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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pW5 vfrrt THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. oitcximiIE S5. :i : r ?: g SOU"VElTIB EIDITIOT, ing, $60; mjlliners, $35; planning and saw mill hands $35; stone cutters, $00; tailors, $60; teachers in schools $35 to $75. accordintr to crade: printers lust whatever they can get, too many boys trying to learn the trade is what cuts the printers wages down, so they have to work for whatever they can get or starve. HON. P. II. SULLIVAN. Perhaps one of the youngest, and one of the most distinguished young men in the blue grass regions of Kentucky is our able young County Judge. Hon. P. H. Sullivan. He has a brilliant record for a young man as well as tho confidence and esteem of all who knows and associate with him. He was adHEALTH AND SOCIETY. mitted to the bar about eighteen years The healthfulness of our climate is ago, shortly after he was appointed city not surprising, it is warm, yet temper attorney, which position he has filled ed and toned by pleasant breezes ever blowing. It is the South, yet dry and as free from malaria than any other county in the State. As to society, Madison will compare withanycounty in the world, as we believe a greater portion of our people belong to some Christian church than can be found in other counties. Iu fact Madison is filled up with an intelligent class of people, who do her credit by proving themselves truo Kentuckians. TO IIOMESEEKERS. JTXZE-f"- , 1GGS FeJ - Print specia: II. H. COLYER. One of tho best known ami most popular men in Madison county, is the distinguished gentleman whose name heads this sketch, and who was elected in November to that position of trust which he now-- holds under the title of Sheriff of Madison county. WhH the people of our county elected this worthy gentleman, they se)eetda man who is courteous by nature ami owe of the moat pleasant of geHtkR. He fe a brave and fearless officer and will in IV, iiih Mil. HOW IT HAS rnOWS TO GREAT In The Heart of The Blue Grass With Every tiling to Make it Prosperous The Home of the Homeless and The Haven of the Capitalist Who Wants to Make a Safe and Certain ' Investment. IUse up? thou fairest County, fairest Madison, '. J Shine oat in all thy beauty on the mound, Where now the feet of Eron horses sound As fromlheTerd'ant flelds'they speed at noon. for with honor for eighteen years. During nearly every variety grown; and in the unhesitatingly proclaims Gay, bright and smiling gems! Thou soon healthfulness, picturesqueness and the last campaign at the solicitation Shalt overshadow by thy wondrous bound, edges of the county are quite a number The foremost of counties round. of large saw mills, which cut the tim- inviting qualities of her people and of his friends he entered the, field as a H:ch stores of wealth forms thy spendid boon. ber into lumber. The timber business their characters, it cannot be surpassed candidate for county judce, and was And as the home of Dante, Angelo, in the universe. Its scenery is grand, elected by a handsome majority. is quite an industry in this section. lit lolty marble dome ann polacchigh, its piodtictivenesM marvelous, its cli And richly carved gates, whose gorgeous glow. Judge Sullivan was born in Madison WHEAT. Attracts and holds the enraptured travelers' mate the most genial. Much (if it is county 32 years ngo. He was educated MadUou bus peculiar advantages magnificently watered and lying in eye. Is now the glory of Italy over her neighbor competitors in wheat gently undulating sweeps of prairie and with honors at the Central University city and read law with his So thou art of Kentucky destined to be. raisin. It is sown in the fall and har- wooded heights. It is the paradise of of this Hon. J. A Sullivan, one of KenQueen of the blue grass I greet thee. brother, vested from the middle of May to the the agriculturist as well as the stockC. IlCAUBEGAUD POLAND. tucky's most prominent attorney?. Madison county offers greater inducements to labor and capital than any other county in Kentucky. To every good citizen of every nationality, regardless of his political or religious P distance, is wide of the mark. All views; Madison extends a welcome as over the county are scattered beautiful broad as her vast domain and as free as groves of timber and forests embracing the winds that sweep over it. Madison that, A splendid county is this broad and beautiful, and fruitful Madison, with i Its matchle.s? laiidcap, clear rapid tt reams, generous soils, nutritious grasses, magnificent forests, genial stately liomesaud grand agricultural possibilities. A region that embraces more of the elements of cheap, independent and enjoyable human liv- ' ing, and offers more to the investor and enterprising settler than any other county on tin; American cone, to-da- y the first of July. The flour or natural product can thus be delivered in Northern cities, by rail direct several weeks earlier than flour from the Western and Northern States. Its weight is equal to any grown anywhere. OATS. Oats are prolific and give an average yield in Madison of forty to fifty bushels to the acre, though eighty bushels is not an uncommon yield, while one hundred bushels have often been produced. The land productive of this tinent. The early history of Madison county grain is not confined to any part of the is filled with matters of suptcmu inter- county, but does equally as well in all est to all who love to trace the heroic sections. sitter. deed of trreat men. and It is a matter which when consideied Madisou produces more wool than any in its true light us bearing upon the other county in t lie State.as t bollocks are present state of alLiilM in tliis iiiaguili-ceu- t incieasiug at the rate of 70 per cent., county, is of the fiist importance, not including the importations, and as g qualities are being intli.it the spirits who Mibdiud and civil- the ized this territory should not be lobt creased by the introduction of the best Mgiit of nor lightly parsed by in any impoiled varieties, there is 110 doubt work which attempts to do justice to that MndNnii will soon contain more and niuiv u ol than :iii o the futility. Atiitc .ioiii ihe citiieniol county in thcta e,nd by far gi cuter events which mules the elsew.u-repr.dits than arc roul f Tne uf tliiisccti !. . . .iri-- . 1:1 . 1l ..i.f. .1 l t s nop is twenl) li cApetiM id a miiiiii u .... .in.iciii- - pur cent !..-- in i.diuii, than in most clia::u: in ing- the Mime w ich counties, and the cn into i..e .ith licrc the price lor th j satiik; this eoll-l- y. ul At the enriy perijd when first w!iite sheep letd out the entile year, set ! liii this Li. id. tho, were iiu 11. ore care in winter than in ie y iiuii In I, i.ii., by tliu :illilieiiieit:h of ami the cost f k e,nli is d Hieep laisin. is in.o of out paj nig cum iicrcl.il l.uereouio.lliiiiUingloilbt-li".- winch sue ex-- linlusiiics. ul the it- - i rvw.i.