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Iiii n DR 1 I INIl 14 L C 1 Y 1PflJT1ICHMONDr CLIMAX4 i1 irt IVOLU E 2 EI I t A t l I RJiAOND F MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 1900 nNPAInINO Awn v1rHrcg crt- ryLfiEtLLAk r AKWork Guaranteed H Main Street RICHMOND BRANIIMWARD otl RKr Jr 0N 1 t 4GOzDelivered Expressage paid anywhere directly acces slblo to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEY direct from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or comm rclal agency In Louisville AUG COLDEWEY 8 GO 231 W Main St Louisville Ky The New Woman Ijas L I Manufactured by THETLORENGE HED1CIHE CO Red Oak Iowa U +I GEHTLEMEHS DRIVING HffAGOB We use only the best of material all up to date attachments i 5 Splendid Finish Price right We can make it an inducement for dealers to handle our work We + manufacture a full line of + light pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and t nrirp Iit rp E KY o t TJLllEIt BUGGY CO- t JACKSON ncno PROFESSIONAL OARDS A OJrE a z E ROQSRTS ATTOUNBYATLA- WIMCUMONl KENTUCKY Jl LlIceovrIIenx OBlco with Jos B Me Cnary Scimi Strwt MILLER ATTORXETATLAW RICHMOND KKSTOCKT OIHce In the llurnara Duitding nextdoor to antlers N tlliM al flank feU3ly n SULL VAJA ATTOUSKYATLAW RICIIMUNM KENTUCKY Oine iver State Itankf Tnift Co op pusil mrt lliniHt on Mn Street u JI A D MOUKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY O lit o on Swimil street over Clien allltr W R LETCHEIU IUJrieyLt7U RuiiMosn T ICisTitcKV OiHro witir1I Vmitlf Jriover C iviiitoii t MitrlnIIV J ALBOt JACS501T ATTORNBYATLAW RICHMOND SHNTUCKy OTflce In tr4thcr inlldin Main Htrcet n PE7SIOLL1T DIW G IJSciS GJ SON II1dWIJllil4ynoEO thhct in the Joe ieilin builJini it anSI 20 See o n l ireet over Wniic old Irutttore 17 CII VS C IIOOICBH lEThuLvi J Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario rderinary CoUege Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty BOfflcu at my stable on corner First and Waur Streets Kiohinpud Ky aprI 11 C JASL ERM D MeilicitiB uiul Surgery Hhee Pratlior Bujldinc Main t5teet Te Icphune nt residence the Ciirr pUce on roadway KICHMONU KENTUCKY EVANS M lwPHYSICIAN AND BouaBoN RICHMONU KKNTUCKV DENTAL STTEOEBT D h t i3SOPE- NTIMT LOqIIVILLW K1 WOfflce next door to GoTcrnment Building nichmHnd Ky omce hout9 to 21 to 4 noTl7ly Dr Louis H tandman Vet Ninth Street Cincinnati phio will boat lintel QljDdou ItlclimondKy on WEDNSSDAY SEPT 1900 returning err second WednesdAY ntd each RderelJcQ every phy3kIsn of nunI Ky niII1y- iJ 4 PATENTSi1fs t t FREINoUco L Is the acme of T BEAUTY HEALTH LONGEVITY JL 30Day CatnmonSrnie m treatment fur one dollar LoSr Florenre nemeclvbol tIlls of uacrlDg Utte1 the drain un b rrg 0- I I I I inotW cases S t Has is r airl86ra R RW r h U No TO 12 month home Who7esae Slanvfactwrert t4 I CI1AUM1NG LITTLE THING for sweet little fingers JUVENILE JEWELRY clmsto IcsiRns superior quality and Quo workmanship Birthday rings ilher jiIiiior net with birth month stone Considered lucky to wear olio PricfH rane from 5100 to 2500 and there iHKomethiriK pretty and good at HJHih Of conrbe thcru are are other ihings f r FVJYEAGER 7 Horne InturancB PatriiInanre dwellings bart and other property In the DLUB GRASS INSUKANietOM InstitutionOhCI FIFE LIGUTNIKOAND JORNADO i No assessment calls on members 1hen losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to beconitiU member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the tlteIStnteonehalf after the first year For further information call on their attorneyatlawRichmondCourt House next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs JHCAnTER Pres may2 ly C C TJOSWOBTH ccT fiAS STOVES AT COST Ioft i CHEAP GAS 5WC Jo not liavo ti nsoliuc explosion when you can got Gas nt S125 per housanil for cooking anil heating This Company Has Reduced the Price of Gas jn Or3ei toEnco rage the f t i r J Use pf hl Gas Stove Once try nOM Cooking Stovennd- yoI will lIeVeritlt1fll lt lsjust l1lpnl tOjIaid t1waysready cth lit lit U three jnlnntei We sell Stoves 1kst and run pipe to curbing Ire e niifi jntttthe house n Tg0 IW s WJJlsbacli bjurncrj and ilicrerwo your Jightfive timtM ahd reluce ypur S a tgas bill tWOtlIIVdl Qftliittl olifcdWr parttculnrs mm fin uw =e t t tM = =ANNOUNCiMtKT paR rnuST craWe are anthoriz to onue nee SANKORD subleAROllIfJniiH flfl 1siDOcratIc Party VeiVtC Jtlv rUed to announce C M RAY subJectIIWe are authorized to announce D R TEVls a candidate for County nierk subject to the action ot the Democratic puty WALKERtbt action of the iJem cratIcprty MMILLEIlemsdJdateject to the action of the Democratic party JESSlJCOBBto the action of the Democratic party volt IIIIEal1J FWcounty subject to the acilou tit the Democratic party WBALLARDofWhtteSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party MARTINOENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party roe ASSESSOR MARTINGREENcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party OLDRAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O W DEATHERAOE a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the fiction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party LBAKERacandidatecountysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party Foa IAILER We are authorized to announce PETER G PARRtSH a candidate for Jailer of Msdlson county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jsller of Madison county for one term subject to the action of the- Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party PERKINSaction of the Democratic party CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB SUPBBISTBNDBST WWAGERSthe office of Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party JTRIBBLEtheDemocratlc JYOUNGtheDemocratic AS A HEN GATHERETH HER CHICKENS The magnificent opportunity ofleroJ acceptanlOfIndia its orphans has the added ad vantage of holding a plain duty TJiexe children ate loft to us are dependent upon the generosity of the worldand are its moist hopeful material fur the advancement of its cause We believe that the Christian people of this land will neither shirk the responsibility por neglect the opportu nity It must be met not only with couragebut with gladness in our hearts We who have been dealt with so ofIones spared to us must give evidence of our eratitude We must make a thank offering To those who have been called upon to part with loved ones this offers an opportunity for the upbutldiiigof a lusting living To the business tnan o overwhelmed with pressing cares and with the inner consciousness ot a wish to do good and no time to devote to it a way id opened jivII1does to sign one for the payment of an Jusllvduecesses of the pastyearis so very small fifteen dollars added to which is the pleasure of liaving saved a little childs iii is 1esides all the SAt tflle tion of knowing that this child will be trained to do the good work for which you have so little time to beyour little proxy who will so compound interest on ollr investment that yOU will attain It wealth of good works from this little sum supportoppOrtunityt Ilhplogpiuia writes in childlehhantlcel40 sorry for the poor India that I want to send a lijtje mite eigbtyearsbid MlimmoJlyltlpleclaasiu adopted two orphans a bptt anc a jilrk ltsmemor1l ot one ofournehlors rhom God has taken iromiour inidst fl A postmalier in tJliihientllng n cpntribution for tIe orphaSijijliMs this ntalhe1e1bySetpresents long walk IinbtJrnih aim ewJlJchJC thrp irIs very much like the blowom II ing ot ii flpwer Its beauty and Il IMir t1on cpente cpiirely II upon the care bestowed upon II Its parent Expectant mothers U should have the tenderest care I They hould bcspared all worry II and anxiety shouldeat j plenty of g99 1 pourUhlngfood nridtak u rr preservIngas well an that of the one to come But to bo absolutely sure of a short and painlcSs labor they shou- ldisselathers Il Friendf regularly derjngtheotbs ot ietT Is is aiaet htiion be app1ied4etaeEqigiceI to n prenbs uU of the dl40olnancy which wOlIHn to vrfre absolutely aeces rT wlw J thera Friend is acLtMre ko OetMottoerPrlei11i it tJw ItuStibtteI CMUWICUIICMlUTftllC ATLANTA 04 i 4IfJld result in raring for these helpless little children of India tltSouth8UpKrr in pledging rtrs for an orphan writes May the God of heaven smile npon the orphans and may they b provided for out of Ills beautiful ful sA husiiiess man in Kansas ill uptul lug support for three nrpaim In hulls rehigjoiitraIlijf ofIndiaKingsDaughtersother young peoples societies the members of the W C 1 U anti the embraeingyournameFamineOrphanChristian Herald 92 Bible House New contributionsupportItiganeither a quarters half years or whole years contribution in advance as you bysendingthe missinnaty at whoso orphanage your adopted protege is to be cared for- Ced sheltered and trained You will also receive regular letters from your orphan ward if the child is of an age to write If you cannot assume rare of theOrphanothers will care for one of these helpless little children Prevented a Tragedy Timely Information given Mrs George Long of New Striteville Ohio prevent ed a dreadful tragedy anti saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and sho writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive Iroof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat lung and chest troubles Only 50c and flOO Her bottle guaranteed Trial bottle free at Perry t Thomas drugstore 0 PINKS TROTTERS TRUSTS Chicago Dispatch One Mr Thomas Lawson a nORton man IIPS made 30000000 III otto year milliousfamous trotters and paid 30000 for a single pink from which by propagation and selling the plants ho has got back his purchase money and 14000 in profitsNobody needs to get humpbacked moneytocrowded cities nod other public bene Htu would have been a far better in vestment than putting mUch into pinks and trotters But the people have a right to ask how could a man honestly niakn 3J000000 or 3000000 in one year He did nut go into a mine and dig it out No he got it out by going into a cop per trust to which Rockefeller nod limo Itothchildtt belong This trust advanced the price of luiilliltlllforeverybOdY on the winning side These millions were transferred to the trust from the pockets of those who had to buy copper to use and not tosell again copperkettlephone or sent a telegraph message or put in an electric bell or electric lights chipped in and contributed millions to Rockefeller the Ruthchlldn and Lawson with his wiring of trotters and his 30000pinksor afriendanclThe Republican platform talks of them about JlS sharply as a tramp with his mouth full of rich pudding would swear at the woman who handed it out to him The reference to trust in MrKlnleys speech of acceptance JH jriefer even than the famous chapter on snakes in the History of Ireland There are no snakes In Ireland What McKinley eloquettly says about trusts is this And that is all Put not vour trust in princes hut put your Prince Will tarn in trusts if youve got money or votes to throw away It has been demonstrated hy ex parlance that consIlUlttiun can hn pre vented by the early uss of One Minute Cough Cure This is the favorite rem edy coughs colds croup asthma Jtrlppeand all throat and lung troubles Cqres quickly Perry Thomas HOW TO TELL HEAT VICTIMS maybeknnwnEither he lies unconscious frothing att ho mouth Orh Ictll IIkoa mall dog and tries tobite and Scratch Thaflrst thing a doctor does is to give aretlmulantJ either onethirtieth of a Tjrain of strychnine or one dram aro lnll tlc j plritk of ammonia or one ounce ot thotil18Plrclstrlpl In lee water from a hose to reduce lila temperature This is sometimes as as tit first end it may take an hour to reduce it Stimulants are given every faw minutes to keep up the Jjrnrt notion Then he is laid on a cot swept bv an electric fan day and night In three days he may be well enough to go out Once strIcken a patient never entire sibjecttoweakminded Persons used to working under cover are most liable to be stricken Volcanic KropiloBs Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of Joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running anti FeYer Sores Ulcers Dolls Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains tPl1ei cure on earth Drives out rains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perrj Thomas Druggesfs C LOW KATES VIA SUUTHERN RAILWAY Southern Railway announces rate of one fare for the round trip to the InKentuckyTo Shelby villP Ky account Shelby county Fair tickets on sale August 28 Septemnbr rolOledFa7 good treturn until feplehiber 8 saleSeptethberteturn until foptemliw 17 Southern Railway only line LoidslUeSbelbyvllte sp1yaeareMAMetMotIa W fAn1111 If GRANDMA HAD CONSUMPTION J and I am afraid I have in herited it I do not feel well I have a cough my losingfleshYour doctor says take care of yourself and take plain codliver Onlythetake it and they cant take it long It is so rich it upsets the stomach But you catftake SGOTTS EMULSION It is very palatable and easily digested If you will take plenty of fresh air and exercise and steadilythere recoveryThere phosphites in it j they give strength and tone up the nervous system while the codliver oil fceds and nourishes iISCOTT York MIGHTY POWE- RlNewYorkWorld 1mBpaidpcto1oulyear uncl wilt have paul hy the end of uponIt4H per tent upon the actual invest ment This sum is 2000000 greater than the dividends of all the national hank In the country It is 9000000 mote than the Governments annual dis hnrseiiieiit for interest on the entire national debt It represents a 31 tier SI3i1OOOOOOaof nil the Kd nntl silver coined and unciifncO publicly and privately held ill time United States And this IB only a part of the power of the little group of Standard Oil greatiittksnoah deposits oiS43OOOOOOaudannual loins of SJl2000CiOO a financial com bine that controls the money market til the United States more perfectly than a inorturinau controls his electric car Here is an enormous and inconceivable deposit of power in the hands of a few In presence of this mighty struc lure dominating tho industrial coin mercial and financial field of time nation it is impossible not to recall Ihe sinister and significant pontenre from the lettor of ihe VicePresident of time CltvUallkNatiinal City llank New York June 5 1897 My Pear Mr Gage If you wllltke the pains to look a our list of directors voii will see that we also have great polftiral claims in view of what was done during the cnuvass last year Yonre very truly A 1J llEIMIORN lion Lyman J Gage Unitid States Treasury Washing ton DO Does anybody imagine that the Standard Oil t rowd have lost their interest in polities thmeoniyharmlessmediate results Try it 1errj and Thonms EVERY ODyiS MAGAZINE FOR SIPTEM lIES From cover to cover the contests of Everybodys Magazine for September am the most interesting of any issue of ptibitstmetlmuch criiiuiit be said of the beauty