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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1rI1- T P t i J S1 tl11 TH h twi 5 11RICNM0NIE3E l Sj CLi AJ r r fv jVOLUM ft ji eti1 r Jt BlICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY6 1000 NUMBER 50i cI I 7 jWCLedflEPAIUUG AND A SPECIALTY TIMEING FINE WATCHES 5 S a All Work Guaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND C tr rr OllRBotlAMERIC FAVORITE BRANoJ tIAlVARD hUB li ESi at WHISKY FULL GIUARTS ADelivered Expressago paid anywhere directly accessible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks IndIcating contents Guaranteed dlrecffromReference Any bank express company or com mercial agency In Louisville AUG GOLDEWEY I CUf W Main St Louisville Ky l rrThe New Woman Manufactured by THE FLORENCE MEDICINE CO Red Oak S fo o o i GENTLEMEBS DRIVING JilAGOHI We only the best of Has all date attachments 5 Splendid Finish Price is right We can make it an inducement for dealers to handle our work We manufacture a full line of light pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and A price list KY LFU4L1Ea BUGGY Manufacturers I + aprlS6m p4tas44PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1ArrOZT3 ATTOUNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY BBOfflee Climax Office wlth Jaa B Mc Ureary Second Stree- tRtI ATTOBSBVATLAW niciiHOND KEMTCCKT Office In the Burnam Building next door to armors National Bank tebSly SULLV N9JA ATrOUNKYATLAvV RIChMOND KENTUCKY Oin e over Suite Hank Trust Co piisito Mtnrl lloi in tin Street JO DJ l U11KNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ollke on Sewiul Rtreet over Chen anils grotcry W R LBTCHER A UJlleyatLaw Kinijjovii KEXTICKV- Olfice wither J Smith Jr over Gnvington Mitch el IV T C LovryJ AltorneyatrLaw Moborley BuHiHnsr Kiqhonil Ky TALBOTJACS 01T J ATTORN E YATLAVV RICHMOND KENTUCKY BjOfflco la Prather Building Main PLreet PRY3IOtlTS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PJUYfSltilANK AXD SOROEOAS RIcHMoND KENTUCKY a otficelntIeJoeecinabuIldtflgSS ao endStreetOverWb1Ie OH AS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Ontario Veterinary College 1Veterinary and Sterility a 09OfBce at stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Kyapr7II If C JASPER M D 1Medicineand Sl1l- 1teryjOfhcePrather Building Main Street Telephone Rt reiUlence the Carr place oa Urondway tRICHMOND VKEIJTUCKY Gw EVANS I P PUVBCIAX AND RICHMOND KENTUCKY E1TTL 5UBGB t 9 SOt 1 1PT ogaTwr or LoVIIiVILLBo KY iraOfDcenczt door to Oovon men ulldlng BtchraSnd Office hoU139 to 121 tel novl7ly DR FRED SMITH f DEN J I ST- eaOfflce OTcrTaylor Bros Hardware Htore Main Street JanUly PATENTSJE FREENoticer cea aoJetM L r IItrlctI iy t It P tASHtt n 4 C Ii 3 r 1eat N tlE MARKE the acme of HEALTH LONGEVITY f tLIs CommonSen for one dollar nre nemedyisasppclflo ot Buttering know too well the upon rreg vand cauiod l f allmeota jtheIrownex The Lady Florence Remedy Is rnot a but U a cure dUcuc of woman 1 preacrfpticaI a I aOl aureonwhoha treated more 0 cues or female dlvase pcrh ll than anT one other Individual It now Is offered for the A the reach of all closes v 8JJwrelief In tie most obstinate caaetI Iowa U i use material up to 6 4 CO over MILLER op and Sec Graduate Dentlilry Specialty SCBGKOK Ky Xotref lint TtlE MOST BEAUTIFUL productions of the jewelers who get out novelties are shown here nErTRmKrES HAT PINS STICK PINS ETC of every clinsti design Not too many of each Kind but enough to permit a pleasing choice Tliese plena n r goods are of excellent quality whether they are of Silver Gold or plated ware Bcginingat 25 cents there are many prices up to SlO F JYEAG- ERHotel For Sale An established wellpayine furnished hotel recently refitted and firstclavs KM accommodations the leading hotel In the growing city greatblrgalnparticularsno18 Dr Louis tf Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio trill be at Jt M Millers residence second door o Poitoffico Richmond Kyon WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky maylly Pataiii HDm IiaooI Insure your dwellings barns And other prop arty in the BLUE CRASS INSURANCE COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FlRUtHJOTC AN TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses cccnr to other members and no initiation fee charged to become member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the if our county now operating In the SLate and gets cheaper every year tailing to onehalf after the first year For further Information caR on their agent and collectorSIL B Black attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompany upstairs J U CARTER Pre mayatly C C BOS WORTH Beoy I C1RCULATINQ WASH OlLERl iCrrroM snoWING COILED COPPER STEAM feES A 1mansieImate rDO rQrP or c 44p It tii t 4W Mr iu la IIHU4IWWffiI- oi tl1 Jabur hiiJ br circiiar- TFfrC il TIM 300 CrJ Jhflo11 400- Cbpre OQ Cp a TCttftt nf abou pc4iee M- orahiTee4 llrplcIy pikId I II1 el te It tl iI 4t c 0 1 ANNOUNCEMENT FOnCONOBESS OGILBERTanyregulrFOR CLERK We are authorized to announce ARCh sucjecttoYnURNto the action of the Deaiocray c IartT We are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce U M subjectJESSECOBBto the action ofthe Democratic party FOB BHEHIPF FWAUEUScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic are aethSriicd to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party EUOADDUBsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR We arc authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Arseuor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of tho Demo cratic party GEOROENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G W DEATIIERAGE 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 actionof the Democratic party FOR JAILER CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to annotlnceJACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party PEltKINSaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES countysubjectPOE SCHOOL SCrEEIXTENDEXT We are authorized to announce J W forthesubject to the action of the Democratic party TEN MINUTES WITH WALTON Both Hanna and Gen Grosvenor In on tlio result of the next election put Kentucky in the Bryan column and they thereby show their gofortime and as she would liava been counted if the returns hadnt been held up to be doctored T f the country is so prosperous and paylnghighroreveryso many strikes inaugured Surely it is the classes and not the musses that are enjoying ppjspority under the al ministration of the government bv trusts and combines T examining Witnesses for a change 1of venue in the assassination cases John Young liiown wuuld ask as the Irat question What is your poli tico Im a Democrat said one but not a John Brown Democrat by a long shot Another responded Im a Democrat the same kind you used to be or The spectators cheered aud showed other signs of delight which irritated Brown to the point of charging on the crowd like he did on the butcher at Henderson but instead he asked pro icctlon from the court which ordered the sheriff to arrest arid take to jail the first man who so offended again His change of politics is a very touchous point to the old gov who resents any any aimed at him ertifying In his own behalf on amo tion for bail W 11 Culton con fessed himself accessory before the fact of the assassination of Gov Gocbel and told a most sensational story of the great crime lie named Youtsev as a Leather in the conspiracy claimef that Jim Howard fircd the shot showed that Taylor was accessory before and after the fact and that Caleb Powers Chas Finley and others were guilty as charged in the indictment Taylor and others paid the expenses of the armed men brought to Frankfort for the pur pose of intimidation and murder and messagefromreallY to move on a moments warning and to stand oiTthe police The story told by Wharton Golden is lully con firmed and much additional testimony secured including the fact that after the murder Taylor became apprehen sive that Youtsey would give tho con spiracy away end wanted to furnish money to send him out of the State Ah but hiss the scorpions of tho as sassination press you cant convict men on the testimony of a confessed accomplice Nay verily but Svheu the circumstances are such as to make it as strong as the proofs of holy writ that Taylor ami his cowardly crowd conspirators are guilty of the blackest crime that ever disgraced tile State Rock a Bye Baby These are sweet words but hjw much pain and suffering they used to moan Its different now Since Mothers Friend has become known expectant mothers have been spared much of the anguish of childbirth Mothers Frie 41s a liniment to be applied externally It Is rubbed thoroughly Into the muscles of the abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they respond quickly and easily without pain Mothers Friend Is never taken Internally Internal remedies at this tim6 do more harm than good If a woman Is supplied with this splendid linI- ment she nee l never fear rising or spelling breasts morning sickness or any oh the discomfortswhlch usually accompany preg nancy 1nrampaFlawith her first chili During her isecowl pregnancy Mothers FriH WM led and the baby was born sally bMOM thei doctor arrived Its certainly great oc MMtHra fIrHM M S rg Mare ptCMtt- W1D ULR ILATOIt OO L 4- kIiftcferwv rn1i 1r c c i = ra CationGolden dCJDlndinjrracI ilkeilaiiqtiister which wnv thnv tutu it may bo fleSsnry tolialfU Taylor tnt certsinly mt to damn the Republican parly The Self of its leaders with Taylor at their head seem to have plaltpil mp jfor him and them and damned the Itapubli enlOr55 enemybeyond Auditor Norman testified that he oebelpardon his murderer Thfe coupled with the fact that ho sent telegrams on the day of the assassination calling on Inlargethat Taylor did try to pardon thfi as luiteknown orderaJudielal investigation should be in stituted The Harrodsbnrg Democrat appeared with J T DOswell editor and IX M Hutton manaJar and enclosed in a handsome over The salu DemocraticrlngandIt star to lead that miserably broken up prtperhearingstaking his exit indulges in some rather bitter reflections but as he is Hot likely to sin that way again SOOt he can be forgiven Taylor has struck out for Washington again as he did not feel safe in Kentucky Indianapolis is a little out of the way to the capital but he want ed to see Fiuley and consult with him all 10 what Iher must do to ho raved It is to he hoped that they came to the same conclusion that another evil doer did in the olden times and carry it into immediate execution Millions Girrn Awjy It is certainly gratifying to the pubI lic to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprie tors of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial bot thee of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse ness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by It Call on Perry Thomas Druggist Successors to W G White and gut a trial bottle free regular size 50c andI Every bottle guaranteed or price re funded a One night last week dogs killed and wounded 130 sheep belonging to John R Foster of Lincoln His loss sillbe over lOO This says tho Lincoln Democrat was the greatest slaughter of the innocents by canines that lIES been heard of in Kentucky tor 34 years since the spring of 1866 when 140 of Eli Owsleys sheep were killed one night by worthless dogs on his fl1rm four miles from Danville near the Lincoln and Boyle line All goods are alike to PUTNAM FADELESS DYES as they color all fibers at one boiling Sold by CL Searey Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky 2maylm TheJtentiicky Agricultural Experiment Station Lexington has rerei7ed thelJepartmentton and would be glad to send them to any person In the State who id interest ed in sugar beets They will be tent aslongA Scovell Director Lexington Ky DeWitts Little Early Risers are the finest pills I ever usedD JMoore Millbrook Ala They quickly cure nit liver and bowel troubles Per ry Thomas The Stanford Journal notes the stiles of 30 sheep at 550 each a lot of 1800 pound steers at 6c a hunch of 800 pound heifers at 4e 55 cattle 1041 pound at 5MC a crop of last years wheat at 75c75 ewes and lambs at lic125 mountain sheep at 280 to 389 18 heifers at 4c and a premium of SI each PeaceCrosbyMisspakes MinuteCough herbreathwholefamilycoughs colds croup grippe bronchitis txoublesLOOKS BRIGHT FOR FRUIT llcxlngton Herald growIngH Ilillenmeyer the nurseryman said The danger oi frost IS now practically over There In not one in a damagefromno frost has occurred in Kentucky as late in the Beacon as May 12 except in 1864 The prospect for every kind of fruit this year is very flattering in deed ltrllllet lruatTk Gu Was the ball that hit G BSteadman of Newark Miph in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck itns Arnica Salvo cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pilecnre on earth 23 cts a box Cure gueran teed Sold by Perry Thomas Drug gists 3 Feed will to a considerable extent control tlie richnets of the mihlaiid- the color and quality of the butter Ill the dairy if tue most profit is to be realized care must be taken to not auchIa good flow of rich milk IAfter suffering from piles for fifteen years I was cured by using two boxes of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvewrites W J Baxter North Brook NC It ha everything Beware of counter fits Perry Thonuw The Cheerful IdlotIwas quite excite l just now seeiiig two men shake hands postlbtybeof hftbdfllMklK1 eaChmRIhadlug it anther the other followss niise Aft wiSerli Iroai severe 1pep UsffJlIlltarilremJde8w ly took KjxW Dy prp m Cwre IL did ise eif Mwefc iwxl 1 NemamMiMlilH fo eyerr3flf wSs J P WMkIOII ek- d Ioirdr CWttirc X ctth f pst Pry T- 11 WASHINGTON LETTER Administration officials are iRkeD all aback by Jnde Lochrena decision that the Const tnl ion does extend ex pro posseshtIsGeneral exported or at least feared theytiMesvent iu being handed down until after tht election Although lucy protested that the passage of thin Porto IUa n bill was necessary to enable a test case to he bn nght before legislating for the Philippineti they are now taking every step possible to prevent a case reaching atljuiiriisfor righasonghitlreisjflhi by declaring that it was merely a dictum JudgE Ixchrens announcement said he has no weight whatever as it does not relate to tile ease under discussion The question at Issue iu the case was whether a state militarytribunalcrime of murdnr We did not even ar gue the question of the exteution of the Constitution hut dismissed itas irrele rant and immaterial It will lx remembered however that the derision of the Supreme Court rendered in the Ureil Scott case that the MissouriCom promise was unconstitutional was also a dictum not necessary to the case at Issue Judge Lot hre by the way though appointed to office by Cleve laud i nil expansionist indorses the policy of President JJcKInley anSI fur him in 180- 6Misiakj iu the Puro Rican act con tinue to crop up The latest is that TreasuryIepartmeiit ty on Europeans who desire to trade portsIfpaystheNew York for shipment to Porto Rico ho must pay the Din lev rates aud 15 Cent additional That is to say the Uvpnblicati party in Ita wisdom has di rectly dixcriminaietl against this conn try as a port of call between Europe and Porto and ban done its lest to dis courage steamship lines from the United States to Porto Kico and to encourage direct lines from Europe to PortoRico Of course this is all very well for the trusts that wish to control the Porto lUcan mareet for their protection is in creased 15 per cent over the already monumental Dingley rates Whether they hail part iu drawing tire verbiage of the bill with the idea of getting this additional duty or whether it was an unexpectedstroke of fortune for them nut be said In either case it is hard on Porto UlcansN- oOOl1y here takes much stock in the boom of Er Towno of Minneapolis for Vice President on the ticket with Bryan The Democratic convention will not be a cut and tItled affair in whicbxhe delegates merely ratify the selections of their leaders but u real convention Mr Towne is looked upon ax an able man but the fact that could not carry his own district if nothing else militates him When Senator Jones Chairman of the National Democratic Committee was asked about tim Towne boom he said I read something about it in the head lines of the papers this morning but the matter was of such little Importance to me that I did no read what you newspaper men call the story I hooked- for other things in the paper of more importance anti general interest Further than this Senator Jones would not express himself for publication The Hon U F Caldwell of Illinois who has a considerable VicePresiden tial boom of ills owe to itterett him said I dont suppose there iaijuiy thing serious in the about Wjie- The rest sense of the propoaitioTufiithv placeImiral fur Bryans running mate will prophetIf canal is secured at this session it will be over the protest of Senator ilanna and the national administration This was made abundantly plain at the last meeting of the Senate Committee on interoceanic canals when Mr Hanna and Mr Sew ell of New Jersey1 both of whom havet been posing as friends of the