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aprly JJlSPJSlt M D MeHeine and Surgery r Ofhee Kuildint Main Street Telphone at residence Jl ce Ot day IttniMOND KKNTCOkY GJ479M D l PltyifCIAN SOKQEON IRrfllON KItNTUCJI DEN L SirRGE1tY r 11 1111 OS oirrjr iLU1svLLL1gClOffiCOtIl Building Rlcllm8nd Olllce hour9j0 11110 4 IluInnvflly S Dr LuillLandIllafl i INobe at Olyndon WEDNESDAY SEPT 121900 pjturnin erery second WedQt ay of 01 Richmond each Kltmaylly= p PATENTS K1tiAqVICE Notice in AS TOPATEItTAMLKYFREE fO w r lLeu ej r L1SUPaP Wi VS r b acraeof 1 Rcmedvlealpccifleandtoo well tho drains bralth strength cauvd b aliments peculiar to thclrowniex Ladr Florence Ileraedv Is not a rareall bat ii a cure for tHscane 0 woman It Is carefully oatnpoundetl a prescriptian written end by a prominent Jtend enrgeonwhohivu treated of female dlanaies perhnii one IndlTliIual It now It odercd for the time In this country within the ot all classes One package In the obstinate casts by UD S DRIllING We only the best of Has all can for to our full for ins lic lie next door J ovor Co 010 Wi Ru iid R J Sec trcec and aiOmy Wat U C the Curr AND will Uotel reonth tJha rgrs etrJoet the know their and The fnun cams than allother lint reach relief most L I use up irfice Ky llro kr tW uned cian I i tmi IAEDONeV YVECESSTIE S++ Thobrido and Urn ring Get the brldn where you will tho ring should havehereLw Mocks conlain such a pleasing as sortmeut of Single lion stone aud wedding RINGS areliii3t tlt F1YE4t1ER P1r niigHmlnwranc Insure your dwellinm barn t and other prop OMPANYDives protection against fiFE LHIIITNING ND TORNADO jNo aKBessmoiitcalUon taembera when losses occur tbf other lueraber and no Initiation fee charged hibecornenmembcrofcompany The cheapest company for the pe2pleof oar county now operating in the State gets cheaper every year falling to unohalf after the first year For further information call on their agent and collector S n B iflack attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompany upstairs J H CARTES Pros mayMly C O IlOaWOETII Secy liTAs STOVES AT COST caa CHEAP GAS JfI t J Jo not have n gasoline explosion wlmn you can got Oas at Sl- t25 p ir thflusantfjor cooking and hcatiiiff This CompanytX Has Reduced the Price of Gas O IhjQraefytolEncouragetne tr I J Use 4he GaStovec i Once try a Gas Cooking Stove arid you will never K voIt upcpt la jusjis i cI4pi1tu aaiwpyaready cnl- ske In thrto luiniites WU eU StV s afCost and run pipe to curbin4a- itti i ffltTWi e iiouseltPoet jitto Isbac1iFurnt and ncrso Y9u 1igirriYe time Att reluce your gas bill fwothInlHF 1 QQlfv tilo QncLior irticuttrs aIawmiAmi U- 00oirhIgg GBT tD Jk1f Jy ickilS 2titlCuf maYf JANNOUNCEMENT roa cqunvcsxa inouuce8ANFORflOLDHAM Jtc1lothoacUlno1the D ocr cl1arty ARCHKAIAUQHto tSp acUonJof the peradcratlcp4rty RAYIURNtothe action of the Democratic Party r Wear utb iized to announce D B TKVIS a candldte for County Clerkubect 1othtaction of the lemdcrtiarty1 J WAtXEUatJl Tictlonpfsthe DeniaeaUc party MHMILTERacandfdalject tqtbeactipnot the Democratic party JESSECOnnto the action of the Democratic party roc SUZRIVT PWAGEEBcount j subject to the action of tbe Democraticparty WDALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ILEROADDunsubject to the actlm of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR MARTINGREENcounty subject to the action pf the Democratic party OLDHAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party OEOBIENOLKjDacandIdate county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G W otMadison t Democratic party We arejnthorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party LBAKERcountysubject to the action of the Demo crat1cJLY c 7T rFtiB JAILEIi We are anthorizedto announce PETER G PARRISU a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wears authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocraticparty We are authorized to announce N BJONES countysubject PERKINSaction of the Democratic party OLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the DemocraticI part3 FOR SDFEBINTJSTOKTT WWAGERSthe office of Superintendent of Schools t subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce REV A JTRIBBLE a candidate for County School Su theDemocratic JYOUNGtheOemocraiicparty BOB TAYLORS laYscThe happiest thing I over saw was barel and dirty t lie carried mnd between his toes And had freckles on his nose And his heart was lull of dreams And his head was full of schemes And bia pockets were fUll of strings and slings slid things JIis billy goat and dojs were his daily companions and he roamed over and yelledI because lie had a yollor and he because he bad a whooper At I he was the autocrat of the bNIkflUltI table and dinner table and supper table at school he was tins Democrat of play ground and tlie JRepubJicau of theI itliglltthe Bible be was a sworn enemy to raster oil and civilization He was everlastingly under the indictment ofIsome bjgh crimes and piiademeanors and always attempting to prove an alibi His father triedand convicted him for dodging tho truth and turned to him with a frown and sail My son dontyou go to schoolYes sir Dont they study the DiMe there Yes sir CanyouteIIrno what itsays about a i lie Tho boy scratched his head looked but finally said It ifiatalfols an abomination in theI slgbC nfi LOrd and a very present heep iu liinoof needExchange E iENT it The tobacco crops are looking well Corn crops are looking well in this vicinity visitingLiordaugliter W J Warner and Jawed Prather are doing good work with thcir new sep arator Miss Ola Coohy and Miss Alberta Wylie visited Miss Dulcle Chardler 1tt- t1ll8 place Glrranlcrelatives at this place YJ Wylle hrts juistfinislieddollver lug his crop bLwlieat loJJichblaavillo perbu8helBishop Galloway reports that the Methodist churches in tho South have raised nearly 1000000 of Urn Ls3QQOOQ they promised to contribute before January 1001 to the Methodists Twen tieth Century Educational Fund Women are LikeI flowe rS5 they and bloom Sickly thor 51oorl1Idlo Every Oman ought and feel well Itsherrtght but she might aa well try to put out fire with oil as to be healthy and at trative with dkeaaa corroding the organs jlhat makojjer orn Upoit flhelr health rfepehdi her heikh If them Is Inflammation or weakening JfontIrPerloddeb youre one step nearer grave every day you put It off Women can jtaad a great deal but they cannot live forever with disease dragging at the most delicate and otal organs in their body You may t have been deceived In socalled curt WdontSoe how you could help k there is to much worthless atoS as tho wont be 4Ia ptiolnt d InBradKilda III RMT nlator the oea imuli- LiuIeonarthforwornsaTtIis4 Mae MuCh1lECfOacD betweast tothtr ocaliet rensIea f tFS it- betwearigItt Nd lNI6 rsNJ43- emuule soothe the ritratt utoes All tbl natnruli Itis forwomai1ortOte cido be aealtky or tick wbltberthlwill Un at hand pIeettkatdrugstore t a4 for W 1M on LiKD STOCK AND CROP Gano Hildrcth of Bourbon county sold ninetyfive cattle to Jimeph Well at five cents ihiy averaged J 40 lb l UMKMd FcrizViixin ol Buurliop sold one Iiutidrudantifiltycauls tn Jo eph at 4J5 Weight 1000 Chas Scott of Clark sold tVeiityflvn 1tStTom Martin has engaged a hunch ot oflerryvilleat tour cents apoIUldGood horses are brimming high prices and thtre are rlWon the market here Robert thirtyfiveheadof Danville last week at five dollars per head AV C Carpenter Hold a bunch of feeding cattle to Sam Forsythe- at 4J cents September delivery Asa Jewell of Wllmore bonglit of Frank Martin 160 ewes at 375 a heed and 00 at125 eachJ T Houchins recenllvsold to Col Jack Chliin a four yearold black saddle stallion W C Terbuue bought 42 heartof mule colts here court day at an average of 2660 a head and them to Pottsville PaHarrodaburg Sayings R D Gannon sold 8000 bushels of WilPOnofPR Gentry nome 800pound heifers at 3Jc J T Enibry sold to R H Gentry a lot of Wa pound cattle at3Mr W P Grimes to Miller of Illinois 118 GentryLoughtlIe at3 to 4c S M Owens sold his ropof25OO bushels of wheat to D M Lipps l Co j the Htistouville millersat rOc and the rise to pt15Lutes A Lo bought last weekabout 1000 stock iwi s at 325 and Dr P W Logan 20 J0ponndreitle torSJpi l0deliverv at yesIerdayJ Johnson a lot ol heifers at 25 to iobert Collier nhubnh of hoes at Sound 0 another a horse for 75Inerlor Journal changtinibeluring tho past week and the local rice has remained about the same The Cincinnati Enquirer of Tuesday ontalned the following statement lromI ilr W TJ Green a wheat investor of St should be higher than it Is aid he considering the shortage in his country Our reports show Call the3overntncntind the State of Washington will fall 5 points short of the Government reIJnrtrrhe Northwest is only half aj Top Illinois Indiana Ohio and Michigan have no wheat worth mention ng Jhe crop is in the Southwest end ve will find that it will not feed the Country The crop in Franco is 10000 bushels short of last udI hero is some shortage in Russia The rakingEuropti A Frightful lIlunderIWill often cause a horrible Burn jcaldCut or Bruise Bucklens Arni nSalve the best in the world will dll the pain and promptly heal it nres Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers lulls Felon Corns all skin eruptions JcBtPilo cure on earth Only 25 cents box Pure guaranteed Sold by PerI y t Thomas Druggist 5 OMATO PUNTS GROW ON TOMATO LOV ERS GRAVE Tomato plants that grew mysterious y on a grave in Holy Crow cemetery lavd been stolen a reward has eenoffered fur the apprehension of the hlefbV tho Rev nM Savagfl father if the child buried there Mr Savages ittle daughter Grace had been5ever Ince she Was able to eat wonderfully ond of tomatoes Tins was looked inon as a result of parental influences chich were also responsible for a birth uark the exact shape of a tomato on he back of her head Her fondness for tomatoes seemed to crow with Jiefyars and it seemed as f Blie could eat them al day About a year and a half the little girl died 2arly this sunllner her father was istounded to see several tomato plants growing lip among the flowers and ilants on her grave No one hactI ilanted them so far as coud be ascir ained and no one could exphtin how they came to grow thereBoston tele ram to Chicago Chronicle Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver ol Philadelphia was the abject is narralod by him as follows 41 was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunate ly a friend advised trying ElertrieBit lers and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided Improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved rny lifet and robbed the grave of another victim No tmc should fail to try them Only 50 cents per bottle at Perry k Thomas Drug Store Suc ceasorsto WG White 5 THE SALARIES OF RULERS The President of Mexico draws 0000 ayear the fill we as President Mc Kinley The Prosiaentof France Is paid 240 000 a year Her Majesty the Queens lucomo Is about 220 alt hour The Czar of Russia draws a salary of 112000000 a year fhel mperorol Germany receives 3852380 Two million dollars a year is the an nual income of he King of Spain Abdul Hamid 11 the Sultan of Turkey lute an income of 650 an hour Two handred thousand dollars a salaryIonlyhRrmleStlmediate results Try it Perry and Thomas Four years ago John C Sechrist a large cattle dealer of Crittonden disuppestretileaving 000 tie has written from Alaska that lie wilt be at home October 4th to pay off nil lila debts A cousin living at Walton tins gone to Kloudyke to take charge of Mr ts properties now valued at a million uollars while he visits his hORleEx DeWittr Little Early Ilfeers are fa tilotie 1ittIeU1e tc liver and bowel troubles Sever KrIpePerry and Thomas witnessedfIeldmla jest year The bQrd was over a mullplledA enlargement of the old spec withllvinJtJae been demonstrated by ex perlftiice that consumption tan bo pre NinuteCoughedrAo CHI Ii rodwcrap + r sJhMCrI se011SiMUJI thebabywell nourished and for the mother whose milk does no babyIt the boy or girl who is thin and pale and not well nourished by their food also for the anaemic or consumptive adult that is losing flesh and strength In fact for all conditions of wasting it is the food medicine that will nourish and build up the body and give new life and energy when all other means fail Should bo taken In summer as well AS winter Soc ind 5ico all druggists SCOTT chemists New York tt 1 11 1f V 1 1f I t1 THE SMART SET FOR AUGUST The leailitifr story in The Smart Set mr August id entitled The Muster Miivalrv and is l v Margaret Lee Ihose novel Divorce1 was some years leo reviewed at length by Mr Gladstone ml excited discussion on two continents Miss lee declares that The Master Cliivalry the beltautltrongost story she has ever written Its motif ig the of a leuutiCul New York40cidygir1 by a nan who has the courage to rise above ouial prejudice The theme and the situations are wholly new in fiction absorbingAn lytileiiieeu the Dealest mystery in the lila tory of the Royal family of England This article was submitted to The Smart Set it is saul because English mblisherfl dared not it and the tateiiietit may well be creditod The other features of the August lumber are as varied aa they are prightly and fascinating The breeze jf mountain akid sea blow through the pages which contain never a dull line One marvels where The Smart Set se ures all its brilliant contributions It was freely predicted that the stand ird of the first numbers could not ho uaintaiued that there was not enough luch bright literature written in the ourse of a year to fill twelve numbers Jf 160 pages each of this periodical of ilevernett but every successive num er has been more interesting more vitty more vivacious than the last rue Smart Set in half a year has come to be recognized in both thw literary mid the society worlds as the smart at ami most entertaining magazine of this day Some of the stories in the present DovebyCaroline WayFromThe New Prince Hal by Clinton Ross The One in the World by Charles Stokes Wayne and Amour Perdu Paul Boimotain a niHvel uuslv clever tale printed in the origi nul French and the secoud in the se ries of French stories Which is nowti feature of the matrazine The Smart publicatiollhavlnKaugurated fur the pleasure of the many who delight in the daintiness the deft ness IIlId the drollery of the French unites tt noutella CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL To produce an entertainment that will attract people far and near aa the BabyIonold order of incinnatus means no lit tie undertaking But that is just what some broad minded enterprising busi ness men of Cincinnati have set out to SeptemberThe ivenn entertainment that would please equally the people of cityoneJuitprogram begins September 19i and ends Hepiember 29 is of a highly diversified character Industrial Expo sition covering 100000 square feet of of space in exposition buildings mind Springer Hall the Plaza taking up four blocks ou Plum street and the canal from 12th to 15th Streets the UnyaudIurnergeous If lower Parade the Allegorical Parade of tIm opening day arrival and crowning of the Queen the Trades Pageant floats representing great in dustries of the Ohio Valley and hun dreds of other great events from morn unli1l1ight The three parades to be given during the fortnights revelry in Cincinnati beginning September 19 and ending tieptember I constitute the grandest spectacular diversion of that character afforded the residents of any countryFor Allegorical Parade of the first day there will be a long retinue ol Indians frontiersmen rangers