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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 A iJxl TflflaUIRICHMOND e j V 1 i LXI Ii 1- r 11 it i I I i4 ii 2j r ii prntshbwstIiohVOLUlr 27 7TY h iICoNDY i k iIi MADISON COUNTY KRNTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 J9 NUMBER 1i t = T9 j i dH RPAIfl1NUANfl IN WATOntaABPEOIAlTYr L EL1rANE I etT tt 18 9e1ltced Main Street RICHMOND 1 0 ORANDHMWARD WHISKY FULL- ouArrrs 4qQ1 Delivered Expressage paid anywhere directly acces sible to American S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed directfromReference Any bank company or com In Louisville GOLDEWEY I CO 231 W Rain Si Louisville Ky The New Woman 9andprroer1ptlonwrltlAn Manufactured THE FLORENCE MEDICINE Red Oak Iowa U S Jr + e p tGEHTLEMEHS DRIVING ytfAGN i We only best of material Has all up to date attachments i Splendid Finish Price is right We can make it an 1 inducement for to + handle our work We + manufacture a full line of light pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and 4 price list t AH Work bar KY iT Adams or U express mercial agency AUG CO dealers I FULLER 33UGGJY Oitanufaogurera JACKSON 3JOCCH 4 Ht+ + 4npr86m PROFESSIONAL pARDS 4 Jt YS R E ROBERTS ATTOUNEYSATLAW mcriMONU KENTUCKY IIirOmCO over 01111 i OnJct with JIB B Mc Creary Siuiinl titrtxt RW MILLER ATTOUXCTATLAW UiciiMovn EKSTUCKT Olfice In the nurnim Ilulldlng nxt door to armors NutluiiuUlalik feb3Jy J SULLYArq ATJOtNEYATLAVT RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Slate Rank Trust Co op pos le Court I bust on Main street JU D MU11KNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA IV KirnnoND KKNTUCKY- Oilico Oil Second street over Chen ault8gloiy 1 j tf W R hETCHR fi f JcfJ1t fJaf iHIlIIIOSII lKiTtCKY Oltie with T AtSIIjlIJr pvci CVIII toll t Mitrliilln r J TALBOT JAtiKSONt ATTORN t YATL AW1- UC1IMOND KENTUCKY cOlHce in Pratlior BhIMlug Main fitrect PHYSXOIA1TS 1s GI- 1IYIUftN Bc BsbN LNV VRG EU- RIUIIolONJI KKNTOCKY Uiiicc in lle Juc ItJint tmitding it L4dao Sec 01 irce urqr WNHC JrOCstore 37 CHAS c IH K Ji r pETEi1vtJ yXURqEoN Jraduatt Ontario iefmwZry College i Vulcriuarjr Dentistry an J Sterility a Specialty HeOffice at my stable on corner Pint and Walr Streets Uichmorul Ky aprtly U C JASPEHMD Medicine arid Surgery Oflico Prathcr BuiliUnir Main Street Tel phone ut reaiilencihc Care plaeejoo Broadway Hii IIHOND i y KKJfnicKjrS Gw EVAN kn F11ElcIAD1uaoNl- MOI KEWT- VcKYDTLsoTT IDt t11 t ODSOi pNTIB1 or IMU1IVtiL KY UuIlillnglLrhmMndnovi7ly Dr Louis IL Landraan Nosn3 Wwt Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio wil ht at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Kyn on WEDNESDAY SE121 J 1 t ttprnlDe rerySaeconl Wedraeadai4c oeieko- ntb Kelerenca every Iijislclan of londKy iayll7 ATENTSDYI- CE iS TO PATDIIAUIUIY O1IO 10 lnvcntlvo Age How to obiei Pntats oeetilpMISthLetters 0 SIGGr MIM I c n O Is the acme of fBEAUTY HEALTH LOMlEYlTY A 30Day i CommonSenif Jiomn trratuitnt for one dollar 7 know too well the drain upon their bralth tothetiowneinot a cureall but U a rurp for dIewe of woman dan and mint in balSas treated more complicated cose of female dlwaiies perhaps than any one 11mtimeOne package a2ord refleX to Uo most obstInAte by A use the 44 + + + Rich WEDDING NECESSITIES rhe brido and the ring Get the briile where you will fuR ring should come from the collections we have litre tw itiickncnntnin Piich a pleasing as sorlineiit of Sinjilo and combina tion stone and wedding RINOS y Biil pfta1nii at nootlier nr it they ohtainabibaucIirnaIl prIces = Fi YEMILR 5Y ratroniz lloa Iraae Insure your dnellinca barns and other prop O4fPANGIves protvvtIonaiust FIFE LIQMfNWa AND TORNADO No assessment calls on membera when losses occurto other members and no Initiation fee charged to become member or romp8Dr The cheapest and most reliable company for the people qf our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every ycarj falling to ocahalf after the rat For further information can on their agent and collector 8 R B Black attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompany npiULrsJ H iAHTEn Pres inay24ly C c nOSWORT1I8Ccy 3 f44GAS++ + + + AT COSTI aw CJj AP GAS oJt 1 Do iiotliaTe n Kasolino explosion wheii you can get Gas nt SL25 per thousand furcookiii and henIJg v This Company HaRcckdthe Pncefof GaV N fJinf0r e1l toEncouragc the Use of the Gas Stove j 9Dc frp I Ga I ll1gStllV f lIi you willnevqrgiveiItBp Itfa juBt ss cheap t s cipRl amlalwayarefidy cn Imke tn throo uilnutes Ao sell 8t Jvea itt C t111al runft fe tqr iC1ree Htiif COst tJsa W16bitctr andliKjrqsso your light ittreInc your inablil tWOtIliltiSra Call at the office for partteHlArs 1IDDAm m otiWbigtJek J6 JZIy1ICk- ek25ciits imaytf t ANNOUNCEMENT IOBOII1ITCLRC ORDOLDHAMiVtothecctionorhcDenocmtlcparty CHKAVANAUGHDOTYto the action of the Democratic Party Weare authorized to announce C M SAY I aublecttoJbeactlonWo are authorized to announCeD B TEVIS a CindldateforCoDDIT Clerkeubject the of the Democratic pan W41KEaacandIdaetin action of the Democratic party Ire are anthorizrd to acnoonce M M subjectJESSECORDto the action of the Democratic party vua tIISfllYY PWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party eBALLABDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aetb rlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff ot Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We ere authorized to announce P B BROAD DTJS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the DemocratlcPlrt1- OIl4aaBIISOIL We are inihorlzcd to announce MARTIN GREEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic ftWeHAM a candidate for Araessor of Madlapn countysubject to the action of the Demo party We are authorized t announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized 46 announce O W- DEATHERAGE n candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject lo the Action of the Democratic party We arejmthorlied to announce DUD DUNN of the Glade Disttict n candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce 3S L BAKI511 a candidate for Assessor of Madison countyisubject the action of the Democratic party FOil JAILER We are authorized to announce PETER O PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the i Democratic party We are authorized to announce NB JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject tp the action of the Democratic partyr We are authorized to announce F J PERsKINS a candidate for Jailor subject action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the notion of the Democratic FOB SCHOOL sunminrxxDUT We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent ot Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party We are anthorlzed to announce REV A J TKIBDLE a candidate for County School Superintendent subject to the action of the Democratic party JYOUNGPublic Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party LOUISIANA AND TatE PHUIPPINESi fFor tho CUKAIJ foliticalilint such wide credence hns been ul lowed to the pretended argument of analogy between the case of the Phil ippines and that of the other teriiloriei expandedAtYllkal is in an article by Senator D pew in Harpers Weekly of May 16 Mr Uepen proves to his own unctuous satUfaction that we ought to establish a t gtivernment by force over tlio lhili pineshecause we annexed LoniHianaautJ Florida in the beginning of this cell tnry lie iutimatert that the Democrats are estopped to question tie riglitof this present administration policy be cause Jefferson and Jackson tI the limits of our territorial expandl ment into the region Ur the South of us Hut the logic of that contention is at least of doubtful force For the strength in reason ing of the argument by depeiids entirely on tilt closeness of the parallelism existing between the case admitted and the case proposed If we look cloe1rat these analogies we mu more variance than the loquacious Senator wouldliave us Thus ixiiiislana was checlrbyJowl our neighbor the areat the extreme diameter of the earth LonUi ana had but a mere handful of people b lIOCietyJorwiliiu to jlu us the Filipinos nuni ber 12 000000 of pepple WHO have fur two cenlurh6 been intermittently fight t tngfor their Ireedom and They have ought us harder than any foe In Louisiana the one small body of men who even attempted to maintain any government were of our own race and c blood and civilization the Filipinos are a race so remote and us that there arc few Americans who have HVer seen one of ea4oI them The Loniniauians weroTour qua1a nnd sourcethlorigin temper and racial chractor1sItics The Louisiana pablo of assuinicgourpolitiralinaUtti lions at once but the Republican theuiHelvea say thatthFIliliIlOlisronot capable of our fornrof government Louisiana was taken foi the express purpose of colonized pcopTe1I1retIybegllloJngto over thought of 6ttrjgTntinp to tile Philippines for m l residence Louisiana waa physically a manifest t A Wife Sayl We have four rfuTsta Tfhh tC first iiuIsuftercd almost u arabIe pains from J2 to 14 hours aci had to pkced trader the influence of chloroform I used three bbtiles of Mothers Friend before our lost clilld came which jit strong lit and jtealthy boy doing ny housework p to witWa two hours off birth an W iiHlta Je rdpwes This 1J0J aaeat k hit graad at remedy ever llot lu S- Friend wSJ dp fot every wottM rifeat it iWl the JHiMcsoU mother who wrtNaK abev IM Jet Not to use it kiting jing lurry fa A to he paid fee i yOa tad tJMbers Friend ojolax tfce pMI t wiA a rstKojr body add faUlUrt wfckfc ia awpte kremktihe mtacU vxi tn tfck to pmeves soe jMkjaI e ijnfZ fctrd- iliOla ttt fiIw1lOtMtdlca kiir b aboet aad prtctHigy linuii Dr got of ZWscoi haM Waixfck lMtftAit and iccoVy m4ra ar Ikwiyc u Ilg1I4JIJ wibeSu 1r1ieM tirtrrni4i k t J s part of dttr fnture nation fcttategicallv aiInevitable 01itllepjplnejt roi1l pol on earth the niosi peoitlionlikely li synipniliirc with im III our as piraiions or tJjiLI In and aid ourcivii zatlon itiiatjuflIlIOJtl5ijiO twoterritorieseelvesiIIItYB2lSDOWtaking on our civilization were few and scattered laving no claim to tIll viIderiiPBS overvrhlcli roamed without fixedJroornlnent without fixed residence most of them not even staying to sncceseive seasons in the same place making no pretense of or andIlevingdid not enter into the equation for to upon their hunting ground wa lo seize Upon their country for the nofassumiuJrdoinluhl1 pollticsexpresseddesireactually did form themselves into a territory were accepted within a single year as snch and actually became n eightream andtnrPhllllplnoclaim havehadtflfn schools muFfs an army and so far are the from a willingness to lit tentytluolIhdtheir graves in a years short time in n Hireiiuons res tance to our kind atten andImlelfellele dsltnlltheythe last In wool if there is one single ciS cumstanre of similarity between the thePlihllisoinestest particular in which the two cases anddaiknessdllllrcilt tueliffereuceisquiteas is pofislblp tiseSenatorsib JacksonMr tIUIbvillllittlu band of kiiiHtiiBn de lring 51 tillS empbatllItrtll8 firstbeup a government and ask admission as onii1ualtyThe acquisition New Orleans even in tho extreme supposition that it were done could be full and finally justified without touching on a iiiltoIrety within the tenets of the present Democracy for it wits on the funds mental law ot xelf defense It was the rOOllllonlnfuctrineoff from the highway by another mans land he the tight of entry to freeholdfuture main artery of thin nation in ternal commerce it could not be used ICIIVEitwould be to pay toll fur thu privileyi wouldhewarThisthouJhnutItas a piece of logic and as a reason for immoralThis thPhiilipillosposing to benevolently assimilate The that Senator Depew and he Is typical of all the upholders of the imperial policy has viewed the whole question from the Machivelllan considersiotiSthe presence of what ho thinks ti be our own selG h interest lie does not IIhoullhthis governuiBiit or any government 01itslion of Independent declares it to he ut he reginds it un tyrants regard their States as an end in its If its selfinter rat to be maintained at any Cost ol moral turpitude forhethe empire of Force It has stood fur Uotrorthing apart from men I To he true tour ijeals and b the getting of our poo plepnre are bound to consider the con bePhullipinoswere true that we think it were bettor lwvernthlJiYetare nut willing lle diflVrimro between expanding sprealugexpandingby diJerecceberifeellference between receiving Irtjuisjuna differenceWhop the people awaken to thin truth courteheyF W H CLAY Tbn Apprtitft ef a Goat hosotlOJllacflAll such should know that Dr Kings New LifO Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Itemedy Jive a splendid appetite sonud digestion nnd aregu lar liodily habit that insures perfect health ahd great energy Only 2i cent atany Drug Sfore 4 JIM ALLENS VIEW OF IT ICjrntMtna Democrat Our esteeniedcontemporaries con tinue to face Is it right for an editor tb recommend dependsjargelyeenu a line ho might casually refer to w iteshouhiheableittsin into the matter But at 25 cents we see no reason why he should nut really take a dose three times a day and throw wide open the bowels of bin com passion onlyhiarmieag audiThomasThe Arcadian Villa d amusement SIIPWIunique costly d IxPMttifpl features more high CM artkta more trained etteRalTElaR1I18eMCnt ItJlfethattrihutor w w arotiml It descril Cl8anpCOItIratecon all railrwutev DiWtt Lltw ar la- iii l1tte t4hia 1iiee satl lmwtll PerryT sad t f o LJc i HowTo Gain FleshPersons have been known to byfaXilghnouriceof oftenhappens produceshe properlyordinaryfood gainisA certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have bytakTng SCOilSfltUiSIOI You will fiad it just as useful in summer uponttdtuggisuSCOTT York HOW TO TEACH YOUR BOYS fofthen munlv andselfreliant Be careful of the little courtesies You cannot expect your boy to be re youllrstThe Mothers Companion flays that if yon would have your buy make you his mnfiilant take and active interest in all that he lOS Dont hotoo critical but ssk for isis views and opinions at all times Dont keep your hOfI in ignorance of things they should know It is not the wholesome truth but the unwholesome way In which it