You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 11, 1900. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1900 ric1900071101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 11, 1900. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1900 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi t i J 44 el f T I I 1 r i I w H tJLLiiIL A i ioi llIrilia 1 1 i tE 1THE RICHMOND CLIMAXSrOLU- ME27 I 1 1 RICHMOND MA33ISOH COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 1 NUMBER 6 1 b L7 I 7 JcicrofcdREPAIR AND A SPECIALTY TIMEING FINE WATCHES iOF 4r E5T 1848 st e Srt eAll Work iuarMteel MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY r rr r 8RANDJflAPyARD A WHISKYFULL QUA S Delivered Expressage paid anywhere directly acoea slble to American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely pure OLD WHISKEY direct from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or corn morclal In Louisville AUG GOLDEWEY 2 CO 231 W Math St Louisville Ky The New Manufactured FLORENCE MEDICINE Red Oak U A o 6- o use best material to date J Splendid Finish Pricc is right We can it an 1 inducement for dealers to handle our work Wet manufacture a full line of + light pleasure vehicles + Send for catalogue and price list FT Adams agency IiULLER BUGGY CO Manufacturer Wlioltsnle +aprlS6m PROFESSIONAL CARDS At 03 tf E la R E ROBEpTS ATTOllNKYATLAW mOUIONn KENTUCKY Bffnniwovcr Climax Office with Jas D Mc r ar8roll1 Street I Rw MILLER ATTOUNKVATLAW IttlIIMUNI KKHUVr flu the llurnum IlinMlnp u l door u r Ntknitflt rl3It J SqfuL AN KENTUCKY OtliH L Hllllllk A IYnnt op tMwte tViurt HOIISK Main Strwt i I U U 11 lJIH NA ULl ATTORNEYS AT LAW KlIMMONIi KkMTUCKX- ilrtico on Second street over Uhen Biiltn gnuMjry j W R LETCHER IIi KKNTKCKV OIl tn with T J until Jr uvei- CWmgtoii A MituhnllV r c tLClW M Ivrhv Uuillinif 1iiliol or ATTU y AT LAW IUIMONII KENTUCKY IIIi Iralhsr llnililllis Main I- Ot2I2Ui MK illtsoN GIBSON Ill VffCMVS aVW tjUKGEOhSK- HUitNU KKNTUCKY Uittc in tIe Joe I x lint building it andaD Sec Sirrei over W nil old drue ilore a HAS C HOOKKU- ETEKINARY SUKGEON jradiaie Ontario Veterinary Collcje Vturinarj Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty iifOinoe my stable on corner Firiit an- 1f Streets Uichmonit Kyapr7ly C JASPER M D Medicine aud Surgery Prather Ouildim Street- c14Wue nt rusijiteec Cur jUce on Brosdwayi iniMOND KENTDCKTV W bYANh jl U PltYg ClAN ASU SUEOKON- rt UIMINII KCN TUCK DENTAL SUROEST lt onMO- K=or LOUISVILLB KY IIi Offlce next to Government Building KichmHtid Ky Olfic liourz4 to W to 110V17lyS c fH FRED SMITH DEN liST aO31ce over Taylor Bros Hardware Store Msin Street Janllly I PATENTS ifT444ADVICE AS PATENTA1LITT- I la laventlve Age I Book rHowtoebtain Paltnte t Ci4rg a irodevtle n re til iM4 Letters strictly confidential J IIS Patent Lar O LpLc r a Qe I ON1tiEM dh p A RKEll KENTUCKY WomanIs UI acme L08GEYITYfhorne treat nunt fur one dollar ThP Iniv Florence Remedy Is apecino anilcurelortliellUof wonwuwho know too well toe drain upon their health Sand canned by ailments peculiar to thcirownrez The Lady F1ontp UmtdvLI I not a careall hot ti a cure lor dLae1 ot woman It U carefully from a prescription phjnlIcaaes female dlwwe pprnap than any one other IwltTitlual It now It oirtrod for the Bret Ume In this countiy within the reach claes One package afford relief In the most obstinate by THE CO Iowa S GENTLEMENS DRlllIIiG VAGON We only the of Has aU up attachments make 4 JACliSON1ilCIL6 o ii inIiKytiIiwII- CIIMOND over Co J j toizeyatLaw LowryA- uiiey IC- yJTLTJaCiQ1 liN In at Ofhce Main the G Th8ttt door of sultering strength of of i WHATS THE TIIOUBLE Is your watch inaccurate or the liiniKoludil titncpiecH irru ulai Better have them put in ontar Not a very uoslly matter Our cliaryert for Watch Clock and Jewelry Repairing ire moderate Just enough however U pay furhhie bmt kind of work Everything ciitrustoil to us is carofully done FJYEAGER Y6u Want = t The Truth AND YOU GET IT IN TIlE tTwiccaWeck CoarierJoiirnaIj6 DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS ctstlaturdayTlJOTWICEAWEEK COUBIEOJOURNAl Is the equal of many dalles and the superIor all other papers It prints more real news more Rood class matter more good stories than any other Jssned Wednesday and Satur dy A godd commission to scents Sam pi copies Ine On application Write to OURIERJOURNAL CO- LOUISVILLE KY Bjs Special Arrangement YOU CAN GET TUB CLIMAX and the Twicea Week CourierJournal both for one year for J25 This is for cash subscriptions only AU subscription under this combination otter mast be sent the CLIMAX otllje WANTED with fair educationMENYOUNG and IOOd chamc er to LJAUN TELBQaPUY Uillroad Account lag and Typewriting This is Indorsed all leading railway companies as the only perfect and reliable institntiou rlf its kind All our graduates are assisted to positions Ladies also te Write for free catalogue terra opens Aucnstl C1LOBETELEQKAPU COLLKQK Lexington Ky 13June6ro f CIRCULATINQ WASH BOILER I Ir PAtlALLOVED MARCH 15m 991 BOTTOM SHOWING COILED COPPER STEAM PIPES kifs pttbI8JennC it VIOlhCI II- Ji k rIUC irru14t- c1L lI Ttflp 300 JHJIIM jotgot 1QQ 1 tjp4ifr JI nrrpt nf fllex I 0 plo1 n iI w b1tA fa1ferstlIi4 11HJ IfUloi F1i iii1 ANNOUNCEMENT rox COVKTT C1XKK SANFOUDOLDflAX5cafldategorunty of the Democratic party AROIIKAVANAUGHto the action of the Democratic PartiWe are authorized to announce C M RAT snbjoct1tocandidate for County Clerksubject to the action of the Democratlc party MMItILLERto the action of the Democratic party JESSECOBBto the action of the Democratic partrI WAREItthe action of the Democratic party roa sitJuurP PWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aethorlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison DemocraticpartyWe are authorized to announce P BBnOAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff dtMadlson county subject to the actit not thb Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G W DEATHKRAGE a candidate for Assessor of Madison 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 FOB JAILBB We are authorized tlo announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PAURISII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one 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 parly FOB SCHOOL SCrERINTENDlUrT We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS II candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of County Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce REV A J TRIBBLE a candidate for County School Su perintendent subject to the action of the Democratic party FROM ESTILL A Breezy Letter About Politics Courting June Zephyrs And Good Eatirg Editor Cliiiuu- KsriLL blUIKGS Juno 20th 1000 It is biii umr Hint Estill doveui lit come Kraal rendezvous fur Kentucky iniiuiciaua it is boadiunably titled lot iu It Wan no Iu bUm extent lust glim slier as CHiiatjr JJluukburti Uoveruur Lio bal viid other uiuuiinuut itolitiviatib ot built Ueiuucraiiu and Kepublican panted epent seine lime there though vlieitier they were dtcuBtu yoliticb or not 1 du not know Kaiili iu au mirably tiLted fur quiet consultations which 18 iiiuleBirabiu to scu reiiroduceil in the iiowsjiapcrt Tliu ubiquitous reporter is nut m evidence at the Springs VBy the way speaking of politics 1 see ihut it is NiuKiuley and Roosevelt 1 hope the I oinociuia will display as mud piud judgment in selecting a runuliiK watt lor Bryan ns the Kopubll ell uti have done in picking one lor Ale Kinley Tho boleciion ol a Vice1resi tlunttul nuiiiiiiuo oilers u great chance tu titnmgtltcll it ticket if wisely wade 1 iiotit Avuiit to sue auy more liuscua like the Sewall iiumiiiaiiuu- Souietiiues the utletups to make the tail jf the ticket strengthen the head aro about as smccessiul ad the strategy legendIIiereiulgtiI tile story goes who married very beaulllul but silly wouiau think tiiK to niiikt ins children bout wilIud iiaudsuiuc Alas for his careful paint fhe ctiildreu were as uIY311 their father aud us silly as their mother d upherenull 1 btippio that m two weeks 01 tuore there will be several hundred Last year by the middle of July J think Estill was entertaining aUoin three hundred guests The tare thit year is very tine Spring chickens and lamb two of the finest mentIS in exist once are served here in abumlauuejuil of the very finest quality All the vege tables the season affords are ticrved and the bread aud desserts are up U the standard of the most fastidious 0 I was telliug the boys in my las letter how to propose tolier Well can see a young follow from whcro Ian writing who dont need ttt instruct ions They uro satinterIneutlynIuuj gaziigaLthe solid rock while his inellilluou pleadiiiKd borne to me oiH the breeze souinl like the rippling of water ov6 c pebbles They dont know 1 am watch big them but i think she is about ti put him out of his misery lam still taking tho sulphur bathe Hike to hattie and lie around in th I Ifa Woman 8wanls to put out a fire she doesnt i on wood She throws on watuknowlngthIWalerquenches- fire When a woman wants to get well from d easea peculiar to her sex I she should not add fuel to the fire already burning her life away She should not take worthless drugs and n potions composed of harmful narcot I Ics opiates They do not check the disease they do not care Itthey- simply add fuel to the fire ErAdfieids Female Regulator should betaken every woman or girl who has the slightest suspdon of any of the an raeotr which af filet women They wilt simply be Minting time untO they take It The Regulator is a strengthening tonic which gets- at erootloth- dllau and cures the cause uuon eu UUI the paIn It eradicates It stops of the womb mflamratlpn and periodical scanty oc pataful menstroation and by doing all this drives away the iundred and ont aches and atns which drain health and beauty happiness and temper from mealy JtICI1IanllIfe It is the one o atlut1tera which eJerywofllsoIIeu14 r5oW about 91MO trlicttto lit any trmtton- t Se1fur 1W- hJDIN fere L TM rttil9- tgmr M 1 uiOt iiU 9ii1 iiiiiiis IPeee 10011pdcncss hot weather as welt asimnld I lltCStI 1tai aaaaaa RAT IN HIS TROUSERS Lebanon Enterprise John Wood A prominent farmer of section had a rather peculiar ex lit and his son were at tho corn crib raising a plank a largo rat mndo its appenrance and a lively chase followed door of the crib being closed thin chances to escape were decidedly Time chase continued for wveral the rat skillfully dodging the OW that wereintended for its destruc Finally Mr Vood right in its- pathmainled to tauipiu He missed hie anti time rat took refuge iu his leg The rodent had him beat and Mr WoodIItoOtlllRhalt not daring to interfere it As the hue in the similar posi would have ucd its sling hind it touched so the rat had it been seizedwoutd have npplief its teeth viciously and this Mr Wood knew lull wello he decided to take his medi the best be could and give the rat of way Large sweat drops fell III Mr Woods forehead while the liule animal unceremoniously Imelleilon It made the circuit un molested and came slowly out thmemthmer leg when Mr Wood with a kind feeling of delight used his foot this With better aim and cloned time of the rat Mr Wood eays he hail all kinds of sensations while thb rodent was what might bo styled its very cute caper BALD YIN Mrs IVrry Perkins is very ilL Mrs harvey Knnatznr was hero last MIs Harriet Whitaker was here lust wetk Most of the farmers are through liar Vesting Master Luther Young U vibiting in PueyM Itoutieti Luwrv antI randdaiigh visited here last week Mr and Mrs John Baker are visit relniiveaat Itrookstown Miss Nora lialduiu was visited by quiie a crowd of young folks lat Sun NOTE Haiti L very badly needed in this lo caliti Mr W B Haley isontagiin alter icy soveie illness There is nn abundance of black her ries here and flower has gone up Mr Jerry Injehuars and wife spent tjnuilay with Mr aiilL Mrs hInd Mali Attorney R II Crookeof Ricliiuonl was tlm uUKtof ida sister Mrs Jake Yaietththl week Messrs Jacob Haley and Daniel Lucas went to Winchester last Saturday with drove of sheep A number of farmers are bully in the oats harvest and report time crop as not bein very good MrM F Hill has been ou the sick list but fs out again ranch to the de light of his many friends Mr John Woo lson of Uockcaatlt county has been visiting hmrister Mrs Btittin Atcorn time past week John Slick Miller and wife wert the delightful guests of John Slick1 Jiukton and wife last Sunday Soilic of the farmers are laying hj their roru and making ready for tin new pikes that are going to be made Mr llliain Glass who has been engaged in tho saw mill and lumber buni ness iu Laurel county stopped bert last week with some mules and horsi which be was taking to Winchester ti sell That TbroWns Uradache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of snnerers have proved their matchless merits for Sick aud Nervous Head aches Tliiy make pure blood and 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 THE PALACE HOTEL AVe have from time to time presented the claims of this excellent Cincinuii ti hostelry to the attention of our read ers and wo take pleasure III doing so once again We have received a let ter from time Manager Mr Walter II Maxwell who has no equal in that lint to time oDect that they have just rout pleted a Inrjrenew convention hall oil the StUncl110ur with a capacity qI about 200 a large wash room ou tllf office floor anti a new uptodate smok ing room on tie ground flor Vine St rtpalntoItliingabut the premises has au invil tug appearance The sanitation set vice and cuisine are perfect and one made to feet exceedingly corofortabif and at home there Try the Palace 1M next time joa visit the Queen Cityand you will boar us put in every statement we have made ia regard to it Sixth and Vlnoj only square from thjt Fountain DeWitts LittLe Early illsers are ti Bioua little pills foe liver mid bowel troubles jN ve gripe Perry an Thomas We are iHform d that thVPortl Rican pliik ol UM r 0 Kplatford wa snppreMect betee k ww Icate that the Si Mesa Cairt wosld knock higher tha kite by d eJdir K a Mii the Porto IUSa tare Tbto