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U 1r w1rurr I 4 1 iF r tiL t 2- r t IFS Il h FkvR1j144 r j T TIiERICIiMOND CILIMAX 4I4t i VOLUME i 27 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 25 1900 NUMBER Al = 17 JeiicledEPAIItJa AND RDtttAtr TIMEING UINE WATCHES ciIiiti I s b a All Work Qnaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND Ky iIiiJiiJiiJiiIiiJii q4oOtJu AMERICAS FAVORITE URAND 1 ChUBaFULL GkUARTS Delivered Expressage paid anywhere directly acces sible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed directfromReference Any bank express company or com mercial agency In Louisville HUB COlDEWEY I CO 231 W Main Si Louisville Ky The New Woman scilokuowtoo prmcrtloniv2tten Manufactured by THE FLORENCE MEDICINE CO Red Oak Iowa U S 8 u q i GEHTLEMEHS DRIVING ttffAGOH V We only the of material all up to date attachments J Splendid Finish Price is right We can make it an + inducement for dealers to i handle our work We manufacture a full line of light pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and 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Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty iO81ce at my viable on corner First and Water Streets tticlimonil Ky apr7ly II C J2iWBR JIL D- urgeryct1tlcJl1 VTJtiPratlmr Building Main Street Trlthhone lit residence tIe Cur place on Broadway UitnMOJU KENTUCKY G VKVANS M H PnylcxAK AND SUUGKN RICHMOND KENTUCKY DEN1ALlnraGE1itr I Dr OatanXVue V t0m DEimT OP LOOWTJUB r unalnr1Rlchm8ndnorlTly h fi Pfieb SMITH OEN1IST wnffice over Taylor Bros Hardware Store Main Street JanlMy yyyyyv ABVICC PATENTS AS TO PATENT llIn TItAIfiKS FR1ECrYTIS Notice In InTenttre Ages Book Hotoobllnlaten1s CM SOC UU PMUSIV4- Leti tietv cOnddeMM Lt L i JsSSaEn a vea Alf WC a me BEAUTY HEALTH LONGEVITY A 30Day ComtnonSrntt 97orne treatment fur one dollar r Thr Lady Florence Remedy a jclflo X and strength caused by ailment peculiar totheir own ex The Lady Florence Remedy Is not a cureall but a cure for dlneann woman eton and UnfOn wbobas treated more compllcattd cues ot female dlvaM pertmp than any one other InillTiilual It now Is offered for the first claae2yackao use best Has Q prl8Gm SOTV UKEAT VA1UKT7 AND MUrill BEAUTY are features of the articles of our display The makers hnvn created many new deMjins in COMES HAIP PINS etc and there are many charming ciinibitiations of gout and silver preciousfAnti our prices will not lessen the at traction these Hrltdcs possess Lit tie figures murk each of them F J YEAGER YouVant+ + + The Truth AND YOU GET IT IN THE TwiceaWeek oarierJouruaLj DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS tSalullayS The TWICE A WEEK COURT EUJODRNAL U the equal of many dalles and the superior of all other t prints more real newt more goodclass matter more good stories than any other leaned Wednesday and Satur tiny A o5d to afreets Sample copies free on application Write to COURIERJOURNAL C- OLOUISVILLE KY By a Speqial Arrangement you CAN GET TIlE CLIMAX and the Twicea Week CourierJournal both for one year for 125 This U for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination oiler must be sent through the CLIMAX office YOUNG MEN Vzuiaandgood character education to LEARN TELEUttAPaY Railroad Account ing and Typewriting This ia Indorsed by all leading companies as the only perfect and reliable institution of its tiul All our graduates are assisted to potltloiu Ladies als admitted Write Air free citnogne Fall term openn August 15 ULOUB TELEQRAPH COLLEGE Lexington Ky llune6m f U TINa WA5H BOILER I 11 PATALtOWD MARCH ISm la9gl SHOWING COILED IECTTOM STEAM PIPES EB 10 Irarlnz of rfbllie as t uh rhipia- e threcfolHlI lLr ur ircwllr P r0t T 300 G rr Jlottum f2Cajftr nf IXbOYrrcIHttHStvtlnM sii cf ab CircalalifiZ Wasko feik CB 4 Kk SOTi ilkclatJe- Jti4 J ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COUTIF SANFOEIOLbIIAMJect to the action of the Democratic party RCnItAto the action of the Democratic Party RAYDURNto the actlop of the Democratic Party TEVISaaction of the Democratic party MMILLERject to the action of the Democratic party JESSECOBBto the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B WAL tothePox 8UEBIFF FWAGERSDemocraticparty WBALLARDSheriff subject to tho action of the Democraticparty MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party Pox ASSESSOR OLDHAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LDAKEIlcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATIIBUAGE theDemocraUeWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party JAILER CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PARRISU 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 PEnKINSaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N n JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party PaR SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of Count Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party JTRIBBLEtheDemocratic INFALLIBILITY OF THE MOIIMON PRIESTHOOD This is the giirpntic doctrine of the Mormon Church Church of Jesus Christ of the LaU rJay taints lle cause of this belief comes all kinds ol unreasonable doctrines unchaste prac tices over conliiluncc in leaders and the wildest of fanaticism I TIlE 1MUESTHOOO ESTAB LISHED by ullicial writings ltuv to lori Smith 1835 There are in the church two 1ricsthoods namely the Melchlsedek and Aurouic including the Levitical IriesthootU V 8 Tim Melcliisodek Priesthood holds i he right ot Inisideucy and hiss power anil authority over all the ollluf in Ihe church in all ayes of tho world u thingsV office in the church are apppnddaxea to the Irietithood HighPriesthooddek have a right to olhciate in all the o Hi cud in the church V 18f The power and authority oi the Higher or Melclrisedek 1riebthuod tlpiriLuulblessinjsprivilege of receiving the mysteries oi the kingdom of heaven to have the heuviuB opened UtiLe them to com mUltI with the general assembly and church of the Unit born and to enjoy the communion and presence of led the Father flInt Jesus the Mediator of the new covenant Doctrine and covenants K 334f IL Everything in the church subject toJo8servant Joseph to be a presiding elder over nil mychurch to be a translator a revelator a seer and prophet Doe trine and Covenants P 444 V 125 All merely human religions or politi cal institutions all stat s kingdoms empires uiust be dissolved the dross Df ignorance and falsehood be separated and the golden principles of unalloyed truth be preserved and blended forever in one ctnitolidated in visible eternal government of tho toThieolouy08 1 J 0 P 1C In 1857 when A S Johnson was sent YoungPreslol1aws We are invaded by a hostile YullgGavterritory of Utah forbid all armed of Whatever description from coming into this territory under any pretense whatever their prqnhel holds the keys of revelation of the oracles of God to rlJhttodividuals churches rulers nations and antleslabUshkings presidents governors or judges nUll to ordain and anoint them Pretty ChildrenIe We have three children Before the birth of the last one raywlf used four bot ties of MOTHERS FRIEND If you bad the pictures of our children you could see at a gance that the last one li healthiest prettiest and flnestlooklajr of them all My wife thinks Mothers Friend is the greatest and grandest remedy in the world for expect ant mothers Written bra Ken lucky Attorneyat Law W IHEHS minetenths of UK fRIENnpreTtnts ihecomlBgmthcrj Incident 4 cWW disposition and temper remain uarmlfkd throughout the ordeal because this relax Sing penetrating liniment relieves the usual distress A goodnatvred mother Is pretty sure to have a goodnatured child The patient is kept ia a strong healthy condition which tbc child also taherfcs Bothers Frkndfakes aurlfe throagh Oe ertsls and almost palalesslyi II assists Jn Jlerraplt cery a4 wards eff the dangers that so often follevdc livery Sold 1111a heMt tHE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA lNorttnr frei4Pitrted Mepeiio1 1ec IC 1p Civ i UIHT several liolv callings i also In instMHl warn or repniVo them by tim heulolfPliB lJrijYuhUIIIrlclvnrn murdcritl In itjlilbliioil Latnr this bauie Url hHm claimed to receive a ivveUthiu Hiprtiylng hill ns a rkht Hiiu8 tril Mhetim earned out would wreck use principles of our gov ernment which was established for Dm pcopiesocietywhichestablishing But the greatest of all it would sap the very foundations UI the Christian religion that master died to establish perfectlyinrallaLIIBecause as we have seen they claim to have tho Melchfradek order of thelriestiioodcommune with God and receive daily revelations Pres leo Q Cannon in a sermon April 5 1897 saidhr would just as soon think of heaven entering into dims anti the throne of God being shaken to its foundation as to think that the priesthood of the Son of God had gone wrong in its authority or that the Lord thingItfight against or in any manner oppose time Priesthood IIJhlttcher matter Again What I tho L id have spoken I have spoken and 1 excuse not myself and though the heavens and earth may pass away my word shall not pass away but shall all be fulfilled whether by wine own voice or by the voice of my servants it is the halite Doctrine and Covenants P NhThey shallspeak as they are moved upon by time Holy Ghost Again And whatsoever they shall speak when moved upon by the Holy Ghost shall be scripture shall be time will of the Lord Doctriuru and Coy enants 248 V4 Mr U 11 Roberta in his new book SlIO The doctrines whhh our prophet teaches ua the revelations ol particularceived them from time lx rd Almighty at first hand by revelation there is left no room to plead time error of lib toriaim or of translators and certainly the Lord would not reveal erroneous or untrue doctrine New Witness P 2ii Again Brother Joseph fmith turned to Brother Brigham Young and staid Brother Bngham I want you to take the Stand arid tells us your views in regard to tho written oracles Hud the written word of God Itrolh er Brigham then tixik time stand and be took the Bible anti laid it down he took the hook of Mormon and laid it down and he took the book of Doctrines anti Covenants and laid it down before him and said There IP the written worth of God In ns concerning the work of God from the beginning of the world almost to onrday And now said he when tlmpur1with the living oracles those books are nothing to me those hooks do not convey tliH word of1td direct to us now as do time words of a HtiiyLriestlmoodI would rather tIme living oracles than xll the writing in the books That was this course he pursued When he was through Brother Joseph paid to the congregation Brother Brigham hag told you the word of time Lord and lie hiss told yoU the truthmOfliciai re hyViIforsIChurch of Latnr Lay saints Again Mr Woodruff said nut I want you hi understand thin one thine the Holyx Priesthood and power of God do not stop there it hoes notstop with the Presidency It does not stop with time Twelve Apostles it does not pop with our leading men of Israel This is our position to di y bnforo his world Every man fhnuld have the Holy Priesthood with him of pnnie pnlIthhKiiion of this kind The Holy Ghost should be with nvery man The Holy Ghost is with that man revelation is with that man if he lives lila religion arid does hlx duty before God hlasphemouAInsinful man with all his cunning sinful schemes In the third itistreasonahlp because no man ran be a true American citizen and a Mormon at tliesame time They will riot go hand in hand toil withstanding their statements to time contrary seem to have forgotten from whenco they came and out of what they are made and what they are cariablo of accomplishing Also they seem to have never seen the statement ill the Book corceruing adding to and taking front those sacred statements All for truth LKONAIID L Kviu Spains irrairit Nerd Mr B P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AlkenSU Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his bend0mm using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knows that it cures liver antI kidney trouble purities the blood tones up time stotn itch strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every much nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need It Every hot tle guaranteed only 60 cents Sold by Perry S Thomas Druggist 1 WHY IT WILL WIN Washington Times On the whole the chances for a Dem ocratic victory appear cood cnouirh to Infuse n courage and eutliu siHmu into the campaign fur the Consti tution against the trusts Platform and candidates are of a character to inspire confidence The party is more harmon ious slid united than it hiss been in years Its opponent Is less than lisa been the case in a longtime Outward Iy the iron discipline 01 Hnnna HectireR the appearance an unbroken hilt there is sleepseated trouble behind the scenes The miildlo Western Ife publicaiis are still angry over Porto departurefromthe Constitution The harboring of es moped fugitives from justice under in dictment for capital offences by Republican Governors ia retelllld hyde cent men in the organization and there are other rifia within the Hanna machine lute which properly encouraged Hiul wedged open ought to mako a triumph of the American people over their enemies at the polls in November a matter not of probability but of cer tainty That ThroJfliiBff Hntdacke Whould quickly leave you If you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thous ands of sufferers havo proved theIr matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They made pure blood and strong nerves and build itpyour health Easy to take Try them Only 25 ccnta Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 jistri6t273713 an iiicrwwe of 48 32i since time census of 180 It has been delnonHtratqfl by eX preVentedCough ureoThitl ill time favorite rem AIIthmaitt1Oureiqurcldy Pry 4 TJ1OR1M oe Consumption bythei ical authorities state that it is a curable disease and If one of the happy things I about it is that its victims rarely ever lose hope You know there are all ions of cureAclaims We only say that If taken in time and tic laws cf health are properly observed theg GOTTI I can thro oil the disease 4 have thousands of test I theyIthis malady drawSCOTT ietr York j n TilE INTERDENOMINATIONAL COMMITTEE While thn great hpart of the Ameri tiepthsbyIlIttlvesofIndiageneral flow of sympathy such stories excite the noble and oven heroic part playingd ttrtttI With the pestilence ragingon every tilde anti thousands dying of disease and starvation the Mission aries have bravely remained at their hytlltlrfought back the famine with time slender weapons at their disposal but with a sublime faith in