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ittclrownser The Lady Florence InotttcaroallbutUncnre for dlneosrt otwoman I rescrIpttonIcumpilcatedI iI other Indlvlrtunl It nnw is ofTrml fur the I time In thl country within the reach of all cIse I One pacimso relief In the most obstinate I eManufactured by THE FLOREKGE MEDICINE CO Red Oak U S B u u O 90 iGENTLEMENS DRIVING VllGOII Ve use only the best of Has all up to date attachments Price make to our of pleasure Send o 1 LONGEViTY one suHcrtng who and strcngtli peculiar first Iowa 1 FUi1 UGGC7 CO = Manufacturer 7orpIIdil JACKSON MICH + + + t O aprlSGm PROFESSIONAL CARDS A LORf i R EROBERTS ATTOKKBYATLA- WKICHMDND KENTUCKY ftrnceoverCIIea1OIfloUV1th Jas B Me Crntry PuWI4t titrvet un RW MILLER AITOftNIYADLAW IticuiioND KBNTUCKT Office in till Ilnrruin lliiilding next floor to annera Nalittual Ikaak feMrly SULLtv L4 J ATroHNKVATIiAw IUOIIMONU KENTUCKY OnV over State Rtnk Ii Trust Co op- p4ite urtIIIIIIu Alain Street n JU iM D Al OI1HKULT ATTOKNEYS AT LAW RICH 100 KKNTUCKY Oifiro on 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4tIUCh1 muudKmgy y h 7 rPitDiti IIUTYr LA2vE RICHMOND Woman 5tIiII Jlfr I FI1EE i i 7 J CllAKMING LITTLE THING for sweet little fingers JJLJ ENILE JEWELRY qhsste designs superior quality and fine workmanship Birthday ringRI uitliur plain or set with birth mouth stone Considered lucky to wear one Prices range from 100 to 2500 and ricteis something pretty and good at each Of counw there are arc other things i F J YEMIE- RsUi11 y JI h F fl w HOn J In urance Insure yocr dwellings barn and other property In the BlUe CRASS INSURANT cotIPANy of Lexington Hy a home Institution Gives protection againjt FIFE LIGBTNINC AND TORNADO No assessment callsbn memberx when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member or company The theIeopleelate and getx cheaper every year falling to yearFor on their agent nail collector S R B Black attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCdinpituy upstairsJ H tAPTER Pres niaySll O C UO8WOUTH Secy fils STOVES 4+ + ++ +++ AT COSTl J f e- 4CHEAP r ico e GAS 1 j f L VlJo Hot have a gasolinu vxnlosion when you ran gut1 Gas at SI 25 pr thousiihd for cooking and lientln This Company Has Reduced teJrice o Gas 1 y jr Jf 1- 12Jo Encourage the J Ie Useuof the Gas Stove f Once try a Oas Cooking Stnve and yoii willi iiBfer givo lt np It isjust as cheap a i altHdnlVnya rendy can luke in three minutes AVosellJStoves at Cost and ruiuiru to curbing frfd the houSe Ht Cost UBfWelsblclJbjirner quid increase yow Ugh five fi Bft anti reTu s ytfrtr I 1 bjll two th t v CalLat tho olHcolor particujmrs DJATMk U sicketsoefltL2k1y41 1iiJ J r if- J ANNOUNCEMENT rou I n TT ixnuk SANFORflOLDIIAZtJect io I 7iClerksaejectI1 RAYntjIcxU the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized toannounce D R TEVISa candidate for Count ClertsubJect to the action of the Democratic party WALiqittht action of the 0einocrMticp rty MMILLERarDdidatcjectto the action of the Democratic party JESSEconnto the jictipn pf Jhe Qemocraticparty KHimiFF PWAGEfl88a4Iidnte DemocraticParty WflAtJAEflofWbiteStationSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party fARTINGcounty subJectto the action of the Democratic party DDROADDUSsubject to the action of the Dcmocratic party yon ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce MARTIN GREEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison countyjshbject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for essor of Madison county subject to the action of the Dcmo 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 DEATIIKRAGR a candidate Jor Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democrat ic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party 1P053kItRR i We are authorized to announce PETER G PARRI8II a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tIe action of the Democratic party Wie are authorized to announce JACK ROSS- a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the actton 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 CLAOEEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party POE SCHOOL SDFEBlXTBSDEJrr WWAGERSthe office of Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party JTUmBLEperintendent subject to the action of the Democratic party JYOUNGPublic Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party H jCOLTER ON THE ELECTION LAW I am in favor of amending the Goebel election Jaw and making it purely nou partisan by removillgtIJo JStnto and bounty anti placing the drawing of the election of ficers back to the county judge but compelingthucounty judge lu draw each partys officers from a list furnished by a committee representing leajcli party of not lesH two nor wore than thrc for each office and the name for each office to be written on a blip of paper and the name f ullicer to be represent ed and placed in a foil satuo as used In drawing circuit court jurors the names placedIndraw oue of that number who shall actor the office indicated on the slip with his name and so on in Jibe manner un precincthavefor the opposite party Tho manner of dividing the clerks and sberitls of dee tions slull be to commence with pre cinct No and the party that gets the theriff nod the opposite party to have tho sheriff in No 2 and in like manner alternating through all the precincts 1fa political party in any- tiiatrithasiip person competent to act as then the committee of that shall present to the county judge a list of three in same manner as other officers are selected from any part of his county and such clerk chosen shall have the right to cast his vote in such pre cinct but in no other the statement from either party alone shall not be LOU elusive evidence that such party has no clerk sufficiently qualified but must be proven to the tatibfaclioii of the county returning board Before selection of officers is made the returning board shaH at least tWo tiara before election place on slips of paper a number that will represent one of tho numbers of tho precinct in tho county beginning at No1 and number each until precincts have been represented plac them in foils draw them same as officers are drawn The chairman of each party shall draw and examine numbers as they are drawn and the party drawing precinct No1 first intlintmined each party will know how to ar range the hit sheriffs and clerks Each precinct will know as soon us this drawing is made what in every precinct will have sheriff and what party will have clerk both parties always to have a judge ol election I favor the announcement of the vote Womansllle is herd enough M lit fa It is to her that we owe our world and everything should be made as Iieasy as possible for at the time of childbirth This J is just what MOt lES FRIEND Jbabysand painless without taking dangerous drugs into the tern It is to beapplied to the muscles of the abdomen It penetrates throtigh the sm carry log tre th and Ith it It strengthens the whole syateand prevents all of the discomforts of t pregnancy The mother of a babe ia Panama Mo Ifcayeused Mothers Frieadand can hily littt i s ftthe 1L1iThe Bra f4Rill r clATLANTA W fw dred1 H JJ t 9 ji presenlawi shall be si ed tlftf el thxj offluera and dehiet1lytliinta the county clerk not later than noon IhiV tht election Th County Election Coin luimsinners shah be compnswl of fhr chairman iif enrh partys comity coin whollhllilbiifKilay at noon afier day of Hwtion and Uiall complete Shield recapitulation noi electionshalliiihallfollllwingshall on that day lwgln their court of recapitulation of the results furnished commissionerTheere shall be composed of the Chalriiian of each partys State Executive Committee and the Governor of the State nlxtNovemberment of the present Constitution to amend the present Australian ballot system of voting H HCOIYKK Richmond Ky Spains Greatrxt Nrrd Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AlkenS C Weak nerves hud caused severe pains in the back of his head Oiiusinjr Electrir Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy nil pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country nceilrt All America knowp that it cures liver and kidm y trouble purifies the blood tones up tho stoOl nch strengthens this nerves puts vim vigor And new lifo Into every much nerve mid organ of Im body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every hot tie guaranteed only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 1116 = COMPARISON A = 1900 IW Reed Embry in Danrllle News1 Near a icutury Bud a quarter aim inn little hall now famous in history hit naud in a small provincial tnwn in Now England tinre gathered tojroiher a body of men re iesentatic8 ofthf then thirteen English colonies struj gliiiK against the iron rule of military oppresKion and despotism Mriiitgling to throw off tile yoke of taxation without representation That siunll but resolute body of men ihore issued a proclamatiuii that caused a wave of amazement and ad miration to enrich the civilized World That document taught the powes of Europe a new lesson in the art of gov ernment Old England stood aghast to we the child she had nurncil Irom Itinfaiuiy dare now assert its independ ellre Irom these thjreen original colonies grand and nation line arisen composed of lrt live rnaxniliueni StateB exteuiliii frill the windyshnreB of the Atlnitic to the broad 8lo 8if the Incitic from the snow clad furestr of Maine to the orange groves of sunny FloridaFrom population of less than three million it hiss crown to more llmu eight milliuu From an area of 832707 mmare miles it has grown to 3UOJ125 square miles In oue NulliFy and qiiartpr it luU grown in area toten times unoriginal size and in population to twennsljc times its original number and we can Bay with pride that not one scqniredbyThe present administration proposes covering143000square from eight to ten million souls The population of the thirteen original eel oniea in 1776 was but oue third of the 1IitlippiieaEnglan1 colonies innsmuch us she had colonized them anti protected them in their in fancy yet the world applauded when independenceWhat States to the Philippines but the bare right to conquest What AVonder then it the world should applaud if they should at lnt achieve their indepciulenie anti what wonder if the liichminded people of this country condemn the policy ot the present administration toward those islands Mr Bryan embodies the spirit of Mr pentheindependence lie is only advocating today iorwbfch our forefathers fought with naked swords and clubbed muskets on the heights of Bunker Hill that for which starved on the frozen ground of Valley Forgo He is only advocating tlldav that fur which for ages past poets have sung and lie roes have died My country tis of thee sweet land of Liberty Must that old song and the sentiment in which it was composed horelegated to lbuonedays where men loved liberty more than sold dawninglightbirth place of the Declaration of partyhMrepudiates the doctrine of such men ax Patrick Henry Thomas Jefferson anti George Washington If that platform is this ideal of the American people let them tear down tlm Statue of Liberty remodel the coin ol the country anti the Decla ration of IndfOpendenclcoihllt they may not forever stare them in the face like the ghost of some departed Hamlet exIcan pro vented by the early UBS of One Minute Cough Cure This is the favorite rem oily roe coughs colds croup asthma and all throat and lung troubles Cures quickly Perry Thomas WACO oCJexlngtonialled 1lAntseveralweek MrD Fieldnrlian r tuirneil from A pleasant visit to lila fioif B tV Fielder at Lexington Watermelons are being dumairoil Jay T6gues Severn rascals have been da tected and others will follow Uichalll1eisthey have heal fur six months Hev Joseph Andemiiii lecture Over the Deadline was listened to Bybeetownlast returnedhomeserved Uncle Sam for over six yean mloIebutiteProtracted services at the Bvboctowt ttiJhlrhoBush nn eloquent ladj preaches and conducting the services Much inter lildonetTrb5igenOcke Wou akkly tea YOYJIt yet- SedDfJKiuigsNew Lift Pills Thousands of sufferers iayo proveil thefi trQJ1IHealACbtw strong Mrveg rfcA build tjjyour halthl- aR tbiak ieiL QelyiJo cents j 11fc irTjkcw t sold b- iercr k Th l NO U 6 H TRYNGI cant take plain cod livcr oil Doctor says try it He mightas win tell me to melt lard or butter and try to take them It is too rich and will upset the stomach But you can take milk or cream so you can tak- eScoffs Emulsion It is like cream but will Iced and nourish whcn cream will not Babies and children will thrive and grow ordinaryfood Persons have been known to gain a pound a day when taking an gdstheso tha the ordinary food is properly digested and asiimilsf ed druJtisSCOTT York a STAMPEDING TO BRYAN There is iniinli alarm in Kepnbliuan himereashuigiefdtt1OtiS is this movement that it luis already MHsuuied the proportions of a stampede striking terror to time souls of the lIepuhlicHii manlike FollowingHre the pruminolltHllubliClIIS BryanJ5x exGovernor Georue Boutwell of Mawachuimtts leadingHpnblicau WellingtOilCull rtTssinaii Henry U Johnson of Richmond lint mishuingtuimMajorIliieral and a liftlong Republican Col Chas James Washington collector of the port of Sam Itauicicco un der President Lincoln easier Davit AscMtant Secretary of the Interior under President McKin icy Tecumseli Sherman son IIf the late Gen T Sliorinan- ExCongressman J n Finerty of Chu2ii o editor of tho Citizen Kdwiii K Walker Secretory of the VUIIIIK lens Republican Clubof Evan eton ill JOxLieuteiwntGovernor Felt of KaiiKHSExUnited States Senator J B Hen derson of Missouri Henry F Keennn author of The Money Makers Trujan and many other works 1residciit Drown of time Northern Indiana College Dr A W Cmwfutt wh cast hut first MtryIlIn1HesldeB tluhe all Republicans to the manor burnit host of lesser lights are turnimr from McKinlny to llryan Ho yond nil doubt Democratic chances urn daily brightening Afier many intricate experiments tcientlKis have diocox erect methods for ihigeolmuitsTiiee protioit found ui the human body aunt united with substances that build up the digesiive organs inukint a con pouiul called Kodol Lysptpsia Cure It digeliS what you pat and allows all uiourishiitigfooding radically cured by this medicinal ugeiiiB it contains It is pleasant to take and will give quickly relief Per ry Thomas Fun wicked flee when no man pnr ueth the righteous are bold as a lion To say that William Goebol of Ken tncky id dead id only stating a fad He was cruelly assassinated as a result of a conspiracy which was instigated by ex Governor Taylor Caleb Powers Mr Fiuley and other Uepublicans Goebel was murdered in order that Rcpubli cans might succeed in holding powei Caleb Powers has been sentenced to prfnoii for life for his complicity and Taylor and Finlcy ire hiding under the coattail of Governor Mount of Indiana and are branded as fugitives from juts lien In this pat t of time program Jim Mount is playint the part of an anarchist Ho is protecting mec who are in dieted for murder If Taylor and Flu ley were innocent would they demand political protection Did you ever hear justiceThethe country Ko do other criminals Tubs wh Tllvlor has absented him sell from Kentucky lie is making Republican speeches in Indiana to pay for such protection A man like Taylor who is indicted for murder Is a Apochnen to be making Republican- speeches in Indiana Upton hid Titans onlyharnmlnssmedlato results Try it Perry and Thomas EveningIrstfuriously In IffKi now has the following to eay about the Ulan lie supported in that vear My opinion of William McKinley and time men