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II r IE i 0 i jP I 11 t TiiE V 01 RICHMOND CLLMLAXI VOLUi1EJ6t nU iJ f iOvr H fc RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 NUMBER 51 1 rr r rbCa Ii 1eiC1edREPAIILING ANDMEINGPINE WATCHES I sc ae All Work Guaranteed MAIN RICHMOND KY rr r I3RANI3HAiwAr laiti S- Srll WHISKY FULL- QUARTS 4q9 Delivered Expressage paid anywhere directly acces sible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteean absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEY direct from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or com morclal agency In Louisville I UG GCLDEWEY S CO 231 W Main St LoDlsvlIIe Ky 1 sl The New Woman by CO U S We use the best of Has all Up Finish is right We can it an for dealers to handle our work We a full line of light for and price list 1 O RI over Offlce with Jas B Mc Street RW RicuMoxn KENTUCKY Office in the Building next door armers National Bank J CoOlli over Hnn Kon M iin J 0 D AT LAW on Seoinil over 8 nits grocery R with T J Jr over Law Ky rome In Building Main IRS Office in tIe Joe and M Sec ond Street Wane old drue tore 87 CHAS C Ontario College and Sterility a table corner First and Water Richmond II C M D and Street at residence the Carr place on Urondway M D AND DENTIN OP LoUISVILLE KY ff Office next door Building BJchmSnd Ky Offlpe hourtf8 to 121 nori7iy DFl i 1ST yOfflce Dros Hard rare Store llalii Street J modevar 1o AddhN c If ea 9P the acme 01 C ttfor one n ncdv anwclflo of women who J know too well the Urflfl3 Upon their health r cauwd by The Lady Plnrrnrr Ilrmrdv Is not a curean but U a cure for dIseases ol woman prewrtptlonII ctanandKUrcronwhobastreatedmorecompUcatedcftsea other IndividuaL It now Is offered for the Oret time In country within the roach of all claswa One affords relief in tile most Manufactured THE FLORENCE MEDICINE Red Oak Iowa L- P9cGc 0 + o v GENTLEMENS DRillING n2illGONi wwwwwwonly material to dite attachments Splendid Price make inducement manufacture pleasure vehicles Send catalogue STREET COruuuJacturer 6 MICH aprlS6mI O 94 PROFESSIONAL CARDS AlrORNEY3 ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLAW rjCHMOND KENTUCKY irsQR Climax Creary Second MILLER ATTOBXBYATLAW Burnam to feb3ly 6ZIaIjD1OItIYATLMV RICHMOND KENTUCKY Suite rank Trust opposite frt Street MU11KNAULT ATTORNEYS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office street Chen W LETCHER AUorneyutLawK- IIIMXII KKNTlCKY- llit Smith Cnvmgtou MitchellV T C Lowry Alwll1eyaJr Hlolwrlev BnilUnir nichonl JTL3oaoN1ATTOlNEYATLAW ntCHMONO KENTUCKY lrather Ftreet PHTSI3IA2TS GIBSON GIBSON PKYiSlOlAXti AXD SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY CcJtn building it over HOOKER VETERINARY SUUGEOX Graduate Veteruiary Veterinary Dentistry Specialty iromceat on Streets Kyapr71y JASPELi Medicine Surgery Office Prather Building Main Telephone RICHMOND KENTUCKY GW EVANS PllYSClAN SocaKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL strnoZItY Dr OaTttve LobsoTi to OoTcrnmcnt to to FRED orerTiylor nlllr PATENTSDEStGNS FREEliotkefretflI5MIMIS aeed LeUersrldetlltle1 ctbv aL ort4E MARKEr HEALTH LOHGEVITY rLIS mmonSrntt dollar buffering and allmerita peculiar Itbe1rownex this packaeo obttlnato THE MOST BEAUTIFUL productions of the jewelers who get out novelties are shown here BELT BUCKLES HAT PINS STICK PINS ETC wanyfpleasing rlioicn These pleMsiiiR goods are of excellent SiIerlUoldBegining at 25 cents there are many prices np to 10 F J YEAGER Hotel For Sale An established wellpayins famished hotel recently refitted Mud flratclass 200 accommo latlons the leading hotel In the growing city greatbarralupayments if desired Address for particulars Box 2J8 Somerset Ky may92w Dr loais H Landfflan Mo 603 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio miII be at M M Millers residence second door a Poitofflce lUchmoud Ky on WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Ucfercuco of Richmond Kmaylly ratroi Hom In uran e Insure your dwellings barns and other prop erty In the BLUB GRASS INSURANCE COMPANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection again- stF1RL1IFIN1i AN TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member at com pany The cheapest and most reliable company for the our county now operating In the diets and gets cheaper every year falling to yearFor on their agent attorueyntIaw1Richmond Court House next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs J H CARTER Pros mayttIy C C BOSWOKTH Secy i CIRCULATING VAS BOILER PAT ALLOWED MARCH 15m 1899 nO rOTTOM SHOWING COILED COPPER STEAM PIPES 2 Womans Itelpatf 4 stos no iuoretr4rlflE of clothe a jari otne tiavt thrcelo i ttc tahoe en1r rlrelllal ffif ell Tin 300 Cajr Jtottotn 400- CQJ4rr So ll nn Ihfl reerlpt of boTC eeiH uttft any uf bpTe kin4 mtCEiatIItfWaaIIiIrI Svt RU CtceiMkU itaTtt t ANNOUNCEMENT FOE COSORE33 GGILBERTauyregularFOB CLKBE ARChKAVANAUGIto the action of the Democratic Party nYDUnNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce if M subJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOB S11EHIFP PSVAGE1tScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WBALLARbSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party ASSESSOR OLDJIAtcountysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party LBAKERcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORGENOLANDacounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATIIERAGE theDemocratic DUN1i1ofsubject to the action of the Democratic party Pea JAILER eLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PAHIUSH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announceJACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party PERKINSaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SCHOOL 8UPBBIHTBtDEXr We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of County School subject to the action of the Democratic party MANS PERIODICAL RESTDAY 1 am glad our City Council luis taken the stand it has concerning Sunday observance Iris commendable wove and should be considered so in the light ot reason justice and divine law Uitilrecently it bas been hard to dis tinguish Sunday from other days be SHIMS of the fact that stores saloons barber shops fruit stands livery stables etc were left open on the Sabbath the same as on other days It is a wellknown fact that on this question as well as on almost all others the pIe are divided one class desiring to keep and protect the Sabbath the other desiring to keep open as during the week But stop and think for a mo storesbutcheroffices etc who never Jet ally rest betides desecrate each anti Sabbath If they Ret rest it is by giving thesaeriflcaofaliyiugtr lived people and isnt any wonder Those who oppose the Sunday law have a list of objections some of which are 1st That the poor people can not live without transacting some business keepmanyMonday in the summer time True eiioudi but why cant he place his orders 011 Saturday evening and let them be sent to him early Sunday morning2nd That many workmen do not receive their pay until Sunday That may be true But to all Sunday ob servers if employers do notsettle Satur day evening then the employees arts out until Monday morning Still ajrain they ar ue to let person be ruled by lila own conscience If he desires tq observe Sunday let him close upother wise run I answer that in tint case of clerks they cant be ruled thus ifso we would have every business dosed perfectly tight Again if this was a practiced law then each perron would bo a law unto himself killing poisoning or just as he desired without lear of punishment Hut the principle- If our law is right ahd justice to em iloyer and employee alike A tain our objector comes forward anti claims that it would lie a great loss to groLer men to carry over green vegetables from Saturday until Monday but by the time vegetables grow and are ready to market the country people will recog nize the Sunday law and will bring only such an amount as ran be sold and the grocers will purchase only what they think can in one day Now iu conclusion let me add that the Sabbath is a Godgiven insti tution and has existed from the first day of finished creation People from early times have kept it and handed it down ns a day of rest JPSUS Christ our Savior confirmed and kept it and gave us those beautiful words Tho Sabbath was made for man not man for the Sabbath L LK Its the fellow with a peppery temper who commits assault A Wile Says u We have four children With the first three I suffered almost mbearlaies from 12 to 14 hours and had to be placed under the influence of chloroform I used three tott1o of Mothers Friend before our Wt child cameywiiich Is a strong fat and healthy boy doing- myhotmcwotk up to wkbia two hours of forth and sufI feredbutafewfiamdpains meat is the grand at remedy ever made n MothersFriend will do for every wpmaa what it did for the Minnesota mother who writes the aSove let tUNottoU5C it during pregnaacy k a matike to be paid Lot in pain and suffering Matters Friend equips the patient with a strong body and clear intellect which k torn are impartfdto the child It relays the uscIN aialfcws them to acpnat it relieves siofaiog sktnea and BCTYOMMK U all the oegna co ne Ia Net coHitoo Jet the fins liourso that theMM1l- aiior is 1aoitang practbUy DI- U of rig or hard iwaltliI aKefttfccr avoWtd MMwy k mtcdy a mMsr oi a days DJ Msr s FrlUd ISrI a bsSth- The Jri4iIeW t14tr ceU s4 fur OIUfte lailttat6llNOk j 1 f TEN MINUTES WITH WALTON We believe it IN conceded by omnrnn nuncut that tile Stiinfonl Interior Jiiirnnl SIlls nt the head of ciinnlry new papers In the iitatpriiid it is alitrue that no Otis Is at nil envious of indematigablesuccess III the IniMness in without OwelliollHendd The Georgetown jaIler Is said to have rceled the flBS8ssIliat lou BURpPcts whichleadsthat his most intimate iriend would addfoolt Is hard to decide which is the best theDispatch questionlIyover the Commercial 23 to 8 This shows appreciation and will help the organ of assassination to continue Its existence a few days longer A dispatch says that finley and Tay JQgglelltstoleand when a reporter accosted the usurper Fi ky responded His friendJonpa scriptureguilty flee when no man pursueth very Republican contention in Ken Taylorif he had been convicted of the assassi atnitiglynet crimn of the century A party which run deliberately endorse his outrageous acts against law and decencv to pay nnthing ot tim greater crimp de whethtrTalor 1 1sf Cliojisult of Fort Scott ICan PopulistConventionfrom the State at large and told the alio1uteIyfolly presIdentialfrom 15000 to 2oCOO certiinly not less than the first figure There are 6000 or 7000 German votes that the Demo units will get this time on account of the expansion policy of the adminis tration Mr Chenanlt is a Madison county Ky product p Is very nIce of Caleb Powers to say that he will stand his trial for the part he took in the assassination of SupremeCourtpardon he holds As Cale has tried to use it on several occasions without avail ho is doubtless setting tired of sheriffsdeputies andhebeingtriedusurper The Republicans of Marion county lost to all sense of honor hudorsinginfamousthansay that there has not been adduced anyHfother Republicans with the murder of lalsehoodment on it The man or set of men who can recall all the circumstances beforemeaning of the direct testimony given at the trials of the suspects liasbeenlican State officials or other IIlinclIylieknowlnRly A Life slid Death Fight Mr W A Hines of Manchester Ia writing of his almost miraculous escape from death says Exposure after measles induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and day All my doctors saId I must die Then I began to use Dr Kings New discovery tor Consumption which completely cured me I would not bo without it even if it cost 500 a bottle Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and all say it never falls to cure Throat Chest and Lung troubles Regular site roc and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store l London is to have a religious daily as a regular institution A E Larke of IhelpaDerject of the newcomer is prominently set fourth In the Drat pages as follows Tile idea of this journal is to advocate daily with all fearlessness and candor- a return to throe first principles of our Christian progression from which we have so grossly departed to promote mediation to encourage criticism anti discussion to the utmost possible parade and expense J All goods are alike to PUT NAM FADELESS DYES as they color all fibers at one boiling Sold by CL Searcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky 2maylm- Dr E Cv Guerrant pastor of the Wilmoredurinpreached 100 times As a result of thin Presbyterlonother churches Words could not be found to express the pleasure Vii more citizens must experience In liar inir such a faithful worker as a citizen Jessamine News dyspepsiaremnides without permanent goodtiua ly took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It did me so much good recomended it to evenone writes J E Watkins Clink and Recorder Chillicntha Ho It digests what you eat Perry Thomas Time assessor of one of our mountain counties called on one of the citizens in his ronnds making I ho assessments and the nina being absent he left thin usual blauk form with a request that he fill It lip Swear to it and send ft to the office A few days afterwards he received the blank filled up as follows One wile with red hair goodlnolcine young ad fair and poodnatared I de clare one horse and coo mare two steers whIch are fair and tints all I swear After putTering from pitas for fifteen years I warn cured liy using two boxes his4ywrjipswbeihi ececythisy Bwar ei felts P jry A TboiuMi r BOONESBORO LONG AGO AN ACCOUNT OF INDIA TIMES IN KEN TUCKYOESCRIPTION OF A FIGHT NEAR BOONESBORO RESCUING STOLEN GIRLS The Elizaheihtowu News 8811 mnoue the cherished old papers livid by Mr A M Brown of that la time follow lug in tirestiiii letter written bv John Flojd to Col Preston from lioones boro in 1770 John Floyd was an uncle of J W Howling of ilmt city and there are n uuiiibtr of ida relatives through out this jurt of the State- Loosssnono July 21 1776 My Dear SirTim situation of our country is much altered since 1 wrote yon last The Indians stem determined 10 break up our settlement and I dont doubt unless it is possible to give us tiiinie assistance that the greater part of the people way fall to them They Imvo J ani satisfied killed sever atwhom3 at this time I know not how mention Many are missing who some time ago went out about their business of whom we can hear noth lug Fresh signs of Indians are seen al must every day I think I mentioned to you before some damagn they had done at lestown on the 7thof this mouth They killed one Cooper on Licking Creek on the 14th a man whose Halos I know not at your Kilt pprinp on the same Ireek Uti the euw day they took out of n canoe within sight of this Miss Betsy Galloway and her sister Frauds and a daughter of Daniel Boone the two last about 13 and H and the other grown The affair rImyleftgettingoverforcould not that night follow more than five miles Next morning by day light we weie on there track but they had entirely prevented our following them by walking some distance apart through the thickest cane they could find We oltserveil their course and on which side they hind left their sigmi and traveled upward of thirty miles We then supposed they would be less cau ions in traveling and making a turn in order to cross their truce we liSt gone but a few miles when we found their tracks in a buffalo path pursued and overtook them in going about ten miles just as they were kindling a fire to cookOur study had been how to get tile prisoners without giving the Indian time to murder them after discov ered us We saw each other nearly at the same time four of us fired and all of us rushed on them by which they were prevented from carrying away anything except one shot gun without fur ammunition Air Boone and my theyheaiiI shot one through the body the one he shot dropped his gun mine hud IIOIIH The place was covered with thickcane and being so much elated on recovering the three little heart broken girls we were prevented from making further search We sent the Indians off almost naked without their moccasins and notiof them with to much as a knife or toma hawk Alter the girls caine to themselves Bllflluiently to speak tlme told Us timbre wele only live Indiansfour Sliawan nets and one Cherokee They could speak good 1ngiishi anti n they should then go to the fhltwnte ttJWII- BThe War club we got was like these I have seen of tlidt nation Several words of their language which the girls retained were known to ba Shawnee tlmiy also told them that the Cherokees hail killed or driven all the people from Vataga and thereabouts and that 14 Cherokees were then on the Kentucky waiting t do mischief If the war becomes general of which there is tho greatest appearance our situation is truly alarming We lore about finishing a large fort and intend to keep possession of this place as long as possible They are I understand oing the same timing at Harrodsburg and also on Elkhorn at the Royal prinip The stttlement on Licking Creek flown the naine of Hlnkslonesj has hell broken nit Nirieteen of the set tiers are now here on their way In liukstone among the rest They all iteeni leaf to anything we can say to dissuade them Ten at least of our own people are guing to join them which will leave us with less than thirty meu at this fort 1 think more than 800 men hmsve left the countrysluice I came out and uot one except a few cabiuers down the Ohio- I want to return as much as any per son can do but if I leave the country now there la scarcely a single man who will not follow the example When I think of the deplorable condition a few helpless are likely to be III I conclude to sell mv life as dearly as fMiHulble in their defense rather than wake an ignominious escape I am afraid It IB hi vain to sue