Providence mind in time prompt generosity of time Ainniictn people How they are succeeding tills handtohand battle will death may be gathered in part from the pOut of a meeting of the Ihristiau Herald Interdenominational Mission ary Committee at Bombay India an account of which recently appeared in that paper This committee is com posed of representatives of every de timeftsiiinmt IIlIdRoMission is secretary Tins committee was organized in India at the request audJililrihutcits readers and friends in America beingdunnforward by thus committee Its ex perience the famine of threo years its wide work in this famine time personalcharacter of the men and timeyrapretutdirtnull whom they distribute aid to time people are American MIssonariet in direct contact with time suuercns makes this time very best channel reliefIItrconditions i bf report toes onto say These te iiu diriguiHing time fact that the distress lliortatityfromurapidly becoming larger Over whole provinces the conditions are worse than IJIghtyt lienSthere were a hundred All the rest deathAimsiIlicted village but through a large bection A resolution passed by the commit tee in April requires nil Missionaries receiving funds through the committee to Use time money for the relief of famine sufferers and tn no ease to apply it to mission woik It was also decided that III appurationlng funds the main ltml orutlull should he the severity of time tatnine III time respective areas at tahearea and the funds available from other sources The Quito with its 200000 bushels of corn sent to Bombay by the Christian timetitmitemiwith corn lOntributLtlhy time American people reached its destination in fafHiy and already the corn has been starvimigpisIlenative women in little hand mills so ntallifeadaimityummeal willklepchilddurlllJliken Villett8 the well known ofIiittilmetrip to India says I bave Just retuned front another famllledlstrlttsverified thc worst stories I have read or heard of the Buffering and distress of wandisritig roadsidefruulvultures feasting upon human flesh nil these things are only too true The land swarms with multitudinous living skeletons I have grown stomachshollowed sutfeniimgforstarvation is simple anti only hideous The death rate is appalling despite doinlitsmoney raised and sent by England te doing a lot of good but time money Unix Dent is not yet sufficient to cover this widespreadtlistrss nor time multitude of hlns on time part of time natives in charge of the Relief Works It is a pleasure to add however that orAmellIlMliwlonaric reach time siittcrenr In a direct way and insuch a that American dollars go farthnr amid do inJnghisim atehlarlrendlnJtIv they serve to emphasize the fact help of the American people is liensfromhnstUn Herald is doing an amazing tiwotmrt of good And still nm money le needed for time rainy eaeon ap proaches and heaven only kjiowK how these unsheltered sntrerersure to be laved onlylurmllsH andrhaJU88 ociockIatimrday rJ1l1rJI1nltjltsroed ofthcomp i fivtly small Jalf1amlitT11o4it f PRESIDENTIAL TIMBER THE MOST FASTIDIOUS CAN BE SUITED IN HIS CHOICE Some people have a platform that they wont et any one cuss uilandon Some have a platform that no body else would stand on But below we give a list of Presidential and Vice iresldential possibilities uoiniiiatedui to tints pJatlormrepresent There jnay be others yet to hear rum- tiuclalibt Labor Party For Presi CnUforuisjViceSocial Democratic Party For Presi dent Eugene V Debs of Indiana VIce President Job Harriman of California DeLeon Socialists Parly For Presi dent Joseph F Maloney nf Massa cliusetta vice President Valentine Remuiill of Pennsylvania United Christian Party For Presi dent Rev S C Swallow of Pennsyl vania Vice President John G Wooley of Illinois Prohibition Parly For President John O Wooley of Illinois Vice Pres ident Henry D Metcalf of Rhode Is land PopulistsForPretIIu Nebraska Vice President Charles A Towiie of Minnesota RepublicansFur of Nebraska Vice Piesident Atllai E Stevenson of Illinois- Republican Partj For President William McKinley of Ohio Vice Presi dent Theodore Roosevelt New York Madison Boy in Missouri This from one of the Mimniri papers concerns a young Ulan who went Irom this county somo years ago to make a fortune and gain fame in the great State of Missouri LEON r FIFE This young gentleman was born and raised to young manhood in a State famous grass chivalrous sons fair women and fine hurtles lie emi grated to Missouri 12 years ago and engaged in the merchandise business BrownlngMo He came to tills coun ty on a visit to former Kentucky relatives got acquainted with Miss Cecil Denny a fairer flower in his eyes than be had ever beheld before in his native State in tact she was his Waterloo He surrendered his heart ansi was led a captive to this hymeneal nliar and she became his lifes companion lip purchased valuable farm property near his wifes father and is now engaged in the pgricnltural pursuits Leon is a young man of intelligence industry anti energy and will he a valuable ac quihition to the citizenship of our com munity lie Ia Bryan 16 to Demo crat of time purest strain He Is nn ac live working young Democrat a Democrat who never scratches his partys luWIIHlairLOIIIInble and culls it good and wholceom diet He is just such a Democrat as Prairie township wIll enter two sears injiee as its candidate for heriir and the man who passes under time wire before him will know be has been in an ole fash ioned horse race He will be our nexts- imeritfmmmark time wt hers prediction THE SMART SET If The Smart Setfor July does not interest summer readers thev may as well give over the task of finding any thing that will Its pages are full of the atmosphere of mountains and Ma and are written with all tIme art and fascina tion known to time cleverest oflivfni writers The novelette of time number When Reginald Was Taiolne 1y Edward S YaiiKila is one of time few really humorous lone stories ever tvri ten in this country Mr VanXiles story is so full of startling situatiore which are withal so comic that it must prove vastly entertaining to the whole reading Julien Gordon Mrs Van Reiisolaer Crinre to the number a remarkable social study entitled Thn Voice Within Gertrude Ather ton writes in her usual powerful style a thrilling story entitled Tim Striilinir Place Stephen Fikp contributes Irs reminiscences of The First Ocean Yacht Race in which he accompanied James Gordon Bennett on the Henri etta nrrocR time Atlantic Clinton lbsand Will K Harben have stories en titled respectively Fun White Doo and Angels Unawares other stories are by Vance Thompson Prince Valad itnir Vnnlatsky Howard M Hoke and W J Thorold ansI there is a in time original French h v Leon lIe Tinseau The poems are by Elcar Fllwl elf Chill ton collard Art bur Stringer Carolyn Well Frank Roe Bntcbeld r Ella Wheeler Wilcox and many others Time Boers took Nitrals Nek from the British last Wednesday capturing two RIIIIII nearly time fntire pquadron of the Scorn Grevs anti about nitmety men of this Lincolnshire regiment which composed the garrison The tight lasted all and Lord Roberts fears the- CAflllalitilS are heavy Nitrals Nek is about 18 miles from Pretoria ARVfDV VAT Slow of hairfood The hair has RAIR no life It is starved It keeps coming out gets thinner and thinner bald spots appear then actual The only good hair l food your r buy is Itt growthof comesfrom tJ r- HQilr viQor the roots stops starvation and the hair grows thickand long It cures dan druff also Keep a Yourdressing It always restores yhalralways 191 bttt AH drvcitetii iort9teted lor ebtlr Xr fcalf e falllw out TRY lad no I tho4ibt 1 would aboUle of It wted oRICM bottle knd mylakt- lPJHd falling out and lt it hew NI thick lomg XAVYJMOUCAPTLY ItIl 1M Yoaker NT N 1M 1aJIlit wmea4roah1sboksrsit an4 kaAtk yistIoIo wt it atoat yoar SaR t1 recet a rsffl answer A rsss itJctvzacii rt NgtrrI r LrE Water and Light Set JtI RIFFE arid have him to put you in a firetclassOsmiitarv jolt of IJtiirtliiin in your residence Also have him to furnish you a High Grads Elevator Cup Pump Keeps on hand all kinds of rum Supplies Pipes and VHhJtI Chandeliers every description of Iron Pumps Estimates for filting up residence in county with Plutnbjng anti Gas Machines and Wind Mills Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box 173- I have 20000 feet of the Best Quali ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices inayU3m ++++ CALL AT + + + dJ olfIlmi SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto Jate and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RTOIIJOHD KY Remember That I have purchased tbe stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N Depot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L GOTT n21ti Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efficiency It in permanentlycuresDysPcpSIa SickHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsandall Prepared by E C DeWItt 5 Co Chicago For tale by Terry Thomas Rt fn FOR WEAK MEN This rTeat Trench KemHrta within m T Teieli of very Amrlran It nita powerfully nnd qalrkly flew Im Perfect b His f iull ol 33 djs uii cl rICENERO Yontiemcn Wilt lOpln I08t mnrliooil and Old Men will recover thstr yortifil vlror It fits ono for business Ftn1 rr m rrt rp RCCEKERD cavalryVan rrfunlhiLlrculara free Address tho American offlco ot BORDEiiux CEDIHI Co t3iv tFor isle by Perry Ttom3Saept131y For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dweling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peath orchard well watered in goodstate of cultivation chulch aud school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mcli4tf White Hall Ky POPULAR CHEAP EXCURSION NIAGARA FALLS Thursday August 2 BIG 4ROUTE Ully 7 JeHi Tritt From CINCINNATI ALEXANDRIA BAY Thousand Islinrta TicRnteJSleplagCanduct by representatives ol the Big Four what III look after the wants of passenger ezennions need introduction to tlte rbIeand t e popularity ottkBfiFoarroute to wI htfa1oIa welllsown Full Inforniattea p4a1et for cant jobtalued from Big Four i3c oMce- WAJ J JYNCtt W Qe IjaesTktAgt 45pkTA5t la oerhaoJtttc AGENCY FOR THE AMERICAN ALL STEEL WOVEN WIRE FIELD FENCE Made of large strong wires heavily galMIlICI 1 I vanizciL Aiupljr jirovidcs forcxjpaosion i i snd contraction Only nest Bessemer 1122 steel rires used always of uniform a tOt j tinalty Kcygr goej wrong no J4 i Jjj flflhia DOEStt1 l cfticieatly mutilate but tl TtINl t CATTLEHORSES HOGSaso PIGS 1lEr 1 Ii EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS J CALL AND SEE IT Can show you how it wilt save you money And fence youI fields so they will STAY FENCED 1 1 1 We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes which we will sell cheap FOR CASH Dont forget we are agents for the Brown Cultivor at V- Liji B IAAWALJ i MPANY I + MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 71 I V 71 7F71 F 71 F Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PRPRIETfll Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FIRE WORK T SPECIALTY I+ +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind ol Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of tIme M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand n large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers ffVfo have the best workmen In Central Kentucky in rhnrgo of Pnrtiq4IivillJon application fm YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED a- J7S7VSES T H7S2VnLTON Proprietor FURNITURE JOPLIN220222 W Main St NIt is our aim to offer to patrons I uptodate furniture at prices as favorable as anywhere within reach andwith this view we are daily adding to our stock the latest goods Call inspect for yourself You will- profit by it Polite attention and generalsatisfaction guaranteedtc Read below Iron Beds S 8 00 up i9 upCouchesf upOddExtension Tables 5 00 up Also ask to see our full line of Folding Beds1 Cots1 Springs GMattresses Ladiesf Desks Chif foniers etc I Carpets and mattillgs J AT COSI FOR CASH t G tUSfDERTAKttlG A SPECIALTY Respectfully SiJOPLIN1 Nigbt Phone J 16 Day Phone 73 Watch For Our Grand j OPEMN iS i iv Ii V o f fe iifS T w = 1 1kI ii A f t 2 rpIuuu 1 ljtSJDwst h 1IThe Richmond Climax j o cuBNAor Proprietor A D 1ULLERDublnesa Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY JULY 5 11100 rDKtUIIKUCVKKVtVKIINrHllAY H- YThs Glimak Printing Go PRlf1r n AI ino 7 r DEMOCRATIC TICKET i OIL PBEIIIPBNt1 nIJIJtA t flJI N If r j XKBHA8KA pull viqB RESIDENT ADLAI KS KVKNSON OP ILLINOIS FOR OOVKRXUR J 6 JV DECKI1AM OF 8LSON roB BESS j HON OEO p GILBERT OP SHELBY WIIKXKVKK man and ihe dollar cofl1t fli lintlict thn Republican party ntaiidifMr the dollar flnt the Democrats ktiiiul fur Hie niiiu Villinni J Bryan pokingfWMI doesnt like IbNWveliti elouch hat Ho dare not r miuv it thuugh 2uth in jof the Republican nomination fu- tice1reiiiiiii would be left TUB Ilfpnblic n lealr of Lexington contained a full and fair account of the Democratic Stain invention It quotations fiom various speeches were truthful and complete nnd we rom nmiid Editor KohertH fur lila unit i xhi bition of journalistic rnterprUe nnd in- lrgrity Speaking ot tilt Iliilippiue war Mr MrKiuley nays Not a blow has bulI truck excnpt fur lilwriy ami huinani tvtmIliti slur benevolent warmaker every rend in history of thrusting hb erty npm any people by force of arnih And is tie slaughter of some 10000 ImtmnaultyNewYork joy flOOSESITSiIiVtOthe people nt St Joseph Never make the mis taks hint any system uf aduiinlatrztion will bring you prosperity for it will not do so This niust haveastonishetl those of his hearers who have been uniiilit to bolievo that all our prosperity cunied to tin through Mr llaimn unit Mr McKinly ExPitKsiDKNT HAKKISMN ihinki that liutimm innbrful this year and says lit would Hot IlutlI tnl if it went Domocnitir The Ynk Tribune Ihn gront npostlo uf itepubli ciinisin clHM8 New York mid Mivid gal ii ue iloiibtinl tsnititi this full Alto jintlKr hit Hipiililicjiiiriiire legiii lug to HWake fnun their pipe dream tliul lie filvur plank fpuls mill and In rrnl ltl that will bu the real insuu after nil- Noimrnumutmitamts will be made for ipeiiiiig uf time Democratic State i inpaign until tliH return here of Oov Jecklmiu next week says a dispatch Iniin Knmkfirt The headquarters will l locate at time Capitol Hotel and Mr IVrry Hnley will act as Secretary of it III Committee The imikeiip uf tlmi iiinimittce has not yet been dn tertnineil upon Former Uovcrnur 1imes II McCreary of lUchmund ih liiing xpnkuii uflit Cliairmnn ot time Coiuiuittee WE are gmd to see the prospective i MiiiliiliitOB lor county olliceti modest in prepontine their Ilniins Fniiunow in til Novembor t havn tight