted and fased in turns variety is thejspice of life and the boys of the army lund a spicy time of it It bus ever been the policy of our party to todoCIVIL SERVICE The Civil Service law is tIme offspring of the Republican party but since Ui enforcement tins worked a hardship upon many of our boys in the tienche because many of them cannot pass the examination we suggest that it be abol partyIhereANGLOAMERICAN ALLIANCE Time Republican party has ever had a great love for the mother country Emilaudgoods to enable them to live in luxury The two great nations are or by right ought to ho one It was a great mistake that we ever became alienated Bu this mistake can be corrected by a happy reunion of Join Bull and our lair Columbia They are time only civilized nations on earth that are carrying on andenrichingIhemselvlsother we were comrades at Bunker Hill anil the greatest tea party ever given on earth was tendered our English cousins by the patriotic citizens of Boston over 100 years agoTRUSTSTime Republicans have always lived up to and have faithfully stood by the traditions of our party It has been truthfully said that our party was never fosteritigto attack them now in the home of their friend would be nothing short of thathasthRepublicanstrong plank in our national platform that will show the people that the Demo crats are not the only antitrust party in this country INCOME TAX Wo are strongly opposed to an income tax and indorse the action of our Supreme Court in relation thereto the wonderlul somersault so successfully grtatIopposed to an Income Tax because it would fall heavily upon seine of our most generous campaign contributors PROTECTIVE TARIFF The Protective Tariff is the adopted child of the Republican party It has grown strong always when our party was in power Hand in hand we have gone up and down the hill together Our associations have been both pleasant and profitable Its people have been our people its god our god And now although the days of its usefullness are past for the sake of Auld Lang Syne infantiuidmintriesbosses have built castles in the highlands of Scotland and abide in our councils no more It was our boomerang in all our great conflicts and now it has re turned to rest in the lap of its grand old mother Both havo nearly fulfilled their mission on earth and we will go to our graves together We turn our back upon it now for tim sole reason thata protective tariff conld not live in the same atniospbero with Imperialism and AngloAmerican alliance ASSASSINATION Wiiile stiongly condemning the assassination of William iooboiInaturally sympathise with the assassins and conspirators They are to be con untiliTo their bad marksmanship all the woes of our partv today Ire due They were unwise in delegating the important task tonne who was too drunk to stand RympathytoTAYLOR YOUTSEY ETC SvlvesterTaylorrecenttroublesfollowedof honor anda lofty statesmanship worthy of his illustrious predecessor Gov Bradley the first governor TRYlurlion let us blame it onYoutsey He be the scapegoat It were far better that one man should die than several Yonttey has nobody umidoiriglieing evidence against him by his acts bis chief accuser He talked too muchIWe honor him however for barter his gui1t knowledge to save his neck by making a confession that would hang Tarlor mtnd damn the Re publican noble selfsacri getsJusticemake an annual pilgrimage to his tomb on Capitol Hill though turf be csepallimepnblicansare ungrateful THE MARTYRS arelanjtuiehIDgthe others whom the prison doors are yawning we extend sympathy from the most remote recesses of our hearts thtodayerso f hmouor at any other time than this necessitytprisrnmYetrustrecommend the release of a sufficient umber tolend ltysnd wisdom to CONFESSIONS We recommend that our brethren teaisimonyodd Heuiphill flay or other Itemblican or attacJno matter reputable be may be Hoi mow Well tuat WM to iknoy whereof he peke We shk tee tbe murdcrc ptttredbtit tills la all Any further Jera=I TN ItftUseit I P J i lice In this case As the burden of proof lies with the prosecution we ad vocate a continuance of the present policy of onr party to make no effort firedtllRa 00000 fund let them bring the canMcnnwhfleshoulder to shoulder and to agitate the peoplesmoneytestimony that will hang Taylor and time Republican party cot CAMPBELL CASTIGATED We repudiate the statement that them tiCamnpbellofa Republican By his ceaseless the1trltwihimuelf to the nppreheiiRfon of the aM Htialti he hiss proslituied hut btilliatit l Hiits to he exposure of the whole durk plot and thereby hiss well ni2b lUiiuiird our party beyond the hope of MilvtUiou In IfIIBhfo or of resurrec lion in l lie life to mine Henceforth toRepnljlf 1JohntHE PRESS WQ record yrltb pride and gratitude our recognition of es rendered its by that portion of the State press hA8M8lnationODistress and those papers conducted by Tallow 1lck Knott and Wm C Pollardi Simewspapersper THE BROWISoIt IB our wish to retxi tins mental moral phyeical and fiuAHCHU support uf that Wing of De Btivti the Brown Democrats AilhijyfcKstJl metrically Mid e Yyti1IMwatftoetim Wilhirt tIf nrU Will1itj di p I irJLp tlo Eruptions An eruption all over jay body caused a burning sensation so could not sleep nights By taking Hood- sSarsaparilla I was completely S cured JENNIE 4 THOMrsoirBox36 COakBvIIle N Y 1 f Get only Roods Like Father LikIChild IiPI5 tesurno his ancestors If parents wish healthy children let then see thalUhey themselves have pure rich strong blood No tauit of sofula no i naliiIous malady no lurking microbes or germs toba a cursfc to posterity Purify the blood Hoods Sarsaparilla is the guardian pf infanta yet unborn Buy it today Jidi Sa 5ndno tbrni to nittp tv1tlmn III a rarapaicii on tlin blub plane Tf Civil Liberty HVoidiin all fereme lo ihe Single Gold Standard linporialismlMilitarism and Asfaw concessions should he innde byus in the interest of puccppM at time polls next November Tbe offices are what ne a ftervFINIS plntformHONEST expression of the 78 Republicans assembled in Richmond on May 5 1000 Believing that we should neither deceive ourselves nor the IntelligentTvoters of this county witho favor wo have herein made public the position onr party should take on all questions of state and national interest We ask your support You name the price Henna will do the rest A B C D Eo B G Committee on Resolutions PERSONAL giMrsMr James Neale is at home from LexingtonMiss Amsdon of Versailles is with Miss Flora Ohenanlt Mr Jack Millers condition has 1m ptoved sinO our last report Mrs A IL Burnam of Frankfort is with Mr and Mrs C F Burnrm Miss Mary Gentry has returned from Fordafter a pleasant visit to Mrs Lee Todd Mr Will Denny of Point Levell pent Sunday with hid brother Mr A C Denny GhaveStanford Mrs Robert H McCrearyof Chicago is the guest of Governor and Mrs JH McCtearyaMiss Mary Spencer re turned from a visit to Danville ands VincimestergMr Will Hinton and Miss Elizabeth Woodford of Paris are guests of Miss Sue Hume Mr Lacy L Moffctt an old C Ustu dent now of Louisville was here the first of the week 29Bmldwintime May Festeral Mr and Mrs John Allen of Carlisle are with Mrs Allens parents Mr and Mrs J W ZarmugCGen W C Woodbury of Middles burg Wits with Dr A Wilkes Smith several days last weekwMr and Mrs Lee Todd of Ford visited relatives in this city and coun ty Saturday and Sunday Misses Sallie and Lucia Burnam and Mrs it R Burnam are attending the musical festival in Cincinnati tills week Mr M M Miller of Richmond was slsteainJawIrsJournal Mrs Green Clay who has been for several months in Cincinnati with her niece Miss Belle Clay has returned to Rich mendgMiss Bessie McGinn one of VersaIl- les most attractive young ladies is the guest of her sister Mrs John H Pates on Broadway Jlittlein Clark after a visit to Mr and Mrs T D Cheuault Mr and Mrs Robert Burnam entertained very elegantly at dinner Major and Mrs Curtis F Burnam on the Soth anniversary of their marriage Airs Rutherford Eo Douglas and little daughter Druecilla of Nicholasville after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs W II Letcber have returned home Saturdaylortime with his brother Mr tVmY Watts of Kentucky on the latters ranch Alexandria La Democrat Messrs Times Campbell HG Walblace Clay Crews and Ben Monday night for Norwood W Va where they have procured employment with Frank Campbell brother of the first named tirlsspentSundaylattcrs hospitable home near WACO Misses Alice Talbolt of Paris Irene oburgThe Maids of Honor of the two localCamps of the Confederate who wIll appear iu the mammoth parade at Louisville next month wil i be Miss Earle Chenault for time Chen ault Cap and Miss Kittie French for the Collins CampiJudge the Court of Appeals spout Sunday with his brother Dr V H Hobson Although ihe youngest member of tho Court Judge Hobson is considered one of the brainiest and best but withal a moocst man and genial corn paiiInm W Reed Embrv a grandson ot Madi Embrylormertyat Danville last week We hear that young Mr Einbry was distinguished iu all pf the branches he passed anti being almost a Madison county Lo we bishooorableMrs Sarah Gibson has presented to the ConfedernteleDorid throughthe theInteMB8Katberinehas many relatives here Lexingtun Gazette Dr C H Vaught leaves on Ma 14 El1ItHesurgeon of Philadelphia Thence to Atlantic City to attend the American Medical Aseocisiloim wilt take n postgraduate couse in New York and return about July 1 Mrs Vanght will spend he time at with her otherpThe Prdndenniel Club meets Fridajbevening at the residence of H Vanjlit Owing to the protracted BaptistdlurchVmights for supper at 9 which the discueeion oclnclcafLe1h Science will be