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L tof Jt r h zi Li0AIC F aJatoII p iJ t i 4i1LH4 DnICHMOND C f IMAX Ji Pc pp r J fit J I VOLUME 27 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1900J NUMBER T iii iIi1J1 1eWcred REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES iiIi ae ea All Work Guaranteed MAIN RICHMOND iIiiIi iIiiIiiIi loJ BotlAMERICKSFAVORITE BRANo ChUBMiA f FULL- QUARTS Delivered Expressage paid anywhero directly acces sible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEY from Kentucky Reference t Any bank express company or mercial agency In Louisville AUG OOLDEWEY I CO23t W Main St Loaisyiile Ky The New Woman IJrlelan Manufactured by THE FLORENCE MEDICINE Red Oak i GEHTLEMEHS DRIVING iffAGOH illj We only the of material to date attachments l Splendid Finish Price is right We can make it an inducement for dealers to i handle work We manufacture a full line of- T light pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and ri price list STREET KY direct I1W14o7esaeManufacture JACKSON MICH o O JaprlS6mj PROFESSIONAL CARDS Irr A rORNEYS E ROBERTS IRiit ATTORNEYATLAWfiA FJ IItICHMOND KENTUCKY I1 Office with Ja B Mc Creary 8xxinit Street jI = KW MILLER J jArroitlaYATLAW ciRICHMONDOrtiie In the Uurnam Building next door to hiarLwre NatloiialJtank lebSly A Js VAN I i iiTTO1tNIATLA fIITl KKNTUCKY O i ovur ilitte lank Trust Co op Jusj curt Inii is n Muiii street i A U M Ullfcis A UhT JJ ATTOHNFAS AT LAW RlilKiMI KitNTUCK- YllIiii 4iii Sicoiiil Htrntit over Oheil allllK jrOlr W K LBPCHBR t 1ttorIjellLtWR- uun 1lIISII KExTrICKV- IJIJ diee with 11 niitli Jr over Ciiviiigton MitolmllV T C OVVryl I AttollUycrtLaw d lPrll niilMinc Uiclion1 TALE JACE i- OATTONlYATLAWI J UtrilHONU KENTUCKY Uolllce in Prather PulldlPS Main Street PHYSICIANS DIN GTBSON r GIBSON 11tYrcrA W INDSURGEQ1S HUHMONU KJCNTUCKY iit Office in the Joe Cllilllbud lllsaDd oSec d Street over Wnite drumtore JII S C llOOKEIt 1ETEHINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty WOHttce at my table on corner First nd Water Streets Kichmond Ky pr7ly II C JAStELlJU D Med lgifle nrnl 1rCry Jflico PratlicV iJuildine Mam Vltphone at re ulence the tarr place on ilrokdway SICUMOND 2 r KENTUCKY t1 w E csIDt Ilnnc1MDUnUE9X J DZTLL- UOatTtt S TL I t t4Wjt DIJIITIKT or LouiavtiAB KT- eOfflcB next doorto aorernraent Boldtar nichmSnd Ky Offlc hOUTV to ltot nOY17ITJr 7 tD FRED SMITH DjH liST ffOtnce over Taylor Uroj JatdIYalC tfJ e Main Street w i 1 n 7PATENJOIT rA1EjTYtr Qioreq mc4rate 1SI ii f 1itlent atrldJ tll1 A dNS Jf63 SWOERS f v 3DX a ON a com F Is the acme of BEAUTY HEALTH LONGEVITY A 10Dnjjt CommonSense Jtomr treatment for ene dollar IThe Lady FIorcneeBcme4yIeapecIfion- h1 cure tor o suffering women who X too well the drains their health ttrcngthcmuwd by ailments necnllar to 4 Tin Lady Florenee Remedy Is not a careen but tea cure for dKrane ot woman cues of female dlseaflwi perhftp than any one other Individual It now oIct l rr tle flret time In this country within the reach of all clawes affords rn1et In the tooct obUnac J CO Iowa U S use best Has all up our ii Ky iold Street I BEAUTYAND arer features of tile articles of our display The makers liavo createil many now dexiLiis in COMES HAIR PINS etc ami there arc jnauy charming cuinliinations of gout aud silver and real and imitatiuii preciouc stones Ami our prices will not lessen the at twtion thene arllclon possess Lit tie figures mark each of thorn F J YEAGER You Want The Truth AND YOU GEl IT IN THE TwiceaWeek oarierJaarnal DEM OCR A TIC IN POLITICS tSaturdayS The TWICEA WEEK COURIERJOURNAL Is the equal of many dalles and the superior of nil other papers It prints more real news more mutter more good stork than any other Issued Wednesday and Satur day A good commission to agents Sample copies free on application Write to COURIERJOURNAL C- OLOUISVILLE KY By a Special ArrangementY- OU CAN GET THE CLIMAXand the Twicea Week CourierJournal both for one year for 1 25 This Is for cash onl All sub scriptipns under this combination off er must be sent through the CLIMAX office WANTED with fair education lUll1J4 and good character to LEARN TELEORAP1IY Railroad Account- Ing and Typewriting This Is Indorsed by alt leading com as the only perfect reliable Institution of its kind All our graduates are asulsted to position Ladles also W ite for free catalogue raIl term opens AujfUSt 15 GLOOM TELEGRAPH COLLEGE Lexington Xv lSjune m I CIRCULATING WASH BOILER I II PATAHPWEQMAHCH15TH1 991 I COT1Ot1SHPWINGCOILEDcbfPER I WaM4IIUtwwrierInguf clot Ie-r 101 re RO Mit Oa ICtI1IIiIIeld J oCpr43M4toCI Mrtleps1lTt ee4PJp im fIIIiik 7 T ANNOUNCEMENT POtt COtTBIT CLZXK SAN1OIIflOLOIIAMJect to be action or the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ARCH sucjecttoRAY1URIto theactionof the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS thectlonWe are authorized to announce M 31 snbledWe are authorized to announce JESSE ub3evtoWANEIlthe action of the Democratic party Fog euaar PWAGERScounty subject to the action the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W forSheriffparty MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BROADDUSasubject to the action of the Democratic party roB ASSESSOR OLDHAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to anncunce JAS L BAKER candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo party OEOUOENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O W DEATHBRAGB a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ULan We are authorized to 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 PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PERKINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce J W WAGERSa candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of 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 JUDGE LEWIS SAYS AMEND IT CourierJournal July 7th Gen Lewis arrived in Louisville yes terday on his way to Frankfort after an extensive tour of the western part ol the State in advocacy of his nomination for Governor ii flu in fnvor of tile Lcis lature being convened in extra session for the sole purpose of modifying OW present said Gen Lewis to a CourierJournal reporter It is not for me now to state what modification of amendments of the law hould be adopted but there in an ab solute necessity for it to be amended as to recommend it as a whole to the best thinking people of the Slate lhere Is a prevalent opinion in the State that elections under its provisions are not partisanWhetherter of no inconsiderable belief and does not reflect crediton our Commonwealth I therefore say call an extra session of the Legislature and modify the law so as to remove this feeling of distrust hI urge this for tho Democratic partys sake if nothing else I have only met with one man who was not in favor ot amending the law and as to tho coining gubernatorial election from my obser vations I have inferred only one olin ion amend the election law at once ind nominate the man whoever he maybe who can poll the largest num nor of votes In this Way you can reunite the party We must also bear in wind that this is the presidential year ttnd if Kentucky should be the pivotal posslbilitfvote on account of the present law Will you express an opinion on the recent legal suggestion that Guy Beck naiiis term of olliue does not expire un til 1103 It is nonsensical to discuss It The constitutional history of ihn State is a gains itand the genius of our Jaw id that the people should have tho power to fill vacancies in offices when tlm un expired term comes within a certain named period But aside from this 11ttjHlghesthave not now the time to settle the question if one did exist and we are certain of one fact that the Republi cans will vote for their ticket If how ever an attempt is made by Democrats to create the belief that no gubernatorial election is necessary this year the awayfromprospectsIencouragedGenFrankort this morning hUt did not know what section of tho State he would then visi- tRichrnondFair July 24 25 26 27 Every woman Jn the country ought to know about MOhtrSfllCW Those who do kpow about it alongwithoutbirth of its terrors for an a wife It has preserved her girlish figure and saved her much suffering It is an external lini rneijt and carries with it therefore absolutely no danger of upsetting the sy tcm as drugs taken Internally ate apt Jo do It is to be rubbed into the abdomen to soften and strengthen the muscles which are to bear the strain Tkl means rniich less pain It also prevents morning sickness and all of the other discornforU oC pregtumcy A druggist of Macon Ga says I have sold a large quantity of Mothers Friend And have never known an instance where it has failed tojproduec the gsed rerults cl A prominent ij lyolLambwton Ark wrics my ni six children 1wiaMbor qotbefiona il4 hOUf Oat th T4S4 se th4stone 14S ss IMI SIAl3flLL IATt en ML4-Wii lts41 aAa im 3 J c i t GEMS FROM BRYANS FAMOUS eON ENTION ORATIO 5 FOUR YEAffiik You shAll not press down upon tliB broof labor a crown of thorna You shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of goldS youjustthrough on those bulovv The Democratic idea has been lat if you legislate to make the masses prosperous their prosperity will Had its way up and through every clues and rest upon it Tile humblest citizen in all the land when clad in the armor of a righteous cause is stronger than the whole hosts of error they can bring The man whoI employed for wages is as much l1 business man iu his employer ci 7 i Those hardy pioneers who braved all the dangers of thpwilderuesa who have made the desert to blossom as tlierosetliose pkineers nway I t thjrn rearing their children near to natures heart whore they can mingle their voice i with the voices of thebirds it they are liS deserving of the consideration lor this party as any peoplo in this country Burn down your cities and leave our farms and your cities will npring up again as if by magic But destroy our farms ami the grass will grow in the streets of every city in this country KENTUCKY CROP REPORT CONDITIONS JULY I 1900 tudor this head the State may be dividinglineto the Louisville to the Tennessee line Wet of this line the almost universal compaiul is made of too much ruin anti a serious damage to hent and other crops while east of it with a few ex coptiniis the past month Ini hern sea sonable lhe estimate of this department June 1 was for threefourths of an average wheat crop There hiss been loss in the western section and gain in the eastern section one very nearly nlltetting the other The estimate for 22 counties from Paivets west was 80 per cent ol an average crop June which must be reduced to 09 per cent July 1 This is duo to continued rains during the month Corn and tobacco Intro suffered also and condition of both is lowered because of inability of farmers to cultivate the ground to keep duwr the weeds and grass In the eastern section with few ex ceptions conditions have been reversed and all reports show improvement in wheat except in n few places where it was injured by fly The greater part of the burley tobacco crop is grown in his part of the State and all reports indicate an Increased acreage as well as- a high average condition The reports indicate generally healthy condition of live stork and little disease of a contag ious nature A herd of cattle in Hick man county isutider suspicion of con trigion and will receive the attention of the State Board of Health The eotuli tion of the fruit crop varies according to neighborhood from which received On tho whole though reports ii dicato rather poor prospects for apples pears ami peaches and about an average cron of grapes withcomptaint of rot wlnnli may yet reduce the yield As an example of the extreme of damage in the western section we quote from a note sent by thn correspondent iu McCracken county The outlOok for crops was never so gloomy in this county since 1 can remember Older heads than mine pxy the sauie Continued rains aniountingat times to floods since tlm 5th of June have reduced the outlook for n general all round crop from the brightest I ever saw to the gloomiest For four weeks plowingdotieand tobacco crops have newer been worked at all though the corn is large enough to lay by nod tobacco nearly large enough to top with grass and weeds a close second No one can give anything like an accurate estimate of conditions the present time The following punnnary of the condi lions as shown by the very full reports Iroin the correspondent will not ails wer for anv county but reflects the condition In general Reports from different places in the same coun ty often ditler AVheat The reports Indicate 85 per cent of an average iTnp lint for the improved condition in thin eastern sec thou of the State a lower figure would have resulted Corn Condition Is given as 89 and acreage 100 OatsCondition 91 anti acreage about an average Hemp The condition is given at 87 as compartid with