-d..ideil, tlil te uotll-- bung lli-liolll IIOKTItTI.TTKAl. trailing with tne saapu. w,,o were I'eais, peaches, apples, pitting, grapes h.i tl to possess largo shares of lichee, and nearly all varieties of filths thrive gthered from the interior of this rc-- g surprisingly well, especially when propsurrounding, erly cared for. The fruits produced i and the mountains 01 tlie intrinsic woith of wiiich they here, especially the grape and the pear, were supposed to tie almost entirely are so exceptional iu flavor that the ignorant. knowledge of them creates an immediThe country was but sparsely settled ate demand. Strawberries, dewberrits and filled with native savages and out- blackberries grow finely, and wbeie laws capable of doing anything barba-noti- their cultivation and sale are made a It was just then when men of business enormous profits are realized. iron nerve and force were needed, that PRODUCTS OF THE S II.. the bold and intrepid Daniel Uoone Madison produces a greater variety of and bis btudy band of pioneers and pa triots cast their lots in their midst. The crops than any other known county. Its enemy was badly met, and this unique chief products arc wheat, corn, oats, ctiaracter brave and true, with his barley, rye, blue grass, tobacco, etc., baud full of brave spirits as dating sis and vegetables of all kinds, included himself established themselves and set- Irish aud sweet potatoes, grow to perfection in any oart of the county. It tled here in Madisju county. where wheat, Madison county is located almost in is one of the only counties of the blue grass section of corn, tobacco and othersuiall grains the center Kentucky, and is one of the wealthiest and grasses of all kinds, peaches, pears, all grow-tand most progressive counties in the plums, grapes and other fruits perfection on the same lands. State. STOCK KAIS1XO. soil.. Iu raising stock, Madison is withcounty 13 s claiui to greater Madison variety and richness of soil than any out a rival. Fine standard aud thorough-hie- d harness and saddle horses, handother county in Ivy. Tne black waxey, sandy, black pebbly, hog wallow, some draft horses, mules, cattle, sheep, black sandy, red sandy, sandy loam, lings and other stock are raised with litand aliuvial soils are each to be found. tle trouble and at email expense, round upon About the best evidence of the richness and fertil.tv of these various boils that native grasses. The best beef in the tun be offered is the fact that commercial world is taken fat from the blue grass fijrtiliz :rs, now so common in rorne sec- pastures of Madison county Cattle and tions and constituting as much a fixed sheep are considered more profitable charge on the agricultural ititeiests of than horses and mules, on account of t.iose sections, as the seed necessary to the low prices of good horses for the plant the ground, are not used at all in past few years, although the prospects MadisMi. Another fact worthy of men-ti- n for uood profits iu horses and mules are in this connection is that there are picking up fast. COST OF LIVING RENTS, WAGES, ETC. thousands of acres of land in cultivation in this county that have been culof living in Madison is about The cost tivated continuously for more than one the same as the other counties iu the hundred years, which now yield as State. The usual term of renting farm much per acre as they did when first lauds prevails here. The average planted. wages per month are: linkers, $40; $00; blacksmiths, $40; TIMIIEK OEOWTII. The area of timber in Madison county brick masons, $75; cabinet makers, $00; carpenters, $65; is much greater than is generally sup- carriage makers, $05; not familiar with Day laborers in general work $20 to $30; posed to be. by persons $30; salesmen in stores, the county. I5y many people outside $50; bar keepers $00; farm bands with of the county it Is regarded as not much $5 to $49; harness of a timber section, but this like many board, $15; cooks. opinions of the county formed at makers, $00; Jewelers, $75; millers, flour other in wool-bearin- In-- r I ire-giou- nd z-- . Some of it still lies in Virgin Judge Sullivan has been married three purity, as it came from the hand of the times, his first wife was Miss Mattie Creator, awaiting the energy of the bus baudman, when it will generously respond to all human wants and abundantly reward all who toil. Madison wants emmtnigration there can be no question about that and the kind of emigrants Madison wants are men who will produce something; men who will add to the intrinsic value of the land by cultivating and improving it; men who will get up early in the morning aud work six days in the week; aud who will not think it too much trouble to milk a cow, that they may have cream for their coffee; men who will not be content to merely scratch the ground and make a bare ' living, but who will plow deep and cultivate the land as the rich and producpi tive soil of Madison should be cultiva ted. Madison wants these men to bring with them money enough to buy land, fence it ami cultivate it. Madison wants any number of strung able bodied men who can plow, and uig, and suw, aim leap; men wno are willing to accept man. turnpikes by letting same out in sec applicant. Upon same being done the tions to the lowest and most responsi- county will as heretofore take charge ble bidder at so much per rod, will in- of said road aud maintain it. Several sure us better pikes than we formerly thousands dollars per year is again had. The dirt road system which had saved the county. At the time this been iu operation prior lo January, order was entered there wa"s taken off 1S9S, was inefficient and was changed tho docket applications for roads, which by his influence. Formerly a road if granted would have cost the county overseer was appointed from each $3,000. Under the statute and system formvoting precinct in tho county and the erly existing iu this county, there many roads of each precinct were worked under his direction. There was no one cross road saloons which sold all kinds to see that he had this work properly of vile liquors in any quanity and disclone and tho roads were worked in tilleries which sold by the quart. Judge the fall of the year instead of thespring, Sullivan seeing the damage to the consequently, tho part of the roads county in these joints, recently issued which were newly worked were in the an order requiring the applicant for worst condition during the winter, licenge to sell liquor to comply with when travel was greatest. The road the law and prove in every particular overseers would also appear before' lhe,r rlSnt to sen liquor in tne respec-th- o Court of Claims with long accounts tive neighborhoods. They being out the work that they had able to show as the law required, that done during the year, which claims, no the sale of liquor was of any benefit member ot that court knew any- to the community in which they operthing about personally. That is, ated, were refused license to sell. This whether they were just or not. Again, move has prove a wibe one, and has the road oerseers were often selected put an end to the disturbing of the on account of politics or other influence peace, free fights and murders comand in many precincts tho roads were mitted at these places, and it is right not much better worked, than when and just, for there was no police prothe hands were warned in as free labor- tection oflbrded the neighborhood. ers. The average cost per year of the This act has taken the control of preold system was $10,000. Under the cincts away from a lot of rowdy's and present system introduced by Judge toughs aud placed them in charge of Sullivan, tho roads have been taken good responsible citizens. There is out of politics and placed on a business ow no neighborhood in Madison basis and the cost is about one half of county where a school cannot be con ducted iu safety or where a meeting what it formerly was. If in the future the people do not would be disturbed with impunity. have goods road it will bo their fault. Judge Sull'van has also refused to in In theis connection there has been in- future, grant guards to murders prior troduced in this county, road machin- to their examining trial. The old nay ery of the improved order which is so was altogether in bad taste and looked successfully used in tho east. One of as though we had no justice and these machines can do as much seemed to belittle the crime of murder. way of grading Now the murderer cannot