of its desluli which is not only effective but quite original the march of improvement in the process of printing is nowhere better shown than inthisnpeci men of multicolor work A new short story by S It Crockett entitled A Scientific Symposium is written in his the read er iookRatthecliaracterBilrflwnthningh the spectacles of the good unturned quizzically observant physician who ell It the story and the doctor does not hesitate to turn X rays on human foibles How a Great Citj is Cleaned is the subject of a very interesting ar IndustrySeriesof greater general interest than would e immiiiied by the uninitiated Tho Simple Explanation of the month is of The Lilht of the Sun which sub ject allbrds a great deal of simple and entertaining instruction Among other illustrated stories and articles of which there are mviiv are Artists Models beantifiilly illustrated with photographs the continuation of Stuart Bohsous LuckyhazardQueen Victoria and Her Family as Ar tints with illustrations from clra wines hy the Queen and her daughter the Empress Frederick Altogether great ten cents worth DeWittV Little Early Risers are fa mUlls little pills and bowel troubles Never gripe Perry and Thomas THE ART OF TALKING WELL It is better to be frankly dulfthan pedantic One must guard ones self from the temptation of talking shop and of ridding onotf hobby capitalIA juke or humorous story is depend appieclationSome over It1s no longer considered good form to say a word ngiinst any one An ill natured criticism In a social blunder Gossip too is really going out of fash Ion True wit is a gift not an attainment Those win use it aright never yield in tIll temptation of saving anything that can wound another in order to exhibit their own cleverness It is natural anti spontaneous lie who runs after wit Is apt In catih nonsense Talk that has heartiness in itwnd the liveliness and sparkle that cone of JayetyitOtter to each one who the homage of your undividetl attention Look people fu the face when you talk to them Talk of filings hot persons Time best nuUstitiitefor wisdom is silence It is a provrnclalistn to8ay yes air noroullufllo ones equal Have convictionn of your own lie yourself and not a more echo s WehhUldUJayiralifyDraw tint your neighbor wiliout- catechising him Correct him if neck eBsnrYi without contradicting him AYoid ma lierImns Strive tO bo natraIand at ease The nervotfstiflea thai conceals Jt jelf under Ktfecteil vivuriiy abwiM b Mr1MtirtistXin5mJ I J PIibI LAND STOCK AND CROP The estimated wheat crop of Lincoln COilhty ia 450000 bushels This Is probably twice as much as In 1899 nrmera Howe Journal L Joseph bought of R 0 Gatewood in Montgomery one hundred average Weight 1500 pounds at 574 cents and a premium They are fur October deiiveryBiurbon News The balky horse and the swearing driver lire two nuisancso where the hone should have the monopoly Keep thehorsesoon as you do he will go Ex R R Earlv of Fayette county had five cows killed by some tenant carelessly leaving paris green in the barn Only one cow escaped There was no anyfarmGazette A man in Maine has started a butterfly farm lie is cultivating a groat variety of these pretty creatures and has secured some wonderful results by crossing time different kinds If he could hit upon a kind that would provide butter the dairymaids occupa tiun would be olieEx Geo Wood sold Lewis Doty some stock hogs at 5c K L Hubble sold Jos Vilmout a bunch of ewes at IM H Eubanks sold to John Paul of Middleburg a pair of young mules fur 275 J J Kiihanks bought some 1000 pound cattle of L C King at 41c and sonic of it W Uiveut at Ic sstuu ford Journal The horses lint which last year a human horse owuer in Friesiand Hol laud uruvfded for his hon ts is now becoming an article of trade in France It U uiaiie of straw and covers the eyes and forehead of the horse while open ingH mire ITt for the ears A moist Hpiittge is kept inside of the hat to keep time horses htltIcuul Ex August is a good month in which to prepare fur winter As is kiiown eery breeder of poultry lice accumu late faster through the hot weather than at arty other time cotiwqnently if you have auy lice in your hounes or on Lime fowls it is at this time thud they can be best exterminated Begin with thoroughlytwice allowing about a week between timed Alter this give the houses a thorough cleansing and whitewashing also repair them wherever needed Farmres Ho lo Journal li F Sauders Co closed out their lamb trade for this season by shipping 250 lambs Inst week These lambs brought from 5 to I per cwt mid averaged 75 pounds These gentlemen have shipped 8000 lambs ihiseasou as a consequence they have brought a large aiuouut of money into a section of the country over which they trade To say nothing of the vast number ofcat tle and hugs they shipped out these lambs at 1 per head would he 32000 Mr Sanders the head of the firm says that while lambs have borne a good price and prices have ruled high no big profits have been made from the fact that innibs were engaged too high which neveitheless proved of great benefit to the farmers llarrodsburg Democrat The biggest public sale of real estate that hits been made in Lincoln county for some time was that of W John S Murphy executors of their father Squire John S M urphy which took place in trout of time courthouse beginning at p in Wednesday The splendid farm at 2uO acres on time Hus toiiville pike was bought by W H Mur phy at 5910 John Murpfij got the 40 acre pasture iu the subprds ot town at 0020 and W H Aliirpliv ihn store room occupied by Warren Shanks for sJ821i tha old Christian church and lot on Depot ptreHt went toT M Good knight for 1lll 10 as did time Mnnrie bniilh truct of 400 acres cf knnli Uiul on Green river at iC of the 300 acres of knob land near Halls Gap Mr Good knight got 100 acres at 105 and W II Murphy the remainder at 25c The prices were all satisfactory anti the sale amounted to about 25000 Stanford Journal Accurate experiments have proven tune and again that hogs fatten boiler when given the run of an acre lot than vyhen confined in a close pen Then a hog pen is an unmitigated nuisance It is reasonable to suppose that cholera anti diseases are introduced into the swine herds by their being compelled to eat aui breathe while eating so much during the dry season also bv being deprived of plenty of good drinking water Cattle will proclaim their thirst hy constant bawling but the Pgs will endure it with a much greater degree of silence hence should have all the more watching fn this direction Do t1rytnllesPut in a feeding floor It is one of the lest investments you ran make Do not say that you cant afford it for you had better part of the feed ami get some plank to make it with Tile bal alice of the feed will make better and healthier hogs than if you continue to feed in either dust or mud Arkansas Cultivator PD A tY toA1 Why let all bars think you must be fTRIWI years twenty older than you are Yet its impossible to look young with the color of 70 years in the hair Its sad to see young persons look old in this way Sad because Its all unneces 5ary for gray hair- may always be re storedto n a t u ra colot by us ing you- rneigh and- friends prematurely Hairvigor For over half a century this has been the standard hair prepara elegantdressing ing of the hair makes the hair grow and cleanses the scalp from dandruff M jbe4th All eag kare bee BSfeff Ayera Hair 1Vigor for over M years and 1 can knartUy ntiommn to the public I M the best Mir Vxitc to exfaitecc- oMn O I AUHKKOM AftfilMlWt XCIOet- Jf 7ft 0 iS m the bSsat I Iesef- i J THE LOUISVILLE TIMES g 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 ++++ CALL ATs + + + dlUSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Never Love When the soldier dons his togs of war to leave his home and friends his sweetheart on hii shoulder loans and aks with breaking heart Will you forget me darling And here Is what hesayc Never Love I Ant when we are asked it we will move our ImondHatlnK rented the shop back of the Methodist Church we wilt there conduct the Central Kentucky Monumental Works and at Nicho lasrllle Nlcholaiville Marble and Granite Works with skilled labor firstclass material polite attention and low prices Call and seel Jue27Sm GOLDEN FLORA KOldoltyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It Instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- SickfleadacheGastralgiaCrampsand of Imperfcctdigcstion Prepared by Eo DeWItt ACo CIIc go For sale by Perry it Thomas rIRIIO tI JrFOR WEAK IVZEN Die croat Preach Peardy Iswithin easy roiciofcrcryAniirlcnn lintis powerfully and qnirky ICT fV Phnlcalh Perfect Is ths r sot of 30 dJp ut cI rECENECO Yonn men viii rtgaimi their lat tnlnhrol and OltI Men ui1ceover lhIryttithtl vieor It ns ono fur business or xnrrlarc mCtNEIIJ rounlTCanpcrbxor elxfnrcsca roe ei rfurr rtunl irpar sIt lrxc conot rffrct n care Circulars free AttlrcEs tho American pfflco ot- IORDEDX i EDIGfiL CO CSCoIccsATIIj For sale by Perry a Thomas scpt- lsiyVERDICT r z7c7 it THE SSSv DEMOCRATIC EEKLY EDITED BY l- I m ALrRB HBKRY t1I rnoiiifls JOUTJCAL wriTKn bt1 fifo Powerful Cartoons rp Pointed Editorials 4tT7TUOtr fear of contradiction W VIJ1 IlK KDICTlsjourvIJ4cratlcjournsl The Verdict is pledged Jd to support the nomi a nees Kansas City Convention 41 d Every J Democrat owes It 111 to Is pirty And and tn him JK self to r4jitl the VERDIO- TL6 4 AI or offer 1itp etalIl1umieoter you THBVEB IIj i4 mamtforaimonths bYCo2 00MJ u A s a inrtler Indacement we wilt l scodyouwtioutvostpostpaJdthVOrittAlmiua uformatiosIwbat wogl rdlu lJ coltran kiIi n often anti 011 W Jou tor I fro w 41 H I 7iitShoWst1woujf J iS FOR THE j AMERICAN STEEL WIRE Made of large strong wlrcn heavily gal vauizcd Amply provides for cxpansion tntI contractIon Only BestBessemer 4010 stcol wi 1 used al way of uniform Jqualty Never i ocm wrung no 4na ratter her great a id Jlt 01 toCItautilatt but DO elllcicntly n HOGS PIGS t t NUMBER 13I TAG NCY 8troinI uotITUR- NCATTLE HOFSES FIELD FENCE 1oj EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED J BY THE MANUFACTURERS CALL AND SEE IT Can show you how it wilt save you money And fence your f fields so they Will STAY FENCEDI t r rr+ We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes 5 which we will sell cheap FOR CASH We area f NJ agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht 4t D1 B1AOKELFD i MPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY c i ili f F IFF71 7F7I 0 Madison Monumental WorksJ ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PIMMPKIBT Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +FINE WORK A SPECIALTY +Those who aro contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their Interest to call at tho old stand in tho roar of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to stilt all cl IInndtbuyers We have the best workmen In Central Kentucky in cliar our establishment and this means satisacftcry work In every phnsc Parties Jliving at a distance should write to us for designs which will bo turn hull on application fO YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 1- JKMES T HKMILTON Prop- rIetorGIVEN t j i f AUTAXJPtvvr1I It i j t fJt1 I j 3 DEAR MADAM fewcS T5 J painted china at our store which eT we intend giving away free to our Jj L customers We guarantee that our prices on 5 goods will remain the same This jspecialoffer is made for the purpose mg in of increasing our trade andshowing ft the people that we truly appreciate J JU their patronage t This ware is raidIy taking the iT place of White Granite or Iron StoneQ China It has that soft vety finish is of the finest quality i r andwithoit doubt the best in the L world The shapes are the very latest patterns and have been designed J to meet the tastes of the most fas J C tidious 3VItis only by our guaranteeing to Tj use a large quantity of this ware that qr f we have been able to get it at a price that puts in within the reach of all f cOur assortment consists of Cups Jji4and Saucers Pie Plates Breakfast PlesDinnerPlates Platters Cov j ered Dishes Cream Pitchers Sugar j f Bowls Tea Pots and everything 11 4eIsvhkhoes to make up a FINE SET OF DISHES jf = WearnstIy invite ycki to call and inspect it when we will cheerfully AA give you ft4l information B 1co Rpeitftl1 Submitted cash EMUHDER IRIcHMOND KYOj sssiss isc- i u Y FJnin r J li i niT 1r PrintS ko Ws t1ofh a = The Richmond Climax I 4 J C CUENAULT Proprietor A D MILLER Blllor MauaRtr u LIESIAy KlaHEJ A1Jit1iP19OOvtv 7hs Climax Printing Co n PItIC K PICK Y1 GAR J50 Lc DEMOCRATIGFrfCKET JRllllllJIKUwur ftp SUA h1lJUYJ N BrIcaPeb AUkW E 8 KVEN80N IUINOIS pj- gJuWUcflptt Of NKLH01 ran OOXQKE1S IIUX OHO U tllLOBltT op PIIHLflY JIlItIIjltI IIIIIllill ofM1IlCIitftlIer thuMtlltlernor tit Kunluck A m MOU n guiii tilt rounds that ex ekctu4ItilIIL1 xiutuii t siucuoil Rov K Lin mix who rorunlly riieignud that tlit nuguished position KIVI ihoiiHuml pensuua w trtl thrown ilt ol employment lust week by the SacoSie Iiiahy iitMpurny tXlala olil III 1lhlivl UWII Tim ami il also arunjs that tliost Ii llr Ifv mid far heiweuti LIHS Kkyecnipur at last l1tIILlpn Utuluruil thai the t kll nail bou pmbuuiiliuK i SI ttit jfit uii IIf11tluU Puw or I 1IIIIIeUIII VUj1IttttoIalLIi pub Iti lit w votiiliulary eiiice in tile 1Ioilll MMujculur saiul lall l viui vniu wuii inuiileior ami u lllInr hut HarnltuurgSiIyiii1t support ij yau Iroilullt nuil V ernes hit h Yt1tttir C ziru burpritlld lit zucii a oinbiiiMtiiil Did the editor of the Navnt htik doer to his Butte lit Wul unit tied and Atauiiiioiican tO t in servml at uucu Anvliu he itioiid tiu to iiincii nt u Keiituukiau tu ulavr tot rcc niixeti drinUrt on his Jilui Inn ike till DouriHiiatiH lit tiil tali11llJlliglal IIM il iiitifral of use late Gillis mi niui thV try wheel ol II gnal iy ni m the oiiiips Hlid the i toriin whi li Im was connected v stoIII 4ill lOOtiO or mure em t inir Itiliois anil in this in else mUllorrof the ii mt4vte Till i in t iii 1111 where tlio deaths ol u liii h siiiipansion of trafic J iKia trill of the magnitude dUll tiii limse Im t1i can papers in Kenttickv 4t Hi verdict in the case of iifo IViwf withuiit so far as we fcv uitiieii a Kindle xception as a mi fur unili IIM liupnblicaii isiil iitiii tiiaUM and thoy iIaI lit ive warriiiil ili nKeedillt4 with 111 iCHII tie vmilictt will iii e wlii hits VHrelully fnl ue viiirB anl Is at all fa ai iiii in ilitnit oiiidiiiiiiiri ix j n thihtYe piililiah else e l iMiiiuifiii mi Inn Iliuertt Slit Kii iKim in t iiiiajrii rinuMHeiald t M the roiiu i ufiitliuis in the re iCcpiitiian I oiivintiiin dWelliiiii lrlI in ucill Itniilttrtd to hob nit is HKilli ilialied Wliitt- ui t il a MtHt making a huh iiiiirnh LI the jijiitt that the Re- t wt re alixuiitn lo extend their ih IH ii r ItBJivcii nnd earth nn inrly IIh e in isiie nf the liiuulii- rt wiili ttiiiplMriJHoii the part- iif ill C iiufiu Kuipire He Ki