eeein dufeuna Vital wa rah4 hew eo rwl jM1IILg1 Wettt ak n4 11ix Richmond Fair July 24 25 26 27 ttpitgii1 Cia The Kentucky Democratic Gubernatorial State convention will be held in Lexington Thursday July 19th Saturday July J4that 2 oclock p m precinct 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 J6th Monday July 6that 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 Lexington Thursday July 19th- EveryDemocrat in Kentucky is urged to remember the date of these precinct and county conventions A FAMILY OF MARVELS Is time Dilhvortli family or eight mem bers four ladies and four gents Thoy are the premier acrobats of tueworld and do their acts in long skirts and drrss suits giving the most refined ex hiliitioti ever witnessed See them at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1318 It cost you nothing their performance is free Watch further notices posters and small blUe After six months of effort the Re publicans aehioved a platform which was promptly repudiated from one end of tho coutitry to the other by the Re publican press and which it is now claimed was foisted upou them by site nanigan This will do to toll Republican discipline is too coot to permit anything of the kind to be done The Itepublicans are simply frightened by the unexpected score heaped upon their noigliitering gHneraliiies and are try ing to hedge That Is all there Is to the Uuigj howlBx A Itillville citizen sajs the Atlanta Constitution who happened to get on a lockedup jury addressed the follow big note to judge We the jury bein hongry and locked ap eight hours without eatfn which has been our reg iilar habit sence we knowed ourfelves respectfully find ourselves guilty of wanlin to eat and recommend that our sentence of imprisonment lieu commuted to the liberty of 12 square meals athruwln of onrselvet on the mercy ol the court fur them same after which wo hope to find the defendant guilty Who is this wan Bryai 7 cxcitcdl asks the Kansas City Journal and then proceeds toiinswerlts own question by saying Ho is a Populist rum Lincoln Nebraska Well who Is that mean William McKinley He is a putty man from llammvltlp Ohio It makes the Republicans real mail to have time D mocrats quote Abraham Lincoln rho Retmblicnns wouldnt do such a timing for the worldnot tills year It is said that there is now 35 io money to every person in time United States How many of us can fork up that amount One enterprising newspaper reporte Con generate more railway rumors In one day than the magnates can tIeny In au entire week Running trotting pacing and mule races all have n call at time Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 iTllftT9iThe best hairfood Is KM r- VIQor If you dont want your hair to die use Ayers Hair Vigor once a day It makes the hair grow stops falling anc cures dan- druffi It always restores color to gray or faded htir ft never fails jeo I All tit toa- oite IS BilbW BaIrVlpee sr k fioa1 oat adMazWd w eow iua1- aiuura Wnr xeta CaooTaBDk Ayers iMr Ti eopsIsty oIuditIIF IwMgstaSieIs4 nMltfOIrth of tl=Ma b so LmuO AMU u tm yCvirT 4 Z ir IWL i t J NEOEI1E OP LIrE Water and te Light See J MRIFFE arid have him to pot you in a tintclass sanitary job of PltunliirR in your residence Also have him to furnish yon a High Grade Elevator Cup Pomp Keeps on hands nil kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and Vs1vea OluU1eleUers every description iif Iron Pumps Estimates for fitting up residence in county with Plumbirip and Gas Machines and Wind M Us Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box 173 I have 20000 feet of the Best Quail ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices mayZ3n + H+ CALL AT + + + + lffl SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodating clerks Qennlne Siratoja Water Kept on Tap stssssssssSss- Phone 3 Second St RIGIIMOND K- YRenieffiber That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCEA SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line FitIi GOtT n- 2141Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in Htrengthcnlng and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in permanentlycnresDyspepsia SlckHeadacheOastralglaCrampsantlailotherresuitsof Prepared by Eo C DeWitt A Co Chicago For sale by Piirry Thomas RRflFOR The crcat French Bcmrfly Is within faqTeach of every American new powerfully and qnlcKy Hew Kin Phnlcillr Perfect U the rsalt cf 30 days are cl REGENERO Vonnsrnen uimtrr ain theirlitet irnnhedand Old lien Tfll recover tr yiijttil 1 ricer It fits oro for busineSs study rr m jrlnro RECESERO Is XenrtT rod h this eoimtry Can bo carried Jnvrstjioc t By mall 110 pcrbz or six Wochcifaity riun- itti rfnry rhrro lc hoxca a cure Urculars freeAddress tho American office of BORDEAUX mcft CO CS7Y L For sale by Perry Thomas scptl3ly For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 mile south of Richmond near thE pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and othei buildings good apple am peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church and school houses convenient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky A New Train West vnit uSr LOUIS LIMITED VI- ABig fa Root KStctlve April 29 TO irEXASItt KAfAS AND MISSOUR nooojArrive 8LL 050 p a parlor Cart Coaches Dining C1j ylaBigFlMlf Route MARK JlY i w P men asil P 2 t At Ai 3 K AT A TAH or ltitI 5S AGENCY FOR THE AMERICANS FIELD FENCE Made of large strong wires heavily galIS IOn vuiizud Amply provides for ejcpaiwloa i vl contraction Only cst Bessemer mIF l wires mCfl always of uniform art iiliy Never goes wrong no KTT Jnaicr how great a strain L 811 ii lit 01 It DOCJ not mil Hate but DOESn caicicatly TUllH jZCATTLE HORSES OGSAND r rl rrrPIGSgsbIsA4a oa jli EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS CALE AND SEE IT GUI show you hoe it War awe you money and fence your fields so they nuillSTAY FENCED 4 st fI 7 IWe have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes + which we will sell cheap FOR CASH Dont 7 forget we are agents for the Brown Cultivator W D1a AELORD i OMFAIT MIN STREET RICHMOND KY 71 j j F 71 F 171 I 1 Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 s JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR t Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreigi and American Marble and Granite FIRE WORK T SPECIALTY 44 lThose who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will fintl 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 largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit nil clauses of buyers CffVfo have the best workmen in Central Kentucky in charge of our establishment and this means eatisacftcrv work in every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished t on application CrVOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDA l JAMES T HAMILTON Proprietor FURNITURE JOPLINlI220222 W Main St 1 4It is our aim to offer to patrons uptodate furniture at prices as 4g favorable as anywhere within reach Eb andwith 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 guaranteedt 1 Read below upBedroom upHocking upExtensionAlso ask to see our full line of Folding Beds Cots Springs Mattresses Ladiest Desks Chif foniers et- cCarpets and 0 0 rnatt1llgs T ItGe8 r FOR CASHt UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 1 Sf Respectfully J JflJUPL1N1 NighthQne JJ6DayPhooe 73 I Watch For Oat Gtand OPENING j r = b z i up L I iiL L 1 PrintshowsthYo h 1if i r iiL JJI = = III 1 I f=7 TheIichrnondClimaxJ A D MILLER nailneu Manager C E WOODSt Editor n WEDNESDAY JULY It I XI rUIILI tllIIIVON vKIItIlA RY The Climax Printing Co i it fii 191R Y PAR M50 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 4 r PO IRIISIDItIl- TWllLIA JENINn HRYAN oFEiiMEL t 1 ICVrt t lIugIn 4I ts l for IUINOIS roll CUNQIIKH a HON OBO O ULUERT OF h KNTIIIB priNoo lingHnf National DOns uciuiic Ciiiivpntiuii on hiht juigu today l xKtMitlliMl Rprcialolnctiunn fr AIIt 6 tn till 4 vucnncira in tile Ma tSinalu and lower Ilunse 4 1 HiN W B SMITH is nuiklnc a mOt- itygrous campaign fur Jovernor and t esses himself highly plonsetl with lin prwpoct of roc IIIJt the nomina tion lie snvH his views on the ntties FIIV rn a radical revision of the Ooehel 1 nv art bciny widely endorsed lhEllIfs UncII Adlni You womlcr how lm1 ill he wipe the AIy Teddy wlnwe Riill in im t menseWoll Unrln tits ready 3 make lmnl Tcildy e hit 1ssiitiiiii wtrn8Oceuts Zufsts fity tionvcntinn WAR till lit ill tlm hltUfv ol the Demo TS til pnrty It cntnred upon JIB dt 11111111 with thu firm intent of pre ii thu country ticket and n K c tlml would jipmal to nd true U li eli ZIIM Whatever tninor SPVrns IIISy iaVK nplIrml they jiettlnd ninJKiliiy IHCHUM y iII tHta tIDUe to wortfor the IIiof ft Whtll the con iifinii zi1JurntiI there were nil I te tinirft iiisiiii no iMiinltien Kill it the other liatid taro was ti unitivl nrpust tn fiti inti I lie inmpaiiii and rurk to win Kuiir years ugh tiif Iliuornicy was dividiil hut despite that divinLHii riitBKuiididJtPS mnff ullllIun hud ever hoforo hpnn cast fur a Ivinocrallo cindiilHte rum tlir IrrKitleary lIfn inoio votfH tliitn iii4- cvm bpfoto IMOII cast him IfHilii tml cinliilatu Tnilnj tie forresuf Diiiimv r1 are miilfxl it rank nnd jijp 1huClI tlii luII iii sUcteM wr 1Ir liriKliiif With 1iuiiii Who an iri tfil with pliiifoim that tamlr i r dIP itIll AiUfiiiMtiisiii with noun ti lIie hut is an augury of Kinrcifw IliiiiiM riiir hnslH have iMiterfil Hit i ni iiji Tin hour of I ninicrncy8 it ai si trintiili is nt hand u Tri Din Hrntic Platform reaffirms fiiiii in tilt Ditrlarrftiun of Indipcn tcnca and nt1 iniice totliecoiiHtitiitioti t tlifi Unitiil siites framed in liar moil llirif mill Ii ilen iiincm tIne Porto Rican tarill liiw nil a hull an OpOIl violaiion of the orjranic law It demands that the promise of In il pkiidtMice nmde by thn Ullill States t uba nliall he spetsllly fulfilled It t lint shall he iiiade to the iiiiliiiiiiii that thuse ib S laiuls Phall li tut independent and t at they nliull hits r tected Indll nut Mle iiiteriiTfiKB hue present war Ill t e IliiliiipiiiK ii lirHinliil as n war ol ci iiuinnl UHrei4siin The plHtfirm ihns nut oppose pxpali ni n when il tiikittf ill ileitirahluteriitun iliat may he furnitil into stales of tin Aiiierican nukm hut it declares that Ih luP8tioll ur uillrilihu4uii hisS teter nf to the very txiHtuiireof the npulJ I Til Chieniro plniform is reaffirmed arni IHjtI nollntIIIIIltIof the Iri- nciif j lie free Cill IitjrJrnld and til vei at lie htstorli ratio of 16 to TIIH pmiple lire wirneil agalnnt mall tannin Illvale inoiutpolieo are declared to bf itdefenxihlc awl intoleitihle The imbue iMintrnl of trusts tlu r tirement of haiik notes fleciion ol Minntors by vote of the people estab lislnnoiit nf n unveriiiiieiit depart menl it labor liberal peiislonH control N lrllg11I1I canal hy Ameiica ant hiiiteliiMiil of Ariz am Jfew Mexico am Oilahiia aro advocHieil The liay1annrefote treaty in con ilemneil and cordial Bxmpathy fur tin- JIieti t xlrtIIi1 It i iiuliniiiH anil denonncoR the Pith pine poiiy of thin present adinitiistra lant pnpo today CFiBioinfertCo LEXINGTON KY nnQuncmotDuring Julyand August We will dose our store at 1OQ clock on 4t it rua sull edo this in order to give to our ernpIr- tes a half holiday during the hotsufrir k mernons ant sincerely hops you will nbtbe inconvenienced in any of your transactions withus and that youwill i place qur Qiqeisffor I t t 1P c1IivcIw onatuiaye- arly ijFtB rCiAND BROADWAY LxLwQToM XY STARTLING iEXPOSURE 1 Facts Never Yet Before in 1jPrintBdit Jour Thos Pnalto Embry In a Private Letter Exposes to The World TilE REAL CAUSE UF CLEVELANDS PANIC DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANSREAD Tlio P Einbry of aye tI e n native of Mnillhoii county is too wellknown mill highly rwspected to mjilre more iliiin tliut nnctliiu of his UIlt lIt Hnd ipprovjil of the publication of this re niniknhlo letter from his friend Col Intiicg Ciilliiwiiy whose home is nt M- lIn Ban nn editor of the Atlanta Jour nal n pIper until recently owned by Hun Hnke Smith a r of Clove limilM Cabinet Col Galloway is ono if tlio brightest writers in America itinl liin Incibivo pen hiPs into the un wiittcu farts of this dainnahln riiinatioti lf the country bv u KEIUHLICAN AND NOT A UlSMUCKATlU AD 11IN1STUAT10N JlrT P Embry Lexington Ky Mv Hiar Friend At tin Ililliidelphia convention all the hit orators painted the horrors of ihn reiitil pauio and thin blight it vronijhi iifwn very line of bii6ines lint Mime III tlitiii charged its origin to lie DciiiiHnilic paity excppt Senator VVliMiit lit dclnrrd Cleveland anil liirt inliiiIiiiKiiiirnin r fHiifiible fur it He laid it til our door tAt us go back ind exiiniiiiH into the facts antI see wli TH the poiiMliility lay III KM the Uiirlmr lirtis failure or rnrri4h which ave time financinl world 1 OIIiIRllth1 shuck We had about rtHiivfrt l WIIHII n uliock occtirrnd from which we were nlunl live ywus recover ing Who tniiiliril I Iii ot ii ill nnd put upon lim ounilry ilisaKteiii equal to witmiiii famine and pest iliice com liiicd A FATAL COXSEWION In the fall of 1801 Charles Foster Secretary of the Treasury under llnrri mm let fall the remark at a banquet iy B ston given to the bankers that in his opinion greenbacks should be redeemed in gold Greenbacks were redeem able in coill such the terms of the bonds A lot of Jews appeared before tho Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in New York the next morning and de manded zolI for greenbacks He told thee Jews that the government could not nlFord to do such a thing as there onlyhIOOOOOUO iliem liver ns it wns kept on parity hut they came to test Punters remark TU1KI TO PREVEST IT The AswHtautSocretarv at once open L9rrs1otIIielIee With his chief IIlIdrl hated the incident with the JUWK lit liegced Secretary Foster tint to make MIIIII n decision that everything wai iro8perouK not a cloud flew in the sk tliH future bright and such a dicisioi would disrupt finances uro iuie mo ineiiiary upheaval and nndin a terribli paiiii He showed that the treasure would Ira depleted nf its gold and bond itsttuu forced to help the treasury PANIC IKEDICTED