who surround hut and net with him is that they are the most dan auycivilizedflint sounds pretty strong doesnt it United States Senator Wellington of Maryland another Republican hits expressinghhutisetMcKinley is totally unfit for the of Ike tf President bel lItIle lie Is so seak- anti radiating that he cant stick to an opinion jver nigiit If he wiuld know his own mind and be conniRtent for 24 ImnrH Ht a time be uiiiiht do but such a lliSiir is impossible witlt him and ftthat rehson lie isunfltto bn Lresldeut Senator Wallinnton adds that Mr Hryiui will IHJ elected and that the wel fare of the rauntry demands his elec then purely timeie will be troublous thiheS forthemaui who is for McKinley right or wrong fur tIiru is M mooch oi this sort thing beingBaid by his for timer supporters DeWttta TAttle Early Risers are fa mons little pillg for liver and hostel tmilliles Never gripe Perry and Thomas l L LAST SEAEXCURSIOfI Te 0Li POINT COMFORT Timorrnwi September 6lh tin Cheasepeake and Ohio Railway will rm ill Inst excursion to Old Point Comfort i pairing exinctoi on regular trauma al 1110 mBltt 845 p m respectively t r lhl IZOhl1oint time miext nrtelnooll Tsoket will sold at J1310r round trip frpw LexioKton Winchester 1111 I daytfromHflfffr tbE rtsrsttt1p Hcndilii your roieitestrvationr A i i GK0W jUKKEYi BIv is At LexirxtoaKf IMPERIALISM 0agohumthe lenitt Imperialism and time con struction that liiiSbten placed unon it by the Democratic manngeis As the question is the leading one in tIm na tional campaign we reproduce the ar tide lu part for the infurmatiuu of out leauorcAn empire properly speaking Is country governed byat llIleror and iinpeiialUm is time ad carr or admin jlIfali1I of snrli a government There ale various secondary meanings AH air euimpiruusuahiy tlOIlSitll of a number of hillereuitStittes that haye or have had lillerent laws so the term maybe applied to any great confederation just upremeCourtaions including the territories and every place over which the authority of tIme Federal government extends as an empire Here there was of course no reference to the form or to the char acter of the government but merely to the States time Territories time District of Columbia and such other places as had been ceded to the general ROV eminent But the names given to forms of gov eminent do not always count Great Britain Is nominally monarchy buton the whole the people of England are as free us our own The monarch hen long since abandoned time use of the Veio power and hiss virtually Leased in rule is true that a hereditary ans ocracy holds a veu over the Legisla thou passed by the representatives ol the people but this miHlerated by the power to create Hew peers which al ways causes the lluuso uf Lords to give wily wlien the people are very much in names Victoria however is an Em precs an welt as a Queen mid imperial ism prtivails in some of her tliiiiiiniuns Imperialism may prevail in spitu of nil the Iepnbliciiii forms as in time case in many of tile Central and South Ameri can States This does not envolva either expaiimon orchangeof time lonns hut is a disregard of time Conrtitniion mumiperialistmtthe Taylor usurpation It is in this sense that imperialism enters into the present campaign Both the President stud Congress ateuoied tImid a part of our present empire to qiioto the Chif Justicu above mcution- tiullelllIllty and xhoiild be governed Imouit leferonce III tin Constitution at all Tlie Chief Justice saul just the contrary but the Administration has overruled the Supremo Court This is the teal imperialism which makes rulers independent of the consiltinioi anti laws Indeed this goes beyond the imperialism of constitutional mon archies The Emperor of Germany him at tunes made sonic pretty strong speeches about what he intended to do hut he has generally found it better to keep within the constitution of the em pie under which he has iireat Lilt l y no mpaiS unlimited power To make the Prodidoiit ansi Congress free of COII stnutioiml restraint in the frritorics- atlll iiew possessions would be a step toward making them supreme every where It is just as easy to invent a new theory for the States as for tIme Territories TIlE LOUISVILLE HOUSE SHOW Will tit held October 151J inclubtve and judging from the appearance of prize list a copy of which we have jiiet received time show will bo a credit to tIme Sate of Kentucky Time nociatioim hangs up 10UOO winch will be reward ed in prmiums io cixtylive different classes of horses Kentucky hRS never had a real indoor horse StioS and this metropolis of the State now promises to make up for lost opportunities The Home Show will be hightoned nlfidr HiHiety will turn out in its best dress and altogctiicr it will bethe citys blgjjHHi fall event Tle railroads will all grant low rates fur built people and him sea and enormous crowds are ex pected to attend time live xhiuitions The Louisville Home Show Assoria tion was organized July Oth under tine most auspicious circumstances It has a of more than 100 of Inuuvillps most promiuent citizens It loa purchased till Confederate He union hall and is converting it into a big horse show building with an arena 225 feet long nnda seating capacity of more than 5000 Time House Show will be an annual affair and will no doubt greatly stimu late the horeo breeding interest of the State Kentucky horsemen are Very enthusiastic over time coming show and they will enter a great mushy horses Tho State is cooperating heartily with the big city and tile first show gives every promise of being a distinct suc ce48Time Kentucky Oil and Pipe Line Coi with headquarters at Somene has sold its pipe line pumps tanks and fix lUres to Iho National Transit Co of Oil City Pa for 76000 Time Kentucky ttJIttlIJIy hiss built t 1110 line for a ihis tanue of 35 miles from the Wayne conn ty oil fields at Somerset where its pun cipal tilths are located The new cttui patty will lay a lino from thu Teniieenee oil fields to connect with the Ihe pur chased A q A LTA HAIA tSo persons hair that stubborn dullSic lI Tithe reason Hair needs help just as 4- anything else att 1 times The roots re IP4 4Iloses its lus t dead ter looks It many J have is does rv QO acts atmostinst3ntly on such hair ltm awakens new life in the hair bulbs The effect is astonishing Your hair grows be comes thicker and all dandruff is removed And the original color of early is restored to faded or gray hair This is always the case I9a4I4th AHdrugijM I Jtata sae4 Hair Vigor tl am really astonished at the goolt has dune tn leaping my- Iiak foes coming out H is the best tonic have iciest and ateli continue tu rcconuucuit K tell I5eiJL1 4n mnt hn all h kftiwAM yoeapoeteit frnmthsuenftheflaW Viss writ IootArabout tt JtJCAYXLLuwt lb I Ui r iij I 1 4k J 4 i THE 4J Mt 4r LOUISVILLE TIMES t1I Richmond will be promptly delivered to residences and places of busi ness by our local agent J T Hamilton Best State News Reliable Market Reports Most Interesting Paper in Ky + +CALL AT + ++ dlfIllilSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest anti 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 t Phone 3 Second St lUGHUOND Ill Never Love When the Bolillcr dona Ills togs of war to leave his tonic and friends lila sweetheart on hreakinfhearthere is what he says Never Love Itt And when we are asked if we will move our Imoudhaving rented tho shop back of the Methodist Church wo will there conduct the Central Kentucky Monumental Works and at Kicho lasvtule the Nicholasville Marble and Granite Works with skilled labor Brstclasa material polite attention and low prices Call und see Jne273m GOLDEN FLORA n KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlfidally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structlng the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in eJliciency It In pcrmanent1ycuresDyspepsh Elatulenie Sour Stomach Nausea all otherresultsof impcrfcctdigcstlon Prepared by E C DeWItt ACo Ctcogo Forasle ty Perry A ThomaS R I 2 ROb7 J I y FOR WEAK MEN Tho mat French Kcmrflyls Trlthln sissy TCCU of PVCZT Atei irrn It M powerfully anti nrrW jr tl i Fhsicsilyrufict li Da r full of30 fiats ut ef rr1ilnpaiii Vr Jt rrb cijrnd ttLto- ItntsomcTrClrrcoviT t r y rtf vfrtr fcr Jracncss tI t rrn rrl3o HECENER3 Is tin rns CTJ f 01 h Li cnnrfT Can be carried vrt pocVru I7 nail Jlt 0 rcrbX or rr fort s c To chwrfu r fr1lit roi7 Irnr1 rInntcICt cure Clrculara frc Address tic Vncrican oCco of flannTf1 beAeiiwFor sale ly Perry Thomas sept- i3lyVERDICT 1 THE 1 T Tilt DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY vv tN v + EDITED BY AURBD nm LBWI J rrEMiEk rotrncAL VIUTBK tMuPow rfd Cartoons Pointed Editorials II ITUOUT Sear ot contradiction i yc we assert that TUE Vim tM tUm DId Is the best thlngthat has hap Ij9IJournal wAKAMiji11trices s Kre L ityConventinII CIN Every Democrat bwes itW tdhiapartyandandtohim to road tho VERDICT k n IV AB 1 Extraordkry 9ffer 4+++ AlJiougUthoreizulaTjatofi MM per IJiiiuui we otter TUB VEa I Diqr and CLIMAX by for six1 months ref fVUv M SZD 11AlmUIIcltal1fAlnlDeo- haI Wo dUs jaeablc political Information Thul would ecive for JI 59 wkitt wot11dnrdtusrlWcotyouNsa Thi4orbtand open to von IrK dAjfr07 lat fi r t n AGENCY FOR THE AMERICAN =FIELD FENCE Mad 9 of Inrgc strong wires heavily gal aJillcfcd Amply provides for expansion rnad contmctlon Only Best Bessemer steel wircs used al vays of nniform rn jqualty Kevor goes wrong no f niriatir iv great a strain id it ox It DKWi 101 uoa 14I0Il lIniuKn4 but DOES cftiJcntly TURN H3ZTES CATTLE mH 0G SAN PiGS EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS CALL AND SEE IT Cznshoto you hon it willszve you money And fence fields so they will STAY FENCED tt+ We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes mwhich we will sell cheap FOR CASH We are agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht I IiILi1 B ALWi i MPANY iMAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 71 F F 71 71 1A 1 Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 l JAMES T HAMILTON PiioriiiET V Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and i American Marble and Granite FINE WORK A SPECIALTY i M + 4 Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the roar of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers Wo have the best workmen in Central Kentucky in charge of our establishment and this means HUtisncftcry work in every phase Portion living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be fnrnishod on application C1Ir YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED J7MS T H7S7VULTON Pro- prietoritttvtm J GIVEN jI AWAY S 1 I DEAR MADAM U c 01VJeiPr pieces of handsomely decorated hand S ja 4 painted china at our store which 4 fcrr we intend giving away free to our stIn customers We guarantee that our prices ont J goods will remain the same Thisg S special offer is made for the purpose c of increasing our trade and showing fjjT the people that we truly appreciate g their patronage J 4r This ware is rapidly taking the A jl place of White Granite or Iron StoneQ r China It has that soft ve tifc vety finish is of the finest quality sr and without doubt the best in the jdblj world The shapes are the very llatest patterns and have been designed Jh va y J to net the tastes of the most fas 4ii-w i A ft1 It is only by our guaranteeing v to It use Iargequantity of this ware that J we haVe been able to get it at a price that puts in within the reachof all Atif Our assortment consists of Cups ST 4 and Saucers Pie Plates Breakfast 3 Plates Dinner Plates Platters Cov + ered Dishes Cream Pitchers Sugar1 Bowls Tea Pots and everything dse wlh goes to make up a FINE SET OF DISHES iEc4 We ramcstly invite you to call and inspect it when we will cheerfully 0 giveyou full information 1 JeP i to i f Tndt JEjDIi HlCHMONDKX I ti ii 1I I I It the Richmond Climax o CHENAULT Proprietor 79A D MILLER Editor Manager WEDNESDAY SKIT 5 1000 1 IPURWUg1LVARyWIflflyy Th9 Climax Printing Co r PlUCK PKIl YKAIt 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET j iFOB raKfiort rf t WILIIA1 JNZNlJIiY-o A flakAIcA t rOK PKKBIDU- XTAULI K S KVENSON- Or 1U1NOI1 rot OOVERVKR J C UKOKIIAM or fBUO R OOfOs HON OKO o RRTIOP RKUY 1 TIIK HikiiiHkeiwiif Nw York luivr lowcrnil their 11tin MuKinlcyV olHdiiii mm 4 to to 2 to Pretty ijood riiMid for the first days npAnpdhytn New York WudneMlay wjth ex KIV W Stone ot JMsBouii III clairge jlnattjust its hard to secure his election lvt the isxid work continue IN hand Ii ug unexpected iuiervencips Villiaoi McKinley Jllld never failed to ilinoii traie Ins ability He stand fri nmst HIlIOIII our nhle Ire ldCllts- UtI t Ilm Ih iiu in where two diHtingulshed Re jiiiiinim dilfar The ahove expreMtec Mr Adunis ojiinion while Governor Ilii ree of ViichiiMii NIJS I have aUvnya txiniendeil that McKinloya t ikuiiiw did not reach far enough t rii his nock to biipport his hram in willpower JfKuj lira Kijn8 of McKinley proa IlMiv thitt the Ianiii rHph hah tin ii hiihh ovurlookcd or at least we iii III dt1It iiiMvivir Much an item in- illllllll lIlt AJKrknti Ruth anti Nail Mills Andersiiii liiiiiunti have nlint down Nine huildrrd mil eighty tllell Wore ii nwu nut if employment The iuill lii tw tIt imil trust und it instated tiiit tht r iur will tie ermaiien- tlir th11Illetit of its rttad rrt wi cht iiiahovo lot giceil fpiuo in t lniiiirih and t In plain type a ii lay IIi nut IIH iiHtMNturv MoKK cMlinct of MiKilllevu pro tv lifmrUl lIhU k 8iltin I fort tHir iiiiton iiiilln otUilcl- an iiir tiinsat Fall KiverI- JI MIIII Kiitit down Tiles id1 llIi1 liiJlJU liamls lit fiii ni IIIIIIK in Wisconsin iv iitmi IWII The Klurenw Iron e tug loti The Tildon- ai ner mill the Pabst iI uwi iifcuit 40 other reductiotiH niiniy tukeii pliicu cutting the iv at tiii ii liijiHii Jnili Mines about tpiin hv ttgures of lu spring II II v IINCJKBK of Micliivran liaR e- x1IIllh luihiwing lyddite shells in Iht Hhlillil rooks IIw lung will tillS American people IIrIII a HiHte ofatfairx like that in the Plu ijipiiiM ami ChllMi How long will lin eUtfer III Iw ouitrolled hy riiich i lilies of the ltfiuliiii Hanim IIIVB HWH oinldinleil that ili Kinii tmukliHin di1lIt lunch tar iifHigli toward Isik to iii piirt hi 1IItr will p wrr t mi II Ittjii liiMii IIIL I hoiiHKty litvo that with IIH Ohio urowil in niiiiil the lnbt tiling that tijUld hup iii tu thIS KitpnhiiiMii party thin tall tuM be till riKioHiif lit DMnucrats r TJIK noniiiir of the two National partifsiinrfJi all iiml UcKinfty puryonillly as jilatrIuuil htronger with the courage of his nviciions limn any nominee of any Ilvviinn convention Whoever heard if one man iliniiinatini an entire con VIii ijui bofure and mint man ever of frrnd tu reject time nutniiintionof agreat pitrty if not made on hits terms until Mryan lilt On the other hand hiri op milit Mr McKinley had no more platft Wnlil have excetite0 it hash it contained anarchydiwiiMr MrKinluy is IlaiiiiHri olave In the IntM of tIle HannacraiH is much of time JI that Hiilliefl and the silver that tVrailHH hilt the eiaujl of no Jerico Is iirit ut d to KiiiiMMcyV lincler Thli wiv tliifi 1IIII1II1I here vim have t gm4nteItuke or iir I mm f8rowerCo LKXINGTON KY rek IllS Way Please Tinre KUI bo no doubt about the best laceforj YOU to buy y6ur Carpets CnrUainSj f Afuntel or P lJhr- TL JWISE SliindtJ usa landmark for htl11efur i he s THIS SEASONS V jDodrt Jiro coming in rap idly apd we can assure you they are beautiful THIS TIME 4 Wu want to 6sill your eLeiiLl attention to our stock ot Leather Chairs and Couchc UCome ndfSeeThem y J C1F1BioiCo11AD Jc Laxwotoiry Xrv r Tr1 hII1 TUE Ilanna magnates begin to seethe handwriting