in vhieh there is plinr in the front rank i r uvery Deinoirat we iant alftinl to waste nnv oftuir Htrength In flglitint iaih other fr the lcid olllces Lt the Democratic votnm keep their eves on tin caudfdatuM mid Ift the one who docs till most for the State anti NatlQt al tickets Im the one to be rewarded with the emolument of office There will be plenty of time to settle private affairs after time November election Winchester Democrat WIIETIIEK drunk crazy or in his nor inal state of eruption do not know hut when William A Young of Kownn idunty nnisheil his dirty disrupting speech at the Demorratic convention J fit that hj should then and there have lieen fI to the hogs If he reflected the sentiments mivlmdy m Deui locatrhtimucost IlryHtftitnd Hecklmm tliousHiiils of v tOil The RepubllcHlis plioilld hire him to irmke a few hpeerhes in this caillpaiiii An a prominent Democrat ic State official anti an equally promi nent Krown Democrat Raid MV A Young does not represent the Demo fr tic party and nobody will pay nny intention whatever in MR utterances In time linguaga of Jnnifs B Beck wjio in time is W A Young LI F1BroerC1 LEXIMGTOM Kv WE DO i NOT CLAIM to have R monniwily nil all the low prie hut ilnrinjr lila lit h we certainly are iiuutini pome remark ably luw figures uu our Clearance Sale gobdK EUX SEAT LEATHER DINING CHAIRS Jtiht six of them the original ltfrVlI 8 rt jOnow 265 CINE SEAT1 DINING CHAIRS Throe piiterim from 4 tj 12 In each lilt at SI 25 l 35 si 05 iiicli liiee HIM cbiiiri vinli twice the money nJOKCASES About six patieniri IoalLvpplindld Ihlttlllhcnll for but the cle8iunfliiirh and I iMiilrttruition is rluht and the prices jibout huH Stt00 DroKKJne Tablra fpr2l H- OSip ooreeiiter Tnble for JOCO- gi5 00 Couch forJM8 00 UCJlker for 11100 t4000 Otk Chamber Suite for 200 lIoneKtlv itM money In your pocket to buy now Mopquito Bars all open and ready nnd n new stock too i IfBroW2 q kND BROADWAY txntOTQN JCY i U Our Republican brethren eeem to bp greatly disturbed about 16 to 1 and they should be disturbed Sixteen to one is the ratio fixed Ky statute for the Repubiratilie Pnoident Why dont they re peal tin statute They have it ill their poWer to get rid oil 0 to Land while tiny are denouncing it as idiotic they allow the statute to remain and Mc Kinley is golult on coining millions or dullars every month every dollar nt tho ratio of 16 to 1 There seems to be no difference between the on Uie question of ratio Tlievniffer sa to free coinage as to trusts and imperial lamp hiiton 10 to I they stand together Ifthe McKihley party wantud tb make 16 to an iwne they ought to have repealed the 16 to 1 statute and hould quit at the ratio of 10 to In UntlPtheydoBO their noino shout money at ratio of 16 to 1 will bo about ttm most ridiculous thing in po- litIJlUon John W Kern nominee ot Peinocrntic party for Governor of Indiana THE PLATFORM ADOPTED AT LEXINGTON We the Democrats of Kentucky in convention assembled do make the following declaration of principles First iJVe tIme mag nificent platform adopted by the Demo cratic National Convention at Kansas City on Jnlv 4 1900 and also the splendid ticket named bv said conven Lion pledge the Democracy of Kentucky to an earnest cordial and active MI port ofeall ticket Second The entire history of the Democratic party has demonstrated that it lias always been time champion anti defender of time great common peolelhRt it has ever insisted that the will of the majority shall control nnd timat tIme must cheerfully and willingly acquiesce therein It has always advocated and still does that all elections shall he fairly con ducted and the result honestly ascer tained We recommend that the elec thIn law of 1S93 which was enacted to prevent the repetition of wellknown Republican frauds in certaindis rids of the State and which was a marked improvement the then existing law but which has not proved sufficient for that purpose be amended so as to secure tins and so thoroughly that the most hypercritical can tutu no excuse for charging fraud or unfairness to our party in the con duet of the election Until such amendments can be enacted by the General Assembly we declare that the Republican party shall have representation upon both the State and nil county boards of election commissioners declare to the world that thin mob iiml nfnicmn shall not be the arbitrators of ilit riglis of the citizens of Ken tuck nor shall the penalty of an appeal 10 the law anti the ngtilar by constituted autliiiritii8 be death nt the hands of as sawiiiH Law and order must and shall prevail in Kentucky Thiid We present to tIme people of Kentucky time picture of nn army of intiiiiiilatinii iinlawfnlly quartered in the public buildings of Hit tate a State Senator in thu discharge of his duly to the State stricken down by an iissnssinV bullet fired from ambush in the Executive building then occupied by his political adversary who hoped to profit by his death that adversary arming ulling and surrounding the building with armed men instructed to dely the civil authorities and prevent search for the assassin the same publleanthe legislature in violation of the constitution attemptine bv military power to meet in a veritable slaughter pen fur the Democratic members driving its members through time streets of Frank fort at the point of the bayonet forci lily preventing the Legislature null meeting anti proper place iwping armed riotous and disorderly mph under the window of the room where lay dying time assassins Appealsfdiery and spnrloiiH panlonx thuse law oily accused of capital crimes to flee from justice and by military lorce de lying fie writ ot habeas corpus the name Republican pretender fleeing from the State after indictment anti remaining a fugitive front justice pro tected by an open violation of the Con tltution of the United States alter having declared to the people of the State I am a citizen of this State and amendable to its laws I am not a criminal neither shall I ever become a fugitive trim justice Whenever Indicted I shall appear for trial And we confidently declare our belief that a majority of the of Kentucky onferJIIftime maintenance of the constitutional rights of the people Democratic doctrine which is the hope and inspiration of eVe true Democra- tFourthWe denounce the action of Gay Bradley in using and personally commanding the military force of time State to control the election and intimi date the electors at the election of No vember 18J9 in violation of the con dilution and laws of the Commonwealth Fifth The Democratic party ex presses the deepest nnd siticerest griiif over the untimely end of our dIstill guished leader and friend of the great Commonwealth Guv William Goebel His mime ami fame will remain a ha cred heritage of the Democrats of Kentucky We eiirimestiy Invite time support bv voice and vote of every sincere lover of civil find erttonut liberty Jo join with tin in this campaign atraliiRt the forces gathered tinder tile banner of a govern InPut by assassination The true man hood of Kentucky cannot and will not endoirte fiKHaKKiiiHtinn an the means to obtain possession of office and to up peil 10 every Democrat and every iood citizen of Kentucky to unite with the Deiiorraiiit part v tints expretM lila dftpxiatioii uf a tutu crime- WeiiidorsRihendmliiiMtratiiiiofOnv J C W llmklmni suit x int with prile to its Mtbmisnion to and slwidfHHl fealty to tire law during the iiioft iriiiililctwime cxiit inland perilous days of the Comiiiitiwtliltli i PE SOINAU IIlghUrldtMr Harry Cosby spent Sunday in Winchester Mr Elmer Dentheraxe is at Linui etta Springs Mr D It Lane has returned froUta visit to Jxixington Miss Dora Nen is the guest of rela Lives In llarnidiibiirg frolDviMiss Jennie Shipp of Versailles is vinitinj Miss Iva Burton arevl8iting WBIIhereCol David Martin of Oorbin is at tendIng the fair item this week NirhmiasyilleiMr Aubrey Faulkner of Louisville is visiting friends here this week LexhtigtonIsMr Green Clay of Cincinnati is vis iting his mother Mrs Mary li Clay Mrs W K Oldham of Lonnoko Ark is visiting Mrs H Miller MrsJporter an r Mr Howard of Lex ington are guests of Mrs Will Shearer Mr Jack Spratley of New York in life guoist of Mr Mat Cohen this week MoplgomeryI MheI Annie Myers is the Jrn coiiHlii Miss Kate Fairs at Nlcholall1 llovt v Miss Florence Smith of Irvine Is vlaitlng MI Blanch Farris at Kirka yule Mr Thos Moherley of Iibiiiaville la visiting biff mother Mrs Curtis Mob erley Augustaistimewoek Mrs Virginia Tbooifwoa of VefMillw 1tIwill Amtenna tbwcMn 1 Mr K i Eldand family have re turned rom an extended visit to Bow ling Green iMr Bobert S Taylor baa returned from awpekBi visit to Given Clay In Cliiqinnati M sail Mm WA LntiRfonl of near WliUo Hall will about October I move to ltchmond Mrs W T PotePt of HMrrnilshnrj Is this uellt of Mrs George Corzelius at the Glyndon Mm John J Hncan nail Mrs J O Mention of Corbin are visiting Mrs T S Hasan Mrs John Cunningham of Escon dlda In vlBltiiiR friends and relatives In this county Miss Sallio Bnrnntn anti Miss Marion Hurnam are at Atlantic City for a months stay Mr and Mrs W J Tyler and chil dren are in Fielden VaM visiting Mrs Tylers parents MIMeS Ellen and Ethel Witherspoom of VersaIlles are visiting Mrs T D Chenault Sr lJi88lIarJnerito Valentino of Piqua Ohio Is visiting Mrs K Keller on Letcher avenue Dr Mary C Letchnr of TJirhmond Is visiting her sister Mrs It E Douglas Jessatnino News Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles in visiting her sister Mrs John A Pates on Broadway Mr Clarence E Woods left yesterday for Chicago to visit a brother who is not expected to live Mrs Richard Cobhs and Mr Joe Me Alister of Stanford are visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Phelps Miss Sarah P Miller of Alabama is tbt attractive guest of Miss Fannie Lat Lick Mis G W Pickels Miss Mary Pick els and little Mary left yesterday for Chautaiiqua New York Miss Annie May Meade of Henry county is the attractive guest of Mrs Sara Rice on Second Street Mm C E Smith is at home after a months stay in Winchester with her daughter Mrs J N Benton Rev F S Pollitt presiding elder of Ihe Methodist church was the guest Sunday of Rev H G Turner Mr John D Hamilton of Union City this county returned last week from a visit to Martinsville Ind Mrs Richard Hooker and Miss Hattie Forbes of Stanford are with Mr and Mrs M A Phelps at White Hall Mr and Mrs Will Wilkerson of Lexington were guests of Mr and Mrs W W PIgg lastThursday and Friday Misses Ellen and Ethel Witheropoon of Woodford are the guests of Mrs T D Chenault at Cumberland View Mrs R R Turley and family left last week for an extended visit to her mother at Spears Jessamine county Misses Mary 1nte Hunt and Lovie Tucker of Clark county are guests of Miss Mary Evans during the Fair Mrs W G Barret and little son Willium have returned to Louisville after a pleasant visit to relatives here Mrs Lulie Davis and son of Camp bellsville arc guests of her parents Mr and Mrs S Parrish on Second Street Miss Martha E Peebles of Piovi deuce R I and Miss Carrie Holliday of Paris are guests of Mrs Harry Stout Mises Tlmnev Richardson and Ad die Fish of MaiiiMMi coummtv are visit ing Mrs W F GarrettWinchieator- Sun Miss Enipniia Park of Cincinnati and Miss Adulle JOIIHH of Kansas City are guests uf Mrs Mary Neale Thump son Dr Pearson and wife of Montgomery canto on Friday night anti are the ciifstH of their diughter Mrs W R Leltchrr Jr Mrs T J Ballard and daughters MiMes Joy and Nellie luivu rukiii iitil to their home on Big Hill Livings ton Colonel Miss Annie Rmmett has returned from an extended visit to her sister Mrs Evan McCord at Fair Haven Washington Mrs T G Foster and little daughter Marguerite of Lexington are guests of the formers sister Mrs II R Pickets on Broadway Misses Lena Stivers Bessie Coyle and Addle Hunley returned last week from Old Point Comfort and other eastern points Mrs Burnie McCormick has returned to Decaur III after a six weeks visit to tier mother Mrs John F Stone in this city Fridayformanently locate Mr Harris having accepted a position with the L E railroad at that place Dr and Mrs A L Norfleet and two children of Kearney Mo anti Misses Lucy and Katie Park of Kan sass are time guests this week uf Mr and Mrs John F Wagers Misses Clyde McGlnnis of Danville Sue Uenthero anti Mamie Pickels of Richmond antI Jennie Lynn form a happy house party at Miss Anna U rovers Stanfoid Journal Mr H P Reid of Mt Sterling holding down the job department of the CLIMAX this week while Mr Hart the regular foreman is taking in the Fair and disposing of score curd8 Misses Lizzie and Nellie Jacobs via HalllastltaiIDukeMios Florida Gibson of Richmoiiil Ky is the guest of her aunt Mrs Ste plum ilmsuii1iss DHZMV Altxin Iorter is in Uicliniuml Kv vimtinu relatives Lexington leader July 2J Major It II Elliott of Alabamii flu amidIulgeinspector visited tho real fields lust wok of EVIIIIH Walker Sullivan c Chenault at Brush Creek Miss Lillian Nell gave a most de lightful house party last week at her beautiful country home Riverside in honor of her clinrmins and attract lye guests Misses Dora Ncif of Rich cityUarrodProf John Biirnam who has been the guest of relative here for some KyHting located xo near Ins Kentucky friends since liaviux accepted A pro fessorship in the great University of CincinnatiMiss e Kauffcnan has retnrnpd from a visit to relatives in Rich wandMrs J O Feeny of Paris mind Misses Hetitle aiulSntlio liiuili man of Uluhmiind have been Mn E W Morrows guests of Hit recent contest Iwltl in Lancaster the Kecon IIHVB t he folluwiii complimni to Vllsw Gonzella Uyrnex uf Alabama who lit time attrHclfVu guest of Mr and lhijItohnurillKUyrnra or Solma Ala favored the an ilictue with a vocal solo which cutlet firth itreat apptana cud she was rbliged to return land sing another She IIHB a remarkably sweet oleo and higtlyREUIOIOUS 1UIIIfrlIHill school house Sunday at 4 p ui DEATHS Boons Miss Emily AmandaBoogs- aged 67 died rtf in Saturday and wait buried on Sunday Deceased was a jiiece of W K and Jos B Boggs arid leaves considerable property fAtherJKlBf e Metch troribk agail about thlry4i 7it fWm JWi fes wife and two children BuriallnCol I1 j lege Hill cemetery lrldayilUUMBTAKK Miss Eva Baum stark oldest daughter of Mrand drs- John BauniRtarkof Waco died4Friday last of consumption been a sufferer of that dreaded disease lor months hut only recently began to sinkrapidl The funeral services were by Rev J R Howes at Bhe town church Saturday after noon after which the remains were laid to reet in the Fliitwoods cemetery Card to Hen S E Scott DJ iLtlkrnnddres8ing yon pub licly I shall be able to reach alsothose