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UICIZMOND KENTUCKY flMcoovvrCUinax Onitc with Jas Mc Crejry Second UtraN RW MILLER ATTOUNHrATLiW f IliciiMUND KENTUCKY Ollice in the Barnaul lluilding neitdoorto anucrs National Hani feli3ly s rvAlIJA ATTUKKKY TfjAv UUUMOJH KENTUCKY Olovtr Hintu Itsink Trust Co opI iisiti Court HiiiHH mi Aliiin Street J J V u MOHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICIIMOKII KENTUCKY Oilico ilIS4Olll street over Chen anlts gnvory W H LfTCHtfR 1 1tJ1It JO tKinnioxi JCBs KY Illicit with T SmitlijJr Ucl Givmgtoii litI YOUNG MEN WANTED SJMSSSlto LKMIN TKLKGUAtll V lUllroad Account Is ndorecd by nil leriirnifralVwraycoiiipailes us the only perfect and reliable Institution Its kind All our tluates are assJste1 to position Ladle also admItted Wolte for free cabtiOiiiO Fall term opena Angu3t iS 0 LOnE TELEGRAPH COLLUO Lexlllgton KY l3june4- u TALBOPJAOS ATTOUNEYATLAW UICIIMONU iRNTUCIY Ut Office in fruitier BuOiiins Main Street P3Y3IOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBBON IlnvrClASK AND SUHGEUAS- RtcimoNii KKNTUCKY Office in the Joe Ctlint building and so Sec ond Street orer Wnue old druetore 27 elIAS C IIOOICKR- VETUHINA Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty caOlflce at table on corner First and Water atreets Ricl moud Ky pr7ly II C JASPJSR MDMedicine and Surgery gbcePmth r Puildinu MainStreet 1 e at the Carr place on Uroadway RICHMOND i KKKTCCKY GW EVA148 Jl a r l yistciAN AND SURGEON RICIlIoIUIW H iL tlft1 DEUl Clt J i 1Tn- lLetLST t C S 1 or L4ui2Yt1zB IT lHflcu next door to OoTernment Building nichmSud Ky Office bouri4 U 121 w 4 norirly t FRED SMITH f petijisr 7 nOlt1ce oveTq1or13fOS UrdwrelO7I- aiu Street PATENTS AS TO PATEIfTABItmr DookHo1r Notice la JavenUve eirMlJMeD Age FR j AL CAafllif f OIke 1ho cEo teffc 1heat r ts 19 BEAUTY Lndyr f home jL the Ills theDcmeofj f Itbttronae The Lndy Flonnei Remedynot a careall but a cure for dineswi ot woman other Indlvlilnnl It now Is offered for the lint Manufactured cINE CO S date AEDDINGV f PJECESSITIES Tho bridHllern havohorebov toeki contain such n pleasing nsr Inrtm lIt of Sinjilo ami coinbina huh Btqne anil wedding RINGS iUilc plnco are tlItyblLiIlfllbleat incIiiti zill prices FEA- tIERLct j j h i The Truth ANDYOUOETITIrET- wicc aeecouricrJ foali O M OCRATIO IN POLITICS Pnbllhef ever Wedreaday SatunLiy lOt papers one year forCLS Tile TWICE AWEEK COURIERJOURNAL IIlIperlorofall storiestbanSamplecojileaCOURIERJOURNAL C- OLOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement YOU CAS GET THE CLIMAxand the Twicea Week CourierJournal both for one year for 125 This Is for cash subscriptions only All anb scriptlons under this combination offermust be sent tluouih the CLIMAX office A FAIR OFFER I will fill any onler for yotunt the clrylilleiitty KelectcJ from cata loKUOllmtyon mny luVo thereby sav ing you expense ordering JtCSPfCtftlll- vjrtn3Ivc JP ARM f CIRCULATING WASH BOlLERi I 11 ptMLOVJEDMACH15Tht19I BoioM SHOWJt4Q COUlD ti oPPlm PIPES I YIor4eS llamnt4Pabhtf4 rarlnt 4klJsdIIP Inettie a1e fcc Ut II ii eur Sur irriitr Ji4i Tip 3 IIIU1tt lcLU9- CopB OfI I of bdi prIcC w r54CbOteAItI iIIi1trtiaJMTa Viff to f ANNOUNCEMENT von COUBTT CLEBK We are A1thorizedto announce 8XNKORD1 OLDIJAM jDdldate for Count sub Jet to the actiono the Democratlorrty We areanthojze announce AROIIKA V ANAUUHDOTY for Count Clerk sucJlCtto the action of the Democrat Patty iDURNto the action or the Democratic Party j TEVISacandfd1tlfforaction of the Democratic partyI WArnthe action of the Democratic party AVe are authorize to announce SI It subJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttolog 8USBIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN P Madlsol1countysubJect WflALLAUDofVhIteSheriff subject to the action of the Democraticparty MARTINUENTRY DemocraticpartyWeare authorized announce P B BROAD nfadlsoncountrlIubJectto FOB ASSESSOQ OLDRAMcountysubject to the action of the Demoparty OEORUENOLANDitcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATHERAGE theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce DUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party LDAKEltDemoCraticFOB JAILER We are authorized to announce PRTER O 4adisoncountyparty We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS roroneDemocratic party We are aulhorized to announce N B JONES countysublcct PERKINSaction of the Democratic party CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty Fox SOFESIKTESDBirr WWAGERSacandidatethe office of Superintendent of County Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party JTRIBBLEtheDemocratic JYOUNUthoDemocratic IlEMOCRACY NO FOE TO WEALTH Chairman Thomas at the Kansas City Conven lion Democracy wages no war on wealth Under its beneficent rule its creation anlOligtheeffort The desire for material comlbrt and wellbelut is the very mainspring of progress The wealth comes as the reward of honesty industry and thrift commands and must receive the encouragement and protection to all Hut the wealth that comes partnership with the Guvernlllent- which usurps jts prerogatives and per verts its agencies which absorbs the resources aud blasts the opportunities competitionleviesrupts and poisons all branches of offi elitE life and reduces the citizen to dependence upon its will excites our just apprehensions Free institutions must languish without communism ot wealth OfHuial integrity can not sur- Vive its temptation Against its con tinued prevalence tho sonscieiice of the nation miiHt be quickened and aroused if its baleful influences are to be dn stroynd Modem monopoly Is the off isIlellthUentnotllltrjotiim tics nor morality Its inspiration is greed and its purposes accumulation Corruption is its necessary instrument tooloweverytiulnaitnt the rights of men and defies the edvofeignty of States It regulates lifspecessiiiesltdirides punialiesIntegritylous It cives or refuses employment nt its pleasure It the wurk iuhebattalions of employees to life polls baUotlqtMithullcL4auil ito instrument It la enthroned In tiip councils of nation and the States sits Upon thebencli and makes and ex pounds the law It gives millions its political protector to debauub the recblveBtinfodthat it dictates It is marching 0 ties repuhhhas accepted the guagu of altio7 Ki th6r the trust or the Government mus- tliftjiear Rock=a Bye Baby These are sweet words but HJW muck p1lnandsutlering they used to mean Its different now Since Mothers Friend has become known expectant mothers have bcel spared much of the anguish or child birth Mothers fricr0 ts a liniment to be applied externally It Is rubbed thoroughly Into the muscles of the abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they respond quickly and easily vnthoutjjiiln tfplher3 Js foeyer taken nt n JfY JorertiaV remedies alamatlme do more harm than If a Vfoman Is supplied with this splendid llnl mnt she need never fear rising ora elllng teats morning slcknesspr snyf th dscQmfors usu Uy company preg ltnCl fFhe ofa hd1ttTtpa Efit WritCtjht J 2w Srtrturtlme WhH he irzt4hu4 DtKilJie ieeond pf fgnancy Mothers Friend Was used and thc baby wax born easily before the doctor arrived Its cetaftilfet OetMotber5VtkaMttl- i drut tore Si pcrkottle Tz BRADFThLpPwILATO CO fiW r r wJ EYBWITJB T RY Q r H WMItLmN TJRVB DR LCDIS KLOPSCH JUST BACK FROM INDIA RELATES fp FAMINfi SCENES IN BOMBAY Dr Kloppch made two trips into the famine ilistrfctp going first 500 mites fqulIldistanrethan 2000 miles He visited Poona Khedgoan Dhond and Aniedneear and hen llaroda Godhra Dnlind Nariail Ahmedabad and Viragam He in spouted every relief camp and every poorhouse along the Tuttle and while tie had nerved himself he nays for the mission in hand he was still In no wine prepared for t hH shocking state of affairs he encountered Onehalf of India today said he in an interview with representative of this paper is a great charnel house in which countless of thousands have already perished of cholera plague dysentery mid starvation and as many mote urn doomed to a like fate How to describe so as to bring it within the grasp of the human mind I know not Twenty thousand new enes of cholera weekly with soveH yflvn per cent mortality representing 15000 deaths everylinndtitus rhehit and left and starvation star ljhpdented these tell the horrible story asUaccurately as a brief prose summary oFtMiltons Paradise Lost would convex a stnstj of its poetic sublimity The skel ton may be there hut tho soul irwaut lug BombaytheWalking skeletons Everystep of thet dmenstages of destitution piteonsly hegelng for a mito that they might eat and livetrostrated themselves calling upon us as The Protector f the poor our Father anti Mother ourwand our God to save histarvationThey lifted up their hands in eurnest- Rl1ppllcatinll and they uttered theirctitlons while roI1Sly ijtinkedthat for a long time they hail had not ii ing to eat they held out their hands with a beseeching look hoping that we might drop a coin that would purchaseu at least enough food to hunger lust for an hour Gaunt men Joniseved sickly babies children with legs and arms like clothespins and every rib plainly vinihle all ran toward us ansi after rompletely surrounding the carriBgo and entreating us iw temptedtll21vewho accompanied me begged nie not to do it fearing if we to some that the rest would become frantic and endan Ier our safely Jlillinns Given AViy It is certainly gratifying to the pub lic to know of one concurn in tho laud who are not afraid to bo generonsto the needy and suffering The proprie tors of Ur Kings New Discovery fur Consrfmptio Coughs and Colds have given awavpver ton millions trial bojt ties ot this great medicine and hiivo the satisfaction of knowing it has abso Iiitely cured thousands of hopeless case Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse jaess and all disease of the Throat Chest ami Lurigs are surely cured by It Call cii Perry Thomas Druggist Successors IpNV J3 White and get a trial bottle tree ruInrsizo 50c and Every bottle gnnrauteed or price reo fnuclccr 3 iiterlnok time frt that the Lwx IngSflflUdrse Show Fair unit Carnival fllIiJ Viisifit 13 StiLl runs the entire week Excnrbion rates on nil railromln lellcriptheilhetlfot fXIICough Cure TJiin is the favorite rem oily for coughs colds croup asthma grippvnnd all throat and lung troubles Cures quickly Perry Thomas LAST EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY On Tlllullllav August lath the Chefa peak Ohio ltaiiwiuv will run its an Eicureion tt Atlantic City aud Cipe May- 1jcCtS will be sold for both morning and evening trains for 1400 forround trip fruiii LexluJtlnWlnchedr and Mt St rlilljr good returning until August 27lh Through sleepers for At hinlll City will leave Lexington on the P F V Lluilted at 11JO A ruach jug Atlantic City next ahrnoon Sleep nigbttrnillAUantictildp jssort and a vislt there is nevorto befri gotten Send in your unites lot sleeping car reservation or any infor you deal re- George W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky The kissing bug rwillnot Interfere LexingtonHol1oI3how groatreiuction onlyflrmleSlf j lerryandThoAlaB Among numerous other thing for which Sonrrfor Lmltfe failed to give tho 4lgetIimnneVlttlittk iJni rs are fs Jitt1o Jk Jori d Lowel lerrl1dldTz Where did these unfortunate peo conicIgroups to thin larger cities hoping there to be able to beg enough to keep them alive wag the rply How many of them lire in Uomba rOlls l thOU TheMunicipalityrail to the relief camp at Thana twch tvflve miles awat the other day but btlIrIIetLlistahlliepAll along the drive of over two theMamihithesehue1piessIilIIO than threefourths ticked and all mitserably clad Time most per Kisteut in their entreaties were the iiinsinit mothers and nearly every sillier WOIIIHII belonged to that clasp aud the biuldust sight of all was the Pillar chihlmuthenc tlieiunelves in need ot niaienial attention iu their theniacie ed habieb with au intensity of affec f lout that almost broke our lieariu to witness particularly in view of our lCer helpIeBtlieas to relieve their dia ress Houseless and homeless these un fortunates sleep in the streets of Both justWllcfeselves when tiredness overtakes sayhatsingleblOck throughhestreets they sleep also in the drive throughilhiuuuill advanced courier to wake UI tIe s Of course they have neither buessightshat tiluereturn them to the country hut necessity recognizes no law and ties pheyur their loved ones and the city is their last hope If that failti them they must perish and if sIlo they must they may us well die there as elsewhere Money tent to this CLIMAX will be forwarded to the Christian Herald Famine Relief Fund and will be cabled ut once to the Christian Herald Intei denomiiiatiunal Committee of American Missionaries in India for the aid of the starving The CWMAX luau already sent ap p reJ scons i t fMUlSiNI 5It- I w nourishedand for the y mother whose milk docs I not nourish the baby if It is equally good for the tg boy or girl who is thin and 1 pale and not well nourished i by their food also for the Ianxmic or consumptive Y adult that is losimj HeshV 1 and strengthw1 In fact for all conditions V i of wasting It is the food V Ticdicine that will nourish if i ind buildup the body and p give new life and energy T 4 whim all other means fail 1 Should be taken In fummefaa 0 5 1titoe J SCOTT BOWNE ChnnUtsl Jew YorkW I1tttcTO PREVENT CLOTHES BLAZING The light fabrics mannfictnred for ladles dres en may easily be tuadit blaze prnof flits mOIl lpHaxte wliitetamhri Ian lkerhlef or fleecy gauze or the finest lace may by iniply spaking in a weak solution of chlori e ofztnu ho so protected from blaze that If held in the flatne of a candle they way be reduced Jo tinder without bI zlnjiDrfSIIRlop- rlllIrftJ might he without the