fur relief from Virginia yet the convention en couraged tint settlement of this coun try and Itthottld Hot the extreme part of Fineastlo be as justly entitled to protection ng any other part of the Country If an expedition were carried on against those nations which are at opeu war with the people In general bydrawItit donetmore willingly engage in forwarding us assistance than yourself I do at the request and on behalf of all the dis tressed women and children and other inhabitants this place implore have it in his power to e us relief I can mmmylucasexpress them lam dear sir yours most affectionately to my last moments JOHN FLOYD To Colonel Preston The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomachand Liver are out oforder AU such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regu lar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 2c cents at any Drug Store 4 On May 28th there will ho a total eclipse of the visible in Mexico United States Spain Nth Afrier In America this eclipse will be total along a belt fifty five miles wide from New Orleans to Norkfolk In other portions of the United States Iheelipse will appear as a partial one It will he eighteen years before another total eclipse of the sun will be visible to the United states J Q Hood Justice of the Peace CrosbyMlsgniakes the following state mont I tan certify that One Minute claImedforbreathansi the first dose of it relieved her It has also benefited whole family Itacts immediately and cures coughs colds croup grippe hroncIIlU asthma and all throat and lung tiou bios Perry Thomas A lady wbo was a witness in court showed her readiness of wit in a neat way She ras asked her age and re retllreltoitlection of her earliest days And hear say evidence was sot required from a questIoawaanotpressed1ie i arQtheMoor MH rook AJ they quickly cur nil lire and bowel trouble Per ry Th6ln1i r OFFICIAL CALL A t a meeting of the Eighth Congres sional Dlhtrict Democratic Committee hflil at Inwrenreburir Kyon April 28 1000 for the purpose of fixing the time manner and place of selecting Demo crat Ic nominee for Congress from the Eighth Congressional District of Ken lucky to be voted for on behalf of the Democratic party at the general election in 1900 pursuant to the call of the Chairman lion Simeon Cook the fol lowing members of the Committee were present in person W M Scott of Shelby W M Black of Spencer Win 8ndiisky of Jessamine W C Bell of Merir S E Booth of Anderson and the following by proxy J J S Chrisman of Boyle Moved FirstThat a convention beheld by the members of the Democratic party of the Eighth Congressional Die trict of Kentucky composed of the counties of Anderson Boyle Garrard Jessamine Lincoln Madison Mercer Itockcastle Shelby and Spencer for the purpose of nominating a Congressional candidate to be the nominee of said par ty and to bo voted for at the general election in November 1900 Second That said convention be called and notice forthwith be given for iis holding on June 20 1900 at 2 oclock p in at Harrodsbnrjr Mercer county Ky That there be selected from each county delegates to that convention u on the busts of 1 delegate for each 100 Democratic voten as returned for joy ernor at the Institute election that for the selection of said delegates timers will be a mils convention held by the Dem ocracy of each of wild counties at the court house on June 16 1UOOat 2 oclock p m Time meeting was called to order by the Chairman Hon Simeon Cook and on motion W M Scott was elected See relarv and Treasurer ThirdTimat nil legal voters may take part in said respective mass conven tions who have heretofore affiliated with the Democratic party and also those who are known Democrats and whit recognize the obligation of supporting thin nominee of IIlicllJemorrntic- pnrt uy participating in the selection tf said delegates and also amiy persomm as will be entitled to cast his llrst vote at the next general election and who by his action will pledge himself to support the nominee of said Democratic party which respective mass conven tions will be called to order and duly conducted according to the party laws Fourth That any person offering himself as a candidate lor the notrlina tiuu is required to deposit the sum of 100 with time Treasurer of this Committee to be used in defraying the expenses of holding said convention and the calling thereof on or before June 1900 and should declare himself as such can didate on or before such lastmentioned date Fiftrr Thatfhould not more than one person other 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 and organize a conven tion of the Democracy of time Eighth Congressional District and duly nominate a nominee nail nominate such per son HS the nominee of the which said meeting will be at the Commercial hotel In Harrodsburgt Mercer county Ky SithiThmnt all the provisions of tin Kentucky Statutes shaH nut ap ply herein except in such eases as the same may be modified by the action of this Committee In so far as the Com initiee is authorized to modify the sn IieventhThat Simeon Cook Chair man of the Democratic ExecUtue Cum mittee of the Eighth Congressional Dis trict is directed to give due notice and do and perform any and all arts necef saryand proper fur tailing and holding convention which this Committto or he as the governing authority of lie Deuic cratic party in said lJlft1J let is au thorized to dl- lElghthThllt time Committee meet at Harrodsburg Mener county Ky on June 2 1000 at 2 oclock p m at the Commercial Hotel to transact such further business relating to said con vention as is deemed necessary and pro per The above resolutions were unanimously adopted after which the meet hug adjourned SIMKON COOK Chm W11 SCoTT Set Pursuant to above I hereby call a conenlloll to lie held in the cotirl house Richmond Kv on Saturday June 16 1900 for time purpose named JOHN B IIENAULT Chm It Is a fact little known in this country that the strong character of the president of the South African republic was molded by time teaching of an American minister who went out to tfouth Africa in 1835 from North Carolina In that year says Christhn Vii k Kev Daniel Lindley thou a young clergyman was preaching at the Uocky Kiver Presbyterian churchnear Cnarlotte N C lIe was appointed a missionary and went out to the then dark continent being it is claimed the first Protestant missionary in bouti- Africa Ouo of his first was HIP young Paul KrUger who wits converted lila preaching and for whom he Contracted great liking- p Ever have them v Then we cant X tell you an- yiLJthing abo- utftthem You V know how dark everything looks and how you are about ready to give up Some how you cant throw off the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isnt it yournerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are being poisoned From the Impurities in bloOdAYfrs SarSapfnl purifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health and strength activity and cheerfulness This js what U Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparilla in the land the kind that was old before other Sarsa parillas were known This also accounts for the saying U One bottle of Ayers is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind SIM ktdoI All famlrti ffi Prif se Save Sal eoqlM wLS Ml4 Isake t54 bSSt 4ie5i agd y can pussibly as write dCSV freely Tea wIll vachs spt5- p4witrss 44 LDftato u c r +++ + CALL AT + +++ JfmDJ1Ji fit SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY I iV1 U L1QLE HEADQUARTERS FOR SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINES UPPLIE S Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty iSrOFFiCE opposite Court- House with Freeman Bros Janl7ly Remember That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N Depot 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 FL IiGOT1 an2Stf KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or dJgestiCdfi approach it in efficiency It In pennanritlycurcsIyspepsla Nl1usel1JSlfPrepared by E C DeWItt ACo Cljlcaao For sale by Perry Thomas RECRflFORWEA TriO rrrftt rrtuch rcmrcly Is within easy secmofcrcryAmnIean It arts powerfully nod Perfect is the scfcJsOd 1 l5triGCliCi0 Yonncmcn Pjmiil tIir lcd Parhicl arid iii Men i Ill recover tUtlr yi ntfl Vrr It fits oro Icr Dnslntss rtnv t tn nlan PCCENECO It ISo reatrt fctTS nrr reM h this carnf be carom th tt occt DymlU CUO crt xer clxrrrt tJ o chrfjl rfcr- hi romy h ro orcnrtctt n nroUrculara fro Address the A crteai eilco ot BoRDSiox rnnc0 COSI niF For sale by Perry t Thomas septl3ly For Sale 175 Acre of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dweling with eight 8 rooms good barn and buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation- church and school houses convenient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky A New Train West TM ST LOUIS LIMITED VIA Big Four RoUte EctlveApril s TO J TEXAS KANSAS AND SSOUR++ + 1Leave ClncjinatU iitO noon Arrive lnlijnipoUs 4 3s25 pm ArriveSLLHuIa tO pm iarlorCadh Modijrn Coaches DiniDI Car Ask for Tick ta via Bljj Fear Route iyAEM J LYC WPIliPi tAtt A T LA hGea1 t G OlNA 0- 1H ra i HARDWARE tt t Tht3tW4t E Syrucoso PLOWS ChiIIodH PAfiEFARM 11fENCE Harrowsc 5 Malta Corn Cultivators fit V New Departure Corn Cultivators McColm Soil Pulverizer si Plowsc=Horse Collars Pads Traces 13ack t bands Bridles Hames Plow lines Wood and Steel Double 2Trees Hoes Mattocks Build ers Supplies s The above we respectfully submit to your careful consideration Lvhen in the market at J f Living Prices GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE Ch DOUGLAS SIMMONS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE mchlly wttWANTED WLOGS LUMBER TREESjAddress C C MENGEL JR BRO maylmLOUISVILLE INCORPORATED KY 1 Madison Monumental WorksJESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PnOPRIETIQ Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +PIKE WORK A SPBGIALTY +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the ron of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes or buyers 1In W G GOUOHEIl one of the best workmen In Central Kentucky t8 in charge of our establisimmuent and thIs means satistsctcry work in every phse Parties living at a distance should write to us for eeigns which will be furnishedon application tJF YOUR PATRONAGE SOLIClTED1 JTSTITCES T H7 7UULrON Proprietor 71 71 17J IfIfThis Is The Oliver Plow 1ta tit IF YOU HAVE IUSED IT IOU IKNOW IT IS I THE BEST I IF YOU HAVE NOT WE WILL PROVE IT IS THE BEST E We are still handling the Brown Cultivator Haworth Corn Planter and the Best Harrow j on the market Also a full line of Collars flames J Backhands Bridles and all kinds Plow Gear and a liii line of ilaraware and Stoves = 5 +D U WlflTOMIBTl I COWLII u BVWIpNi wVl r MAI1 STREET RICHMOND KY I L A L 1r jI J 000 = 1rr r1F 1r t5h0w5th1Y0J IiNf T1ti Richmond Climax J C CHNAULTProprietor- A D MILLER Business Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900 PDULIUHMJ EVERY WKDNKSDAY B- YThe Climax Printing Co PRICE PICK YEAR 150 V RNMBNT 1ITIQi A A FAILS DEMOCRACY STRONGLY UPHELD Supreme Court Overturns Tay lors Tin Soldier Dynasty Tbe Bay loss From Butler Sees His Political Finish For when thO impenitent and wicked flee Ixwultd with crimes and infamy If any sense at that sad time remains They feet amazing terror mighty pains And acoet lor Indiana The decision of tlio Supreme Couit was recoivoil here flrt by telephone to iuvernur MuOeaiy and then con firmed by telfgnmis to the CLIMAX Iroin Congressman iiltKrt and the Iou jliII 0 Times Democrats were nveijiyed aiul butine was practically siisi iided The m tstenilmsiactic man in Madison county was Mr Henry B Dillinghain wilt innched himself to be sure he was awake then he shook hands with himself and offlm trotted to worry the existence out of several Republican mid Brown friends He was the center of various groups dur ing tho afternoon awl his characteristic way of rejoicing ev r Democratic victory wan the local event of the day Tho Supreme Court of the United Statue refused lo take jurisdiction in the Kentucky Bovuniornhip ease and dismissed tlm appeal of W S Taylor and John Marshall claimants r spec tl nll to till olllces of iovernor and Lieutenant Governor There was only one opinion tlitwontin from the conclusions of thn court this being h Justice Ilarlnn himself a KOlltUlkhll- iJllttce MrKenm iitrrewl in the conclu sion hut dit s rtnd fri m the reasoning anti Justice Brewer and Brown liolt- ithat tim ourt hid jurisdiction and altirniud the lie iiiiIiI nf the Kentucky Court The decision of tho court is a complete Democratic victor and re iiuvoe nil doubt LCriinv the titles of tiov Cioebel and Letnenant iovernor iMckhain who since the death ot the former has disciiarpjJ the duties of Governor opinionhiK overstep the bounds limiting its own jurisdiction mid that determination of eases of this character contests for State olllire must necessarily be settled by tho political branch of the GO em inent Ihat branch hud acted il the Ken tuck ease when the ietioral Assembly took jurisllic1 inn There was no appeal from the Assemblys decision which was favorable to Goebel and Kcrkhain useejit to time trihiiual of the people which tribunal the Chief Justice said wns always in sesoion He also SHill thu reisc was purely a StHto caie that Kentiifky was in the full poissoSnn of its nciilties sis It mem bttruf the Union and ihnt there HS no Milttrgtiic 1I1t tills liiie rallinj for inter ference 8TATK ItlCSIITS After ruviwi ii hit fiicts inthecafe Uliiaf J lIrio Kuiier siid It is olviiiibly i hiiial t i the inde IMiniluiM I tlie Mfites alll to their ranee mid iraiuiHIity that their power to prefKrfbu thifl jii ililifHtions 4il their oujl oltlics lilt tinnre of thtir ulllces tHe iimiiiier of hII el ciiou and i Iii Kniiiniis winch the ri huh als before which IIntltlIltll in which Mich elec tions lucy Iw cmite td should be ex cllteivf tinl Irei frmu external inlerfer lroviddhvMUCJ and where coirr vi rsica over tin Hevlion of S ne nlce have leached the Suite CMII IK in lift niniiner prnvid tilt and have IHCII iclt i nuiiid in acoml nnctt with State CiiiiiliiliniiR and law the wise must necessarily be rare in which tho interference of this court can be properly invoked AT PItA KYOItT Taylors Adjutant General received order so the lymlsviltu POI wild tr dilniiid thin niiititia tnt turn over his otllcH 10 jell Castlemun The capital wan a mtne of nujirec dented rejoicing and Governor Beci hum was over whelmed with con rjtulaiiuiis EDUCATED IIKKR- He was oilunit d here at Central Uni versity and tIme students Jlondny nijriit paraded the streets and kept the can CFiBrowefEo LEXINGTON Kv Its Easy to Figure their worth Just Abut t t Sideboards Wj bought unusually heavy of a certain line ol boards and find ourselves somewhat overstocked To riluee tin stock we give you choice of about 10 patterns ranging in price from 18 to 53 that are at least 25 per cent under the uinrkct valut Se Tlem F1BroerCp11 MAIN AND BROADWAY IEXINGTOi Ky- utJ PI 7 non booming on until far 1Thegle Is ended If there be dillererces of opinion let them be settled peaceably at the polls and not arbitrated at the mouth of a gun Certainly Democrats will resort to no sucli solufion of diffi culties and differences of State matters And surely the Republicans have learned a lesson from it that to the wise will be sufficient for generations THE Stanford SemiWeekly Interior Journal has been enlarged to a seven column instead of a shx column folio Always the best and brightest itis now where old Enquirer was in his famous race flrst the rest nowhere How ever so lone as we can keep in sight nf it we will take inspiration from the model newspaper of Kentucky PSONAL Dr Eugene Hume of New York is at homoIChiCRftoIsMiss Kit Chenanlt visited her uncle Col Overton II Chenanlt last Saturday Mrs J S Johnson and children of Danville are visiting MIT N J Ar nold Mr T C Davis spent last week with SharpinCol David Mar11of Corlin come down to attend time burial of his ida tie Mrs 18 Moberley Mrs Lizzie Logan Kean com pleted her studv of music in Paris reached home on Friday lust Mr Cas W T Tribble who has a lucrative position with a large Louis ville firm spent Sunday at homo Mi s Jean Anisden of Versailles at tended the burial of Mrs T S Mober ley While here Miss Amsden was the guest of Miss Florrie Cbeuault Miss Laura Lynn who has been studylnfklndengtrten workfsat home She is as sured of a number of pupils already Misses Lucy mid Lettie Crowe are at home from Virginia where they and their brother Prof Robert Crowe have been conducting a flourishing school Judge Win Chenault is spending a week with Mr Mink at the latters home near Guess shop on the Otter Greek turnpike below MrThos Plielps The High Brush Fishing Club has returned from Indian Lake huntsville Ohio They say they caught a whaling lot of tiali Affidavitsare want II Mrs R R Hurnams residence Friday at 330 p m the muncie class of SIrs W G White will give a recital which will certainly be a successful affair Mrs Alice Bronston Oldham of Fayette and Mrs T J Scott and Mrs Coolridge of Jessamine name over to Mm Moberlevti burial bringing beau tiful floral designs areInclashes in physical education for ladies and gentlemen They come splendidly recommended Uourbon News Mr Shelby Wiggins C U 03 has returned to Kichniiud after a long so journ in the Wept Ho may take up the study of law He was in college an orator and student and should suc cecil in the profession The Pramlennial Club will be enter tained Friday week for tho Inst time Ct Mr 11 R Roberts Election of oolliccrs will take place and the t1is rusnion of Christian Science follow IliH class is composed of Messm Roberts Moberey Jilanton Turner amiI Clark Supper at Joes at 7 sharp discussion at Governor McCrearvs ollhe Mr Richard W Dudley of Mexico m here visiting his parents Mr and MM T P Dudley of Waso Mr Dudley loft here whom a very young milan about twenty years pgo and lies made a fortune and fame in the irreat republic to the south of us He is over six feet