atiiulrtd flint ruins many a viinmrniHi- iHont act as if yon thought your boy aoionnted 10 nothing nor be continually makfnccnnipurisonsbeiween him and some neighbors son to his dtaadvan tngti notiilntr will dishearten quicker JKiiongbdont care far nice things Havo their pO1ibleLetlUll to be kept in order and tho result n pathsInruhslI good whole Joule reading matter Have him read to you and with you Discuss with him what you rendand draw out his opinion and his thoughts neon tile sub jet Help him tothiuk early him self Select your sons associates See to it ilint he no friends that you do not know shout Take an interest in all Isis troubles ami pleasures and have him feel crfeitlj free lo invite hits friends to the house Make booTh a pleasant place see tot that the boys dont have to en some whero else to secure proper freedom sue congenial companionhhip Take time situ pains to iimko him feel com fortnliln tutu contented ansI they will awayfromA Life ami Uralh FiIit Mr W A Mines of Manchester la wi iting of his almost miraculous esctp from deatlf says Exposure after measles induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consuinpltiii I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night stitch tint AD my doctors said I tntiFt die Then I began to use Dr Kings New discovery lor Consumption which completely cured me I would not bo without it even if it cost 500 a bottle Hundreds have used it im my recommendation and all say it never raIls to cure TliroatChest and Lung troubles Regular sizuliOc and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas sling store 4 FAT FRYING BEGUN Maik Hanna Formerly Notifies Trusts and Office Holders lo Come Upr National Democrat campaignbycontributions Nobody is to escape ihin year The national chairman confined his veltondlinters and corporations who are to provide tho campaign fund His private seers tary Elmer Dover and Cornelius N Repllbliclln bijrbalchesmarked Strirtiy private and confidential Iijciosed in each envelope Is to be a BUUicrlplion iard with space enough before tIll Dollars Stir any number uf figures A regular form of asessrneut is to be leviedon officeholders a com list ol whom Mr 11 all 1 II has oil hand LAST EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY GnTlinrsdav Augiiht 10th the CheBa peakc Ohio Railway will run its an nual Kscnrsiotr to Atlnitic City and Car May Tiukcts will be sold for both morning atid evening trains for 1400 for round trip froui Lexingtru Winchester and Mt Sterling fcnod returning until All gust 27th Through sleepers for At lantic City will leave Lexingtonon the F K V Limited at 1120 AM roach big Atlantic City next afternoon Pteep ers to VHshington only un night train Itlaiitic City u the iu st popular sea Hldii resnrtnnd a visit there is nevnrtn btffi rgitten Send in your namex for sleebing tar reservation or any infor you desire George W Barney Div Thuds Agpht DI4tXingtot Ky LEAVE YtIJRtNEY AT HOME A icood town is one in which the far tp eh spends his money with the home merchant thajaburers wiid this money earn With tblccltI trndesman whore the feeling and good will ot evpicv citizen in eynipathy with home industries and where every article that can be is bought of the local This RplBtot reclprocitybotweeti business med and merchants tradesman aunt laborers fatmerswid all makes biiRi seeiL town prospers and grows Pliti4 a iu which to livoi Ex has bees desaotifitrated by ex pertencethatcoBsumptlpn can bit ssriy ise of1 One MlIltlte glCbrKbCnro Tjiiiisihe avorlta rem ftoJW if kcroulfltRthmagri4io All troubled j Cut 8 quickly Pwry Thomas Hintaekycqis4iIute1 f2 1172 83 to- hi1tev1uuie of tM swverIlhiseult rmu TueStslsibyIilLespJt t Iit I Y j J WHAT WOULB YOU READ Thin Chicago Evening Pust jecentlv propounded a query that tins created considerable dUciiSHiou nlUoli book readers The 1imt aiked its rustlers to tell What books they would select in case they were to be banished to a des prlvihegeThe answers have been many and rythipgfremthoanswer so far received includes the Uilll ansi Shakespeare hut it is salts to assume that not 10 per cent of the people who read books spend an aver age of an hour a week or a icotitli reading either of then It seems fksh ionable using the term In lieu ofa better oueto lay claim to being a biblical and Shakespearian student but the sad fact remains that these two books although the best kipwi are least read Miit what would you select if the quBRtionwerp put to you Would you select the because you to read it Would you select Shakespeare because you like to study his works Would you prefer history to fiction or poetry to either How would youThe Shoakespear Robinson Crusoe Pil rad ISC Lost TXvelvB Decisive Battles TILE KityiMONi CLIMAX Hrtjii K Scotts Jest Book Barnes Brief History of the United States tioliarromlliarHome may smile at the suggestion of selecting Kobin oiiCrnsoe hut what would be better for one about to be marooned Others may smile Kt the selection of Kam K Scotts Jest Book think what itty after dinner speaker one couhl be after stuilving it for five years One would lie able to rival Ilianncey Depew by telling his inimitable stories before he told them TJIK CLIMAX would JamMarisA the student with thn liappcuinvs of the world Familiar Quotations would enable him to pose as a tireless Mtideii1 of literature Twelve Decisive Battles would enable him to talk learnedly upon the question that is just now up permoKt iu all minds Tlie sclectionol time dictionary will be admitted to be a wise one and certaiiily no better read lug is offered han that found in the Bible and Shakenpears Thu CLIMAX dues not assert that this is the lies possible list but merely tillers it as a suggestion to those who would like to try their hand at making lip n list often books to be read during an enforced vacation of five years on a desert is DELIBERATE PURPOSE IN ANIMA S Ait amusing incident which shows that animals are subject to filings very 1II11cl like those occasionally ru fili the bosoms of men occurred some little time ago at the Jardin des IIaiites In Paris A large elephant formerly the center of attraction found itself supplanted in public favor by a new arrival a young camel The camel wad time latest ac quisition and very naturally tngnged die Htteiitioji of the visitoia The elephant for a long time 8tIOWed igim of dissatisfaction and at Lost its jealousy reached a point where it must find expression the usual crowd gatherfd about the camel the elephant prepared her action It filled its tr with water and with deliber ate aim discharged the water all over this people who stood looking at the baby camel This method of throwing cold water upon the admirers uf a ilval brought a laugh fven frotil its victinm Equally wise in making its calcnla tions was a cat that choeea pe ulii r ipot for a boil Comfort was ttie catV olijci mill the chtowii spot did not seem to be calculated to afford iu The cat was Issued fast asleep in a large shipbuilding yard lying on what seemed to be a very muddy path It was found however that tho spot chosen by the cat fur its couch was the the point i which a hot steam pipe pasied under thu road so that the mud was baked into a warm dry rake which made not only a clean but an artificially heated sleeping place MARRIED THREE SISTERS Winchester Sun J Suit has been filed in the Clark Cir cuit Court by Mary li Hodue f rdivorce from tier husband S W Hodge They wore married in 1898 The petition alleges rrnel treaimcnt etc This is the fourth time Mr lodge lias been sued for divorce by three dif ferent wives all daughters of a wellto do farther of Lntirel county named M name His first wife secured n divorce from hihi a short time after their marriage and subsequently died Tit hiss second wife a sister of his first Hodgf was twice married tha bonds being broken each time by divorce prulPPII- ingli Ills fourth tnarrlpge was to a third sister who now seeks a legaTsep sTation and restoration to her maiieu name Mrs Hodge No 2 aud S itt stilt living THIN 1o- tpeople J Perhaps thei- rparents 1 HAIRhair per children have 1 not make it necessary to Lhair 4 j One thing you 1 Lots have thin hair z lShad thin their thin hair But this does them have thin may rely upon IQO makes the hair healthy r and vigorous makes it grow thick and long ft cures dan drufL also It always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich olot of early life There is no Ion need ot your oklftoldbc fore your time tM Mtlc AMfAna fur rmtiiring cnbir in the lulr 1LrkI Ay r ilalr Igor hs ual haS alwayV gtfi HieJieictsautstactiun lr t1oi p rll AujC i5 LIctIltJi iIM MM TWIW hook oh n rs1UtiStrosetartd roi ttur KM of Mm vIvwCe3s4soesbuuutt 1AyzijwIt jJ II If 1 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES AT + Richmond will be promptly delivered to residences and places of busi ness by our local agent J T Hamilton Best State News Reliable Market Reports Mosi Interesting Paper in Ky ++++ CALL AT++ + dJ l SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can Be found in the city are dispensed by upto date and accommo dating clerks Qenaiae Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY =Never love When the soldier dons his togs of war to leave hits home and friends his sweetheart n rite boulder leans and asks with breakin- heart Will you forget me darting And here Is what he says 4 Never Love And when we are asked ij we will move onr ImondHavlus reuteil the shop back of the Methodist Church we will there conduct tho Central Kentucky Monumental Works and at Nicho IsiTllle the NicholasrHle Marble and Granite Works with skilled labor firstclass material polite attention and low prices Call and set Jne2T3m GOLDEN FL- ORAKodOl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlficlally digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing the digestive or gans 1 t Is the latest discovered digest ant anti tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspeifila Indigestion Heartburn SlckHadacheGastra1glaCrampsandall Prepared by Eo C DeWItt A Co Crjicago For sale by Perry Thomas =R 1Rflc FOR WEAK MENTho treat French Remedy Is within easy eechofovcryAm rtran jartspowertuily and noli ky New Vn PiairiiiPrefett It its jutot10 ut cI rCIEro Ynune men V7lllrrRtJn tuiIrJort mhrirnd oklllcnwnt rtccver thiir yntbtu1 vtisr It fla one thtlrcuntvyCanair forC5Ca chr rhiHy rtiMnoiThrroRlxlxiscsilo not effect a cure circular i free Address tho AnicricaD cQco ot f23Cn1atlATeUJfliflIliUA For saul by Perry Thomas septlhly Z7fZ fZzJ rIVERDICT I I iY DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY AvmniiirLBWU IyiIEMIER 1OLJJICAIi WRITER 4 Powerful Cartoons Pointed Editorials contradictionJV JonrUS wlit crate Journal A The Verdict Is pledged- support the nom df flees of the Kansas Jbl ity Conventioi 10 At Evtfrv4ayal DtmocnttQe It I iWCt party and nnd to him vv Jrfo read the VERbIOt J I ltr + r1tflcrIA hougb the regniarrate Is stoe per utimium we Offet von THBVKit iDI J bymailforslx6 1I5CJ Aiftturther inducement we will IVVitS fOfI1cbteJ i 1AGENCYFORTHE I I AMERICAN L Zn It fill Bcst C5cmcr tlc CATTLE HORSES HOGSaio STEEL FIELD FENi ll 1alicontraction IJucltityCrgOWrOI PIGS LftLLETfl 1jJ54AqctsJ l AtU EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS 11 1 CALL AtfDSEEir Cm sham yoajxroi it wilt save you moneynd fence yrEfields so they wilt STAY FENCED V I J J+ We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes 1 which we viII sell theap FR CASH We are SJ2 agents for theXentuckv Drill the best on arht J K +D D UUtJJ i MPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY f 7F 7I Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETY Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +FINE WORK A SPECIALTY orCemeteryof tho M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on liHiul ofbuyersour establishment and this means eatisacftcry work in every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application i YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 1 JH7VES T HK7VCILTON Proprietor A tGIVEN j t AWAY t z DEAR MADAM 5 1 1ZCtr We have on exhibition a few 1 jpieces of handsomely decorated hand S + painted china at our store which tf it customers we intend giving away free to our I 4 We guarantee that our prices one 5 1 goods will remain the same This 1 e specialoffer is made forthe purpose T nof increasing our trade and showing the people that we truly appreciate i 1 their patronage 4This ware is rapidly taking the T F O White Granite or Iron Stone China It has that soft white vlt 5 tvety finish is of the finest quality e4 and without doubt the best in the world The shapes are the very designedc3V jj e tidious It is only by our guaranteeing to l 4 use alarge quantity of thiswarethat pricer I ti p Out assortment consists of Cups and Saucers Pie Plates Breakfast i Plates1DinnerP1atesP1atters Coy ie ered Dishes Cream Pitchers Sugar Bowls Tea Pots and everything f teIsewhichgoestomakeupaFJNE2SET WeearrstIy invite you to call and inspect it when we will cheerfully 1t e f lrtfon c4tk eMHtedELDE I f aTKY pp u J = i 1flPrr 7 1 Printshows tlnoJh z=== I the Richmond Climax m k J O fAUITProprfeiorA D MILLER Baln4 Manager i WEDNESDAY ATJuUSTi 19OQPUN- LNLIMZVEKY WNtlNIWIlAY BV i Tha C1ithx Printing CO jI fIUt laJ t iIflt l DEMCRAT1C TICKET Mil r 1 zz4rtIop KEBIUIXA lINIllllti ANt a p JYR VICE PKElIDKtT 1 N r XbJIAt8KIKVE t Jip W BKCKI1AM Or ron O- IUU1lJO nEO Q GILOEHT- OP SHELBY HR WOODS RESIGNATION Whenever 1 newspaper knows Un truth mitt ftars to publish it its useful IB Is impaired and lie oxlMcnce ren dered unnecessary When an tditor knows tilt truth and fears totoll it heii K coward nnd nhonld Ira dleh rjed Whonorer an duor kbows the truth flltll wants to tfl it becans the public is vUnliy inleiried in If he ought to ri1t vthun he in not nllimwl to tell the truth lie nnilrratHiids itnfid iMwitlinc to le iMiimlbofnr It 1riigt1 nij po Mi ion of itlitorof this paper lor tlrtt rfniuUliilc I4ri Water A Light ontnn tht R gk44r 1 ImiIIInIIIId in ha d fiiiM the I UMAX in for Imo rue flir fdrliiiliiMi inptihlish whiI I knob tI tIiaiIzUil in rtKHiit 10 tint Watei liulii Coiniiany ThIIS while thU r ior nut euuiiiLy IISHHII or KU thr piiMir lenitMl litntinc I nil not Hilniiii to flictatioii fniin It I profef