average years Tobacco Tho favorable seasons enabled the planters to set the crop early and in the hurley district it is doing well which brings the condition up to 97 for the whole State although much bplow that district in the dark district The acreage is 04 Pastures and Meadows Pastnresare given at 01 and Meadows 82 WoolThe clip In 1899 is 93 of an average and the average 22 ct- sFruitApples promised a fullcrop barlier but have fallnn badly that hut little abovo half a crop is to be ex pected The figures are apples OOi peaches 74 pears C3 and grapes 80 1 B NAIL Com Stury of a Slave To bo bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease in the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells howsuch slave was made free lie says My wife has been so lielpluss for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Elec tric Bitters she is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female ills eases quickly cures nervousness sleep lessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy ppellfi This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 60 cents Sold by Perry t Thomas Druggists 0 I feel that I ought to male some acknowlednient to the people who wen on kind tf UR my late wifei last sickness said Mr IhrooidoHiu I would like to have you insert hut caril of tlifliiks in a prominent place IF this weeks paper ehargtforthe Weekly Blizzard looking over tin manuscript and trite will cost you 1 Then yon needntFahllhlt ro joined Mr quite as gratelul M all tht comes to It lisa been deionrtmted by ex penance tliat cpiumbin can be pro by the early bse ef One Mltinti othghl Cure This ia the fvorite rem arty for coughs colds crow Mthma icripp itnd all throat dllitttltroobltN Cures quickly Parry A TltomM f IOfflWIhillwwhiteopeves lies nIp- lnja fttatI rTowi-To 010 MInute OICI I 1 i1rtThD2aI IiI11l c l 0 h l IsBabyTlfBl u this summer Then add a little SCOTTS EMULSION to his milk three times a day fastIlet the mother take the Emulsion iocandipoi all clrm ts WHEN YOU MEET THIS MAN KINDLY BREAK HIS NECK The Lexinuton Herald tells of a pro fes lonal dead beat that may be found thin waHUlIe say liwk out for him itiiti twist his neck If he is an Elk turn him over to the local lodge and it will iwist his bones His method of making money fast is an old one It finds many victims He enters a town and registers at n hotel as an advance agent ot sonic circus or theatrical attraction anti gives out the keepertluathetive or eighty men who will arrive iu a day or so and he i ks for rates The rates are tully given He accepts thtee with thanks and he further eii deavorx to stump his good standing by being a customer of the bonifiiuos loan litusi ness Sometimes this works Whether It does or not be also has a tender feeling for butchers and other merchants who seek patronage of a muneuieut enterprises Ho introduces his burrowing sketch to this class by sgInouvli thlp particular merchant has the lowest bid nut be purchases for daIly ery when the aggregation arrives payment tob made at the time of delivery Following the introduction is a pithy monologue turn closing with an after plecu entitled IJOrru The merelnt sees the blc order just received and the versatile talker and he makes the loan In iimkiiii which he loses The genius WeaN an Elk button Lisniarrks Iron Nerve Was the result ot his splended health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain anti body Only 2oc at Perry Thomas drug Store r LONG ON GOLD SHORT ON MEN Americas greed will dig Americas grave History teaches us that whatnver a nation has nmilu its idol at last it has fallen under its idol and tiled Ureste focalized her life and central Izeil her entire being in her literature upherRome centralized her wholp life in her military power and nothing but n spear today marks the last resting place of Hume America has centralized her lifii and power on the dollar and we will lie toes upward uudtr the silver dollar sooio fu tore day We have exchanged our God for Quid swapped our characters for chattels and traded off our manhood moneyWe inverted Gods order of things and we have dwindled Into a ua tionofKlondikers The country is tuB of lawyers doe tons politicians bankers merchants farmers preachers etc but we Jiave tuu short of menSam Jones The law holds both maker and circu guiltyThecounterfeit of DeWitts Witch Hazel Iverlskll vour life to make H little larger profit You cannot trust him lWitts Utheronly genuine and origi hal Witch hazel Salve a well k own cure for plies and all skin diseased See that your dealer gives you De Witts Salvo Perry Thomas DIG ENGINE IS SPEEDY ItailWa3 men of all classes are watch lilt with much interest the tests ol the tockIl1lalldEujdueNil TueIsinn to Colorado occupied fourteen of the largest and heaviest coaches This plliINtbydav considering the peedrtquiiiti The billenjtioe all was rx pec led tiidItineI72IEngifi a of that class will haul all the theIcursions at the rate of Out fare plus 200 for the rdaad trip Three mre Cxcllraioaa will be lvenleavinJrlirt July 9 July 17 and August llieeputmel1 Little of this siwciai traiusrW10 445 p in but 00 the uxcursi ii tiekelsi will also be hondfe J oq all kotartmlwi The special hl I to be uut1 lWS lii1thcIas tltronghidut Through t tliiilesgetir service nrovieil OoIoramAdew J dQ 1111 titch Ires all poiins OI tl llIs 1Of the lk Jjfaad between tbe Iaotit4 J4vr ud pwet iInterOe lh a W V little Early Rkwrs are ia l plus for liver and bo e IerryrwheeIe dropitnrkui hIlt r t tudeII X rll L g TEN MINUTES WITH WALTON The report is pent out that Iaor wills brought to the mountain counties where he can be protected by tlKiTetidistp to make a series this fall but it bearsonita face the persuasive odor of Its own Improbability Taylor couldnt be drawn into Kentucky with a yoke of oxen Ho Is scared to death where he is being haunted by lila crimes and dreading their sure conse liionce- aV Those who remember how Judge Tar vIII would catch his breeches fore and aft lId give them an upward Jerk while lie was nominating Goy at the Louisville convention will appreciate this from the Frankfort Democrat Judge Tarvln can not make much head way In the race for xaveriior unless he is provided with some invention to hold up his pants V Bow Hanna says ho is going to Kentucky Goebel law or no Goebel law The old rascal thinks he can buy and bulldoze his way here but democrats are on to his game this time and the frauds of 1890 and 1899 will not be repeated Kentucky will give her elec vote to Bryan boodle or no b radio bulldoze or no bulldoze VMr Watteriions enlogiutn on the republican parly published in the Cour ier Journal of2Jtdlaltnotiuli not devoid of truth would make good campaign matter for that party It had better be saul in party caucus than to be run through the press When he says UnIt folly and democracy are synonymous terms he is certainly not guilty of pos sessing the combination for his want oi the littler destroys the similitude how ever much lie inns have of the former Expansion discards the doctrine of our fathers for it is folly to say that foreign powers can not acquire territory in this hpinippliere anti then claim the right to territory ourselves in the other Bo aides we were pledged not to acquire the territory when war was declared and it is sure to involve us in trouble with other nations as well as cost millions of money and much blood all for the purpose of making a few more rich republican 1leasn to excuse thIs audacity though the statements are literally truerLancaster Cor Interior Journal PAINT LICK The CLIMAX is requested to give space to the following obituary uf a lady known and beloved at Paint Lick It is from the Ueeville Tex 1icayuue Eva Adams bunt September 8 lb73 in Taint Lick Madison county Ky Vied June 1 1000 iu Beeville Texas Miss Eva came with her widowed mother a brother and three sisters to this vicinity in February 1SU1 and here the family has since resided anti the children have grown to manhood antI womanhood in our midst Miss Eva the eldest of the four girls began teaching ecuool at the age of 17 and suecesslully labored to help provide comforts fur her mother and sisters tihe lived to see all of the latter educat ellaud fully equipped fur the battle of tile Pew widowed mothers have suc ceeded se well iu making as large a family capable industrious suc cessful in their life work as did Mn Adams and amply have they repaid her care Iud devotion the three re 1IjIhardware store Miss Eva has taught in the nine years in the schoolsat IalfRyUineroMlneral Uityf palote Kormaiina audftitt- and the number of her friends was liu tied only by the circle of her acquaint slice and many hearts were saddened bythe death of one so deservedly loved services took place at 4 oclock p in June 1st in the Christian church she having confessed Christ un der the ministrations of GranvilleJouea the evangelist in 1891 The touching tribute to worth and consolation to the living was from her pastor D 11 Hard ison To the sound of the dear old songs and amid fragrant roses magno lias jessamines and all the Southland flowers we laid the form of oneaa they awltitin the AUutera transplant ingCit COSTLY DIME Harrodsburg Democrat W 51 Merrimon was called to Nicholasville as a witness in the case of his brother George Merrimonagaiiist the Cincinnati Southern railroad This was a rate where a man nut having time to purchase his ticket boarded the train without ticket He tendered the regular fare but the eon ductordt3waflded ton cents more than the regular fare This was refused and Mr Murrimou was ejected from the the train He brought unit damages and recovered f500 The demand for the dime proved rather expensive Railroad companies have no riiiht to collect morn than regular fare to any point They cannot impose a penalty for fall ure to purchase a tick- etFAI11NC J Does Ithis illus trate enceAnd are you wor ned for j HAIR fear you j fi are soon to be bald Then cease worry ing for help is at hand You need something that will put new into the bulbs You needa foodsuch as you- rexpert Ater Hilrvigo health to 1Itprlngs the restores fall color to gray hair You need lookat thirty as if were Mty Joryour gray hair may kaye again aHtiMuwkrich color of yooth Sh1bft Me iuaIs t JlaM JaM a ilL JD 49 vUh your lIsfr V I says toGM that it wtU da ttJOI llla- lItot S the most dolt in mj beat ism y 100a Xaiss CIt1o- tIN firn1eaebls alt bous41 a tIMVaxmt It r Aweli 1 NE E ITIE Q r LIrE Water and tAft itt Light So 3 J M RIPFJ3 and have him to put you In a flrat class sanitary jqb of Plumbing in your residence Also have him to furnish you a High Grade Elevator Cup Pump Keeps on hands all kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes anti Valves Chandeliers every description of Iron Pumps Estimates for fitting up residence in county with Gas Machines and Wind MillsMain St Richmond Ky Lock Box 173 I have 20000 feet of the Best QuaIl ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices inayt3m ++++CALL AT++ ++ JItIl SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssthss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Remember That I have purchased tht stock of groceries recently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L GOTT n21ti KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatIt- artlficlallydigeststhefoodandaids Nature In strengthening 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 permanentlycuresDyspepslt Sick Heac1achcGastralglaCrampsand InpcrfectdigestlonPrepared For sale by Perry Jt Thomas DFC1tt ln FOR WEAK MEN The treat French Rctnnty la within em 7 rcreS of Try AmTlcan It nets potrcrt all jund quickly Ken Lfn PhYikallyPertfcUU tha mult of S3 dR usn ct rt men will rxpaln their lost mnnhu and Old Men win recover their yorlhftil Tlrnr It fits ono forbailncw n rrn rrlnro HZCENCRO lrrCImper bi or jlz for r3 C3 The cherfutt rcf unil poncyrlrro aIvboaidonotcfrect n CJro- Uret1lllJ no Address Uio American ofllco of DflRDEFiUA r EIIClLCOtSr iiiiw voot ATt For sate by Perry Thomu sept3lj For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other building good apple and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church aid school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mch14tf White Hall Ky POPULAR CHEAP EXCURSION fllaMmlA FALLSII Thursday August 2 BIG 4 ROUTE hl 7iIITriFrA CINCINNATI ALE NDRIA BAY Jhouiand Islands Only 9oO morethan Rate ti Ni ar A FelUf rIdretllOOd turabut 22 clays iscl dgdt- 6fte Isi t traiol SIaIt aal17diItcW4 boa psuengT n itsth r j1jPthe y te to 1f Iatza vii Buftsln- iwgflws In Saf don inphamiet for Cd is abtais your ticket oMe WARMEN lL rlL W p JEPP uI U at AI OvV T p 11 1 MTutrsrb jL illillil It 11IAGENCY FOR THE AMERICAN WOVElt WIRE FIELD FENCEj1IMa- deof large strong wires heavily galM IIJL vanized Amply provides for expansion rnd cqntrnction Only Best Bessemer II sled wires used always of uniform us quality Novergocawrongnotit tnatujp how