canal as long as they hoped that the House would smother it changed sides com pletely and set themselves against any action urging that nothing be done un til after the llayPaucefote treaty now pending in the Senate had been rati lied Mr henna particularly wasin tjistend that it bo a piece of bad faith and an affront to Great Britain for this government to enact a meas ure into taW with so important a treaty as thtf HayPaucefote conventionbear lug upon the same subject remaining on the calendar unacted upon He threw out a hint that if the Committee insisted upon making s favorable re port on the bill it would be antagoniz- el on tho floor and that the party nm chiniry would be brought to bear azuiiibt the proposition In other words Mr Bal na as much as gave his asso elates on the Committee to understand that it the Committee acted favorably on the House bill the steering commit tee would refuse to give the measure any standing aud would prevent it from coming to a vote during this set sion at least In thin Mr Hanna was supported by Mr Sewell Senator Mor hopeHethe Senate hoping that a sufficient number of friends of tbo canal will stand to their colors to compel its be desiresloricy could kill tile measure at any time if he dared to do so but he will undoubtedly prefer to Jltay In tile back ground and oppose it in such A way that be can change front in a moment H necessary He does not propose to be caught in any more plain duty tangles if he can It Hence the conclusion seems inevitable that the Hepburn bill will in thoSenatlIalong with the HayPancefote lil the Presidential election is oteroIrthe bill should he reported by tho Committee it is thought Senator Mor gan conld manage to pet a test vote on the measure if he would press his ado eloPlIgbeondtions exact position oil the canal ques tion in its relation to the transcontf nental railroad interests that are known to be opposed tqit Mjd at the same time vole would expose the Ad ministrations understanding with Great Britain Aud this In just what the President does nol want xaw roue TASIOTZ The newest silk waists have tucks like tinY milliners folds caught to gether by white silk latticework JoJhlflginshowinglonglansdowna and lightweight summer cashmera All the new Chinafiilks show striped scroll and waved effects A charming gown is of lavender foulard patterned Trith white fern leaves India linen soft mull and fancy ilot ted stuffs are all fashionable for waists Cbisese mandarin ns mottled with silver are pretty fof decorative pur pots All mete of faCY ribbons are used for neckwetitITM fancy for anlaiinod fans iere TJved MIl Tayo show tdwe qiiit MtieMcl oC thisclfws eXj greIIaachilliesthrk c WikfilcI erI J OFFICIAL tALL At a mrotine of tlieElphth Conizres sionnl Hlbtrict Ueiiiocrntic Comtuitteo hpl1 at Jawrenreliurir Kyon April 23 1000 for the pnrtmse of fixlnir tha time manner and place of Bellcling a Demo nrntlc nominee for Congress from the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky to be votfld for on behalf of the Democratic party at the general elec unit in 1900 pursuant to the call of the Chairman Hori Simoon Cook the fol lowing members of the Committee were present In person W M Scott of Shelby W M Black of Spencer i Win tn lnnky of Jessamine W C Bell of Mer jra E Booth of Anderson and the following by proxy J 8 Chrisman of Boyle Moved First That n convention be held by the members of the Democratic party of the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky composed of the counties of Anderson Boyle Garrard Jessamine Lincoln Madison Mercer Kockcastle Shelby and Spencer for the LonJressionallcanllillate ty and to be voted for at the general election in Novetnbej 1900 Second That raid convention be called and notice forthwith be given for Its holding on June 20 1100 at 2 oclock p m Harrpdsbarg Mercer county Ky That there be selected from each county delegates to thatconventionup on the basis of 1 delegate for each 200 Democratic voters as returned for Governor at the hwt tate election that for the pelectitin of said Delegates there will be a mass convention held by the Dem ocracy of each of aId counties ut the court house on June 1C 1900 at 2 oclock p in Tho meeting was called toonler by the Chairman lion Simeon Cook and on motion W M Scott was elscted Sec relarv and Treasurer ThirdThat all legal voters truly take part in said respective mass Conven tions who have heretofore affiliated with thin Democratic party antl also those who arc known Democrats antI who recognize tire obligation of sup porting the nominee of said Democratic party by participating1 the selection of said and also any person- as will be entitled lo cast his liNt vote byhisport the nominee of said Democratic party which respective mass conventions will be called to order and duly conducted according to the party laws olTerlnghitnelfastutu is required to deposit the sum of 100 with the Treasurer of this Commit tee to be used in defray ing the expenses of holding said convention and the call hug thereof on or before June 1 1900 anil should declare himself as such can didate on or before such lastmentioned dateFiftliThatsliould not more than one person offer as a candidate by the time aforesaid then this Committee will meet on June 2 1900 and declare such person the nominee and resolve the Committee into mid organize a conven tion of the Democracy of the Eighth Congressional District and duly nomi nate a nominee anti nominate such person as the nominee of the party which- sai1 meeting will be at the Commercial Hotel la llarrodsburg Mercer county KySixthThat nil the provisions of the Kentucky Statutes shall obtain nod ap ply herein except in such cases as the same may be modified by the action of this Committee iu so far as the Committee is authorized to modify the azure Seventh That Simeon Cook Chairman of the Democratic Executive Com mittee of the Eighth Congressional Dis trict is directed to give due notice and do arid perform any anti all acts neces sary and proper for calling and holding saul convention which this Committto oc he as the uoverning authority of tI e Democratic party in said Dittiict is au thorized to do Eighth That the Committee meet at Harrodshiirg Merrer county Ky on June 2 1900 at 2 oclock plII at the Commercial Hotel to transact such further business relating to said eon vention as is deemed iecessary and pro per The above resolutions were unani mously adopted after winch the me Ing aiijouruedSIMEON COOK Chin W M SCOTT Sec Pursuant to above calliI hereby call a convention to bl house Richmond Ky on Saturday June 1C 1900 for the purpose named JoaN BCllENAULT Cum BALDWIN Mr Sym n AVhiteacre is visiting John Murphy has recoveredsome what Mr Ra mon Ilowaid hasbeen visit- Ing lucre Mrs Will Young is visiting relatives at 1oosie J W Prather preached at Valley View Sunday Mrs Annie Baldwin and daughter are visiting Mrs Ed Davis of Red House who is very III You know all about it The rush the f worry the- exhaustion You go about with a great uponJtt1Iyouthis feeling You 1 are a slave to your work I Ion1 Take Irr J AYQ1SSiLT3IPU1I 7beencouraged giving rest to the overworked and briD ginrefreshing sleep to the depressed No other Sarsaparilla approaches it In age I and in cures Ayer is I the leader of them all It was old before other sarsaparillas were bora IUhMllk AIU rasIa Ayers Pills aid the ac- iki pf Ayers Sarsapt rttia They cure bilious neW 2SeIiaba I Mv a ed Sytrt los a JII 1IMHt4i yosrs nil aveaalI 1r the Terr slart tMiteeadetMJIINt UclMs in the worM 1 ear your 8anarIlJaJaYefi r fwbn I arK tcokJUapJa sow put aa aos- wIuovt oer srdisInsa- YMaaKTaoxMFM t u11111 Laos KiM It 4AJ iIefIIN tile It l h ft 118Y Jc II IIh f tI o j ++ CALL ATH1 ijlfllSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinksthat can be found in the city are dispensed by upto iate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY jvg L t QL HEADQUARTERS fOIi SEWING MACHINES 2 SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty SggFOFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros anl7ly Remember That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis- pOsing of anything in this line A L GOfT an2ttf KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatItartlficlally digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the Jatcst discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in permanentlycuresDyspepsia SlcklteadacheGastralgmaCrampsancjall Prepared by E C DeWitt Co Chicago For snle by Perry Thomas RECiR n FOR WEAK MENTho rent French Ecmrdy Is thin ensy rec1 of every AmTlcI It irets powerfully and qnlrky A Hen fn Phpfcafij Prtf eet Is tho rSoltcfCDir cs ct Younsmca WlIllIl8ln Ulllriost rmrhrll and Cld Men rill recover theIr rontrl Vor Itfita oro for buns rtnilv i r in rrin o RCCEKCiO corrCanreI b xnr clz fcrCjCO Ke chitfal1 rJari thlrflr7 rtI ro rttloet1onn =lct a cure Llreulara frcb Addrcsa tho American oQco of BQRDE5QX Vmm Cofsc7Ln For sale by Perry Thorns scpU3ly For Sale 175 Acres tf Land 5miles south 6f Richmond near the pike dwelling with rooms good barn andotiierb- uildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church and school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mchl4tf White Hall Ky A New Train West IHST LOUIS LIMITEDy V- IAiiooroil t t SHectJve Ail iTO TEXAS v KANSAS 1I MISSOURI t leave Cln lnufltL122O aoon 4Trlve Indl nkpoti 3JS jpau rrteiIt LOII7 9M Pt at Paror Cars lcNaern Goae es t Diiilg Oars TkhIII ia jwMdLewi LfCfl W P I Ne r i L onreonwei HARDWARE itttttSrucuso PLOWS IiiuswContinental Disc Harrows 3Hamilton Corn Plantors Corn Cultivators 1cMaltaDeparture Corn Cultivators McColm Soil Pulverizer Malta Double Shovel Plows fj Champion Binders and Mowers siHorse Collars Pads Traces Back + bands Bridles Hames Plow 4 t lines Wood and Steel Double sTrees Hoes Mattocks Build t The above we respectfully submit 40 to your careful consideration sNwhen in the market at 5 Living Prices GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE er s gDOUGLASSIMMONS1HARDWARE mchlly JJJJJJJ tttWANTED WALNUTLOGS LUMBERtTREES Address C C MENGEL JR BRO CO INCORPORATED y21mLOUISVILLE KY iMadison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETH HonnmcitsrTomfcs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FIRE WORK T SPECIALTY +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will to interest to call at the old stand in tire rear of the M J3 Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stpck of finished work to solect from at prices to suit all classes of buyers jCSfJIn W G GOUCHER one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every Parties living aLa distance should write to us for designs which wtll bo furnished on application a CT YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED1 JKTVSES T HKTV IITON Proprietor FM 7IM 7IM 7f7IThis Is The Oliver Plow 1f 1PYQUELVEI t 41 41 THE BEST 41 IF YOU HiVE NOT WE WILL PROVE IT JS A 7fTHE BEST r We are still andngthe Brown Cultivator 4Saworth Corn Planter and the Best Harrow Vn the market Alb a full line of Collars fiaaaes Back Bands Bridles and all kinds Plow 3ear and a full line of Hardware and Stoves + D1L ann I ClPUY l1 YAtx RblbONJ t Wi 1i JJfl1 1 l Y t S dged Print i In Union There Is Strength Having sold a half interest in my Grocery Business to ptfavorsattention of his friends to his partnership in the business and solicits a share of thejr patronage The high grade of goods and reputation of this store will be maintained V DEATHERAGE BALDWIN Successors to E Deatherage Co The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 1C 1900 cq4Z 0 We want to sell our stock of China and are going toof for it at slaughter prices Come in and select before it is picked over Garden seed of all kinds Few lower bulbs left N Nice lot Tomato and Cabbage plants Plain and fancy Lamps sell ug low Come arunning Doors open at 7 oclockthis morning McCANN DEATHEnAGE e4 Save money and get a suit Irom Stouflbrp marl4tf A public vault is to be built at the Cemetery Suits from 10 up to measure at StoulTers mar4tf Two fire alurmes Inst wevk but no serious danago resulteil Gannllll leave your measure at btonlfer6 tho tailor marU If The Weather for many weeks has lx en perfectly hcniitiful Fancy shirts in new styles at Stouffer marl4tf Higgins LUSIHI ctu offer you some bargains In hides uiayO 1m Our motto is strictly CFtSh3est groceries at lowest pricvs tf II A BAXTER Mgr If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell then for cvsh write or call on ROY SOPEK Co nov29 GUI Nicliolasvillc Ky Dont buy a buit until you fee Stouffdrs niarl4tf Mv guarantee is that every Snit of Clothes shall give perfect satisfaction btre leavinsr the shop I do not charge for clothes that do not fit CHAS JACOBS feltfltf The Tailor Sag Stoulfur for men and boys clothing marl4tf Siimethinj IIPW in Jlens Clothing at I luis Jxcubx HH lilts the finest nirtttnt of KJiiuples vpr brought to Itiilinnmil Ilin Prices urn ehf luirt r suit roods the but Call and investigate feb2ltf Great oppoitunity offHred to good reliable men Salary ofl6per week ami expens h for soon with rig to intro duce our Poultry Mixture and Infect jVstroy r in thecountry Stnd tianip American Mfg Co Terre HHUIB Ind- SSfebly Tli new culler can fit you at StUftVr lIIarJt tf Agents on snlarv of 15 per week ami oxjeiiso did irtwates agent seller evtr proiluued ppry stocSr and jxiiiltry rniser buys it nu sight llnsilers wanted Rpferencn Adilrosa with stamp American Mig Co Terre Haute IruJ- 2Sfebly Btee Ejiibry ajrtxl 22 didof con eumpltun Isis IIMUI T receiving J71 from the Sun Life InnranceCompany she had pniil out SI4JW at the rate of rents per week fr 5J years and tlius reives 401 above toe mst of iiisnr anie C H D is lnl aent Stonlter the tailor makes FIIS to fit niarl4tf Tailor made vesta at Stouffers See the lOW style hints ntStonflers Centre vs 0 U today base ball Have suits made by Stouffer and I save 10 murl4tf nowDemocmtic atWiuchesterJ W L A Ballard shipped aload of hogs to Cincinnati last week Our Peytontown correspondent should continue his letters regularly ca1l oa Higgins Luxon for low prices in Buggies and Road finltimothyissue onMissGim2t A new and latest improved National Cash Register for sale Apply at this office ISaprtf See higgins Luxon for Buggies and Carriages Prices the lowest maiOlm The Enterprise Groccrj will Fell huu6eintf Elder Dickeys Mountain Messin ger is a welcome visitor John Harris a Richmond boy is doing tho mechan ical work welt- Masterlluizhm Finnell the mechani GovernmentBuilding clocks music boxes etc Window Shades allsizes and colors upGeo lintfreetape a hnncl in the coming fight for the people Editor Sowers gets up a live supporLLoxIngto1 benefitProlBNwnnun of tIme lwit orchestras in the State and a benefit to buy new instruments receivellJessnmineJournal For Rent theEpbialApjilj tn Dn EVAV- S2oaprtf Mr McClintock Chosen Elector Mr tfohn T McClintock of this rity was named at the Nieholnsville con thisdistrictlace as County Chairman For Sale A new Deering Binder just used one pureTouluuseW O POWELL ISiprCw Red House Ky ThterpriscGrOl6ry ierifs for cash than any grocery house in Richmond It A BAXTEC Mgr tf Picture Frames in stockand made to order all sizes and styles Geo M Willging Republican State Convention Louisville May 17th The Louisville and Atlantic railroad will sell tickets for the above occasion from all stations at rate of one and onethird fare tripC a Gen 1axs Agent Public Training Stable J J Einbry and n S Wilcox hay incjuined in partnership for the pur pose of handling horses have opened a public stable tic the fair grounds AnyI one having cult to break or Cs to be handled for speed will do wt11 to fee llaproin EMEU t WILCOX flew Clock The Fiscal Court appropriated 515 for a new clock for limo court house The tower about the bell should be onpu to prevent the feonnd from arrnm nlatiiic in the closely shntiip tower If al the Sound from the bell that is now hon olup were to escape some dark night it could be heard in the Philippine Islands Squire Armer wishes to illumine the dials at night Wall Papers 4 and 5c GUts 6c dark rich reds blues and greens 9c on up Large stock solid ingrains match borders and ceilingsGeo M Willging 1 We Are Now Ready With the largest and most complete line oL SHOES RATS AND MENS- FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things and at PRICES that will please you to btqWe invite you to call and examine our Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be con vinced that for the same quality of goods share the CHEAPEST house in Richmon j I RICE ARNOLD KyLou D = MeeiCnhlu oftheRlchmohdSalurdayJunt16lh teetorodsourg Juno 2Qth to nominate a candidate for Congress See lull call onfirst page JOliN B GniiNAUir Chmnt The Willgihg Paint is a practical paint mixed by a practical painter Any color made to order on short notice Try it and you will use no other Warmed Over But Good Three planks of tlm Kepiihlirnn isIMarkissue of time CUIX for want of room supPiCifleiltMr Let eher at Chicago ColWilliamGibsonlastSecretaryofLet us all be Benefactors Ho is a benefactor to his town who makes One weed grow where two weeds prow before This Is a suggestion to that portion of our citizenship which permits the grass to