scouts gallant knights anti esquires of the middle age beautiful women of all countries and hundreds of men and horses A cash prize of 1000 offered by the Fall Festival Directors fill the most beadilfuland appropriately designed float is stimulating big Cincinnati concerns to heroic endeavors for the Trades Pageant One of the floats aone it is now known is to be drawn by 120 horses Thu Flower Parade i8the third and as predicted by ninny is expected to be the most beautiful and gorgeous of the three Three prizes aggregating 500 are to bo awarded owners of ve hides Laving the moot lavish and in all respects the most uniquely decorat ed affairs The in Cin cinnati and suburbs the vondale Club the Womens Club of Cincinnati the Business Mens Club various Golf Clubs and other organizations will have magnificent affairs Mayor Julius Fieischmuu will decor ate a Tally Ho and ride in it with his friends The Business Mens Club Eel ly Ho will be a very swell affair with two or three hundred members in white as outriders DISGUSTED WITH MEN A young man who has tried two months of soldier life writes home U tell how lie misses the society ol women Fellou citizens if you want to predate a woman get away from her You dont know what the Creatoi done when be performed the first surgical operation on Adam IT YOUWIII- Ito Know what A ralllfJlorioua anc jusjoinmen rein morning night Join th army and loaf with men eat will raen talk with men help inert carr Inca walk over men shoot ineusucco nothin1butof profanity at the end of three week you be enamored with the mum my of till Egyptian serySnt girl ant give hllJelectricalkli1 that woali burn if drie hlcle 14vwvbty ttnimi wll ir OSTEOPATHY R M BUCKMASTER D 0 Cir dllkd Undor A TSIilI i founder pi Os teopathy klfksvihle Mo Office Henderson House OHico Hours 830 am to 6 plm Mondays Wednes days and Fridays IOCOJIOT01t ATAXJA VersailieSj Ky Jan 20 1900 It Is with pleasure from a personable experience I testify to the of Osteopathy anti to the justness of the claims of the Osteopathy for the cura tive powers overdisease Foreighteen years I have had a troubTe Suffered greatly from insomnia I have tried the best physicians in the coun try of all practices mineral baths electricity and scientists all to no purpose As a last resort I tried Osteopathy with little hope of its accomplishing any good as the efforts otsixteen drug dOe tors had been a failure It Is the first and treatment I have realized any benefit from being free from pain and getting more sleep than for many years To forbid this practice in our State is an injustice to humanity and a theirfruitsHONTAS THORNTON CKAIO 1000Idaughter 12 years of age who had been sick for several months with some liver and stomach jrouble which did not yield to medical treatment re ceived was greatly benefited if not cured by treatment of Dr Hnckmaster Osteopathy She is stronger anti in boiler health since taking Osteopathy than she has been for several years Very truly COUNTY ATTOKNKY W ODAVIS UfW Cs PROVERBS GATHERED FROM A LUNG LIFES EXPERI ENCE For the benefit of farmers and others who work in dirt to live Rill I let others live 1 will tell you of sonic things I haveI learned and unlearned in a labor of a tolerably hong life If you are to gather apples plant the treesA choleracured hogs head will grow faster than his hams Grass is best in pasture and meadow and worst In corn field A sharp hoe in a willing luind isI death to weeds and lift to food crops Pie plantis not necessary to be pealed before using as we used to think One day in the field is better than a hundred at the corner grocery in town Hullebore will kill worms on currant anti gooseberry bushes and on roses the sameTo keep grapes from rotting bag them as soon as they are as large as No4 shot To protect your melon or cucumber plants from bugs sprinkle them with tlntdut Time man who expects to get some timing Valuable for nothing Is half foolI and half rascal To drive moles out of vouritrllen or grounds put a spoounfulof turpentine in their runs twice a day Purls creen will kill worms on cabbage and might kill those who eat the cabbage but salt water sprinkled on late of an evening I flud to be good To handle bees with the least trouble have clean clothe ou and make yonr self as clean cud its sweet as possible and with a good smoker bees can be handled with more comfort than a swarm of flies or raid of mooquitoes Farmers Home Journal Every Republican in the Legislature except one voted against tine McChord railroad bill Every Democrat voted for rwo senators elected as Demo cra ed their votes after the bill wasvet04dau1 voted against it Thore two men took part in the Ll N convention at Lexington and are now opposing the Democratic ticket Bath County Democrat Its funny how marriage will change a wan saul Floyg the other day Theres Mousier for example Ue fore he was married a glance of May Talnter would intoxicate hint so he used to say Now when lie comes home late at night and meets Mrs Monster nee FAInter the sight of her actually sobers lminnBostofl Transcript The little Grand Duchess Olga of Russia may be said to be the richest baby in the world The week she was bjrn 0000000 was settled on her anti it is said that this huge sum was safelv invested in British and French securi ties For in a country like Russia no one knows what nifty happen to meal bers of the reigning house HAIR KELP So have hair that is stubbornand It 2 row Whats I the reason Hair r needs help just as r anything else does at times The roots re quire feeding When I air stops growing it loses 1ter looks dead man- ypersons wont H1rIYIQOT1 acts almost instantly on such hair It awakens new life in the hair bulbs The effect is astonishing Your hair grows be comes thicker and all dandruff is removed And the original color of early is restored to or gray hair This Is always the case 1seabMtk M44etsagJIos I base nserf Halt Vigor sad am realty aalslietlat the roo4 it eall te keeping sly- hair fr comtar onV t is the trot tqnte I hate tried and I kalt mnrititto to rveomnienA it to wj friends MAT7IIt hoLy Itept I t11r1IDfCtoIIIC C itt 4n oW ln alt the VoneMs M expected rant theueoiIe halt inset wriW tb IIelet abaut C ItL J 0 jIIesI3 ISL w V jaL ai r- I THELOUISVILLE TIMES 1 Richmondw- ill be promptly delivered to residences and places of busi ness by our localagent J T Hamilton Best State News Reliable Market Reports Most Interesting Paper in Ky +GALL AT++ + + oIfflli SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest anti most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ilate and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssSssSsss1 Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Never Love When the soldier dons his togs of war to cave his home and friends his sweetheart on his shoulder leans and asks with breaking boat Will you forget me darling And icrc Is what he says Never IttLove knd when we are asked if we will move Our BlchNOIblondlaving rented too shop back of the Methodist Church we will there conduct the Central Centncky Monuirental Works and at Nicho isville the NlchoIasTlIle Marble and Granite Works with skilled labor firstclass material olite attention and low prices Call And seel ne273m GOLDEN FLORA Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlficlally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efficiency It in permanentlycuresDyspepsia Nausea- SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand lmpcrfectdlgestlonPrepared For sale by Peny lI Thomas ROI n FOR WEAK MENT- he rreat French Itemrdy la within nliT rench of every Amrrtran It nets powerfully and qnlcty A New kVn Phnlcsllr Peeled is the rfSullo O dys Dill ct CCECO Vonncmca 7illrcgaln HI lost mtnbndand Out Men will recover their youthful hilts one EEGZIIER3IsCan bo carriixl In vest poeltct By malUOper bi or six tn ftO Ts cltetfllllt rTnoro 111 hoxc co not re a cure Circulars free A ddrcas tho Am crlcaa office ol AnUlFor sale by Ferry to Thom3Ssept13ly AI THE VERDICT fy DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY EDITED fcY ALFRBD ll i Y LEWlJ PBEMIEt lOLITICAL WKITBH Powerful Cartoons PbintedEditorials TVTITIItfDT fear of contradiction we luuert that THE VER JJICT Is thil best thing that has happened In years of American Jour nalism Burlington la Demo cmadcJ6tlrflat The Vitrdict Is pledged to support the nominees of the Kansas City Convention jfij IJttoself toad the VERDICT Ai ExlJrMriiMrj Offer t rniiIn per send As tros4jdateIl Thus wbt ThIS days i7i AGENCY FOR THE j AMERICAN M E flELPfENCE T Mafa of large strong wires heavily gal vanized Amply provides for expansion f JI1II anrf contraction Only V steel wiicd used always of uniform MM qialty Never goes rong no fJL naterhor great a strain 28101ILit1frU Vlt ou it Does not r ri 4 tnuiatcbutDOES c clliclunlly TUR- NCATTLE HORSES 1 H 0GS IGSqEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS l CALL AND SEE IT Can show you how U wiLtswc you money And fence your fields so tAt will STAY FENCED itJWe have a few Refrigerators and Boxes which we will sell cheap FOR CASH We are agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht D1 B ALPOR i MPAT MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Madison Monumental Works JZ ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIET 4 Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign aiiiT American Marble and Granite f+++ FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand In the rear oi the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers fjfVfe have the best workmen in Central Kentucky in charge of our establishment and this means satisacftcry work in every phase Partiestliving at a distance should write to us for designs which will be 09 application YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED J77vEs T H757UULJTON Proprietor tip t I III I BcatBcsscmer Ice GIVEN AWAY DEAR MADAM We have on exhibition a few pieces of handsomely decorated hand painted china at our store which we intend giving away free to our customersWe that our prices on goods will remain the same This special offer is made for the purpose of increasipg our trade andshowing the people that we truly appreciate their patronage This ware is rapidly taking the place of White Granite or Iron Stone China It has that soft white vel vety finish is of the finest quality and without doubt the best in the world The shapes are the very latest patterns and have been desigrjgi to meet the tastes of the most ms tididus It is only by our guaranteeing to use a large quantity of this ware that we have been able to get it at a price that puts ill within the reachof fall I Our assortment consists of Gups and Saucers Pie Platejs Breakfast Plates Dinner Plates PIatters Gov ered Dishes Cream Pitchers Sugar 3 Bowls TaPots and everything else which goes to make up a FINE SET OF DISHFSC We earnestly invite yoto calland 0 inspect it when we wil citulIy give you full information ta a r to ecc OMit fall1SB1 Tr e iIiWE V ELDERrt r Il RieHMONDwoy I1d f i f l c IIi I F t i i- l I j tk1s11c ablets tho re no 1 ruman a DAY ablets y Hit- naturo great ennlie ibleU e day r it fiji f4- i t rI 7rIJS S 4I I rilu t SI- e1i u- ar t Stred l a w 1 l The Richmond Climax PtuprethrA j WliDNESDA Y AUU UST tJ 1000 PUIILIIIIJIOU CVKKY WKIIKK8IIAY BY CIJo F tl YKAK 150fjWWZ TICKETitJItT i flctJ4AIInYAN1 J j UIiV N8CN J joiRlCaRMROF fELSO- NrF ruB CtlICO8 a4EO U OIL EnT IilLLYir uin UIATORt ilwaJ r Assumliigrtie rcbpoiihihilities of edi tur ot the CLIMAX I realize that a dif ficult task has been undertaken even for ono of maturor years and experience nevertheless iny aim shan be to snc ixssfullj conduct the news department of this pupor in nuuh u that shall prove the iiiMAXiobe what it was iuleuiletfH uevvbpapor Wo cannot ycait forago to sprinkle our locks with silver threads before undertaking great aud ditllvult lacks lieiice lnnsinnc young in years but not Without some iXjHiiulice tlio eulluio chair to rtap Mlmuvtir uncmiVag meiil may lI6 iiiiii mid t4 htuiiU boldly before the lbI Mitli iiiltd head to the ihuvii tiiju ttIe1aipthat toliOtVuyiTuii- util MI ol llilb IKtUlO It Hot lien vaiv to ouie that ilie policy of the CLIMAX Mil reuiaiu us heretofore as itutt boon nwtociiilet with this paper id lulL ipur ieirn in the cajutcity ui buBuivM Ill lfnlurlUlitl my vievaotiti catly auil i uare uniierbtood ijr till UiilMAX teak rblu coiiclubion 1 Mill immiibu that it Uiiigunt lueeurch and coiibtaiit Hppliuittoii to thu interett of my reuderb vtll avail then my put iobutocrre the public IuLIie capacity of editor will bare been iicconipliihe Keapectfully A lJ MILLER i AT tho recent lulection two counties in Kast Ttilless o went Demooratia fur thu first time iu tntir hlntury Ax expression fnini Tutu fleet of lila opiuiun of tlc McKiuley uiliniuiatra tiou would bu iiitufeling at this tune Mu BRYAN iu being pressed to such am uxiuut lot sifecnue thul ituowiiKikn tiKv hwill uncut over the conn an 111111 b lie did Ill OKuANiKElo give battles to the tut lutes ol till republic If there is no Htive DVIII inane club In your neigh bifnuua taM oinps to Organize 0110 at UILtIT nas been dlscovorcd at Frankfurt thut Kupubliculi hnperiutendeut ol 1uulic Instruction WJ Davidson made nu iiixjrt ol tile wurK of his department lab I yoar us riiUired Ur law IIIL Maine jiiiiurnalorial canipaipi wini Iiugtii Jlojiiiiy wilt end HUH the HtHTtinu depiuuiuei IU Aialne in lar ii it al of ilner ritatcs ill tilt bnollllcoa tl litt pollttrul ciiliipiiiKim THE laboier tin travcliuiE mantiiinei UUd the great Iutbb ol coiinuon noile tliat Welt defxtv d III IbJO will veal tiiiir Vote this yeit lor that grpat frifiint 01tIlt cwinni 1It Vuinaw JtIII- lIhbli Urynii Tin Democratic rail iuivt employes in iijn ai4tuwhiu vuted for Miviiiirtv tjitrailroaders will Vote the straight Dem ocratic Uektn 7IAUL L KitNEii uiu owner of tlie lurKunt hook luinliiiK tiBtablislilllciit in tin United liateB located at Akron Oil in nuntiuiiffs liimeelf us agttiutit Kiiiiey fuur y jrn uxo lie woiked iar J fur lis elociiuii IP the Oeiiiocrals in eVery nelghbor liiiod will organize a cuu uiuii club and huid wuuKly lutetiu b until the close 01 HIM they will dibuover that a large majority ol their neighbors art let the repubhivniidaignhalet the empire WITH tile history ol I ur yearp of Haiinu jiiul litiuiiitifin before the Aiuoricaii Voids BIIVS the WnbhiugioD Thnud dova lie hUpionH that iiiiotlioi four years f iowei in the scum hatulb wotilu im a record If economy roform and honiwtO LIfa BmwerCOJl LEXINGTON KY AWAY AHEAD N AWAY BEHIND t WBI H Wl 4 Y ij BE 1 We can iiohiit ijouto ni mi that will certainly fciuitin tho most satisfactory advancement of your in UirestI ANP IT IS Visit our Ktoro duriiur the August sale Ve want to show yon the merits of this lifjjre1ind Carpet sale V waul InMrtW you jiifet how good nu deslrablp decpite the low 41M ces these ouerlngs are We Vautto cOlrillce you tbntnow is lie line to buy J t i AVo want you to know that our prices iireal ilnfeiytlloIowest want yen to try our superior per vicoi Wewant you to get acquaint ed withJhr bfoadr liberal policy that characterizes t this biisthesto reap the benefit of our big purchas ing power and to become as you undoubtedly will when you know usour regular customer CLFIBro8rCoIJ iqOADW Y 4 iX3NGTQrrKYp MBYEKKES seems to bo making hia anvass entirely on the strength of his personal beauty says tb Blue Grae8 Jllpper Beauty is but skin deepJI mil Mr Yerkes will have to find smugs lilnc CIO to Wile his warm advocacy iii Taylomm alttassinaUpn THE Mt Sterling Advocate passed its tenth