great a strain 1ll4 Is put on IL Does n tJ4l11Cft mutilate but DOESIt TfL j efficiently TURN CATTLEHORSES HOGS PIGS r ii G fL t EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED t BY THE MANUFACTURERSUfqi CALL AND SEE IT Catn shOW you how it wdvzvc you money and fence j fields so Thwit STAY FENCED i j Ctl We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes + which we will sellcheap FOR CASH Dont forget we are agents for the Brown Cultivator E D1IAL RD i MPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KyI7I7I F7II Madison Monumental Worksf ESTABLISHED 1863 1 1lP JAMES T HAMILTON PROPuIET l or Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign American Marble aid Granite andl+ 4+ FIRE WORK SPECIALTY t r 44 Those who are contemplating buying Blnrblo Granite or any kind of lCemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers ffVe have the best workmen in Central Kentucky in charge t1 our establishment and this means satisacftcry work in every phase PaTtieRt livinjj at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application orYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDW J7Ms T HAMILTON Proprietor FURNITURE G 4 tjI JOPLIN 1 220222 W Main St TEE It is our aim to offer to patrons nr uptodate furniture at prices as favorable as anywhere withinreach J and with this view we are daily l J adding to our stock the latest goods 0 i nprofitJ generalsatisfaction guaranteed J Read below T j IronBedsS 9 00 up Bedroom Suites 20 00 up upRockingOdd Dressers H 5 50 up I Extension Tables 5 00 up G Also ask to see our full line of 1 f ctIVaVessesteietc I 4 Carpets and- y i 4thattings AT GOST FOR CASH UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Respectfully jois JOPLINI NiftPhoft n Diity Phone 73 rt- i Waich For Our Grand I OPENIGI I F r II T T r T rr i4 1VtJLw5tho47 J i c The Richmond Climax X c CIIENAAJLT Proprietor A D MILLER Eminent Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY JULY IX MKW PUHLlallKUCVICKV WR Km llAr R- YThe Climax Printing Co MlKHi iR Y A Ein DEMOCRATIC TICKET 2ivI j rurj1FO- 3 VICE PREIDYT Aol tlK KKN80N OP ILUNUIS rJJnON OKO fL niLtlERT XUKUIY t KKTlUNB from the Democratic 11- 1h tinvvntiotiB ymtenJHy show that Xt Iteifchnm has more instructed yotesihnii niluf lid opKjneiit cum Uiiietl Hiii Governor and his friendx itlaim that lie will have enough votes to umir1jhui or the first ballot flgur ins JIat least and probably 700 wlnfjl only 547 are jeqnired to nominate PieJ opposition however has not Judgee104who fixnrea that ho will have t hut 200 votes on tho first ballot tx resses the belief that he has a fighting sauce The conventions were pener A111 hannunioiis and there will be no 1IVWIS eXCept front Keutonrimi Camp itiItOtintips The 6ourierJournaIre tiorts Orthe State with the exception of turt4t delegate votes The fluurea f rw ive l by the Courinr Journal last idgtii Ire fl1tt Bfckham M72i lJn Ulaqk 14I 35 Lewis 78 Smith 11 Pr yoEicCr at 13 iiistriictsl including Louisville LC5 i t iitfsted 58 tttinpurted 40 THE ironilioiililerd of Rijjilnimti IIHVI r iiived notice of a T per cent re duction illf McKinluy prosperity JJeorjjotoivn Timwj Hos W SMITH of Itirhmoml who is esiililatii for thee Dauiocratic noiui nation fur tdvertiir cpent Vri Uy III pi ailles nnd made n pleasant Itnpres on nil who met him J ui1gt mitli js in favor of repHdlju tint Hut tlfctloli law lie is milking all lfI caiiviisi mid IIIIH jiiito a htroiiK rill 1iwiiiK Voodford Sun TiiKirnit lit Innt to iny Mext in v r e inriiile iinl Mxjir John C llfiMnriiue one of the bolters i isiiO hilt joe gnit war that bolting i iist has made nut a stfrker ever a CIan1 f vvmildut bolt with that tHier uiflnl IInHklnridgO though 1600 10 111119I8hlUiIWt instead of 16 to CUil J li Cfaddoclc Is such ii crixis as the presont it is IjrciMy naid the Demotrratic party KtamlK tor liliorty iinil thin rights of man i xxrtly as the treat foiuulerer ntnud wlieii lie wrote t Dechiration of III d peiidenue which on July 4 177 IIIII aI hUed iheM g lit tn nil the listiniiii i atiDiis and for which tlie xpleudid VtnericaiiH axxoci it d with Thotnax ii llcrson atakeil thoir fortuned and their jtIS WE huve never known the Democra rv in better spirits in tho opening of anv prcsidentiiil ciiiiipniyn than they are at tins tulle And the DemocMcy has a right to lie III II and cheerful p iritR They Imvn hulr olllQhents on tfe hip Kvailo ainl pt1aricaItH11J they tiuiy Iortu WIII Culm mid the Philip 111 tit 111 I4 a damning acciifsiition iii which thorn in no rtfcapo and the Huiie of the United States will de iiiHiul relrihutioii for these and other HijrtDiiiiiius nnd rt Irril lit Ions No ooiirfistentniil loyal Aunriraiienn- rifuse In obey tiiie rail of the American l therebylugRepistihicTimtelv reached A IIIIllltr fuiir veiirw ol MrKinleylHin nipans thrt cornpletcd surrcnler nt this iMVPrnnient to the iiionarcliiitl policies nf Kuropfl Ainnr i aiiM laiinot eminent to EUI IIi fwithout iiilrrintr all the pcrils omwqiHnt I1jl iiii LOinpin HIhl en lilt ion tho lin travel of the llepnblir they invito lbs eRtrmtlon of their own liberties safe runnled by the ltejflhhilh t tI8rowerLOi LEXINGTON KY Anonemet F r = V y During July and Aug st vc wilt close our store catcrJ I l Qtt on SJWe do this irt order toj employII unng eUQ summer months and Lsincereiy hope 5you will notbe inconyen ienced in any of your- transaationsl1wlthus jrE-I t f 5 lIff anctnt y3u w1It- lorJTdelivery on Saturday early t TT1Broet Co1 ki- IfADB4OADWAI TOzt r1f THE D ocrnticCi t iattho political Istbe4claratlonIndependence paiRit onJtis MyjCountry TU ofl rier lhe Democrti indictm ntoC Itcpuhlican tr i the Itepnblic is dinwn iu th violated AroSrlcan Con Mitntion The Democratic campaign RepublitDemocracy numinous all good and true Americans to the defense of their native laud against the plotters for Empire BILIY BRECKIXRIDOE says and Editor Adams of the Iautajrraph echoes it that thepowere Jury is tooi ne sided Democratic to have been falrlv select forgettljIItrfurmen in Kentucky and aa about half the iepiiblicai party js cotiposed 1leuroe two tJone thai- 1UICafIiINrvmen wIll h t 1at ally iriai Tommy forgot tlift e facto But facts and Justice are not what Powers and his friends are after TilE Dimocratic will lake great KatlHfaction in celebrating every day and hour of the canvas the anni versary of the ramon and farreaching cnmpaicn made by Thomas Jefferson in 1800 That was the campaign that cliirhed Republican form of govern ment for the United States uml this year it will be the work of the follow ers of JHfcrMin to stem tlie awful tide of ini riHliiii that has come out of the war with Spain nnder a weak vac illating and venal administration Cin cinnati Enquirer TUB Republican platform stripped of surplusage means- Imperialism instead of constitutional ism Constant wars abroad The mastery of combined wealth The degradation of the citizen rile Democratic platform means The supremacy of the constitution Peace for the cItize- nIndhlIlualopportuoity in tho race of lifeEvery citizen a king of his own houseOn which side On tho one will rally the trusts the political interests the classes On the other will be lound the people who must live at home and toil und work in order to meet the ex actions of those who favor empire at the excuse of our republic Atlanta Con n ll I1 J i o not believe the Republican party will carrv a Single State said Bryanhits utterance of tile HHiiclanl hearer of Democracy inailo in hi nwii home to the Montana lelegntioniuii ItK ret urn from partici pation ill the KaiiKu City convention wys the Chicago American I xlmll not concede to the Repnbli rauisaMtetltie year not even Ver eUlphasisf if meas wordsNot words ratiB clear anti reverberating Thin was the Hint o rasioii given to whohallconvention StateIIIjority continued Mr Bryan with ihe rame convincing earnestness The Republican party is the paryof wealth so why should not the Democracy win We will have such a majority he added that no party will ever again trample on the Declaration of Inde pendence and try to make the dollar mark tile sign of independence theMoiitntiato reel fur the night It wiw after oclock when the train reached Lincoln with thin returning Montanatis His innniiLMs habits are uniform II i withhilihe is with visiting delegations He does not know how to put on airs nor t tlaturn11Igflity lltalltHnlimplicily andhlsltreakdeveloped SADDRESS 01 Judge Binlen Biters TheCMc League Lexington Herald July IS J thpCivicuu Hppreciative audience He introihiued hv Air 4iI Wilsm thin thathnthlltheII rhetornlllaioebelman lie had been a Goebel man he Uoebetcompetent man for the Gubernatorial oflice and in respect of that he hind l opinion4hereforout As to the Goebel election law it win portiolJofoue of till Demorrats who hall at the time of the passage of tho Goebel law partythatfor which it was designed Judge Ben tOil declarged that ttieaepurposes were according to his sincere belief to ob wronbwhichpubliran strongholds of the State In ttnfuturehonest conviction that to fulfill theso purposes the law hail been enacted in good faith mid that the Attainment of unfair results had never entered the mindx of those who secured its passage effectthechl1nJIAwas necptwary ont that the changes motile had been too extreme and that wonldfvetucky was entitled to Ihe fairest law lhtFcchanfshu nUnInglnwi8thotinDemocraticGREATEST DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IN ci YEARS Democraeytuiruied hue enthusiasm as characterized the l1onaay11nrslantto unweddelegatesit was an inspiring ht to observe every delegate named march Inside riamoThicti wereIty wasinthe shibboleth From threarwall to the alcove where hingg ilie portrait of Democracy patMl saint from side door to side dwirthiehttitjw taiplyingluit4hiizvuice1 most Just and burning with patriotic and party fervor thlriLgreetelChairman anlJWaslmacJfI SulluelFJuulgeRictusfInielyJflOtion were lI nud the clisinnan announced that only reytilal1 slested delegates could lion W T Tnvla moved to appoint a resolationajunilheat FieldsHouilerMepin After a twrtsr fjin hours do MrTeylsreadoil 14otIin of lion W W Co nhs were unanimous y ofHed utsohwL wgpcrts-viwiiibid pproi flii B114Jii jii e hd in Lx1Io1th lio tNtye4 sW iv f our al1 WmlHim J DIjur who wafilhomiMted fojJPresidbnt and to AdlaltE was nntjtt- inted or VireJPresident hv the t ional Democratic convention recently in Kansas city Mo an1 we and endorse very principle sot forth in the platform adopted in that con vention and we believe that thin nomi nees and the platform are worthy of support of nil Democrat and nil who are opposed to Republican domination Resolved That our neighbor and fellowcitizen Hon W B Smith laiR every respect well equipped for and worthy of the office of Governor of Kentucky and the delegateswhorepre w county in the State Con vention to be held at Lexington onthe v0th of Iuly 1000 are instructed to vole Cor hhn asthe Democratic candi date for Governor long as his name in before the convention and use all honorable means to secure his nomina dun The following persons wore selected as delegates Thomas Curtis John B Chenanlt W W Combs James B JI Crenry J R Dunbar T J Cobb S F Phelps H 0 Rice Lewis Johnson V T Tovim T J Smith JrJ 11 Iarkcs D M Chenault W R Shackel ford A alternates Schvler Taylor Eu gene Todd AleT Black J U Brooks lIam Mellon Dennis Taylor Arch on Tol o Lakes John 1arrjsh A T Fish W S Hume Clias Jenkins awl Win French lion W B Smith inade an impassioned and eloquent appeal for har ninny in the party spoke of his 85 years labor for her success and expressed his gratitude for his countys unanimous endorsement His speech was fre quently appliudetl was cheered to the echo at various points where he made especially good hits joy McCreary paid a very high compliment to Mr Smith ztnd declared we could not have named a more honest capable or worthy staniard bearsr The Governors remarks touching Mr Smiths candidacy were cordial and graceful and if anything had been re quIlted to top off the delightful occasion the speeches by Mr Smith and Gov McUreary certainly supplied the needed ingredient The audience was attentive through outnnd evinced an interest that was re marked upon as n good omen of the determination of the party to carryon an aggressive campaign from this day forward It is with sincere pleasure that the CLIMAX notes this seeming unity of purpose and enthusiasm which marked this one the largest and most repre sentative gatherings held by Democ racy in years KILLED THEIR OWN WIVES AND CHILDREN A special from Shanghai China of saysIt here that after the Europeans in Pekin had made a last endeavor to break through the Chinese lines and failed the men killed the women and children rather than have thqi3oxerSointpoibon as they believed that death was certain and that they would suffer the tortures that were inflicted npon the wife ot M DeGiers this Russian Minis ter whose body was frightfully