thy selotcf1td ui1 jiiiIepentetct a niXrtloTlur ptifiiiion to which J iive ditvotiid iuy hwirt nnd soul etnti till hour I iwpie l TtfnnrMye rnHKo Whether ii bt MiniHKx pestileiue or nn invnHiiiti nf liuiitiflireakriT or ni i tliioiithul hjooilHiicking corporation tip to lie ell iwa In the city trensurr5 flirurntivfly epnnklii it is tInS duly of a nowi pnpi r Ifllfttt ill to bti worthy ol public ionHtHiirt tt lint out iliiii iineo nnd txposn i 11- 11Ihtrilllut IHPIhlic flfiinf NVhen I fmr in dotliis mi IIIJOWII roiIoiiiIiil iIl will dacervo ih publicti 81- 1lrollIn onll11l1lll1l1l Ixnindl sH ftliAinl let In rtliindci ounce nioiinpiliir nnd tinst8iii oilier Stiiloc nil have nit liiniitli 11 by ineiH IIOIIIK that if unt nf tiiiict ioliiiiins too flagrant i t34t nlllnflrluholromundrr ir diniiiiitiiii nnd with the last issue lillcol 11IltlllillJlho people for all fivoiH f amCJARKXOK E WOODS An 15 WoO Irivnle Citizen V IIIJUrS1OPPTN0F 111 propilelurnf thin paper rrjrelf that Mr C K Wn114 lum KPtpnxl hi 11111 Inll liiir iiI iiiorei8HvIal l 11Is tie teiLt thht Mr Woods hnc fut it bin diy lu jifivi hit irnninn liii iit mi his pint from the flirt il furicK to iifer to IMIIIIH iimller til iliwiri fiiOiit hint liiipht nit well not Inrn referred tn- Tlir pniprirtiir i ever felt It lift ibity to Mipprpiw tin truth in regard to lrniimiii in ubirb tin public WI interentod and il linn IHCII his de Mire to furnish alt of the liuws tbal iiigIit be of in tercet to tho patrons of the pnpor While itj0pn6tor has not been in ttyiiiptt1iw til niililcipnl ownership of lulJIlc Utiletiiu BB Mr Woods Ron orally dopicnntea the Water Workf Ga 4atiti Electric Plants there has never h un any r triclioun of H free and eoinpbtu ndvocaey of tho propriety of Biicli ownenihip on Ids part and the colnuins of thu CLIMAX has been at his disposal since the eppearance of hii first article setting forth hits viewsaloug this line We wore however unable to see wliertin It b ramc the duty of thif jinpnr to RII Ute nidiuc ment fIr till Iticbniond V Iflrt light O tnpnny nud publicly ccciiKe it and it omlrs of violtttiii its iontrart with tho city or Iticbinotid Tim city IIAH a Mntor anil a Roanl of L F1BrberCo1 LKXINOTUN KY AWAY AHEAD I AfAY BEHIND llillhILT Ti B1 AVn cnn j iut yWjttf a liu that rill ciirtnlnly rrMilt in thin inot ealis fHrtory iiMvinccnif of your In tisHst AND IT IS J Visit ouretore duriii the Atiguit isle 1 Wo want to KhOvr yoSthiIiIerlt of this rnrnitnrennd Car tFaI AVi Viuijiihhjw vonejtijt how jicod ii v Oeslriiblp dPlpU8 the low es these oflerfiigs are w wjiit ti ooiiviuee j tin lhat low is fIt buycWi iity jnlo knowthat our price- sWflhttyHt nn bsCil tcly tI1Iflin t to try onr eiipoior set vlcu We want you to get acquaint d with the broad liberal policy that characterizes this businessto reap the benefit of our big purchas ing pdwcrand to become as you undoubtedly will when you know usour regular customer n 1C1F1BrowerCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY 4tly i XIWGT JrtJCYI p l f It I Council nml an attorney all elected by 0 the people and we believe under their v istiisnill do their duty to the peofile t who have entrusted their public affairs to their guardianship t We felt that the courts and not the prees ws the proper tribunal to the tnrndne wlethi i or not the Vater Ujrht Company had violated ita con tract with the city On this point the roprietor and editor were unable to zrep and his otTer to be personally ro potwible for his utterance could not in the least alter our views on the sulJect- Pr change Out determination to ilixcon Inuepersorial assault on the Water Mcbt CoOurexperionce is that if the YWlyijrRrievedjfeels a substantial In hey on account of any publication hey KO after the paper and not the rJa miii ake iiInhiLe Vouldtry to have the nubile believe that he is dominated by he Waler Light Co and that the roprletor is not directing the policy of thin paper Wo wero as firm in our conviction ihat it vras no part of tho papers duty to iceuse this company of a violation of the contract with the city aa Mr Woods was in his conviction that he as editor should week after week ac CURe antI assail it and as neither would yield a separation became inevitable THE blacksmith who heads a bolt is all right but the politician who does It is politically killed Farmers Friend A iKTiTiox hi the Court of Appeals if kiug for thin removal of County Clerk Claude China of Fayette county will w led at Frankfurt this week YRKKKS indited the Republican jlrm indorsing the assassination if William Uoebel says the Ewing In juirur Will you in the dark room with none priwent but you and your God plnce a stamp oi approval upon a murder afoul conpiracy No We diTf MV the demonstration will e Ktiih that no republican leader in Mm Juture will dare insert in the ulatform tuch a cruel plank AIIKTTKK election could not have ipinnwdtt than exGovernor McCreary ur Chairman of the Democratic Cam uaiuii CommiitKe lie in one of the mom lijvelbendeil politicians in the date and thoroughly understands the vnyK utiil intaiiM tu secure votes If any Dfinmrat hid a donbt as to the IIICCPKK ot tire tickets in November before the naming of the committee that dunbt iOta been diMtrllcd br the placing of James 0 McCrenty at its head Oweutoii Herald THE Republican party today dare not defend its policy in the Philippine Islands The Republican party today is responsible for every drop of blood drawn from an American snMier in the Philippine Islands or drawn by an American soldier There never was an occasion for war in the Philippines There never would have lieu war in the Philippine Inlands if the Republican party hind dealt with the Filipinos according to American priiiripltatW J Bryans cpeech at Indianapolis KEK in tie near futnr a crisis np pntachiiij that unnerves me nml canfpn me to tremble for the safety of my niintry As a result of the war cor jioratlons have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will fol low mid the money power of tho country nil endeavor to prolong its relitn by working upon the prejudices of the pee pIe until all wraith is aggregated in a few hands and the Kepublicis destroyed I feel at this moment more anxiety forth safety of the country than ever before even In the midst of the war Lincoln Sit ISG5 TUB Glade Democratic Club held its secondhand most enthusiastic meeting in Berea last Saturday when 86 names were enrolled which makes a total membership of 138 Hon J D Good loe entertained tho club with a rousing speech in which ho clearly unvield Toylorism and restoring law and order and protection against political assassi nation The club will hold its next meeting at Mcnalas school house Sat urday August 25th at 3 oclock p mitt which time Hon Bud Dunn candi date for Assessor pledges 50 now mem here and all the Icewater necessary fur a redhot Democratic rally We would suggest that all the clubs Izi Madison county select some central lioint And havet grand jollification WB heard a few days ago a man in one of Jhe tatoin in town and we know the mans name who in talking with two negroes said that Goebel was served right he ought to have been killed nt the stone time applying a vile epi net to hut murdered loan says the Harden County Democrat On the ither bandit a leligions gathering in Indiana the Rev George E Cooper Memphis Iml said to a Democratic fril1tHt that he hoped h iff hand would lw imralyml if he attempted to vote thin buiiocratlc ticket this fall Thus from tie church to the saloon all along the 1101I hatred proscription and intolerance deIneanorModeration and reason are out of ques tion with such people A SPECIAL from Frankfort to yestcr lays CunrlerJournalsas The statement of exAdjt Gen Col lier regarding his official accounts which appeared In todays Courier Jour tint attracted a good deal of attention hero Tlie Democratic officials do pot understand why Mr COllier has remained silent so long about having in his possession 751 of the states funds and why he did not turn over this money to the Slate when he stir rendered possession of the office to his HuccesBor last May At that time ho failed to indicate or call attention to tho fact that he had in his poesesnion pub lic funds as it was his duty to have lone and paid the money back ititp the State Treasury Col Collier arrived here tonight from Lancaster to make a settlement with the State Inspector Ibis confi dent of showing to the satisfaction of that official where nil the money he lrew out of the State Treasury during lila entire ftdmiatefraticn went end the IlI1r Osesror which they were expend ted Inspector Hiuee ti in Western Kentucky afld will Rot return for sever al days yet The matter will be token up Immediately upon his arrival Irefe WILLIAM f Bnrxxa attention was called to the ststrmeatthiajeitno of the opponents of imperialism hidan nounced they would b opposed to hiai on account ot the lIvltplfulk In tire platform aiid he WM nuked whether this would Nrktiuly sWeet the jwtiiba perWlst vote SevoraritoIdaUndard opponents of Imperialism have alrecdy aHedaneed Decratlc the atllfIpem1iMio thH JtOt fQkl4 r 0 rj Jr 4fldilly In such a matter each indi dual is governed by his own views as b the relative importance of tho iesues The Democratic platform declares he question oi imperialism to be the paramount iesucC Tinny opponent of Imperialism refuses to support the bnmocratic ticket because of the silver plank it must bo because he considers the money question more important than the Philippine question that is ie prefers goldstandard empire to a bimetallic republic When the test conies 1 believe that those who adhere to the doctrine that governments deprive their just powers not rum superior forces but from the consent of the governed will support our ticket even though they do not indorse the silver plank A large majority of the Democrats believe that restoration of bimetallism would prove a blessing but the antiim admitIbimetallism would be corrected more easily than the evils which would follow from the deliberate indorement of militarism and Imperialism HOW TO END IMPERIALISM S The esteemed Tribune remarks that If Mr Bryan will frankly and hon estly say whether or not he would immediately stop fighting in tilt Philip pines and withdraw our troops he may get credit for sincerity in his anti Imperialism At present everybody be lieves hole merely playing politics What the Democratic platform por poses in Mr Bryans own wordsIs An immediate declaration of the na tions purpose to give to the Filipinos first a stable form of government second independence third protection from outside interference If President McKInley had made this proclamation to the Filipinos there would have been no war If Mr Bryan should be elected and should proclaim this as the nations purpose the war would end We could immediately stop fighting if we had no conquest in view The Filipinos did notwant to fight us and would Ie glad to stop We could withdraw onr troops grad Dally as we are doing from Cuba as order is restored in a language of Con cress by the pacification of the inhab itants thereof not by their snbjuga tlouNew York World S EXGOV MCREARY MADE CHAIRMAN OF THE DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN COMMIT TEE OF KENTUCKY Our nelchbor and fellow citizen ex Gov McCreary baa been highly com plimented by being selected to take charge of the political campaign In Kentucky in this the most important election and serious crises in our State He has been taking an active part in huisiiiess antI politics for several months nnd needed rest and after being a dele gate to this National Democratic Con vention from the stnteallargo and attending the Kansas City Convention anti helping to nominate Bryan and Stevenson and alter attending the State Convention where Beckhoui was nominated by acclamation Gov Mc Creary with his wife weut to Atlantic City for a touch needed rest but while he was nbient from Kentucky a uieet ing was held of the State Democratic Central Committee and State Execu tive Commttees and a number of lead Dtinocratsincluding GovBeckham unanimously requested Gov McCreary to be chairman of the State Campaign Committee and manage time campaign in the State both in the Preeid ntal antI Governor races He was written and urged to come homo antI commence time work Ho said to his friends that his private business and his professional duties occupied all of his time bnt he appreciated tho crises that confronts the Democratic party and felt grateful for what the Democrats bad done lor him in the past and believe that every Democrat should do his duty and aid in every honorable way in his power to carry Kentucky for Bryan and Steven son aud Beckham GOT McCreary held a meeting of his committee lost Saturday at Sod backs Hotel in Louisville KYI to prepare for opening tho campaign and or ganizing the party An Executive Committee consisting of Joy McCreary as Chairman Hon G G Coulter lion Sam Shackelford lion B N Blackburn and lion Henry Belle appointed to open headquarters nt Seelbacks Hotel in Louisville where ten rooms have been engaged Hon John Lasting of Boono county was ap poiiited Secretary and Sam Shackel ford was made Treasurer The speaking campaign will open ou the first Monday in September at which tim xa Democratic speech will Veinade lu every county in Kentucky A Detmxjrelifi1 club will be organized in each voting precinct and the most thorough organization in each town in Kentucky will bo made PERSONAL Mrs D M Chenanlt Is quite ill of typhoidfever Mrs George White is visiting relatives in Lexington iMr Robert French bas returned from a visit to Eatill Mr John R Gibson has returned from a visit to Sonicreot Mr Clots Oldham of Mt Sterling WAS In Richmond last week Mr D B Shackelford was at Eslill Spring Saturday and fcuuduy spentJlugMiss Hattie Hicks Is visiting friends at Lexington this vttk Misa BfioIe Jones of Kirkavllle lit visiiiiig jeUtivea in LnncBdte- riliss Sallie Tar lor is the guest of Mrs Teviu Wilkerntiu at Lexington l r H R Gibson left Salurdoy night to visit tilb paieiitb in Viininm MondayfruiziMe Canwell Tribble of Ixutsville is vialting his parelllH at thiM plain iuiio U 1 Armor uitetulud the Klkstairat xingloii MutiUat Mr T C Vaughn and Jut lienton Irvine