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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i RL w w T 1 I ij t 41 d I A r i 2 T kit TIic 0 s rl iftR 1cfI 0NSn i CIMAE tt I TOLUMtE 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MA 30 1900 NUMBER 5i I c r tr r r 17 JereedREPAIRING AND A SPECIALTY TIMEINQ FIHETVATCHES 1 7 a Work MAIN RICHMOND rlJ tcMEIuAs BRAN ft1u1VlLltD cliTJ l iMt3S WHISKY FULL- QUARTS 4RDelivered Expressage paid anywhcro directly acces sible to Adams American or U S Express In box without any marks Indicating an absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEY direct from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or com mercial agency In Louisville IUD GGLDEWEY COJ 231 W St LcDlsville The New Woman I Uanufacured by THE FLORENCE MEDICINE Red Oak U S o GENTLEMENS DRIY1FiG MAOW We the best niateiaI Has all date attachments Splendid Finish Price is right We can make it an inducement for dealers to + handle cur work We manufacture a full line of light pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and S price list A S All KY t plain Guaranteed Main Ky o FULLER BUG COmorr + srrcn t O PROFESSIONAL CARDS t BNE7Sj R E ROBERTS ATTOIINBYATVLA- WIUC1IMOND 3omc over Climax Office with Jas B Mc Crearr Second Street Rw RICHMOND ortiec In the Burnam next door to r arner8 National Hank fcb3ly s SOLLrVJ KYvrhA w RICHMOND Oil over Suite Hank iTriiet Co op posite nunrt lloKi on MHJII Street J 0 M OI1KNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KioHMONn KENTUCKY Ottiiw on Secoiil street over Chen anlts W R LETCHER A tKuIMi XI IVESTICKY i Olir with T J Smith Jr over IiOvll1ston MitchellV lowry1 Attorneyair Law 11ilprIty 1I11111UI nithnnll Ky TALBOT JACS O- iATTORNEYATLAW J RICHMOND KENTUCKY a Offlc in Prather Main Street PHTSI3IAXS DItS GIBSON j lII1iJ AS lNI SUR7EOS- tCibtoND KKNTUCKY tj Office in IJC Joe Cclini building iS and ao Sec ond Street over Wane old drugstore 7 CFLAS C IIOQKKR- Fp EfKRIKA U y KUltGKON I Orailuale Ontario Veterinary Cdltgc Dentistry and BlcriUty a Specialty tVelerluary at my stable on corner Frjt Richmond Ky If O JASPER M D I Medicine anti Surgery Oflice rrather Buildiiiz 1fain Telephone at Cnrr place Broadway 4HltUUlOND KJBJTBCKT j N 11 0 plVSCIAS AND unaEON RCIiMOtI1 KvucnY BBKTAli STOOEBY j DT a ct O1tOt bi 1r 0STI or LOCISVILLB KY n OfBos next door tu GoVernment Building lUcbmSnd Ky Office hours S to 121 to 4 no 17ly U DFRED SMITH DENtiST jQOlIlcefolerTaylorDros Hardware Store PATEITSJi FREE1fodcomoderate ilillcmU Mi4tLv OflflM4lh- IsILp I WIlUr 0 n Sea a nl Guaranteed STREET FAVORITE KENTUCKY KENTUCKY ltOlIeya GIBSON 1 IN 1t1E MARKEr contents IS tnc cme Jr BEAUTY HEALTH LONGEVITY 1ODays CommonSense r Jinnte treatment fur one dollar TIlt Lady FlorenrcHemedyJiaipecino and cure eWUIdo sufiertng women tbo know too upon their health I and strength caused by ailments peculiar to itbelrowncrr Thr Lady Florence Remedy not a cureall but U a cure disease or woman preoatptlonwrittenclan and surgeon who has treated more complicated cases or female dlmues perhaps than any one other IndlTldual It now for the tint time tht country within the reach all classes One package affords relief In the most obstinate es GO Iowa G q9 O D4 i use only of up to J C7 JACKSON oe apriscm KKSTDCKY Building bN ATTORN grotery Law BiilulnB and Blreet reilence the on anl2ly HofeetM Da4SbtI in of LADIES CHARMS AND WATCHES Anideaof the beauty nUll variety of these goods can he gained by a visit to the storo A glance at the windows wilLnot do Only a very small part of the collection in seen there 1he quality of these charming goods cannot be judged by the price Our figures are much lower than the value of these things demand A few items will prove this statement F J YEAGER Hotel For SaleI An established wellpajinc furnished hotel recently refitted and firstclass 200 accommo Jutions the leading hotel in the growing city treatballInpayments if desired Address for Box 238 Somerset Kmayll2w Dr ioiiis Ii LandnIan So West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio itl be at M M Millers residence second door 0 PostolRce Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician ot Klch mond Ky maylly P trDniz llo Ins ranc Insure your dwellings barns and otherpron COMPANYGives protection against FIRE Lll1fi ua AN TOlNAD No assessment calls ou members when losses occur to other members and no initiation tee charged to become a member or company The cheapest and most reliable company fir the people of our untyl1oW operating in the State end gets cheaper every year falling to one halt after the Brat year For further information call on their agent and collector B R B Black attorneyatlaw opposIteCourtCompany upstairs J H rARTEn Pres mayZMy C C BOSWOKTHSi8c y rItEiWASI1BOILR I II PAT ALIOWED MARCH I5ml899 E3T70M SHOWING COILED COPPER STEAM PIPES 1I11aa d Wltl1iA tIIV NOlHe itped rrni no mrft Crll t totWtI IiIe 41o3lns veaIIilee4eV5J ut luc Iftlioc fr drtuts i Zrtrr nil Tin 300- CqrJJoUose4 400t- Dprrt oIpftM1 lite refriyt q fco z uxi ftepM eJ of olHMro kfcU tr UqIitt t ftijt W1Ii L ANNOUNCEMENT ion lUlU GGILOERTgress from the Eighth District subject to any regular action ot the Democratic party FOB COUSTT CLUe ARORKMTANAUGto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY subjecttoWe are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of tho Democratic party Ve are authorized to announce M U DubJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOB SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aethSrizcd to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce P B uRbAn Dun a candidate for Sheriff Of Mndlson county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Awessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L DemoIcratleWe are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party WIDEATHERAGEMadison county subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PARRISH a candidate for Jailer ot Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PERKINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party POE SCHOOL 5OPEUZNTUDENT We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party Remarkable Progress in Education of Col ored Children of Richmond It was purely from a sense of duty and to be consistent with our doctrine that the solution of the negro problem depends largely upon education and accumulation of property and their moral improvement that we attended the Richmond Colored School last week The day was warm and the walk long and dusty but once Intiide the handsome commodious brick edifice for which the taxpayers of Richmond paid about SlliOOO we felt rewarded for our trouble The eihi uition was a complete surprise a vent able revelation It is not exaggerating the fact to say that no white school iti the county excepting alone Madison Female Institute can make sucli an educationalexhibit Hero we have iu our midst unknown to a large per cent of people an institution fur the improvement of the race that has no superior in the State In support of this heeiningly extravagant boast the CLI MAX points to the fact the Richmond Colored High School excelled all other central Kentucky colored schools at the Educational exhibit in Floral Hall Lexington last year as evidenced by the following notice printed in the Lexington Leader One of the leading features of the colored fair this year is the educational exhibits of the schools of central Ken tucky in Floral Hall A Leader man spent several hours inspecting the ex hibits of the various schools represented The Richmond Ky Might School superintendenthas seen among the schools and has won nine premiums and two certificates of merits The water color paintings are superb both in effect and design being among the finest ever exhibited by a colored public school in this State SOme of them would do credit to an ar list The figures painted are excellent in execution and color blending not a few behigmiperior in form and general effect Thejr wall paper and frescoed designs are very unique and pretty and reflect credit alike upon school and teachers Upon the whole the ar tistic element in tills school is superior to that of any colored school upon ex hibition In map drawing one of their specialties they have certainly excelled for in color and outline their maps isis hard to excel Their pen and ink sketches are Very creditable The color work design of four colored papers and in form study shows careful and artistic merit and is used as a steppingstone to the more industrial features oi the exhibit viz The frescoe wall designsViseall the curricnlm of common schools and high schools are neatly written excellent in form anti work showing superior methods The different sub- Jects are neatly bound together with rovers designed and printed by the pupils a feature in itself The CLIMAX man was told that every year since 1890 these exhibits are held here and that their quality IK con Women ate Like FIlfealthyandstrong I and bloom Sickly they wither and die Every woman ought to look well and feel well Its her right and duty but she might as well try to put out a fire with oil as to be healthy and at tractivs with dfaeire corroding the organs thAtmakcher awomaa Upon f their health depends her health If there Is Inflammation or weakening drains or suffering at the monthly t period attend to It at once Don t delay You e one step nearer the grave eve ydy you put It off Women can stand a graM deal but they cannot live forever wRh lese dragging at the most a Iice ad Vitalorgans In their body toss may- have been deceived in socalled cur We dont see how Ami4 help it I there Is ao niuch worthies ttttffjw the ar etBut you wont ppoteUd Tradfleld Ptml R ei Hlator b lieyoltiith o enie fl 1 cine B MrttLtOC womaelyilk TIM- tJfuucll difference btait aBd f other lIMr iedl Ifcir M HtwrlgMaad wroeg a46 14a- Funalo f Regulator sootbe the pats flatrenctrthl g ItforwoeasOsWdelM whether tuy wm be IL BradlUId1 ksehtcr lies at j Jae pubUs at 4rf ptei I 1 50 bSI1 1IIW 4iHl stantly improving Those citizen who are interested in the development of the iniiuls and clinntuters of tlieee people fiiotild Fciie the first opportunity tuMipjxet the wonderful progresi being malt in the rdtiiratiun coUre cliildieii of this city us evidented by these minimi rxhihita The Utriii teudent lrof U AV neriolta is mi cnliuhtetiFd ehl tedJlnltU1 Hn He is piojjressive slid enthusiastic in his work nnd to these qimliiicn mills a high character ntid till ability to teach to communicate knowledge to the pupils under lila control Ho expressed himself as most grateful to tIle Board of Education of Richmond which inbuiltlillgsuperior in the State COL J HENRY POWELL PAID A DISTINGUISHED HONOR BY CUL TUREDOSTONi Henderson Ky Qleaner As indicated in Dr Benjamin F tlIsIntroductory wl8lmoreletter to know that ho had heen so highly honored and that too by Cul honnlmorebut natural that the Colonel should be lrnitionhis great reputation in the lecture field Tlie Gleaner is glad to say that Dr Truebloods confidence has not been misplaced but fortuitously centered upon the right man the place DK TUDEBLOODS LETTER BOSTON May 10 lion J lL Pmrtll KyMyned a little surprise for you which 1 hope may be altogether pleasant to you When I met you at Henderson at the time of my lectureI wasso much pleased with your character antI Chris hpedthntwith ns in the great work in which the engagestIterdav at our animal meeting and you were unanimously elected one of the vicepresidents of the society The po sition involves no special labor and no necessary expense I hope you may give us tile great pleasure of allowing us to use your name and the influence of your stand Ing in Kentucky in the interests of our workWith most pleasant remembrances I am Very sincerely yours BENJAMIN F TBOEULOOD Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians hail given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bit ters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improve ment continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No oneshonld fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tie at Perry Thomas Drug Store Sire cessors to W G White 5 OUTING OF KENTUCKY EDITORS The of the Kentucky State Press Association lisa been arranged inLouisvillethe addresses of the officers wilt be de livered and usual proceedings gone through with O1cers will be elected literarylaborsmercial Club will entertain the editors After business is concluded the annual jaunt will be taKen On Tuesday night the party leaves for Chicago and Mil waukee over the Monon From Mil waukee they go throutrh the Northwest visiting Waukesha Madison M itineap Su Paul Minnetonka Vest Salerior and Duluth A visit will be made to the Sault Ste Marie if possible PeaceCrosbyMissulakes MinuteCough herbreathwhullfarnilcoughs colds croup grippe bronchitis troublesGOLD IN CASEY Farmers FrIend1 Considerable excitement has been caused in tho vicinity Rust Branch Casey county by the discoveryof what is believed to beit mine con siderablo value on the land of James Adams The government expert at Charlottesville N C has assayed the promislugIhlAhlcClinThe assay gives a yield of about 49 of an ounce to the ton which would make the oro worth approximately considerftlbsurlpce assay A Frightful Slander Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni- civ Salvo the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal itCures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers eruptionsBesta box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas DrugKist 5 A STRANGE OCCUftENCE atTaylorthe Harrodsbnre Democrat Taylor garden in which some of the bean libheartvegetables thatthosefrostbutWainjuredAll goods are alike to PUT NAM FADELESS DYES as they color all fibers at OnE boiling Solcl by CL Searey Waco Ky Thomas Adaims Panola Ky2may1m LeiMraIIllofrsfsULss peIIfeI HutkfUid thneaut=PeWitf Littto Bi rfr Hfe i ttk Int pith I wjr wri ltJ j4 lUblUok tif1l rr t EVERYBODYS MAGAZINE FOR JUNE Everybodys Magazine for June is full of that sort of literature that is eit y to rend and nard to forget The ckilful aiindziure of information wit- hiitsrest which characteristiu Of the articles in this magazine is shown at its be U Tim Simple Explanation elf the month is entitled Electricity and oiiie Other puzzle Time author dis claims at the outset allY intention of explaining what elecliicity is for he says no explanation has yet been liven But ho stalks breezily along about the latest theories in regard to it and tubes the reader finishes be will have a very good idea of vhutitis thought to be no wen as a pretty clear limitretarding of the hypotheses that concern light heat gravitation and the atomic and molecular construction of matter The Descent of the Horse is u well illustrated articles in A bright and readable way the evolution of the ash mal from the earliest projienltot and who it seems WAS about the site of a fox From Cotton to Cloth is the fourth article in the American Industries series It dercribeH the spinning and wearing of cotton fabrics The mill taken as a type is one of the new ones In the South and the author takijs ad Vantage of the fact to give some impor tant anil interesting facts on the South ern ion Tim Actor on The Bond is a most amusing description of the trial and triumphs of a road company lilawritten by a umnager of such companies who prefers to keep lila name sucret allegine as a reason that he ban this profeslonthem The fiction Is plentiful and good con slating of the short snappy readable stories of which the magazine makes a specialty nUNWRITTEN LAWS Atlanta Constitution It is to be regretted that in several counties of this State colored census enumerator have been appointed when white Republicans could have placesIt no the7slayeyes 10 the fnit that between the races in the South there Is drawn a lice which neither government can erase It is unwritten law hint law as effective as if engraved 10000 times upon the statue books that negroes not go to white houses to question the women there about any sort of business what soever In the face of this prejudice If Republicans so choose to call it was simply fatuous to appoint negroes upon a business which necessitates the nail ing upon members of a family at home and the asking of questions which are not always too readily answered uven for white interrogators There are powercanetiriimr up the feelings of the people upon matter which are dear to them ami which they are not willing to ills ditferontlyfrumIt in to be hoped that the supervisors who have been led into this mistake will undo it and appoint men for this service who will he received by the people upon whom they call After suffering from severe dyspep sia over twelve years and using many remidos without permanent jtood finn ly took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It did me so much good I recomended it to everyone writes J E Watkins Gleik and Kecorder Chillicnthe Mo It digests what you eat Perry Thomas WIRE FENCE TELEPHONES Wide publicity has been given re cently to time fact that an Indiana farmer has established a wirefence bile phone line a few miles long The live tem of using barbed wIre fences for telephone lines is not new in Texas It is Conservatively estimated that there aro over 2 000 milesof wirefence operationinin the Panhandle or the Western part of Texas that dots not have its own private telephone system anti the barbed wire of the pasture fences are used exclusively for the purpose A number of these private lines are 50 miles long and messages are sent and received daily that distance without a break All of the towns on the Texas and Pacific and the Ft Worth and Denver Railroads are connected with the surrounding ranches by means OHorltelepheonAlIueabout three years ago THREE GREAT MEN GONE On county ourt last September lion German Htont stood upon a platform in the court house in Versailles and tire sented Hon Win Goobel to an iiu dionce that taxed the capacity of the building Both of these gentlemen earned strong and vigorous that dyarid showed no signs that they Wore marked for so Soon a taking off A month later lion E E Settle addressed as large nn audience in the same room All these gentlemen were brave loyal and fearless arid seemed just at the prime of their days of usefulness To graveissolemn reminders of how uncertain is deathMiulwayClipper After suffering from for fifteen years I was cured by using two boxes SalvewritesVJBaxter heals everything Beware of counter felts Perry Thomas HOWS TillS The housewives of Taylor county LogmuCountyekgs nnd newspapers A eutleinIiii into this office and purchased one hundred or more old newspaptff- with which to feed his He tears the paper into shreds and soaks it In soir milk until the whole mass tie thcliensto their egg producing qualities Tbi IIfielilthought it has expanded until witliir COtJforGUWMS FOR GIRL GRADUATES White organdy has become the ac gfltI ject thAsl gowns are trlmultdwi ruffles ofjthesarre ench edged witUja row of number one a satin rL I bon Tboyare usually worn over Blip cptIowiieekaiaro stjipqil with llnes of the rihbiW gathered to alternate with clusters K fine tuckEIi ItIlLamiSflthr 1SeaklS nj I hajhadwol41 ha MJowed their pceeednt nting1h 1merit if thai alight gro he ttxradforit Wo I tbe pay jletin try ctwiIuhs wt- sudIf Id 71r I I 8FFICIAL CALL At a meeting of the Eighth Coniiros Cominilteehielilmoo for the purpose of fixing the time mariner nnd place of selecting a Demo cratlc nominee for Congress from the Eighth Congressional District of Ken tuckyto be votfld for on behalf of the Democratic party at tile general dee tion in 1000 pursuant to the call of the Chairman Hon Simeon Cook the following members of the Committee were preteiit in person AV N Scott of Shelbyi W M Black of Spender Win Sxudiiskv of Jessamine W C Bejl of Mercer So E Booth of Anderson and the following by proxy iJ 3 Cbrisman of Boyle Moved FirstThat a convention be held by the members of the Democratic party of the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky composed of the counties of Anderson Boyle Garrard Jessamine Lincoln Madison Mercer Itoekcngtle Shelby and Spencer for the purpose of nominating a Congressional candidate to be this nominee of said par ty and to be voted for at the general election in November 1900 Second That said convention be called and notice forthwith be given for its holding on June 20 1900 at 2 oclock p m at Harrodsburg Mercer county Ky That there be selected from each county delegates to that conventionup on the basis of J delegate for each 200 Democratic voters as returned for Gov ernor at the hist State election that for the selection of said delegates there will be a mesa convention held by the Dem ocracy of each of said counties at the court house on June 16 1000 at 2 oclock p to Tim meeting was called to order by the Chairman Hon Simeon Cook and on motion W M Scott was elected Sec rotary and Treasurer Third That all legal voters may take part in said respective mass enliven tions who have heretofore affiliated with thin Democratic party and also those who are known Democrats and who recognize the obligation of sup porting the nominee of said Democratic party by In the selection of said delegates and also any person as will be entitled