other garments worn by fch injuredOr are trtoheil let UIPBI be rinsed in water In which a Mttall quButityot saltpeter fit dissolved It Improves t appearance and renders this illicIt otcottPn proof alrlLln8t btllziIIl alsobtttetMtietit Tko 4 Was the ball that lilt G SteatIuiin 0f Newark Mfpb iti the p fil paused hprriblo Ulcers th1no treatI 1rlienBl1ekeUR t puts Brnep Surut Ibis Felons OluySkf rions R Pile care tin earth i cts a ltux re gUratl teethsWij itHrry J1tJJrUK H14I TEN MINUTES WITH WALTON Irhe New York Sun which since its conversion to repnblicanlcin lisa been the lousiest shouter in tin meeting thinks that the democrats liae an al majorityLuthat thty will elect a solid hlocteof 120 representatives in the South To se cure a majority in the next House they will have to elect only 50 Additional member and to acquire these mem bent it is not necessary to carry a presldentinlwritihgon the wall and sounds the note of alarm that Manna may tot in his work which we believe anil hope will be in vain VThe republicans of Wayne county are the most rambunctious of any we have noted resolutions they say We demand a free ballot or a free fight a fair count or a fair fight and the restoration of our civil rights or the inauguration of civil war Some body ought to have said scat when this was adopted and there would not doubtless have been enough left to fin ish the business 5 John W Yerkes is a smooth man a nice man and an attractive inan He has n smile for his frIends aud a tear for his enemies lint allis not gold that glitters and pretty nocalled diamonds IIHVP proven to by worthies paste Mr Veikes i8 the head of a party which has in convention endorsed the acts of Taylor and his corps of conspirators platformHety ansi worthy of no consideration be cause tot appears more decent than the majority of the gang At most he is only tim best of a very bad lotOPRIMARY ELECTIONS In another column we reproduce some of the rules governing the Democratic P artY especially in relation to the duty and authority of cuuntv committees Below we give some matters of interest touching upon primary elections taken from the State Election Law All primary elections lucid in this Commonwealth by the various political parties shall be held and conducted in the same form and manner and under the same requirements as are or shall e provided by law fur tho holding of- uguihlur State elections except in such particulars as are herein excepttd Any person desiring to submit his name to the voters in a primary elec tion shall not later than fifteen days next preceding the holding of such primary election apprise the committee or governing authority of the political party holding such primary of tIll fact that he is a candidate and upon com P lying with the conditions prescribed by the committee or governing author ity for the regulations of candidate shall be declared to be a candidate by autllorityfwho has not given such notice to the committee or governing authority or who hits not complied with the con d iliuIIII prescribed the committee or governing authority fur the govern ment of candidates shall not have his name printed on the ballots used in such primary election but any person desiring to vote for ono other than tilt s 1otor to vote space on the ballot set apart for the names of this candidates for such ofllce at he may desire such person so voted for to hold V predntInprovisions hereof shall be of he same number as is required and designated y law to hold regular State elections nti their duties and responsibilities shall be the same as those of legally appointed and regularly uali fied officers of regular State ehectisins- heyT shallbe appointed by theregnlarly rganized nndltonstltfltei committees governing authority of this political arty holding such primary olectlnn nd shall before entering upon the discharge of their respective duties take the same oath required tll be taken by officers of regular State elections The officers In each primary electionSprecinct shall be selected fnrriishpd by the various candidates such lists to he furnished by the re speesive candidates to tho committee or governing authority at least ten days before such primary election and shall he as nearly equally divided ns pt ssible as to judges clerks anti sherillVj among the various candidates The officers of all primary elections held under the provisions hereof shall have the same powers and privileges as oOicers of regular State elections and shall he subject to the same restrictions limita tions and conditions Any act or deed denounced by general law as an offense iu the ease of officers of tegular State elections is hereby deelared to be an oIftusa in the caire orofficers of such priiiinry elections and shall be punished in the same form and manner as- si prescribed by general law CoilIeLook Is it coated Then you have a bad taste In your mouth every morning Your appetite is poor and food dis tresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres old and re liable cure JYIP A 11 11aiDont take a cathartic dose and then stop Bet ter take a laxative dose each night just enough to cause one good free move fpllowjajjYou very next day Your ur yciurheadaches your toBfue clears tip apdyourgive you tr4ab4elLuLl IMye A Wits fsjSS- yeisaa4IeoasIler thorn tho e tOuo ino more ejxxl than hftKa twxMfcayotlwr IIWJil jla JINJfTAt1 OT II O n e t Ii NE E ITBl OF LIFE t LightI See J M RIFFE arid have him to put you in firstclass sanitary job of AlsohMOElevator Cup Pump Keeps oh handf nndVflvof Iron Pumps Estimates furnished withPlumbinJWind Mills Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box J 73 I have 20000 feet of the Best Quail pricesmay23m +++ + CALL AT+ + M DlflSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Ccolest and most refreshing of drinks that can in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND K- YRemember h1 That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N Depot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you tOI get my prices before disposing of anything in this line 1 L 60TT j n21ti KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlficlally digests the food and aids in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted or gan It is the latest discovered digest lOt and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It in permanentlycuresDyspepsia a IleadacheGastralglaCrampsanclll Prepared by Eo C DeWItt a Co Crjlcago For sale by Perry Thomas ip u EqiRn FOR WEAK MENT- he rent French Remedy Is wlttta spay reach of every ArnTlcan It art powerfully and inlcky Hew 1i Perfect U the result cl 30 dt BI cf rECENERO Yonne men lIt ttJtln zriir1et m1nhOtd and Old Men Till recover their yotitbf vlror It flU ono RECNEPIsCaa bo carried In vr f pocf rt Drrnaill3 anlIhCirculars free Address tho Amerlcaa oCco of BQHDLIUX EEBIJSL LJrit3 ltInA i For sale by Perry Thomas ccptl3ly IFor Sale I 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelMng with eight 8 rooms good barn and other DU ldings good apple and peach orchard watered in state of cultivation church and school houses con venient lelIDSIleasonable Possession given this fall AJ HOUSE mell4tf White HallKy =POPULAR CHEAP EXCURSION JAMBA MSThursday August BIG 4 ROtTE Oily 7Nid Trip From CINClNNATr ALEXANDRIA BAY Thdaand Islands Only G oO wore than Rate to Niagara Falli- kctsRoodjeturntpsTI 12 days inclndliigilftie of ache Elegant trains Of ArfMM CatjndhiglabScked Oschspetsnnily coa dug hv preae n tatyea aBg Fecr PmTbM fLhe ct 1AGENCY FOR THE J AMERICAN ALL STEEL WOVEN WIRE Made of large strong wires heavily gal Mai- vanircil Amply provides for i ad contraction Only Beat cssemer ecl wires used always of uniform ox j1jl ualty Never goca wrong no rpt J j r latter how great a strain 1iZJ U put oa it Djcd not UiIOl inutUate but DOES ijj efficiently TURNI f4i CATTLEHORSES HOGS PIGS FIELD FENCE ctpauslonI rnnc L o C rrHir r EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS f CALL AND SEE IT CM sham you how it aJr1LstOe you money and fence your fields so they wilt STAY FENCED 4 10 ff 1 We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes i 1 which we will sell cheap FOR CASH We are agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht E1I KAVKEFOD i MPATJ MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Eili7I 7J 7IffiFF Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR fl Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite fM + FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call nt the old Btnnd in the rear a f hundlargebuyers fjfVfo have the best workmen in Central Kentucky iu charge of Partiesivingon application LrYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDe JHMES T H77VULTON Proprietor GIVENc AWAY== f DEAR MADAM fc We have on exhibition a few ffl pieces of handsomely decorated hand painted china at our store whicht T we intend giving away free to our l customers qpb We guarantee that our prices on J goods will remain the same This crr purposev 1our the people that we truly appreciate their patronage c This ware is rapidly taking th 0 White Granite or Iron 3China It has that softwhite Stonei f vety finish is of the finest quality thertw5 4 latest patterns and have been designed jSf to meet the tastes of the most fas ec tidious 6101UJ wehavel1 able to get it at a price f wimin the reach ofall Aw Our assortment consists of Cups Tand Saucers Pie Plates Breakfast Plates Dinner Plates Platters Cov Sugart4else yhich goestoake up a FINE a pWeearnstIy4 inspetfit when we will cheerfully 4 give you full information r54n 1 SnbmltltdE i AA iELDER 4MlrllY 4 MoNDKY tl hIi iIjf = I Irir I iii qr II TT141 iinr1 PrintS hows thYo h L L I = 1The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULTV n Proprietor f AD ILtta Oil in knager O E WOODS Editor iQt WEDNESDAY AUUUfrT 8 woo The rtJHLtSHKU Climax XVEKV i tjTTCo1 IRIW LJGR Yi4tR 150 DEMOCRATIGiFiGKEilO e j Jtt ItOR fsrnT avv1tg1AxIe1Nrj4 IItY AN Jrot2v4 11tA1Z B KVUNSUN or ILLINOIS I ruK OOVEHNK- RJO VI BegKHAV J or yxi oy r VR cUIColCql1 ZiON OHO U UliBEaT OP IIRNLaI poa A58E3HOK RTINJncounty subjrcl to the action ot the Democratic IrtytIExUov JAM McCitEAitv has betoll placoil at the head of tub Male Demo tLtC Campaign Committee t GAIT SAM STONK WHS so anxious to L hurt Unltourt ttwUiiiony that he threw uponthunUll his jmrty 11 McCrearyA JMilocntlH ia it wie Hint excellent one tintiJllIt therelUIIl c ==KVKX ii wiiai t ni t nuui Stone lulls Cllll iitinii itt line HIM Uaililll kepi the epieilinhniii uii party inure Uutinuliuii uiiiHtixii iuinuuiiiir tuiaUuu trliule lot to hull a Urtcliat i liiU3 assiiiHt iiiy its HiiiUuil oppltiiuiit Tit H Unitfl Siateo Invialur golil or grtil Jlllil aiuuiil KlipHiiler of Hit Htl ministration 64 f i jiic ilm the Dm IMnlliUII of I isie1eottruo WIlltill t ib wWtetl tiiiiLail iHua IHs urtetlsljul lt tlUftl1 w 1Itilllh bILIIZ tiuii III 1770 aifmiruiily though iti iieuli tIettiagigniiEliougli = = t WOllltlmtllll1IHie Uoebel Jaw lo be Hinemleil ill tiliown by this atiuiiiniud riuicule by the tittLagrt1ili Jly ollVrin = to give tho people of Kentucky a fair election law the usurp tug priiifcd exhiiiil a rare streak ol guiieiosiiy Ht kind in iued Sotrra UAIIOMVA proves to adopt a oniioiuuii wniuli limns the right of- MHfIIU tu tnuhe who can read dud XMIIU aiiil the o organs denounce it lid a wiukci1ultwiipt to disfranchise the imunj li MjKMuhUsetU tile right ol uiiiK iislii in limited to those who uaiiithidanl write Knylinli ami the U p oiViiiit calls this a wise ant pa triotic iJiuviaiuii for thu safety of our inslinitioiis It all depends Upon the pilhicj ulthtlliIllt11fIIU happen to be u Itepublican organ or Hhoiilei THOUGH tile Ue nuiieaii politicians We Oiid at diidjiiij lieic lire siilile ol llit tumor itiues they must luce- Tntill Itf inlatiiin itiuler the present lidiiiini truUoi the d repuiahle mother ul trusts Ilia failure of CoiiirnKs to reduce till wur taxeo whuu iheio a bulging stir hula in tlie lieasury Tile ndlilinmtraUonn utfort to grab Culm Tnc army PcauilHls incident to the war with Spain and the postal scan luls tliat have followed oinct AUDITOI TONK coiiitl tolerate Cnl tona Hleiiling so loin an hetituuK to the gniutlt4tt i irtv hut when Culton for M uk din old party Uipr Stoiro Miieals on him unlion ihe Uepnbilcaii uiiiHpirator Will all runt hut Cuiton the Democratic liar is all wrung Most lenple new hulievu Culton wa 4 nell her dipite CHJIU StoimVciLADsojiE aiininiiieeinent As IHIIK tie UHl Culton hiood up fur the Kepiihliuan gnnxlie Wa s u jfinleinan Lint when he lells on them lit is deiiouuctd im a villian a thl f and a tier In other words it was not so much Cnltiina had private character to which politicalcrata lo defend the liars and thieves as they call each other A few more breaks like Capt Stone and his party will tie onehalf accuned the other hint licensers On with the tixiii and let the truth Ito nnconQned CJBrowerCOIJ LKXINGTON KY A Money- Making Proposition UV ilonl helicvo III mhvrliMriK i I iv below cost alit wn Bihloin liar them that way Von know jrwnlliiH well that n liiprchant orIare ilniPis however when it is vailviealitu to luu wit evt ttvn liiitt Ill isacrillce Tlii in f1jr n fur dirjieiug of all OJIr fJurtJqulllttuj lul8 T rf S YOUR TIME J b desirallc far mlow their uiitrket value nnd wheii We rae ileel rattle wo moan it lhA soH1 lit Miis pale tire nut nhllrtutu worij or oiif of llute but I well cotnp anilo tljeut j a 1jDVJJ LilYanJOO ArmChairS- 225SVih1t buy a fiOtf UnifChalr 0 iJ Wilt buy 11fIOCllllh rh0Will buy ii i5 IJtiknra Conch S1351H l ny an 350 Desk r AS3rnany great values in ancwtf t1 ict I n cr1oeco- IrrIN i AD BIWADWAY 7A J i t 1 1a 1 J SAY papa why do so many Ocr mans come to this country Republicaucole over there are ground down by an tiiioiinoua tax olt 1106000000 