walk around work in the and ditching a road in a day as sixty with guards working up evidence, , Richmond and was educated in the common schools. He is a courteous, cntert lining gentleman, well posted in politics and an able official. He was first elected as circuit court clerk in 1S93, and at the last election was reelected by a pleasing majority for six years. Mr. Thorpe is very popular with all who know him, and is a gentleman of fine characteristics and excellent qualities. His friends are always made to feel at home and patrons of his oflite are at all times treated in a courteous manner. He is one of those men who have a pleasant word for his acquaintances all the time. To known him is to take and admiro him. He has the confidence and respect of the people of Madison county aud has brilliant prospects for a young man. Success to you Mr. Thorpe is the wish of the 1l?4:ftrEsH. LA ' .r vm, &&m& ' IW 'WiSKYJEOMMHifll ' WW9 &&mtz: &m&2: i the next four vears add new to his reputation that wiil be ia accord with all principles. Mr. Colyer is one of Madison coanty's representative farmers and has a handsome farm not far from Richmond, which is a credit to him from the fact Climax. THOMAS O. CURRY. The subject of our sketch was born in Madison county, near Richmond, forty-fiv- e j ears ago. He spent his boyhood days on a farm, and has since his fa?- - f early youth taken active part in politics. He is a true blue Democrat who believes in free silver from the heart-H-e has for many years been as active worker for his party, and when the campaign opened up last year he was induced by his friends to enter the field and run for the position of Count Assessor. He followed their w ishes and eutered the race, and after a hard fought battle he landed the plum, and is today one of Madison county's pleasant officials. Mr. Curry owns and works a splendid that ' TV I " ... Jp50 8 r w 1 ySM$ olc-u.i.ll- iy i..i-i.i- v ! - e. rtq-in- and who aieneithci aili.itiiel iiur iiiiani tu labor 011 a farm, .line a team 01 work 011 a stck urshet p farm; men nlm will live economical i fur a year or two, that they may do bet- iabiu wi'gcj-- , iik-z- i - 111 110:111-1- 1 t. I m capitalists men who eueruy and euterpiUe men with h lilon y to build manufacturing iudus-i- i , to run and develop the b j. ictourcis ot our suiruundiu: liiotiu ei ufiir a while. .Mailieoit wains io JOHN F. AVIIITE. Madison county's most effpopular officers, is our friend, Mr. John F. White, County Clerk of Madison county. He is a gentleman with whom it is a pleasure to meet and talk. He is a most capable officer, and very popular with his friends and constituents. John F. Whito was born in Madison r county, near Silver Creek, years ago, and he spent his boyhood days in Richmond principally. He was educated at Cetre College, in Danville, Ky., and at Lafayette College in Fasten, Pa. He has been an active politician for a number of years, and four years ago at the repeated solicitations of his friends he ran for Comity Clerk and was elected by a most pleasing majority. duHe entered the race for ring the last campaign and was reelected for four years. Mr. White by reason of his thorough knowledge of the duties attached to his ollice, and courteous treatment of his trictulsand those having business with him make an able and efficient officials and when the people of Madison countv elected this gentleman as County Clerk they made a wise selection and secured the services of a man who is true to his principles, promises and friends. Mr. White is a Democrat, and one who is for the best interests of the grand old party first, last and all the time. One of icient and forty-fou- farm near the city, and is very popular with all who know him. He is a sociable congenial spirit who makes friends w herever he goes. May you have much coutlnued success, Mr. Curry, is the wish of the Climw. ' I " m t?JoVTt '' 'J&i!$$& it is a success foil fars. lie was born in Knox county Ky., 45 yews ap, and has been a resideat of the caenty 23 years. He has never before soaght political honors and his friends approached him to run for Sheriff. He entered the field with the determination of being elected, and the results proved him a hard and earnest worker. He made the fur fly, and in his own quiet good humored way went along with and the result shows for itself that he was right in the line with the front of the band. Mr. Colyer e making a record that we are proud to se-- . lie has the confidence, the respect, esteem and good will ot all. He performs Ids duties in a capable fearless tmotaru-siv- e manner that wins him friends. He is personally a wholesunleil. genial gentleman with whom it is pleasure to assoc iate. k-s- saw-mill- s. 1 g-- cy tains. Madison wants the stockman, because he will raise .more cattle, horses, sheep, etc., and shipping these to foreign markets, he will bring back gold or the necessaries and luxuries that gold will buy. The emmigrantwho has money enough to buy a farm can obtain land as rich as any in the world at from $75 to $100 an arte. The natural conditions of success, alike for labor and capital, are here presented in a multiplicity of avenues. This is being done, and will doubtless, continue to be done, in an increasing ratio as theee splendid conditions become known to the world at large. The same and even for superior results, can be, and are now being returned by investments in Madison to the East, that she reaped in the past two or three decades in furnishing capital with which to develop tho West. Madison, the great county of Kentucky, with all her marvelous advantages, extends her greetings to the world, aud extends to labor and capital an invitation to visit her and see her in all the glorious beauty. Queen of the Blue Grass counties of that grand old State Kentucky. Quit County Government. ELL1ST0N MILL COMPANY. jgg?'---j,?"f?- - .. :.-- COURT HOTJSS. Peyton, one of the most beautiful and accomplished women in Kentucky. She posessed great qualities of mind and heatt, and the influence she exerted over her young husband's life can be seen in the splendid work he is doing in placing our county on a higher moral plan than ever before. She 'being dead yet speaketh." The second wife was Dora Flanney, of Plate Citv, Missouri, and his present wife was Miss Mary White. of Madison, whose life strengthens him in the performance of Judge Sullivan has, since his early youth, been an active politician and a recognized leader in the Democratic party. He is a learned and courteous gentleman and makes a inont able and capable presiding officer of our County Court He has many of the qualities thnt are necessary for a man in his tosition, this Tilth his able knowledge of law and his dignified bearing as well as his just way of handling the many complicated cases that come before him have won for him the Jrespect of the bar and the confidence of the people. He has tho brightest of prospects before him and a reputation that the voung generations might well follow and look to. It is with pleasure that 1 write of the success of young men, who achieve worth and prominence by their own efforts and hard work. Since his inception as county judge he has advanced the interests of our county with the support of the present administration in a most able manner. Among the improvements introduced by him that will save the county of Madison, thousands of dollars annually, is the establishing of the new turnpike and dirt road systems. The turnpikes of our county being free to all, and the adoption of the contract sya tern of maintaining and working the his duty. This well know water and steam mill has been fitted out with the latest book-keeper- s, dress-maker- s, I improved roller method for making flour, which is as white and pure as can be made. The French Burr is still used for making meal, which is second to no grade turned out in this State. A corn crusher is also run for the accom modation of their patrons. Another needed improvement, a wool carding machine has been attached to the mill. The individual memoers of this firm are Messrs W. R. Cleland ai,d David Chenault, two progressive gentlemen, who will see that nothing is left unfinished that will add to the conveniences of their patrons. The Filliston Mill Company is au important acquisition to our county, and the farmers should aid and encourage these enterprising and representative gentlemen. The fair dealing and business methods practiced, guaranteeing satisfaction at all times, will win for this company the patronage they so justly deserve fr5lHSik siy.r.