hilIThe class consimitibof Dr Blanton Df Vaitght Turner Prof Clark and Mr Roberts Wriing from Waco Texas to the editor jf the CLIMAX Miss Naunette fDrdoubt yon wil he surpriscdto hear from rime but cannot or g r tiveabout the latter of June wijjbetalents deserve nut to mention her popularity and great worthiness She was graduated about three yearn ago it A Boston School of Oratory and was classSinceMexico and many of the states everywhere winning gulden opinions f her superior geoiua as a reader and eciter Th CLIMAX will later an nounce time dMeof her recital here and voices tha ekiase of ciizenato this tevely KIH JICeiMIJpHebetl dyouifftld LoTI r l ttt t J rta1W J z W ih 0 Irt RELIHOUm laMtrwet installod as HIMIOIW of timid pAprilhot Newton Taylorof Eetill county ihl preach at Kanavangh hool Imnuob next Saturday eveliinjr at 7 following Sunday at 11 oclock Time protracled meelingat the Bap tist church is now on in earnest Dr Whittle an eminent divine of Frank IIna classmate and friend of the P1I1 is preaching mornlnrondopnlng audiences FO far have been large jEverybodyBIRTHS HISLB To Mr and Irs tThoml1s JboyWELLS To time wile of Dennis Wells of Union City on April SO a fine rlcMoKiNNEY To Mr and Mrs David McKinney of Union City May 2 ni nine pound daughterA D1ATIfSbEADS At her home near the fair grounds Saturday moraine Mrs Lu cretia Eads aged eightytwo years Her death was due to old ago De c ptmavinglacedchurch eixtvfive years ago Her re burryingGREEN Miss Ida Bessie Green age 13 youngest daughter of Mm Flora reeu died of pneumonia on Sunday at 1280 timid was butied CemeleryFunerlllat thefamity residence assisted by Revs urner and Smith Deceased was bright aimable child for although she was always delicate she was sun and happyhearted and was a meat favorite with her companions She was a pupil of Caldwcll High School bird grade anti a faithful member of Christian Chinch Sabbath School Her mother and four sisters and two brothers o g sympathyfCIAY The death on Sunday April of Mary Jane Warfiold Clay was in our last issue Time Lexington Gazette says At her residencein this city on Sunday last after a protracted CiIlVdiedlay was the daughter of Dr Elishu Warfield of time Meadows near this city and was one of the loveliest young omen of her day was a creat younglmelife in Madison Iounty but having e Feyttenection with the society of this city and county She was gentle kind and full of tenderness nUll good will for every human being She was sorely tried by many afflictions which sue bore with Christian fortitude and patience The devotion of her children to her at all times but especially during the last weeks of her life was one of the most scenes imaginable They all athered around her and at all times one of more of her dan hletl sat by her bedside and soothed and sympathized as only loving daughters the sixty odd years of our acqnaintI- tucewith Mrs Clay we never heard n unfavorable criticism or unkind re- mmark made in reference to her her sons and daughters sisters and brothers and nieces and nephews of w hw there were many she was loved aud admired and respected us few women ever have been and having passed away her good works do follow her Irvines Bank Cashier Captured YlstcrdayEnluirefrom Richmond remember handsome dash inK Joe McDowell the defaulting cashier of the Estill County Deposit Bank Ho is n native of Mt livet Robertson Ky and his whereabouts has een a mystery since 1894 A Than who gives his name as D t byimealleged absconding cashier of tho Bank polictbladquarterderal years ago it is charged taking all the money that was In the vaults of the bank about 5000 There is a reward supposldiIformerlyivedviewing the work at the convention hail and followed him until an ofllccr was met when he demanded the mans arrest Vaughn hula wife and his sister IolliticlyIdentitiedused to board at the Tudor home aeICllsersKentucky but not at Irvine lie has been working hero as a solicitor for the Adams Installment Company Time Irvine authorities wore notified of the arrest replied that an officer would start for Kansas Cityo11 the first train Sacred Concert a Great Success The Sacred Concert at time First Pres byterian church last Thursday evening was a very enjoyable affair rendered doubly so to the editor because he wits l f tiyhemore or less dillicnlt task having bbir obUgInMonsieut Thomas and W B Bright Alas for time frailties foibles and fickil ness of the aforesaid When this time arrived to receive their exhaustive crit ical comments for publication in these coltuins they were nou est So we must content ourselves ami probably disappoint the artists of that memor able occasion with tile tiiecomuionnlacure mark that the conceit was perfectly g sightMrs were de cidedly iho stars and were welt BUD organistMrspearance was the signal fern cordial re- eption for hI all circles site is greatly personally and her eminent musical ability renders her a central figure everywhcre MiK MfCtin locks violin sqlo and obtigato were pro nounced successes her skill grime and beauty being acknowledged by nfl A- otzbinfeattmre was the coutrallo solo y Hiss Carrothew who possisss rare peivnnal beauty aud a voice of inarvor singswlthgreatereaaennd theInfirmary thl8hallYhat Ekdri Line tc Richmond Not Seems a Certainty thutfllrmersboth in Madison and Faycite arc strongly in favor of the propostitidcc anJLexlnztollWhether this he true or not tbttre are persistent reports to the effect tliht time road will be built arid we print Chi our ngfvhHelJll1j bv the Lexington promolKE that anllRiclelectrln pasawfrer and lliwi weIq tt11t4nlnlleshnrterKHsev prcealtredi4l wijh tp II I1 e Dyspepsia U I had dyipep ama in its worst form and tried Ba4terae but f0H4noelief until I took Hoods Sareapa rilla and Hoods Pills To great joy I found relief aucLa cure Lam noW well and strong MARY E BYRD Olncy ill It will divert trade from Rich ojid to Lexington and notwithstand g the LeJdn ton Herald flatters tim- epponents of time undertaking de aring with great unction that such n olicy diverting our trade to Lexing on pould be Rhortsiclite and Guam chilly unwholesome we arts quite ositive that jURt Butch an idra is the asis of the movement Only last weeY In a similar undertaking to con nectN Columbus Ohio with adjacent towns and villages a big row In the council resultcl in time passage of an ordinance crantiuz a franchise to the iiprlnfjfleld interurban electric railway which says the Columbus Citizen means much In promoting the pros erity of Columbus for theee connec ug roads will bring people and trade for many miles from ill directions- In commending the passage of the o says further and hero is the milk in tho cocoanut Tim- eusiness men of Columbus who will a rich harvest from the trade thus- ssured the city should hold a ratifica tion meeting and express their hearty a of Councilman Junk and colleagues in the causeof progress Does the Herald see in the above any mention of the prosperity result to other cities than Columbus nti will it not be the same with Lex ngtozm And can the CLIMAX be- lamed for opposing a scheme however legitimate that will tend to make of Richmond a feeder and suburb of Lexington and cause grass to grow on robin street where now the busy hum of traffic ding constantly in our eats One more and we close this article The Columbus State Journal exuber utlyoxcittimim all in all the people of Columbus have cause to congratulate themselves on tho victory they have won But it is only the first victory Let tho good work go on until the whole interurban question is settled along these lines IN TIlE INTEREST OK THE GROWTH AND ADVANCEMENT OF COLUMBUS- See article on our fourth page The Electric Line to Richmond etc MILLION improvingMrs Mrs WednesdayMr relatives at Nicholasville this week Miss Minnie Roberts visited Misses Maagie Masters and Fannie Coats Sun day v Loweryisiteddayilia Lucy English visited Rev Kilo and family of Richmond last wvck Ear EM TKK Hcws This We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O AVe the undersigned havo known F J Cheney for the last i5 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm islsToleeloyin Wholesale Prutjelsts Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood systemTestimonials Sold by all ilruirjnats 73 cents Halls Family Tills are time best 2maylm NOW IS THE TIME TO BU- Y17eatNoIJbyNiceDfss I Goods I N INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CON VINCE YOU THAT WE HATE THEM AND ThAT QUIt PRICES ARE RIG lIT iE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SILK GINGHAMS AT 39C A few patterns of Japanese Wash Silks at 19e their real value is GOt IDont forget our Percales and Ginghamswe 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 pa up to S135 will speak for selves when you see them Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts ODe themflSilkatine Skirts all colors 49 and 79c Ladies Silkatine Skirts deep flounce corded ruWe all colors 99c Infants Caps at 9c Infants Embroidered Silk Caps at 25c Ladies Blacked Ribbed Hose special grade 2 pair for 25c l Dadies Lace Stripped Hose 25c Childrens Hose in fast colors at lOcolLadies Jet Belts at the very low aprice of 25e Dont overlook our line of Covert and White P K Skirts We feel sure that our stock will please you and you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread still goes at 4ctOUR BARGAINJ SHOE SALEuu IS STJLL GOING ON Come early or you will be too late to secure a bargain for tho stock will soon be gone at the prices we have marked them OWEN M KEEO+ + w ij3- m KIEKSVILLE PrDLFryis at home lrof Harris closed a very successful school hero Friday R S Brown and James R Henry wire in Cincinnati