tall weighs 230 is as handsome as a picture and is being warmly greeted bv his old Kentucky friends Mrs David Tevis oi Richmond is the guest of Mrs Tevls Wilkerson in Woodland Mrs W W Watts of Uiuhmond Ky and Mrs Field Mc ycitrdnvinMissouri who has been visiting Misses Fan Watts and Lila Harbought of Richmond Ky arrived yesterday to visit Mrs J J Cronauch on East High street President and Mrs It C Hagerman left yesterday loris visit to Charleston Indiana where President llacerman will deliver the haccalareate erinon for one of the colleges there Lexington Herald RELIGIOUS After two weeks qf morniuR and eve ning services daily the protracted meeting at the Baptist church closed lastTtiursday ith but one addition MARRIED yIttirnellBerea were married in the county clerks office Wednesday by Squire D P Armer HisLEFoRD At Richmond Wed nesday Owen Walker Hisle and Miss Jennie Ford were married Rev W n1 ceremonytheypoints The bride is a sister of Mrs Roger E of Elkin and timght school here for several years She is a general favnritu with all who know her and for several hiss fen a iiirinber of tho faculty of this Itirhmnnd city schools The groom JentlemanWinchlSter BIRTHS BUHCiif Dr and Mrs Wei by for gins home hiss been brightened by the birth of a Invelv little daugh- terDEAThS JOVES Mr Tones father of Mrs Jesse edford died at th home of hit SnnG8Yfternoon BROADDIIS Mm Wlmtie Broaddus vidow of Wm BroaddiiR died in Madison countyon May 20 aged 74 years was highly respected and nany relatives and who mourn deathVrsTAt tho home of her grand Hiiichter Mrs J F Lackey near White Station Saturday Mrs Bum liny West aged eiglity f glit veers Hpr death was die to time Infirnmtv of nee Interment took place in the family burying ground Sunday HENDERSON Orulcher Hendflwn a lightly respeected citizen of our ram munity died Saturday May 19ih FuneraL services conducted b Rev A W Crawford at the roKidpnoe attended blan unusually large con course A wife and two laughters mourn the loss of a devoted husband and father TBIBBLE Mrs NT Tribble died of paralysis of the brain at Shelbyville on Monday Deceased was the oldest daughter of the late Joseph Terrv of this county and sister of Mrs W L Crotchet of this city John J Terry of Paint Lick and Airs J 0 Hatranilecd Deceased was the wife of Mr N T rrilihlB brothnr of Mr Dudley Tribblo lila city Messrs J S Crutcher antI r S Hagan were among the pall tearers lurlals In Richrawvd Cenetwy for Four Years SWIB Rwnarkj thisCIAIIAX furashoilieics of interments for the past four repreitltofRichlltORdIEftiik aw 1tOf Ir t i11IIIIII1 p rlhwe Americas Greatest Spring Medicine tality of the community extending over a period of time during which our pop illation has grown to proportions naturally increasing the number of deaths and yet there were fewer burials last year than in 1897 and only two more than in 1E9G 1896 Number of Interments 72 1897 8ti 1898II ii 03- 18U9 II II 74 1900 to Mav III 23 Ours is one of the most beautiful cemeteries except those of the larger cilies in Kentucky the natural beauty nf the place being enhanced by many costly and handsome monuments We are informed that before next winter the corporation will erect a tnblic vault on the west side of the grounds that corpses may be deposited therein during inclement weather that frequently happens during a burial everybody to great bodily discomfort and liability to sicknessf- rom exposure Ve noticed many lots that are cared or under what is called the perpetual care system present a nice appear alice the year round Others sadly need attention Superintendent Shaw who iRa trained landscape artist would undertake to keep the cemetery throughout in a really firstclass condition if each lot owner would pay the smaH sum of lver is imlprovttlmem anti women who have control of our cemetery though they do not asp they should receive the gratitude and cooperation of all our citizens but particularly of those who IU1e loved ones Sleeping in the silent city of the dead Sad Close of a Beautiful Life She looted abroad and plumed herself for flightLike inmate longs to roam From this dull earth to seek her loved ones home Tell my friends I died of a broken heart was the message that fell from the tins ut ono of the loveliest creat mires that ever won the unreserved and unmeasured love of cur citizens Thus spake Mrs Ida4Moberley the Christian She in whom the graces wore so blended that all mankind could say The lerfect Woman Nobly Planned1- Is dead Hers is a remarkable case On Aug 7 1895 while at Virginia Bench her husband and children Geneva and Seville were bathing in the serf The children got beyond their depth and wcru with difficulty rescued by the lather who himself was swept to his death by the treacherous undertow be fote the horrified gaze of his devoted wile The story of the tragedy is thus briefly told Three days later the lang est i mie ra procession in the history of the county followed the remains of Col Moherlny to their last resting place Little did we think then that the cold clods that lell upon the pulseless1 breast broke the heart of lila lifes companion the gifted beautiful loved and loving wife She was paralyzed with grief For mouths she help leSS ItS a ncivborn babe and two years draggedslinvle bv befnre her feet touched the verdant earth or her eyes gazed upon the azure sky Heaven was veiy close to her but earth was still linked by the two dear children that remained Wealth she hail uncount ed friends they were legion and lov ill 1 but her heart in its unutterable sorrow pintd fur the touch of the van ished hand the sound of the voice that was still From boyhood to young ever1IIIIIifUI only solace of her stricken heart The spectacle of this mutual attachment was beautiful to contemplate It was tilt perfection of a daughters unselfish de votion buoying up tIme afflicted and de spoudent mother Time latter once more emerged from the gloom into the light her church her charities her children and the grave of her beloved dead filling the measure of her activi ties But look Theswish of a leaden wing stirred the dolitude of the oft stricken home and beautiful Geneva turned her soft eves toward lien mother and slept Gods hammer had struck its heaviest blow I Time tragedy was almost complete Friends who dreaded before now despaired The crisis was at hand March 3 the daughters gentle spirit winged itself to time home beyond the stars and from that moment the mother was inconsolable The skilled physician the minister of God and aged mother all all were Unavailing The poor heart was in an ecstasy of pain the soul longed for a reunion with the idols gone before and for days before the welcome summons came methinks the waning wasting woman prayed 0 memory thou lingering murmurcr In lifes broken shell Die thou since all else Is dead I loved so well On last before the sun leached time meridian the spirit of this consecrated Christian burst the chains that held it and she was surely reunited with the love l ones in Paradise Her wish was gratified when death knocked at her chamber door He found the household in oider and an angelic soul inpatient to begin the journey to the Monday the home was crowded with sorrowing friends to witness the last sad rites The address Was made by Uev B J Pinkeiiun of Htisiuu viile a touching prayer by Elder Lloyd muter which the procession wendcil its ssy to the reinetery It may be re marked here as ti coincident iLat this lust carriage was at tile Methodist church as tim funeral car entered the Cemetery lour less than followed Geneva ten short weeks ago At the grave Mr Pinkertou prayed and read the following poem a favorite of the de ceased in which we setm to see her ifi communing with lierabeenthusbundthe references to the sea being sharp re mjpl1tni of his tragic death The OiTnihg8 weie most profuse and the scene one long to be remembered Deceased leaves one sou Air B Neville Moberley and her inotherMrs Lettitia Brasfiold The latter has now buried tho last of seven children and w left alone with winnows crown ol stir row remembering happy dUd while misery is at bund Mm Moberley leaves a large estate valued altogether including that ol her hubbiiiiil at over SlOJ 000 of which are 2 000 micros in aim Peace to her ashes be C E At even oral midnight oral the cokcrow nit or tn the morning It may bo In the evening When the work Ol the day Is done Ami you have time to sit in the twiljjht Anu watch lie Kinking sun Wullo the lung bright day dies slowly imr the tea holyWithWhile ou bear the village children fassing along the street footstepsMayTherefore I tell you Watch By the light of the evening star inkyAsLet the door be on the latch In my home gloamingIIt may be when the midnight Is heavy upon the land dumblyAtongihemoonless close And the lights are out in the house When the fires burn low and red loudlyBeside couchStiltIn the dark room midnightIII may be at the cockcrow slowlyIk holyWthe golden sun WWch draweth aik- al11tPWiMa tJte va Vwt Si4dIiht Ii And my morning star is fading fading Over the bill Behold I say onto you Watch Let the door be on the latch In your home In the chill before the dawn Between the night and morning- I may come It may be in the morning When the sun is bright and stron sharplyOverWhen the waves are laughing loudly Atonic the shore And the little birds are singing sweetly About the door youYouAnd the neighbors come in to talk a little Of all that must be done But remember that I may be the next To come In at the door To call yon from all your busy work For evermore As yon work yonr heart must watch For the door is on the latch In your room And It may be in the morning- I will come So He passed down my cottage garden By the path that leads to the sea Till He came to the turn ot the little road Where the birch and laburnum tree Lean over and arch the way stayAndAn I wept at the cottage door blesslngThen doorwayLeaning Not heeding the fair white roses Though I crushed them and let them fall pathwayAnd wonderingWhen me AngelWho goethIncottageToward Isuppose be was come down At the setting of the sun villageWhoseAnd he pansed before the door placeAnd a smile Was on his face givenToWho is the glory of onr blessed heaven The work and watching will be very sweet Even in an earthly home Aud in such an hour as you think not He will come quietlyEvery brightlyISurely it is the shining of His facel placeBevondshortlyToAnd when a shadow falls across the window OfmyroomWhere my appointed task I lift my head to watch the door and ask If lIe has come sweetlyInOnly a few more shadows And lIe will come Row Raised al C UCenlre Game Following are extracts from time Dnn yule Advocates good natured but woe fully erroneous account of tho base ball game here last week between the ancient rivals Centre College and Central University In time classical language the street the Centre College base ball team got it in the neck at Richmond Wednes day In tho first place the Richmond folks had on the team several men alleged by the Centre students to be the rankest sort of ringers wellknown Louisville amateurs but Centre concluded to let that pass Any simpleton who had watched time progress of the C U and Centre teams this spring would know that Centre could soundly drub the Rich mend aggregation ringers and all on a square deal The Centre men were naturally very sore over the treatment they received in Madison They took with them a strictly college team and expected to play clean gentlemanly game and et the best side win If they encountered methods of the opposite character they have the satisfaction of knowing that their hands are clean Next they objected to Mr Clarence Woods assail umpire but the manager of tim l U team gave his word that at the first complaint Mr Woods would be asked lo stand aside They diJnt want an umpire accept able to Centre They had determined to get this game no matter how This and other unsportsmanlike conduct precipitated a row and the Centre team left time lIed woollyCentrethis morning Oil a special train to wit ness the base ball game between Centre and Central The game promises to be an exciting one Danville Advocate The above embraces the gist of the contention of the Advocate which is hereby dismissed as not guilty for it is onlv a sympathiser and not a specta tor of the ridiculous babv exhibition by its team of infants last week Ridi cule is not argument but as the Advo cate had not tim latter in stock on this occasion we shall answerfun with facts FACTS Central University played no man not a bona tide student On account of our team being badly pitcherCollinsshortstop Logans sprained ankle we playinNewman is not a student and was shut unto Centres coach hired and paid for services rendered is a s udent of Con ire Thate tim difference between the two traineis twixt tweedledum and tweedledeeThere two umpires officiating one from each city who alternated at base decisions and ballsstrikes Umpiredhiattdeveloped that in time only dispute on rules lie was absolutely correct not requiring a man to retrace the bases on a fiiut hit Mr Fauver here exhibited his ignorance or his bulldozing tactics by kicking against the decbioll that was correctOf 5 strikeouts her own Umpire called three Of C Us 2 strikeouts he called one Mr Woods called two bases on baUd On Moss but no one was on bases Here in what happened while Centres openingiilfltflgand conceit was knocked out of Centre Chatham knocks two bagger Toy reaches first on Tompkins errur Me Clanaban singles Chatham scores Anschiiiz out short to first Thompson s Cashes out 3 bugger and tit scored on ERROR by 1st base Scott flew to Fauver Benton grounds to 1st 4 scores Thats what surprised Fauver ami paralyzed MosS the invincible pitcher umpirIngmen striking out I Second inning Fauver and Buchanan flew out to Thompson and Bruce fanned Then C U took up the hammer and smashed their hearts out Dick bison struck out hut Chatham bits 2 Itllg eli scores on Toys single Woods declared McClanahan out for hem lilt by butted ball Toy and An8clllltz score on latters home run Thompson out short to first By this C U bind literally run the fielders to death and rolled up 7 scores Centre blank Let us insert right here time whole truth Centred rooten astbu Advocate terms them wild and woolly came ganieAmongpnojbat Centro would score more runs alItNowTemple our men made 4 rune in the untIerWoodswere sure to lose their betel for Moss wasbluffHoroitOllldedr1thAnschntz was at tIm bat end Sloes MW visions of home runs jat6reso tlie kick y Faaver that lie taucl W out roy wAs cwrrfed to the extrso4 Ctrii HB Ijipo a U loftmnM by j- astii xrraljons of iJJsjjtirtwl foes and fricnils among tIp latter professors niui VisitorS fwin Danvilli- Tlw nnlIl 3 Vntre inirto were while Woods uinpirnil wliirli is cumu lative eviJence that it was not time list tens rotten nnipiilns but Centres 3 costly errors her inability to hit Dickinson soul C U merciless pound inp of Lord Moss that won the irame 8 to 3 not 7 to 4 ns the Advocate line it Harry you can edit a paper but bad you witnessed the baby net of your boys you wouldnt have printed a hue about their visit to Rirhnioiid Presses For Sale 33x47 Cottrell Sons drum cylinder press good PS now Prints a sheet twice tho size of this impression of time Interior Journal Or will sell a 141x22 Gordon used but little Newspapers will please mention that these presses era for sale and rail on us when we can do them H favor Stanford Journal PAINT LICK Mrs Thins Fox and Miss Hattie YeiFer of Panvillo are guests of Mrs J U Francis and fiuiily Mr F Colburn Clarke of New York City who has been visiting Miss mime C Wallace has returned to Cincinnati Miss May Taylor of Richmond Is the guest of Mrs Dettie M Hudson Mrs Robt Sauce has returned homo after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs E H Ballard Communion services will bo held at New Hope church May 27th Prepara tory services begin Friday night Pastor Rev L I Echols will be assisted by Rev Zernow of Kirksville All are cordially invited to attend Mr and Mrs Joe Adams leave this week to visit tho latters relatives at Cleveland Rev Mr Smith filled tho Methodist pulpit at Walnutta mourning and even mug Sunday MILLION Mrs Mattie Bryan is better Hattie lowery is not any better Mrs Henley Hadcti has the grip Mrs Reuben Lowery is on the sick list Mary M Tudor visited Richmond Thursday J n Young was around Monday taking tile school list Mrs Lizzie Jenkins visited Mrs Henley linden Monday Services at Antioch last Sunday con dueled Rev Ballon and had a large congregationJames returned home Monday after a weeks stay with friends au relatives at Sliver Creek D 0 YLESYILLE Mr and Mrs Ben Reeves of Waco are visiting relatives here A nice rain fell hero last Friday which helped the thirsty gardens very much placehmaspresent Mr and Mrs James Geiitrv of Waco spent a part of last week with the lat ters parents here Rev Grider t College Hill filled tin pulpit at this place last Sunday for Rev S W Peoples Mrs Cassie Durham was called to tin bedside of tier sister Mrs Debsy Eades of Fayette county one day last week who is very low and not expected to live long FROM ESTILL An Early Visitor at the Springs is Delighted With The Prospect for This Year KENTUCKYS GREATEST SUMMER RESORT ESTILL SPRINGS May 1900 Editor Climax If thou wouldst view fair Melrose might Go visit it by the palo moonlight said Waltar Scott and by the way they say he never saw it by moonlight until after he had written about it and lean say with equal truth If you would see Estill Springs the jem of time mountains at its best visit it in the glorious month of May when all time are singin Excuse my dropping into but one cannot help it at time Bpriul31t this season TIme graas is so wondrously green tho air is EO fresh and tho atmosphere is so clear that you feel like a young colt in a blue grass posture Of course there are not any regular guests here yet as tho Springs do not formally open until June lISt but Mr W H Thomas and family stay here the year round and are glad Itf wet come uiyone