to nustain a Unele army while yeheibIreeJiut My I was just reading in iliw Kansas City Journal that the war ippropriatiou in this country last year sa over f250000000 This ia almost double the tax that grinds down the pour German Dont you Oht run out and play with Bister I 8tii cry busy nowFort Scott Lantern tv 1 politlta1halldoook hkhit fill puhhlahi all the meanv hihigs 1ailly n t Ws fur thtt Lroecutiun at tWukfort iondlii hiehliiy Culton is a thief and by other ivitnenties they will endeavor to estab loli the unsavory character of Militia uian Much CUll undoubtedly e bi ouijlit against these witnesses It in a pity people who engage in murder lila are not citi z rlttter cannoi tm 111111 when they decide devilbutmust ilrpciid on rascals to turn Mates evidence in order to punish other rita tals for crimes against society Thin penitentiaries are lull of criminal con bythenave told the truth to save themselves and hide seems no other way justice Xt8ptbyconvict criminals WACO INDUSTRIES AND ATTRACTIONS theItlelimotisi PiLtolerable good country and on a level liuin or between the ranges of nills or elevated land on each side ex plkeiiiFxluieltmtving taken the premium at the 1875There in the villuire run hI Zttieit iiauinstark who inanufitrturM MIIIIH of the lest crockery tire in the tale It in iiiterefctitig to if thin workmen take a large lump ol silt chI alit jiskhr fmOuon crocks jirti and jugs liv turning u machine hapdIIIit liIid measured liy weight a given nnmlier of punds In each BIZS muilo If tills clay wits worked on alt extensive scale Jrofittothllup CfhiiShthitcemeetinKhouses aptistof Dennis Taylor a retired merchant thisdty CZenexKpprewMitative of the county who is among the most active men of the county and owns one of the hargtPat Kloivfl operates a larurt farm nlfo hits in uperatluui large tiling fcc iswheretiles fur draining land and hiss erected It depot clllltd rearcy which sectionNinrtwl on Muddy Creek which line a mill wiled and operated by Dave Chenault Jr urn of our former citizens It is- operated in summer by water ant by tooluwmachinery ofThomasformer citizen of that section In this village is situated the nlegant residence nbeautifulthepikewhich in quite an attractive place fur this who resort there to enjoy and pirtike of the wholesome water It a wooden pavilion built over it to protect it and nlsoBerves for the convenience of the resorters This section of euiialitlolliro holders of the county the preHent ClerkJailerent being from this section This is the home of exAs Pesor Joel Embrv und former home of exCounty llerk ThomasCovlngtonCharles Ravburn wtheIt Doatliprage the Main street grocery LackeyandNear Waco is located MoberleyStn ofNevilleplace is the home exRnnresentativeWilliam Combs present railroadjtgent of the station EDWIN BROWN PAINT LICK Dr McDaniel and Mr J B Parkea attended the liustonville fair Rev Mr Boiling of Mt Sterling is preaching at Mt Tabor this week ErU3ntzMr Bnlton Kilgore the populAr young drummer spent Sunday in our midst Euphemia t weekstoCIutIriitSnhomeIndisease Mr Guyn McHrido and sister Miss I StoliortMr T W Iltgeinf oi Louisville was WallaceMr JA flower of Paris was a pleas ant guest in the home of Mr Win Wal lace last week Dr Alford C McDaniel nnd wife and sweet little daughter of Pan Antonio Texas are with Miss Fanny D Parkea- Mies Enihemia Tonne after a pro Kentuckyhallhome Jeuudee Inhll3IthMinsea Fannie Wallace aud arah dlIfiMlllersburg condllctet1byIny night Good crowda were hi at tendance and the services were much eujbyed MILLION rickU8Mrs Archio White la improvlsg slowly Mm Diana Kanatzar Ia visiting B John tleathuian Preaching at Antioch cliumh Suaitey byKev Balioiu- MM SuMn Whiif is visiting friends t4IrvIa this week 4isik Micliardsoti of Union fe Whlt btL da ste1 th4tFhcllI lr PERSONAL MIss Curralecn Smith Is at Estlll Springs HonJJTevta Cobb was at Frankfort sterday ShMisat Lexingtonsit isiting11rsMr Nelson Prewltt Gay of Clark was here MondaygiMrs William M Irvine has gone to Estill Springs for a month Miss Bessie Bradford of Augusta ib visiting Miss Mynne Mrs N L Shropshire of Bourbon lIited friends here last week itiDrGlyndon Hotel Wednesday 8thminMr Walker Mason O U 88 was ere from Barbonrville this week Dr David Bennett of Lexington is Visiting friends and relatives here Mr Joe Humphreys of Versailles Is Co3hlsstile charming guest of Miss Lelia Har e Mrs W H Wooten of Winchester and Texas is visiting Mrs Robert Miller Miss Mary Evans has returnedafter a pleasant visit to relatives in Clark county Mr and Mrs S Nevlllo Moberlov returned on Saturday from a visit to Cincinnati Mite Sadie Baughman of Richmond is the guest of Mrs John Feoney Paris Citizen Mrs Mabelle Terrill Bejrgs of St Louis is the guest of her aunt Mrsm Robert Miller Mrs D H Shackolford and Miss Torrsie btewart left yestei day for Old oint Comfort Judge J M lienton of Winchester came over on Saturday night and attend ed county courtluDr L J Frazee and wile of Louisville are visiting Dr and Mrs L J razee this city Mrs Sam Brooks nUll children of Pavnes tire with Mrs Brookbs mother Mrs W H Todd Mr and Mrs Richard Wilson of I aUtidlanatint on btation CatnptoMr Tevis Wilkerson spent Sunday willi friends here returning to Lexing ton Tuesday morning PerrynUlhcur and Mrs W W PiggpMr and Mrs Staul n son Stanton Jr entertained last Friday in honor of a dozen or so little Mr and Mrs T D Chenault Misses arlisle antI Elmer Chenault and Miss thel Witherspoon tire at Estill prin Judge II C Rice of Richmond was in the city on business Tuesday and WedllesdayMt Sterling Sentinel Democnt A very clamming visitor is Miss Adele j o guestfreek heightsUMiss Stella Thompsonwho has been for KOIIIH weeks the guest of her sister lrs Neale Bennett has gonp to Irvine o visit friends ieMrvisiting his bout her MrRE Robertsse ly luretuucinberedIfev W O Goodloe of Harredsburg vinited hin sitter Mrs Cumin Smith Sunday until preached at the Second hcstyienan church Mrs Ellen Withers aud two chill dren of Norfolk Va who have been ihe guests of Mrs Dudley Tribble re turned home yesterday Mrs 1111 Davenport of Charlestown W Va is visiting her relative Mrs Itohert Miller Mrs Davenport was ormerly Miss Martha Clay of Bourbon MiCa Miuva Park Phelps is at home from abroad She the Paris Exposition and spent a mouth travel lUg on the ContinentiMrs Pig left yesterday morning for Richmond where she will visit relatives lefore returning to her homo in Mia ourhLiviitgutton Colonel Leander Alice and David Hobson entertained three or four little plav e bideDr M Ernest Jones wife and little gill Mary Joseph returned to Law renceburgaftera pleasant visit to CaptfWin Jones of Silver Creek Mr James Jones of Black Stock S U sends a renewal for the CLIMAX and gorGoy Ed Brown rode his bicycle to Jamestown Ohio where he is the Juest- uf Mr Goo Clark A description of his overland journey was received too late for this week Mr and Mrs Silas Cobb and daugh ter after a visit of several weeks to the formers fattier Mr Harvey Cobb at Red House returned to their home in Omaha Nebraska Thursday 1IIssKatherineof the best Eastern Training Schools willopen a kindergarten in the Hobson building on September 3 Abouttchildren are promisted Monlay I Irielldllat Winchester Sho was accom panied by Miss Lillie Blackwell who will visit the Misses Scriveuerfor sev eral days The Christian Courier Dallas Texas ays Jetties N Crutcher and wire durintther will hold a two weeks eat RichmondoMr Green Clay attorney at law Cin cinnati ilJ enjoying a brief but well earned rest down near Weedy Hill where George Evans Neale bennett ept Phelps nail other statesmen first hookey from school The engagement of Miss Belle Mc everburnWOOllburv of Middlesborgh ia an nounccdthe nuptials to bo next month The groom Is prominent and wealthy In remitting for tile CLIMAX Mr Charles H Breck Jr wrlslrolll Walla Walla Washington wry warm here but have enormous crop yield ti can travelingforapple of their eyeslMr II P Reid tms left hits absence with UK while he remains a short white at Mt Kterlinu lie left a tear for those who lore him A sigh for those who dont Aamlle tor those who spoil hIm A frown for those who wont Thu following leave IhiH niorninu for t tmpUUIIIIK at NMturtlI hritle Caulllylu1ge alllifl1l11l1yBeetle Miller of Richmond Misses EctonWinchester Col Morris T Long writes from JlteCJtXAXsion that he is catching lake trout at poundsThlLtwilt return to Kentucky In about two aboltthistnazoo Mr Frauds W H Clay attorney and counsellor and at law whose specialty iaa 1tecontribute some Democratic literature to the CUMAX during the cam palgn The first installment championImr Mod po Mee a tirllllant Intel fidelity which alltkk the rft W M MMtt =hi lWII Ij j An exchange says There is a whole lot of truth in this vivid descrip thepresendlwShe apneareih on the street clad in much fine rnim nt and be atTausoda water until the setting of the sun morningde is still chewing She getteth the an no singdconieih a habitual drinker and the iclibors get out an injunction She eth forth ton party gowned in a dress that ia too alioti at too and too long at the bottom and uiggleth until the night waxeth old She beth abed in the morning until the eleventh hour while her n nth r humps around nnd doeth the housework She slgheth tor a husband with long mustache and etitY of money but finally marryeth mne fellow who smoketh cigarettes d holdeth up two fingers to the barber whenever he gets shaved MILLERS CRhEK MIXTURESlit Estill mpounded Specially For The Readers of The Richmond Climax MRS Pdttio Yewell nee Muss Pattie formerly ot Eslill now of Net Mexico is visiting her mother ami other relatives iu tEllS county taT1 vine of Station Camp will stump tne luui Congressional District iu the interest of Judge J B Whiteci beTv the m cootorwai paralyzed by a live Wire ot the eattyUII light plant ur hopelessly tlotiveiUillers Creek Extension but whoizFeubbcquent investigation proved oulymiiuiher victim of Cupids cunning capers hiss to tle joy of his many IrieuUti so far recovered hut iquih unuui us to again be at Lila of buainete lt is indeed t to be wounded Years arrowE poor heart was pierced by an irom the selfsame quiver will ardently support the three Ke Banister Becklmni and Bryan m the pieaent campaign news of thin nomination of THE J B Whitens Democratic OCessUr to Hon T Y Fitzpairick is id to have been received by his lei lowneuien regardless of race color or previous conuition of servitude with exceeding gieat joy All procu mUle celebrating material cannon crackers rocket anvils and even babies bereft of Castoria were brouuht to refill Hit lull fur voicing their roval As Colonel Taltuii Embry would express it iiauiBters mocrauy is oupeachable His previous experience as a racer will go far towards securing him a glorious dealt to victory on the liomeutretch The old lOU will do the handsome in November next C STEWART of Buck Creek JAMES known as Shatter on account ot his possessing many charac teristics of that modern Hudibras of the late Spanish war is in training for- etu coming international bicycle tour t Fiea machine possessing new and vale a el seeImay be easily accomplished with a n fCi5usty designed nameplate bears the Jtlyiugnew piinciple in mechanics and ex Jbulorehave been applied for A stock lCm pany will shortly be organized fur manufacture of this wonderful piece of mechanism THTILLERS CREEK people are over joyed at the prospect of railroad communication iu thu near future with the outside world Recently it was rumored abroad that time giant syndicate the Louisville and Atlantic Kailroad Company alias the old Three Folks Company alias the rhythmical rolhcing rattling Rine Eye and Bee Company is going to get a move on iteli and extend its embryo line irom its present terminus Irvine to Millerslretkaud mules sang hoes aud Mttier ap purtenances tliereunto even your correspondent became somewhat en ibubeil flourished his faded cotton prosperitylorious lor old lros is now upon us hallelujah But just in the midbt f this moment of unspeakable bliss elt an arctic chill spread over my anatomy as though the apex of an ice berg wits speeding its way along the meanders 01 my spinal column My ood Republican David Mar uni of Possum Run well pleased with this generous outburst of joy long pent up whispered in lila blandest sweetest accents McKmley did it he did sir Just the curtain dropped and the Millers Creek Wee Club in upVaitTake a ItidetTHEwriter recently spent some Clay City and vicinity surveying lauds for Thomas DeWitt Cuyler of Philadelphia Pa Mr C is the owner of several thousand acres of timber and mineral lands in Estill and Powell counties formerly belonging to im RedjRiver Iron Manufacturing Co Frank B Russell of Clay City has the management and control of the busi ness Mr Rusbell is one of the most energetic and wideawake busi ness men ot Eastern Kentucky Con spicuous among the prominent charac of ttPresidentF Cox of Clay City National Bank antI the popular funloving young saw of b popularityMrcope of his acquaintance He is one f those genuine good fellows latch gent and educated and who although a son of Fortune is as plain and Democratic in manner and bearing when arrayed In the ermine of royalty as when clad m the modest of the great common people He measures men by thu yardstick of intellectual and moral worth rather than the cur poreal tapeline of the tailor atampTheThe honest man though eer sae poor Is king o men for a thatnThe pith o sento and Are higher ranks titan a thatlAKENSIDE and Goldsmith two of the sweetest of British poets and our own late lamented Oliver Wendell Holmes forsook medicine for literaryc fame It would appear from the fol ofMihIersiHiexy It is ono of his latest efforts seeurInlireFromwife There andthepieTheresyou may try That