to cast his lirst vote at the next goneral election and who by life action will pledge himself to sup port the nominee of said Democratic party which respective mass conventions will be called to order and duly conducted according to the party laws Fourth That any person offering himself as a candidate tor the nomination is required to deposit the sum of 100 with the Treasurer of this Commit tee to be used in defrayIng the expenses of holding said convention and the call ing thereof on or before June WeD anti should declare himself as such can dictate on or before such lastmentioned date Fifth That should not more than ole person offer as a candidate by the time aforesaid then this Committee will meet on June 2 1900 and declare such person the nominee and resolve the Committee Into and organize a convention of the Democracy of the Eighth Congressional District anti duly nomi nate a nominee and nominate such per son us the nominee of the party which saul meeting will be at this Commercial Hotel in Harrodsburg Mercer county 1ySixthiTIiaL all the provisions of thin Kentucky Statutes shall obtain and 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 mittee is authorized to modify the sameteventliThiat Simeon Cook Chair man of the Democratic Executive Committee of the Eighth Congressional Dill trlct in directed to give due notice ami do smut perform any and all nets necei saryund proper fur calling and holding said convention which this omrnittto or he as the governing authority of tl e Democratic party in said District is au thorized to do Eighth That theCommittee meet at Harrodsburg Newer county Kyon 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 proper The above resolutions were unani moustv adopted after which the meet ing adjourned SIMEOX COOK Clirn W M SCOTT Sec Piirsnatit to above I hereby calla OuvEntion to be held ill the tinrt house Richmond Ky on Saturday June 16 WOO for the purpose sinned Jonx B CIIEXAULT Chin Two little folks went to church alone It was only around the cursor from their home and their mamma knew they would be safe During the long sermon they got tired and the older one supposing that school rules held good in led his sister np in front of the pulpit and said Please mav we go homE Much surprised the clergyman gazed at them over lila spectacles Then he understood nnd said Certainly my children Atilt the two children toddled out while the congregation mjledNL Sterling Gazett HEADACHE Pain back of your eyes Heavy pressure in your head And are you sometimes faint and dizzy Is your tongue coated Bad taste in your mouth And does your food distress you Ae nervous and irritable Do you often have the blues And are troubled about sleeping72i yow Mire Is all wrong But ther is a cu- resTis the old reliable f er J Ii PiUj1They act directly on 1 the liver They cure constlptloobfliousnesssick and dyspepsia Take a laxative do e each nttht yelrsyutheyblye FamUy Pills PSIN 21 jJI IsHiIIiHlTn a MTW I MB now watte ma two to Sow nlltt wtt tii 4 or cuss of DMMfe wiStiSj IJMKbcSa aba 40 oJJDI7lsifa- 1f lies rM4 lININ JetI new ri1 I 1tdiI1 sw S fKiti j t i 4M+CUiL AT4 + M t JSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto elate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap tS ssssSs ssSsss Phone 3 Second St lUOJDlONJ KY JWI Rlt IJUL HEADQUARTERS FOR SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINES UPPLIE Son Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty jSiPOFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros Janl7ly Renlemberf 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 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 mom It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L 60TT janlltl KodolDyspepsa Digests what you eat Itartlficlully digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It In permanentlycuresDyspepsia SickaeadatheGastralgiaCrampsandall Prepared by E C DeWitt ACO Chicago For sale by Perry Thomas R ERfl FQ VAK MENTho meat French Kcajcfly la within ttiffreach of cvcrr Amtlean It arts powerfully nnd qnlcky flew in1IYSC1J Perfect is tho rJiill cf S3 dn cic Yonnetccn milrcaln drlr lost rnnrhcnd Il1 Old Men trill recover thflrrontlirilvlror Itt1s ore for bcsIccss rtniT rr rn rriici EEGENEill It lbs arratest Jicnfai rrt rcJ In this countrr C3 = 60 in vert tK c3ct Bynail CICO rcrh T cr sir via chran rfCl iic roni Phr ro rixhpxoa fio net clTic R cure Llrculara fret Address the American office of BflHESflDXiaiDlSaD1 C5l1Tc For sale by Ifcrry Thomas ecptl3ly For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dw ting with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good utate of cultivation church aitd school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall AJ HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky A N W Train West TnE 4ST LOUIS LIMITED+ VIA Big four Route ectIve April 23 Tt TEXAs r J Ht Ii ilUSS fflHISSOURI LeareOl 4aeJ2AmvI1 414L 1 Ilp Arlvs f pm Prlor 9 Ii JI fn Onie WAENJ U W = iA lrifI AGENCY FOR THE 11 ALL WIRE gal expansion AMERICANCATTLE t T HORSES HOGS PIGS STEEL WOVEN heavily nono FIELD FEtCE II fSDOt I I- sissssa t ji f = = = = = j i It 1 u 1EI f IEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS CALL AND SEE rr wn show you bora it wiltsave you money and fence your fields so they Jill STAr FENCED Z ss1 rWe have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes 1which we will sell cheap FOR CASH Dont forget we are agents for the Brown Cultivator AF IkiJill tAWUJ WMA 1MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY th Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PBOPBIBT Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite PINE WORK A SPECIALTY f+4f Those who are contemplating buying Marhle Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers gjfSlii W G GOUCHER one of the best workmen InCenfrdl- Kentncky is in cliargo of our establishment and this means stisfctcrorkin overy phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application CrYOUR PATRONAGE SOL1CITED 1- JTSTVSES T HKTUnLTON Proprietor FURNITURE JOPLIN220222 W Main St bi It is our aim to offer to patrons lIpEKyi uptodate furniture at prices as K3BIS favorable as anywhere within reach and with this view we are daily adding to our stock the latest goods Call inspect for yourself You will profit by it Polite attention and generalsatisfaction guaranteed t- Read below Iron Beds 000 lip Bedroom Suites 20 00 up Couches 12 00 up Rocking Chairs h 2 00 up JOdd Dressers 5 50 up Extension Tables 5 00 up- Also ask to see our full line of Folding Beds LCotst Springs SsviMattressesfoniers etc fllLalPclSMi matt1ngs- ATs fI 4Cfft FOR CASH UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Rupectfiilly JOIS 1JOPLINIi Night Phone 116 Diy Phone 73 Witchand o41rGt h 1jH T1 I FdeJ The Richmond Climax J O CUINAULTnnknProprietor A D MILLEK BuBlnens Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1900 PDBLI3HKU EVICRY WRDNKSUAY KT Tho Climax Printing Co PUIC15 PKT YTflAR 9150 OUl printer who rled this weeks instllImlnt of Ten Minutes With AValton has been sentenced to Georgo town as one tlf the conspirators Free dom of the Press uiust not be throttled in lier own sanctuary CAIT WlI SWEENEY joined a prom inent party of fishing tourists of Louis ville last week and they are now at Martinsville Indiana having lots of tport Lebanon Uereld This is Roaring Hill Sweeney and Marilnsville hilL it will be remem bered is where Finley and Taylor are outing Birds of a feather flock to geher flit only who has mae nn elFort to redeem his parlys pledge to atsiet in the detection and convic tion of lioebels assassin is said to be- tx Conirrcsfiinin now Circuit Judge John Henry Wilson And according to recent advices he is threatened with assassination for Ibis alleged efforts to bring tim munlerer to justice Verily Jlepublirans will damn us if wo do and damn us if we dUll find the guilty iniui TilE Democrats of Kentucky wih James II McCreary oiicv lInt John M Harlan for Oovernor of Kentucky The Democratic ptrty in whoso councils Governor McUruary in still pre eminent has again triumphed despite the opposition of Jnstiio Ilnrlan whoso years forviceon the bench has not chancml his intensely partisan nature In 1877 it WIS 8 to 7 In 1900 it was to 8 to Marian A iiBMBKK of the iSichmond Bar a Republican it as Ills solemn belief that Ooebel was a dead man when he wa carried from the scene of the shooting in front of the State Capi- toL And this dwplte the contrary evi dence of ministers If the gospel phv sicians prominent lady attendants mid Appellate Crt Judges Verily in ttiN caso is the wish the lather to the thought This man no doubt secretly condemns the assassins of Goobel tor not killing him instantly IF the list of Kentucky dehcates to the National Convention does contain the name of Jtil e Tarvin of Coving ton the DunuMniiii party of Kentucky will have proven ivrnaiil to its duty to one of the most Hide fnlleHllllure lens advocultH of Mr Itryan and the Chicago platform iiisAmeiiwi Hut therell come a time someday we trust when a mnii shall b honored for cor recting eils within his party for ituint ing out pltfiills that lie in its pathway mid not g hrr outride the party to lulu it We are of thow who believe Judge Tarvin deserves well at the hands ol Democracy and in the impending struggle we know of no Iepuhliian peakers who will lie nude to with him on the sunup where his services will certainly be needed Nonthat the eonlcwt for inventor has been S tit l iNvilla Dmnocras are brginniiii to pick out the men they would Itkn to IiI to the i ist eon vention at KIIMIS City to iuiient tiiKlil lllnrkhiirn Mir rwiry 1oyntz and Veav r nr lli u ms IUllsllre iiltilillv iii litfontil ill f iilierliM witn tile deltgntioi nu IHH Mayor Weaver has a stiog tllt i g thrniighiit ttie Stativand Isis friend intsile of lniivillu iiihint UIMIII b iiiiing him by tusk lug him a delcgmfj Of course he woiiM have nooi psitipii from tlio Lou isville DftmncrMrv The Mavor huns al ways boei a warm xiipporter of Mr Bryan and in th luIjt i in full ac rord with Miturn lilaiikbiirn Me CYoarv and 1ovnt linisvilleTimec WIIIII our distinguished fellow citir zen hits beaus iiiuttnl as pnsillvnlYJIp pllse1 to making the raw tir ioveruiorI- II doubt it is gratifying to him to have his name urged Ir positions of honor in the party It is seldom that one man is favorably considered for three such places as Uni ed stages Senator Goyermir and PeiegiitoaiLarge from poILionIte11racy by model oxGovernor and model exCongressman James llenneti Mc Oreary of this city The Lnnctisrcr correspondent of Mon saysIdsy court duty a larg rr wd is preent lhie Times rnrres jtoiidoat nske1 altout fifty prominent iiemocrats who their choice was fur Governor All exiejut three were for MrCreiuy Some of thuse fr him oppoed Gov Gebel but saj Alt Cieary ran itnie all fuel ions of the party The DcntucratH of Garrard art solid for the exioveiiior LIiLBrowerC LEX1NGTNJXRight and You Wilt Never Repent The Right NoteI- t in ni silii iMivfiif to buy the lst nUvM l iiHvur PIIVH Jo buy a iliiuig tall its qlisip Jn Knrniiure Iarpetfr sn4 IToinc Putt iihinif it is oepocially fronsihle to d the httBnvhij xvfllmado and iluautiftl Kiirnitnreattiie riifht 14 not MKtiavairaiiic We believe wen tIh41ip giving ur iittOlllert the best vaiiti fyrhvir mtjiiejr over offered i cjv jttid ilwt our niunerons d iinnietitjyeajon nt54inpleto with tit is fOotKinVi Very nu West aiid choicest pnnluctiijns ss Vlonirbuyjiig1 cxper Ifiue andbiisinessln nuitycaiiijnake them hid yon know we are selling Wall J Paper loarir than anybody sCvfSrairlCo MAIN AND BROADWAY a LXINGTOX XY sic Xl r l r 4 AWME Councilmen Citi zensRouse up I Your Duty and Your Opportunity Are Here This City Must Cease to be The Prey of Private Cor porations Circuit Judge Thomas J Scott has decreed the sale of the Richmond Electric Plant in July Richmond must ho a bidder and her public guardians must see that this only salvation for competition public and private lightijie shall not bo forever lust swallowed up by the greater corporation the IhdlmOllll- W l r Light Cumpatiy The latter H not k nown to be a bidder for thn electric plant but whatever its intention the welfare of C 000 citizens of Hichmond demands first consider tioii at the hands of our Councilmen and we beseech them to awake to the crisis that is so near at hand opportunityNOWor detriment of us all We therefore urge with all the ardor anti flinrerity of our nature and in be half of a cause that is most wise and just that the City Council take tip the operajugsee it pass into the hands ofor indirectly under the control of the corporation that has hud for yeais a monopoly of lightingMuuid of water and light plants is the watchword of thrIv- ing municipalities from Maine to Call over broad laud The man who disputes the wisdom of this great reform is either saturated with prejudice against progress is per sonally concerned in a monopoly is honestly mistaken in the IlIater or is the echo or implement of those who are being fed fatted and are flourish jug at the public crib To throw light on this subject with the hope of bursting our galling bands to chain our city to the car of irogress to reduce taxation to procure public necessities AT COST is the solo and nly object of tIlls feeble but fearless appealif be not another soul in this city who bets this matter as I do mean to agitate the subject until re sponsibility for its solution whatever it bo shall rest upon our Councilmen for ver either as a monument to their courage enlightenment mid or to their stupidity cowardice mid folly The rapid growth of Public Own ersuuip of Electric Light Plallts in the eJtJtifporlant question 1832 I 1884 I8SO 11 18S8 32 18UO 6- 11t2 io 18l 220 COOInstiles of public lighting plants because iliKsatisfaction stud in both cases the Works were u failure under private us wtli as under public management In tixetilier cases If alleged failure thu oises were various such as destruc lion by flit tn city being unxble to ru miid Thus less than ten failures in XK xporjinunts is the extent of the ef lerts Ioiii the forward movement of Electric Public Ownership It wo werediscnsoing the pijblic own ership of the gas stud water works Icould adduce equally as much testi mony to show the wisdom of such a step and when I tiny equally as much testimony I mean to say that I have at command information in such vol umes and of such credibility that challenge those who may oppose this i puwurIted by piivato Orporathll1sburetllYt- ee jiurchatcd l y city cost front four to live times as much for tlie service operatedthemCompanies such as the ono iu Hich mond today charged S3 50 per thous and feet until the city bought the plant and sot gas at 83 cents per thousand Think of the reduced taxes the in creased facilities That price is charged at Charlottesville Vawhere I visited a few weeks ago while at Rich mond Va the cily owns its gis plant and delivers gas at thin burner at an operating cost of 57 cents a thousand Interest on the value of the plant would ring the total up to 82 cents JJnl there is no need to add iuterest since the plant paid for itself long ago Api nit comjxint must add interest but a plant completely public owned by the interestThe are trotting gas at at a realvostof 70 cents The people of Richmond Ky could 110WIfgaRdolle payshthan is paid by Paris although the lat cityUutwe want to see settled first and settled rIFt Ii the present promoters do not care to become bidders and operate city4puny lor themselves iu a short whileand vivo thousands of dollars annually to the taxpayers if the opponents of this proposition want to talk let them talk out loud thiough thesM columns FltEEto their paymasters saul their slaves CrAHRNOE li WOODS P bIam painfully conscious that my entre into this sacred field of dis cussion will elicit ridicule but while lighting for D lIIocrnc week in amid suek out I have nut neglected some other matters of public concert 1 have been Ptudying the question of pnilic ownership for several years and it lit not a spasm of patriotism or dema eigy that afllicts me J have lottiteti for the time when that which makes tic corporations rich may be turned supportttget no favors without paying wen for ibcm A year ago 1 received these letter from HonUustav Tafel Mayor tohoul1iclpalUtions before the public todav YOR8 OFFICE 1893CLAKEICBDEAR BiaI am in receipt of your kind let readbyJect of public ownership of Irsncuitea t am sure that your address will not tail to give me uubjectI uon adlj your kind assistance in this matter Very trusty JOhn GnaiAV ttnat MayorM189LCLtREIIcEDEAB StatI was very much Kratifiedio re cryUMiX that my views as In the paper read by me at ullClDctwlth the appipral ofaman who like you had already taken a Intheaeririce Industries If progreulve nulnila aU bier the country take of this matter tt will be sure to prevail in the end- Respecttally yours UUBT TAFEL Mayor thut108ting Southern cities have decided to own and operate their own electric light anti FyergreeRAIaSu IligbPobiVa Kinnliiehatut Ala Pratt City JRTacouiaC Kwkw i SGA Gelatin Tiis VajajettfViVa WVaWjIi1Xy7 o1 j 1 r ji 10 SAYS the Ix nisvilld Commercial Mr Beckharo be it understood Is Governor de facto Mr Taylor is still Governor de Jure lhe jury sounds good butt the vcr diet according to Daniel Webster is as follows Plight is almost confession of guilt Tire claim that the wiinases that have confewed the complicity of Finlcy In the Gocllnl nssassinatlonwcre hired to do so is a fine comment on the class of men chosen to guard the executive oillces A precious lot of rascals It would he that would swear away the lives of their frjcnds for mon- eyPERSONAL Miss Margaretta Smith is with friends in Louisvillo Miss Florence Hood returnedon Saturday from Loxiugtan Misses Kit Chenault and Mattie Smith are in Louisville Mis Robert TenIll is visiting Mrs Broee Wagers in Cincinnati Mrs T D Chenault Jr has returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mr John Harris of Campion is visit jHarrisKPearlGlvndon Mrs Anna Peebles of Providence It I is the guest of her daughter Mrs II H Stout Mr A H Rupard antI wife oi Clark were the guests last week of Roy J N Cultuu Miss Mathews of Ashland is with her nephew Mr Geo Corzolius at Hotel Glyndon Mrs W D Coons nee Miss Mollie O Toole is visiting her ulother and sister in this city Mrs Sam Brooks and children of Paynes Depot are with CapU and Mrs Todd this county Mr and Mrs Jno U Clienault left Monday for Frankfurt where they will make their home Warren Hart of Somerset was hear Monday and Tuesday the guest of his uncle T H Hart Mr and Mrs David It levis are at tending the Confederate Veterans re union at Louisville this week Miss Mary Campbell cameup front Louisville last week to visit her mother Mrs Harriett Campbell Mrs J R Davis and Miss Williams of Campbellsville are visiting Mrs A M White and other relatives here Miss Nettie Smith the accomplished stenographer of Collector Yeikes came over from Danville to visit friends lien daughtersMItievisited friends hero several days last weekMiss Jean Amsden a most attractive visitor trom Versailles who hiss been the guest of tricnds here has returned howe Miss Sue HUUIH left yesterday for Euiope blue will go with a party of Nashville friends and will be gone ttiiee months Mrs T D Clienault was called to llotlib VitOby the illness of her daughter Miss Carlisle whom she will bring iiuiuu with her Mrs Richard Cobb Hooker of Stan foU alter u pluaaant visit to her parents Air timid Mrs Maik Phelps hats leiurned liume Kentucky belles who wore tjettin llieii ClIp lor Uoveruor 15 cklitiui are inloriiitd oi Ills ungagemuiit to Miss butjiui oi UweUAbuiu Judge It floydof London Kj was iitre liutt uuuk viaiiing Attorney Jj IL It Black timid to cooler with him uu important legal bueiiiesii Mrs C M Clay Jr and children Cassius M and Jim Harris after a weeks stay with Mr and Mrs Jno D Harris have returned to their home in laris Mr and Mrs Capt Dickerson Mr and Mrs Robt Terrill Air and Mrs Joe Baldwin and little daughter and Miss Curoleen Ballard spent Sunday in Cincinnati Mrs W L CrntchorMr L S Crutch er Mrs W t Fitzpatrick and daugh ter Elise and W S Hngan attended the burial of Mrs Edna Tnrry Tribble at Shelbyville last Wednesday Misses Ula and Johuie Terrill are visiting friends in Nicholisvillo and at tending Jessamine Institute commencement exercises They will also attend the reunion of Confederate Veterans at Curraleen Smith and Price Rncker Mrs Titos Covington and son Mid Dr U W Evans were delightfully entertained Judge and Mrs J M Hfiiton during the tournament at Winchester Prof and Mrs Eugene C Bland ford and little son Eugene of Batesville Arkansas are expecle I here Tuesday to visit their parents Mr and Mrs W Blanfoid Prof Blandford is in the- Inruhv of the University of Arkansas Lebanon Falcon The Christian Womans Board of Missions of this city was right royally entertained by the Misses ett at the latter1 country home True Kentucky hospitality was dispensed was of rare enjoyment Will J Chum C U 85 is the lead ing lawyer of Colorado City He ami Tate Irvine Let Crenshaw Jim Snnn ibis and Alex Henry were old cronies Three are lawyers Henry is a nreacher- anti Old Cren iswell lies an right Please send me the CLIMAX to this address