J tihiitiitt luugeii and sighted i riil tm ihiistid for Uhllla Ihf cnuvul the IsrnclitiHfir the flesh Kgypt he coniiniicd wits as tisitartil wilh the Ilmillitr i IIfrllliOItIIL NIwwhy it hv li ihty want i Simply be 1Ii tie iitstof greed is in their heart HiiHf tlier luni to dip their suisa that c iiii the hhiw of Ohiiiige gold for poiiai stud nut natinnal aggrandize i vtit Vhat care tliuy of thu blood ot t 6 viairuaii noldiur rpillud ill wninnn lUninsB war sit long an their fitle- d1Jra ir tin nvtiilt fill MHcrifieo kli- ll1IIfllnl1 pHlriuliwn 1nnrn uru too a iy 111111111 and Soil fnw Lincolim ii ioutf their rankh to shy AllIS how tr luviiiy hnvp fuilui- sC L BrowerGo LEXINGTON KY Yen Know WHIt Carpet Bargains are in I you will know that theft t rvhijr prices are lower v r Miiotocl ill Lexing etle ASK FOR THEM Ii E MOQUETTE V 1J I1EU1 ar1K yard j 0S HJft t vri3u 7V yard i i s I1 ynrdn c ant i l lyinl jrarl t2p jrinli6c yard itisr ynucIK u1 VELVET 1 NJ 4Oljitil8 Jestrd J BEST ARIINSTER i So 3S MirdI yard 1rIt Iardf71c yard s I JAyity4r4j J rru GOBLINE No 48IIA31 yards Soc yard JThcre kro patterns Jn tliif file jSomo of them aro in our rv4 Window If you want a tine grade Carpcttoraboutthexlce of ii Tap Htry nroselir uonU your time i F1BroyierCd11 S AND BROADWAY tiu inq1g Jy I A rnoMiNExr Baptist preacher anti an influential Republican resident in an adjoining county made toe remark to fritlids here a few flays since that W S Taylor was in his estimation guilty f ilie rliarce br ferred against ih Ifll Ilk II II county rand Jury He Mill that II Mr Taylor lid not take an dctivo part in about Governor lioithelri assassination he knew of the plot mid was AS guilty as the man that Hm l the fatal shot No doubt should thR name of this distinguished gentle snail tx ilivultwl he too would he tie nounctd by the orjtansof assassination Loxnox society is alll1og over the mysterious oc urence of the Irince of RaudolphsChurchill Ion of her recent marriage to Mr Cornwall IB West The Enulisb people ffl Kiiobtf worship and bow down to royalty and all the doinw of the loiilny claim Uinirnndivided attention nut imitation 80 it will be in Auieri nhould the Republicans triumph in the fall election and inaugurate their pulley of Imperialldtic empire for that will breed the American snob who will solicitously worry over the health if Emperor McKinley each tune he has his hair cut for fear of his tak IlliT a Cold Tu rnil m a legend touching tho re turn nf H feline Attorney Crawford be lieves in it lie says he tins reliable FinleyIIshould liU case be postponed until October It U our opinion though that the two gentleman from Kentucky will stand pat on their present hand since they have refused to come to tune thus fur Taylors pompous declaration thai he WAS no fugitive and would return to fact any indictment against hm has been proven hy time to honly one of tilt byblstion has never Demi to play the titan and fare the tiuih since his guilty ton science forbado IN his speech at Georgetown in the Powers trial Attorney Toni Campbell stated hal during Governor Bradleys teim there were buG murders in Ken uirky 283 convictionH and 21i murder ire pjir luiibil joy lirahey denounces this htateuient as infamously false Of course it is hut nobody expected any thing else from such a scoundrel as Ium Campbell Mt Sterling Gazette Unv Mimlley denounces thb above charges tiiUn and the editor of the Uaztto says Ot conrse it is If the editor of tin above will invest gateor if III cidexaunsuo the listof par dons published in Veilnesdny even ings litiiKi will Bie that instead ilO iiindeiels bf ing pardoned the records ithow 23U and that Oov Bradleys statuiiiiiitsKiu false jind not Col Camp nrliV tilt iuzette would like to have you believe 0It truth we perceive the Rppubli rails Ire no 1tIIIIIClolIIlf law The ten dency on the pun of the administration to ncoumtR aid nnd abet by overlooking tile plain out and out thefts of Ics rll Sc1 Kuthbonu it u lIt the JnuanTorttni Service alltliorizfs this statfiiifiit Tins III the outgrowth of the principles of the High and Mighty in the land A King or Emperor always protects his minions even in their iiiquity less they rise up against him McKmleys policy is on these lines anti in allowing the trials ot these Cuban criminals to be post pOlled until ICIer the November elec tion he secures probable permanent immunity for them and aids himself by preventing the disclosure of their postal frauds from being made a cam paign iiwue against hiiumTerily mul tiple sro the evils of Republican reign BiiF ri the aKSAftAin of King Hum hOlt of Italy ban been given arenlence nf hard labor fur life Previous to this however he will have to undergo teSt yuaN of carcere duro a solitary cots ii lie hiosit peculiar to the Itnlun penal 10Iu This miaiis that he will liecliatn d to tutu bottom III HII iron funnel haped itll constructed tinder the ground where lie will never see tIme light of day speak to no one not even to his guardians receive no medical attention nnd le fed on scanty rations of lirrad anti Wilier If he stands the ordeal he has a chance to be cent to hard lalxir iinlew haclitcouneis hopeless IiisaiiH as did IaxKantw who was the first OUB to attumpt to kill King Hum tiert Such punishment as this is far worse luau dunih and few people ever survive ihu terrible confinement to tell any thing about it TilE wages of sin is death The Re puliiican party is doomed Their policy jf oppression is bearing its fruit and the poor are growing weary of bein round to dniitli by thu trntf Apro puts of tubs wo notice thnt after a care ful poll of Indiana the Republican inanngerM are brought fate to face with the alarming fact that Indian notably it Republican rJiateis 18000 Democratic at the prewent date as thy themselves ulmit Tho causes for this are those ve have just assigned mimelythatthe zrtttt mnsA of people gsni dinlric u optjrnted by time trust have kind b change of heart and now seek einancipatioti from this octopus labor grinding wage withholding grasp ot heir rmplnyers A dav of reckoning is at hatld and right will triumph over might next hail and weighed in the IJlllnllrc rind found wanting the Hamill- craSs wilt sink Into defeat and oblivion RoughRidersuse colored troops ot cowardice at San Juan in this language None of the white regulars or Rough Ciders showed the slightest sign ot weak ening hut uiidur thttittrain the colored itifmitrymen who had none of their oil cers to gut H little uneasy and to loft tu thu rear either helping wcundid neii or saying that they wished to Shut their own regiments This I would nO- I1IU1II1 it was depleting my Hue so 1 lumped UPlIlId walking a flrllll to he rer drew my revolver halted tilt ei renting toidien stud called out to IIIMII thuS I would shoot the first mast vho on sully lsretebsse whatever went ui this rear Thus was the end nfthe puible rr the sumked Yankees bCfI1iprobably sustain this reputation by impullltillilfir its author this fall CxsninATtti for county ofllces in Mid provfrbinldllJrejoices that such is the case We are nroud that Madisons Democracy can ooast of nnllmiied for Suds positions of public trust There are from three to a dozen candidates for the nomination to every niDce with In the gift of Madison countys Democ racy The selection of toRy of the aspir ants to the nomination they seek will not be mistake Each candidate is fittingly qualified mid will carry the strength of tho party in the final nIce tion in 1001 Sinco thenu candidates are ill worthy find qualified the question naturally arises how nro we to unlect from the number our standard baiirnrs ThivCifMAX suggests that ijie Dens rats of Madison county take notice of tacIt candidate and his work diirinu the present campaign and ruward them the noiiiinatioiiK ti hose whose rocord thlrttear mav JUKI V entitle tliernto rer the Dtsui raiic party for the various county pf flRea in 1001 The tltUAX being a t Democratic organ Htniiili ready us theIPERSONAL Mr C IV Wa11sjs aULiniettn washorsMr Thomas Embry of Fayetto was heYuJkst week j Vo Miss Mnry Logan haareturned from Old Point Vouiforu Miss helen Bennett is at home from n summers outing Mr Elliott Smith has been summei big at Esiihl tprings Miss May Taylor ia at home from a visit to Jessamine washereMrT D CbonauU Jr spout last eehcfttEstihLprInga r 3Cafl3 1CkI7 FPfQ P1r r days in Irvine last week ilr IA H Dlantbnlias returned from a trip to New York Cit Mr JM Baldwin of the telephone oxcbnngo is in Chicago Judge and Mrs J U Chenault were at Estill Sprill Sunday Mrs G G Pro wilt and sou Bon have returned from Iinieita Mrs Henry Perry and children leave this week fur Nlcholixsville- Mi8 Anna Gover of Stanford is visiting Mrs J11 Stoufler Mr Henry Perry has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Rev L H Reynolds of Austerlitz was in our city last Saturday Miss Molllo Fife has been spending a few days at Uuietta Springs Miss Lets Feland is back from a most beniflcial stay at AshvilleN C Mrs Eugenia hums lana returned from Lake Chautauqua and Niagra Mitts Dovio Letcher is at home from a visit to llarrodsbnrg and Lexington Miss Mary Irvine of Jackson is the guest ol her slater Mrs L IL lilnnton Mr John Noland is back from a months visit to Grand Rapids Mich Miss Pattio Cornell lIOn of St Louis is visiting her sister Mrs J C Mason Mrs Let tie Hunt of Clark connty is visiting Dr and Mrs Goo W Evans Dr W W Burgin and family have returned from an outing at Crab Orch aid Mr and Mrs Walker McKinney of Winchester visited relatives here Sun day Dr J M Ioyntz and daughters have cone on a visit to relatives m Mt Ster ling Mr C C Wallace attended the Re publican convention nt Irvine last week MrvArthur Pope of Cynthiana was tho guest of his Uncle P M POIKJ last Friday Mr Bradley Shawhaii of Cvnthiana was the guest of the Misses Hart last FridayMessrs Davo Iliggeretaff and James Dozier have been rusticating in Estill countyMrs K D Ballard and daughter Miss May have returned from Limettu SpringsMrs P McConl and daughter Miss Betlienia are both quite ill at the In firmary Mr Millard Wet of IjtncaMer has been spending a few duy at Estill Springs Mrs C M Clay Jr is guest of rela tiveH in Madison Paris Kentuckian Citizen Irs TuvIR Wilkcrson of Lexington visited her sisters the Misses Russell last week- Mr and Mrs Arthur Helm of Dan ville are guests of relatives in this city and countv 1II18Swgan of Louisville is tho plea ant guest of Mrs Anno Walters on CampusMiss French of Richmond is visiting Miss Mary Curran Cyn thiuna Times Mrs Elmer Dentherage is home after spending three weeks with her mother in LexingtonProf of Lexington visited his son Dr W G White and wife here last week relurnellfromPoint Comfort Mr and Mrs S Xovillo Moberley spout Sunday here returning to Ver sailles Monday Mien Mnyme Pickets is homo from Lexington accompanied by Miss Martha Dunn throughRichuinotid house in Irvine Mr Charles Cbenanlt of Winches ter spent several days last week with his parents here chilIdiivs last week Miss Carlyle Chenault has returned from a visit to Mrs Nelson Prewltt Uay at Winchester Mr Shulb Gibson of Gibson Station Va is visiting his brothers Drum and W MGihsou ExGov J P Eagle and wife of Lit 110 Rock Arkansas are sojouruing d Kstill Springs John H Taylor returned Monday night from Texas whore ho had been visiting his stutter Mr John Cohen of Versailles spent several days last week with his brother 51 r Mat S Cohen Prof J T Akers and family have re turned from Virginia where they have paired the summer Mrs Charles Arnold and little daugh visititigMrsMrs Rosn Ballard Jarman of Elm Tree Lane is visiting relatives at Rich mond Lexington Herald Mist Tommie West ol Richmond is visiting her cousin Mrs C F Den mini Jessamine Journal Miss Alberta Anderson and Mitts Amy Davidson of Lancaster are the guests of Miss Bessie Turley Miss Lilhu Black well of Winchester spent several days last week with Miss Minnie Dykes on Thirdstreet Miss Minnie Dykes entertained a number of friends at her homo on Third street Monday evening Mrs Lewis Schlegol and children were Biiests Sunday of Mr nnd Mrs Emil Illheart in Nicholasville Mrs Hal Grimes antI baby of liar ro loburg were guests last week of Miss Kate Blauton on the Campus daughterMhMrs Ben Wilcox near Irvine Jos D Dykes and family of Richmond were the guests of relatives here tlds week Winchester Democrat Misses Kate Blauton and Elizabeth Taylor will attend Miss May Escottts louse party at Shelbyville this week Mr and Mrs James Suiber of Dan ville wero this guest last week of Dr and Mrs II C Jasper on Broadway Mrs Stoulfer of Louisville anti Miss Susan Vniiar dale of Lancaster are visiting Mrs J IJ StouMer on High St MeSftrH John Arnold Zunii Douglas and iso Simmous have returned from weeks holiday at Crab Orchard SpringsMr GriiiBtead our popular ex press ageilt will leave the first of Sep tember fur his nuptial pilgrimage to PetroskyMr Mrs James Surber who Imve been visiting friends In Rich todayDanvihleAdvaente himbestsweekCuuhisleMeictiry Mrs John F White and family have returned JIIIIII JlU all winimbrs vi il to MisZekuMr Talbot Jackson is back from a visIt to his briither Mr Win Jackson 4t Camlwllsville and U lunch im pmveil ill hmeiilhhsIo1IiIIttJ iltulIllf Station Camp oflisthiiiisscity anil euuiiiy sirs G W Inkels and daughter tllurnolllllstWellllldILktt UIIRllIllIllIa Mr Tom Ballard and Miss Willie MrsErisesttiiiisig In this city Mrs L H Blanton was hero from Richmond forn short iiiie but re turned home on account of illness Cynlhiana Democrat ItldsuiondasmdNatuiihti guests of Miss fiesta tjliaekelfonf Mt Sterling tiuII till Ueul trat Mr and Mrs T p Willis and little daughter Nancy of Richiunnd are ofEastorDOlIg11WIYork where he will purchase fall and winter slock of goods for tho above firm phlldrenhp the formers parents Mr nnd Mrs Spears at Spears Station Jessamiuo county Rev W H Ryalls Is spending n few davs at Estill Springs He will return Saturday and fill his pulpit at this Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Mrs Nannie and datmhter Miss EVil alit Miss Mamie Miller of Lexington arc guest of the formers parents Mr and Mrs W 11 Wells near Union Mr E V Elder has goneto Sew York to purchase fall goods and will l e followed next week by Mr N Vi VVhiiH to tile same place and on the same business Miss Alice Iloyd Mrs J W Znrine Mr Ashford Reeves anti Rev W It Lloyd wore Richmonds represeultativea at the recent Sunday School Conven tion at UarlWq Messrs MitchellRiddell Mallard and Roberts of the Richmond Military band assisted the Irvino band in furnishing music for the Republican convention there last week Leslie Rice of Richmond is visiting Mr and Mrs Alex Rico Miss Kato Douglas the guest of Miss Alice Talbott has returned to her home in Richmou- dKentnckianCitizenParis Miss Susan Hume landed in New York thus 27lliafteru three months tour abroad SIte will spend a few days with her