WAUNIXQ IN VAIN He told lila chief that gold would lu lioiuded at once that silver wouli rapidly decline that all foreign in vestmmit motley would be withdrawn cnnirHciing iho currency and that bi Hides the national banks which were is suing full 00 tier cent and asking Con Kress to remove the 10 per cent re rtlrlrllon so that they could issue tin lull 100 per cent would cease to isnu any new bills nt nlllIlld this provct true I All combine he said wouli pnidnce a terrible panic which wouli lie averted if tim Secretary Would no make thin decision that greenbacks b redeemable in oolll To the aniazemen if the Assistant Socrctarv he r teive- liv to redeem the greenbacks in gold range declMon when no citizen wa kicking Hgtinst greenbacks and It II par Titus originated the panic Senatu wnIby HiirriMous blunder PANIC ON CLEVELAND UllGED TO TIlE RESCUE I When Mr Cleveland was inaugural ed time panic was on That it would work disaster more torriilo titan war lumiue and pesllUuce WItS Seated bv many Democrats and to it sucfi men an Senators Vest Cockrill Daniel Vortices Colquitt pleaded with Mr Cleveland to stand upon tho rights of tim Loveriuiient reverse the de cision of Foster anti Harrison and o issue gold Ibr gieenbiicks But Ur Cleveland dill not do it and llurri TltJJHellUhliClII1Icount ly litgged Mr Cleveland not to reverse the decision as the storm was on and such decision would brtniily temporary relief And that paulo nod all it wrought is the price paid for destroying bimetallism and establishing the single goldstandaid TilE FACTS MlfiREPKESENTEO But Senator Volcott finds no fault with Mr Cleveland for not revcrsim the deciaioh of Harrison but says the cause of the panic was Mr Cleveland tariff policy and that the reduction ol the tariffprecipltated the panic Strange memory this Republican orator has He knows the panic WHS well on antI doing its deadly work long before the Wilson Bill passed the Somite Indeed it never passed it was so amended mid altered and so like the McKinley Hill that Grovi r Cleveland contempt fo- rtitneasuvwould not affix lila signa- tUre No Senator the Wilson Bill did not do ltdid not even continue itAnd Senator Wolcott claimed the stopping of the panic and subsequent pros perity was McKinleys tile work Let us 8eePROSrEItITYITS TRcE C VilE There had been no legislation to stop the panic and restore prosperous comb lions The Chicago convention at tempted tbo restoration of silver Hilt iheparty was defeated As soon ns ic Taa settled that silver was defeated and old had the right of way the explorern StoldllmltIirChicagoIomucrataver both The discovery of gold stop ped the panic The hoarded money at once hiding place and went circulation This condition was follow ed by tho war which gave an impetus to enterprise and business became active and above normal Hut McKln ley did not time The eold discoveries did that Sordid Cleveland originate the panic Ask Charlie Foe ter why he ordered greenbacks redeem ed In gold and we may then kaow the secret reasons why the panic WM order ed A PANIC iff A moil MANS op- LORTUNILY Wlielh rJtwaitJGft to ruin the in coning administration of Mr Cleve politlealOut weull including isenator Wolcott klloW nun Fosters order eualiist tile advice of his assistant tNew York dk4 tbeW yw1i knead JAI Ctzwvty- iiee H Y r 4 i J4e 1 a J = w l Discjjssixo the ticket and platform exQ2 says I have it many National Democratic Conventions bnt I regard theone recently held In Kansas City as the most remarkable I over attended The ppontaneoui enthusiasm the tremendous demon ptrations time harmony and good feeling were never equaled hsfore in any Dem ocratic gathering 1 believe the ticket will be heartily Indorsed by nil Demo crats WJ Bryan our candidate for President and Adlai Stevenson our candidate for Vice President need no introduction to the people of the United States They are both caliaut and gifted tried and true fearless and patriotic Democrats Their integrity ability and eenend fitness for the re offices for which they have been nominated can not ho questioned The platform is the ablest re1t and mOBUomprehensive exposition if principles and Issues ever presented by anv since I have been In alIireAAivenlsAment of the Republican party wrongs and abuses From Its power fill attack on imperialism which it de dares to be the paramount issue of the campaign to its closing in favor of the reduction and speedy repeal of the war taxes and a return to time timehonored Democratic policy of strict economy in Government ex penses it is strong It is fnU of Demo cratic doctrine and rings with Democratic determination to rescno the nation from trusts Imperialism mili tarism government by injunction un jnst taxation and all tile evils of Bepub can misrule I hope and believe the platform is broad enough for nil Democrats atjd I believe that it means a victory for the Democrats at the November election bum ticket mid platform will help the Democratic party in Kentucky and I have no fear for result hefe The people of this State are tired of Republican methods and means ills loyalty to Constitution government by injunction government by bayonets and government by Dem ocrats In this State will ho harmonious In the next eleriion and under the leadership of Bryan nail Stevenson and a Democratic candidate fur Governor who will bo supported by all who are opposed to Republican rule I have no doubt lint that wo will carry Kentucky by an oldiiuie Democratic majority MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP The Agitator an Innovation in Journalism- I am gratified hut nt surprised nt the cordial reception which my little newspaper The Agitator received last Saturday It was lull of facts figures and arguments for a reform of our city affairs especially with regard to giving away franchises for furnIsh- ing lights and water for tiiis longsiiHer city The Agitator speaks for itself It has but one mission to per form and when its work is done It will die as it was born without the ad vice or consent of any man or set of men on earth except the editor the undersigned The only aspersion cast upon it far as heard shill be pub lished here to wit That Woods had something in sight FOIIIO axe to grind in iasuinj it This was said by a pri vate party in no way connected with the Light Companies antI is dismissed with the famIliar quotation evil to him who evil ihinks The Agitator already has a circu lation of over 500 III this city free how ever as the public water and light it battles foil It the citizens of Rich mond do not care to push the advantage already gained by this agitation of the iiiK and outs an wherefores of our present city affairs they deserveto be blistered and blistered hail I know thAt wiumn and perhaps allof the councilmen me anxious to KNOW WHAT rilE PEOPLE WANT and they solicit your views Dont be afraid to express them One minutes fonversntion NOW may save you tell years TAXATION speak now or for ever hold uur nose C E WOODS GOY McCREARYS SPEECH SECONDING TilE NOMINATION OF STEVENSON FUR VICE PRESIDENT KxGov MrCreary Chairman of thn Kentucky Deesalimi came forward and second d the nomi nation of Stevenson of Illinois whom Im claimed as a son of Kentucky he liaving been born in that State Mr McUreary wild Mr Chairman and Fellow Democrats I am directed by the delegates from Kentucky to second the nomination of that gallant and gifted that tried and true that patriotic and fearless Demo crat Adlai Eo Stevenson Great Ap plause We love him because he 1ms always been faithful and true because wherever be has worked he has made a uood record We love him because he huts always been brave and true if the common people of this country great and we love him uij tfllow Democrat because ho in one ol the greatest anti noblest of Democrat KentuckyrareatOur State has in the Instaix month pasHed through a terrible ordeal tmch an ordeal as wo had hoped no Com monwealtli would ever be required to PIIFH through lint old Kentucky hits mine out properly and site stands to day in favor of law and justice shin stands today with peace anti good gov ernment triumphant We are anxious for the time to come when we ran meet time Republicans in political battle we want the November election to come so that the people may be able to say whether they are in favor of Democratic rule or Republican whether they are in favor of law and order the the support of the Constitution and peace as advocated by Democrats or whether are In favor of disloyalty totlio Constitution math byitljiltmctmUIitin Applause We have no fears of the result Wo believe the jrood peo pie of Kentucky want Democratic rule MoestnWitthrd that it will last for years to cnnio and under the leadership ol that distinguished scholar matchless orator friend of time people Win J Hryati and nmler the leadership of thru noble gentleman that thorough friend who has always worked faith tully in every office he has ever held Adlai K Stevenson wo helievewo will carry the Democratic banner In Ken tucky to victory with 20000 majority Loud applause DEATHS OLHHAM Mr and Mrs Sanford Oldhama home in filled with gloom and n chair is vacant that can never know its loved occupant again the twelreyearo1dson that died of brain fever anti was tenderly laid to rest in the Richmond cemetery The toilken parents have the deepest sympathy of alllttrKEitOn Thursday last after a lingering illness of consumption Mr Win I KiicPer the well known miller Dicensed wasa luau if noblu parts uu upright citizen and lila place can never In the hearts nf isis people A devoted wife survives Jewllre art HUitabtu reitilntliniB to his memory Resolutions 1IjtNoJuly 5 to pay the lust sad tribute of respect andlove In a mott worthy nitinlKT of onr order the following resolutions were nnaniraoiisly viz VncBEAs It has pleased an allwise God to remove from thlsearthly lodge to that lodge on high our dearly be loved amid faithful toothier Wui D Rocker PtMJllmfhaa in the death of llro Rucker the church loses devoted and faithful member Masonry one of its most earnest anu brightest lights his wife a kind Rod most affectionate hus band the community an upright honorable anti esteemed citizen that all were proud of Ra htiL That our lodge room be draped in mourning imd the members daysflezoltulIIOI18bo cent to the family of the de ceMHi And eprwid ou the minute book nteopuhlWied la the Masonic Iloui JliHtfl Hd tttl of OHr county pap w a L SKAKOY 1 J tIIOUIJI 0IWiL IlKL l r J r 1 PERSONAL Mrs Win Powell and son are at Estill Springs Miss Brandenburg Is visiting friends in Winchester v Dr 1 H Landinan will be at the Hoel Glyndon this city today Mrs John H henault of Frankfort is the guest of Mrs C Britiain Mr nnd Mrs Thomas Phelps are in Stanford with Mrs Richard Cobb Miss Olivia Baldwin is in SUnfora with her sister Mrs Will Shanks Miss IWhPnia Mrford of Red house is with Miss Earle Chenault Misses Bessie and Annie lUddell of Irvine visitod friends hero Monday Miss Laura luxon in at home after a iileafant visit to friends in Lexington Misses Lncv and Kate Pak of Kan san City are guest of Mrs Mat Cohen Miss Militia Wacers is at home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Ciiicln- Vrs W G Barrett of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs J Speed Smith Mrs R E Douglas of Nicholasvlllp is with her parents Mr R Letcher Miss Belle Denny of Stanfordis tie guest of Mrs J Wade Walker on High street Rev George Toplln of Mt Sterling is visiting the Misses Kussell on West Main street Dr nUll Mrs Norfleet and cluldrenoi Kansas City are with Mr and Mrs John Waers- Miss Lilia Realty of Kingston will leave this week for Virginia to spend a month with relatives Miss Madge Hart and Mr Jim Ar buckle spent Sunday with Miss Estelle Povntz at MU Sterling Miss Kate Blanton after a pleasant visit to friends in Khelbyville and Louisville is at home again Mr John Clurk of Birmingham Alnbnmn was the guest of his aunt Mrs Owen McKee this week Dr Curtis F Bnrnam Jr of Frank fort and Mr George Burnam of Bt Louis are with Major and Mrs C if Burnam Miss Lillie nlackwoJl of Winchester returned homo Monday after delight rill visit to Miss Nittio Scrivener on Fifth street Mr and Mrs Boht Pogne nen Miss Sallie Bnssell Letcher of Cincinnati are visiting Mr and Mrs W R Letcher on the campus Mrs Sam H Stone wife and eons Sam and John D have returned to Louisville after a pleasant visit to Major and Mrs John D Harris Mr Sidney V Rowland of Dnnville- Is sojourning here and with his daugh ter Mrs Margaret White is stopping with Mr and Mrs M M Miller Mr Bertram M Doyle of Washing ton D C spent a law days last week with Mr G W Evans Tr his class mate nt Columbian Law School Mr R Neville Mnberley and bride nee Miss Jean Amnden returned Monday from their bridal trip to While Sulphur Springs W Va They left at once for Versailles for a brief visit Miss Nannie Heath is visiting Mrs Albert Seveiance at Henderson N C She write I have never appreciated a press notice so much as the one in the CLIMAX Please except my thanks for all your kindness Miss Austin Lilly- at home eveningJuly 189G 1900 Miss E till Walker will return from Lexington today She was the guest of her cousin Miss Nellie Peyton during Chantauqna antI tins been guest of honor at a house party at the handsome bomb of her cousin Mrs Beanchamp Dr Clarence H Vnught ill at home from a sixweeks stay in New York and Philadelphia where he took a postgraduate course in surgery under some of the most famous surgeons in America Dr Vaught visited Balti more and Washington and returned bodyMonsignor of Mt Sterling spent the Forth of July here mid was so delighted with his sojourn that ho had to be reminded ot his pro tensional engagements in the Capitol of Montgomery He returns to Mt sterling ItS an evangelist of municipal ownership and if that citv dont yield to his pergusive eloquenCewe re sign the town to the mercies renowned Frenchburg Agitator II C Rice was III Richmond Mo- nlayMrs Judge Riddell visited Mrs F Rock at Richmond FridayE-p Campltell was in Richmond Mondao- um business C D Cheuault and Dr G W Evans of Richmond were in town Wednesday Attorney G E Lilly of Richmond has