better nnleu tie more pie lIeLetinythtkitchenpendroppoovanished T HE bicycle fever Is prevailing to an EstillSeveri1 seasoluSomety have welldefined rasex and even the venerable Captain H P Noland of Cedar Grove and the gallant but youth ful SageClearof the malady Tint local physicians are powerless aB lcAlftlyIrecommend a plentiful cant a geaeroue diet of bacon and hens and an extra wheel for en er gencies FOR old mauls ukweceverwl Wcli charming widow Mmd ftteliMt Ittgr wlftIltlt tins i eit4iitMMMKW theuutu betI a tuii k k iJMMwl j 1 jcS MiJi adjunct to the treatment The county court will gladly furnish a remedy which when applied by the neighbor ing1 parson after the first tlons have subsided will go far towards establishing a normal condition of iji and forever barring all futures possibility of regrets D W DEATHS REID Anna Coleman Reid infant daughter of William H and Florence Ixjckwood Rerddifd of cholera iinfan turn III the fourth month of her age in Richmond Ky at the home of D M Chenault on Wednesday evening August at three oclock Another little angel has gone up to take its placo in the infant class in Heaven and the Great Teacher says it is well The dream of a tumid mother in vanished fat an lovingherchildren you will be permitted some sweet day to gather up your Jewels and your spirits gladdened by an angel eetings from the sweet blue eyes of tle AhnaML Sterling Sentinel Democrat Mr end Mrs J T Eades are at Mel lory Springs Catarrh Cannot too Cured with Local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional di sease and III order to cure it yon must ke internal remedies HaW Catarrh ure is taken internally aud acts direct ly on the blood aud mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is nota quack mOtH ne It was prescribed by one of the st physicians in this country for ars and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known mbined with the best blood purifiers ting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combinatimi of the two in gredients is what produces such won- erful results in curing Catarrh Send r testimonials free J CIIENEY it Co Prop Toledo 0 Sold bv druggists price The Halls Family Pills are the be- stxecutors Sale As Executor under the will of the late Miss Amandeville Boggs I will on r i iWriy5tI 131QD at tO a m offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder at her late residence formerly owned by W R Boggs decd the following described property viz U f rntchenOU him n ITi1C1C11t Hogsineacon Lard 2 large straw 12 acres growing corn in field ISO cords wood 15000 eet fencing plank and lumber 00 fencing posts At the same time I will sell the land consisting of 2J 0 14 acres well improved andadjoining the of G B Turley T C Bronston Jno Mason J B Cornelison and others It will be sold in two parcels and then as a whole and largest bid accepted Terms on day of sale WI L CRUTCHER ugS4w Executor i GOT A TOOTHACHE Dont attempt to cure it with any of he socaled toothache cures Better let the I DENTISTS examine the tooth locate time trouble aud remove the caus- eExaminations Made FreeJ All our work is high grade The teeti made in our labratory are perfect in ap pearance and action and aro very dura bio No charge for extracting when are mado here If your teeth are badly tilled and ache see DR HOBSON Dentist Office Next door to Government liuilding in Hnhson funding Rich mond Kintncky Oflico open all night 7877 1O T BijItD TijRli IKB tobolldKentuckyow until August 20 at which t me all thelowest111benext to Tales Creek will be known and desig andl2IstDonaDurrosserve the right to reject or alt bids If sent by mall mark MASTERS aiiglJw Baldwin Ky By uUe ru m State THe GREATEST MM iiNHM J OF THE ACE WfW f roake Creamery But uniier ter more of it and a great deal easter with this Separator It does away with expensive machinery uol quires no power or fuel to run Xo farmer with two or store cows cc- iaflaanWrfnrd to be without OM 3ClriceaXMerat 4t coi to A ttN AfUtH odatei it creiy cawtify Write at MK e t- IEd S Cushnamn UIIIJt11 4 i4 ie t e NOTICE for lighting th City of S yearsII00atedlropoUIa will be received tnd open Mayor la BictaondKy at noon on the lint oadar in Septem ber 1800 The right is reserved to reject soy or nil proposalsCLAUDE SMITH Mayor C B HAILTON Clerk ltjnl4w EXEGUTJORS NOTIGE All persons having claims against iKeeetate of nt Rite deceased will them verified to D M ChonaulfExcCl110r before the 1st of Sept 1900oreame will be bnrred DM CIIENAULT Exec When a man talks in his sleep his wife usually suffers from insomnia +SOUTHERN RfllUflY IN KENTUCKY Condentei J Seheiiols Efftct HIT 1900 tASTEOONn Xa L Noa Nai Lv touisviiie 1m 74ipm Ar SbeibyvIlle9lOnm 5Kptol BBpm Ar Larencebg 830am QKpt3 lI4pm- Ar Vcrsaiiieslaifam lI47pn r TexlRgtOn iO4imn7iSpratpm WKSTBOUKD No II No 4 No Lv Lexingtont3itim 4X pcil 515am- sr Vcsajtiest55am 5CSpn LKam Ar Larencebsamam 563am Ar Shclbyville9EbUn Ollpcil IOam Ar roulivillo lOnOnm 740pm 760am BJ STBOUHO WK3T110UKIX No 13INouIIITATIOWSl1o 0pci INCii EASTBOUKD TTESTllODaD fa I5ltNo674 BTATIOSS INo lMtNo68 7iepm5Z2m847pm iaam Lv VenUes Ar 750am i02pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 790am 340pm 740pm ILSOamlAr OeorKtn Lv 700am 310pm ASTnOI11D WKSTJlOUND INo LltNo 81 BTATiona ItNo CtNo 5 74un 403pm Lv LoulsvH Af 1040am 740pm 5OlpmILXlupmlOSpAl Noilo3LAr I iiDTton 1043amia30pm- Ar Knoxvillevocuml 74tam 10pmArAr Jacksonville I Cliattanooea 66pni 625aI Ar Atlanta lazJpm 1150mm ptnILv Chattanooga 045am Ar Blrmlngbam IIO05pinlll453n t30ptoArNo 3 through sleeping car LouUvllli to Dir mingham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na S free observation chaircar LtmUvUla to Lexington No C free observation chair car Lexington U Louisville Na sleepingcar Birmingham to Louisville Tia Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burgln daily- Between Vfrsnllles and Georgetown Nos II and dally Nos 67 and CSdallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles NIcholasvlllct Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSGAKWOW3J VPftOM 3 M CutrT JI Washington D C Washington DC WATURKGPA WMIITATUOBAGPA Washington D C Louisville Kj 30000 TEE FAM- ILY6TrnER S6- Supreme t CLOTHING CASH1 COST A few Suits yet remain in our stock We are determined that they shall go They go at COST and that means for less than we could now replace them They are well made stylish cut correct fit and will please you Blackst Blues Browns Greys and mixtures for colors and Serges Worsteds and Cassirneres make up the lot Light and medium weight goods allof them SUITS 450 Suit IMENS 550 Suit 750 Suit 800 Suit trousers for regular Corduroys Cassimcres I Our lady friends will find here a stock goods suited to their needs at the same money saving prices as heretofore tlJ t10c per yd for Berkleys Cambric No 60 regular 12 12 grade 7 per yd for regular lOc Bleached Cotton 5c per yd for Simpsons Calicoes 6c elsewhere Prices cut to ONEHALF Torchon Laces of all widths gradcsCOME e THIS WEEK StLlaju Dr Louis H Landman No503 We t Ninth Street OhioI will be at Hotel Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY AUG 8 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Illch mond Ky maylly heres no need lonlltim DAlStO tb ttO Li dftb d nr 1= IJllel EXPOsAuLust i o wU l ipoo ==13 14 15lj 17 13r j l V SESU will each day the ct t 30 Live Stock 1 Trotting Pacing Jftinning lIFree ttatiozTHE HUNGARIAN PclJt MILITAj V l AN 35 Fine Lads direct from Hungary In Dally Concern 35 WERNTZ Aerialists Theso celebrated give FREE PERFORMANCES In front of grand stand Ttr nl r S Urn iii The 0 CI If T7 Will Include the most gorgeous ex easke emit ottrniM rr meat the best and h tfiev nicrd artists aiul Hi gatlon of and noro o rrr 01 r one YOU CANT A PHI TO M IT E V Sii IN Itltn 1mllIlI Icy CExcurslon rates on all rallronila M ir str t 11 r t SEE OURw r Richmond Champion 1 4eWheat Drills in n Disc Plows and MilIxtrn Wagons a BEFOl E YOU BUY g The Page Fence k the beat Wove jw Wire Fence made t r 2 It It i DOUGLAS SIMMONS TIXTAREtt t tW1 i Wr d Ij 1IIW1 1 0 0 Ir I exi Hf l 0 iI 0 J I Mens odd have suffered j jt a cutr of 99c J 35 Jeans pants for regular 225 for regular 250 still of l2c best and Cincinnati Glyndon families 1Il1jll features Oriental fertnrts management like 150 179 and Val OWEN MCKEE Richmond Kentucky II CAAEL UNELHAONI In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material carriagerbuggy Kentucy riac WDrk JOHN DONELSON Proprietor tiITS WORTH WHILUT- ok inspect our stock to take time c and look leisurely through our L store Our line I QIIjjr towb14to give satisfaction kl othiBedsteads bestripcstryRockers a home comfort in Iargevariety Chiffoniers Odd Dressers and Stands noomqhairsJstrong and durable And many other bargains too numerous to tii mention I1 carpetsAND Ir UATTHSfiS for dash II IS 0IW0JOl SI1JOPLIIJ Night Day Phone 73 1fgO r 1 I t Ij jL L nJ i = iiJt t1ln C F cjf Mf flI 7 Sht41r I ilri The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUSTS 100X Good mine last week Saturday was a scorching hot day DOIIt mistLiuJt8irAug IS iJf It Dont forget till Jferea Rail ug 1718 TtJlchol Insiitut RtI1fljb- wrk Hh Pof Slnpp of WiuchesterV Iiiitruftur w Todl bold last week to Bales anti Vngern rlevvii 1110pouiid cattle Pi ice 4 cent tiItira lrhllJlt w etil fluJa- ll1 tiwiI UI IL A grotiry- on SetulIINnd 1Itltf t 0 Onkn Ihe blind miificfang Ct olwtrepunnw at Wihchbter tired a pis tol and was run III Thirtreetclauliii department la tj III tiutnked for every of din it removes from the public thoroughfares Natural product while not aR white as patent Ollr much better fur health Fur sale at R A ISaxter on Second street augltf Mr C Dozier of lUchmond was oVer this week to receive a drove of lamlis which Mr C E lllsle engaged fr him Jessamine Journal Your city tux is now tine Please call and settle Office at 1reouian Ur m I It FKBEMA- Xlsjullw City Collector Disease lurkii In the filthy gutters and intildy streets Tim Council should kef p a force busy cleaning our streets An Ilinco of preventive is worth n pound of cure The fair daily iswiicd from this of flff tins week by Messrs E C Walton and J M Alverson has been the occa sion of many launpluiiuntK which are In n Highly Itrvecl They worked eight aiul ihi3 to yet it out in good shape and in thins Stanford Journal The democrats of Hoyle are raising a club to promote the interests of their party ant ticket Eauh will contribute at IraNt SI a month ami they txpect to riisc fully 5000 iu that way The boys are writ awake down there and lit they intitiil to tatrry the county llJrdinbt- tllf rfpiiblicans Miss Letitia Craig Crowe will take a latin number of music pupils be ginning eptemler 10th She is well jiripaivd and experienced SIte has MU neil at the Cincinnati Conservatory and has iicun pu piIIf Misn Harbour Kiiiiu1 she wan a pupil nf JoseiTy tiht will Iw conveniently locatetl near Main Btret julvlio 1m Qualified as Trustee Mr William L Crntcher nit Monday iiahlied as Trustee of the estate of Mre Ainandavillo Ho gs No News From The Doctor ills anyone hind any news from Dr rtlortctlIIrwlIlllt Premium For a Madison Lady Mr Nelson Pru ittOay inforriis us tiiat Mrs lieo W Evans Jr woii the SH preiniiiiii fur the hpL handmade tin s exiiibitttl at the Winchester fair last week Ncw Town Clock Fur the first time III ten years the cliHk in the court Inmsf tells the time nrtirwlely by Ml Iud diil The 300 iixtinoc put in supply a lung felt want NJIIIIC Armor hureV one on vou Court Oay Good Th re was a tremendous crowd in tnwn on M IIIIIIIIY allil all Wore feeling good over tine crops and abundant talus 700 rntlB were MIssi at ailt plnheaBoth From the Bloody Eleventh The presence here at the saute time of cx ioiigretiiiin John H Vhite antI ConuiCMiiiian Vincent lioering wus- Irotl11I1I Saturday The forniuris one of thn hraiintK and purest uteri in private or public life in Kentucky Mormons Hcluse- d1ixt Saturday two Mormon elders aptaretlaini Jinked lur Friendship rliuruli to prwich ill ReV Ij L Kyle ittnr tiijctt vat and in turn tlmchlllch refuel tll ursuit thom the privilege stiisn that they were not orthodox Notice ot Elccliin- An election of two TrtiEtecs of the Hiihinond Ceinetery Co will be held Oil Tiuwlav August 11 19tX at the Fanner Katinnal Hank betxvfun HIP IUIIKK ot II a III and 3 i III Ky order of the Itnard I W Ctiootcc See Wool Carded Elihtoii Mills will iard your wool in to mils On iiccollnt ot tho liiniled aininint cardptliH earths are not run every day hilt person dealt lug their wool canted cart mud it in and get rolls at Hiine 1I1tcl Ill lime in future july4tf EIMSTON MILl Co For Salt Privately I will 11lIf lily property prl va elv lying in lh forks of Itiuliinond aiil the Cupper tlieok pikes In Gurrurd ruiiiiiy Fur iurther nifuriiiulioii call on A Itor JaM k Point lavel Kj or the undcrsfcned at liiLlIiilitllS WK UENNY Iijue 3m Splendid Organization Tim Hijlillioiid hand with thnir ixClient music ujid njindioiiiu iinlfonns ase adding vefj1innh to the hUcces of tli fair IiiyH11i courteous gentle manly reid obliging and our sirier city oujui to fuel proild nf this rplftidid musical itg iii izat ion Winclcrter Dora oernt Louisville Atlantic It R Sptcial Service lIMing the mouths of July anti taxrlyltuttlayarid ironi Irvine niiablnii heads of families to lenvH hime after business hjurn on biuiiidtiyx npeud two nights an I oue Ilay at the HprircK and reaclf hume Aloiulay III time Iv biishiips- lsjiilyow C Mi UuOWvl GI A Reduced Rate Via LH H il to Iexiiitoit and retnrnAngust tlaCoultl1045 to Niagara Falls and return pgUitHlhSundavsAugustlining Hichmoiid at 7 a ui account SamJlicfliIetsObeying Ths Injunction lariestfttiiijje4er of Fruz Creek is the father or twentytwo chidden He ran out ol yoitiigesttWitev Steplien tarpent r while