werein KicliliiuliU Mouuuy Mrs L L Kyle and two little boys tore VIltJUg uhuivtl in Jeattniiitu- lia g Naunio IXiuclas visited last Week MUM Alice Inbifilt of 1aria Mrs Ed ISullard and daughter Miss May are visiting at Ltuiiimla bpruiKS Miss Louise Jarotis ot Colurado Spritijcs is the guo U of MrttEI flume Mrs Harry Stout wasln Iaris last weed thngueet of iMr J W Hockaday Miss Julia Higgins was the guest last week of the UIcWS Mciuberu ot Thin villa MiM Alice Lloyd visits I Mr and Mrs XfiM Wakka at Danville lat Mr JM tth ck lfora ot Davill utSuucUy wkhJiw family at this countyIEyiL pgJa j ItftcQr lil l 5a Felaud are visiting at State Lick Springs Miss Ida Merrill of Winchester is visiting Misses Myrtle and Minnie Ballard Mr and Mrs Owen McKee returned Saturday from a visit to friends at Liv ingston Mrs L P Todd is the guest of Dr and Mrs J T Strode at Lexington this we k 1trlulIl Mrs Win Dangherty have rrtnniml from a visit to relatives in Jyiithhiitt r l Mesarn J A Fiillivmi and D J Dougherty are III New York City on a business trip Mr Tom Chenaulf Jr improving after soverrtl weeks confinement from Wllacll fever Mrs Geo English of Lawrenceburg was the guest at relatives in this oun ty last week Dr W M Gibson and Mr Charles Dudley were at Estill Springs last week recuperatingMr entertained fow of his young friends with a social on Set urday evening Dr and Mrs L H Blanton visited their daughter Mrs E M Dickson nt Paris last week Mies Cora Hinds of Cincinnati was the guest Sunday of Misses Bessie and Margaret Lackey Miss Eleanor Chenanlt returned home last week from a visit to Miss Lillie Cecil at Danville Mr Clay LIly and family of Tuscaloosa Alabama are the guests ol relatives in Irvine Mr and Mrs L n Blanton aro pending several days at Kockbridge Alum Springs Va Mr Geo Simmons left Monday for Crab Orchard Springs where he expects to regain lila voice Master Louis Zaring returned home Saturday from a visit to hiaaister Mrs Birdie Allen at Carlisle daughterEthelvisit to relatives in this city Miss Maggie Adams of Berea has returned home after n plesnnt visit to Miss Ollio Cosby at White Hall Mr Zena Dougfas of the firm of sojournbigDr and Mrs WWBurgin and laughter have for the past two weeks been the guests of relatives at Crab Orchard Misses Sally Lucia and Minnie Bur iam Mr Thompson Burtiam and Miss May Logan left lost Thursday fQr Atlantic City- Attorney General Brown and family of Birmingham Alabama visited Mr and Mrs W IL Letcher Jr several days last week Mr R L Gentry Mr nnd Mrs C D Miller Mr and Mrs P F Adams and Mr D B Gordon spent Sunday in Estill delightfulturned to her home in Winchester Moiidny Mayor Claude Smith returned Saturday from Irvine where he has been overseeing sortie contract work in tin roofing Rev Joseph Anderson attending Southern Baptist Theological Seminary nt Louisville is visiting relatives near Brastileld Miss Emma White of White Hall and Miss Rhoda Gilbert of Speedwell are visiting Misses Ida and Katie Park near Irvine John F Tavlor of Richmond Ky arrived here Thursday on a visit to his hiMer Mrs W F Norris Celeste Texas Coureir recrpientMrs Judge A R Burnatn during her recent visit to Frankfort Among the Richmond people at Es till Sprinira last week were Messrs E T lUirnam Rhodes Shackelford Dr W M Gibson and Dr A Wilkes SmithMr Joe S Gardner of Rico Station was in this city yesterday on lila return from Lexington where ho assisted thin Richmond Military Band in the Elks Fair Parade Misses Abbie Shearer antI Annie Hnguley of Red House and Leanta Stafford of Louisville were guests of Mrs Wilson Prewitt this week Win chester Democrat Miss Elsie Zimmer returned home from Richmond where she had been visiting friends She was accompanied ScbulingsLancaster MissKatherineof the beet Eastern Training Schools will open a kindergarten in the Hobson building on September 3 About 20 children are promised Misyes Ida and Katie Park entertain ed a number of friends at their beauti ful country home near Irvine Saturday evening last iu honor of their visitors MisKeit Rhoda Gilbert of Speedwell and Emma White of Whites Station Mr and Mrp Mat Cohn of Rich mend visited at Mr and Mrs J A Cohens several days lust week Their bright and pretty little daughter Ant o Bennett will remain with her grand daysVoodfordMr and Mrs A D Miller nnd little daughter Elizabeth and Mrs R L Gentry returned Monday from Wise mautown Eslill county where they spent two weeks most deliglmtluliy with Irs Sim Hamilton family Messrs Killis Deatherage Amos McKtnney Tbos Oldham Tbos Martin Younger Norris Clifton Tevls ion McKinney Jeptha Chenanlt Goo enjoyingcounty Mayor Claude Smith of Richmond CountyClerkon businessP M Pope of Richmond was here MondayMrs Mat Hacker visited Richmond last Satnr dR8enator John Bennett has returned to Richmond after an extended visit at the tpriugsJtev D C Lilly and family of Alabama are viaitlug relative at this place Rev Lilly is a LlllyEstjlfCounty Mrs John R Pates who has been sayisleaves next week for a to the Lakes Rev Mr Hubert of Lwrenrehl1r assisting Dr Evans this week in his meeting at the Methodist church in Mortoneville which has been in prog rets for more than a week Tho at tendance hits been very good and the trauma escelleutSfr CD Chen tult of Richmond was at Pinckard iueeday en route to Arizona via New ThompsonolJeltsbit in Richmond Woodford Sun DEATHS Memphisremimihis county died last week in his sevenS yfuurtli yea- rTiioiriaAmehia the infant dangli Icr Ut Mr and Mia Jphti Thorpe tIled tlllJrcularJllaoinfoitlllnleru cemetery PowBLifrAt tho residence of Hobt Ltinter in ClHrk county Thursday last JoInt Powell of throat trouble aged 5 4thlfce3ItthreuMoYcirxANMr Homphreyioyt- lehrn one ot Mailinon known citl seas and an ardent member of tits Catholic Church In this city in hie 3ihi year after a lingering UlnEseof stomach ThursdayAastwife awl one child live Bikewithd one broUvw eedatstes Kellw J T Farrell 1J McCarthy and Mile Kn rifht aM etfcliw city MraJ K JlMfkw Mr jrn Moy f if l J uCBrownliiLSlorhiJfuneralsetvicPawere held on Fridiir at the CathoUo Church t thence his burial in the BlhiiKind Cemotarv The Oiuux extends Bympa thy to the bereaeu fiimilv OAirrKit Tho Bad new sudden death of Otis of our oldest citizens threw our little town Into Inonrnlnjt Sunday morning The firtt thing that mut time peoples earr Illi thy passel the Miller House wlcrc a virowd h n vim assKmhled Sdino preparing to po to Berea to accotntiiinv the remains back to Mt Vernon others wixlpns to know what caused the fad uiiafortune was Jndce Carter in rlat Attliii time i uf his iloatli he was hiBtirea where he hAd gone to deiver touie degrees InI Masonary one the Easter Star degree to some indIes He was iv Mason of high tamliuu nnd throujjlily devoted to time workings nf that IlnlerlIe was often heard to say aftr hi was forced ttr retire from active life on aeeoumntof ill health and old age I have i1ennp- my law and evpry tIming except my Masonry that I will never forsake For fifty years ho hadbeen a member of this order Ho was a strict member of the Baptist church for over 40 years The funeral exercises took place from the Baptist church Monday at 10 no m conducted by the Roy J C Carmical The burial at 12 mH conducted by the order to which ho was so devoted Mt Vernon Signal BIRTHS McCAKTiiv To the wife of Mr Jaa McCarthy on Friday August S 1000 a fine This is another Democratic gain of one City Council Proceedings Tlie council met in regular month Iy session last Thursday evening with Mayor Claude Smith aud Councilmen Freemen Iarrish Stouffer Duncan anti Maupin orient Mr Arnold being absent business of Impor tance was transacted On petition of J D Mitchell forthe school bonnl it was ordered that the city pay the school election officers for services rendered at the last November election A number of claims were presented and read and were referred to the committee on finance It was ordered by a unanimous vote that a remonstrance rend by C E Woods as follows bo referred to the Water Light Committee for investigation To wit That certain gas lights were not lighted on certain nights and that nothing was deducted from tIm bills of Water Light Company as provided in contract also that the sectionof gas contract which pro vides for a reduction of tho prices of gas at the end of any five years during continuance of said contract when tIme materials used in the manufacture of gas are cheapened has been violated On motion ot Councilman Stouffer it was ordered that nil saloon men be compelled to pay llscense promptly each month for lighting the new dock in the courthouse wore opened and read and after careful considera tion Councilman Freeman moved that the contract for lighting the face of the clock for one year be awarded to the Richmond Electric Company Council man Maupin offered an amendment to the above motion askinir thai action in this niattpr be deferred for one month to allow time for investigation which amendment was carried by a vote of beinglastThere being no further business the meeting was adjourned An old bachelor says that a womans tonyue is made out of very xloosa leather New Hampshire Democrats have nominated Dr Frederick E 1oiter for Jove lOr Catarrh Caaact b3 Cured with Local Applications as they can riot teach the teat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional sense and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts direct Iy on time blood aud mucous surface qnackmcJicinobest physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of lie best tonics known combined with tbe best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces Tho perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such won derful results in curing Catarrh Seud for testimonials free F lropsTolcdoOSold Halls Family Pills are tile best 7r IVERDICT I I I55gY DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY EDITED BY ALrRB USURY 11Ii rorjTicAt WRITER AJ IlntrnlER Powerful Cartoons r IPointed Editorials W WITHOUT leAr of con I DICT J the beat thing that that ndlctlonI pened In 60 yeArS of nalism Burlington la cratic The Verdict is pledged to support the nomi Q nees of the Kansas a City Convention JJI tWJ hEvery loyal Denllll rat i1rf lot party and and to hinlrvv Eelf to refill the P f Aa Extraordinary Offer IAlthough the mmlar rate Is VtOQ fIJ A a per annum we otter you THE van 1 ui pzcr bY mall for aix 8 t1 50VlVmonths for p Lvi As a further Inducement we will KIIvvJIil 0 2U2 JHymuUe mm rtot Ttle GReATeST Itr OP THE Ace famtcea Crt tnery Bat OWfy more of It v 4 a great caster with told Sepsretor It doet way vrlth expensIve nwckloerjraad quires no power or futl to ranlt- Se fnrstr xltk to nr reeevs eel rfor4 to lie witfcont eec MMufectcred In three cH Mcc i t MN M pet i 1 a lI IIZS ri id4Hu5 tA is tYoWttMcW Saxrzarii i- 3ae7 f1 t 1iI t ro fIll lifoof an Australian native rarely rceds fifty years B1D T JmLD TlJUrIIl The1ililerslg d wIIfee Se ealed bids to build riirse miles of turnpike from Whit lock Station on the L N B R to the Ken ucky river near mouth of Sliver low until Aueujt I3r 1900 at which time all bids will be opened and contracts let to the oweat and beat bidder The Udders are j lolrtd to bid by the mile and the divisions will atone two and three miles tbe mile dellljuated entbj mall mark augiJir IWOODSONMASIERS GOT A TOOTHACHE Dont attempt to cure it with any of the socaled toothache cures Better let the DENTISTS examine the tooth locato the trouble and remove the caus- eExaminations Made Free All our work is high grade The teeth made in our labratory are perfect iri lip pearance and action and are very duru We No charge for extracting when teeth are made here If your teeth are badly filled and ache see BK IIOBSONiJenlist Kfcldnonfl Ky OAlce next door to Government Bldg in Hobson Bldg EichmonS Ky Of fice open all night +SOUTHERN JUUUfflY IN KENTUCKY I Condonei 3oht4li la Effect Hi 10 1800 AITBOUXIX No L Kfi Nai Lv Ar 5pmShelbjTllle 46pmVersaillesIo Lexington KXiSam TlSptn tasopm K3TEOUNU No II No t Na 4 Lv Lexington TJOam 43pm lSatn- Vcnallleilor 75Sam SUCpm 683am lor Larencebg8rn 5Sopm 3am- ShelbyvllloM 910am tl5pm 30am- Loulirillelor ia 74Opm 7JOam EASTBOUND WESTDOUKD 111 BTATiojn N t1 amLv LooUrUAr 0am No13INo JT LorncbrsArl tIN lOazn Ar UunrlnLTl tOam IASTBOCKIX VrESTBODNDi No UHNOI7I RATIOIU littN4tX- pzn t743am LT Lonlril Aria0oml 740pm Upm ILJO1m Lv SbeTh1l All aloami Gl5prs repmtOpm74Opm ItSOam Ar Georgtn I TI 700ml 310pm WZSTTJOUDfio745am oopm Lv I oalxTil Mam iWpm Lv Vernlles ILIUam 733pm Ar NlchlTlH LJlMpmllJSpm iSUpm Ar Klchmnd l Bpm lAr mine STATIONS NO L No Lv Ixralsrllle 745am m Ar Lexlnzton s liaOamliaiOcm Ar Knoxvllle 700pm 745om- Ar Anncvlllo VIOam LlOpm Ar SaratiuahM5araA-rJafksonvlllo DSam LV taiattanoogn IIl1pm lS5am Ar Atlanta ia pmllKara ISpraArLv Chattanooga MOpml ft43am Ar Itlnnlncnam iaocprall am S07mArNo 3 through sleeping car Ixxilivlllo to Dir mlDRhnm via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation caalrcar LoulsvlIIa to Lczlocton Na 6 free observation chair ear Lexington to Louisville No jilccplnsear Dlrmtnzham to Louisville via LrlDRton All trains between Loulsrlllo Lexington an4 Durgin Clally- Det1leen VersaIlles and Georgetown Nos II and ISdally Noe SThnd dallyexcept Sunday Detwoca Versa ues Nlebolavllle Rich mond and Irvine dally rzcept Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally rsOAKKOa vroM j M CusvTM Washington D Washington IXQ WATuRItGPA WxlLTATLOBAoPA- Waahlwton D 0 Loulavllle ls 1t f lo4Jo PMi OUR lOSS 118 YOUR QAJ N I The loss we speak of is the loss of all pofitstonour stock of Ladies Misses Mens Boyts llnd ren andt Mens and Boys Ciotiiing Our fall goods will soon coming in We dont propose to carry theselines hereafter t We1 heed the room and the Cash If you can use the goods you will never find a better opportunity to save money in p buying them They go at COST Many of them below cost 300 values in Ladies SHoes go for 199 A light stylish serviceable B and strictly uptodate shoe at less than manufacturers cost is what we show you in that Ines200 values go at J25 You will pay f200 or 225 for this line of shoes eIsewhere 99c buys our regular 150 line of medium and heavy Ladies shoes Bargains every one of themt J 1 = IDll33i3 ill l Thin lite