been attendim court hero this weekMrs Clandi Smith soul daughter of Richmond an viniting friends and relatives here Estill County Ne- wsR1LIG1OUS Elder L L Kyle anti 1 G Wills wil begin a protracted meeting at Milleri school house near Valley View or August 2 at 7 oclock Rev Newton Taylor of Winchester will preach nt the Kavanaugh schoo house on tIm Irvine pike next Sun day at 3 p m nod evening lit 7 oclock Rev J Potter of Tennessee wil preach at the Second Presbyterim church next Sunday morning July 15 cortIiallJInvitedWould I describe a preacher such as Paul Were be on earth would hear approve am own Paul should himself direct me I would trace designIAnd plain in manner decent solemn chaste ImpressedhimselfAnd anxious mainly that the flock he leeds Mae feel It too Affectionate In lOOk And tender in address as welt becomes A messenger of trace 16 men WILLIAM COWPEE People are in the habit of thinkin that anything that is in the way of religious meeting is the gospel bu they are mistaken Any man ia preach but all are not anointed to the preaching of the gospel Yonder Is f man who preaches law yonder is on who preaches philosophy anothe prt3chersbutDwiariT MOODY The pleasure was ours of listening to fine sermon by Rev H O Turner at thin Methodist church on Sunday last The responsibility for opportunities gilts and graces with which God en exlmaustivelybandied WhomMuchMr Turners members to whom we spoke expressed their appreciation of his every address in words that attest their pride in his pastorate The apostolic JdeaoT preaching was the secret of the first Christian chmurch- ifur many hundred vears It is histor ically true that Clirfstaiaity did not in its beginning succeed the force of its doctrines but by the lives of its this lightinmand Let your light t o shine before men that theyHeeing your good works may glorify your Father which is III heaven Make religion attractive by the goodness that mIll sco luyoujU to sweet so sparkling BO buoyant so consclollIOUSbenevolent and yet not mawkish or tiuthneiital blossoming in every thing that lt good a rebuke to every thing that isjneanor little make such men of oul1lelveri tlint every body win looks upon you may say That is u JllrithlltIsbouldtrouble or bOil companion with at all times Build up such a manhood that isfunBEE IER leorgoJophinServices at the Baptist church out Sun tiny night 91u being dead yet S k ministoropIpoituulty talitv of iafluence and ho showed that IfIs thus j lyeteire of every Iatolietours in the future than ho dots in the present The names ofJohn Wesley tied Alexander Campbell are a thoue liHUfotd vreftter today than tlle y were jiYeiriMYn4lliww of their fullu ersllartrm- w ur today than bss d- esnwsis api wliit lie was HYh- Ikraussiq 4 lIJvaJitWu t op1oh st 1t th1 r I hh IDi of lives he is living He is lead to the sight of tho world but his works do follow him Hettlll lives The voice j of John the Baptist is rinuliig tbe world today although iiearlynlne teen hundred years have nwlloY Herod thought when liepyiwebeheati him he wMhnshin it is ringing throUghthe earth today John till Baptist liveslmcauBO he lived for God Ir a man just pets outside of himself and begins to work for God hit name will ho immortal lute works for the welfare of Immunity he may Inherit iamnu Vl8h mgtori Lincoln Lafayette Victoria etc In Scotland the Influence of John Knox Is over every mountain It Keenu that one can almost feel the breath of that mans In Scot land todar His illfll1ellcestllllives- The immortality of influence may he illustrated bv grains of wheat round hurled with Egyptian mummies tnee thousand years old The Oreekem- plre has risen and gone time Roman empire has been riven and its dust has blown away and civilization tins do veloped since the carel ul attendants placed that wheat with the mummies and yet when It is planted in a field it goes to work comes up developsa stem and brings forth fruit as if it had not lain three thousand years in a forgotten tomb And if wheat will keep as long ns that will not mans in fluence Though it is for years wrapped up ns precepts and examples ol our beloved parents or instructors yet when COI thorn the seed will come up and the germ grows again Then let us take a broader view 0 not think of life as in the compass ofa putt or a gill Measure existence on a broader scale How infinite the splice I How enormous the duration How transcendent time influence which he longs to the human soul He being ilrad yet Speakethl Mr Jeplin is sit older brother of Mr Joe S Joplin of this place and Jms relatives in this city who were especially glad to have him in their midst lie is a minister of great consecration nnd ability and is most lovable as a pastor companion and citizen BIRTHS PAKRISH Mr and Mrs E G Par rish are happy over a son that arrived Jnlv 4 name will not ho Thomas Jefferson STATE OP OJJIOCITY OF TOLEDO ssLUCAS COUNTY Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho Is senior partner of the firm of f J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and state afore said1 and that saul firm will pay the sum ur ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh tha cannot ho cured by Halls Catarrh Cjire FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December- A D issa A W GLEASON SEAL jNotary Public Halls Catarrh lure is taken internal ly and acts directly on the Olood antI in neons surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free P J CIIKNEY Co Toledo O Sold by Drucuists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are time best 1m BANK REPORTS REPORT OF TUB CONDITION OF TIlE Madison National flank No 1790 at Richmond in the State of Kentucky at the close of business June 29 190- 0RESOURCES Loans and discounts tl236EO Overdrafts secured and unsecured 9000 U S to secure circulation 100000 Due from National Banks not serve atents 11197 Due from State Banks and Bankers 7M Due from approved reserve agents 23607 Internal Revenue Stamps 133 Notes of other National flank 1JUO Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 49 Lawful money reserve in bank viz Specie J19COO Legaltender notes 2t30 00 22500 Redemption fund with U S Treasr 5 per cent of circulation 5000 Total 396891 4l LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 100000 CSurplus fund 40000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 15033 National Bank notes outstanding 97595 Due to other National Banks 7780 n Due to State Banks and Bankers 7761 Individual dcposlts subject to check 127821 Total 39650t4 118COCITYIC D CmrtAULT Cashier of the abovename bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge ant belief C D C1IENAULT Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this lot day of July R R BUBKAU Notary Public COBBECT Attest WALLER BENNETT W S MO IHJRLBY f D1RBCTO1 II B DILLIO1IAM RUPOIlTortliRcimdltlnnof the Fnrratr lit lIielllll in tbn Chute of IvciiiucUy nt the clue uf biislnoKS June 29 IM- RESOURCEi nauiinntitlscouiitu 4242931 0 Ovrnlrnrt nccure l and tunsycoreiL S213U IhiiuU to secure clrculnllon Mlock 0 srcurllleaelc 10100 0 Bankilig hon o furniture aud ttxtuie 05CO 0 Due from NBIIOIIM ltinlt not serve Ageiitn 31073 Joe from Hi nivr reserve ngeiiU 715S- InternnlRevenue stamps 2 3 0 Clierktiaml oilier Cast lloin 11761 Notoot ul her National Unnk 5o5 0 Fractional pier currency nlcUclM- Illld OIlIK 20Sn Lawful Mifiiry Reserve in lliuik vtzapede2074 00 I Legaltemler notes 1Z00 1257- 1Reileinptloii 0 fHiul with US TrviiH urer j vcr cent of circulation 4 510 0 TOTAL 473t43 I LIABILITIES Capital stuck paid In tiwon t uirllieu fl1r0111 hIItd pnilltx luss exi ciises amid ixeu l1uIt 11iaNational ThInk notcH JUlmUnl Hop to other Nniloual llui Us 15889 line t Htnto linnlts mid banters 1788 Individual UepoMtssnbject to check m6l9 TOTATf umlrTt tJTTISO t TATE Qf County of AlndonBII 18 x InrknsCiwhlernr the nbovermm bunk do xuleiiinly swear that tlie nbov kno1Ir Ii PA mn Uusiter- Mnb rnlc l flint sworn tobotire iVelliUlOt dy uf July JAMES 9 CBUTCIIBB Notary Public CURUKCT At THnSISMITirC F ItKMAJI 511 rectors JAMES BKNNKTT MR M HERMAN OF NEW YORK Will open up his FALL GOODS at H S Stouts tomorrow Thursday Morning I June 21 J900 So if any one wants to getii SUIT Call in tonfght and in tho morning anti pick out one quick and have it made up any time you want it H S STOUT 1J1 SIiffldiri Ciller OMI Door Easi of W D Old rll hz f i F I t Ii 1 MADE PLEASANT opIerations TEETH painless A thorough know edge of dentistry enables us to achieve the most satisfac tory results The most diffi cult cases successfully treat edAll work guarantee Ex aminations free of charge Crown and Bridge work and Teeth on platesDR Dentist Hiclmond Ky Office not door to Go vernmentBldg In Hobson Cldg Richmond Ky Of fice open all night uliaI n am ir TOe tmproement OP TuB AGe e DutITIt does away with expensive machinery and quires no power or fuel to run IL No farmer with two or more cows can rl afford to lie wittout one Manufactured in three tires Nos i 2 and 3 prices 800 1000 anoT 91500 each liberal discount to Agents Agents wanted in every county Write at once to Ed S Cushman OENXBBYIIJX isJne276m i WWni FAM- ILYGMEIUBERSG Aerialists Supreme H GReATeST IClean I = = c L = = ComprletleLJr3F1 Iii Those terms describe our 7 stock and the prices t quality considered are irresistable when I you see the goods we are offering J willtWmake a SPECIAL RUN on them CALL AND GET FRES g Wide Val Lace goes at 4c per yard in this Special Sale gj An elegant line of Ladies Fancy Wash Ties to go at 25c The latestm ideas in Sash Pulley Buckles and Rings from 3 to 25c per set Fancy Parasols in the popular styleslight and dark blue pink idwhite or striped 75c up Childrens Fancy Parasols at 1539 and v I Acomplete assortment of Fans Come get your choice and keep cool They go at prices from 10 to A very high grade of Mens Linen Pants go at 90c Mens Summer Ties 25c J 5Ok o Summer OL B- iJ 2 mar as v vV some T aYa5 o 0 In Summer Corsets white black or drab at 25 50c andKOp You wont j t find their equal elsewhere at prices J Thread at 3 and 5c per spool Best Calicoes 5c per Apron Ginghams 4c Bf6wnCott6ri5c 4f C t OWEN MKERu 1zr n A FAIR OFFER I will fill any order for you at the same price for anything in the jewelry line that you can get from any other city Selected from anybodys catalogue that you may hve thereby sav ing ToLl expense of ordering Respectfully jnn3lyr D P AUMER Theres YOull fin the1Iow1 lAIR th d PRlS l if Pond EXPO oar A u gu stIto0 1900 ==1314151611 18== ipoo 30000URSE Correct 30000 Live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races EareeAttzactiorLS THE HUNGARIAN BCyo MILITAFYiSAND 35 Fine Lads direct from lIuDaryln Dally Concerts 35 TIlE 69c 69c the yd These celebrated families will give FREE PERFORMANCES each day In front of the grand stand TIlE riLLWORTII FABI- ILYSJMEMBEKS3 Unrivaled Acrobats The 8 C DIA 7Ij1iIne- ltidewm the niost gorgeous exevrlve and attractive arriy otaiu ment features the best and h ghet Prked lrtiE ansi the gruuuiiitt unro gaLlon of OrIental and modern rOIry features ever ruigrvgittul iiaer one management YOU Cuf A i1t11 TO lS5 IT E W St3I iz eerttry loJimgtmum 1 Excursion rates on all railroads oo lOSlcns tutu uihi hllIll 10m A 1t Your Summer S m ANTSAT r nGASOLINIAN1J OIL COOKSTOVESt e IIce Boxes Water wJiitce 11r Ice Cream Freezeis lJf WR t Screen Doors and Win dows Champion Binders and MOWerS Malta and New Departure Cultva tors Maltfand Avery J1Plows 1 J1US A CALL S1MMONSI = WARE 4 51dI V rr IIJ =u 4 = Ml t AAEL BUGGIE I PHAEr N In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material used in making vehicles and every carriage buggy etct leave the shops with a guarantee Kentucky arriaEa Warks JOHN DONELSON Propriet p tr t 0 lIVENv AWAYre = i DEAR MADAM fWe have on exhibition a few V fil pieces of handsomely decorated hand painted china at our store which we intend giving away free to our A 4 2JWef 5 goods willremain the same This t special offer is made for the purpose fJ i of increasing our trade and the people that we truly appreciateS their patronage j thetvA piace or w or iron atone China It has that soft white vel 53 4vetyandwithout doubt the best in thep I world The shapes are the lrt4 latest patterns and have been designcdi i to meet the tastes of the most fas tidious fi L It is only by our guaranteeing to H If use a large quantity of this ware that 4 we have been able to get it at a pe i jthat puts in within the reach of aLS Gur assortment consists of Cups 7 J and Saucers Pie Plates Breakfast fPla1es Dinner Plates Platters COy 3 ered Dishes Cream tchtls Sugar f Bov IstTea Pots and everything Idse which goes to make tip af FINE k SEf OF DISHES 1 We earnestly invite you to call and lIpj Tete4E V EUi 1 PIP I = Ia1MOND c KYA w r m =i 6 I ft lri I J 2 t N it f wI 8 f I hi d q rJ t Jit rIrJ t 1 The Richmond Climax =WRDSESDA JULY 11 1000 Richmond Fair July 24 26 26 27 WANTED Boy at Middeltoiio Pont forgot ire cream supper In roiirt hoiife yard Friday ttVuuitig Beno fit ChriHlian Church l xiueton Invwnneiit Co front riviin Collins flat Oflire hours from 10 to 2 a m and from 1 to p m hip KnlerprlMj Groctiry will noil vnii more az1s fur 00 thannny hunt in Uiihmond It A BAXTER Mar tf Our motto is sriitlyeaaa JJJcst uroreries at lowest pi tNR A ISAXTEurMgr Mr It J MiKen is rrceJving bids ami will build it nice l rirk iiittage on First street beUeeii Maiii saad Water slnelsr350000 feet Oak Lumber for sale W L Blanton Portwood Ky The ladies of the Missionary So ciety of the Christian church will give an ico cream Mippor in court house yard Fridi evening July 13 begin mn at oclock Ices 10 cents plate j cakr 5 cents Everybody invited I have secured the privilege for hitridiiK and caring for horses at tho Fair Urounds during the Fair this month and same will he given proper attention if left in my charge jnljllJt UUBTEU Firs Mv guarantee is that every Suit of Clothes shall give perfect satisfaction before leaving the Imp I do not charge fur that do notfit CiIAS JACOKS fWltf Tho Tailor You ran liy at the Eenterprise Jrwery on Scciinl street more gro ceriR for cast theta any grocery house m liirhmond R A BAXTEII