brother Mr Eugene Hume before coming to Kentucky Miss Lucy Crowe of Richmond who hRS been thu guest of her brother Rev Win Crowe Jr has returned home Judw A R Bnrnam and wife have gone to Atlantic City N JFrankfort RoundaboutMr John W Howard of Ford combining business and pleasure left Sunday for Cincinnati and Chicago While in time markets Mr Howard will buy thin fall stock of goods for the Ford Supply Company Miss Laura Lynn assisted by MIss Katherine Koou a full graduate of one of the best Eastern Training Schools will open a kindergarten in the Hobson building on September 3 About 20 children are promised Among the Richmond people so jourmuina at 1TIIII O are Mrs Win Irvine Misses Fannie Parkea and Emma WattsMiss Lula Bishop Weaver of North Middletown and Miss Miller of Winchester wellknown here Mrs B B Wilson and sons Reed and Teltord of Lexington are guests of Mr and Mrx B B Million near Million Station this county Mrs Wilson who was formerly Miss Alico Hancock is remembered In Richmond she having when a young lady attended Madison Female Institute Misses Bessie and Sadie Baughman who have been spending the week of the fair with Stough re turned to Paris Saturday afternoon Miss Stanch and Miss Feeuv will go to Paris this week to visit Mrs J D Feeny and time Misses Baughraan Lexington Leader Mr Geo Smith the violinist now at Estill Springs will locate in Lexington and teach violin lessons Mr Smith is the only distinguished graduate of of the Violin of thin Cincinnati College Music since it was organized 23 years ago He is a son of Al Smith the popular salesman for J P Morton ik Company Louisvillle Among the Richmond people that spent Sunday at Entill Springs were Mrs Win Irvine Thos C Chenault Jr Mrs Howard Neale Dr G W Evans A JL Zaring Jas J Neale E T Burnam W R Shackelford Miss Sara Shackelford Miss Ann Bennett Mrs W W Watts and daughter Jnoi R Pates wife and daughter W Oldham and Master Ronold R H Crooke J K Worral R W Miller Mrs Mattie Porter after a pleasant stay with her dan hler8MedaU1e Wm Shearer and Terry Hagan left for Mid way Ky to accept this matronage of the Orphan school located there Mrs Porter has been matron of Hamilton College Lexington for many yearennd is welt qualified to fill the duties of her position Her many friends here wish her God speed in her labors and earnest ly hope she may bo pleased with her changed locality The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Mary Logan andProf J Sanderson is announced for an early date Miss Logan is the oldest daughter of Dr J V Logan anti a lady who by her graces of person and charm of manner has endeared herself to her many friends here Prof Sun ilonon is a resident of Meridian Mis sissippi but for the past few years has hail charge of the Preparatory Depart mont of Central University Ho is a gentleman of sterling qualities and proven worth and the CLIMAX joins numerous friends In wishing much happiness anti prosperity to him and his bridetobo RELIGIOUS Rev Wm Ross Lloyd has returned from Athena Fayetto County where he lucid a prosperous meeting Twentyeight additions weru made and great religions feeling and enthusiasm was aroused Rev Lloyds success ns an evangelist has caused his services to be much in demand for in all good works he in foremost DEATHS McCouD Tim infant of Mr K P MondaylasteteryHuctaThie infant son of Mr and Mrs John Huclo of Union died Wed ticsiUy of cholera Infantnrn and was hurled in the family burying ground Thursday CUITKY At the homo of his son Clifton Curry In Jessamine county Monday John Curry Srof stomach trouble need about 70 years Burial in Bichmond cemetery Tuesday LoWKKY JUlsR Lillie Lowery died at her home in Washington D C Fri slay and was Iurltllin 1arin Ky Sun day was well known here was a cousin of Mr M G Brown of this cityT- HOMAS A sod death indeed was that of the Rev C A Thomas wise pawed away last week to join tue- majority nilpnt Hu was ont of the rostprominent young ministers Keuthckya- umd was widely known hroi1iT out the Bluegrass Cut down In the flower of lila youths with hK great mission only partially full filled his premature demise will be a distinct lost to time community and his place one hart to fill Central University The charter of Central University pinvidcs for a general system of edura tion As at present it consists of four colleces and four universities with an aggregate attendeure of students last scluiol session of UM5 Two colleges n imely the college of Attn and of lAW and also the Richmond Pre cityThu and hieuco will begin its twentvAeventh annul session on Wed cln Septem tier this 12th and presents to than public this following corps of olllctirs profes urH nnd instructors L H Blanton LL D Chancellor J V Logan LL 0 PresidKiit to the Faculty iirufeseor of Ethics antI Evi dence and professor of Psycholgy and Logic 1 U Harbour LL U professor of History and the Bible J T Alters Ph U ansI professor of English Language and Literature and LangtiagesCprofessor of Mathematics A Wilkes SinlUiDA DS professor ofPhyeiolrigyS Ph D professor of Latin and Greek rMAproCCE8orolChumislrv ii E Dnncan R A professor of French and Etigltuli and Physical Director Major R W Stevenson B SU8V professor of Military Science and Tac tics Fanderson Adjunct Profeasor of LatinandGreokla inBusiDRs Course Tho Rlcbnond Prjfinaratorv offew un- t4smildVMmksgseto the pOope u1ath aca co whg wishes to prn ro their boysf5i oifl or trib stIstsIs Pr54ofrtIIIIn 0 for any department in buinessjrhe following will be the corps of iustruc tots s 1 David Sanderson B AJJtm Greek 11 JJ Rose llntbtluaticJI lIt r W J Kteinert B AEngWh Civics LSt Uernmin Stenography Book- Keeping and Penmanship It W Stevenson BSU SV Military Science and Tactica Especial uttentinii will be given to the eleinoiitary hnmches Regular classes will he JnnMe l in rending spell ing and petininnshfp every in this depariiueiu will hits required to real to spell and to write uvery day until he pjise atiKfiictury uXlhullla lions in these studies The Military Drill is becoming more and more a feature ill our best preparatory schpolsi the ohject of which is to improve the health and physique of students as wellas give that elementary military knowIelgH which every citizen should possess that ho may render eilective aid to his country or state in ease of war or riot Throughout the year students in this department will be carefully trained in the art of public speaking A Literary Society has been organized and meetings are held once a week under the supervision of the faculty Thus the students of this department arts carefully trained In the art of oratory and in the art of debate and in parliamentary rules the societyvmtI give two or more open during the year PRIzEs ANn HONORS As incentives to the highest proficien cy the following prizes ate awarded A golu mcdal to the student Who at tains this highest average in studies A gold medal to tIme student who delivers the best declamation nllishclassesthe Atlantis the College magazine flICCIPLINE Without discipline no school can be a success All students will be treated as gentlemen and will be required to act as gentlemen in slid about the school Our discipline will be kind but firm characterized more by appealing to the pupils manhood and honor than by using harsh measures However those who fail to observe the proper rules of decorum will on repeated viola tion be dismissed from the school We shall insist upon regularity of attendance faithful application to study and propriety of conduct Smoking chew lUg unit profanity will not be allowed about the building or grounds nor loitering on the streets during school terms both in the College and glvIug1ul114H BLANTON Chancellor Richmond Ky Some men are unable to understand why they cant understand tImings Catarrh Cannot ba Cured with Local Applications as they can not teach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional di sense and in order to cure it you must takejntornal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts direct ly on the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is nota ijuackmedi cine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It composed of tIme best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces Time perfect combination of the two in gredients is what produces such won derful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CIIKNUY Co PropsToledo O Sold by druggists price 7oc Hulls Family Pills are the best FuiIa1 of ML I will bctxvcsn the hours of and II oclock m expose to public sle One UundrL landttuated udderFeifiesk S3temts r Si UOD i Said farm has comfortfcble dwelling thereon good water good barn and in a conveniently located and desirable close to schools and churches Also at the same time and place I will expose to public sale thirtytwo acres of land on Mile Road known as part of the old Tevis tract Said land Is also In a desirable neighborhood Possession iiPartIessmall grain and make such improvements as may be wanted Sale positive and without reserve Terms easy and made known on day of sale aug294w MRS JULIA A SCUDDER Executors Sale As Executor under the will of the late Miss Amandeville Boggs I will on Saturday Sept I 1900 at 10 a m offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder at her late residence formerly owned by W R Boggs decd the following described property viz H KitchenOUS r rminE Im m n3J HogsFineBacon Lard 2 large straw stacks 12 acres growing corn in field ISO cords wood J 5000 feet fencing plank and lumber 300 fencing posts At the same time I will sell the land consisting of 210 J4 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 acceptedTerms on day of sale WI L CRUTCIIER aulS4w Executor Br U1 reU1 CiAr to Tile GReATeST 11rprlfllltlt lor THe lce lOvery farmmsizaBnU nd great deaIeMhcr this Separator It does away with expensive machinery and quire no power or fuel to run Ze farmer with two or sore sews e- awww4ww afford to lie withoKt one Maaufactured three bee NoclaM4 IIprices 9860 1000 and 1C each Li ert d4seoiust he laCAN 444su- N45 M ey sittV- WrItMacw g4 S Cushnmn i1lr nrrJoe276m o ji I LEADS TO IMMEDIATE RELIEF anti final satisfaction An examination costs nothing Then we are in a posi tion to tell what wor will be necessary to put the TEETH In perfect order Wo endeavor to save time natural teeth where possible and put our knowledge of DENTISTRY to good use Extracting Filling Cleaning etc by our painless method Do not go to an ignorant Dentist and allow him to extrnctryour teeth but go to somewell informed Dentist and have you teeth saved DK HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government BIdg in lIobson Bldjr Richmond Ky Of fice open all night e O A CARD 1It I greatly appreciate the liberal patronage fextended to ine by the t- wf well dressing elite of 1 the city of Richmond wi ftJfnow a y ofWFALL AND C imn7i e WINTER WUVA o i- J and have endeavored J to secure the very best mechanical labor to be f had All I can say to andJtJ amine my Fall and f Winter Goods V 1satisfaction to one perfect and all f Thanking you in advance fur all patronage I remain V H S STOUT c THE TAILOR e JC ti wt t IR A CLEARING UP 1 ODDS AND ENDS II It begins at our store WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 and continues for one week During that week we shall clear out all the Odds Ends and Remf nants of our Summer Stock and in the lot youll find many articIs youIneed at prices you could never buy them for before even here and our t customers recognize us as leaders in low prices Ladies Slippers J 25 J50 and 175 values all go at 99c Misses and Childrens foot wear suffer a like cut ii Percales Ginghams Figur ed Lawns P Ks and Cotton If lOc and 12 l2c grades all go at 8 l3c Fancy Parasols Fans Wash V Ties Duck Skirts Torchan and Bal Laces all go at ONE r HALF price 4e 444 44444444T vvvvvvv yF CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK Cor Main First St A PAIR OFFER I will fill any order for you at tIlE eatnenric for anything hi the jewelry line that you can get from any othei city Selected from anybodys catalogue that you may have thereby say ing you ordering Respectfully jan3lyr DP ARMER Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON COUNTY COURT Z T Rica Ac Plaintiffs ON PBIITIOX Alt persons having claIms against the etatE ot Taylor Rice are hereby notified to file thc same legally verifled with the undersigned ot Z T Rice Admr on or before the 15th of September 1900 or same will be barred 8 ESCO1lMCMC C lIug22tw V 41 7I7I I7IH LEXINTQMVETMET E Pays You 300 for Every i Dollar Invested i J ttBranch office front room over Joplins furniture store i L P TODD MGR HN Hill 7I c 7II 7 c 5iE OUR t 4t Richp t IChampion Wheat Drills Disc Hfe and Milburn WagOOSd 1 BEFORE YOU BUY The Page Fence is the Best Woven 0 j cJIr 6w v- iDOUGLASA d S 4fI SlMMONS1i TIWYAREQI W il 1 1 i SALE ++ + ++ + + + + ++ + ++ 4 + + +++ IMens Shoes worth 2 00I 250 and 300 allgo for 175 J50 grade at 99c Boys Shoes that we sold formerly at 125 J50and 175 all go at 100 You get pick of the best in the house at that price These are but samples of our pricecutting for this sale All lines are affected by it Come get your moneys worth 44e+4+ ++ + + 444 44444444 f u OWEN MCKEE Richmond Kentucky nir UGGIE HAENI In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material carriagebuggy KlItUCKY rriae WorKs JOHN DONELSON Propricto IT IS n WORTH WHILE To inspect our stock to take time sut and look leisurely throughour L store Our line oicf IRNX11 I1 0of all grades is now complete and the low sureLgOhambet Suites Oaks or Mahogany also odd Bedsteads L 4 Iron Beds handsomely brass trimmed best Workmanship tapestr JJJ Rockers a home comfort in large variety Chiffoniers Odd Dressers and Stands 0 Extension Tables Sideboards Dinning Room GuCartsligAnd marry other bargains too numerous to mention 4 Carpets IfUdmki I IC OAAEL AND JflATTIN6- SAt Ctfor Cash JjMrp JOiI SIJOPLIN1 I1 d f H oYJ h ij rTvI f L SiS f P f 1r i r jrhoWsthrcj P lThe Richmond Cliniax WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1900 Five room cottage for rent price 10 per month Apply to DR GIV EVANS augl5tf Natural jcmluct water mill flour anil meal at A Blisters grocery on tiecoud Street angltf Tlin annual session of the Grand JigH Knights of Pythias will be held ir Uiiuheiiter fit October Hon Jinif H Hlnck will open trip rainllK hi JtwhiiHiicl by juuliin a tin court In UPI itxt Monday Uooii MfiiiKPImutl piano for sale chH t us lew Apply to W H Watts ii Ilipins RillS Mr2SSt Mr iViiitti n former resident of Ius IijritUv ill ut the hot t1 hill UIIh1i1aIRIIU Winters in Iiiiw William Itruut and Mifs Ltila Cul 111 f Vat my Vn w tilnpcd to Cinrln n i SttiHly iiii titre married in that VON Sunilny Natural prwlnetwIileuot as white us patent llitir is much bettor foUr health Fur Kile at IL A Baxter on Second street augltf lion James P Black one of the 1alIuliorators