preach lUg the iroHjiHl nit kinping all other iiiiinwnda didnt forget the one about innlliplviiiBnuil is the father of twenty OttO children At the Cynthiaiia Fair a couple with 23 children took the premium Out Fare to Louisville via Southern Rail way August fs and l6L the Southern RaIl trilllilketHtuMJlilville theiroutVdiP or to Itesre ent Southern Railway or QmwM k bevent Itoute oraddrew W LLTAYIML Mt Geo PMI A tlUutflBTijtk JCjri r 4TL verti 4 Letters Baxter Ham s fltiIuMark Gentry NrnnleMinnie OrocU Mrs BadeBowman Jonnie Gilbert Louisa JColllnlMatv G Davis LU P r1rj tOflSSDuncau nixKon Iien7Peyton W David L Frank TaylorExnbry airs CUbai Walker iIri llen1- G EllaaW 81 5 GraKSltlhThat Will ClmUp flthnsatbuslieth r crelloHlUldtreterson 1Y1 IIOASSIUS 51u1oooTTimesLexingtonCitizen will publish CLAY Si mav23tf f jris l uils a Wander j ytICIWIr8largely rtlklg Water andauodeiieiii filter tlllLIIIIlruJYJ umcersfrecuuiiimiids an examination of this new scientific andipracticablcistern filter V 1 8aug2w Or Jasper Knocked IneTPlum Dr H B Tasporha1 becn nppointed surgeon of the L A railroad a com pliment to his skill and worth In this tlioroblsrailroads in appliances for lessening ac werekilledrailroadsItmany people as wars pestilence or famine Papers Exchange Editors The Register and Pantai raph hav swapped editors rloton P Adams becolllingJoc1lItor StllIIllf the latter becomes editorin chief uf the Paiitngraph Both are ac whoopthlllW5the CLIMAX pegs along with the best advertising patrnnnuo Iud he second largest list of fubsciiber in 1m yieldlugJournal Another for Assessor After mat deliberation Mr Martin Green a relative of the late Francis Registerhasination for Assessor lie is train the Union and sVII that although a imril wurkinfrIMiiocratlie is the first of his name to titter for office Hit Democracy honesty and ability arc un questioned Heis not blessed with too grunt an iihund nce of this worlds goods but H all those similarly situated majoritySee A Boy Trader Master H Edwards son of Mr Wilt Hs Edwards Jrblllwee1tl-olIl his cattle L lIelH1 to Schobertli1 for 153 or tM 05 per owL harveyhiogait pigsliehis money in a pony which ho sold antI doubled lila money on last winter The 50 recieyed for the pulley was put into calves with the abovo noted This waprHlty line recordfor an eightyenr old filmier Tim advantnce Harve hltsoCnr other traders is that he dosnt LYitit anything for fell Special Rates to Lexington Horse Show air and Carnival August 13 18 For the above meeting tlie Louis yule Atlanti Hnllw1ywill sell tfckeB to 13 to IV inclusive limited 10 at rate of one fru for the riiintit rip TKMTIt COJfCJIIESaKNAJi JHSTKIG- TitiriiniiOAN CONVKXTHN in- VINKKYAJUUST 23 For the above occasion the Louis ville kAtantic Railway will sell tick eta to Irvine Kv limited to the 25th at the rateOf one and tJlIL third faro for the found trip 11 MBltoVNlNr G P A Fortune For Farms Through three fleeds tiled with the Courtly clerk ut Fayetle county last friiilay Air J B H l the multi millioinare owner of Eliiiondorf and bruthuiiiiliiw of Mrs Neville Mober lay this city antis 1541 acres to his land In Fayette county ata cost of 138744 cash The deeds are by GoecU Whitney and wife Meiroan Farm of 1240 acres for f1l61t1W possession in SO days with the exception of latin in cultiva tion which thin first party retains till March 11001 Mrs Icu M Smith I4H acres adjoining Melrose for 12 IM2 till given March 901 A U Leachtruth wife 152 iidfoining fur I8SO possession lu be given March 1 HUM The average price per acre was S90 Mr HHggiii now owns about 3500 acres almost in put tract Lab CandIdate For Gprernor Hon WB Smith In a Brilliant Counsels Harmony BeChliR1An Bryan In niflionr arid a half speech at the court house on Monday lion Vll Smith of this county Into candidate for i he Democratic nomination for Uovernor opeutd the campaign here for 1000 Itlleilllt cu court day Mr Smith hal previously announced his determination to address his follow Democrats andtlmnk thorn fpr their loyal support during his rape for the nomination fut Governor But he wisely seized Uie opportunity to show exactly where ho atarnt his words are susceptible of but one wean jug and his subsequent conduct willso show that he ijffur the reunited liar ilionious atid victorious Democracy led by the two coiidldatea of the party Will J runand JO W Bockham U was a brilliant spceclthe best he over delivered in the memory of the writer There was nothing of bitter tress from defeat no sulking nothjng but Forward MardI IIie party is greater than any man and the majority In that pahy having by its ac delegates named Mr Beck ham by Jin overwhelming niajoritr it was hw duty as it was his pleasure to nphiM candidacy fiy voice and vote Mr Smith declarnd as lie has alt along that as this JtluocracYpfKon mucky contains the intelligence atid taxpayinr strength it need not employ tnny but means to ascertain its will i that while he had bdieyedthore were abuses ui loue correctclluf- ort the real wish of the p wero known yet the Goehel Law desiguefi to correct those abuses had failed and that as the Democracy wits Its creator and sj onior it should be MI amended as to deal tqualantl exact justice tq all and meet the gbjections of even the most hvpercritiraL The administra tions was In all Us un Aiuericati colors and McKinley shown to be EIght only in his first impalses wrong alwftyg n actions dictated by lila owners Of Btyan Mr Fmlth spoke with more fervor thsn anyspeaker who ever rlj nred with that magic name In this city Around the speaker sat many out friends of this ami other years upon whoseheads Urn snows of many winters had yhifejied the raven locks of youth To these he spoke in parnfst tones anti in his voice the tremor Of eitiMestneBS bespoke the sin cerity of hi wrcISHis speech was pitched on a high plane Jli hiJl urpot manifest every entencentmd Brown femno crat or whatnot thatheRrdblt teed It not has revenge not Ills ib3nt cw tli aestructBu and tlottherestomtIon ot his party MY Sailthrmi ht iliake this namo Bpofich m lrSt arid do nni iguol In vleTdniBPO gracefully lotUK vnliw of time people his own voles will have uiwttA power bus thoughts eailofeij grarmdenr auth hisjnflue ce betr extended and gratefullY remewi bored i Mwiy pwfIo CSpttw ptHntiJt Ifttyl c4 L 1Y PrIzes Al WIfickesee Fair oWO1 IStgSMost Dutifully worked tabIcover letMPa3ettie rQwntMrsexultlnepmsodB nioetiularteacherfiWi Point pomfdrt The secoBd a aliynames were entered tt1kMon nar thefrial1owedwttheaK e at cMtseach When t IIP MissSudiathhida SQpMIiw Vivian Uiixhea won 1dlth 48i Facts About Osteopathy 8ferlascltizeulIJmnlis a testimonial from a prominent Ver 11Drawhile vas located in eraailles Jopened office for tlw practice of Osteo Lexlngton tleAmericanvillci Mo and stands at the head of his profession in this State lIe has had wonderfullyand is still doing a good work in Vet aillcs I for one speak from pen ono al observation and experience when Isay he relieved me of a severe spell of Ingrlppe and neuralgia fit lot gstandim anti my mother of sick stomach that time medical doctors tried lor weeks to cure without success In three treatments from Dr Buckmaster hewas relieved and iu three days was able to eat with out the slightest ill effect lie makes no charge for examination and consul tatlon D E W UiJn4erslIIHouseFrldav8a mto13pum Beautiful Tribute lathe Old Confederate Chaplain jProf Desha Picket Editor Clillnri1 WILt pained to learn from a recent Issue of the ourierJourual that Prof tuSuliurJuteudentI desire to place a flower modest thought it be upon his tomb I knew him well in my boyhood a man of emit ture anjl refinement with a spirit as warm and gentle as the breath of spring and liean as boundless in love anti gratltudoas ever tmlsed in the bosom of human kind Again in the maturer years of my manhood I knew him still tho same gentle genial kindly man whose many virtues grew and yeorIthe boyhood friend and companion of my father in the halcyon days of old Bethany I loved him becauseof his devotion to the cause of the sunny Southland In the stormy days of the GOs I loved him yet the more because of his generous words of encourage mont for worn and weary workers on lifes stony thoroughfare Peace be to his ashiest May beauteous flowers ever bloom and breathe upon his lust resting place as will the fair and fade less blossoms of memoryin the hearts of those who knew him on the shifting sands of time IUKRETT WHITE Millers Creek Estill County Ky Colored Fair Here Tho first annual meeting of the Young Mens Agricultural and Median ical Association will be held at the Richmond Fair Grounds on August 23 24 find Special attractions and amusements of all kinds A great educational exhibition of the school work of the district schools of Madison county Premiums will be given for the best work throughout all the grades Special premium will be iven to the school having the bestfex hihltibn as a whole Not less than three school to be entered This great exhibition of school work will take plaice Saturday August 25 On rail teachers having school work on exhibition will be admitted free School children undT 12 years of age 10 cents Trotting running and pacing races gentlemensbIcycleof horses cows sheep hogs poultrv vegetables fruits and all kinds needlework Breads cakes jollies preserves and wines Grand baby show anti cake walk contests Special musical con certs given each day bv a fine band We have secured one fare for this round trip on all railroads running into Richmond during the fnlr Admission 25 cents E M Embry attorney is President J D H White Secretary Spencer A Burton Advertising Manager Death Claims Mrs John Wilson Precious In tht sight of God is the death ot Ills Saints The immutable word of God thou sushI die embraces nil men ume uo into the home of their eternity al most at the dawn of earthly life i some unfold like a delicate fliwer and fade in early youth others live on to the of life and astonish the world by passing away in the day of their strength while a few do not wander down the dark valley until the lutirrai ties of age have at least partially sever ed the strong ties Unit bound them to this world There seems to be no choice of times for our final Gods own words appear to indicate other wise tOne lisa recently passed rom our midst wbo e a wide ex tended sorrow bears ample evidence Mrs Sarah Wilson was born in 1825 and was time widow of Capt John Wil itiiii the hero of Lookout Mountain who preceded lila wife to the gravel years ago Mrs Wilson had b anJn ill health for some time due to infirm ities of age and her deatlihas been ex Jheipastmonthmember of the M E Church and leaves to mourn her toes one daughter Mrs Kit Maupin and six sons 1heo- tlorerJolin Jeoge Allen and Gilford of EKtilleouuty and Landpii ofiKich mondno the thY of the entire county isextendedJj B Station Camp Ky Remarkable Soquel From Millers Creek in Estlll This gem of tuirest ray serene is from correspondentevokes a confession from us that a visual perceptiotn of the writers material essence would awaken a seima tion In our cardiac region that would completely eliminate any inclination to Heres the gem Still beside the crystal waters of Buck Creeks classic stream dwell the royal lovers lung husband and wife Julio and Nannie Never since that memorable mWsutamer morn when gentle Hymen through lila gallant arid Hccomplished deputy Squire Steve Vaughn made fast this blissful cord hiss aught disturbed the tenor of their way With John there hasbeetraii apparent diminution of Herculean gifts and among tho once matchless tresses of lila loved and spouse tire fieensome shining threads of sil vet about 16 to 11 mnltithde of little fausimiles now play about thelr doorway The rhythmical tinkling of the bolls Upon the gentle Sdnthdowas HS they float upon the balmy atmosphere at eventide to oft revive In them tim memory of those merry wedding btllsV which rang for John an TNainie In the happv long ago The foregoing paragraph is added as an appendix to the Dork Crept wedding Mr Editor which you were cruel to lit the YeeksRINo drawn roe for a season away from the stern premie waits of life into the vltaUMn sun lIght or fun and fancy Hered toyoa Iav live long enoH hatl tto ohrbiilcle time election of WJ Kryan to time Presidency anti the restoration trf harmony and oldturn prosperity to time bravo and loyal 1e of oar w nd Wlt1ItlYou uHtblltt1e ailri f M- rfiIl Ir1 rr i if 9 Nf L r 1110 = iiSwJISPECIALSALE fOPI ISHOESiS I PAIR OF SHOESo WILL SAVE BIG MONEY IF THEY BUY OF US4 t Come and see and get Prices we want to R 8CLOSEOPTOUR I E9IJ4RESUMMER i iIICovingtonJVlItcheII ifa 55SfSS555S5SSSOS555S5sse Words of Praise For Mr Chenault pub1icntlolloltheMr 0 D Chenaultvioft yesterday for an extended tour through the South west taking a much neetled rest from the arduous duties and close attention necessary to tha building up and noted Iv Buccexxful operation of tile Madison National Hank which is this to liinit Integrityhishaving the full and unwavering confi dence of the itonmiiinitv In 1SG9 Mr Chenault went to the Deposit Hank of this city as clerk Iu a short tunis it was converted into a National Bank and in 1876 then quite a young mail he was elected to time re sponsible place of cashier which he has held to himself and the Bank without interruption up to about a month In July he resigned the cashlerahip Mr Waller Bennett taking his place and was elected to the honorable post tioti of President During the 80years of hia connection with this Bank he line never before taken a vacation so in tensely devoted lies he been to its in telesIs The Bank during the years of his management has never declared less titan 5 her cent semiannual dlvi dend frequently 6 per cent and sometimes 10 percent semianmially Mr Ohenaults numerous friends