last week Miss Vessie Hockaday is spending the week with Miss Minnie Dunn MraJ B Walker is with her brothers Joe and Allen Deatherage at Waco Mrs Alice Faris is at home from Lavreneeburg her sister Miss Burton improvedIt of onr young professional men will soon become a benedirt Miss Ollie Newland who has been in school here has returned to her homo in LincolnMr Hays and wife of Bar hoursvillo are visiting the family of Mr Oscar Helton Mrs James Tyler and children of Richmond are visiting the family of Rev II B Zernow Judge Joe Robinson and wifeof Gar rard were with Mr and Mrs H F Arburkle Wednesday Miss Nellie Mershon earns up from Stanford and spent Thursday night with Miss Lena Palmer Uncle Joe Hopper of Ierryville preached at tIme Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening F IrIt is our aim to offer to patronsI uptodate furniture at prices as reachctanci mis view we are aaiiy adding to our stock he latest goods Call inspect For yourself You will profit by it Polite attention and generaLsatfactionguranteedReadbeIow ii upBedioomCouches i 12 00 up Rocking Glmirs V 2 00 up I tipExtension AJo ask to see our full line of Folding Beds Cots Springs Mattresses Ladies Desks Chif foniers etc Carpets and eICOST FOR CASH s UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Respectfully t Jo1sJOPLINI Night Phone H6 Day Phone 73 Watch For Our Grand OPENING ah0 1 FOR SALE 1 One registered Ball and twenty highgrade byBeptemberThtmy farm and other personal property Some milkersI K- yNEIIE ut LIrE Water and Light See J M TJIFFE arId have him to ofPlumhillGradeElevator atmelValves lurnishedlor andWindMain St Richmond Ky Lock Box J 73 QlJaUI In Gilt we P i Amatner Fiot Lorento Grecian and Roman Ramble Twice Told Tales Hawthorne Elizabeth or the Exiles of Siberia JI1 w A Study in carlct fJ c rtk c Bigtovr Paper Wilbur VP English Harry or Lessons we TruBt London by Day and Night Bartlett Henry Ward Beecher 2 a Child History of Eogland MarLin Chuzziewit A Dombey and Son 6 David 7 Great Expectations and other Harry Lyndon 2 henry Esmond 3 The Newcomes 4 Paris Sketchesj4 5 Pendennls The Floss anti Silas 3 Errant Z 3 HALF A SHIRT where a whole ought to be mu deserve the wrath their patrons Cleansing and Unfailing without in juring time goods we earn tIme approba by careful to every detail RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Of Standard Books and 4t the Arlington EditiOns Cloth Bound Trimmed have the following at J5c a t Volume Amusements MulockDr WinterBoy onfactRilpatrickMoore ReadoHandy IrviiiRDoraJokalCrownDickensSpoopenkyke u SmartCarlBartlett GlassPhililpLife Battieheadsam Lifo of I 4 on I The Amrrlcan i Beyond Compare Gibbon TLrough Glass and whet Alice found Illustra Carroll t Authnr Ihe Virginia Housewife a good I Hafland The Boys own Book of John Waverlcy Scott Century Scott The Career of a Nihilist Stepnlak of Nelson Joseph Allen Tho Cookbook on Prac Cooking of today Mrs Jane Warner Browns the and Testament Rev John Brown D D Tho Scott Younz Folks Natural Hlatorry Il 4 Twenty Thousand Leagues Under Verne paper Dickens Works in nice Red Imitation Russia Leather Binding J5 Volumes Conmiete 374 3 flarnabyfludgeandotherstorjc CopperOeld ierfectperfectioninour LAUNDRYWORK- is attained attention ELDERS VAhAR1 LISs Stationery Haggardk IlatrthroneWitch KippllnjrCooks DojleChiffons CarrollBrief ChesterScld lVEmbryEarly ChrisNorrisBudsFriendship LongfellowRomola RandolphThe SportsDuctsKnickerbocker 4tEolEcouomkaj Concordance SpecialCorrespondent Antiquary BflbyThe PageUfobinding2cts Complete 8 Little Dorrit 9 Nicholas Nicklcby ShopII other stories 11 Onr Mutual Friend 1J Papers 11 of Cities 15 Christmas Stories tA + Thackerys Works in same Binding as Dickens 7in Works all JO Volumes 274 V the 6 lioundabont Papers Christmas Books 8 Vanity a Vmrgtnlans 10 w Elliotts Works in Brown Cloth Binding Sx 4Vdum Mill darnery Tbeophrutu Clerical 4 DanIel Deronda 5 Jobal other Poems 6 Middlemarcb s7 Edna Lyalls Works in Dark grown Cloth Bind t Volumeis 189 Knight Donovan We Two one Looking Outdoor Life Old New Sea Pickwick Tale Two at Fair The Holt the Spanish Spy and ingr Six 4 Wjn Waiting Dayia j inookrou children from the 1liumtntted ABC Book at 5c to win 3 atones attic prited OB good cardboard and about loo pages or more W 4WSaineaa share w14tastiadez si to Same sa abeve eely esspee biaSing I 25 IsIEnvelpessMemefor ae 4e Sc 25 aTelopc5 Ic Nice Boxes of Paper andpreasatsn aiis ieaj PenCils l2S n4 Sc Qers 3 aud Sc PePotnta for 55 alt makes LedgersDybOoks 5aUhote joks CopoekIons kc Irom I to each r t of tho ted the by ter 20c E V ELDER =F In Union There IiStrengihJ 1Having sold a half interest in my Grocery Business to i pastfavors1attention of his friends to his partnership in the business and solicits a share of their patronage The high grade of goods j and rcputationof this store will be maintained i DEATHERAGE BALDWIN ISuccegSQrs to E Deatherage Co The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1000 t J 1 I We wants to sell our stock of China and are goiiifr to offer it at slaughter prices Come in and select before it is picked over Garden seed of all kinds Few flower bulbs left Nice lot Tomato and Cab bage plants Plain and fancy Lamps sell ing low Come arunning Doors open at 7 oclock this morning McCLvxN DBATHKRACE 5 Kao notice lost yollow Jcreey Reward Save money and pet a suit Irom S ton Tor inarMtf Suits from f0 up to moasuro at Sioullorn inar4tf Call and leave your measure at Stouflers tho tailor marlHf Iancv shirts in new styles at Stont fuin iiiarHtf Rev L L Kyi lias moved from Orchard street to Ilodesdale Illggiim Luxtil can otTer you some bargains in VHliinles mayi 1m Dr I Ijvndinai will be at tim residunro Of Mr M M MillorHiuh iiijiiil Ky todiiy One dollar mid fifty cents to Cin cinitiiii and return Sunday vm L N Train loives depot at 855 a mIOur motto is strirtly cash Best groceries at lowest prices tf H A BAXTER Mgr Mat S Cohnn bought of Farris Mc Cord an extra 5 rear old guiding at 125 nlllia four year old nay ware by Ohirhester 2214 from Cal Snyder for 4150 If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut lops or trcen and wish to sell them for wsli write or call on KOY SoiEit Co nov29 Gin NicfiobiHVlIle Ky Dont huy a suit uutil you StflUifers iuarl1d Mv giiiirantij is that every Suit of Clothes sliilI uive perfect KilNfnction btf n ljivins tlin iip I do HOt charge for clothes flint d not fit CHAS AGO 15- 9feb2Mf The Tailor Soo StoutTor for men and hoys clutt1iIlSomething niarl4tf IIHW in lltns Clothing at lias Jacobs Ho has the finfHt hrullghttJimnat and sroods the best Call and iiiveHtigalP feb2if Great opnoiltiniy ifT rpd to good rfliabe men alary of 15 por week IttroiJ Destroyer in iheeoimtry fend stamp American lIIrI Co ferro llnute Iud 28felly The new cutter can sit ou at StouHorB mnil4tf Agents on tcilarv of SI5 per week and expenses ilmvcnntes agent seller ever prodiiuvd ewry stooft and poultry rrtieer buys it onpiglit Ilngilrrs want stampAmcrienH2Sfebly Tailor made vestn at Stouffers See tho new style hats atStoufiors Have suits made by Stouffer and save 10 marl4tf j HallburnedParties interested in the fair wll meet at Slate Hank Saturday at 3 p m atSelilegels lowIboyswithand cheap A new and latest improved National Cash Register for tale Apply at this ofiico ISaprtf Seo Biggins Luxon for Bncgics and Carriages Prices the lowest mavOlm There was a hung jury in case of isinThe Enterprise Grocery willed houseintu Battalion parade will bo given on ItridIlYTheassist Win A brains of Jackson county was fined 10 and cost for drunkenness etc here February court day Two brothers wore released They were de fended by T C Lowry WilIgings Mixed Paints the Best at J25 per gallon made in any quantity and col ors The White is the Whit est made For Rent A neat five room cottage near the Episcopal church lrice SlO per mouth Apply ti DR EVANS 2oaprtf Lost Cow Yollow Jersey cow no hair on neck and wearsa leather collar First missed Saturday morning Iteward for infor mation or return to MRS J1 SlIACKELFODD New and True Dentists who extract tooth because they ache should go to school and learn how iliev should ho treated Dr Hob son next door to Government Build ing Richmond Ky jnlOtf Stouffer the tailor makes suits to Qt marl4tf For Sale A new Peering Blunter just used one puroToulouseW POWELL liprGw TIed House Ky EonterpriscGrocery rerins for cash than any grocery house tn Richmond Jt A BUTEIt Mgr tf A FA1S OFPSB I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylillecity Selected from anybodys cata logue that yon may thereby sav ing you expense of ordering Respectfully jau3lyr DP ARMEIt Public Training Stable J J Einbry and n S Wilcox hav ing joined in partnership for the pur pose of handling horses have opened a public stable at the fair grounds Anyone having colts to break or horses to be handled for speed will do well to see llaprSm Esimtv WILCOX Christian Endeavor Convention For the mooting of the State Conven tion of the Christian Endeavor Society at Versailles Ky May 11th to 13th the L A IV R will sell round trip tickets to that point from all stations at rate one and onethird fare for the round trip C M BROWNING Gen Puss Agent Vandalism at Dcrca dastardly outrage was discovered nt lUtea Friday when half dozen or tiinrtf tumhstoiicA in the Berea CemA cry were found in a mutilated condi lout hiidiv defaced by blows iron SOIIJB sharp instrument The handsome monument of Klislia Wilt was defaced most 8rarrefulh and rewards are out for the apprehension of the vandals You wont marvel that we keep busy all the time when you see the Wall Paper at 4c and5c gilts 6 cents new dark rich Reds Greens