on the wall in more waya than one Their campaign fnnd hey lament and mourn is hnrt thin year Either the trusts are ot contributing as much as usual or he common people are revolting in inmlwrK for theres a screw loose some whir The Republican managers niniiH tho corruption fund will he like be play Hamlet with the old Dane left lutand without the coin of the tealm tlJ aid them they will indeed wander In darkness The knell of the doom of alma GOp has Bounded oppreaolon ind monopoly cannot live in a country iut lundaiuenUlly free as ours and tile end is near at band TJIK igns of tbe times beFppak peace unit harmon or Kentucky OtmocralJl In the tentsof oiir leaders union sits mod in councils wisdom pre valleth Animosity and strife are things of the past and with forgiveness iu our hearts we urge all Democrats pirdlesH of their attitude in the late itriirjle to come back into the fold nut ayain take on the faith of their fathr liuehel is dead and buriedhis aw on the eve of repeal and with that pitch closing the past let a new era if unity and brotherly love rise Phoe uixlikn from its anhea There Is more rejoicing over a single inior who repents than over the nine tv and nine that go not astray so aypth Holy Writ So it Is with De mocracy on Pier table lies time fatted calf her Intih string is ereropen and a hearty welcome awaits erring broth Irs Umwn Democrats forsake not the faith of your ancestors stand not idly by and see corrupt militaryism and Im periiliom triumph by time memory of mr partys glorious past in our State WH Riljnre you tuin not aside hut In utesd put your shoulders tn the wheel and aol us steer our grand old ship of State over rocks mind shoals and help us lead our country into Rreen pastures of prr cperitv and beside still waters of peace MANY Republicans of note have de clarel fur Democracys prlnciplesin the campaign now on hut only one Demo crat of allY prominence has given evi dence of somersault tactics His IMIIIH is Charles Denhy He hails from Indiana where the wicked flee iroiu judgment For many years he wits foul mid clothed by the Jefler soniaiiH in the land but with a syco phuntrt ingratitude he deserted them in their hour of need and tool on new ways and worshiped new gods He now reviles MM out toasters and hum bleu hiniPttlf before huisatucientenomles lleduclrucR nirailillt Rryan and makes ithriKHiire MrKiulty in the blissful anticipation of hvixicrits reward in Hvciit of tIme hitters election lint in one rtfpeia Mr D nhy is sadly want iui Hu line ntlti d the study of physics Hall he puriiwl that branch of It miiiiig with greater success he tilt hI have cllwoverpil that one Ixxly cHiinot occupy two positions in space Uulli ll puhlican mud Democrat c col ors hath he worn anil wo know not with wrtiiiiitv even now where the ueiitliiiuin Moulds A limn will conic wliiii iiiiRt ntf by Ut pnhliraiis when liU time of U4ufulnpss is pastand xcorn Ill by time party of lila first allegiance lila eyes to the truth lilt he shall behold how blessed are traitorslv TAYLOK sometime Governor of Kentucky now touring Indiana as oneoftheclowiis In iovMounts trained band of perfurmers is a victim of hem IllS prostration has announced to tIme campaign committee that IIH far to travel at night less the Democrats wreck his train and secure lila precious persm This action on his part ills plays thin littleness of small minds In showing hula estimation uf lila own iui l rtHiice Ho imagines detectives dodi ing his footstepc Htid ever thinks he hears the sound of hula persuers HH seems unable III understand or com prehuud thin reality that no honent IDHII would contaminate himself by iimtract with a wretched fugitive wliose word if dintionoreil and mi wlmm tin Hand of Cain earned by disprting lila hiotber cotmpirHlnrs in their hour of need liiix set its seal Soon will leHvvak u to thin truth und discover the vision of eyes other than his own when after he has served the needs of the hour for lila friend Mount in nerv ini to alit Indiana Republicans hy ItO11I1r as a sympathy sideshow will flint himself dropped by them and Keutucayfrieumilw unit come when they called in Vain Then indeed will he wander shout the world forsaken trying to stifle the IKIIIPS of his guilty conscience Knst nor peace will lie find tIme lino and cry of the avengers of blood will ring ever in lila ears the ghostly figure of his victim will keep sleep from his and the lot of the wanderingJew will be lila KENTUCKY Is not in a position to presentlresldentialship tthould be ready and willing as true patriots are to read without preju dice the declared policies of each of the analIpros perity to time greatest ntihilier Hut such an idea wilt not in the least be the controlling spirit with many of our itizens anti especially the great mi jority of KepnhHcmts- To us it rtllears that no man who lisa tho leaat particle of respect for himself has un concern as to what his nd hIOf ttiink III him would allow it to be come publicly known that he intended this year to act with the Republican party orin any way to encourage or altetit The true history of theaction ot that party iu Kentucky will become a Mit of the history ol our State and what will that history be it will read And it came to- PS that one WO Bradley was elected liovernor III the state of Kentucky and on heiiiK inducted lute office at once exhibited a great desire fur military display lie reorganized the State malltlH on a partisan basis and demon strated a dleposiiion to place in the back ground all civil authority and to Lovermi In all iustatices where posnibiH with tIme military Time sauna W U ttradliiy also begun at once to pardon perooiiB coiifiued Iu time penitentiary viivie ted of homicidehls record ahovr lug nn average of more than one pardon i week during hula four years term of persons tried and convicted for homi cide U title the military and the pardon- Ing thuiit was mit hlglrtlcle one W rllylor Wits d re Governor of tIme State Kentucky He poaagpsed the taiiiB denire for military power and dis play as Ins predecessor and hu had possibly higher regard for a murder er it having been proven that he actually promised pardons before the commfsions of offenses and by hula promises actually bad assassinate tho gentleman who Tutu agkinst him and was contcsting for lila teat Uf this mud1 non partisan jury found him t suit stratum as well as unfonu iiataior the party the Itepublicanh mulct iirritate convention shortly there utter iiniKindorsed the action of this murderer mint frieuit of murderers Has any sane man the Ist doubt litt time above will be history and time true history of Kentucky Then how will the generation that follows us reo urd those that this year lid itlithr lUpablicim party lit n very shun time it aflears from tho prcwuit trend u ho General Assembly now in ttocsion that itil men will have to register be fore voting If so this will be an index 48 to what will be his outloo iu the Mining election An examination of ttio register In time future will MH whether ft man then was on the 11111II HW and order or wawa friend to tnur lerers Fellow citizens us yon ilsirs your memory revered ait but imi idviie is to RTOid JtcpublicanlHiti under Us present filthy record MVnom tIme Uoda wish to lestn y they first made mud Isa true adage The Kepubit audrnallYrhis year unless they wandtir abrond imi mnllliite und like tIme prodhml eon suite to iheinenivrn smut relnrn tu tho iarty nf hvw mid righteoasiitns May you do4ilS Is oar prayer hoW amid nlahMnd we will tothr arid that without reproach DothU ud1I1t eulov with M this levelopuienu daily giving hope to De baVIIbeSMRImperlallscn we will have ce bppy is Jolck r toff tb r Tsw usi Oso bP- 4pI1r at AtlMe b Good Beginnings Make Good EndingsY- ou ate making a good beginning when you commence to lake Hoods SarsapariHa for any troabte of your Nod stomach kidneys or liver Pcrsisfentfy taken this great medicine wiS bring you the good end big of perfect health strength and vigor Ioodzh4a aA jJYiJiJIDIilthiJj1Ir IN an editorial bristling with wit and sarcasm the quality of which only Republicans can appreciate our wuteem ed contemporylhe lantalmlphridlcullfI- Gov BecKham for declining Mr Yerkes invitation to A verbal dnclo ConsiBtPticy than art a Jewel eung a poet of lone ago but the Pantograph IB short on tart anti long on wind so we overlook their deficiency in the way of making comparisons If Its editor however were not so blinded by partisanship and if his vision ex tended beyond the pale of the G 0 P and the emoluments thereof he would fled in the canes of Uov Uecklmin anti President McKinley a parellel as straight as a die President McKinley declines MrBryans invitation to single cambat in the vocal line through fear of loosing his dignity and has not Gov Beclchatn A right to follow a precedent set by so distinguished a source Tin marvelous inconsistent in a man so well informed as the Pantye editor to approve one act and condemn the other and in his longwinded abuse of Beck hams course ho does nothing but reflect on the campaign plans of the Grand Mogul of the White House before whom lie prostrates himself in adulation and whose words are as the dew of lleruion to his ears lie seem bigly forgets that Hanna in his wis dom hits ordained that McKiulevs voice should not be heard in the land and that the Republican Mammon of Un righteousneSH has decided that silver of the realm ratherthan silver of the voice shtd figure in the National campaign Gov Beckham isa young man we admit and where must a young man look for wisdom if not in his elders If Mc Kinley a man of age and ripened ex penance should deem it wisest and best to curl up in hisshelland maintain the silence which is golden does the editor of the Iantagraph condemn A youth for following in footsteps repuhatesof his own mouth he condemns him WITHIN the gray walls of our States historical capital is assembled for a season a of lawmakers Earnest in purpose Iud intent on the good of the great common people they have gathered at the call of Gov Beckham to amend the law which lies been the source of such disruption among our people To do this will involve a sacrifice on the part of some of the Demo cratic members to whom the memory of our late lamented Governor Is sacred and who are loath to do away with any act that bears time stamp of hula personality This feeling is probably the pri rate sentiment of the majority of the body hut they foresee the harm such loyalty would do the party and are willing with no malice hearts to lay aside their individual preferences and enact a new law that will bridge time chasm between the several branches of Dmniicmcy and that wilt put the grand Commonwealth hark in her old miche of Democratic ascendency The greatest good for the greatest num her is time motto of time present Assem hh and private feeling and partisan preference will figure but little with titmice who labor for the good of the cause It is with a thrill of pride that we tall attention to the course Demo crats have perstied sluice last falls campaign Though Goebel hind fallen we were true to him even in death and from IIIH tnmii hv ruled its ills tolicy was followed to time letter amid time has proved the wisdom of those words Be brave and fearless and loyal to the great common people Laying aside violence and force cult v leaders proceeded quietly and lawIIIIDlIlt so won the iignt And now sluice changed conditions require changed laws they are ready and willing to meet the lIe mand of the times how tn the partys needs and make an election law hall intel the approval of all There is much good in the world yet when violent partisans lay down their ani mosiiie8 and seek h rUlolI in the in stumbllujblllckof the Goebel law save some probable opposition from the corporation so in terested in the last campaign and a few Republican black sheep who may oppose nqw what they so loudly pro claimed their desire for last year since theyhayThis thought is surmised let us hope that no such opposition will develop Republicansuiitgitfui member only that they are men and brothers and aid one another in fram big a law that will give satisfaction to all Then will the breach be healed between the warring Democratic fac tions and Republicans can bear no such rancor toward us as of late tim State will settle back in its old calm I tII ill and at last all will be well Verily lieyond tho cloud with Its shadow shines the star with its light Bids Opened For Lighting The City ol Rich mond Sealed proposal for lighting the city of Richmond have been presented to the City Council and opened for in spection bv that body The Council cllyhallaward the lighting of time city for one three or five years We publish below the proposition ol the Richmond Elec tric Company in full ofJlichmoivl youfortime oilowimig bids for lighitinefimu city of Richmond 1 v with electricity for a term of thre 3 and o years vis FOR TREE YEARS MQHTINO poworlamp15 arc lamps at f80 per lamp with in camlescoilij 18 wllhIIIancl10 or more arc lamps at 75 per lamp lon FIVE YEARS LIUIITINO 140 incandescent 16 candle lamp at 17 jxjr lamp 15 arc lamps at 75 per lamp with In candescent 16 ILhInllllltlfcent40 or wore lamps at 70 per lamp upoutillI That we get possession of Electric Plant when sold by the court 2 That time Hoard of Councilmen nutifj us before tin same whether ol not our estimates aro a cepted 3 That we furnish all tIme light re ill ii1 10 light IIH city of Richmond 4 That wit duiiit jmrrliiho Electric PiHiii tin within Ill tire void If in the fniiiti within iiiu stat- in time fomiacl lime Umiurtliii Cuun riuneu think thitt time vuIy eiiotiM lave in ne tire Itr lnrau l MtMt i injs we ser e hi ftiinitfii wmw prices see Vitml ltv lllullt lilttlUj hit lltnl fcOntUleJ IliClll lWu prop Be to liithl time city accord lime to tile BiHiidnrit lllooullglit adieu mite We alas agree that III the event of lit contract oeinx awarded to that wu will allow tIme police force of the city of Kichtnoiil to keep a record ot allY outage Ol lamps smith we will de ihiit the same from nur quarterly bills We alno hgree to Hf thin plant of the Richmond Electric Co tugeiliiir with all polq tltierit HIIIKS iic to thIS city 011 Uirhniniid at any liiifn dut lug the lilts if till contract nt It price to bo fixed ua follows TMB Council of Richmond to appoint aunthessprice wt by them area to Iw Mndiuitan RldllfmndElcetrla Co anti Uhty UOHBOil ol Richmond IghuIaNrlFmLcity colilIratJoft L CENTRAL UNIVERSITY Central University will begin its 27th session Wednesday iSevte D r 1h1900 It has attempted to offer better educational facilities to the people of Richmond and Madison county each year From a email leginning it hits grown Into a splendid University containing four colleges Philosophy Letters anti Science law Medicines and Dentistry and four Preparatory Schools vUU an enrollment last of 1015 students The College of Arts the College of Law anti the Itichmond Preparatory School are located in Richmond The Umuirersity asks anti feels that it merits a liberal andl5U1pt port nf the people of Iticnmond and of Aladtoon cuuntY The leading yocu men of the county have been educated here Scarcely other school offers so many advantages jttsncu small expense Time Faculty in strongeach man a specialist in his department Three new men of high character amid scholarship from till best Eastern tit6 have been secured to fill professorships H ili FACULTY FOR J900I90J f f rH BL ANTON LL D Chancellor i J V LOGAN TiL D President to the Faculty professor ol Hthies and Evidences and professor of Psychology and Logic L G BARBOUR LL D professor of History and the Bible J T AKERS Ph D and professor