here wish him an enjovable trio anti a speedy return Mr expects to be absent about three weeks A Hundred Teachers in Town The Insti lute The Madison County Teachers Insti tute began its thirtyfirst annual set cityMonday CitySchoolston conducted the Institute last year and it is A high compliment to his ability to be chosen a secunu time to in struct our teachers byCountywho after invocation by Prof U F Stock Prof Wagers in a fifteen min utes speech outlined the work of the meeting and gave the teachers sonic ol what would be expected of them A permanent organization was thou effected by the selection of Prof R Lee Davis as Chairman O C Farris as Secretary Miss Lelia Harris as MaryMillerlog the chair made a graceful little speech felicitating the Institute mind complimenting the conductor Prof Uvingstonwno was then Introduced putdugHe spoke for a half hour making number of practical suggestions to as sist the teachers in better understand lug the scope of the work betore them and the best Way to get satisfactory re sults therefrom rime first topic on the program was What can the teacher do to make the llJfuI1lhise Davis who talked jar nearly a half hour He thought time Institute could le made the titachers in athc1ffnlloleast ways by taking part iu tho discussions thereby strengthening time thinking acuities lIee unit develop ing powers of expression by an inter profeitsluual amplifiedinterislmg talk which the teachers dOomed to enjoy It was Prof Davis opinion that the Institute should always hlgillHIhe sat down Time remaining half hour was occupied in enrolling the teachers nearly one hundred registering with the Secretary Tie teachers got down to business in earnest at this afternoon session anti a great deal of interest was aroused in the discussions The Teachers Scholar ship was ably discussed Mr Sand liri and Prof C F Brotk The furtutr though youzmg in the ranks acquitted himself like a veteran Prof Livings tonalso gave ah interesting talk on tItle theme showing time attainments impli ed in the various grades ol certificates Only one teacher in the Institute pus aSutecortiflciiie which he wondered at III a county like Madison Mrs Lou lundy gave an interesting talk on Common sjenso and oclll Qualities as uppl oito time management of our schools She was tollowed by Miss Dixie Hood and Mrs WH Miller who matte some Interesting observations on this Teachers Tact and Personal Mug netism House Furnishing Appai tns and Educational Spirit furnished time topic for a wellwritten paper by Mrs M H Berry of Union wtioxe ox patIence etninently qnilifled her to dis cuss this subject intelligently An in hyilie was warmly chant ploned byLroIe Brock Harris Sttven8 and Wilson Prof Davis upheld the word method and lie was ably necond ed by Mrs W H Miller ami Miss Cod Tint two shIes were thus ar raved when the Instructor settled the debate by upholding the word method which he pronounced upto date uiii8t practicable suit employed in this bet schools Indeed he sur prised that the word method was not more general Use in this Section This concluded Mondays exerci- sesMARRIED WHITEQUINN At Mt Sterling IlllnolB on tho 27th of JnlfMr Daniel M White formerly of city aged 66 years to Mrs Johanah Quinn of that city aged 60 years She Is the fourth wife for the groom lie ia H brother to George W White better known LsOld Printer of tIde city time best compositor that ever walked the streets of Richitnor- mdWuirAxantVlLtzAMsAt the office of Faq Anner on ThurSday last Stephen Whitaker fend Miss Pattie both from the Klrksvilh neixhbprliooil Mr mind Mrs 14 L B gie accompanied the liappy pair to Richmond Mr Bogie cteti tw test teas for time groom while Mrs Bottie ixcHpwtl tIme place of rIJtlH to the brk4e 1Je best wilio4 the Ozmxtx OM with tie SOMJ4 ta HJk Wit Met Jd1 Qei What Capt Stone Swore Last Week and Sev eral Years Age The way that Capt Samuel II Stone exMate Auditor and a distinguished excitizen ol this city went for Win H t niton iu lila testimony at the Georgetown trial lust week was a cau tion but the elfeci of llmUaptalnV tee UlIJhLIIIegentleuien from Esitll county who came down here on Monday They claim that a few years ago Capt Stoue when made a surety for K C Curt roy of Irvine trusiee of the R N 1 It It It bonds swore on tim stand ut Irvine that he Uapt Stone was worth 110000 more ur less above lila liabilities and they say that within short time Cupt Stone made an assign ment These gentlemen are friends of the hillier oftV H Culton Hud time point they arc trying to make so they claim is tlmi if Mr Stones testimony against Culton impeaches the hatters honesty and veracity they believe the Captain will be embarrassed by an in vestigation into his financial status at the time he made tim oath alluded to nni Hint Culton is entitled to any pro tection proceeding from a knowledge of the facts herein alleged by them to be about the truth Just what Capt Stone swore to at Irvine seven or eight years ago the CLIMAX does not know Mr Conrov was made trustee of the railroad bonds of Estlll county and unions his bonds men were louis John Harris Ben nett Young C D Chenault S Stone anti perhaps sonic others The failure of time It N I 1J to btiill beyond Irvine threw into court time question of the countys liability on its contract with the road As iu what Cnpt iStonoswoie to then to us seems a trivial matter computed with the fact that alter Cn lion stole 1000 from the Auditor as Capt fctoue swears that he retained Culton in his ulllce until December 30 null discharged him with out making the charge known lust was really the lustday AuditorHtones incumbency as December 31 was Sun day and on Monday be turned over bin otllce to hits successor Rev Mr 8 ween ry Culton denies Capt Stones state intuit smith raises this xjint that ho was iimbaetjiietmt to December 30 entrusted by Capt Stone with important duties Whether this is true or not it is a pretty kettle of fish timid Mr Sweeney predecessorCaptcharacter of Culton who was reew ployed in the Auditors olflce This Times telegram is interesting uection with time above Frunlfort Ky Aug IiThe denial by William H Cultou of the charge made on time witness stand at this Georgetown trial by former State Au tutor Sum Stone that he while acting as clerk in that department stole SlOOO from the Mate IB backed up by the records of time office hero Stonn stated that Culton was removed on Decemlmr 30 last because of the defalcation Time salary voucher fur that mouth shows that Culton received S125 pay fur time full month and time voucher for Janu ary 1JOOrshows that be pereonallly re ceipted fur2828 salary paid by Audi tor Sweeney This last shows that Stone did not warn Isle successor iu that ollice that Cultou wits a defaulter to the state arid third Iw remained in time uf five after Stone retired It also bears out Cultons statements that he only salaryTaylorfor the time during that mouth which tie pent in Eastern Kentucky getting tipthis mountain army to como to Another question that the prosecution may risk ioh Stone Is why lie allowed Unit on to draw his December salary it he was a defaulter The Times also shows Capt Stones Kollritmlo her Culton long alter the de falcation as follows Capt Stone was in Louisville short ly miller Culton wits placed iu this jail acre tie heard rumors that the prison er was being mistreated that he bad no clothes anti that Jailer Pflanz ru fussed tij allow the prisoner to see friends He was in a state of intense indignation and called on Mr Max Barber to air his supposed grievances He smut Mr Barker weroon quite friend ly terms Mr Barker being the law partner of Hub Woods one of Audi tor Stones agents When Mr Barker heard whit Uapt Stone had to say he Maid he knew Jailer Pflanz too well to bellows such nonsensical stories and proposed that the wage to tIme jail and see Cultoti They acted ou title sng Kextinn anti found time prisoner com fortably situated and holding an in formal reuflptlou Col Sum Stone fornipr Republican Auditor testifies when it will do Ids HI publican friend some eood that Cul tutu is a thief who stole SlOOO of time public money while anollicinl in Stones plltrioticColollelpious and unsopiNticated successor EI der Sweeney of Cultons character be lore that trusting cntleinnii elnployed a mUi whom the Colonel swears watt UII worthy of flung any position ol respon niliility And how too could the Col erich stand idly by and see those Hlmpltr souls Taylor mind Powers antI other high Rftpublicau ninckaniuekH leaning triiHtfully on thus SHiite Culton and niiir ploying him in the dflicate work ut niartiinliiin tho host ofsober honest upright citizens the hone aud sinew of thus land Jlt Frankfnrt to save the State Louisville Times ILIGIOUSl Large audiences attended Hepuhlfcan Baptist Church Sunday moriilhs mid evening to bear ksvFrermctm of Win chester Rev lt E Furr of North CarolIna is lioldlrtji a protracted meeting at Silver Creek Chapel Whites Station services Sjpgin at 7 oclock p in throughiuu1ayof RAY Saw Crutcher of Texas will conduct inrviccs nt the Pond Meeting- House argc andietictfl are atiqndiug and mticij intertstmtmlfeated Kev iji L Kyle ia haying a splendid leeting At Millers School lionis- eiijge t C blolBtereHt The I JC lV WP to fttoi 7 TIE WEEKLYlLE AT jihj VTODflHAre crowding the stores daily with eager buyeis anxious to take gsWatatebeingSlaughtered x 1 t ALL THE ENTIRE STCK OF SHOES have been marked down until you could never realize they brought their former prices Many of them are selling at less than 12 price All Carpets Linoleums Rugs Mattings Oil Shadest Lace Curtains Tailormade Suits that were advertised last week will still con tiilueto be sold at prices named on them during these weekly sales e TheSpecialsForlhisWeekt i Are all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRICKS Our stock of wash goods has quetsPrimtoseBattinlargest 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 prices will be entirely lost sight of in this great slaughter of prices to close themtL- PriCe WiUon vriN T GieTrionTie Good 44 Bleach Cotton 4ic worth 6c Good44 Bleach Cotton Xno dressing 56 worth 7ia 8icMasonvilleOur Celebrated Rival Bleach Cotton only 7ic during this sale The price on this cotton was never less than lOco All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Tickings Cottonnades Cam let Jeans etc will be included in this Great Closing Out Stock Sale and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them Special prices will be made on our Clothing Stock during this sale and the low prices named on them will be eyeopeners for you if you need clothing of any kind give us a call WD OLD AM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN NOTICE The accounts of Douglas Bright Co have been placed in my hands for collection Call andsettle same and save expense and further trouble T H COLLINS Atty Though a maui declares himself an Htiefet it ill no way alters his obliga tions No GrxgsOf Pain Or dtscomfortno Irritation of tIre In testlnesbut gentle prompt thorotish bealtbful cleansing when jou take Hood PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents Nohnrlv objects to being Jeftout in tho cold this kind of weather Bids will bo received for it remedy that i a to Dr CaMwells S Pepsin Fur partlcularsilSk anydrngKisf aUK 81m Even the mhst careful man puts his foot in it when he take a bath Why Pont You Eat 7 No appetite you say Stomnch feelH bad Well take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin mind you can emit anything by all drugpihts augSloi If the summer girl knev her busi ness she would he cool to the men Are you rnnliin for office this year No you ilnrn fool Im ruunin to the drugstore for a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin to cure this Indigestion aug8 un- Contempt Li the proper punishment of nlTectntiou j KeniRmber this Nopther medicine hiss such a record of cures SK lloqdV SarsajKirilla When you want a good medicine get Hoods It A wise mall Is never lemnmiafonie than when lie hr aluup tlerblno is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it tbor otighly clwinwis the stomach and bovreIc of all bilious humors and expels all impure secretions of tie bodv Price SOds 1erry Thomas augllm tJ llll lt- Tholieautifnl lathe beauty seen with timoeyuofiiiesoulS What Net rt Say Do riot ay I cant eat Take Hoods Sarsrtparill anti say lambnnCrV Hit tbetiaw and food never iimiris nit vtd your friends that Ire ji8liMin tlm riiorshii its at night If they itifypl tobe trIM P they will t tlu smat tlrmilftelktmir UHiQttm1 face In full of pim pIes YOll ira qlllt likely to t scarce tiii thfltlsllo rmoel of that pimplesItto ay jwy l tJiMlMlQr Jtl11ityl haksm- tis barl Jluig s will nv VOil W4tl wIt 1oll i bITi i c No nun knowfUheunbeiirabletonure this peculiar and agonizing palncausfd by piles tinlifs they have fullered from them Many believe incurable This is lI1i take Proper treatment will curs them TublorV Uuckeje Pile Ointment is an infallible euro Prir iWcts In bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas augMm Jltlozielool account for that which they do not alter NONEMBBK 6 1800 PEPSIN SYUUP Co Doar SirsI feel it my duty to write to you anti let you know how mach rood your medicine has done for me Twentythree years ago I was taken with some kind of stomach trouble and Theydidago neuralgia set lit on me and I got so poor and weak that I could hardly walk couldnt work tIny My him hand received a book through the mall advertising your medicine and be sent our little boy to the drug store to get one of yotir tencent bottles I be gan to use it It is strange to say but its thetruth the second dose I took gave mnielotsof relief I kept on using it till I used it nearly one year and now I am nearly as strong as I used to be and can da any kind of work