writes Dr Ira H Sclibolfield Dentist Monteiey Ky Richmond friends of this young gentleman will be glad to know that he is now D D S manyfriends expectedhomoill en route as to necessitate her fathers meeting her at Miss Heath has been teadllulColoentiou in Baylor Univerijitv at Waco IVxas made fa uiotib by Branns Iconoclast The Lawyers Club composed of leading young barristers of the Louisville ttar pave a banquet at the Louisville lintel on Monday We note with antis faction that both Mr John H Clint ofkisdThe following invitation is acknowl edgedMlas Lloyd In honor of The graduating class thlrtyflrstThnrsday ten 1911 We met Col Fre l Grinstead Sal unlay in Lexitigton He waft dnesfltl in a regular wedding suit but tluUplfoufearn that he was ilil outside of Madison rulisabencos- to will avow tIters is no satire at traciivH or worthy yotine geiitlemin heieabotiiH lisp lila saul Frtd and if he girls dont mind hell be nit old luclielor 010 II Vnught writes chuiuiingly fro n Philadelphia where tic is a p wtgroduateTonrse in I1Icdlcineauil snrjjury underi uch lamoii prartitioners 81 Drn Shoemaker and Joseph Pric Lncidcntally be offers us n third Inter est III his personal estate if we will send him the ConritlrJ ollntaJ and Rich mond Amonisher Hero sho goes In a notice of the death of Mrs Ida lfobprleYltllis city ElitorB J New Herald says Mrs prettiCtltandhestwomenwe Our deepest Bytnnathy foes out to her only remaining child a eplendia young man but little Jlallt his majority in this bourof his greL bercaveuient Mr and Mm Stauel Bennett and children of Frankfort wilt shortly como to Madison roiiHtv to reside on their farur ner White UM At the Kentucky F lcrUon of Womens Clnlw Hi CoviHjrton tweek MriL Ilenittt keiid NtheCMirferJotHnaJ- pOfoiuieLt4DfM OUhe ingat inteoett CJJJfAxcwillnipri c IlIjl f i Zt iIl Good Beginnings Make GoodEndings YoUIe making a good beginning when you commence to tae Hoods Satsapar31a for Any rouble of your Mood stomach Kidneys or liver Persistently taken this great medicine will bring you the good end jag of perfect health strength And vigor dyears of age on Friday lat May 24 which was also iiii birthday of Queen Victoria And this latter in nil her glory was not more happy than our distinguished tellowcitizeti whIle Unlike the rood queen is at peace with nil the world 8iuround d by many friends and a devoted family in whose circle there is not a missing link nor a vacant chair The Prandennlal Club will not meet and eat until Tuesday night next on occount of so many absent members Roberts the host will give his a good time when they do get to ether for this the last meeting of this The subject of Christian Science beingMessrsClark Ryalls Woodf Turley Ur A Wilkes Smith and Gov McCre- aryDEAThS BAXTERIt is painful to chronicle respectnutBirdie Stout Baxter aged abontSo a herhusbandtomb leaving three little orphan children Mrs Baxter died on Monday of yesterdayMARRIED DURiiAMAMHiioir Dr T J Durham of Kirksville and Miss Sallie At drich of Garrard were married May16- LEDFORDSOwFIliLOn 23 at Kicholasville Mr J B Ledford of Fannla and Miss Sadie ikwers an at tractive belle of Valley View Here are Flowers lor flue Living It is customary for our friends to save keeltheirresponsive ears Here is where custom is reversed and the living hears the praise and receives the homage 01 hearts while his yet beats in unison For faithfulness throuch the years that are gone the Union City Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons pays this tribute to one of the surviving founders of their lodge At a regular meeting of J D Hamil ton Lodge No 578 F A MOIl Mav 12 1100 it was unanimously declared that Bro J D Hamilton made a free member of this Lodge and a committee was appointed to convey to Bro Hamilton notice of the action expressjaglabors and our sympathy for him as he lies upon a bed ot sickness There tore be It- Rewired By the members of this JU Hamilton Lodge No 578 that while it has been a custom to express our re uatd anti appreciation of the merits of the death yet we prefer to do this of the living and in making Bro Hamilton a free member of this lodge of which lie was one of the founders being its first presulec1lonlerwhich bears his name that we convey to him our appreciation of his tireless energy in its behalf lila sterling quail ties as a Mason and Christian gentle sympathyitand prayers for recoverySHELBY J G BOSLKY W C FRENCH AT ClIENACLT Committee BLUE GRASS TOURNAMENT List of the Various Contests and Those Who Carried Off the Honors HELD AT WINCHESTER LAST WEEK SUMMARY Place Won Tied Second Tot- alWlnchesterIIL 13 2J Lancaster1 i12Midway s tj a Somerset 3 117RlchmondMt Sterling 3 Flemingsburg Cynthiana L = = Somerset Mt Sterling Cynthiana MidwayLancaster ter graded schools were represented awardedIClara MyrileBrittonMale declamatory contest TF Harris Richmond first W K Itees Win Chester seconI Oral spelling for children under 12 years Sarah Beverly Jouett Winches ter first Chas Mishburg Harrods bure Second Oral spelling 12 to 14 years Tie be tweet Ed L Cropper Midway anti Clarance Reid Winchester Written spelling Lida lodge Wiu Chester Public oral spelling Lida Hoduofirst Julia Hastings second both of Win Chester C3SidymSlerling GiiKsbyWinchester Harrodabnrg second amongPriceM lhin Midway and Sam F Parker Somerset each being perfect partElkGrlMnllin Midway second Plane geometry Robert McMullin Midway first Walter Hudson Lnncas ter second vansFleminjsbursLitin free translation Pearl Pelton Somerset GriJ8bvMental aritmetic Joe Shaw and liar vey Kawlings both of Winchester English composition Willin Belle Burnsidea Lancaster first Albert LClothier Somerset second CoyleMtSlanting penmanship Belle Moore Somerset Drawing JR8 French Winchester English grammar Mollie E Clause Richmond United States history John Thatcher Jo in erect MOMilhinMidwayCounty Chester Best chorus Lancaster V cat quartet Lancaster Vocal duet female Cora Ward timid Ethel West Lancaster fHmalaoEstherJonesVocal solo female Sntio Mitchell MidwaycOVocal solo male AY K Rees Win chester PUno duct Violet Ronaker and Carrie FiUwster Cynthiana iPiano solo Harry Samueln MtiSfer hinSR9beitsIaucItichmond oneeighth wileMRrsliall Jenny Lancaster one half mile Lee Anderso Lancaster IOnehald mile bkycle raced ted Biond Winchester thurecfoooni mile Wcycl race 8t ndin start IkiQeHh er HarrodsfeHrg thireaIoitrijhig 1JtiIe bicycle raw flying start Ike Gaither Ifarrodaburj MalllhaUDeiuayLanOll stell Lancaster atundieg trutt jttrap Marshall LancMter HauiodbnrgyuurslaTheaterCbsr Bees WImeh sis1 tIG1Ii Vsi Wb t 1 1u i S Theilrst was between nnjl dt1cJlle113betweenanil was won by the former by a score offlto7 The scbolir hip oiliTod br Centre College for the Jgt English scholar was awarded Willta Hoi of liiiinter and Hue nile ilfered bv the Stnte College for ih 1111 yimiitig most pt iTeR exclusive yf was won by Ella Grhssby of Windlcstor Madison Institutes Foilylourih Co Jimen cc mont The fortyfourt cuuimencenicnt of Mmlfcon Institute bcgnii Saturday with hue radio SongK of All II On Sundav inortiini the njriiuni by Hey Mr Gatrihon outlimd lnInw- Siiinlay night tint Y W C A senuon was delivered by Id v Mr Tinder an CarlisleMonday evening thero wa an elocu alargeLast evening the music class gave a swell concert The most interesting exercises take place this morning at 10 oclock Class Day in tIme chapel lhis evening the Alumni banquet or curs Tomorrow morning ctiimnence ment exercises and in time evening a grand reception couldhaveadmission last SlIndav to the church to hear the baccalaureate sermon by Rev James H Garrison Emil tor of the Christian Evangelist St werecloledstudents of Madison Institute turned out in lovely white costumes and the students of Central University were there in a body choir was made up of youupr ladles and the music was very fine Rev Mr Lloyd introduced readingbyequaledhereIs indebted to Rev Jasper K Smith of excellentof the discourse by the distinguished minister Rev Mr Garrison took for his text what are commonly called the last words of Paul contained in II Tlmo versesHehe halt selected the last words of a man as a message to those just entering the struggle of life but declared that life could be most clearly seen from its end its struggle could be best understood from the results He spoke of Paul li- great moral hero and suggested that if shouldbeheroes would be enlisted under tIme standard of Christ He showed that bothinand we rise in the scale of existence the struggle becomes more intense hulahigherhits fleshly nature This is a battle each one of us has to fight and there id no contest more bitter Pauls fight was with the narrowing influences of Juda ism lie contended for a broad Chris tianity The Christian today has to prejudicewas with the tyrant Nero who laid him fightisNero represented He showed that life la a course that must be finished lIe illustrated this thought with a vessel leaving its port ami contrasted this beautiful sight with the sublime sight of this vessel reaching its destination successfully alter a perilous voyage a regiment of soldiers going into antI coining victoriously out ol a fierce campaign a couple at the marriage altar and the tame couple who have faithfully trod lifes pathway together He thathuehind been deprived of many things and would soon lose his life but he tri umphantly declared 1 have kept the faith Tho minister threw a striking picture of the battle scarred hero Paul a prisoner about to be executed and the crowncd t rant Ncro with lila glittering retinue but tho prisoner knows he is not defeated but is conscious of victory In the place of his material losses and sufferings ho has a vision of heaven and the cross of rightousness that awaits him Ho aptly concluded his discourse with the inscription on the monument of President Garfield Lifes race welt run Lites work well dono Lifes crown well won Bows This We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward lor111f case of Catarrh that can notbe by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Yetthe undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DrugsislsTolettovip Wholesale DruggIsts Toledo O Hauls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upoli the blood systemTestimonials Sold by all druggists 75 edits Halls Family Pills are the best 2maylm SILVER CREEK Dr Hockaday lost a valuable colt last week James J Brown pent last week in Winchester with relativea Wheat anticorn look well Some few have set tobacco plants A K Doty of Kingston spent Sun day with Dr W L IJockndayIMiss Lizzie Dozier of ned House spent last week with Miss Stella Adams James D Brown sold a nice buggy mare to Guy Rice of Paint Lick for 15 Miss Maggie llaybnrn of Richmond is visiting tier sister Mrs H U Scriy ner Will Powers and fal11l1of Rich mond spent Sunday with Miss Ella Powers Rev H H Zernow of Kirksville preached at Sliver Creek icliool house Sunday evening Dr C E Puyntz and sister Miss Estelle of Paint Lick spent Wednes day with Miss Morritt Junes Ben anti Jess Couchman have retnrn ed to their home near Lexington alter a visit to their brother Robt Couch man Dr Jones wifo and daughter return ed to Layre nee burg Friday after a pleasant to Mralld Mrs J T Jones Miss Margaret Jennings is at Lome from Lexington where she has been attending school for the past ten monthsS Thorpe and family of Rich mouth Henry Itnybnrn and family ol Speedwell spent Sunday with H B Scrivner and wife wjllllittle 5111 who iill upend the summer with W H Jones and Jnmilj PAINT LICK Mr Harry L FrantIs attended the house party given by Miss Guerrant in Danville irs Julia Jones Potfer of Tennessee is with her father Cnpl Wm Jones lralliJ Mrs lXui Doty of Stan toni who Were receuy marriedat tended communion slrvhe at New Hope Sunday Mrs Doty was the beautiful Miss Annia Thorn of MH lersburg They wtrnl riedAt thoj yRevMr A It Guyn is visiting relatives in Jessamine county Messrs Salem Valaee Sr stud Jr Miwea Fanny larketr Ann 1rancis Alldother auleruleul this G A Ro 1e j union in Lancaster Friday The following parnyeKititertiay to aeud the Yoummj Couveu- slog MM Meufiioo at ItonHnriUe Bv LI r1illAWs1IJrMr WISII K t l l j If JarlcJCbenanU o Kiclimond passed through our little it3 Saturdayo- navIsittorsts Eimore FROSt ASOTIIEK ccBHEsroSnENT Drs 0 E Eoyntz and C A Fih at tenthU the iA Khop at Lancaster Friday night Mr J Henry Fish of Mt Vernon is tire guest of his brother Mr W C Fish W J Gilllspie Peter Howe Jas OUYIJ Ed Ballart Ben Lear Cnpt Duty D A Renew and C Edwin Poyntz lelt yesterday for Lonisyillo to atiei d the Confederate Reunion Mr Jno Ruckor and family have returned from Brry Ky to again make Paint Lick their home THE MOUTH- is the most expressive feature and is marred by the lackof good TEETH and disfigured by poor ones Place yourself in our hands Our system of- DENTISTRY is strictly modern andevery case is successfully treated Our artificial teeth are perfect- in form color and use Will last a lifetime All work done withutmost care DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Bldginfice open all nig- htMany tdevoted to advertising Pages the kind I11of wall paper we sell can be seen magazineswhl not be W advertised thus extensively the raanufactrrcrs did not know that they had something that the people would want The price tells in wall paper as in anything else and a paper I that can be sold for at least n Hr third less than any other is sure to be In demand provided it is just as good We have no hesitation in say- Ing that PIttsburg paper Is second to none on the market It is made only in the latest and most popular designs and patterns and we nsk you to call and see for yourself the beauty of this line Geo M Willging WallpapjrWindow ShadesPic ture Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass etc Stock the largest Prices always the lowest Your inspection re quested 209 W Halo St Richmond Ky I I C6 6 t NOW Is THE TIME TO BUY k Neat Nobby Nice Dress hoods IAN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CON VINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE THEM AND THAT OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT hAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OP SILK GINGHAMS AT mc W A few patterns of Japanese Wash Silks at 49e their real value is GOe Dont forget our Percales and Ginghamswe have them in the proper styles and shades at PRICES to suit you Linen Skirts at 39e Scotch Lawns at 5c Our Lassa Quilts at 59c 75c and on up to 135 will speak for them selves when you see them Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts 99c Ladies Silkatine Skirts all colors 49 and 79c Ladies Silkatine Skirts deep flounce corded ruWe all colors 99c Infants Caps at 9c Infants Embroidered Silk Caps at 25c Ladies Blacked Ribbed Hose special grade 2 pair for 25c Dadies Lace Stripped Hose 25c Childrens Hose in fast colors at lOc Ladies Jet Belts at the very low price of 25c Dont overlook our line of Covert and White P K Skirts We feel sure that our stock will please you and you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread still goes at 4c OUR BARGAIN SHOE SALE 9999 IS STILL GOING ON Come early or you will be too late to secure a bargain for the stock will soon be gone at the prices we have marked them OWEN MgfCEE A PAIL OFFER I will fill any order for you at time same price for anything in the jewelry line that you can get from any other city Selected from anybodys cata logue that yon may Imve thereby sav ing you of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr n P ARMER Master Commissioners Silo Wade flaleagainstLucy Bentley ic Delta By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit CoUit rendered at the April Term thereof moo in the above style cause the un dersigned will on mONDAY JUNE 4TH 1900 Between the hours of 11 oclock n in anl 12 oYlock in at the Court House door in Kichmond Madison county Ky being June County Court day proceed to expose to sale to the bidder the following described property viz A tract of land containing 12 acres OtiCIICrplkThomas Thompson Dudley Trlbblo ninth Dock Deatherage TERMS Sale will be mnde on a credit of six months The purchaser will he required to give bond with approved securitY fur the payment of the purchase motley to have Uio force HUll effect of a judgment bearing legal interest Irom the lay of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT Iii C ir C C FOR SALE I One registered Dun and twenty highcrude bySeptembermy farm and other personal property Sonic ol these Cows are extra good milkers W T BARNES mayOlm Richmond Ky 1t tt trL VVour SummerAT54p m LOWDOWN PRICES II II lffV t t foV JGASOLINE AND c OIL COOKSTOVES Ice Boxes If 1 JvyTater COolers- t tee Cream treezerSII S eas a Screen Dootrs and Win dows Champion Bindlrs i and Mowers Malta and LaNew Departure Cttltlva cJio torst Malta and Avry tDouble Shovel Plows Jt oGIVE US A CALL L4DOUGLAS SIMMOIS STOYES TJlViKK- inchlly o I i I t II ARRIAGE UGGIE PHATONI In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material carriagetbuggyt Knlucky riac W Drk JOHN DONELSON Proprietor r t rirrry- ciiuL s ZUiILkItwir IW 5 IIMIVs t J DEAR MADAM SJ uCvrW e have on exhibition a few J pieces of decorated hand iLcustomers We guarantee that our prices on 5 zc Jtrfpurpose t of increasing our trade and showing S the people that we truly appreciate c fjThisy4t place of White Granite or Iron Stone China It has that soft white vel quality1tworld t The shapes are the very latestpatterns and have been designed s to meet the tastes of the most fas jtidious T I It is only by our guaranteeing to i iuse a large quantity of this ware that have been able to get it at a price Ja 4that puts in within the reachof all- wz Our assortment consists of Cups ii4anct C aucers rr rlates Breakfast 4 j Plates Dinner Pates1Platters1 Coy 7ered Dishes Cream Pitchers Sugar Bowls Tea Pots and everything 4 else which goes to make up a FINE DISHESWe i you to call and inspect it7 whdi we will cheerfully give you full infbrniation F ELY ELDER RiCk OND JCY r1Ji Ti Th S tHrLbSCoLored Sos 0 Plt i In Union Tfe Is Strength Having sold a hall interest in my Grocery Business to pastiavorsattention of his friends to his partnership in the business and solicits a share of their patronage The high grade of goods and reputation of this store will be maintained DEATHERAGE BALDWIN Successors to E Deatherage Co I The Richmond Climax 1900Ie IWewant to sell our stock of China and are going to of i fer it at slaughter prices Come in and select before it is picked over iGarden seed of all kinds IFewflower bulbs left INice lot Tomato and Cab i Plain low and fancyLamps selling Come running Doors open at 7 oclock this morning McCANN DEATHERAGE A eJ Suvo money and get a Biiit from Slot Tor inarl4tf SuilR from PLO up to measure at Stouffers marUtf v Call and leave your measure at Sfoutreis the tailor marHtf ancy8t1Irtaljyew styles atStouf ferri marHtf IliiTuiim A Luxon rail oDVr you some bargain III vehicle may lin Milk fresh and pure Ieiiverpdat your door at 121 cents per gallon by II M Heriidnii Pork Hcrnddii is selling frrsh milk youdoiiitTiio CIiMt x IIlhtrtlell rrqlitFiwiinrft fine meHilnw and Mr Joe Chuuault rented it at I per acie Our motto is strictly cash Best Kroieries nt lowest prices tf It A liAXTKR Mgr ieeStoufFersAt tim County Teachers Examina tion here last week one f the appli cants III reply to tIe question How is n 1011 lest for Governor of Ky settled replied Uy asttifsinatinn Mv Rimrantee ifl that every Suit ol CluthoRHhall uivu perfect satisfaction bffrH leavinif ihn shop I do not charge fur clothes that do not fit CHAS JACOBS feb21tf The Tailor Buy from Willging a quart of Imperial Carriage Paint for SOcts hoysc1hlllinetliini mw III hnlI Olothinjr ntdms iMdibs1 Mo has the finest rllllghttuloivKSt and sroids the bcsu Call und illetti ate fcb2lif Ofrat oppohtutsiuysfIrr1 to t od riliiibu men fnlHry of SUi per week and expeiiK for man with rig to intro luceonr Ioullry Mixture mill IitKcct stampAmerican28febly Time nnv cutter can fit you at Snuffers marl I tf Agents on salary f 15 porwrek and expenses th11nttl4 agent seller pVt1r produced evry stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers want slnmpAmerica28febly Stoutlcr the tailor makes siiiis to fit marl4tf Tailor made yeatfl at Stouffers See tho now style hats at Stouffers Have suits made Stouffer and save 10lIIurHtfGall on Higuins Lnxon for low prices in Uiiggies and toad Wagons may J 1m A new and latest improved Nation atthisEvery house keeper in Madison county shouldread Mr E V Elders a in CLIMAX see higgins Luxon for Buggies land Carriages lrices the lowest majOlm Time Enterprise Grocery will sell houseintf awayhandsomely thisissuuFor Rcnl theEtilseupalApply EVANS25aprtf EcaterpriseGroceryceriHs for cash than any grocery house m Kiclimond it A BAXTER Mjjr tt They Will Quiz You The Census enumerators for Rich mond are lion Durrott W Tribblo aud Messrs Robert K Little anti Richard liortou Magistrates Reconsider Time Magistrates have reconsidered and have ullerml the Infirmary 6UO time usual appropriation for the care of county patients The acceptance of time is under consideration Public Training Stable J J Embry and lJi Wilcox liar lug joined iu partnership for tho pair pose of handling horses have opened a public stable