( i aa &$ 'jam yjjumiix -- sfcr-ri- s r- r - r -- Since we have enlarged our stock and moved into our handsome new quarters on the corner of Second and Irvine Streets. Every month has seen an advance along the line we marked out ''Honest dealing with the public, the right goods at the right prices or money back" and we occupy the citadel of trade in Richmond. Our store has not been big in name only it has been big in achievements, its purchasing power enabling it to carry larger stocks and greater varieties of FURNITURE of all kinds and sell at lower prices than any other store in this section. We have too many rare bargains to quote in an advertisement, yet will quote a few leaders. to-da- y mtmw wms r wi? is uuitsiKis m& -- men, and do it much better. This same machine can be used in ditching the turnpikes, and has been used already on some of our dirt roads which have been placed in almost as good condition as race tracks. The roads being raised in the center and gently sloping on each side to a ditch, water is then kept off the road, and by having these roads worked between April and June, as they will be in the future the dirt will be packed down during the summer aud form a good solid soundation. Then our dirt roads will be in excellent condition. Each road will now be let out to responsible men residing thereon, who has to travel over it himself, he will necessarily keep said road in good condition and at a nominal cost to the county. Thus insuring us good roads and saving the county thousands of dollars annually. Another expensive item will begot ten rid of through Judge Sullivan and our splendid county attorney, on January 1,1898. The county will call in the Madison county Hailroad bonds which are now bearing 5 per cent and have them refunded at 4 per cent, thus saving the county thousands of dollars. Judge Sullivan hss also revised the system of opening new roads in Madison, formerly the county had to pay the cost of opening the new roads, which included the purchase of the land, building of fences etc. Applications for new roads were numerous and it seemed that many who wanted to sell land or build a fence wanted the county to bear tho expenses and as the county was and is In debt upto the constitutional limit on account of the purchase of turnpikes, tho Connty Judge entered an order that iu I be future no road should bo opened unless the cost for same was paid by the that will tend to help him, before his victim has been buried. In the future regardless of who commits the crime of murder, he will be placed in jail until the examining trial when he can prove if he was justified or not. These and many other nets that areof much value and will result in much good to our county have been success fully worked through the ideas and leadership of our esteemed County Judge, P. II. Sullivan. JAMES C. LACKEY. There is not an official in the county who is more efficient or capable iu the discharge of his duty than is ourfriond Mr. James C. Lackey, Madison county's popular Jailer. When the people elected Mr. Lackay, thoy elected a man who is a brav" and fearless official and one who will perform the duties at-- t iched to tho position in a most creditable manner. years old, he Mr. Lackey is forty-siwas born in Madison countv, where he has resided all his life. He has been a successful farmer for many years, and while an active worker in politics, he never sought an office before. He is a man who is popular with all whoknow him, of a pleasant disposition he has that faculty of making friends. He has been filling the position of Jailer since January lot, 189S, and his record has been that which will rellect credit upon S. II. THORPE. himself and the good people who elect In writing about the officials of our ed him. Mr. Lackey is an able politician and county, 1 take pleasure in speaking ot our popular Circuit Court Clerk, Mr. takes an active interest in all political S II. Thorpe, who is one of the most events. He is popular with the people pleasant and lepresentative of our and has a strong follow ing. He is well county officials. He is a Democrat from liked bv the officials of the county, as tho heart and has since he has been well as with his friends. honored with positions ot trust and! Mr. Lackey's record as jailer is a confidence won for himself a record credit to his party, his friends and to himself. As long as the grand old party that is indeed a credit to him. Mr. Thorpe is 34 years of ago. He elect such men, just so long will we be was born in this county, not far from proud ot them. ml HON. J. TEVIS COBB. Among these men who by their deeits and actions have gained the confidence and respect of the people of Madison county, is Mr. J. county attorney of Madion county. As a public man lie not only enjoys the confidence of the people, hut likewise their esteem. Couitto.is to one : and all, aoiiliug tape of ever description lie has made many friends. His ollii-in- l career needs no encoriuin from our pen. True to the trust implied 111 him he has f conducted tho affairs of his oUice that general commendation has hseii e.xpre ed. Mr. Cobbs acumen and business qualifications render him particularly adopted to the position. He takes gieat interest in his work, and gieseach detail close attention. Iu politics he basal ways been a Democrat and fought for the interests of his pirty. He is au active, earnpst and conscientious worker in all that he does, and stands high socially as a public otlicer. The ollice of county attorney is an important one and should ahvajs be filled by honorable and upright men. Madison county has such in J. Tcvis Cobb It is this class of men that the "Climax" delight to place before the people as an example for the American youth to follow. Practically a self made uian.i Mr. Cobb by dint of perseverance and thrift has placed has name among those who deserve recognition and such men we lnust attribute the growth and prosperity of our city. Mr. Cobb is a representative of our county, who has a pleasant word for his acquaintances at all times, of a congenial sociable disposition he has the high regard and respect of all who kuow him. Te'i-Cobb, re-.- N. B. TUKPIX. Some men achieve distinction early in life, while to others the lienors, and the plaudits come later. 