I recommend it to all for it seems to me it would cure anybody I have gotten SyrupIepsinthem PO good Dr Caldwell anti lila medicine for doing me so respectMKSFreetown Jackson Co Ind Sold by all Omuggists an 8 loi It lies in our own power to attune time mind to cheerfulness Ballards snow liniment gives instant relief in caes of bleeding burns bruise scald ruts etc Price 25 and uOcts Perry it Thomas augllra There is grnit ahility in knowing how to conceal ontiu ability The Health Problem Is much simpler than is sometimes supposed Health depends chiefly upon perfect digestion anti purejbloq and thus problem is solved very by Hoods Jarsaparllla You may kep well by tiiking it promptly for any utoniBch or blood disorder It cures of scrofula salt Elientn catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism jtnd other diseases are numbered by he thousands The favorite family cathartic is Hoods Pills To Speak asd to attend with some people are bill ommeand tbaeatne timing A free and jcvsv expectoration h pro ducfd by n fey doses of Coussena Honey of rrinalleases of Hoarse peas sore threat or diffinulty of breath ing 50 cents Perry Thomas augMtu Time very I itest thins m door locks jg the niRhtkij JDurint tliH bivil waras well aaiubnr l tewar with Spaintdiarrlioea was HW 0f tle inost rqubleadtn disease tba in had to ontonul witb In JBJWIV IjJMtapceff ft b came chronic and tba okl tiers Still M5Ter from it Mr 1LFitykw of RidjWf Greette C Pi ooo ol these nm CIHWR WrWns Col e Cholera iwi4 tllMfhoa Renie ly itau1 jiya he nerwi Xmmdiur llMn tI 14sierief Ii bi teih by- mtb j J p ys sIyya LZITOVETMENT 0 + Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested s tbWS + Branch office front room over Joplin S furniture storeSj L P TODD MGR l 7 Tetter SaltItheum and Eczema Tho intense itching and smarting inch allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples snapped hands chilblain and chronic sore eyes 25 tta per box arcJustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vormifpge They are not but ahorsebents per package Never call a man a coward unless you can preJU tStr Settle rxeo titSaiEsrs olwlinatie caffefrTtKcfklnU that liaveresietedtlqciprBjIi6tsprinks and yield to 111111 BotanIc Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you mucuous patches itf Ilie mouth Sore throat Eruptions Eating sores i1mQ pains Itcbing giamids Sti loimits 5Coper colored cib1lcrliou55ifthmboTvhair n mass of boils pimples and ulcers Thmeui this Hkinleelf1awllh completely change the whlle thIn a i eormu1itIOi1free frOth eruptions and skin pinoojjh with time glow of health IV B B draliw time poIson but ot thn stern so the Kymptons manot return At the anmc liuio BOB builds up tho rokendows constitution anti improves i iedi w liom So sufferer may test BJU a trtI bat tie will bo givee freetfharge perlMtreauneui1 Conplet xlflrectmon with serb hoitle For tr 1iStt address IUX BALM CO 1Sflflstreet AtIIM h Dwnib tJrMsb- ha4 Yryp SInHaiti aiM Ii lio = h ery sdT- oum IL Blotches anti excresences which en often annoy people are effort of otr impediments to the dinifnlerbineher work and ensure a skin clear and lamperfections ThomasntigtlumNo maim proposes to remain single When he proposes he expects to setmarried Where the digestion is good ami the ahealthytation jn thus human hotly WhiteV destroysevery lric25e1sKeep all you have and try fur all you can A Mother Tells How Site Saved Her Lilt r tie Uassfctern Life I am the mother of eight children ajid hiivehad a great tisal ofexierien with medicinec Last summer my lit the daughter had the dysentery in its worst form AVe site would die lined everything I could think V of but nothing seemed to do Jier any Kodd I saw by an advertisement In umhieChioiehhhighly recommended and sent ami gut t ottle ttonce It proved to be one 6f the very beet medicines weaver hud rmmylLthttdniughitets mother to know what an excellent m Udna It 15 Had I known it at first it have saved me a great dsleaNxiety Mkl little daughter ntHnU snWeriiiYonrs truly Iri GEt t ly1Jhoimmsa It Wrbjr j re eBc ot mind in HD psiereciea hiM the natlys at mnatmimteusietl Tfm seathisail iwhinjflivif CSsbrs Ns ssat tsste sad uto rust asvrn I l1 1I jr i p f I Pr ntShDwsthro1htl ItIt Our hoods 1Otir prices ljCrnpuls 1 S ultiu t1s1II i 1ka Ji 1 DiODIiJI D The lJibrbombastie claims All buyinthe world select the la youbuy u1todateIwant If so trade with I WhitBND Gibson cct C4 1 FIE reiJ W fdl jI en G4 L- j F g 2rOII 1DO I J- C 2 c j0 8 JJ C hot C O 0 3 triCiJ I AL 7Iffi 7F F mm l1IIaAlJonJIIIUUCaMensItds 7 oI4ee4fler Mock 500 401 u cCOVINGTONCaTC4Mrra KXrNIMI fw Alt IRLIOHtI4mtPHlCItl liW OOlnwa N SallIaDk1tb Dt1nt lteT tpt r X zip 00 itnrz1- Iuue6n 0IrI it tv 0 PITT BURG EThAL TQK lARD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and 4 all other kinds of stocks Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attntion EVESEyHlS SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr A PAT O r riiiI 2 C lOW PRICES We are going to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION in prices in order to make more room for out Jarge Fall Stock We have no cheap HOEStooffeiJorSalebutthe very best that money can buy They wear right look right and fit right Youll be right if you buy them Listen I Our Prices Are Talking L ul ies Kid ShoesPrice f 50 Cut to 1 10 s Ji3 L 2r00I 1 60 H 2 50 175 t i4 3 50 2 50 Oxfords 100 7Iit it u JiillMTSQ 1 00 I rtraJfif T 13 OQ h 2 25I Men Tin and IHiicJ M ictshQA VJL50 2 75 ir 300 225I u h Q ioJ 50 1 7ICalf Shoes 225 160Ikt U u 1 50 110I Do you want to make money If so buy shoes from us You can make money by saving ite0 + TO THE FEAST OF LOW PRICES VUIQhar1 L1Tilt1 Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J 876 irices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Dralnaie Is Perraanest Imfroremtat Inside Diameter Price per 1000 Price of Branches Appror Weight of of eachaon TT lO 1001 1 18 tO ll 6 fxJ25 l8 3300 M =MWI 35 i 1000 = = JO rkriyZ812 US 00 Price list F O B Cars at Eactorleso grewbcforevelI drained farm wilt cause 8u to bCr remembered fbi bly than a sky I rlpitlg marble shaft D BROXil drained land produces the largest and best i Vk2J est iniisstment possible i I fPCY STATIoN PO WA 9 MADISON 1 k iJI I BRYAN AND KERN skenObi for a thcrannnd tongues to sing our great praiseAsthlngaare round well soon dt1aBllyer bright the trusts things of the past With safelylaudNo more stamps on our coffin lids no red tape on the shroud Our country soon will be at peacegood bye to Uannaa crowd The cnoWe will lick a stamp that is nice and clean mad by honest men We will hue a OoTernor for our State to walk on ont State House rugs That will Tot ruke it a hiding place to ahelter thUres and thug- DEMOCRATIC RULES lOnrenton fleraldiaAs there seems to bo a great demand for information concerniux the rules fbeifloeralicmary election a no near at hand we take the following from the Campaign Book ol last year published under the auspices of the State Ceutral Commit teeThe State Central Committee a ma jority of the members concurring shall have general control anu supervision of all local committees and of all matters relating to or affecting party organization and the matiHgeuient of election campaigns anil shall have full power in nil cases allectinjr the interests of the party to take such action as it may consider necessary or may at anytime a reorganiza lion of the local committees or one or wore of themoEach County Committee shall elect one of its members chairman and another secretary and may remove them at pleasure and apuulnt others Inctheir places A meeting of the com mittee may be called at any time by the chairman thereof and if upon a request of a majority of the members of the committee lie fails or refuses to rail a meeting as requested a mxjority of the committee may call a meeting thereof lhe chairman may have tbe right to vote as other members itit Vacancies in any County Committee shall he filled by the member of the State Central Committee of the Con gressional ilibtrict in which said vacan cy exist with the concent of the State Central Committee appointment from the precinct which the vacancy exicts and the member of the State Central Committee buywith the con tent of the State Central Committee remove any member of tald committee who is for any reason not R suitable person for the place or who fails to perform his as commitlcpraan or who is otherwise disqualified and upon such removal the vacancy shall be filled as herein provided VA majority of tile members of any quorumforany member may vote by a written proxy but no meeting shall be culled or held until reasonable notice thereof has been given the members VAny member of a county or lecisla five committee shall when a candidate for any oillce in the gift of time people vacate his olliceof COIllI1l No person shall act as committeeman who docs not live in time precinct for which he utters to act or who fails to support all nominees of his party At the State Convention held at Lou isville last June the rules were not changed iu any particular but it wai decided that a change in tho formation of the county committees was neces sary suet on tIm third Monday in No vember 1000 time Democrats of the Static lire to meet at their various vot lug prechcts and elect n committee man to serve for four years Uii the Monday follnwing the precinct com initleeiueu thus chi eu are to meet at the County seat and organize bstlect ing a chairman and secretary who may or may not be members or said racanryoccurintilt Democrats in the precinct in which such vacancy occcurs after ten davi chairrllLrldthe time stud plato of holding said meeting The more recent State Convention at Lexington left the rules aa they were but adopted a special one reference to contests that might arise l1fesenttimtins district which was published in this paper last week it havebeenof t Ie Committee on Permanent Organi fnJoui8villetollowingAVe overnlngthetowit That hereafter whenever a orIJCltllativesame shall he tilled by the Democrats noticedulytary of spid committee as to the time and place of holding said meeting for said purpose shall have been posted illNuvemberState shall meet at their various voting precincts at time hour of 1 oclock p m and proceed to elect a cotnmitleeman to serve a term of four and that on the Monday following such precinct committeemen shall meet at their various county seats and organize by electing a chairmen and secretary ol said county or district committee who mayor may not be a member of 8aldI committee The chairman or any memo ber of said committee may be removed for cause by a majority thertofITime or a committee may call a meeting of the same whenever they deem it necessary Vacancies occurring in any of said committees after tho reorganization heroin provided shall be filled as hereinbefore set forthIIfafter as there productteeman of the district on recommenda hodoesfailure of election on recommendation IA form ol disease may become ao com that I is regardedas a necMsirv condition In some of the valleys of Switzer land goitre or thick neckatfilets every inhabitant A party of- American tourists en onet levawncfnlr ofJeeringpeople have no goitres II salt to be vviUi out a goitre was a physical deficiency irregularperiadscommonness of debilitating drains among married women have created the mlschteYOs idea that these are the natural conditions of womanhood shouldbe1l11Jliedeverywoman regulatsinflammationSIekPierce Buffalo N Y by letter without strictlyprivateI had falling of internal organs and had to monthlyperiods orCooIprlnanythinghardlyGoldn Medical Discovery cured rue I took ndoMedicalAdvisersenttocoveriodhing only Tvmentyone on- eeetpi piper 3t idmM AdDc Pain Conquered Health Re- tored by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound LZTTI mi FIXXDAII no 516149 I feel It my duty to write nnd thankhyou for what your Vegetable pound has done for me It is the only medicine I have found that has done me any good Before taking yourmedl lue I was all run down tired all the time no appetite pains in my back and bearing down pains and a great sufferer during menstruation After tak ing two bottles of Lydia R PlnkhamshVegetable Compound I felt a newTwoman I am now on my fourth and all my pains have left me I feel than I have felt for three years Compoundtoletter will help others to find a euro or their troubles Mug DELLA BESIICKZB BEKBSEIJUCB IND The serious ills of women develop from neglect of early symptoms Every pain and ache has a cause and the warning they give should not be disre gardedMrs Finkham understands these troublesbetter than any local phy sician and will give every woman free advice who is puzzled about her health Mrs Pinkhams address is nguntilhealthWrite at the first indication of trouble f a majority of the committee of time cotimmty shall fill such vacancy by the ppmintnlennt of a Democrat of such p rec octnamendment shall not apply to- ities of the first and second classes lime Mm Pall Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles aa well ns women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in time blood backache nervousness hendiiche and tired listless rundown feeling Hut theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idavillo Inch IlesaysSElectric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength mid good appetite than anything I could take anc now eat any thing and havo a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry t Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 3 POWER OF HEALTH BOARDS Power of City Health Board to Remove to Penthouse Exercise of Police PoweriHrngehold vs City of Covington reportedAppealOpinion of the court by Judge DuRelle affirming judgment Whole court sit tillJjlrstUntler the constitution and laws