at any time xvho wishes to come Mr W 0 Davis the county at torney of Woo fonl county and a vvry bright and agreeable man was hoe rt centlv forms few and I uiuleis and that he was delhthtedat1 wants to bring his family over this month- I tell you when a follow gems up thrte flno mornings and takes a hot sulphur bath in one of those big porc Iain lined tube ami then goes and pU a drink of ho writer lie begins to fear that there are not provisions enough in Estill county to satisfy his appetite for breakfast but when he readies the dinning room lie finds that the cook has seen him and gone him one better Will Thomas is a judge of good eating from way back and I have stopped at4 a day hotels in my tune whom thpydoimproving so much lately that you re elrytimeto have made up his minl to giveit a hug reputation if it takes a mint of money It lies always been a good owmmirshmplUt jollellhisI would advise nil who can to come here early in the season while the air id 80 pure anti you can take such grand long walks In July cud August like to keep under the cool smilo of the great forest trees and the idea of exertion is not fascinating limit in May and June you enjhy rambling a ont tremendously I am anticipating much pleasure in coming over hero this summer 1 he lieve a milan tall keep his family hero during the hot ninnths nearly as cheap HS he OlIn at home running ovcr to see them whenever possible and then think nf the gains to them in health and pleasure Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars ro ward for caso of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure OWeF J Cheney for the last i5 yearJ ansi nilbUt4lncsstransactiOlls madebyDruggistsToledo OHallsnally acting directly upon thai blood and uaacous surfaces of system Testimonial sent free centsH211N y lin will make you a LmseedlJ25 per gallon None better at any price T A FAIR OFFER I will fill any order for you at the seine price for anything fn time jewelry line that you can get from any other city SeJected from anybodys cata Ibguethat you may have thereby say ing you of ordering ullyjanSlyrT AIIMER Master Commissioners Sale Wade Thompson PlUsNotice of Sale ULutyy By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at tile April Term thereof 1900 in the above style cause the undersigned will on MONDAY JUNE 4TH 1900 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m at time Court House conlltyKyproceed to expose to public sale to the bidder the following described property viz A tract of land containing 12 acres situated on Hammonds Fork of Otter Creek In Madibon county Ky and adjoining the lands of Lucy Daniels Thomas Thompson Dudley Tribble and Dock Dcathernge TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months TIme purchaser will be required to dye bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have tIme force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from the dav of sale with a lien reserved said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT Jf C M C C Beauty In The Home Wall paper is the keynote of beauty in every room There is no excuse for torn or mussy paper on any room in your home while we arc selling all grades of wall paper for at least onethird less than you can t31buy similar grades at other storesNeither i is there any excuse for old fashioned inartistic paper EI1vben our line comprises only the most beautiful and upto Ft date patterns on the market We sell PHUbnrg paper lowest In price and handsomest in designsGeo M Willging WallpaperWindow ShadesPic ture Frames Paints Oils Var nishes Brushes Glass etc Stock the largest Prices always time lowest Your inspection re quested 209 W Main St Richmond Ky IwfIiiTIME TO uyi rjNat Nobby Nice Dress Goods j 1 = j AW INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CON VINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE THEM AND I THAT OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT j HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SILK GINGHAMS AT v rE few patterns of Japanese Wash Silks at 49c their real value is aucIT3= Dont forget our Percales and Ginghams we have them in the styles and shades at PRICES to suit you Linen Skirts at 3c Scotch Lawnslat 5e Our Lassa Quilts at 59c 75c and on up to 135 willspeak for them selves when you see them Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts 99c Ladies Silkatino Skirts all colors 49 and 79c Ladies Silkatine Skirts deep flounee corded ruWe all colors ODe Infants Caps at 9c Infants Embroidered Silk Caps at 25c Ladies Blacked Ribbed Hose special grade 2 pair for 25c Dadies Lace Stripped Hose 25c Childrens Hose in fast colors at lOc Ladies Jet Belts at the very low price of 25e Dont overlook our line of Covert and White P K Skirts We feel sure that our stock will please you and you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread still goes at 4c OUR BARGAIN J SHOE SALE IS STILL GOING ON Come early or you will be too late to secure a bargain for the stock will soon be gone at the prices we have marked them L0wEMJPUBLI RENTIN I willrent publicly on the premises at 3 oclock Thrthy May 4 l my farm of 160 acres known as the Pumpkin Run Farm on Big Hill pike 2 12 miles south of Richmond This land at croplofvested this season Mrs John M Foster FOR SALE I One registered Ball and twenty bigbirrade Cows and Calves privately II not sold by September 1st 1900 will tell publicly aim rent my farm and other personal property Some of these Cows are extra good milkers W T BARNK3- may94m Richmond Ky IJOPLIN220222 W Main St It is our aim to offer to patrons k uptodate furniture at prices as favorable as anywhere within reach A andwith this view we are daily adding to our stock the latest goods 2 Call inspect for yourself You will lp PSHgeneral satisfaction guaranteed I Read below upBedroom4t1 4 upRookingjj upExtension Also ask to see our full line of 1 Folding Beds Cots Springs P Mattresses Ladiest Desks Chif foniers etc s I Carpets afid mattings 3AT1dh GQST FOR CASH UNDERTAKING ASPECIALTYs- i Respectfully iiIV j S JOPLIN Night Phone 1 1 6 Day Phone 73 C Watch For Our Grand 1 riOPENING lii 5 In fact everything in the Carriage line can be found at our shop Only the best material arrie W rRs JOHN DONELSON Proprietor 1 f Of Standard Books and v Stationery L5 LorentoCleopatraBaron Munchansen JrC BllbyDrJekylandMr ag FaulknerAdventures OhnetGrecian WinterBoydban HawthronoWitch wiW HawthorneElizabeth ilua tale founded on fact 43 Kilpatrlck Moore iLV ltesdehandyA SLudy In Scarlet Do i- erc IrvineDoraw JukaiCrowne Cricket on the Hearth Dickens ChlOons Marriage A SmartCarlBartlettEnglish Harry or Lessons we Trust PhillipLifeItattlebeactg ARIAL BUEFHAQMI carriagebuggy KentucKY IBARGAi GiltcVolumec lluntleyk 3CUTOIL 1BeyorttiCompareGibbon Through the Looking Glass and what Alice found there Illustra ted Carroll lfDKmbryEarlyChris Norris linda and Blossoms or Wreathes of fFriendship Authur 1 Tho LongfellowRnmola Virginia Housewife a good 1Q RandolphThe 1J1TheSKnickerbocker Waverlev Scott Fairy Tales and Stories Dr Dnlcken Red Gauntlet a tale of the 18th Century Scott StcpnlakllfeThe Economical Cookbook on Practical Cooking of today Mrs VBrownsNew Testament Bev John Brown D D SpecialCorrespondent hThe Antiquary Scott Young Folks Natural Hlstoriy II BilbyTheTwenty Thousand Leagues Under VerneFamousLife and Speeches of McKinley la paper binding 2Scta Dickens Complete Works in nice Red Imitation unRussia Leather Binding 15 Volumes Complete 374 1h Barnaby nudge and other stories 8 Little Dornit NicholasNicklebyw AJ4 Martin Chuzzlewit Oliver Twist and other stories5 Dombey and Son 1J Our Mutual Friend PaperspIts19wstories 15 Christmas Stories 4 Thackerys Works in same Binding as Dickens tf Worksall 10 Volumes at 274 Roundaboutpapersi gThe Newcomes 8 Vanity Fair1 4 Paris Sketches 9 The VIrginians 15 Pendennls liiPhillip Elliotts Works in Brown Cloth Binding Six Volumes 189 I DcrondaEl Spanlb Spy Poemsea l JEdna Lyalls Works in Dark Brown Cloth Bind tking Six Volumes 189 1 Knight Errant 4 Won by Waiting rC1 2 Donovan 5 In the Golding3 We Two 6 A Hardy Norseman- Books s for small children from the Itlostrnted ABC Book at 5cio Win tt ten Stories at 25c printed on good cardboard and about 100 pages or more i1 DICTIONARIES ago anp Indexed aatonyas norn do plumes Foreign Phwea Aey1allons 1c Same M above without lader Jt nri Sambasaboro I IS only cheaper bhnding SU Pck5 Editios 15 Sheets Note 25 4c Nice Boxes of Paper andaveessi4ablafoepresenlalOand1 LeadPeg1s 123 nail Sc I 8 and iDa Pen PnInt Sc all makesb edgeneDaybooks S8 UKolo Books Compositions c from I to LRespectfully Submitted E + ELDER u- trI r JnU ir h In Union There Is Stfength toMrpast favors and to ask a continuance ofsatne Mr Baldwin calls attention of his friends to his partnership in the business and solicits a share of their patronage The high gjjade of goods and reputation of this store will be maintained DEATHERAGE BALDWINSu- ccessors to E Deatherage Co The Richmond Climax I WEDNESDAY MAY 21 1900 r IWewant to sell our stock ofJUhina and are going to offer it at slaughter prices Come in and select before it is picked over Garden seed of all kinds Few flower bulbs left I Nice lot Tomato and Cab bage plants Plain and fancy Lamps selling low Come arunning Doors open at 7 oclock this morning McCANN DEATHERAGE Srtve nionoy and get a suit froth Stouflbr maiHtf Suits from 10 UI to measure at Sloullers marl4 tf tWuuuugllteersfrom Call and leave your measure at StouITeis tim tailor inarH tf Fancy shirts in new styles at Stotif fuiV marl4tf KettthIkyCirriago Iliguins Litxon can offer yon some bargains in voliirles may lin White Wash Brushes lOc up at Willgings v Ice crflHin cupper Saturday at SiieiuB Hill school 7 to 10 p in ntar White Hull Our motto is strictly cash nest groreries at lowest prices tf 1L A BAXTER Mgr Little Mm Deiitlipmge is nursing a prankjugIf you have shy oak axh poplar or walnut logs or treed anti wish to sell them for cash write or tall on IOY SoiKK Co nov206m Nicholasville Ky Dont buy a suit until von Fee Stoiitiors mar4tf Mv guarantee is that every StilL of Clothes shall give perfect satisfaction brrli leaving the shop do not charge fur clothes that do not fit CIIAS JACOlt- Sfehlltf The Tailor Se ijtuiitror fur men and boys clothing mnrli tf Something new in Mens Clotititig at his lnc ills 1If has finest broughttoluivmt ami iroods the best Call and inviftigate feb2lif Groat npHiliinity oPrpt to cood riiiibu mull ahiry of Sl per a eik- and uxt iiBs fur innn with rig to inlio clnce our Poultry Mixture and Inject stroyer in tlipcuuntry t end stamp Amrrican Mfg Co Terre Ilnnie Ind 2Sfebly Tho new cutter can fit OIl at Stiutlrtis lIIarH If Agents on silnrv of Slo per week and expanses thn tr fatcs agent roller ever produced vry stock and ouliry niicer buys it on sight Hustlers want stampAtnerkati2Sfebly Stouflitr the tailor makes pniiR to fit marUtf Tailor made vests at Stouffers See the new style hats nt Stouffers Have suits matte StonfTer and save fiOIIl11rHtfCallon Higuins tt Lnxon for low prices in Buggies and Road Uagons mayO 1m onISIissTho Harber Coal Yard is for rent property sale or exchange for city or country Anew and latest improved Nation atthisSee Hicgius Luxon for Ducgies and Carriages Prices the lowest ina Jlm Gen Clay will admit visitors to his grounds between 2 and 6 p in They are not to pull the fruits or flowers The Enterprise Grocery will sell you more goods for Si 00 than any house in Richmond n A BAXTEiiMgr tf A fine carriage recently done over good as new for sale Apply to Mrs J Speed Smith or Miss Mariawillie Smith at post of lice The fine meadow of Mrs John M Foster will ho rented tomorrow after thePumplinExpress Agent Grinrtead is temporarily acting Cashier of the Adams ex ExagentMuncie poorhouselast week for a term rf two years lie was also made jxi physician winch place he his had lor eighteen years Pee advertisement elsewhere of Mrs J M Fosters public renting A mistake was made in tame in our hlst issue Instead of the signature being as it shoul have been the ad was signed Mrs Jane Foster For Rent A neat five room cottace near the Episcopal church Price SIO per month Apply to Uu EVANS 25aprtf For Sale A new Deering Binder just used one pureToulouseV U POWELL ISiprGw Red House Ky FMnterpriscGrocery ceris for cash than any grocery house in Richmond R A BAXTER Mgr tf WiJlging makes Window Shades and Picture Frames in allstyles and sizes from lOc up For Rent Sale or Exchanqe The well known Harber Coal Yard on Orchard street and J i N tracks for rent sale or exchange for city or country property Inquire of Jo S Joplin Furniture Dealer Ice Cream Supper The Science lull school near White supperSaturilayIistt Jet Library Refreshments will be served from 7 till 10 p in Everyone cordially invited Blue Grass Tournament Tlie annual school tournament of the Blue Urass league ncciirs at Winchester May 24 25 and 20 tomoarow Fri day and Saturday It will be one of HighSchoolCup Frazee Honored Gen John H Castleman Chairman of the Confederate Parade and Review has asked Capt h J Frazee of theMe Crt IrV Guards ttii4 city to servo as a member of the committee on review May ao in the mounted parade Big Time at Berea H A R Memorial Day nt Derea next Wednesday Addresses by lIon W B Smith and Rev W It Lloyd On June 13 tho Commencement Exercises of Berea College occur Ad dresses by dUtiuguibhed Eastern speak ora Public Training Stabl- J Emhry and S Wilcox hav lug joined in partnership for the pur pose of handling horses have opened a public stable at the fair gronnds Any one having colts to break or horses to be handled for sllel will do wIll to see llaproin Einitk WILCOX Wall Papers 4 and5c Gilts 6c Dark rich Greens Blues and Reds 9c up to the finest Handmade goods Enor mous stock Newest colors and designs We Are Now ReadyiF With the largest and most complete line of SHOES HATS AND lVIElJS- FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things and at PRICES that will please you to buy We 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 we are the CHEAPEST house in RichxnondW j RICEARNOLDMa- inStreet Richmond Ky apr11at j I sir srf j 225 to Louisville On account of the annual re union of the Confederate Veterans at Louisville Ky May 30 to June 3 the L ticketlltofinal limit to June at 225 CM Browning O P A Mr Wools Horse Found Wo are Informed that Mr J B advertllledIntlaeter by a reliable colored man Goo IfGeorgetimebussflew Residence The pretty cottage erecting on AVwit willbepied bv Mr P M Iopon f iuily fin niValnutquite pretty The fmiKlutioii is tin work of Mr Kmz Hlul is iiotably ex eel lent Will Richmond Have a Fair partiesitolflopbycolhisiotifor that and other reasons be abandon MrJCaldwell Commencemeut The commencement of Caldwnll CourtHouseMissesWillieUydia Walker Annie Todd Bessie Mossie Parrish and Alma Rice and Messrs E P Eads and J Q Million Mr Ituv Miller will deliver the address Succeeds Prot Clark We overlooked mention of the fact that Prof Brock late Principal of Cald well High School hall succeeded Su resignedProf lreparatory ignstocounty Gavel From the Battlefield of Richmond Col Bennett H Young will receive this week for use at the convention of the Confederate Veterans at Louisville next week a gavel made from a locust tree located on the Green B Turley place east of the Richmond cemetery where the bloody battle of Richmond was fought Major General Povntz and cityareBlue Grass Sred That Will Come Up I willsell 3000 to five thousand twohutidredTerms cash paul in advance to mo in person White Hall No letters CASSIUS M CLAY 5191900 BeglaterLexington Leader Paris Kentuckian Citizen will publish CLAY may23tf We Located Him Last week we received from Manila a letter signed Erroll Good a soldier oi time 37th US luf hut we could not place the boY anti asked for facts con cerning his identity Yesterday Mrs Alibie Good liurgiu wrote us that Er roll Good is a brother of Mrs Eugene Burgin of Boonesboro also is a grandson of our good old friend Squire Win Williams deceased We now distinctly recall the day young Good enlisted and told him good bye Pearls in Fishs Head Rev L H Reynolds former pastor of the Mt Zion church recently spent two days fishing this side of Station Camp Estill county and reports a white perch 20 inches long weighing four pounds Out of its head he tookItwo beautiful pearls one of on exhibition at Mr G W Pickets harness store Elder Reynolds says pearls are invariably found in the head of the white perch On the ones al luded to he says be noticed the distinct outlines of a gavel Mr McCreary Wins Time decision of Judge Scott in the case of Irvine vs McCreary appealed to the Court of Appeals was sustained thereby forbidding the closure of the alley between the store of W D Old haui and the one in the rear thereof Mrs Irvine owns the alley and the stores but the alley supplies light to a store adjoining belonging to Gov Mc preventingpropertylionMcCreary From Texas This Message to Friends In Ken lucky MORMON GROVE TEXAS May 14 1900 Editor Climax Find enclosed 150 for the CLIMAX for another scar We cannot get along without a Richmond paper We love 10 keep the names and doings of the old Mmliton county people in our minds Our long stay tlieui was a happy one mind we want it refreshed once a week through through the paper GIIour regards to all the peopleW IJ SALE Madison Institute Closes The commencement of Madison Fe tattle Institute of this city will be Lelti from May 20 to May 31 The Rev J H Garrison editor of the Christian Evangelist of St Louie Mo will de liver the Baccalaureate sermon The Itev F M Tinder pastor of the Christian church of Carlisle will deliver the sermon to the Young Womans graduatingclati iarrishMidway3eorgia Heudreii Stella Tomplemau and nettle Breck of this city MajorGenlNot content with the appointment of Dr J M Poyntz as Major General of tho Ky Div Confederate Veterans Dr rigGelllmaster General and Dr L J iVazee to serve as a member of the commit tee on parade the crowning honor falls to Dr to serve as Chief of the