gentlemen who hold political views like your own and over whom 1 be lieve you have an influence second to no man in this community because nllqnestloneclrecord in private and public life You know we have discussed politics privately many times with but one result that you make an issue out of tho attitude the CourierJournal this year You balk there like a stub born horse and pull and push punch mind persuade you I cannot get you to do what I believe you really want to do because the CourierJournal is the Democratic party in Kentucky ns you claim Now Mr Scoot I have but ona de sire in this article to place before you and for perusal some facts that ought toshow Du that the Courier Journals supportof the Democratic ticket from Air Bryan on down the line is not a sudden inspiration but is the resuft of some years of deliberate determination to return to our party Youmay condemn that paper for migimtjoingained by Democrats halting now to kick and abuse those who sined in 00 when tho issues of 1000 are to be settled not by recrimination and die cord in our ranks but by a majority of votes cast at the next November elec tion I am presuming that you at least desire the triumph of Wm Jen nings Bryan Here is an editorial from the CourierJournal October 25 1899 which you doubtless never read I want you to read it and square it with the actions of the paper ever since and see whether it is worthy of the con demnation you anti others feel constrained to heap upon it TilE SIZE OF IT ExGov John Young Brown and the gentlemen composing his retinue pleainabatementthat the editor of the CourierJournal has declared that he supports Goebel McKinleyinis quoted to this effect in his speech delivered here in Louisville last Saturday- n jht When these gentlemen got a subterfuge so transparent and obvious we know not It is not merely the purest fabrication but is contradicted by every issue of the CourierJournal Neither the CourierJournal nor its editor is supporting McKinley in the nation or anywhere else but on the contrary opposing him with might and main fhe editor of the CourierJour nisi the regular Democratic ticket headed by Goebel precisely as the paper supports itlit obedience to pledges given after the defeat of Hind man in 1897 and repeatedly made before the regular convention that assembled in this city and put that ticket in nomination Republicallif he tried There may be a place for him in heaven but there is certainly- tin place for him in the Republican party Neither he nor any of the self sacrificing Democrats to whom Mr Me Kiuley owes the place he holds have any reason to love tiie President or to support his Administration A more narrow and partisan Administration has never been known in the annals of the conntrv Not less than a million of Delllocrntivoled directed for Mr McKinley honestly believing that they were saving the country from impend IIIK danger They will never vote for him agaIn All that they have got for their selfimmolation upon tile altar of patriotism has been the Ignoring of the great financial issue in which the residential campaign was laid and the cold unsparing perpetuation of radical Republican policies They have had quite enough of that Meanwhile here in Kentucky we McKinleyRepublican Democratic Machine Wo choose the latterIn doing this we alone accept the necessities of the case but we consult alike our judgment and our Inclinations There were brave men both be fore and after Agamemnon and there beOemomay be a very bad man Hut we do not see that he is any worse than the men who are abusing him All of them pro onlyOtjmocratthe ticket he heads or Taylor and the ticket he heads and not taking much stock In time professional politicians as a class we still prefer our own dog to the other fellows dog That seems GovUrowu IItlellILlouits editor is fur Goebel at home and McKinley abroad even if it were true we are unable to divine because all there is to the Brown movement is such a shake up in the Legislative returns as will glee tiny Brown enough votes in the General Assembly to combine with the Republicans and elect him United States Senator the whole purposeof his caUtiihicy for Governor being to defeat Goebel and elect Taylor If the following good need falls on Uocky niouiid then 1 invite your mitten tion to the followiif- jDont forget that Kentucky was stolen fnuu Bryan in 18W That Hrailluvu administration wan a military one that it was extravagant pulJllcInlitilutiou8 That Galling gun in the streets of Louisville That denial of writ of habtn8LIIrpuR- Thut adjournment of Legislature to 1mdnii That chamne of tim peoples Represen tatives through the streets The thousand mountain desperadoes taken to Fraukfort The threats to do violence and Its actual perpetration in the foul aseasbl nation of Goebel- Thw pardon mill of Taylor which Yerkos will In operation if he is elected Think of thin Air Scott Then refresh your memory with the infamies of the Pollticalfru81- of this administration as follows viz The Alger embalmed beef scandal The financial collusion between John D GageTheRhesus This United States army outrages on the Cour dAlerie miners authorized by William McKinley mismanagementinPotstoulco rascality andembezzle ment in Cuba Tho HayPanncofpte treaty by which we were to build an isthmian canal while England commands It Tattooed and daubed with such a damning record the Republican party will find its platform a very minor con sideration with most Democrats and Mr Scott yon who I know to be honest and upright ought now to belovnl peopleYoursC E WOODS Gey McCrwry In The Convention wisestleaderscratic party Uov McCr arys attitude in the convention was euch as to make new friends for him When a tohimphouM bo published Wo doubt if these two extracts have yet fallen un tier his eye Certainly they be read here without his knowledge MCRBAKY OHEEEED Tile McCrowyshcutersthen carried their point and the former Governor ringAsance made tbt B ckh 1 people JiQiIi- ewht UMM0Y bat M took abeelat noadvsMe ol the to ad- Vance h1u catsdklacy UIe speech ws an eftTiMMt Dwwoefirtki nrraQi Ut w IMt M4 Ini Lasistt h W- yLL ate lm ce mwasUit ceIBaryI aq- 81DendmeniS to3piir them be made so that wludyHiave alp solulelrfalt eleeLtous in out 3iiiiiinon IAM lie drew to the dose of his speech he mentioned time IIllulClClf each of the candidates fur UovHrnnr compliment ing each anti declaring his willimness to support either When the crowd be kiln to shout lilaow waved hits band deprt catinilyiind declared he was not a candidate I have not been a candidate he said I slush be Katlrfltcl tObe foUnd working in the ranks fur the success uf our National and State tickets d for Democratic le8 LeadptJamesient of an ovation as he mounted the platform He said there was never a time in the history of the tiiJtte when harmonious action was more desired than at the present time At the next election there will be elected a Governor a President and a Judge of theCourt of Appeals and every Democrat can realize the importance of the struggle of late years our party has been draw ing away from the cardinal principle of Thomas Jefferson We want to stand Upon the constitution the Declaration of Independence and free government instead of militarism The way to get these tlii tics is by Democratic rule and the election of Bryan and Steven son We want to redeem the State of Kentucky from Republican misrule Time future of tint party In this State is what the Democrats make it Every Democrat should stand in solid phalanx and bury animosities We want every Democrat to come back to the party anti help us to redeem the State to the grand old party We will win in the next November election if we put our shoulders to tIme wheel Time record of the Democratic party during the past year shows that that party him stOOl for law and order awl has sustained by all time courts of the land 1 am in favor of a gold aggressive campaigu Let every Democrat believe that all depends upon the individual efforts of every voter Let us go before the peo pie and arraign the Republican party and its readers for the murder of Will iam Goebel Let us do this and I have no doubt of the result Drifting to State nffafrs he paid tribute to the sterling ability of Beckliam Lewis Black Tarvin and Smith and when the crowd called the name of McCreary he said he had never been a candidate for Governor but would be found fighting for whoever wits nominated by this convention tapelineLearn how to tell a story A well told story is as welcome as a snubeam in a sick room STATE OF OHIOCITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COtxTYssrank J Cheney makes oath that lie is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney A Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and state aforesaid anti that mimi linn will pay time sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh cure FJIAJTK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Ctlx tlay of December AD 1SSG I A W QLEASON jsiALJNotary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internal ly and nets directly on the lood anti mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonial free F J CHENBY t Co Toledo O Sold by DruLTists 75 cents Halls Family Tills mire the best 1m Jt WIro Cj2 cd1 JjtllJ CQ tfIIV ro2 O O C 2 09- CJC cJ t3rn JHI trJ mo rcJ 00IniJ CLOSE INSPECTION of teeth made and placed by anydifferencenature OUR ARTIFICIAL TEETH ARE PERFECT in shape size and color and perform all the functions of the natural teeth with satis faction to the wearer Superior dentistry at moderate prices Extracting and filling by our new painless method We use the finest materialASK OUR PATIENTS DR V H HOBSON 7877 Richmond Kynn HY gti1 mMn AMlor TMC GRtATesT cMMI ott flU AGE e Batetreat deal cuter with this Separator It does away with expensive machinery and quires no power or fuel to run It JCe farmer with two Ill mote cows cas u sw1tebewkhotoneManufactured aires Nos Za aJ3puces 988O 188114 1500 each X4em I ttlteottnt tn Agentt jignOm tvnipd M iV eWiiSW WMeatsbEd4 CUihmaafWMiIrt titansal J Sealed the City of Richmond CyToraperiodotone3and 6 years from O t open ed at the ofiVje ot time Mayor In RichiuondKy tt 12 oclock neon on the Monday In bellmen ber 1900 The right Is reserved to reject any r al proposal CLAUDE aMITQ MaJor O U HAMILTON Clerk Itjul4w EXECUTORS NOTICE ill persons having claims ngainjt the estate of S Rice deceased will present them properly verified to ri- M Chonault Executor before the 1st of Sept 1900 or same wilt be barred D1I CIIENAULT Exec FAIR VIE- WSEMINARYI A HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS School Year Begins September 18th 1000 to Continue Forty Weeks +Affords all the comforts and advantages of homo life with the opportunity of obtaining a education +44 + Ladies of culture and refluemqnt are chosen as teachers and their jitter course with the pupils out of school is of groat benefit +Full Course of English Including the Sciences Latin French German Higher Mat hematics Elocution Physical Culture Music Art +ladyfitted4444 taughtinthe departments in time school + 44 For terms and further information address HA l WATBRM DJ WASHINGTON GROVE MD ISjnlti Fat people no doubt suffer as keenly as lean ones but somehow it looks fun ny to see fat people weep 19 0 ++ 44 a I irllI THE RICHMOND FAIR illlBmI 19Q0 ri4P Will be held July 24 25 26 and 27 i IIjlJcan have no excuse for not being fully prepared for our stock is filled with the newest and neatest designs in Summer Dress Fabrics and you will be pleasantly sur prised at the very low prices for which they may be had Ladies Fancy Silk Parasols in white pink and blue regular 200value will be closed out at J49 Childrens Pardsols white and pink 95c value will go at 79c Ladies Fancy Parasols stripes 75c value at 59c Avery attractive line of Fansyoull need them at the fairgo very cheap JOe up White Duck Skirts J25- value cut to 98c Linen Skirts 75c value cut to 49c Our PKs J8c grade red white or blue at J2c Figured Lawns JOe quality for 8 l3c the I8c grade goes at 12 J2c Other grades in a proportionate I reduction for this sale For 25c we sell a regular 50c grade of Ladies Wash Ties J Our Laces all over Embroirderies etc are still going at veryjow prices For Belts Hankerchiefs Hosiery and Notions you cannot afford to miss seeing OUR LINE unM II Cor Main First St 0 u MADISoN INSTITUTE The Collegiate year commences TUESDAY bEEIEMBER 11 1900 The Institute will open for the reception of Rtmlents on Saturday time Stb of September next Those wishing to secure places for their daughters or wards are advised to apply early Lot all who design entering the Institute net session be present if at all possible at the first assembling of the school Tuesday September 11 as an absence of a week or two at that time will bu feltseriously throughout thesession Persons wishing to have an interview with the Principal before placing a student in the cliool would do well to will at time Institute before time openinu tiny This will insure to the patron tho undivided tune ami attention of the Principal and it will expedite time work nf organization Every absence of time Principal from the school room aftei 830 a ra September 11 delays the work o chiFsiflcaticn and organization Reptlmhrl1On Sune 5 1900 formal notice was received that Madison Institute had been CollegeForStudents desiring to enter any one of these institution may enter upon our certificate alter having satisfactorily completed time College Preparatory Course CHANGES IN FACULTY FOR J900190J ALICE N SOUTHWORTH PH B FLORENCE II STURTEV ANT Phi Beat Kappa Cornell University Pupil of Marie Bissoll New York History and Bible Voice Elocution Physical Culture O nOSE ElIRE Graduate flair Conservatory Germany Pupil of Hans von liulow Piano and Stringed Instruments All other Instructors same as last year Your patronage is cordially solicited Fur further information address 2Slai2mMISS ALICE LLOYD Principal n fjS wSEE OURt Rthmond t Champion t at Wheat Drills Disc Plows and wagonsLThi e Fee lis the beJVven w Wire Fence made lL = nnUGLAS SIMMONS1 HARDWARE I STOVES TINWAR- EmcjhllyQI ww iI = l lt 1t OWEN MCKEE i I Richmond Kentucky AI1D1r ARRIAGE BUGGIEi I FHAQNI In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material carriagebuggy t K ntuCRY arriac WDr JOHN DONELSON Proprietor r t GIVEN WAYiSf = DEAR MADAM 5 V We have on exhibition a fewo U J pieces of handsomely decorated hand j paintedchina at our store which jj J we intend giving away free to our customers g We guarantee that our prices on W goods will remain the same This Jig specialoffer is made for the purpose ctrW ofincreasing our trade andshowing t the people