mutil ated foreignershailodds anti on the morning of July 0 a final rush was made in an effort to break through the Chinese lines and escape they were driven back how ever by the thousands of Chinese who surrounded the legations Death in its most horrible form awaited them It is thou it is said that some of the women took poison The men then shot their wives nnd children A II met death bravelv They were resigned to their fate To hold out longer in the fae of the overwhelming odds was illl IIlhlf It was certain that the mob of fanatic pounding at the gates would noon be uMin them and ther would be tortured to death Hardly had the wo men and children been killed when tho Chinese made a combined attack and after a short but fierce handtohand fight all the foreigners were put to the sword Prince Titan it is reported was so because he failed to capture any oC111e women that he ordered the troops to sack the quarters of the na tivn Christians Here the bloody scenes wer9rrepeatellbodies horrible lUllllated Tim streets nrotind the legations and in the native Christian quarters literally ran with blood Another correspondent sawar The foreigners went mad and killed all their women anti children with revolvers H avy suns bombarded all night until the btiildincfi were demolished and in Hump Many foreigners were roasted in the flames RELIGIOUS Rev J B Porter of Chicago recent ly rt turned missionary from Japan will Ill tur on Japan at the Second 1resby turian Church ntSunday morning at 11 oclock The Rev John Van Lear of Texas preached two acceptable sermons at SundayTherecongregation1swrenceburg John Van Lear was graduated at C U about 1889 aud is Wtillremembcrod here Rev Dr Rout the beloved pastor of the Presbyterian church of Versailles who baa been in Cincinnati at the san itarium so ill for many weeks lias re covered sulllciently to return to his home and passed through Lexington yesterday en route to Versailles From Nicholaaville he was taken to bis home on a special car Lexington Leader pliottesinested in the sermons of Ilev Lloyd delivered in this First Christian church at Kichmotid Ky on Sundayi His ser mona are powerful earnest and elo quent While tiiix is a novel way of bY6ombtbatlowed than by attending services The music at Richmond is line and is till tinctly heard through the phone Oerea Citizen MARRIED SALKTIIOMAS Mr O W Sale one of ICatill countys most prosperous citi Zeus and Miss Daisy Thomas of Beat nIMxingtonThe parlors of the ihoeiiix Hotol were weddingcitizen of Irvine Ky YaK the groom YOIIIISladyfile cerettinny was l said by ChurchCatiiNlralthe 240 C S train fur Cinciiiimli Those who witnessed the oerrinonv were Mrs C J Dorman Mlsn Julia MHtuire nnd Mr E WullacHiof Heattv yule DrT Park Gardner and T Vaughn of Irvine all of whom with tlitiiueiiixBIRTHS onWstittetulny HoraceiuZierlaut an 3 uiuml girl lv- iiDEAThS SenivcrnThie Infant child of Harry oiifaturday MasRhtlThe xreateet tiwtcli maker in the world loseR all desire tHMwka a match when sIre discovers that bet kitchen jiirl ham a follower Mischief lurks In the beginning a bgiuinhiig U hail tlwtMkrEurii anpoUttw DM wise man jayethJ whM time fool nGlffiftOutf i JIIJIt 9 j1r t I t RICHMOND KYV JULY 24 25 26 27 1900 PAINT LICK Mrs Willis Adams of Mt Vernon visited relatives here last week ilr Samuel JTodd of South Caro lina is visiting his sister Mrs L I Echols Mr Chas Higgins of Richmond spent Sunday and Monday Incur midst Mr R N Beazley made a short busi ness trip to Louisville last weokreturn ing Friday Rev J I Echols has been holding an interesting series of meetings at Leaf during tho past week Messis C E Poyntz Harry Frances antI David Henry attended the contest in Lancaster Thursday nightIMrs M A Woods has returned to her home in Hustonville She was accompanied by Miss Annie Reid Miss Anne B Royston a charming youtiK lady from Junction City is the guest of Miss Fanny Buford Parkes Miss Stanfie of Williamsburj will arrive today to be the guest of Miss Margaret P Frances for a Jew days Miss Sara PlIlIIeJror Alabama ar rived last the delight ful guest of Miss Fannie lr Wallace Mr F Calbnrn Clark from Cincin nati is spending the sultry sultana days at the hospitable home of Mr 0 U Wallace Discreet followers and servants help much to reputation Bacon STATE OF OHIOCITY nv TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY HS Frank J Cheney makes oath that lie- si senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and state afore said and that saul linn will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOUAIW for each antI every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by hulls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Gth day of December A D J88G I A W GLEASON HKAL JNotary Public JHalls Catarrh Cure is taken Internal ly mid acts directly on tho Olood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free IT CHEXEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best l5n NOTICE Sealed proposals for lighting the City ot 5yearsfromedat theofflce ot the Mayorln lUchmondEy at Septembernil MayorCUJnMw DISSOLUTION NOTICE By mutual consent the drug firm of K C Wines k Co alter July 1st ISM will stand dissolved W JI Douglas retiring All ac counts due the firm should be paid toEO Wines EO WINES ne274w W H DOUOIMS EXECUTORS NOTE ngain8ttIopresent them properly verified toD M Chenault Executor before the 1st of Sept 1000 or tamo will bebarrwl D M CiiENAjjiT Kxeo Oitr6oods t AND4 f Our oricdsJL lfConjpei jfpu to trade with us t when you give usa trial ti lll I4 rhcl ladies cannot be dec ijed by 6atohy phrases knoii bon TMsKc claims Allj OJinthe world select the 1a test goodsj and wheni buY you know you jhivQ the Jswesfc UptoJategoodiSi I8t t wh want UtfM1ewi4kf N C biQs u J 1 ir REPORT OF TilE StateQUARTERLY Co Utchmond Ky at the close pi business on the 30th day ol Jnne 1900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to Directorsf3161S325L-oans to Directors officers not Included 2283 05hLoans to Officers 13559 Overdrafts unsecured 19ai 85 Due from National Hanks 18000 8I Banking Uonsc and Lot 20000 U 8 Internal Revenue Stamps on hand 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 18000 00 Specie 8900 00 Currency 832500 l725 00 Other Items carried as Cash 582 40 Furniture and Futures 40uo tt Total 1GO098 91 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In in cashl5o000Surplus Fund 4000 Undivided Profits 61719 Deposits subject to check 228505 03 EDuebtateBankstBankeraBills rediscounted 622W 00 Trust Funds on hand 9277 07 Total 460093 91 ssCOUNTYn E TUBLBY Cashier ot tho State Bank and Trust Co a Bank located and doing busi ness atNo 108110 West Main streettIn the City of Richmond Ky in said dub sworn says tiat the foregoing report Is all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 3th day of June 1900 to the best of his knowl edge and belief and further says that the business of aald Shank has been transacted the location named and not elsewhere that the above report Ij made In comp lance with an official notice received from the Secre tary of State designating the 30th day of Jnne the day on which a tch report shall be made B E TURLB Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by n E Turley Cashier the ath day of July 1900 C H CHENAULT Notary Public CORRECT Attest J STONE WALKER E r tjTTnij DIRECTORS J II 0 V ELL FAIR VIE- WSEMINARY + A HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS +School Year Begins September 18th 1100 to Continue Forty Weeks Affords all the comforts null advanta gee of home lifo with the opportunity of ohtanina liberal e u9to LatHe of culture and refinement are chosen as teachers and their inter coursewith the pupils out of schoolls- of great benefit +Full Course of English Including the Sciences Latin French Uerman Righter Mathematics Elocution Physical Culture Music Art VfW ladyfitted4 taughtinthe departments the school For terms and further information address HA L WATBRMt DJ WASHINGTON GROVE MD ISjultl MIMI5EMKL OF NEW YORK Will open up his FALL GOODS at H S Stouts tomorrow Thursday Morning June2lr t900 So if any one wants togefca t suiuir1J t tfiCaIliii tonight und in tie rmOrriing anti pick out QTIQ xjutek and have it tnude up iitij tUne you ivanfc it H Cf TOITt J ft tp SIritIii CtIr- One i l i Door iIIW b0 Ql4 if 111hw1- Mt4 QI1 i 1Jo4i us f Never Love toleavebreakinghearthero is what he sajs Never Love f And Imondwhen we ore asked if we will move our Having rented the Shop back of the Methodist kntralKentuckytho Nicbolasvilio Marble and Granite Works with skilled labor firstclass material polite attention and JOlt prices Call fend sect JneI73ia GOLDEN FLORA H Qr Un feim r tor Tile GReATeST ImproYBment 01 Tile AGe L Butverygreat deal easier with this Separator It does away with expensive machinery and quires no p9wer or fuel to run it Ko farmer jIlt ttio or more cows can ww w afford to be without one Manufactured in three sizes Nos 3 and 3 prices 8800 1000 and 1500 each Iilbtral dltcount to Agents Agents wanted in every count v Write at once t- eEd S Cushman ciigrijivizzz LtueZ76m I r THf RICHMOND FAIRE Will be held July 24 25 26 and 27 i J course you will attend and if yoi ii1Iiiff11r P supplied with Light Comfortable SfjTisli Cloth i Ing you will not fully erjoy yourself wliile hcro You can have no cxcuse for not being fully prepared for our tock is filled with the newest and neatest designs in Summer Dress Fabrics and you will be pleasantly surprised at the very low prices for which they maybe had Ladies Fancy Silk Paraso1in white pink and blue regular 200 value will be closed out at J 49CChildrens Parasols white and pink95c value will go at 7c1Ladie Fancy Parasols stripes 75c value at 59cU j r Avery attractive line of Fansyoullneed them at the fairgo very cheap JOCUp f White Duck Skirts L25 value cut to 98c Linen Skirts 75c value cut to 49c Our PKs J8c grade red white or blue at J2c Figured Lawns lOc quality for 8 J3c the 18c grade goes at J2 I2c Other grades in a proportionate reduction for this sale v For 25c we sell a regular 50c grade Ladies Wash Ties Our Laces allover Embroirderies etc are still going at very Jow prices For Belts Hankcrchiefs Hosiery and Notions you cannot afford rmiss seeing OUR LINE U I LCor Main First St A FAIR OFPER I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys catalogue that you may have thereby saving you expense of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr DP ARMER Handsome Old People owe much of their good looks to den tiilry Our Artificial Teeth are so perfect in appearance and use that tho loss of the natural teeth is not reltWe make Sets of Teeth trout S3 00 up ant guarantee nil to be superior quality at equal prices Fillings at reasonable prices without pain Satisfactory results in every case DK 1IOBSON Dentist KicLraond Ky Ollke noxtdoortoGovernmentlJldij in Ilohson Hldjr Itichtnond Ky Of fico open all night tr ttttU Your Summer rc WANTS LQWJ3DWN AT PRICES r ttJ ti r4 GASOLINE AM g QIL COOKSTOVES v rlwC Boxes7 Xr Jf ct firAV TT7j yg 11UCdoIeArs 11 v S Ice Cieam ffeezeis L rUuIILL 1 Screen Door and Win dows r Champion Binders dlvd Mowers Malta and Cultivatr DodDle Spv1fl Plows rf j A CALL iUOUGLAS P IIMMONS JeLlJl or JiCT i ajjsiII I n n n OWEN l CKEE n 1 of J t R f1Ricbmori Kentucky i Lu I ARRIAGE E BUGGIBS I PHATDN In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material carriagbuggyr Konucky rri gB WorKs JOHN DONELSON Proprietor t GIVEN 1 ATAXihL fiel f Jl4 J DEAR MADAM j1 t t We have on exhibition a fewori pieces of handsomely decor ted hand painted china at our store which 1 twe intend giving away free to our 4ru We guarantee that our prices on jfJ 4 goods will remain the same This special offer is made for the purpose of increasing our trade andshowing j 4 jappreciatetheirThis ware is rapidly taking the Jl tplace of White Granite or Iron Stone 5 3o4 vety nmsn is of the finest quality 4 tand without doubt the best in the Ifit The shapes are the very 3 U designedto jtidious It is only by our guaranteeing to j 1 use a large quantity of this ware we have been able to get it at a price jj 4 that puts in within the reachof alljOur jassortment consists of iv Ii1 3PlatesJlJinner ii SugarBowls1 G1 iiiaFINESETj 1 We arncst1yJnV you to calland J InspeCt it wb we willctrfufly 1 give yi t full informatkm 4it tJ k 11I1iII aM- Of4Djfl wt rC1t itj1 l 1- f uyLJI fci 3fe 0wsrLILLllI Irin J I L je Richmond Climax rEDXESDAY JULY 18 woo Richmond Fair July 24 25 627 f 11111 JwiIII8 vftjijbearve dinner aily at the Fair next week report of State Bank A Trust cafjwuy published olee where ifthis ft7 A neuiocriiiieChxh will be orcan zed at llerea Saturday afternoon July- al 3 ociock If you WHiilu good toothsome lin ier call on Mm Willis at Fair rwuid during ilmFaife Till Jllh XHiainaiJhn Vforf white ache will 1m hild in till court house exl Friday nuil SUJUrday The Knterprie Grocery will sell wore KKxIa for SI 00 Jhmi 1n house n