2s . B. Tarpin, Magistrate of the Bichinoml District of Kentucky, belongs to the former class. His success in life is due to his own exertion and energy. He was born yearsago. and in Estill county .forty-fiv- e spent his bo hood days titere. AIont twenty years ago he moved to MaIim county, and has been an hotioied citizen ever since He has been honored with several political offices; wasuiem-be- r of City Council two terms, and was honored by the people in November last by being elected Magistrate for Uir district. He is prominent in necret order circles, ami is an Odd Fellow ot , His Mother's Instructions. high standing. He lws fitted every position in this order from the lowest to Grand, the highest, and is now and Past Chief Patriot, is Trustee of the Widow's and Orpnu's Fttnrf of tho lodge, and is District Deputy l!mnl Master. He is a menrbor of the Uniform Rank Knight of Pythias ami is one of Richmond's leading awl representative citizens. He is a member of the big contracting firm of Douglas Jk Pst x mother outside of camp dictated the following letter recently: "To the War Depaitment Gentlemen: My son, John, as you know, is in the army. He jined last week. When his first month's pay falls due, put $5 of it in a letter and send it to me. Take the balance and buy me the A fol-leri- n: 'Six balls of sock yarn. "Two calikcr frocks. "One barrel of flour wholesale price. :A simill pocket Bible, to write John's name in. "Please git these for me on Mondays, when the stores advertise bargains. I forgit the name of the comp'ny John's iu, but you can look it up, as you have plenty of time." Atlanta Constitution. Will Spain take advantage of Uncle Sam new bankrupt law or make an assignment? Turpiu. While a member of the City Conned it was considered nefessary for Richmond to hae a gra led scliool. When the question came up for discussion before the Council Mr. Turpiu took an active interest in the success of the movement. He drew and submitted plans for a High School Building w hk-were adopted, and he was appointed to superintend the erection of the thanks to him awl othe Richmond has the Caldwell Graded High School, one of ihe best graded schools in Kentucky, which Is a credit ta our town and our Council, and is an institution that our people areprmid of. Mr. Turpin is at enterprising citrzjli, who has worked hard to buikl up the reputation he now holds. The people of Madison county honor awd respect him. He is an officer of whom it gives us pleasure tomentfon. May your path in life be found in pleasant places. Mr. Turpin. h bnild-ingan- d to-da- y 1 I r - - . -- ""v iwmwMWta a.v. m till" YA-- h H H flPk. - " . T&kr - m r tr m. HANDSOME BUFFETS. FOLDING BEDS." CHINA CLOSETS. . ., m4n.t : SIDE BOARDS. CHAMBER SUITES. ROCKING CHAIRS. t UIIU UV JUfc bOMIUIUllJIIICUU - DINING TABLES. "WARDROBES. CENTER TABLES. -: F& 1 h ! 1 i v GQ 1 BIGGERSTAFFMSUQLDHAM. I i &mw& , - (Jjtnnsanu tsiinai uuiuis are iU.uridxx. OUR UNDERTAKING ,ltu, .... uianii ninrro in . v nitinf ..v....... ... ' ......w... rnn 1 DEPARTMENT gjm we are me Leauiiig x uroiiuru jjeaieraau'iunu cyou torget it. ..irntrnrn A....U.theunvininirrni uwua.vtown.riitaFunerals aretlconducted i,i ncin nhm ntdo;ia in if. ,U i.ino ......y, nira in ...... a.t.u vnn nriii tinri is most complete in and embalming n ...-...- 1 't bw wwi i . i 3 a-- i inobtnwive and prompt manner Our patrons wishes receive careful, attention'. Our stock of Caskets, -- 4 - f z . - v - r. : r ' .3ir -- !;..,...- ... - ' .'iL h&Isp ".-- - . - -- -' " ; " - &-- w II' KM m ffi w.. III :i ii i WHITE I & MAUFACTURERS OF THE FINEST - 1 CD., CALDWELL - HIGH SCHOOL, - ..: '(XIZ" -- - -- -- - Everybody Knovs !K cs '...9 ... The Splendid Public School That Has Placed Richmond In The Front Hank-O- f "" .. brq (St N3SV 21 ct w ww IBs iyjvy 1 ( "" I Proprietory IVIedicines on EARTH. KENTUCKY'S EDUCflTIOMl INSTITUTIONS fOR TiE MASSES We make the following ProprietorDruggists and Physicians in the Countiy : White's Headache Powders, 30 Envel- opes to each box, retails at 10c each, nice display box. White's Worm Powders. 3G Envelopes to each box, retails at 10c. each, nice display box. AVhite's Improve 1 Vermifuge. White's Cough Syrup. White's Diarrhtoi Cordial. Medicines and Preparations which are endorsed by the Leading Pharmacist's, Our Great Modem In Architecture, Complete In Equipment It Is MidSummer Clearance Sale r White's Eye Water, White's Cure for Grip and Cold. White's Toothache Drops White's Rheumatic Herb Liniment, White's Quick Relief. "White's Blood and Liver Pills. White's Southern Chill Cure. White's Favorite Herbs for Kidney and Liver Troubles. White's Chicken Cholera Cure. White's Kentucky Horse and Cattle Powders. White's Whisker Dye. Lyter's Joint Oil Liniment, L3"ter's Hot Drops. The Pride Of The City. IS NOW GOING ON. White's Restorative for Nervous ity and General Weakness, a line Strengthening Tonic. Debil- - WaasaSkty to InleoWiin tsALSO A FULL LINE OF FLAVORING EXTRACTS. if yon want the best GOODS nitidis in this lino, send us a poii., etc. ThN bank will handle all iutrusted to it carefully and satisfactorily to all customers. They do a general banking business, buy aiid sell foreign and domestic exchange, acONE OF KENTUCKY'S REPRE- cept deposits subject to check, etc The officers of this bank are SENTATIVE FINANCIAL and able financiers, who are INSTITUTIONS. thoroughly familiar with all the forms of Micccsfiil banking. They aro: J. fctOMe Walker, President. ABLY CONDUCTED AND WELL EQUIPPED John Ik ChenauU, Jt. E. Turlev, Cashier. FOR BANKING PURPOSES. V. H. Chenault, Teller. h. P. Kvaus, (jeneral bookkeeper. UAUTEIILY nEPOUT OF THE Stale Hank, and Trust Co . Richmond, k., at the directors are: thecio-eo- f bMnesson the 30th daj of June, J. Mone Walker, i:. E. Turley, John 11. Chenault, Baviu Chenault, E. D. RESOURCES. J. II. Powell, H. li. Hanger, J. A. Jjhbi ad discounts, less loans to J2C9.616 S3 ftullivan and John Jt. Gibson. Director Lean to Uirecters (officers not in1.556 65 cluded) THKIK TKIM Utl'AKTMKNT. 8,700 00 Loans to Officers 18,317 C8 Overdrafts, unsecured Thib department does a general trust Diteireta National Hauls 132.651 88 lur frH Mate Hanks and 1M 62 32.816 50 business, acting as executor of wills, BanVe- assignee, 7,000 00 administrator on real estate, BsbVihc Houeand Lot C.IS3 00 agent for the collection of rents or trans$13,798 T4 7,W3 00 10,827 74 acting of any busine?-- . of that nature, Currency 919 57 tMfcer Items carrko as Caeh 875 80 act, as guardian for infants, m.ike loans I'wrHtture and Fixtures 2,769 20 on approved real estate. Has modern Bxpenes Larf Quarter 100 00 Hevenwe Matnp burglar proof vaults, with safe deposit J369.7U9 97 Total boj.e-- ; boxes for rent etc. UABlUTiES. They oirer you safe and profitable $ 75,000 Ot Capital stock paid jn in cah and prompt and courteous 4,630 87 LiBdirxied proms 226,291 77 treatment. Vejiosits suljrt to check. One of the leading bank$18,55 01 Due National Hanks Due state Banks Hankers 3,387 26 21,985 30 ing houses of the Blue Grass section of 39,220 20 1M1 JJauk and Trust -- ,63s 83 Kentucky is the State Trust Fuu4 on hand Co , of Jtichmond, Ivy. $369,769 97 bin-mes- s Trial Order. x3utaMMii-TS ; 1 W. G.WHITE' & CO. WALLACE & RICE. vvell-kno- arm from $3.50 to $13.50 : one bitch at we have been celling from $5.00 to $18.00. 