no rt ftto sui h mm lm Our Ladies and Children SIppersare correct irr style and unsurpassed in quality They go at 49c 75c 89c 99c 119 and25a II You will surely be pleasedwith lhtmjJJ c 499 for Mens regular 750 Suits in Worsteds and Cassimeres They are correctly cut properly made and build to wear Other Suits as low as 5225 Willclose out our Boys Shoes 5175 1n50 and 5125 values at 5J 00 Your choice of the lot at lot price Wit could tell you of more bargains if we had more space The same low plices in our Dry Goods department as before YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THIS WEEKS BARGAIN SALES Cor Main SFirstSt Eftcutors Sale I As Executor under the will of the late Miss Amandeville Boggs I will on Saturday Sept 11900 at 10 a m offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder ormerlYjown the following described property viz H I1tchenOUlt rrmIDg Im l m n si Fine Brood Mare Stock Hogs CorntBaconstacks 12 acres growing corn in field 150 cords wood J5000 feet fencing plank and lumber 300 fencing posts At the same time I willsell the land consisting of 210 14 acres well improvedand adjoining the landof G B T C Bronston Jno Mason J B Cornelison others It will be sold in two parcels and then as a whole and largest bid acceptedTerms on day of sal- eWLCRUTCHER augB4w Executor w wSEE OURv Y Rionde t Champion c d dwha Drills- DiscPlows A and tT lbtirliWotgoflSar4 dh BEFORE YOU BUY ThcPateFene Woven 4Fe Wire Fence made 4 Ja IJJI DOUGLAS SIMMONS TiflhlEQl I r OWEN MCKEE t dIu r f OAAE UGGIE PHAON In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material fl fi f f carrIagebuggy KentucKY Qrriagc WorKs1 JOHN DONELSON Proprievc IT IS 1NUHTH WHILEI To inspect our stock totake time z ourJ Qr all grades is noW complete and the low prices as well as the articles are sure to give satisfaction 4 dd13dsteatds0Itifl Beds handson braSS tlimflled beSt oCWorkmanshil Couches tufety lholstered in veloul iap s try thd leather RlCkers a home corufoit iii bUgClitkty p CIiffoniers1 Odd Dressers and Stanils Etiisjo Tables Sideboards Iiniingj0jt1 i Chairs Baby Carritiges flild GoCaits RJlight Strong and durable tml maIl otlici bargains LoI flumeiOus- mentionJ 1 garpeti ======== ======F- xANII MATTIN- 6SAtCotfc ==U ahJfiIIIIYMrruG r o ift JOPLINIkri h H c I L F t E1 tr IEw ii 1Atr 4 IiZ l z- v I II1 r 1 1 i jr1 tVb The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1900 n uip1yECU yonr Wati r iiitluim by the thousands ndorn the st tcls of our city FriIJykilledbSnnIat J I1ntJ1rifHIEVANS J augiBtr OOQIleI1nint aim toJfiHiim product wur mill flour an l meal at ILt I nxorri gnnrery on Second ilriTt aujjltf Arts you g iii lOs alloml the Berea everhlhtLexftigtonMtidaymare and gelding Geo A Ballard of al1ftceton1 bought u small bunch of hogs from E W linker at 41 cents per pound Win OConnor was tried before Judge Million yesterday on a charge of lunacy and to the The school per this 245 per heal on 11111iste1children twentylive cents less than Inst year Hilly HOJIKS owned by John B Oienault half brother to Joe Watts won the 225pzice at the Winchester Elks FairSMr J U Knulus and family have removed from Fifth street to the Pickles bJJlNatural iiroductwliile nut as white as patent flour is much bettor for huaith For sate at U A Jxer1onSecond street nugltf We call the attention of our readers toOwuii Ide aIr on second page It is a beamy and full of good thiugsou- close prices Richmond suffered from an ice famine last weok From every side 13youWhenever IIU a eross cednegro you tdllRIIeross your fingers to save ill luck thitt suinly follows so says a gentleman f this CityA leDrtrifd before Judge Million Friday mind adjiilged ti Iflf unsound tulnd lie a4yIumnSttU lbv Nuwlnii Taylor llganjzedd 6iiriif sihool lit hiiirt iMonday nigtit hie public is II- IjlllllI attend tlnM niitHlliig which hcgui pnniiptly nt 7 oluekulWill IlybehaM resigned hid iwsition wild tint llu y Iwo ritiro of Jldham JSrus and will lnav for his home at lliiiiuioncl in a few days where he will attend college Will U an excellent young man and iniiilo a host of friends here We wih iiiina proepor oils 1itureMt Sterlinj Bliss letilia Craig Jroxve will take a limited nniiiber of music pupils be ginning Sspiemlmr lilih Slit Ii well prupiirtd niul eXHirienced She htttttettat tlitx UiiKiiinati Conservatory niul Ia4 heeu a pupil nf Miss Iturlxmr fieniM nhe WM a pipd nf losclfy blmtSit will be conveniently located near Malt street jlhJyiin All the liars are not out West The iMoluit News says an artint iu lint city paiiled n dogso iimiiral that the aol in il timid liyilrnphihii during the hot weather lleVthuHaiiieHavrt Lou Press whit painlediicouy ita deer bultje with Btuh skill that tiiii c irk fljw out h WHS finishing il and alter he wot inarrleil lie paititnd picture of his first balmy lifHlikn that it cried mill liif wile i1iltkutl it before shediscnvered her in intake seTripNat Ileis with hiscompativ entitled Trip to Tramp Town will be at tin Win Husim Opera House Saturday night Residence Burned ti W lliatiiliisr living on the farm of ir 1liil lloheiis iiiwr Uuthton lost his ruII lIce mid its contents b fire JbeenBrakeman lilCitIcd IltrtkHllltIlfrom a car Saturday iiar Torrint anti ill rut to imtivs Tito Iiimins ii etc taken to his linnii at Irvine fur burial Colored Piir The Colonel Fair wll ho hold next week Ansii 23 21 ahd 15 Their list of dHitliy tro l Ihii if tInt first emttrtImitt ever held it Madison county and wo prwlict for tli m agrand mine ceM 11CuttingIh lsiitFrdtv iiitftt abijt8ocliKk ou Irviite street Dive Itiillard cvldied tltutuwliiin Ureen was iiifiiiiy but not nenoiuly cut Unllard was placed ill Ia ll A Vault For HIchmsniJ Cmelary ConlrtfctforiniblloivnaltJln this city was awardcd isaurKiny llY time lizard of juATheir att5oiiKiiShrei them a firtt class Jiiece of workaHeld Oycr to Grand Jury Dava Uallard Colored charised with malicious cutting wiw given a trial in police court Satnrilny tutu hell over to tin grandjury iii the su n of 20 Mr Hiiues Green his victim was only slightly wotindil W 01 Oardcd- Klliston Mills will cart jiur wool in to rolls OnNiccouiit ol the limiteda amount carded the tanls mire not run every day hut persons desiiing their wool carded can send it III and spit rout at some stiecitied lime in titans july4tf ISiitiiSTON MILL Co For Sale PrivatelygI will dispose of my property vately lying in the forks ufItlchliloud- alill the Copper Creek pikes in Uarrard county Fur In rthor iiifjrmiitifli crtjl oil A Hor JaM Si lelmnytlOittl Loavel or the utulersistttetl nt Uiehmond W K DENNY- ISjne Jin A FAIR OFFER I ttilLfilljany order fur you at the jiwelryhnecity Selected from anyhodyV cata logue lint you may have thereby sav lug you eXIIIj of or4h ring tteiiecttnttvjsn3lyr P ATtMEU Louisville Atlantic R K Special Service During the months of July and Aucuwt a Saturday night anil rarlf Miitday morning train will bo run to uud mom Irviho enabling heads of iiiummnersill one day nt tho Sprtugrf and roach home Monday in thtiu for bDftiiiHKR M lJnpwlX G PM18jnlyOv Ctpt Stun Itoooe the Pioneer who is in Dativjlln on visitJe sonic what a crunk alHint wAt tkM hIichlyllelilt tie of Seven Pines whera lee and McCIolltm fought and lost 15090 IJM killed Tnti cane fs a white hickryHthe roots ci which In time w Captafn were bathed In tbe Nt b idl of the jrawatcpaatry jn vqttyretuckyA4vetoS foo i f We are authorized to announce REV OWEN J YOUNG ISpartyq pr DemOCNtlc il iv hei fbSterJi fWlitpreaetiattbe iresbyIerjap nexl Sunday morning Caldwell High School Caldwell High School commences arerequested Nonrtsideuit theItoarfiII sH Brock Superintendent Richmond Elks at Lexington nnmberLexingtonon ImmenseBlueGrassrIolmyotherMadisons Good Thing Joe Walts owned by Jno B Chen damIaryTuesdayofBilly Bogs pacer owned by same is lldamto Judge Uedwine by Kmpuror Wilkes CoUookerReduced Rates Via LH Augusttolks Fair retnrnto IUhIto Parkes Hill and return Sundays tra1nleiJlgSamJoneSlUndncLs Attention Veteransd tlay1lodlsonCounlyourt House in the Grand Jury room to toattetutiJiMTPoyntz Maj1rUeuerl1lLAsbt Agt General This Filler is a Wonder familIelelhhiinnking water and a good cistern flltei t thanlruJtfilter now mi exhibition at McCann lciherigos store The CLIMAX htS Fl lcuJllcerfifsc rc Itrientific8UI1TW The Georgetown Trial CalebIunto Kiankfort Monday morning to in spcrt the scene of assassination ar itnieiits of the alturue8 h an te crrtI5it frimitriKIIII il E Youtsey witi bo called- nda a special venire from which lect n jury has been ordureil togr ntii hits attorneys say they are ready for lulal School House Burned sc tihoolCreek pike llitouL six miles from Itich thetiruT sasidomteoew house can be erected which is now under construction Miss Annie tb BetiineInstitute held at this placeapRichmonds frlde shippedlast xldto hear from her on Thursday when she will start at the Lexington Elks i inboscb 4 pieinut5111ot 227 Ho wll endeavor before biviiiimself to be OIIH nf the greatest sires has ever graced fair Kentuckys toil Lexington Clks Sucdre snystbatmed suit iu the circuit court against the Lexington loduf Elks for llilcbellalleJesintheJ21ksFatrliorse Show and Carol nl August 9 ISW and while upon the amphitheater that he was arrested wrongfully willfully and without cause taken into custody aud after rude and violent handling IIS LQnl ned in a small tent or guard house and ttpoKeu to anti- treated an olfensTve acid insulting manner and otherwise loiud ignities and Jiumillation Picnic at Malbrey nlJorey8prIuJs l 11imitits height some miscreants ransacked the buggies and when the hour for lunch was announced you could hear t hem crying Who stole my lunch who got my hatlwell well they ot my Jtriroh it was empty and the inerrinient was somewhat lost for Mootbteatidro TimbillOne Fare to Louisville via Sitdhtrn Rail waySAugust 15 and 10 the Southern nan wtv will sell round trip tickets to Louisville null return front all stations in Kentucky at one fare lor thp round- trip good to return until August 20 Also on August 24 and 25 one faro round trip to Louisville via Southern Railway tickets cood to return until August 27 Southern Railway is the only line having three dully trains be tween mind Louisville For intornialiiTii apply to nearest agent Southern Jtailway or Qneeii Crescent Bouto or Hd dress W H TAVIXJK- Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky R 4tic d Ratss via L ScIOne dollar to Lexington hud return A siignatuntil the 20th on account Quo fare for round trip to Louisville loth and lath limited to the 20th also ouS4th sntrsffthninnipinb the 27th on account Colored Falrj fHJ45 to Niagara and return good going on jraqruitig talns ofJOtli limited 12 alOJuChc gVana rotura 25 te 27 ItUitel to 3iCt on account of G + EnciuniMUent Tickets can b e teftcl dI1RtIlSepIelBber 30th Ow taft to Detroit and retsr1ANI 9Gth alHt ch1limited I K 4ij eOUI vJ f O- sct if flr J TWMf LM4M MeiL foryoringltefruitNffiIriUon8eplember 7 Time une awaltleda hand Repreeouuimttivtfrom title of piece tok rendered toClaM W Jell ichabtsville Ky Thin I1tertallicdtphl RatK tt Lexlales iBTB 9VvWa air Mtf CaralvatAq4 JtW Louisyule jnIoane lortha round Wf TENTH OONGUESfllAKA T DISTRICT RElUDIlCA C0NYUTION I VINYAiTusr 23 Lotmiyuleete to1 tfIaejKfS limited to tilt 25th rUItbe1roaoi1ltrlpO M KBUWKINP p P K Valley View taplist Church 1tev 11 Kyle pl tbi8 Place and J juisicloseditl5addItjorl8 apUstchurcbproliably View Baptist Church with 31 members Friday nicht there was one more making a total of 82 members with more to follow The people are enthusiastic and will short r1MecllOleetIontaklng hold of this new move for A church Rev Willis did excellent preaching and to the satisfaction of all who heard him Mixed Weather Prof Ana K Martin the weather prophet of the blue Grays has already winterHereThere wilt be nineteen snows for this winter the first tailing on November dayslherowill be 2 inches thick and in the other4 inches thick There will be two bfc lamFebruaryof winter for the tHan but tough on the coal man Several days in Jan nary tIme thermometer will be up to 70 or 60 degrees The first frost will fall eptomber 20 There will be a heavy snow Christmas week Special Train Senlce Account el Ladles Day at Elks Fair Thursday August 16 OfliOnthehesapeakearranged to hold tIm Mt terling train umber 27 at Winchester until 709 a thKentuckyuiond fillLexloltonlor Mu Sterling Richmond and inter whooJellireectrlc light A roagnifleient pro arnmno will be presented duriiiK the thebanuerHound trip tickets will bo sold at w rates and nil be good on all rogu trains GEO W UAKNKY simSdaDiedMr Lawrence It Kelly aged 21 years- verv well known in Lexington and whose homo is in KershanS Cpassed away last week at his home after au ilhiebs of three weeks of typhoid fever Ur Kelly was a student Lexington B PThebe passed upon him is the winning ofIhe hove and affection of one of LexlnJ tons most beautiful and noble girls IJ monthsiorheartbreakingto his friends was loved and respected by every e who met him two visits to our city One lovely sister of 18 years and hula beautiful betrothed Miss Ida ilai Park of this city sur vive him The sad news of his death reached here early yesterday morning by a tele am to his bridetobe His ninny ends mourn his loss and extend theft eLest sympathy to his two loved ones is said lila das were shortened from ief that ho could not see the face ol as his washuatmdsomnassho Kelly was a nephew of Dr J W Soil illJltof this city and the only son of a wellknown hanker of South Care ns He was with the Health Bank g and Mercantile Company of Ker shan S C Lexington Herald Mr Kelleys many friends and rela lives of this county will receive with d regret his death thLargeSome boys while out hunting on rush in Kockcastle county re ntly noticed some cedar poles which peared to be sticking into the side of a uiounialn Curiosity led them toun pticedcave light were secured and the cave ptroinfonnd which was handed toa represen taiireof the CLIMAX There is nothi pverypei hut our representative thoughtad would of its apparent age The pipe must have een made from fifty to seventyfive longerMrs lives and has lived for the past fifty years within a hundred the cave says it never known to be u cave until cently discovered by