of English Language and Literature and professor of Modern Languages CG CROOKS M A Walters professor of Mathematics A WILKES SMITH D IJ S professor ot Physlo ogyrS A JEFFER Ph D professor of Latin and Greek H n CARPENTER M A professor of Chemistry G E DESMAN B A1 professor of French and English and Physical Director MAJOR It W STEVENSON B S U S V professor of Military Science and Tactics r D SANDERSON Adjunct Professor of Latin and Greek 5 Jj C ST GERMAIN Business Course The Richmond Preparatory offers unusual advantages to the people of Madison county who wish to prepare their boys for coll glSor gfvo them a thorough practical education which shall fit them fur any department in busl tle6 The following will be the corps of instructors II B ROSE Mathematics History DAVID SANDERSON IL A Latin Greek W J STIENERT B A English Civics L C ST GERMAIN Stenography Book Keeping and Penmanship R W STEVENSON B S U S V Military Science and Tactics Especial attention will be given to tho elementary branches The Military Drill is becoming more and more a feature in our best preparatory schools the object of which ia to Improve the health end physique of students as wellas give that elementary military knowledge whicu every citizen should possess that he may render effective aid to his country or state in case of war or riot r Throughout the year students in this department will be carefully trained in the art of public speaking DISCIPLINE Without discipline no school can be a success 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 violation bo dismissed from the school Wo shall insist upon regularity of attendance faithful application to study and propriety of conduct For terms both iu tho College and Preparatory and for catalogue giving full information apply to L H BLANTON Chancellor Richmond Kentucky ished by time Electric and Gas Corn panies Dated at Richmond Ky this the 1st day of September 1JOO ATTEST J W CKOOKK J E GBEENLEAK E hI S B IIUIEI On account of tho length Vater v Light Comuipanys proposal- we oulv give n Svuulsis of timeir five year prll08aI IS as follows utter Light Company otTers to light the present street lamps at S23 tv post per year The Company will lur nieb Welsbach street lamps or similar incandescent burners of at least fifty candle power at 26 a lamp a rear They also agree to furnish the citizens with gas at a price not to exceed 200 per thousand less 10 per cent discount if paul by the 10th of each month or in other words will furnish gas atlS0 per thousand They also agree to furnish gas for fuel at 125 per thousand and for mechanical purposes at 100 Also to fnrnieh licht in the city building for 50 per cent of the charge made to there consumers They also give the city the option to purchase the Water Light plant at any time on sixty days In consideration of the city accepting this bid time Water Light u tiers to make the following reJuced water rates DWELLING HOUSES For single family four rooms or less SO For single family five rooms or more- S The following charges are for these fixtures when taken iu addition to the regular family rate One bath tub 5 Each additional bath tub JOne selfregulating water closet fS Each additional eelfreculatiug water closet S3 Sot laundry tubs 3 PRIVATE STABLE Not exceeding two animals includ hIlt use of hose for washing carriages4 For each additional animal 2 IIANIJ nose For ordinary lawn of not over 100 front feet When used in addition to domestic rate 5 Hose with lawn sprinkler when used in addition to domestic rate f I Alone with no other rates12 or2l- ler month Hose for sprinkling can bo used only during daylight and before eight oclock a III and sifter four oclock p m Hose rates are waite for the use of hose when held In tho hand Hose let run ning will be charged as lawn sprinklers For additional families musing same fix tures an increase rate will be charged BOARDING HOUSES The charge for boarding houses will be the same as for private families with 150 additional for each sleeping room STORES siiors AND GBOUND FLOOR OFFICES Including ono set bowl and use of how for sprinkling and nut requiring more than an ordinary supply of water flO OFFICES Offices with one set bowl 5 Offices in building occupants having use of sink or closet in common 3 Ollices in building occupants having use of sink and closet in common G SALOONS For fixtures behind the counter anti upwards according to estimate use of water f20- Olher fixtures according to their lespective ratesA- POTHECARIES LACXDR1ES BABUER SHOPS BAKERIES BUTCH Kit SHOPS VISIt MAR KETS AND RESTAURANTS Meter or special rates according tn the estimate use of water LIVERY AND ItOAttUIXO STABLES Meter or special rates according to estimate ue of water UrlllalJ BUILDING PURPOSES For each cask of lime or cement 10 cent In no case will water bt turned on for the above purpose fur less than f MBTEK RATES For manufactories 15 cents per 100 cubic feet For hotels and other large consumers 20 cents per 100 cubic feet Fur domestic and and all other pnr iiows except as above 25 cents per 100 uhic feet In case tho consumption uf water does not amount to 20 uer annum time consumer will he obliged to pay a quar terly sate of 5 in advance Whin water is required for purposes not specified iii thu atiove schedule ol rates title will be made by the Company uitur wi1ll i nnpplicd only 80 long ax the rules and rcgiilnilona of lh Ilich u 10 net Water Light Company are complied with Wilier closetH hut Bclfrcenlating not allowed Full rates will be efmargeulor water closets and other fixtures run by waste water If thlo bill is accepted a cOlltrlt shall j bo executed between time city of Rich mond Ky and the undersigned Coin puny and time rates hereto vetforth for water and gas to private consume o Khali go Into effect January 1 1801 but hmh1Itimhoundk Light Company M KtchmWO JCy tab SepKHbr 11 MO- RICHXOVD WATM 1k LjaKtlC By J A SCLLIVA ktvi 1nrJItoPa t rfcr IIm1- I o lea living in houses of four rooms is 24 for three openings including bath tub and closet with a charge for each addi tional opening Under tbe proposed beIyearAninn the city will come betore the regular meeting ot the council Thursday nicht which meeting the public catuutend Time Water Ligtit Cou proposal will be published in full next week RICE STATION Mr Win Crouch attended the G A R encampment at Chicago dauJhterMis Thursdayfromsale of 50000 trees Simp Wagers is the most successful horse swapper hanggv buyer and watch tinker iu this locality Mrs Thomas J King returned Thursday from Jessamine county whore she visited relatives two weeks j The fruit ClOp is a success and our people are enjoying tho result Poaches and watermelons are extra fine Kirby Bros have moved their saw mill to Rice Station where they will KOOII start in cutting the large body of timber belonging to W C Finney Protracted services are being carried on at Providence church by Rev Shearer of time Baptist denomination attendingHarrodsburgof Adam Pritchett of this place with his wife is visiting the family of Adam Fritchett Bryan Beckham and White are galnluu friends every day Why cer thisfailand work hard fur our worthy nominees nntionnlhnnks NewYorkHows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can tmreFWe the undersigned have known F belieebusiness transactions and financially madebyDmngistTOhtaiu OHallsly acting directly upon time blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price gisl8TeRllmonlals Halls Family Pills aura tho best Fbilc Zal of Lad I will between the hours of 10 and II oclock a m expose to public sale One Hundred and Twenty Iio CM Acres of Improved land situated on the wales of Otter Creek near SC1ldderfanu WeanCSQY e tci DJ tbereouI100dlocated and desirable neighborhood close to schools and churches Also at the same time thirtytwoacreau part of the old Terln tract Said land is also In a desirable neighborhood Postcsxlon itcOPartiessmall train and make such improvements as may be wanted Sate positive and without reserve Terms easy and wade known on day of sale MRS JULIA A SCUDDER anr294vr Eyrau1 rtmratar TPC itor fItE AGE eutVITgreat this Separator It does awajr with expensive maebleery and j jiros no power or fuel to run It Xo tater with two or mice covs car ifssd ta W wthe t CM T- Le4sfseierd Ui stass Me s I mtt 1l1li4 Sse4u udmiIpi 4pims4s 4wntw- wajtt d M rV HusSy WississsW J EU CuskuWUTXM Z4i J 1 Warningiihould the earliest stages decay can be ar rested anti the TEETH 3aved Later it may be two late fur1manyexperience and every patient is successfully treated Oar artificial teeth with or without plates are the most perfect construction Fine Solid Gold Crown 550 Allworkis fully guaranteed DR IIOBSON Dentist Ricldnond Ky Bldginfice OPCJI all night q IStC A CARD I I s JI I greatly apprecIate J the e I tIJJItfJlAtL AN O t 0i1 1Mft 0 0 WIlLfl WkVb o f4JI had All I can say to V andJJ amine my Falland lWinter Goods pedectJ fit lIt for all patromigo I remain H S STOUT c THE TAILOR eoe o I A CLEARING r UP n n IiODDS AND ENDS SLE jJ It begins at our stor WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 and continues for one week During that week we shall clear out all the Odds Ends and Rem I nants of our Summer Stock and an the lot youll find many articles you need at prices you coufd never buy them for before even her and our customers recognize us as leaders in low prices Ladies Slippers 125 J5o and J75 values all go at 99c Misses and Childrens foot wear suffer a like cut n Percales Ginghams Figur ed Lawns P Ks andCotton JOc and 12 J2c grades all go at 8 J3c Fancy Parasols Fans Wash Ties Duck Skirts Torchan and Bal Laces all go at ONE HALF price ++ + + + +4 ++ AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK I Cor Main First St A FAZE OFFER I will fill any order for yon at the jewelryjllogue that you may have thereby say ing yon expense of ordering Respectfully janSlyr DP ARMER Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON COUNTY COURT ZT Rica Ac Plaintiffs Ox PEIITIOX All persons haTing claims acalnut the estate of Taylor Rice are hereby notified to tile the same legally verified with the undersigned or Z T Rice Adinr on or before the Jith day of September 1000or same will be barred 8 E SCOTT M O M C C aUJt22tw 1f k71 71 71 171F 3- OLEXINGT N INVE TMENT jj M Pays You 300 for Every 4 Dollar Invested tA ot Branch office front room 1overJoplints furniture store L P TODD MGR 5wSEE OURhI tt Richmondee H Champion tWheat Jjrillstf Jnif DisctPIows and 4 I ilbufn Wagons BEFORE YOU BUY 4 dThe Page Fence iJjt1is the bit Woven Wire pence made t4 4 JJ nuGUS SJMMUN 3se IllQJm ITOTX9 TIft4ILj t 7 ifiiJ atQjl1 i +++ + + + ++ + + +++++ ++ ++IMens Shoes worth 200 250 and 300 all go for 175 150 grade at 99c Boys Shoes that we soldaformerly at J25 J50 and 175 all go at 100 You get pickof the best in the house at that price These are but samples of our pricecutting for this sale All lines are affected by it get your moneys worth ComeI++ + + ICALL Inc- hilyiiit OWEN MCKEE Richmond Kentucky ARRIAGE BUGGIE T HAONI In fact everything in the Carriage line can be hi foundat our shop Only the best material carriagebuggy c1cky arriae Works c JOHN DONELSON Proprietor 1 1 r II =IT IS WORTH WHILE jiDrc I toreOur line of RNxLIfla I I p Iit o s t I Of all grades is now complete and the low f pricesas well as the articles are sure fl to give satisfaction I Chamber Suites Oaks or Mahogany also odd Bedsteads bestfCouches tufety upholstered in vcloUt tapes 4jRockertt 1Chiffonis Odd Dressers and Stands i k Roomghairs strong and durable And many other bargains too iJumclOUS to nfention N o III Catpetsri I I aJri 1111 tI l ft tUflckrthet- hrecdiJoi11 JOPLIN lIht J JDa Phon 13 r vf UfeH v tf T r 0 iIi 11 7 ct wf l L f 1 tfr W7 U it = rI 70111 J IIA FddeJ PCI per The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SELF 5 1900 See H S Stout the Tailor before buying your full suits sop8 t Five room cottage for rent price 10 per month Apply to Dii G W tvASS auglotf Natural product water mill flour and meal at It A Baxters grocery on Second Street angltj The Unlnn Sunday School will pivo a picniu at W W Piggs woods on the Irvine pile amrilay Imkut fr II S Stout Hois coining ItIti fmvi with a new stock uf woolen liih t designs 6sep3 6ondii1idt hnml piano for sale cheap tpI It i rw Apply to Wk II Wall 01 llagiiiK Fllm anp293t Mr Jt lMne Owingsvillo ail US t fl fnin MT litd while at tltlykiIMr thn M4iuiif nwtr Bardstowu mls d nil liinrin ctlilMgo weighing 3 pi in is uinl iniirii than a foot in di ameter Natural nroiluctwhile not as whito as patent flour is much better for health For sale at It A Baxter on Second street augjif If S Stout is prepared to do all kinds of cleaning and pressingon ladies anil gentlemens clothing also can make alterations of any kind osepSt Au Ice cream supper will be given at i IIH district school house near Boone liiro next Sntnrdav night Proceeds tog tn district library Everybody cor dially invited A mark of respect was paid the Inte Judge Tiplun III lliat Circuit Conrtad j timed in onler to allow the meinberti 11 tIe hare one of whom Mr Tiptou formerly wan to attend the fuuerl I ivn IMW prepamil to do all kinds oi draining and pressing for ladies and geiitlemitn Also ulieratioiiK made II S KTIUTT SsepSt Uichmond Ky Mrs Uiitherford K Douglas had a dianxtiil ring stolen from her by a negro boy in IIHT employ The ring was refoverol and ih Ify under S300 botitNjclioiasvsllcor Woodford vnn Friends here have rwreived lbs sad intpiligeiife of the low condition of Mr Kariinst Wagers who is being treated lir ionsinnptlon in Cincinnati It is farel lie will soon sueeiimbto the rav aLesof this dread disoasp CaM well High School began Mon day with Ltfii pupils enrolled Prof usingJIISstieitKxinl terms in the history of the intiiiiiitiiin in which resolve he is ably seconded by Prof John Noland The democracy of College lull pre jlIit met lat Sntnnlny evening at Col Icv and orgnnlztNl It Democratic Club tiiurli s ombs WIIK olccMoil Pnsident jiirgH Ginter Vice Ijocidtnt and William lisle Secretary About one hundred mumbers were enrolled lf Jesse Until will nddrnis the club Saturday night next Mtij Unit J M Poymz announces a meeting of all old Jonfodorates to ho hild at the court hmihe Saturday at 2 uVlock Itiisiness of importance is tithe tntllKnctwland all C S A veterans ar enrncfllv requested to he present Death is taking many names off the nIl and the ranks are huing Ihinnelslliet all whfi renmin join in these meetings of ciiinradslnp and enjoy these re UIIIOIH biifore tlny t xi suet the Choir Invisible A cordial invitation is nlwt extended to tho sons oi Ciinfederatr vetiTiiiis let as ittaityis possible attend TliHsetison has arrived when strangers claiming to represent lush innabletailor lug establishments in the cities will call and olfer in make you a suit of clothe or a pair of pants at remarkably low Iinru Theett Hiiuitt gelillemeil will take our order atitiioiid you cheap ready made IIlIhur pants instead of ctisiom miidn ji ls Home itidttfitry Hlioiild bo encouraged at till times Dont send vour motley away from Kcliniind whIm you can get better re sults at honm fur the same amount I haVH decided In make a reduction of 10 per rent nn till suits and 5 per cent on paiitH cash on delivery nf Sit istnction guaranteed Call ami examine my samples and get prices before going elsewhere Respectfully pcptS 2m CHAUU JACOIIS Pigeon Shoot Mure than usual inturett was taken in the weekly pigeon ulioui at Madison Unn Club Iark Kriday lust Unsides tllli plltrilti a number nf visitors were preeut to view the contest As tire weather is itijiH iliaant we predict a larg