at the fair grounds Anyone miring colts to break or horses tube handled fur speed will do well to eee- llapr m DAVE WILCOX WilIgings Pure Fresh Lead and Oil are the Best at any price Old stuff not cheap at any price Air Cohens Indorsement The Orange Horse Show Associa tion of OnmgM Va wauls services of Mr Mat S touch as Judge t their julgltlfurment to a noted equestrian uud jude of horse hush A Horses Morning Prayer Ou the dash board of every vehicle in this cil noted for its numerous nail costly eqtuipages should be printed thus prxyer of the king of domestic beasts Up bill whip me not Down hill press me not On the level spire me not Iu the 8talrrorget me noL Winchester Courl J A Itamsey reports about 400 cattle on the market Best I0o0Ib steers Mild at AU medium steers 800 to KO brought 4Jc and but few sales were made at lesti figures 200 to 300 ewes mId weathers sold at 350 per hundred Good mules and horses sold well Considerable demand for good family horses aud they sold readily at S85 to 125 She Didnt Know It A young lady handsomely attired came down street on Monday morning shortly before the eclipse and when Old Sot laud face almost from view the earth became so dark as to have the appearance of a coming storm The young lady hastened home ilouned her rainy day skirt and returned otilv to afford amusement for her friends when the eclip e was over Berca College Commencement DayFritlavSocieties Saluidiiy June 2 Academy Exhibition i Sunday June 3 Bacca laureate Sermon bv Rev W II hub hard Auburn N Y Monday June 4 adurecK lieforo Literary Societies Tues day Juno 5 Concert by Music De partment Wednesday June C Com mencement fy Graduating Exer cises at 0 a m Coniinenccmpnt Ad aires at M p in by Jtev Wallace Nutting J of Providence Rhode Island Brass band and plenty of vocal music Military drill by cadets Willging carries in stock more than j00000 rolls of Wall Papers Good 4 and 5c Gilts 6c Dark Reds Greens and IBlues 9c up Will hang your in the best style at low price J We Are Now Ready With the largest and most complete line of SHOES HATS AND MENS FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We hive all the New Things and at PRICES that will please you to buy We invite you to call and examine curbsvi Spring St ck1f and get our prices before buying and be con virwed that for the same quality of lwearethe CHEAPEST house in ROOdII J RICEARNtLD MaLit rtt r ixY- zt r jhf i f rrirt 4iirct ffiI ir- C Wiilrinrs MixedTaint galMadewhite shades or colors A fUIsa OT Sunday Shwfctf The barbers of this city have raised tofifteendayantthelanguaooflikee no takeo no money no shaver Fresh Milk Thrown Away It looks like throwing freshmilk away to sell it at the rate of 12 rents iibying numerous customers with II pun tluluxuryorders at Covington Arnold niay30tf Blue Grass Seed That Will Come Up tluoiissiitltflSlielS ofJalldfermsperson White Hall No letters CASSIUS M CIAY 51JlJOONTunesLexingtotiCitizen will publish CLAY uia 23tf HlQhtsI Mark at Teachers Examination Mr R Lee Davis of this city re CoumuivTeachers brulldlTheoryHe was the only one to receive 100 in eighttillauthMrroom for five years his achievement is applicantsfirms the statement that the questions were tou hIFor Delegate to Kansas City thatMrmay he given the support of Madison TimeInteriorlion harvey Helm formally an nounces his candidacy for delegate to the KnufM City convention in this issue HB is backed by the solid sup alwlIshelpedbitions and his friends expect them to aol ns now There is not a tlor Dean ocrat in the district nor one who would worthilyThe Great Eclipse The long expected eclipse of the sun took according to on Monday morning between programp n m Old Sol set sail for the shadow with shining face and a sk most fair and many an optic winked at him citNinetenthsremamingnarrowthough with a weird yellow glow It thelastMr Sam Parkes cashier of the Far mers National Dunk who is regarded inIRl1ible18C9 Major Hereey of time Weather Bu umportantville since August 7 1869 The next will be in 1918 Now what do Mr T E Baldwin and Mr J A Higgins have to say Eslill Springs 1900Estill J and it M my hope to let the season oi WOO score Several points above our record The hundreds of guests we en tertained last year were kind cnoigh to say that the place was all it should be but my ideal is even higher and I will try to reach it this year As a restful summer home as a place pf exquisite scenery healthful recrea tion good society tood boils and good fare 1 do not believe Estill Springs can doIhhlfulOthers arc nut encouraged anti do not comeShould yon honor us with a visit this pleasel1Weyours and we want you to use and consider it as your home while you are hereI ill be glad to furnish any desired information on application Respectfully J M THOMAS Prop W R THOMAS Mgr Attempted Assassination Henry Hockaday colored nnda white milan named Fowler were brought to jail Vriday by SherilT Colyer for hay plotted to kill James Butner near Paint Lick Their plan failed of execution only by the shot taking effect in the head of the horse Butner was riding although the latter was badly wounded It is claimed that the two white men were rivals in love and that the Iegro was hired to shoot Butner Tho latter IK a son of Win BOther and brother of Jim Butner of Caleast prlentButneryoung ladv utterly failed is shown by this lato piece of information from our Paint Lick correspondent Mr James Butner the efficient and popular clerk for A H Estridge although shot and wounded from am bush last week wilt nevertheless be married today Wednesday to Miss Cassie the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Win Wilcox who reside near here We extend to them our best wishes for a long and fiappy voy ago and may Dame Fortune strew along their pathway many rare flowers success crowning their every effort How Squire Armer Lost a Wedding Fee iIf there is one thing more than an that Squire Armer delights in it ia officiating at the nuptials of love sick young couples who after years of courtship have obtained eachothers consent 10 be Mr and Mrs hereafter The Squire would gladly miss the sale of a diamond rinse or a Seth Thomas clock in order to couple up two souls with but a single thought hence it is that so many young people on matrimo troublesllisJetfersouville of the Blue Grass re gion His fee Is very reasonable ns he always takes a kiss from the bride in part payment Butthe way the rotund magistrate got left last Friday was ofKentuckybuxom girl from and asked to be bpliced The Squiro was all alert in an instant and soon had the couple in po sition for the last rite It was a warm afternoon and the Squire was somewhat negligee so he reached back his useto slacInlostLitekeptLikelor aye Forbid that In your cottage home One thought or Jealousy artao joyYouEach be unto the other true ipotk bayou a hliP1 life You came to have me cay thete words WI now pronounce you husband Hold on hold on therer cm a vbTce at the door M Your Cousin Pleas Broaddus poked his head In the 6toreuDnt xo tHY further That fellow has already btalnedptOfelty niidcr false pretenses lie Biust jfO to jaijl AB as UHf kputy sjieriff AMlieil a warrant Soc tlte wpuWbe brid jf rooms arrest for theft of It horse 4he bride tolwveb eii eiaed It holsbBie mUrelUf roin the rack newby tIINl1JwboW Take nwi Mr WwrifT hC ledWd M the kjecmd lover WM ted wav to dwile Lackey tiers Vraa n tur l 8qIeIe WM 111tbat oSftsaI in tb tM laW tivI- w g i 1 rhIu uics o1 te s illofek- ifS d a tWUUDIUb1 t u J c O h lIt IN ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MENS WEAR ill Eight Ten c f shovvuijTwelvefifty Dollar Lines 8TlyiSliG SUIT 8 inJP rb PRICEWe are also showing all the new things in Furnish t someGREATSuits and all heavy goods that we want to close out- andJ will save you money on every article lhesersame goods will cost you more money next fall e Covington Mitchell rr rEl C Lost A black umbrella with A Mcutou handle Return to this office amid receive rewardstSee the nice line of Window Shades made by WilIging in pure white all colors widths and lengths lOc up CUANU GIn IMSTKIinjTIOX A Tortyccnt Sngar Shell Free to Every Jlarricil Lady Editor Climax We believe that the most effective vlvertisinc we call do is to got samples f our goods into the homes of the Pee ie Therefore we are sending an ele gant sterling silverplated sugar shell such as we sell regularly at 40 cents e U ainitedis nothing to pay The gift ia absolutelYou will confer a favor upon readers by making this announcement in your paper Each lady will send her ume only as thin is too valuable a gift- ot send to persons who dont ask for it UieniHclves Ve give choice of any of our 40 cent designs and will send illus trations from which selection may be made QUAKE VALLKY Mro Co Morgan and Harrison Sts Chicago uOmayGw Mrs Whites Class Musicalim The music class of Mrs W G White gave an entertainment lust week at ilru K B liurnams handsome read hence which has been time scene of so many happy and handsome social and musical functions A number of f Imraendsexhibition was thoroughly enjoyable the renditions evincing talent of high IsWhiteof the evening but the satisfaction Ititt s trhowingmusic was the source of t oiopUshed instructor and her pupils al ways exhibit exrellent results from her training Miss Sue Smith anti Master Edward Jones were awarded medals for the best renditions Following was the program DUET Marche Turqne Mozart Misses Harris Smith 2 SOLO EngelmannEdward 3 SOLO Polka Komi ino Fcnret i DUETSt Farler1a Sartorio 5 SOLORondo llltnon BaamfeMe Gladys Perry 6 SOLO Gypsy Dance Lichner Alma Lackey 7 DUETSaProceulonatrfarcb Sartorio Misses Ballew 8 SOLOWaltz IIortarupLizzIe 9 SOLO Margnerite Behr Eva Toomey 10 iialiases11 SOLOIn JFannie12 SOLODanCe iiMary13 SOLO Pomponnette Darand Edward Jones II DUET ala15 DUET Country Dance No II Nevin Misses Smith Bailor 16 SOLOLi Ilisicj17 DUET Misses Tate Gormley 18 SOLOIdylle Kafka Ballew 19 SOLO Valse Caprice Ncwland Miss Gormley Etude Berlin20 SOLOba Narci ns t Ncrin Miss Tate 71 DUET Invitation a la DancWeberMr Miss West 22 SOLO 2nd ValseGodardMary SOLOI a Prelude Chopin23 b ala Tyrollenoe JUtt Sue Smith 21 SOLOOberon LybaehWobcr Touiuile West 25 DUETMazurka Nevin Mrs Turley Miss Smith Base Ball Bust Up KyUnIversitysday Before the hour to playa rivell our boys got wind of the intention of K Us manager Air Collins to plav two or more thoroughbred rinj rs and Mr C E Woods was delega ed b C Us manager Mr Dudiiuin to run down the rumors lie succeeded in procuring signed statements from time authorities of K TJ showing that Put Downing amHJornelihon were not con nected with tliu University When confronted with this evidence Mr Collins produced a lisper purporting to certify to tile regularity of these men tInt that there was a case of deception not to term it worse was so palpable that our boys refused to play unless tho riiiRcis were ruled oil This Mr Collins positively declined to do He however entered a counter charge that bdiJlcklnsonlrcPairatory slnlIlIdent arid unqucbtionably eligible to play The rest of our players were not collrgtJIrumThe Lexington Leader mId Herald were extremely fair in their treatment of the case and incidentally voiced our sentiment RStO the practice of semiprofessionalism In college athletIc Hreelitvtit AlcOarvev of Kt TJ expressed himself in necorU ItthletIldregret the garni could nut be played in peace We went to witness it as others in out of Lexington Actions like Kentucky Universitys team was pnl guilty of will desuo athletics- If iho authontiea dort take supervision of their clubs This is IIOtu self righteous plcut on behalf of Central Diversity Jn ptwt years slio has not teen far behind her rivalrf In iiitotlona bl tactics but after thai slrouR plea mwlo for purfli atliletlcs here we I x tied by tile action of tbisYHrJ afll54eIi435It in imttliiK mof b9MtfldecpHeo men in the field We wtHi not net toy Meh a team laM Suitanrthiy bgt t1 we h peta nliinereJor iutercohiesitn aiIm tetics tiaM will iaire ttte public bun et apoti dtrito time xeuuine tur dent body and MH to liked taleuut the ijaecthlelicAem bIa1 jiato d salt Qtn h t J Ir Supper at KirJcsvillo The Ladies Aid Society of the Chrit tian church at Kiiksville will give a J eveniimguime willboJ efiJ 1fii1 Pain Intestinesliuclthtul cleansing when you take MoadPs PillsJiold by all druggists 2j cents A minimi rap round the wrist will cure the pain in the arm Alone in Midllcean or tin train in the house or while at toisaureeahIeSyrupefsiLmindigestion sick headache amid toln acii trouble Sold by druggists muatyl m anc1l11usicdiscord Jvothing lana ever been produced to equal or compare with k alldhpllinland bleeding external or iuter al and itching mId bleeding of thin rectum The relief is immediate and hottiestJmiiylm Who hath not known ill fortune evr knew himself or his own virtue allet Alas How Soon Purgnltcn an ache or pain or trouble of any LIiiappemisnuile that bothers yon take Dr Gaul ells Syrnn Pepsin and you trill not willknoa gain The dose is small and it is pluaant to take Sold by all druguists may01 in Iwomallslovoplt eBrommlmitlsequals Coussens Honoy of Tar Price iJ5 and 50 cents Perry Thomas Smaylin The Rev Win A Echols of Ohio dropped dead in a church at St Louis A merioaiis nre known as a dyspeptic maybor Treauetlyheyno value except as palliative of time- mmnmediato ellects tt dyspepsia The lan who uses them may feel better is surely getting worst Ttn y dott t touch real caiisoof time IoeryIsof limo stomach lId orzans o- fIiIitionllwl nutrition It is not made to give temporary relief but to lITIJt permanent cine In IIll1ctei ht cases til of every hundred it cures perfectly and permanently giveiwavPcoiiles Common Sense Medical A ti T Chiislsmknceipt of 21 one cent stamps to pay expense nf mailing onfv Dr U V Pierce DutTaJo N Y Fire nt Jtarion Intl destroyed a largo candy fuctorv Dr Caldwells Srrl of is g 5utrauteelgestion sick bendache and stomach trouble by druggists majO 1m klestroyedrBTERsntiKO ILL Oct 13 1890 PEPSIN SYKUV Co MonticKllo III Gentlemen Our baby Eslher hashnever taste l a drop of medicine than Or Cnltl wells Syrup Pepsin for more than a year It entire vcured her of constipation She Is a lovuly ahikl and since I gave her your medicine she lies been perfectly bealtlj altho she has not been Well and strong until wo began using it Wo know of others who are using it with equally good ro sulls Wishing you Snl 8- SGrlltefully yours Mus C A TKUCKMIJLLKU Sold by drupgiatts wayllni Ciov Beckhain huts issued a pommis sloll to A W Mcllqnnn as Pollpo Judge ot the town of Pittsburg Tetter Sultllbeu nUll K zcma simmaringlnciIeiit by applying Cliamberlain pye and yju Ointment Many very liau ases totto been pennanently cured Ijy it Jt iqnally eCTcicnt for Itching lilies and zmipmleshpudchronio sore eyes 25 cta per box Dr Cauis CwHlon Pcnilcrfl are just what a horse nceda in bad ioidition Tonic blood puilfier and roionifuge Tlioy are not food but a1f dicine and the boat in two oput a horse in prime conditIOn jP1ico 5C swifts par packagep lH tb6c1sWoodford Prevention a the best bridpIJIIcaa prevent nickneaa itre tired fenling anal all blood htimors taking Hoods SKrssparlla1It Fire at n lmohear destroying the town initadety8 t UI4I won4smrful dire in anj cain lut tbe lithely use of imaantae- rIaims Colic Ciwtent Rtid j iaarhoa mlmedYoI Ukea uhlyilthm e a bottle pf Uiter M djv A few dtifM ef It Kffecle I apriar 1 b pieature I eaau- neidiiaa Jt ottiui i4terhm irotaseId- dlraI = == J W iy Ii Dqrv k touyjm by feR 1 I Iii t r TWEIITV PER CENT OF- FSHOIV =2 c = == r I In order to introduce our LADIESt MISSES and CHILDRENS FINE SHOES and SLIPPERSand out 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 May9the 4 4 ouiREGINAH Line of Fine and the I of Fine Shoes The Line oi Shoes on all Lasts and Cuts ouu in our zu days sale this line will only be 240 a of 60c per pair on every pair purchased is no better shoe in the than the even per pair REMEMBER THATPer Cent will be from the amount of every in cur Great Shoe Department for 20 NOW THE TIME TO BUY SHOES Our stock is filled up with only the very in Mens Chil drens Babies and Shoes and We have the most line in If you need in Shoes now is the time to them Save a v days work on a few Shoes A great many they cant buy a shoe worth unless they go to a YOlLtoTHERE IS SHOE STORE IN RICHMOND nor else showing finer line of Ladies Shoes and than we are at pres ent We invite your this sale I All 50c shoes are 40c all 75c shoes are GOc all 100 slices are SOc all 125 shoes are 95c all 150 shoes are 120 all 200 shoes are 100 all 250 shoes are 200 all 3Uv shoes are 2GO all 350 shoes are 280 this sale department in our great store is chuck full of good QUI in all departments will show a GOT Our Great Per Cent Off Sale of 20 days I Dont that we have the and most stock CARPETS in Rich mond Our are lower than else We have some new in our t 20 per cent off for 20 days on Tailormade Suit Department your all Shoe I WI D8OLDHAM COMPANY = RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN In Ilcrbiue alfonls a natural healthful remedy admit promptly A few small doses will usu lly ho found to so regulate the xcre ory functions that they are able In op o rate without anv aid whatever Price 50 cents Ptry Thomas may Jail 01l111Ihat Aa Liist winter during an n whooping cough my children contract ed time 4llnase having severe cnuxhing usual ough Uemeday very for and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved UIH cough and etrevteil a completn cure Joljn E Clitrortl Norwood House Norwood N Y This remedy is for sale by Perry A Thomas 1innylin Sjx persons were killed by till xplo of the boiler on a Russian torpedo oat Unlcs mwoinan eats puflicient nour ishing fotul she an neitlier or- eep a good Food when Is the base of all health nil atrenirlh and all hraufy Hcrbine will help digest what you oU atul give oui tho clear bright beautiful skin or Price 50 and 75 ctrtils Perry Thomas 2maylnt Shoes Slippers is acknowl edged Queen Ladies price of thisj is saving There market Regina atS00 Twenty deducted purchase DAYS IS choicest things Ladies Misses Boys Youths Slippers complete Richmond anything purchase dollars spent buying people imagine wearing NO anywhere Slippers earnestly inspection during during Every things prices considerable during Twenty ShoeI forget largest complete prices always anybody things Ladies Remember w- nVcu purchases constipation Epidemic ofVTliocpinz CnUlhI RPelle Chamberlains Burcfssfnlly Proprietor complexion Ladies The ancients believed that rbetiina tistn was the york Of a demon within a man Any one who bus hu1RII attack of sciatic or influinatiiry rhctiinntlsm will ncrce that time IIJUtGlllI1I is If nici iac eufti h to warrant tlm belief It has hevtr bPeti claimed that Chamber Iains Pain Hahn would cast out tin mon lint it wilt euro rheumatism ami hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement Otio application re Itavrs tho iKiin nnd this quick relief which it ntlbixls i8 alone worth man v limes its cost For sale by Perry f Thomas Smaplni Gen II mi tor of lloborts advanced guard has entered time Transvaal and lukcn Chritittun In singingAsspringingOerIn limo spring your blood is freighted Witli the gorilla that cause disease Huiiors boils are designated Signals warning you of these In feelingMakes likobeggingsteiilingHull But theres somethinirknown that will a Man to heilUi and vicor lend SarsaparillaJuat may9lin pallorhas suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained tho rosy hue of health with a few doses of Whites CVeam Vermifuge Price iT cents Perry I Thomas 2mayltn Adjutant General Jloornifin hiss is sued the official list of sponsors for tho Confederate Reunion Of a Goo Beginning Cometh a good end When you take yuurbloodand the good end will be health and happiness This medicine cures all humors of the blood creates a good ap pctito overcomes that tired fowling and imparts vlgur awl to the whole HvMom It is Americas Ureatest Blood Medicine pilir2iSix persons on n Swedish ship worn murdered by ono man Bnllnrdp Snow Liniment curls Ilhen SickUBruises Old Sores Corns and all pain Poliotratliug23 und 50 cents Terry Thomas Smaylm P3EE 2L003 CURE An CSar Proving Faith to StScrcis Is your blood pure Aro you sure i itt Do ruts or scratches heul slowly Does vour skin itch or burn Hay you pimplos Eruptions Achi bones or buck Eczema OilsBolls Scrofula IthcunuitiMiV lulbreath Catarrh Are you put If so purify your blood at once with IL Ii U Botanic Blood Ualm It 111110- 1the blood pure and rico h lelrysore and gives a clear FinooMi lifil thy skin Deep seated cases like nicc cancer eating soro3 painful swelling blood poison arc nitkly unrealy H B B made especially for all otsiirwt blood and skin troubles B H U is different from other remedies liiMnn ti H B B drains the poisons ni i 10 lion out of time blood and etniit 1 yiciu so thellymptolllAllnnot return tUv It a It cures when nilaie fii k Thoroughly tested for 30 ariIa- tdrug stores at nttrlnfgit Ivutif ti mace bottles full treatment t So sulTerers may test it a trial bottle trivni away absolutely free Write fr it Address BLOOD BALM CO Midi oil street Atlanta On Writ to lav Dcfcribn trouble and free imdica tl vice given t ChaN of Laurel oountv rem mitted suicide because hh wife