the boys and fhe lied been reared near present residence and had never heard of a c t prhattyfivo or eighty a she bad iWilsonAbneysaldt SeBrnshCrcektherobelng one In nearly ravine t running into the creek but this one Iti said to be more cxtensiverand icrhave many more Ohjectsof Interest in it than any yet explored in thatregitmutr JJTheflrstisou County Teachers will take place at Doylesville AngustSo lpOO Follow is the 900 a mMulieDoytesvll1echolr Invocation Rev S Peehler Welcome Address Mr J em Parker iLIiariWhat else besides the text book s LehouldwhyMrs M H Berry Miss Curtis y lcKlnnev MusicSThe relation of psychology to suty ces fnl J A Stephens s of iiarbourville Ky Can a school a success without hearty cooperation of parents Misses R bet a Harris b rig1ltRNoon Recess 130 mMusicDoylesville choir DrclmatlonMI18 Madge Wilson Doc education one a better farmer or a bettor mechanic Why Poyton CaIn J L ConJb T n Ed wattle Janice Wilson v Kclation of church to our school Itevs JJl Howes S Peobler t Music 330 imBenedictlonbeservedOntlme grounds Everybody invited It iBearnestly re d l that every patron vkini y be present Time bovo programme wilt be iater lerscd With declanitrtionerocitations DUih from iDpyleeville Union City and Cane SpringS t REilOJOJJSj Revi It A Thompson of Mt Star bl4ahmcaeterGreat preparation are being made bythfl people of Bowifu eeAiIW coming State ndaySthOoI Cosmreuc toM Which m aa l ctht1jiU4 isUissIrivaJ deS4e4 N ej JtIf jitS55- 0 5I j ISPECIAl SALE I JsHoEsIiI 8tJPAIR OF SHOESWILL SAVE BIG MONEY U o B THEY BUY OF USt z t i5 Come and see and get Prices we want to 3 OURuSUMMERs c LINE OF SHOES e- S fCovingtonIVIitcheilJ 0 OSTEOPATHY R H BUCWASTER D 0 Graduated Under AT Slill Founder ot Os teopathy Kirktville Mo Henderson House Office Hours 830 a m to 6 p m Mondays Wednes days and Fridays Health and disease are physical con ditions upon which pleasure and pain success and failure depend Upoif the pe torityis increased every joy enhanced Life Incomplete without the enjoyment of healthy organs and faculties for these itive rise to the delightful sensations of existence Health isessential to time accomplishIm ment of every purpose while sickness thwatts the best intentions and loftiest aims Our best judgment requires that weIt bmigersngs to out minds the importance of up lmonob or maytainThe object of those engaged iu the tie sIselttlIe preserve sod prolong life The suc ten tiUetieu itmloydare known and read by all men Osteopnthists have proven that hy certain manipulations peculiar to osteopathic practice certain physiological ifo pri sintem to cure or alleviate the conditions that threaten to destroy life or to inter fe imes ltsThe genuine Osteopath goes to the sci to seekingfindat tn symptomsjdiscovery nf causes or at least treating tl tiBythe nervous and vascular supply to the lo imdment iu connection with these forcesS that supply this part a basis Is th nl tipnhntionthmisAs to the results obtained by OstPo youbroujth CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Having suffered for several years with and received no per areut relief from powders and pius as praliliQllertr Clot1atment in November 1891 and Am delighted with the result obtained us one months treatment affected a com ete cure in my case I cheerfully commend Osteopathic treatment as frosewell JOHN L AMSDEN President John L Ainsden Co Bank rsailesyMay 25 1900t PARALYZED FOR 22 YEARS May 24 1000 at imtimedCII1JlteJrofcSllgradnallygrew weaker and ultimate was completely paralyzed and has en entirely useless for twentytwo ars Hearing of the cures made by Dr Buckmastor the Ol too patli 1 went to him for treatment Isptember 1899 After a Jew treat dtlilththtremains of the dead anti shrunken muscles of time arm and hand Au1- iowafJer a few mouths of O l eopathic eatuteut I have comparatively food e of the once useless member Iake tide statement for the benefit of ose who may be ufllicted Tn thetsniiit way and heartily recommend Dr Bucktnaster aud Osteopathy to suffering humanity ALFONSO BOARD ro Whom It May Concern It gives me great pleasure to acknowl edge my indebtedness tu the Osteo Jathlc treatment of Dr RM Uucknias Iousfor a number ufvesnt I had consulted the best physicians in this State and In Illinois and in Tennessee and I also one month in one id the best known hospitals of Philadelphia re ceiving treatment while there and alter wards fromau M p of national cele nity 1 do not w fto withhold due credit for the measure of relief reechoed from these various physicians but I conscientiously believe I have expe rienced uiOst tangible benefit fron the Osteopathlu treatment and judging from tuy present etnte ol health t have reason to thiuk that lr Bnckmaster hns effected a ltera Hent cure of my caw IRVINK HAIG Versailles Ky June 13 1000 APPENDICITIS Isiagoosedt had aaffered grelv and fur the re lief of which slioatd it recur a aurgi al cportloa hAIl bsa suggested 1 coliclHlfd Utat if tIme trouble returned ghatuumln a dangerous cotxlition I ac cnrditigir 5aa tie 17th day of January rbidtronQe ratiirMdi EMA Fi Bii y Ofee pwaltoir mnjr mrt make a sum ahMrwhIL IskihidMr SSitIYlJtII 0 Blue Grass Seed That Will Come Up IhotsnrtIlJshelshundred 200 mind sixty acres of laud liiersonOASSIUS M City 5191900NTitimescximmgtomm Citizen will publish CKAY mav23tf Teachers Institute heatInlargely attended Time open session ou inlerCltillJrtained bv the following programf DykesDeclamation Ucrfvcnereciatnatton UvtimgatomiecIainat1oa MillerDeclamallonThe leading feature of the eveningw quiteimuitmbor Letmaalimior Institutelhaco in which the last two to sit down NewhvHlldw hilt after all others had sat down but WOIIthowas nut present and Miss Palmer was victor The Rtht Man On Right Road With Riqhl Thing e Creekighttuated one of the best farms in Madi fl county owned and managed by one of the best farmers in Kentucky and on that farm is kept one the best col lJytheirshighbroththiiionri handsumedaughlermond dam Jennie Lynn by Stone DenllYsDrennonMiss Richmond stands second to no ofigimciaass from 300 up to 2250 lien first c li slallIoultIelllDoutlKv81II1 d thIrtyayst Inimelucky and Missouri for under the doftatodyearoltlfwlnlo the fingers of one hand would count the he ever lowered his to lilly living horse in the show itmg bylackmanyoolliroellnlter horse thau hit fatuous brother 300 suckilligaccident which caused him to be cas inimew prumniummitmtmer Her third colt Curtis Squirrel by 16hanlsli wimichilapresentowimorgave t of tilts county OOorhlm in his tokntraJit thriving business for his new owner n studHerw forhiton offered S3 the day it was foaled This grand young colt never lived to niakii but one show and win that was found dead in time paddock a four days later 88yearold110waid who made her debut in the show ring this season making four shows so- arf winning three blues and one s lytaixtii colt Rex Arbuckle by Rex McDonald n 2yearold lacy stallion and a ribbon winner ever show this season byHIher owner to be the best one of Miss Kichmouds entire produce Jbereforesclrtho that Miss Richmond queen chighlassAdorning the collection of brood wares Is the handsome 7yearold Klack Squirrel mart Clyde T out of a Ptttvine mare and standing by her side is a bay horse LIlt rightly named Thti Corker by Lynn Boyil who was n premium act lair here tItus year and who with his clam was aim outtubumtihtmu winner over a field of 11 entries for thtrbiwt niare and colt nt the Richmond fair this year IIIW6 forbids time mentioning of others more than to sy that in the col lection are two full sisters to Miss Rich niontl which are nsttI only as brood InteriM and with time crowthat has been see ted for them anti with cintlnue to belpretlict fur them a future only quailed his famous sister llns- Richmond Ktifore closing I wish to say that this aflefclO8Iton jAVilliani both are firm belnjvers In the fNatlofMl Saddle Horse IJreeders Association in whose volumna can lie the Maine color sox anti breed cqpnoctlOI1MGoonMr Arbwckle with the nod won yonr foundation is finn the blood timrnugiitimecawle OfIOf ble your county points with prids toye rHobl eirortsshower8 of Mtecsss with wash away JhepnCortI1l tfoftipflnfat Breeding establish meMta am W DM vatiltsof the future lite QcII J T4 14 1SSs tjJ i v u I jJ rPrintShDwsthCo h I STilE WEEKLY SALES AT I THEm7lffi Are crgwding the stores daily witheager buyers anxious to take- ALL THE ENTIRE STbCK OF SHOES All tinue to be sold at prices named on them dU1 these weekly The For This Week out stock sateSMany of the choicest things in Dress Goods are still to be had in the dress gqods stock and former prices will be entirely lost sight of in this great slaughter of prices to dose them Priae on Cotton This Sale 7cGood Bleach Cotton 4c worth Gic Masonvi le Bleach Cotton The worth lOc SS and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them prices will be made on our Clothing Stock 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 MT STERLING AND Constipation Headache biliousness heartburn Indi gestion and nil liver tile are cured by Hood s Pillg Sold by nIl druggists 25 cento growslonolierBids will be received bra remedy that is IcpdnForaUK 8 lin With time exception of trouble tho more time average man has the more ho truuts Why Dont You Eat1 No apnetltoV von say Slomnch feels bath Well take Dr CaldwiillH S rllCtJlllin and you can eat anything S lbti cogS 1ii hue man who marries for eitbor beauty tmuient or wealth makes a sobrious blunder No ipjia knows the unbearable torture the peculiar ftiulHgonizluK pnjncansed hy they have sutferell from them Many believe IncuraWe is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible euro Prim SOcts In bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas all I1tl Time gem cannot be polished without friction nor a man perfected wit trials Take Heed Will Surely Speed Resure to heed the first symptoms of llltilC estlon nervousness and impure and llnjs avoid chronic dvBep alHnervou4 and all tho evils piodnced by bad blood Hoods iiir slIrrilll is yonrsufe juatil It quickly IIIS time Htomach rightJitrengtlieiiB and qnleta the mmerVuit pnrinV8enriches jintl vitnlizoa the blood and keeps up time health tone All liver ills are cured by Hoodal Pills 25 cents A vacant inind in tonll Restioim as tho hollow nlounrRiRlre Are you Tiinnin fur nlThiu thillfea Ko yon ihuirit tho drug store for a bottle of Drr Culd woUri Syrup Popsiu to cure this Indigestion augS 1m r Time maR imati two advammttee over lusricb neighbor lin can vyar trijullIQtIWfcat PM te Say Do not say I cant eaU flikuI Howls Sarsap rtll and say I hniigry all thetiBW aud fuel Hver hurts tapSNever say 10 yOlK friends that YOU NijlbtIftlieytilll yoti1Uods Sw parillacnre that- LltetfeeIljlD- lfJlol1i P7my face is full of liliii tile I You arc quite likely to brtold 5tiY5W0flfor Hoed Sr p tUMcure It k iapcqmir aiHl imaeetpaarjf M Ay4i iMpkh i r ar WH 105S Jr hU 11 fl SI1IU5 will i S id rood HI = 55- r r rwf11II BUSY BEE CASH STORE I beingSlaughtered pricesMany rtainsTsalesSSpecials hasjustthelargest During WillSBe as Follows GAcTrion44 7icLondsdale thiscotton CamletSpecial during SWI D OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND GEORGETOWN This uutmmsaii8iUuittsS Ilcrblns is well adapted to the cure of levers of all kinds lieomso it timor oughly chtuiirtiS time stomach and bowels of all hiiiniis humors mid exItlhIt nil impure fecretions of the body Price 50cts Perry Thomas auglltu The saVago worships a lemlged civ ilizod man worship a demijohn NONEMIIKR 0 1809 1KiSiN SYUUP Co near Strs1 feel it myTlnty to write to you mill let you know how mach trood your medicine has done for uto rwctmtvtlmree years ago I was taken with some kind of stomach trouble and d I Theyidago neuralgia set in on me and I got so poor and weak that I could hardly walk couldnt work any My hue hand received a book through the mall advertising your and lie sent our little boy to the drug store to get one of your tencent bottles I be KIln to use ft It is strange to say butts the truth the second dose I took iravo me loUt of relief I kept on using it till I Used it nearly one year ami ow I aiti nearly as strong na I used toe and cnn do any kind of work I recommend it to all for it seems to met would sure anybody I have gotten SyrupPepsInthemo much good bless Dr Caldwoll and life inedicino for Icing me so rcspoctMus SSoldA mlu who sneers at a woman ought never betrtmstedcIfyoniwish to cure scrofula or salt rheum pernnnHiiily take Hoods Stir saparilla It expelsall impurities from tlio blooI It It has jieon truly said that more men fall in lore than in war Ballards snovr IitJlment iii yes instant relief Ii cases of bleeding hums bruise si ltl8 cats etc Price 25 SOds Pjirry Thoma1 angllm j Dont Uo ashamed to wear your old clothes ntll you are able to pay for new oiicii 350 A DAY GUARANTEED ONE Agent Uily or Gentleman in each county Jo open branch office and cut lahllHh sub agents to eell out high grade Laundryi ammdTollet Soaps write Mil ten Soap Co GI2 W Adams street ChicagojIH augllyr 2m The ttppnlntion of Cincinnjiti has been mblepubllc It Is lluOO an- lncreacOf 23091 in tenyearsS A freoijuid easr expectoration is produced 1I tow closes of Honey f in all eases of Hoarse ness sotp throat or difllcnltf ofbreath ing Prjace 23 lUlU 50 cents Perry Thomas j angllm flogerValcott of Massachusetts has to Buwcod W F Draper jasAmJBsador to Italy j Diirin1 t the civil I1rMweH M IB our late war Spain disrrlioe was one of tho frost troublcsQci a5e8Jhearmy lmtt to contend With IumHv isiau eIVbceme hrooiclnd tbe oW soldiers jitill matter flmit Mr David Taylor Wind Ridge Greene Co ta k qnaof the e He UM Ciwwi be9iR t3Oikiulei1L iut4svhoe- MenI aed saym he neyse fusnt5tytt- llar ti kwoulif guy bLue 5b lok I 5 fIifMLab 1fdc ffj 0 y v r LXWtITQNVET1TI + Pays You 300r Every 2p Dollar Invested JlJlJl Branch office front room over Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGRv yy71 7I I 711 7 Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema Inclt1entandkin ItIsnippleshappedand chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and Torniifnga They are not food but puthorse25 a Tents per package No state except Rhode Island and Mississippi requires more than one years for