grow as tall ou their front pavements as in their backyards Fox Hunters Association NationalEstjllSprings12 as the place and date for time next runNovemberThanks Extended expressthetimeAssociation oftheuse of the organ and audience room But Two Resident Preachers There A citizen of Estill county informs us that there are but two resident minis teN in that county giving all their time to religious work He added that hadIJlenElder J J Dickeys Camption Messin ger Blue Grass Seed That Will Come Up ofmuemade known In person lit White Hall Lexingtonzen The Richmond Climax Register and Fautagraph CrAy tf White Hall Ky Choral Club Organized musicallyinclinedized at Air and 1IraT V Logans residence last Tuesday evening About sexeshavethestlldyofment of its members thrilling Story in Which a Richmond Phy sician Figures wasinulI n pathetic and thrilling slorv in formerKentucky LDrutchterstory is on our supplement today Its Friends Multiply There is a hackneyed saying that maybeeudernessof our friends even as the rosesItitoinfirmary Since it has lost the support o the county let the energy of its rieiids be redoubled to prevent the donorHon01 Interest to Enumerators Enumerators for the census in June rill be furnished with badges by time government which are to be worn in a innspicuous place to be seen ind will be their credentials for path rIng their statistics These badges will be made of German silver and hearing the words United States Census 1900 An order has already bldgesbyWill You Help Ladies The Confederate Veterans Assr Iation of Louisville fearing it will be unable to supply the demands of the reunion has requested the Daugh ers of the Confederacy to solicit donations of beaten biscuit and cooked hams All nerlous who will are asked to send theircoutributions to the store If Covington Arnold lIre not later ban Monday morning May 21st 1000 is all supplies must be shipped bv that late Think cf This inMay A heavy frost greeted early ilsers last Thursday morning and potatoes mnjjuredness at Stanford The Interior Journal says More frost and ice yesterday got the beans and other tender vegetables that the one of last week let pass Our peo pIe will learn after white that about the first of June frf the proper time to begin gardening in this latitude May Locate la Arizona Mr T B Taylor the Waco merchant whose store at that place was burned Arilzonalocate and reimbark in the general mer t chandise business Uw health baa nut been good for the past two years anti his friends are of the opinion that the dry climate of that region will restore him to his former vigor On his way West he will stop off at Decatur Illinois to Cunningham Requisition For Irvines Defaulting Cashier Last Friday Gov Beckhain Issued a requisition on time Governor of Alls Bouri for the return of defaulting bank cashier Joe McDowell who fa wanted at Irvine for defaulting with the funds of the old Estill County DeI posit Hank Former Hherilf James y1 IIgentonI1ehalfofer back lor trial McDowell passed brooch her on Mopday In charge of Mr Vat and Is now behind the bars of Iryinetfjail If It Should Not Rain For Seven Years Irwaa said at time time of the com pletion of the waterworks trtiit the reservoir Lake ieba wonld supply the city of Richmond even if there Ioold be no rain for seven years God spar us from such a drouth IJain fone of time blessings which are appreciated- oniy in their absence it comes abundantly we even think it detri ijiontal as to outdoor aniunenienla it undoubtedly is but when it falls to come for of timer we feel rhtJ loss ol1tandwelcomE it return rJn to Richmond The Lexington Democrat says Tim first electric road ont of Lexington will in all probability be to Richmond rd though rights Of way have been sur- yyed to other towns Vhen time ge- erI benefits fef the electric1 road pro- pOsIticli are hoLler nndarsiood by limit stetIfcorvey already been trade of tire ranfo Jtfotn Lexlngforj IidpJofJell1 fiwli4ielIfiwv hsdcstetJ may tt tff Lbs is1teipropectas and etldttle Ihe iHttM 0 C 4 JaRfl f GOaoo ft IN ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MENS WEAR 41 Come anti see what we are slioivinf in Eig1it trrcn t Twelvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines w of M ns N- ewt3TYLI3H SU1TSF Jone will give you the value that you will find in these goods for the PRICE1We are also showing all the new things in Furnish ll- i1 ing Goods Hats and Shoes And also have some V GREAT BARGAINS in Heavy Winter Overcoats V pVA same goods willcost you more money next fall e e CovingtonIVlitcheIlDont from last year but buy Will gings Pure Fresh Lead and Linseedoil Prices Talk A Great Contest Today The supremacy at base ball will bo decided here today between the old invals Centre College and Central Uni versity Let us go out at 8 oclock and civo both clubs the inspiration of a good audience Staryed or Stolen Fom my place near Silver Creek graylmorteright forefoot twisted outward and is a natural saddle horse information will be thankfully received J B WOODS Baldwin Ky Kingston Boy Valedlctonian It is a pleasure to record the honorable achievements of ourcitizens and old hence we record with delight the boyDrengraved itlvitauoui to the Commencement Exercises of the Medical Depart ment of the Medico Chirnrgtcal College of Philadelphia May 19th isat hand At the head of the class of fiftynine graduates stands H L Fanis Valedic brian How is that for a record Colored School Commencement Neat invitations are out to the Sixth Annual Commencement of time Rich mond Colored High School at the United Baptist church Friday next at 8 p m A public exhibit of fichool woifc work will take place today at the school building from 9 a m to 4 30 p in Tliere are two graduates J Win Gentry and Gertrude B Irvine who will deliver orations Friday night when program of music and addresses will be carried out Prof C W Reynolds and his faculty of assistants seven in number have done a great work and deserve the kindly support of all lasses Jim Howard Was Here For Months Jim Howard surrendered to Sheriff White of Clay county Wednesday and passed through Richmond to Frankfort He fs charged with time assassination of Goy Uoebel and is the person WJIO is charged with firing the fatal shot Howard says that he is Innocent of the chargc and expects the court will grant bail but in this be is mistaken He was lodged in the Franklin county jail by Sheriff White jailimeresaid to have stopped here enroute to Frankfort the day before Goebel was killed New City Physician First Homeopath Ever Selected Dr Chas E Smoot the wellknown Homeopathic physician was elected City Physician by the Fiscal Court on Saturday last This ii the first time in pimysidamiHver chosen to a similar position in the county However the rourt made no mistake for Dr Smoot whom we have known for years beginning with his two years distinguished course here at Central University in jt gentleman of edu andclmaracter and as a graduate of the Chicago Homeopathic College holds a diploma equal to the best in the land The Youngest Confederate Chattanooga Tenn is boasting and publishing that he will send to the Louisville Reunion the youngest en listed Confederate Veteran whoie ago at date enlistment was 15 years and G months But the Southern city in reckoning without her host and if no other city contests for the distinction Winchester Always first will wear the honor says the Winchester Sun There are to Confederate soldiers living here who were younger at the date of enlistment than the Chattanooga man We have R P Scobee Who was 14 yearn Old January 23 1802 and enlisted in September of that year and Kills Baxter who enlisted in June 1862 end waft tot 13 years old until September 10 of time same year Kotli of these Confed erates will be at time Ito nlon and Chattanooga will not be in it Prof Elliott Improving The CLIMAX received this letter from May uhJ Ky from Mr Henry II Ellioti ton of Prof Milton II Elliott CollegeI error in time lsu t issue o the Czixax In tegard to Nathan His eyes have been troubling him for several years but are notoriously aflecfed Last summer he took treatment for two months under n specialist anti his eyes were very much improved The oculist recommended that be should not use his eyes in read ing lot a year This he is trying to do Thongi a strident at the Law iepqrt mcnt Of the Illlnofi Weooyan Univer sity sit Bloomingtont he does not use hlieifcI in study as tine of his class mates Is kind eiloudi to read to hint Our enrollment at West Konlntky CCI lege lids year Is 300 the largest in tht liKtory of he Institutirn With best wUbeit I ant Very ulhjPY UIfucm Jt turfi t fltf JII Srm The contract nyslirai of working time connt y ronds whIch imas been In vogue In this county fof a number of taxpayerstrouttiming iff tho pass file Fiscal Court Jo Hciiot here hits t week V6ftd to reldrii I11JInghertirhrmg him ttf WQrk the foudd so ttJjf1outcI1TherMCrn to tile oId fiyrttfii will hi met with vigorria protests Iii time rUral JMrlcl of the county M itfrteahri limp cnttlnff off of f tioJIrtf trout this fannefp w jfTtff iiWiet fttrina lit so Wluoh per tliettf Mid febjer wlto tJiadEt lti xl WnmtftS on til HMM I Hilt we tbl 1 bust aniHref 1fJ tWb kicks will N its t tu the 6rt4fetei 6 out foJwttft nchlthi piM MllNsst4efit1Ifi syiw f- kIi j at4ip4y at the Kentucky Carriage Works Jno Donelson Proprietor fin inspectionOn mand last season for our own make of work our stock is much larger this spring than ever before We give special attention to repairing and repainting If you want the old carriage repainted you had better get in ahead of the rush Doors open every day in the weekexcept Sunday A Secret But Giant Evil A species of dangerous speculation lias gained a foothold in Richmond that means the doubtful prosperlt of TillsItemsuflicient Among the gamblers hurt bv time over capitalization of these big Trust stocks anti by speculation in them ate farmers of tile West arid South Wall htnot is supported by the secret but incalcula ble Rums daily sent there by farmers fitaltered all over Americasent thereto gamble on stock and securities and produce If it were not for the rural ofSewrruvideManketar time gulden fleeces which these ar gonauts live uponW C P JJreckin ridge in Lexington Herald Favors Armed Revolution That a soft answer tnrneth Cyntimiamimihues utterances oi a mountain editor The Republican Mountain Echo of London favors armed revolution in- case the Supreme Court abiding by- lawtin and established precedents sustains the courts of Kentucky ami Judge Taft In Imagination we See Brother Dyche a good sanctified Methodist and a Government otllce holder besmearing himself with war paint printing ink donning a mother hub bard and shouldering the office broom impregnablikopjesof Ills brave little army of mountain nudists Make way for liberty brave Brother Dyche cited And jobnndA Visit to Gen Clay While other papers throughout the State arid nation have made capital of time domestic affairs of Gen Casslus M Clay the CLIMAX has not printed a line concerning them out of respect to the ieneral and his children We cannot refrain however from briefly noting our visit to White Hall last Saturday He received us in his ac hospitabiysince we were there and the Generals eyesight is nut ni good us formerly we needed no introduction as evidenced bv Ills itiftant recognition and hearty greeting fitting in his shirtsleeves uiiior the spreading bows of one of the Ktiinfc of the foreat which he planted with hilt uwu hand eighty years ago it wU8 a sight never to be forgotten thick Irma his bruw his long snowy hair was ranched with a womans comb awl over huteyes was a students shade altering his appearance somewhat fur we limit never seen him thus adorned Heretofore lds tthaegy locks have al ways clustered about his forehead and added to rather than detracted from his lietingubhed appearance General Clay is in good health but is somewhat slower in lila movements duu however not so much to infirmity its to weakened vision which naturally renders his movements halting aud nn Ctriain He weighs probably pounds and though slightly stooped in a gtutit yet 1 frame That his oldtime nurvu is with him yet is shown by the fact gutIgilt s ho emptied time contents of both barrels buckshot into tho titspoil ers of lila flock Tho distance was 80 yard but one dog dropped stone dead in his tracks trIO other ran a tow rods timid keeled over Although Gen iay will reach his ninetieth milestone next October Ills mind La yet almost ns clear lmouIlum over almost the wnolo of this ten and among those who made it ntld themselves fatuous he iff not the least notable Hid achievements in state craft and ill war are u part of the lila PreloiltitWhltii Hall lila palatial home on n commanding tertattS towers abovo time giirroandlug park which Is shaded by primitive faucet trees suit carpeted ttUli with richest the grass on time Incu ol time perth lie hiss upccitflens ol the littler 4 f Ct 4 Inches tnllwho wdUld believe Ill tint tin trite Tlio Interior of tha jJeaiddnce line been wjtnowjiul illsnidiitled no doubt colnpnrod with itn former Yetflli the walls of liii- IotmdtilV time Imniitjsdttmeat timost of its ilai and unto hiiug palhtinga of tuWfltd heads of Immrotmo prestlul1 lu person W time Sage of Wlill hail whet lie wg3 SUnioler toltuaslnj nud evtlfy wberfl rtte works of nrt in marble bronwj Ills llhtary cohtntus fiorlint Cooa volumes tIme largest iti he coUilly Jlde jitrmuiidotl art attd Iltrlta tirowlttj tile earth yielding her meen LV wavltmg actpfeta- tioVcl nitf troneeful lironat the o lives Idubdj trtm1 the tUbll arch of IJH he eures Trnvelois fldtu jifftf eOtile to View time trHi tel slid lila fatiioUajtifteati 01 fesdifdjiy a Ldrrl l ilruva fiwitt l4sulItthhfI to view Limo itlelcric httimmu jtjlltJt1l1lI1IItf Kolug tfl J i j rtlllit tetf t lltlllIllyears iYii tif iQlhll liii f khh1 + I1MtIJ dWtji j 11 IIIII P r TWENTY PER CENT OFF rI O I HOESI In order to introduce our LADIES MISSES and CHILDRENS FINE SHOES and SLIPPERS and our Elegant Line of s Mens Shoes we have decided to give a reduction of TWENTY PER CENT OFFOn all Shoe Purchases for 20 DAYS ONLY beginning May9tItLine of Ladies Fine Shoes and Slippers is the acknowl HOUR 5edged Queen of Ladies Fine Shoes The price of this Line of Shoes on all Lasts and Cuts is 300 in our 20 days sale this line will only be 240 a saving of 60c per pair on every pair purchased There is no better shoe in the market than the Regina even at 500 per pair REMEMBER THATTwenty Per Cent willbe 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 withonly the very choicest things in Mens Ladies Misses Chil drens Babies Boys and Youths Shoes and Slippers We have the most complete line in Richmond If you need anything in Shoes now is the time to purchase them Save a days work on a few doljars spent buying Shoes A great many people imagine they cant buy a shoe worth wearing unless they go to a regular Shoe Store hope Great Twenty Per will induce you togive us a trial and let us disabuse your mind of that idea THERE IS NO SHOE STORE IN RICHMOND b nor anywhere else showing finer line of Ladies Shoes and Slippers than we are at pres ent We earnestly invite your inspection during this sale All 50e shoes are 40c all 75c shoes are GOc all 5100 shoes are SOc all 125 shoes are 95c all 5150 shoes are 1120 all 200 shoes are 160 all 250 shoes are 200 all 300 shoes are 260 all 350 shoes are 280 during this sale I Every department in our great store is chuck full of good things Our prices in all t departments will show a considerable CUT during Our Great Twenty Per Cent Off Shoe Sale 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 Remember 20 per cent off for 20 days on Tailormade Suit Department SSjSJuS r all Shoe purchases W Di OLOHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN II Would Pay The Valley View Argent asks Why cant Madison county have a meeting sometime in June or July composed ot time editors oxeditors em ployes and local correspondents of the county s Let an organization he perfected timrougimrnittimecountv for the of social intercourse and ideas pertaining to II proper method for the local scribe to bo known as time Madison County Scribatorial Associa tion Whowill start the work Now Mr Argent we are right with yon on this question not simply for the pleasant feature tho proposition but because of a deeply grounded that the readers of Madison county cnrablewllieawakoCounty news is going to waste every day because we cannot interest tho proper persona in the matter of writing lot era Time Cwic rule is to lurniHh to every correspondent a copy of tim- eCIZAx free necessary atnhmips and stationery Hut by a meeting of all wo are sure there would 10 revival of Interest in ox hanging time rountv news through th medium of time correspondents and a corresponding liicieasu of our subscription Hut The CLIMAX heartily favors the proposed plan Mr Covinalons Splendid Shooting Standing on tho ecrntqli with four other flue ninrksmon Mr T T Coving ton beat them clear out of blitht last Friday nt tho bird shooting at furl park Considering that Mr Covington but one arm his score la nil but a world beater Hero Is the score A titan Of tliij Vtrjtltl id eunlcseeuly iitil la Heavenly ctlliflH 1Jg Nonlrrit