and Blues at 9 r upGeo J IWe Are1 Now Ready With the largest and most complete line ef SHOES HATS AND MENS j FURNISHINGS i Everbrought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things at PRICES that will please you to buy We invite you to call and examine owvo Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be con vinced that for the same quality of goods we are the CHEAPEST house in chmoads jt RJCE8L ARNOLD t Main Street Ii Richmood Ky 4g 1 + iil4 co f 1 p L Let Amputated Owen Riddell of Rice Station who was injured by a railroad train sown lostMondaywell- Appehntd Colonel on General Ptyntzs Staff ofthienewlyhas been appointed Colonel on the Stf of Major General L M UnitedConfederate Blue Grass Seed That Will CMIB Up ofBluomade known In person at White Hall LxiLIgtollCitizen will publish CLAYIy A Call Freak A shorthorn calf 18 iinhes high and weighing liJ poun Is furnishing amusement nt the home of Mr Vtn IllerrheboullikereachtheOnly a Dog Hunters and artist will view with nothing else than feelings of admiration the oil painting of a bird dog that is on Joplinsexecuted by Mrs C Widney Cobb and in our untutored judgment it is as fine a picture of mans best friend in the animal kingdom as we ever saw in any gallery Off For Ohio theHighSmithIILUnderwood Ohioforthey caught will tax to the utmost the credulity of the most gullible Lady PhysiciannAs exclusively announced two months ago by the CUJTAX Miss Mary the1auraofficehere EsinceUniversity Dr Letcher is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W It Letcher of this citv Two Desperate Jackson County Men In Hoc Deputy U S Marshal W T Shortspassed through hero on Monday route to Athens Fayette COli 1 to cure evidence against Jack llnrchum- and his son Chares whom he had itr countyloroperatinsent the men to Mt Vernon to be jailed and says they are two of the most des inJacksonWorth One Dollar a Minute It will require ten minutes and be worth a dollar each to read tho editor- Ial extracts from the Stanford Journaltpublished on our first page hicommendliant utterances 01 the brave incorruptible and undefiled Democrat whose fight for the party always of the t hhein the State press Local Investors laterestcdyTho large number of persons here LexiugtonInvestment in knowing that about a dozen or more certificates owned here matured this month The entire list of matureniente would cover nearly two columns in the RTIiiagency here with handsome front of fico upstairs over Joplins Furniture store on Main street below Hotel Glyndon Horribly Mangled by TraincNo more horrible accident has occurred in this county in years than that which befell Ira Berry on Monday night when he was run over by the train near Red House and his body mutilated almost beyond identification CaptEverettly drove the Adams Express wagon Ho was about 28 years of ago and leaves a widow was a Miss Shearer IHs reported that Berry left here about 10 oclock Monday eveningn and was asleep on the killed Judge Brcek In High Feather Any lawyer much less so distin guished and able one as Judge C 11 Krcck of this city would bo elated overhaving his construction of a deli cate and hitherto undecided point ol law upheld by Ihe Supreme Court of ropublillhedbv Judge Lreck when a resident of Outaha Neb setting forth the effect of certntu provisions in the constitution which has been literally followed h importntAre Hurt In a Runaway Ode Pigg and John Ballard cousins of 2609 East Eighteenth street were seriously hurt in a runaway accident about 7 oclock last night They were driving west on Sixteenth street and when near Tracy avenue ran into the curbing Pigg and Ballard were thrown out ol the buggy striking on their heads Both men received severe concussions of the brain Ballard in addition was injured about the scalp eyeDr pollee sur geon was coiled and the men were re moved to their homo Pigg owns a grocery store on East Eigb teen th street Kansas City Daily White Lead and Linseed Oil fresh and pure at the same price that others will ask you for old stuff carried over from last year Geo M Willging Centre College Coming Hera The Centre College base ball team plays C U May 10th Dont forgot tho dale and let the people of Richmond turn out and show that they lire public spirited able and willing to patronize home institutions Athletics ate very essential to the prosuerty of our great college which every citizen should be interested in The revenue derived by the people of our town from the students of Central University is more than is expended College boy enlivcn our city and create a uemald for our surplus Ladies ministers law teachersmerchautsmeuhauicsand Your presence will encourage our boys enlarge the gate receipts and be one of the essentials to success CITIZEKS Caldwell Hiqh School Contest The annual contest for selecting representatives of Caldwell High to the Bluo Grass Tournament took place on Saturday night at the court house in the presence of people Patents and frIends of tho pupils were present and hundreds of the scholars were there brightonedscene Superintendent J D Clark was the master of ceremonies and had thing a well under contrpl The pro amwas sufficiently long and diversified to please all the music and recitations al ternating to prevent possible monoto ny Tim Judges of tho Music were chosen from the Facu1trof Madison In stitute because unquestioned coutetantswereThe winner were Boys vocal solo BoiKii Lackey girls Annie Todd Kirb rv Lila Taylor TOC t duett Mses Wlilte and Backer In the boys Declamatory Contest 3oV KfiCresry Hon W B Slwllh wd teockJtr t SP1RtR D 11 IN ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MENS WEAR Ten1Iiof M ns New V iAW these goods for the V JPRICE FurnishCJ Suits and all heavy goods that we want to close out J and will save you money on every article These rsame goods will cost you more money next fall CovingtonMItcheIIWindow ew ones just made up in pure White Dark Green etc all widths and lengths Price right J 0cents up Geo M Willging van Settles Memory Honored Here by a VictoryaOne year ago Friday Hon Evan Settle delivered the chief address at great celebration in Chicago the title II his oration being Robert E Lee Ist Friday night Mr Elliott Poe Smith that oration won the first c p kontestgallantstill in death honored in the city where Mr Settle last November made the beat speech delivered here luring the entire campaigncAnother Chapter in The Mills Fictitious Fortune Story t printedIteLexitigtonimto tho effect that Mills had told them of i recovery of his fathers fortune and lo of the Brown house Macon Gabetc etc Title was six weeks ago our last page today the Lexington Her byheavyhis boarding house keeper Poor fellow his hallucination seems to aunt him still for the fortune that for ears seemed just within his grasp IP as remote and visionary sis the fabled ag of gold at the end of the rainbow Where Money is ScatteredOHundreds of are scattered through this city every Saturday night by reason of the location here of the- ichmond Cigar Factory It is a first factory not a mendicant institution but has capital behind it Never tholess it should be cordially supported a cgoodigars Bigarsthe tencent goods already having a larger sale than other ten cent brands on the market Try the Pran dennial Club it is the perfection of the manufacturers art And remember ever wave of cerulean smoke returns a penny to the merchants lawyers doctors or others instead of to outsiders V you must smoke smoke homemade cigars yRichmondsThe fourth issue of the Rambler the- ewspaper published by Prof EwmetthEinbrv of this city is what in detail on our fourth page airordingbrighuton the little monthly one of which is as follows When the Negro learns to stand also by substantial friends regardless uf denominational or political lines that mav divide them his friendship will then besought antI hits influence will be felt and appreciated we may when some intelli gent member of the race like Prof platformheof his people than all the bloodyshirt orators that have kpt them in a f reuzj since the civil war tee last page Important Meeting Confederate Veterans Maids ol Honor Chosen At a callnd meeting of the Confederate Veterans held on Saturday N B Deatherage was elected chairman and D K Tovis secretary N B Deather age was elected captain of the T It Collins Camp and David Chenault CninuItho accommodations for both camps at the cowing reunion Louisville Dele gates were chosen as follows T B Collins Camp James B McCreary and JampDwidIt was decided that Decoration Day this year should be on the fourth Sat urdav ill May at 10 a in A motion was made and carried that the following Maids of Honor he elected Collins Camp Miss Kittle French i Chenault Campr Miss Earle Chenault Stallion Show A number of handsome stallions were on exhibition Monday Uordo Irvine Azbiils chestnut stat lion stands at 10 at Dr Itaokcrs Vet erinary Stable this city Irvine Azbills Woodfort SquirtelJr 55 CityConstauutine son Masters stable near Silver Creek Wnlkin1Denmarkstable this city J Vf Bales No 41 o leading fire 20 at Collins Walkers fairgroundsI Frank Turner 5 for mares and 4 for horse colt on Muddy Creek Rufus Jenkins jackr Tom5 near Million i Tornado 4at It C Boggs 3 miles north of Red House t Pbolrarmjack Billy Breckiundxc 3bY Hour ion Chief tlearKlrk8villeSO Alas How SeeR Fergolten anykindit happens to be headache or stomach trouble that bothers yon take Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsi tr anti you will not only forget you ever had it but will know that you are not liable to have It again The dose is small and it in pleasant to take Sold by all druguists mayOlm There Is electricity in