of the State will ad s We of Madison county at tii court house next Monday The September term of Circuit Court convenes next Monday The ilmket composes a number of criminal uses among which is the case of Doc liwory continued from last term Henry Cook colored porter for W uhlliaui Co died Monday of ap 1iMiiicitirt About ten days ago Cook- at I a quantity of grapes and was taken sick on next day resulting as stated illVO Among tho minor bequests in the will of the Into Joseph OKear is one of Keiituekyvgift IMWVIT willcnut he paid Until jitter tliir death ot his wife All Democrats are requested by the campaign cumniilHe to meet at the t rurt eightkimiitf end urraiigimeuts for the opcniig 01 tin campaign dibcttsged Dont for jtt Anderson UromUlus Ed Gaines anti iuorgu Stewart all coloredwere arnotud Friday last on the charge of iiliit snlti of vhioky Btoaddus was HUTU flOO and com in Judo Rices tllft Saturday The other parties we- rerc1 mi the ground that they were tliipliiyetl by liroakltis Willie jnrdan Fain tho sixyear uKI null in Air Nathan Fain of Fain villf EtilI county is a natural cUriosi- ty At the lIe iii tttoyiMirrt his weight Wall thirtythree puunds suit now at MX ho still pulls down the beam to the ivimoluitrli He flIrIII1IIS tho size ji a two year old and rim talk but little iioiwitlistaiidinj tut appennt viry bright and intelligent and is tile pride of hit fond father Tlieivnj ontoreil the reMJence of E V Elder on last Friday evening while the family were enjoying tho band contort down town Five dollars and tOil cents rewarded their efforts utiil after ruininayiiii the honsu thnv departed leaving things in great ditor iltr NHW doptodatioiis in this hue are reported almost constantly of late anti our citizens should la III a stock of bull iliirs fur tho Jlmolirof these light IitigeieI irtits It Is aiitiiiiinced that 1rof H J Siiiilerpoti who has M acceptably filled IrolfliratorvIthi put few years is to be transferred to tie branch school at Middles borough this fall which is to be in Ins rliirce liurini tim fnsuiiiy term A hat tr election could rot have been mlle for 1rof anlurM ii in n man of ripe ex perience mature judgment and an educator of ability f doubt not hut that under his progressive leadership the Middlcnboriiugh school will take an advanced place among the states seats of leirinii Tim Ixixinglon Herald Saturday says Henry Van Huk of Cynthiana wa the victim of one of the most unique robberies on record in n crowd at till fair Friday Both of his cull buttons were taken from lite cuffs with out even his suspicion being aroused The cleVer thief wet the cuffs in order to remove the buttons easily It ilucoiniiMi for pockets to be picked and shirt fronts to he robbed without the victims knowledge hut till man who suiteended in sponging this gentle mans ruirs iuil removing the buttons without disturbing the patient deserves credit for a must extraordinary feat Queer Case A queer case occured Tliunday in Nichoiasvillo vhoro a boy of 17 was iiinmol to a girl of 12 lilt parents ol both b ing present audsigniryini their appruval Oil the way home however thii mother of the girl objected to the ciiil lien riding in the atne vehicle Tli fait tier in thw boy thereupon took up fir lila son and handed down a de ciisi ii ti hut flfect that biuce they were m irijid they had a right to tbus they plllecl words lealing to bluws Isihirehiinjec ions ami tho iinue xion moviil on c Adfroff Eicjpc- On last Wodnesday a peculiar acci dent lii eiiel tiiW t uurmles sill bleat tile fairgrounds A high wind which was blowing nt the ii Inc Cit used the roof of the utablo to fall in but futilities were averted by the joists on whicii the tup foil prevunung it from bitiig borne tq the ground In tin sta bit at tho time wore a number of val uable horses ntnoiig them the noted llaxhall Claroiifc O Lintla hell and Mary Ibid tllefvof tliit been stopped by inejolsts in WeiitMieso luau bred auuiiiiin woiiM inost ruIthhtby have been killed or Kiirliiiisly injured and their iviruiJu was utsiuhtiug shjiti f miiaoulous Sad Mislurtune The many fimdn of Mr JI IJijou AViiiie were grieved and shocked oo yonil measure Whets llio report spread on lust FrnUy that Mr While under a Hiram of business pressure had tern porarially It Is Imped lost his mind Mr Whites strange actions attracted the attention of Mr A 0 Green in Cin cinnati lust week audI he summoned by lelegrapli Mr J J Ureenleaf who brought Mr White home on lh II rdll- o hetgtIig anti conveyed him to the rest deuce of hits sUter Mrs J fif Foster An examination by a number of our physicians he was pronounced telil per arially in lillie and collvyttI II I1r Wileys private hospital near Lexing ton It is thought that overwork anti the strain of arduous uttitnlioti to busmuss bnUjjIit on the attack and it is sincere ly hoped that teat wIll bring him back to himself lIill Ills lamentable mis fortune deplored by a large circle of friends wilt ardently wiah him the Bpoedy restoration tfiis faculties Cooper Co Shows When it is understood that the tre mendous strides of the famous Cooper li Shows were iimdw during the most depressed business periods it lit once beconiHS n source of siguifliMnco and creates a lively interest in the reasons for this peculiar prominence Why should ono show become so stgnahly- suiccessitil anti fune itself so prominent ly to the front There is but one reason for all this Cooper ft Co conduct their BtiuwB on business principles they em ploy none but the best in line Ie or she may bo fitted for Their horses ponies trappings cars nndIti fact uverythimr used LU required to properly placa below the people an Immense amusement enterprise are the best that muncves0 buy They allow no gambling srafilllgor gaineS otany kind to fuUcw or lie l 1I1lho and attendants TewlltotliPir lents bore Saturday fleiL ghvn thu ctislotutnrr street llr tlt10 oYloekiu ilie inorninir rwo Iarf- oruuncet4 J1 O H fl TKit 11 P J = ft VTe are authorized to announce YOUNGi 1partyWjrningl klepfccdshelter JacksonHaleausi 93w Guardian 1 osi13s jpotledwClghal reward formally tiilonnntloii lemlinu HichardtQu1or IIhIlSbeeufilledCreek neighborhood and it goes with out saying that this popular firm will run on in the same old way New Firm Messrs C T Tevis and Jaunts Broad COlliYarllconduct a coal feed and produce bust wellknowutshare of patronagn from our citizens Wool Corded Ellistou Mills will card your wool in to rolls On account ot the limited amount carded the cards ate not run every day but persons desiring their wool carded can send it in and get rolls at ouie specified time in future july4tf ELLISTON MILT Co For Sale Privately I will dispose of mv property prl vately lying in the forks of Richmond anti the Copper deck pikes in Garrard county For further information call on A Ror Jas M Denriy Point Leave 1or the undersigned at Richmond W K DEXNY- 13jno 3m Public Sale I will on Saturday September cx poso to public sale on the premises gnodsAmtlugby Gondolier Out of Forrest Belle Jill bred by Col T S Moberley vlf farm pubIIcly22augtChanp ol Residence At the bciuing of September Mr and Mrs Neuie Bennett will begin housekeeping in the cottage now occu pied by Mrs Nannie UUCKS oppositio llio Infirmary on Glyiidon Avenno Mrs Utiess and niece Miss Clintic Cunningham will board with Mrs M A Lynn on iliu corner of the same thoroughfare Gdebels Will The late Gov Goebels will which wad probahted Monday leaves all his posseebioii in his brother ArlUtlr His wealth roiifiirttoit chiefly of bank stock bonds and real estate He owned a piece of property in Covington valued at 40000 nUll stock to thu amount of SIOUX lu the Citizens National Bank of which he was a director Sunday School Convention The StatoSundny School Convention heli its nnnnal meeting at Carlisle last week and after an interesting session over which Dr William Rogers of 5inlKtovn presided closed electing Unv J1 Spencer of Lexington Presi dent for tin ensiling year Much good was done Inll great enthusiasm engendered Kichmond was represented by Rev W HUBS Lloyd County Campaign Committee Thin suite Democratic Campaign Com mittee at its receut meeting in Louis yule elected as a Campaign Committee for Madison Co Messrs J Tevis Cobb II H Colyer and M F Arbuckle No better men or truer Democrats could have been chosen and it under their generalship Madison is not lifted out of tho Republican Slough of Despond we will be very much mistaken Mr Cobb was named Chairman of tho Committee Sunday School Picnic Tho Kavanaugh Union Sunday school will have a picnic and outing in thin beautiful Woodland of Mr W W Pigu on the Irvine pike three SaturdaySoptetuiber MpAakern among whom will bo lion w It Smith and Kev IL G Turner will be present and a pleasant tints is IroiiiiKjd to all who attend A basket dinner will l e rpread at noon with plenty ol ice cold lemonade The public is invited to Attend Madisons Oiland Gas Fields la be Explored It is probable that company will be formed hero in tbq near future for the exploration of the natural gas and oilfields in Madison coiqtty XA nntnber of finds have b on uiuduTecently near Mt Sterling and among the stock holders of the Montgomery county com patty who is interested in the move ment here is Judgtt H 0 Rice En thused by the success of that plant the Jiidgo is uudeavonng to organize a situ liar movement here Hw has the best lyUhuiiof this community in his public spirited nuiiertaking Shoctinq ARray in Irvine In an altercation at Irvine Thursday last Elinor White suit of lion J B White tho Democratic candidate for in the Tenth District shot and probably mortally wounded Owen Neal The men hail not been 011 tho best of terms for bouio time aid or meet hug Neal it is claimed threatened to cut Whites throat whereupon ho was invited by the latter to proceed Neal accepti the iutationlllltrttJll toward Jqteidejtmstbelow N about 25 years of ago while Neal is about CO Tenth District Convention The Republicans of tho Tenth Con gressional District held 1 lively con volition ut Irvlno on Thursday and Friday last resulting in the nomination of JrJ Hopkins of Ilke county For a white Judge W M JJuikham of Winchester a Brown Democrat seemed the probable nnminen but Ins Repub licanism was of too recent a date to insure his election w an old line U pub liwn was chosen The other candi dateft were James Sewers of Pike J B AIan uln Jlienthltt mid tho lion Stafford of Johnson Tim district however is Democratic and Dorcoc rniy caudldito J U White is a sure winner The Cat Came Back Mr John Mershon owned a cat of which be was ycry fond It was a Phalli old very day cat of the feline spcies Some sitherstole or ran oft this faVorltu ot Johns and the- IUssO Directed himthat Wink Bigger stall cried for three days and Stewart reTttsed to be omforjled even declln to look upon a fine of cattle oirerecV him at nalFprico Film lya friend of Joh tJ tr tm cat and Imploved Bill Bnrnntn to dumb the tree wliimper now words In pus utyS luff ear Next 1110rull1Iho cat citulie hack abtl there W8i3 tor three das and nights in the Merl1n Items OVeu tile reatoratiOti of luL Igeuow saf iy chua- IncLeowytc LtJj 1Itsw ScheeLCiny- cthlleloispub1lehed h program of the heltllJtgUll WGruwfrdfhisWorkllcv theRecitntinu illit1WIKJIH fpfItFoigtilace 4T tii rTti SittiItyhey T hc UWork AW imls iiiflJ CornILc l 11meVErirrlse j u Improvement Co orJanlzuub ulthetins been1itporbe l urn party of Hich lCRIforMississippifrom Collln8ViLCPre UarrisJeiteral GwLexingtonenterprise h oiiiiiictilntton of stutflpsiihuLiioitdthin home of industry Ninety Days Four young gentlemen of color by ChuenaultVihharrainged before Judge Rice WIIICi1fromUrns Grocery Judge Rice decided jurilldiltioA plain CaSe of theft was made out against the culprits stud on a compro mise of tho prosecuting and defending dRYiuwould have been more beneficial for the sake of example as these petty robberies are becoming as common as black bar ries and must be stopped Thus names adornJailorexemplifying the saying of how poor a thing it is to be overshaduwed by a great name Colored Fair The Princes of Ethiopia held high carnival here last week on tIle occasion YMday and night unto night our streets 0darkiesand out for a good time On the grounds the most perfect of order pre vailed as a result of nothing stronger than rod lemonade being vended dayforpowerfulwere fast and hotly contested As the whole the fair was a pronounced success ableheadwozkdent Emmett Erabry and Generalising Spencer Burton Methodist Conference A movement is on foot among the LOnJrtmUIuhereence meet in our city next year This years session convenes in Nicholas ville early in September and the place and time for the succeeding conclave will be then named The local Metho dist and their pastor Roy H 0 Turner are making tin earnest effort to have Richmond selected for this honor and all progressive citizens irrespective of denomination Join in approval of their purpose and wish them success should their invitation be accepted it would be productive of much good lo the community for the contact with and presence of these men of God would do much toward cultivating a spirit of godliness and awaking a relig ious revival among our populace Public Speaking On next Monday Sept 3rd the Dom ocratic Campaign opens Throughout tho length and breadth of the State from tho Pennyrile to the Purchase from the Bluegrass to the Mountains tIme hills will echo with pure Jefferson joyfulsOlneof the best known Democrats in the state including Gov Beckhnm and exGov McCreary who will bo beard at Henderson lion J D Black nt Rich mond V45 Smith at Lancaster H V MeOhesneyat Clinton W T Ellis at Madisonville J H Mulligan at Lexing ton lIon Chas K Wheler at May field AttorneyGeneral Breckenridge Law reuceburg Hon B AV Bradburn at Glaegow Nearly every member of the State Administration has been riven everyCongressmanCongress Glcde Democratic Club Growing The Glade Democratic club hick its third meeting at the Menelaus school SnturdayIlltorestthis Glade this year as never before Tlie club was furnishedwjthm a list of 72 names by candidate Bud Dnnn making n total of 22 for thus club up to the present time The Club was addressed by the lou Win Smith of Richmond in aorcibte aDJ- e oquent address setting forth the evils attendant upon the present administra Lion in n manner characteristic of the speaker and urging upon the peonle the necessity of to monopoly militarism imperialism government by injunction and many other evils that are pauperizing the people at the present time He corn plimented OCltlb very highly on the work3t is doingJ EARLY Chairman Cigar Factory importanthtmdustries grow its local and to take on nat tonal finite is the Cigar Manufactory operated by Mr Fred A Miller under the direction of a progressive company of stockholders Mr Miller came here two years ago and began operation yeirdueG H Vaugbt is PresitlentW 8 hums VicePresident and