Mi r tf Something new In Mens Clothing at Chas Jacobs Ho has the finest lussmtiient of Kiiniiles over brought to Uichnvmd His prices are the lowest anti iroods the best Call and investigate feb21tf Public Training Stable n S Wilcox has opened a puilic Ktablo at the fair grounds Any otii liavini cults to break or horbCH to be liaiKlleil for spred will do well to see lliprm DAVE WILCOX For Sale Privately I will disj ose of my property pri vaudy lying in tho forks of lUchmond aiil the C Mlmr Cieok in Garrard iiiimiy For further infonnniioii call on A R or 1a4 Xi Dcniiv Point Jivivel Ivy or tho ntidcrsiuned at Ricliinoiid W hayltjuo 3m Queer Use For a Relic f ul Chintz loyaltv ban tho knife with which Hill Hardin thin old pio neer scalped mi Indian saystlio Ureck iiirilK Nuws llu carved turkey with it on the picnic uronnds on limo Fourt- hExtathitorSiiii Stone was his guest Competitive Examination Examination for the benefit of ap pointees tu tint Into College Lexing ton will 1w hold in the court houso on July 20 Vn are entitled to send to this college annually four appointees to tin normal department mid one to till college iropiir J WIIEIIS Co Jnpt Handsomest Yet Issued Dr J J Dlrkiys little Mountain Mciwii2qr forJ Ity is thin handsomest IlItllIt1tiHIThe latter is Mr John harris wIn studied his pi jilters primer on this CMMAX Dird Shooting Friday The Madifnn Gun Club has leaped a 111181tlmlwill have a lively practice shout Friday aftiTiiwMi The Club Is dcvelopint KOIIIH flue troll uliotH and matches will soin bit arranged with other Clubs in time tstalo Weal Carded Elmton Mills Mlll rard your wool in tu roils On account ol tho liinitid aniiiliil carditd the raids ate not run every day but persons desiitng their woii rarled can send it IUlllot rolls at 8uiu speuiliel time in future jllvltf KMilSTON MUL Co Iynthiana Fair The yntliiini Fair which will be lni1 August 2 itnl t olTers over in pntiiiiirus 11Ill t nlllu PI ji iiv r iipiiw a variety of exiel Ifiiiii stlloni itached at founty fairs Tlie special altriUTlionp Iree each tIny Imr ice till most nietlarlit or the 1ilrv The FiYNI Itp inirnt Hand of L xiinviilt will bti in ttiit each AllIIiiull In all only lfj ceni half fire on ndlroadrf Apl y to the Secre tir Cvntliinn Ivy for catalogue Fornnr RichTioal Oarkey In the West am Maiky of the narrow gauge r mal is diVelopini into qu ten ritilroad mi i IIU hlM Interests rontro in tii railroad and what ho can do for thl rjul ho does it wnh parncstiipss anil jilgineut lnit Saturday in the aWueo of both Mr Uilborison and lworthIItltto iiike a trip on the tinext scenic route ii hut world tie forgoin in frnm n BinMer Ol irnlo iir nml refers to a lialf bvliprof lliibnioiids popular barber I Je Markov Sum left lucre a dozen caredllra fancy to Idm LIk Jm las behaved 1 hi iieif mnl ttiiido f jnd with all Richmon Fair July 2 25 26 27 Prelly Collate ofMrre thousothelInlWalnutHillsval1tageehvery Blue Brass SeeJ That Will Corns Up thousandbushelshundrpcl 2GO and sixty acres of land IntereonCASSIUS M CUAY 5191900 BThio Climax rglter Iadtajraph Louiville Times KentuckianClthzEj OJa Pf Still Climbinq electiontherePrintingOllire tinsbeenfellowIUzen otlicolocated enabloMiloon old ham Dig Dedication at College Hill tooOOthe College Hill M E Church South on Sunday Inst The sermon was preached by Kev F S Polliit Pre siding Elder Rev J J Johnson as sisted in the services The church was theliandsorniFrank Niblibk Harbor The services concluded tho crowds repaired to din ner which surpassed in quality and thathtlllpitablo Advertised Letters HlhgllTnmesArch Clouse lien Deal hernge colored MrsJuliaJ Haeringcr Mr Legi Hyatt Mrs Jiles Martha Jano Lnciis Miss Lillie Manir Mr 0 C Mead J E Miller MrsF M Miller Miss Katie McKin nov John Mobnrley Mr French Park T J Powers Miss Edith lingua Rice W A Rounks Miss Nancy Royce Mrs Maivarpt Shearer Mrs Belle L Steele Mrs Lctishu Tins Miss Adelln Turner- C C UALLAOK P1I Miss Gould Sends a Letter ol Thanks When Miss Helen Gould visited Richmond sho was presented with a huge boqnct of criiiiKon roses by Mr W J Sleiuert a senior at Central University That young man carries near acknowledgmeutlrolll KyMuClass of Central University Rich ruond Ky CollegeAiiuualassure you I shall ptizo it ass souvenir U my delightful visit to Richmond Will you kindly convey to tIme members of your class my cordial thanks for the book and also for their pleasant welcome to your city With good wishes believe me- Very Sincerely HKIEV MILLER GOULD June 9 inoo Big Fourth ol July Picnic Understanding that there was to be a Fourth of July pirmc at Moraus mill near silver Creek on the beautiful morning of that day I mounted my bicycle mill wemlcd DIY way III the di rection of tho beautiful woodland where the picnic was to be lucId It was an excellent place to hold a large gathering its these ale many large forest tiees to protect the visitors from the hot rays ot the sun Before dinner time about a tliouiind people had gathered from every quarter of the compass RIch inoiul and Posoy showing up with large dulfgations There was an excellent stand erected under the shade of a largo oak tree for the Richmond Baud which dispensed for the pleasure and entertainment of the large crowd some nf its best music Marching Through Goorgiabeinc a favorite of Hr Roberts One of the principil men of the pic nic lion W B Smith fras booked for a set address but as he was not present the time in tho forenoon was taken np with inusie and short impromptu ad dresses by Mr Black of this city Dr Pierce of Poosey and myself Dr Roberts introduced nio as Judge Brown of Richmond who is a full fledgeu bachelor and requested the fair maidens to pay strict attention to my declama thou The tenor ol our addresses was tho discovery settlement smith advance ment of the United States and the riiiMu which led to tile Declaration of Independence Tlutie was a largo platform erected for dancing and many beaux and fair inaultiiis tripped the fantastic stan to rams of charming and swelling music Candidates were present in great num bers slinking hands and electioneering with tho natives We were invited to tine with Hon Ietcr Parrish ctuidi late lor Jailer I enjoyed very much the picnic dinner If he runs like he fexjilK its will run like a scared thug audit will take a pack of grey hounds to boat him Stone Hutner and partner merchants of Caieast were present with two booths of confections catering to the publicEverybody had a good time plenty to eat and went away rejoicing Ev ery thing was in apple pie order ex cept the water which was very indif ferent The committee at picnics should look after this part of the en tertainments ait is very important factor The woods Is located on the Millgrovo aUltlKirksvilla turnpike and near the palatial residence of Hugh Moran deceased now occupied by Roht Ducrson and family EDWIN BROwN We Are Now Ready With the largest and most complete line ofc SHOES HATS AND MEWS FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things and at PRICES that will please you to buy We invite you to call and examine curj I Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be con vinced that for the same of goods we ate the CHEAPEST house in Rkndsat4 tnCE ARNOLD Main Street Rickmood Ky f K ti Sb oJ r l RichmondFairjuly 24 25 26 mterals Nat Say Yea Didnt Ksiw This QnSatonfaypage Get youreolves together iu vur rrt ulgatesInthisintelligentlyabout performandcareful consideration to the solution of some vital questions A full free and clearcut expression from every Demo crat anti all desiring to see Democratic earnestlyilesired peollemQstwant and send representatives to thecounty conventions to see that they get what they desire A Mother Among Mothers hourslecturemothersCongressday evening aud at the conclusion they went forward to greet one of tho loveliest of women ono who bad in that theirheartsjoyiuexJlressiblea truly model mother preaching to those who have in their sometimes care destinyofuponof mite in mothers that by example as well as precept they may rear their children to do because mam ma says its right but because rightIn old practice was to plant three in each hill one for the worm one for the crow and one to live and produce the crop In teach ing children we must give liue upon repeatiugcate till it becomes impossible for the givetimefrail memory to lose ittwice reckoning that the devil like an ill bird will steal it thrice hoping that it will take root downward and bring forth fruit upward to the glory of God Mrs James struck many a responsive chord in the minds and hearts qf her hearers who should not allow her ad monition like sweet music to fade into forgetfulness Mrs James is a famous teacher of kindergarten teachers and is grsduates11I1SLanra will be happy to meet ladies interested inhcrxiork fehe leaves at 2 p in to day Resolutions Upon the Death ol Rev Wm Crowe Preamble and resolutions unanimous hr adopted by the session and members of the Kirksville Presbyterian church July 1 1900- NViiEitEAS God tho Sovereign Ruler of the universe saw fit iu his loving kindness on June 20 1900 after a short illness to call from the church mili taut to the church triumphant our beloved friend cud former pastor the late Rev William Crowe Sr and ViiKitKS He had endeared himself to the hearts of this people whom he served faithfully and well for a period of 15 years as pastor and WHEREAS He has left as a fond memory a pure simple and unaffected life the recollect ion of uuremitted ser vice III the pulpit and cheerful and in structive conversation around the fire side and that our present church edi lice was erected during his pastorate be it li wired 1 That in time death of Rev Wm Crowe Sr the Presbyterian church hax lost a friend whose memory is held in the highest regard 2 That his past ministry has been of great spiritual benefit to the Kirkp viltv Prewbyterian church aud all who attended on his services 3 That we extend to his widow and family our sincere and tenderest sym pathy in this there sore bereavement and do assure them of a constant amid abiding interest in their welfare We also commend them to tho rare of Him who Is tho hnsuaud of the widow antI thin Lather of tho fatherless 4 That a pale in our minute book be suitably inscribed to time memory of Rev Wm Crowo tho first pastor of the church after assuming its present name 5 That a copy of these resolutions be sent to time family of our deceased friend also that a copy be sent to our county papcis with a request for publi cation M F ARDUCKLE W B Jones J T JOXES C BALLEWCommittee II B ZERNOW Pastor Program for the Madison County S S Union 01ibe heM atilt Pleasant Church Satur day July 28 1800 Following is till IlIa niSinging reading prayer Rev Greene Stocker Report of County Secretary C II Poago YoungteoplcsU Turner Discussion by Rev Coker Prof L V Dodge MeetingsRevDiscussion by Rev Ambrose RevA IJ Reeves The lest DIvison of ClassesRev- v H Rvalls Discussion by Robt R Burnam S F- Rock The Art of Teaching Rev J K SmithDiscussion by T E Baldwin J E Cosbv Appointment of Committees by the on the grounds 130 p mnJlow to Keep Young Men in KyloDiscussion F W Baker Bow to UFO Lesson Helps anti Whore Clarence Poage Value of tIme S S Union J LAms dam of Versailles Discussion by W L Cfutcher liar vcy Chcnault Election of officers nod other busi no sHow to mItt the S S tho Whole Year itev C H Palmer Discussion by Rev French of Win Chester Thomas Thorpe The S S of the Future Rev W R Lloyd Everybody Invited Give your Sun day School this day hood slug ing by Bcrca quartette and other good singers WM L ARNOLD Ires CLARENCE IOAGE Secy MARRIED HIJRTOXTATE Robert A Burton ol Ixsbanoti and Mrs EdraoniaTato Mar tin of Frankfort were married at 830 oclock lust Thursday evening by the Kev J McUJusky Ulayney of the Presbyterian church The c reinnuy was performed at the homcof Jfr Will ter iv Chapman at Frankfort Mr Burton Is a still of the late Judge Rout lIurtun of Marion county and nttendod Cttntral University some years ago le tug beJII lit prize orator and repre entinjrt he University at Chautauqua and the Intercollegiate His brido is the daughter of the late Jan W Tate former State Treasurer They will ra lice at Frankfort Irizo Hating Ueilest They had an eating contest this other night at Pin Hook school house Who won lien Splutterehe ate nine head of ctttbHte1 Uidnt it make him sick No He just took a spoonful of Dr Caldwells Syrnp Pepsin That pre vents stomach trouble of a y kind they say At nil drtiggisumc jy91n Richmond Fak July 24 25 26 27 1f you dont feel gHHawell try a t1u of Uoixlj h JNni1tk a ItI1 eri SPRJN GOOJ1S t IN ALL THE NEW JTHING IN MENS WEAR J Come and see what we are showing in Eigltb Ten It Twelvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines of Mnns N- ewSTYLISH SUITS J give you the value that you will find in goods for the tthese PRICEWe are also showing all the new things in Furnish ing Goods Hats and Shoes And also have some OercoatsJtJand will save you money on every article These rsame goods will cost you more money next fa- llCovingtoniVIitcheIIe r o r Tonight Just betore retiring tr your liver Is slucglsh out ot tune and you feel dull bilious constipated take a dose ol Hoods PillsAnd youll be all right In the morning E D Standiford h will admitted to probate leaves all of his property to his wife in Lotimvilln We have a cool sale on Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin because we guar antee it and refund yonr money if it does not do lust as we represent it Call for a booklet that tells yon all about it at druggists July 11lia consideration of the fuel gas or IThe before this Aldermen of Louis has been postponed for the tires ent hut a full hearing will bo bad at some future date uIt is the little rift within the Into which ever widening makes the music It is jnst a little rift in the health of woman often which gradually takes the spring from her step the light from her eyes the rose from her cheek aid tho music from her voice Perhads the bugbear which hiss frightened tlie woman from the timely help needed at tho beginning hiss been the dreaded questions tho obnoxious examinations