of the State and of the act for time government of cities of the secondclass such a city has the powor in the exercise of its police power for the preserva tion of the to pass an ordinance providing for the removal of smallpox patients to a pesthouse Second And such city may by ordi nniice vest such power to remove persons so afllicted to a pesthouse in its health board or in any three members thereat or In the health officer pattendfmmghysician t b enllaweredband careful attention and that his re moval would not be advisable as a sanitary measure there way be an ap ppal from the decision of the three mHinbera of the board or of the health officer directing a removal to the whole board and the board shall or shall not order the removal in their discretion U F Graziani and G F Bon hner forappcllant F J Hanlon for appellee Thirty minutes is all the time required to dye with PUTN A M FADELESS DYES Sold by C L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panola Ky augllm ALL SHE ASKED meGeolie for you Yes a thousand deaths GeorgeMy me yetWell I do not wish you to die for me but I will tell you what you can do for me to show your affection What is it Shall I pluck the stars from the cerulean dome Shall I say to thn sea Ha ha cease to flow for youbrljhtglinting the hilltops with her light that she must not shine on thy face too roiiirhly Shall 1 No Geoige no she smilingly said I do not wish you to attempt such Impossibilities All Iask of you is thI8Yes All I ask is thisdont call again After many intricate experiments cientists have discovered methods for digestantsThl8eprotlon found in the human body and upthepound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure atlyapeptics beInAagents it contains It is pleasant to take and will give quickly relief Per y Thomas LEGAL POINT A made a settlement with an insurance company surrendered tho policy and cave a receipt in full He now finds hiylilaajudSWhether abardreceiptinthe part of the insurance company It marloIncase he might be able to recover It is moneyfrombldueEnquiror cirenlaterTime dealer who sells you a dangerous counterfeit of DeWitts Witch Hazel littleinrgir orlginalcure for piles And all skin diseases DeWittsANOTHER EXCURSION TO OLD POINTCOM FORT On Tuesday Atapunt 14th the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will rnn another leavingLexington eadytheneJit 1TicketslkOO for Yinchestetand yournameQeo W Barney Div Lexington iCyI For burns Injuries piles and skin di SalveItrryTn Ns JJ r r FORCING THE HEART TO 1EAT The method resuscitating drowned persons or others whosw hearts have eased to beat by rhythmic traction of the tongue is wn kiluwn a method of accomplishing it by mechanical menus was recently illustrated in these mechnnlicalmelho1 before the Paris A HIPnjy of Sciences He has resusritafwl dogs br opening tliB thorax and manipulating time heart bv actual handling no as to cause it to tilallttslpIJ88ihleman opening in the chest can closed again and will heal as in any surgical operation After M Battelli ad his exwrimlntll Meara outer and Hallion reminded the Academy that they had performed this same operation as long ago as October ami Nnvemner J89S fnvs the Revue Scieritifique June They succeededl in calling to life by heart after opening the thorax that had been in a state of syncope from chloroformizatinn for several minutes compressIonural movement till after a long time twenty mirntes in one of their experi ments The application of these results to man line been attempted by Measre Tuffier and Hallion with partial success but the restoration of life was of short duration for the subject suc cumbed shortly afterward toa blood clot in tho left branch of the pulmonary urterylranslatiol1 made for the Literary Digest Workinjr Night Anti Uay The busiest and mightiest little timing that every was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ess into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful In building up the health Only 23c per box Sold by Perry Thomas 3 A GOLD DEMOCRAT RECANTS In resigning his membership in the Notional Committee of the Gold Demo cratic party Mr Zach Phelps of Louis villa gives these good and sufficient reasons for so doing Our people are called upon at tho next election to give approval or disap provalto an administration of affairs in which countenanced if it did not direct and advise the commis sion of one of the most cruel assassina countryhaso t disapprovefguns on election day for the purpose of controlling the election and of the use of time State militia for the purpose of protecting the assassins and aiding them in their escape as well as for time driving of the duly accredited members lel1islatlveing and putting at naught the sacred Orpusfmount to any that may be raised upon mere questions of money or financial policy I believe that these issues ap peal directly to all the people of our State anti that whether we he of the Republican the Democratic the Tem perance the Populist or the National Democratic we ns Kentuckians should and indeed if we love our State muststand together upon a platform which expressses disapproval positivename of our State before the nation A gentleman recently cured of dyspepsia cave the following appropriate blessingsSomesome have none that want it but we have meat and we can eat Koilol Dyspepsia Cure he thanked This preparation will digest what you eat Itinstantly relieves and radically cares disordersPerry ONE OF LIFES LITTLE TRAGEDIES Philadelphia Record Lite is lull of little tragedies that the busy world takes no note of The world has other timings to think about pattieticlove and suffer and duo while the world goes merrily on Thero were two funerals in a recent week in an uptown block one on Thursday and the other on Friday They had been boy and girl lovers these two He Was not twentyone and sue was about a year younger Ever since they had been old enough to talk they had been constant companions He was not a robust boy and carred little for the games which his companions en tered with such zest He preferred to be with her And so they grew up to gether to young manbood and young womanhood with no other thought than for each other A year ago tho doctors raid he had consumption He took the announcement calmly and seemed quite resigned to his late until the Other Man came llwas older and richer and was able to give her everything her heart desired She was young and unused to the ways of the world and to their engagement Wll8 IIIhoptbattle for life But they were not destined to be separated The girl IOn tracted typhoid fever and last week she died They told him aboutit at onceSIt is Gods will he said slum ply That was not all but his meaning was obvious The next day he too was death thanDeWitts andTbomaRDISTINGUISHED DESERTERS Benjamin Harrison as a man of strict morality has been compelled to denounce JMcKinleys course toward Porto Rico as politically and ethically wrong That Jlepublicnn Tow Reed has attacked his partys doings HenryUJohnsonof Indiana is out for Bryan and Webster imlglmiiialso with the Democrats Republican United Slates Senator Wellington of Maryland cant stand for McKinley and hundreds of other of character anti influence will not fctip policyDemocratsan In 189G are with him this year onithe paramount anti only issue the public of the Empire The Democratic platform will attract moro and more patriotic independents to its support as the rampalgn progresses and the Re r publican will repel by its For a did commercialism Who says time Democrats havent a chance this year Louisville Times s l WE GUARANTEE i Dr Caldwclls Syrup Fcpaln to euro o lndlsestionSickwhen taken according to directions siw- D r4 r W e CALDWELL UtytMtie eSIRted wewlgzLIEi au tlIIUrirllfI1q- i f tf It II illd I j i Never love I 2 r trWhen the Soldier donihU tog of war to leave Ills home and friends his sweetheart on hit shoulder Jeans and asks with brealln heart Will you forget me darling And here U what bo says Ne tJtI fLove i And when we ire astedifwe wilt amos our NOondHaying rented the shop back ofthe Cburch we will there conduct the Central KentuckfMonumentalWorksrand at Kleho lasrllle the Granite Works with skilled labor flrslclassmaterlal polite attention and low prices Call knd aeef Jnc273m GOLDEN FLORA THE LOUISVILLE TIMES f aIwill be promptly delivered to residences and places of business by our local agent 1 1 Hamilton Best State NewstReliable MarketReports Most Interesting Paper in Ky GAS STOVES t++ + + + AT COST CHEAP GAS tWDo not linve n gasoline explosion when you cm get Gas nt SI 25 per thousand for cooking and heating This Company Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Encourage the Use of the Gas Stovet e Once try a Gas Cookiuj Stove and you will never give it up It is just as cheap as coal and always ready can bake in three minutes We sell Stoves at Cost and run pipe to curbing free and into the house at Cost Use a Welsbach burner and increase your light fivo times and reduce your gas bill twothirds Call at the office for particulars 1llMQ N WA TERLIOBT Season fishing tickets S5 day tickets 25 cents 2maytf NOTICE We wonld call your especial attention to the fact that our stock of WAtt PAPER AND DE RATIVB DB IGij Jnst received are all new and of the choicest designs and we Invite you to call at our Drug Store oa Main street and Inspect urns before buying elsewhere We have Mr W L LEEDS connected with us who will furnish estimates on all wprk and decorate your rooms In the latest style and at reasonable prices We guarantee all work done by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles stationery paints and oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showing you pur goods whether you buy or not Kespt PERRY THOMAS 213 MIa Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 1Jan17ty S f a s SeSS a PLEASE i- IrRY CANDY CATHARTIC Joe 25cSOctHY BUY from and pay middlemen a good big profit when you can buy direct from manufacturer and jobber at prices We manu facture everything in the paint line We buy in large quantities in order to get jobber prices thereby enabling us to sell you for less money than those who buy in small quan without any practical ex- periencE in the Paint Business Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practical experience in the Paint and Wall Paper Busi ness we belive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities Geo M Willging Wall PapersWindow shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass c- atQielloP Iaa Insure your dwellings barn and other prop ertyln the BLUB GRASS INSURANce COM PANY ol Lexington Kys home Institution Give protection against FIFE LIGUTNINa AND TORNADO No assessment calls on member when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become ft member ot company The cheapest and most reliable company for the our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year tailing to onehall after the Seat year For further Information call on their agent and collector a n B Black attorneyatIaw oppositeCourtCompany maySIly upstaIrsI FAIR VIE- WSEMINARY A HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS +School Year Begins September 18th 1900 to Continue Forty Weeks Affords all the comforts and ndvnnta ces of homo lifo vlth the opportunity of obtaining a liberal 4+Ladles of culture and refinement are chodeii an teachers and their inter- coUrse with time pupils out of school la of great benefit Full Course of English Including the Sciences Latin French Higher Mathematics Elo cution PhysicAl Culture Music Art +4+4 ladyfitted+taughtinthe department8Jn the school ++For terms and further information address BA l WATBR M D WASHINGTON GROVE MD ISjultl MADISONINSTITUTE Time olIeKiate year commences TUESDAY SEPTEMbER 11 1000 Till ofieptemberre advised to i Ply early Let all who uealn entering the Institute next session be present if at all armbsenceI Persons wishing to have an interview with the Principal before placing a epeningayEvery abseiife of the porkfSeptemberIthOn Stifle 5 1000 formal notice was received that Madisoit Institute had been laced on thlt list of accredited ochools of Wellealey Ckillfpe and VAWMF or UniversityStudents our ertlffcate alter iatvhmmgsatiafmtctorily cO upleted the College Preparatory Course CHANGES IN FACULTY FOR 19601901 I HSTURTEVANTPhiHistory anti Uiblo Voice DpciHloBj ysiealCBltBw lllrV I J ROSE EUREN GradURte ilaft Conservatory tiQer ay1J Pupil of Hans von Bulowi tPi ndrid Stringed Instniwe Ii All other iHtt1cto jsaiae as last year H jt Year treiiUaHy solicited For f IMflr tM4i MMr Ir rJI v u JtHHvi ftvV s F f MISS ALICE LiOD r 9 j ljIJ Luat t v IIIL DRUGGISTS a s 1iNJTSPRING eraJ J2Ili3I customers that mIIDC iscomplete foi rq 11tG = fl1l1EiiUI lai Factory prices have advanced on w 6 nJI I t i Vni tFlffij i1 p our goods early and can offer in 1I- it1 jj ducements that will interest and MLi 8 Ji 11ofp 6to 75c Other things eoirespond i ingly CHEAP 8 JEii Everything desiredin under WJf l3 FJ M taking line always kept in stock I 8 8 W Se OLDHAMS f1 LIL rt ElSUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDIIAM gl 8 Day Phone 70 Night 136 rr 3 = fB 8 f3 8 EI==EiJ il 8 8 SmJ 13 rn A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLETS BUCKEYE1IIe g 0 m II1zZ c JP 10 UJft nWcji ifGMI1M11 Qr c yf PILmE littfjiiJCUIRE A New Discorvery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN FAILEDTUBEUJAMS F IALLABD Site fnpkfir 3H North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists JmniQiy- 3 e ilic Ma1 H KYl25300000 Faiu Ifl LivirF Bencits- i 120000 OOEESERVEJy SU1PDinj 1 4 We pay while you live jt 1t They pay when yoi die q WHICH DO YOU PREFER 2UTH BOWMr1 icyMKS S CLIMAX PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS 0 PRINTERS I f IINO jCONLST RICHMQNQ Ky lUmr