that we truly appreciate j4 their patronage 0 This ware is rapidly taking the lV if StoneChina J g vety finish is of the finest quality jjfc tand without doubt the best in thei 4 The shapes are the very s designedtotf 1ItlI1l use a latge quantity of this ware that j picethatfiff 2CupsandjS rPlates Ilinner Plates Platters Coy SugarBowlstl4 else 4twhidi goes to make t1 a FllE 9 SET oi DISHES i 3 We eanest1y invite ythciIad 1 ttJTt PeeUitIIyLIIit5d ELDERI l I i r1I 1t0wsloh1L1Iii H I The Richmond Climax WEDNEStLY29OJo r It is not fair to stay away from the Fair t Soe nd elsewhere of Covuigton Jliahull i f Th brave ant the fair illbO out at the Fair Tiftri fut miMi the Wjncl8ter Fall AuiiUct I 2 mid 3 4 Sun announcement elsewhere of MaiiiMiii libtitute Rig mluction itt spring and sum mer units ai btoiuV Jf r VII Oil II 8 Smut fur bargalnsiin spring and summerBults Catalogues fur tIn Lexington Fair at this otllce Ask for orit font rllr ret 10 read Covingtim Mitchells ad lodnys CLIMAX Your city taxis now dne Ileafc call and settle Office at Freeman Droll lJ It FREEMAN lsjul4w City Collector The Republicans of the Tenth District will hold their Congressional Convention at Irvine on August 3 At Cnrhin Sunday night Will Hil ton was shot by Red Wyatt Hilton died uf his wounds Monday morning Kleven teachers luivo been Indict nl at lireemip Ky for selling and itsi in the answers to the official exami nation questions The Enlerprihe Grocery will sell von niire goods for 00 than an v house in Richmond It A BAxTEUiJgrtf In the ountv Courlltlollday Bud sullliT Bob IiIto and Kain White all colonel wore dismissed on the iliargw of disturbing religious Worship The Hewn WaUncuton Carters tilt Turnpike CII ii receiving bids lurtho construction of that road Our motto is strictly cash Rest groceries at lowest prices tf H A BAXTEB Mgr ThievHH broke into the residence of It W Turner last Friday night while ilw family were attending the baud con ctrl aud got about 5 in money The law stock barn on Cane Kiilge Bourbon county belonging to byfiubliiH giHKrt seed owned by L A Sopor wliicii was partially insured 1he building was not insured Mv guarantee is that every Suit of Clothes Khali give perfect satisfaction before leaving the Shot I do not charge for clothes that do not lit CHAS JACOBS fob21tf The Tailor lilt J A Kiwli lias gold his crop of wheat 2000 bushels tu f 1 Kerr at 72 cents says the Vicheter Sun This crop was made on 05 acres of Ilound yielding an average of nearly 30 bushels to the acre the largest yield we have heard of this season s II Ogden agent for W D Rash sold this week lo Messrs W O mil T 1arrish a house and lot on Niuili Main Mieet fur JOUOcMh Messrs 1arrifsh are both Madison coun tv inon ami we congratulate Winches ter in securing them an permanent citi iseus WiiiuheHtor Democrat Miss IAUIIH Craig Crows will take a limitel numtier of IIIIIMC pupil be giiMinf September luth bhe is well prepared and experienced She has studied at the Cincinnati Conservatory uiil has been a pupil of Miss Harbour KHiiire she was u pupil of Josufly Slit will he conveniently located near Main stjvet julv25lm Something new in Mens Clothing at Ihas Jacobs lie has the finest assortment of Mimples nver brought tu Kiclimoud Ills prices are the lowet and iroods the bet Call and invotitigatii feb llf EouterllriscUructryceri s for cash than soy grocery house in Kicluiiond Jt A BAXTKI Mgr tf Conrad Davit living on the oldMeri dlth Cosby place while hoeing tobacco found a pietxt of mlllllY which has been quartered the pieces orginally being abiut the size of ii 2cuiit piece On one side WifA the letters NEt and tin tine 7I1 belie vnd to be a part of th date and from its tinsition on the tni miilar rilic iCwustlin 17th century Oi the other side were the letters Iwd l4ru the lust four letters hiing the first of some word in which the other ltieVs hail been cut olf and were on tiiuHlier mtutt of thx old coin Arcelit Thievss at Work ThiHves enieied lin W It Smith htiiil IIII auiiunil Monday nijjht aiil Niicct ded in pelting away with his horwe iliaelin ami twoxUi of liar uea fJutuI1- h1 IIlIlIIs sf 1111 IIM nrithtt Co h t i Itu until ill IIIY hands lor rol liiion Aciittinin UI iliin luul most In Miril T II COLLINS IKjil1t Attorliiy rtacli iii G 11 IIhIIIIIe lost in Rich in id Mnuiliiy ufiiiiioou Iiiii Hinlet will iliirti iflurii riiii in this olliceaud rocoive rexrd A New Institution The ccltnJilloiial oople of yimoro and viciniiy have purchatwd tnu Jii t farm at Iml plhtii and III pur IKIIUIIU to oiHlilUd u general iistl Iii liii fr iliti fdniuitiiiii nf the inasRen friui tin IIrIWT dcparwient up to III IVtllrge Tuis HllllllKK- iiiKMtution fur nil and Mrs Vineyard ruliMil tit NiiliolHKvillt for young Hi8 II Iiiii JcMUtnuilP iMMUItv lip t ilie high wairr kin educaiion ThgHfltn Filter hoingoUzntbsrecom endikbv itizefas thronchoHt THeprl1csfSLost between Perry Thomas drug LanCaterforreturnWMIhJrdcdi fI1tonotruneverywool ctirded can send It In and got rolls at futurejuly4tl Co Is H Right boytomlSrepIPSent whatIandhaultllthey Lodging For Fair Visitors theGnrettvlRllorstoairy rooms quiet convenient and cheap 9 Ri hmond Contractors at Mt Vernon Mondaycontract to erect a handsome brick alsoIllheacademy at Manchester Clay county Lineman Hurt linebetweenPark a lineman Wits thrown from a pole and received a fiacture of the andbroughtnaird attended him Lancaster Record A FAES OFFSfc I will fill any order for you at the jewelryline catalogueing you expense of ordering Respectfullyjan3lyr ARMER Monster There lisa been nothing as bit as this since Kentucky became a state The Lexington Fair is the biggest evermore sensational features than you ever saw We cant write about nil of them youll have to go and see August 1318 Iteduced rates on all railroads The Dillworlh Family Is a worldrenowned one They are acrobatic artists piemiers in their line aunt the most celebrated in the world They give a most refined exhibition in long skirts and dress tu its See them free at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1318 Ex cursion rates on alt railroads For Sale Privately I will dispose of my property pri vately lying in the forks of Richmond shill the Copper Creek in Uarrard county For further information call on A R or Jas M Denny Point Leave Ky or the undersigned at Richmond W K DEXNY- ISjno Om Picnic at Mt Pleasant The ladles of Union Sunday School will give a picnic at Mt Ileasant next Saturday Dinner will be served on the ground Air G W Deatherage in funiiK that he will have two barrels of lutiiomide that will be free to the public Call and take a drink with him Teachers Institute The white Teachers Institute will be held in Caldwell High School chapel onIAugust Ii to II inclusive Imf Alhert Lifingntou ot Somerset who gave gen eral frttibfaction here last year will con durt the Institute The colored Insti tute will be held the following week bigi lining August 13 ElopeSAn elopement is anUivB more or less attended by romantic surroundings The latest III thin line is nut of a mere couple but a whole village has eloped to the Lexington Horse MIOW Fair and Carnival Its August 1IM8 hut they left early to avoid the rush and get to see it all The biggest thing ever in the South Reduced rates on nil rail roads Louisville Atlantic R R Special Service During the months of July antII August a Saturday night and early Monday morning train will be run to and from Irvine enabling heads of- fumilies to leave home after business lioiirw on Saturdays spoud two ni litH anl iitiu IIIIY at the Springs and reach home Monday in time for business C M BROWNING G P A ISjulyOw Prize Eating Contest They hud an paling contest thn othnr night Pin Hook school house Syhio won llyi pluttera he nIt iiine head of CatliIfllCi4Slifdnt it make hlqi sick No He just took a spoonful of Dr ICaUU ells riyrup Iepsln That pre venlK otimacli trouble of any kind they say II Atall diiiirgwtd jyJltn How To Make Good Town A good town in ohIo in which the farmer spends his money with the home merchant the laborers Wpeml theJnoney they earn with the loyal tradesman where the feeliniand good will of overt citizen is in sympathy with home industries and where every article that nail ho is bouuht IIf the local dealer This spirit of rcciirocity between busi nes8 men and nierchimts tradesmen and lalxireru larmors and alt mukes Luiimess lively tim town prospers and griws mill it if iv pleasant place in which td veWltirheautor Democrat WeArea I dNow Ready With eljkst and most complete line oftt SHOES HATS i AND MENSI FURNTSHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things and at PRICES that will please you to buy We invite you to call and examine ourct Spring StockC before and be con and get our prices vinced that for the same quality ofgoodswearet- he CHEAPEST house in chr- nndRICEARNOLD J Main StcttSiR A Ky il SSSSii-t jl 0rI a r Ib o 4 = CelerwIFalf andM1maouf ameetinglastwere electedSltitjertiAsVynntary TBStone Assistant Sw CIII t and S A Burton adverisingsgumL- Blue Srass SewlTlwt Will CMM Up thousandbusbels landTenusperson White Hall o letters CAssxusM Cray 5191000 RugisterKentuckianCitlzenwillpnbllsh uia 23tf A Freak In Tobacco Mr W B Bright has oh exhibition tohlmRichmond Cigar Factory amidwhich doubleleafheeetin manufacture ot cigars It thinleafpoints The tobacco was grown in America of Spanish seed- Mothers Society Founded Here As a direct result of the visit to this city of that charming lecturer Mrs COnlres8Mothers orInteresttllthe study of child nature Primary teachers are also vitally interested lhie sncletv moets overy tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock the President LynnisRemedy lor Flux Squire James M Lilian gives us bin sure cure for flux says the liar rodsburg Democrat Fill a tumbler half full of apple vinegar put a tea andKnsonsalt Take a spoonrulevery hour until six doses III ve been taken and then wellbeore91 years of age and hill seen thifj remedy tried where the life the patient was despaired of but has never known it to fail to effect a cure Ho For Iho Fair TIle greatest fair in the history of the county is now in full blast limning yesterday and continuing through Friday Every new attraction on the road such as by lady and gentleman 83 feet iiito 4 feet of water live snake eater the disappearing lady and others have been provided The ring shows will be hotly contested and the trots and paces will bring out a large number of entries Go and help along a homo enterprise President Colyer and itidefatigaWetractions and deserve the support of the county and city Mr Bronslon Buys Fine Farm A deed filed In the office of the Fay ette County Clerk last Monday trans ferred the Kingston Stud of near Lex lngton from the ownership of Mr auth Mrs J B Furguson to Hon C J Bron atoll The price paid was 30000 cash The farm Is situated about 5 miles from Lexington on the Russell Cave pike and contains 208 acres The placeisimprovedlhe liospitalinntv from time County Clerks office 530 worth of revenue stamps were required to file the deedIThe Agitator Mr C E Woods Private Citizen and Editor of tho Agitator asks us to state thpt he has been unable to give attention to the subject nearest his heart Municipal Ownership on Recount of absence from the city he be jag now in Chicago at the bedside of a gratificationpaper was given and assures the public that on his return he will take up the questions propounded by the Register and show as he declares that the Keg later may be ablo to fool a few people part of the time but it cant fool all the people all the time like the Richmond Water Light Co has done He asks is to print the above and warns the Register and all others to lookout for tIme Agitator C E W Powers Trial At the trial of Caleb Powersat George particularlyHenry Youtuey but equally strong igamst the defendant is in ilicted as a conspirator says the Cour let Journal The most sensational evi deuce came from Serut Ulcketts of John Poweis secret company of militia and Wade H Watts a colored em ployee of the Republican Administra lion The testimony of RIcketts went to show a prediction by Fiuley that Goebel would be killed in five days mid one which came true n nu also gave additional details of the duty tuvigneil to the armed men brought from the mountains who were plainly instructed only a few minutes before the shot was fired what was to be expected of them Youtsoys flight after the shot was tired toward the oflice of Governor Taylor was detailed bv Watts Tliere was also written evidence of advance secret notice to the regular militia The cenRatioii of the lay was a wordy en counter between Uov Itrowjiand Judge Cantrill due to the fornwrs efforts to justify thin presence of armed men in the mob e declared it lo he a stump speech Time delouse ex pected and may try to make use of it in event of a conviction Struck Sulphur Waler at Forty Feel Ingen ious Device lor Removing Drill From a Bored Well During the recent drouth Mr Tame W Smith has been boring a well on his HOllY Run farm anti as the drill ilcKcemled each foot the operators anx bushy hoped for a vein of water to gush from the mouth of the sit inch aper ture For six days the two homes and two Jed away with thfir drill going through blue limestone that rang like hardened steel At 40 ret tho drill pierced a stream of sulphur water and as cattle are fond of that fluid the experiment was pronounced a success and the boring ceased III boring a deep well In Germany says the New York Water and Gas Li- eview this hardened end of a sleet drill broke olf at a depth of about 1000 feet As it was clearly impossible to drill out time hard steel it was necessary either to remove it or abanuon the well It was removed in a highly ingenious way A soft iron bar 5 feet lone ami 2 inches in diameter was wrapped iia single layer of India rubber cover ed wire thus making it an electromag net The bar with wiresIeailiug to it was lowered into the hole add current from a small dynamo turned on This magnotired tho bar which was then carefully drawn up to the surface bringing the steel drill point with It DEERING CAMP GROUND 1900 Program For Sundays at Park Hill During the Meeting Beginning Aug 2 Dr WT Bolting Friday Auf 3rd i m Rev Sam P Jones Friday 3rdp m Saturday tlba nu Saturday 4hp m f Sunday 6th am Dr WT Dolling Sanday lithl m Eld WCTbarp Tuesday 71ba m 57111p nur Will have sermons the week trorn Rev J S Sims Eld F M finder llev E G B Mann Rev B E Lau castor and Dr U A Brown Saturday morning August 11th Sun day mormhpmg August 12th Bishop H CWorrison preach The Kentucky Colonels Dr Brown Prof Fogg Messrs Meek and Flora withassiutanceof chorus will make the Inhale ill