milestone August 12 Heres hoping the Advocate may live to enjoy many wore tens and continue to lurn luh the citizens of Montgomery and mljoining counties that pure undefiled Democracy that has graced its columns in the past THE Liberty Congress of the Amen can JealrU Antiimperialists at In platformif imperialism opposing the reelection- r PresidPhtjMgKInlftyiandemphatical Ij fICvp Bryan forlPresident Iris predicted In Chicago that the price of sugar will jro up to 7 cents that tell Will go up 3 rents that coffee will cost 30 per cent moreand that the price of flour is to be Sncreaed The duel reasons for the advances seems to be that the trusts are to make theconsum er bear their campaign contributions B KuniiDEnTii who was a candidate for the Uepnlilican ulomination fur lisp rtsontatlvo from Ureennp county and who came within n few votes of the number to nominate in out DemoInON r WATT JIABDIN will make speeches for Bryan and Stevenson hut will vote for Yerkes for Governor He stood on a gold platform for Governor and made bilver speeches Winchester Democrat We ttsked him the other day if ho In tended to canvass Will ppeak for the national ticket he replied Paris Kentuckian Citizen TIIK official statistics of thus wheat cioJlS of the world for 18WMJXX have JIIM Icencompilrd by the Department or Agricnlture They show that in the countries of the Southern Hemisphere whise wheat crops are commonly in cludfd in statements of the worlds wlirat crop the pniduelion will hardly fulllepBihaii JCO543OQO bushels This Is iOiXOOl biiisbels short of last years production AnMralia and are the only rtnlltrlY shoWinganv materia- lroourt nllll I4II stuteuinnt to the Louisville Times of August 15h Gov McCreary navfi 11verilayTiinv reason to feel more nvsurvd f thecuccess of tho battle for DemcKrracy in Kentucky Every body se iiis inclined to return to tne fold Iud I feel that victory is sure Democratic clnbsare oJ all over the stats I have received many communications tq that e fleet J and big bundle of letters that I find here awaiting me will doubtless tell me of many other Democratic ohrunizationa bring formed The outlook is altogether encouraging JAMES Ji MCCHEAUY Chairman Democratic State Cam paign Committfe Uecorl1puLIfshel Arhillips has recently come out strongly for Bryan and Democracy ludepenuletutItIteditor in his remarks says We fear that thu old ship of State huts been strained from the course outlined by the Fat ileNof the Kepublicand thepurpose of the Democratic party is to swing her iBUkiiilo the old pathUehavedone well Iuv adhering to the policy of Washing hill Jefferson anil Jackson to avoid nn lan llnu alliances with the Old World Hryau null Weveimon stands for this and that is why we btnnd for them Gov Korkliamft election in alfco Hlronglv advocated by thin Record Is no better way are the evils of Republican rule evidenced and the fruits Imperialism shown thou in the rn morthut fourteen anarchists have left Italy for America with the avowed pur pose of nfKawinalini President McKin hey This fact makes patent to the world the light in which our departure fnnii JiITereoniau principles is held for when a republiccan institution funds deprtfOmhikes on monarchical ways suit aituusaa to become tim market anarchists then imleedjixs liberty become 0111u name and uothinc more So to prevent our sacred righteTnluerited from forefntliers who won them with their blood to pre vent these rlthtc from becoming mere ly a memory of the past let all true Democrats rail around the flag and- lItat in the IViBsiileiitial chair a man who will he n nan and no corporations ool or slave- LnEsToN II McKlNIKV who do rlnres he is It cousin of President McKinley anil wealthy stock raisor of Freeport llarpor county Kansas has rejected the Reonblion ticket and wjil vot for Bryan rand Stevenson He says be would rather have the Privies of Wales President of the United Stilton tlmii his cousin He tail In IfiOO 1 was willing to back my ousin to the extent of 4000 and did so winnfilg I liotijzJf lie would make a better President than he halo lint I find he caters to much to Enro pean Ptylewhich 1 ahd every other ruo A nieriran donpt like 1 believe the Princ of AValeff knows better how to conduct thus republic than does my cousin X should rather vote for him anyhow McKinley and imperialism will defeat the Republican party at the polls Iluis rldl and t am tobet Jomoney on it Twill vote for Bryan and tevens1tI iu order to help saye the re public TUB Louisville Post is a disturber of toe peace an inciter of violence an ad ovate of murder aDd all forms of law lesHiiesa The editor of that paper did oflawopen revolt than all other men in the State Notwithstanding this is true known of all Men In State tho editor of that paper poses as a man justiceWo of the but when a reckless heartless Oiillesp con louslese editor breathe out resistance and defiance to law and irrlor and op4ily advocates anarchism hero ought Ui e sonic law to close his mouth He becomes as dangerous to society and a greater dlsorjrnnizer than lawWhat t writer and journalist He appears too smart and snaps at lie once mlrocatnd with a creater ferocity than a dog with the tabbies If there is no law to stop him we tryhImU dangerous to the conulnunit In which hemoves and writes Gov BECKHAM Monday i8 unI1a proclamation convening the General Assembly in extra session at Frankfort flu Tnesday AugustS The only sub juct tot be Considered is the mod iflca ion or the amendment of the Goshe Kindlon LAW Tfieproclnmation reailg In accordance with Section to of the l onstitutlpu IJC W Btckharu Governor of the Commonwealth Kentucky lo hereby call the General Assembly the Commonwealth convene In the city of Frankfort on Tuesday August 28 1900 I regret the occasion for the rail as extraordinary and I design kJe M the bubjecttpbe considered b llieGenoral when It sballneet on the laic Rforvmiil the modification or Hmendment of the existing laws regn lating elections in thisBtato In testimony wliereof I have caused these Ietfre to be madepatent and the seal oftiia Commonwealth to bo here nntoaulxedt Done at Frankfort the IGtli day of August 1000 and in the 109th year of th6 Commonwealth JC W BKCKHAM By the Governor C Ji Mill Secre tary of State When the Assembly convenes a mes tags from the Governor giving his reasons for the extra session his IegfslaUotrtobehmebti i1ofho wilt support Bryan and go on the stamp for hum when his health will per mlt says the Louisville Tunes John son was the most uncontrollable gold standard nine on the Republican side of the House of Representatives The party bosses could do nothing with him on any compromise proposition and there is therefore peculiar force in this utterance ohm Indiana bumblebee I submit therefore that this is a dangerous time for a third party movement There is Just now too much involved to the republic to justify a new political organization ree I grant you would be an economic mis take but while it might damage it could not ruin The error could be corrected But Imperialism attacks the very form of our Government it de strovs the basic principle of our entire system It invites and will produce moral decadence in our conntrymen Such evils us these are not only appall- lug but are also nnremediablc In the grave crisis which now con fronts the country I cannot therefore waste my strength but shall give to William J Bryan and the Democratic as thus political factor pos sassing the disposition and at the same time at all likely to possess the power to avert the danger which hangs over us my earnest and enthusiastic sup port THE greatest demonstration of the Liberty Congress at Indianapolis Wed nesday was when George S Boulwell exGovernor of Massachusetts and Secretary of the Treasury in the Cabinet of President Grant concluded his address as permanent chairman with the declaration that ho had turned his hack on the Republican and would support Bryan President He said I helped create the JJepnbhcan party a party at that tune of justice and principle and honesty I now behave it is a party of ii justice and ilesiTotism mid I will help to destroy it And how There is but one available means and you know what that is I am for Bryiin Tremendous applause I am for Bryan iu spite of what he may believe concerning the currency or fi nance of the country This question to which we invite the countrys attention is a question of life or death to the re 11 you have not been deceived in a man and he promises to lIu what is right you are not to blame if you try him Mr Bryan to me stands in that position Even his enemies say noth- Ing against huiuii a UlPn In this very city he lies made the most explicit promises to pursue that policy which we advocate I am disposed to trust him If I look on the other side in my opinion President McKinley lisa promised several things and then done several things that do not run in liar mony with his Promises But now lie pledges himself a policy which we condemn i if we vote to sup port him in that policy we have no right to complain I bel ee Bryan is as honest In his purpose to redeem this country from degradation and its policy of imperialism as ally man who sits in this audience Therefore for one I am in favor of supporting Mr Bryan in spite of his beliefs in things roncerning which he has not my ap provalITits shameless misappropriation of the peoples money State otliiials at Frankfurt last winter fchould cattve even the most partisan representative of that party blush with slmtueaiH should cause them denounce in bitterest terms the methods employ ed Taylor and his gang to carry out their diabolical schieines The taxpay era of Kentucky some of whom per hips have had to suffer the torture uf hunger to do contributed to the tieasury their mites and to think their money has been expended iu order to hold by force ollices to which they were never legally elected and later to assist in the murder of Governor Goebel m the greatest disgrace that ever darken ed the pages of our hipsory The con dillon of affairs discovered in the State chives at Frankfurt last week should open the eyes of the taxpayers to the violation 01 the laws by the Republican officials and the misappropriation of ullurper1aylurInTlie cost of the Republican reign bc vinuing with the reorganization of the militia of the State on a partisan Re publican basis was over 30000 all of whicti was drawn without regard to the required forms of law and most of it contrary to law We find such items as these 150 for whisky and tho best whis pityingStatediepetscd by Gov Goebels first procla fiction The records in the Auditors office show that for three months prior to the assassination of Governor Goebel Govs Btatllvy and were spending money in organizing a military follow lug on whom they could count to do their will in any emergency In November they spent 84042 i in December 285587 and in January 220845 From January 31 to February 7 eight lays the sum of 9J8213 was with drawn from the Treasury The payroll of Capt Frank Praters countyfromthe names of ten men who were not en listedCapt John L Powers brother of Caleb Powers came down from Bar bourville with thirty men on the payrolls from January 30 to February 11 who were not enlisted and who were therefore not entitled to any pay even if the company had been called out hy thus Governor The company from Morgantown where Taylor hailed from prior to tak lug up his residence in Indianapolis had fourteen men who were not enlist edCapt Watkina company from Wil liamsbnrg carried sixteen men who had never been enlisted pl1Idtowere carried to Frankfort simply to fill TaylorAnother 5342 is made out by W L Bennett Captain of the Newport company This is for alleged service from February 7 to May 21 It paidineeIt is also found that not a nameon the company roll corresponds with any oxceptthRtNotwithsonding the above facts the Republican convention at Louisville Taylormany crimes are committed in thy uame MARRIED WHITAKJUI LONG F J Whltaker and Erne U Loutf were married on Saturday at till residence of Dr PinRoberts in ibis eltv Itev Oweti J Young nndidate for Kchool Superin tendent performing the etureu- nonyD1ATHS iIulsoMrs J U Simpson iltal at her hume npar Vrry Mo mlay morning Mt 2 wclock after a short ill uess of fever tier remains WITB in mrred in tlm faully burying ground lnnduyat4p iu Deceased WIS about 60 ywirs of age and a consistent member of the M E Church andwas 1 true and devoted mother and wife She heaves a hunbuuil und a large fain dy of children all of whom are grown to inmiru her loss IhtOADnu Mrs Patsy Ellen Broad daughterMrsKaunas niter long years of patient suf ferine having been an invalid for for years She was tho daughter of the late John E Mcllenry of Kingston this connty anti has mal y relatives here Her husband the late G V Broaddus Who served in the Mexican mid Civil wars was tho first sheriff of Madison county Mr and Mrs Broad dus moved to Kansas In l72 whore they have since made their home was a true and faithful Christian havI rig joined the church when but fifteen years of site Her death ia a great loss to the people who knew her and loved bur The happiness of the husband often Kp nda on his wife iIepQfiiton PERSONAL Mr L P Evans was In Lexington Friday Mrlifiijon White is back from gin cinnati ftlastMr G S Powell has returned froin LexlnfltonIMr Joseph Collins was in Lexington last week Miss Sttllie Taylor spent fair week in Lexington Mrs II R Smith anddaughterrisiL- ed in Ford last week Messrs B L Hanks and R S Cole man were here Sunday Mr CE Woods made a flying frip to Frankfort Saturday Mrs Grant E Lilly and children are in Irvine with relatives Miss Nell Frost of Lexington is vIs- Iting friends In this city Mr Elmer Deatberage is back from a few days visit to Lexington Messrs Henry White and Joe Watts took in the Lexington Fair Messrs Con Taylor and Roe Lackey took in the Berca Fair Saturday Mr W F Powers is out after a two weeks illness of stomach trouble Mr and Mrs Richard McKee visited relatives inLexIngton last week Mrs Vernon JJe gs nee Miss Mabel Terrill is tho guest of friends here Mr Chins Jacobs and daughter Miss Lizzie are visiting in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Harvey Clienanlt re turned from Lexington Thursday Mr Win G White of Louisville is with his family for a feW days visit Mr Charlie Chenaultof Winchcstot spent Sunday with his parents hero visitingPrufMr Henry L Perry and dauahter Gladys wero in Cincinnati this week Mesdames G G Prewitt and T T 2oviugton were in Lexington last week Dr T J Taylor and daughter Miss Thoiupie went to Lexington Saturday Dr A Wilkes Smith has returned front a pleasant stay at Estill Springs Mr W W Watts and Miss Fannie Parkes spent Sunday at Estill Springs Mr William Bybee had as his guest last week Mr John Jones of Mt Ster ling Mr Vernon Bepgs of St Louis has joined his wifewho is visiting relatives Here Miss Curraloen Smith has returned home froin a two weeks stay at Estill Springs Mrs S E Scott line returned item a visit to friends and relatives in Clark county spendIngnear town Mr Emmett Million who has been in I exingtou for some time returned home last week Miss Earl Chenault hAS returned from a visit to Miss Lillian Bryant in Jessamine county Mr P B Broaddus wife and two eons have returned from a few weeks sojourn at Mallory Mrs Lou Elgin of Georgetown is visiting her daughter Mrs H G Tur ner on Fifth street Mr and Mrs T A Rice after a pleasant visit to relatives here have returned to Stanford throughRichmondfrom Estill Springs Mrs G W Evans and daughter Miss Mary attended the Lexington