Parade bordcr of Genl John B aunouncinghiera Poyiitz on Monday This gives him time rank of Lieutenant General Still Urging Mr McCreary to Run By common consent we use a true and triod horse when we have a rough road and a heavy load We select that kind of a man when the times require con sistent action a cool bead long experi euce antI undoubted ability We are in the midst of just such times now and Gov James Ji McCreary is just the man for the occasion He has matte a model Governor and he will be equal to any emergency if elected next November Bravo true tried capable and a sure winner I nominate him for re election Lot me hear from all eec lions of the State on this important question Lancaster cor Lancaster Record Mrs Oldhams Musical Those friends of the pupils of Mrs Mary lattie Oldham who came in late Monday night to attend time musical at tho court house were doubtless stir prisn to find time large edifice BO crowded as to put standing room at a premium This was a high ment to the popularity of the teacher and her large class The program em braced selections vocal instrumen DudleyfJolYland Nellie Wflgors Annie Todd Nannie Hunt Powell Verda Samuel Etta May Wagors Anne COHDV Minnie Dykes Coyle Katharine Wagora and Sudie Danny Several of the se lection were of rare excellence but all were creditable attesting the superior abilHyof the teacher who fe one of the eat accomplished cotMctentkHM anti nhtrILracOri lUitM State ef Ventttuky 7 ejtlYl 1 GOQns t IN ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MENS WEAR Come and see what we are showing in Eight Ten I Twelvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines of Ainus N- ewSTYLISH SUITS 1 give you the Jthese goods for therPRICEWe are also showing all the new things in Furnish someGREAT1 Suits and all heavy goods that we want to close out V and will save you money on every article These rA same goods will cost you more money next f- allCovingtonMtcheu I e o Tuesday May 29 1900 is time dayof Oldhama combination real estate sale which will take plact at Lexington Ky on the premises of over twenty pieces of choire improved property If you are thinking of mov ing to Lexington to educate your chili dren or want investment property this will be a grand opportunity to secure a bargin As Mr Oldham liatt listed no property that is not absolutely for sale Carriages accompanied by a brass band will convey all bidders to each piece of property Round trip tickets for sale on all railroads For further information address Chas K Oldham Lexington Ky Dream of a Mexican Veteran Realized Mr T C Davis of this city tells us ofa dream he had when in the Mexican war that came true Long before the battle of Snltillo he hal a vision of that costlyfountainhis dream he saw exactly what he found when his regiment the 1st North Carolina entered the city under Gen Taylor Mr Davis wad a roommate of tTlyrscs R Grant at West Point antI heard Clays last speech in the UsSenate He often heard Our Ureat Senators Clay Webster Calhoun and Benton speak when they were in the zenith of their glory Mr Davis is 79 years of axe born May 21 1821 Confederate Decoration Day Saturday May 20 at 10 a m all pet soils in sympathy with the tentiment of strewing tiowers on the graves of dead heroes are requested to meet with us and take In beautiful service Pring flowers with you The schools and colleges are invited topresentProgramPrayer by Rev J K Smith Stings bv male quartette The following gentlemen are request ed to act as marshals to preserve order antI keep all persons from driving on burial lots over graves etc Dock Herndon chief marshal James Neale and Frank French assistants Respt DAVID CIIKSAULT N B UgvniKitAUE Here Is Loyalty To Goebel SupremeCourtsat the CLIMAX office Monday a feeble old man crowded up front and with his hand to his ear listened intently to the messages bearing the glad tidings of Democracys triumph Read it again cried the old man and when we had poured the good news into his willing ears he smiled and said I am satis fled I want to be buried with this pointing to a Goebel button draped in black crepe on his lapel And the crowd ceased its jubilation as theI lI1yfrommybreastBuglesMillcast his first vote Democratic 57 years ago and his last vote fur Wm Goebnl longinterimFrom Evan Settles Widow A few weeks ago Mr Elliott Poe Smith of this city won the aniiuul declaimers contest at Central University with the oration of the late Congress man Evan E Settle Robert E Lee which Mr Settle delivered in Chicago at a celebration of the birthday of the Southern warrior The CLIMAX made note of the victory by the Richmond boy which so pleased tho widow of the dead Congrefaman that she IS moved to make this kindly acknowledgement OE TOY KY MyDar2fr Hooefe I have Just received Your excellent paper and readwith a very sad pleasure the marked notice I write to cx press my sincere thanks fur both and must say that on reading it I felt my dear husband coming back to me in his immortal influence How sweet to know that his name and the deeds of fiis pure life will not soon fade aafrom time nmeltloryof his friends Thanking1 you again the beautiful tribute to Mr Settle smith assuring vou of my lasting appreciation I am his sadly bereaved wife May 9 1UOO LIZZIE n SETTLE Interesting Relic oi the Civil War The Cincinnati Enquirer of January 1802 contained a special from Wells ville Ohio referring to a copy of the Vicksbmg Miss Citizen of July 2 1863 printed on wall paper in the pos session of H E Frost of that county and gave the two items below from ft- Mrs W B Benny of this city hits an original copy of the same paper She has it nicely framed and considers it Quito a relic It undoubtedly is n gen Bennyhasfaded frazzled appearance indicates great age The paper is framed and in possession of the editor pf the CLIMAX The first item was written on the above date but before the paper was printed capturedVlcksburgsecond as a note on July 4 Ox DiTThe great Ulysses the Yankee Generalissimo surnamed Grant hiss expressed his intention of dining in Vicksmrg on Saturday and celebrating the Fourth of July by a grand dinuer c When Bilked if lie would invite General Jo Johnson to join lie said No for fear there will ue a row at the table Ulysses must get into the city before he can line in it The way to cook a rabbit is to first catch your rabbit Ac e Two dllYs bring about great changes The banner of the Union floats over Vicksburg General Grant has caught the rabbit He has dined in Vicksburg antI IIP did bring his dinner with him The Citizen lives to see it For the last time it appears on wallpaper No more will It eulogize luxury of kittenurgeSouthern more This is the lait wall paper edi tion and is excepting this note from the typo as we fouad tbetn It will be valuable hereafter cs a enrkwily Theory look well Mbilt K doa not moant to anytktofr wkJKMrt pl dueH W hsc ii 7 rA A Stitch in Time May Save Richnond from Destruction We understand the hose reel used by thattinRichmond firehosebrImniethiateder wagon in enroute to the fires YOUflP fLiveIP dutiesandconstipation be cured If you take fC ZJil3 PillsSoU by all druggists 25 cents lets of people who are going over to do Paris will be done Alone in 3Hilllcean or the train in tbe house or while at your office duties you are subject to disagreeable results fiom irregmilamr or SyrupPepsinindigestion sick headache and atom ach trouble Sold by druggists may 91 m Truth ia the highest thing that man may keep Chaucer Xothinc has ever been produced to equal or compare with Tamers Buckeye Pile Ointment as a curative and healing application for Piles FJslll1rpIII blind and bleeding external nal and itching and bleeding of thn rectum The relief is immediate and cure Infallinle Price 50 cents in bot ties tubes 75 cents Petty Thomas 2maylm The truest politeness comes of sincer ity Samuel Smiles Alas How Soon Forgotten anykindit happens to be headache or stomach trouble that bothers you take Dr Call wells Syrup Pepsin and you will not J only forget you ever had it but will know that you are not liable to have it again The dose U small and it IP pleasant to take Sold by nil druguists may9lm Tim most disagreeable person ia some times the one who agrees with every timing you say A Penny Saved Is a Penny Earned Economy is the lessen taught by this saying It is true economy to take Hoods Sarfianarilla at this season be- Cause it purifies enriches anti vitalizes the blood and thus prevents sickness anti puts the whole system in a state of EVtrybottle100 dosespositive proof that It is economy to take only Hoods Ponstipntion is cured by hoods- Pills 25 cents The flatterer usually practices upon himself For Whooping Cough Asthma Bron chitirt or Consumption no medicine equals Coussens Honey of Tar Price 25 slid 50 cents Perry Thomas 2maylm God doesnt strike averages the goid are good and the mean ale wean payPaulDr Caldwells Syrup of Pepsin is guaranteed to cure constipation indi geptinn sick headache and stomach trouble by all druggists mayO 1m Things always seem fairer when we look back tit them- PETERSBURG ILL Oct 13 1809 PKPSIN SVBVP Co Mnnticello III Gentlemen Our baby Esther has never tasted a drop of medicine other than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for more than a year It entirely cured her constipation She Is a lovely child and since I gave her onr medicino she has been perfectly health altho site has not been well and strong until we began using it We know of others who are lining it with equally good re suits Wishing you success Gratefully yours Mus C A TRUCKMULLER Sold by druggists mayO 1m Every religion is good that teaches man to be good Thomas Paine Rallards Snow Liniment cures Rheu matism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all ruin and inflammation The most pene trating liniment III the world Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 2may in The less power a noun Inn the more he likes to use J PettitSenn Totter SaltRheum tnd Eczema The intense itching and smarting incl allayedrykin Ointment Many very bad Tasifi Hisnippierhspped i and chronic sore eyes 25 ole per boz Dr Cadjn CewiitUm Powdcru are just a horse needs when in bid condition Tonic blood purifier atd vermifuge They aro not food but putahOTSeents per 1ACkge Of nil the paths that lead to a womans heart pity is the straightelt Beaumont I consider it not only H pleasure but a duty I owe to my to lull about thiii wonderful cure effected In my wise by the timely use of Chambfir tlRentedyflux and rocuree n bottle of this rente dy A few doMe ol It effected pernk ncnl cure It k plenMre in recoiBiending It to u4hri MtlMtif from tt Dcifrw Ul t ai TWENT PER CENT OFF= SHOI1SZHIIEIn I FINE SHOES and SLIPPERS and our Elegant Line of Mens Shoes we have decided to give a reduction of TWENTY PER CENT OFFOn all Shoe Purchases for 20 DAYS ONLY beginning May 9thetHOUR TlnYlTiVFALine of Ladies Fine Shoes and Slippers is the acknowl 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 will be deducted from the amount of every purchase in our Great Shoe Department for 20 DAYS NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SHOES Our stock is filled up with only the very choicest things in Mens 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 i days work on a few dollars spent buying Shoes A great many people imagine they cant buy a shoe worth wearing unless they go to a youtoTHERE IS NO SHOE STORE IN RICHMOND nor anywhere else showing a finer line of Ladies Shoes and Slippers than we are at pres ent We earnestly invite your inspection during this sale All 50c shoes are 40e all 75c shoes are GOc all 100 shoes are SOc all 125 shoes are 95c all SL5O shoes are 120 all 200 shoes are SlGO all 250 shoes are 200 all 300 shoes are 260 all 350 shoes are 280 during this sale Every department iii our great store is chuck full of good things Our prices in all 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 ahyays lower than anybody else IWehave some new things in our Ladies i Suit DepartmentWJur flL4 1 r W ii OLDllAfl COMPANY MOND MT AND GEORGETOWN CRRIC A il 1ijjIn constipation Herbine affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will ally be found to so regulate the excre tory functions that they are able to op erate without any aid whatever Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 2nay irs Il doesnt take n dramatis to make phty for a pretty girl An Epidemic cf Whooping Cough Last winter during an epidemic of whooping co nyh my children contract ed the disease having severe coughing spells We had nreil Chamberlains Cough Remedllv ver successfully for croup Inllllllturtl1y turned to it at that time and found it relieved thin cough anti effected a complete cure John E Clifford Proprietor Norwood House Norwood N Y This remedy In fur sale by Perry Thomas 2may in Consistency is a jewelyPl and a consistent woman may be as hard Who wants a hard woman Unles a woman eats Rtirlicientnour ishing food she can neither gain or keep a good complexion Food when digested Is the base of all health ull strength and all beauty Hcrbine will help digest what you eat and give yon the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75 cents Perry tt Thomas 2maylm The ancients believed hat rhenma liars was the work of a demon within a num Any one who has hmititi attack of sciatic or itiflamatory rheumatism will agree that thn infliction is demon inc enough to warrant the belief It has hever been claimed that Chamber lains lain Balm would cast out de mons limit it win cure rheumatism mid hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement One application re lieves the pain and this quick relief which it affords is alone worth manv times its cost For sale bv Thomas 2maplm Be just and fear not let all the ends thyhodsIn singingAR springingOerIn time spring your blood is freighted With the germs that cause disease boiistaredesignatedSignals In feelingMakes likebeggingstcalingRather But theres something known that will a Man to health and vigor lead You will find Hoods Sarsaparilla Just exactly what you need nmyOlm Remember 20 per cent off for 20 days oniJ19 all Shoe purchases STERLING Helpless Child baillybandicaPllCdisolated from the healthy enjoyments of its little fellowbeings It cannot partake either of their play or their sturdy work and progress in the world incapacityAny woman who expects to become a mother ought to know what Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will do safelyduringsure her in bequeathing a fair measure prospectiveTho suburbanite who borrows his neighbors lawn mower is usually borrowing trouble pallorhas suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained the rosy hue of health with a few theses of Whites Cream Vermlfue Price 25 cents Perry Thomas Smnylm thatisBetter late than never It is best takiimgiirwslaTake it now It I BLOOD POISON CUBED BY 1313 B Bottle Froo to Suffers Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hut springs quicklyyieldthoroughly tested for 30 years Have you mncuous patches in the month Eatimigatmreai3oiio glands Still joints Copper colored hotlyhairnicerThencompletely chanco tho vhio1ebody into free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B It B drains the poison out of time system so tho InOlOtimeconstitution and improves the digestion hottieperlargo Itreatment S3 Complete directions adI1resa11LOODstreet Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Free medical advice given 8 Cui bono God thought It worthwhile t spftiA M s 1 Iir ITHrNG I 1 L 500 SUITS must be sold at once REGARDLESS OF COST We have the largest line of New Spring Suits Hats and Furnishing II Goods ever opened in this city See our new styles in I + Suits Pants Hats Shirts and Underwear if Special line of CMdrens Suits elegant line of Boys Suits + We have a large line of Trunks that must be sold to make room Call and leave your measure for Tailormade Suit to order We have a fine line of J esegoods Be sure and see us before you 4IE buy and same money att iJ B SOUERSE4I- I 1 TSIIOJ 4++ + IIi + +JN + IRy JL rtf k N U H il toO rLI TI iT r LT iITI = IInUnion TerfIirStfeiigtti e Having sold a half interest in my Grocery Business toI Mr John E Baldwin I wish to thank all my patrons for past favors and to ask a continuance ofsame Mr Baldwin calls attention of his friends to his partnership in the business and j solicits a share of their patronage The high g ade of goods andreputation of this store will be maintained DEATHERAGE BALDWIN Successors to E Deatherage Co The Richmond Climax I WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1900- I We want to sell our stool otphina and are going to of fer it at slaughter prices Come in and select before il is picked over Garden seed of iirkinds Few flower bulbs left Nice lot Tomato and Cab bage plants Plain and selling 1ICome arunning Doors open at 7 oclock this morning McCANN DEATHERAGE t Save tnunoy and get a suit from StoufFer mail4tf Sails iroin 10 up to measure at StoufTora inarl4tf T S Burnam lust twoyoung steers from black log Gall and leave your measure nt StonlTeis the tailor marU tf Fancy shirts in new styles at Slnnf ellS marl4tf 1Heat advertisement of Kentucky Works iu this issue Iliggiiis Luxoii can oirer you some bargains in vehicles mayU In White Wash Brushes JOe up at WilIgings N Ico cream cupper Saturday at Science lull school 7 to 10 p m near White hull Our motto is utrictly cash Best jro ries at lowest PrieS tf 1L A BAXTER Mgr Little lim Deatherage is nursing a sprained finger received while prank jug with some playmates Saturday II you have any oak IIIIh poplar or walnut logs or trees ami wish to sell them for msli write or tall on KOY SoiKK Co nov206m Nieholasville Ky h Dont Lilly a suit until you Fee Stoulfbrs marMtf Mv guarantee is that every Suit of Clothes shall give perfect satisfaction tsf TH leaving the shop I do not chirire for clothe that not fit CIIAS JACOII- Sfelltf The Tailor S e StoutTer fur men and boys clothing imirHtf Something iu Mens Clothing at Ch8 IHC ills Ho has the finest