kiss says a scientist Perhaps that is why kissing shocks some folks Nothing has ever been produced to equal or coinpare with T eye Ointment as a curative U healing application for Piles Fissures blind and bleedipfr eztflnw or httrQ- AI and Itching MM btttcdrBc of th reeth The riM k hnnHidi W feid c nltMlMf FrkttMitttr tot i mj I n l Jast before retiring It your liver Is dullbillcus Hoods PillsAnd youll be till right In the morning suspicionboutvest pockot The Farmers Wife is Ver careful about her churn She sralds it thoroughly after using and Sheknowss rhotomachand digemive and nutritive tracts are exactlykitstomachhantinto it The evil of a foul stomach is theloulruption of time pure current of blood r ihiseasehuriiughnttGolden Medical Discovery snakes thes thetomsehuath does for the churnabsolutely ro orcorrl1JUngolement intuxlcant topoup there- In the spring the birds are theirsumnmerhomelaties Oer the mead the cattle roam In the spring your blood is freighted diseaseHunorsSignals warning you of these In feelingMakesyou feel Hkebegginfrstealing Bather than engage work aManYou will find Hoods Sarsaparilla Just exactly what you need niayDlm s toayAlono in MidOcean or the train in the house or while at toisagreeable SyrupPepi4uindigestion sick headache and stom ach trouble Sold by druggists rnayOlm seethoSingle Fact arSllmentWhatof facts Every cure by Hoods Sarea parilla is a fact presenting the strongest possible c of the merit of this medicine Thousands and thousands of such facts prove that Hoods Sarsa parilla will cure all diseases caused or thebeatbylIoods sightantiIn tonstipatlon Ilerbtne affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptlv A few small will tisu ally he found to fit regulate the excre operateSO cents lerry Thomas Suiaylm It is easy to do right when sin ceases to be a pleasure 1899PEISINGentlemen Our baby Esther has never tasted H drop of medicine other than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for more than a year It entirely cured her of constipation She is a lovely child medicineisho has not been well and strong until we began Using it Wo know of others who are Using It with good results AVIshiujryouBuccess yoursItits U Sold by druggists mayO ini The quick movements of a pugilist are apt to be sluggish- nEplln1c cfWhoopn Cogk- Last winter during an epidemic of lioopiny coujzh my contract ed the dlseasn having severe coughing spells We had used Chamberlains Cough Rdraeday very successfully for croup nnd naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the cough and efFectixl a complete cure John B Clifford Proprietor Norwood house Norwoolj K This remedy Is for by Perry Thomnsfmayltn I consider it not a bat a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell thu wonderful cure effected in my IMO thetimely use of Chamber- laIns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was taken very badly with flux and a bottle of this reme iiv A few doses of it effected a permanent rnre take pleasure in recom mending Itto others suiTering from that draIIrultliReasoJ W Lvnch Dorr W Va TJhitf rcfinedy w sold by Thomas Smnyltn H pplnBsa is o teH the price of being commo pace The an Ienta believed that rlienma ttsm wan tIle work of a demon within a man y Otto who has had an attack rheUJnltllen1lwilllllltr iac enough to warrant the belief It ChamberImoos lHi4 Jt will cure rlt a mat lain ant- iluuundr4bear tMltIJoOtIy to tile truth or this ateasa eiit Ouue application f reliefEIJ r WftttftTT EI 1 r J TWENTY PER CENT OFF SHOES I In order to introduce our LADIES MISSES and CHILDRENS FINE SHOES and SLIPPERS and our Elegant Line of Mens Shoes we have decided to give a reduction of TWENTY PER CENT OFF beginningMayOUR REGINA Fine acknowl Fine Line of Shoes on all Laste and Cuts is in our 20 days sale this line will only be 240 a saving of per pair on every purchased is no better shoe in the market than the Regina even at 500 per pair REMEMBER THATTwenty Per Cent will be deducted from the amount of every purchase in our Great Shoe Department for 20 DAYS NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SHOES Our stock is filled up with only the very choicest things in Mens Chil drens Babies and Shoes and Slippers We have the most complete line in If you need anything in Shoes now is the time to purchase them a work on a few dollars spent buying Shoes A great many people imagine they cant buy a shoe worth wearing unless they go to a youtoI THERE NO SHOE STORE IN RICHMOND nor anywhere else showing a finer line of Ladies Shoes and Slippers than we are at pres ent We earnestly invite your inspection during this sale All 50e sloeS are 40c all The shoes are JOe all 100 shoes are SOc all 125 shoes are 95c all 150 shoes are 120 all 200 shoes are 160 all 250 shoes are 200 all 300 shoes are 260 all 350 shoes are 280 during this sale Every department in our great store is chuck of good things Our prices in all departments will show a considerable OUT during Our Great Twenty Per Cent Off Shoe of 20 days Dont forget that we have the largest and most complete stock of CARPETS in Rich mond Our prices are always lower than anybody else We have some new things in our Ladies Tailormade Suit Department SSjSIT 4 W D OLD AM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Unless a woman eats sunicientjnour ishing tooth she can neither gain or keep a good complexion Food when digested is the base of all health all strength and all beauty Hcrbine will help digest what you cat anti give yon the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 60 and 75 cents Perry Thomas Smayltu Denmarks islands in the West In dies cost the government 575000 a year more than the revenue Many a fair young third whose pallor tuna puzzled the mother until she has rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained the roHV hue of health with a few hoses of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Perry Thomas 2maylra The cotton acreage in central Ar kansas will be decreased this season on account of the scarcity of labor FREE BLOOD OTTHE An Offer Proving Faith ts Sufferers Is your blood pure Are you sure of- ti Do cuts or scratches heal slowly Does vour skin itch or burn Have you pimples Eruptions Aching bones or back J sores Boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul breath Catarrh Are you pale If so purify your blood at once with B B U Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rice heals nore and gives a clear smooth healthy skin Deep seated eases like ulcers cancer eating sore painful swellings h1UB blood and skin troublos B B B is jliffejent from other remedies because B B B drains the poisons and hu mora out of time blood anti entire system so the symptoms cannot return Jive it a trial It cures when all else falls Thoroughly tested for 30 years Sold at drug sores at SI per largo bottle G large bottles full treatment 5 So pufferersmay test it trial bottle given away absolutely free Write CrltAddreesJJLOOD BALM CO 430 Mitch ell street Atlanta Ga Write today Describe trouble and free medical ad vine given lThe Doers are said to consider the ap pointmentot Lord Roberta a great com pliment to the Transvaal Ballardp Snow Liuiutont cures Rheu matism Headache Sick Headache Sore Throat Cut Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and inflammation The most pene trating liniment in the world Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Ja Thomas Sitiaylm MineralprotlIPHonsin tho United year reaeu a value of nearly I0O00iO- O0TettcrkIkeHH Eczema The inteiwo ttchiag and smarting inci allayedbvSkin Ointment Maf Very bad ascs have been permas4ly cured by it It Is lYecient NIkcliing piles nnd a lavortte1elD4Ny for sore uItechapped hsade MbaIns fiost bltej and cUtonlc MM s M eta per bozi Dr Cadft CMriiiU IVwfeni m IerMIUrt A A EwrnL n ait Line of Ladies Shoes and Slippers is the edged Queen of Shoes The urice of this 300 60c pair There Ladies Misses Boys Youths Richmond Save days IS full Sale suspected zelDaOIr1 Botanic Neuralgia Ladies For Whooping Cough Asthma Thou chitis or Consumption no medicine equals Coussens Honey of Tar lrice 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas Smaylm BANK REPORTS REPORI OF TUE CONDITION OF TilE Nytioaal Bank Ko 1790 at Richmond in the Stats of Kentucky at the close ot business April 100- 0RESOURCES Loans and discounts 21663 12 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 9875 62 U S Bonds to secure circulation 100000 00 Due from National Banks not Reserve agents 7981 23 Due from State Banks and Bankers 50 33 Due from approved reserve agents 19993 Internal Hcvenne 160 22 Exchanges for clearing house 1000 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents S3 42 Lawful money reserve in bank v- izSpecie2t000 00 Lecaltender notes 1300 00 22300 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasr5 per cent of circulation 4500 00 TotaL m38l918 32 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 00 fund 40000 00 Undivided profits less expenses iiit taxes paid 4428 69 National Bank notes outstanding S9395 00 Due to other National ruks1132I 27 Due to State Banks and Bankers 1233 74 Individual deposits subject to check 137532 6- 2Totalasssis32 ssCOUNTYIC D CUHXACLT Cashier of the Abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief O D CHENAULT Cashier Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo thts 7th day of May 1900 U R Notary Public Counter Attest JwnInnhlWALLER W n fIlDlttKCTORS GAS STOVES AT COST Jt CHEAP GAS ItofDo not have ajjosoliuo oxplosion when you can got pas ntl23 per thousand for cooking nnd hoatln This Conupany Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order