Fair Friday and Saturday SterlingMrs Neale Bennett last week Mr Raymond Friable of Cynthiana was the guest of Miss Bradford at Mks Wagers Friday MontgomeryAlaer Jr on Main Street WltSInhome from Cincinnati Messrs T B Collins S F Phelps theLexingtonMr Frank Griffin the L JT freight minshngMessrs Clyde Hart and ll Dv don and Dr C C Hooker Lexington Fair Thursday Mr Allen Zaiing is back from a tour of southern Kentucky in the interest of the Zaring Mill Company spentlastprosperous and happy as ever Miss Lelia Bcattv returned home this toILittle Miss Mattie May Alverson of Richmond is visiting Mr and Mrs J M Alversou Stanford Journal Miss Nellie Scott has returned to her home at English after a visit to her uncle Beverly llroaddus in the coun ty Mrs M D Jasper who line been vis iting her sun Dr H C Jasper and family returned to Nicholasville Fii dayMiss Carolyn Reid who has been with her sister Mrs D M Chenault for a few weeks has returned to MU Ster ling v ExJudge ahd Mrs N B Turpin were guests last Friday of the formers brother J 11 Turpin at Kings Sta tion Misses Ella and Daisy Clark of Covlugton are visiting their father Uichaid Ciark and fatally at Cotten burg relunedvisit to Miss Annie Kennedy on Fifth streetMr Jett Smith who is working for the McGannFawke Colit Ir vine spent Sunday with his family in this city Mrs Ben Bohannon of Versailles has been filling Express Agent Harris place on the L t A during the latters vacationMiss OlHo March of Missouri returnee homo on Friday after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in this city und county MaryCampbellfemitv and Misses Lucy and Emma Maupm IlLiIl week Among the Richmond people at summer resorts are Miss Mary Logan Lull Mr R E Roberts are at Old Point Comfort ncoompauiedbyAugusta attended the Lexington Fair last Thursday Mr and Mrs W O Peyton and laughter Miss Nellie have returned to Lexington after a delightful visit to Mrs S K Misses ScottIIRichmond spent 8verall1av last week at the home of Dr A D Price Harj rodsburg Sayings Mr Robert Swafflold of Cincinnati with the Globo Tailoring Co was in oar city last week meeting old friends and making new ones Mr Albert Davis of Randolph conn countytwestyuisllstcr Mrs Noah Tevis daugbttrii8Mi George T SchoOlfJeldBul1in- or Harrodsburg n C thBtisyEsehi lcroilcpur0IRseJhisallaDd i Messrs Raymond Friable Bradley Shawhan and Will Triinnellof Cyn thiana wellknown herepaHged through our city en route to Estill Springs on Friday last Dr L G Barbour has returned from most enjoyable trip to Rockbridge Springs Va and is ready to re sume his duties at the opening of Cen tral University Mrs Lula Davis and children who have been the guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs K Parisreturned to Campbellsville Monday Accompanied by Miss Lucy1 Adams Sir and Mrs S Neville Moberley are vWiing Mrs MoberFeya parents la Versailles They will her probably untill fall when they will begin house keeping in Richmond Mrs Charlie McQeewife of our popu Jar insurance agent left last week for a mouths visit to her old home at iVaiikfort She was accompanied by her two children Cecil anti Christine Misses Laura Calvin of Chicago inline Logan of Iowa Dora Hull of Covingtou and Marie Harbor this city are the guests of Mr and Mrs Vra Langford at Cleveland this J D Feeny passed through Richmond Thursday become a very successful salesman and is booming Millers fragrant goods which are findIng a ready market Nothing like homo products Mixs Laura Jjynn assisted by Miss Katherine Keen a full graduate of one of the best Eastern Training Schools will open ajcindergartcn in the Hobson building on September 3 About 20 children are promised Tho local lodge of Elks attended the Fair at Lexington in a body Sn the opening day and received many corn iliments on their handsome appear flues for with the Richmond Military Band at their head and dressed iu their natty uniforms they were the real thing MrJ D Dykes and family are to taking a novol oiitiugthisweek Travel leg in one of Griggs commodious carriages are to tour Madison Clark and adjoining counties in search hopetlthatJimpart of it home Hon and Mrs Brutus L Clay returned home Sunday night from the Paris Exposition where Mr Clay has spent several months in his official capacity of United States Commission er Both he and his wife enjoyed thier stay abroad Immensely but in spite of the attractions of Gay Paree are pine to again see their old Kentucky friends Mrs Elizabeth Bedford and Misses Baylesleftbry at Richmond Mrs Joint Feeny will have as her guests next week Misses Bessie and Sadie Eaughman antI Lizzie Feeny of Richmond and LexingtonFarisKentuckianCitizen Mr Robert Crowe son the lale Win Crowe left Thursday for Spring Gar den Va where he will teach school Mr Crowe is one of Richmonds most althoughlastschool room he made a fine record Iud met with great success We predict for him n bright future Among the old CU boys encounter ed at Lexington during the Carnival we were glad to see Carl Wheeler who II now a prosperous physician at Lax ington Tom Shannon who is located at Littlo Rock Ark and Pewee Guth rie who is farming at Shelby ville also Cy Wait Joe enable Charlie Mc Matn and Cyrns Adams were there shaking hands with the Richmondites Miss Emily Chenault of Richmond- is the guest ot Miss Sallie Bryan in the country Mrs Dr Frazee of Rich mend is the guest of Mrs Martin anti expects to remain during the past week Mr Elmer Deatherage and wUo are spending the fair week with Mrs daughterily of Mr Land at Woodland Miss Sudie Russell of Richmond is tho charming guest of Mrs Tevis Wilker sonlrs t i G Prewitt and son of KicliiuoiiitTare the guests of the Misses Ethel and Lillian Watts during the fair Lexington hera- ldRWOIOUS Protracted meeting at Bybeetowu M E Church this week The Synod of Kentucky of the Prrs byterian Church will meet in Flemiugs burg October 18 Evangelist Saturdweeks or more assisted by Rev John U lickson thu pastor of the above churchAs result of the protracted meet tog hclil at Millers Schoolhouse a that church building will be built at ArgentAxanizcd and will hold regular services at Millers Schoolhouxe tiniJl the church building is erected Tho build log will Probably he erected in East Valley View PAINT LICK Miss Fanny Parkcs is at Estill feprinp1 Mr Will Rucker spent Sunday at lierryHy Miss Minnie Voodst of Hustotiville is the guest of relatives hero this week Miss Drown Zeiscr of Danville after a weeks visit to the Mltecs Francis re1 turned home Saturdar Miss Gallic Adams the beautiful quiteillMiss Fanny Wallace loft last weekIIfor the Moody Training School preparatory for her missionary Sirs William Lackey who has been visiting relatives in Missouri the past month is expected homo this stIrs F W Garrett of icekIaccompanied by her two chil guest of her parents Mr and C Irish atteudlngbnsinesspaid his father a short visit last week returning to Knoxville Sunday telchinlottbe namedIoiiit Alabamator of Miss Funny Wallace for several weeks left fur tier eodthern home last weekMrs E L WopdH Mrs Sallie Mc nnl1KathleenLick springs Sunday feeling mncli im ptovnil after a weeks sojourn at that wellknown resort Rev George W Shepherd who has ably conducted the protracted meet leg at Mt Tabor church closed the meeting Sunday night His eermoii were both eloquent anti powerful and hearersNlnq Catarrli Cannot bo Cured with Local Applications as they can not icach the seat nf the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional ityoumusttake directlyHalls Catarrh Curt is not a quack medI tliobestyears and Is a regular prescription Itis composed of the best tonics l uowii combined with thubcst blood purifiers acting directly on tim mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two in wonIfor tpstliwonlaT free F J On NE1 k Up ProToledo 0Sold by drUggists prfce 75e flaWs rethe UO ft nn4j- Jhitrq1s a great U in this J oc M fLfUVarm1weathiercontunuesfand loafers arefverVplcntifau R Corn crops arc extra good roasting ears are all the go A disease eimilar to cholera is slay Ing the fowls lucre M 1anqan of Ri Jhmond is supplylngf this with musical instruments Jlessrs JerryandNelluflBoshear sold ft nice bunch of hogs to Y1lon ltjtek riot kpQ1t1 Mr and Mrs Sanford Alcorn have just returned from the mountains where they have beet visiting friends and relatives Miss Mattie Young of Dreyfus and Misses Ella and Julecla Toff of Red Lick are studying music nnder the Inr atructioifof Miss Ocy B EllisonI Flattery makes people sick unless they are able to swallow it Money is that which will buy any thine but happiness and carry you anywhere but to heaven Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON COUNTY COWl ZT RICE c PlatnttK- iOsPEtrnos AH persons claims agatn4 the estate of Tjylor Rice are hereby notified to file the sam le ill verified Ih the undersIgned or Z T Rice Admron or before the lAth day of September or samr wlllbe barred S E SCOTT Jt O M O C SSII ang224wWHAT IT MEANS isuiot obscure All our efforts are di rected towards relieving our patrons from the torture of aching TEETH And all operations are as free from pain or inconvenience to the patient as it possible to make them Our treatment is always successful because we have skill experience and a lull kuowl edge o- fflodern DentistryMy practice is three times its large as it was last HOBSON Dentist Ricldnond Ky Office next doortoGovermncntBldg in Hobson Bldff Richmond Kyx Of fice open all niplit 1yM1Ii reUt r tw 5 Te GRCATeST AGe eflutvcrygreat easier with this Separator It does away with expensive machinery and equines no power or fuel to run It No farmer with two nr more cows en- snnennearfl www afford to be without one Manufactured In three sizes Noa I a and 3 prices 800 1000 and 1500 each Liberal discount to Agenti Agents wanted in every county Write at once to Ed S Cushman CZXXZRVIZLE Lt IDeam I I OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN The loss we speakof is the loss of all profits ooeur stock 6f JL West Misses Mens Boys and Childrens Shoes and Mens and Boys Clothing Our fall goods will soon be Tcoming in We dont propose to carry these lines hereafter We need the room and the Cash If you can use the goods you willnever find a better opportunity to save money in buying them They go at COST Many of them below cost 300 values in Ladies Sirwesgo for 199 A light stylish serviceable and strictly uptodate shoe at less than manufacturers cost is what we show you in that line 200 values go at U5 You will py200 or 225 for this line of shoes elsewherejtJ6 99c buys our regular J50 line of medium and heavy Ladiesso s Bargains every one of them 6 ccc ID13 1M ti i1wMl m IlliJm ID1J QS Sm pi to asfiKB Our Ladies and Childrens Slippers are correct in style and unsurpassed in quality They go at 49c 75cf 9c 99c 119 and J25 You will surely be pleasedwith themt J6 6 499 for Mens regular 7 50 Suits in Worsteds and Ctvssimeres They are correctly cut properly made and build to wear Other Suits as low as 225 a Will close out our Boys Shoes 175 150 and 125 values at 100 Your choice of the lot at lot price Vta could tell you of more bargains if we had more spice The same low prices prevail our Dry Goods department as before YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THIS WEEKS BARGAIN SALES Cor Main Richmond OlEN MCKEEFirst St Kentucky Executors Sale I As Executor under the will of the late Miss Amandeville Boggs I will on Saturday Sept 1 1909 at JO a m offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder at her late residence formerly owned by W R Boggs decd the following described prop erty viz- tJanMtald Kitchen m Furniture riri IItht HogsFineBeacon Lard 2 large straw stacks 12 acres growing corn in field J50 rdswood 15000 feet fencing plank and lumber 300 fencing posts At the same time I will sell the land consisting of 210 14 acres well improvedand adjoining the landof G B Turley T C Bronston Jno Mason J B CornelisOn and others It will be sold in two parcels and then as a whole and largest bid accepted Terms on day of sale W L CRUTCHER augShf Ezecutrr IwSEE O R J Rchmondg i fChaIPpIo1 nr r eWhthtDii11s Disc Plows and WagonsBEFORE t nceIA= e oven Wire Fence made t tlI D OUGLA SSIMMUNS HARDWARE STOVES TIXTAIX mchlIy OAIADEL Ut1EJ FHAQNI In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material carriagebuggy Kon1uoky Crriaga Works JOHN DONELSON Proprietor rT IS WORTH WRILE To inspect our stock to take time and look leisurely through our store Our line of c c Of all grades is now complete and the low prices as well as the articles are sure to give satisfaction Chamber Suites Oaks or Mahogany also odd Bedsteads Iron Beds handsomely brass trimmed best of Workmanship taiiestIyRockers a home comfort in largevariety Chiffoniers Odd Dressers mId Stands RooniChairslight strong and durihle i f And many other Tjargains too numerous to mention C SarpeIitrbkil Slcwi JMrMilwardGBrown Under the of- r liD S1JOPLIL INight Phone fj 6 Day Phone 73 JJ ocQ Iit 1= 1rr I IPrlItSJDwsthO1h 0 j J t etl t IjJ 1 4 1 I j J 1 1 A A i The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 800 local ad of lost black lace straw hat iu this Issue- Richmond Colored Fair tomorrow Friday aud Saturday See II S Stout the Tailor before buying your fall suits Tho Aunst term of the Gorrard circuit court convened Monday Jnctffn Million gave Butler Hudgim 90 days ill j lil Siturday for petit larceny Five ruin jciittaKO for rent price 10 per iuuiiili Apply to Du G AV EVANS nuglotf E ct urinr trihl to Nfttnra1BrId = Sunlay iiwcvj Lde1nt at92j Si M round trilloNinril pi hKt Mtar mill flour 8IuiI at II A Baxterugrocery on Second Street augltf TIc first colored fair ever held in It rlimoiiil will biih tomorrow and COUtillUH lliriMI llrtVH Mr Trim IhItJi one of Cynthi amis most popular young men is dead in Manila of dysentry Henry Hny shipped flvo hogs heads of tobacco from Valley View to Cincinnati last week Lookout for II S Stout He is coining to the front with a new stock of woolens latest designs Walter Ledyard of Danville was drowned Thursday while bathing in the Ohio river near Vauceburg The l lark county teachers insti Inii is in session thin week with Prof Ramsey of Carlisle as conductor Harvey P Green and Miss Julia BrnaddUK were married at the home of the brides parents iiimr Moberley Thursday Natural produrt while not as white as patHiit flour in much better for health Iur bale at Itl Maxtor on c1ttrlt augllf The Southern Lumber Company did not resume operation last week on account of thepxi4ssively hot weather says the Argent The Democrats of Glade District are requested to meet at Mcnelaus school hon o next Saturday at 2 oclock Important business The contract for the erection of a public VHult in this city has been awarded to Mr Sam Uice by the Rich mond Cemetery Co Mr Chlt 8 Willx of Panola and Miss Jennie Todd of Speedwell will be married at the brides residence today RevJ1 Wills will officiate foe Watts property of Juhn It OlifiiHult won another eood race last woek at Glenu Falls N Y Purse Sl500 Best lime being 2Hk John Clause charged with bigamy waved examination in Judge Miliiimn court Saturday and was held over to the grand jury in the sum of SOO Mrs Mary McAfees residence in Winchester was struck by lightning last wiek and considerably damaged Mrs AlcAftHS formerly lived in Irvine Mr U M Chonnult severed his connection with the Dispatch Publish jug Co of Louisville Saturday by dis posing if hi one share of stock toC E Smith for 50 cents Capt A K Logan a prominent Confederate Veto1 an who served dur- i ug the Civil war inUcn Juhn Morgans- command