liichuioiid It A BAXTKuMrr tf Our motto is strictly cash Best nxfrles at lowest prices tf R A BAXTEB Mgr The Kentucky ChauUiuqua closed ta fourteenth assembly at Voodlaud Park Lexington last Fray The L N will give a rate of 150 or round trip from Richmond to Uin innati on Sunday July 22 on 355 m train Your city tax is now tine Please all and settle Office at Freeman Jros lJ It FKKEMAN IsjuMw City Collector The Mission Band of Pond Church nil uive an Ice cream supper in Rev M Baileys yard near tho cbuicb Friday evening July 20 The ice cream supper giveuby the yardlastcess Netting about 30 EeuterpriseGyeri 8 lor cash than any grocery house m Hichniond IL A Mgr it The Elocutionary Contest at Lan caster was won by Miss Clyde McGiu iiis uf Danville Miss SadIe Baugli- inan represented Richmond in contest The City Council advertises In to dnys CLIMAX for sealed proposals for lighting tile City fur one three and five vvars reserving the right to reject any adall proposals Tim Lawrencebnrg Fair which will promjSlState this reason Fur catalogue ad dress tho Secretary W FSchooierformerly of this city aiui married Miss jraee Hacker has received a permanent position as compositor in the Government Print ing Ullico at aldington Mat Cohen of Kiclmioud was liens yesterday in the interest of the Madison County Fair Association He retrieved a number of entries in the saddle horseS Rtake among them lieini four T tiandtdge Danville News I have secured the privilege for hitching and caring fur nurses at the Fair Grounds during the Fair this month and same will ho givoa proper chargejulyll21 FIFE Mv guarantee is that every Suit of lulling shall give perfect satisfaction hefire leaving the shop I dlIutcharge for clothes that do Hot lit CilAS JACOIl- feb21tf The Tailor Something nrxv m Mens Clothing at hub Jacobs lie has the finest iiHsiritutnt of samples over brought tn i dttiioiitI His prices are the lowetanIuds the but Call slId investigate feb21tf rellivedfromIt Aliirry requisition for mijitary sup plier and request that members uf the coiipany be present at tie regular meeting tonijht as measurements for uniforms will betaken Correction In Fair Catolouiio Ring NoIO should rend Dust walking stallion maie or gilding any ago the getot prll1IiulIIbyNolicl Tho accuuUts of Douglas Bright Co iie eoii4lired In my hands for col liiiijC Amounts me dneand must b COIMSBfsjul81 Sale ol Bank Stock A It Miitiin sold at Winchester 1l1J glia IB 4 Uti1 k Couuty National Hunk Htol in MP Htt Uay uf Ixxington at 170 per shaie Thin WM without Uiciiixideiid of live dollars per share wiiiili wits dejtlnrwl July 1st nui Uiy In his forecastIorJiily Kay Irl Hicks says iudr that of ourgreat wi e country with betoiie tlry and warm thiLtVI tjio in jt timid will be willing ttetJft nnf g storm clmids it i riliaiicu tlitv git jroiniseof cooler Weather rfaln EXCURSION Will BJ Run toHchmonU By Madison Fair Asvjciation the Madison futility Fair An Mjailon will run mi lxluni from J xiugMii lhlll1idIlYJtrain willliHJiveUXiiigUm at 8 n III siippiiiii at all iioiiilrt hull will return knniH niislir One fare will be rl tripThethis dIn will h partiiuinrly MPhtisiti aBpetitnl hul urp is aurand htkPihiIlH swoopstakn r Rk3fl1OfldELrjuIy24125S 26 TWMl Cwded E1i tol 1ii ljUrdyohljoOI in jallJOunt thelwoolat futurejuiy44f Co SFirlSale Privak1 lfifprlvatelvGartarelruutlt PointLeavelRichmond W K Diwuy 18jue3rh Glade Democrats to Organize l1Demociitil Oclkpmalirdayjuv fAlsoihurlJkLcakerau4evirybody He Will Recover DeputyIdarshiallwhile trying to arrest did not ills as waa expected hut is gettin better and shotaruvproventDemocratic State Convention For the Democratic State Conven LouIsIvillotickets to Lexington today and for fiuiallimitthird fare tripUG P A Excursion On Rowland Branch To Fair workingforus that there would be an excursion WeInesday1uly sadlIethree races besides numerous other at tractions Interior Journal Wheat Struck by Lightning A field of wheat of Mr Pat OBrien nearJetts wiw struck by on destroyedbeforeguished A tobacco barn with 40000 pounds of tobacco and about 800 difficultythe fire Frankfort Roundabout Traction Engines Now that traction engines are on the road it will do no harm to direct atten tion to the law which requires a man to go in front of the same while on the traveliuga heavy Hue for failure to comply with rdinbleoorsouf these smoking pufHngmonstcrs A Coincidence Storhugiu almost the same way While tier husband was jailer of Montgomery couutv he attempted to arrest Alonzo J3rooksnire of this county a horse thief who was restating arrest and the Snndayherby lipton Day a murderer whom he was trying to ancst A Narrow Escape A liorsn diiven by II B Itoen Mon day became frightened mid rau Snveiitzrniiighruisin Mrs J A Elliott and two cniidreii of Lexington and Mr Been It VHS almost a miracle that the party escaped serious or fatal injuries accident toot place near tlie Louisville i Atlantic depot where Mrs Elliott and children took the train for home Madison County Fair Tho Madison County Fair which be gini next Tuesday promises to bo oneS of the most successful meeting held in this county Attractions to please all have been secured and free daylneKentucky while tim premiums oller elln the sweepstake rings will brirt to the fair the finest horses in thoState Pont forget the date July 21 to 27 in clusive BosworlhHarlan Morrison Bosworth of Hollidays burg la mill Miss Amy Harbin pf this city wilt bo married hero to mor ttaughtqrposition in tho freight oliico of the Texas railroad here and Mr Hos worth and his mother conduct the Hol lidaysbtirg Seminary Tho bride Iii tho grandniece of Justice John M haitian of tho Supremo Court Owcnsboro TetraniS NThelers Whites and Joplins of this county Of For The hue Alsatian Mountains Accompanied by iny daughter I will sail for Enrope on July 18 to visit a much loved aunt at Maswo AlftJice liordcrinjr France and Switzer laud It is noted for its fine silks and fabrics of all kinds also fruits wine and mlle e It in also tIe home of the brook trout We will visit my old home in France the Paris Expositor ansi nil points of interest I will be KOIIO about thruo months and Jlf busi IlotjlstifymoInno pictures taken in that time have several hundred dollars worth of pict ure at invgallcry persona having lam theta talen ai d neyer callei for or paul for same MM Scblegel will be at the gallery from 1 to 4 oclock on favorable days and will be glad to deliver such work Thanking people of Richmond and vicinity for pust and hoping for a continuance of saute oi my return I am Very respectfully J L SCIILKOEL e J We AreiM L Now Ready With tKeMargest and most complete line ok 5SHOES HATS AND lVIENS- tFuRNISHIlJGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things and atTRICES that will please you to buyWe inviteyou to calland examine our- j Spring StockS and get our prices bdore buying and be coo vinced that for the unit of goods we arei the CHEAPEST house in Rkhmond JJC II J RICE iARJNOLD M5s4S i Richmond Ky ct n4i i 4 I ri Richmond Fairjufr2425 26 27 Lsl4te Ie AtlantIc R LIMrTcel During the lDonth8ofJnly anti 1A ust R miueirlv aSS runfrom to lit bl1ijlIeltoura1on s IttlchIj Atl8jnlyGw Fize EatlBg CsHtest tillotberWho won ofxtbbagODidnt It make bimsickiiXT rr DrCtheysayBlue Grass Seed That Will Come Up tlioniiaiidbushihundred 200and sixtyacres ol land InpersonCASSIUS Ml Uucv 5lUlJOONTimesLexingtonCitizen will publish GI AY- may23tf Site for Lock and Damn Located The site for the lock and damn at this place has finally been located about 300 bridgeAcorpsseveral mouths past sounding for a solid infindln15fretthe government at this place will re ViewArgentCynthlana Fair beholdcataloguesflow 21heembrace tile most finished artists of the ofCincinnatiAdmission to nil only 25 cent thcSecretarylogues Good Selection theRichmondKentuckyinshis first love tench Ing Prof Davis theValley toIaItution He received the highest mark given to any teacher at the lute county examination Miss Anna Duncan of this city daughter Mr Wink Duncan will be the assistant She is s graduate of Madison Institute and has had exper- Ience as a teacher Beware Of Him A clover swindler dressed as a farm er is going the rounds through the country fleecing honest tillers of tho soil by calling at their homes with sam ples of corn says an exchange The largerthaitthat it was raised by himself from seed sent by his brother who raied the same kind in a foreign country 100 f2 foriswho buys will find out latter that it is not hing but ordinary corn several ears JluedtogetherWillol Richard Cobb The will of Mr Richard Cobb Sr Slaufortihis widow during tier life time setc aside SlOO for a monument for him and his wife and divides his estate equally leductin5frutnthem whichvary from 1300 to 2 100 aggregates about 10000 The portion of Mrs Settle McKinney is left to her in trust to W M Bright and that of Miss Florence Myers to Thomas Phelps of Madison In trnst Hfo half of the farm in Boyle he owns With his son Richard Cobb Jr is given to him thedivisionand Richard Cobb Jr are named as executors Joe Watts The Kentucky Stock Farm prints a picture of the gelding Joe Watts and upOur week is JOlWlItts dLieRichmond Ky and has been in tin stable of V J YoUng at tlie Lexington track the past two seasons lie is a game goodgaited trotter and his record which was taken in 1898 does not near Indicate his spend he having shown miles better than 215 iu his work atd has been timed very fast separately in races Ho is working well for Mr Young this year and will be raced In the tJrand CIrcuit Special Term ol Court dhsonCitcuiCourt t The following cases are set for hearing at this term- Lavcna Cunningham JJ T Estill c W S Hume c vs Richmond Electric Co J K Qreenleaf vs Hattie UuchananV A Williams vs Her min Grimes c C CxPerUiiis Aduir s1lrlfey Joo Alexandrias Admr VK Emerlnc Alexandria Louis Johnson vs Nannie Johnson J F Walker vs Lizzie Doty Nora Warren vs Enoch AsherJuhnurn antI Crds leiaah Booties Admr vs L Boone DEERING CAMP GROUND 1900 Program For Sundays at Park Hill During the Meeting Beginning Aug 2 Dr VTT Dolling Friday Aug SrdaLeySaniPJones 3rdp m Saturday v4tb a w Si Saturday 4hp m ainDriWTEld WCTharp Tuesday 7th a m inWillfrom Rev J S Sims Eld F M Tinder Rev li GB Mann Rev B E Lan caster nnd Dr O A Brown Saturday morning August 11th Sunday inoriuiig August 12th Bishop H C preachThe Dr Brown Prof Fogg Messrs Meek and lionwith assutauceof achorus will make the music All correspondence as to cottages and rates should be addressed to Ill lbs Secretary and Treasure CarllslerjulylS 2t Ancient Genealogy lion VT Te vis formerly Df this city now residing on the Lancaster pike Silver Crcelc u dPahif Lick hue III his possession book of aiicitait genealogy or lineage1 of his wifes ancestors she Ijeing a Roote President Grant being onf her near relatives The Grant fatally of her ancestors dating back hi New England ito b 1GSO unit of them being nnhtclsurveyur that period uhother- tixaring con plcuo sl v in the French and Indian war of the last century VrliPH in that war the Frenrh were defeat tbv Great Britain and forced to- iteile to that cocintrv her vast domains iii Atoerfco Ono oUlietli figured ulso independjencoroaMn Orieof1MPAToViSance8toas Jtide UwynrMHljmrktItJJ5yj5 Ofl5 lI asM Is a sntlemFoeiiur I =0 tit 3 1eS tI Ii h SJL55S I OpsIUi 00000 t THE NEW 3 THINGS IN MENS WEAR 5 TenTwelvefifty Q f Bof Mnns New i Z fNoEthee goods for the Q PRIOEWe are also showing lithe new things in Furnish someGREATand all heavy goods that we want to close out Sand will save you money on every article These same goods will cost you more money next f- allCovingtonMitcheIII I Richmond Fair July 24 25 6 27 PERSONAL fromEstillMiss Gladys PerrY is visiting reIn ties in Nicholasville FrankfortIs SuntlayMr and Mrs E E Mcpann have re turned from a visit to City SpletlwellIs a rovisitValleyView iiMrsspending several weeks in the country Misses Sue Dcatheraee and Mamie Pickets are visiting friends in Stanford SlIIeWim gtonfoMrs Viola Adams of Louisville is visiting her motherMru A T Million on North street Miss Annie James and Amos Willis of Kirksville were with Mrs T C Willis last weekPNcwYorkMrs D M Clieuault daughterissof relatives at Red Rousea motherMrs Mrs Alfred Douglas huts returned Miss Mayiue Campbell and Miss Lee Prattier Rre visiting friends and rela ti ves at W uJtersville Estill county Col I Shelby Irvine and wife of Richmond are visiting the family of Mn Ann Hood Lebanon EnterpriseR Mr Flora the celebrated ist will sing again at the Baptist JessawineNewsMr Jon S Gardner was down from Rice Station and assisted the Richmond Band in the open air concert Friday night Mrs Wood Ballard who is quiteihlat the Good Samaritan remains conditionLexlngton Miss Stella Willmot of Frankfort gUt8trorChas McGee beantlfllldauhteruellts of Mrs T C Willis and Mrs M BdofCndianopollswith their father Mr J 1 Hamilton on Fifth street MasgieWhitAsheville N CaProf S J