toiEiicouragc the Useal the 5as Stove4 Onco try a Gas JooxiuKStovo and you will never giveftap It la Jsst as cheap as coal anti tways ready can bk fri three mlnutf We sell Stovwf dt Cost and run pi pii to curbinc ee amid into the Itouae atpoet Use s Volsbach r and incwjaed your light five ttmwj and re4 iyeem h jpeWll tjiothlr Oil at lite oior psrdciiIas I111AAatF ItJt r 711 L Remember 20 per cent off for 20 days on p all Shoe purchases FENCE Something New In Farm Fence LexingtonKyCOILWIRE A before WE PUT IT UP FOR YOU Agents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal Hay Feed Lime Salt Cement et- cLETCHER 26 WinTELEPHONE 142 V Dr Caldwells Syrup of Pepsin is guaranteed to cure constipation Indi gestion sick headache and stomach trouble By all druggists mayO 1m AustriaIIunuary has declined to mediate hetween GreAt Britain and the South African republics Hotel For Sale An established wellpaying furnished hotel accommodations greatbargaInpayments if desired Address tar particulars Box 233 Somerset Ky mayU2w THE YbUNG arc not spared the irture of Decaying and Aching Teeth TheIr future yeartCl bo with or without pain A little djjpert attention now the removal of hal t oth dlrcctnjg the growth ol perfect oie etrengthen tng lis guiw theso are t 0 tImings the dC IStrait do for tho al iklron which will bear frutt1 alter y rlf f I Ak OOJt VATI JtWIkI IJfAlt I u f 1Jo t t9kJ IM M iNkki tr fr V Iu Safe bind solo find Fortify your self bv taking Hoods Sarsaparilla now and be sure of good health for months to come It Contracts have been let for the con Htruclion of a 125000 cotton factory at Kosciusko Miss IPPiTTSBURG WALL PAPER CO 1 paperbnyou in a measure whether or not tho Trust will con trol wall paper prlctw- Plttsbitrs Wall Paper Is being sold for considerable grades h1riee5ntleast mIn order to keep the price at its present low rate a goad deal of this paper tnust bo sold It the prico on wail paper Is of any interest to youwo trust that wo may depend upon you for support in trying to sell tho best at troasftnnblo price GCO M Wiitginff SbadolLllootitlSil44 Jh 5b1 mue 10 t the lrjjrt lriess bb4 kiW4s tear isprctlutm re- tatiWt6 w W Ma 5flIn y ZI1 r L j h 2 1l It Is Not THE MATERIAL AL GETHER THAT linES OU- RSuits f t The Best We use good material but anybody can buy good material It is the fit and l nQin Wor mnsnir As well as the good material which make our garments so eminently satisfactory HS STOUT B Sllelli allJCuUor One Door East of W D Old ham on Main Street feb2tlr FREEMAN q IVery New IS OUR LINE OF 19Un 1ELR J Which we have recently added to our stock We have connected with K 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 als6 carry complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries 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 a ICIUCCUSORaO Richmond jinl7ly Ky 23 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 St ck of SHOESliave arrived and we are ready to serve you =THE FINEST AND BEST IN LADIES SHOES We have an excellent time New coined styles The shoes everybody wants ARE HER E Remember we can do just a little better than others best Come init will only take a few minutes to show you AND DONT FORGET about our line of childrens shoes New Styles New GoodsSAME LOW PRICES OUR MENS SHOESAre just a little ahead of style We never in all our past years of experience in the shoe business offered a finer line HeavyShoesBROSIA1N STREET DOUSE RICHMOND KY S A WILSON P II M IRES C M KENNEDY P M IL SECY RICHMOND SCHOOL AND INFIRMARY OF MAHNECTIC HEALING RICHMOND KY We teacl and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING ao does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We treat any anti all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine Come and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 23 and 4 GARNETT KyBranchAddress all correspondence to C M KENNEDY Secy KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR V3 say it we mean it we can prove itOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES It 103 CULTIVATE IE3E L1iIrbuying tofijill ery or good HARDWARE of any kind Then 6 why try to use SUChJNFERIon STUFF Repairs r fI iigji are constantly necessary and the old machine f3i3y gives out before it has made a return of fifty m per cent on your outlay We guarantee anyrp 0 ye refuse to handle t corntft k TAYLOR BROS IIIIII ill SAYS HILLIS BLASPHEMES LEADING PRESBYTERUKMINiSTER OF THE SOUTH UN REVISION NKW OBLEANS April 2JThn Rev Dr Benjamin JI Palmer pastor of the First Presbyterian church uf this city la recoRiiizeaas the leading Prcshvtor ian of the South He is 82 exusfaige- but bs etill vigorous physically and ment ally He is now in favor of the reunion of the Northern aud Southern Presby terian churches as a means of saving the orthodoxy of lresbyteriatiism- Hr Palmer has been recognized as the obstacle in the way of reconciliation of the Northern and Southern Presbyter ian qhnrcherf for whenever the North ern thurdi piopoeed to a reconciliation it was refused by the Soutliern terian on the ground that it would Htultify lr Painter Now Dr Palmer himself has come fonvatd to propose a unioHas a result of the recent agitation for n revision of the Westminister creed The existing controversy said Dr Palmer is a matter that has not con cerned to any extent in the South In the North however it is attracting a great deal of attention and it would not surprise me in the least if it result ed in splitting the cbnich There is a great tendency toward isms and fads in the North at present and for along time past a considerable part of the Northern Presbyterian church has been drifting away from our established sUindings of faith The idea has been gaining ground there that nil long as a man leads an upright life pays his debts and is a good citiz n he needs nothing else That theory dispenses witlua Savior It is substantially what the Hebrews and Coiigrejatlonahistabe- Iteve Along the same line many leo pie assume to say that the old creed of the Presbyterian church is too harsh too stern and they want to eliminate certain passages even thontzla true which do not confoini to their personal views Now the trouble about that sort of thing is this The confession of a faith was framed many years ago at the time of the Iteforniatiouand is a rockribbed solid structure resting upon the eternal truths of the Bible Tiie criticism is of that part of the Westniininter creed relating to predestinlltiou mill election it is in the Bible They will have harder work getting it out of the Bible than they will in getting out of the creed The objection is not new It divded the church in 1857 but the war came along and pressed the two wings together at a time when a bad split was threatened The present con troversy over the Westminster creed will probably split the North Presbyterian church Into two bodies In my opinion that is apt to result in the reunion of the North and South orthodox branches which have been divided since the war- Either that or we will be confront ed by the spectacle of the Presbyterian churches a North church a South church and a new thing There is no special disposition on Iho part of the South church moreover to invite a union with tIe North You see1 we have been very free here in the South from any of these doctrinal troubles There were verv few of the New School clergymen in this section after the war and we absorbed them In the North on the contrary I suppose that at least 50 per cent of the clergy incline to the Armenian creed They tried bra re viiion some years ago but were voted down and now I dare say they will keep at it until they accomplish their purpose Speaking of p comment Presbyterian Slt1Uran eloquent showy talker lie uses short epigrammatic sentences says things easy quoted and makes a surface impression tint tlmre arc others who are much more to be feared I refer to men like Dr Briggs who have a reun tation for real scholarship What Dr Parkhurst says interesting to hear and Founds bright but it makes no great impression It is like the snow it looks pretty lying on the ground but It melts it melts He is essentially an agitator not a leader Dr Hillis is simply a blasphemer When a man talks about shaking his fist in the face of God we can only be shocked mere blasphemy irrespective of tbeIcorrectness of his attidude in the troversy Another Chapter in Tho Mills Fictitious Fortune Story Six weeks ago the CLIMAX printed the statement of two citizens just seen Mr H C Mills of Lexington thin old shoemaker who once lived bere to the effect that Mills hail told them of his recovery of his fathers for tune arid also of tho Brown house Macon Ga etc etc etc That was sir weeks agj Here is another item from the Lexington Herald H C Mills was fined 100 and costs in the Police Court Tuesday on the charge of defrauding Mrs Jones a boarding house keeper of South Broadway out of four weeks board Mr S J Salyers the attorney for the defense claims that the laws protecting hotels and boardinghouses is unconstitutional in that it is class legislation and it is probable that a test case will be made of it The case was appealed This would seem to contradict his having gained possession of the fortune left by his father at Macon Ga Mr Mills when seen by these citizens said he was then en route to Macon with his family to take charge indicat- Ing that poor Mills delusion has never banished and that people continue to believe his story about being art heir to an immense fortune He married re cently a young lady from Lebanon Ky Miss Lottie Stoy AS CHRIST WOULD DO IT Last Sunday every saloon barbershop feed store butcher shop fruit stand and cigar stand in Middlesboro