3 : Our Men's Suits E SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIV- E cent on an3 article PER 3011 nwy want. fore he lives on the fat of his lambs, despisingsmall things, This firm of young men are as well and cultivates the liberal arts and favorably known as any other in or the art of being liberal, the county of Madison. They began on small capital, encountered influential which is much the same. Like competitors, and waded through a de- the busy bee that bears the structive fire. Through it all they pollen from flower to flower, emerged with smiles, with the motto world laughs with so he bears seed though from "Jaiigh, and the you, man to man, and the world AVeep. and you weep alone; fructifies and is more glad the glad old earth is fond of and bountiful for his beino- in mirth, JJut she has trouble enough of her it. own" (or word i to that effect with He is ever a pilgrim but ) apologies to never a sti'anjrer. He SlllffS To return to the subject. We have known these gentlemen since the days in the church, talks polities of Andrew January ami It. L. Cren- on the street and plays cards shaw and they are still the same gon on the train. He cheers the ial, clever, upright boys, a little older in 3'ears, balder of pate, but the same countiy merchant, educates "Coley & Brick." They are adepts at the cross road politician, and their trade, supplying the demands for by dropping a dollar among Sie boots, shoes, slippers, and gents fancy the Peter Pence throws a ray furnishings. We commend them again to the graces of an appreciative public, of light athwart the pathway which knows true merit and is not cf the man of God. A home slow in bestowing its reward. less wanderer, his grit) is no JDDGE JOHN C. CHENAULT. less embarrassed in the check room than he is among the chilThe proprietor of the Cli- dren of men. He is easy and max is one of the best known informal in his manner, and Total citizens of Madison County, often engages the attention of STATE OF KENTUCKY, HON. JAMES W. CAPERT0N. Cocxtv of Madison, having served over ten the waiter girls without the K K. TURLEY. Cashier of the Mate Bank awl Trut Co.. a Hank located and doing busiThis souvenir iv?ue of the Clim.w, 3'ears as Judge of the Count' eccentricity of an introduc ness t No. 168 Went Main street, in the City being duK the only public celebration ot the of Ktchmond, Kj.. in aid count), Court, and as an attorney fig- tion. Probably he has met Kworu. hats th.il the foregoing report is in all birthday of Richmond uring prominently in nuury rvspects a true statement of the condition of them elsewhere on his route, tbf said Bank, at the close of business on the (July 4). would be incomplete without 3Ut day of June, lsste. to the best of his kno He is a gentle- and it makes him feel at his says um the a noticeof ouresteemed friend and fellow large suits. cone ana ueliei. ana lunner . . business ol saw uank nas been transacted at . ;, . ,, Uperton, aimi 11 man of pleasing address, of own fireside to the location named, and not elsewhere; and CllUOll, ilOU J. hear their genreport i made in compliance that thealKe s ;l pleasure t0 adorn Oltr pages with a christian character, and with with an official notice received from the Secre- tle voices calling roast beef, tary of slate designating the 30th daj of June, brief tribute to Ilia worth. At tills . . .. .. . , . ... a tact for making friends that roast mutton, veal and ich reiiort shall , 83,astheda on which sT1IRI.KY. Cash.er. be .. Irish UIUO HIS liaillU IS UlCIlUOIieU US 11IU l v l?..)lll lit i.oti candidatc for Congress, is so essential in every suc- stew. And if he is a true t Syrttwl ana cirfiro tr Iwifnrp m h Tariey, Cashier, the 2nd daj of Juli , ltOS. from this district a compliment alike cessful politician. His pub- knight of the grip he will aptC It Chen mjlt, Notarj Public to him and to all those who know Attest lic career is known to all. ly answer, Give me Irish, too. what kind of a man will be required J. STONE WALKKIt, JVO. B CHENAULT, DIUHCTOUS to canv the district over Hon G. G. But in the capacity of an emSo there is new music on the K. D. B VLLAKD. Gilbcit,thc Democratic nominee. But ployer, it is ouv purpose brief- porcelain cymbals and J03' So hilervuivi-- is the history of the this acknowledgement of Col. ly to speak. The confidence about the board of the waj'side eminent ability aud fitness, is State lkm k and Tiust Company with he reposes in us, the kind inn that da3r. tlie and ier&onality of Mr. J. only one of many such evidences of his high standing in the councils of his treatment and the generous imposStone Walker Hint it would be But beneath the gity and party. The nomination for any office concessions we receive at his ithout sible to trace the one nonchalant demeanor there is painting the other. Even in it gift could be had by him with little eifort on his part, for he is in hands, have endeared Judge oftimes a serious vein. Some tlMit uniform and lofty courtesy, that hterti Irtistncss promptness, that open truth ''a man among men." Possessed Chenault to each of us, so little locket holds the counterhanded liberality and that business of great wealth, he is jet close to the that his interests are ours, feit of those who have astor3T, soundness and safety which character hearts of the poor; with a big brain, and we ask an our friends to or in his watch case is the izethe veteran iiiiauiier and capiuilist vet patient with those not endowed remember, that our zeal in be- face that is much to him. is reilected in the institution of which like himself, he has a peculiar and po we! ful hold upon all classes and half of the material welfare More than one dependent rehe is president. The StJiae lfcmk and Trust Company conditions. He has not an enemy on of this paper springs largely lative nKty be a pensioner- on is an able and banking earth on the contrary he is held in the highest respect by every individual from our grateful apprecia- his purse, and now and then hoHse. This bank was established in LS74 under the name of Irv inc Wal- who knows him. Descended ofillustri-tiou- s tion of his unremitting kindhe takes a flyer in the market ancestry, he has guarded well ness to us. "We, therefore, ker, lhey etmiiiiued for thea ears, just to chance a little Christwhen the biik was organised under the charge committed to his care and will the name of the Second National Bank, bequeath to his descendants a name se- are pleased with the condition mas present for the fireside of ltichiu'inil. Ky. The charter of this curely enshrined in the hearts of pos- of the affairs of the paper, folks at home. He troubles bank expirol in 1S97, and the grand terity. which has acquired the largest not the world with his own af old institution was reorganized under THE OLDEST KuUSE WITHOUT A CHANGE circulation of anjr in the coun fairs, whether of grief or glad the name ot 'J he State Bank and Trust OF FIRM. ty, and enjoj--s a fine patron- ness, but bears to all about Company, and to day this and prosperous banking house i one We call attention to the advertise- age in its advertising and job him the spirit of romance and of the financial institutions in ment of Mr. Geo. M. Willging else-- departments. To be sure we knight errantry of which he the city of ltuhmoud. Since its orighere in this edition. This is the only are in full accord with the inal inception it rapidly climbed the is the only representative exhouse of its kind in Jtichmond, carry of success and political views of tant. He sits at the same stands as one ing a full and complete stock of wall of Kenlucks representative instituour emplo3'er, and hope to see board with the farmer and paper, window shades, picture frames, tions of finance, where her people are mouldings, paints, oils, glass, varnisher, those principles triumph, at pavs proud to transact business. This bank twice as much for his brushes, artist and painters supplies an early date. is ably conducted by ollicers who know meals without a murmur, and every detail of the banking business generally. Mr. Willging came to RichTo Judge Chenault's early has no intention of starting a mond in the fall of 1SG9, a and w ho are as able and boy, and 1S70 established his present espousal and courageous new political party to right successful financiers. 