citizens In Min nesota only four months is required BLOOD rOISOtf CURED BY J 2 S Bottlo Free i Suffers Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patIent medicine treatment quickly yield to BBB iJotammie Blood tJ Im thoroughly tested for 20 years Have yon mucuona patches in the month eoreeBnneulawls Stiff Copper colored Chaacres on the body hlairand eyebrows fall out Is the a taasa of boils pimples and ulcers Then this iiBB specific will completely disuse thu whole botlyiato a condition free from eruptions cud irfIn iuootli with the glow perfect liwvltliv IiBB drala tho poison out ot tbia Dystem BO tl t inptoBB e nnot retiKh At abe easm r halo builds npithe broUn ctowi IrnpuveSthedi1eeMionSo Ito will lie giveR away Jree of charge perlargetreatment 5 Coeiplet dir ctk na with seek bottle Fof trial hoWe ad tUS BLOQ BALK 4 X4dh1 Meet ALhna Ga Dieijbs inb-4ri 3si mswi ad is giv lined Blotches and excresences which sir etrortsnature of proper performance ofrlipr dutiesHerbine will aid and natureiiiitem work and etmeare a skin clsuranU fromfljmiierfectjons rhomseaugl1 in cotifirmstheto time Democratic campaign fund thegeneralImalmItationdestroyseveryworm irieo25ctsWhen a man ia a little mellow ho imagines he is ripe for anything A Xtkrr T1k SheSavI1er Lit tloimukter elghitlhmlltjigiiandwith medicltieeCet enmities iuiyJIt tle daughter baql the dysentery in its cmithidieanygoodour paner batlfkmsSanulhighly a battiest of time vcjsiCl in make t- ES5 invite yot- h WC wi- We The soothing of Chsincrkmni rl4s wt4h the b7ry ar iT r r or it r ku i Our Goods It AJND+ + Our prices J 1 Compql ltJOUutJ s i1hen you lrV1t1S t f W1 I nnot bedervinr Whenever Jiy pllttUSUS nor truth and fustic cUlims A 11 buytertdn laMaAH Whp youbU3vUMTiateSt uptodate youIri piini Ifillin of etih niwm A I sonfI I t oCtill i ffi t A w 7 toit JJ 11 2VIlJ 0 t3 iJ C loO r 02 JT1 2 O 4DtJc jc1QO I-C J m r JiJ 0H 0zFF I-C I 1r110 WIJO llEXPRESSED DIRECT FROn DISTILLERY TO CONSUMERS ALL CHAROes riv PAID ffecJt an net talliatlff rttur tHrn at 9r tjrftntt amJ nt will reawl I r ttumtj Price for etch gallon for orders ot tSTi HSS THAN TWO gallons 5 Yrnr Old In vetMb u bclutr gSSO Year 0 In reweUu below 8335 275 O J zoo ciccLcdUre8tock 48O lamllOaU and U DolL 434 GalLon Ycar Old UmloKmiplo box J1OO SYcirO le fjmpto box 03TS I 6 3J7 350 fef Irclcd He rvt orL 500 AUiKlpntnlnarcmnAtti fifad traltd bnxte wWi no marks or craft to ndtcatcuatcntj and tha rrprfa rhama n I hr iRilonrId lU yITtcCQlNJTOJn KENOMjOortngtoa ut laIJAklthllilt1AtlIor Dept P all Eip Oofc Musijml OffU- ISiunefim PltT BURG ENTRAL TK YARD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing PoiiltFst1f Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance forexport cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at tentioS 9 PRiryHAES SIMON OEONNELL General Mgr MADISONINSTITUTE I The ollorinie vr cnniinennoB TUESDAY SEPTEMBEIU1 1000 The IlHtitute will beopcii for the inception of Btudeiiiij pu Saturday the 8tli of tspuralwr next ThuliA wl Iiiuu to secure places for daughters or wards IW ndvfoed to pnly early Let nil who ileriiun onterinp the Institute next session be present if at all poKftihlp at IIIP first uNemltling of the school Tuesday September 11 as an nbMMHe of a week 01 two at tlmt titHe will be ft It seriously throughout tbesesston Persons wlehinjr tohiave an interview with the Principal before placing a etudtuit In the sihool would do well to mil at the Institute before the opening tty This will insure l i the patron the undivided tlnin and attention of the rriiuIpal mid It will expedilBlliH vork organization Every absence qf the rriiicipnl from tlm school room niter 830 a in September 11 delays the work ot clnwiiGcaticn and organization Come tlion if PiI1le fur all preliminary arrangements before September 11th If you do not find it prautical come on the 11th or any day thereafter On Sune 6 firjnal notice was received that Madison Institute had boen College1orStiidontH drsiriuK to JIlr any one ofthese Institution may enter our t rtittaate atttrr vingeutialMCtorily completed the College Preparatory Course CHANGES IN FACULTY FOR J900J90J Jr AlICE N HOUT1I WOKTII Ill B FLOUENCK HSTURTKVANT Phi IVta KapiR Cr1l Univorbity Pupil of Jlario liistwll NuwYprk History and 15ible Voice Elocution Physical Culture C nOSE EIIREN Graduntu lUir Conservatory Germany Pupil of Mans von 13ulowj Piano aiid ringed Instruments A ithfrJiiMriiclori same as lest year Your patrotia o cordially solicited For further information addrcs Mtil2MISS ALICE LLOYD Principal 2 ir1e s L e rcy s Drainage Tile CenteningasyouunddUi when you knOa Perseflt thirveest Price MBrancbe ApproiVelpht of regular customer eacb 10 l 9 l5 5 1s 41 rv Hw20 to Lf PrnuirCr pt Factories 3S a blade of grass to grow where none grew beiiefavtor MAIN AND nRO nfid farm will cause you to le remembered Li than a sky scraping marble haft 1fI drained land produces the largest and best V o best investment possible jWry at SEAROY STATION P 0 WAGO MADISON L = ft LAND STOCK lID CROP There have been 200 carloads of straw old by farmers in this vicinity to Indiana parties to be loaded here Yoodfora sun The statement is made on authority If one of the largest Chicago packiii houses that clear e bacon will be quoted at from 15 to 16 cents wholesale before Jan 1st The N K Fairbank Company report the worlds stock on Awftust as 284 t 00 ics agaiurt 470000 a year ago nurinot July there was a decrease of 13000 against one of 1MOOO July 1 The Northwestern Miller published at Minneapolis adheres to a wheat crop in the threo big States up there of 115000 bushetK Murray of th Price Current to a total crop of 550000000 bucliels It costs the government onefifth of a cent a pound to inspect hog mmt wInch is exported The cxamineis are sta tioned at all slaughtering centers where hogs are butcheied for foreign marketsC Fitch had one field of wheat to yield SI bushels to the acre His entire crop averaged 25 bushel this being the best yet hearth from in the county He sold while the market was upr Jessauiiue News A rj inneapolis pecial says Thrash ing returns overruning estimates in central and southern Minnesota and some reliable elevator malingers now claim Minnesota has raised mure wheat this year lIulI1ll81 At Flemlngshunr a horse was sold for 40 the purchaser sold it to Lee tic Cas- sidy for 65 who in return sold it to lan Mitchell of Carlisle fur SlwO Mitchell sold it to Pennsylvania patties for 250 All sales were made same day Danville Advocate The CLIMAX is in receipt of a letter from Mr J J Purxifull of Fiat Lick Ky renewing his subscription and stat that he would like to purchase a good farm near Richmond Any one having same for sale wilt address him at boycplace Dr Prewitt bought of John Yeager 50 stock hogs at 450 aid from T limiter a small bunch nil barrows at 5 He also bought of Ike Henry 77 ewes at St J T Watson raid to li U Fox a pair of 5vearold mare mules for 300AsIvocate- Fine rains are reported in all locali ties in the county and Ont ami fall grass prospects were never better Julia L Armstrong of McAfee sold to Win H Robinson of Boyle county lost week one pair of aged mules for S140Harrocltlbutg Democrats Stocks of provisions on hand at Chi ellen nl e 20 822000 pounds Ices Ulan June SO and 104949000 pounds less than one year ago Total amount on bund in about 167810000 pounds against 188810 000 pounds one month ago and 272937000 pounds ono year ago Tobacco is looking quite well tS pecially in the central and eastern por tions of the State in some localities in the western portion too much rain has injured it to Homo extent Worms are reported to be doing some damage in a few localities hut generally over the Stain tobacco is uuustialy free from worms K F Gaines bought of Bowen G j veil 1 80 ewes at 350 T L Carpen ter sold a mare mule colt to Joe Snow at thin Hustonville Fair yesterday for 5 WT Beck bought 18 shoats of George Ellis at 4 cents and sold them before he got home to Gill Cowan at 4Jr They averaged about pounds John Lutes of Lutes Co bought of W W Lvne 214 ewes at S3 65 and of W M North a hunch of 1250 pound rattle at 4c Hamilton Hourne of Gnrrard passed through Stanford with 115 shoats averaging 90 pounds purchased in Adair at 4 rents anti 40 f wes for which they paid 3Liiicohmm Democrat Hogs are reported as scarcer in the upper pnrtoftleState than everbefnre Several causes are ascribed fur this re Kiilt Hogs have been bringing pretty good prices all the season corn has been somewhat high at least not as cheap as feeders wanted it and this hue canned the sale of everything big enough to butcher A great ninny pigs of 75 pounds or thereabouts have lp cn shipped and there are said to he scarcely enough hUg left in the upper part of this State to furnish bacon for home Most of the hog Cr piesIsichistile either for market or home use O L Dawes sold In Cincinnati last 4IctsTIR Cook brought us in n lot of Irish lMtatoRH Saturday that were as larce as watermelons almost as good Al Burns of Lexington bought of Dodd Skinner a harness horse for 150 and one of S T Harris for same W C Shanks bought of PP Nun nellev four two yearold mules at S70 There has nut been in years such a lime prodpect for a big corn crop in the mile Grass section as at present For rest Maid twoyearold flllv half DignityllamaMark Hanlin Lough of James Holman a hunch of calves at 12 50 and of Dink Wilkinson three yearlings at 26Lutes Co of J A Young of Cumberland county 225 stoclc ewes at 350 ana of same 100 wethers at 23c O P Huffman bought of Mark Hanlin four 200gound hogs at 44 cents Stanford Journal POLITICAL NOTES Thin Democratic majority in North LtoislalureExGov Wolcott of Massachusetts has accepted the Presidents tender of the post of Ambassador to Italy Democratic National Committeeman Jones says the prospects for Democratic control of the next House of Represen tatives was never better The Democrats of New Hampshire nominated F E Potter for Governor The convention endorsed tire Kansas City platfoiin and declared against rusts A WORD OF CAUTION The old saying that a man who is isonlyl1othergive you got The man aumyothergot a medical education and a certificate tijplouiaAnd cantgiyecation and medical knowledge nuulebyInstituteby so many1who without any medical- qualifications claim to give medical advice that a word of caution is neces saryDont write for medical advice to any phlsiciantake the title of physicians or doctors so theydontdare not for fear of the law Do not that there is just as much difference in doctors as in artists Every little town has its artist who draws generallyartists like Millet There was only one Millet There is one Invalids Hotel and SU1JOIcalInstitule such as Dr Pierce over Thousands of women come or write to Dr Pierce who have found no at the hands or doctors of lesser skUland narrower experience suRerlngfrompeculiar to women is invited to con suit Jr Pierceby letter free Such con sltati ns areabsolu private Each letter is treated as a sacretlcoimfidetice and each answer is sent iti aplain en pouitInrepulsive examinations may be avoided A Dr LV 1iice DuP1d N Y A Letter to Mrs Pinkham Brought Health to Mrs Archambo Lrrrx MIS rixKnAic DcAB MKS I1 KUuJFortwo yearsI felt tired andso weak and dizzy that some days I could hardly go around the house Backache and head ache all the time and my food would not digest and had such pains in the womb and troubled with leucorrhoea and kidneys were affected After birth of each child I grew weaker and hearing so much of the good you had doneI wrote to you and have taken six bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound one boxof Lozengesoneboxof Liver Pills one of Sanative Wash and today I am feeling as well as I ever did When I getup in the morning I feel as fresh as I did when a girl and eat and sleep well and do all of my work If ever I feel weak again shall know where to get my strength I know yourmedicine cured uie7Mns SAJLUT AECHAMBO CUARLEUONT MASS The present Mrs Pinkhams expert ence in treating female ills is unparalleled for years she worked side by aide with Mrs Lydia E Ilnkham and for sometime past has had sole charge- of the correspondence department of her great business treating by letter as many as a hundred thousand ailing women a year All women who suffer ore invited to write to Mrs Pinkhain at Lynn Mass for advice which will be promptly given without eharg- eNEWSPAPERS GET CAUGHT FOR SUCKERS LoulavlUerlmeaJ LEzixrTOX Ky July 26 Drafts re ceived here acainst the Globe Fete graph School foradvertisinR placed in newspapers in all parts of the country are heing returned unpaid there being no such school in existence here There is a school called the Morse School of Telegraphy of which E G Spink and U B Jones of the Lexington Business College are officers managed by J H Shulkey of Oshkosh Wis which claims on its advertising matter to be the successor to Telegraph School Thousands of dollars of this advertising has been placed The mall matter addreseed to tIme Globe Tcle graph School has been received by the Lexington Business Colleges new department excepting the newspapers several hundred of which lay at the postofllce u ne lal moo Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargilo of Whashita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs JJrewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her bend and face and the best doctors could give no help bnt her cure is com photo mill her health is excellent This shows what th usands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores Itstimulates liver kidneysand bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed v J LETTER FROM THE PHILIPPINES The following letter from one of our home boys in the Philippines will prove interesting reading to all- lanlla June 30 1000 MotherLife just now is quiet there is very little activity in the goodframeThere ia just one single cause for sorrow in our midst at this writing Several of the boys have been reading the papers from home and have seen adver tisements of the Lexington Horse show Fair and Carnival August 1318 and without exception they want to come over and witness tiio greatest show on earthTho bugle has just called and I must close Will write more next time- Affecionately