was closedand the drug stores were only allowed to sell medicine not a cigar or glass of soda going over their counters Nothing could be bought ex cept newspapers they only from the boys on the street the newstand be ing closed This strange condition ol affairs in a mountain toiTharose from the order to tho police front Mayor R C Ford who directed them to see that the Sunday laws were strictly observed by every trade and occupation It id old that Mayor said that he helievesMayor tomorrowCrtpp foolsTue healthIfew things in which procrastination is so much indulged as in let ter writin We butptomorrow creep on we neglect it This is bad X enoughwhen the corres y pondence is socialor bttcL ness in its character but when it con infinitelytouches you if you are one of the takeadvantagesaltation by letter free You have studied the evidence which shows how other women have been cured You cannot doubt but that Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription does cure diseases ulcerations oftheof thousands of weak women made strong and sick women made well and you mean to write tomorrow bereada sacred confidence and an answer envelopewitJOUtaD Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y wasliving6j7 South Liberty Street Caksbnrp lit Presaiptlos PetlefiFavcrHe Prescription I waS a ew woman I caawt make pen describe my HwlfeK grail iitkosrkoVjKerocV FeUets Me aW M fttmwyv TheI feMMt ifttt CfMfwnMft t L1iAi- 1II 11 U I Junderstand what tortureli SALESWOMEN on their feet whether well or ill Compelled Jbe agreeable to customers while draggej down with some feminine weiAness Backaches and head ji iaeh count for little They must keep going or lose their place To these Mrs Pinkhams help is offered A letter to her at Lynn Mass will bring her advice free of all charge Miss NANCIE StrOBE Florence CoL writes a letter to Mrs Pink QuoteI for some time my troubles hav lug been on so my physician said causing serious womb trouble I had to give up my work I was J just a bundle of nerves and would have fainting spells at monthly periods I doctored and took various medicines but got no relief and when I wrote to you 1 could not walk more than four blocks at a time I followed your advice taking Lydia E Pinkhams Blood Purifier in connection with the Vegetable Com pound and began to gain in strength from the first I am getting to bea stranger to pain and I owe it all to your medicine There L none equal to it for I have tried many others before using yours Words cannot be said too strong in praise of it Miss POLLY FRAME Meade Kan writes DEAR MRS PINKHAK I feel it my duty to write you in regard to what your medicine has done for me I cannot praise it i enough Since my girlhood w I had been troubled with ir left being so and sore that I not move without pain Now to your wonderful medicine that j tired is all gone and I am healthy and strong nuThe Winchester Way Fur a practice run Chief Attersall of tile Fire Department turned in an alarm from box 52 Tuesday night shortly after 7 oclock says the Winchester Sun Only the assistant Chief Mr Fitch was let into the secret vet the department was out before the echoes of the first belltaps had died away and in two minutes and thirty seconds from the time the number was registered at the engine house the hose and ladder wagons and the fire boys were on the spot ready for business All of which goes to show that you cant get ahead of a run by the Winchester Firo Department unless you are first todiscover the blaze Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Buckleiiu Arnica Salve curcs them also Old Running and FeVer Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Tile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 2 Teacher Holds the Full Time In deciding a case from Carter coun ty recently the Conrt of de cided that when the County Superin tendent appoints a person to fill a va cancy as the appointed trustee holds on for the remainder of the term for which his predecessor was elected and not until the next election Tho easiest and most effective method of purifying the blood and invigorating the system is to take DeWltts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for cleansing the liver and bowels Perry and Thomas Two men representing the British War Department are in Chicago nego tiating with F J Berry horse dealer at the stock yards for 10000 horses for service in South Afrlc Mr Berry says that if the sale of 10000 horses went through at his figures they wouldcost in the neighborhood of 1500000 His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizens of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says 1 was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it and now am well andstrong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world let all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and f100 Trial bottle free at Perry Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 2 Tho Negro Newspaper Here The fourth issue of the organ of the colored people of Madison county is on our desk It shows a marked improve ment over former Issues I Below we make some extracts which everybody will endorse clipped from a well written article on Educational Problems by lrof C W Reynolds Superinten dent Richmond Colored High School The great problem of modern educa tion Is to unite education with culture these two making of the individual of the greatest culture also the man of the greatest power Primarily it is the function of edu cation to produce power as well as cul tnre and these two should be united hi personalityThe our boys and girls come forth intelligent men and women prepared for lift capable to think and act for themselves to be selfsustaining to seek and get the bestofhhleI The highest practical good that can come to any individual is through the true nobility of toil of brain heart and handEditorially the paper Is feeling its way carefully toward The question of the Influence of the Negro and well says that and denominations amount to nothing when they do not represent your highestInteresttf When learns to stand also by substantial friends regardless ofde mnydhidebe sought and his influence will be felt and appreciated We add in the language of the- foremost Negro educator of America Booker T Washington that what his race needs is accinnulflttou AlthoujhRichmond there is a broad field for the Rambler and the CLIMAX wishes editor Embry nothing but success in his effort to raise the standard of citizenship education and respectability of the colored brother whom we have with us al ways JPAHOLA Ben tOlr Garrett isvery sick Mrs D Price has a fine daughter one day old Rev Kyles lecture 6ii Mormon jam wan not well attended The wire for the l p hQpe to this place will be up III n day illHercuvery rl Vim NallpfMllhjon staWn took twolastMamma WbjyVyou let him kiss you ItaVghtoc WeW 8Via so aice he asked m6r t Mamma utllIvent ItQll yQ you rniJeaat ayNd1 yHeIaUah6i = J J WOMEN WHOEARN THEIR UVINO regular and painful periods and for nearly five years had suffered with falling of the womb and whites AlSo had ovarian trouble the ovary swollen could thanks feeling Appeals Thomas Negro education kLMsd WASHINGTON ON TRUSTS In 1778 General Washingtons army was not in a very good condition Jtneeded food and clothing in faci the soldiers were in rags and with their of ficers lived on the plainest food princi patty Tools Congress was struggling to supply him with tho necessaries of life but it hind trouble with thosti who had this supplies because they controlled the market and were not dis posed to let them go without being their own price It was then that Washington wrote Joseph Reed Presi dent of Congress to the following ef feetIt gives mo sincere pleasure to find that the Assembly of Pennsylvania is so well disposed to second your endea Vera in those murders of our cause the mOl opolizers forestallers punlshnentItState long ere this has not hunted them down as pests to society and tho greatest enemies we have to the hap piness of America I would to God that some one of the hungitthigh as tho one uropoeed by unman No punishment in my opinion is too great for the man who builds Lila greatness upon his countrys ruin J C Kennedy RoanokeTennsays 1 cannot say too much for DetVitts Witch Hazel Salve One box ot it cured what the doctors called nn incurable ulcer on my jaw Cures piles anti all skin diseases Look out for worthless imitations Perry Thomas That Electric Line to Richmond Now Seems a Certainty The CLIMAX is reliably informed that turnpikebothstrongly in favor of the proposed elec- trIc railroad to connect this city and Lexington The CLIMAX has combat ted the chemo train the start but if the faThers want the road no amount of kicking from Richmond will avail for the line can be built up to the city limits which would place Richmond in connection just the same This scheme of the Lexington capitalists chief elIDCUiGeorgetownVerslllesRichmond what we once believed to be a dream is now on the verge of fulfillment saysTheton will in all probability be to Rich mond although rights of way have been surveyed to other towns Said a Lexington railway ofliclal recently There are two special reasons why the Richmond extension will probably he built first One is that that connection is needed most as there is no direct line of railroad from Richmond to Lexington and the other is that as the proposed drive to Mansfield Park and tho reservoir is to be built the company might as well go on the gooddeal clnlbeWhen the general benefits of the electric road proposition are bettor understood by towns it will be easier to get the cooperation of those planA rondo of the