crowd of visitor as ax a attendance ni the inn Cnli members trout miw Hilt ii die quail season opens ia November Au evening canuut be moie Hiijoyahly spoilt than witnessing nun of thnsd healed contests Below is published ei rte attl sn- It K Turley 1000D11U1111101011111110 Kliult Hmitli m UIOOlulHlMOliCliaillOOIl lir U Hulison uIlllllOUOOlOullllOIllOJ Dr II UJarlulIOIOUllutOlXJOOO1lll00 9 Thin Smith Jr OlltOltOlimiUXmOuaxW It lIt Uurnam oi0001101IUUHimouOtlllO13 E Illume 4 Fatal Encounter A much regretted street encounter tllk place on Miiurday evening hit ub iiit7 oclock when ilrfc Cliireiu E Woods shot and moilally wounded Jtiilge French Iiptnn The trouble be twu n tlie e gMitleinen begat several yenri back suit list its origin in a news pajir controAcrsi I ateiy tho feud was brought to a heat by differences of opinion concerning municipal owner ship Mr Woods being an nuthnslaaic ad vocatn of thli system and Mr Tip ton having npi initu views Several times of late wnyii tile two men have come in ixmtact nnd trouble tecuicd prohabie Mr Woois avoided a cniulmt hut as was shaking hand with a friend In front nf lliU fires es tnhiidliiiittiit hvt Saturday and Judge 1iit lull appro inliKil unaware and IItl tick li n n fiaidil liluv ill the left eye he drew lila revolver tutu flrd the hall Ktriking Mr Tiptou in the ab doniuii and going clear through the body Hereupon Tjptou threw up his hands and b for mercy and Wnodn with mot commendable mol eration though suit smarting with tho pain ot Tipwns blow put up his gulls big lit could not a man who p etd for liEd Judge Tipton wax IOU veveil to his home nn street where h lnuVoodstioi to the amount of five hundred dollars lila bondsmen being Messrs W S Humo L N Ncalo cud W U Uldham While the occurrence is much deplored by ad in fairness it must be PAid hat Tipton was tit fault and iIgrusurMr Wood acting solely in self deffiise Bnth men are too well known to require further mention Mr Woods being Jormerly editor of this paper and at present Grand Recorder tin Sigma Nil fraternity tutu wllior of tue Delta its otlleialpinilicatlii Judge Tipton wa also at onetime very promi iint in newspaper circles having at Itll rent times edited all three of our cotmry papers At present ho was In the United Staes revenue He WHS a lir ther illlaw of Hon Tho Ktu irt nf Winchester The sympath if iiioeiitiro community ill with the families of built partlesand the sad event deeply resrette1 r a truo gentleman on his death bed wade a Htntemeut exonerating Mr Woods and tho blame The fuuoraltlervicts of Mr Tipton were held yesterday afternoon at the Kpiscopallan Hmrtjli rind It largo coil i mrenf fnllowc1 bim to tho cemetery where lila remains were ln t rre1 Tipton leave A Wife formoly MiiisStnartof Wtnchester an excellot and highly cultured and her friends mourn with tier in her sad bereHVineut Mr Wools was admitted to bail awaiting further exatniimlloii the sties of five thon nd dolnrit nu thlrtythreo of our leading IInd wsaltk- hot vltJxnlf Ilc04 J5 bead =WlStiltl1 II o J 1011111 j i c Pia v1iiO1pOttJweighreward for any information lliebnrdsonOrwool Cuded- Elliston miawUl card ur wool in limitedamountevery day but persons desiring their rulldatJhly4tf J3LLIBTON MlM Cq FerSa1erhrIvstei I will dispose off lily property prl JUcInitllluulllIrioum iW hither iuf rin tfti idi PointLeavelIihfliotithiV K UESSY KlSneyin if Public SaleV rf Ii1loiThjuidv posoto lubhcs 1ecj iJSStrT iilLbt4 XIIIAmollg Ulhbredpublichy22aug6t WTBARVI Discontinuance of Salurday Night Trains on L Av theSaturdayniglmtaiideirJy ing toand from Irvine Kywnre Atlanticafier be handled on these days on reg otherdaysC E Convention theChristian Sterlingincludes the counties of Franklin Jes FayetteSCott andPowellwill pleas copy New Hose Cart The city fire department has been enriched by the addition of a new hose WaguimWorksand gives a modern tone and look to the otherwise obsolete appearance of our fire department Let the City Fathers now indulgein the purchase of an up todate engirio and Hoboken disasters will have no terriot for us Bees Sting a Mule to Death Last Thursday Mr Tilford Jones of Red House locality preparing to use his lenin a horse Hud mule hitched them to It wagon and leaving the animals to gr ze around the yard returned to time houte Mr JUliet was barely out of sight of time team before they ran into and upset a bee hive In an instant the bees were ad over them and before Kssistaneo arrived the mule was go bad ly stung that it lived only a few hours stuiigbyget well Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly in Rich wend on Monday October I at 2 oclockf in my oiht room dwelling of mud formerly known as the Itiibt Corn 1i1011 place oa the Big Hill pike This which is situated in a good neighborhood and has flume garden barn grainer buggy house meat houses etc will make an iiieal routed home Will alfO offer fur sale one of the best family mares in the county one good cow otto covered buggy spring wnguii and road cart Terms easy It W STUKDEVAN- T5sp4t Box 47 Kiuhmoud Ky Singmq School Closed The filliping cuss conducted by Prof C Adaiiib ot Iuiiolu closed Sunday at Pilot Knob Church The musical was composed of an able and interested comniiltrq of both sex and theadvauce miiiit of the ainging ulas1 WitS remark ablrt The coinniittfe allowed tpecta torn to attend on conditions of beat he Imyiir aiil WUHIB of vIsitors contin ued to iuiiiu fur miles around The convention is going to convene again in the near future with J W Lewis remaining as chairman and Prof Adams will again he employed to re prufoutmdieacliiuglisa mittee D JACKSON Sec Court Day Time opening of the campaign in Mudison wa no doubt responsible for the large crowd that filled our streets Xotwimstandiiig the cruwd wa more or less einbued with politics business was fairly good A number of mules were offered at 00 to 150 horses brought from 50 to 120 The cattle market was up to the standard with prices ranging from 4 to O cents But few sheep uttered those sold however liroiikht good prices Mr John Shearer bought from Milward Allen of Clark county one uiaro fur 45 and a two yearold horse from Kayuioud Shearer for HI Mr Shearer soul a mule colt to Everett Huguely for 55 Circuit Court Circuit court Monday with a heavy criminal docket and a light civil one on hand Several important cases will come up chief among them being tIme Lowry Jarman Todd and Ballard cases The following gentlemen com pOliO tIle grand jury Thomas Million foreman- J Francis Henry Morgan Congravo GreenJIrit Scudder WJ Risk J F Oldham E V Elder James Butner W D Sanders 7 f C A Taylor csJames Evans News ol Capt Wyganl TJjo following notice from tlie Plain field New Jersey Press will be of in terest to time many friend of the gen tloiimn mentioned Li W Miller of Scotch Plains has Just received acoupleof clippings from a newspaper published Manila P I which gives short sketches concerning lila brotherinlaw Major W 3gaut who is now located there One account tells of n capture he made of 120 Mauser and 85 Remington rifles with their breechblocks gone This was nearthe town of San Jose and at the same time he iitMti red 13 bull cart toads of ma chinery for tnaldiii powder Informa tion concerning above was furnish ed by n native spy Tho other account tells of Major wygnnts capture of an insurgent Capt Ciicillio iomrz with seven teen also the capture of a live bare lied machine gun in fair condition one UJ3 army rifle rilibreSO one pin fire revolver and 0000 pounds of pn lay evidently intended for the use of the insurgents Major Wycanl is well known In this vicinity having visited in Scotch Plains since his West Point days III the seventies and Ins friends will bo pleased to hear of his success Duel Killing That men are deceivers ever was 1nttuiulay In a regular Laura Jean Lihby alfivir which occurred at the Baptist Apsiclatiou meeting at le tonlown near Silver Creek In which Drum Million of color was slain by his dusky paramour Nannie liur ton who after killing Million turned her weapon upon herself 1he two darkies had been jwcethearts for some time but of lute Million bad shown attention to some other maid This nf course aroused pangs of deep int In MisS BurUms heartl1ud- dIHlurlnJlysheresolvod to extortn1oae hitn won by another When they met at tho asso elation Sunday tho woman coolly in foruiiul Million that lila days wereiitim hereil and told him td prepare for death HiWad tIimtshe no titan he and reache lfor hIs Sun but tho d hadtht drop on him mind fired ThereBpon after the time honored manner of the tHins novel she mrne l her upon herself and dramatically expired upon her lovers tldy Both negroes are from the TMwi GneltwiiHiy Itn buthate Q1ID fed MtlIy e rowwMiw I shr u btMJI k W hi 1r r 1J r Dasojs Weae maedicmlICOnsistfog or an ancient dirk picked up hislJwalking cane j alelluteelbli nppcarnnreonowmlly jaine hut on tho prewnie of a deahlyweftpouof a HnxlrfhH i t1y lirt ul eelfde incrjihentiRges allvanloHHroittlintamaiiiMib lijt hind all tillbt a chance rtto inititil whereas IIIU U KruppIW lllld lVIl m t4 tttifl fitery andAattolt VtiitetIriMllty was cjejinimr out his corncrib Rod cleaving with a corn knife whohndawaytimeahiiJogOn examination it was proved that the rinllnroltlldciple that tip tin yjrtor belong the spoils ilm iosU yinu took pobses uponhi8mysteryamiddent in the case was of somewhat dn forjewelrynave a Biblical story concerning a fish who kept Its bank account in its stom ach but sound money rats are something new Teachers Association MadisonCounty fromYallevVlew8 beginning at 10 oclock a m Basket groundAllfriends of education are cordially invi ted to be present is the program furnished by VicePresident H Lee Davis YoungAddress F Brock Response J W Wagers LeeDavisWhat Can the Trustees do to Help TaylorHas Corporal Punishment Any Place in School Management G C Brock Mrs Minnie C Turner OriginalPoemRWhy ParentShonld Visit the School Mrs John Flora GC Parrish Mies Maud BroaddusRecitationMiss Madg Wilson Schoolroom UecorationsTlieir Value Miss Annie Duncan Belle Holman Recitation DINNER Effects of Our Present School System and How to Remedy Them J L Stevens James Wilson Value of School Library and Some Suggestion as to How to Secure One Misses Addle Clark Belle Million Recitation Miss Lottie Farris Superiority of New Over Old Methods essavMrs W H Miller Friday Evening Speeches Their Value C F Brock Miss Jennie Evans Debate Does the Mind lain More Knowledge From Reading or Observa tionAff J L Stevens G C Farris Neg A F Caldwell C F Brock Quotation Contest To be participat ed in by all present Prizo to largest number of correct answers In Memoriam The following beautiful tribute to Sheiiff John Dillingham son of Elihu Oilliughim whose tragic death in Mis souri a few weeks since was chronicled in the CLIMAX was taken from The Platt City Mo Landmark 0 Thou art no weather bauble 0 Friendship Thou art no empty name How difficult it is to realize that bravo gentlechivalric John Dillingham is dead None of all those who lay in silent inajrRty around him in Gods acre are more mourned none more mimed Grief over his untimely end is confined to no age no color no creed but all alike mingle their tears together Its boundary is the limit of sorrow its ex tent an ocean of human woe No lg noblo deed sets away the sweet melody of a tuneful life no unworthy memory throws its somber shadow across the shine pathway of an honorable career In alt things he was the very incarnate triumph of faithfulness No man can say of him that ho ever violated trust ever sullied an obligation He was ten oem as a woman vet in the face of dan ger bold as a lion He Knew not the name of fear though a broken orb should fall fearless ho would stand among its ruins lie was the very crystantzation of loyalty Loyal to God to country to family to friends his life went out in a perfect sunburst of iovaltyto those whose official obll a tions he bore When death touched him he was at his post of duty grim sileut determined yet with a smile playing round hislippercbance the same smile which the cold blast from tho Valley and the Shadow froze upon them that you might see peace of his soul as you looked upon his lead face in its coffin frame How true it ia that in the midst of life we are in deathand how equally so that between butiorable words of Horace Greely recur full oi the pith of human wisdom Fame is a vapor popularity an acci dent riches take earthly certainty is oblivion When for the last time Morning with straws of light tickled nun into wakefulness no man ever hugged to his breast more happy thoughts of a long life spreading out be fore him tuft of hope of the perfect approachingtwinkle of an eye the summons caine and he hind gone to join that pale procession which over lmover oer the sands of that shoreless sea which witli out sun or horizon rolls its shark waters between Time anti Eternity But what a glorious end Destiny had decreed when it permitted him to die the noblest of all deaths that of the brave soldier with his face to the fe and the flag of faith about him signalblowWithOcath the sunrise cornea The dewdrops slips into the hilling sea W Campaign Oocning A scene of rare enthusiasm prophetic- of Democratic victory was of last Monday afternoon when Hon J D Black of Barboiirvilie opened the cam in Madison with a rousing speech at the court house The Temple of Justice Wa5 crowded long before the fCobbIng Mr Black as representative a body of Madisons sturdy yeomanry as ever faced a speaker was before him In his introductory remarks Mr Cobb re sired to the fact that in every county in the State Democratic orators were then opening a campaign destined to be one or the most memorable In the history of Kentucky Inasmuch as it backilutz lierjroin the Republican bondage of iniquity He said of all the speakers of notein tire Democratic ranks today none bad afirmor hold tin Madison coun ty hearts than the Hon J D Black whom he then presented to the audience cheeringMr aad opened lila remarks by saying since the time of Adam It was meant by our Creator Unit every man should enjoy the fruits of his own toil and that every juccew IS nttracable to the pursuit of U oppositeFrompiorabieevilsottltedayto the infla ence trusts over rluaus labor and the proceeds therof More than one half of tho in the Unktd Stt he saId Jc eaMrallod b7 MM thU th pq ta M tt M trMM HIM MM hu all s4DdQI 71aJaill a a a a i 4 Zt u aaaaaeeaaaaeasaa SPECIAL SALE JOF SHOESEVERY MAN WANTING A PAIR OF SHOES WILL SAVE BIG MONEY IF THEY BUY OF US t Come and see and get Prices we want to CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE SUMMER LINE OF SHOES Covington Mitch- ellaaeaaaaaaoasmen to palaces and some to rags and hovels Mr Black said he was not Inveighing against honesty and thrift butt it wa the system he was opposed to This is tine to the fact that what Lincoln feared tins come to pass name ly that the lust of greed and gold has iieconi trrcat in Republican hearts that by legislation they make sell ag grand izetnent easy Uncalled attention to the fact that though the Republican national platform denounced trusts yet more trusts hind been formed dur ing McKinleys term than during all previous years and that the Secretaries of State and of the Treasury and thp Attorney Oeneral in McKlnleyn cabi net were all trust men And ho con tinned the situation is growing worse in 1870 one half of the property of our country belonged to the laboring class Now not onetwentieth does and if things go on as they are going now by a mathematical calculation we can figure to a nicety how long it will be before everything belongs to the trusts Do people think