asaortbtnt nf wunntes over brought to Richmond His prices are the lIW44 mul irooils the best Call and investigate feb21 f Ort npM ililniy ofPTPtl to good riliabe men alary of SI per vuek and expenses fur man with rig 10 intro 0Illee our Poultry Mixture and Inject ttro er in ilipconmry Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre llnute Ind- SSfebly Thp neW cutter cUll fit yon at Stiutteis inarl1 tf Agents 011 silarvofl5 per wIck and expanses thlti crates agent roller ever produced ev ry stock and imnltry nicer buys it on sight Hustlers want ed ItefuniiKtt Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind- 28febly Stouflur the tailor makes Riiiu to fit marlMf Tailor made yeste at Stouffers Sco the now ptyle hntR nt SfoulTer Have suits inado by Stun flerau save f 10 inurl4tf Call on Higyins ft Lnxon for low prices iu Buggies and Road Wagons maytj 1m For nil kinds flower plants Mil on Miss Addie llunley Phone 128 IGmySt The Harber Coal Yard is for rent sale or exchange for city or countrj property A new and latent improved Nation al Cash Register for sale at this office ISaprtf See llfcgins Luxon for Bucgie and Carriages Prices the lowest waIIm Gen Clay will admit visitors to his grounds between 2 and G p in They are not to pull the fruits or flowers The Enterprise Grocery will Fell you more goods for SI 00 than any hong in Richmond R A BAXTEU Mgr tf A fine carriage recently done over good as new for sale Apply to Mrs J Speed Smith or Miss Mariawillie Smith at postoffice The fine meadow of Mrs John JI Foster will ho routed tomorrow niter noon at 3 oclock in time front of the Pumpkin Run farm gate Express Agent Grinptead is temporarily acting Cashier of the Adams ex press oillce at Lexington Exagent his here elertedPoorlhouse IaEt week for a term of two was also made jam physician which place he bus had Jar eighteen years Pee advertisement elsewhere of Mrs J M Fosters public renting A mistake was made in Fame in our last issue Instead of the signature being as it shou have been the was signet Mrs Jane Foster For Rent A neat five room cottage near the Episcopul church Price 10 per month Apply to lu EVANS 25aprtf For Sale A new Deering Binder just used one season Will sell cheap Also pure Toulouse goose eggs at U 50 for 12 V H POWELL ISiprGw Red House Ky You can hiiv at the Eenterprisi Grocery on Second street more gro reris cash than any grocery house in liidtinond It A Btxiu Mgr U Willging makes Window Shades and Picture Frames in allstyles and sizes from JOe up For Rent Sale or Exchanqe The well known Harber Coal Yard on Orchard street and It N tracks for rent sale Or exchange for city or country property Inquire of Jo S Joplin Furniture Dealer Ice Cream Supper The Science lull school near White Hall will give an ice creim supper Saturday May 20 for the benefit of tin Distiict Library Itefreslnnonts will be served from 7 till 10 p ui Everyone cordially invited Blue Grass Tournament The annual school tournament of tIme Blue Grass league aceura at Winchi ter May 21 25 and 25 tomoarow Fri day and Saturday It will be one of the beet ever held Caldwell high School will be represented Cap Frazec Honored Gen John B Castleman Chairman of the Confederate Parade anti Review has asked Capt L J Frazee of theMe Crwtrv Guards lid city to serve as a memher of the committee on review May BO in the mounted parade Big Time at Berea U A It Memorial Day at Berea next Wednesday Addresses by Huh W B Smith snot Rev W R Lloyd On June 13 tin Commencement Exercises of Herea College occur Ad dresses by dUtiuguibhed Eastern speakers Public Training Stable J J Embry and n S Wilcox hav jug joined in partnership for the par pos of handling horses have opened a public stable at the fair grounds Any one having colts to break or hordes to be handled for spied will do well to see llapr oin Eiiimy WILCOX Wall Papers 4 and5c Gilts 6c Dark rich Greens Blues and Reds 9c up to the finest handmade goods Enor mous stock Newest colors and designs i We Are Now Ready rWiththe largest and most complete line of SHOES HATS t AND MENS FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RJCHMOND We have all the New Things and at that will please you to buy We invite you to call and examine ourt Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be con vinced that for the same quality of goods we are the CHEAPEST house in Rkhmt- 1RICEARJIOLD Main Street OIiiJI y L ttJ j n fl r zteLevfvhtk Oa account of the annual re union of the Confederate Veterans at Louf ville Ky May 30 to June 3 the L k A rilro d will sell round trip ticket to that point May 28 29 and SO withIfinal limit to Juno at 225 C M Browning G P A Mr WHds Horse Fewt4 We are informed that Mr J B Woods lost horse recently advertise in the CLIMAX was found near Winches ter by a reliable colored man Goo Richardson of near Red House If George will now find the lost cow of MrsJT Shackellord ho will be the buss stock detective New Residence The pretty cottage erecting on YtIIt Main street next to J B Collins will be completed July 1 and will Ic occupied bv Mr Pl1 lopo family Ill t1Walnt1tpretty t1t1 work of Mr Km r and is notably ex cellcnt Will Richmond Have a Fair partisithnvo a fair this year Exhibitors or fine horses declnu to show on the street owing to danger of accidents b collision hence the street fair ma for that and other reasons be abandon ed Interested parties should see Mr J W Bales or Mr M S Cohen Caldwell Commencemeut The commencement of Caldwn High School will be hId III the Cour House Friday of next week June 1 at 10 a m The graduates are Missi Willie Traynor Lila Talor Lee White Dydia Walker Annie Todd Bfsni Bolton Mossie Parrish and Alma Rice and ftlesars E P Eads and J Q Mil lion Mr liov Miller will deliver the address Succeeds Pro Clark We overlooked mention of tho fac that Prof Brock late Principal of Caldwell High School bad succeeded Su periutendent J II Clark resigned Prof John Koland C U 93 now nil ustructor in time University Prepara tory succeeds to PrEY Brooks position Prof Clink we regret to say resign to engage in chicken culture in Fajett county A Gavel From the Battlefield cl Richmond Col Bennett H Young will receive this week for use at the convention o the Confederate Veterans at Louisville next week a gavel made from a locust tree located on the Ureen IL Turlej ilace east of the Richmond cemetery where the bloody battle of Hichmoni vas fought Major General Poyntz and Paymaster General Paltie of this city are tho uouons Blue Grass Seed That Will Come Up I will sell 3000 to five thousand bushels of Blue Grass teed on two hundred 260 end sixty acres of land Ierms cash paid in advance to me in person White Hall No letters CASSIUS M CJA v- 51919CO N BThe Richmond Climax Keg later Pantagraph Louisville Times Lexington Leader Paris Kentuckian Citizen will publish CLAY inay23tf We Located Him Last week we received from Manila a letter signed Erroll Good a soldier 01 time 37th U S Inf hut we could not the boy and asked for facts con erning his identity Yesterday Mrs Uibie Good Uurgin wrote us that Kr roll Good is a brother of Mrs Eugem Bur in of Boonesboro also is a grand son of our good old friend Squire Win Williams deceased We now distinctly recall time day young Good enlisted and told 1dm good bye Pearls in Fishs Head Rev L H Reynolds former pastor the Mt Zion church recently spen two days tishing this side of fctatioi Camp Estill county and reports a white perch 20 inches lon weigh in onr pounds Out of its head he took wo beautiful pearls one of which an exhibition at Mr G W 1ickels marinas store Elder Reynolds says pearls are invariably found in tho head if the white perch On the ones al luded to ho says he noticed the distinct outlines of a gavel Mr McCreary Wins The decision of Judge Scott in lh case of Irvine vs McCreary appealed to the Court of Appeals was sustained thereby forbidding the closure of tin alley between the store of W D Old haUl and the one in the rear thereof Mrs Irvine owns the alley and the stores but tho alley supplies light to a store adjoining belonging to Gov Me Dreary and he succeeded in preventing the extension of Mrs Irvines store room to the detriment of his property Hon J A Sullivan represented Mr McCreary Prom Texas This Message to Friends In Ken lucky MORMON GRovE TEXAS May 14 moo Editor Climax Find enclosed 150 for the CLIMAX for another year We cannot get along without Richmond paper We love to keep the names and doings ofthis old Million county people in our minds Our long stay with them was a happy one and we want it refreshed once a week through through time paper Give our regards to all the people Wh1SALE Madison Institute Closes The commencement of Madison Female Institute of this city will be helti from May 20 to May 31 The Rev J ti Garrison editor of the Christian Evangelist of St Louis Mo will de liver the Baccalaureate sermon Time Uev F M Tinder pastor of the Chris tian church of Carlisle will deliver the sermon to the Young Womans Christian Association The graduating class consists of Misses Frances Was son Versailles Ruth larrish Midway Georgia Litton Carlisle and Emma Heudren Stella Templemau and iSettit Ureck of this city Richmond Showered With Honors Major Genl Poyntzs New Honor Not content with tho appointment of Dr J M loyntz as Major General of the Ky Div Confederate Veterans Dr J W Harris Chief Surgeon on Brig Genl Clavs Btalf Dr lattiu as Pay master General and Dr LJ Frazei to serve as a member of the commit tee ou parade the crowning honor falls to Dr toyniz to serve as Chief of the Parade by order of Geul John B Gordon The telegram announcing his appointment was received by Gen eral Poyiuz on Monday This jives lain the rank of Lieutenant General Slill Urging Mr McCreary to Run By common consent we use a true and tried horco when we have a rough road and a heavy load We select that kind of a man when the times require con eistent action a cool bead long experi euce and undoubted ability We are In the midst of just suclr times now and Gov James B McCreary is just tin man for the occasion lie has made a model Governor and he will be equal to any emergency If elected next November Brave true tnedcapable and a sure winner I nominate him fo re election Let me hear from all sec tions of the State on this Important questionLzmcaater cor Laucstei Record Mrs OMfcarns Musical Those friends of the pupils of Mrs Mary Paltie Oldham who camo in late Monday night to attend the musical at tho court house were doubtless stir priso to find the large edifice crowded as to put standing room at a premium This was a high compliment to the popularity of the teache Hiul imer large class program em braced solectloi vocal and IIfIt ru mental by time following hIaae Dudle holy Edna Ginuchlgliaui Mary N- o1ndNoflie Wagers Annie ToM- Nanu elJilnt powell4 Verda Sam el- j l ala Anne CoBJby Mllla Uykes MJirycoiie Kat rl awi Sndfl Bonny Several ol tie ktios were ol me axeeiece but M reMdhbJe attesting this oprM abHrtjr rf tbe teaclerwb i oeeOl tie 3 wernnp4lehed ecetis-a peptir htructors ths9a eM c I iEii MJN t IN ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MENS WEAR Come and see what we ar showing in Eight Ten I Twelvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines of MHUS N- ewSTYLlSHi SUITSJ J No one will give you the value that you will find in these goods for the PRCEWe are also showing all the new things in Furnishing Goods Hats and Shoes And also have some OvercoatsJ ra- ndV will save you money on every article These ii t same goods will cost you more money next fall Covington Mitchell r cITuesday May 29 1900 Is the day of Oldhama combination real estatesnle which will take place at Lexington IyOIl the premises ol over twenty pieces of choice improved property If you are thinking of inov lug Lexington to educate your chill dren or want investment property thlll will be a grand opportunity to secure n bar in As Mr Oldhnm hIlL listed m property that is not absolutely for sale Carriages accompanied by a brass bane will convey all bidders to each piece of property Round trip tickets for sale on nil For further information address Chas K Oldham Lexington Ky Dream 01 a Mexican Veteran Realized Mr T C Davis of this city tells us of a dream he had when in the Mexican war that came true Long before time battle of Saltillo he had a vision of that city with its great public square costly fountain and beautiful buildings In his dream he saw exactly what IK found when lila regiment the 1st North Carolina entered the city under Gen Tavlor Mr Davis was a roommate of TJIyrees R Grant at West Point anti heard Clays last speech in the U S Senate He olten heard Our Great Senators Clay Webster Calhoun and Benton speak when they were in the zenith of their glory Mr Dayis is 70 years of age born May 21 1821 Confederate Decoration Day Saturday May 2G at 10 am all pet sods In sympathy with the tetitimen of strewing Mowers on the graves of dead heroes are requested to meet with us and take pnrCin this beautiful service Pring flowers with you The schools and colleges are invited to be present Program Prayer by Rev J K Smith Songs bv male quartette Time following gentlemen are request ed to act as marshals to preserve order anti keep all persons from driving on burial lute over graves etc Hock Herndon chief marshal James Keale and Frank French assistants Reept DAVID CIIKXAULT N B DKATHEUAUE Here Is Loyalty To Goebel When the news of the Supreme Courts decision waa being bulletined at the CLIMAX office Monday a feeble old man crowded up front and with his hand to his ear listened intently to the messages bearing the glad tidings ol Democracys triumph Read it again cried the old man and when we had poured the good news into his willing ears he smiled said I am satisfied I want to be buried with this pointing to a Goebel button draped in black crepe on his lapel And the crowd ceased its jubilation as time solemn words burst like a perfect lily from his UpI want to be buried with Goebels face on mj breast The speaker was Silas Hill of Bogitir Mill this county 78 years of age whc cast his first vote Democratic 57 year ago and his last vote fur Win Goebel never scratching the tkttin the Ion interim From Evan Settles Widow A few weeks ago Mr Elliott Poe Smith of this city won the nnniril declaimers contest at Cmtral University with the oration of the late Congress man Evan E Settle Robert E Lee which Mr Settle delivered m Chicago at a celebration of time birthday of tho Southern warrior The CLIMAX made note of the victory by the Richmond boy which so pleased the willoW of the dead Congressman she is moved to make this acknowledgement OWENTON KY My Dar Mr Woods L have just received your excellent paper and readwith a very sad pleasure the marked notice I write to ex press my sincere thanks for both and must say that on reading it I felt my dear husband coming buck to me in his Immortal influence How pweet to know that his name and the deeds of His pure life will not soon fade away from tho memory of his friends Thanking you again for the beautiful tribute to Mr Settle and assuring vou of mr lasting appreciation I am lila sadly bereaved wife May 9 1900 LIZZIE B SETTLE Interesting Relic of the Civil War The Cincinnati Enquirer of January 1892 contained a special from Wells ville Ohio referring to a copy of the Vicksbuig MiBS Citizen of July 2 1863 printed on wall paper in the pos session of 11 E Frost of county and gave the two items below from it- Mrs W U Benny of this city has an original copy of same She ban it nicely framed and considers it quite a relic It undoubtedly is a gen uinecopy of time for Mrs Benny has lied it for thirty years audits faded frazzled appearance indicates great age The paper is framed and in possession of the editor pf the CLIMAX The first item was written on the above date but before time paper was printed the Generalissimo had captured Vicksbnrg and the Federals added tho second a a note on July 4 ON DrrThe great TJIyeses time Yankee Generalissimo surnamed Grant limo expressed his intention of dining in Vickuburg on Saturday and celebrating time Fourth of July by a grand dinner c Whea asked if he would invite General Jo Johnson to join lie said 4Nofor fear there will be a row at the table Ulysses must gut into the city before he can diiio in it The way to cook a rabbit ill to first catch your rabbitc VTwo tlaysbring bout greAt changes The banner of time Union floats over Vicksburg General Orient hmnacgmalmt the rabbit He hAAtliH d InTlcksburg and hcnJld bring his din8 r with him Time Ckiaen lives to see iL For the last time it 8an1on wai4 paper No more will It euhigis the luxury of l mnle mtnd frictMw d kitLeaurge Southern warrjortio uueh tIt Never more H weB paper ed I tlon Slid is exwirtin Vbk note fro- mthetypMwekitadLbIsI ItwiUbe- yahuait a e ilr f 1h1IGIT IIr Ot kObolsyth Wio- epndH Lv1r i itI i IA Stitch In Time May Save Richmond rom Destruction We understand the hose reel used bj our lire department is so rickety that it is in imminent peril of wreckage and in ease this happens the highest fire in Richmond may result from tho failure to provide a proper vehicle for the lire hose What is wanted is a hose wagon that will carry one or two ladders for IndIderYQJIl1 LiverWill be roused to Its natural duties and your biliousness headache and constipation be cured It you take ecllJJfl P PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents lots of people who are going over to do Paris will be done Alone in MidOcean or time train in tho house or while nt your office duties you are subject to disagreeable results fiom irregular or excessive diet Dr Caldwell Svrnj Pepin cures positively constipation indigestion sick headache amid atom Bch trouble Sold by druggists may 91 m Truth is the highest thing that man may keep Chaucer Nothing has ever boon produced to equal or compare with Tamers Buckeye Pile Ointment as a curative and healing application for Plies Fissures blind and bleeding external or inter nal and itching and bleeding of time rectum Time relief is immediate