Sanderson of Central Uni representinhetion Jgtudents desire Bourbon News Mrs frannle Willis Dejarnettn and bouncing son Josia U Willis have returned to Virginia much tothieregreiof a host of friends Mrs S G s lat t week in l xltl tJOOiltluier uonMr attendingChautauq1ll daughterare visiting the formers parents Mr and Harvey Cobb at Red House Mrs A J Million and son Varner rsGeorKethree weeks visit n oolUln toll ami other points In Illinois Chas B McCord nnd family have been visiting relatives at ItichmoiKi during the past weekMrs Elliott IitiIlSfritudscounty Winchester Democrat Misses Julia Koss Martha and Leo White Norvel Duerson Mary Lawsou Pauline Duerson and inton Cornell jsoii spent n pleasant day at It V Whit locks iier on the 12th Mrs Jennie Grider returned to Speedwell Saturday after a visit to and Mrs T L Tod at Ford She was accompanied by Mrs Todd whow1II spend this week visiting relatives in tho Speedwell neighborhood Mr Will J Stefnert left Saturday for elnploYClIdurlllJCentral News and assisting Dr Jilan ton He will teach the coming year in CtntralUuivertilty One of thin dearest little parties ever byliltand Mrs Grant E Lilly on Thursday last It was her fourth and about thirty little tots eujelthe after noon in tme childlike fashion Pro Milton Elliott who until the past two years has considered Lancas ter home bItS secured tnt accepu a lucrative school in the citv of Chicago Prof Elliott fa a onccessfnl richoor teacher having taught It num berof schools in thlscctanty He Is a younger bruthorof Uf Mack Elliott ol InNewsTooslayWest and wife ut Saturday at Kicli mozidMisaMamIy Todd ha rettirned from a visit with berXNhdprent in Madison MIMei rk MiRboutsKilnKiHtiyth fannlyiCMA Nradesburg thk- wf r 90 ws 3mthe i r houlepllrtydlspersClIThoseMiss Swopes home were MIPMJH Ruth and Georgia Gray Picgah Kit and Carlisle Cheiianlt Richmond Lillian and Ethel WRitS Chilesbnru Messrs W O McChord Lebanon Curry led man Harrodoburtr James Reed Dan ScoltButtlerHerald Richmond Fair July 24 25 26 27 Louisville Atlantic and Bealtyvllle ft Cumberland Roads to be Operated Jolnly thoHlJlIU1vilJe willbeconsolidation was effected at a meeting theBenulIJelust week tit Beattyville Both roads will be opperated under the o Boardftit Company The Beattyville Cum h Gap connects with the Lexing unctionforextend the road through the mountians theNorfolkthe East Tim Louisville k Atlantic has made reparations to extend its line from the eastIrville 5tril hheattviittsuperintend the construction of the L nd A road irom Irvine to Millers Creel Mother and Son Pass Away This from the Lexington Leader 15th tells the sad story of a double visitation andhappycounty citylastobert Baldwin a prominent young man of Winchester which occurred at 315 p in Saturday Mr Baldwin hall neeit1I0uweeks ago he was taken down with tha1I0methat city where he lingered until yes removClIhimwith the death of Mr Baldwin was the reception of the news at Winchester of the death of his mother Mrs Eliza Baldwin who passed away at Red House in Madison county during Friday night Mrs Baldwin had been a sufferer from paralysis for a year or moro and hail in a critical condi tion for some time although death was unexpected About two ago Mr lost two brothers froin the isejte which carried him off winch If a sad coincidence The funeral ohamother and son will occur at Red in Madison county this afternoon Mr Baldwin was 33 years of fge and a consistent member of the Christian Church LhR family was one of the prominent in Central Kentucky nd had many warm friends in Lexint toii who will hear with sorrow of the sad bereavement Handsome Reward Offered For A Difficult Task A handsome rowan will be paid for followingInltuyeditors scrap buck and it was written by Mr Hurrt lt White of Millert Creek Estill Comity The article was printed i n the old Estill Eagle ID 1889 while the fatuous Richmond Crowd was sojourning at Estill Springs and sonle of them may recall this wonderful exhibition of rural reportorial style speed and durability The chimes of merry wedding boIls were heard on the north fork of BuckJcreek on the eve of the 29th host of friends and relatives was xs xeinbled at the residence of Mrs N E Cole widow of the late Alex Cole 1toEverything was in readiness for the occasion Tlie bride arrayed In weddin attire was blushing like a damselosweet sixteen and perhaps never before ap peared to her a n need half sq beautiful and iQvelv While he in sweet anticipation of the happy momeat when jowelroryearned looked his loans and elegant repast prepared by a tnittresa of the culinary art was awaiting thin assembled guests Suddenly n messenger arrived hearing tidings of an unexpected nature The vofldre iionned squint Thomas Kidwtill who wap eifgaged to officiate as lout been his custom from time immemorial on such occasions sent word that owing to a wllpjit indispofiitlon he could not pos nlblv present Tom Is an old voter hiltJlIIllallllsconiteqiierirtrtreat difficulty of procuring the service of u clergyman ceremony Wits post poiiwl tit this morrow following ralltiPoppie8topalp that night Morning cajbo with joyous BOOR of blnI anti bubni breath but not the illustrious mid broaiihtwithItlnt She suggestion of one of thE attend aiils the sorely discouraged bncs no coiapanlol by a few friends souhit thtf sacctum of Squire Steve Vauithnn 0Miltern creek Thel1atrimo11allOrd Vai Hoon mil4k grt tulHivoftf over the bridJJ iMuly werybaitksSIC that nlKht by the liquid ftrtisiOi th1i silver Itream thM hrlIJh Ll1klliat o this eden oh the cl b41iiai forty l 0l1tlgIWltlehHInihIsda1tbsr g hstnwytihid thus vt 1trhitiSUUu It yJ 1 rt4 j STHE WEEKLY SALES AT THE+ 55 7Ii 7f i A BUSY CASU STORE I i rAre crowding thi stores daily with eager buyers anxious to take beingSlaughtered ALL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES pricesthemAll Carpets Linoleums Rugs Mattings Oil Shades Lace Curtains Tailormade Suits that were advethedIatweekwill still con tinue to be sold at prices named on them during these weekly i tp sales fe The Specials For This WeekS Are all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRICKS Our stock of iitgoodshas just been added to by a large shipment pf choice things in Dresdon Jacquets Primrose thelargestout stock sale 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 t to dose themt r Price on CottonS This Sale Will Follows GicTrion7c SGood44 Bleach Cotton 4c worth GAc 7eLondsclaleMasonville Bleach Cotton 7ic worth lOcSOur 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 etc 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 Sand the low prices named on them will be eyeopeners for isyou if you need clothing of any kind give us a call W D OLDBAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Richmond Fair July 24 25 2627 Death cl Tom Jim Ballard Thin death of Capt Tprn Jim Ballard wellknown figure iu tins suction and cousin ot Capt Leu tiuliurti ui tills city is titus described by the Liviuxaum colonel Sunday evening July at 045 clock Capt Tow Jim ISallunl died at the homo ut Lila uiit1 Al Billiard tins town in lila sixtysecond year Capt Ballnrdd health had been failing lur aouie tWo or three years anti afew weeks since Ida family thought it advisable to move him to tillS town because of thin bettei medical attention he could re ceive All that devoted laiuily could do however could not arrest iiis de cline In accordance with his request be was buried lit thin old homestead iu the eastern part of the county where be was burn and reared and hall al ways lived and where a stately Tine placeDeceased was the daughter of Morgan 1urbusof Jack euu county and eleven children viz Mrs Clark wilof U W Clark uf tins iris Johnson wile of stLi otitistin ol Mrs JJIickJClaylOuntywan of B1J U M Ballard principal ot the liivinjiiou public schools Wade Bennett aud William and MisseS Joyce LIzzie and Nellie still at howe tin leaves two sisters Mrs W HJiI lion wife of tue proprietor of sawmill plaining null nail Utver Mansion hotel at this place and Wm Coffey wile of Joseph Ootley proprietor ot tim Vtmm in Suiuford two brotliers Joliu and Will Ballard nuw uitizuns of Missouri Alter thin outbreak of the Civil War lit deceased whoso sympathies wines JKJUttieni enlisted with Morgans cavj throughluulltuaeredio two of his brothers Will and lucK liaititrd wtio were In Wolfords caValrv He halt another brother in tIre Confederate service in that war iu which brother was lirrayedagitilliut brothers SJIICB the war had lived colulYillin politics however and on the Demo cratic side Iu thin jfiars of his health and ctitugtli CaptrUHllarxi waSHibaudiiomu jail ol itigi jficeut physique and diKiit tied antI Urlnous uvurwg Hitpi luce othitfpitality ut his hooji do vined to his aniiiy liberal With his neighbors generous Iud loyal to hU filUifdrff iiuiversally liked and his irieuds uiiitu In otferiiig sympatby to his family in the hour Ot uerenye Uiuutaijd sftduess Doubt whom you will but never doubt jouh eJf JBoveo gh tjlon lrritlt Tlg 4zrtic icIr k lIMfie oarak CT dDellS tmspieteiyiLwthat To dI woytsfro the ilsgive lit efeiid noHrirf ocI and wauIiICYif ttl4l risialt vlllbs ihworiiu whEt SF tnehMt LpL If BEE n During J Be as it f 10 J 7 o a h e s t I We have a eoo l sale on Dr aid wells Syrnp Pepsin because we guar nntee it ami refund your money if it tinES not do lust as we represent it Call for a booklet that tells von al about it at druggists July 11ltu Do not stone the baby when you rock the cradle KOKOMO IND Aug 10 1890 PWSIN SYRUP CO healirFor the past 10 years I was troubled with my stomach About 4 rhouiw years scow o no benefit to me A year ago I was tsyrupPepsindied but for this medicine My rheu matism is entirely gone and my stomach is in good condition It has saved tnt life anti I cannot recommend it too highly Y onrsrcpectfully EfcwpOB MdCKAOKEjr Sold bf drn list july9lm The crowbar opens but it never closes Imperfect digestion and assimilation produladlsorderedconditions of the cystem which grow anti are confirmed by neglect Herb no gives tone to the stomach and causes good digestion Price 50 cents Pery Thomas july4ltn Tie circulation of the blood Is an hf fair of the heartaAn Epidemic of Uiarrlioea Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoa- nut OrOVe Flafsaya there has been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea there He liailia severe attack and was cured by four doses of CliauiberlnlnV Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy lie ays healso recommended it to others and thjiy say it isthe best medicine byPerryThiouia The thost disagreeable rellltlou manican hiaidsa carb uncle ltJatltodofor help A fewdosespf Ilorblne may save yoit a spell of bicknuss Herbine is the onl perfect liver medicine It- enresellifla and fever Price 50 cents lerry Thomas July4 1m One ifay hi make both inds mentis to tie tent toZtiierS Jfrrrzing Wept er IB My Would niueo creat discomfort and lostIbIttiortuuately it iasejlom A yalit amount of iniscryis paused at this sjason 1iowevr by impoverish gehoraldebiItyretnlited b enricbirigtlobloodand Sar1PliilAtin slWply because of its wo dcr itlllIi 3r u fu lldidt riItIL I will td you more jto MIa i- aix w eevAl1Itlon It bnediQttII fcuy JyJllm fAr kom ar i I- trati Ut c lliQiif6 ttY withal adeuM =GtJJow I j f L w elsehereS gpreatests ittandTetter SaltRheani and Eczema The intense itching and smarting Inch dent to these diseases in instantly allayed EyenndSklo JtIscnippleshappedand chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They tire not food but 11borse3ents per package Some people put on airs just to raise the windiEating and SteepingfFood supplies the substance for fAo pairing waste of the body andS gives strength Sleep affords the op hBothcant eat and sleep Jake Hoods har It creates n good appetite nti tones thet dlgeitve organs and it gives the sweet restful of child hood Be sure to get Hoods Biliousness iscured by Hoods Pills 2 5centSiIts elevator that wont work both ways FBE3 BLOCD ORXr nOffer Provlae Fidtbia Sifftrcrs is your blood pure i Are you sure of slowlyDoesyou pimples Kriiptions Mb jug IIOrllBoUstbreath Catarrh Ate you pdt If so purify your bluodiat once with BB JBo4aRLn Blood Blm It makes the blood pure and rice heals sore said gives a clear smooth healths skin Deep seated ases like ulcery sweUtuigsblood1IUmaJe ciilU for all obstinate isditTeouutB B E drains the poisons and hu inert gut of the blood and entire system GlveItrrttdronghly teMMl 4k 38 pars 8eW tSIlarHruay te triiulbolsgivai- aws Y abnletelv free Inc it ehlullm mond by IWfjr A lLmaj- I YbeuaeWIaThTIIIIP ttetallItw bttt tie l1Ifrr tlJi 1 Iii What among human ills are more anv noying titan piles The afUiclions that revent active exercises aro bath- iiough but one that makes oven rest amoailiItsa ohtinatetabes 75 eta Perry Thomas July 41 m Heated arguments over the best way to keep cool are in order IT IS RIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Patient