correspondence a to cottaeen and rates should beadtlrCseclto I IJi Rosa Secretary and TreiwurerCarll iS9t 1 We Imagine that St weh4beei w w bii ihd4sshlotr4 MMl b4b4ith- sti t hhruglq IhIIIttIitM t uISPEcIAL8ikLE fOFrnISHOESjII 44 I 1 EVERY MAN WANTING A q jjj PAIR OF SHOESc WILL SAVE BIG MONEY IF o z THEY BUY OF USit R r uu 5 Comeandseeandget Prices we want to b CLOSE OUT OUR ffiI 0 ENTIRE SUMMER i LINEOF8HOE8S Sin I i Couington Mitchell i0 SSSS SSSS 4I SeeSS4I 5S5501 Advertised Letters Mrs W T Baxter Mrs Pauline Burton Mr Len Cheilault Miss Mattie Duncan Miss Bessie mbrv EmbryJesse Mr G 1 Larkin Mr Chas G Lace Miss Lucy II Masters Mr Henry Morris John Murphy Mr F WNott i F AS Noland A J Smith Smith Tudor lien F Tudor C 0 WALLACE P M Bequeathing a Fortune The will of the Jate Col James R Estill of Estill Howaid county Mo was fiLed in the probate court at Fay ette March 29th The Boonville Ad vertiser makes the following synopsis of this interesting document To wife now dead he gave the home place embracing acres then it goes to the heirs of his son W H Estill deceased at a valuation of 21 000 For the lAte Mrs Estill there was also set apart 10000 To his son Wallace Estill he had already advanced 70000 He further bequeaths to him and his wife and their children the farm on which they now live containing about CSO acres at a valuation of 20000 He had given to his son Win RI WillillluIchildrentaming 251 acres at a valuation of 8890 also time Elliott place containing 331 acres at a valuation of 10000 also the Branham farm containing 270 serfs at a valuation or 5520 To his daughters Ella and Clifton rear estate in Kansas City valued at 1118253 daughterEllato my damliter Mary Uljfton la Force I have advanced MOOO He directs that his property be equally divided among Jis four heirI- He sets aside a fund of f6000 to be paid annually to their heirs Should any of these heirs attempt to break the will such child or heir shall forfeit all right under the same and shall be debarred from receiving any legacy provided for him or her un der tills will Augustli1899witnesses bequeathingheirs and setting apart 1000 for a home for Mary Wright Arbnckle Wallace Estill who is among those remembered is well known in Boon ville He is one of the greatest Aher deenAucnp breeders In the United Stales and lila recent dispersion sale in Chicago broke the worlds record An Osteopath For Richmond The Wonderful Cures ol This New Science ol Treatment Editor Climax Please announce to your readers that I will bo in Richmond tomorrow Thursday from 8 a in to 3i in at Hotel and will be glad to consult with all who are interested in tim new healing science of Osteopathy Myself adn son are graduates under A T Still founder of Osteopathy f liirklli lie Mo We have oflSces at 73 iiiiuhi Broadway Lexington Frankfurt Ver sailles anti LHwreiicehitrg Consulla titus and examination free Your citi raylorfrom a thousand testimonials I select lila When a century laterhlstorians are sifting the events of this time for the epochmaking discoveries ot science smut civilization there will be few chap tern morn important I think than that devoted to the reformation in medicine which will have celtic about through the acceptance and practice of Dr Stilt system known as Osteopathy Likewise we have tIme testimonials of dozens of other Governors scores uf Congressmen hundreds of Legislators mill tens of thousands of indi viduals Ex Congressman Goodnight of Ken tucky freely says To me Its simpli city made it appear absurd That gall stones asthma rheumatism and her vous prostration might be cured without It knife nrdrug wits tome unbelievable and I suffered on from all those ills The most skilled physician failed uie Osteopathmynsalast strengthened tIn old prejudice I was sure no good could result hInt after ward I slept slept like a child It wan sweeter than from narcotics After a low treatments 1 ate with impunity anything desired Then I began to hope Jirectlystreiigtii retnrnedpain abated and organs became normal in their functions Then I believed I Now thave knowleleeIf knowledge can obtain aa to hummi events No one napalile of tliiiiklng fairly can with hold applaute from a system that is daily curing the tnost stubborn nod ser ions allectlons without drug or knife Mi Joseph B Foraker wife of the sayslrnew in unethical selelice but what hn hfilnne fur women his name will godoxvn tim ages as the greatest ptiysician of any age and one of the historical belle factors of Juts rare His system loss ma le it pofsibe fur woman lo escape must of thin ills which she has been supposed traditionally to be ulldpmn ed to suffer he has made it possible tom her to approach maternity in calm tranqmlity having assurance that Its pain will bo almost entirely overcome He has demonstrated that women need not spend their lives nursing function al derangumeiits without finding succor who before han done so much in modi cine PceptR D 0 CORRESPONDENCE MOTE 0Mr lIW aaiIMtss Ocy U ElliEO visited fri ailR at Dteyfu last week Mr Hiram Glawe pKaeil through Out tHli tee weekOtIhiswy to Win ehevterV XtttlnArwliiW Vhkh fill 14 iSS tS week revived things considerably and gave the farmers better heart to continue their work The 15 yearold sons of Curtis tow iml Lewis Jackson got into a quarrel at IIi Cabin school Jackson n Ktone striking Powell on the head in wOlllldIOWIIlocating his arm MILLION Reuben E Tudor is visiting relatives at Foxtown this week Mrs Dianna Kanatzer of Louisville is visiting in this locality SquireSBro Bullew preached to a large con gregation at Antioch church last Sun dayMiss Belle Holman commenced her school at Maple Grove school house MondayMr S Lowery and family anti A J House of White Hall visited Mrs Reuben Lowery Sunday Lightning struck thin hay stacks be 3aturdayaudburimed PAINT LICK Mr SatifiVy Hnghes was a visitor in our midst Sunday Mis Nelcon Mays leaves this week VaystLitzewehl Misses MofTatt and Taylor of leba- non are guests of Rev and Mrs A W CrawfordSMiss Maggie A llockaday after a- pleasantvlsht to the Misses 1arkes lies returned to Lancaster Miss Fannie L Wallace and visitor Miss ftira Miller leae tomorrow to visit friends ill Millersburg Mr Calburn Clarke who hiss been visiting Miss Ann Chenault Wallace has returned to his home in Cincinnati Misses Margaret Wilinore and Anne visitingMisshome Protracted pervices win begin at New Hope church Thursday night and cmitinuea several days Rev L I Echols will bo assisted by Roy S W Koid of Louisville Miss Stanfll of Williamsburg who has been the handsomest guestof Miss Margaret P Frances is visiting in liichmoud this week The picnieat Wallaces mill Thurs slay afternoon given in honor of Miss tara Pressly Miller of Carnden Ala was a very pleasant affair After luiuli the entire party consisting of about sixty young people chaperoned by UHV aud Mrs Crawford and Mrs lien Learrepnired to the home of Mrand Mrs William Wallace Hero thin even hug hours were passed in delightful social eutercourbe The music furn ished by the guests of the evening was of a high grade and reflected decided credit on time performers The visitors present were Misses Sara Miller Ala Fannie Frazce Maysville Motfatt and Taylor Lebanon fttuniil WilIianiR burg Euptemia Young Dill West S C Anne Uayston Junction City Ma- rI Il1t WilmoreLizzieTurlny Kathleen I yirr Richmond Maggie Hackley Georgetown Eugenia Hush Lancaster Maggiu Sand usk v Troy Ky Messrs S J Told South Carolina Orand TcxasJU K Lancaster Higgins Richmond The British took all the positions held hv tIme Doers in thin iieighborliooU of Kintfontom +SOUTHERN lull LYHIY IN KENTUCKY Condittitd Scbedil In Erect Hi 20 XARTBODNti No No S No 3 Lv IxmtgYllle 74vm oopm r4 pm Ar Siaibyvtiie9iOam 3pm ILOftpm Ar Lrcncebg9SOam S2iprD 1145pm Ar Vereoillea laiOam 47pm UlOlpm Ar Lexington ia45am 715pm lHJipm WESIIIOUKU No4 Not No Lv Lcaiugtoa3i V35pm LI1IG- Versailles 7Matn SCCpm n3Sam Ar Lareneebg2onm SSpm fVMam Ar Shclbrrllleu IIIlIum a 15pm 480am Ar LonlsTllle ia 0am 740pm tHam BASTUODKD WSTnO7ND lnoiL400i715pm ia43am ArllarodsbeLr 440pm 7COan UOPDI loM1m Ar Burgtn Lv 4SOpm 7iOnm EASTBOCMD wzsmo usa No15 INa 16HNoffli 400pu ltNOe71STATioIll Ar ia 0am 74upm L3pt1 Ar 810am BlSpm t I7ptl Ar 750am 602pm LT 730am 540pm 740piallL60amlAr Qeoretn Lv 700am 310pm E r1iouwzsncUsItNo LltNo 81 BTATIOJCS tNo II tNo 3 74Jain 40Upm LT IxraUvIt A 1040am 740pm KkSara eMpm Lr Versllex Ar 7SOam ft0 pst ILlCatn 735pm Ar NtchIvilI Ar OVam 403pm llS8pm 830pm Ar Richmond Lv 605am 3iu-pinpInAr Irrine Lv LKpm NoTfNc3Eh1iiisvtUe Ar I nlnKton rt ia45a 100I1Im- Ar 1Cnozvhtmosoo 745am Ar Atiberllle ItiQain 110pm Ar SLanuahl5iun- JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ5iiUThLViattanooga5ftSpm NorS throu sleeptnc car ItOuhTilU to Dlr nlngtam via Leslogtoa ana ChatDlion Nc lltreo obserxttoa chaircar LcitUvllls L4tiig4o5Na obMtratiea etelr car I exjpgton u Loutpylllo X to L JaliTllls vIa XexizigtoniItAll trains betweoa I an4- I1urin dt117IBetween Versailles ad Oeorzetow No 11 all ICrtally fo 7aad 8dallexcep Sunday Between Vernalttei icho1a3V11 Rick 50014 asci IrvtiM dtij exwpi Sundaj tljUtyexACviAttwtor Ofie trlar taU- yrsrurNOJrMVPdX j M Ct jtT JWsm tots Va La GPA it Ii ti1 IC0I SfY 1 THE WEEKLY SALES AT fJ THE iN H f F BEECASH TQBEI Are crowding the stores daily witKeager buyers anxious to take- advantage of the many that are being Slaughtered the GR1STORES ALL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES pricesManyAll Carpets Linoleums Rugs Mattings Oil Shades Lace Curtains Tailoivmade Suits that were advertised last week will still c on tinue to be sold at prices named on them during these weekly sales eee at The Specials For This Week Are all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRIGKS Otir stockof wash goods his just been added to by a large shipment of choice thingsvin Dresdon Jacquets Primrose Battin Cloths Golden Rod Dimities Satin Stripes and Organdies from one of the largest importing houses in the East These goods will all be included in this closing out stock sale- Many of the choicest things in Dress Goods are still to be had in the dress goods stock and former ricers will be entirely lost Ssight of in this great slaughter ofprices to close themee I Price on Cotton Will Follows Good 44 Sea Island Cotton at 5c worth Gc Trion Mills AAA Brown Cotton 5tc worth 7cGood 44 Bleach Cotton 4c worth Gic Good 44 Bleach Cotton no dressing 5e worth 7cLondsdale Bleach Cotton 7e worth Sic I Masonville Bleach Cotton Tie worth Our Celebrated Rival Bleach Cotton only The during this sale The price on this cotton was never less than lOc All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Cam let Jeans etc will be included in this Great Out Stock Sale and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them Special prices will be made on our Stock during this sale and the low prices named on them will be for you if you need of any kind give a call SD OLDBAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND The NonIrritating Easy to take easy to operate Hoods Pills James G Edwards a Christian coun ty farmer was caught In a threasht and perhaps fatally injuried To eradicate worms from the SslCIl- 1rhe Ilia child plain nourishing Food anil Whites Cream Vermifuge The result will bo the worms will pear arid the child become liealthy and cheerful Piice 25 cents Perry and Thomas July4lm Hon W P Bvnum says the gold Democrats will not put a ticket in the flout thiayear Those wholiye on farms araliable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapl 1Iwhen1lards Snow Liniment is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 cents Perry july4lm An AtchlnHun woman who loss one guest refers to ht company as a house party Freezing Weatlier In July Would URI discomfort and lost but fortunately it is seldom known A vast sUbunit of misery is causedat this season however by impoverish ed blood poor appetite nut general debility Thene conditions may be rnmldled by enriching the blomkamt toning the stomach with Hoods Sir saparilla This medicine seems to put new life into the whole physical system simply because of its wonder fill power to purify enrich and vital ize the Mood au appetite and invigorate the digestive functions We advise you to get a bottle and try it if you cia not feeling just right It will do you morn good than n Ilx weeks vacation It is the best medi due money can buy jylllm An attempt was made to destroy the grand palace of the Uhatnps Eljsus at Paris Can You Tell Whf t Yon lOire constant headaches lire nervoullltudsletplCM at night and reel tired in time nmrnini Your blood isnt carrying the rights material to your nerves and other organs Boffin taking Hoids Saraaparilla the great blood enriclior suit you will soon rjeal ize a change You will feel better alid Kironicer will reliali our food andjeu Joy refreshing sleep Nausea indigestion are cured by Hoods Pillst W STaylorilhe Kentucky fugitive was In New York laat week Xis CMit buidlyhiaiid1eajped isolated horn enjoy wenu of its little fettSwbeings It cannot partake eIth loftbeir play or iwir 8tu1rdYWOrked peeress in the w irld its whole life U embittered by incaiwe rmear own jw s tlariagfthwkm1 trk1malAlsaiist- 4rw 1iM iteqIieeMbMl1lalr ptc1vUt ra A BUSY I During This Sale f 1 Be as otot lOcoI Tickings Cottonnades Closing Clothing eyeopeners clothing us GEORGETOWN Cathartic great We have a cool sale on Dr aid wells Syrup Pepsin because wo pimr antee it and refund your money if it does not hIi lust as we represent it Call for a booklet that toils von all about it at druggists julylllm Kensington has a girl named Sal A Mander She sas she rather likes this sort of weather KOKOMO IND Aug 101899 PKPSIX Svuut Co lear SlrFor the past lOyears I was troubled with my stomach About 4 years ago with taken down with rheu matism wis not able to do a days work fur 3 years All medicine seemed of no benefit to me A year ago I was SyrupIOpLuilidied but tot this medicine My rheumatism ii entirely gone and my Stomach in in good condition It has paved my life and I cannot recommend it too highly Yours respectfully ELWOOD McCnAoKJ Sold by druggist July9lm Learn to keep your own troubles to yourself The world is too busy to care for your iHs and sorrows Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the system Wtiich grow and are confirmed by neglect Heroine gives tone to the stomach and causes good digestion Price 50 cents Pery Thomas july4lm The coal dealer usually makes enough In winterto have flume time during the auminercinonths An Eplileraic of Ulurrliooa Mr A 5aiKlors writing from Cocoa nut Grovit Fla says J here has been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea there lie hadaiievere attack and was cnred by four doses of Chamberlain Colic Cholera tad Diarrhoea UlJmed lie nays ho aLso recommended It to others tntl they ny it it the best mniUcine PerryrhmoiaL nhbjxlyIWe bxe sold many dmerint uSim- glremediesbpt nOOlhl1s given better sLIlaYs1rNewark N Jc ft in perfectly safe and can i t6 rolled upon iti nil passes of bylerrytCholliflj IIow nindlUo VOlt love her Hwoddio How drtl ki Vw ltlont kniw yet how much shes worth Whitelf Cream Verinifnge ofconly electuacyexpels Orls1ju fsuna afl IR a and tJrn an jU cure rorchlhlsiaiid1 tv r in childreaj Price 2o cents Perry and Thiouias1juy41nr doitsdniy If dont neMlectJts call or tow doesof may save Soil Ia spell otsickneas Horbiaeia the tonl perfect liver medicine It cire c ao fever Prfco 50 cenU rerry 1homas jdlyt ins The Ver rn woman imbues leoiip tx In heri with her hair diiillier bank bat she u1ott PismiIsrh tlmx Isess irftnE4 slshva41- u1yrii4 t7t I 4h4Wd orv SbriW Hf Ita ti V p 7IH7I7IH7IHI7I 7I 71 ffi LEXING N INVE TMEN ij F Pays You 300 fo Every + Dollar InvestL- i t I + Branch office frontrooiS over Joplins furniture tore L P TOdD MGR 7F 7r 71 71 7 Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itchingand smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cnsw Jtisit favorite remedy fol lOre DIP s chapped hands chilblains frost Wtcs and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per Vox Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when ia bad condition Tonic blood pn rand vermifuge They are not f tod but medicine and the best in use tu put a horso in prime condition Price 25 seatsjWIIghMy watch hasnt varied nl minute in ton years alPJ1v8J- ilt o lm without u r iuhvyT j jriEcZgMAJTCHhNthHUWllSD1tLESCUIIEIY I 1 it a flu ieaiimtIDoes Dis tressing eruptions qn the skin so you feel ashamed to ba setu in cginpanyj Do cabs and scalds form on the f kin V9j1Eczetnaltjklrisor the skin PrjckJing Rinriu the sTtin Holl Pimples horse pains Swilltjn joints Falling hair All run iowa sorfJltYUlcersand Iriipurhles anil Poispna in the iilood fo curl tOlljn cured take B B Bf Botanfo Blivul 1tlmwhIch makes the blood pure and Tjph B BoB will cause the sores to itching of ec zema to top foreyefL the Mile to be come clear sad the buiath sweet B B B ia lust the remed have been looking for Thorongfiljr tested for 30 Our er8 Iro advised tory 11 JBBi ForMa dmxgtets atlper largo bottle Iixt large bottles full tre tm iU 16 edlrecllOflWlth- e8Ch bottle So Sff1fl teiJtt a trial bottki away it Addrea BIXXXP BAtJML CO 4 WHcl ell Btw tjA witaj Gt DoKritM vow trmbh 7r iiii4 JMt1kiU ad wbi tl Il moreantoyingirevent active exercises are bad enough but one that makes OVIMI rest miserable is worse Women are nniony BuckeyePilfl bottletubesjulj4 1m Learn to lanpli A good laugh is betitot than medicine I ITiSllilSFor an Editor to Recommend Iaftrnt Medicines NewsBrevardNCIteditor of ft newspaper lies the right to publldy recouiiuieiid any of the various proprietary medicines which llixnl the market yet as a preventives uutTeiing wit eejl it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Uwlenv coil Diarrhoea Remedy We have known auiiiyfottwentyit reliable In many caies a those ot this remedy would save hours of naf ferlnp while a phyMcian w awaited Ve do not believe in depending itn tircltyon any medicine for a Hire bpt we do believe that jf a bottle i f Cham biJrlalng Diarrhoea Rtmedy wore kept on hand and iod at the in ception of ah attack tuiuli eaflenug avoided and in VtJy many cases thin presence of a physlclanwl1I1- no be requires At least thin linn IMI U our experience during the past twotily years For sale by Perry Thomas july4lui Its paver hot that it cant be hot tor HBW is Ike Ticket Doesltfiuit you Well we are sot aliahikoyou known this wordaMi4 it to everyone bu th CaLilweIlsbyrupJotwtJjwtloiii Iailg tlofl sick tifMi heeka nd stack toab4e Sok4 jMl9l- JiiiuIIPI IIt 1iiT III i 1tpoot I i t TJii1J wI if 19uffioods y J N OUt+ t + prIces Cothp1you totrLt1 wLh ghe tsru lllk t tLf Li13fluti 1l J I rWiJ HJ IDil lliIDlll r jJ i 4 ID n 1 lla The ladles cannot liujlouuhuil by witchy i1pe bombastic claims v AU vti have to shY Ts webuy ofIr IteaWoods and vheii3ou buy you know you have jdatctwant If so trade with hItADGIbSOfli WERNTZ FAMILY OrMEMBERS r MR M1EMXJ OF NEW Will up his FALL GOODS at 11 Stouts tomorrow- I 1s Li jr 7Je199PSoif an iva tlllI Ito get a d tr ITI I TOr flU uffiG night and in the mornlnt and pick9ut one and have it made up any you it D B Cutler Door D Old lOne ham on Maiii Street I 1 GfitJ EXPRESSED DIRECT FROfl DISTILLERY TO CONSUMERS ALL CHARGES AID n n n I tltiUillTI nmi BrertaCOVINdTON I tIIIIIIoiDjtolJ vau1Ii PId1JIsltcT Dept T SLaU Zip cOp MunJa1 0110 I3niief m == =Snores Y ull find I to go to W JJ 1 AiR ithrdno PARIS ExPAugust fcr f I9OO ==13 IS 1617 18 = 90 o I 30000URS HSSTOTJT- DonecdlU 30000 Live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Ere9 Attact1tzTHE HUNGARIAN 10 MILiTAl Y BAND 3SF1llC Lads direct from Hungary Dlly Conccrta TIlE C- 4erlalists Snpremj YORK quick faiu1eci wiltgsj celebratod FREE PKHPOUMANCES mrli toy front the grind stand v r In 35 J In of TIlE DILL 1OfTn FAMILY I i X or 8MEMI3EII SS Unrivaled Acrobats Jle 8eOAOI N JL AIHlncliidc till inout gorRPOiis ex prrlvo and Itlra tIarray of nmnF nint features tho best and h ghes IrAN artists anil tin aKKr Salon of Oriental and moI n ro erty fcitiiro cvi ruiigiv aHil untter om management YOU CAXT A FORD TOMJSS IT K W S1AIN Swrctary Lexington ICy ExrslOn mtr on all nillnmils Set posstcr anil iiiall linin hUlA p A FBA T open time want Slifriian East OfW 14 cminlist lOW PRICES n We are gping to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION in prices in orde to make more room for our large Fall Stock We have no chew SHOES to offer for sale but the very best that money can buy They wear right look right and fit Bright Youll be rijht if you buy them listen I Qiir Prices freWalking I f Lndies KhfShoes Price 150 Cut toS1 10 60CL tI0 fol s SF H t n 75c 7 f ft iT rf i v Ou 1 00 Pirrleather f44 300 i 2 25 Mens Titiriuwl Black nci hoesu 350 2 75 d1 A 300 225wl urj v 2 50t 175 Ciilf Shoes Vv v 225 160u Vr 150 110 Do you want to makYnqney If so buy shoes from us You can make money i by saving itt Jjtt ct4KJCi L TO THE FEAST BLOW PRICES FREEMAN BROSMAIN tIOUSI3fflCi1IOND KY h rlesL earcys Drain Ee Tile Cctitejfactories Tile Dralwje Is a Pcrtaet f freve et otor3 in oar ii cu 6 lb I4 is on rT 4 F T 55s 2bCQ t0 l iiifi 2 j3 19 100 tO 244Z25OQ = 1LPrice list F O B Cars at Factories I whercnoncgrcbeforcA well drain ejd farm vill cause you to be remembered mm b1eshaftOnly tiicj best crops and the best investment nblc Factory at suaTLON P QjAvmo lADisoii CUNTYKY 1 i i 4 j ii WAJ5KI1TGT LTTXR As soon ns President McKiuley has gone through his Cinclntmtuslike per formance of bciiip notified ot his notui nation wlHle dressed in ntugli home Kpun on lilt front porch at Canton he will return to Washington ami tnke up the neglected niuna eineut of Uhlnete ntlairn It w high time The chiefs ol all the European govcrniiieiits are working pyertiuie attending to tre nieifilons that arise out of the fiiHtern situation nnd only MoKinley has found time to leave the capital fur II vacation Besides iuiportaut uiatter8 of detail the Impression id growing that an extra seusion f88 will htivn to be tailed or that the Irexident must take thu rettpoiiKibilitr of fortgo lUll nil venuoMice for our inurdeied ritizfim if they have been ninrdeted Ihe protetition of the lives of American citizen abroad in out thing PiinUli uient fur h irdmth iu another and quite a didrrent thing inviilvliig the VrttVtti cuiioiderntions of policy as well justice 1ise state Department was r hL in its nruutneiit that lie forcible rescue of our citizens threat fiiKl wish tleath at the lianiis of the Boxers or an infuriated Uninese mob did not necessarily involve any act of war njCTinst the Chinese Government But any act of revenge whether by nu attack on the Chines fones the seizure of a Uiiuese tort orChisese ter ritory would mean an net of war If not war against thin Imperial Uovernineut it wuuldbo war against the Chinese people Such a step cannot be taken without the express consent and authority of Congress wliicii body alone under the Constitution has the power to declare war Many people do not quite under stand the advantages that may be de rived from running a two tailed ticket in thin campaign this tall At first blush it would seem anything but ad visable to divide the fusion forces and thus perhaps allow the Republican Vice President to win by a plurality vote only when the other two dates had a majorilfIf llIbllled Hut nothing of is posoilile In the first place neither a President nor a Vice rCtiilellt caltbe elected by a mere plurality Eh niuxt have a clear majority of the electoral college sllhnt unless Itooeeveit gita this majority a divition between tie others julv ineatis that the choice will be thrown into the present llonre This being Republican would of course choose Kepuhliiim But here comes the point The voters of the country do not cum their ballots for President and VicePresideut at all but for eke tors who can select any one they choose for the office Indeed the Constitution supposed that they would exercise their independent choice with peopleHutare chosen on thin ticket oh another and always vote for the candidate of the party electing them There is however nothing to prevent their do jug otherwise A man elected as a Bryan elector could vole for McKinley suit the act would be entirely legal If then when the electors are chosen tins fall it should be found thatSlevetl son and Towne together had a majority one would nplyinstrnct hiselectorsto vote for theotlicrwlio would be chosen Jinny wotern men think that thin party In snore likely to succeed in choosing the majority of thin electors PopuIhalNebraska Populists might resent being turned over to the Democrats and might vote the middle of the road ticket and give the State to the Re publicans lint if a fusion ticket were arranged with say live Towne and three Stevenson electors it would stand a better chance of winning And thin votes though cast for different electors would really be counted for one luau thin other probably being consoled by n Cabinet post Representative Richardson of Ten nessee minority lender of the flume Chairman of Democratic Congress ional Campaign Committee and perm anent chairman of the Kansas Citv Convention has returned to Washing ton to take up time work of the cam platfurlllthey will commend tlietnxelves to the country Said he My ideas ns to the platform were pretty clearly set forth in mv speechas permanent chair man I did not use the phrases free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to I1 mill saw no necessity for repeating it in the platform The controlling reason thoughtthatsue of title year yet Were it omitted the very fact of the omission would give it more prominence and possibly cause it to he discussed more platformiheout of the platform it would be an issue but if it were put into the platform it won Ie bo superseded by the great issue of imperialism This Is the important point The chief issue of a campaign is bytImeplatform declared that imperialism onlydeclaringgreatest demonstration of the three days while the convention was in sew sion occured while the plank on im penaillm in the platform was read I nave attended many conventions but mover witnessed anything equal to time scene at that time A somewhat new idea is being tried this year by the Democrats who have organized wliat is known as a national precinct coinmitteo composed of one working Democrat in every voting preejut In the country Many States have been organized and the commit tie lisa a muster roll numbering 47 815 working Democrats The are to bo used to distribute literature to can vass and make reports to the executive committee Each has received a com mission from the national committee and in fact Is an auxiliary member of that body This committee WorkingDejnoeratwhiicb It is a kind of a campaign text hook polnlelStocratic spellbinders the country After 50 days the great street rail wav strike at St Louis has been declared oil and an agreement has been sIgned Thti old schedule continues In force but employees may join any union Time dischargeCommittees exceptthosereinstated as vacancies occur 4 p ctjPI REMOVES THE CHAIN OP SICK NESS AND MISERYI- T STBENOTHDfS THS STOMACHPvalflES BLOODS 1 AM NERVES LUNGS 6IyE3LtPETe ns I Mrs Col Richardson SAVED IV MRS P1NKHAM L LLTTII IcU riMCiuu 72890 You have saved mitHe snatched me from the brink of the grave almost and I wish to thank you About eigh teen months ago I was a total wreck physically I had been troubled with leucorrhcea for some time but had given hardly any attention to the trouble i At last inflammation of the womb and ovaries resulted and then I suffered agonies had to give up my profession musician and piano player was confined to my bed and life became a terrible cross My husband sum moned the best physicians but their benefit was but temporary at best I believe I should have contracted the morphine habit under their care if my common sense had not intervened One day my husbandnoticed the ad vertisement of your remedies and im mediately bought me a fuR trial Soon the pain in my ovaries was gone I am now well strong and robust walk ride a wheel and feel like a girl in her teens J would not be without Ly Jia R Pinkhams Vegctabla Compound it is like water of life to me I am very gratefully and sincerely your well wisher and I heartily recommend your remedies I hope some poor creature may be hplped tohealth by reading my atryMn8 Cot E P EiCtttBDSOX- RinNELAXDEB Wzs OPPOSED TO MILITARISM We oppose militarism It means ron quest and intimidation at home It meatls thin strung arm which has ever been fatal to the free institution It is what millions of ourcitf zeus have fled from in It will impose upon our peaceloving people a large standing army and an unnecessary burden of taxation will be a constant men ace to their liberties A small standing army and a well disciplined State mi litia is nlnply sufficient in time of peace This republic has no place for vast mIll tary service and conscription When the nation in in danger the volunteer soldiers are the countrys best dffend elsTlle national guard of the United States should ever he cherished in the patriotic hearts of a free people Such organizations are over an clement of strength and safety For time first time in Our history and coeval with the Philippine conquest has there been a wholesale departure from our time honoredand approved system