thig CllthltJtilJIfX a5j hi lake wlttipcriie Ho dJs Pil1tJ lu IIli i4 vs4th iijhitthutAIwUli hi hit ulililJ limit miiet ch- ur flid dtM ktlJi iI iJJtrijffttHf PWi M V i 11M tl f- l+ In tho spring the birds are singing AH ties build their summer mime Blades ot grass and buds are springing OVr time mead the cattle roam In freightedWithHunors hods mire designated Signals warning of these In the spring that tired feeling Makes you every duty shirk likcbeggingstealingIlather But theres somvt hi lie known that will a MHII to health and vigor lead You will hind Hoods Sarsaparilla Just exactly what you need I mayOhn Why nocgood euouglmto lie tru In constipation Ilcrhlue affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small dwes will usu ally be found to regulate the excre tory functions that they are able to orI crate without any aid whatever Price fiOcontB Terry Thomas Smaylm A Landsamely dressed man is either n man for consideration or concern As Epldemlc of Whooping Oouorfc Lust winter during an epidemic of whooping cough nl children contract ed thbdlwuso liming Iovoroconllhlng spells We had Used Chal1lberlhln6C- Olilth Komeday vi ry Biimsssfullv for croup Il1tlnnturally turned to It nt thnt tune nini relieved time cough and tidectal a complete cure John H Clifford 1ropriotor Norwood hueNorwood N Y This remedy In for sale by retry Thomas Slnnylin Mediocrity criticises supcriotty ap prcciittcg Nothing has cur been tirothiccd to oqiial or ceinpnro with Tablers Jluck uVo as H curnllviv slut heating npiltcntiot for riles Fissures bitnd mid Ixiornttl ot mter tinl nnd Itching Mid bleeding of time relief Is in hi ed ate tutu lIJOttllllfIC Pitco 60 cents lu hot ties tubes 75 emits Perry Thomas 2timyl n YhyhotmtOpporluilily Is TN Creim ol tldlttlt Now Is 5oUr oppbrlunlly Ttterots tin tltnd t gAatoM in it uunlr In hUNt of a JiJJotl uiedlitiie like Hoods tutu IU lltne Wh IIIlIII BO Susceptibly to tins ticticlUato betlorlVcd tfoin slllih h niodjclrte nt liuHfvibfc eniltihUiR litiit li ttoitlimg jut ycLtamtfloods E3ltelt1 t ihltl hit tight for ft f tt tll liCSlthsebttatlpiitIntI Lturett by Iuoits Illlshunt 1mtt it1lttt ltttkunt1tlitttb1- huiy hick 11w mtsy iii the n5it- ltl5 thu W bllu eiguitknh- li aft Itch tim mdii ot Ifiluble IcLitul htPtiutn 0tt rlulbtIitttt It himtjmlttt5 t In iimtuinLitut Iii iattttilt fihthmhe hit IithmotF kike 1l tit- mtvvlltt g11 letistu ittiii0mi IIt tlli- ih tntg 0ti tiler Itihitt iilt- itiiti timat pull time itot lhititn hO It- ftttititt ulo4o tuimnh and it- ttlaulmt ttnko itttt tiu tuli ktrust 1Ltthi4ItttshiLtitd mttefrti tiIli dtittAi- r d Old Age Olii age as it comes in the orderly process of nature is a beautiful and ma jestic timing The very shadow eclipse prizedItwisdom and counsel That is old ago an it should be nut old a e as it so often is means nothing lintII second childhood of mind and body What makes the difference Very largely time care for the stomach In youth and the full strength of manhood it doesnt seem to matter how wo treat the stomach We abuse it overwork it in jure IL We dont suffer from it much But when ago comes time stomach is worn out It cant prepare and dis tribute the needed nourishment to the body and time body utmriounlshetl falls into senile decay Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery ia n wonderful medi cine for old people whose stomachs are weak and whoso digestions are poor Its invigorating effects are foIL mind as well as body It takes tho stIng front old ago and makes old peo ple strong There is a religious sect that pays daily devotions nnd performs litcs to to Its founder Sell pn1lorhim suspected rightly her darling waa troubled With wormo has regained the rosy line of health with a fow doeca of 25Ilonllchnlktooinuili less a lorgtictte lImo undents belicvod that rlicuma llsm was the work of a tlemotl within si ntnn Any one who 1ms had nil attack ot solatie or Infldtnhtoty rheumatism will ngreo that the hut ccllumu is demon Inc enough to warrant Ihe belief It has hover been Clalutcil that Chamber louts Pain Delta Would Cast nut utta fuoltn hut it wilt cure lOttittttstlt xtad hundreds War testliunuy to the truth ot this BUletnenU Otto Application re lievi thd pftlh suit quick which it nlTonls is Alllne wurth manv thnes Its iO5tbItw wale bv letThbuias 2roaplm fo abetrfetisnsnOttaItVw OcU 13 18M LMislrc Svttut rn M tih n Ill- 3u4ltiemetttOnr b lb Esther tins never tastei tk dip wl medicine tttbor thtttt lIt CI tdtoIIs t l P8il ot- tttttiii tItat 1 er lttDtireivunrui Iter- ot tHuatIpattott t t hThI nUll fclttcb jtnVA 3 anr meullclni she has bWn perfertlj bcaitrij allhd idme tia hot been 11 fttrdngtmtt ifotlaersItttis VIsbbaR turaMtta rb tt ntat 1liy d h hMl Icrete Titt uiutt tWil to lu1- 1itbotI W I4it1tItIt tm1eetcl tt Ltd fd UIibtc 9 jVI aI 1no 3Ms 1btdtr I tli Y rift blIu Unless a woman eats sul1icient Hour Ishing foot she can neither gain or keep a good complexion Foodwhemi digested Is the base of nil health nil strength and all beauty Ilerblno will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of PerryjIt takes a Jove to hurl a thunderbolt effectively Impuritiesinpromptly expel them by taking Ho dil- Irllllll1rilla It Force all men to be equal and you make them all moan Dr Caldwolls Syrup of leptn Is guaranteed to cure constipation filtH gestion sick liondacbo and Mmnnch trouble by all drnfcsiats mayO 1m A deep inspiration is good for an itching nose Gossips noto boiio BPZKMA ITCIIINU hUMORS IMMtLKS CUllED KY n n hattie Frt Sufferers IDoes your skin Itch and Iwn nfl leasing eruptions on the skin V you feel aahamca to seen In owmpany Do scabs and scales lorna on the 1d- uhllr or scalp Have vou Bra im Sklu sore and cracked Kwh fcmn 04- 1tbe skin Prickling pain In the km Boils IMmnlet Iwne jvilw SwoHw PuIs 1oIe tken All these are symptows1lze ttWIU nklAi Blooil U Jmwh ck teakos thd blood pure and rich Ik n Bviii crtuse the sores to heal ftefcfag tt ec irtiina to t top Totever the skw to be come cleat nml the breathswt It B- H is 8l time Vo Iwvfe betn looking for Thorcraghly tested Tnt S8 x1 ars our readers Hire atl4ee4 try lhit1I For ale by dnp1ts it- tur largo bottte six larjm ho ties elI treatment VoieteWreti utkk- iicl bottle So unWeriers w ay leSt rt a rid hotut rtvtn JI wy yofftt tr ft Address BlOOO nAt CO 4SS MtteV Cli ttreet AtiantaGa De onN eor lul1eeItIvlalIntereit eeie tntlte ym- ettcek 1 Itical faryonrfnieiim BitllaruIa anew tlDtiIIDst cnie Rhc liftatTsm Nenralifa IIiaskiclkUpadacn Sore 1huont Od mt- iIltulrs UldS irea Joth ad fti pkJrI nhd IttrVoVhtnfcrinTi TW ttWing rTfilmenl iti the airthtupiee and M rentS rerry YWrto rra- lUi cI o jorirtroyctr iuoiw rtsiit- 1IfttTI the up iftritjre Ttir B 1P tm tftn Intense tottJgiIii6in b Iise- 1Jth tho ts t i CbamberliTha E asmi llfrm Ointment MwaJ YcW I M J ItIiAi feisfi e vwwfiy fie Sto ttirailra bMeI btth frcirniulti jA iC 8 Wi btU iei ate w Jfi ML iiii T 1I I TIrwLw IFM r 1t T ir 1 T r a 9 III oi i The Richmond Climax J C CDENAULTProprfetor- A D MILLER Business Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1000 FOBIISBKD EVER WJCDNMDAT BT The Climax Printing Co PRICK PER YEAR 150 TIlE exington Leader remarh The Democrats are ery tripoli in need of a few more principles Charity begins at home TOWNE nominated for Vire Presi ilont bv the Fusion party last week made the 15ne t speech we had here Inbt year pays the Paris Kentuckian =FIFTEEN thousand American work iiiirmmi went out on a strike liwt week rlFese present Republican good times appear to be mostly confined to the mmi who are Working the working InenIr is lipped from Washington that the lavi lsjuGill ert contest will Ie deride1 In favor of the latter the com mittee it is said being unanimously in favor VI reseutative present excellent itep TAtLOW DIOK only has 4000 jn fines assessed against him for selling moonshine lie is one of Calebs sobriety army which recently descend ed upon Fraiikfotr for the purpose of distributing tracts and delivering fern- porance lectures to the Kentucky Legislature SOT one cent of the 100 000 reward fund has been paul to witnesses and noun will cet a penny neither will con fessions be paid for If the prosecu lion were going to use the money for bribery purposes as has been intimated it would certainly not attempt to use it ou till Republican nlliiials TUB Carlisle Mercury which opposed nobel after his nomination says ittIs still in the Democrat ranks ready unit willing to hattie fur Democratic principles ami caiiliiliites No one alL thorizud to sneak fur the Democratic party has bid us depart from our first love Enough said Come bark and glad to have you and all like you Democ laoy in 00 hid prmfntiK few champions equal to the Mercury nud we need all such in 1000 THE friends of Hon James R Me Creary lire urging him to become a can didate for Governor this fall He tided the executive chair so ably from 1876 to IbSJ that ho won the merited title of the Model Governor How over we surmise the he will decline Ilia honor as U v Brckham will be the nominee MtUreary has ever been the friend of the people laboring in season and out of season for their benefit He hits ever been their strong and able champion and at the coming State con vention we expect to see him sent as Initiate trom the Ktnteatlarge to the Kansas City convention He deserves it and no doubt will receive it1ltVurnon Signal TIIKIIE seems to bo a strong feeling on the part of the Democratic papers ol the State in favor of a primary to nominate H candidate for Governor and to select delegates to the national conven lion Tlii is hut n revival of the same cllrrupHoltcareful coniiilentu The nearer we- ean cet to Hie leheIwith these politi cal jimtteM tint morit Democratic wt t11IIImils of some lull tt Iossilily it is III not a priiniiry let iinvimr meetings lie held lot enilrcttmliiiiitH be entitled to his precinct strum Iut the c mnty ron veniion and Jet lliih nile ludd good at tile State iiivi Iii If this is done and the lOt men aiesent as delegates we believe it will hliS good a plan as to go to the 11Ift of a primary We shall favor huyevor what is best anti partyOwentoti MARK TWAINS McKINLEY CATECHISM The Madison county Republican platform burlesque in last weeks CLIMAX may he epitomized so far as it relates to national questions in the fol lowing catechism Who was the author of the Declara tion of Independence Answer Thomas Jeflerson Who destroyed that declaration Win McKinley Who overcame the money power and destroyed the United States bank Andrew Jackson Who turned time United States Treas- Ury over to the national hanks and gave one of them the ue of 70000000 without interest fVhoUnited States C11Biovier6o11 LEXINGTON KY Its easy to Figure their worth I Just j AboSideboards Wi bought unusuallyh- eavy of a certain line of boards and find ourselves someYihat overstocked To 13 lues th stock ve give you coke of about JQ latLernsranging iu piice from S18 to S3 that are at least 25 per cent under the market value SeeThernI GIfrBrower6 j tAJN AlSD BRQADWAY LEXINGTOK Y S1411 l 7E iJ F Abraham Lincoln protoctLoninWm McKinl k Who promnlgatfidithe Moaree doc triner1James Monroe Who desfroyedfthe Monroe doctrine Wm McKinley Who declared that the Unite J States should have no entangling foreign al liances George Washington Who is to mixup the polities of greedidandgloryWin McKinley Who discovered the Philippine IB lands JeremiahBeveridue Who discovered Aguinaldo DeweyWho the Sultan ol Sulu Wm McKinley Who discovered McKinley Mark Manna Who discoxtTed Mark Hanna The devil What is the di Terence between King Georges war against the American colonies and Queen Victoria war against the Dutch in South Africa There Isnt any What is the difference between Queen Victorias war in South Africa anti McKinlevs war iu the Philippines No difference PERSONAL Mr R E Little isat homo from Lou isville Dr McFerran Crowe of Versailles was here last week Miss Katie Smith gave a swell chafing dish partyFriday Mrs DIL Tevis is in Lexington the guest of Mrs Tevis McKerson Miss Fannie Watts has for a charm ing guest Miss Lurline Logan of Perry Iowa Miss Bettie Withers of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs Dudley TribbleMr Lear Stout of Paris is the ptiest of his brother Mr H S Stout this week Hon W B Smith returned on Mon day from a weeks trip through the mountains I Mr J L Shackelford came up from Danville Sunday and spent the day with his family Mr R M Dudley of Mexico is with her parents Mr and Sirs T P Dudley at Waco Mr William H St ne of Frankfort was hero Sunday withJiis grandfather Maj Jno D Harris Mrs Harrv B Hanger and son Harry B Jr nttelidCt1 the Musical Festival in Cincinnati last week Mrs Uettie Landram ret urn el from a visit to Hichmond relatives this week Lancaster Record SterlingisDr and Mrs J M Poyntz Mrs Neale Bennett has returned from a visit to Cincinnati While there she attended the Musical Festival Mrs James Bennett is at home after a long stay in Lexington She left her sister Mrs Mary B Clay much better Mr Albert Parks came over from Lexington Saturday to spent several days with his parents near Richmond Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenault and Mies Resale Miller attended the funeral of Mis Anna Ward Clay at Paris Fri dayMr and Mrs C D Chenault and children hat returned from a visit to Mr Sarah Gibson Humphreys at Versailles 1iM Mary Gatewood of Mt Sterling who has been for several days with Dr and Mrs J M Puyutz left for her home Saturday Mr J Speed Smith Jr left for Washington City Monday where he will make his home He will be in the Onsus Department Mrs MaryT Parrish returned to her home last week alter a visit to her daughterMrs T W Davis of this cityCampbellsville Journal Mr J S Collins leaves this week for Missouri and when asked if he was likely to make that great State his fatuitythitherreplies I dont know yet At the Diamond Jubilee of Science Hill Shelbyville on June 5 the name of Mrs Elizabeth Arnold Hancerof the programforyoung will attend the celebration Mr Harry Moflett of Tyrone where he is with the Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse Company was here on Sun day a welcome guest for he is a well remembered and popular andstudent and graduate of Central University Mr and Mrs James S Winn oi Winchester spent Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth Miller on Fourth avenue Mrs Winn hRS entirely recovered the splendid health she enjoyed before her recent long and alarming illness Sometime ago our good friend Elder Edmund H Hurnam wrote from titer vicinityInfor only a few days I earnestly trust Kentucky embroglio may be soon brought to end in peace Major General Jbl Poyntz of Richmond spent Tuesday with Lieut Colonel G B Taylor talking over ar rangements for the Confederate reunion at I nisvllleMrs HIT ltinmer and little son ot Richmond returned home Monday after a few tlas visiting at J I TurnersJessatulne Journal A letter from Casey Owsley tho gratifying news that ho is rapidly itgaining his health and in on time high road to recovery liLt potoffiee is at Ill Midland Texas but he is now ou a pointinays ho feels better than he has for several years Lancaster Record Tact sincerity and amiability are a golden combination in the character of any girl the first enabling her to avoid proveirritatitigthera the wronl way the seenI showing lierflawletg as a crystal in her truth of word and thonght and the third making her to overflow with lov big kindness JauraDellnettsteamshipWerraNorth the 19th Jor European tour They will go via Gibraltar to Naples and aftei a mouth in go through Switz erland to France and from there toEng lorhomeTIe news of the death of Mica Ama Ward Clay at Paris was a severe shock to the many friends of that lady of whom it isjiot too much to say that a lovelier girl never lived in Bourbim county She was a classmate and close friend of Miss Bessie Miller of this city and frequently visited Richmond where her brothers Messrs Miller and Quincy Wardwere educated aiid hav many devoted friends Ewewhere tctddeathThe Frandennial Club was enter evellioLfromhad been prepared by tile hostess whU llItLlaysuate disciple of Epicurus to the skill of the kitchen queen was added art oLdie connoisseur resulting in a spread that godsOnlythree guests added zest to the enjoy ment ot the bright sallies ot wit and brilliant Mushes of honor These were Rev Mr Whittle of Franklin Rev Mr Smith of this city and John li Clienaiilt now of Frankfort The dtflciiwlofl of Climtlun Science was deferred nntll the netlaneting Mtd tire Jew remaining rnlulutrebeforntheeckcrew qrthe mii night hour weM 6i fHj contemplation o tlm eoafveMrs 9Cfc MbiDfit1I ex tra 23 cent Super efcar witk ttm regular lOcenti FMa4 tHiL Otab fM sy4sjew II1iIi t T 4 S iJl II HODDSPbit Et3 RELJCHOUS Rev tt Kyle will preach at Millers school house on the Fourth Sunday in this month at 11 oclock a m The protracted meeting at the Baptist church continues with unabated zeal on the part of Rev Mr Whittle of- F nkfort who is In charge Services daily at 10 n m and 7 p m All are cordially invited to attend The Rev C M Sheldon of Topeka Kansas received from the profits of the Christian Daily Capital lie lies Oven 1000 to the India famine suffer erg The balance was distributed as follows City