Medicine l From Sylvan Valley NetvsBrevardXC e tineditorpublicly recommend anyof tin various proprietary medicines which flood lie market yet as a preventives suffering wurdforJiiamberlaliia Diarrhoea Remedy We have known And used lila medicine iu our family or twenty years and have always found oflilafering white a physician is awaited e do not believe in depending im pliclty on medicine furs cure but we do believe that if a bottle of Chain Dharriioeallemedywere kept n hand at thin in ception of an attack much mtfrnrlng i avoided anti in very many eases the presenceof a physiixn would hot be required At least this lias been our experience during the past twenty T y sadhomasl ataouteWe have sold many jlilTerent cough Remedies but none hiss glyerrjiettttt aiuyaMrNewark N J It is perfectly safe And can be relied upon caKsespt tujnghs colds or hoarseness Sold Berry Thomas julylllu Homo ties are usually apron strings W ApSptacessjestic thing The 8haddvr bt eclipse which threatens itiiiaksKittha more prized It stands forexperienoe rluatisaeM it so often kineatift nothing iHra second childhood of auth ihtj What makes the difference Vrry lately the care of the stomach hii youth and the full strength of ifliw- tbteui ktkettaeem aterlnnieuh- zeat 4544ICIJ Wabust it ijvs irortt it tHJam H We dont antler roiiva1hli1le4ip r 4 ule the iwetled nouri li atom to tine body sid thin bodt nsi F DrcJL i pepswdlgis av iotw It Invhiss4t hiyItHMkai old people sro- a1tsyerDbottbstiIisatbb41 Wkh VMiie eiy sZpsi wonw bat u- uisqid a Solik and is a eertaiii aisit fof etillU aad fdtvvr in f Mtttt Sf T 1ri rrL I Ii tr rrnD tSDWS th h 1111T ir J IZ11T y E PatrQioaInIe ca 4 4ohrrtop ths7kINMIAYGive protection agaioit FIFE LIGHTNING AND TJKNADO Tfo auenunt calN on mmber when losses refchargedtltepfOJlle31rfaJlnitcttlnebalf nyatlawIthroOlllt TriiMlmpanyJ tARTEnPrettymayUIY o O BOa WORTH oet FOR SALE I hlgbgradeCosSeptember lit inoo will icll publicly also rent my tarni and other Some Ihete Cow are extra milkersW Richmond Ky Dr llotiis fl tantoan VOKB West NIflUtBtreet Cincinnati Ohio 11 be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JUtt 11 1900 returning every second each RichmOlld I GaHALL CHAROBS r AID fTII bsve lon1dlelrnlCOVNOTON I EEIIEOCEl OO l Aences- ljnneIm hat n llIi1iltlilt mei pept PII in zzp oa iaaiis OIrJJ Theres no nood iAthe 1 ROW 1AIR41 YthilIflnd thJr d no l iUg Pond EXPO August1W1etr 1900 = =1314151617 18== 1900 I 30000RBftUM Stock Hide Races FIeeTHE Pro BAND 35 Fine Lads direct from H ungary In Dally Concerts 35 TilE WERNTZ FAM- ILY6MEMBEHS6 Aerialists SupreIr personal property mayOlm Widelldaio Theso celebrated families will give FREE onoh Joy In front of tie grand stand 30000 Live Trotting Pacing Running ttIactionsHUNGARIAN MILITARY PERFORMANCES TilE BIILWOKTII FAM- ILY8EM13EISS Unrivaled Acrobats Jhe 8EC DJA I VXJIAWill Inrlude the most gorgcoiw exenslve and attractive array ot amum melt featuroe the best and highest priced artiste iiwl time grnndist isurc gatlon of Oriental aril modern noerty features CIr iongriiriln umiu one uanagemcnt YOU CANT A TORI TO MJSS IT F V SIIANKIi scrntaiy loxlncton Ky yEscursIon rats on all rallrunls Sei rnytprs nnl mill h mil Isfli SHOES A FEAST ir OF i lOW PRICES 1uWe are going to make a SW3EPING REDUCTION 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 thut money can buy They wear right look right and fit right Youll be right if you buy them Listen lOur Prices Are Talking Ladies Kid Shoesprice SI 50 Cut to Si 10 u u h 200 160 2 50 h 175H 35O 250 Oxfords 1 O 75 1t 150 100I PatLeaLher 300 l 2 25 sItii s Titti and lllaolr Viyi hQcs 350 2 75 ft I 300 225 2 5O 1 75 Culf Shoes 5 1 60 it i 1 50 110 Do you want to make money If so buy shoes from us You can make money by saving Itt teetcc TO THE FEH3T OF LOW PRICES u FREEMAN BROSOPaSSERICHMOND KY n Chr1c s ha Seam s mm Tile V Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J876 Prkes 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Drainage Is a Pcrraaneat ImprorcBKit Inside Diameter Irlcepor price of ranches 4ppror1VeIeht ofor ehCba4 isoo E ti SJ iw 00 = is2s jlt 1s ii 9 n 11 10310 ro o3812 mw Price list F O B Cars at FactQr sir t z grew1oforcA well drained farm will cause you to be remembered 1101 srL1mnarbesnitOnly and best 1PS and the bestmv tmeiit jossible 1lllctory at SJAICYSTN1I N P 0 WACO fAD- IoF u1 IYi t ff i TO GOVERNOR RWSEVELT f INew York City Verdict faith nn Indian A black kitten makes n black cat antI that which a man said a vtmr ago he thinks to day tile Journal has filed with you a petit Ion for the removal of time Mayor of this lown It bolntera its cause with abuse and ainean namevallitiv aiinnU at the Mayor And it purrs and rubs about your hoots cbaxlujily and seeks to flatter yon intugoiig iiavillaiu path You are nnswervinxly hmiest and of imlnnitable Integrity slut fear less trithout a Jaw and a slave to Inn Ton are given forty kinds ol bouquets by the Jiiiiriml and di cribed as hitlif short of pure godlike At tlia frakinhi pinch and lest the Journal in its Incmme burniiiK set you wild The Veniict will recall you to tilt Journals real opinion of you This hi what it printed of you fifteen uwiitlis IIJU- AltIOit is what it strictly lielieves 10 d y Rend it von may thereby meas ore the Journal in its purring You may galti some glint of the amount of truth contained in the Journals pres ent assault on Mayor Van Wyck by estimating the trutbstjtui iu its thou attack bnybu lIE RILLs AX OLD OKAYHAIRED WOMAN You had the power to free this State from a shameful spectacle Governor Jlousevelt Without any conditions relying entirely upon your judgement the CoiiHiitution of thin State the States supriuueIawgIvcs you power to cuiiiiuutu or reprieve after conviction You have preferred to order a womans killing Vanity has driven you to this the etupid vanity which makes you feel that you an accident of the war are especially ordained to enforce the law That same vanity led you peaLCfulcllizeu youInflictmiserable old grayhaired woman This is a shame on the State and a suarnoon you You must feel it even through the thick skin you wear It is Said of you that you once killed a bear in a trap you are killing an old woman in a trap new You know that the youiocrnorvants of the prison will shudder and turn white as they obey your brutal order to strap tLc struggling frantic halfdemented creature into thin chair You know that it is disgrace to civili Mifonyou feel ilj your cuurHge fails the first hurst of Kooeevelt vanity in satisfied mid you begin to count the cost So you say that yon will prevent the newspapers from publishing the shocking details The ordinary Ulan killer first thinks how to prevent the newspapers from printing the details But neither you nor your fellowkillers of men can prevent publicity or silence the one thing that you dread You thingduneyoushall bo told Your work is the work of the citizens that elected you They shall know how you have acted and- for what you have made them responsible Every woman and man every member of your family shall know in what manner you put a helpless old woman to death She is a murderess and interly repulsive all admitted But with the express power vested in you to imprison her for life you elect to kill her and disgrace this State It is easy for you at a distance to command tho work to be done With imagina Lion on a par with that of the helpless bear you shot you cannot realize the horrihle thing in advance Kn the newspapers will make you realize it yourfuuuuilythickfoul fur many months to come You take an old woman thin weak wHoted by dave and nights of terror You tell her III thin early morning that throughthebarn her leg strtp tier into the chair half cover her face hum and shock her to death anti turn her body over to the doctors for dissection and burial in quiet lime You are a thickskinned animal an abnormally constructed creature to treat a woman so to tho commutation that decency demandsI stud that the law authorizes von to grant If you were in that deathroom and the old woman were brought into your presence to be killed you woald s killingtoppeddlfgnst von the Helplessness of the woman however guilty would soften thingdoneof vanity crazed with love of notoriety abstractdecencformance to go on Governor Roose arailureaccldenlallwar JURnhilla wound in his hand which no one eNe ever MW They will have forgotten the bumptious nwacger about a mind dutylhey tobeWillBovrnor killInso shocking that the abolition of capital punishment is due to it Roosevelt ThisIswear to the end of your days It will remelulerlld dColonelminds when your operabouffe military memoryTheodorewas so brave so chivalrous so fret thnthehaired woman A line line for the theJournalThe heroine in the light opera was reluctant I do not like to marry a mere black shmldoringlyBut smith whispered tho brave hero wonderabassothishaveDetroit Journal NAWEAK STOMACH rAFFECTS YOUR WHOLE BODY FROFITOPTOBOTTOM i jVIEll 1 icaliVjS GIVES STRENGTH TO THE STOMACH PURITY TO THE BLOOD AND LIFE TOTHELUMG5 4r t v LZTTZaOmIS riitiHAu so ti6sl II was a sufferer from femle Weak ness Every month regular j as the mPnns Came I nnlnnc PERIODSoFSUFFERING GIVE PLACE TO PERIODS OF JOY in uterus ovaries were affected and had leucorrhoea I had my children very fast and it left me very weak A year ago I was taken with flood lug and almost died The doctor even gave me up and wonderS how I ever lived I wrote for Mrs Pinkhams ddvicd at Lynn Mass and took her medicine andbegan to gctwell I took several bottles of the Compound and used the Sanative Wash anti can truly say that I am cured You would hardly know me I am feeling a id looking so welL Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made me what I amMnsJ F STRETCII 461 MECUAXIO ST CAMDEX NJ How Mrs Drown VasjIelpdl I must tell you that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has done more for me than any doctor I was troubled with IrregularS menstruation Last summer tho use of your Vegetable Compound and after taking two bottles I have been regular every month since IA recommend your medicine to nIl MRS MAGGIE A BBOWN W ST PrPLEASANT N J Q4- 1Qfl1 MOO rR T R I TRI UTB tSTmmH I In my estimation the most pleaeant feature in Mr Steven i sons character is the absoluteyS of his thought consistency of his moraleflailing A professe sublime truths of then3 Christian religion ho neverv g word or deed affords ground forsoVen stmpiclon of the g of hmbtfalthu 1 have never known g gisg ceptional intimacy running g through nearly twenty years I g have never known l to utter g under any circumstances a syl g g lahle savoring of profanity irrev 9 erence or impurity gi WUiimwroww Prevented a TragedyiTimely Information Long of New Stritsville Ohio prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many rcineiics and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr Knigs New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat lung and chest troubles Only 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store 0u STOCK AND FARM H N Garnett has purchased 10000 bushels of wheat at 70 cents and is still buying Jynthiana Times G It Stafford reports that he has recently lost two valuable young cattle from an unknown disease They stil fened in the shoulders and died within twentyfour hours after first being at tacked Owenton Herald J Granville Cecil sold to 0 II Wier ges St Matthews S C a Wilkesdamfor 3iJ0Fhiowas Metcalfe delivered Saturday to Cocar Davis 3300 bushels of wheat which he sold at 75 cents His crop made about 25 bushels to the acre Danville Advocate Gay Bros of Warren county sold to parties from Dwight Illinois a 4 yearolil combined Highland Denmark gelding for S500 C T Worthington- of Boyle county sold to W T Brown of fouryearold saddle stallion Blond Squirrel by Kind Squir rel dam Maud by Great nlghu for cattlehuverJ B Kennedy and L 11 M Bedford ot county tit 5 25 per cW1 ami C IL Metigs cattle at 475 to S525 per cwt four hundred and fiftv cat Steersbrought3 to 4 cents cows at to 3J cents A lot of sheep were sold at from 3 25 to 340 per healGeorgetown Times After many intricate experiments scientists have disco ered methods fur obtaining nil tIme natural digesUints These have been combined In tho pro protion found in the human body and upthepound called Kodol Dyxpepsln Cure It dijieslM what you eat and allows all 1I0urishinglouding radically cured by the medicinal agents it contains It is pleasant to take and will give quickly relief Per ry Thomas THE KILMER FACTORY IN ASHES The fire which destroyed the Immense Swamp Root medicine plant of Dr mostdisBiiighnmton However the Kilmers resumed business next morning though not at the old stand which was a heap of smouldered ashes While the firemen were yet pouring water on the burning Uhcuango street establish todonotbecourtesy of other prominent firms and citizens the large factory and adjoining forthbenefit 1lndheretemporary factory will be turning out