diet at his home in Danville Tlmrsilay after Khnrt illncK Mr lid Ihinie has bought t lie pretty little home of Mrs Belle Mc Dowell on West Main street und will soon WOVe his family then tu Mrs Jo S Joplin will oicupy the residence va cated bv Mr Hune An out criminal wuMiuce krd what was the first step that led to his ruin when he HiiswiTfil The lint step was cheating an editor out of two yearly subscriptions Whi u I did that coi Id not tliuke him ofl The resideiiceof M rEiihu Campb T hear Irvine was struck by lightning on list Monday nfltruoon and dapiaged to who1W1l8was ly injured An Omaha woman who gave birth to twin babie hits sued u hoodoo doc tor who promised that the spirits would send her a Iwy According to the pic tUft there are no boys among the spirits mill she should Imvn known better Cyiihiaim Deminrat Iiieri MAX oweslls tliinkn to the Kt hmis UiiUiii Co il St Ijiuiis Mo for Biilli very II ii piioio hiitions of Iti vin ami StoviMisoti Ttiny art bpluti did likuessuH of our ntxt President mid Viet President and anyone wishing campaign buUoiiP will do well to cur reifiiiid with the tbnv nmn d company 1 O KaliMpl of Kim Tree Inne IcKiiKion was painfully injured by being thniwn from his buggy His hor e became fricheiied at some large ciirimiu rock thin cHU ing the mcideut Mr RillartrURMin nf Oapt P P Ball rIf t hitioityii ml we rfgret to learn of lila miMiortuiie ansi trust a pemiy recovery Deputy SlieriirUnwddns on Mon day was called upon to put under ar rest Mr Win Moss Chastiuo a gentle man from Kockcaitie Mr Chastinos oir iise coilsiiwdfu being too free with hits sliooling irons amltMCprted by oue of the Kockcaslle police he WHS taken to his native county to answer to the charge of malicious shooting The Green County JJecord says Mrs E TJ Vanco canned a jar of pre serves iu 180S placed it in the collar and the follpwfm winter water rose aud las frisze six inches around the cm Tiic batik caved in and covered till jar Today the jar was unearthed and tilt preserves wre found to be just as JItJthey Were whmi put np The residence of Mr D Bates tackelford was entered by thoives Munday evening and a Smith Wesson revolver and tweilty cent lu change Btnlen It supposed that the robbery was committed while the family were at the baud concert down town The rubbers were i lick enough tocover their tracks and left no elm behind Shelby County Fair is Aug 28th four lIars This ii one of themlftsl1ccesaful Stock and AgricultURil Associations iu Kentucky Every one iu its wide soc tion is interested aud not a few who have visited once make anuunl returns Thi year it is expected to be more at nairtive titan ever roads leading to Slielby villo give special rates Nat Ris3 and hh band of comedi lIB drew a fair sized crowd totbe Opera Huiise niulit and for two hours or more furnished merriment of a high order to nit appreciative audience Mr KeLs is au old favorite ti his pprformancos on the board are esgerly sought each year by the llichmond tlieatncal migrates anti iti ftTrip lo Trarnptowu hie scored a decided sue cesi An Ohio editor saya that bavfeverfs citised by kissing grass widows A Missouri editor says it is caused by a rass widow kissing a fellow by tmoon light An owneilitur says it Is CluSIJ- hy thin 4ehlow linJ Juis girl whileJie is feeding hay to a cow an eastern Kansas exuhiatigek of the opitiloit that nnd It is till kissing thccovApohtlcal tdltor flUS it is auled by too much ll1 the hay day youthigTcR Bajs- Oi last Wilt Johnson a voting white boyhiy a lot of yottngsterd wilb sproeec4ed Iuiie rOIRIUK Joublcbairol shot IIU Attkt M Umrnonea to the tceflt1fl1 hu Jike wise WIt for a fw intpUte JtOOd si- hay ne Was 118V5ft1r artested d on Stuitlay in peI oWt lId given tintiaye jy e lre rathiyiied to announce J REr OWEN J YOUN fciDdldaie for il rlnkrin d ScliovUr abcct tOtbcCttUI5TUb1partr Sfidl In Nebraska Bruce Richardson formerly of tliis county was shot at Alliance Neb nightHisthiscounty today Ej7iy Frommy fItl iItS on Annst 13 a I ue red or yplluiiiliylehufIIl1- cow flush with under signed and receive reward P M ti NKIY 22augtf llichiiiond Ky Gas For Ml Stwling While boring for oil nearMU Sterling a large flow of natural pas was struck last week The quantity is great enough it is claimed to supply Ml Sterling Winchester cud Lexington Several Mndisouians are interested 5r this company Wool Carded Elliston Millswill card your wool in to rolls On account of the limited amount carded the cards ate not run every day but persons desiring their wool carded call send it III and got rolls at some specified time in future jul 1tfErLlsTON MILL Co For Sale Privately I will dispose of mv property prl vatcly lying in tho forks of Itichtnond and the Copper Greek III Garrard county Fj r further information call onnA U or Jas M Denny Point Leave J or the undersigned at- Richinollli W K DEXXT 13jno 3m- Pension Board Reorganized Upon advice of the Commissioner of roorganizWednesday Dr J W Harris the new appointee presented his creden tials antI was chosen treasurer of the board Dr Phil Cohorts resident and Dr J A Gwynn becretarjv A FAIR OPPSP I will fill any order for you at the jowclrylinecity Selected from anybodys cata logue that you millhvJ thereby saving yon expense Respectfully janiMyr DP ARMER New Store Building Messrs Turpln Stone Co were awarded the contract to erect the new oppositojjbbuilding which is now undercover is teingerected for Mr J K Greeuleaf hut will be occupied by Mr II Jouett who will conduct a IliBlchis grocery jHeOught to lava iI saysRevcounty in till lower house of the Kentucky Ueicral Assembly is the father III seventeen chiltlr fourteen of whom live with him and nine of are girls He wlllli1alldldIIO for the DemHtriitic nomination fur county judge A Serious Accident Lisrweek as Dave Qrady andwife wcio ictuiuint from Paint to home near that place their horse be canto frightened and kicked the buggy to piecon Mr Uradya right leg was bioUen just above the ankle and his left lug was considerably bruUed Mrs iiRidy sinuige to say escaped without injury New Church Building As a result of the protracted meeting held at Millars school house a Baptist church building will bu built at this place says the Valley View Argent A Baptist congregation has been organized and will regular services at Millers school house until the church building is erected The building will probably be erected iu Hast Valley View Louisville Atlantic R IL Special Service During the months pf July and August a Saturday night nd early Monday morning train will bu run to and irotu Irvine enabling heals of families to leave homo after business hours on Saturdays spend two nights uiil oim day at the Springs and roach home Monday in time for business AI18julAn Unfortunate Occurrence When the new windows for the Methodist church arrived last week it was found thalone of themhad been broken in shipping The officers of the church have refused to acccptany of them unless tho loss As made good The window Which was broken IM a meinorial ono iven Jo S Joplin and was time handsomest one ja the loV iUnlucky13 sr Thirteen appears to have figured to some extent in the Powers trial at Georgetown He engised tlijrUjen lawyers to defend him lila trial On the 13th bfJuly auiU he concluded lila testimony on the 13th of August Twelve men found him and the judge miLking thirteen sentenced him w lIfo imprieomnfciit Iii tile State pent tentiary Like a Letter From Horne Edilor Climax OBKARVIMEf Mo Allgi 16 1900 Dear Sir I think my subscription to the CLIMAX has about expired and I write to take advantage of your iberal offer Enclose find 125 for the CLIMAX and TwiceaWeek Courier Journal Both papers seem like old friends and welcomed each week like a lette- rfromhomc31flSW G DUBKETT Bird Shoot No doubt the excessive hot weather of last Friday had something to do with the small crowd that attended the the weekly pigex i shoot at Madison Gun Club Park There were only four entries which are published with score below uIt Turley ioinooioioonooniioiOiboufl2- M O Jasuer T8 V II Hobson 111011111101110101000111 ir- Q Morgan COrpOlol1l1I1UOOUOOOOI13Glrned During the severe thunder storm here August Und a curious freak of lI itrikinV occured in the tobaccofthhI of Joe McClure where there wore or other cave the tobacco plantS says the Winchester Run The light ning skimmed along for forty or fifty yards burning the tops of the plants whose it descended a couple of plantsI tenting a hole In the ground ss a mans list literally burning uft some forty other plagtsnearest to those it sriitk g rea Fair Beporte frpmtho air which occupied Friday Saturday oL last weekdays it was a Jnanwally aUd otherwise TbeiUBt uavs tteud but tie seconditnco was rather JiRfit day amply compensatwl with the im mense throng Jt horses and cattle rings other exhibits were al Both and trolling races holly contested amid furnWmed Lnjueh spotS Tho weather was otaed- dr and fQ1alle klljjigs wftt- ted bythIJprep4JQ Deputy li Br l LadleflL6 l thQCQHtt strawiireuritrur Jlie list too Deathcrnge wil- lnhmbrriiy paid for their trouble 4Destrei1 by Fire A hpufoon Second Rtrce near ZVtndU son occupird bvJop Uihltnn Phichiuiiilutugthfire i1pnrmnui rehmetj hcnp i11ItiJIlllIr6Jfi Slock i otIJrt H Oil uii4lniiirt Irlaektm11JJIJ1 II iI yVTsTnetday Green Noland sold to ohn WBgers about 25 1000pound cattie at 4 cents a InslruQlors for ptnlralUniyejsily- Tliree new naims have been placed CentralUnIVuA Jclfofs will an3 Greek Prof HH l rafpenTpT will fililie chair of Chemistry and Goo E nmim will bu Physical Instructor timid will also teach French antI German Each of these gentleman punio highly recom proevalullble fiblic Sale Tlie public fialo last week of J H Jones administrator of Mrs Pauline Perkins deceased near Baldwin was well attended Tho crop of growing corn was sold and brought from 35 to 145 per barrel to be delivered at the heap Seven thousand sheaves of oats were od at prices ranging from 12T to S135 pur hundred One mare and mule cult was sold for 75 one horse at 45 old corn 3 barrel about 20 head of hogs were disposed of at jpcr hundred two piilcb cows brought 52 one yearling steer 520 hoUEchohljgoodB brought r prices Sad Death nayLillieCatherine Parks died fracture of the skull caused by a blow from a poker claimed to have been struck by Bessie Piukston another colored child aged seven The solo witness of the aflali was Robert Chenanlt a fouryearoFd boy who says ae Pinkston struck the blow JJesslenowerer denies if and says the Child fell and hurt her self On account of the mixed evidence the jury summoned by Coroner Brown rendered a verdict that the child came to her death by fracture of the skull cause unknown Owing to the youth of the party accused nothing can by law ShirtWaists For Men Shirt waists for men have appeared in manY cities A man was arrested in Cincinnati for wearinJa right gay one last week Mlchn well known business man was refused attendance at the Russell House cafe for tlie son that he was wearing a mans shirt waist James Stuart one of the proprietors ofthe Hotel Cadillac thought metis shirt waists would bu al rfiht in his cafe if they were anything like the pretty waists the ladies wear In pursuance of instructions by Mayor Hatch of Camden NJ the entire police force appeared on the streets as shirt waist men Many of the officers wore suspenders the first day but after that all wore belts Stale Taxes The state Board of Equalization has finished its work and filed its report with Auditor Coulter showing that the total value ot property assessed in the State is 574807064 winchproduces 2730 022 in taxes at 47 cents on 100 which is the rate this year instead of 52 cents which has been collected for past three years Owing to the failure of the county assessors to make the as sessment about 12000000 of stock in National banks escaped taxation this SuprcmeCouninaklll it for taxation It is likely that some of the assessors failed to obey the law The total assessed value of property this year is slightly larger than last but the tax income will be 220000 less peeaufte of the 5ccnt reduction in the tax rate Irvine Will Probably Geta Colleqe The citizens of IrV1 eanil Estill County are makiiig a Btrongeffort to BaptistCtlUtold in Irvine at the Court house last Saturday and much interest was mani rested by all present Judge Robert Uiddell was elected Chairman and Mr J F Harris were made by Rev ti F Thompson of Louis villa Hev D Clay Lilly of Alabama lion J B White Rev JE Abbott Judge W H Lilly and others after which subscription paper was passed around and 2000 a site for the College was contributed irvipe is a suitable place for such au institution anti we earnestly hope tlio citizens of tbav own and county will meet with success in their efforts to obtain this addition to their already enterprising little city Outrageous Conduct OnenlghtL last weqk while a crowd of young people from Shelby ville and county were out enjoying ahay ride some of time number trying to nako the occasion more lively began to 1liombard with pistols the residence of Mr Peter Jee whose wife was very ill TInt extreme noise and excitement added to the seriousness of her condi tion Theyoung people will now have yjirrantshavOwill have to appear in the coupty court and will be fitted lor their outrageous conduct and some of themtmay have to sojourn for a while in jail for carrying concealed weapons It seems too thata crowd of young peoplebeloiiging as thid didto rolDineut families carinbl go outforaVpleaaanC evening without of becoming too gay Perhaps this experience will be a lesson to all so iucliqcd Gold Brick Monday morning a report gained rapid circulation around town that on the property of Miss Florence Hoodon Street a find of marvelous richness had been made Rumor had It that nine thousand dollars had been found lnMiBS Hoods collar buried in many feet of earth But on being in terviewed by a CLIMAX reporter Miss Hood denied the tale and laughingly told its source Several days ago she employed two colered men to clean out her cellar and in doing so times dug a large hole without any apparent cause saying only that they were removing rubbish Mini Uooda cook an oldtime superstitious darkey on viewing the excavation the men had made evidently saw double for itwas she who spread the report that an Eldorado had been discovered No truthwhlltevertliu is in tho story and if the negroes who cleaned the cellar struck a Klondike Miss Hood says thoytook it with them for nothing moro than the holo remains to her Family Chlarelormed A mysterious case came to light last Thursday morning when it develoced that an attempt been made during the proceeding night to chloroform 4lje family of Mr K A King a resident of Moborley avenuo Mr Kings wife wait absent from home arid Only lie and Kev ernt small children were in the houaest- the time On awaking late in the morning they discovered time unmis takable effects and odor of chloroform hanging about the house and proceeds l at once to search for any articles that might be missine Only 275 in money were the trnits of the thieves and with kind consideration they lefl behind the pocketbook irora niiich It bad been stolon No cilO to the sea rxuders was left Itelijml but a few nights later Mr King took a SIOt at ereluist8al houses about town have been attempted by burglars lately and It be hooves citizen to prepare to fiIhJI fw well ns prayhoefUf8a rioft hiM dowi toeloqp aa ounce oX pt1IveaWlvd always worth a pouud of cure hiI ib 21 ZG u SPECIAL SALE O- FSHOES EVERY MAN WANTING A PAIR OF SHOES WILL SAVE BIG MONEY IF THEY BUYOF US Come and