Detention Hospital 000 for the contagious disease ward Christs Hospital SlttX Washington College Topeka Y M C A s0 for a public drinking fountain 300 Kindergarten Association 10- 0YWCAl50V C T US100 Ingleslda Home 100 State Temper alice Union 100 AntiCigarette League f50 BIRTHS PAKK To life wife of W II Park 10th a son W H Jr May he live long and prosper DEATHS MOBEKLEY Harry the seven monthsold son of Mr and Mrs R K Moberlev dildat their home near Moberley Station Thursday May 3 with brain fever CokSON Dr HGColson died at his home in Sonora Texas Monday May 7 of consumption He was a sonin law of Jag H Bogga of this county and a nephew of lIon n G Colson of Middlesboro A wife and four children survive the deceased The remains were taken to Middleboro for burial Jessamine Journal RICE Taylor Rice a wellknow farmerdied on Sunday at the residence of his brother Fonnt Hire after a short illness Burial yesterday Deceased was about 5J years of age and was the father of seven children Z T Rice of this city Alex Rice of Paris Kyj Rayburn Rice of Mexico Dr Lucian Rice of New York Guy Rice of Paint Lick and Leslie Rice now attending school at Winchester and Miss Sallie Rice also of Winchester to whom he leaves a considerable estate CI AY Anna Ward Clay wife of E Field Clay died at Paris Kyon Wed nesday last ago 28 years She is sur vived by her husband and a babe only three days old She was the onlv daughter ol the late Judge J Q Ward Her motherinlaw Mrs E F Clay Sr wife of the noted owner of ICunnvnieile Stork Farm is dangerously ill De ceased was the only daughter of the late Judge J Quincy Ward father of Messrs Miller and Quincy Ward wide Iy known and highly respected in Madison county To the stri ken loved ones the sympathy of a large circle of sorrowing friends in this county is ex tended Obituary Moberley A death which caused un usualsorrow at Moberley was tnat of Harry Kay the sevenmonth old son of Rufus K and Resale Moberley which occnred on Thursday May 3rd 1000 Interment Friday in the family burying ground after services at time house May the God of mercy reconcile father and mother to his work ami may they look to that happy meeting of their dear little hoy on the other shore where sorrow never comes and happi ness reigns forever more This little bud so young and fair Snatched hence by ear doom Just came to show how sweet a flower ID Paradise could bloom yoalovedhlmDut And they have sweetly called him To yonder shining shore openedAaDspokeDlie With love and sympathy MNB TheWaylfTook1 It was not without some trepidation tbat the editor ventured in these columns last week his burlesque on time recent Republican County Convention because ate not given to reading longwinded twocolumn articles es pecially of home authorship But we surprisedbytnents of the article and herewith tEn- der our thanks for praise uttered with out stint and most extravagant in some instances One enthusiast remarked with a cordikl handshake It is the best thing that ever appeared in a Kentucky paper Cum barreloaulis Several newspapers copied extracts from time approving comments but of them all this from the Plumed Knight of the Press Mr W P Walton Editor of the Stanford Interior Journal is most appreciated we are frank to admit The best thins we have read in many a day is C E Woods write up of the Madison Republican county conven tion and published in Wednesdays ICiiiMAX never wrote lengthitproduce it The resolution condemn ing assassination and the assassin be cause of his bad marksmanship in not killing his victim jnstaiitlv and time resolution endorsing Taylor Yontsey etc are capital takeaoir while time one denouncing Attorney Campbell must be given in full to be appreciated We repudiate the statement that the prose CamplellRepublican By his ceaseless search for the slayer of Goehcl and the suc cess that lies crowned his efforts he has forfeited all claims upon our fellowship and Instead of confining himself to the apprehension of the assassin he lias prostituted his brilliant talents In the exposure of the whole dark plotomd thereby has well nigh damned our party beyond the hope of salvation in this life or of resurrection in the life to come Henceforth the name Torn Campbell shall bear to Republicans the same significance as the names of Benedict Arnold and John Young Brown PEYTONTO lJN Jno W Parriuh who lies been very sick recently Is about well again plllntingtenants are ready to set plants mill are only waiting for a g od rain Jus AlamH Jr Alex arid David Inrrioh went to Malory last dehAhtfulllimeWe have a candidate to call on us occasionally and say shake and we tJiake give them all a good word and tell them to come buck again right soon The heavy frost of last week did considerable damage to the gardens here and they do say that Esq James partslostWe extend B hearty welcome to Mrs HCCampbell also her son in law Jas Deatherajee and his amiable wife who have lately moved back to their old home near here Mr R L Potts who with WHoy E Harris Manager opened up tot spring a general stock of merchandise also a coal yard succeeded in securing an L fc N station and o8I J at this point which isgreatlyappreclatwl Hilly Martin who is Jiving with Jim Bratton comes to sfee us nearly every day for a short while to get the mati JHHJ swap iiew0f fend we Always jld to lee Buttn lie hiep Well MJMId Ok tlfe Mfrftt oCl tt Md t 1IfMW te- iiIf iiSf i j LET ALL THE PEOPLE KNOW Plea For Th Infirmary ToDay Rich Next Year You May be Sick And In Want TIme Ferris Wheel of Life develops many nps and downs The dweller in a palace today a decado hence may seek the paupers home To anyone of us some day the gates of povertys last refuse may open swing Shall we not then seek to erase the legend grim Let him who enters here leave hope behindThe magnificent Government build ing is an ornament to our city we point to its architecture and appoint ments with pride yet Recording to the lesson given us in the story of the Good Samaritan time place Where trained watchers count the heartbeats of the weak bathe the fevered brows of the suffering and hold to the lips of the least of these a cup of cold water is an ornament beyond the beauty of architecture 1 refer to thePat tie A Clay Infirmary The Bible tells of a man who was on his way from Jerusalem to Jericho when thieves came upon him robbed him beat him and left him by the wayside to die A priest who went that way saw the manbut passed by on the other side A Lcvite did the same But a Good Samaritan who was passing that strangerhadown beast carried him to the inn had him cared for and paid the bill The story closes with the admonition IGo thou and do likewise What the Good Samaritan did for that one man the Pattio A Clay Infirmary has done for hundreds I am safe in saying the inn to which the man was taken never hind a spring mattress or trained nurse and the doctors of Jerusalem and Jericho never equaled in skill the doctors of Richmond If time dee of placeinfirmary given to Good Samaritan work worthy a in our hearts and worthy the help it sorely needs Is tide givingtoo much importance to hospital work If we to the Bible with all its pages and chapters we find one jiage given to the creation of the material universe with all its suns and systems while page upon pageand chapter after chapter are given to the healing of the lame halt and blind We live in as lovely a land as the countyhasriors statesmen that have helped to make famous other States besides the Blue Grass garden of the Southland Yet as the Bible merely mentions the ma terial world while it crowns as greatest ot all glories the work of Christian physicalbackground us to say of the Houses of Mercy Homes of the Friendless Orphans and Widows Homes Hospitals and Infirm aries these are the sublime way inafks of Gods purpose among men These charitable institutions with others numbering hundreds of thou sands in our land are moral and merci ful lightning rods which tend to avert ruin this Republic the wrath of God These hospitals and homes make up an independent reciprocal together woven Uodallied and Godpaving influence ancient empires never dreampt If Hear me men of every party women of every creed and all lovers of liberty If this Republic is to stand in steady splendor at time helghth of human civili zation it will not be because of its money standard nor its tariff or expansion policybut because of the heart beat of human brotherhood sending the blood of a common father bounding concentrateditogetherRomethat was such a guarantee of national hospita111estledin the brightfeet of charity carry healing and help to the least of these lhmc Christian world is asking What would Jesus do We know what hE did We know lie passed by the palace that in a manger he might be in touch with the lowest and poorest and time Infirmary could have no holier claim upon us than that nearly four hundred charity patients passed through its portals We know the life He lived If He were in Richmond He would nol inquire about the condition of on farms or the speed of our horses hut He would ask after the IURplta1servicE- o the city nail the homes ot charity Some one may say We have agoocl poor house why start another one Ho the city once had a good pnbli ecliool why build another Net York City once had five hospitalswhi build five times as many more Great er population requires greater facilities The poor house is for incurables as poorTimenot conflict with army institution If you will take time to visit the In firmary and look into its great work you will not ask Why To presi that question is to parade your ignorance or indifference to one of the di vine laws the blessed Golden Rule It is for a higher nobler conception of our responsibilities and opportunity that I plead There are in Madison county many charitable and generous hearted peoplepeople who are ever ready to respond to the nail of distress imuniammhtyButtants hire in ignorance or at best arE not more than dimly conscious of tin fact that such an institution exists as the Madison county poorhouse Per lisps u score of time citizens of thE countvseat know in what portion ol ItItdlHalfvisit it It is practically inaccessible Its inmates are shut out from tho world I would speak for thos who cannot speak for themselves for those whose murmurings are lost amid the far away hills to which they have been banished for those whose com plaints can never penetrate to those who might sympathize with their un witnessed sufferings These people and others are guilty of tile great crime Iho unpardonable sin of pover ty And when our indigentsick apply to our kindhearted County Judge for sill and treattnent we submit that punlahe3This does not convey a charge against the management of our poorhouse Time purpose oijbia importunity is to point out the necessity for the humane treatment of our unfortunate wards This can be accomplished only by an enlightened public senti mont We have been from the day of its founding to this hour a friend of time InfirmarytnroUgh evil aid tlirouukcDOi report and we speak not as one with1 out authority It 3a time one orJanhedpuhH charity of our county It cannot exist without money It cannot be supported outof time nurses of its atone It is not conducted forprofit There fore our magistrates aud councilmen should count it a privilege and a to foster in our midst an institution dedicated to the alleviation of the suf f ring of mankind under the manage ment of skilled nurses It provided the beat of care and treatment of patients and thereby hastens their im provement and lessens the cost to time county caltim all hrimsne people to aid loan effort to educate the public end its servants tovan appreciation of the value of the Infirmary As our churches and schools proclaim moral and htlellectilliadvancemerit- Ieta jtwtaad libeml MQYWotJfor our poetMck am a UJRElttkalhe hnUe e4ec 1GltixcIis Frt- il IuMwS z to 1Itt- iw II t1 a i 1r J i J i i1 C Pf ji Jr t s Scrofula 2 Subjlues andheals SaltiTheum cures BOIlS removes Pimples and Eruptions gives iaic clear complexion It thoroughly purl fies vitalizes and enriches thu blood Infirmary Lexington unprmiK three Versailles is to builda 3000 Infirmary I IK mini innrli to Jin time name of humanity simply that unr 10rhebrought out Com tliuf hndows tion Into the open day for competent conscientious treatment at any Insti tution that copt the cpunty absolutely nothing but to whose support the pit tance of fGOO per minimum is all that is asked to keep it in our midst Now from a business standpoint since sentiment if Ruch it is may fall upon deaf ears It is aareed 1 The county must take care of its sick paupers 2 How can this be done at the least expenseto the taxpayers the wellfare of the patients of course considered I feel safe in nfpcrtins that tinder the old system after its trial of half a cen tury the care of the sick who were placed in charge of anybody who could be persuaded to take them cost the county more money annoyed the County Judge and resulted in miserable treatment of the unfortunate wards They were poorly cared for the only consideration being tho pay that ac crued to the unskilled attendants Often the Judge could get no one to care for the sick and timer were dumped in a jail cell and there became a bur den to tho officers a menace to the health of others and a prolonged expense to the county if death did not come to their relief Sickness was therefore prolonged and the cost in creased and the attention insullirient In this way time items of cost were a room board fuel medicine doctors calls and an attendant Sum that up and it far exceeds the expense per patient at the Infirmary Here we have a perfectly adapted home for the sick every attention clean clothing and bedding baths heat and light in winter air mid shade in summer In stead fan unsympathetic unskilled mercenary we have time edu rated trained nurse herself little less skilled than tho practicing physician all the surgical operating appliances poisonfromdiet medicine and physicians atten tiouaU those things that contribute to hasty and safe restoration to health Time is a great item of expense hence the Infirmary is a grace to the taxpayers It produces time best results in the shortest time at time lowest coat While other counties in our beloved State are settling this question by own ing Infirmaries Madison is blessed by having one that costs her nothing on earth except the SK annual appropriation for the care of her indigent eick And yet we witnessed the spectacle last Saturday of our Fiscal Court voting Ilowu tins pittance Assuredly the opponents of the measure aro not informed as to the false economy of such n step however conscientiously taken And we pray God they may show a willingness to seek for facts and know time truth as it exists laying aside per sonalities jealousies and other hind rances that the taxpayers interests end the welfare of the sick may be trulv subserved An investigation is courted and as wise fearless and unbiased guardians of the fiscal affairs of the county these gentlemen will be surprised to know how honestly mistaken they were in their position and when they become convinced they were right or were that portion of the taxpayers alleged to be opposed to the ap propriation will fiom the same sense of justice to all endonie time action ol tho Magistrates whatever it may be It is reported to the detriment of the patientsdieshows this to be a cruel canard and its circulation is due either to ignorance or malice In the last twelve months not a single county patient died It lie seven years the Infirmary has ex isted although many unfortunate iiv cnraUles were brought there as a last resoit only a small portion died npIFor Armer Young and Oay3A- gaiimstCottotmMetcalfWclls Williams Sindlin Assuming that the honorable mem bers of our Fiscal Court opposed the small appropriation simply because il is an extravagant expenditure we assert and it is easy to show that it is far cheaper more convenient and more humane to expend 00 per annum thai to return to the old system with all iu horrors and imperfections its greatei ext enBe and aggravation of time Couu ly Judge and others entrusted with the care ot the sick poor whom we havi with us always It is in the spirit of fair play that write In i spiritof respect for thos who rule and I trust these and all the people will consider this subject in s pasiC E W An Old Old Document Not long ago some frieml sent tin CLIMAX a well preserved handbill 7x1 inches bearing time following HON C F BUKNAM AND WM CHENAULT WILL ADDRESS THE VOTERS AT YATES PRECINCT AT CKTOKSVILLB ON SATURDAYj 13 Ill INHT AT 10 OCLOCK SU BJEOT UAIUUJAD COME EVEUYBODY April 11 1867 The orators of thaUoccitsion still live here but how many of their auditors havo gone to the great beyondt From Far Oft Manila The CLIMAX lias a lettnr from Errnll Good a soldier at Manila who olaiius to from Madison Says there are many Kentucky boys there and all are doing well though there is lots of sickness and more to follow as the rainy season is setting in Wo llo not know any one named Good Can it bo Gnde The CLIMAX LOBE NEWSlAPErsIManila papers est to this tIme activity of the 3rd U S IllfanlrIIof which Harry ClptaI118Itvertise whiskey beer ned wines out there Time papers are ouehalf