1874 his entire stock of of those principles, his wronirs. Now and then One of the direct benefits already ac- business. In cruing to Richmond by this bank is, goods, tools etc were destroyed by lire we acknowledge much of the that being in touch with the immense without one dollar of insurance to present prestige and prosper he drives across the country, and after buvincr the team farming interests of this section of the recomjHjnce him for his loss. Kothiug daunted he again established the same ity of the Climax, and we State, it adds to the importance of the presents it to his host. city as the agricultural center of mid- line of business. Being a practical know that he has relinquished He travels nights and Sun- dle Kentucky. Richmond has become house aud sign painter, paper hanger. none of his views, whilst en- da3's, spoils a dream of home graiuer and interior decorator, he conthe center of exchange ill this leading industry, and by its being the rendez- tinued with all his knowledge and en- tertaining a charitable consid to catch a train, and worse ergy to push his business in a conser vous for planters, farmers aud capitaleration for those who honestly than a soldier campaigns in vative way until he carries as ists, eery oilier business enterprise in large a stock as any house in the State differ from him. On behalf wet and diy, hot and cold. tile city locvivea an impetus amounting to thousands of dollars annually in in the .same business. Mr. Willging be of Judge Chenault and our- He eats oleo for butter, drinks lieves in Trinters Ink" as well as selves, we thank our the ablegate to the cii. friends abomniable lukewarm coffee in "Sign J'ainting" lie wri ej and Tiie iMule Uank and Tiust Coinj any dictates all his adr, aud one will nutito for their large patronage of without cream, devours eggs was organised with a capital stock of his plf.in and simpie way of geltin,; our present effort, whilst that an3T hen ought to be $I50,UU0 aud to day its deposits amount thaoi up, which are unlike othets. He mingling our gratitude to to over SX) 000, thus showing the con- says ashamed to cackle over, and that when yuu advertise to sell them fidence the people have in the oilicem with our feeble and is regaled with spring chicken any one or more articles at a uertain anil diicclore of the institution, 'lhey no matter what may be the mar- wholly voluntary tribute of that was beheaded in the presolfer to their lUstomets every accom- price, ket price, sell all j ou have at adver- regard for our, emploj-er- . modation with safe banking. tised ence of her mourning grandprices. They are now building one of the Climax Force. children. Mr. Willging contracts for and does handsomest bank buildings to be found work in his line in all parts of the Such in brief is his lot, and THE DRUMMER. in the State which will be completed State. Ho has a number of skilled such is the hero of the grip. about September 1. This structure workmen and does all kindg of fine sign will be two stories high, of modern and work, graiuing, decorating, paper hangThe traveling man is a fore- His vives are known, but his attractive architecture and the interior ing and designing. Mr. Willging savs runner of prosperity, and the virtues are untold. Like the will be arranged in an attractive manthat his business so far this year has envoy lier. The iioor will be of tiling, the been extraordinary and the turtle his voice is heard in the much bank counters of white marble with than foi anylarger and more satisfactory minister plenipotentiary to laud and he is soup for man3r. time during the past ten l.ruiize fixtures etct The otlice for the yeaiF, and confidently cxpectB his fall all whom it may concern. He He goes forth from the ark olllcrs will be daintily fitted up and business to bo two or three times as hails from the house ever.) thing about the new building will good of light when the waters subside to an the spring trade. Wo hope be up to dale and complete. They will and commissioned by all the pluck the first green leaf and and believe that his expectations will als4i add sevcial new features to the blaze the way for children of luiik by putting in safe deposit boxes be icalhsed, because wo know that by jobbers in joy. He goes forth close study, application, fair dealings in the spring time and fertil- men. Those who can't see which they will rent to iheir patrui.s on icasutiable terms, wheie tney tau aud ability to do what he contracts, izes the earth with unctious his blaze will do well to follow keep their valuable papers, bonds etc., makes him worthy of same. Just story, and in the autumn he his smoke. From Bede's liud-gein perfect security. The boxes cannot write him once for prices aud other inbe opened in the absence of the renter. formation and see how cheerfully, po- joins in the harvest song, covTheir new burglar proof vault will be litely, promptly and intelligently he ering his person the while Having a decided taste for will aus'er vou. the largest and handsomest in town. with fine linen and velvet out it, possessing sufficient capiThey will also provide private roome By undesirable goods ac- of his expense money. He tal, and acquaintance for their lady and gentlemen customers, with the which lhey caa use for the purpose of cumulating, the wheels of bus- knows his rights, and know- details, fits one to engage 'in examining their papers, clipping cou- - iness aire clogged. ing dares maintain. There any business. Vice-Preside- m 3S3fic: 2: -R - igcjtggsfflggg -K- G-l OUH YOU-T- G- MEN'S SUITS if CALDWELL HIGH SCHOOL. of the man School, THE PUBLIC School of Richmond is called Caldwell Highpurposes. in honorgrades from All the gave the lot on which the building stands for school Primaiy to the end of the High School Course are taught in this building. It was completed and dedicated on the 17th of February, 1895. The school, with High School Department, had been organized in September, 1894, and immediately after the dedicatory exercises were held the building was occupied b3r three hundred children, arranged in ten grades. The course of stmty as now arranged includes three 3'ears of High School work, and its graduates can enter an3 of the Kentuck3' Colleges. Owing to the recent organization of the school it has had onty two graduating classes, one in 1896 and one in 1898, the pictures of the latter class appearing on this page, together with the excellent Superintendent's, Prof. J. D. Clark. Richmond was the last city in Central Kentuckj' to organize a graded High School, but the work was well done when it was done. There has been no public improvement that has been more conducive to the welfare of the town. "When it was built there were empty houses on eveiy street; now one can hardly be found. Families have moved from this and other counties to have the benefit of our school, and during the last school term there were a dozen pupils who came from be3'ond the city limits and paid for their tuition. n citizes: R. L. The present Board of Education is composed of the following Z. T. Rice, Secretaxy; and Messrs. A. S. Co3rle, J. D. Mitchell, Gent', President, and Mr. T. A. Campbell and Dr. G. W. Evans. The corps of teachers for the ensuing 3Tear are : Prof. J. D. Clark, Superintendent; Prof. H. H. Brock, Principal; Prof. J. B. Harris and Miss Ruth Crow, Miss Bessie Dudle3', Mrs. Maiy "W. Betts, Miss Bessie Ckyle, Miss Jennie Ford and Miss Alice Arnold. It is confident expected that next 3ear's enrollment will be the largest b3r far in the histoiy of the City School of Richmond. well-know- from $3.50 to 7.25 are such as we have been selling at $5.00 to $10.00. lr from 75 cents to $2.85, are such as we have been selling for S1.00 to $4.00. Knee Pants Suits 111 - Shake-stick.- WW Eil 0 I PAW? t $1.50 to $3.40, are such as we have Mil 0 been selling from $2. 00 to $4.50. i- Bal-lart- l, HEN'S SHOES $1.00 to $3.75, are such as we have ut;ii stuuii'T nu .px.iw 10 .po.ui". -t J. jtx. O ing at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. JL ( sUTD LJ 1 T T A T-'JL O .f cm .... vif J v.ai.o ir. v.