the local treatments of the home phy Kicinn There is no need for these Nor is there need for continued stiffer Ing Dr Pierces Favorite Prec cription can be relied on by every wonnin sail fering from what are called female troubles to renew tho health and cure the disease Women are astonished at time reiiultsbf time uteof this medicine It not only makes weak women robust and rosy cheeked hut it gives thrm back the vigor and vitality of yoaulliFreeflr Pierces Common Sence Medical Adviser 1008 pages is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pav expense of mailing only Ad dress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NY John T Barbee remembers three faithlnl employes in his will Ills niece is finally to inherit all of the property not disposed of outright IT IS KIGHT For an Editor to Uecommend Fallen Mtdicinea From Sylvan Valley NewBBrevardJC It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood the market as n preventives suffeiing we feel its duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy We have known and used this medicine in our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of ant fering while a physician is awaited We do not believe in depending implicit on any medicine for a cure hut we do belli ve that if a bottle of Chaw berlains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand anti administered at the inception of an attack nitwIt suffering avoided anti in very many cases the of a physician would not be required At leant this has been our experience during the past twenty years For sale by Perry anil thomas julyllui The converter and billet mills of this Illinois Steel Company at Joliet III resumed work anti nearly a thousam men returned to work To eradicate worms from the systen give the child plain nourishing foo antI Whites Cream Veimifuue rite result will be the worms will disap pear and the child become healthy and cheerful Pi ice 25 cents Perry am Thomas july1lru An alarming fire broke out at the docks at Liverpool England KOKOMO IND Aug 101899 PEPSIN SYRUP Co Dear SirFor the past lOyears I was troubled with my stomach About 4 years ago was taken down with rheu matism wits not able to do a hays work for 3 years All medicine seemed of no benefit to me A ytar ago I was advised to take Dr Caldwelltf Syrup Icpsin I truly believe I would have died but for this medicine My rheu matism is entirely gonu and my stomach Is in good condition It has saved my life aud I cannot recommend it too highly Yours respectfully ELWOOU MotMACKKN Sold by drugit jnlyOlm I ngene Owens was shot and killed by his brother inluw Walter Clem in Boyle county Is yonr liver tired Does it fail to do its duty If so dont neglect its call for help A few doses of tierbimie way save you a spell of bicknnw Herbiue ib the only perfect liver medicine It cures chills and fever Price 50 cents Perry Thomas july4 1m A telegram from Lord Roberts gives this details of more fighting in South Africa Freezing Weatter ID July Would c use great discomfort and lost but fortniiHtely it is seldom known A vast amount of misery is caused at this season however by Impoverish ed blood poor appetite J debility These conditions may be remidied by enriching tIme blood anti toiling tho stomach with Hoods Star eaparilla This medicine seems to put new life into the whole physical system simply because of its wonder ful power to purify enrich and vital- Ize the an appetite and invigorate the digestive functions tryItwill do you more good than a six weeks vacation It Is the best medicine money am bay jylllm weretUedRgailltLouisvtlle lucky erowers saul dealers Those whp live OB farms are liable to many accidentalcats burns and bruises which heat rapidly whea Bal Urde aiww llni w t promptly ap hrry1TMili I r ar J 1 j BLOOD POISON CTISED 37 1313 B Bottlo Proc to Suffers Deepseated obstinate caseS the kind that have restated doctors hot springs quicklyIAleitothoroughly tested for 30 years Have you nuicnous patches in tIm mouth Sore throat Eruptions Eating sores llnne paint Itching skin Swollen glands Stiff jniiitbt Copper colored spots Chancres Ulcration on the IKXV Hair and eyebrows fall out Is the skin a mass of boils pimples and ulcers Then thin wonderful BBB specific will completely chance the whole body into condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect hualth JJ JJ B drains the poison out of the system so the eymptons cannot return At the same timo HBB builds up time broken down constitution and improves the dictionSo sufferers may test K BB a trial bot tie will be given away free of charge perlIuletreatment 55 Complete directions with each bottle For trial bottle ad dress 1JLOOD BALM CO 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Free medical advice given Blood IJerryandTluJll1as lion John L Pennington former Governor of Dakota died at Oxford Ala What among human ills are more an noying than piles The afflictions that prevent active exercises are bail inoimli but one that makes even rest miserable is worse WOITIDII are anionc tluekeytlilestinatn cases Price 50 eta In bottle tubes Tocts Perry Thoninpjuly4lm Two crooks blew open a sale at Pn dncuh but were caught by the police Imperfect digestion anti assimilation produco diwrdered conditions of the pyslem which grow and are confirmed by neglect Horbino gives tone to till stomach antI causes good digestion Price 50 cents Pery Thomas july4lui The Battleship Oregon has arrived ItChefoo on the way to Kure Japan to dock How Is The Ticket Does it suit you Well we are not all alike you know in this world and It Is hard to please everyone but the favor is unanimosly for Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin as it Is guaranteed tocure Constipation indigestion sick head bydrugJistli CapeNoweA woman in Idaho got a divorce from her husband because he would not take her to the Paris Exposition He testified in court that he was afraid of water and that ho was afraid to get in to a bath tub oven he gotpo seasick That man hats Indigestion jlltaRa good many others we know nnd should take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Get it at nil drug stores Iftjiinelm Senator Hill says the ticket nominated at Kansas City ia a strong otto and ought to he- Teller successful SuUllheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases is instantly alloyed andIvery Tascs have been permanently by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and- nippleshappedand chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadjrft Condition Powders are jnst a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per package A rich deposit of gold bosiinsj quart hal been discovered III Southwest Vir ginia An Kpidemic of Lianlioea Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoa tint Grove Via says there him been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea there lie had a severe attack and wait cured hy four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lie says he also recommended it to others anti they say it illhe best medicine they ever used For sale by Perry Thomas july4lui First Lieut Horace Webster of the Fortysecond infantry died in the Philippines We have sold wallY different cough remedies but none has given bettnr satisfaction than Chamberlains says Mr Charles Ilolzhanor Druggist Newark NT It is perfectly safta and ran be relied upon in till cawea III byPerryCarrolllon is to have a Republican paper about the first of Autsust will then H Chase editor of the Client Herald as editor and manager amp are Ban eroos A small pimple on your face mav seem of little consequence but itshows blood is impure anti impure blood is what causes moL of the di seases from which people qjiffer Better heed time warning glVfcn by the pImples and purify your bipedat once by taking This medicine cures all dlseaseidue to bail blood incladhiKScrofula ana salt thorn The non Irritating eathazic Hoods Piila WT Schooler a former new pptlr iiianof KeHtt clcywRS givem a peruma- suItalpO4NteHt as a cornpeitorin the GovernmtMt PriHinjf OifltjJ onlyfecttillyfeqnatedlIW4tkllllilill certain iwnl i erBMHi sr d fever hi siidThtJ I t r 1 J ddIhiT I THE WEEKLY SALES AT THEi f+ BUSYBEECASH STORE Are crowding the stores daily with eager buyers anxious to take advantage of the many good things that are being Slaughtered the GREAT STORES I ALL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES pricesManyAll Carpets Linoleums Rugs Mattings Oil Shades Lace Curtains Tailorrnade Suits that were advertised last week will still con tinue to be sold at prices named on them during these weekly safest g t t The Specials For This Week I 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 Dresdon 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 closing out stock sale r Many of the choicest things in Dress Goods are still to be had in the dress goods stock and former prices will be entirely lost sight of in this great slaughter of prices to close them c Price on Cotton This Sale WillIFol1owst Good 44 Sea Island Cotton at 5c worth 6cTrion Mills AAA Brown Cotton 5c worth Tie Good 44 Bleach Cotton 4lc worth Gic I Good 44 Bleach Cotton no dressing 5c worth Tie 8ea10cIOur Celebrated Rival Bleach Cotton only 7ic during this sale The price on this cotton was never less than lOc All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Tickings Cottonnades Cam let Jeans etcr will be included in this Great Closing Out Stock Sale and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them Special prices will be made on our Clothing Stock during this sale and the low prices named on themwill be eyeopeners you if you need clothing of any kind give us a call I W tt OLD AM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN EXECUTORS NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of R S Rile deceased will present them properly verified to D M Chenanlt Executor before the 1st of Sept 1900 or fame will be barred M CIIEXAILT Exec Our Goods AJSS Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial JiiIi- BinD W ifln i IDm ll m The ladies cannotbe decehcd- x by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the lar test godds and when you buy you know you have the latest pptQ ate goods Is thatwhatjyou vif1 t1f so trade with Wnit AND Gioson I During Be as for THE GREAT Elks Fair Winchester Ky AUGUST 123Lib- eMI purses and premiums dayTheGreat Floral Hall Exhibit Thousands of other attrac tions Send for Catalogue V S HIM tey Winchester Ky Never Love Wen the soldier dons bit togs of war to isani hli home and friends his sweetheart on brelttnJhentWIlthere ia what he says 4 I Never Love ItAmlnhenvro are asked If we will move our WebNO1monlisTing rented the shop back of the Methodist we will there conduct the Central Kentucky Monumental Work and at Nicbo the Nicholasiille Marble and Granite Woris with skilled labor flrstclaee material polite attention and low prices Call and seel Jue213mGOLDEN FLORA DISSOLUTION NOTICE By mutual consent the drug firm of E C Winos tCo alter July 1st 19W will stand dissolved W H Douglas retiring AU accounts due the firm should be paid to BCWince E Co WINES Jnelllw W H DOUGLAS FOR SALEjDiMtrinr to close up the business of the late D M Brif ht I oBer fof sak aibt 6k corner of Breck and High Sts froattnepn Higfc 336 kit by 250 f jet deep which wJU be acid ala applkatkxift A dj WlBak Stock 4 J f l = SHOES J A FEAST DF 4 4 LOW PRICES i We are going to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION j in prices in order to make more room for our large Fall Stock We have no cheap SHOES to offer for sale but the very best that money can buy They wear right look right and fit right Youll be right if you buy them Listen lOur Prices Are Talking- LadiesKidj3hocsPrice 1 50 Cut to Si 10 ta 200 160 1 2 50 1 75 ta 3 50 2 50 Oxfords 100 75 t 1 50 1 00 II Pat Leather 3 00 2 25 t Mens Tan and Black Vici Shoes 3 50 ro 2 75 l at coo 2 25 it at ti at 2 50 1 75 Calf Shoes 225 160 1 50 1 10l Do you want to make money If so buy shoes from us You can make money by saving itcc c c m TO THE FEASTOLO1 PRICES I FREEMAN BROSMAIN STREET lOUSE RICHMOND KY3 Jr harl s L1orcy s Dninage Tile Manufactured of Fefebrated Waco ClayIst Prize at Cent p nial Exhibition J 876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories JrTHeIneide Diameter Price per 10M PJceol Branches Appntx W fght of OfTIeI feet each io ciocta lbs 1CIO1 L18BO is If 23 OO26 13 7 Ii k 35 08311 r45811 SOW 15 18H 100 00 r 38 is MB O94ee 4l iPrICe lisiF O Bi Cars at Factories nonGgrejJbeforeA well divined farm will cause you to be reuierabordit- oaore iavoral y than a sky scraping marble shafts Only we di4ined Iwl and bi crops and t1 bat inve tffi P1lgestF B4 3rr it SlAKGY TATIOX WAco rUSON Oxr V v Pr l1tShowsthroLJjhi Io n J BRYAN AND STEVENSON They Arc the Bonvcmtfa Stand anl Bearers in tin Imsfilen tial Campaign of 1000- EuttK c ivid Iho Y munition at JI J II Si tiIWIII iu llh l 1l1l1t if J nOSIADOrnjDIIsLBIi1fri It clarf lTIJllt ImpTlallsrn Is the l1tlI11lIl1fJs u nl lh mllll- I II t ICIii ilt 1- ttJII OlI I IllIn 31I1Urhna CIejnl Stiver at hp Uallu if lu I Kam is City Mo July 5 AinlU ttcmK fat tumultuous tiillmsiaxni be lining uih mi event and such ti day the lllfcralic national convention Ixgau Itx session Uut after silting until ajatttjiour at night the exj oct rd fjthc aythe nomination of Wllilaiti X Bryan as the democratic camlldatefor president has failed of realization and nil of the larger bust nrsi of the convention awaits tin platformTheresolutions I offer obsession lusting until 330 In the morning1 decided for an explicit toITurdJ Slon ItJff of Chairman KIchanlHon loom iSMl above the pla4forin n seinlilng Jvnnfj the gavel lustily nnd nbove htnnlblsjY fht out of the confusion nnd tho- jliJtiii presented lit Jtev John lionisrr4 r v Irs Ktnnding reverently wifh therpruJerCJlulrnmnuppenl to the delegates and Kperta tore to preserve order so that the work of the convention might proceed without undue Interniption Ser peiintatArms Martin added another nppeal partlenliirly to delrgates not to bring their wives upon the floor reserved for delegates it kept other delegate froni the eatn