adver tisements of the whiskey traffic und frequently fainom Kentucky brands are paraded in big type A Column article ou Wireless Telegraphy to experiments conducted tho trieclmn ical nail engineering department of the State College of Kenlttcly Notices of races time Country Club and tho admission of nn American Catho lie that Bibles were not allowed on the Islaud for general use are given two columns of space The Massn Triplets Flourishing Others Ia Ohio On Friday last we Iio4 tho pleasure eta long conversation withMrslohll trlpetsh060the pages of so many magazines and about which much beep written and eald Mr and Mrs Ma same in from their country homb to ppriiiit thfirhoys to view the dress MianUliji of time Uni versity battalion and imeimrthmo martial ieo tims military handY Time 4hree boys sow almost ten 8l1 ofcgowero aothlBg than beaqllftfi of fttc and RgMe attired exactly to foot wearing saiLs bqi1fhtbfflwa wKle hrq4vn caM 8l1 1 = illI XidNlr j lmy carved fpaturesUewlt Ing fyes indllialFfofbrilliauticrcssy pluslere aboattbolif shoulders The moment one looks at either of these triplets be is itiatantl Attracted his racefu- i0gurciand aristocratic laceBnt to look upon allthree and realize how im possible to distinguish Alexander from Kankin anti Robert the beholder is amazed yet delighted beyond measure When the trlplptswcre born in 1890 their weight was lit ponuds They now weigh probably 60 pounds each and are in perfect health They enjoy outdoor life and sport like her children and are in all respects 1 ral boys except they evince a cuIUvln that comes from the studious attr Inof a justly proud mother who s eyeThatis not to be woudered at for no parent could look upon these manly and at tractive children without sharing in the undisguised happiness otthe fond mother Indeed we once heard Mr J V Herndou exclaim I would give f 10000 each if those boys were amino anti he meant even word of it Mrs Mason sayS that this children were born on November 6 1890 which was as clear and bright as a June day and furthermore every recurring anni versary of their birth though it falls in chill November has been a dupli calc of the bright beautiful day on which thev were born ten years ago When quite young the boys were delicate and they were reared upon Melj lins Food to which their parents at tribute their present health Every year thelirurrletnr of Mellins Food a letter and sends them three magazines for children Not long ago Mrs Mason received from Marlboro Ohio a picture of girl triplets of a Mrs Britton who describ ed her three daughters who will be 8 years of age In December They to gether weighed at birth 15 pounds extremelyhealthycy for the mothers of these two sets ol triplets to continue their acquaintance andwho knows some day the writer plensantdutydid their birth uniting as il will three handsome Kentuckians with three beautiful Ohio maidens Certainly we could wish them no happier fortune and if time sextette will take our advice thry will from this day look forward to tho time in the not distant future when Alexai der Robert and Itankin anti Mary Mattie and Margaret will start to housekeeping on the classic banks of Silver Creek closeby theOld Kentucky HomeMr and Mrs Mason are the parents of five older children none of whom is the least jealous of the attention given to tho trio uf brothers who are the cen ter of attraction wherever they go The mother of these boys was a Miss Cora neliton daughter of the late Alexander Cornelison and sue is a direct descend ant of Oliver Cromwell a fact that can not be denied especially after meeting the handsome and charming matron She is not over 38 years of ago and is the picture of radiant health and her Greatest happiness is when surrounded by her interesting family the fame ot which has traveled the norld around W lmBRrijL A VE r II Affidavits to the Truth of This Story To the Editor CLIMAX At the icquest of J It Worrel who is now engaged in surveying tho prop erty of the Big Hill Msning timid Invest ment Co this communication is sent in Mr Worrell says that he stated on the streets of Hichmond last Sunday that ho had been in an ice cave on the dav before willi his surveying party and that therefore at least two wagonloads of Ftirmaking this speech he was severely criticised and guyed and by some parties ac insulted For the purpose of reestablishing him self with the good citizens of Hichmond and at his request the following affida vits were scc STATE or KKXTCCKY lsctCOUNTY or ROCKCASTLE The afiiant Monroe Singleton states that lie is a resident citizen of Rock castle county and resides at 1rnsh Creek I was with the surveying party on May 12 that wont into the ice cave near Brush Creek There is great abun dance of ice in this cave nud it can be found in same nearly every month in the year I have gotten out of timid itve in the month of July as much ice as I ennui carry ou a horse I think a twohorse wagon could easily be loaded with ice in Bight and how much more lays outof sl5bt I mean how far it ex tends down in the cave I am unable to say MONROE SINGLETON Subscribed and sworn to by Monroe Singleton before me May 14 1000 G T JOI1 SOY D C R C C STATE OF ICrnTucaYtCOUNTY The affiant Simeon N Davis says he is a resident of Mr Vernon Rockcas tie county Ky Is a civil engineer by profession and was doing surveying for the Big Hill Mining and Investment Company May 12 last when it was nn nounced that they were near the let Cave I together with time party undei my charge went to time cave amid I found ice in great abundance at least a twohorse wagon load in sight TJt coldest water I ever drank runs from this cave The cave is about two miles from Hrush Creek station and Jrom tht quantity of ice now in sight it will hi there for inspection fora considerable time yet SIMEON N DAVIS Subscribed and sworn to bv Simcor N Davis before me May 14 J9007 G T JoiiNsoxpD C HC C While it may be rather hart u believe no ono here doubts that there is ice in the cave to which the abort named gentlemen made affidavits I am a merchant at Orlando Ky and Deputy County Clerk and state with out any qualification that both Messrs Singleton and Davis are gentlemen ol high standing and worthy uf belief G T JOHNSON Judge John O Chenault proprietoi of the CLIMAX was present when tin above affidavits were signed PAINT LICK Miss llice of Madison is visiting her brother Mr Guy Rico 11 rsC II Enpleman and children are visiting in Stanford Mrs JJobeit Sallio is visiting her mother Mrs E II Ballard C F Hiscins came down from Rich mond for a few days lastrweck parotitsDrvisit Mlsa Rose Yeisor after a visit to time Misses Imucis has returned to her home in Danville Time Young Peoples Christian Union of New Hope Christian clmrch con template giving a stuwberry supper early in Jnm Misses Marksbnry Harris and Kin naird three charming young indies from Lancaster wcre guests of Mrs II- L Jennings this week Communion services were held at Old Paint LfckSiilibatli Pastor A W MrZernowMr Jima Barrows after a protrartad stay in Uceyille Teas 1mm retunie1 to his old Kentucky home M r Bar lonrcolnIlHltJItyagain EoWs This Wooffor Quo Hundred Dollars re- wardor anyase of Catarrh that cHi not be J Catarrim Cure F J CHEN EY k CO Telcilo o knownFbelieve him perfectly Iionoralile in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any matte by timeirlirm iss11olvin Wholesale DrugsiHts Toledo O Halls CatUrrU Cure is tlfokellfl1te- ollIY actinpi tJireethy the Mood ttrestjn4Testimonials Sold byallm1ruwiietx 7 Celltl K YaIUYi1ISaHbt lI 1 t NOW IS THE TIME TO Bud Neat Nobby Nice Dress Goods AST INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CON TINGE YOU THAT WE HAVE THEM AND THAT OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT gE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SILK GINGHAMS AT WC- r A few patterns of Japanese Wash Silks at 19e their real value is 50c Dont forget our Percales and Ginghams we have them in the proper styles and shadesat PRICES to suit you Linen Skirts at 39c Scotch Lawns at5c Our Lassa Quilts at 59e 75c and on up to 135 will speak for them selves when you see them Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts DOe Ladies Silkatiue 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 Dadies Lace Stripped Hose 2oc Childrens Hose in fast colors at lOc Ladies Jet Belts at the very low price of 25c Dont overlook our line of Covert and White P K Skirts We feel sure that our stock will please you and you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread still goes at 4c OUR BARGAIN SHOE SALE IS STILL GOING ON Come early or you will bo too late to secure u bargain for the stock will soon be gone at the prices we have marked them OWEN Mc+ KEE MILLION Mrs Patsy Ann Xewbyis bettor Little Hattie Lowery is on time sick list Mr Reuben Lowery is on the sick list A little rain in this section would do no harm The new saw mill at this place is very busy The many friends of Mrs Matlie Bryan will regret hearing the news of her being dangerously ill again Misses Maude Lowery and Mary M Tudor returned home Monday alter a pleasant visit to friends and relatives at Foxtown Can you forgive her Not if she is ugly A FAIR OFFER I will fill tiny order for you at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys cata legume that you may huve thereby saw lug you of ordering RespectfullyjanJMyr ARMEU What Is Useless has been discarded from prac tice Modern Dentistry does not require that the pa tient shall suffer pain or spend hours in the chair Little time is necessary and the operations are carefully done Ask Our Patrons All work done with utmost care DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Govermpemmtlihilgirm flee open nil night T WARRANTED THE BESTIst Wo have no hesitation id sy tug that IB no other store this town caa you get handsomer better or more stylleh wall paper then ours- Taking the lino as a whole we belief a it is much bette than any other line for the litaion that Plttsbarg wall padec ie pqutardteInssty llshamd beautiful g4t1agthecertainty oj getting the beCiat a cousWerably lower price kaa similar grades are sold fjir at other Btorej Go H Wiligp Jctunaetcasoci5rwMILL I SILVER CREE1 Sam Bijiserslaff spent Sunday in CincinnatiMiss Taylor of Richmond is visiting Miss Bessie Hockaday Will Field and family of Chicago have moved to time Field farm near hereW K Nelson of Frankfort spent last week with Frank Seifrid and family Jerry Powers amid family of Rich nioml spent Sunday with Miss Ella Powers and brothers Tevis Rayhum and family of Waco spent taturday anti Sunday with H B Scrivener and family Dr J V Logan of Richmond spent daughterMr and Mrs lou Dncrson spent a few days last week at Lancaster with Clay Arnold and family beautifullittlerenceburj are visiting Joe Jones and family CarmelTenimB Jones home soon as sue is able to sickforing slowly In a l c Lorenlotleopatraw Baron Manchansrn i lir Ramean Ohnet tk c Grecian and Roman History Ramble P Told Tales Hawthorne or the of Siberia RexdeHandy1 A Study in TheSketebBookIrvingt D1ckenSitCooks VoyageL WilburBeyond EricksonEnglish 9 w London by Day and Night Henry Ward Beccher FOR SALE One registered null and twenty highgradi Cows and Calves privately II not sold hy September 1st 1900 will tell publicly also rent my farm and other personal property Some of these Cows are extra good milker W T BARNES mayiMm Richmond Ky ULZORZNTGIWILLON hrthy 4 1QO at 3 oclock p m rent at pub lic auction 212 miles south of Richmond on the Big Hilt pike to highest bidder J 60 acres of fine Timothy and Clover Land Well watered for fall grazing Mrs Jane ELDERS BARGAIN LIST Of Books and Stationery iC Arlington Edition Cloth Bound Gilt Trimmed we have the following at J5c 2 Volume BilbyDrFaulknerAdventures WinterBoyIlawthroncWitch59Twice Exiles onfactXilpatriek Moore Scarlet 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PAIER J Which we have recently add to our stock We have connect eH with us Ml W L rEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is S well established and in every instance guaran tee work done by him We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasing else where as we will take pleasure In showing you our goods whether you buy or not Kespt PERRY THOMAS 0 213 MAIn Street Richmond jy PHONE NO 75 Janl7ly un E3 OF YOUR LIFE Is spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that willbe a comfort Some people go about complaining about their shoes their feet This can all be avoided if you buy youTshoes from us Our NEW SPRING and STxMMER Stack of SHOEShave arrived andwe 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 HERE Remember we an- 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 StylesNew GoodsSAME LOW PRICES OUR MENS SHOES Are just a little ahead of style We never in all our past years of experience the shoe business offered a finer line HeavyShoesFREEMAN BRGSOPSSRICHMOND KY FENCE Something New In Farm Fence I I p Agents for the Blue Grass Wire Fence Co of Lexington Ky This is a wire fence of ten strands No9 coil wire and five oak slats to the rod Tnis is the original patent COIL countybeforeAgents for Bu keye Binders and Mowers also Coal liny Feed Lime Salt Cement et- cLETCHER 8L WITT TELEPHONE 142 v KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS 5 JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove ItOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES j ii iii J Jl e 1 CULtIVATEf theIIJH 1IJ fMM that below a certain price it is iimpossible to li manufacture good farm implements or machin R ThenJjg j m Lare conitintlv necessary and the old machine gIves out before It has made a return of fifty III guaranteiI 61 repairs While we refus6 to handle lLEI a low quality goods our prceswillbear comparison with any house renutedtdbe verycheap TAYLORBR DS1 WATCHMAN THAT BF THE NIGHT National Watchman Theplot thickens and the enemies of the people are inoreflesperate than ever before We warn our readers that nothing less than the best efforts that are hi them are sufficient to defeat the tactics of the nuscrupuioas enemy who has resorted to lying and deceit null who is well supplied with money to de bauch if possible the Democratic CityA8it will be iinjKissible for the Hanualle with all the money at their coramauii to thfet the will of the people in the nextelection if that will is honestly registered 1V a platform at Kansas City and the peoples cliawfiioiir Will iam Jennings Bryan is affain made the standard bearer of the party the de termination olVthe money power and trust to resort to criminal moabs tode banch the convention and defeat the will of the people growst tronj The are Tc parale Them is nncriue tile OlnplUlStJlsucceed and will ingloriously fail if the plain people dn their duty at the primaries in the States in which con ventions are soon to be held maybeness engagements or other duties on time days of the primaries and conven tions dont fall to attend thein in per neighborsdofor granted that everything will be well without your presence at tho pri yourhighestto attend tim primaries and conventions in person and there to see to jt that your will is made etibetive to pre vent the success of the conspirators who are seeking to destroy liberty and opportunity in this republic and over throw the government of the fathers Dont lie deceived by the professions of loyultv to the Chicago platform and our noble candidate by men who have- been in the service of Mammon in the past It is true there are millions of lionesttinen who were deceived by the party leaders and led astray four years ago but it is also true that there are amongst us everywhere many pretend ers who are at heart criminals in the service of the money power and who if they can secure an opportunity to represent the people in the National Convention will there betray them as Judas betrayed his Master When Washington was about tc cross the Delaware amid the floating ice realizing tho danger and hazard attending the experiment and the tremend ills responsibilities of the hour he gave orders to his subordinates to put none tonightWashington should appeal to us with special force at this time and cause us to resolve to nend none td conventions this year ex cept the tried and the true If von do the moral effect of it among your neighbors who as yet do not see the light as you see it will begreat When your Republican neighbors find that the Democrats in every locality are so jealous of their rights that they will take no chances whatever of being betrayed they will respect the party and respect the cause that thus protects and defends itself tliedujlestforstronger than his party or any party theyhavegreat leader and defender and that mil lions of men will vote for him who would not vote for any other candidate The enemies of popular government who deserted tho Democratic party in 1S9G and assisted in the election of McKinley who still choose tocall them greatholdAmerican hearts ana profess to hove abandoned all opposition to him Many of these are now protesting that he is tlm greatest of all Americans and would have their neighbors be lieve that they have lately learned to love antI admire him By such menus as this many of them hope to win their way into the affections of the people in