and cure Infallinle Price 50 cents iu hot tiC tubes 75 cents Petty Thomas 2amayInn The truest politeness comes of sincer ity Samuel Smiles Alas How Soon Forgotten is an ache or pain or trouble of any kind when one eU rid of it and if it happens to be headache or stomach trouble that bothers you take Dr Odd wells Syrup Pepsin anti will not only forget you ever had it but will know that you are not liable to have it again The dose U small and it Is pleatant to take Sold by all druggists niay9lm Tho most disagreeable person is sometimes the one who agrees with every timing you sny A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned Economy Is tho lessen taught by this SityilFit is true economy to lake at this season because it purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood aunt thus prevents sickness anti puts tie whole system in a state of health for the coming season Every bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla contains 100 doses positive proof that it is economy to take only Hoods Constipation is cured by hoods Pills 25 cents The flatterer usually practices upon himself For Whooping Cough Asthma Bron hitln or Consumption no medicine quals Coussens Honey of Tar Price 5 and tO cents Perry Thomas 2maylm God doesnt strike averages the OM are good and the mean ate mean hat would be robbing Peter to pay Iaul Dr Caldwells Syrup of Pepsin Is guaranteed to cure constipation indi roPtinn sick headache and stomach rouble by all druggists mayO Itn Things seem fairer when we look batk at themIPETERSBURG ILL Oct 13 189 KPSIH SYRUP Co Monticello lii- OeimtlemenOur baby Esther has never tasted a drop of medicine other than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for nore than a year It entirely cured her constipation She is a lovely ihild md since gave her your medicine she hall been perfectly healthy all ho tine haw not been well and strong until ve began using it We know of others who are iming it with equally good results Wishing you SUCl S- SGratefully yours MRS C A TBOOKMULLHR Sold by druggists mayO 1m Every religion is good that teaches man to be good Thomas Paine Ikillards Snow Liniment cures Ilheu matistn Neuralgia Headache Sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and inflammation The most pene trating liniment ul the world Price 2o and 50 cents Perry Thomas 2mayl m ThaleBs power a man ban the more he HkiSs to use J PettitSenri Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting loci lent to these diseases is ayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and kin Ointment Many very d ltses have been permaneBtly cured by IL It is equally efficient for kchlng p1k a and i favorito remedy for sore nl pIes thappd htnds chilblaIns frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta psj box Dr CoHJKUgM Fewdeni are Just what a honeneeils when Is bad condition Tonic blood purlfi r and vermifuge They reBOtfoqil but medlclno and the best in use to a horse la pdIBe oewlitioa Prjca 25 Ie t3 er pactae Of fall the pcths that lead to a womlna heart pity the straiijuest Beaumon I consider it not only a pleasurf but a duty J owe to ray neighbors tell about time wondflrilcure effetJed in ca by the timely UM of Ob mber UinsKCoHe CKotewi and Ii ihoe Reuudy I was taken y ry bad with- ftl1t ipa procnree a boUte al thU jreuie tIrfeloo of it ffllpeted rm Relit here plwnirn in com w it to ottan MAiniift frtfkkbat dreadful dJ W IDea w Nt bId h Prry- Tl15al 1m II 1i 4 TWENTY PER CENT OFF a SNOJ It In order to introduce our LADIES MISSES and CHILDRENS FINE SHOES and SLIPPERS and our Elegant Line of Mens Shoes we have decided to give a reduction of TWENTY PER CENT OFF- On all Shoe Purchases for 20 DAYS ONLY beginning May 9thtsett OUR REGINA Line Ladies Fine Slippers the acknowl edged Queen Ladies Fine Shoes price thisI 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 THAT Twenty Per Cent will be deducted from the amount of every purchase in our Great Shoe Department for 20 DAYS NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SHOES stock is filled up with only 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 work on a few dollars spent buying Shoes A great many people imagine they cant buy a shoe worth wearing they go to a regular Shoe Store We hope that this Great Twenty Per ale will induce you to give us a trial and let us disabuse your mind of that idea THERE IS NO SHOE STORE IN RICHMOND nor anywhere else showing a finer line of Ladies Shoes and Slippers than we are at pres ent We earnestly invite your inspection during this sale All 50c shoes are 40c all 75c shoes are GOc all 100 shoes are SOc all 125 shoes are 95c all h50 shoes are 5120 all 200 shoes are 160 all 250 shoes are 200 all 300 shoes are 260 all 350 shoes are 280 during this sale Every department ih our great store is chuck full of good things Our prices in all departments will show a considerable CUT during Great Twenty Pet Cent Off Shoe Sale of 20 days Dont forget that we have the largest and most complete stock of CARIETS in Rich mond Our prices are ahyays lower than anybody else We have some new things in our Ladies Q Remember 20 per cent off for 20 days on Tailormade Suit Department wfnSpvcrteiSBr G all Shoe purchases i I W II OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN In constipation llerbine affords a natural healthful remedy nclinj promptly A few small doses will nlly be to retaliate the excre tory functions that they are able to op crate without any aid whatever Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 2maylm It dopsnt take n dramatis to make a play fur a pretty girl An SpiSczaic TTboopinff Cough Last winter during an epidemic of whooping couph my children contract ed time disease having severe cou hing spells Ve had used ChamberluillsC- OIIJh R medav successfully for croup anti naturally turned to itat that time and found it relieved tim cough and effected a complete cureJohn K Clifford Proprietor Norwood HOUFC Norwood N remedy IH for sale by Perry tk Thomas 2inayl in Consistency is a jewelyps and a consistent woman may be as hard Who wants a hard wouian Unless woman eats sufficient uour ishiiiK food she can neither pain or keep a good complexion Food when digested Is tilts base of all health all strength and all beauty Hcrblnn will help digest what you eat and Jive the dear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75 edits Perry Thomas 2mayliu of Shoes and is of The of Our days unless Our The ancients believed that rhenma iism WaR the work of a demon within a milan Any one who has hal uu attack of sciatic or inflauiatory rheumatism will agree that thu infliction is demon iac enough to warrant the belief It has hever been claimed that Chamberlains Puiii Balm would cast out de nioiif limit it will euro rheumatism and hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement One application re lieves tho pain and this quick which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale bv Thomas Smaplin Be just and fear not let all the ends thoii uiinnt at be thy countrys thy Hods and truth Shakespeare In time spring the birds are singing AR they build their summer home Blades rass and buds are springing Oer time mead tho cattle roam In the spring your blood is freighted With the g that cause disease Ilunors Ixjiis are designated Signals warning you of these In tim that tired feeling Makes you every duty shirk Makes you feel likebegijingstealing llather than engage in work But theres something known that will a Man to health and vigor lead You will find Hoods Sarsaparilla Just exactly what you need mayOlm A Helpless Child A weak and puny child is badly handicapped in tho battle of life It is isolated from the healthy enjoyments of its little fellowbeings It cannot partake either of their play or their sturdy work and progress in the world Its whole life Is embittered by incapacity and weakness Any woman who expects to become a mother ought to know what Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will do both for her own health and safely during her time of trial and also to in sure her in bequeathing a fair measure of health and strength to tho prospective little one The suburbanite who borrows his neighbors lawn mower isusually bor rowing trouble Many a fair young child whose pallor has puzzled the mother until she has suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained tho rosy hue of health with a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Perry Thomas Smaylm The man who idly spends time that is not his own is an embezzler Better late than never It is best however to be never late about taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purify your blood Take it now It BLOOD POISON CURED BY 1313 B Bottle Free to Suffers Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patient medicine treatment quickly yield to BB B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you mucuons patches in the mouth Sore throat Eruptions Eating sows Bono paint Itching skin Swollen glands Stiff joints Copper colored spots Chancres Ulcration on the body Hair and eyebrows fall out Is a mass of boils pimples and ulcer Then this wonderful BBB specific will completely chauco tho whole body into a rendition free from eruptions and skin smooth with time glow of perfect health B B B drains tho poison out of the system so the symplons cannot return At time eamo time BBB builds up time broken down constitution and improves the digestion I So sufferers may test B BB a trill hot tie will be given away free of charge perlarge Itreatment S3 Complete directions with each bottle For trial Iwtttle address BLOOD BALM CO 43S Mitchell street Atlanta Ga Describe trouble aud Free medical advice given 3 Cui bono God thought it worth while a 7I iR ieH 1E + kT7I+ 3E+ Ieg SPlCU lSAl Of FIDTHINGI I IA Cfin must be sold at once REGARDLESS OF COST Vie have SUITS the largest line of New Spring Suits Hats and Furnishing II 4 Goods ever opened in this city See our new styles in ISuits Pants Hats Shirts and Underwear i+ Special line of Childrens Suits elegant tline of Boys Suits iE We have a large line of Trunks that must be sold to make room yfa candleave your measure for Tailprniade Suit to order We +have a fine line of piece goods Be sure and see us before you 2 ft + buy and same nc11eyat o4d J Tlfe + = = E J B sorrt iU TERS+ rI3 i TIJI I jtt F ntrtfifti1 J I1 orffl r c H H 4 e It Is Not THE MATERIAL AL GETHER THAT HAKES OUR StiltsThe Best We use good material but anybody can buy good materal It is tim lit and len iQ Workm n hi As well as the good material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory It S STOUT Ii fi Simian Culler One Door East of W D Old ham on Main Street fcb21ly IVery New IS OUR LINE OF 119001VALL Which we have recent ly added to our stock We have con neetedrwitU us Mr W1L LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is well established and in every instance guaran tee work done by him We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasing else where as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Kespt PERRY THOMAS wCcUoftsO 0 WHitt 213 MaIn Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 7S JanlTly aoP YOUR liFE Is spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that will be a comfort Some people go about complaining about their shoes hurting their feet This can all be avoided if you buy your shoes from us Our NEW SPRING and STMMEK Stock of SHOESluw- earrived and we are ready to serve you TilE FINEST AND BEST IN LADIES SHOES- We have an excellent time New coined styles The shoes everybody wants ARE HERE Remember we can do just a little better than others best Come init will only take a few minutes to show you ANDaDONT FORGET about our line of childrens shoes JNew Styles New Goods SAME LOW PRICES OUR MENS SHOES Are just a little ahead of style We never in all our past years of experience in the shoe business offered a finer line HeavyShoes IJVIFENCE n Something New In Farm Fence LexingtonKyCOILWIREbefore WE PUT IT UP FOR YOU Agents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal Hay Feed Lime Salt Cement etc LETCHER Sb WITT TELEPHONE 142 PITT BURG QEThAL TO K YARD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS- Turds have been enlarged and rearranged MarketBest for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stotks attenPRll lffyHHED SALES A SJIONODOIiNELLGeneral Mar ricI CULTiVATE Ijfri = EllA habit of eeoiiomv but not stinginess in the I1E1Im tJ manufac ture good farm implements or machin jIm cry or good HARD W A RE of any kind Then j RepairsrJ9ififty3lt1t ljffi anyothera low quality of goods oiir prices will bear comp Prison with any bouse reputed to be very cheap lam Frds TAYLOR BEoa I CHRIST THE FOUNDER OF CIVIL LIBERTY NICIIOLASVILLE Kv Apr 28 1000 Editor of the Climax- Professional politicians an a rule know very little about the Bible It is astonishing to see the ignorance of many politicians on great historical questions There Is not a professlonnl demagogue politician that has ever read a dozeu chapters in the Old or New Testament Every member of a free and enlightened Republic fhould read and study both the Old and Nw Tee tairient Bv the study of the Bible we learn that men elevated on the summit of earthly glory are less safe aiid fur less happy than those inr humbler walks The light of history un veils many IItranjecharacterR It dis uliws the features of the ambitious tyrant and unprincipled politician the hj potrite In the ttudy of his tory we learn how short Mghird many pronitihimtinghawsof society for while the 6atKSnian in the busy scenes of life is bewildered in the ambiguity of probable Direct and like a pilot who dinimt feel his helm mmoidiMeru time drift of empire the historian calmly seated in the shaileof contemplation lifts his perspective begins nt time spring and carefully truces the tortuous course of ments and empires sees tbeniltkea river dashing over prespices majes ticallv rolline through or dit np pearini in the ocean In the study ol history we learn that the world is indebted to the teachings of Jesus Christ for those grand truths of Political Science which underlie Christierty in ages antece dent to his appearance among men each sncresKive period of the growth oi liberal principles were marked by a lar prscope of operations and by the in iTfased exercise of talent however implying that each jmcceseive race sur passed in some degree the freedom tf its predecessors It is obvious to a I on reflection that the idea of liberty is that also of power It ie in fact the exercise of power and time degree of utterly of any rare of persons must therefore be in proportion to time power they possess the liberty of an untutored savage consists simply in the tXtile qf his physical power in hunting and war restrained only by seasoniOoralities and opposing foice But in this liberty he enjoys no protection it is at the niercc of a er physical power His intellectualt puwergoes no farther than mental power which is not sufficient to alfurd protection to his physical libertyI but that power which in tions is above and beyond these con trolling both viz morally he possesses scarcely any at all precededCbristsical power and was improved with the powerUnderpower was added to these and historyIproves this development in have produced that high degree of lib erty and freedom which we so ranch unparalIttlThe Jews as all readers of the New relltlydisappointeddid not appear with the pomp and physical force of a temporal king to over run by violence the existing state of thIngsfromthe dignity of an independent nation The moral power I represent ed and which was the foundation of human liberty on earths they could not and would not undei stand When they were groaning under the sway of the Ctusans and were impoverished by time imperial exactions they did not relish he injunction Uender unto Coxnr the things that are CiBsaM He everywhere enjoined subuiiKsion to the wellknowinghe disciplesiiipressed aim freeing the humid He did notfor the gratification of His country men put Himself at the hrad of an armed insurrection and plunge the Ron n empire in blood in order to es tablish reliuion On the other hand he preached implicit obedience to the authority of Itoiiie while He enjoined on all the forgivnes ot injuries and to lovethy neighbor as thy edt Through all the vicissitudes of nearly centuries time spirit of these teachings have been preserved by the church and the gradually approaching political equality of the people of the Christian world has been the result This conservative power which in time age of iron burst forth to curb the great and raise the low is even now ex erting itself to destroy despotism in Europe and in our own country and to preserve those liberties that all men are rightReadbegin with the reading of the Bible es pecially the New Testament A thorough acquaintance with the history and teachings of Christ will show that He was the great author of civil anti- religious liberty in the world Christison earth with the rich men and women ot his day By the and lonely lie was esteemed and highly honored on all occasions He was every wherere ceived with and gladness by the for to them He spoke of matters to which they were well disposed to Iil ten but the Pharisees and timeserving lawyers and money loving toadies did not love to listen to his exposure of their hypocracy and the condemnation of their vices Tlie influence of these rich men of the Jewish church was too great for hun to stand Having so jmrned eight months in Judea during which time he performed mira des and His disciples baptised many converts He was compelled to retire into Galilee in order to escape UIA mal- Ice of his enemies Ho was on his journey when arriving near Sechetu the ancient capitol of Kymaria Christ buybrtJacobs well It happened that a wo man of lost character came out to draw water with whom Jesus entered into s conversation which she ex pi essed extreme surprise that a Jew should so far forget his pride as to ask drink at the