to which they are entitled Mr llichard eon now announced that the platform committee not ready to report Pending word from them he Invited to the pint form exJov Hogg of Texan to nildrcxs the convention The ginnt form of the Texan ad vuieed to the front and was greeted cnthualavtlenily He was in good voice antr his ivnjila reverberated through tin hull partylil1promlllhlletIbround after runnel of cheers Hut this broke Into a whirlwind of nj jirovlng hhouts when tIll governor ns eerttt that the pirfy I platform must IIpcillcdtclarntloll t Jollllllilh1 tribute to till in to I idea lov Hogg nrmigmil the policy of the present odministnilion In tin1 Philippines antI foreign affairs generally its sub bcrvlcncy to trusts He rloscd with a VmMS D OltmAM The ilau Who Nomtn el Urjan nPlcoltnIwould bring victory in November At the termination of Oov Hoggs IIIIPectfgcantatArms Martin and the crowd opporlllllltJtofrom nil outrfcrs of the galleries hut ructlcally little of It from the delc ates Mliigltd with the calU were LissesLhairman Ilchnrdson wicldrd the gavel vigorously ml when order was restored in Tsome degree niinounec- Rcntlemen I have the honor to Introduce to 3011 Hon A M Dockery ilijKOiiriH favorite son ilr Dockery wus warmly received The first mention of Dewcys name elncethe o ening of the convention was made l y Mr Doekery while dis cussing the Philippine question but the nnine of tilt famous admiral was npplauscIetiRinrp of democratic success and the celebration of the centennial of Jet lersonV nomination next November At the conclusion of the speech A WKsteru willejje bns ma In Mr Han na iltcior of law Mark ha heeii doctoring Inwii fora goid iniiny yearr nlrvndy Are re to snppwe that here lorIi hr inn only been a quack Bath iily WoiM Miss Lockfaearts LETTER TO MRS PJNKHAM ILZTrU MMrtifKaAU 67101 I cannot express tny gratitude to yon for tho goodthat Lydla E Plnlc hams Vegetable Compound has done for me I have taken five bottles of the Compound and two boxes of Liver peetrthe veins In ray limbs burst caused from the pressure of the water I had the worst kind ofkidney trouble faint 1 ing spells and I could not stand long at a time 1 also had female weakness nd the doctor said there was a tumor Imy left side Tho pains I had to tttand wcre something dreadful A fricndhanded me a mUG book ofyours BO I got your medicine and it has saved r my life I felt better from the first bottle The bloating and the tumors have all gone and I do not suffer any t i pun lam still using tho Vegetable Compound and hope others may find i relief as I have done from its ueft Tfaa N J LOCJUIZABT Box 16 ELIZA JHtTH FA- Oalyfi the women who have suffered wllk foHialo troubles caB fully appreI Ifctetbc gratitude of those restored to health Jjtr Pinkhara respoada qmlcly as4 ekarg eNiNRJMI IMU oIrxr t j f q of Mr Dockcry Mayor D S Host or Mlhvaukee was caned to the pint form to address th6 convention He mntll n flneimpreulon instantly At tired in n black ack suit nnd stand Ing easily null speaking fluently he soon Ktlrrrd the audience Ills voice was clear nnd ringing nnd penetrated to JIlflins MrJSjltoKc concluded btit tlie New Yorker was not present ond the bands broke out with the Star Spnngled llunncr The patriotic strains had jno Sooner subsided than nnoiher Hill pllllllffiJr ltie oSlemb age del legates going with the spectators while some of the ew Yorkers jKougKi to offset th mlthlba101lt nn fir Orady llradyi 1 Again the bnnd came to tile rescue The hurrahs for Hill gave way to nixie At every pause however the Hill slioutrr clamored for thefr favorite At 12no p in l ov JJockhhm of Kentucky was Introduced and the convention arose hud cheered The demonstration wns confined almost wholly to the delegates The govern or niWrrnRed the conTcntion After the eheers with which OUT lleckjanit speech wns received had subsided one of the delegates In Mon tana Mirtcd the tuneful old song My Old Kentucky Home nnd one verse at it was sung with vigor the ln lng being followed by greet cheer fng ns the ytiung governor resumed his sent Int convention then adjourned un til 3 p m KnnwiBClty Mo July 6 William J llryan of Nebraska was unani mously plnre In nomination as the democratic candidate for president of the Unit ixl Stntes on n platform op posing Imperialism militarism and trusts and specifically declaring for the free coinage of silver at the ratio of 1C to The nomination came as the culmination of a frenzied demon strntion In honor of the party leader lusting 27 minutes and giving utter anee to all tile pentup emotions of the vant multitude It followed also n fierce aniggle throughout the lost 30 honrp concerning the platform declaration on silver and on the rela tive position which the silver ques tion Is to maintain to the other great Issues of the day The convention had adjourned to meet Ht 3 oclock but It was after 4 before the chairman called It to or der tilt delay lieing on account of the pint form committee not being ready to report As soon ns order was re storedChairman Jones reported the platform and it was rend by Senator Tillman It is as follows Tli Platform We the representatives of the demo cratic party of the United States assem bled In national convention on the anni versary of the adoption of the Declara tion of Independence do realllrm our faith In that Immortal proclamation of the Inalienable rights of man and our Inharmonypublic We hold with the United States su preme court that the Declaration of In dependence Is the spirit of our govern ment of which the constitution Is the form and letter We declare again that all governments Instituted among men derive their Just powers from the consent of the governed that any government governedany people a government of force Is to ImperialismtorImportation the Paramount Inure followstboan executive of comrrens deriving their existence and their powers tram the con aulhortty1Irondsert that no nation can lung endure halt warntheabroad will load quickly and Inevitably to despotism at prIncipiIenuctrd by a republican CongSJI against the protest and opposition of She demo cratic minority as a bold and open vio ILtlaGrantto Illco a government without their con rent and taxation without representa peoplobytheir behalf by the commanding gener al of our army which the Porto Ulcana welcomed to a peaceful and untrslsted occupation of their land It doomed to belpennellaapPMla IhbIhethe republican party seeks to commit the Unltra States to a colonial policy Incon sistent with republican Institutions and condemned by tne supreme court In nu merous decisions honlsttulftllmthI UnltdSlattllexercise sovereign Jurisdiction or con torItaThll war ended nearly two years ago profound pence reigns over nil the Is kHpsthepeople while republican carpetbag of xl1loltIheAmerican pVople PhllIpplndlion It has embroiled the republic In anunnecessary war sacrificed the lives of thellIlCedplauded throughout the world as thechampion of frtvuoto In the falsa and un mllltal10 lIeUsowmmentWe Ih1lIIplnopthirdprosuch as has been given for nearly a cen andSotuhdietatldlhejualltyItwhenbroughtcriminal agnnslon agaln t the Filipino ntallttig an annual expense of many mil anyM10comUbertyhitak11reeled Into states In the union and becomerlc1nWI fnvor trade expansion by eveypenceful arid legitimate means wo ptlzingQranllhullzens rWe are In tavor ot extending tbf re blltIIIVIhrouKhhjrnble exampl The Imporlanca other questions now NEGRO JUDCiE The people of I ouisvlllc were treated o A novel sight in the City Court Tuesday when they beheld Isaac Hlack n negro cenpyiiij the bench mrl presiding over the trial of a white nan before a white jury This is be lieved to be the first time in the Stale that Bitch a thing lao occurred The 3o woa that of Councilman William Bradford against Detective Will Hani iug Bradford claimed that Harding ittrack him because ol an argument over a gambling game Judxu Buck ley WitS sworn oflftbo bench and Jllack jonrunDemocrat Dyeing is as simple as PU1NAMSold by CL Searcj Waco PanolaKy30000 offered in purses nil premi 11ntlt for live dock at the exington Horse Show Fair and Carnival AUK 1318 After many intricate experlnioiits 4Cie tlHUt liHve iliKcin ered mntliode for obtaining all the imlural digeeJftuts proproliollllItJd upIhpOBlul cnllrti Kodol iJyiipf pi la Curl d ItUdbiIIIIl1 ngtJUK it contaiiitt It i pleuHuiii to tnUoHndwillKivo quickly rUr feiry TItei lM J s Ji l 1 f eiKflng before the American people is la no wise diminished and the democratic party takes no backward step from Its position on them but the burning Issue SpanIshthe republic and tho destruction of our frre Institutions We regard It as tho paramount Issue of the campaign The declaration In tiie republican platform adopted at the Philadelphia con vention held In June that the republican party adheres to the policy of Monroe doctrine Is manifestly Insln cera and deceptive This profession Is contradicted by the avowed policy of that In opposition to the spirit of the Monroe to acquire and hold sovereignty over large areas of territory and large numbers of people in the East ern hemisphere on the strict maintenance of the Monroe doctrine and In all It In tegrity both In letter and In spirit as atEuropean09 essential to our supremacy In Ameri can affairs At the same time we de clare that no American people shall ever subjcetJoDtoMllltrUm Denounced We oppose militarism It means con quest abroad and Intimidation and op prrftslon lit home It means the strong arm whlrh has ever been fatal to tree Institutions It Is what millions of our citizen have liNt from In Europe It will Impose upon our peaceloving peo ple a large standing army and unneces sary burden of taxation and a constant menace to their liberties A small standing army and a well disciplined state militia are amply suf ficient In time of peace When the na lion Is In danger the volunteer soldier Is his countrys best defender The na tional guard of the United States should ever be cherished In the patriotic hearts of a free iteople Such organizations 110 ever nn element of xtrength and safety For Ihe first time In our history and coevnl with the Pnlllpplne conquest hItS there been n wholesale departure trollour timehonored find npprnved system of volunteer o ion We denounce COL JENNINGS STEVENSON it as unAmcrlcan undcmocratlc and unrepubllcan and as a subversion of ancient and llxed principles of a free people Tlio TrutA Private monopolies are indefensible and Intolerable They destroy competi tion control the price of nil material nnd ef the finished product thus robbing both producer and consumer lessen the employment of labor nna arbitrarily finddtprtveItal of their opportunity for betternicnt etdeIedtheospenaeInsatiate greed Is checked iril wealth will therepublicTha dlshonrit with the trust evil by the republican party In state and proototare th legitimate product republican rpubleanby the republican administration In re poIltlaltoanand city against private monopoly In truSlSmURtbeones muit be enacted providing for pub corporationsengagedqulrlnc all corporate omeus 10 show be 8tateotnotattempledtheproducllonpowerormalls and jill modes of Interstate com munlcatlon shall IK ex reined by the en thesllbJndedbunderthfrepublicanadmlnllllration governmentvent or even curtail the absorbing power toICorP tr Hom In uranc proptrt1lnPANt or Jexlagton a borne InstitutionOires protection sgahuit FIFE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No Assessment calls on members when losses feechargedthepeopletoonehalraRentIndRichmond Ky office on Main Street opposite TrustompauyJH ARTRtJ Pre mayllly O O BOHWOUTH bei y tha statute books proves the insincerity or the highsoundlnff pnrases of the re publican platform Corporations should be protected In all their and their legitimate in terests IIhouldbe respected but un at tempt by corporations to Interfere with the publIc ulIlrs of the people or to- control thE lIovrrrlgnty whIch creates tltem ahould be torbladen under auch penalties as will make euch attempts Im- possIble We condemn the DIngle law ns a trustbreedIng meaaure skill fully devised to give the few favors which they do not desire anu to upon the many burdens which they should not bear We favor such an enlargement of the scope of the Interstate commerce law as will enable the commission to In dividuals and communities from discrim- Ination and the public from unjust and unfair transportation rated Fnuioi Free Silver Plank Wo reaffirm and Indorse the principles of the national democratic platform adopted at Cncago In 1K 6 and we reit erate the demand of that platform for an American financial system made by the American people for themselves which shall restore and maintain a bl metaille price level and as wrt of such system the ImmedIate I1saratlon of tree and unlimited coinage of silver ana gold at the present legal ratio of U to 1 without waiting for the aid or con sent of any other nation We denounce the currency law en acted at the last sersicn of congress as a step forward In the republican policy 1I0nreignrllthsue ali money whether coin or paper theJpowerA permanent national bank currency secured by government bonds must have a permanent debt to rest upon and If the bank currency Is to Increase with popu lation and business tne debt must also currencyIening on the taxpayers perpetual and growing debt for the benefit of tho banks WILLIAM BRXAN ADLAI E of niz We are opposed to tue private corP butwltholltlegnlmand the retirement of national bank notes as fast as paper or silver certificates can be substituted for them Election of Senator nnd Other Plank tedraltion of United States senators by direct peopleWe to government In junction we denounce the blacklist andfavor arbitration ns a means of settling theIrumployts andtheourcounlrychargeOfthoAmlrlcnnprosperityour commeice abroad ftdelltliberalplnplonll theCdeemedconclulvedisability before enlistment constructionownelllhljl denounceIsthmIanpendInglnUa7Pauncetotetrealy tbeAn1trlcorepubUcnstatehood to the territories of Arizona Wepromllltl durIngtonnofImprovIngIrrigationactual settlersWe favor the continuance and strict FOR SALE 1 One registered