Ijad abandoned him k I V t f I M7F7IM78Mf7i il if t3 MM f bt I r i 9 rl AlBnl r Offll0Trriiri1 I c W r 500 SUITS must Se sold at once REGARDLESS OF COST We have I r K the largest line of New Spring Suitsf Hats and Furnishing t Goods ever opened in this city See our new styles ine t 5 t Suits Pails9hats Shirts and Underwear0ti 1 5 +1SpedaIe of GMdWs Suits effglntflfiie M Boys Suits aLe i We have4 Iarg s line of Trunks must sold to make room Calland leave Y1urmeasure for Tailorimade Sttit to order We have afiqfFJ11e of pieCe goods Be sure ands eus before you fb1 S41ie atLL i jl1J= OL= L tja D TOFERS 1 aEJ OR + 11141 7 aIm t fii t rfJ 3E 3 K + W i9r1 ii rT R44 riCDI I 7 T t r 1 0 IJ 1 n rf1 jn ctrt J Jr 1 Ii It Is Not THE MITERIiL AL GETHER THAT MAKES OUR Suits The Best We use good material but anybody can buy good material It is the lit and l ni W orkrn1nshi As well as the good material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory fl S STOUT D B Slitriilan Cutter One Door East of W D Old ham on Main Street feb2ily I NOTICEI We would can your eapecUl attention to tie fact that our stock o- fMB4WQ T AND D Jut received are alt new and of the choicest designs and we invite you to can at oar Drug Store on Main street and Inipect time before baying elsewhere We have Mr W L LEEDS connected with us who will furnish estimates on all work and decorate your rooms In the latest style and at reasonable prices We guarantee airwork done by him to be upto ate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles stationery paints and oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showjng you our goods whether you buy or not Kespt PERRV WHItO 213 Male Stred Richmond Ky PHONE NO 75 an7ly 2 3 or YOUR LIFE Is spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that will be a comfort Some people go about complaining about their shoes hurting their feet This can all be avoided if you buy your shoes from us Our NEW SPRING and STMMER Stock of SHOEShav- earrived and we are ready to serve you THE FINEST AND BEST IN SHOES We have an excellent time New coined styles The shoes everybody wants ARE J1ERE Remember we an- do just a little better than others best Come init will only take a few minutes to show you AND DONT FORGET about our line of childrens shoes New Styles New Goods SAME LOW PRICES MENS SHOES Are just a little ahead of style We never in all our past years of experience in the shoe business offered a finer line of Stylish Shoes We also have an extra good line of Heavy Shoes Call and see us Youre always welcome FREEMAN BROS RATIV IGH THOMAS LADIES OUR MAIN STREET OPP COURTnOUSF RICHMOND KY FENCE Something New In Farm Fence LexingtonKyfive oak slats to the rod Tnis is the original patent COIL countyleforcAgents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal flay Lime Salt Cement et- cLETGHER Win TELEPHONE 142 PITT BURG QThAL IT K YARD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFR6 Yards have been enlarged and rearranged MarketBest for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets God buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks attentionT1VERY Geaeral Mgr IfGULT1VATEiI 14 buying of your FARM SUPPLE You know II 141WJEr9j9 ery or good HARDWARE of any kind Then f3 Til why try to use such INiEnioa STUFF ii Repairs machJnegivesIi per cent on your outlay We guarantee Sl ijd VULCAN REPAIRS to COST LESS than any handlefa m WAMMMN9M LCTTM The dmiBwtr M eannot guess where this Cb fl will end nor whose skirts win be smirched before ItooeeAt firet it was announced that the whole thing WM to be dug up by the roots but when it wad found thatNeeley waa sot the only one the ftdaiintetriittou began o dtvr back and seek to minimise the aBsir But then it was too latq and a second change of baee was takes aad it was again insisted that no guilty man should escape But the scandal Is en far reaching that the IroKldmil and Mark llanna are quak lug for fear of its results Yet the dis closures are only what might havo been expected from the character ftl1e men chosen for such responsible post Major Bathbone for Instance selected not for his ability but because ho was a henchman of Hanna Years ago he was associated with Col Dudley the lattertI blocks of lice episode in Indiana Much later he was largely in evidence in that patriotic movement in the Ohio Legislature which culminated in the return of Hanna to the United States Senate When a com mittee of the Buckeye State Senate in vesicated the alleged financial charac ter of that election Kathbone could not be produced as a witness and absented himself from the Commonwealth until alter the committee adjourned Therefore Hanna rewarded him and he in turn rewarded other helaers of the sitniUr stripe by appointing them to responsible posts find by their operations The roots of the whole scandal however lie deeper even than this They are found in the criminal neglect of Secretary Root and Post master Getters Smith to properly oversee the operations that went on under their administration Will it be believed that today the only information that either Department has as to the postofllce salaries paid in Cuba is that their toUl for six months is about 97 000 Absolutely no detailed informa tion is en file either for Cuba or for any of the other possessions Yet the regulations prescribing the duties of auditors and treasurers of the respect lye islands which were promulgated a year ago or more require the auditor to forward to the Secretary of War not later than ten days after the expiration of each mouth certain reports among which was an itemized statement of all disbursements Both of them were also required to transmit certified copies of the statements to the Govern orGeneral whithout whose uignatnre of approval no warrant could issue Four months ago a resolution was passed by the House and another by the Senate asking for detailed itemized information in regard to the finances of the island To one of these only a brief evasive answer has been returnedwhile altogetherrueinformation at hand and even if they had not they ought to have been able to get it in four months Why have they not done 801 Is it because the items are too peculiar to bear the light of e has informed Con gress that inquiries made bv him show that the stock of gold in the United States is JOOXX000 less than it was supposed to be Calculations based on upposcd stock of money plxcnd the per capita circulation of the United States at about 2tLit loss of 400000 prohableper means a loss of marly 6 j er capita reducing the circulation to about S20 per capita This is less in stead of greater than that of many im portant commercial countries If this had been known in 189C it might have changed the It8ult o the last 1rexiden tlul election It is not surprising that errors should have been made before when the foolish system is considered The first ollicial estimate to be mnde of tolalstockof gold in the United States wan ill 1872 by Dr Lhulermaii director of the mutt Since thou all other esti mates have been readied by adding In the stock of coin at that date the an nual coinage and supposed amount of domestic coin imported deducting the supposed loss by recoinage of United States coin the supposed amount used in the industrial arts The amount carred abroad by travelers has been considered to offset that brought back to thema most amazing calculation as every American who goes to Europe undoubtedly takes over 100 forl he brings back How the error occnred is not so important as its effect It certainly gives force to the convention that the money of the country has been contracted far beyond what was supposed and shows the cause of the depression of 1816 With a circulation at that time of not more than 18 per capita it is not wonderful that the country should have suffered It is certainly somewhat amusing to read the remarks of the protection newspapers on the subject of the Paper Trust That combination re cently tightened the screws and raised the price of paper and caused a tremon NewspaperIubihshiers most of the large Republican papers of the country hiss submitted a memorial to time Ways and Means Committee and to the Finance Committee of the SeuateenrneMly rpqutstl rig remedial legislation The memorial recites the wrongs inflicted upon the newspapers of the United States by the Trust and states that the price of printing paper has been arbitrarily increased without reason or warrant There is no claim that the Papper Trust is any other trnst All are the offspring of time Uingley tariff and are jnst as arbi trary in their charges just as grasping and just as determined to exact the last farthing from the consumer as is the Paper Trust The only difference is that they attack the pocket book nerve of the Republican newspapers and hence these forgetfor this occas ion onlytheir rhapsodies on protec tion and their declarations that it in creases the general prosperity The very minute that the shoe pinches begginglorrehief The Commissioner of Patents in lila decision in the wellknown disbarment proceedings against John Wedderbnrn Co saiduThe propriety of an at torney or solicitor of patents combining the business of soliciting with that of selling patents is questionable It is a significant fact that those attorneys who have been caught robbing practicebtfore flIcstionablecombinalion e II Look out Icried time captain as the bridgeAgotafully he cried IIWbydo these Yankees call look out they mean look inII inForinthcis pure sad your tofck sound thegerms can find BO permanent lodgement To keep the Wood and stomach in ahealthyDrPiercespurifies the Hood cleanses the system of mncrstheotbetDrp115 DrPitrsthbku4W Ik aI C Vn1 fQ Ioffi skinaeddouersSyinrear two I dm1d is try or 4scs Prript1Muies1Adrhietnt the tol =a Vi LKTM TO nrersKAx no 6mj I had female com plaints so bad tHat it causedme to have hysterical fits have had as manias nine in one day CFjeT bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound cured me and it has been a year sinceI had an attack firs EdM Jackson Pearl La If Mrs Plnkhams Compound will cure such severe cases as this surely it must bo a great medicine is there any sufferer foolish enough not to give It a trial DONT USE IT The Western Tobacco Journal issues its usual timely warning in regard to the use of pails green on tobacco As another tobacco season opens we desire once mure to call the attention of the growers to the danger in the UEO of paris green on tobacco We have received from one of the most reliable tobacco rehandlers of this section a leaf of tobacco taken from a hoishead tobacco opened to redry It is indeed a striking object lesson of the evils of this pernicious practice The entire leaf is more or less affected and one half Onldnut be much greener if green paint had been plentifully applied In fact time poison seems to have penetrat ed through tho pores of the leaf and is plainly visible on the under surface To put it mildly the chewer or smoker probabilityafterward The grower of the tobacco of which that leaf was a sample if known will scarcely be able to find a purchaser for his product in future in the rehandler above mentioned and if his criminal tice for certainly such indiscriminate use of a deadly poison is nothing short of criminal were known he would be forced to re tire from the business altogether The use of paris green on growing tobacco for the destruction of pests not be too strongly deprecated We urge selfrespecting growers to abandon this dangerous practice and to use some protectingtheirlittle more time and labor In time long run it will prove the better policy A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough thatfor many years had wade life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal Cure uit soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Trie 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug- Store every bottle guaranteed 5 MOW CLARK MADE MILLIONS This story is y ld of Senator CIark of wnslindifficultyready money was obtainable Clark eX- amined the companys books anti find inc them alright took 1100000 stock in time concern When going over tho ac counts he noticed occasionally au entry about a car of unusually rich ore He made inquiry nato the mine from which the ore came and when told dressed himself as a miner went to the mine anti hired out to four young men who owned it- When he was convincsd that the mine was very valuable ho bought it for 200000 This mine is now earning millions for the Senator Marcus Daly once caught Clark by buying water rights indispensable to Clarks mine smith making Clark pay 300000 for their use W S Mnsser Millheim Pa saved the life of his little girl by giving her One Minute Cough Cure when she was dying from croup It is the onlv harmless remedy that gives immediate re suits It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis erippe asthma and all throat and lung troubles lerry Thomas Bear In Mind Put a man in his grave and he will tell you what he is Deny him an office and you find out politics Uivo a man an office and he will preach harmony to get a better one chauKedintoGive a man an office and he faces the cannons mouth for another Choose another for the same officeand gangrene sets in Deny a man an office and you discover at once if there is any of the poisonous virtus of mnlwumperyln his make up He his tent and comes out only when another office is in sight That Tfarobing headache Would quickly leave yon if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sntterers have proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Head aches They make pure bloodand strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggists 5 A Fish Story As Is a Fish Story Speaking about extraordinary fish stories Governor Knott told thnotlmr day about a Marion county man who baited his line with a tap and caught a buggy wrench Still there is nothing so positively startling about the story when all the facts are considered It was simply a case of remarkable coin ridflBCO Bill Taylor a roost truthful man went in Pork and lost his sinker The oaly thing he could foil fa his pockets to replace it with was a tap or Rut of small diameter Hew Bfthing on the bottom and the lino floated with the current PreIy Mr Taylor got hung and a rather brisk jerk indicated that lila Lisa wi s Upondrawlupmuch eiirprwed toad that time had hlegjothetherefore x od wrench ahead of the g81D411 when you want to catch nJuftIlIrUI8JVC Kfmwdy RoanokeTennMs I eMraot y low trlpel fer titWitch Hazel Salve Onebozotftejs4- what the doctofH c il M itMur fck CUIUda1khltiaitatioiM r rryA 14ms A ladY who was awltneasirt ib MT TWWtiB olit a N She was a fce4 iter ssw td in pBedUMt er knonige in red Is- wN Ii bFU 1Mllb hms4 so rtcdI t UM of Mr earlksrt da and fonBt Y L4miai nt qnmrad 1IfIiIt T Irbad =lkII i T t FOUR INCHES OF SNOW WLE VH TKE GROUlWi THIS MY IIX YEARS AS LezioKton Bcnili Saturday night was lIit one of those balmy nighttt of 3Iay that wo read about in poetry and books In fact it was extremely disagreeable but those who caught tliemselvtH klchin over tIme condition of the weaihflf should have cist ihHjr millllIHI hack six years and feel oshnmttt UI uuelvcs anniversaryfhal Kfiitucky on May 10 IBM Many will remember suit iliu firiiicix eh eially how nil u nek patdeim wure drstrnyed how tIti HuttiK ni tint fruit rtes ure bioteii tlunn and the buds all bliilii d On unit ijaic tour inches nf Miinxv fell Viih th s mind let IIK kickers tako abaekleatahid Irt the Weather prophet alone JONES OF ARKANSAS SAYS NO The excellent people of a certain part of New Mexico desired to form a now county cud to name it for the President now occupying the White House The New Mexico legislature therefore passed a hill creating time county of Mei Kiuluy Ilmiwas more than a year ago TIme Governor of New Mexico ap proved the McKinley County act on February 23 1809 There is some precedent for naming counties for Presidents of the United States To prove this wo have complied the subjoined statistics Washington counties31Ad-ams counties 9 Jefferson counties23Madison counties19Mon- roe counties 17 Jackson counties 22 Van Buren counties 4 Harrison counties Tyler counties 2 Polk eouimtics12Taylorcountica7Fillmore Pierce counties 5 Buchanan counties3Linc- oln counties14Joh-nson counties12Gr-ant counties13ha-yes counties 1 Garfield counties 5 Cleveland counties 3 It will be observed that time President who was first in war first in peace and first in tIme hearts of the countrymen is likewise first in respect to time number of counties bearing his name With the single exception of Arthur every man that ever hold the Presidential office bus been thus honored Mr Arthur haul several cities or towns named after him and the absence of his name from the list of counties is plainly accidental Even Hayes is there The Congressional races in Kentucky so far as Democratic nominations are concerned arc being rapidly made up In the first district Chas W AVheeler will have the nomination withont op position The same thing may be said of Allen in the second Rhea in the third and Smith in the fourth Oscar Tinier has declined to stand for re election in the fifth In the sixth JH Westover of Grant and Albert Goocli of Kenton try to keep Berry from go ing hack In the seventh South Trimble will win the nomination easy In time eighth Gilbert will be endorsed and in time uinethKohoo is a ertain nominee There will be a lively skirmish in the tenth lint in the eleventh anybody can have the nomination that wants it Carlisle Mercury In 1FS3G were two Shelby county boys at C U J Gamble Stewart and his David The former was an athlete the latter a society man both were D KEs fine musicians and much liked by all Time whereabouts of Gamble the elder we know not Last week David from whom we had not heard since thev loft college wfot from Indianopolis that he is manager of time Indianopolis brunch of tho Column Lila Press Association atm W South street lIe sends regards to his old college and town friends He faild to say whether he is married Every young woman who becomes a wife at tho ago of IS to 25 years has right to oxnect 40 years of housokeop Inc Tho blushing bride at tho altar baa the task of preparing 40000 meals Arid to this the varied daily duties of the house such demands ol society she mav meet and it is easy to see that the brideelect has a berculian task with no chance ot going on a strike Up to youngIamlyimmand anxious ta assqine this arduous duties Cambellsville TimeJournal The rural postoflice is surely doomed The Department intends to discontinue more than a thousand during the com- Ing year Farmers will get their mail delivered at their houses and the pos tal route will radiate from the larger towns If free rural delivery is to be made a financial success tIme Depart ment finds it necessary to abolish tIme small offices There is every indication that there will be a great change in time conduct of postal business in tho next few years Ask the average Republican politician the point blank question what assist ance has any Republican official or private citizen given to apprehend or dibclose the assassin of Goebel and he is ttumped Owegsboro Messenger Ask him what Republicans have en deavored to shield and protect those charge with the crime and lie will got frantic and declare that you are trying to hang Taylor and damn time Re publican party Frankfort Democrat A wealthy man wet onco exhibiting proudly to a younger ecquaiutanro a table which he had bought Hesaid it was U years old Thai is nothing remarked his young visitor I have in my possession a tble which is more than 8000 years old Three thousand years old said tho host Ihat isun possible Where was it made Prob ably in India Mil Idinl What kind of a table is ituTbe 1I1nH VIi cation table One of tho most important deals in range cattle lately consummated is ie ported from Texas A large laud and cattle company sold 0000 head to a pri vate purchaser for 8108000 Poverty is the only burden which is not lightened by being shared with othmersRichtcrNO USE- TRY I NGI cant take plain codliver oU Doctor says try ittff might as well tell me to melt lard or butter rnd try to take them It is too rich am a will upset the stomach But a you can take milk or cream so you can taKe iiilOiSlflliJ f feed and rurih wmnucam Babies and chit owfatfood does not nourish them knOWLttDItr bic fewtive raatiun Itf Esgthatthektfoo4x 1ICOTTa fWT 0 1 ftrt 1 ITIIE Lon jjville Posts epeatdaaser ticn that it js ha plan of the proeaea Lion to iiamlg TaYlor and dam theBe ptibllcsri rty 1s evidently a wrong in cofoatrucJlou k rom the B am ber of Rep IiCltu leader tiM have be come connected with the GoeMI assas sination trll at Frankfort it looks us if the object jof time prosecution WAS to damn lay ol and hang the partyLatmme Herald Time Owe 8boro Fair has new dates September 18th to 22nd With attrac tive show for horses Wild West Autotnobili races Chariot races Acrobatic performances innumerable side races each day with nearly 5000 in purses to the winners It will bo the best fair ever held In Western Kimlucky Eight convicts broke out of theEdily ville penitentiary last Saturday morn InS holdlcSnp a guard taking his gun mid wre captured after one was shot in the hend and a guard struck with a gun and badly hurt I had