a man whose income is 20000000 ayear does more work than a man who makes only 2000 asked Mr Black Why the trusts profit since 1870 is more than 1800 per cent while tile government in ihe same time bus made less than percent Aud- this suite is growing every day The sugar trust this very year hits made five raises and realized 30000000 proGi Mr Rockefellers income would clothe feed and arm 100000 soldiers These and kindred examples ho gave to show how things were drifting to the bad and how the sole salvation of time republic rests on a change of rule Taking up onr foreign policy Mr Black eaiit that when the Democrats forced McKinley into the Cuban war it was for liberty anti not for conquest fur they thought that where our flag went there went onr constitution also But alas we now see that this Republicans have made an empire subservient to them selves 0 we wished to make a republic Coming down to Kentucky Mr Black devoted himself to giving a clear statement of Taylors misrule and misappropriation He reviewed the events of the last years campaign and showed how violent abusive and unlawful Re publican actions were and how peace ful and lawabiding the Democrats behaved He dwelt with length on the necessity of the partys reunion as an element of victory and urged all Democrats and all Republicans who were desirous of their own good to vote for Bryan and IBeckham Amid much applause Mr Black then concluded oueof the most logical and convincing speeches ever heard here and we have no doubt but that its effect will be far reaching and productive of the best results Blue Grass Seed That Will Come Up I will sell 3000 to five thousand bushels of Blue Grass Seed on two hundred 200 and sixty acres of land Terms cash paul in advance to me in person White Hall No letters CASSIUS M CLAY 5101UOO N BTho Richmond Climax Reg ister Pantagtaph Louisville Tunes Lexington Leader Paris Kentuckian Citlzen will publish Cuv imav2- ZSLfP1RSONAL Mr Wallace Muir of Lexington is here f Mr Overton Chenault of Lexington was here court day Mr Green Miller of Irvine was in Richmond last week Mrs B1k Gentry left last week to visit relatives in Estill Judge A R Burnam of Frankfurt was in our city Monday Miss Susan Hume is at home from a three months trip abroad Mr O M Woodbury of MIddles borough was here Sunday Mr Alex Denny is back from an all summers stay m country Mr Jamps Barbour Is here on a vlait to his father Dr L G Barbour Mr T J Shackelford of Danville spent Sunday with his family here Mr C D Chenault has returned from a tour through time south anti west Miss trait White is at home from an extended visit to Olympia Springs Mrs Mat S Cohen leaves to morrow for a two weeks visit to Cincinnati Miss Mollie Fife goes to Lexington this week to pay friends a short visit Mr Joe Schofenhausen has from a ten days outing at returnedII Col Ed Rowland of here mingling with his many Miss Same Flab ol NicholnsvllleII was with Mr and Mrs week Judge and Mrs TJ Scott arrived Saturday to be hero during circuit courtMrs MW Miller of Lexington is vinitliig liar nephew Mr George W Iickels Rev QW Young of Georgetown spent several dys with friends here last week The Misses Crowe of Richmond aro visiting Dr and Mrs McFerran Crowe- WooolonllSun Mr anti Mrs John HIale attended the funeral of Mrs U U Daniel at Clay City last week HC Shipp and wile of George tows spent last week with Mr and MreWJDOJdhamt Mr Cyrus DouglAS Is back from Chicago where he bought a swell fall line for Douglas Bros lIon WC Owens of Georgetown Palled through Kichwoad Wednesday a reate to EittItlI Miss larailmadabaw Iusretnrned to her in Lebanon rt4lC an extended visit to Mrs Oso WillffBt tobet1 Ita21WM7sftsWlu0 x WI j I0 1 a a a a S a a a a a a Ian Q o 2 s in 121 rr no1111111Ilmersv It Letrher Charles Smith and wife of Richmond are thin quests of Ma or J It Davis and- wifeCalJJphtlIsvllle Journal lion John Miller of Lincoln county Itilanclllpleasantvisitreturned to her home at WhiteStation- Mi s Taylor has left for Jefsa mine cmntv where she had charge of eiisuingyearMiss Alice Lloydof Richmond Female was here last week in scimoolCarhjsieMercury Miss Lititia Crowe will receive her September10thond street Mr Dan H Breck has returned from a canvas of several adjoining counties MnasachiuscttsItlauratice returnSntnrday weeksMarion Sttlilnwill visit Mrs Theodore Wilson and other relatives WattsCharlie theSunday withhitsseashoreLexngton Miss Bessie Baujliman the popular saleslady at the Busy Bee Cash Store resumeherorrAxlnglonleave this week for New York where MrBnQstono large wholesale firm The nmrriaco of Strother D Mitchell 01 tltis city to Miss Ltila Bishop Weav er of North Middeltown is announced ofUWlnverMtMisses Kate Blanton Kato Smith and Dr IL M Ulanton have returned athelbyvillewho was also a member of the party stopped off in Versailles to visit 11 and Mrs S Neville Moberley Mr Ed Boon wife and daughter have returned to their home In Ray county Missouri after a visit to the formers nearKingstoticussed in this and adjoining counties wereshippedto ParisKuntncklmCitizen of the Kentucky press paid this office rhonghlime whoIsHe was one of the pallbearers at the JudKCTlplon RELIGIOUS Elder Reynolds will begin a protract SundayProtracted services conducted bv the regular minister RE Moss began at SamidaySepteinber2 weeks Everybody invited to attend MARRIED STOXEPAIIKES It will be news to the many Richmond friends of Miss Ella Parkes to learn of her marriajrn to a iniluentialcitizenParke formerly resided here with Mr antI Mrs W W Watts and her host of friends here wish her all possible happiness DEATHS MILLER On Monday last infant of Cassius Miller of Valley View Bur tel took place Wednesday Richmond Cemetery IIAoN On Friday last Mr W M Hawaii of Silver Creek the result of a fall received some ten days ago fnmi which he never recovered Deceased Will an uncle of Mr Terry Hagun of tlds city Burial was in tho Richmond Cemetery Saturday Tenon John Tudor 8 years of ago sou of Allen Tudor formerly of Madi suit conntv but now a resident of Sherley 111 died Sunday last of blood pofsoning His remains arrived here Richinonllnephew of Mrs E tJ Wines of this city and also oC Wm Tu for of Million tins county RICE STATION Miss Lillian Moore of Ellnttsville ImL who tins been visiting Editor liar ris at Irvine forwuue time wagoeii to pas on the train Saturday en route homo Miss Moore wade friends throughout the county A very pleasant social was given to the o Homer Taylor as a bIrthday parly Monday eyontnj at the home of Mr Zach Taylor Those pros ent were Misses Fannie and Jade Wil son of Dug Hill j Pearl Covington and Bertha Wilsouo8tationClltnpj Alice Nettkand Taylor Messrs Joe JllnltyRnbertHum4i WrIi USY1QI Herbert Cox if WaeNWh1loughu AVagern anti ITrtef Vtry nice tuu lc toy a a otc4it M MtafMMiMKl tb giiy Tli ps wp it 11 2i THE WEEKLY SALES AT TH 8USY nii CASH STOH I + I ++ ULL 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 we- eklysaIess The Specials For This WeekrAre all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRICKS 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 ight of in this great slaughter of prices to close theme r WinUE I Good 44 Sea Island Cotton at 5c worth Gc J Trion Mills AAA Brown Cotton 5Jc worth 7cI h Good 44 Bleach Cotton 4c worth 6e Good 44 Bleach Cotton no dressing 5ic worth Tic Londsdale Bleach Cotton7c worth 8Jc Masonville Bleach Cotton 7c wprth lOu Our Celebrated Rival Bleach Cotton only Tie during this sale The price on this cotton was never less than lOc All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Tickings Cottonnades Cam let Jeans etc will be included in this Great Closing Out Stock Sale and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them Special prices will be made on our Clothing Stock during this sale and the low prices named on them will be eyeopeners for you if you need clothing of any kind give us a call W D OLDflAN COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Democratic Club Persnant to the call of the Campaign Committee the Democrats of Rich mend met at tho court house last Thursday evening to efFect an organiza thou for work during the campaign Promptly at eight oclock Chairman Cobb took stand and explained the nature and purpose of the assembly He refered to the importance of the campaign as having no equal in recent years spoke of the desperate attempts the Republicans were making to again urged the necessity of all Democrats uniting Lie extendeth a cordial invitation to all those at out with the party to come back Into the fold since Uoebel was dead anti his law about to be repealed The Republicans he continued are the enemies of law and have already announced in one of their organs that should they control the State Taylor Powers and all kin lired be pardoned so to prevent all this from coming to pass he appealed to the Democrats of the State county antI town to work together for the good of the partlAt the conclusion Mr which aroused much enthusiasm Mr W K Shackelford was named chairman pro tern and proceeded to organize tho gop tlemen present into a Democratic Club Nominations for President were theii declared in order and MrT J Smith Jr was elected over Attorney Samuel Tudor Messrs Wade Walker N B Turpin John Mershon WIi Oldham T O Ellis and L J Frazee were chosen Vice Presidents J Tevis Cobb Treasurer with W It Letcher Jr and J H Kennedy Assistant Treasurers and the Democratic press of the city Secretar los A motion was made and carried that an Executive Committee to consist of the President of the Club and six othcn be selected to have direction over all mutters pertaining to campaign work This Committee was left to the discre tion of the President and will ho ap pointed later It was then decided 10 calL tho Club the Richmond Democratic Club and that the names of Xlios Ellbt II B Iillinghsaw and J H Kennedy JLflrespective precincts which motion wds adopted with a whoop President Smith selected as a Corn mittee on Resolutions Messrs R tl Crooke C E Woods and R E Robert 11yIllnvitatlunstrong and full of enthusiasm begin oing by speaking of the changes in tie party since 06 and 09 in that many are with us now who opposed us then ftt advised a rockbottom union of the party lie rofered to the good work Bates was doing in that In such a ltuhliClu Btrou hold a Democratic Clim- bof222 tucmoorshdooenofllimizeiJ- 1llltltl nIL Drown Welt back to our ranks lIe tixurusewd hw Jjefsouai deidre- togotimriutim time iJ Sl1lJr Scott and took Potts by hia side He eulogized Hocklwta and spoke of tlie fairness qf tl e convention fii which hewaa nominated A grail current of popular feeling lie safil was tiweeptieg toward Bryan Bis grend spefyli at lRtlin j oli had mile hUh many 1 bHt of his old ef wes it sraq every members pcrlo id jhBryanand closed hiuymarksb urging eve y Democrat preMal to ork with mijibt and aisle for time pat1 Itfmate ence SMltJi kr M bour i MIItWajltihIWMI1Uil M Iii I extended tho lion Adlil K Stevenson to address tIm Club in his tour through Kentucky and the Executive Commit tee was ill llIIctltI to extend a hearty invitation tu tIle distinguished gentle man to do Ill The total enrollment of the Clubs first meeting amounted to 191 which was a fine showing consider lug the short notice given of the meet ing Any Democrats desiring to join will find the hooks open at all tinips for tho enlistment of names The next meeting of time body will oocur on the evening of Monday September 9 Warnin- heresy warn all parties not to keep feed shelter nr employ Andrew Jack son llalctho 17yearold son of Jackson Hale deceased JAS P IlAIK- uug293w Guardian Hth1i2ta1Blllousrcsa sour stomach ron t1pa tlon anil all liver ills arc cured by Hoods Pihh The nonlrrlUting cathartic Price 25 cents ol all drnsgUti or by mall of CI Hqodl Co Lowell Moss Bofore the war the mines of South Africa gave work to between 60000 and 70000 men j The great success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In the treatment of bowol complaints has made it standard over the greater part of the civilized world For sale by Perry Thomas eeptSlm The man who was not counted by the census taker now bobs up serenely When nay your blood is impure anti appetite poor you are admitting our need of Hoods Sarsaparilla Begin taking it at once It Time dikes of Japan cost in the aggre gate more money those of the Netherlands As an external liniment of most won derful penetrative and curative power eqnaiedbyiced S0cts Perry Thomas Bep5lm Tho sultan possesses no crown coma lion being unknown in Turkey Why Dont You Eat No appetite you say Stomach feels bad11 Well take Dr Calrtwells Svrun Pepsin and you can cat anything Sold by all druggists aug 8 lat The hero does what others dare not do A diseaiied liver declares itself by tnorosBiiesii mental depression lack of euergy jijrtlcssuess melancholy anti constipation Herbino will restore the liver to a condition Price 60 cents Pry Thomas sep5ltn 5 In Kaffniriacaltltf constitute the chief currency will bereeiyed for a that is lopamnForata1ft The Itulfan name oC tIme Charlw river at i44 1vMMIsalat4n7Whick 1naatg- reM1M91 Are kt4runin for ohB ce thWyer- jt Im rumui iee4- ttt fcc R Mte el Dr ldwi 1i- A Wore to Mothers Mothqrs of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesitate CoughIletneutynarcotic in any fnrni nod may he given as confidently to the as to an The grout SUII IH that has at tended its in the trfHiinent of cnlds and croup him win for ii the approval and praise it huts rewiv l throughout foreIgnlandssopt5 lin TIme scahs need in weiichins diamonds are so delicately poised tlut time weight of a singJo eyelash will turn the balance You may bridle the appetite but you cannot bribe tIm liver to do its work well You must he honest with it help it along a little now and then with regulatorThomas septulm Soldiers of the Italian army are al lowed two hours in time middle ot the day fur a nap Totter SaltKhcnm anti Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci instantlTallayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad aasen have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for Itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains and chronic acm eyes 25 cIa per box Dr CadjA Ceailllion Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse ia prime condition Price 23 senta per package A fellow with low tastes may often indulge in high balls perfectlyharmless It is also a tonic and by its strength ening properties will restore to pale cheeks time rosy hue of health Price 25cts Perry Thomas eep5lm tIt is estimated that armor for the new battleships for the German navy will cost tC5000000 NoNnscnER 0 l80 PEPSIN SYRUP Co Dear SIraLfeet it ray duty to write to you and let ou ktiow how mach irood your medicine has done for me Twentythree years ago I was taken with sonic kind of stomach trouble and Theydliiago neuralgia set in on me and I got poor and weak that I could hardly walk couldnt work any My hus humid received a book through the math advertl t yoHrHiediclne and he sontoar little boy tn tbie drug store to getone of your tencent bottles I be gan to use It It is streJige to say but its the truth the second dose I took kayo me iou of relief f kept on using it till I uaed it newly one Venr aad now I am a Arly M str hc M I used to be and mi do MUT kind of work I- reqesnuiend fcto all aeeaM to me it1kl anybedv I gotten Ii 1 Dr akwahla syrep- M MMb xood blew Dr M medln fum ctoI rLpsMMteeewi JMJMI 14 inoi45w rnt5owstoh Delays are Dangerous yonrfacemayseenof blood is impure anti impure blood is what causes most of the diseases from which people suffer Bettor heed