see and get Prices we want to CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE SUMMER LINE OF SHOES Covington Mitchell Public Sale I will on Saturday September 1 ex pose to public sale on the premises farm stock and household Among my stock is the celebrated bull by Gondolier out oh Forrest Belle 91h bred by Col T S Moberley If farm does not bring fair price will rent pub itchy on day of sale W T lUnxiss 22aug2t Prof Davis School at Valley View The public school at this place opened Monday with Prof It Lee Davit of Richmond Principal and Miss Annie Duncan in charge of the primary department Seventy pupils were en rolled the first day and by tlie cud of the week it is expected that fully one hundred will be in attendance Time new desks ordered two weeks ago from Chicago having been delayed in transit but it is hoped they will arrive in a few days and then Valley View will have one of the best equipped school build hugs iu Madison county Prof Davis taught here several years ago and his splendid success then justifies the Board of Education in believing that time school nder his management will be one of the best ever conducted here His assistant Miss Annie Duncan is a graduate of Madison Institute of Rich raoud and comet highly recommended he will board for the present at Mr Wm Ledfords Valley View Argent Shocking Intelligence With much sorrow the many Madi son friends of Mr John Dilliucham of Platt City Mo received the sad news of his death last Monday Mr Dilling ham in bis capacity ofbheriffof PJatt county was heading a posse persniog Dr Harringtonof that county wbothe same moruinphad committed two cold blooded murders- In a quarrel over a line fence the doctor lund shot and instantly killed Mr James Wallace a wealthy farmer and not contented with that fnurder proceeded to also kill Mrs Wm Wal lace his motherinlaw Though the fiend succeeded in escaping with his daughter he was persued anti overtaken by time visitants under command of Sheriff Dillingham As they came within firing distance time murderer opened the action by unloading his re volver in the breast of the bravo Sheriff who fell mortally wounded but not be fore he had shot Dr hlarnlngtou through the heart The sad intelligence of Mr Dilling hams killing is sincerely deplored on all hands for he was a very popular man and a most capable ofllda He was well known here being a nephew of Mr Henry Dillingham and a brother of Mrs H II Colyer The Shoe Fits Too Tight The Argent of Valley View came out yery wrathy last week because a minister 1 had denounced their recent icecream supper and dance for the benefit of the school house 1 have been misquoted or had the wroua construction put on my words and want to answer some things in that are ticle 1 have expressed myself plainly on this subject but was not assailing anyoneBimply denouncing sin in some of its vilest formsand in so doing I seem to have trampled Innocently upon some loose consciences Mr S you are either misinformed or scratch mug for something to fill your paper when you state that I have intimated that your wives and daughters Wore onlvflt to associate with women of questionable character I made no such Far from that I said nothing concerning their fitness I did say if the ibcst people of Valley View were in that dance they were out ut their places and am prepared to prove tliS stat ttJentollr view to the contrary Ask Mr Taylor and Rev Warner Some of the best people in your place were at home and more were at my services at Millers school House Even Mr Taylor admitted he did not of the dance Mr Taylor whom I consider one of invbesl was there and I was talking to Win at the time I made the above statement lam opposed to the lance In any orits forms because it is one of the grealesl foes to the Christian religion It would be nonsense for me to softsoap time devils machinery and then try to sew the seeds of the gospel in the same Held As to my Christian character it is open for inspection I was born amid in Hawkins County Tennessee living there until I was twenty five years old In 1895 I was married to Miss Debbie J Chandler of Jessamine county and have lived there until mat December About 7 years ago I was ordained to the gospel ministry in the Baptist church at Compromise Hawkins county Tennessee aud have since tried to preach the true gospel of Jesus Christ I have tried to live with a clear conscience bottf before God and man But this gospel has always been antago uislic to the worldly minded and always will Time twowih1uot go hand You say the dance and icecream sup per was for tIme benefit of the school house an institution that goes hand in hand with time church hi doing good uplifting fallen humanity and saving the race I am astonished at such claim The statement will not hold good because the world has had schools from the earliest of history and never saved asclnn4 never Schools work on the surface and the gospel works on the heart Jut you say tho schools go baud in hand with thecliurcb and then according to your practice the dance ROM band In hand with the school then you have the church goiug in hand with the dance Things which go hand in band with the same thing go band in baud with each other The dance of the XIX century Is a blotch upon the lair name anyplace and I sam sot willing to shut mouth WlKMMcli UBgodliness CORletl1 before my eyw I am commanded to rebuke all sack Again I Am comi manded to shaa the very appearance oV evil Mr S advocate something next tlmothat will pay outM lam tote the dance did IMU Your creanrand cakeawere doubtless good and woulti havo served a good purpose if youjind only lft ot the daace I have irking ioiui without the dnncAi qulliiIn th indupyouyto give inesoRui couoeel k not wet taker I innt Dae1 frpo a HMD wh hllmalre eU MlofJife FrJ nd LL KYLE no Z o z goC 0e 8 Clue Grass Seed That Will Come Up I will sell 3000 to five thousand bushels of Blue Grass Seed on two hundred 2K and sixty acres of land Terms cash paul in advance to me iu person White lieU No letters OASSIUS M CLAY 51U1UCO RegisterLexington Leader Paris Kentnckian Citizen will publish CLAY t mav25tf Lexingtons Elks Fair Thursday time banner day at the Fair was largely attended from this city and county there being 178 tickets soul by the L N and 40 over time L A Time Arcadian Villa grandstand and promenades were one solid mass of bu manity estimated at 28 000 At 2 odock a terrific storm visited the grounds and the rain poured in torrents and in less time than it takes to tell it time track was an impassable river much to the displeasure of those from a distance who expected seeing the host racing of the week NOTES MI 11 Todd secured first premium on deuce and haukeruhlcLcase- Mwsre Bales McElwain were somewhat iu it with their string o show horses having secured first premium for best mare or gcldTng shown to rockanay Hilly Hoggs by llaxhall dam Mary Neale own d by John B Chenault won the 220 pace last Wednesday in 221 Messrs Traynor and Gormley of this place we regret to say got their excel leul 3yearold mare Mary C defeated The Uichmond Silver liand from all sides WHS highly complimented They attended in a body with the li P 0 Ets on the fl ret day when they were forced into service aud sent out with committees on reception Dhi you purchase rubber ball They are the talk of time town- Republican J Convention The invasion of Richmond by the Re publican hosts on last Monday served to break the even tenor of our way and to enliven timings up somewhat Their purposH was to nominate a Congression al candidate from tlie Eighth District and the surplus flow ot oratory and polities they omitted tended to make oven time hot weather hotter The bun try and thirsty crowds got here early thus gladdening the hearts of Mine Host George Corzeolius and Monsieur Stewart Jones some arriving Sunday night and others Monday morning but the majority poured In on the after noon trains of tho convention day To inspire enthusiasm time Richmond Military Baud had been engaged and their artistic renditions furnished the patriot- Ic touch to the conclave Prior to time meeting the lobby of the Glyndon assumed quite s metropolitan air and appearance with its corridors filled with ettJbryo politicians full ot importance aud under the impression that the fatu of the nation rested on their heads Promptly at230 oclock tho convention was called to order by Chairman Wilmore of Nichokuville After prayer by the Kev Rider who madeauelo quent plea for union harmony and the selection of the best man the Congres hional Committee recommended that lion J W Caperton of Madison county and Dr J H Welch of Mercer bu made temporary Chairman and See letary respectively Upon being esS coned to Mr Caperton made an etfective humorous address eulogiz lug MrKinleyand his administration Next Mr a colored delegate newly elected to time temporary Secretary hipl made a short speech glorify lug Republicans and Republicanism A motion was made and carried that committees be appointed on organ ization credentials resolutions During conference of tlie committees tho band played a llvelj selection which was favorably received Mr C U Wallace was then named Assistant Secretary and the band played on After the naming of the committees iv motion was made that the convention adjourn until seven oclock lathe evening which after some discussion woe carried Convention called to order at 730 by Temporary Chairman Caperton The Committee on Organization recom mended that Caperton ani Welch be made respectively permanent Chairman aud Secretary The Committee on Resolutions endorsed the National Republican platform eulogiz mug McKinley his Chinese and time Kentucky State ticket and demanded the repeal of time ioobel Law Time Committee on Rules decid ed that nominating speeches be limited to five minutes and seconding speeches to three minutes and Unit no motion to adjourn baUm order until the business of tho convention be finished rime Committee on Credentials reported no contests whatever and that all dele gates were entitled to vote Time thanks of the convention were tendered to time giver of a beautiful boqutt donor unknown Time name of Capt Wiley Searcy of Anderson was then presented to tIme convention by Mr T J Ballard Mr N U Miles of Jessamine wa time can didate next presented for time considera tion of time house aud was followed by the name of Mr T C Lowry of Madison county presented liy Postmaster Wallace and seconded by Mr R A Morton The claims of Mercers candi date Mr T M Cardwell next claimed lime attention of time audience as pro sented by one of lila enthusiastic trench men Ruckcastle county was then heard fpim in jriving to the convention time name of Dr J M Williams and after Messrs 1 F Petty of Shelby John Speed of Spencer were proposed the house was to nominations and ballottlng commenced- On the eighth ballot DrJM Wil hiatus of Kockcaatle received sufficient number of votes to be declared the nominee of the convention which was done amid ranch enthusiasm Mr Williams is a doctor by profettuton- end said to be a very higbiyducited- youajmants1Jaitbont as achuice jy be madebr our benighted RISe n brothers BnthisTae is far from b ng won form the HOrtt G 0- OjIbertIMs will linda foemau worthyof hit Mel and when the umoko runt the 6rlulIiDftin November we havij no hwiwcjcy in Mrmic that Mr Gilbert beflret suud tha reo WhllNllr TilE WEEKLY SALES AT TH1E8UlY TOD1J ULLbtWTiF I VOL fENCE Are crowding the stores daily with a h Buyers anxious to ta advantage of the many goothings that are being Slaughtered the GREAT STORES ALL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES have been marked down until you could never realize they brought their former prices Many of them are selling at less than 12 price All Carpets Linoleums Rugs Mattings Oil Shades Lace Curtains Tailormade Suits that were advertised last week will still con tinue to be sold at prices namedon them during these weekly saIeste f The Specials For This Week t Are all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRICKS Our stock ofwash goods has just been added to by a large shipment of choice things in DreSdon Jacquets Prinirose Battin Cloths Golden Rod Dimities Satin Stripes and Organdies from one of the largest importing houses in the East These goods will all be included in this closing out stock sale Many of the choicest things in Dress Goods are still to be had in the dress goods stock and former prices will be entirely lost t sight of in this great slaughter of prices to close them t This Sale Will Price on C0ttDuring Follows tGood 44 Sea Island Cotton at 5c worth GJc Trion Mills AAA Brown Cotton 5ic worth 7c Good 44 Bleach Cotton 4c worth Gic Good 44 Bleach Cotton no dressing 5c worth 7c Londsdale Blea h Cotton 7c worth 8ic- Mnsonville Bleach Cotton 7c worth lOc Our Celebrated Rival Bleach Cotton only The during this sale The price on this cotton wa never less than lOc All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Tickings Cottonnades Cam let Jeans etc7 will be included in this Great Closing Out Stock Sale and cut prices wvill be made on the entire stock of them Special prices will be made on our Clothing Stock during this sale and the low prices named on them will be eyeopeners for you if you need clothing of any kind give us a call W B OLD AM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN VIfKentucky Stock Farm Sold Desire Breckenridge has sold the Kentucky Stock Farm to Frank Kenny and Cuss Mouse h of Ixiuisyillc W A Northcutt is the present manager ol tho paper Mr Kenny is pleasantly remembered here having attended C U several years ago and was a promi nent member of the Phi Fraternity We notice with interest his movements in the business world and wish him much success Constipation IIeadache biliousness heartburn lad gestlon and all liver Ills are cured by Hoods PillsSold byall druggists 25 cents are moro fatal to friendship than misunderstandings BIds will be received Iota remedy that is equal to Or Calduells Syrup Pepsin I or particularsask any druggist aug 8 lin No one cares to sit on another per sons point of view Why Donl You Eal1 No appetite you say Stomach feels bad Well take Dr Caldwella Pepsin and you can eat anything Sold by all druggists aug 8 Ion Time effeminate chap who is successful might be termed II self mahl man Xo ono knows thennbearabletorture the peculiar and agonizing pal n causw by titles unless they have snflered from them Many believe incurable This Is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment foan infallible euro Price SOcts in bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas tiugllm When a mosquito gorges himself with human blood he dies witJu a few hours If wish to euro scrofula or salt rheum permanently take Hiiods Sar saparilla It all Impurities from the blood It Every president of the United States far has either been a lawyer a soldier or both yearydthe drugstore for a bottlo ofDr Syrup Popshi to care this Indigestion lUgS 1m Every old bachelor tliiiiks it is the etlflpstthing Iu the world totnauago a What at la Say Do not say I cant eat Take floods Sarsaparilla and I am hungry all the Limo and food never hurts mef- 3evor say to your friend that von are aatfred inthe morning rat night Iftof happen to be li1larp hey teilVou SwsHptrilla ures that tired feeling D aol face fe Ida orp II- 1PWa YooarR quitelikelyo be told ty StIf nee tliereui umon4l of that for iEoSnrspsrJilacureimpks Icte Improper ned unmnxrtmsary ti air mv root nmJiiny hlOJx- M II Hoods Ssrssputrltk will givi yU good blood arid good lth will iohloWaa ansturaicouasq luR8im