stomach troublotweuty years anti gave up hope of being cured till I began to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cnrr It hns donfc inn so much good I call it the salve 01mv lUll writes W It Wilkinson Alhllnj Tonn It digests what you eat Perry Thomas J B Murphy head sawyer in a sawmill near Jackson met death in a most horrible manner He stooped to fix the guide arid was struck on time hip by time carrier and knocked into the saw his body being cut Into three pieces ExGov Bradley exclaimed atLouis yule Kentucky shall be free Not till of It Bill There is considerable of Kentucky in time Georgetown Jail that shall not be fioo yet awhile and there is a good deal more of It that ought to bo in jaiKrCynthiana Democrat Boss Hanna used curs words when a newspaper man asked his opinion of the wholesale stealing hr officiata in Cuba which doubtless reflected his real sentiments but which will not be explanationShelby Tho easiest and most effective method anslinvigoratingtheEarly Riser tho famous little pills for cleansing the liver and bowels Perry and Thomap Over five hundred delegates to the National Convention of Fusion Populists JastThnrllilav DuluthTr Eaton startled his congregation at Louisville by stating that it had been discovered that their old Walnut street church recently sold was a vortiablo deathtrap the joists having rotted and being ready to tumble A n Austrian syndicate having recent ly purchased 70000 while ash trees in Magnffin tounty huts imported 100 Ger mans who are now at work making staves on the Middle Fork of Licking river near Hendiicks Because he was almost blind and subject to epilepsy Joseph Jones aged 26 an intimate of time Woodford county imaimgjag Our tloods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give usa trial 1jBiflD m mm ra Jj lli1ild n The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select they latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteAND Gibson1 IT IS NO BURDEN vhiin PIANO or ORGAN Is pnr cbascd here Our pystem of easy pavjnents enables any one to eu joy Jiie music of 1eTlt1i tsmmtts without depriving themselves of neijessary comforts Onool these INSTRUMENTS would ratiko A suflprb HOLIDAY PRESENT f Wigr not come in and look at tlieee speblai bargains HARDING tRIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY =You Want The Truth =+ +AND YOU GET H1 IN THE TikeaaVck CieaLD1t- MOCATC IN POLITICS ctsatunlTheTljnCEAYfEEKCIOPSIERJWmiWL Ms eq many JriM of all othqpapers It prints more se l more C d class B1tter4 4oH aMlldllldl1coptcsZl eon appllcaUoa Write o IclJi JOIJ4 UL K ByISpectArrast ii YOU CAN OK cLUcIAX and tilt wtcM f fci one year ior J J5rw 4ab rA r = ir SSS S S ri SS I r 1 1 PLEASE l N TRY ii k CANDYCATHA RTIC iOc 25c SOc n a I Mme MILTON LADIES TAILOR- DRESSMAINGffo Accordeon an- dsKnife Plaiting R CHMOND Ky apri8tNECIE OF urn Water and eLLight See J M lUFFE arid have him to pntyou in a firstclass sanitary job of Plumbing in your residence Also have him to furnish you ti High Grade Elevator Cup Pump Keeps on hands nil kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and Valves Chandeliers eyery description of Iron Pumps Estimates for fitting up residence in county with Plumbing and Gas Machines and Wind Mills Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box 173- I have 20000 feet of time Best Quail ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices mav2 3m WE GUARANTEEDr Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin to cure any case Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Trouble when taken according to directions DR W 87CALD WELL If after taking twothirds of n fifty cent or one dollar bottle it fkila to do as represented we will refund the porchaso price MONTICELLOrCroun 2may6m GAS STOVES tt+ + + + AT COST IfoJf t CHEAP GAS f1 ofA Do not have n gasoline 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 Stovef Once try a Gas Cooking Stove and you will never givu it up It Is just as cheap as coal awl always ready can bake in three minutes We sell Stoves at Cost and run pipe to curbing free and into the house at Cost Use a Wolsbach burnor and increase your light five times and reduce your gas bill twothirds Call at the office fur particulars RI BM H W ATBR LIGHT Q1 Season fishing tickets SS day tickets 25 cents 2inaytf FOUND A GOLD MINEI- TWASINHISPOTILTRYYARD MakiHisbrr Summer lull Wiirr Secret ofhhls iaepss- People in the neiKhorhood Of Cres- ton Iowa are amazed at tho jiumbcr of eggs that this man Drives tamarket with When asked vrWlt Wilt the can8 of his hens being so prolific he ftatedit was all ins certain cqrnpound lie ua wing that kept his l ens Iti gtrod con dition awl furnished them w3th the proper Etiraulus to American Poultry Alixjjureia time nanio MfgCotIme poultry bttsiness is intorthted in the health of hie hens iaid their laying pnfitslitisthe prodmilhonoceggs1j00 per l1tOI qJoneyr llded It wIll do lugre timitui three tiisw M amcSl ra tb3 same aniount of Hyotli t piiti It Is conc9ntriijd is t erjm this of years of practical ce I in time uiii IuteyIIare imtvit hl tetr11t J ilhe exjmee or saruiplehlsekmmge odIs1f1IKMW eIt it a trial tt is ala fpreeimtjLof snmh diasie time teri inchhevs rdrThe RpnhIfacImue InsrantEe every ifyoorPumiltry qsin JIt ti wi latb11t order n lItiftnnllff t did4rrAnife rJII f LL DRUGGISTSsss rt SPRING JJL1fl ji our line is complete 11 1j m m I IifftJElI prices have H 1 YHl1Ce on plj lOllt1ltiJIIEJ Iour a CUll 111 jig filJlJ dticements that will interest arid c line1niE3I Up rn of 7 feet allLinen 35c- rii9J to 75c Other thingsIE M ingly CHEAP correspondim L Everything desi jijl taking line always kept in stock raj ri iE WOoSe tlILDffAMS f Ir8 IrIj1m fJ 8 m m 8 m 8 f EBm 8 8 tEL L 1ST E EE C DIVISIOI n EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 13 189S Nol Cincinnati and LIvingston Eprelsiwuth bound err Jtlcbmond J2 Mpi5 ITbound 4I II 12 2opmn Lv 2 5iSMO RIchmond systlile Accm northbound Ly U2Spm Liii mlI aem 2J I south bound arr 7OpmRowland Isouth bund Lv =55I titanrord 8Mam 4Orth bound arr 5 5am addressTELEPHONE Agt A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEV PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure ot INTERNAL an J 1ClRESr FAILEDTullES BY MAIL 75PElJrSlOTTLES 60 CENTS JQFSF iALWISIIe MOForjDIl111 r a Tig XQTON BcicjZt1oaO s i41e 1maca t ioskrnb Iaiznee t k ee tij iITe5Jnt COnmfy i the rererse ofoit tOtbe bh InsaraucaIIke sail corn iwtent with sa1s4 conacrvatI Janmt Ril7e1 abenmsdeItt4m S5SSSSiiUtheinTo5thr aLco SOperIIhouraaetone1or M5ATMlJUQ CIT45fty LI2ZgpLentAJutJtftbj0tjy 4 N c t t1 vY J T J I 1 Pt r tIf r 7 r 1L tt r t J r r jJ t r rj11D J1ri rr lrj jv1I DII 1ADts diC t f 1 T I flu dAI1 HAMMOCKS fIii AU sies going like not cakes thi weekeJliii tY I r BMDW ciJ tjjD- EATFRAGE J Successors to E Beatherage Co The Richmond Cliiiia Jo WNSI AY JUNE 27 a 1000 Richmond Fair July 24t25t 2b 27 J D Dykes Is irnxious to sell his surrey cheap Surrey good as new run hot little- rf sale by J D DYKES V new and latent improved Nation al ash Register for sale Apply at tiiu 1flCI8aprtfThe EnterpriKO Grocery will sell vou more goods for SI 00 nay house in Uiehmond A BAXTEK Mgr tf our motto is strictly cash Best jOWStp prices A BAXTEK Mgr p Bloomer girls ild ball hero Tlnirl v anti tie l the score 1717 MII i rights gMllHiits played like liauviiiei clminp we nipan champs Mv guarantee ill that every Suit of ii nhall ive perfect satisfaction brCirf Iravinsr the shop I do not charLi fur clothes Hint do not fit Oil AS JACOBS MCltf The Tailor You can buy at the enterprise irwirv on Second street more gro ierit s for cash than any grocery house m Kn nmoml JL A BAXTER Mgr U Something new in Mens Clothing at lias Jacobs Ho hoc the finest nssittiufit of samples over brought t Hiilimond His prices are the liWfsf and eoods the best Call and iuv sliatp feb21tf It may Round bigger to be a dcle frati hn the StHtn atlargt but lion Hiii v Helm will boa biu as two of onlytnsiaM ol tho usual four Stanfoni Jouiiial Low hates to Lexington Chautauqua j j to IxixiiiLlon and return via A Juno 20 to July 7 Account Id tutanqna The Honey Bees Old This window full or now bunny iq what lrage Hnldwin are exhibiting 1iper ixiund Wheat Sales IMwrrn 30000 and 40000 bushels of Whai have been sold in Madison coon centsIJNew Surrey for Sale Cheap i are nutlioried to advertise for a ri prfornlureyllI1t llitle used anl iil ns new Inquire of Mr J n Kks on Main strtet next to Farmers IIIiual Balik For Rent Sale or Exchange TII wollknowji Harber Owl Yard tractsft Hifrv llrllrt Inquire of To JIJlultllllllnre Dealer 13jnn3w Public Training Stable S Wilcox hits 0PllIoctnjxilihi hlIII the fair grounds Any out liaviiigcoltH Id break or Iiorw8 to bi tianillcil for spteil will do well to Fee li q i3ii DAVE WILCOX Strayed or Stahn luJdhipAcni J W WAKXEH- Kd n ton K3 Winchjsslsr Court Ikiimsev rPnQrlsHIJ it 500 cattle 1r tit Ktn liirttliiss Best forOtli1post iiir gc J to 150 tutu c Jinijit fiJJnlv dolivery 5c U rorSaleJPrlvalely- RuiiMorifeiv fPv proportv prl f iir fol k 6 of lUchmoiid OltranJaull ointWIIl W K DKXXY n rUn Ri Why Newland Smiles JisieskiugMtIillftylrreiioiiiiiialion Avlicat van td 17 rents AH McKinley ufllm all thtlmo during low luriceII a1i would Wiiy rcvl the tJiM vx I light hear xlpnu funino Mrickeli I li and hlnTi imiIlt4 in tho Korthwest andIniliatiawheatHnnilnuikl rlullIlsJalllinegII Richmond Farju1y 24 25 iCJfTop el Frftezer Missing reezerslupontImeI re wi It The party whoso freezer ha aniisniatetl top will please exchange EoWoodsFreih Milk Thrown Away It looks like throwing fresh milk centsperDy M Herndon Ho is supply jng numerous cnstomerf with a pnre theluxuryorders at Covington Arnolds maySOtf Fourth ol July Celebration irrespecthvited to participate in the celebratian of tlin fJulv at ofRicimmnommilMusic by Jliclnnond Hand 11011 W ll Smith andothera will tpenk thinks il Will Bo Bradley ropresentative hotlmslaughter against limo lie thinks that exGovernor will ben harder to beat thotouglmihim Stanford Journal Blue Grass Seed That Will Come Up I will sell 3000 to five thousand twolmflfllredTerms cash Paul in advance to me in pereon White Hall No letters VASSIUS M CLAY 5lUlJOONTilllesIJlxillltonJitizun will publish CLAY inaySStf Won Art Prizes in St Louis MIllS Patsey Oornellson recently of StillhAleorable mention for china painting at the annual award of the School of Fine Arts of St Louis Inst week Miss Corndinon has studied several years and her great victory is the rehiilt of UutivM utlent and persistent work The Art txhuol is a department of time Washington University which has just bySlImuelWill Never Leave Richmond The public Is assured that Messrs Golden Flora late proprietors of the positivelyshop1akconduct time l entral Kentucky Monu mental Works They already have a flourishing branch shot the Nicholas villo Mtirble and Granite Works and the twi will cover this territory in sat isfactory manner Finest products cf tin gravcr art in statuary etc always InineSireetRichmonds Aid to Starving India MK OLAUENCI E WoOl i KyDijaryour of tIme 10th inst unclosing 80 from citi zens of Uiohmoiid to be d vote l to the relief of the tallline smitten people of India In behalf of these starving ones we thank you most sincerely for this generous contribution May God bless each and every contributor antiye ward them a hundred fold for nil the good which a wise expenditure of this mooney will accomplish Acknowledge fluent will be made in the columns of yourletterTDK CHRISTIAN HERALD Bible llotise New York June 20 Did Just Like the Clown Mr toJert Tl whofllrks at Douglas Simmons store picked up a small piece of iron the other lny and liko tlio clown in time rircn4 tie was stuart enough to drop it wltl lIlt being told to Mr French has been wciring his hand ma bandage ever sincuniul hereiifier will bo more careful shout handling suspicious pieces JeotlelllIIJfor fujtno purposo in time store pace l it in the pan of time counter scales to cool but saiil nothing abnut it to the at ladies of the house In a few minutes Mr French had occasion to weigh somo nails and seeing time bolt in the pan he very incautiously laid hold of it to lift it out From his wrist to his till ger tips hIs whylojialm was blistered and he had to have limo services of n surgeon to give hini relief from time pain n pitehift sufferings ho took time matter good natnredly and like the aforesaid clown hn said ho dropped tire subjuct witboutUieiiig urged irccve Are Ii r i Now Ready With thE Irgesf and most line of IHOES t HATS 1u Itir i M MENS 1I FURNISH1NGS OUhto RICHMOND Wchayall he New 1111rhtngs and at PRICES pkas you to femv1te you to call arid examine our j Spring Stocko V F2Izd get our prkes before buying and be con k vinced that kx th same quality of goc4s we are itCHEAPEST houae ki lchm MLJ ttJ otfcrtEiy1tI- n SliceS ARN0mjI t IPIYElfS T fwa PMIIUIY RJcbjowiKy IIIIdI i0 tf l A Ir rt Ja ji of 27 Thed ion bnlltne rka llaiIV in LimeIiRIshto wfl Je glii1Oh WftrleQ r IIi pIWiiberekRt bckiiiAdflrdlliltiojgIVtMM roitreeroppoeltemtdXy i yMAXiLTQy JACKSOV tG4iIIM iyM Srubts UkT Awaf 1IiflC atthe head of hIs corapany IHthelfaraway Philippines Lt Hav den Grabbs a boy wan hrought homo ant buried beneath time laMtIllsliltisttjtiuum MeCrearytime interment of tile brilliant young wiuichmtheMr McCreHry closed with an elo 1mtegrityHayden Grubbs and declared him bythoeeof time esteem manifested by time im doiminuCol Capcrlon Recovering Rapidly With his right arm bandaged to hits chest to prevent a movement of his dis Capertwitrove frleimdsCiii phaotonbyaccident would have proven more seri ous had it befallen a man of less vitality but the Colonels iron constitution him over time trouble undue will etTclsHIsneverlostwas driven home and submitted to the withontfilnch thotlenrtrueKentuckyThe Sick Willie Dawson Oldham daughter of withleverMrJamcsOldhalnwith time grip We chronicle with regret the illness hehopesthefamilythat he was very low and not expected to live Mr David fileyers the wellknown painfullyillLancaster avenue Judge Win Chenanlt is at Louisville for his health If time wellwishes of thousands of admirers of this most ex cellent gentleman could avail ho would be instantly restored Wellknown Citizen Dies Mr Alonzo D Smith exmerchant and a wellknown citizen expired last Thursday at time home of his brother Capt Charles E South on East Main street Deceased had been for a year a great sufferer from heart disease smut In the vain hope of improvement he pent several months the west limit time dread malady had fixed its mugs too deep to be uprooted by travel lair sing or physicians skill Hp was doomed and came home to die He was normally a rather stout man but the disease caused his feet and limbs to swell to almost twice their natural size presenting a pitiful sight to behold Mr Smith was about 52 years of age and was a good citizen of quiet dispo sition but was a most useful member of lime Methodist Church in whoso choir ho had for many years served with faithfulness rarely beheld He had no enemies and many friends and these gentledisposItion This Company Pays 3 for Having a branch fluency here in Iichmnud in the Moberley building the Investment Co is cer till Illy maintaining its reputation for first class dealing and every month is paying its coupon holders f3 for lHere is last redemption for this city arid there are six other agencies doing jnsi as well among which were distributed last month nearly 9000 Miss Alice McWorter 1 60 4 M Mrs S Q II Chenault 4 00 12 00 C C Wallace 3 00 9 00 Miss Georgia Walton 40 l 20 MrsCAMcQee 40 m Eliza J Miller 30 Dr LJ Fraxee 200 SIlO Mrs C E SmooL1 60 1 D 30 90 SN Moberley JJT + JE 60 J J WRocV 600 1800 MrsEVoOibson 200 600 MrsLne A Kraieei iiXi 4 00 12 00 W8 Oldham 4 12 tQ Mrs nettle H Little 120 3 60 annIe M Kenned1r 8 U 00 Mary JI 2 00 S Ill C K Smith 20 00 60 ft- 1Ktlinund Drown 30 90 Miss Margaret Chcnanlt 4 Miss Qeorgle Walton 40 1 20 itriOA McQee 40 J 20 Eliza J Miller 80 90 The local agency is in charge of N r RH Herrymaii and he is always ready to explain the advantages of his COlD pany Masonic Celebration at Booncsboro Time much advertised Masonic cele bration at Boonesboro come oil Saturday It WitS a great success from every standpoint excopt one and that was timo failure of Judge J D Black of Bar honrvillc to make an address This was probably to have been time chief feature and a desire to see and hear the eloquent candidate for time Democratic nomination for Governor doubtless at tracted a majoiltvol the 1000 people present While Black greatly to lawn fulfilled tIme engagement made for him he very courteously felt constrained to remain out of the home county ofit riyalcandidate for Gover nor his friend the lion Wn Smith of Ibis city When this explanation of Judge Blacks absence was made to the assem bled hosts the propriety of his action was instantly apparent anti the man agement proceeded to supply other at tractions Speeches were made by soy vlllhiuggentlemenJudjreFlanna Combs of Madison and Others Dinner jollydayiftg and all went home a happy but a tired lot Col George Bentley who re sides opposite the sulphur well was es pecially kind to the visitors Mr Swfcels teubte in Tewn yestcrhmllime to wnfite with transient guests But survey of him from crown to to revealed a striking resemblance to the lato Wm Goebul Sit down we cried any man who Iak like our doa Uoveriior is wpl roinu here The caller smiled and re sinceElt1eell1ullnceto Mr GOPhe1 an1 I feel qnper Am I safe here Perfectly safe sir and welcome too are sorry onr friend T C Jx wry is tint IB Could lie hut gize upon the like of you his civil liberty biler would burst and we would owe lpa a debt of gratitude UTIi stranuer then made himselt howe Kttd toll a lIof having met Lawyer Johnson oi Pinoville and tIme tI WIWII9 moved by hw reseiibhminceLO th inartyrpd Democratic liJader that he ffas IMId Are voJi William Gasbd or iiM brOth t ihe even wealth um ljQlcMbfl seek suit that wa dta lapaaxtxr Mr Ooelel- bet w UIi tis epee Here The i uiI5aV CfoIt8adle Ib SIUe Iiobb- lfs Ja atm ssu hl 1iqd osi ei- l 1 IC c 11 f eRrNtr 00 ns IiI- t iNLL THE NE THINGS IN MEMS WEAR J A TenTwelvefiftyof M ns N- ewSTYL18H I V SUITS No one will give you the value you Vill find in- thesegoodsforthe L If PfKICEYJtJ We are also showing all the new things In Furnish lug Goods Hats and Shoes Mdalso have some OvercoatsJJ and will save you money on e ery article These rsame goods will cost you more money next f- allCovingtonMitcheII r r tf Richmond Fair July 24 25 26 27 Miss Heath to Appear Here MiM Nahncite Heath gifted ole cutionist will give her promised recital here on Friday night June 29 Fol programThe Will Carlo tonJoan of Arc JWhen Im Married monologue The Doom of Claudius and Cyn thia Flossy Lanes Marriage Von Webbers Last Waltz The Soul of the Violin Naughty Zell AgoTheKelleyPotion and Juliet Shakespeare accompanimentsSuch will give the widest scope for the display of the rare histrionic talent of this popular appreciltteher class in Boston and has sluice given recitals over the South lint Southwest that culminated in her acceptance oi a position with the at Waco Texas May not the CLIMAX bespeak for Miss Heath a large and appreciative audience Admission 35 cents Fell Three Stories to His Death prominentcounty feli from a thirdstory window of the Central Hotel on Second street this city on Friday lust about 11 p m and when picked up from the hard as phalt pavement life was extinct The verdict of the coroners jury was death accidentThere two or three theories aa to the cause of the awful accident One is that Mr tale after undressing to re tire sat in the window to cool off It being very warn fell asleep anti tum timonglmtliebalcony in front and believing thus he stepped out and fell headlong to the plvelTlnt At any rate the poor mans was crushed and shattered in a horrible manner In the fall be struck first on the iron rail of the lower bal cony thence bounding fifteen feet to time pavement Two or three citizens heard the noise but IUd not know time cause for a few moments afterwards When they reached him Mr Sale throw up one arm gasped once and died Examination showed that hit neck buck arm and were1 broken and his side a mass of bruises Blood gushed from his wounds and time side layTenderlythe hotel and rere properly cared for and shipped to his in Irvine No more horrible death has been chronicled here in Pars Deceased was well known and highly esteemed here He was a brother of Mr Webber Sale of Texas and leaves a wife and three grown children to whom the sympathy of Richmond friends is MoberlcyAmsdcn Brilliant Nuptials Put for the recent death of the grooms mother the mariingo of Mr 8 Neville Moberley of this city and Miss Jean Amsden at Versailles on Wednesday last would have been one of the largest social affairs in time his tory of Woodford county As it was the wedding was a brilliant affair necessarilylImitedof tIme contracting parties We draw liberally upon the extensive account of the wedding in the esteemed Wood ford Sun The marriage of Mr Shelton Neville Moberley uf IUchmondKyand Miss Jean Uaggin Amsden oJ this city which was solemnized last night at 8 oclock at the lovely home of Mr null Mrs James P AID den the parents of the bride on Rota Hill was one of time prettiest