tilewarning given by the pimple and purify lIoodSasrsaparilladiseases duo to bad blood includingscrofula and salt rheum t The nonIrritating catharticHoodsPills liefeelsTablets Buckeye Pile Ointment ro sootheshealsgoons fall It is no experiment its Everybottletubes 75c Perry Thomas sepoltn Few people acquire polish on the grindstone of adversity A WONDERFUL CUKB OP DJAItllllULA A Prominent Virginia Editor Had Almost Given np limit Was Brought Back bjr Chamberlains Colic Cbolera And Diarrhoea Remedy READ IllS EDITOKIAL From the Times Ulllatllle Va3 I suffered with diarrhoea for a IOK time and thought I was past being cured I had spent much time and uiluuerythat resuhrbutandDiarrhoeamonials stating how some wonderful resiieulyI 4hisreaders and fellowsuOerers that I nut a bale and hearty man today and feet fas well as I ever did my iiteO Il MOORE Sold by Perry Thomas septoVtrnV Time summergirI Is begiutiinmi count Item conquests The most delicate constitution pan safely use Coussens Honey of Tar 1t IB a sure and pleasant remedy fgr coughs loss of voice arldlulitllroaIitnu lung troubles Price 25 and 50 cents Perry it Thomas eeplS Ufa The railway from TienTIii to Peking a distance of about 70 miles was tire first constructed in China What Net ts Say ADo not cay I cant eat Tmili Hoods Sarsanarilla and say I i3if hungry all the time and fopu never hurts me Never say to your friend that vf nlgitIftired tell fIDo not say my face is full of pirtm plea You are quite likely to bet5H by some owe thre o of thus pientkwIttaev is cid hk hIdwIS1I Will N bith Ithp ii i r ws I XII j 1 ==y r T r cI PrintS 1 vIS tho1I Out6ood- sI i I it prices r f I ICompel uoJyou ghe s atji l tnB J iiiaI nID OIQ- J3I mnJ jJjMD The ladies cannot be deceived norIWCJJflM4ttA Sty is we buy in est markets of the world select the la youbuythe latest uptodate youlWniteAND Gioson 6100 T GHICAGO And return frcm Ciiciinati J BIG FOUR tv Cincinnati 830am 1230pm 820 pm tr Cblcsgq 530 pm 8IOpm L5sm 0I4 JItJI t J StTTOt1 c1t1qcaT cOlat mt1 at Sat aC t3Mmaxt 5tttTtj OCeiTat btaaWi rpV Coaches 10 JI 0 TrNnR leave Cincinnati from Ccn Statton Corner Third and Centra A venue Paraeneers from the South avoid all tranfer across the city and nntpr Chirsgo along the shorra of Lake MHiienn affording an excellent vidw ofitheI ake Front All trains n ter Central Station Twelfth Street qhiearo IlIc1cpt1I fce sold for the 3tlh Encampment to M Inclusive with re torn limit nntll September 30 If deposited with Joint Agent at Chicago prlorto 12 oclock noon of September 2 Call at Big Four Ticket Office N W COR FOURTH AND VINE WlBRENJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Oenl Paw Tkt Aet Se P T Att- J E REEVES Onl RonthernAet CINCINNATI O I Jl1tfQlTI wrn GI JKXlRESSCD DIRECT PROF DISyUERY TO CONSUMERS ALl CHROE ili are net tatitfaclurjrrtlxrn tktr a r txfenie anJ we will rtmnd t mf- I tar cnh cnllon r Itfe fi iS THAN TWO c Ilonis utJotluou g JSO HVr la TroaeUiU Inlow el2121 S 3 I iICCt Cftuck n IiO yjc A I orJV- ltkob puaCafI aAolaf 31 Ualloos e7iei7 M3r0 Krlmmtlli lock SOO Aflaifpwnft tr uut fIbrA rrnM bnia intl no ware or ctiiuli to indicate uUflg isd the rep titjr jirrM 0 MYETt 0 CCWPANtDlstIUcrs IT cr ZZb=COVINCITON KENTICKV U S A mtttbvin tItAAIOdTIIArin OffIi4Ow1l3Iuiie6nt nn PTT BURG ThAL TO K Y1RD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER nRcnfitHIPPFR5Yn tis h tve IItis the nearest point tothe E ltrn Marlcet Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and allother kinds of stocks- Gmsigmnents for Commission firms given prompt at A Untion ZfJfSiifo513 SIMON ODOKNELL General MgT MADISON I INSTITUTE Tho nillujiiiU ytr umnuie niw TUESIU SElTEMDEU 11 1000 The IiiHiluto will lMMiU for tlio i ifitiin uf ilinleniH on Saturday tho 8th of fMpiiinlMir next 1liuio wlbliini to secure lactB lor their daughters ur wardts tuc u Ki8e l tu apply parly I ft fill vlnnlt iiii iiierinj llio IiiNlllnle next session be present if at all lMn jlle it tin rirrrp Kfiniiliii of llm fcliool TueKilay 8epteuiler II aa an uiiMMiii of a wwk in twit it tliut limo will be Mtttcriously tliroHglioullliuseBalon- IVrsniis wihtuItlItHivfl an ifltCrjwlth the Principal befnrn placing a ftu lent in iln wliiMil Aniiiil tin well to rail at tit ItiHiimte before the opening iUy ThiH will iiioiitii 11 tie pitroll the undivided tiinn and Httention of tin J ri sIii pal niil it ill xrftiiiHiltf wokiii orgnIzat jot Eviry Hhscnce of the Irntcijiiil nun ilnMilIoclll1I1 niter 830 u 11 S ptcinb r 11 delays the work 01 cill it1clllil tlillfflrliltzallu Cuinu HHMI if piMKiMi fur nil nrflnnlimry arrangements before September lit Ii If you do nut fiiitl i1srutjeaI diiiio uu the llth or any day thereafter On JlIIlfjlrin frniiil nIt rreelve that Madison Institute hull been iduvd mi tlit lisi if tjI 1I1uHIr ViI l1V Cullf anil Vnxnar College For home thII4 w t liiu lnld ihn right of rectification Oirnull Univereit- ystuiluiitsfi iriiir in usr allYtllIlf these Institution WRY enter uon our ctrt ideate nliui ltIt1lgatiaeturiiy completed the College Preparatory Course CHANGES JNFACULTY FOR 9OOJ9OI it 1 AUCHN UTUWnTII Ill II FLORENCE ligTURTEVANT Phi Btfla Knppw Jornoll Uiilvereity Pupilof Marlq BisBull New York Ilibtorymnil llililu Voice Elocution IJhyHical Culture GtriOSEKIIREK Grmhmto Kair Conservatory Gennnisy lui 1Iiif llHiiit von nulow Piinionnd Siriiigud instruiiidiitri Ail tit Iivr ltiMriuturi INIIUU nlS last year Y4iIt1trIIlg it cordially polldod For further Information address 2Sjul2MISS ALICE LLOYD Principal h OrJjTilo1 Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centennial Exhibition 1876 Prices 60 per cent lower than other factories y I Tile Dralns c Is a Pcraiut tafwejiwt Inside nlametcr Price perlCOt Price ofBrinchti Weight of of rile feet each Vl filea o I od j Jio ctti u at t 150111- 5O u 6 t2i00 r2ST i3 fr 3510 AoJ18 fA 01185 12010 10107 30 38 I2 O 1 42 Price list F O BiCrtrs at Padlpries glewbeforeASyell drained farm will cause your to be emembredO- rQfavQrably than asky SCrLpI1fmarbleshaft 01113VeIL diaind land s lHa t crops and the best investment possible + tFactory at SEAKCV STATION P 0 WACO MADISON COUNTY KY J f J- 7 A PLEA FOR SWEET CHARITY They tell us we should hop famine stricken India What does God eayV To pet a full conception of just how strongly He teaches that we should help so serious iv need I believe it is net Fsary to take the entire Bible attered through iw pages almost from beginning to th end we find udItnoiiltiiiiis to help the pour all feed the hungry pruuiiieii to those who dow riling to those who do not Take lor Instance such familiar piisdnges at these Jit who MI bath this ivorldV odlSlIpLlsecth hits brother have need and lilitteth up his bowels of com sion froth tiles hnw ilwelleth the JoveI of iol In him Blessed is he that coiihiilcreth the poor the Lud will de liver him in tulle of trouhllIVhowi8toppeth his ears at the cry of the poor t o shall cry himself but shall not tIe heanlIMe beuotfieth our Unit dealetlfI with a slack hll1 d1H-e that hatli upon the poor leiidetli into the Lurdandtlat which be hath given will be paid him again theyhahtCastthybread upon tim waters for thuu shall l ll it after many days 11 thirie enemy be hungry give him bread to eat and the Lord shall reward thee Do not such passages teach us that we shall be rewarded even in this world for our help to the needy AH Gods wisdom is infinitely above us so ids and the reason for his- provI1ences are past finding out And while we can nut why India whuuld be so afflicted yet will not that famine at least serve to show us in Christian lauds how much of our Chns tiauity IB genuine and how much is mere profession lie who refuses to help a fellow being who is actually starving surely can not claim to love his neighbor as himself Surely surely such u one has none of the blessed spirit of Him who gave not only his own life but denied himself for a time the companionship of his Father and the supreme happiness of hUgh Heaven things with winch tliHtrreatest watklngIIIThere are no doubt in this Christian land many so called Christians who will during the year spend in worse than useless extravagances enough to support one or more of these homeless starving orphans Can it be possible that a child of iud though he may have been blessed with all earthly comforts awl luxuries can be he so thoughtless as lobe unable to thize with those in distress lfsoI be- Lieve that he will eTc long know how to sympathize with distress as great even as that of India even though he may have to learn bypassing through an experience similar to the one they aro having Vengeance is mine I will repay saith the Lord Is not the keynote of all of Gods teachings love Is not ourlove for God measured by our love for our fellowman Is not our love fur our fellow man measured by the sacrifice we are willing to make for Ills and Jesus sakeAnd we are told that whoa we shall stand before our Maker to answer for our deeds on this earth that he will say to Ui r I was an hungred and ye gave me meat I was thirsty and ye gave me drink 1 was a stranger and ye took me in clothed me I wasIIl1ketlllndJosick I was in prison an l ve came unto me Inas IIInli as ye have done it unto one or the least of these brethren ye have done it unto me Else lie will say to us that we did not these tiling and inas much an ye dill it not to cue of the least of lluK ye did it not to me And IhenH shall jo away into everJnstimr piiniNlimeiit lint the righteous into life eternal OXK OK YOUR READERS IN LINE The Paiit ali News which failedto Mippuit the ticket last year comes out III the rollwlllgwise appeal to Demit crats to lor the great battle thb fall There is no use whatever in all Democrat sulking about BcckhamV nomination Many of us thought he wax not an strong as tome other man might be but the way to cure that de fect is bv turning in and giving him hear IIIPllllri Let the dead past bury its dead and white admitting that all of us have made mistakes come on and huM up the hands in lila ellbrts to win This is not the time for discussion but action Uov Beckham was most clearly the choice of the DemwratB of the Slate aud there is absolutely no reason whatever for any man to hold hack in the approaching campaign No lairer con vention was ever heM in Kentucky than was the Lexington convention It wits a model for all other convention to follow in its absence of rancor tmd its fairness of action It has taken the other wad and turned its back on the Music Hall convention methods and giving tli people evidence of what can lie done when a great party is upon behavior We wish especially to urge those who like ourselves did not sup port the ticket last year to fall into line now and show that we appreciate the great change that lizoi mme to party methods Miice the Mimic Hall convert tion divided the party Absolutely no reason exists for bolting thu nomination of Mr Beckhara He was most clearly the choice of the party Ho isa clean young man of unblemished privnt character His ollicinl acts while in of fie have been both wise and Demo cratic He iota thus far shown a willingness to listen to advice that atigiires well for his political future and proves that the affairs of the State may he safely entrusted to him It is most clearly the imperative duty of nil Dem ocrats to fall into line dress ranks and never stop charging till November victory crown tho struggle paperbuyingthe negro vote was solid fur McKinley n negro uffice holder saul lamina position to know whereof I speak when I say that Mr Bryan will poll a larger nogro vote than ever was polled by a Democratic candidate for President Mr Bryan will poll a splendid negro vote in Indiana Illinois Ohio and Vest Virginia Thesn are States where the negro vote is a factor anti where getInSowof the colored vote Man has not long to live to find that his lest friend will sell him for a dollar TAKECARE of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves Large things are but an aggregation of small things If we take care of the small things we are in effect taldngtare of things which the small things combine to make That is the philosophy of the old financial proverb its application is as as life Take care of what you eat when you eat and how you eat and your stomach will take care of itself lint who takes care of such trivial things That is reoptehavethat day comes there is no aid so effeo tire in undoing the results of care lessnsss as Dr 1ierces Golden Medical Discovery It strengthens the stomach andrestores the organs of digestion and nutrition to a condition of ac tint It cures biliousness heartburn flatulence indigestion palpitation diz1 ziness cold extremities a score of synmptowsorgansIf sick you can consult Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y by letter free of charge Each letter is treated as sacredly confidential and an answer is promptly seat ia a plain envelope with out printing or advertising up m Itwas troubled witllery frequent headaches ritesMLDural eo Texas My bowels were continually0Itt twantyfourruudownthat DrPiertsGntJngtau the dutlC attcndlltf public Khool life and contracted to to I most heartily a4vuie those gaffering with indirection and Its attendant evils to gite treat medidaeji loir trial Use only Dr Pl aseut PelI U with Golden Medical Dbcevvry wlwm laxative it eededi j LAND STOCK AND CROP At Lancaster Monday cattle soil at 27 cents to 4 cents 80 to 120 sheep 3 25 to to Nelson P Gay bought of J S Bogle of Montgomery county 180 twoyear old cattle at 41 cents They will aver 1050 pounds ud are considered the butt buiuh of cattle In that county will be delivered October 15 Viticlifbter Democrat B fl Fox of Danville bought 17 head of work inulfcn III Bomwreut last Moiitlav For one pxlr he paid 250 fur two pllirlllr 15haiid ones he paid I87S0 pair of mares well known the property of Geo Tate sold for 200 SulUtre Howe lonrnal The goiernment crop bulletin fut Kentucky for the week ending Wed IjpdIlTSllldkIll the VesternSectmon such in localities In the entral Sect ion rain fall was light and everything is suffering severelyfrom drouth In the Eastern Section and In the greater portion of time Central Section icood rains have fallen and growing crops are doing very well Some localities In the Northern portion of tho Central Section and in the Eastern Section complain of too much rain In the Western Section corn has been severely injured by drouth The early corn was too far advanced to suffer mnch but thin lute corn is in bad condition in the Central and Eastern Sections corn is generally in very good condition In some localities it has been blown dpwu by high winds during thulul nIOrlDli Tobacco is In very bad condition in the Western Section but generally very good in the Central and Eastern Sections Considerable has been cut fUll housed and the work of cutting is progressing well There is quite n tendency to premature ripening Pastures are failing in Western Section and in some portions of the Central Section but are very good in the Northern and Eastern por tions of the State Plowing fur winter hiss been stopped generally br the ex cesaive heat but farm work Is fairly well up A sight of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Machine Me when the doctors said she could not live till morningwrltes frs SHLincolnwlio attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from pneumonia but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying itTiad more than once saved her life and bad cured her of Consump tion After three small doses she slept easily all nightand Its further use completely cured her This marvel oils medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store 