C H Chenaut Secretary and Tresury was formed Dumirtg the past year under this able directory tho companys business has increased wonderfully and now em ploys twentythroe hands iu the factory two men on the road tobaccochuieflyfrtn la used and when put up by Mr Miller ill popular brands brings from 35 to sum per thousand The present capital stock of the company is hut plans ore on foot to increase it to JO 000 enlarge the factorys capacity and put tnoro men on the road Cnpt J D Feeny is the polite and efficient salesman for Kentucky and ttJrporalionsincrease of toe factorys capacity Millers knights of tho JtriJNllI invade tim South and Vest Richmond should be proud indeed of this enterprise which Is spreading her name tar and wide anddolnJt to earn for her a reputation of thrift and industry BIRTHS DUNOAX To Mr and Mrs B K Duncan IMday IsBtafine boy OBKEN Mr and Mrs Charles Green are rejoicing over a this girl The little stranger made its appearance on Aug IS and has been christened Mary Nea- lGmrtwoonTa thus wife of J Roger itituwood of ML Steifingv formerly Mius Kate Hoot of Louisville a girl Both Mr anti Mrs Gatewood are well known huro and their itiany friemis Join in epiupatuhatflgthueniUverthe event As many people as pretend to go ftsh IIHIenc t SPECIAL SALE OF SHOESEVERY MAN WANTING Af PAIR OF SHOES WILL SAVE BIG MONEY IF THEY BUY OF US Come and see and get Prices wewant to i CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE SUMMER LINE OF SHOES CovlngtonMltchell IsaoeA CARD To TIlE PEOPLE or MADISON Co f There being a report III circulation in some sections of tbu Coun ty that I went to Frankfort while the Legislature was in session in 1808 to oppose tho Chitin School- Book Bill and this being untrue I deem it proper to make the following explanation to wit I was at Frankfort in 1808 but went there on othor business and not to oppose the Chitin Bill Immediately after my election in 1SUtand being a neighbor to our representative the lion W W Combs who was elected with me in that notorious hard struggle for democracy and being elated over our victory told him that I wanted to make him a visit while ho was in tho Legislature and that- I wanted to go to Frankfort any how get acquainted with the State Superintendent under whom I had t6 work get in touch with that office and titus better prepare my self to assume the duties of theof fice to which I had been elected This and only this was my business at Frankfort and at the time I promised Mr Combs that I intended to visit him and the State Superintendent for reasons above given The Chinn Book Bill had never been heard of and I would have been th re just as 1 was if there had never been a Chinn Bill It was in no way the cause of my being there It would have been useless for me to have gone to Frankfort to oppose the bill as I only knew one member of the Legislature and that was Mr Combs our own representative and I saw him every time he came home therefore if I had wanted to oppose the Chinn Bill and had had any influence with Mr Combs I could have exercised it at home and without going to Frankfort It is also reported that Jack Chinu and myself had some sharp words about the bill We did have a few sharp words but not on ac count of my position on the Bill but because of his remarks viz He asked me if I attended the meeting of the County Superin tendents held at Frankfort dur ing the Christmas holidays which had been culled by tim Stite Superintendent as the law provides and which was just before the leg islature met I was not at said meeting and told Mr Chinn so He then told me that a great many of the County Superintend ents had attended said meeting and that they hud been brought there by the American Book Corn pany and that their expenses were paid by said company Of course did not know whether this was true or not but I did not believe it Mr Chinn with his remarks which I thoughtAyere uncalled for impressed me in this way that he regarded the County Superintend ents a low and degraded class of officers and had been bribed aud- I told him sharply that I did not believe his statement and that I did not believe that he believed it and we passed a few words in this way This was our controversy in a nutshell Now as to my position on tho bill ldo not say that I then thought the entire bill was what it should have been I believed and in fact I knew that we need ed a law providing for cheaper school books and whs in favor of cheaper books aud expressed my selt so but said that I wanted good toiks and wanted the quality and standard maintained and that if this could be done under this bill that it ought to pass atid be come a law Now last year the Chinu Book Bill was incorporated in our Dem ocratic State platform for the first titHe and not a man in Madi son county snppprted that plat form and the candidates who were nominated upon it gore earnestly and fervently that I did I made the best effort that I could in speaking for it ui rJ8t cam iptitgn When elk QI1W do uttJMiiQrtbecaMMH fHai I re 1yvlJl ntid dul every thing in my power to help carry this county for Mr Joebil on a platform embracing the Chinn Bill I am for tIme Chum Book Bill annoniiced myself a candidate on this basis which can be seen by referring to the Climax issued on 28thof last March and I shall be glad to sse the day when Kentucky can get school books as cheaply- as any other State in the Union Rosnpct fully submitted JW WAGERS Richmond Ky Aug 27 1900 Tho following resolutions show tho esteem hell by tho teachers of this county both white and color ed for Superintendent Wagers WHITE TEACHERS Friday August 10th Resolved That we the teachers of Mudison county having labored with hun for three years and being in a position to judge of his quali fication recognize in our worthy County Supt Prof J W Wagers not only a capable courteous pub lic olhcial but a true friend of ed ucation a leader thoroughly in touch with the teaching force and one who has the best interests of the schools of the county at heart Realizing that it would be unwise when our schools are making the progress that they areabpresentto change Superintendents we unan imously commend his candidacy for reelection to the voters of Madison county believing that his clean efficient and successful ad ministration entitles him to a see ond term COLORED 17th Resolved That we are highly pleased with tho friendship and sympathy of our County Superin tendent Hon J W Wagers shown by his kind treatment in all mat tors and by his recognition of merit and ability in the selection of Prof Williams for our Instructor Blue Grass Seed That Will Come Up I will Bell 3000 to five thousand Imsbels of Blue Grass Seed on two hundred 250 and sixty acres of land TertiiH cash paul in advance to inu in person White Hall No letters CASSIUS M CLAY 5101000 lleglaterLexington Leader Paris Kentuukiau Citizen will publitili CLAY umv23tf Waco Scrape A cutting alFiay occured nt Waco last Saturday night In which Vm titiibry of color and another darkey 01 Eoibryhadmond that afternoon stud started for home with ten dollars and fifteen cents itt pocket and an easy conscience in hand As the shades of night drew on apace Mr Embry pulled up Ida wagon layhimlater he was aroused from happy dreams of endless watermelon fields to the practical reality that road agents were upon him He found his pockets turned tiiulde out and his money gone and descried in the dusk a dark hued form climbing into a buggy He forth with girded up his loins and demanded hltt coin but to no avail an the gentle man of this rubber tire denied his dower acquaintanceship with the melon vender Much incensed at this im probable story Mr Embry rose up in hill wrath stunts the unknown His knits however broke ofT at time lilt and did no injury Still intent on re venge Fmhry followed his enemy in prtcnrIncarcass of his via a vis who still denied moneyOfficersIn the gains and conveyed Euibry to Jailer Lackeys manor where he is at present Ills ensuing trial will prove whether hula antics were thus effect nf moonshine nightmare or to infritiu input of his liberties as set forth by thug Fourteen Amendment It lets since ileroloiKd that the wounded titans name Is Steve Hay At the present writing he is on this rapid road to re covery Bids will be received for a remedy that jq PopsinIoranjtS fun The pin who can be agreeable with the toothache hiss an ideal disposition Where the digestion is good anti the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no habi tatlo in the human body Whites Cream Vermifuge not only destroys every worm but corrects all derganRCr menUtif the digestive organs Price tPerryklhomlWJ atigllm Poverty may be a blessing but only wheil it Is clitiKlnz to our ouenijes renrNthe or bottte of Dr Cllldwen1 Syrtf toctmttll11 f TT cI i t TilE WEEKLY SALES AT THE Oll1f 0rIlU 1no fl +f++ A n 0 U Are crowding the stores daily with eager buyers anxious to take advantage of the many good things that are being Slaughtered the GREAT STORES ALL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES pricesManyAll Carpets Linoleums Rugs Mattings Oil Shades Lace Curtains Tailormade Suits that were advertised last week will still con tinue to be sold at prices named on them during these weekly salestt The Specials For This Week Q tAre all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRIGKS Our stock of wash goods has just been added to by a large shipment of choice things in Dresdon Jacquets Primrose Battin Cloths Golden Rod Dimities Satin Stripes and Organdies from one of the largest importing houses in the East These goods will all be included in this closing out stock sale Many of the choicest things in Dress Goods are still to be had in the dress goods stock and former prices will be entirely lost sight of in this great slaughter of prices to close them t P WillflceGood 44 Sea Island Cotton at 5c worth Gic Trion Mills AAA Brown Cotton 5Jc worth 7iq Good 44 Bleach Cotton 4Ac worth 6c V 7icLondsdaleMasonville Bleach Cotton 7c worth lOc Our Celebrated Rival Bleach Cotton only 7c during this sale The price on this cotton was never Jess than lOc All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Tickings Cottonnades Cam let Jeans etct will be included in this Great Closing Out Stock Sale and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them Specialprices 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 ofanykind give us a call weIL OLD M COMPANY RICIIMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Easy to Take Esyto Operate Uecnuse purely veceffible yet thorough prompt healthful satisfactory MOGd S PilsWhen a minister fails to stick to Ills text it may bo because he believes scat tered shot hits the moat birds Blotches and excre ence which so often annov peoplenre simply efforts of nature to impediments to the proper performance of her duties Hurbine will moist nature in her work and ensure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all Im perfections Price 50 cents Perry I angllm Lots oi people are pleased with nice weather when it really makes no difference to them Herblne is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it thor oughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors and expels all impure secretions of the body Price oOcts Perry Thomtts augllm When a person goes fishing it is talteti about as much as when some folks net married Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema Tho intense itchingand smarting inch allayedbySifin Ointment Many very bad 8ses have been permanently cured by It H Is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains mud chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Condition Powders 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 in prime condition Price 25 jenfa per package It takes a pretty good mental digestion to swallow flatterv A Jlutlirr Tells How SIte Saved Her Lit tie DanghterK Lift I ant the mother of eight children anil havo hud a great deal of experience with inedirlUOH Lust uninier my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form We thought site would this I tried everything I could think of but nothing seemed to do her nui3 Lfxxl I SaW by an advertiscmeiit in our paper that Clmmbrlaud Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Uemedy was highly recommended and sent got a bottle at once It proved to be one ol till very best medicines wo over bail in the house It saved my little daugh ters life I am anxious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine it is Had I known Rat first1 it would have saved men great deal of anxietyanllmy little daughter much GEO bYIPerpprofeMj100a1 The soothing ntl tualing prppftrti tlpleanent ciirerf m it A great orft t with the p4 hi everywlierdi Of tfJt llJ III c 01 When we havo good blood we are healthy strong vigorous and fuhlof life and Olllrv Hoods Sarsaparilla makes good blued It Women who have no children art al ways president of something1 or other Why Dont You Eal1 No jetito you say Stomach feels bnd Well take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and you can eat anything Sold by all druggists nug 8 in A steady di3t of watcrmelonois calcu hated to mako one feel seedy ytI ono knows the unbearable torture pnincuusedbytheui Many believe incurable This isa mistake Proper treatment will cure them TablorV Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible cure Price SOcts in bottles tubes 75cts Perry trc Thumas nufllni No Maude dear it is not unusual for a tailor to Iii a suit Record in Blood The record of Hoods is literally written in the blood of millions of people to whom it has given good health It is all the time curing dl sense of the stomach nerves kidneys and blood and it is doingcood everyday to thousands who are taking it for their ppor appetitetired of feeling and general debility It tIthe best medicine money can buy Hoods Pills are nonirratating Price 25 cents Not many men aro content to relate a smart thing once and let it go at that S3 60 A DAY GUARANTEED ONE Agent Lady or Gentleman in each county to open branch office and es grRiloLauncJrjalltJ len Soap Co 612 W Adams street ChicagoIIl augllyr 2m The winner in a horse race lisa a run of Inca NoNEtnER 61800 PEPSIN Sviui Co DearSlw 1 fool it my duty to write to you and let you know how much good your medicine lias done for tue Twnntylhrte years ago I was taken with some kjpd of stomach trouble and TIytIltlneuralgia set in on mo and I got so hnrtlliIbaud received a book through the mail advertising your medicine and he sent our lit e boy to the drug store to get ono ofyZnr tencent bottles I be Jan to use It is strange to sav but its the truta tho second dose I took gave me IoU of relief I kept on using it till I used iL nearly one year and now I am nearly as strong ns I used to bound caD ao any kind of work Ireeomnuend it to all for it seems tome it would cu I have rotten several to use