weddings that has ever taken place in this community and it has a personal interest for eo many people throughout Central Kentucky as to make it almost a public ovent The ceremony was performed accord ing to the beautiful Episcopal rites by the Rev Alex C Ileneley rector of- L Johns church She was given away by her father Her sister MrsJB Haggin of Now York attended her an matron of houor Mrs Haggin wore a magnificent gown of rich point lace over white silk Her only jewels was a necklace of rare pearls Dr Wm Park of Richmond was Mr Moberleys best man WEDDING SUriEU Immediately lifter the ceremony an s011JcrLouiseatnmJEdithlace Frances Nuckols Russell Wasson Florrie Chenault of Richmond Dr Win Park and Mr Thoa Pickets ol Richmond Dr J H Arnold Messrs Robeit 1 Stout Fleming7 Meek John McDonnell James Kailey The table was set most superbly and in its center wits a large silver bowl filled with sweet peasDuring the progress of the supper IheIdew drop THOSE WHO WERE PRESENT On account of the recent bereave meat of the groom only tim relatives ofthe bride and IIJIDAd A Jew of their closest friends were invited to witness time ceremony These vere in addition to thoseabove Mr cad Mrs J1J Hawm Mr and Mrs J to Ama andIffird Twyman Mr and Mrs lIeD W William Mrs IL S Hunter Mrs E C Watt loIrand M 1IiIJ IIXeLeocJ Mrs asae Mcl od Senator J C S Bckbttrn Mr Ji Cunde Jr Drnnd Mrs J W CreMhftW rlUtd Mrs N B IteathorMtfe Mr and Mrs Elmer Deotimersg Mm Sallfe Cornell o u MinHi Mary stud Caroline Mmlth Dr T L Taylor Mtmmi 1JI toUand J T Ferriell of BcltnHMd and MtwWOW8ae bibvpt 1Aat I1ii Ltl tifbun oeHoator ftgLatartIW PO filii At itttf fM Mw Mr 0 wi 5tRr I i I erley jft fur Lexington in a carriage summerilieyKichrnond in October Miss Amsden is one of Voodford county prettiest sweetest and most girls Although reared in a home luxury and with eVen wish gratiQeilslii hiss never been spoiled bv ofherand unafFected The en tire conpinunity feels the deepest in terest happiness ofhighstroiigdiantcter He has affable and courtl nannersand is a charming tel lowsocully Despite his youth helms shown nRelf VerY capable as a bust lIurvIvlngcllUllof wealthyWecouple timoybeginI HANDSOME PRESENTS Theridal which are wonder fully btautifal include a magnificent shlvertccimter piece and four com potesjsandwrought anti very heavy anti n ulorll diamond SUUbllrsl from her sister Mrs J 11 Haggin i a gorgeous brooch of diamonds and s tp phiresjtom Mr HaJgin i a very hand some ver service from her grand notlmelrs 1 E 1 Amsden a case of elegant table silver from Mr and Mri J L Amsden and a large check from Mrs Lloyd jtsvir of San- 1ranclfM The glooms gift was a gorgeott diamond sunburst Time 1 den trousseau is v rv beauti fill aivoaborato and containssome re gal t tomes liar bridal dress was made v a fatuous French modiste in New 1 irk Afttir a two months stay at White Sulphur Springs and other eastern re sorts anti Mrs Moberley will re side in Richmond where the fair bride is well known and beloved while time groom n universally esteemed for his many thinly traits that will insure a career vntny of the illustrious dead who bortbis name RELIGIOUS There will be service ar Second Presby teran church next Sunday tuorn leg and owning Kev if L Reynolds will preach at Pond chtrcli on the first Sunday in July Rev Mr Bailey will that day preach atpeedwell Communion services will be observed at Irlt resbyterian church next Sun PreparatoryIThe Sunlav School at Concord school house will celebrate childrens day next dllYDinnerI BIRTHS HUMKTO time wife of Mr Stanton B HuraeJ beautiful daught- erHAtxrbe following brief letter to 11011I Urutcher and wife reo qulierrt lib comment except to wish for everytacitCrntelferjsLfingston Ky June 24 1900 Cl AND AUNT Yesterday morning at half past nine w Im a ten iKHind boy born at our hougj Mother and baby bout doing Your nephew J HUGH llAOAN Nan Jatpea OmdotI William Crutc er Ilaan n is Pills allmentcleanse GJIre ComfortaId by all druggists 25 cunts Sixtnn tablespoonfuls of nnv ordin amy llttiul eicept molasses make half a piujiT If the proilH ofiltion to worms In chilrsn is not cured they become euTacdjtetl weekly and III danger of conv ns Whites Cream Vermi popularThomis JuuetJrlin Time Jiritimuii steamer Iran rescued a Crft I mon from aNure ian lUk N just ono pigment on her l1ld81Ie produces all time frehns tints of beauty and hllt- one pi ja the blood The shell lice the flneer nails the delicate ruw of time cheeks tho cherr ripcimts of tiii lips the irrhlescent prodllceltiyof a bttiutifiU painting wIll desmuii upon thepurily of the colors with which It it iaitmtedso the permanence of beauty depamsoll time ptiriiy of the bloods and Cosmetics wont avail b preserve beauty Jtean fy berius in the blood Dr PierceV Uoldeu Medtcal Discovery is a tiuf beauti T b MIelt provides for na tore tlat pure blood with which alone iliocni tmiut Thense ot this medi clime hi clecetse the skin heighten the- complWdonllbrllhtell the eyes and rra that radiame of heaht which Is th greatest dwrm of beantjj T K Pierces PleawinC Pellet ama very in rid Hnz the system of clogHI ealtlvEl habit which sccuniulfttrt Q sex 8 OOoperotWl are now m- eceiurrre1 iu India LMtjirtl I rained my 1e4ltipwhile I ou ltvy boxes The doc tar L Mid at fir it WAS S slight jrtralif and would oeo be well but triiw zmrmi sod UM doctor then Mid l mad rbtI It continual lojtrott wonjjiakttdI conlJ umirdy get around wcntrogdrajfitorts ad the jiLi j cjmwt uted inn to rUhasb Un it I kids =inmend k P In141acikE il l c 7 r J7 1 l TilE SALES AT T1flE R CASH VTflUIL + l H UJtI ULL UIUIIL Are crowding the stores daily with to take 2 advantage of the many that are being Slaughtered the GREAT STORES ALL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES pricesManyAll CarpetsrLinoleums Rugs MattingsrOil Shades Lace Curtains Tailormade Suits that were advertised week will still con tinue to be sold at prices namedon them during these 6 6 t JfI wt H t The For This Week Are all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRICKS Our stock of wash goods has just been added to by a large shipment of choice things in Dre don Jacquets Primrose Battin Cloths Golden Rod Dimities Satin Stripes and Organdies from one of the largest importing houses in the East These goods will all be included in this out stock saleaMany of the choicest things in Dress Goods are still to be had in the dress goods stock and former pric swill be entirely Jostr sight of in this great slaughter of prices j w f to close themt P i C r Price on Cotton During This Will Be F6Ilws i CT Good 44 Sea Island Cotton at 5c worth Gc Trion Mills AAA Brown Cotton 5 Jc worth Tie Good 44 Bleach Cotton 4sc worth Gic Good 44 Bleach Cotton no dressing 5Jc worth 7ic Londsdjile Bleach Cotton 7c worth 8 y 1 Mason ville Bleach Cotton 7c worth lQcli 1 Our Celebrated Rival Bleach Cotton only 7e during this sale The price on this cotton was never less than lOc tw All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Tickings Cottonnades Cam let Jeans etc will be included in this Great Closing Out Stock and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them 1 t Special prices will be made on our Clothing Stock during this sale and the low prices named on them will be eyeopeners for 1 you you need clothing of any kind give us a call I W B OLBHAM tCOMPANY 4E RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Hunger Is the Best Sauce Yet some people are never hungry Whatever they eat has to be forced down There IB of course something wrong with these people By taking Hooils Sarsaparilla a short time they lire given an appetite and then they en joy eating and food nourishes them If you find your appetite failing just try It bottle of Hoods It is a true stomach tonic and every dose does good The best fatuity calharic is Hoods Pius Some girls think u thing of beauty is n boy forever Hardly B day passcsin families where there are children in which Ballards Snow Liniment is not needed It wounds bruises 5Octs1ParrJapan is preparing to send a regi ment to China If your sight itt blurred with epecks and spots flimating before your ej esror iiavq paIns on the right side under the ribs then deranged miul you need a few doses of Herblue to regulate it Price SOds Perry suit Thomas juiicfiltu Sixteen days are needed to make time Journey between New York and Suez Stoutly Girl Wasted Several yonny men complain that hey have np steady girl Iteeema that lhicy no sootier get fairly BlHried Wth il probably have theatre tickets nilbought whe the i1lrJltllt no beIuanse sue has the Dr CaldwqlPfl Pepsin cures ofstoniechi troubles and sick feniUche MrlA wwdi to tho wisbetcIsold by aHilruggwtB ISjunolui An ounce ortaffy on a stick is worth a pound epitaph on a tombstone For rebel timid comfoit in Asthma oussens Honey of Tar lisa no equal Price 25 and 50 cents Perry anil thomas jitneOJm More mIssions were destroyed in time ulterior of China Nlrl issi4st Lawyerjlnrtlioloinew iUev Archibald Wtedlmm on tIme vil age street what des tliit jnean Jthought your were Mil up with all iiortsof bad ill e seHl And BO I was replied the rev Ih ned iKiitlemiHi I jUl attack of ndlif stioii anti from tiiat time on mv Ietn IMH JMCH ins mitsoflteretl Iondition until 1 Oft An Ip tHkiij jlJooJIIS3It1t1oiIN1UWbidl IMH put me JIIf steniach IdoMtdoubtJti MId ttm Jwyer This seine JIMHi iae e f 4 my wife of iieaiaittieosand ieyMtliiu4mcroIu1s lien they say ite tU ha inodW +w noway boythey teUthkuttmY- eai TW so 140 replied tin iniWr1UMl tbtw pxufrf on junelSlm tbeJIaadIdAd4 1i thoMis 1ooonvcnesac- U 1 WJI nt R t tad ta JuttMt j PttetIP1e ft I Ocit leJit ig Wee Mot m bm tt J f r jr WEEKLY irfli flIVY eagerbuyersranxious wee- klysaleset Specials Sale as t 7 j Tti Je Sale if vour H F Mouser druggists at Chetopa Kansas save I have the best sae on Dr Caldwellji Syrup Pepsin of any article in my stoie It cures consti pation indigestion sick headache and stomach trouble Sold by all druggists 13j one tin Admiral kempfl cables that 2500 men are on the road to Pekin for the relief of the legations A woman in Idaho got a divorce from her husband because he would riot take her IQ the Paris Exposition Ho testified in court that he was of water ami that he was afraid to get in loa bath tub even lie got so seasick That Ulan has Indigestion jtmstaaa good mauy others we know and should take Dr Ualdwells Syrup Pepsin Get it at all drug stores ISjunelm InAftcrsweet as that tfhich follows honest labor lryun Were to bump your head against a brick wall you co ukl not feel worso than dues anyone who suffers front stomach trouble We have a positive cure in Dr CmildwelI Syrup Pepsin Sold by all druggists ISjutiolm Sometimes a girl admires a fast yovng man i thaf is when silo iiI him so fmutihmat he cat pet away ErZElIA ITCIIlMl HUMORS 1IJirLES CUItKI ni 1515 B 8ottle Free to SsIrers Dues your akiij Itch and bnrnf Dis tressing on the skin you feel ashamed ta he seen ia company Do rcabs and meshes form on time Imitir or scalp t Have you Eczema Skin sore ami crasked Itaeh form on time skin Prickling pain in the skin Uoils Pimple IJone piinb Swollen joints ITalliug hair AU ruin dowti Hkin pale Old Sores Eating sorct Ulcers All tlieseare symptoms of Ecze maard ImpnrjtUij and Poisons in tho BlOod Tociire n stay cured take U B HtBotanic Blojjd Jwhich makes time blood pure a rich B BB will entire time sores heal itching of ec zeniuto stop forever the skin tobo come clear and the breath sweet B B Ia jot time have been looliiwr for Thoroughly tested for 50 years Our are advised to try liUP For sate by druggists at meEJRrge bottle ibix large iKittles full trei tnientl W Cdnplete direction with each bottle may test it triI bottle givetiaway Vjt for it AdlreB CO 438 Mitch elLstreet Atlantjl On Describe yow trotible and personal ad vidj given Blojil Balm sold in Biclt miidby Thomas 2 The Boxers In jiuina are still engag ed IB aiestroigailroatlimmnme- rtylttrl tI heaft 5541 EOl1- bekJienae itcilagandamartin ici lii insnh- vjy lunberiatec e- Maneot htMaiiy very bsd- 4e becit perinalleiithy enreby J M is 4 ttcbing plici aad a 5 e ronu for sure nipple hawk aulbiafas frost wh obMoie ton ar SB fci rlwuc Ia cm da pr41as- 14a hesbl9d 1 4 tiS FOR SALE I Desiring to close up the business of the late D M Bright I offer for sale a lot on corner of Breck and High St t rf fronting on High 336 feet by 250 feet deep which will be sold Sr- a whole or in lots Price made known on application las L L BRIGHTPW 9 I C l j rj iJiA Card of Thank lastIlnly We have nsed it In so many cases Of coughs lung troubles and whooping cough anti it tins always most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufactures of timis remedy and wish thorn to please accept our hearty thanks Respectfully Mrs S Doty DesMpInes Iowa For sale by Perry Thomas Gjunlm Presideut of Nicaragua is makingipreparations for war with Sal yadw YOIU1IOU11getperience proves this tobq Hoods Sar saparllla It Success is tho tnlngthat comes to a jnan who mckee tip hisTiriind to do a timing and then tIcs it A sallow jaundled skin is iv system of disordered liver M it spridg from hillary poisons retained in tiehlootl which Icsteoy energy Jlc jWtF8 tIAHerbinahunt of the liver Price 5 ThoBW V js1aiI Sometimes a mail with iwrefful muscles cant eVeR raise a dolur WwM Nat riftVTIIIHII painslilinyig ail my life Whoa I camqown to work Jlda lIIOJIl e r t could barmy wrk wonUoiMihier McCuMlvVdr rstor WKl thejl recnm iiHHl CK MBterl Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rseeedy It worked like tnatnc and one dtoe fixed me al thingleveralull not IM wlthnut it Inily house lierMifttr forlntiouldhot cure to en aplnJOrIltJtenriMMt bington byPfl7I4t Rierte ay hs isn dolnt Y it1with Uen = aha II DUOOIJTJOf IQfiCB 18f Ir I II Three persons were klllodat Htttcll ineon Kansas by a freight train crash ing into a street c- atNever 1 Love When tho oldler dons his togs of wart leave hii home and friends his sweetheart On hnaklioghearthero is what he says ILove And when we are asked if we wilt more ourj Monumental Work from Rich J mond we amy emphatically i v i Haying rented the shop back of Methodist Church we wilt there conduct the Central Kentucky Monumental Works and at Nlcho JalIIe the Niebolanllle Marble and Orantee t Worfca with skilled tabor fintChus mnterial polite attention and low prices Call bnd seel lt jie2T3mGOLDEX FLORA B 1Jit i 1rIMiW T nlO Jt GftflAtiimpL I an r lGIC sas4 mas Cresmary Diii 7I I III tar more 01 Ii am4 net sasiar with iSis IparataCsIt Mss away with xpentvt machiasry qulrvs eOpowr as Imsl to It farif vith two tie er ea see 1 IJ F r 1 sfr L D5 rE 4 it LcJ2JiTII tir TITPPrint5 o Wt j= h1h li I f j PhiuHoDe lnmmd Ias vodrdirclllnw btn t rt other my Ii tle 8LtWASSS1ANLE ioM VUVJiof Kva home fnrtltotton 1 cJjveprotcctIonagain4RE AND T3KNADO- KJ I t aswument calla on tnomber wh n kes jrto otberm mb r aal nn tiiltlulon lee t rd to t cheapest lind mod rcllaMe I people of our county now OOItolIlYflhthO1 Sttte anVitrts cliraper e t ua balf KfUrthc dntvrar attorneJrtItYorfurthrtcfornutlontali nut on tbelra rent CoinlHtliy njxUin r j n rxnTEn rrr j ma ly V 0 BO3WOUT1I ow I FOR SALE One jTTtlsttred Ban and twenty highgrade Cows and Cal ea prlratetr If not mold by bcpteinher IU ISM will ell pnbltcly also rent my arman1 other personal property Sum ol thee Cows are extra good milkers WT BARNES ma1JlmRl ad Ky Drs LoiiisvHEandraan So eta West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qly ndoiu Rlchsiond Kyn on DH5lltt jfJWU 1100 eturnlns eTery second Weneday o each onth Reference of Rich nxnd Kyninylly I tiTiia Jd uu U 7 MrR CCtASDIstiers Xji cr Bcsila COVINUTON KENTUCKY U S A roTpw1vhv CTPRR4S nrAHi Oil bin lilt Mont Xe rYflT Wwh mid Wn 4 tLMxlini for and OAU for Elz Oinom hipped by 1IEIUU- T1ovlngtuuIITn1lnriA PRICES vrFJI 14 M I3nk Sj tot Ry Dept P xtJI kp CoMnp1 0ThIA iAi13une6ni 1 3 or YOUR LIFE 21s spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that will be comfort Some people go abUt complaining about then shoes hurting their feet TM can all be avoided if youU your shoes from us Our NEW SPRING and STMMER Stock of SHOESJiavcal1ived and we are ready to serve you THE FINEST AND BEST IN LADIES SHOES We have an excellent time New coined styles The J hoes everybody wants ARE HERE Remember we can d ust1 little better than others best Come init will yourour line of childrens ahws New Styles New GoodsSAME LOW PRICES CUR 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 Stylish Shoes We also have an extra good line of Heavy Shoes Call and see us Youre always welcome FREEMAN BROSJUXRSERICHMOND KY = FENCE Something New In Farm Fence Agents for the Blue Grass Wire Fence Co of Lexington Ivy This is a wire fence of ten strands No9 coil wire and five oak slats to the rod Tnis is the original patent COIL WIRE and none like it has ever been sold in Madison county before WE PUT IT UP FOR YOU Agents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal nay Feed Lime Salt Cement et- cLETCHER WITT TELEPHONjE 42 3 f Ut PITT BURG ENThAL TOC K TADL EAST LIBERTY FA OFFER SUPERIOR ADYANTAGM 10 eHiPPFRa Yards have been enlarged and rearranged MarketBest for Balti more Wellington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks attciitionP vAJfglf0tia SIKON ODON NELL Jenerlg r I U- EJ CULTIVATE A habit of economy but not stinginess in theJ LIjg m manufacture good farm implements or machin fSJi Ii1jmachineifr IImi II to COST LESS titan any iJ j4fv other plow repairs While we refuse to handle omIt TAYLOR BROS a7 1 S t it JJ =I I t 711ri OUR WATERWORKS CONTRACT Wednesday May 7 1890 Council jnet pureaant to adjournment at 11 oclock present Major Collins Councilmen Br ok8 Rice Smith and Cperton The Council proceeded to discuss the different propueitiona presented in regard to tho erection of waterworks III ihid city and having at great length couftideied alt tlireq of the propositions preceutel Mr Brooks moved that the city t f llichuiotid uner into a contract with the Richmond Waterworks Co in auuurdtsiice with the ia1 provisions of the proposition and contract offered by BMitl company whiili tuutton was Col Capertuii moved as an amendment to the motion of Mr Brooks that said contract be made by the city with said Waterworks Los bectto a ratifi cation of same by the voters of the city at all election to be held for that pur pose which motion wBssectind by Mr Smith and the vote l inz taken upun the aUlendmtmt rwultud as follows Aye J W Onperton W B Smith Ao J J Brooks Kam RhoeBd there being a tie Mayor Collins voted no and the tiiotiuu to amend was loet Thereupon W B Smith moved as a substitute for Mr Brooke motion that the city enter into a coutiavt with the Kichinotid Waterworks Co in accordance with its ctnitract gnbjwt to the alterations mid chatij js coiitnined in paper marked A which IH UUd end that the schiehtiie iii iliMrgt for water contained in the proposition of Walttnen Keith Co be ill penal in said contract The vole upun this motion ruaulted us f Hows Aye W B titnitli and J W Cal rtonr oJ J Brooks and Saw Rice there being a tie Mhyer Collins voted no aud the motion was lost The vote was then taken upon the original vote of Mr Brooks and the result was as follows Aye J J Brooks and Sara Hire No W B Smith and J W Caperton and there being Ii tie Mayor Collins voted aye mid the motion was carried and the contract was entered into- Thereupon the said contract between the city of Richmond and the Rich mend Waterworks Co was signed by J a Collins mayor and attested by J Eo Ureeuleaf city clerk the city having no corporate seal and the same is spied at length upon the records of the city as follows STATE OF KKNTOOKY COUNTY OK MADISON This agreement made and entered Into this 7th day of May A D 1800 by and between the city of Richmond Madison county Ky by its city council duly authorized anti empowered by legislative enactments party of the first part ind the Kichmoud Waterworks Co a corporation duly incorporated under the laws of Kentucky their successors and assixus party of the second part witnes lied That tho party of the first part does hereby grunt to the said party of the oecuud part their successors and assigns the privilege of building uiaiuuiniug and o erating a aysteui of Wnterworka for the purpose of supplying the citizens of Richmond with water for Ore domestic mechanical and other purposes and aisu the privilege of laying water pipes beneath and along the surface of high ways streets avenues allevs public grounds and bidewalks of the city of Rich mond as the same now exist or may exist hereafter as extended laid out ores tabliehed Provided also that the public travel shall be not unnecessarily hue pededand the same shall be left In ws good condition as before said laying of piprs beneath the same lit consideration of jlte granting of said privileges as above the eaid party of the second part bind themselves their successors and assigns to build and complete in a workmanlike manner a of waterworks and to operate the sawe for the purpose of supplying the inhabitants us above specified The said works to be builtin accordance with the following description 1 To lay within the corporate limits of thecity of Richmond ut least six mileti of caaiiron water pipit aud said pipes to be coated in the usual manner and tested tit a pressure of 300 pounds