order that they may bo sent to time National Convention to betray him and rnoueykingsit will be sniricient that men who are known to be stalwart supporters of the principles that Mr Bryan stands for be theyhavesuccess of the ticket If timey arc will ing to do this allIS well but do not be beguiled by promises or professions made by this class into sending any of cQnventionsRemember that with a platform sound to the core in the interest of the people with Mr Brvanand a suitable runninc mate as standard bearers the peoples cause becomes invincible against all time money and force that the enemy can muster and realizing this the money kings trusts and im would consider it a bargain if they could purchase treachery in the Democratic ranks and defeat the peo nle in their own convention ever though it cost them many millions of dollars This makes the situation im mediately before us serious indeed and should appeal to every mane to bestir himself as never before to make assur ance doubly sure that the conventions be honestly made up of men who are like Caesars wife not only pure but above suspicion INDICTED FOR ASSASSINATION LexIngton Herald The grand jury of Middlesborongh has indicted Mrs Amanda Howard Parker John Baines John Davis and Jennie charging them with the assassination of Mrs Parkers first ItOItlIOn and daughter to kill their father These fncts were brought out the confession of the son on his death bed Haines one of the alleged accessories is in custody High winds anti heavy rains have done much damage to property in Kan sas Texas In tbe former Stat fourteen cyclones were reported on Sunday but the loss of life was small only two fatalities so far as known In greatdestructionvillages At San Antonio tho damage will reach 100000 inscrfgiJhopeheThere are certain forms of disease to which medical ignorance and popular su Hopelessers from such dueaes bf robbing them of isparticularlytrueas fastens on the lungs the victim its down makes his will and awaits his isate He wouldnt act erebiltentula or a rattle figtthenBut he isunder the influence of the ig norant and super stitious that write Despair of hope over the door of brneglector fnl treatment tnay end in con anew inscription for that doorway of disease byrobbing out the two words mnd leavins it Hope all yc tlIerebehope breathin1andyes Ninetyeight oUt of hundred cases in which Dr Piertes Golden Medical permaitttebronchitiswhichiftion It couraims so alcohol whisky or other stimulant Yourmedldne thebtttITure eyertakeni1 KnIkaskabCdaUtbelimeoywanted we to Ret a oetsb t I told him fri WethbottrtCOUCbJlUettmthiW bt PerceaPtPSts are 1Ieetter tIV e t c are assailed at everY turn by troubles peculiar WOMEN sex Every mysterious ache or pain is a These distressing sensations will ieep pa coming unless properly treated X The history of neglect is written in the worn fabis and Wasted figures of nine tenths of our women every one of whom may receive the invaluable ad vice of Mrs Pinkham without charge by writing to her at Lynn Mass Miss LULA EVANS of Parkersburg Iowa writes of DEAR MRS TINKHAJI I PINKHAMSAIDheadacbe I for nedVly three years leucorrhcea heart trouble i like a new woman All those dreadful troubles no LydiaEcure for am very thankful for your gOQd medicine AT HYMENS ALTAR With most love affairs a romantic e mingledHorace and Miry Young Cheney were married time first day lhey- met They had corresponded for sometime a limtual friend who was eomo thing of a matchmaker having brought this about says the New York Telegraph She was as young and beautiful as all his fancy painted her but she wasP much disappointed in his appearance no much that when he appeared be fore her having proposed and been ac cepted by lotter and the marriage day fixed size frankly told him that al though she married him elie vns not in love with him Their life was long and happy and the loss of his wife was a he did not long sur vive When Bfcmarck met Franlem timebea number ot guests The immediate effect of this embarrassing and shock ing behavioi was the prompt announce ufollowedPutlkaminer was a bridesmaid for a friend the first time Bismarck saw her These two young people as Rosalind says no sooner met than they looked no sooner looked than they loved Jefferson Davis first marriage was of aromantic character Falling deapet in love with SallieTaylordauglm ter of Col Zachary Taylor who did not approve of the attachment the young couple took matters in their own hands andeloped Sixteen years passed be fore Old Zach would speak to his soninlaw and then it was because be mind his regiuient had covered them selves with glory at the battle of Buena Vista exploreritMrs Tennant persistently refused to aDoliy ItokStanleyyou at the same time become my mother father brother and 3soof wooing and Mrs Tennant as Is indissolublyhersaid to be a model husband and a tractsable and obedient son Being told bya friend that Missse- yes possessed the prupertyOf double refraction Sir George Airy tbe noted astronomer exclaimed Dear me thatis Oild I should like to see that Do you think I might ven ture to call pointhetookcourse of conversation he asked per mission to examine the ladys eyes to which she consented The callwas repeated in tho interest of science The problem grew so enthral makeItup enough courage to propose He wooinlahihappy life REDUCED RATES VIA L 2 25 to Lonisville and retnrn May 28 ami 9 and both good returning until June 10 on account Confederate Veterans Reunion Tickets can be extend ed by despositing with joint agent on or before June 2nd SALT AS A LI RESTORER ALLEGED RESULT OF EXPERIMENT WITH AN APPARENTLY DROWNED FLY JNew Orleans TimesDemocrat A couple of late workers had jusi dis patched a sma1 hour supper in a restau rant whem a predatory fly which had tablebrouJht unllIUtimflyspinoftake him out and Jet hun go Imonly going to kill him temporarily replied the lirst speaker picking up totorceand hold him there dlspite his frantic squirming Presently the struggles ol the Insect became feebler and at last the delecate legs ceased to flutter and were drawn convulsively against the body To all appearances the fly wa stone dead Time experimenter lifted him out of the bowl aud him carefully upon the tablecloth He turned him over and over with tho sliver of wood but there were no signs of UfeloNow comes tbe reauscitatonile said and poured a heaping of salt fromtilJththe continued possibly ten minutes but I feel certain enough of time result to wager the price of our supper that- thefty comes to life you said the 01herthltt fly is an dead as tbeirwJlatcheland saltheapbriskysbcolhisooLcant explain it said the man who tarfed the exj erimmleuttbtu Ive nova know ilia tiling to faiL It vVoulcl linve bmergedthaBytam around just the same when buried in thejU of ciV Ii Nitl Ihmy rWLttsand rngUestJhtUaiiin lh Mvery was mad it Dr Kinds New LiPlte vfiyery pill la a sngarjcpated globpl of health fat chRBgea i eak saiutatrqmmth J ftp elh iNi IC iiro mti pwei l j b1Itiu tb bi4fr j5e iI box M by r J ii I f i r WOMEN WHO NEED MRS at timesco ld hardly stand on my feet My heart trouble was so bad that some nights I was compelled to sit = upinbedorgetup arid walk the floor for it Seemed as though 1 should smother More than once I have i been objiged to have the doctor visit me in the middle of the night I was also very nervous and fretful I was ut i terly discouraged One day I thought I write and see0 jff if you could do any thing for me I followed your advice and now I feel It I have leucorrhcea I advice and married mitch sister married N despostted teaspoonful A r ll would Sixty millions o people in India are starving to death notwithstanding time fftcttliat there is no scarcity of wheat corn beef and pork iiv the world and the facilities for transportation are ample Silver has been the money of India from time immemorial and it has been the custom of the jcople to put their hoardings into trinkets which would be taken to the mints and re converted into coin when tho occasion required it The demonetization of silver by a foreign ruler to appease the greed of the British officeholders and s o ofthe millions who are dying in India is jnpon the heads of the bondocrnts ol Europe and America who sought to plunder the world by making money refSpIeto buy bread and thus intensified to that extent the horrors of the famine National Watchman J C Kennedy RoanokeTonn says I cannot say too much for De iVitts Witch Hazel Salve One box ol it cured w 1lcerkin diseases Look out for worthless imitations Perry ThomasV- ERYIJNFOTUNATE FOR HIMt A stump orator out West wishing to describe his opponent soulless man did it in this wise I have heard s 3aidopinion that just at the precise instant after one human being dies another is born i and that the soul of the deceased enters and animates the newborn babo Now I have made particular and extensive inquiries concerning my opponent there and I find that for sOtae hours previous to his nativity nobody died I had stomach trouble twenty yearo nd gave up hope of being cured egan to use Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure t juts lone me so much good I call it he salve of my life writes W It Vil inson Albany Tonn It digests what ciu cat Perry Thomasm Carl Fchurz at Milwaukee on the 0th ultimo expressed an opinion of upolbservationo r met Mr Bryan personally Mr Schurz ays that Mr Brvau above all thiugsia that the freedom with which he discusses public questions as they arise with an utter absence of fear lest he commit some political bender leaves no room to doubt the entire sincerity ad h uesty of the man Mr Schurz has given expression to the feelings and belief of ninety per cent of the American people Mr Bryan great hold upon their affections National Watchman Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liverand kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the bloqd backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like tLat Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just tho thing for a man when he is all rnn down and dont care whether he lives or dies If dpl more to give me new strength mid good ap petite than anything I could lake I can now tat anything and have a new lease on ieOIliit9 bnts at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guarnnl 3toHEOAhDiNd tho financial question as practically settled by time last Presi dential election and recent legislation by Congress the god Democrats are swinging back into the old party lines Hill Croker Gorman Wilson Whim and other leaders and followers of time 1806 revolt will be found in the fore front of the fight for the nomfpees of bnttlhlJt19rhe stands It is the Republicans who will have to wrestle in ternal troubles this time Louisville Times W S Musser MUlheim Pa saved the life of hU little Izirl by giving her- On Minute Cough Cure when she was dying from croup Itis the onlv harmless remedy gives Immediate re units It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis crippe i tthmuma andallthroat and lung troubles Perry Thomas The Republican ladies of Kentucky have a lengthy to the Supreme Court urging a decision in favor of wcGov Taylor JiedQcnment was Vnantiinllv written on scented is ier of tlm latest and most stylish line and tied with pink amid blue ribbons Thq great jurists will no doubt turn gaifeaturesrequest from the deir woinea Blua Grass Clipper The easiest and moSt effectimethod of purifying the blood and Invigorating iakqDeWhttsLitUeEarly cleansing the liver ariil bowels Perry and Thomas One ago E I Bigeers late melllberof Snow Co dissolved his partnership relationatfyitli C A Snow and started In brsiniJsB for himself at 111Rrtet N W asliingtpn D C The May issue ort bjj InveltiOAJ1 th1l12Sthcdelnil nRIqI1pUhllIgpIe copy 10 cents Lillian Hell the noted novelist who made her fatiKvbn hllie love letters of An Old Maiil wa l larried WednN day to Arthur Hoy tBJgueat her iionie in Cblcago There vre 2000 iavita ltdlngrlotShekpossessing mucla arllJe tsM- ereMagraduaJ oreiaae- tislIMMI ItMIInlft Mtod a p4ihief ftaJJ 3 0 t A FORTUNE IN EGGS A Tribune correspondent says S J much has been written lately xecom preservlingI have preserving eegifor time last thirteen years complete success by this system In 188S we packed what ejrtra we produced ourselves between May 1st and August 7th amounting 417 dozen It COaL me half a cent a dozen to preserve them I could have sold them just as we gathered them for about lOon dozen I kept them till De Philadelphiai TIlilkiDgiecgs or I concluded the next year to buy some eggs I bor dozenIdozen at 8 cents n dozen The material to preserve them cost 15 I sold in November and after paying back the 315 I borrowed had S5U4 left for less exIother for next years egg rate In 18901 waited till eggs got down to S cent a dozen and invested my 4500 in buying 6400 dozen I held them until the holidays and after paying for shipping and eellintr they averaged me 2iceutS a dozen or 1888 Iiri891 I fixed up a packing room at a cost of U50 I borrowed 3 000 and invested 1500 in eggs that cost me 8 cents a dozen making 60000 dozen eggp In December I wtnt to Kew York and helped market a large portion of the eggs myself and got n trifle over 30 cents a dozen or about 15 1 in all In 1893 I moved East located ussr New York and increased my business In the summer of 1895 I preserved 52 000 dozen which cost me about 10 cents a dozen i part of them were sold in De camber before eggs took their rise but the bulk of them was held until Feb ruary and sold fothat tho whole lot averaged over 38 cents a dozen Few people realize the magilude of the egg trade in the United Slates I know of no business that has as certain profit that preserving eegs has I never knew anyone that had good method of pre serving but what made money at the business Over half the eggs sold in the cities in the winter as fresh eggs are only vrerredeggs which the customer supposes are fresh Henco ChgSIiianll preserve them This camrespond ent8 experience is nothing more baum can be done by any person of energy The troublo with peopieis they wont try They lack of enterprise they lack nerve and for that reason alone they renifiln poor I wish we had the power to compel our readers to follow our advice fur title year but we have t i all we can do is to advise activity FANCY FOWLS THE SOUTHS LEADINGPOULTRY PAPER It is not generally known to those outside of the circle of fanciers but it is nevertheless true that the leading theOiopublished at Hopkmsville Ky Start ing three Tears ago as a small monthly developellinto36 to 40 pages with an advertising patronage of 20 pages and a circulation covering the entire South It is the most phenomenally successful paper of ime kind over started in time South It byChMville Kcntuikian Every poultry breeder should have it The subscription is only 25 cents a year A free sample copy will be sent on application maylC2w Asked if ho was preparing to announce his from time Ke publican Oovernbr Pingree of Michigan replied i An explosion in the coal mines at Schofield Utah last week resulted in the death of 250 persons The cause f the horrible castastrophe will never be known ilIleaveColumbia this summer and that the number coming to the United States will be enormous Adolph Myers of Lexington 1ms en gaged so far about 3700 lambs in this otmnty32of them at 5I cents anti the remainder at 5 cents June and July delivery Woodford Sun If it takes one woman one minute to communicate a bit of gossip across the back fence to another woman in strict secrecy how long will it take for the other woman to scatter it all over the town Durinc the Dewey parade at StLouia nlilitnryorneerhecame crowd knocked down and injured over a dozen persons before it could be con trolled Hon 1vBram has ridden time goat into Elkdom becoming one of tIme Best People on Earth He will be elected Grand Exalted Ruler of the White House in November Paris Ncvs A Massachusetts fancier comes to the front with the claims that Indian corn is after all that has been said to poultryliiihe has raised this vear on cracked and whole corn Titlia handful of vatS every feW days ExGovEKNou BROW thinks the presence of soldiers in Frankfort is not conducive to fair and impartial trials and yet ho still mamtains that the presence of soldiers in Louisville was conducive to a fair and free elec EllhraimTimes producedbytamed in tho advertisements of a country fair Among other attractive features of this great fair there will be highly amusing donkey races and pig rceCompetitions in these two contests open to residents only Ninctythrca million live hundred persons are sulf ring from cholera and famine in India and relief is being Supplied to but five millions throughoutthothis ocean when compared with what Is necessary 1 38 1 iCUFS I J EPiISIONI theWf wall nourished and 1 the t1 mother whose m8 does inot nourish the biby g is equally good for th andkij i by ihsir food also fof the orconsJlmpijveiJ 1 J Irj fad for aU conditions r tasting it fe the food J Tiedicihe that will nourish v l1djjuid up the body and 8IS94tM be IkR i- nL cJI weJl a Wia crr- lioc and Isa sowi r I I i a Ij r PLEASE t CANDY CATHARTIC JOe 125c SOc S Mme HAMILTON I AND S e S S U LADIES TAILOR DRESS JNG It Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRICHMOND Kyapri8tf tiorr1E r LIFE Water an- dtLight See TtI RIFFE arId have jim to pit you in firttclass sanitary job of PlumliitiK in your residence Also have him to furnish yon n High Gra lf Elevator Cup Pump Keeps on hands all kind4 of Mill Supplies Piixsand Valves Chandeliers every description of Iron Pumps Estimates for fitting up residence in county with Plumbing and Gas Machines and Wind Mills Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box J73 i have 20000 feet of the Best Quail ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices inajf23ru WE GUARANTEE-Dr Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin to cure any case Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Trouble when taken according to directions 001 DR W B CALDWELL tf after taking twothirds of a fifty cent or one dollar bottle it ihila to do OB represented we will refund tho purchase price MONTICEL1AUJmay6m lIT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased IereOar system of easy payments enables any one to en jiy the music o- f2tfct tSTUmt lS without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS wonM make a- supcrbHOLIDA Y PRESENT Why not coma in anti look at these special bargains HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY lOOOOOODEATHS t FROM CHOLERA DURING Till PAST YEJIR Lurkinglars Save by This Woiidcrral Lis eaTery Hundreds of Uioiisanclaof dollars havi been lost in time poultry business on ac count of time devastation among the flocks caused by cholem rQup Rape and other fatal ilisiascfi There have been man remedies Advanced none seem to be so suicessfnl athmeI American Poultryjrtixturo This wilj case chickens in tbelastftage of cholera and roup and is excelJwit for gapes Do your fowls suffer frota violent diar rhea dropping of the wtcga stupor or excessive thirst ThesE are tho first symptoms ot cholera Cholera ia a germ disease and b iiig infectious sproads rapidly lhronj h the entire flock Take timeby time toroJock out stop to experiment wi4lm unreliable or untneirrenjeclies Ue4 this mixture at once and time sanHaryUieasures they givefowls ljisbe toN by fioaree breamhmg sWelled eyes discifarjseat tho so trlls resem redfoIjll1YIt somo wfyour fowls Ire diseased it will pre n UI1res p ClleJlt1git Try It Iticheaprel l1e nd eec eiiJU0r8tJ811 thlt4pllloth analargestpout jriaJipjMis of tHfe wnrtli pkkgtrlAmif lIiferOftM 1 ouidtilt1ilOt lDtbateMIoit lad I irIT 1 I DRUGGISTS 254 aDDO I Ii iJ F3 El JjWjJI6 I SPRING J YC wish to announce to our j1Irn lLifriends and customers that IIiii IiiourIfii Ii t1iI1Fl LiLiI1 JIiT IIJbenefitEfJ of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c r1jI to 75c Other things correspond ingly CHEAP 1iE1 Everything desired in niider Li dIElirjIJs1OL1IIIAMJ tiI1ri- JF3I Day Phone 76 Night 136 L N B EK C DIVISION IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 18S8 No1 Cincinnati and Livingston Express south bound arm Richmond 12 51pra Iv OSpm 6 north bound 12 20pm Lv 2 00pm 4 Stanford north bound 355am tr 3 Mam 5 6loutli bound 11 25pm Lvll Mpm IC Richmond aysvUle Accm north bound Lv 6 nun 2OpmI8 55am4 22 Stanford north bound alT 5 4jam For further information call on or address TELEPHONE 78 KITPER ROOD Agt A BOON TO MANKIND r DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE f LE il1 CURE andIFAiLEDI 1WI= Tie Ssitlsn MM ktet Go 1opLlXlNGTON KV 1 i11oG000c The aolthe Southerij nEiLife Iniue ltpy Investment iy Is the of psIas pypo l ltedClld to theilving thatinacraacfl ccra It pays tbiroMi c am4atent wlthJiI copet safety and consernt nd depressionit1iit prrtoinstlrMHIJI t st UK eprecuttun more money to a raYea 1 is used to the protection of Sie itS lTI BPW PNt1 OefrapyIUUlA MULIONtcid IebctJCT LRfr4QrQ KY 51 r vf i LliUPPLA t SUPPLEMENT 11 trMl4Fi4QNOa T SUGG6fIONS FOR eQBUcNNPLAFFORM MAKERS V By Mark Twain ofthe Clliajn GREETINGS T6 HER MAJESTY Republicans arenot uagratb ful and their duly fec tedrepresontativea at parentalduty extendo ioti utEf Tn r uwhosee followersTHE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE itsdayof Independence The Doctrme The lonseut of the Governed is not Eng shouldnotall men are created equal is certainly absurd and what thereisvanced thought and the great minds at the bead of our party today THE FLAG Onr party has always had a great regard for the flag of our country for o a number of occasions we have resorted to it to help us out ofa l I oftheadnpted us the slogan of our party and while the Democrats were mopping their Itotoappropriatedground for the pictures of our handsome standardbearers For the foregoing leislatioucontributlon20TH DISTRIBUTIONOF LEXINGTON INVESTMENT CO APRIL 27 J900 dl OFFICERS GEO PAIUIISII rz COUPON FUND 7060 52 c PAID OUT 7058 10 Coupons Cancelled by J A Edge W P Parrish OUR GROWTH iPaid Certificate Holders to September 1898 S 631 80 t October 1898 1669 44 5024 11 1898y 7311 68 86acMarch 1889 14 783 19 n April 1899 17510 79 May 1899 20642 33 II June 1899 24212 79 y 1rz July 1899 26614 89 VS i August 1899 30331 16 96iYNovember 1899 40 36955 December 1899 45351 45 January 1900 50346 64 February 1900 55722 74 March 1900 60982 44 1900 68 142 96 SPECIAL REDEMFlION 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Diclrtrson 1 50 i 50 J A Childs 3 00 9 00 Miss Mary Jacobs 1 50 4 50 Miss Dora Goodrich 1 50 450 Mrs R E Fry 9 00 27 00 Mrs Fannie Bullock 7 50 22 b0 FA Bullock 600 1800 Cecil Parks 150 450 Lizzie McGuire 1 50 4 50 Martha Jackson 1 50 4 50 Wm Howe 4 50 13 00 Itnogene P Brown 750 22 W Mrs M J Flannelly 3 00 it 00 James SB vans I50 450 Name withheld 34 00 10200 Tillie Rye lro 4 50 Mrs N Thornton 1 50 460 H B Shepherd 7 60 22 50 J1 JSO J RILEY Pretident DSNNY VicePresident J A EDGE Sec Treas WM P tApril n Mrs H P Bedinger 850 O 50nMiss Lizzie L Brooks 1 75 5 Nome withheld 450 13 50 50IJ C McFarland 350 10 50 C C Patterson 360 1050 Mrs B W Bronston 280 840 A B Jones 140 40J EMcFarlaud 350 C U Patterpou 350 H B Shepherd 3O 1050 J J Riley 5 Gladys Bailsman 140 J A Edge 3 50 050 Beltie Billiard Ida Mae Davis 20 Julia Welsh 120 3 jAnnie Perkins 300 9 00 Sarah ON ell 1 20 3 60 Fanny Rhoer 120 3 60 Mary D Denny 27 00 8100 Van H Denny 300CMassie L Denny Eugenia D Potts 000 18 00 Mrs B W Burdette 2 00 36 00 bi S Walton 1 20 3 60 H Burdette Walton 60 180 Alice May Dunlap 180 b 40 Wes Wilson Dunlap 120 360 John C Ballard 12 00 3GJ 0 900ViiliamtionDunlap Ritchth fen un ap 800 18 o Mrs B W Bronston 17 50- 360G 59 40 Mrs Mary Hutchison 1200 J A Edge 27 00 8100 W P Parrish 300 900 Mrs B W Bronston 12 00 38 00 G W Dunlap 600 18 00 J B Skinner 3 009W W Ballard 300 9 00 J T Ballard 180 6 40 Mrs B W Burdette 600 J8 00 Mrs J W ThPcfcrntn 15 00 45 00 Mrs Elizabeth Willett 180 6 40 Matilda Henrv 800 18 00 Miss M Burbridge 300 0 jMrs Eva Robertson 600 1800 Bennett Randall 300 9 00 sti111rjNiitJly 60 1811 Eugenia D Denny 90 2 70 sirs R A Jennings 1 60 450 Jeeae L Neeiy i ro 960 00MAry 03tiaryMrsED Pot II 3 M d do 180Emma 900NellieMrs E D Potts 2 00 8 00 PennyMrsMaryD0 Patterson 3 50 10 50 F A Bullock 7 00 21 00 Geo F Copeland 7 00 21 00 Margaretta Bacon 1 40 4 20 H B Shepherd 3 50 10 SC J A Edge 7 00 21 00 JohnPH B Shepherd 3 50 IO 50 A B Jones 70 21 J J Riley 21 00 83 00 J A Edge 5 60 18 80 n1V P Parrish 8 50 lU 50 J E McFarland 7JX- C 21 O Patterson 3 50 10 KNOXVILLE T W Keller 15 00 45 0o CEMENTON PA A L Putt 150 4 60 GEORGETOWN 0uWINCHESTER Lucy Curry 7 50 22 to Hub B Murray 7 50 22 b0 H E St Clair 7 50 22 to COVIN TON Imo eu6 C Peay 16 00 4S 00 86t00 90 Jas H Hickey 3 50 10 50 J L Thomas 7 00 21 00 50atJ W Stevens 3 50 10 50 L H Grober 3 50 10 bU L G Loug 7 00 21 00 B H Bechliu 7 00 21 00 C Nanlaudiugham 3 50 10 50 Will Coppln 7 00 2l J H Drexelius 3 50 lU J M OMalliy 3 50 lU Rubs Welling 70 2 Juhu T Homer 7 00 21 00 D Reeves 140 4 20 M OGara 140 4 20 Lydia llur ell 21 00 63 00 1VEHull 7 00 21 00 Fred Klairer 350 10 50 E J Hickey 14 00 42 00 W E Bethel Jr 7 00 21 00 OMBure 140 4 CriKler Crigler 10 50 81 M S Weaver 70 2 10 Viviuu Weaver 70 2 lU M E Deglow 70 210 Henry Tueuer 70 Eva May Humble 7U 210 Lora B Homer 280 8 Ada Long 7 00 21 50HarryMargaret Coouey 702 0 t Alary L loony 7C 210 Goo H Davidson 360 050 U F Teazians 5 J6 SOtt FRANKFORT Miss Christine Nicol 3 00 9 Miss Agnes Nicol 450 FS Huff 350 10 50 F Johnson 3 50 Christine Nicul 700 21 Agnes ihtJI 7 00 2 00 Eugene Wallace 2 10 g 30 F S Had Hgt 210 10IV H Posty 3 50 050 Eleanor ODonnell 70MF S Half 7 00 2100 L F Johnson 3 50 10 50 Name withheld 3 O 1050 A G Morris 9 10 27 30 W H Posey 3 60- Geo 10 60 A Lewis 7 00 21 00 F s Hatt 700 2100 350l b0J21 L F 50lUMrs R L Greene 3 50 10 50 F SHaff lowlName withheld 350NWithrow Haff Lawler Haff 70 Scott Hal 70 Hobert S Haff 70 McDonald 280 840 Nicol 3 00 900 LOUISVILLE Joe Moss 3 50 1010 MrsM B Cooper 3 00 9th SOVW 8 Terry 300 g 00 EdEWalby 120 360 Cliffortl Wilson 60 1 80 6 M Cooley 300 9 O Bertha B May brick 12 00 98 00 M A Buckner 50 150 M A Bockner 50 180 Henry Buckner 1 20 3 60 C J Comstock 1200 36 00 J G Steinaker r 3 00 9 00 j P Venable 3 00 9 00 80 Newman 300 9 00 Mrs C HCallahan 6 00 18 00 C H Callahan 6 00 1800 Mrs Robert Fletcher 3 00 9 00 ThosE Turner CO 1 80 Mrs Carrie VanCleave 3 00 9 00 Name wftEheia 3t 9 O JJOrbas 60 110 H Ji Co 600 18 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MrsC A Mageo So 90 Dr L J Frazee 150 4 so irs Lizzie W Smith 8 00 9 00 2UBRANDENBURG Lucy Brandenburg 60 I 80 CATLETTSBURG S D Boggs 12 00 36 00 210ss E t imefetter 3 00 9 Williamson Co 600 18 00 40PETERSBURG Chas Folmer 3 00 900 900lUPRUETT Wm Mendenhall 1 80 HELBYVILLE H Duncan 3 10 900 NEW YORY CITY ThosL Hoe 3 00 900 8BROOKLYN N Y 900uBANK LICK Mm A E Williams 300 900 L F Williams 1 50 900 b0GCINCINNATI rs Ellen Greener 12 00 U6 00 CAMPBELLSVILLE Chas Pattisbn 3 00 900 CRAB ORCHARD Jane Buchanon 2 00 8 Q3 Birch Buchanan 80 210 LEBANON W Crume 1 50 450 APCarter 150 450 Mrs A P Carter 150 4 50 Oliver Kelly 240 7 20 B P 3 00 9 W iOliver Kelly Jr 60 1 80 Len 1 50 460 ame withheld Jb 00 45 4Z50 i21st0 W F Edmonds 150 9 John W Rinehart 3 00 9 Wide Richardson 3 00 900 AAddamsJr 30 90 B J Lancaster 154 4 io H P Cooper 3 00 9 po Jas Bell 1 50 4 B W Phillips 30 00 Spelding Cabbell I 50 4 50 Mrs Lizzie Spalding 90 2 70 Belle Hodges 30 90 Ann Jackson 30 90 Hugh Brown 30 9o W H Rubbell 80 2 40- R T Nesbitt 1 20 SC W P Mvers 200 60 R n Fdelin 200 8 o John Rubel 2 00 600 Mrs Jessie VanMeter 80 2 40 Mrs Katherine Rubcl 80 2 40 J M Faulkner 2 00 6 00 B T Conway 100 41 0 C R Caskev 120 34 0 Ray RSmith 40 120 Cecelia Harcourt 40 1 20 JQ McKeena 1 20 3 60 W W Eubel 2 00 600 W W Liteey 2 00 8 00 W C Carroll 80 2 40 V1 Purdy 40 l 20 Joseph W Irvine 2 00 8 00 I 1W H Evsns 160 480 h 20MGigOJjMarion li901MattieJTM Knott 200 600 J Harcourt 200 6 00 Ida H Faulkner 2 OOe f 6 00 Jane Addams 40 1 20 J W MillB 1 20 360 J M Raliid 2006 00 H Nnrray 200 600 R L Nesbitt 200 6 00 W T Hawkins 2 00 6 00 J M Knott 2 00 6 00 A Addams 400 12 00 When Sam Jones was first here in February the Rev T S Hubert formerly pastor at Richmond assumed sole financial responsibility for the en gagement It was a nervy thing to do for there were prejudices against Sam Jones and Lawrenceburg isa small city But a great audience met the noted lecturer andau is always the andLawrencebumatchless wit humor pathos thought and eloquence of the one and only Sam Jones When the second date was leadlnJtcitizensHubertAn9erean News SaturdayJtthe situation In both great parties as andVicelineventAdmiralnation for Vice President with Bryan beMcKinleysthe Sun the second place on the two national tickets is to be a more torpor ALogansof the Republican and Democratic na tional parties are well known to the but it is the opinion of those ersant with the management of great campaigns that in the forthcom ing struggle Dewey by his popularity aidColbecause of his martial record and other characteristics would awaken enthu siasm In many parts of the country ur Goods 194f8H AND Our prices Compelyou to trade with us 00when you give us a trial ij mra B 1rllira cJi3 m rnIDID JII- Dmm E E The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nOr bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latesttuptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with W iteAND Ginson GAS STOVE M + F4N4HiH41 80S 1 t CHEAP GAS 50atdEdZatDo not have a gasoline explosion when you can get Gas at 125 per heatingThis Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Encourage the 0Use of the Gas Stovett Once try II Gas Cooking Stove and ascheapbake in three minutes We eell Stoves at Cost and run pipe to curbing tree and into the house at Cost Uses Welsbach burner and increase your light five times and reduce your gas bill twothirds Call at the office for particulars RI BY IDWATa OBT a Season fishing tickets 5i day tickets 25 cents 2maytf ILOTheRichmondCiimax W r u WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 T L1QEMONs 1ICA ATTEN DYING MAN IS TO BE MARRIED J G Stevenson Travels From Arizona to Meet His Bride COUPLE RErUNITED While the editor of the CLIMAX was in Chicago two wee ks ago lie picked up this story of interest to Kentuckians The cljpngirian was the grandson ofakKentucky Governor and his physician a nephew of Col WV L Cruteher of this city The story is thrilling landnathetic iSeuring death would over ialcellhijn upon the isolatedif plains of Arizona whither he hadjfpjiepr climatic cure of consumption ames Garrard Stevenson a gradsou of one of KentuckysVoldgovernor feebly penned a telegram to his former wife in Washington urging her to meet him in Chicago S he had not heard from him for four long years But the vprd from him was all that separated them in realityI They started simultaneous ly across the continent The woman who is now a clerk in thetivasury department ar ridiithe Union depot yes terday The train bearing her sweetheart beat het by aI tiwlwul and the invalid was writing outside the station for herr in a cab The expression that overspread her face was pathetic when she beheld him Their meeting was affecting arnUltheIr confusion thcy forgot to tell the driver to go to the court house until he- ldh gone several blocks with t them There they secured a license permitting them to remarry The sick man had to be borne from the carriage and is now lying upon his death bedat the home of his father J M32 Washington avenue wait lug for Rev Mr Boynton of the Woodlawn MethodistEpis copal church to perform k nlgho the solmn ceremony that will mark the closin Chit1AterwWHAO + yso TO SEPARATION r Vegetarianism and a desire to explore the hidden msri teries of the occult led tfrtk flhiyears ago In his serchfor the unattainable he forgot the woman and began to live the life of an ascetic He quit eating meat and took up the study of ancient Eastern cus toms and became strange hi his demeanor Old friend saw in him no semblance to his former self Worry and overly abstemi ous diet told on his health He became an invalid and with himind concentrated upon the cult of Swami Vivi cananda he abandoned his wife altogether She took her two small children and went out into the world to earn them a living She was busy at her work in the Treasury Department ini Washington the other day when the telegrams came toper iikefti flastit ftromVtanother world She took tlljnet train for Chicago tMMf mf For the past few weeks Stevensons life gradually eb- bedaway in asmallprairehut- in Arizona The only attend once he got was from a cowboy who when he saw his patient sinking mounted hisponyand rode 50 miles for a doctor Left alone during two days Stevenson was haunted by memories of the past and the fear of dying alone in the cabin without ever seeing his former wife and children was awful to him Be was pretty low when the faithful cowboy rode up with the doctor The physicians words were You have but a week to live my man Seven days murmured the dying man Thats long enough he thought as though calculating the time it would take to reach Chicago He evidently figuredwith consid erable coolness and realizing time was precious he planned Chicago as the junction and then sent the telegram to Washington WERE CHILDREN TOGETHER Stevenson was born in Glas gow Mo and the woman in Marshall Mo They went to school and were playmates to ether and although he left the little town when he was only a boy he did not forget the girl he loved in Missouri He went back to the little vii laTe and claimed her as his bide They came to Chicago and he purchased home in PRIVATE HCRSE WEEk r1L r z a Sixty thirastreet JOllielQOQm at the time of the worlds fair enhanced the value ol his property and he bought the ground on which the Colonial hotelstands today It was during the fair that Steven son embraced occult faith When he first became ill 6 years ago Pr Howard Cruteh er 5248 Praire avenue told him he must have nourish ment and intimated to him that consumption would surely follow unless he built his constitution up At the home of David Ste venson where the marriage took place no information could be obtained The wo man who is to be reunited in marriage to the dying man was not at the Washington avenue house Her two former sisterinlaws the Misses Stevenson were there and they said their brother was too low to be seen Once upon a time a soul 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