of ohm teer organization We denounce it as unAmerican unDemoaratic and un Rcpnhlican and ae subversion of the ancient and fixed principles of a free people Democratic Platform A Niplit of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Machias Me when time doctors said she could not live till morningwrites Mrs SHJlncolnwho attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from pneumonia but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it list more than once saved her life and had cured her of Consump tion After three small doses she slept easily all nightand its further use completely cured her This marvel ous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only oOc and 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store 1 KENTUCKY LIVE STOCK 1899 The assessors report for Kentucky show the following number and vaIn ation of live stock for the year 1899 Thoroughbred or Standard Horses Stallions BUll valued at 1155727 or SmM per head geldings 303 head valued at 43008or Sll3 78 head marts 0242 head valued at 430443 or 8205 per heart Common horses and stallions 1035 perhendperheadAJulee 147075 head valued ato5S3 824 or 38 11 per head Jacks 3050 head valued at 174058 or 57 06 per hplt- Jellllcts20H head valued at 27323 or S13 11 head HTIioroiighbred or Standard Cattle and Bulls 793 head valued at 2GCG7 or 3302 per head i cows find calves 4 009 perimendCommon cattle 705494 head valued at 12675783 or 1781 heat- lShctpalllinds627OO hcadvalued at 1512200 or 2 40 per head Hogs alt kinds 1520473 head valued at 3729008 or 248 per head After many intricate experiments scientists have disco ercd methods for dlgestantKThtprotion found in the human body and united with substances that buildup the digestive organs making a com pound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and allows all tiourhmilmingfoodjug radically cured by the medicinal agents it contains It is pleasant to take anY will give quickly relief Perry Thomas The government crop bulletin for Kentucky said Tile reports con tinue to show a much bettorwbeat crop than was anticipated both in yield and quality In places itwas some what difficult to Iwrveat to be ing broken down bttfthoMirop where threshing has been completes is very satisfactory Corn has improved arid is nearly all laid by in very fair condition Tobacco has improved and is quite promising except in localities in the western portion ot the State where destroyedbyerally doing quite well except apples which are dropping badly and promise only a very short crop Early peaches are ripe and are generally quite fine Irish potatoes are ripe and an exception good crop is reported A most ex celUnt crop of oats is being secured In croptakingwestern portion am in good condition but in many localities in the centraland eastern portions they are badly in need of rain Dyeing is as simple as washing when you use PUT NAM FADELESS DYES Sold by C L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panola Ky july4lm Braggles Ikuow a woman who had twins and one of them was five months older than tho other Miss IngeuueHo perfectly ab surd Twins haveto be born at the same time- Braggles with a superior air Yesv bnt they dont have to die at the same time New York WorM A gentleman recently cured of dys pepsin gave time appropriate rendering of Burns famous blessing- S me have meat nUll cannot eat and some have none that wantit i but we have meat and we can eat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what yon eM- It instantly relieves and radically cures Indigestion and nil stomach disorders Perry Thomas Tho LIVe StOck Department of the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival is the biggest thing ever attempt ed In the South August 1318 Cheap excursion rates on all roads f Tim law holds both maker and circu lator or a counterfeit Illallygullty- The dealer who soils you a dangerous counterfeit of DaWittft Witch Hazel Salve risks Your life to malta H little larger profit You cannot trust him DeWitffi is the only genulneaad origi nal Witeb Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and all skirt dfeefttm See that yoBt dealer leVIMI JJe Wmi tvelerrytST- hiI1iiii iA CHEAP OUTING tiI 04 j Dont snv 3flhihIitVen I nivhey tnTtakei I trip EveryiodyaLi t kw this one and will see 1S n at can see in three montl abroad The Lexington Fair inmibrmmufiItahtthir latent amuse ment fvaiures wlthln ur Au gust 13 17 You see representatives of all nations in their native costumes and sports Watch poolers and small bills v J MANYIN ONE r r With 12 diffejent theaters a dog show a mmikey show a potty show a wild show streets of nil nation elephants camels niikeys etc the Lexington Fair provides most eX tciiMV entertainment ever conceived Time Arcadian Villa tutu most gjgautie umumeQieiit feature evercmited is open nfght Augustft3JRe ducrd rates on all raSlioads jAI Will often cause a horrible TJurn Scald Cut or Bruise IJuckleifs Arnica Salve the best In the world will kill the pain and promptly hlllt Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ufceref Bollsi Felons Corns all Skin E ruptions Boat Pile cuio on earth Only25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggist 1 Why many young men who start out in business tall is because they try to do too marie things at once The re suit is that they dontknow as much ns they ought to about one thing and they naturally fail The reat trouble is they work on so small salaries that they are afraid that they will do too much They dont enter into tbe spirit of the work assigned to them To pet on and be appreciated says one of the richest ladies in the country a young man must do more tItan he is expected to or is paid for There is great truth in this and employers are generally willing to pay more than they agree upon to young men who strive to take an interest In their work Men who can he relied upon are always in de maud Time scarcest thing iu the world to lay is a reliable young man Think of this young man Centralia Mo Guard Secretary of Agriculture Wilson says that in Nebraska nowadays the skins of superfluous dogs are tanned and made into lues11 which aOordsavaluablesuggestioninasmuch as every large community kills off treat numbers of curs annually time hides of which might just as well be utilized as wasted Dogskin of course is one of the hOlt materials for gloves and for this purpose we import hun dreds of thousands of dollars worth of carmine pelts annually Iu Manchuria and on the Eastern borders of Mongolia where the severe cold develops a beau tiful growth of hair are found thous nods of flocks of young dogs There is a great demand for both dog skins and dog hair in Xoitliern Asia A bride in Mongolia or Manchuria commonly re ceives a number of live dogs as wed ding presents Saturday Evening Post For burns injuries piles and skin di SalveItnffl1 red Use only DeWitts Perrv Thomas Whyhavoin earlier times when nothing was known of insecticides and insect killers One reason is that our modern civilization seems to have a thirst for bird lifo and have destroyed millions of insectivorous birds that on the in sects which we now fight with Bor deaux mixture etc The best insect killers we have are the births But gradually they are bOing killed off and hvillJlJuartershyarid wooded lands compelling thorn to seek other lImps and many of our na tive birds have become extinct Farm ers Voice We are informed that the Porto Ri can plank of the G O P platform was suppressed because it was feared that ithilhtradefense edhistaxlawthanDeWittsandTimomas comingtoment of the Philippine islands Tho present force not large enough lo gar importanttowimsbe inevitable in Mindanao Luzon and the Suit Islands A writer tin an eastern paper esti rowlsInthe number of eggs produced was about thesefowlsat 420000000 Circuit Judge Morrow in a decision at Somersel holds that the esitiicky vagrancy law is unconstitutional lie says it is in is conflict with the Thir teenth Amendment to the Federal Con slit ution thefirmsKnow much Well say the office boy actually doesnt consider postedChijcagoPost campaignpeoplethem more closely titan at any other time An advertisement ingetted non gets an tJ chance of being read Cnttlpomacres of and 15 cuuntfexns recentlyqnaraimtined aro preparing to demand damages ag toimaceGeneral Harrison it is stated will canipaignhisacts of time present administration Perry Heath having been elected Secretary of the Republican Campaign Committee will resign his job as First Assistant Postmaster General Former Congressman Henry U John wn of Indiana who has been a life stumpfor WE GUARANTEEDr Caldwclla Syrup Pnpsiiii to euro any case of ConBtipatonlndJitestlon Sick or Stomach TVonino whea taken according to dircctkHts t or DM W B CAbMflCLU- Hi after twoUi lot AftreMt WORe dollar bottle it fells to Aa MI VeprcwenttxJ we wIlt MfnadtlM JIII se priee uII yup tPMIV I1Cu If y- a11I Ne ierLw When tho soldier dons hi of war tb leave hits homeand friend hllJteelart cji his honider leanl sad asks heart Will you forget me datllngr And tern Is what be says v Nd oOr ms j Juove IAUIhen w ar askedf Wt wilt meTe our NOmimdweaayempbatlcall I Having rented the shop Church wb will there conduct tc Central Kentucky Monninentiil Work suit at Nlchd the lcbolasvJlG Marble jGranhto- Woikswith skilled labor flr tcla nlcrial polite attention and low price Call1o l leel ine73wGOLDEN FLORA THE K JUISYJ44i TIMES n T Richmond 7 will be promptly delivered to residences and places of busi ness by our local agent IJ T Hamilton ewsIReports Paper in Ky GAS STOVES AT COST CHEAP GAS ofef expIOSi0111when This Company Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Encourage the Use of the Gas Stovear Once try a Gas Cooking Stove and you will never give it up It is just as cheap as coal and always ready can bake in three niinutes We sell Stoves at Cost and run pipe to curbing free mill into the house at Cost Use a WelRbacli burner and increnoo your light five times and reduce your gas bill twothirds Call at the ollice for particulars IllMQ1ll W A TBR LIGHT Season fishing tickets 5 i day tickets 25 cents imaytf NOTICE We wonld call your especial attention to the fact that oar stock of WAtL PArER AND DE AIVE DEmGN Just received are all new and of the choicest design and we Invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main street and Inspect same before bujlng elsewhere We lave Kir W L LEEDS connected with us who will furnish estimates on all work arid decorate your rooms in the latest stylo and at reasonable puce 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 articles stationery paints and oils Plcasecalland examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Respt PERRY THOMAS o 213 MalnStreet RJchmonJ Ky PHONB NO 74 Janlrly 1n e I e II II e a jrn PLEASE TRY I tOANIJY CATHARTIC I lOc s2c 50c I s WIIy BUY pay middlemen from and a good big profit when you can buy direct from a manufacturer and jobber at wholesale prices We manufacture everything in the paint line We buy in large quanti ties in order to get jobbers prices thereby enabling us to sell you for less money than those who buy in small quantities without any practicalex perience 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 moneythan any firm this side of the large cities Geo M Willging waIlPape Window shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass c r trQniz lloll Ii11oe Insure your dwellings barn i and other prop erty in tho BLUE GRASS INSUKANLU COM PAN of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIFE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become ft nieiuberof company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year falling to yearJoorcall on their agent and collector 8 n B Black aUorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompany upstairs J H rATtTEn Pros mayWly C C BOSWORTII tierv FOR SALE Om registered hull and twenty hlghBrado Cows and Calves privately If not by September 1st 1900 will semi publicly also rent my farm amid other personal property Sonic ol these Cows are extra good milkers W T BARNES mayfllm Richmond Ky Dr Louis li Landman No 803 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will beat Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each iionth Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky maylly THE GREAT Elks Fair Winchester Ky AUGUST 1 2 3 premiumsBalloon MidwayGreat Thousands of other attrac tions Send for Catalogue f1 Jnir tefoW- inchester Ky r- eg v LtI XaLt lj PITT BURG mrTRALnT9KYAL EAST LIBERTY PA OFFeR SUPERJOR ADVANTAGES f0 SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Batti more Washington Philadelphia New York anti all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds 6f stocks Consignments for Commission firls given prompt at1 tention I Paigic1EUEFY Mlra PENCE Something New In Farm Fence Age 1ts for the Blue Orasit Wire Fence Coof l ttulfiveIIadjsoncounbefore Coa1Iayt WIThIir ALL DRUGGISTS ISSSC SPRiNGS 8 Iffif Ve wish to annOUllce to our friends and customers that 13 1itii line is con11Iete for Ii Q f3J fTI S RiN rf R111l I ir ilffll Factory prices have ndvanced on ppl Liotii1itiia our goods early and can offer in iiI iidF3lj a 1lie F1 IW of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c iito 75c Other things COlTeSIOllI i ingly CHEAP 6 uiideiIa a pj w OLDIIAM SUCCESSOR TO B1GGERSTAFF OiniAJI rifi Day Phone 7G Night 136 E A BOON TO MANKIND1 m DRTABLERS BUCKEYE PILECURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CINTS JAMES f BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists janl0t SEMIANNUAL STATEMENTV OF TIlE Southern Mutual Investment Co LEXINGTON K tf tv c SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 26 9oO STATEMENTTotal numlerof 3HITutal481 itotal number of couponslsauej i Number paid ztIS Number paidup coupons i 475 Number coupons lapsed and cancelieiL 17lUui- ttal dr 1IiGUe HHH number coupon in forced ViJ tt r6J Total paid qn coupons redeemed 2tTotal passeft to Reserve Fund nst41L7 i 111111 1ncomefmntDecember26l8ZtaJunelpjat 21 Paid on coupon redeemed Passed to Relerve Fundo 55 rij 117685 S3 txPCItIe home and branch oltlcrs zaC3 advertising Including atenta commie and othpe expensesDividendi iiv so jlanco 900 5p305 53 lO9t21- EbVvFo Total pu se4 to Reserve Fund t 1tLess death claims cash surrenders tc L laii3a I tol tktsnrsmctso IASSETSANa iJ nJSc I J1 waftS on firfi niortage real estate an4 ASswrs Resiestate apeov Ieoale tOil 87 Stocks andpnda 214791l Open FHTBltur MiFlxtarcs apvCsehon han T 40 NetRrsene 25LIlAmount to cdIl oU Year Efldowtitei autyc sd rpIuFuaj1 rkJNl7J 1l1G mfi rIA 8X r BOWXA1IW 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