Ilerbine is well adapted to tim euro of fevers of nil kinds because it thatonghly cleanses time stomach anti bowels of all bilious humors and expels all impure secretions of time body Price SOcts Perry Thomas augllm Among every 1000 bachelors there are 38 criminal Among married men tho ratio is only 18 tier thousand iHunger h The Best Saunco Yet some people aro never hungry Whatever they eat has to be forced down There is of course something wrong with these people By taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a short time they are given an appetite anti then they enjoy eating and food nourishes them If you find your appetite failing just Irv a bottle of Hoods It is a true stomach tonic and every doso does good rime best family cathartic is Hoods Pills The undertakers wages are so much per die em NONKJIHEB o 1899 PKPSIK SYRUP Co Dear Slra1 feel it my duty to write toyou anti let you know how mach good your medicine has done for me Twentythree enr3 ago I was taken with some kind of stomach trouble and I tried everything I heard of They did me but little good Three years ago neuralgia set in on me and I got so poor and weak that I could hardly walk couldnt work any My hue baud received a book through the mail advertising your medicine and ho sent our little boy to tho drug store to get ono of your tencent bottles I btgait to use it It Is strange to say but itfi the truth tho second dose I took gave me lots of relief I kept on using it till I used it nearly one year and no I am nearly as stronc an I used to be and can do any kind of work I recommend it to all for it seems to me It would cure anybody I have gotten several to use Dr Cald wells Syrup Pet sin and they all say it has done thorn so much good God bless Dr Caldwell and his medicine for doing me so much good Yourswith respect MRS ISABELS WHELEK Freetown Jackson Co Ind Hold by all diuggists ausS lai Pride goeth before a fall So does snjpmer IJalkrda snow liniment gives instant relict in cases of bleeding burns brnise scalds cuts etc Price 25 and 50 IePerry Thomas angllin itTOUZ1lflUfl in lOve resembles inn of the world he embraces a good dell Ji free mid easY expectoration is prO ct ced by a few Conssen Hjijiey of far in all cases of Hoarsa miSflore throat or iliuiculfy of breath 25 and 60 cents Perry TBomwr aagllm L verytlme a roan sees the elOthmronm wHich his new suit isto be made h loikB uglier uring uncivil W8 r well ill ciii la e war with dmarrhuoeuawas oa of the most tropbkaoosdoespo tilt srfl had to f1tclldlth IMDlal1 i nlitancea tuecamiiuihro imcan4tlte old no fliers still cutTer from k Mr JavhJ Tsylorof Wind Rude treeh Co l ii these Of BSW3 Clmai b Haint Colic Cholera ddlHrrhojji H Imedy nd says nrfoIlDl1any- t ItiL would sive bilIiIlmchquleJ r frJtl lot MJ y P rtllq I aul1mt rWiJf LEXTOXVTMET OI Pays You 300 for Eery Dollar Invested 1110 Branch office front room over Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGR The man who doesnt yell at a runaway team has missed a great opportunity Tetter SaltRhoam and Eczema The intense itchingand smarting Inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad sases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes US cts per box Ir Ciwljs Condition Pomlcrs are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse ia prime condition Price 25 3enta per package English bankers in China give native commercial men a name for strict busi ness honesty FSXX SLOOP bUZZ An Offtr ProTiasrTaitb to flfcfferni Is your blood pure Are you sure of it Do cuts or scratches heal slowly Does your skin itch or burn Have you pimples Eruptions Aching bones or back Eczema Old sores Boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul breath Catarrh Are you pale II so purify your blood at once with B B 0 Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rice heals every sore awl gives a clear smooth healths skin Deep seated cases like cancer eating sore painful welling blood are cured by D B B made especially for all obstinate blood and B B IL k iliffe ent from other remedies becanee R B B drains time poisons sad ha moos out of theboo and entire system so the symptoftti cannot return Jive It a trial It cures when all els6 falls SoldIIrse lottIM full treatment 5 8e t4M IIH trial bottle jflveb away absolutely free Write for IL Adtlross BLOOi BALM CO 430 Mitch ell street AtkbUi Ga Write tontor D rib tro M juad frra Medical Ml Blotches and excresences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to tho proper performance of lien hulks xlerbine will aid and assist nature in amidbeautifulperfections Price 50 cents Perry angllm doesntboreWhere time digestion is good and time general powers of the system in a lealthy state woims can find no haul tation in the human body Whites Cream Vermifuge not only destroys every worm but corrects all dergange mentsof the digestive organs Price 25cts Perry augllm There is no properly organized medi commnisinniat A Mother Tells How She Saved tier Lit tie DaHgutern Lift I am the mother of eight children and have IrsttTvgre tlleal eiperiehce with medicines Last summer inyjit tie daughter had tIme wljcVlieof but nothIng seemed to do her gopd I saw by an advertisement In our paper that Chamberlands Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once It proved to be cue of time very best mediclriea wo ever hail in time house It saved ray little daugh ers life I am anxious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine it is Had I known it at first it would have saved me a great deal ol anxiety and my little daughter niacto safifering Yours truly Mini QKO 1J BUBDIOK Liberty R L For ash Perry nugliw1 Pha music of the rooster is Jioti posed of crow bars Time soothinjcflnd hc llr r of ChiimbcrUiDB Cough B phitat laMe WH fom rIhaiW i 14s Feresbt by Pryy d T t 144a I I 1i iik pI i 11 It ffik- 1 Li uIt ct TA II Our Goods it AND Our prices LVrj trade yUh usrLi I r jI usttjial 4 J f i 1 t If tJwki J IIR1 S5J jj1rBi It aduy p nor AlIIwet in the best markets of the grIdselect the la youbuythe latest uptodatel goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hhiteAND Gibon1 I mIn tJJcI 2 GiOlirn nJ 0 11 C2CH IrIc O JPromy r IfV 02 iici WiO G llUXCRB5SED DI CQNStrdERSALL f Lre wi athfadaryrriMrs lArm af Jr tifintt ana vtvll rrnmj T tnrcnch jratton br orde J 01 fi 33 TUAN TWO gallon e32Solca tpoStoek 4IIU 1nnil Oak H 111 muaUrai j YurOM tOttIOw1e u0ni i T itnmple box l C400 7 33O Sri H Idrk t7lsMpmSa naae li rial Mnlet N tt irUli iso Mane or eraikjj to fo tcat ruiKenU iud turfrrnt rrlurvt un jtrfin ct cesita ysCOVINOTONrnrpor trio ClI 11011 lont Me1L4tvflTc- b Wji and Wn ii4bt tiJIII d PMIt 04 IVERY OAUnS nnlDr Gallons W ahlpped Pn1u1T F htIiIaI1 Trrode AWYE i1flCEs OlnalKnKmCI13jull6U PITT BURG OThAL TOK YARD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGE TO SHIPPFRS RearrangedItBest Point EstMf Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia NYrk and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at PRSVATHORSESALES KVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr MADISON INSTITUTE Thu Collociate Ia r cnmIncIc S TUESDAY SEPTEMDER UIOOO The Institute wijrlivDjon foVthe reJIt1uk3of etudents btf Saturday the 8thof Sptrinbur next wishing to secure places for their daughters or wards aw to apply early t Let nil who dwtign entering the Institute next session be present if at all poHtihle at tho first afweuibling of the t1eeiice ofii wetkin tWlIlt thttt time will lie feltseriouslytllroHgboutttwsesslun- Penwita wUhiiiK to have an interview with the Principal before placing a openingdeylriirJNilanil it will expedite thn work organization Everr absenpe of the Principal from the rvlioul room alter fi Ou inZ5eptemberli1delays the work of clarification end orgnnizatidn pteU1her11thI 1n j111 une r100lf nlllth tluwlIJ lTlllIon IilsIitIlteljaI ben J CollegeFurstiidenls dliiriii tnVmpr any iwo of these institution may enter n nor ctrtllieute jdter linvlii tat iafaetorhly completed tim CollegoPrcparatory Course CHANGES IN FACULTY FOR J9CXM90J a r ALICE N UTHRrllllI B FLORENCE HSTURTEVANT Phi Biila Kappa Cornell University Pupil of Mario UisseH New York History and Hibjo Voice Elocution Physical Culture V f OROSE EH REN Graduate Half Conservatory Germany JiI Pupil if Hans von Bulow Piano and Stringed Instruments i All other Iiibtrnclore sumo as last year Ii 4 i Your patronage is cordially solicited For further information addrcgp 2Shu12MISS ALICE LLOYD Principal 4 ii larlesLJei ysDri ag TilI Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen niat Exhibition J 876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Dralaaje Is a PerawBeat Ia revt Kftt loilde Mmoter of TIlea 4 1L Price per 1000 feet 10 01 15 Or 2i 00 00 WOO 100 to 12500 I en Trice of Branches each 10 a10 15 55 = a- 3S33 Approz WelltMofy Tile each = ii 013l6 20 J845 rice list F 0 B Cars at Factories roww1iercnonegrewp010well drained farm will cause you to be remembered vorabl than ti slcy scraping marble shaft swell draineU laud produces the largest and best 1 thoU best investment possible pry at SEABpy STATION P 0 WAco MADISON 1 KY I t I 11J1 FAMINES LEGACY TO THE WORLD Half a Million Orphants in Need of Help News by cable from Indias Viceroy the Governor of Bombay and other of ficials from American missionaries and from newspaper correspondents report a punernl rainfall in thefauiinestrlcken districts and prospects brighter than at any time fir the past two years This means that the gaunt woful hideous figure of Famine Is being liter ally drowneu River beds which for twentyfour months have been bared to the sky and baked by the sun till rockhardare now gradually softening into their natural muddiness Streams are manifentinj signs of life The water in the few wells which were not drained by tile tong drought is grow ing deeper and fields meadows farwslgrazing grounds gardcnspota the whole parched earth is giving promise of generous fertility as in the byBut after all only signs and promises which whfle restoring hope to the hearts of the stricken millions must not be taken as meaning that the famine is at all end Famine may be dying but she is not yet dead She still stalks abroad in all the Western and Central provinces and for at least three months to come Ihe willcontinue her deadly work As the cause of the awful distress and desolation was lack of rain it will take a veiy long steady rainfall to restore the ground to a condition rich enough to yield With the exception of a one hour shower on July 20 of last year the pieseut rainfall is the first Western India has known for four and twenty months Hence not until rain liltS fallen continuously for weeks and weeks will the ground he sufficiently soaked and Kufteued to assure the rids ing of a crop Moreover millions of head of cattle iudevdninety per cent of all the cattle have tried for want of food and farmers will remain tied hand and foot till Government supplies new live stock to replace the old whose bones Ho scat tered the country over Therefore deHparate distress still exists Utter desolation is still the lot of millions If the Qoverniannt were now to withdraw its aid shut up the relief works and pour houses if American contributions were now to CeNse and Missionaries to ston their work ten million homeless helpless people would be iu imminent danger of starving to death hIM written her wilt on the face of the land She is leaving Chris tendom a legacy in the form of hun helplessThe million men and women who after indescribable suffering have succumbed since the famine began not only to starvation but to feverplaugue fullyhalfchildren When the Government closes its relief works its poor houses sending millions of absolutely penniless belinlifesbecome of the patentless ownerless children Who is to shelter them clothe feedinstruct them and fit them for lives of usefulness I have myself just returned from India and I can truthfully write that of all the sad sights to be seen in the famine district the most pitiable is the starving child Not a few but tens of thousands are wandering along the couutrylivitlgTheir mothers and fathers have died of starvation and now they have not a soul In the world to turn to no kin not peopletoIt is in the rescue of these orphans waifs from the highway of death itself that the missionaries devote a large part of their working hours Once in side a mission compound the poor little ftarvelinc if care and food have not come too late is supported by funds sent to the missionaries by the Ameri can people Among the many starving orphan byDrAhmedabad there came one little yin who insisted on entering the house She came into the library and after a brief look about lisped in her own tongue please may I die here and then threw herself down on the floor and wont to sleep It is gratifying to add that the long sleep and the hot milk afterward given to this hildaaved her from death and she was added to thefold of orphans iu Mr Taylors care Even in the streets of Bombay there are hundreds of famine children wan dering about With sunken oyes hollow cheeks and Indented temples with weary weak skeleton legs they totter by the dozen iu the footsteps of the European ciying Salam Fahib I can truthfully say Dr Pier efs med icines did me more good than all I had ever taken before SoCopenhaverden Co Pa He says further tlddenlytakrnwhich was no violent straightI aformmonthswilb phyidnham was out of order an bulhetried another one who said I bad chronic indigestion ulceration of the I1ntnof the stomach tonfid liver aift kidney affection He treated me forjnore than mycar I then took several 1Guotmedld relieftrtedDocto111erctamedidata Medical THKorery and the Pelletsand IB two months time I wee hadfeeTK Goldeti Medical Discovery is the swat effective blood purifier and germicide producedIt andbowelaction ef the U Pellets it toothei the Mbmrned mcmbraaes of these organs patting then Into healthy condition to atootb thq nutritive elements of the food thediceltlve enrkMesstrgtg1visg properties It produces sotes4 MaIth7Ikhmusck WK an work with a Jt contain no whUky alcohol snear MrBwap at 4oe eatcacrY hiul which io theirway of saying peace to you Then slapping their naked stomachs to emphasize their need of food they continue their piteous supplications begging for enough food to keep them alive just another hour Sometimes a mother accosts one a babe in her arms trying its little best to set food from the dry parched- tJreastnllll this mother also entreats you saying Give us something to eat arid God will bless you withmany children The group of waifs about tier cling as if by instinct to her scant ragged skirt as if they felt that since this woman is mother to the babe she will act also as a kind mothor to all who snuggle up to her Saving the children in famine time is one of the most encouraging phases of relief work while to see children starve to know that they the helpless ones cannot be helped that they must die by inches for want of food is a con dition of affairs that wrings the heart Thousands of these orphans are now in the hands of American Missionaries having been plucked by them from the jaws of the famine but they must soon be turned out to starve unless the Mis purchasefoodWhence is to come the money for the support of these helpless little ones A problemhMSproprietor of the Christian Herald lie says Living expenses in India are light The expense of caringfor the live hundred thousand orphans while stupendous in the aggregate is yet easily within reach when considered one by one It is not to be expected that any one person should assume the whole