hands ot a Symaritan Our Lord explained to tier that the dis It is not only beautiful women who momillgAnxIousing of their beauty stand before the mirror and note the- increasipg ctche by pain about the mouth and eyes Thousands such women wrecked in body and in dispositionhaggard nervous tmn table cross have by the use of Doctor Pierces Fa vorite Pr- eIscription watched with markedbyand roundIng form largelyupontinctively feminine Irregular periods in lgebydcbilltatinrsequences of motherhood inflammation ulceration and displaced organs ruin the general health These conditions are en Prescriptionthemind isentirely freed from and de spondemcytPavoriteFrescriptloa is not a g 90 alcohol or whisky- In October 1869 give birth ton baby and the midwifeleft Iliactanother baby whfcJnws the third child znicarrIagesso unk1ttoow and cross sad I cewM ot tUtff JtiMt aftermy lot talKfrrtye fat 1896 r WM takes with a K ere 4IIodon cem yincThcdocIon EallI commenced takot Dr YMnxgGoUen Me- desuaMhlJeUU my uttk1y period IMsa sbajar uJ t duties to many wom a seem inore teiportaht thafil HOKE matter how ill they feel they drag themsislves through the daily tasks and pile up trouble This is heroin but a penalty has to be paid A woman in New Matamoras Ohio MRS ISABEL BRADFIELD tells in the following letter how she fought with disease of the feminine organs until finally forced to take to her bed She says Dna MRS PINKHAM I feel it my duty to write to ypu to tell you that I have taken Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and think there is no medicine in the world like it I suffered for nine years and sometimes for twelve weeks at a time I could not stand on my feet I had female troubles of 3HJ all kinds backache and headache all the time Seven different doctors treated me Some said advice promptly given without charge The present Mrs Pinkhams in treating female ills is unparalleled years she worked by side with Mrs Lydia E Pinkham and for sometime had sole charge correspondence department great ness advising and helping by letter as many as hundred thousand women during single tinction between nation and nation proIcetdeclwas the Mesiah The woman greatly astonished by lila discourse ran into tho city and so wrought up the curiosity oi her kinsmen that they besought Jesus to abide some time among them did not compliance with request but spent two days at S a dndman of the inhabitants Christ established Christianity with out the aid of money Mary and t poorhatgave two young piloonsthe poor mans offering All his life our Lord was extremely poor He had not whereto lay his head and allhis apostles anti hispovertTn e yetimistianityed gloriously wIthout it Now does Christianity offer money as a reward for- tsi advocates On the contrary it empphatically declares that houses be sacrificed for Christianity This was the issue that Christ present cuncorruptedhristianity believe that Christianity is of God and the words of Gamaliel addressed to the op posers of Christianity Reirain from these men Let them For if their counsel or their be of man it will come to nauLbt hot if it he of God ve cannot overthrow it In conclusion I will say that civil religious liberty was not given to mankind by corrupt politicians The history written by Moses contains noth ing so interesting as the perfect stand dard of morality the margins of civil policy and tho excellent code of laws are far beyond the reach of human will dom Among all the productions of mortal men none have come within an infinite distance of but such have copied from xliis originals or drawn from the same fountain of inspirationS Jluriuus News Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Whashita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is com plete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 WARNING TO BUSINESS MEN Leslies Weekly pretenthhence of a quarter of a century in this immvestlgationhas perity and adversity recur with re markable regularity We have hail a year and a half perhaps two years of advancing prices It is always the record that this ad van o culminates somewhat ahrui tly and that the decline is far more rapid than the ad vance an experience we have had in the past in time business world and we are to have it again and therefore weeks ago I advised my readers in every line trade to make purchases on a conservative basis not to overload their shelves with goods of any description and not to store away in their safedeposit preaillnglaithis time antI those who bear it in mind will assuredly profit by it before the year is out FANCY FOWLS SOUTHS LEADING POULTRY PAPER It is not generally known to thOse outside of the circle of fanciers but itis nevertheless true that the leading poultry paper of the States South of the and of tho Mississippi is published at Hopbinsville Start years ago as a smallmonthlv devbiopeinto36 to 40 pages an advertising patronage of 10 pages and a circulation covering the entire South It is tile most phenomenally successful paper of he kind ever stalled in tho South It bICh8llyule Ket tukian Every poultrybned er should have it Time subscription is only 25 cents a year A free sample copy will be sent on application The Stanford Journal notes that E sheeptoGentrypar pound F P BIshop sold to Bru net Brooks of Jessamine twenty bOI1ithtofthemEnjed to J C JnlitiRoii lambs from ISO ev s at 5jc and 5 c for June mId July delivery The easiest and most effective inetlicKl of purifying the blood and Invigorating LUUeIarlyclesmmnc the liver and bo wels Perry aid Thtinss The Goebel Reward lnmilRoRer hold A meetiNg lit FraHkort WedBfes day amm1 Approved romna minor AC CO4tI Time total expenses of theemnH i c to date do aot dc2600 o Lbahtrow Me twenty y t I and r yvpwzpe of bwing enrd till I QUrItbaathe 1IIotHPitee W B WH kltswn Alb hy Twin It dheate what you eat EerrT A Thorn UQni WOMANS DEVOTIONTO I would have to go to the hospital and have an operation performed But oh I how thankful I am that I did not that I tried your Vegetable Compound instead I cannot say too much in its praise nor thank you enough for what it has done for me I want you to publish this in all the papers tfor the good of other f sufferers The Wives aria mothers of America are given to overwork Let them be wise in time rind at the first indication of female trouble write to Mrs Pink ham at Lynn Mass forheradvice This is experience for side past has of the of her busi a ailing a year refuse work and him and Such of their THE Ohio East with NEXT YORE FASHIONS Some fantastic effects are noted in the disposition of black satin and vet vet bows on gowns While the newest skirts are plain in effect they are much trimmed with bands of lace velvet or tucked muslin Plain materials make very smart gowns figured materials are also much liked p01kadotsidths are in vogue byBestto ten years They are of white India mill tho brims and crowns being daintily tucked and having a iiifile effect about the lace that is very be coming Boxplaited skirts are still in favor They are so adjusted that there is no f hipsThe It seems to have taken a new lease of life An exquisite costume shown by Lord Taylor is of sun yellow panne v imphiqueSilk or cambric gowns are trimmed with bows of black velvet made most fctchingly with the ends looped up and t to the bottom of the bows All coats and bodices are so OX quisitely tailored that ladles look more qualitieswins the tiny every time Sijk gowns are shirred around the hips intend of being tucked EVELYN CABLE It is saId that time ofllce of bishop in the Methodist Episcopal church is neither prelatical nor dioceasan It is not prelaiicil because it does not claim to be a higher order than that of elder or presbytery It Is not diocesan for the bishops jurisdiction is not limited but extended over the whole church Ac cording to the Now York Christian Ad vocate Methodist bishops have more power in some respects titan any other ecclesiastics in the Protestant world tparticularshmaimBishops in time Protestant Episcopal church have not the power of institut removingtininafter priests have been settled a certain length of time and have complied with whatever our conditions may be involved they become immovable without trial Vhereaa a bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church can re movb any minister or presiding elder not only at the conferences bnt at anv moment and withont reasonq 5 time power in lieres in Lim to fix unfix and refix appointments anywhere and at alt times His personal influence for good or evil Is diffused through time whole denomination He Fouled Tho SurpoDIl All doctors told Renick Hamilton ol West Jefferson 01 after suffering IS months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was per formed but lie cured himself with five boxes of Bncklcns Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 HeraM1Drthan Dr JJriggs or Dr McGiffert also the best friend ofa rational religion saysThtrowimand get that belioVc Dont be ashamed to change your mindp That sounds well enough but the trouble is people as they say chant e jeir minds much easier than they change their churches If when ones mind Is changed regarding the doctrines of the church he belongs to e would quietly get out anti jon son e church whose devotions are in accord theruiGiflert J5rigg8 Parkhnret Co all whmichiLlieybeloim dividnal changed minds Is that ra tional Hardly W S Musser Millheim Pa saved the life of his little girt hy giving her One Minute Cough Cure when she was dying from croup It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate re suits It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis grippe asthma andnit throat an1 lung troubles Perry Thomas Church Defense Protestant Episco pal saysIt to the honor of Dr Hillis and Dr McGiffert that having rejected thin svsieni in which they were accredited ministers thiiy have reigned from the Presbyterian communion In other words having disowned the distinctive principles of that respected longertoof that svftem or to allow their name anti learning to misruttresent a join mUllion the faith of which they are no longer able to accept We commend the hoiiorahln of Dr Hillis anti Dr McGiffert to those priests of our own communion who Laving renounced the fmith ofr the Anglican church still hold on tp their sacrod office anti its emoluments to the dishonor of their name thp scandal of the church and the peril aiid confusion of souls IionnqkoTenprtaysI Witih Hazel Salve PnhborflliI eurn1 what the doctors NI an Incurable nicer on jaw ruris piles anllllt- IIkIFlrlatfe rIOJI1it for worthless i1iltaliow Perry kTHpmfcr Several rtomsrltabla- rortenate oftie fcn OtlIrlCl 1JIftt been saM by qnelion in Oiwjk a nxrt belonging to thfl Finp nclnn tifari innrtKDJ fII1 1idlf1tW It k niMMfIf blec1n4h rM- lfifb r514v0r halttgli pleiuqt i- jpaa arstt tpw I wb iud Ktt d Uviwwhoat Eva thR Kch gir W have poor iompl don IIIL A ah irtage exceeding 3tjOOOha been discovppil van Jo ihie Cimarled IF Neeley former Ti eta urer of the tfostoifico Peparonent in Cuba Is under arrest Auditors Reeves and Reynolds havo bten suspended and other arrefiW are probable It Is said the frauds hivo continued since July last Rev JLti1ih1a has accepted a call at Kelat church in Harrison county for onefourth of hits time and goes Satur day to fill hiii first appointment He- Wn pastor ot this church for four years anti after four vcare oes back again He is a faiihu1workerin the vineyard Harrodsbur Democrat The Republicans of Morgan county met in masts Theyin structed their delegates in convention at Winchester for H W Atkinson only for district delegate to HIP National Convention and indorsed Mckinleys lint Taylors adininisoa tions The Army Appropriation Pill was piiEsed by the Senate witbuut division It increases the rank of Hen Miles 10 Lieutenant General and Gen Corrn tw Major General Tho Senate also passed the fortifications Apiropri lieu Bill Judgehave you anything to say prisoner Prisoner Only ibis your honorthat If Im convicted I should like to be sent to jail mi soon as possibleKo as not to bo late to dinner Ileitere Welt rook ijerelm getting tired of this Ive fired you iut ol here three times and still you coins back Ah yes but I represent u different firma uowFiiegeude Jllsitter ORAN DMA HAD CONSUMPTIONa- nd I am afraid I have in herited it I do not feel well I have a cough my lungs are sore am losing flesh What shall I do Your doctor says take care of yourself and take plain codliver cil but you cant take it Only the strong healthy person can take it and they cant take it long It is so rich it upsets the stomach But yon can take TF fEfllUfLSDtDP9 It is very palatable and easily digested If you will take plenty of fresh air and exercise and SCOTTS EMULSION steadily there is rery little doubt about your recovery There are Lypophosphites in it they give strength and tone up the nervous system while th codliver oil feeds and nourishes tor and S too all dm flat SCOTT a BOVNli Chemuu New York Our hoods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 1fllia ffia33i rd mj ra lliIDIDmJj1 1TIjIDDj II l IDa 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 latest uptodate gqods Is that what you want If so trade with Wnlt AND Gibson1 IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased Lore Our pystcra of easy payments enables any one to en joy the music of Perfect SstnxmcTAs without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look attbcse special bargains w- HARDIKG fc RIEHM H G KENT AGENTjRICHMOND KY 4 You Want The Truth+ + + + ANit YOU GET IT INTHEITjiceIWeekCHrierJrlll DIEMqpRATOINPOUncs Piiblislied ejfer Wednesday aril Saturday 101 papers one year for VU C ga TWICtAWEELC0URI5It3URNALta alt other pa er3 It prloJs Mwa tOtWc1thaady A Rc8d commlsIon to agents gaauila copies free o application Write to cbREJtJLLtLOUISSIILUE XY BycfalArrapsethou c i LIMAiiCMd tiw Twict Wuk GximrJowiui both for on I year for 125 AUIterlptlnlSMat tSrouga jthc C LI M AX oSc PLEASE TRY 1 i CANDY CATHARTIC i iJOc SQc 210 as 555 5 US ij Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR- DRESSMA1NGm Accordeon and Knife Plaiti- ngMCHMONDKY Eu I- IErflNE gr LIrE Water and sta Light See J M HIFFK and have him to put you in firstclass sanitary job of Plumbing in your residence Also have him to furnish you a High Griidf Elevator Cup Pump Keeps on hand nil kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and Valves Chandeliers every description of Iron Pumps Estimates furnished for fitting up residence in county with Plumbing and Gas Machines and Wind Nmils Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box 173 I have 20000 feet of the Best Quail ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices may2 3- mWE GUARANTEE-Dr Caldwclls Syrup Perm In to cure IndigestionSickwhen taken uccordiuir to directions DR W 8 CALDWELL 11 after taking twothirds otis fifty cent or one dollar bottle It fills to do as represented wowill retund the purchase price W0NTICELLOrzmzi 2matm GAS STovEs 4+ + + + ++Ht+ + + AT COST tp CHEAP GAS 11Do not have H pasoliiiu explosion when you can get Gas at SI 25 per thousand for cooking and heating This Company Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Encourage the Use of the Gas Stove s Once try a Gas Cooking Stove and you will never give It up It is junt as cheap as tonI and always ready can Luke in three minutes We sell Stove at Cost and run pipe to curbing free and into the house at Cost Use a WelKbach burner anti increase jour light fivo times and reduce your gas bill twothirds Call at the office for particulars PInlyllMllP Season fishing tickets 5tiny tickets 25 cents 2mftytf WAR TO TiE DEATH PESTS OF THE POUWJST YAnD MSOO American Lire Destroyer KilN More Mites hiiceaimdhther Vermin III a Day Than All Other Remedies Ceambi nod The war iti oh The days of lice and vermin that have done so niuch to make the life of tbjj poultrymaii luisenible and his business unprofitable are over American LIie Destroyer js tIme proper ammunition lo use This preparation wonderful in its povcraiid verndn exist tweutyfour touts after it- si applied to the coop or fliwls Every poiiltryuian peeds it It is cheap re liaWe and effective one package b ing sufficient to protect from niiles or lied for qho year When this Ie stroyeris used profits at ojice inert av prifitalmatiknow it Dijnt goon lsinR mftnoy every veeh bHt try Anlprican Jice Destroyer tou may lmavh tried other tbjnxs without success jif thhijitile you can hay iyour back we Jaickkstroeror lice you inijy have Do it fool away monoy with UieclpW or homeiriide malteahifts iJifti Ptikntifie tiifans Time AmwiuMii ijfee DeMr0yej has len ithast ofInit tkieaimot dtli werkrIneniIeryou 7 1 wqLog belliedisAjmerIcamCo DRUGGISTS a- 84gv JVe wish to aniiounc to ur- II friends and customers that our line is complete for I4i tj- RIN I llff1IJ1m Factory prices have idvnnced on boughtI1i nndiPg ip iIi ingly CHEAP tr iirulill taking line always kept in stock SIB 6- i iv SeOLDIIAM9S ui JiSUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAfil Ei tFi- I Day Phone 76 Niffht 136 r L L1 N E EK C DIVISION IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 1898 OStmI5t 3 55am Lv 3 Mam 10 Bichmond Accra lO1th bound 11 23pm Lvll 25pmaysrille noah bound Lv 6 sum11 south bound arm 7 wpm21 nolaDct sooth bound Lv S SSam53 Stanfordnoith bound arr 6 45a- m2TTor further informationcall on or address TELEPHONE 78 KUPER HOOD Agt A BOON TO MANKIND s DRTABLEIRS BUCKEYE ml4ro j4JL PILE I ellEtUSE CURE A New Discovery for the Cettain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PATh FAILEDTUBESJAMB F EAILARB Sue Prspfetor 310 NIth Main Street ST LGUiS UO For sale by PERRY TJIOMAS Druggistsantlt S a ftCNi Iv fA25 Tie kin Mild feslieit Co OF LXUTON KYi iti4e1 4 22000009 Paid 11V imLivingJ3ijfl 8URPLuiTue iao th Soabiaee MutualLIIe Iaars lipay investment Compaay Is tho reverre of A psal pa the the is 1tpyslhepteatis deid4mndepressionitt1te aiidls abso UtOIjy ltaY t5bsStMaIabJOcurItv reaieatate at 80 Per Insurss i7 Pthm4tif lLLlOW L1 Aaniff iI