CHARLES Agontlenian recently cured of dys pepsIn gave the appropriate blessingSomesonIc have none that want it but we havo meat and we can eatKodol Dyspepsia Curo be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat It instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach disorders Perry 4 Thomas THE WORST IN THE LOT We have hoard of stingy men men that will steal liungholes and then beg a cooper to make them a barrel around it free of charge we have read of a milkman who would skim the milk on top and then turn time bucket bottom upward and skim the milk at the bottom of a man in Texas who had a wart on the back of his neck was too stingy to buy a collar button and used the wart for that purpose but such are liberalhearted mcu compared with those who will pick up every possible and impossible objection to a paper and then go around and swipe their neighbors pacer and cuss It to boot Subscribers have paid their money and are bona fide subscribers can help this enterprise a great deal by closing their fret reading rooms We appreci ato sample copies bong read but what we object to is the man who abuses our larcenytoThirty minutes is all the time required to dye with PUTNAMFADELESSDyES Sold by C L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panola ICyaugilinThis will no doubt be the bitterest campaign ever known in the history Kentucky and it time Journal connot by fair means convince those who went pRrtliliesThere is nothing convincing in vilHflca tion and the time is past whom you can drive men to do asyou would have them This is a free country add everyman has a right to lila opinion After man3f intricate experiments scientists have discovered methods for iligestantsTheseprotiou found in the human body and united lwith substances that build uptime digestive organs making a coin pound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure U dipests what ypu eat and allows all lyapeptics to eat plenty of nourishing ood while the stomach are be inJr radically cured by the medicinal gents it contains It is pleasant to take and will giv r quickly relief Per ry Thomas Maude a daughter of John Norris eatingtondatoolsmushroom Tim entire family was madevery ill The law holds both mak rand circu guiltyThecounterfeit of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve risks your lUo to make it little larger profit You cannot trust him DeWitts is the only geuUlnpRlldorfgi- uol Witch Hazel a well cure for piles amid all skin diseases See that your dealer gives you De Witts Salvo Perry Thomas Francoisn Saleorf Is the name of tho man who attPinpftid to fissaRsinftte the Shad of Persia He is a Frenchman and liSa served two terms In pritoii fur preaching anarchy IDI1oIIethaRDeWlWLittl nrowpt and certain Perry wad ThOM j PECULIAR WAGER James Bradley has wagoied lila sweetheart Mfss Miry Klnkalit on the result of thu election with Willis Wilkerbon Bradley is tv Republican and Wilk T8on is a Democrat They live in Dudley towiifhip ilaskell coun tytin the western piirt of Kansas It is a small township suit contains only six qualified voters 1890 was time only township In the United Status which gave a major ity for Palmer and Buckner They jjot three votes McKinley two and Bryan one Time wager U on time election in this township There being no irold ticket thi year Wilkerson hopes to Kl all three of those VOICH for Bryan and thus win a bruTe rhetwo men have been ciinrtinK Mitt KInkaid for over a year and both have repeatedly urged matrimony Beinjr unable to make a choice she suggested that the question brflBettled by the tlOI1 in Dudley townalmip Her suggestion was adopted Khe enters into the compact and agrees to marry Bradley it McKinley receives the majority of votes in the township or Wilkerson If Bryan receives time umiajority The llea was probably suggested by a similar wager made in that county last week JB Johnson wagered his daughter ou Mc Kinleys election with James Howard q Democrat who is anxious to marry her DOYLESVILLE Miss Mary Woosley is visiting her sister Mrs Sarah Jttankin in Estill county Mr I N Sharp has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Whit ley county his former homer Mrs J L Griggf attended Hie Central Holiness Camp Meeting at Vil more from July 24 to August 2 The recent rains have so changed the corn anti gardens in this vicinity that one would scarcely know there had been a drouth Mrs J R Dllnbar and JIrs Waller Brngk of this place were railed to the bed side of their sister Mrs Wm Olds at Union City who is very low and not expected to live Misses Hattie Durham and Mile Baker spent the past week at Camp Meeting at Wilmore Ky and while there attended the laying of the corner stone for the new college building for Asbury College lie Fooled The Surgeons All doctors told Ronick Hamilton ol West Jefferson 0 after suffering IS months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless n costly operation was per formed but ho cured himself with five boxes of Buckleus Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 NEW YORK FASHIONS The American girl k partial to red Mercerized linens are much affected by ladies of high society Dainty women think and justly that no form of stay for summer wear can compare to the lovely lace R G cor sot which comes in white or in del icate color plaided with white White hosery tine as cobweb is in fashion Goldengreen gauze makes a lovely summer gown Black velvet ribbon is prominept upon many of this seasons gowns The finest handkerchief shown at Lord Taylors are of sheer linen ap pliqued with transparent lace Sonic handsome piques have large polka dots of dilFerentsizes and in var toils colors embroidered in silk A large hat of black Tuscan show may bo effectively trimmed with black tulle cream lace and yellow rOses Some folded girdles are fastened with costly buttons EVELYN CABLE SOUNDS BAD a At Moreland Willie Fancy a lad of six years coughed np a fullgrown liz zan seven inches in length limo boy is supposed to have swallowed the lizard while drinking waler and the strange companion must have been in his stomach for some tIrneMt Ster ling Gazette For burns InjurIes piles and skin di seaees use DoWitts Hazel Salve It is the original Counterfeits may be offered Uw only DeWlttsr Perry Thmotnas4An was made in Paris to assassinate the Shah of Per ia A man who is believed tobe an Italian anar chist jumped on the Shahs carriage and placed a revolver to his breast Time Shahs court physician saved his masters life bv wrenching the weapon from the assailants hand The man arrested Theres nothing now wider the sun said Weary Willie to Harry Hardup as they reclined luxuriantly upon their couch of straw Whats that inquired Hardup Why youll tee more new timings at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival than the man who lived 4000 years Aug 1318 Preferring time chance of escape in leaping from a fast train to the Jt06 ct of return to a Chicago institution of correction Ella Hogan 16 vears old Jumped from a train near Ottaw- a1IIand was instantly killed Vittorio Euiannele Ferdinand Maria Gennaro the new King of Italy who will succeed his father under the name of Vittorio Emanuele III is but 5 feet tall while his wife is 6 heel 7 Inches lIu a who looks as though she weie fighting against some secret sorrow Is only suuering from a soft corn JLf a rat has nine lives how many has the Emperor of China and the Philippine robcllioulx Never argue with a woman nor try to Lat a man al his own game a BIG FOUR ONLY 5OO ROUND TRIPC- INCINNATI TO BENTON HARBOR AND ST JOSEPH Fruit Belt of Michigan Pasches Pears Apples Grapes in Superabundance Tickets vUl be sOul fur train leaving CINCINNATI SIiO u in Slid ar ruing BENTON HARBOR 643 p i- nSATURDAY AUG 18 Tickets good returning Ten lays Aotple time for excursions on lAke Michljaa These beautiful lake ltiei are most noted turn cr resorts Splendid hotel ceommodations can be had at reasonable rates A trip thq SL Joeph river ou the ate81ntr1day Hubm or Edna Is a feature that Mioald notb mleacd by cxcanlonUta Side tIps to P4it mans Springs Lake CoraOttaTi Beacb etc For ticket cor reservaIlan aI lull callalIcte oIfle tmlr Fun- Itnule Nortllell corner Fourth no1 Vine Sn Central Union Station ClncinuaU and Abbot CcYlutwu Qmce WAIiNJLYICrf WJIiEP 6elasakTkt Agi A10 P TAt J ives 4L I5eats OUfCUillfATIl I In Txindon done them are more than 100000 yountr women between the ages of 20 lull 35 serving behind the bar Of these 400 are the daughters sisters or nieces of clergymen 200 are the daughters of army officers while nearly an many are the daughters of physicians and surgeons SUPREftlESHOE COMFORT Com s to every wearer of our Oxford Ties which are the acme of womans spoking in light cool and easy footwear Unenjoyed pleasures are not missed and so those who havo yet to purchase a pair of our Or fords aro unaware of theselfim p05eddiscomrortwhicb they endure wJth moo or less patljgrice Heres cause for Shoe reflec a llouf or r 1 50 Oxfords for 1 00 2 25H 175 BOO I 225 FREEMAN BROS Main StT app Court House You Want The Truth AND YOU GET IT IN THE Twice2Week oarierJonrnal DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS Published BTer Wednesday and 50ctsSaturday 1M papers one year for TWICEAWEEKCOURIBRJOURNALItbe all other papers It prints more real news more class matter more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Saleday A goOd to agents Sample copies free on application Write to COURIERJOURNAL LOUISYILLE KY By a Special ArrangementY- OU CAN GET THE CLIMAXand the Twicea Week CourierJournal both for one year for 125 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptlons under this combination offer must be sent through tho CLIMAX office NOTICEWe fact that our stock of WAtt FAPiAND EQRATiV DE IGN Just received are all new and of the choices designs and we Invite you to call at our Dng Store on Main street and inspect same befor buying elsewhere We have Mr WL LEEDS connected with ns who will furnish estimates on all work and decorate atreasQunbledone by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles stationery paints dnd oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Kespt PERRY THOMAS tuccuoiTo a I2U MaIn Street RJcbmoHd Ky PHONE NO 75 Jani7ly I CIRCULATING WASH BOILER I PATtLLOWEDMARCHh5ml899I i DOTTOlA SHOWmGCOflEO rCOP R STEAM PIPES MdeA+ t fltfltVO m4r Irartnr or rlolhri rii thr AVuli Jlarhln haini threcfoarlbj cf the labur r circular frlrf all Tint 300Cniiprr licit torn ftfOO- Cafitr 600 In rrrjpt of shorn rlee illI ex r r nnv ubuie ii- iGililtnl Wash loilw C 1MYU SU ClIIdaaaU Otlo nW rVE GUARAi TEE-n Calt2lJ 5 ap TcjisUi to taroJ ndigeatfoiolQkvvlioo tatea acccrding to Urcctiaeo or DR W B CALDWCU ttyoasisI PepreaeaP4 wilt psu pcIas- PLfl YIP IPEII mala r ispw1a s 1111a a ra if PLEASE RY CANbYCATHARTIO tOe 25c 50c ssL RTaie I 175 Acres tfLand5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dweling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church and school housescon venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky- NEQL11L rLIFE Water and c Light See J M RIFFE anti have him to put you in a flintclass sanitary of Plumbing in your residence Also have him to furnish you a High Grade Elevator Cnp Pnmp Keeps on bands all kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and Valves Chandeliers every description of Iron Estimates for fitting up residence in county with Plumbing and Gas Machines and Wind MillsMain St Richmond Ky Lock Box J 73 I have 20000 feet of the Best QuaIl ty of Hose for salo at reduced prices mij23m Remember 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 cityat the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides e- than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line F1 L GOTTI jaalltl wH yBUY pay middlemen from and a good big profit when you can buy direct from a manufacturer and jobber at wholesale prices We manu facture everything in the paint line We buy in large quantities in order to get jobbers prices thereby enabling us to sell you for less money than those who buy in small quan titles without any practical experience in the Paint Business Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practicalexperience in the Paint and Wall Paper Business we belive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities Oeo M Willging Wall PapersWindpw shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass c- FAIR VIEW SEMINARYA + School Year Begins September 18th 1000 to Continue Forty Weeks Affords all the comforts anti adventa 2CSof honmu life WIth time opportanlly of obtaining a liberal HiLadies of culture and refinement am chosen on teachers and their inter course with the pupils out school Is of great benefit Full Course of English FrenchGencittiosm Phmyaca1Ci4ars MtieArt 4fft IMytlttedNfleeJ J + fl+ tatlgJif1nthe detHrtmfii4ftJ ths eelMte tFor terms aiiil fertimer Informalkm address = wI L1LjN- bW I u1ljidIt Y It c 5 f f DRUGGISTS m tSPRINGIhI X e 1iJ iiIiiiIIt 0Q =fl e D iiI F Iefit J e X I Ii = c k L iiiII e IEIiYciI friends and customers that our line is complete for pUp p 11naliJLimj Factory prices have advanced on jfj 8 almost everything but wo bought j i- le our goods early and can offer in m Sjj ducements 1hat will interest and13 benefit all We have a nice line Ij- of13 7 feet allLineii Shade at 35e j rn 3to 75c Other things correspond W II ingly CHEAP W f3 m IiJEverything desired in under pfm 3 taking line always kept in stoek- 19rJ we S OLDIIAus 8 8SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM 1361IB3 Iii f3 3 13 f3 3 f3 lJF J 00i I f3 JmiJ 13 ill fB s A MANKINDBo9iO DTABLERS BUCKEYE Q r tDJ i fII ft 0I JJI PILE CURE A 13vw Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WTTIfOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JURSFULLMISihPnpihlir 3K Korlh Mate Street ST LOWS M- OFor sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists jauimoly lextliX X eXfJlI TAB iithe M1IlnVBS IDBn CD OP LEXINGTON KY t 253O oco Paid ifl Jvi Benefits 12Oo 00 RESE11VEMDS7JRpL U t fa We pay while you live rf d Jf Jf They pay when you die ol o Jf bt WHICH DO YOU PREFER ib4 i1I 7 MITH BOWMEN- KVWHSw1 A f VT7V A ASd d ii iCLI PRINTjG coJ PUBLISHERS AND 0JOB PRNTERSliiNO67CO4D5T RCHMofl K- yItcr Ii