Dull and twenty highgrade bySeptembermy farm and other personal property Some ol these Cows are extra good WT BAENE8- roayOlm Richmond Ky Dr Louis HLandfflan JJo 803 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Glyndon Biclimond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 111900et- urnlog second Wednesday o each onth Reference ot Illch raond K3maylI 1 1fC wrnO GI riYrc J Dl l1RSALLftf4t en tuttatisftuttrj 141A I IZJncullrUl 11rirr Prlee for each RS f oronfe o tJ7 BSS THAN TWO gaiten t l rOloln eauls a belovr gjSO H Vey O la venwb as below S 3 sU cckcllc tIek 4 GaUoBaflPetolUO I iJinjtuul tiu nrtm Uttf talKaUllb urtr iitr ori7 ttt6MitayTM tcv prepay JUYER COWP A iICOVIH KIHTtJCtY USA1fQRofbr tr4 ol nk I OW4CN uV1o 1Itli aTorrtfnt1ee ATAI OYKIJP MI S 3Kv F J I 4 J JJei enforcement of tho Chlneso exclusion taw and Its application to the sane clUe of Asaltlc races- Jefferson Bald Peace comm reo anfl honest friendship with all nations en tan lIng alliance wilts none we approve this wholesome doctrine and earnestly protest against therepub lican departure has us In lIacalied Itolltlc3 Including the of Kurope and tne Intrigue anu landgrabblns of Asia and we es plClnll condemn the Illconcealed republican alliance with Kugland which must mean discrimination against other friendly nations and which has already stifled the nations voice while liberty Is being strangled in Africa Believing in tho principles of selfgov ernment and rejecting an did our fore fatners the claim of monarchy we view with Indignation me puipose ol Englaiu to overwhelm with torco the South Atd- can republic Speaking as we believe for the Amer Scan natlonlexcet the republican office ana fr men eVlrywhere we extlnd our sympathies to the heroic burghers In their unequal struggle to independenceWeof recent republican congresses which have kept taxes high and which threaten the perpetuation of the orpresslve war levies oppose accumulation of a surplus to be squandered In sucn barefaced frauds Upon the taxpayers as the shlpi ping subsidy bill which under the false prospering American ship building would put unearned millions In to the pockets of favorite Contributors to the republican campaign fund we favor the reduction and speedy re peal of the war taxes anu a return to We favor the reduction and speedy repeal of rhe war taxes and a return to the timehonored democratic policy of strict economy In government expendi tures Believing that our most cherished In stitutions are In great peril that the very republicIIIrendered will determine whether or not our children are to enjoy those blessed privileges of free government which have made the United States great prosperous ana honored we earnestly ask for the foregoing declaration ot principles the IlbertyloTlngAmerlcnnparty nfllHatlons Many of the planks of the platform were loudly cheered when rend The platform was adopted by accla mation followed by cheering waving of lings and other demonstrations which lasted 20 minutes Vcbster Davis of Missouri second assistant secretary of the interior un der the McKInley administration and who resigned his oillce after making u trip to the scenes of the Doer war was introduced antI glen an ovation He paid a glowing tribute to Thcplat foim and repudiated the republican party in an impassioned speech He announced his withdrawal from that party and pledged his support to the democrats Nominations for president were called for Alabama yielded to Ne braska nnd Uldhani ascended tho platform antI nominated Bryan When Oldlmm finished Kis speech the convention went wild The great est demonstration of the convention followed A parade of states began with banners and flags while the band played This was kept up over hall an hour Judge E B Perkins of Dallas Tex seconded the nomination of Bryan Seconding speeches were made by ex Senator White of California Judge O 1 Thompson of Illinois exSen ator 11mof Xev York and half a dozen others The roll call of states was then or dered and every state cast its entire vote for Bryan and the vote was made unanimous The convention then adjourned un til Friday morning Friday Senslon Kansas City Ho July 7 Chairman Richardson called the convention to order at 10M5 a m Friday Itabbl Slayer of Kansas City offered tho prayer The roll was called for the nomina tion of vice president Arkansas yielded to Illinois for the purpose of placing Stevenson in nomination There is trouble in the space re served for delegates nnd the sergeant atarms is endeavoring to fix the dis agreement between state delegations about the seats The greatest row is between Texas and cWJersey TIle Texas standard was moved over to the Jersey scats Mr Martin scrgeantntanns has threatened to put tho delegates who will not clear the aisle out of the hall The income tax clause was omitted from the platform through error which was discovered by Sir Bryan and n vote will be taken for its In slrtian The police have qulotcd the dele gates somewhat The New Jersey standard has been removed to the rear of the hall Order was finally restored nnd WIt liams of Illinois nominated Steven son Stevensons name was received with cheers Connecticut yielded to Minnesota nnd Mr Hocslng nominated Tbwne There wns considerable cheering for Townc among tho spectators but Minnesota was the only state that joined in the demonstration save delegate here and there TIle oneI was kept up for a little while was evident that Totvnes friends were in the galleries There was a crowded conference about Croker Murphy atW Hill while Gov Thomas of Colorado made nt speech seconding Townes nomination Crokcr Murphy and VanWyck were urging Hill lie was protesting Sen ators Daniel and Martin of Virginia went to the New Yorkers nnd said placetoandGraiy IIiIlibodyOrderGrady proceeded with his nominating speech sprnngDrvanmade a vigorous protest to some of the leaders He favors Towne mil took the platform antI declared that it would not be fair for him and not fair to the party to nominate him Georgia seconds the nomination of Stevenson IInl1llrseconded Townes nomination Wii eirettlalordangerouscouDterfeit littleIlleroriginalcure fur piles nnd all fikin diseases DeWiltsSIREtT FAIR The interest of having Street Fair has been revived aud it looks us though now the plans will be carried out Tile Journal wauls to dismiss one tiling troUt the Ullll sot BOIIIH tbnt nothing hut moral entertainment will bo given us thoso in charge can nut do otherwise Jessamiuo Journal A rightful UlnHtler Will often cauo a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnl willkiltCures Old Sores Fever Sores TJlcors crnptionEIJebtt box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas lJiugltlrlt C SITK Kiveit awar to Shorthorn cattle lone at the Lexington Horse Siov teirand Carnival Augriet 1318 dr6IepItaSIolngSonIIOnle hmeiKHie vhi w t ki but we eMKOIhllytriep eRtttUilntJytltklf1 tlt ACOl t 1 i l n u 0 i l Ti Jlnms Of nilaolg proteatedj ajrH t this and CtlmmingB said he eupp sed MJnneibta had yielded to him end would speak later Kennedy of CoBBectlcutithen took the platform and secoaddd the liom Inatiofi of ygtevenson r DumpIlY of Idaho nominated J lli1mllfpl1JewIslfaj of Indiana seconded the nomination of Stfvenson- Extiov JlcCrcary of Kcnttcky tppk the platform to second the nom ination of Stevenson Louisiana seconded Hill J Leo Knott of Maryland nomi nated Oov J Walter Smith George Fred Williams of Miissa chusetts said New York iras entitled to consideration but seconded Townes nomination Minnesota yielded to Connecticut and Mr Cummings seconded th nom instloii of Towne Senator Money of Mississippi see onded the nomination pf Stevenson nien Missouri was reached exGov Stone appeared nndiwas glen a vfarm reeeptfon He1 seconded e nomina tion of Stevenson Stone paid a tribute to the popu lists antI silver republicans which caused an outburst of qpjriausc among the spectators Stone in Ills speech declared that Towner ought not to be nominated DAVID n RILL but that it would be political wisdom to nominate Stevenson Nrwlanda of Nevada seconded the nomination of Towne- Daly of New Jersey seconded the nomination of Hill New York yielded to Delaware and L Irving Handy seconded Hills now nationS Gettis of North Carolina om inated Judge Carr of that state for vice president M A Dnughcrty pf Ohio mimes A W Patrick of that state for vice president Oregon seconded the nomination cf Lewis W H Snowden of Pennsyl vania seconded thonomination of Stevenson Tennessee seconds the nomination of Hill They have 24 votes South Carolina seconded the nomination of Stevenson It looks ns though Stevenson has enough votes to get the nomination on the first ballot The roll call for the states was then ordered for the nomination for vice presid mt Washingtonjusthis name Following is the result of the first batlot Alabama casts 3 for Stevenson nnd 10 for Hill Arkansas Towne 5 Stevenson 11 California Stevenson 15 Towne 3 Colorado Stevenson 8 Connecticut Stevenson 9 Townc 3 Delaware Stevenson 4 Hill 2 Florida Stevenson 4 Hill 4 Geor gia Stevenson 20 Idaho Hill 3 Towne 3 Illinois Stevenson 45 Indiana Stevenson 28 Tone 2 Iowa Stevenson 24 Kanas Ste venson 20 Kentucky Stevenson 26 Louisiana Hill 1C Maine Towne 8 Stevenson 10 Maryland J3Val tcr Smith 1C Massachusetts HilL 131 Towne 11 Stevenson 0 Michi gan Tome 5 Stevenson 23 In diana Stevenson 28 Towne 2 Iowa Stevenson 26 Kansas Steven son 20 Kentucky Stevenson 20 Louisiana Hill 16 Maine Towne S Stevenson 10 Maryland J Walter Smith 10 Massachusetts JIm 13 Town 11 Stevenson S Michigan Townc Stevenson 21 Minneso SteTenI gJ3 Stevenson 2 Minnesota Towne 18 Mississippi Stevenson 1C Mis sour Stevenson 23 Hill 0 Townc 3 Danforth 1 Hogg 1 Montana Towne Carr 1 Hill 3 Steven son 2 Nebraska Towne 1C Ste venson Nevada Townc 2 Hill SXcHill W North Carolina Carr 23 Nprth Dakbtat Hill 0 Ohio Pat rick 40 Oregon Stevenson 5 Hill 2 Toxvne 1 Pennsylvania Stefcn son C4 Vermont Stevenson Wotihlngtonvenson 12 South Dakota Toune 6 Stevenson 2 South Caro lina Stevcnson8 Tennessee Hill 21 Texas Stevenson 30 Utah Stevenson Wisconsin Stevenson 21 Towne 3 Wyoming Stevenson 6 Alaska Stevenson 6 Arizona lStevenson 5 Tow le Stevenson received a total of 539 votes on the first call of the states olhcrInNew Jersey Alabama North Carolina California and Ohio changed New York threw her Vote for Stevenson amid great cheering StevensonhatIreeIell Senator Jones of Arkansas mtivcd pll1nkInThe usual vote of thanks were pass ed and the convention adjourned alno die IiReMesIt is tho original Counterfeits inxy b offered Use only De Witts Perrr TLomnn Dorib tbe reading of the Declaration pf Independence at the Kansas City convention Mr Haiuia lenued back iu his nrm chair in Cleveland and holler ed treason until lie inflamed both his throat and his rheumatic knee Omaha World Robbed the Grave MrJohnfollwrIwas in a moet dreadful condition My tkiu was almost yellow eyes SMI li en tongue cofttod paiu continually in back anil sides no appelite gradually growing weaker day by dty Tjfree piirmcittns had Riveu me up Fortututc inghElcctricintters hIlPtihcmeet klntheygrave of anoilier viclim1 No 1I1u h jlll1 Ifttiecessora jb W G Wliite 6 tnwilllihjtblsfUtjr Kolilsaat thteks ihst he will at jjstcarry Kuw York No doubt boll Hue JTIaIIY KlpaK Alw ys r1 j t Jp I- t iir J e +G otLEASE OJ NDr CATHARTIO f JOe iaVMHYBUY middlemen from and 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 quantities without any practical ex perience in the Paint Business Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practical experience in the Paint and Wall Paper Busi ness we belive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities fieo M Willging Wall Papers Window shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glassrc n Eicimond Fair July 24 25 26 27 WE GUARANTEEDr CaiawcllH Syrup 1cpsln to euro lndlcstiontUckvrheo token according to directions DR W B CALDWELL H after tnkirj twothirds of ft fifty cent or ono dollar bottle It fails to thoporcb8PEPSIH SVRUP CQMPAKr RSS8Stu l mar m NOTICE IVe would call your especial atunllon to tlie fact that our stock of WALL PArER AND DE RATIVE DP IGN Just received lire all new and of the cholceit design and ire invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main street and Inspect same before bujlnc 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 nt reasonable prices V guarantee all Yolk done by Llm lobe uptodate We also carry L complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs drti sundries toilet articJesI oilsPleasestock before purchasing elsewhere as we take jIeisure in shuwinu you our goods whether you buy or not licspt PERRY THOMAS suocnsoncow a wwtf KylnONR GAS STOVES ++ ++ + HH AT COST J rr CHEAP GAS fjJ j Do not have a pisolino explosion when yoU can Itt Gas at SI 2o pVl thousand for cooking and licnlfu This Company Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Encourage the Use of the Gas Stove angrouwltJcheap us lJlIaflcl always ready CHI j bake in three winHttw We e II at Cost nd run ilit lo curbing fre nnd inlo the t Co t jj ywrlWtvttiH Md replace yowjl liaj Fsictory prices have advanced on s almost evenlliinjr but we bought fSl niir jromlK iwirlv tul MII iflFVn in IS M lucemeiits that will interest and r jjfi benefit all We have a nice line P of 7 feet allLinen Shade at o5c k =B to 75e Other things correspond ingly CHEAT Every tiling desired in under j taking line always kept in stock i SUCCESSOR TO BICGEKSnrF OLLiKAM Kight 136 J L IT R EK C DIVISION IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 No Cinclimati and UrloKSton Hxpresa south bound arr BIchniond li Mpm I OSpm Stanford northbound 41 20pm Lr 1 Wpra north l 6 t otiud 55am Lv S 55am lu II Richmond ajsvlllc Accm southbound north bound Lv J 4 25pm 2Para Lvll 23pm n south bound arr Rowland pm nouth bound LTa Stanford 55am north bouutl air 0 Oam Forfurther information call on or address TELKPIKWB78 KTJPER nOOD Ayt A BQQV TO MANKIND PILE OUR Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WmiOUT PA TCURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED CENTSJUKSFWUUSilihipikbrf LOUIS M Forjale by PERRY THOMAS Dru ists Jamoy