lr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin audthey all SAY it has done thorn so much good God bless Dr Call well and his medicine for doing me so much good Yours with respect Mis ISAIIELI WHKLK- BFretQwtir Jackson Co Ind gtild by all ditigKists nBgBln A true lejr e match makes two leM + light Rnafl1cuowMalenestjIves itvMnnt- rollt In eettc t4eIis hwiia hHi6e1 Si mlts etc fr5MIi I r o w f COOPER CO BIG UNITED RAILROAD SHOW WILL GIVE TWO PERFORMANCES AT RICHMOND SEPTEMBER 1ST Traveling in their own train of Cars carrying 50u PER PORMERS 5 i8A BAND OF J8 SOLO ARTISTS18 5Funny Mirth Provoking Clowns 5 30PERFORMING HORSES AND PONIES30 The Greatest Troupe of Japanese Performers traveling atisalary of 1000 per week 4FREE STREET PARADE AT 10304 i hi POORS OPETATl JUTEft P M PERFORMANCE fSZJjfZS ADMISSION REDUCED TO 15 AND 25 CENTS A free and easy expectq allon iff pro duced by a few of Coossens Honey of Tar in all ease of Hoarse ness sore throat or difficulty pfbreath ing Fries 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomw augllm When a boy goes tn a ptrange town the lIst thIng he notices is every strange noise During the civil warM well as ia our late war with Spain dia hoes was one of the most trottblesoin diseases the army hind to eeetend with In many inetaace it became chromuicand the old soldiers stJM Miffetr from ii Mr David l ykw of Wind Ridge lGreene Co Ita fe otve oftlteSe H uses Cham wrkins Colic Cholera tnd xliarrhoea r founti any mob quick BeMoltdyiwtd8IIYSMil1jf lerry tJ c Ic In the will of a charitable man it was found bo had left a legacy to a legless friend What Net ig Say h Do not say I cant eat 2Mt Hoods SarsapArilla antI say If1fhungry nil the time and food never hurts me- Never say to your friends that you nightIftell Hoods Sarsaparilla cures that tired feeling pimlesby some one theres HO need ol that rspariIkcnrespinpk8It toc u say my health w poor nail my hN4- lrbnt Hoods SnwnMHIU will gIva yen xeo4 Mood asil Kyod Ittltlt vill I JIH1ij tJrU III1lI IrTp I rruwflfl fl ofloods AND Our prices SIwhtfn11ia a 1 mID m llhiBThe DlJJUn i ladies cannot he decehed hy catchy phniscs nor bombastic claims All buyinthe world select the la youbtithe latest uptodate goods Ts that what you want If so trade with Wnit AND Gibson1 6OO CHICAGO And return from Cincinnati BIG FOUR Lv Cincinnati 830 am H20pm 830 pm rC12lcago530 p m BIO pm 1I5 am J 1tIl Jfo Uf 11tqeaf- JTCteOw f Tltt at Sat ef PuVVmaxv SVet trs 1afOT eaTs ate-xt 1eg eOaCtS ot ot w 0 c IITrnins leave Cincinnati from Cen tral Union Station Corner Thin anti IVntral Avonue Paraemors from the South avoid all trnnfer across tho city nml pntpr Chicago along the shore of Liiko Miohlir n affording an excellent vi w of flip Tnkn Front All trains pn ter Central Station Twelfth Street Chicatro Tickets will be eold for the 31th Encampment O A R AnguntM to 2i Inclusive with turn limit until September 30 depoilled- with Joint Agent at Chicago prior to 12 oclock noon of September 2 Call at Big Four Ticket Office- N W COK FOURTH AND VINE WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Oenl Fan Tkt Agt A O P T Agt J B KERVKS Ocnl Sonthern Agt CINCINNATI O 1111Q WaJO Gt1EXPRESSED DIRECT FROH DISTILLERY TO CONSUMERS ALL CHARGES r uAIO ffTll are sot ldJrdrs II gn IsII aidwe trill riaid J eforeeh irMlon t rordct ol r1 j3 THAN TWO gallons ir In u i vijr ll r1a luW e 2 275 350 4Zot ciCUP x1 e Slock 4O- D rdtlriuryuJrJMYTZTI V rr nrAwyTjuiiiiers Ere ci = AJOTt Ore Ws h md vnd- bttIGa44 l tar gAdflI UU1V Orrtr fur Sir Gallon W hlppnl by JKEIUllT Mbitbr Stat nnITrritorlni 5 fuu2IrtilII1KU1 tl t11 llk t4h tin tier Dept P xall Exp Orb i I3Iune6m PITT BURG EThAL TK YARD J EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged andrearranged t is the nearest point tp Ea n Best Distributing Point Past of Indianapolis for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New and all Eastern markets Good birycrs always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at tntionPRIVATEHOSESALE3 EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODOKNELL General Mgr MADISON INSTITUTE Thu Tolleciate yir comment TUESDAY KEPTEMDER 11 1900 The Iist unto will Inopen fur tho reception of students on turdlw tho 8th of septiinbur next Those wishing to secure platta for their daughters or wards all advised to apply early L44t nil who deniuii enterinj the Institute next session be present if at nil I1Wiat the first uhxuiuliliu of the school Tuesday Keptend er 11 as an ulpuiico of a week or tun lit that tinieWill be feltseriously throHghoutthesesHiuu Persons winhinc to have an interview with the PrirnIpal beforo placing a student in the sclioul would do well to rail at the Institute before the opening djiy This will iiiNtire to the patron the undivided tinm and attention of the Principal anti it will ex edite tht work organization Eery alwencn of the Principal from the school nnm attor 830 a tn Septumber 11 delays the work of cliLBBilicjititit and nixiinizathin Conic tliHii if pitf ihli fur nfl preliminary arrangements before September 11th Jf you do not find it practical COllie ou the hut orany day thereafter On SuiiuTi lWl fxniiitl iiottif wan r celvol that JUaHson ItiKlitute had been plaivil nn tit list i aivrditeil Mlinols ut Wellesley Collejre und Viuwar College 1r HIIIIU titiii w liiive held th right recjiliaiinn to Cnrnill Univernily fit ndeitlK desiring ivMniitr any ohnof tliesftiiiHtitutron may enter iponrurC- trtitllalo utter hvlti mwfuctnrily ciimpleteu the College rrAJlaret r CHANGES IN FACULTY FOR 19001901 t Ir 1 f AU EN POUTHWOUTH PH II FLORENCE STURTEVANT Phi IVta Kapim JoniHt Univurxjty Inpil iif Mario Bissell few York History lind hub iceiElobutlonPhvBical Cultures C ROSE EH KEN 4raliiato laIfCiiiservatoryGerinati 1t1 lPII L fIltti Von Btilowj r Piano anti Striiipul Instruments Al itlier IiiKtrnctorH same as last year Your pMnuiajiH i cordially solicited For further information address 2lul2MISS ALICE LLOYD Principal h1a L1Tithj Manufactured ofcelebrated Waco ClayIst Prize at Centen fiat Exhibition J 876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factoriesT- ile Drainage Is a PeraiaceBt impror lInt lotldr Diameter Price per toOl Prtea of nranchei ApprorWifliTht ot Tile i itu each Tile eaph 3 IIL 10 ta a is on 6 iI18M W 00 i J fl E js 30 11 100 in za J2 60 42 Price list F O B Cars atJTactories wherononegrewLforeA well drained farm will cause youtqtbe remembered more favorably than a sky scraping marble shaft Only well drained land produces the largest and best crops and the best investment possible Factory at SSAKCY STATION P Oj WACO MADIION KY Ii gfr KENTUCKY ELECTION LAW The Generable Apsemby shall elect 3 commissioners If a vacancy occur in said board whilst the General As sembly is in session said vacancy shall be filled by election by said Assembly If a vacancy occur in vocation the sainn shall be filled by appointment bv the remaining member or members of said board SHill State Hoard of Election Com missiouere shall appoint election com iiiitibiims for each county in this Com inouwcnlth whit shall bo styled the County Board ol Election Cuinuiib sitiiieis Said county board shall appoint for each election preciltet in the county two jiiiUnfi one clerkittii one nh rill PICCtIUI Htid tine of the jillgts at each plaw of voting shall be of one political party mid tlie other jndge of different political pannhli there shall be the between the sheriff anti cleik Any member of audi county board may lie at any time removed trout ol lice by the Statn Hoard All vacancies ill saul rnnntv hoard shall be filled by shUt Stale Joanl but until such va cancy be luau by the State Hoard it maybe temporarily filled by the reo mainiitK members of the county board Said county board of commissioners shall constitute a board for examining anti canvassing the election returns of each county and awarding aud issuing certificates of Section And forward the same to the Secre tiny of State at the seat of government Vben the election of a Governor or Lieut GavertHT is contested a board for determining the contest shall be formed by lot among the niembersof Assembly as provided by the Constilul thou Art III See 24 Laws o trttlThe decision of the said board shall not be final nor conclusive but is decided by the Assembly The said State Hoard of Election Commissioners shall be a hoard for examining and canvassing the returns of election for the offlcpR of Governor Lieut Governoror other olllner elected ormoreCourt of Appeals or Clerk thereof Cir cnit Judge Commonwealths Attorney Representative in Congresc lector or President or questions of constitution amendment It shall constitute a board for de termining the contested election of any officer titan Governor or Lieut Governor elected by votes or the whole State or of judge or clerk of the Court of Appeals circuit judge or Common Where another titan the person returned shall he fount to have received the highest number of legal votes cast suMi other shall be adjudged elected The county board of election commissioners shall be a board in each county with like powors for determining tho contested election of any officer elected by the voters of the county excepting members of the Assembly and also of any other office where there is no present provision for such contest NATIONAL REPUBLICAN LAW Sec 15 The circuit judge shall for each State in his judicial circuit ap point three persona who shall be known as tint United States Hoard of Can vassers All vacancies are filled by the said judge 011 each such district is alsoappoitited- a Chief Supervisor who makes out a list of eligible and thereupon the Court shall appoint such number of Su petvisors of Klectioti an the Chief Su pervisor shall believe to be sufficient to provide for filling all election die tricts or voting precincts within his jurisdiction Krum the appointments so undo the Chief shall select for duty audtlhaUdelliJlIate and assign for each election district or voting precincts persons but two of licim audI tie of the same political party Sec 5 The appointment of any Supervisors of J may at any time re voked or renewed by the circuit court SIc The Chief Supervisor may relieve and suspend from duty any Supervisor who hull then be restored to the court for removal from office Sec 6 The said Board of Canvassers for each district shall finally canvass and tabulate the votes which shall have been certified by the Supervisors as cast for Representative and shall declare and certify the result of the dec tion in each such district Sec 16 and shall transmit to the clerk of the House uf Kepreaeutatires See lat above Any person who was a candidate for theUnitedcut rectnea of the certificate made by TheCircuittify the person shown entitled to the certificate Sec 15 Final contests where there has been an appeal are decided in the House as usual if these results disagree The Supervisors have the duty to challeu e the right to register any percon to versfy all such names found upon the resistratioii books chnlleupass upon the qualifications of such personsand when declled favorably In receive the vote of such challenged baIlorbuxTHE COOPER I CO ALL NEW FEATURE R R SOWS UNIVERSAL AMUSE MENT EXPOSITION Ihs famous circus which has been increasing in quality and attractions anytliittgcustomary with this popular show to intact a vast amount of new matter tiiixel and timely lIens into their exhi bition as to render it comparatively new and the management to have exceeded by tar any previous ef forts They will exhibit in Richmond performersand the most skillful equestrians make these shows dlferviuj of the gooc name that Cooper Jt Cot have established The f immense tents have been arranged by the introduction or new improvements which tend to the comfort of the patrons You may run away from hydrophobia thefrothingof the mad dog But the diseases which mankindtheresstealthy insidious and come as a thief in the night dailydeathssumption The name of thehorrorlabored breathing the hectic the night sweats which mark the dailyweakening with weak broncbltIsneglected lead on to consumption Dr DiscoverybHiigscures have been many and marvelous havethundMedical Discovery youIDnpldwhich at that time was very poor writes sin CarIid1trouble was bronchial affection Symptoms spit everymorningshortness of breath raw almostloisCDDIUlted whichttles of Golden Medical DIaDd health returned us I used the medicine have ouly ItMyperfoda ladythatGolden Medical DIecoverjaad she alwaysstag its praise Some dealers may offer you a just as Pitreesbcfee abMk If JMjr 4l r tWWI t f4irbis a w oi A Letter to Mrs Pinkham Brought Health to Mrs Archambo tilL riltKHAM 4J95l II DEAn loins P1KiIAMFOr two years I felt tired andso weak and dizzy that some days 1 could hardly go around the house Backache and head ache all the time and my food would not digest and had such pains in the womb and troubled with leucorrhoea and kidneys were affected Afterbirth of each child I grew weaker and hearing so much of the good you had done I wrote to you and have taken six bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound one box of Lozenges one box of Liver Pills one package of Sanative Wash and to day I am feeling us well as I ever did When I get up in the morning I feel as fresh as I did when a girl and eat and sleep well and do all of my work If ever I feel weak again shall know where to get my strength I know yourmedicine cured meMns SAIOK AncuAitno CHABLRMOKT MASS The present Mrs Pinkhams crpcn ence in treating female ills is unparalleled for years she worked side by side with Mrs Lydia E 1inkhom and for sometime past has had sole charge of the correspondence department of her great business treating by letter as many ns a hundred thousand ailing women a year All women who suffer are Invited to write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass for advice which will be promptly given without harge INVEST IN THE SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT COMPANY THE VALUE OF A DOLLAR All money bearing the imprint of Uncle am IS worth one hundred 100 cents on the dollar and the value be yond that amonnt depends entirely upon the ingenuity and business sagacity of the ower A silver dollar buried away for ages will accumulate nothing but and be worth no more in a thousand years than on the day it was hoarded away but put in the hands of the keen business man will Increase until a fortune is gained As has been well said money has a greater earning power than the legal rate of interest or there would be no borrowers and this fact alone proves the value of a dollar depends entirely upon where you whole world today is bidding for money and the highest bidder is the man to sell to provided your buyer can offer an honest bargain The insurance companies and hank ice institutions are today the greatest bidders for on the market of fering you only a nominalprice for the nee