route from Lexington to Nicholas ville and the plans and profiles along with tho estimated cost per mile electric road are now finished The Chamber of Cotnmereelt has been suggested may tike up this matter 01 a prospectus and set forth the ad vantages of the interurban railways in the Blue Grass Region I had stomach trouble twenty years and gave up hope of being cured till I began to use Kodol Dvspepsia Cure It huts done me so much good I call it the salve of my life writes W R Wilkinson Albany Tenn It digests what you eat Perry Thomas THt MAN WHO REFUSES TO PAY The old devil has a dead pull on the man who takes a paper three or four years and then refuses to pay for it This is worse than highway robbery The Alabama Democratic convolution was held last week The platform deelates for commercial expansion r the construction of the Nicaragua canal favors a Constitutional Convention in dorses Senator Morpan and declares for Bryan and the Chicago platform Jfo girl can afford either for her own sUrest happiness or for time comfort ol mind of him whom she marries to wed pertJ 85 And she who withholds from a yming man her consent to inarriare un theiegfnningbody anti acts in a manner which she mil never havo cause to re gret as tong as God gives her anil her timeMay 1VjJtheyasdyingless remedy tliat gives framediaie re conglisoldsbronchitis PetryIhomas REDUCED RATES VIA L 225 to fouayille and Tetnrr ay2R return1ottnthlJuneeraus Reunion Tickets can be extend ed bydesposltlng with Joint agefit oil or before June h Landlord Auntie I will lietqraise yOurrentl t kotclaWraisin ltiMahf XlWId htn thing th irwbhiea t8ifK j 2 f 11 GRAVE RESPONSIBILITIES THAT ACCOM PANY DEMOCRATIC VICTORY Iu allttletv1iiIo the Supreme Court of the United Elates will ffollow the lead of Judge Taft of the Federal Court and oT the Kentucky Court of Appeals Jfo other issue IB possible or ever was possible The entire State Government will bo turned over to the Democrats Under tile Constitution a State election will be held next Novem her It will be concurrent with the Presidential election and the election of members to Congress Whatever part tho Federal Marshals may have played in the last State election we may be sure that they will be around next fall in sufficient numbers to make themselves felt in every precinct Wife men take counsel in advance Thny prepare for events and provide against contingencies The Democrats ot Ken tacky have but one danger to fear and that is IIOt in front of them but be hind them it is not from the enemy but from themselves The moderation and Integrity which have characterized the last six months should mark time corning six months No pretextfchonld be given the Federal power to do what It is eagerly watching the opportunity to do We should set onrihouse in order and keep It In order If we quarrel among ourselves we are lost because for the first timo in years the Repub Henna are united against us They are not only united They are reenforced byabodv of Democrats not numerous but rich and strong who are inspired by the zeal of new converts artd prompt ed by theproscr ptive splrit of the apostate iBo it the business oj tile Demo cratic leaders in Kentucky to reduce them to the smallest compass and num her possible We shall need all the votes wqcan gel Acrimony has done all it can do to keep men in line hut it has not done nil it can do to drive them out of line The Republicans want to keep up excitement The Democrats need to allay it Courier Journal REDUCED RATES The Southern Railway announces the following reduced rates during the month of May from stations in Kentucky Spring meeting of New Louisville Jockey Club Louisville Ky May 3rd to 19th Ono and onethird fares for the round trip May 2nd to 19th inclusive good to return until May 21 1900 Special Days one fare for the round trip morning trains May 3rd 10th and 10th limited two days from date of sale May Musical Festival Louisville May 14th to Kith One fare for the roul1lrtt ill May 14th liJthnnd morning trains May ICtli limited May 17 1900 For further information apply to nearest agent of the Southern Railway connecting lines WM H TAYLOE Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky 2may3w Special Rales to Louisville Spring meeting New Louisville Jockey Club May 319 1900 May Musical Festival Louisville May 1410 1900 For the Jockey Club meeting the Louisville Atlantic railroad will fell tickets to Louisville on May 2nd to IStli 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 days from date of sale at rate of one Lire for tho round trip For the Musical Festival time L A railroad Win sell tickets May 14th 15th and for morning train of time 10th with limit May 17th at rate of one fare for the round trip C1 BROWNING Gl A The most of our troubles are two thirds anticipation and one third realization wToG- elDn Flesh Persons have been known to gain a pountf a day by taking fifl ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happens Somehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start th digestive machinery going prop erly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do be fore and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking SCii9fmms You will find it just as useful in summer ES in winter and if you arc thriving upon U dont stop because theweather is warm soc and ftoo alldniggnU SCOTT BOWNE Cbeabts New York For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 nile south of Richmond near th pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and othei buildings good apple am peach orchard well watered state of cultivation church and school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mchMtf WhiteHall Ky 7 A New Train West liST LOUIS LIMITED VIA Big Four Route Effective April 29 rTO TEXAS i rlV KANSAS t f AND MISSOURI+4+ Leave Cincinnati 122 noon Arrive Indlanapoila C i5p In ArrIraSLLonhi95O pm PalOtCaLs Modern Coaches Pining Jars Ask for Tickets via R Fonr Roiste WAWIiH jiLYWIS it fMtnflClCJt 1t Agt Q1I1 JftJ uiAL ClKCINKAfi O 0 1ssss a ii jt r t PLEASE TRY J CANDY CATHARTIC I JOe 25c 50c eu Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR- DRESSMAING Accordeon and s Knife KY A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L MldkifT has installed time first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires fgr vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices Vo examined his work and found it equal to anv in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tire on old wheels and time life of tIme vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost w saved not to mention the rom fort derived oct25tf WE GUARANTEEDr CaldwcHa Syrup Pepsin to cure lndhgestionSickwhen taken according to directions Y r DR W 8 CALDWELL 1C after taking twothirds of a lifty cent or one dollar bottle it fillS to do as represented we will refund tire purchase price MONTICELLOImut 2may6m IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN la par chased Lere Our system of east payments enables any one to en joy the mnslc of 2eTtt t ttumcts without depriving themselves o necessary comforts One of thesi INSTRUMENTS would make superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at thesi special bargains RIEHMIH G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY FOUND A GOLD MINI IT WAS IN HIS POULTRY YAR Man in Iowa Used a 1nmpouml that Mak ills HPU Lay Dunble the Usual Nuts 3btr Snmmpr and Winter Secret ofllU Success People in the neighborhood of Cres 1ton Iowa are amazed at this nnmbe eggs that this man drives to markc with When asked what was the caus of his hens being so prolific his stated was all in a certain compound he wa UKlnp that kept his hens in good condition smith furnished them with thi proper Etiraulns to egg production American Poultry Jlixtureis this Dam V fit and is made by American MIl Co Terre Haute Iml Every man ii the poultry business is interested t the health t f lila hensand their layinj capacity III the eggs lie his profits This mixture is guaranteed to increaa the production of eggs 100 percent o Imoley refunded It will do more thai three times as much as the sara amount of any other compound It i concentrated inform anti tIme result o years of practical experience In th poultry business There Is absolute no doubt as to what it will do and yoi are invited to try it at the expense c the company FenelStOO fora sampl package and if doesnt do the work yo get your jitoney hack This is fair am poultrymeltpreventive of suck disease as tlto tetri suelbayou lrizzarHtIHQ eyerkgcosrofuimtIyor dniKxist U ntleH America PWfHcr MXhCftlelIkWhlttd 4lee agt Jii Wt eww swrtsr tnycTrriI tau II i t fIIfIr i ALLiDRUGGISTS t a m i IBffitl im We wish to announce to oniSm iifriends and customers thatr ir1JEII our line is complete for ElFI II Ii1hJ I r tl1lIn II lisa irt LII1gI fgJItL we i rtiF1tEIIL1EFm1Eii 1iJof 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c lm i to 75c Other thiiism pjiijfii El taking line always kept in stock w II OLDIIAMS- i SUCCESSOR TO B1QQERSTAFF OLDIItMIj t II TJjy Pholle 76 3b i j El i rL1 1T R EE C DIVISION IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 1838 OSpmI4S Stanford north bound m 3 Stain Lv 3 SAain 2lipmfOpmIas Stanford north bound 11TIt 6 45am ISlTFor further information call on or address I TELEPHONE 78 KUPER HOOD Agt A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLER3 BUCKEYE iri ftjJWtZ- IL1FP1a En Ui 0 J PILE CURE r A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN tCltRES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED 8TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS 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