Swamp Root the great Kidney Reme bottlesdCttime the full capacity of more than four times that amount will be produced Thin immenad demand fur Swamp Hoot belnterferredwltbOn perty which has just been purchased abutlutelyplans for which have been nearly com pleted Dyeing is as simple as washing when you use PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Sold by C L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panola Ky july4lm IF CAN LIVE It I can live giveAOr een throbofIorttoaachtughesrtOr by II I can lend A strong band to tekitcs1 or defend The rlgnt against a tingle envious strain My though burs fairTouThe purest Joy alloyIiAat twill be well If on that dr ot days the aa eU test Of we ph lId erbe t forone of Thine Helen Hoot JackaoB The firelo nri th Thtted tts Ass f Canada during Umo 6M uso4 si 1100 IlQf t1L WMlCN WAS hItarrodburz Sayings Thursday sic colored thriller hands were overcome by heat while working on Mr Brace Bontas farm east 01 town and next day Dill Hughes one ttf the nuuier wuit rgidn stricken He suddenly Lppmiiervmleiitly Insane and ran against trees Aver fnces etc till caught He watt rational at times mid in hllI1idPIIIUlenlil1o begged tinin to tie him Buying ifedid not wish to hurt anyone hut he soon lost cniisrioimtieM and ilied after several hoiim terrible siihieritig It was gen erally supposed dust hllied of sun strokf hut the physicians pronounced the malady spinal iiisiiilIgtii Others hciwflvpr that he lied of liy drophoMa for a wlwkur ten days be- ref Bill who was feeble mindedcame cciouuiescratched and cut und said that a big him lieveralVolcanic Eruptions sjAreife of joy Bucklens Arnica 1e1 cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Bolts Felons Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by lerry Thomas Druirgests BRAVE JAMESMADISON When a young man James Madison was elected to the Legislature of Vir ginia he wanted a second term of office ansi although nominated failed of election Many of his friends deserted him at the votint for his opponent And they gave i reason for their desertion Janes Madison will not treat us He was f ait litnll v warned but he would not surrender his principles and honOr They m a second reason and perhaps through shame emphasized this most Madfsoh is a oor speaker And so he was as a oung man but by diligence ansi prac iCe he became Otis of the chief speak rs of his state and nation ansi more he became President of his ation and when his term had ended nd he sought reelection little oppo came to him Let it be known to his honor while intemperance cursos the land James Madison will not t reatExA recently cured of dys pepsia gave the following appropriate rendering of Burns famous blessing Some have meat and cannot eat and some have none that want it but we have meat and wo can eat Kodol Dyspepsia Curo be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat t instantly relieves and radically cnres indigestion and all stomach disorders Perry Thomas THE SUM TOTAL The Atlanta Constitution J The following is an inventory of the assets of a defeated candidate as made by the Sheriff of his county One blind mule with saddle and mortgage on its back Seventyfive due bills to industrious campaign workers One house shingled plastered and mortgaged Twenty empty demijohns and seven small children with as many appe tiles But tho boys are not going to take warning from the above The excite gletWhat has become of tho old fashion ed boy who wore a brimless straw hat went barefooted wore his trousers rolled up and one gallus and always kept in his pockets a collection consist lug of a string a top some marbles a nail a knife with blades partially brok en fishing outfit a sliugshot a tew round pebbles an old knife for tradin purposes some loose matches some powder done up in a cloth buttons of various sizes and perbans adozen other articles of less value Every man of 30 or more years of age remembers hum and by looking in a mirror will in all likelihood see him For Emuruis Injuries piles and skin di seaees use DuWitts Hazel thtlve It is the original Counterfeits may be offered Use only DeWitts Perry Thomas CHINESE COMPOSITORS The Chinese compositor can not sit at his case as our printers do bill must JwuilkBluntly as the characters needed cover such a large number that they can not be put inti anything like thespaeeusml in the newspaper office In setting up an ordinary piece of manu script the Chinese printer will waltz up and down tho room for a few minute and then go down stairs for a line of lower case Then he takes the elevator and woes up into the third story after some caps and then goes out into the woodshed fur a handful of astonishers ColflpOsitOdoesnt but he needs to he a good pedestrian PopulitlsnreLouisville Dispatch and will make that paper their party organ in Kentucky Attorney W P Marsh of this place who is one of the leading members of the Peoples party in the State was seen ana in regard to this matter He stated that such a deal was pendint but he did not know what ivonld ithe result It is also stated by those in position to know that John Whallen and liii following will support the regu lar Democratic ticket this year and in that event he would have no further need for the Dispatch Putting these two things together it looks as though the Dispatch would soon be the proper t v of the Peoples Party Anderson News There are no better pills made than DeWitts Little Early Risers Always prompt and certain Perry and Thomas Patriotism a good thing but there is usually a penalty attached to an ex cessive demontration in this direction the celebration of the Fourth of WitS marked bythe usual number ot casualties in parts of the country Somebody has taken the trouble to gather statistics on the Riilt ject and the showing is frighful In 125 cities oO persons were killed und over 1300 wounded by firo works and in other ras connected with the jollifica t iuiuisExs watching porter at work whose sine foot was kept busj with neverslacking speed turning Isis swift wheel ronnd other rested patiently on the ground When the lady said to him in a sympathetic tone How tired your foot mutt be the mnn raised hits eyes mid said No maain It isnt the foot that works that Is tired it is the foot that stand Thats it If you want to keep your strength UI6t 11 you want to get tired do nothing As a matter of fact w 6111 know that the lust man to go to for a helping hand for any new undertaking ta this man who hubs plenty of time on hands It Is the roan and woman who are doing most who are always willing to do a little moroYouthis South land Wo have noticed very casually of course that the majority of single mOD nlladlt8cthat after marriage these same men like to go with well dressed Women The difference 1 suppose is that any young man can atlonl to go withii well dressed young mdv wiltll1 her pit wtiiieallwiihIfeway a ild fellow Iai purchasing agetit OThe admuihistruithoni has artetiwia ty In let efforts to secure fur public ser foeti huLumixu onythiufiewttos hiuss it been rieiermitwxJ triiiMljifc sjHtjfcwteace Thicfe wot k F 5I frOm Grim Humor itJ s piW wn flM Itepablicatu pist- tossti111ill v r EXCUftSI0NTl aM OLD itrMfilciMFTi On Tuesday July 2i thin Clieh Ohio railway will rnun low Pointi cursion from LqxingtoVr to Old C omfirtmmuid tboueaehiorofor blnlm round trip tickets will be 1solilat 513 good 17 days Stopovers will be allow edniii trip Through Sleepers will Innv Lexing ton oir duo everting train fur Old Point Gorufurt without chang- elortIuIlpartiularsalli sleeping car th ro yourkctG W Barney D P Lexington Ky I All the liars are not out west The Mobile News says an arU8tInthat uainled a dog so natural that tLiflniumnI- ad hydrophobia luring the bet wrath Hes the same savB the Press who irn inted a opy of a heir bottle with such skill that cork flew out just a e was finishing it and titter married ii painteda picture of his first baby so lifelike it cried and hist wile tlitcQterJdlJermltake THE LOUISVILLE TIMESIAT Richmond+++ twill be promptly delivered to residences and places of business by our localagent v Je To Hamilton Best State News Reliablellarket Reports Most Interesting Paper in Ky firs STOVES AT COSTl CHEAP GAS Do not have n gasoline explosionI when ypu can get Gas at thousand for cooking and heating This COUlpanyI Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Entourage the Use of the Gas Stove Once try a Gas Cooking Stove and you will never give It up It is hist as cheap as coal and alwaysreauly can hake in three minutes We sell Stoves at Cost and run pipe to curbing free and julIo time house at Cost Uso a Welsbach burner and incroaso your light five times and reduce your asbill twothirds Call at the office for particulars IMQ N WATER LIGHT Season fishing tickets 5 day tickets 25 cents 2n- iaytfNOTICE We wbnld call your especial attention to the fact that our stock of V1AL PAP R AND DE RATIVE DR IGN ust received are all new and of the choicest design and we Invite you to call at our DrugStore on Main street and Inspect same before buying elsewhere We have Mr W L LEEDS connected with us who will urnishestlmates on all work and decorate your rooms In the latest style and at reasonable prices We guarantee all work done by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet stationery paints and oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods you buy ornot liespt J PERRY THOMAS ccusoao 0 213 Main Street Richmond Ky 01111I n J 1I1I s 5 PLEASE yIiI I 1CANDY CATHARTIC 11JOe S25c SOc 1 S 0 S S IWHY BUY from and pay middlemen a good big profit when you can buy direct from a manufacturer and jobber at wholesale prices We manu facture everything in the paint line We buy in large quanti ties in order to get jobbers prices thereby enabling us to sell you for less money than those who buy in small quan tities without any practical experience in the Paint Business Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practicalexperience in the Paint and Wall Paper Busi ness we belive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities Geo M Willging Wall Papers Window shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass c- Pichmond Fair July 24 25 26 2- 7WE GUARANTEE-Dr Caldirells Syrup Pepsin to cure IndlJcstionSickwhen token according to directions W DR W B CALDWELL XT after taking twothirds or a fifty cent or on j dollop Ic foils to do as represented vro will refund the purchase price tAONTICCItOI7may6ra Richmond Fair July 24 25 26 27 THE GREAT ElksFairWinchester Ky AUGUST 123 premiumsBalloon The Marvelous Midway ExhibitThousands tionsSend for Catalogue W I Sa to Sscy Winchester Ky p I PITT BURG ENTRAL TOC K YARD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES f0 SHIPPFRS rearrangedItt Best Distributing Point East qf Indianapolis forj Balti more Washington Philadelphia Nijw York and alt Eastern markets t Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks attentionI Pfl1VATEHOIiSESALESEVERY WEEULIAY SIMOK OlJONNELL J General Mgr d FENCE Sornethllg New In Farm Fence LexingtonKy COILWIREBefore WE 1UT IT UP FOR OU ot ii ji TVI T i Co4Flayt LTCHR OIl 0 WITT f TSLTIP11ON42I= IwI i i J S SSS bottle DRUGGISTS sssssruiptirisqes SPRING1 j j r g3s6 zEl aa 0 e- L f j 0 LaF = F1 Bue zeo O 3 w 6Y =eIt v E4 t19 Ei3i I tE1j- 1l r ztIu We wish to announce to our IffiW friends and customers that jjj ljour line IS complete for D J IJSPR1N 1I1i fJIElipj our goods early and can offer in gjg Llbenefit3 of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c J correspondH ihi jJJEli3 IiijH- w S OLDllAiflS SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLE1IAM ft fiJE3frwEl E3 6 1l D E i 8 ll El EiD EJEh fj6r i A BOON TO MANKIND Gt DTABLERS BUCKEYE E 1r m2OJa Zr Z fc IU1 1r1i Irll f l PILE I CURIE I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN FAILEDUBESJAMES F BALURDS8liiPrprlel 3H Heft Mali Sfnet ST UJUIS HO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists Jallloy SEMIANNUAL STATEMiENT OF rii- iSodthenlit MutuaJ Investment Co t LEXINGTON KY SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 26I9OO STATEMENTTotal msumliercsfcoupons lQue1 Ilyrar EndnwmenL8ondTutat of Coupons ned 6 year lintlutisnent 1tttWj j 41i Total nnmbcr ot lionponi luuedNumber coiinona paid eltp Number pa coupons 4lNunibercoipong lapsed ant cnncelIediU5esSCoU number co na la foree Total patti im coupons redeemed Total paaiea to Reserve Fufld 353418 iiscfi is Iuiconms fmrn December ss iiu to JuneDtsbase a1toltows4 sismPaId on t2fTIasied toKeserritKand 17653 93 borne aed oftices is lilyldentufa advertLdng and other expenses Including sgent onsh I499GO Ilalanceu We f 1009 Jl Totsil p weut to Reseric i l LiLess ilcath iIaima caett surrnder etc ASST AND LMaLf7 Loans on Re ssorts rei ASSETSpIMe as teal csUte eer apreyed IL5tockMsboe1FarisIlur aii iaiu Cshoshi LLIAELITflkict Re 4Aamniitt rs scI 1 IM BOWVALBeCretis IrretiEMtidVdJUtit5ul crstary ot iiN MNtNQoLary Pb Pavetloat3 Ky