to the square inch befoi leaving the foundry The pipe to be snlliciaut in size to meet the present and probable future want of the city The size to range from 12 inches to 4 inches in diameter 2 To pi ice upon said six miles of pipe not less than sixty fire hydrants of approved pattern each having 2 inches hose outlets and having four inch connection with street mains Said hydrants are to be used for tiro purposes only to supply the name with water end to have them ready fur use at all timer excepting such reasonable interruptions may be rendered necessary fur the purpose 01 waking repairs or additions to the works Said hydianttt to be located at alicia point on said six milo of mains as the party of the first part may determine 3 To furnish an adequate supply of wholesome good aud pure water as SprinlsWellsstreams as shall be hereafter determined as to best proservo anti maintain the purity of sawn 4 To erect a brick or stone building for a pumping station The same to be divided into two apartments at least one of sufficient capacity to contain and operate the boilers hereafter described and the other of sufficient capacity to contain the pumping machinery hereinafter described and also to erect a suitable coal shed to be built of vood or iron or masonry the same to be at some taoist convenient to pumping station 5 To erect two pumping engines each of one million and quarter gallons capacity per day or a combined capacity of two and onehalf millions gallons per tiny nt a reasonable rate of piston speed such as is specified in H R Worthingtona table of proper piston speeds for pumps Saul pumps to be of the compound deplex pattern and of Black Wothington or Deans manufact ure Also two boilers of good make and standard pattern each of at least fifty 50 horse power Also a boiler feed pUUll1 capable of feeding both boilers at once it necessary Also all connections and tools for operating said pumping machinery and boilers ro erect upon suitable foundation the stand pipe or elevated tank at least twenty 20 leet in diameter HUt seventy 70 feet high being of sufficient size to contain at least one hundred thousand gallons of water and of sufficient height as to be able to throw a stream of water from a hydrant located on Main street near the court house through fifty 50 feet of JJJ inch hose and a one inch ing nuzzle 75 feet vertically without thin aid of the pump Said tank to be limit of ooiler iron strongly riveted and neatly painted Also to ltaranteo that with lie pumps a direct pressure on the mains can be maintained sufficient to throw four Ktieams at one anti the same time through 50 feet each of 21 inch hose and one inch ring nozzle JO leet high And if necessary 8 or 10 streams of water at once for extinguishing fires 7 The said party of the second part further agrees to furnish water to the citizens for domeetic manufacturing mm other purposes at reasonable rules not to exceed the following schedule WATER RATES Fitst spigot per annum 12 bauu ulhLiullalller uiiuuui T BAth tuus VOId water 4 bath tUtM hot water Water closet one Additional each 4 Urtiiul 4 Barber Bhops n 25 OUIJa louuiaiim ivJnu 25- UeetaurHiila or tJiluous i liotelsnpecial ratea or by meter at 26 cents per Hundred cubic ftct luuudriea special inleu or lay meter aa above jOIUaKertttlllpeeialSprinkling hose inch nozzle and 50 feet of how 12 per annum or2 per mouth to be used onlY two hours per day No sprinkling allowed during a ore or alter tiara Such upriukling to be confined lo the premises of the customer paying for the same Jountains h inch nozzle four hours day 12 annum Livery ana boarding ambles including privilege of washing cairiages and buggies f30 to 0 per annum penaunuinJinukWelling brick per thousand ten cents In no Vane wheie meters are used shall annual charges be less than 20 whether meter rejjistciB water to that value or nut Fur alt purposes nut hereto specified the prices shall be in the discretion of regardshushingWorks preventthousand gallons 8 To extend the water mains at the option of the party of the first part wherever the guaranted revenue from each 600 feet of such extension irotn private sources shall equal or exceed 50 per annum Provided the city shall sent oie hydrant for each and every 600 feet of pipe so extended at an aunual rate of fOO each in addition to the rental hereinafter mentioned 0 To place upon the original six silks of pipe such additional hydrants as the party of the first part may from time to tune require aid to rent the same to the said party at un annual rate of 30 each in addition to the rental hereinafter mentioned And it is further agreed that when the total number of bytlrltnt10 To furnish water without charge at all times during the continuance of thiii contract for one drinking fouutaiu to be located on luepublicsquareiu front ot court house aud to the city offices and engine and the department Saiil fountain offices Sic to be provided with bclfcliuiug faucets slid to be furnished and kept in repair by toe city contractfurerect the same at its expeuse tie city to keep the same in repair but water shall not be carried away from same weekfromsatisfactory to the company 1JJuuicipal12 To repair all damages according to ihe surface highways in the laying of the mains and surface and repairing the same with an little delay as possible anti to the satisfaction of tho street commissioner excepting duriug the period ol construction and a reasonable period thereafter the necessary crown ing of the covering of tho streets from tho trenches matte may be maiutained in oruer to allow same to properly settle 13 To ciiunge at auy time the grade of any pipe whenever tho party of the first part bo desires that it may change the grade of any of its streets it being provided however that the expenses of bucu shall bo borne by the party of the first part 14 To begin work upon the said waterworks within days from tho ox ecution of this contract by tho City Council and thin said parly of the second part and complete the tamo within 12 mouths from the said ditto of the execu tins ol this contract Provided however said obligation to complete said works shah nut be enforced against tsaid party of the second part if any delay shall be caused by zany strike which shall interfere with tho progress of the work or furiiihhitig ot materials any judicial iuterfeience or any providential causes Out uiiuer the control of the party ot the second part m wialcia case a reasouaole lime shall be allowed in addition to the time herein named as to the date of cow pletion 15 To furnish a satisfactory bond in the sum of 10000 as a guarantee of the failhml execution of Ibis contract us herein set fortu ana also to save from loss toe city ot Richmond tioui any action of damages from amy accident due HI olomploYCdlIwIU Said party of the second part further agrees thttt the said party of the tirllillm may at any tithe witluu six months alter the expiration of too vears iroiu tile ditto of acceptance ol said uuy of the works herein described have the- privIlege of purchasing tillS works uml alt o tile same privilege within six mouths after the expiration ol each period of llvo id years thereafter notice of its iuten lion of bo doing having been served upon time party of the second pan within the said period of talK months The price asked for the waterworkrf shall be determined by a fair valuation vf tbs income iraiichio sod ull other property of theiCompauy whaUoever lIy arbitrators selected as bo1lois to Wu The party 01 the flrat part to u1ect one uoii resident ol the couutY disinterested person itbepartyof the second part to select one taut resident of the county and dl person and the two persons so selected to seloct a third who shall be a non resident of the county aud dieiuterestud hydiauhc engineer the three to constitute a board ot arbitration Should the city determine not to purchase alter said valuation then the cost of the bame shall bo borne by the said party of the first part if me city should purchase the works under this contract it shall be turaeu over aud ilnliverud to it free all liens ami claims of every kludnd the tock issued shall he sillier turned over or cancelled If howeVor a ask k made the coat of lvaluatiou shall be borne equally by the parties to thin contract and the city shall have twelve months in to pay for the aaaie and puaaiuus- hall be glvea when payment is made In consideration of th above coveuanu and agreements on the part the party of the second part tile party of the first part hereby agrees and bmda itself Hi follows First To pay lu tqiwl quarterly installment OH the RiM days of January April July and October in wich year an rentaLfor the use of sixty hydrauts for fire purposes m above set forth the uta of 3000 per annum bra lull and com of 21JYul8 from the date of jcceptance pla id works hycirHullfludltlAebeetlhereunto Set out It being provided however that thttJiI1lt 5n t HiHeat shall bo for the portion of the year 1I i pbetvreea the time wlleli said hjr Uran ts are ready fur use aiiad the first day rf thu next succeeding quarterly pay luwir la case of delay iu said quarterly payment Jromauy OMIIM said pmy of this fiw part ftgre 8 to pay iateresi upon iMtch qjrtwly i y meet 8tbe raW of 0 i r cent per jmstiw 4ClhLd That it wilt YU reDtalto the party rsl the second psit ttheir lilly aesthoa ised lteata or It will pay said ieuti4 fro aaay person cUraCs O- ftr9h9fD the Mid paertv of the socoad part aeay 1iaresuter aa It a- eer of Mill aMsi5ntssit iiLi ilikd with the pssay the hint pu TtiiflJ fhlloLit will layits Uhf GflhlbeiiJrosfl tIsU tO t104 M uail be t NeiI by1M prty o the SCO51tI t flDabe sontinoanu Of IIoetKRIId- Ucl I urIst ss bull and ePdiN t 1I 1e tcid essoaable ad aecie eSt tiW er 6 t1IIIII It w fDt IIhLlr lrA Fw4 F l taialnll and operating ofaspO1fl oVI1terworksiFourth That it hereby grant thw right tot the party jOi the second Part to enter iu uPoior property oJoagliirto the of carrylll Into etldtl purposes of agcemeL dsnlcJ partyol tbeflecolld part mayu t owned by tue city purpose of supporting its pipes across atmyXIUi8 or drains The said use to be in su manner us not t1C8ullefnJnrrtOsaid bridges an the public travel and to be lf iiiasKpoit n as Fifth Fhat thin cpntttittHliall be binding when sijdlcd by tlm partlsB hereto liy thelrnKpectivp unro profitent with their iwpfctive corporate seals attad ed and l ahe sllfatlresof their respective cler Bomtary Haid party laf days m fileits Jxjnd and sign itn contract theiiOJta II at tiia mitt of i lilA party of the second part shall not have so furnished its Itoiitl said conlrartthen the city may void the same In wjtaaot wiioreot eacIol this partis hereto have haerecato set their names and affixed their nrtesfW8JII day and year first above yrritten 1 ATTEST J E UUBUNXB J s COLLINS llock 1 TILE KIOHJIOND WATaUWOUXSC- dArrEsT i CIIAS S By AEo JJoardman Secretary Clerk Rnunlar meeting of thpbi Council held Tuesday Juno 31 1890 present Mayor CIllnaCouueilaaiei iJ JBruoksSaaRiceanU S W rn Jhe VHterworkll Co ened a tempoary bond tile penat8lmol lent oulIln1 10000 dollars siloed by WntenrorlcH Co v ith A E Boartiman J A Sullivan mid J ill IIP wJlletvussuritds for the faithful performance of a con tract flhteredinto between ta City and Waterworks Co Jlajr 7 1810 JJGUBEENIKAKI I i v J CO LI SIClerk r lio 91r Ih9tn4cDI 0Cy7zt ia icas rixziuu ni 4l3Q at DUB FjasjfD A year 0 I was a great sufferer from female tfeakness My head ached all the time i kl I would get so dizzy and have tha all gone feeling in the stomach n A was so nervous and restless that I did not know what to do with n lf My food did me no good ifld I linda bad case of whites Ivnroh to yon and after taking Lydia E Pi nkiiims Vega table Compound as directed I can truly say that I feel like a n w woman and cannot tell you how gxstefnl I am to you it I have recommended it to all my friends and have given it to my daughter who is now getting along splendidly May you l1e any years to help our suffering slsthrsMi8 C CABPESTZB 253 GBAKD ST noon NY I Over eighty thousand such letters as thiverere ceived by MrsiIjlnkham during 1897 Surety this is strong proof ability to help suffering tom- enCtioLBUD rn ori 1 f The Kentucky Democratic Gubernatorial State coavention will be held in Lexington Thursday July 19th Saturday July lfhat 2 oclock p m conven tions will be held at every vot ingplace in the State for the purpose of selecting delegates to the county delegate conventions to be held Monday July 16thMonday Juiy J6that 2 oclock p m county delegate conventions will be held in every county in the State for the purpose of selecting dele gates to the Democratic Guber natorial State convention to be held in LexingtonThursday jEverDemocrat Kentucky is urged to remexnbpthe date of these f conventions Anything infringes a pUent if it Infringes any claim of a patent and as patents sometimes have many claims so each claim is to be considered by itself on this question infringement The claim of a patent nust stand or throultJ1G E ton D O arealways bread and valid as particular attention h paid to the claims Any old claim vjill not answer in his office Millions Given It Is certainly gratifying to the pub lic to know of one concern in time land who are not afraid to to generous to the needy and suffering Tilt proprie tors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs nUll C Ids have given away over ton millions trial bot tlet of this great medicine ind have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all disease of tl Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by lL Call on Perry tc Thomas OruggiHt Successors to W G White and get n trial bottle free regular sizo I te anti Eery bottle guaranteed o4price re fuuded 3 A bridge on the Greetisbni z branch at Lebanon Ky fell throndi with a train last Tuesday Thirtetn bridge carpenters were at work on Shin bridge HS a piiRsenger train was crossing When Ihe middle coach was In tIe center of tIm immured footspin the bridge save way precipitating thin en tire tram the bed of the Two men weie killed fIiecriously injured and ten slightly Tho harvest of blue grass seed in Bourbon will be finished by Thnrhdnv or Friday The yield in Bo rbon this year IH estimated at 150000 bushels and the seed is of finIS quqIitv The market price yesterday w 30 cents per buiOieL The rains of tiie past wioi shiglilyarlsNews Unt lot trora The Gnn Was the tall that hit G I Stoaduiat ofJ ewark Mirh tothie Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no trait inent helped for 20 years Tjien Buck lens Arnica Salve cured hifi Cures Cuts Btuises Burns BoilS Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Beit Pile cur on earth 25 cts a box Ce guaran teed Sold by Perry tThomas Drug cists 4aSpeaking about curlpsitlcis Frida rtbnfujbtlhad stopped from some causoL and shill 4ividontlyof the tinip piece for it was found tha a small iet cotaim lanai crawled in thi lack opening1 and hidden beneath ithj works iii a way as to a stop tI businee Danville Ailvocate Gov Rckjmin appointed Prow A countyfirstTouJlcoul1fvJIICond kio vilUi isyluw j RW t wilJhgicw1TYT1AM FADELESJDYES Sola by C IL Ster Waco KyjlTkmas AOjuni P 1fj1 u eXClaimetlMrsjWallace At what naked Wallace At that ridiculous sign An 80 cigar for 10 cents We women may be natal ly deceived by bargain advertisements but no palpable liq like that would ever taku us in And she was sa happy over it that he hadnt the cruelty to tell her that the 80 stood for the price by the thousand Cincinnati Enquirer People who are annoyed by flies should remembei that clusters of the growsabundaintly trfuolcthroulZhmore flies than sauctraof in lnsscs and other fly traps and fly paper can col met Unless food is digested quickly it will ferment and irritate tho stomach After each meal take a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure you eat and will allow you to eat nil you want of what you like It never raseofdysnepsiaIt Admiral Dewey has concluded his tour and is ainnt Washington whence he and Mrs Dewey will go to their summer home Beanvoir to remain until the last 01 the month John G Taylor a rich man of West Chester Ia is spending his fortune In cemeterY monument fco as to preclude tim possibility of a contest over his will Ivy poisoning poison wounds and nil quicklvHazel Salve It Is also a certain cure for piles and skin dTjonses Tako no other Perry Thomas Judge Robert Riddle and others of Irvine were attacked by n mad cow Monday and mme near being killed The cow died of hydrophobia n few hours later Winchesler Democrat British IOEses incident in the South African war up to June 9 are officially given as 23CT4 men btistdes 702 officers and 12355 men sent home as invalids The Chinese ask how is vour liver instead of hcw do you do for when the liver is active thehea1this good DoAVitts Little Earlv Risers aro famous little pills for the liver and bowels Perry Thomas The people who say that 13 is a line doe would do well to note the number of stripes in Old Glory Washington Capital WE GUARANTEE- Dr Calflwella Syrup Pepsin to euro any case ofOnstipation Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Trouble whim taken according to dlrcctiOBS O1 W B CALOWELL Xf after taking twotSdnla ofa fifty cent or one rtoila bottle It tails to do as represented ivo trill rcfusO the purchase price PEPSIN SYRUP COHPAHY ItaHNrof8ELt0- 2may6m Our Goods tOur prices Compel you to trade with us when you giveus a trial 11th ffill13 ictJ s ti ill IDfPDv 1JJE1DhhID 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 sel ct the la goods and when you buy you know you have the latetUhtodategoods Is that what you want If so trade with WhitPJAND GIbsanl iE E ITIE IUrE Water and tLighl See T itt 1IFFK tiid uave him To ifPlUmbing JeiEIQvat6r MidYalitis JurnitohedIWiN Mills MaSt Rich o4 Ky Lk8zr73 Jft feat Qaisil 4oss oilBeIt J jr J PLEASEf TRY I10e ALL 50c Dl UGGI5TS I 0 0I WHY BUY from and pay middlemen Igood big profit when you can buy direct from a manufacturer and Jobber at wholesale prices We manu facture everything in the paint line We buy in large quanti ties in order to get jobbers prices thereby enabling us to sell you for less money than those who buy in small quan tities without any practical ex perience in the Paint Busines Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practicalexperience in the Paint and Wall Paper Business we belive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities 9 fieo nl Wiliging Wall PapersWindow shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass c IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN Is pair chased here Our r stem of easy payments enables any one toeiii joy the music o- firjtet I trmett without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would mnko a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargains HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY NOTICE We wonld call your especial attention to the tact that our stock of W ALL PAPER AAD Dr ORAIVE EIGwz Jnst received are all new and of the choicest designs and we Invite you to can at our Drug Store on Main street and inspect aame before buying elsewhere We have Mr W L LEEDS connected with as who will furnish estimates on all orl and decorate your rooms in the latest style and at reasonable prices Wo guarantee all work done by him to be uptodate Wealso carry a complete line of the very freHhest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet j stationery paints and oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Respti PERRY THOMAS tuccutoiuTo a wnni 213 Hata Street RklnnoHd Ky PRONE NO 75 anlTly hAS STOVES AT COST IololotJI CHEAP GAS Io1JCIo inut have H pisoliue explosion wbM you can got Gas M 25 per tho Mmil for cooking and IwUiH Ttii Conpny Has Reduced the Prkl of Gas in Order to Encourage the Use of the Gas Sove ci Owe try a Gj Coolcitjkiive and JOHV 1fIH never gire lt sp I IS jiwtiw casmbieat Cost and run pipit to erU ireinto the1iouae tOoK Use aHfekbsdi burner ash jntrcpM tbQkU i the office for jist tsrs II11TIt LI l ti f J J A ii i 3 F31l 9 El i SPRING ai iRl8 rlenuS alH cus on1ers J fijs our line is comp I 0 tr iii- EJptd ii Factory prices have advanced on ft i louglltLI 1I ducements that will interest and gig benefit all We have a nice line p a i 35cUig CHEAP 13 gJE3i r Everything desirec iiiiiiider g taking line always kept in stock OLDllAWJIEl Ii OLDHA- Mfl Day Phone 76 Night9 = J Ii li1 t L N Bt5 RE C DIVII- K EFFECT SUNDAY MAY IS J BS ft 1016 Cincinnati and UTlnKston Express south bound arr IWSimond M Mp m northbound gains Mamit10 Richmond aysvllle Accra hboSSdtT 41 6aam 25pm 11 south bound arr 7 20pmf 11 Rowland south bound LT 8 MiamI Stanford north bound arr 5 Uarf ISFFor further information call on Or TELEPHONE 78 KUPER HOOEV A BbcTo MANKI1VD DR TABLERS BUCKEY PILE f 4t New Wcovery for the Certain Cure oIINTERNAL a EXTERNAL PILES Wmf TT PAIN C VEFAILEDTUnsflMcs F1 MAL We tpriIier ai dNii SfmfISTtJ UiS II IFor sale by PERRY THOMAS DriWis f Tb Zoth Mtna1 IQIct OF LEXINOTON 4CY L 944 O7Qup in L7vjn 00 JE8E 4IURiLS The planet the Soutey ntuM1lfs Insursace it pat is pay to the paystIsiaiiasern onsqzvitsi la4e ii 14il of h t ofitsyalueinabIs pmareItbepayM otiS PbIh o sry prec Pkrs awl to t 7 sviiIj t SE j IMRA T MILL1OK Loctt i I J r e v iwIt 4f 0 I 1111