responsibility yet every one can Ito something Five cents for every working day or thirty cents a week will clothe feed shelter and instruct a child and there are but Jew people who cannot under take the responsibility for one child giving part themselves and collecting the balance from friends and neighbors To every person so contributing will be given the name and address of the orphan for whom they have assumed responsibility and once every three Englishletteror from its teacher reporting the prog ress it is making I am sure the charitable sympathetic people of our pros perous country will prove equal to the occasion and tens of thousands of famine waifs will be saved for lives of Christian influenceThe Herald Bible House New York will receive all pledges and moneys for famine orphans and will cable the money to India free of all expense And weekly reports ofiIedgoi received will be cabled at the saint time This course will enable the missionaries to take promptly and quickly as pledgesIfreceived in tho orphanages of any particular denomination and this wish is clearly expressed at the time when the pledge is made it will be conscientiously respected or If preference foi either sex is expressed such preference will also he faithfully respected and every pledge for one year and every remittance however small towards orphan support will be promptly ac knowledged in public print That Throblng Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings Kew Life Pills Thousand of snncrera have proved theirmatch less merits for Sick and Nervous Head aches They mako pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back it not cured Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggists 5 The standard which the Spanish con queror of Mexico Heruando Uortns used in his march from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico four centn rica ago was until recently prfiservec at a little church in the capital ol the State of Tlaxcala A gentleman recently cured of dyspepsia gave following approprIate blesslngxSeinesome have none that want it but wi have meat and wo can eatKodol Dyspepsia Cure he thanked This preparation will digest what you oat instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all disorders Perry Thomas In 1820 anthracite coal was first successfully used in Philadelphia for gen orating steam and it was not until later that anthracite fuel was em ployed with success in a blast furnact by David Thomas at Cataeauqua Pa Thirty minutes is all the time required to dye with PUTNAM DYES Sold by CL Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panola Ky augllm Tile first factory for making pins wa Hhtabliflhed inNew York in 1812 an in the same year the rolling mill wa put into operation In Pittsburg A T bemud Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard ut Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con duinptlon bad completely cured her of t hacking cough that for many years had made lilefe burden All other Temediei and doctors could give her no helpj bu she sayS of this Royal CureJt soon removed the pain in my chest and can now sleep soundly something lea scarcely remember doing before feel like sounding Its praises through out the Universe So will everyonE who tries Dr Ring New Discover for any trouble ol the Throat Chest 01 Lungs Price SOc and 00 Tria bottle free at Perry Thomas Dnsi Store every bottle guaranteed 5 Until the discovery ot jam gtimines lit C R Jtfuaia Sra ti4 couutrjPRliBIlIg There are no better puts mad thfe rVVViU Little iCisers Alway prompt atid certain Petrjr mut Th0mu t Mrs Barnard Thanks I MRS P1NKHAM FOR HEALTH LEnD M5 JIIfUK 50 18991 DEAR FBIBSD 1 feel it my duty to express ray gratitude and thanks to you for what your medicine has done for me I was Very miserabloiind Ips ing flesh very fast had bladder trouble fluttering pains about the heart and would get so dizzy and suffered wi th painful menstruation I was reading in a paper out Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound so I wrote to you andafter taking two botUesIleltlIke a new person Your Vegetable Compound has entirely cured me and I cannot praisd it enoughMR8J BABS USD MiLLTpww WAsnnroTosCb ME- An Iowa woman ConVIncIng Statement I tried three doctors and the lost one said nothing but an operation would help me My trouble was profuse flowing sometimes I would think I would flow to death I was so weak that the least work would tire me Reading of so many being cured by your medicine I made up my mind to write to you for odviqp and I am so glad that I did I took LydlaE Pink hams Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and followed your directions and am now well and strong Ishall recom mend your medicine to aU for it caved myhIIeMi3 A P Box 21 ABBOTT IOWA DANGEROUS PRACTICE IS THAT SPRAYING TOBACCO FIELDS WITH PARIS GREENSOME TIMELY Still GESTIONS Springfield NewsLeaderJ Thu farmer as arule has about as few tricks in his trade as any bodyand his methods are generally speaking on the square in everything but there is one pernicious practice among the to bacco farmers that is on the increase and which is really a dangerous CUlt tom and for the good of the public should be suppressed by Legislation or otherwise We to the practice of spraying tobacco fields with paris green to prevent the worms getting a start Every tobacco man realizes it is a dangerous and bad thing to do but so universally tins it been practiced that now the tobacco man who does not paris green his crop is an exception That the sprinkling of this tank poison on tobacco that is used in the manu facture of commercial chewing tobacco results directly to the of those who use the weed is a well established fact as a number of cases of sicknebt aud even death have all been traced to that cause Some folks believe and with cause toothat all tobacco is more or less poisonous and the slave of to bacco deserves little sympathy if his death is hastened by a pinch or so ol pans green to his daily rations but nevertheless this deliberate method ni administering poison should be stop ped That the practice is on the in crease is due to the greed of man The tobacco grower like anybody else waiiu to make all he can out oi work anil instead of putting in a crop that he anti his available help can cultivate and worm in the old fashion way he- plants all of the acres he can plollJrhUiJ in spring and then trusts to Providence and paris green to do the rest Yes there ought to be a law against it but the Legislator and especially ont sent up from a rural district who would- propose such a measure would lose hi quiekern wink For burns injuries piles and skin li seaees use DeWitts Hazel Salve It is the original Counterfoils may Ix uttered Use only DeWltta Perry Thomas MRS BRYAN SOME CHARACTERISTICS 0 THE WIFE 01 DEMOCRACYS LEADER W P Campbell the stat corres pondcut of the Cincinnati Post writ tug from Lincoln Nebraska has this U say of Sirs Bryan- It would be a difficult task to find all the world a more sensible bettei educated or more intellectual womat than Bird Bryan wife of Un- Democratic Presidential nominee Sin can not be flattered and is broad uuudnd to an admirable degree Fashionable gowns and pink teas dt helplugstudying him aud doing that which willaid him frost Bryan would jus an soori risk his wifes judgment in an matter ns that of many of the distill Kuishcd leaders Mrs Bryan enjoys her daily task Shi sees to it that the mail wagon ii promptly carting away answers to irs portaut letters that n is no sitting in a draught that tho cook is clean and handy that the books of thi library are all in place and a thou anl and one things necessary to the smooth running of a house with a great man it it She i8i ractical in everything Sh is a wife and mother in the noblest sense She is thoroughly unselfish and self denying in the interest of others She is likewise a clever student of hue man nature and a reader ot character She encourages her husband as he bors and strives to be something and Ic something If she chose to do so slit could daily appear bedepked in fine silks and costly diamonds and attend pink teas far and near given in hei But she does not delight in that sort of thing She finds much comfort in reading alound to Mnj Baird her aged father who is almost totally blind She per Bonully gives him the tenderrst care Mrs William Jenniugs Bryan if truly a great woman After many intricate experiments scientists have discovered methods for obtaining all this natural tIiglo tnnts These have been combined in the pro protiou fouud in the human and united with substances that build tip the digestive organs making a com called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and allows all dyspeptics to eat plenty of nourishhij food while tho troubles are be lug radically cured by the medicinal i agents it contains It is pleasant tc take and will give quickly Per ry Thomas ETIQUETTE IN PAYING CALLS In the matter of making calls it II the correct thing for the taller wh arrived liret to be the first to withdraw To caU promptly and in person afte a first invitation To call within a week elton any en tertaiuuiont to which one hiss been In vited To call npon an acquaintance wIn hAs recently returned after a protpngei Mb ence To call alter an engagement ha benz announced or a marriage ha tnknn place In the family For the older residents in the city o street to call on the newcomers ti their neighborhood IThe law holds both mualcerand circn IItnnllyguiltrhocounterfeit of DoWilte Witch llnze Salve risks your lifo to make H littii larger profit You cannot trust him DeWltta ie the only genuine ntlorl nal Witch Hazel Salvo a well known cure for piles and all skin diseases See that your dealer Rives you De WILLs Salvo Perry Thomas Mr Urown Torrible tragedy at bargain counter A woman who tat i secured the last five yards ofchieapsilt wo shot by another woman wiiabfu r been waiting from midnight without buying a chance to get any SrolyIJohn HarUim Lifo =Vivo million poiUttJt0l Eneland 13 000000 war en itUottod tt I Mi d SutM Tue GovwnosMi j in being Mverefy criticisedWraJJowinj IIU jpor luQUf the loan to b takei cUIJIIle h The WiSone n Sopnbllcan platform will advocate the enactment a law at the next Legislature favoring nomina tions of State officers by a direct vote of the people thus doing away with State conventions SUPREME 1 I 1IQEL r tf COMFORT j i Comes to pvery wearer of our Oxford Ties which are the acme of womans seeking in light cool and easy foot wear Unenjoyed pleasures are not missed and so thoSe who have yet to purchase pair of our Ox lords are unaware of the selfim posed discomfort which they endure with more or less patience Ews cause fir Side reflec tion sf 56 Oxfords foVsfoo 225u I 75 300 225 FREEMAN BROS Main ttopp Court House You Want = t The Truth AND YOU GET IT IN THE TwiceaWcek ourierJouroaI DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS Published ever Wednesday and enSaturday 1M papers one year for VU CIS TbeTWICEA4VEEfC0UflIEBJ0UaNAjIs all other papers It prints more real news storesthanHamplecopiesRUBIERJOURNAL C- OLOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement YOU CAN GET THE CLIMAX and the Twicea Week CourierJournal both for one year for J25 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office NOTICE We would call your especial attention to the fact that our stock of ALL PAPIft AND DEOAIV DE IGN Just received are all new and of the choicest designs and we Invite you to can at our Drug Store on Main street and inspect same before buying elsewhere We have Mr W L LEEDS connected with us who will furnish estimates on all work and decorate atrwork done by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and I purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles I stationery paints and 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 THOMASwccessosaTo a 213 M In Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 75 JanlTly J F C1RCULATINQ WASH BOILER 1 I PAT ALLOWED MARCh I5TH1893 BOTTOM SHOWING COILED j COPPER STEAM PIPES A iVoiHEfis liiniataninazaae i rtrnaii mot trarlnv or clothe a the Dili tishlie 5ae ilircefourtlu11I1t lar scoil fur circular nil Tin S3OO Ilrlrr r IOtlom ytOO 600- I I Ipcn ta Tirltit f 5IOT5 price nfll ex l nI or it1LItig Wash Eoilw Gi- S04 Tine st tltlnnatl OWo T w tee I 00WE GUARANTEEDr CAldwclVa Syrup Ccpclii to euro Indlre8t1QJ1SfVuoa token according to dhrecUoHS IMI WII CAUMOntU ttyOebt tSIPEPSISTRUP TI O 1r 0 I acPLEASE I tNjTRY t ALLJOe 25co SOc DRUGQISTS 284 a alt a a a For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good sUite of cultivation church and school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession iven this fall A J HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky- NECE511L 01 LIFE Water and Lightt See JMKIFFE and have him to put you in a Hrefclass sanitary job ol Plumbing in your residence Also have bitnlo furnish you a High Grade Elevator CUR Pump Biceps on hands all kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and Valves Chandeliers every description of Iron Pumps Estimates for fitting up residence in county with Plumbing and Gas Machines and Wind Mills Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box J 73 I have 20000 feet of the Best Quail ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices raajrlSm Remember 0 That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the cityat the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE SPECIALTY t and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable you to get my prices before disposing of anything in this line FI L1GOTTI nJlti WUyBuy4omand when you can Jbuy direct from a manufacture and joSber at wholesale prices We manufacture 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 practicalex perience in the Paint Business Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practicalexperience in the Paint and Wall Paper Busi ness we beive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities Geo fl Willging Wall PapersWindow shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass c FAIR yIEW- SEMINARY A HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 444+ School Year Begins September 18th 1900 to Continue Forty Weeks t+ Affords all the comforts and advaiita ges of homelife with the opportunity of cbtalning a liberal 4t4t Ladies of culture and refinement are chosen as teachers and their intercourse with the pupils put of school is of f rcat benefit sFiill Course of English Inclndihg tho Sciences Latin French German Higher Matlieawticg Elo cution Physical Cultare xhhlkArt ladyfittedH Miss Del XIaboe who taught tfthe+ tlonadl1rees WL 1 1 D ISjultiirI JfOJOV MD SUMMER 1- t We wish to announce to our friends and customers that our line is complete for SlbnIEg gng Factory prices have advancedon almost everything but we bought our goods early and can offer in ducements that will interest and benefit all We have a nice line of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c to 75e5Other things correspond ingly CHEAP Everything desired in under takingtline always kept in stock W S OLIiIIAMS SUCCESSOR TO BIGQERSTAFF OLDHAM Day Phone 76 Night 136 A BOON TO MANKIND DTABLERS BUCKEYE a iriJ gZ DJI g- rTJJfircr g t1 I PILECURE A New Discoveryfor the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CUftES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY Malt 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMBF IAUAIIJStIt Prerltttr SID Riffl fcWaStrest ST LOUIS MO For sale 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