1 WHY SHE DIDNT A young woman was suing her ex sweetheart for breach of promise and the lawyers wero as usual making all sorts of Inquistivo inquiries You say remarked ono that the defendant frequently sat very close to you Yes sir was tho reply with a hectic flushHow clone Close enough sos one nhoerwasall the Kittin room we needed And you say he put his arm around yon No I didnt What didyou say then I said ho put both arms around me Then what He hugged me Very hard Yeshie did so hard that I come pur tv near hollerin right out Why didntyou holler Cause Thats no pnaofl Be explicit please Because whv Cause I was arlCrpd hed stop The Court fell off the bench Ex A gentleman recently cured of 18 pepsia gave the appropriat rendering of Burns famous blessing Some have meat and cannot eat and some have none that want it but w havo meat and we can eat Kodo Dyspepsia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat It instantly relieves and radically curei indigestion and nil stomach disorders Perry Thomas DISGUSTED WITH MEN A y unl man who hat tried ttv months of soldier life writes home ti tell how he misses the society of wo men Fellow citizens if you want to appreciate a woman pet away from her You dont know what the Creator did when he performed tile first surgical operation on Adam If 3ou want Ie know what a grand glorious and sugarcoated tIling a woman is just join tin army as I did See nothing but meD from morning till night Join tie arlD and loaf with men eat with men tall with men help carry mUll walk ovei men hoot men succormen see men men men and nothing hut men 1m in n perpetual atmosphere of profanity at the end of three weeks you would hi enamored with the mummy ofiL Egrptain ervant girl and give her ni electrical kiss that would burn 3001 years of dried hHe into flushes and yel vety aulmatioiiExA tilnmlrr Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnjci Salve the best in the world will kill thiepainaud promptly heal It Curei Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skirt Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cts box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry t Thomas Druggist 1 PULLINS COW D C Pulling lies a cow that will ea anything iii the shape of a rag or piecE of paper that she can get to She will quit eating corn any time if she can ge a newspaper Dave concluded he woul try her and brought out a dozen o more of newspapers and gave them te her one at a time She devoured then as fast as he c uld hand them to hem until she got to the last one Sin would roll it around in her mouth am then spit it out Dave saul Dro your old soul I have got you full at last nave U and gave it to her again bu she wouldnt eat It He looked at tin paper and saw it wax the Interior Jour nal and it was so full of pure democracy mid grit that she ionld not chew it Paiut Lick Cor Central Ilecord circulatorTim dealer who soils you a dangerous counterfeit of DeAVitts Witch Uaawl oaive risks Your life to make a little larger profit You cannot trust him De Witts is the only genuine and origi nal Witch Hazel Salve n well known cure for piles and all skin diseases See that your dealer gives vou DeWUts Perry Thomas NOTE silkisMiss Dixie Hood la getting alou very nicely with her school at this place Mr Louis Johnson of Speedwell spent last Thursday with Mr David K Ellison wellknowna class In vocal music at Pilot Knob Miee Ocy B Ellison delightfully en peofJltutIternot hotter hotleMl Is it hot fOrytiu This Is the moet fain iliar question of the day although tile aircOOfrTlH colored folks protra teltweetrilg lit Jfew liberty eeems to lie lie center MkioaooJigiOQftl1flifroojsq1EberyldT bppy T PANOLA J L31rs Irvine Owens bus been quite ill with malarial fever for some div Mr Gsa W Jones is in alowstate of health with a complication of troubles lungs involved On Thursday night last lightning struck the resideiire uf lr Silas John won teaiing oil the weather boarding from the kitchen ga fe timidly wreck lint tIn Wove flue tearing open two joints of iiie lsidjs ther breaks A pot of taurus wits knocked oirthestove and the Doctor declares that he was in the room In a few minutes afterwards and the beaus wore gonefrom tl epot hid it riot make you feel uneasy Hsken a listener What said tho Doctor about the beans To TILt ClimaxtHARRIMAN TENS 27 The 8th session of the American Ini verslty of Harriman will opon Septem ber 4tri 1000 The faculityis perhaps the best in the history of the instutibn the Board of Control exercised the most care in selecting men and women of scholarship andexperience for the various departments V The revival services which have been conducted m this city for the wo weeks by Revs BatemanoKnoxviiie- and Aldred of Nashville haveclosed The work has been fairly successful A great many of our citizens have been pearl hunting in the Clinqhjriyer for the past week T A Christmas Esq has been the lucky poe sO far He found a twothird button pearl of the most perfect color which weighs 42 grains a value of SI 5 per grain or 030 He took another one from the Clinch worth about 8150 Mr Christmas will leave in h few days for New York for the purpose of selling his pearls At Clinch Tone a large shipment of pearls was made toParis The new machinery purchased in Manchester England for the cotton mill here has arrived aud is put in place as rapidly as possible The mill will soon bo operated in full force1 as several largo orders have been re calved One was from Englandfor 100 000 pounds of thread On Thursday 23rd instat her home at the corner of Morgan and Sewanee streets Mrs Gabrilla Thomson cole hrated her 67th birthday Ouly a few invited guests were present A neat dinner was prepared and the partici pants expressed themselves as haying spent the day with considerable en joyment Mr and Mrs Daniel Denney have returned from an extended trip through Europe While abroad they spent some time at the Paris lion They report a pleasant trip and relate many interesting incidents in connection with their travels J E llodes of this city general manager of the Tennessee Central an nounces that the grade between Harri man and Monterey will bo complete by September 15 as per contract and trains will soon be running daily be tween those points L M Ford Esq of Glen Mary was in the city this week looking for miners to work in the coal mines at that place J J NEWTOKT For burns injuries piles and skin di seascs use De ViltV Witch Hazel Salve It is the original Counterfeits may be offered Use only DeWitts Perry ik Thomas It is n shame and disgrace and an Outrage on the people these were the words uttered by Caleb Powers when he heard of Wm Goebels death they are the words which Gov Brown said could not come from the lips of n guilty man Yet look at the case of lain the young man who killed Lentz In Indiana he cut ltisthroattrom ear to ear while his companion held him the next day he went with hie sweetheart to see the lead man and go big into the room where he turned down the sheet that covered the gap ing wound in his throat and gazing un moved on the horrible work of his own hands exclaimed Tim man that did that ought to be lynched Hail Gov Brown been defending Gains he would have used that utterance to plead hit innocence Danville News The last week Kalamazoo Michigan had a plague of grasshoppers that smothered out the and compelled the closing of business houses at times A train was brought- to a standstill bv running into a swami of them the olffrolll theirbodies greaf irgjthe tracks so that the wheels would ngrnsshopper PUTNAM FADELESu DYES do not spot streak or give youl goods an unevenly dyed appearence Sold by C L Searcy Waco Tfcoinas S Adams Panolo Ky sp5lrc ExebangI f seriously Two members appeared iii the objectionable garment hut wen tossed around until their shirt waists were rags and then thrown out of tin hougo with the advise to appear prop erly clothed GeorgWilliamsmobile HI found it impractical on aiv could of frightening horses on thr highway During the month in whirl he used the conveyance although hi exercised the greatest caution with tho vehicle rather than endanger his neighbors he disposed ol it Automobiles are now being bull with dummy hows attached to them tc overcome the dilDcnlty mentioned Tin machinnry Is located on the inside the artificial horse tThem nfe no hotter pills made thru DeWitts Little Early Risers Always nrnmpt and certain Perry and Thomar Lord Roberts nftnr reciting time fart t that many have broken the nnih it mairiinin neutrality anti time leuienc extended to the burghers is not apprn t elated warns all who brpnl OHihi in the future thntihey will be punisnoi r by death imprisonment and fine H declares that alt Imrgfiers In district occupied by time British except thosi who take the oath will be ell ni prironors of war and transported and that buildings and farirjs where tin enemy or his scouts are harbored wil bo liable to be razed A man iu Pratt Kan was convicted of hHiinp liquor without a license and- sentenced to Jail The Sheriff how aver pTinittcd the prisoner to remain with his family most of the time and did not look him up At the expiration of prisonerUo ahlagitigthiat krepSiteJlnrk Hanmvs vews on the rough riiiir liiiinw would probntily furnish interesting roadii to a nniiibnr fir citlzina It is siipoileil however publIhviews would etond a large clmtiffi if Iwnjr exelndort from the mallsII1dinnapolis Press Ted the Torriblo declares that tin Nlv1Iwas years itrue Four years IIjrl It did nt Imve the harpies of f tit p iAlism nilitarlnm and th trusts hovering above ItKansas City Times Mr VPIgwajc Did the ner carpet ar riVf allriht tntnettThat lets me out Mrs WigwsgWbat in tho worjd are you alout Mr VigwagVItv didnt you say it came in tacked Philadelphia Rcc ord oinpelciit judges haye Klmatcd the ituisiber ofulcer cIftlH by sportaen JaMaio ill mneseqQ ttl IQQo lhe Tool somHitmf 0o4 s the beet of a wl e U1n in it horse trwkt Im POld bells can be mane as new bat not 8o WWI old bellea rAdeteoti relays there Is more craft upon landtlmn upon thesvater SUPREME i3 uokuu ORTIIiGowca Oxfoyd- Ties which are the acme of womans sijeking in If rlit cool and easy foot- weAr Unenjoyed pleasures am not mjl so those who lm o yet to purchase a pair of our Oxfords are unaware of time seUim posed discomfort which they endure with more or4lesspatieucu lrHeres caus for Shoe rellec tlon Ii pl It 11 J150 Oxfords for 1 00 225 I 75 3 00 2 25 FREEMAN BROS Main tppp Court Tlouee You Want The Truth AND YOU GET IT IN TUE TwiceaWeek CourierJonraal DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS tSatnrdayS COURIERJOURNALIsall other papers It prints more Teal news storiesthanSAmplecopiesCOURIERJOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY ArrangementI Week CourierJournal both for one year for 125 Thl Is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office NOTICE We would call your especial attention to the WALCP APE stock iAND DE RATIVE DB INZ Jurt received are all nev Iud of the choicest design and we invite yon to call at QuI Drug Store on Main street and inspect sam before buying elsewhere We have Mr W LLEEDS connected with ns who will furnish estimates on all work and decorate your rooms In the latest style and a 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 Stake pleasure in showing you our goods wJietlieiy9u buy or not PERRY THOMAS tuoctuontTo a wane 213 slaIn Street Richmond ICy PHONE NO 71 Janl7t I CIRCULATING WASH BOILER 11 PAT ALLOWED MARCH 91 I iSOTTOM SHOWING COILED COi PE7 STEAM PIPES fl1prnatm svsof clothes a i till iLlil U hMnrlilne Savei Ibreefuartbj oitje Uliur Sriii fur circular Jrirfi all Tin 300Cfijifr ISattom fiOO rtO0 Vpoi rrrlpt of above rke sill cia litc r ii tiurj of nboro kind r3tig Vfish BQII r CO Sc4 Vino St Cincinnati OhIo 4 WE GUARANTEEDr Sjrui 4cpSUi to cure JUlY caw Constipat indigestion SIck Headache or Stomocl Trouble whsntkez according to dircctiono w rft W CAt crLL- VJ rites JdIICtwoofli1lotk IOta flit MtIiWMI Ueikut to l p1IR ta tai abs lPftStHlt1 cpOyJt1- oLasilii 2iIU1an- t = I ioac 4rI PLEASE nqcfennHt 1t4TRY a j 1 CANDY CATHARTIC JOe 25c SOc FrSale1 j 175 Acres of Land 5 miles SoutTi of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms barn and other- jmildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in state of cultivation ihitircli and school houses con reasonablerosA J HOUSE jnch4tf White Hall Ky NED11 r lrE Water and e Light See J M lilFFE ami have him to put you In a flrbtchiss sanitary job ol Ilumbine in your residence Alan have him to furnish you a High Grade Elevator Cup Fninp Keeps on hands all kinds of Supplies Pipes and Valves CIIIUldeUers every description of Iron Pumps Estimates rn withPlumbinJWind Mills Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box t 73 I have 20000 feet of the Best Quail ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices iu y23m iRemembere That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N Depot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY 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 Fsi L60qq JanJlti WHY BUY pay middlemen fronTand a good big profit when you can buy direct from a manufacturer and jobber at wholesale prices We manu facture everything in the paint line We buy in large quanti ties in order to get jobbers prices thereby enabling us to sell you for less money than those who buy in small quantities without any 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 jnthc Paint and Wall Paper Business we belive qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of tile large cities fieo IB Wiilging Wall Paper Window shades Picture Frames Paints Oil- sGlassc FAIR VIE- WSEMINARY A ROME SCHOOL FOB GIRLS 4+++ School Year Itociaa September IStlii 1000 to Continue Forty Weeks Affords allthe comforts and advnnta gee of homo life witi the ortuuJ3Ii of obtaining ahhIeriileducatioim Ladles of culture and reflnementarq chOMtii Uwehem and their inter course with tho pupils Out of school In of great benefit + 4 + + I Pull Course of English Iri ilie fiHncta Lmln Freucli Gerhian Higher MatlwHiatlci Eli cntioir Physical Culture Musk Art ladY1tteletpeclalytvi tatsgltintill dppsrtmeiu4s ita e sthuI Fqi ierani furtrwr InforuwiJon i1dfiisw QitI U D jwsaIi4TroLq BOVED- II1fdtlu r Ift AIL DRUGGISTS 0 i O SUMMER Q 1ILDF3 i3 a S1i3 t 1q jj- i ljwi 06 J eE- 1 J =ee iJiiaf a I LtflI- gwi eoi E- I9 Ge e U- e I f 8mwTe wish to announcc toour JJ- fII friends nnd custon ers that otti line is conl1lete forJi- 3 jI l PUMMRa iri fIrU fL- rn 1m I1E1m rtJFriJBfi1 j Factory prices have tldVL1lCCdon iJ4 Balmost everything hut we bought l E our goods early and utiii offer inl8 uidlijrnI l El of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 351I EJto 75c Other things correspond I 9 ingly CHEAP l IIiJ FJEverything dCSlrCIIll under fl ii i3 taking line always kept in stock Ifi I = == w SeOLIiIIAWS l iiF3succissog TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDIIAM 1m Night136iEj= =J 8m 1m 8 3 8 ill rn m A BOON TO MANKINDIlL DftTABLER BUCKEV PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cur of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CliftES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F WLURD Sola Proprietor 310 Mb Mall Street ST LOUIS 610 For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists i101 reX XXIeX 1 TnB otthr Mtu Inv tI1IBntCDIIi OF LEXINGTON KY Beizt3tjcLcil I jf Wcpaywhileyouljvc Jo J 1t They pay when you a aWHCHDO YOU ktr4 9J1 ril ITH BO tvM 7V NSiCiTARy I XINf TON KY xas AT MILLION LOcaIAgentRlckmondKy fA 4 0 IV V v rcIMAX PRINTING qot J PiBL1SHE JOEPRINTERf Ky S 1 cu fL