of the same claiming they can not pay more and at the same time are last filling their coffers with the shin ing shekels of gold which goes ever to build greater the fortune of the bidders For years the insurance and bauking business has had an uncontested claim on all this trade until within the past few years a most formidable competi tor has entered the field In the way Of investment companies purely for the masses and because they offer to divide more equally the among their patrons is the great fundamental reason for their phenomenal success The investment companies have come to stay and they offer to the masses unquestionably the best form of compulsory saving today You can make no in placing your dollar witha sound company doing business of this kind and we know of no better company to investigate or patronize than tho Southern Investment Company ol Lexington Ky Story of a Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease In the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells bow such a slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Eke tric Bitters she Is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female die eases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists C PROSPERITY THAT GOES BACKWARD Owensboro Messenger The failures for Mav as complied from Duns Review number 047 as compared with 581 last year and 917 in the calamitous Vlar of 1800 The number for May 1000IS the largest ever known month since the records have been kept The records for tho two succeeding months have been equally significant as indicating the lull meaning of the McKInley prosperi ty President Gary of the Steel Trust who certainly has no motive for misrepresenting the facts on that side said in a recent statement of the irou and stenl industry The demand is not equal to the production and the latter should he curtailed until conditions change Production is being curtailed at t rate disastrous to the inter ests of the workingmen And this is in spite of time pressure which it is everywhere agreed is being brought to hear upon th trust managers by their friends Hanna amKMcKinley to keep their works open if possible until after the election TIme trust men are good Hanna Republicans and would hp glad rfqucstbatof a trust which has fattened upon the abnormal profits of a short season of artificial prosperity The trust men are doing the best they can but the troth Gun not be concealed that the bottom in out of tho McKinley prosperity and the end is near at hand A gentleman recently cured of dye pcpma gave the following appropriate blessliigStimosome have none that want it but we havn meat and we ran eatKodol Dyspepsia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what yon oat It instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion ansi all stomach disorders Perry Thomas Clerk Chinn of Fayette and Clerk Pasteur of Cald well both Brownies Honest Election Democrats and Civil Liberty lenjruers are behind in their accounts with the State in tho respectlvelInscratch a blatant reformer or a vocifer ous patriot you find a rascal Louis ville Times Thirty minutes is all the time required to dye with PUTN AMFADELESS DYES Sold by C L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panola Ky augllm We look for a large concourse of people in Richmond Sold 1 the date of the big CII fhowe The ad vanced llllfnJjyt the street parade will take plain at 10 oclock in the morning The Afternoon performance doorsiJBfoBurcks Iron Nerve Was the result ot his eplouded health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels nre out of order If you want these qualities anti the tmccfsjj they brinK use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only ZSc at Perry k Thomas drug store 6 hogs Ilk roastltiit ears list fhy shoeldio4 M cunaeti o tl1k1 tetl hxw A Huh tMtHfwl In athl4- tjon will foudIHHIII X REPUBLICAN PRESS COMMENT ON POWERS TRIAL fChlcago TimesHerald JlrpuhUeam The verdict of the jury In the trial of Caleb Powers exSwretary of State of Kentucky ninth hula him lIIltv of complicity in theinutderiif William Goebel and fixes his punishment at imprisonment lor jilt wilisurpise no otto who carefully fitllioveu the evidence ami IK HI all fiuniliar with political cuiuliiimiM in hut btate grow ing out of the contest over the govern orship It cnnnot he denied that the State produced a formidable array of evi ileiirv tendinu to prove that the assassi natiup ol Goebel was not the work of a reckless daredevil mountaineer who did the dastardly jb upon hIs own re 8 mitibiliiy but it was the result ora carefully planned conspiracy jDhere s no longer any loa3t among fair minded llepublicans as well aa Demo crats that the Goehel murder was de liberate und that the assassin was the agent of a conspiracy which hart con ciiived that some advantage was to be derived from the removal of the Demo cratic cliinant to the governorship- The task for the State in the cave of Powers was to establish his connection with or responsibility for the con- sniracy which is known to have existed The State claims to have done this upon the testimony of several witnesses who related conversations In which Powers is alleged to have stated that Goebel had to be killed The most credible testimony of that character was given by Finley Anderson a Republican and a warm personal friend of Powers a resident of BarbourvIHe the home of the defendant who detailed a conversation in which Powers told him that Goebel would not live to take lila seat and thRtlli necessary he would kill him himself Add to such testimony as this the admission of Powers that he organize the crowd of 1200 armed mountaineers which came to Frankfort on January 15 also the proof that he gave Henry EYoutseythe key to his office in the State building and that the shot which killed Goebel was fired from that olllce and It is difficult to see how the jury under the instructions of Judge Can trill could bring in any other verdict than that of guilty of accessory before the fact to the murder The trial of Youtsey who was seen running town the stairway from the Secretary of States office Immediately after the shot was fired and to whom tbeofl1cepromIsell were disclosed in the case jnst ended and if conducted with the same vigor by the State should clear up the con spiracy which has blackened the name of KentuckyWhile citizens irrespective of- party unite in condemnation of the In- iquitons Goebol election law by which the popular will of the people of Ken tucky was subverted and which led to the killing of its authorthey alsounite in time demand that those who are responsible for the murder of Goobcl or in any wav abetted that crime shall bo speedily punished After many intricate experiments scientists have discovered methods for digestantsTheseprotloii found in the human body and united with substances that build up the digestive organs making n compound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and allows all nourishuimigfoOd jug radically cured by the medicinal agents it contains It is pleasant to take and will give quickly relief Per ry Thomas WACO JuriuJtheMr NG Bonny and wife are at Mallory Springs Mr Dennis Taylor nlteiitleUtho Lex ington fair Mr Frnrik Dixon and son of Irvine visited lucre last week pilefrumMiss Boudinot of Richmond is vis- Iting Miss Mary Creed hear here Prof Sanderson of C U was here in tho interest of his school last week Mr D Fielder is visting his son Mr B P Fielder at Lexington this week Miss Sallie Rucker nn attractive visitinghereSchools are in a flourishing condition now Our teachers report an excellont instituteMiss Estill Bowman who has been visiting friends at Richmond has returned home Rev Millard Moore and wife who DvbeetownMmiduj nights The law holds both maker and circu gtmlltyThecounterfeit of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve risks your life to make u little larger profit You cannot trust him DeWitts is the only genuine and orlgi nal Witch hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and all skin diseases See that your dealer gives you De Witts Salve Perry Thomas EVIDENOB is accumulating to prove that campaign literature sent CongressionalCounmittoe held up by the Republican postal authorities says the National tHan ol Wellington D U The an noing delay in getting through the mails documents issued by the penio cattle Headquarters is not experienced managersTwsuif by Han nau men pass through the puatoflice with dispatch Men o both parties and of no decided political convictions olherlitrralureof MoKinleyWe to believe flint the postal authorities are maliciously interfering with tho of our lIIailsaid Assistant Secretary Jesse ol the Democratic Congressional Corn beemifprcetlDepartwentdoubtsIppector to our headquarters and MQ lhcpostalInuthorillel we propose tQ employ some detectives responsibilityfordors For burns injuries piles and skin di SalveItoffered Uee only DeWitts Perry Thomas FORBIDDEN MARRIAGES A young Ulan lies just been forced in the pursuit of happiness to quit the reasonHethe youne and charming widow of hits DelewareforbadhavH by this tinio no doubt linen made one III RMiio other State Tho episode nerves to call nttention again to forlawfulrequired ly the different States In this case the young man may lawfully Icentuckyorinanv timeDeleware InIcnttmckvof whites with blacks prohibited in infivewith Indians forbidden And in four anIUtahiaCiiineoc to enter the state if wedlock tkuINWltlrtrOItIJItewtllb rrfW u Ia Ttuoihorn checksia PlridlhrJrtlro- ceiv s the faster he goes A dudes eyeglass is a glaring fraud on I he face of time thing SUPREME 0SIIOE 20 DCOMFORT Conies to every fearer of our Oxford Ties vhichare tile acinebf womans seeking in light cool and easy foot wear Unenjoyed pleasures art not missed and so those who have yet to purchase a pair of our Ox fords are unaware of the selfim posed discomfort which they endure with more or loss patience Heres cause for Shoe reflection Si 50 Oxfords fOrSl CO 2 25I 75 300 u 225 FREEMAN BROS Main St opp Court House LtttThe Truth AND YOU GET IT IN THE TwiceaWeek ourierJourna1 DEMOCRA TIC IN POLITICS t8aS The TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL uperlorQfall torlethaDSampiecopiesCOUH1ERJOURNAL CO- LOUISVILLE KY By a Special ArrangementY- OU CAN GET THE CLIMAXand the Twicea Week CourierJournal both for one year for 125 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub ecriptlons 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 W ALL PArER AN- DORALVDE DN Just received are all new and of the choicest designs and we invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main street and inspect same before buying elsewhere We have Mr W L LEEDS connected with us who win furnish estimates on all work and decorate your rooms in the latest atyle and at reasonable prices We guarantee all work done by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles stationery paints and oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in you ourgoods whetheryou buy or not Kespt PERRY THOMAS 213 Main Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO Janl7ly r CIRCULATING WASH BOILER I I PAT ALLOWED MARCH 15m 911 BOTTOM SHOWING COILED PIPES4Ilfade ltneat no mro leering or clothah th teplMniii tbreerourtluv tin Inlwr 6nJ fur circular 8300CllClp3ler yuoo ezrr45Si niiiag Wash Bier Co SM Tine St Cincinnati Ohio TSWA rt GUARANTEED Int1lcstlonSIc1whoa taken according to dlrcctiOBS aw ot OR W LCALDtLL iIftreeDto jt jPejtif = w WILL Mf M tax Pff JH SVBdr ttUWKY r =W4 kM 1F rt aaa 1 c dii L a 1PLEASE 4 IIt ArJnY caTHARTIO V I I 4l1lI lOc 12 5Oc w 5 For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dweling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in state of cultivation church aud school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall AJ HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky NEOEZIIE OP LIFE Water and t Light See J M RIFFE find have him fo put you in a flirtclass sanitary joh of Plumbing m your residence Also have him tolurnUh you a High Grail Elevator Cnp Pump Keeps on handball kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and Valves Chandeliers every description of Iron Pumps Estimates for fitting up residence in with Plumbing mill Gas Machines and Wind Mills Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box J73 1 have JOOOO feet of time Best Qnall ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices mnay23mRemember 0 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 gooas to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A IiGOTT Janlttl n BUY from and pay middlemen a good big profit when you can bUY direct from a manufacturer and jqbber at wholesale prices We manufacture everything in the paint line We buy in large quanti ties in order to get jobbers prices thereby enabling us to sell you for less money than those who buy in small quan tities without any practical ex perience in the Paint Business Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practical experience in the Paint and Wall Paper Busi ness we belive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities Gep M Willging Wall PapersWindow shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass c- FAIR VIEW SEMINARYA t+ School Year Begins September 18th 1900 to Continue Forty Weeks 4+4+ Affords all the comforts and ndvanta gas of homo lifo with theopportullityI obtaining a liberal +44+ Ladies of culture and refinement are chosen as touchers and their inter course with time pupils out of school Is of great benefit +4 + Full Course of English Incinditig hn Sciences Latin Fronrh- Qernian Hipher Matheiuiticc Elo cution Phvfiical Music CaltureI ladyc1ttd tMiami Beads KiHcheloe who taught in lUchthoml XvJIM chsrgR oiie uf due dejmrlHluHta lit the For tenaw aiJdhrfMr lriitloitddrewt aitiwim M la tJ4IIOtf OVZ MI 1ii DRUGGISTS 24 s D w Ij I El l h3 Fh E- 3O SUMMERQ 9 1ij- El 0 0 IF- fj t a I =El e CM Lie fJ riIEl 6 6i ru1gj jdJ- t Q I hiII IwIriWeiiii friends and customers that jj our line is conhIlete for El IjEiflj1 1J11nflq WE irFactoryalmost everything but we boujrbt 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 35e to 75c Other things correspond ingly CHEAP Everything desired in under taking line always kept in stock wtS OLDrMS SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDILAMjJ NHiti36iE3 iI A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYEPILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CUftES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARtl Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists JinlpJ rc myKYj JJS 1213000OO Paid U in Livig BcncftM ri 120000 00 RESERVE AJ JD SlflbPLUiS i We pay while you live JF t They pay when you die 4 PREFERl7SMITH BOW7V7Nt- m SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY 4RS A T JtlLLIOIf local Agint JUch o dj Ky c04S0 J4 JOB PRIN TERSus 0 R1CHMoNO K1 0