-L- in till; such as we have been sell- "; j.j go STThese are prices that can't afford to overlook when intend bin'ing, and eveiybod3' knows what :i Clearance Sale means at A. t H. mayS ly one-hundre- J. STRENG The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Sheer, The Hatter. I Si 1 V T 1? Pine Knot Coal COLEMAN NEFF, Agent. XT Co. Xm Ca-SH- CT i Caper-ton- 's hi-to- ry rW 11 ' " Y ' - v A ''2Kv m wife 7vr) W JOSS" Otlice and Coal Yards nearlt. X. I. & I?. Depot. Telephone l'I. asj Well, I should sav we do inve 3'ou the best and I0EE ! GOAL gjjjfe:'rsJry'P"jfe for your money, than any other house in the city. ST"Give us a trial order aud see. DO YOU NEED A - te fe Buggy, Surrey, Phaeton or toa& "Wagon! well-know- n 0, I "3Ssfej "K 5-:- " T(d Now is the Time to Buy.' oldt-s- t w lad-d- or S. L. BUGGIES, to-da- y well-know- n Has a Bigger Stock and a Greater Variety to Select from than ever before. Note these prices : PHETONS, SURREYS, $55 $75 $90 $30 MIDKIFF to to to to well-know- n ad-voca- cj' " lzz?. rr7 "( -- J rS 1 Sj Vf7r&esibCS'C" 0 1 i) V' 11.,-- A - -- - "" " c--P GRADUATES OF CALDWELL HIGH SCHOOL, 189S. A to-d- ay FINE CHANCE TO GET SUITED. & s If 3'ou inquire intothecause of a marked success, 3Tou will invariably discover that much of it was due to the ability to select and retain efficient em.. v . -ployees. ROAD WAGONS, "We are making special inducements for the next 30 days and can give better work at Lower Prices than 3ou can find l elsewhere in this section. In style, finish and there is nothing in the market that will excell the new work we are now making to order. No trouble to show 3ou through our wareroom. Come and inspect our stock. Blacksmith shop and reps-i- shop in connection. good-materia- $175 $140 $250 $75 -- I tfa r 1 OMAHA EXPOSITION June 1st to October 31st consi-te- nt -- t. strolled into Covington big store yesterday and found the rear and side walls partially demolished and huge timbers erei ted in their place making the place look like a stockade in time of war. Upon inquiry we learned that this mammoth storo was Having decided upon, a being enlarged and improved. Jt is already the largest of its kind in the course in business which is county; still the enlargement is neces- satisfactory to 3Tour own mind sary, and in order to make way for the workmen, Messrs. Covington & and experience, do not, allow Mitchell are holding a great Cut Price the doubts of others to damp- "Improvement Sale." Here now can en your enthusiasm. e be procured fine, suits at shamelessly low prices, whilst figures you hang a sign outside on hats, shoes, shirts and the like are your place of business, pa3Ts cut in some instances, squarely in half, which means a hundred per cent to have a good one. is a cut. We need not dwell upon the permanent advertisement, and merits of this firm, for they aro known business and respected for their upright deal- indicative of ings, there perfect ability to provide to the public e3re. the highest grade of goods at prices that defy competition whilst guaranteeAfter you lock store or ing satisfaction. If you are not a cusoffice door at night leaveyour tomer of theirs, read their big ad as they wish to Nobahny customer of business inside. theirs. sleep with worry for abed- Wo Milch-ellready-mad- Third Street, TUB GRANDEST EXPOSITION S. L. MIDKIFF, r RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. 1 (except World's Fair) ever planned ilieJJnited States. JLocated within cheap and quick access of the entire MissoufPalid Mississippi Valleys, at yourowailoorB- - Through tickets beyond Omaha allow 'stopovers. Reduced excarsfoH, rates to Omaha. Take the Burlington lioute the old and firmly established line" to and through Omaha in any direction. HOWAREUEI.EIOTT. L. W.Wakelky Q.B.'Mnager. Gen. Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. M-CA- If JOE HAS -- - .& it It ur 3-o- mmm Coolest-and :AT4M- - THE POPULAR CONFECTIONER TJP-TID-DATE Y SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. ur If you come every other business superior Cultivate the faeultj; of to your own, you n conclude sdctatinsftia'mes wtthfaees? that your own business is will p'rove a decided Widlfc Phone 3.; ' ' " ' V 3W i faAa, i. yourself., .' . -. mjywV"Oiuwa. ., 'su-perbr"- to consider fellow.. -- 11 r&? THE NEATEST AND MOST most refreshing Cream Parlor and Restaurant in town. of drinks ttia, can be found Choice Soda, Mineral Waters andfancy drinks Eveiy-in the city are dispensed $ thing in the line of Fruits in season. by tSjPIf 3Tou want 0 spend a' pleasing- time iitli3;our &--Water -t m 7jC sweetheart, sister, wifeor frieads, call on I td -- .fr--- - -- &, oM. t y -- ... ..MUg. Mm JC&mSGElQALL&Nl, Im ? .4 "W tc- .it v " hi a-- . Sd ti, 3rV 13V ;s5fes Ir " frf tfaguj .:. o ? 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I E I I I I .. . ? ; lli:::::::::::::!,..;:::::::;.:::: i i s a p3 foJ s 1 2 aai..i..SSS;;5SSSSSS2S: Ml SET FORTH IN TERSE LAN GUAG tiji.yj'urmuTajaiwi i JL-- J Bray wishes to inform his friends in this Souvenir Edition of the Climax, that he has withdrawn from the firm of Higgins, White & Ellis, they JL succeeding him in the GROCERY BUSINESS. But, he also wishes to inform them that he can be found u Any Old Day" at his place of businesss, on Irvine Street, ready to do business with the farmers of Madison county. Sy A TTTT JlxX .Erf W - A 1? iss iSI ps rwjs 2Js I EM Advertised a Short While Ago That I Wanted Vour I p , --- EJgJ WHEAT, 4 A CD RN. a Sreat injustice Ejti igj igJEj El lis Ep yurself BJAlso allow me to say to you, that DatiAiir 4n UwIieW 4kJe Daiiiaci for yu lulb IVeijUebl I have an experienced COAL MAN with me, who has done nothing but load coal for four years, and every car from Afifl HOW AliOW mC W with my yard is graded before it leaves the City for its destination, and if you get coal that does not grade as lump or block, which ever you buy I will take it from your wil1 do It, if you do not see me before selling. fc l&-- coal-hous- e my own teams and refund the purchase nioney. As the mines are responsible to me for coal to grade and no farmer or consumer can do business with me without being protected in I am at home and want your regard and patronage. that regard. jcAs idU ii:- - H$MBH U PROFESSOR fti& MXMMDm i Hk MimliA j n fc w HHIHUB ll HOME. J to tralllinsr in The members of this or- brmd ganization have now entered upon their respective careers, aw ministers, mis-- 1 phyticians, lawyers, students at IViucetou Seminary, while others entered the Banking, Commercial or Professional blanches. He was born in Hnrliland. Kansas, a University town founded by his grandfather, General John Bajless. whose portrait was exhibited at the World's Fair as one of the most prominent and influential promoters of education and morals in New York. Here Professor Mtnicr was given a thorough education and upon nim was conferred the degree of Bachelor of Music. But Professor Minier was compelled to return home to look after large of his family there that needed his attention. We feel sure that he appreciated the kindness of our citizens, who, though naturally undemonstrative in all such matters, easily discerned and appreciated the high qualities lossessed by this versatile and skillful musician, this quiet, refined and cultured eentleman. We cam but urge upon our band boys to remember the piecepts and example of their master who taught them hab its of sobriety, promptness, application and thoroughness. If they shall continue to pursue the course along which he so kindly yet firmly guided them, our city will long continue to possess the best baud in Kentucky, and to remember Prof. Minier with gratitude and pride. i. musi.-- . IRIOIHIIMIOlsriD, JBraBrHJarliJBraBt3ktili3 rta i : ii : ftua rtitsi irrni-v,ri- : i j'i2J f CEJnSTTTJCKI'y- : .. .. ... ,f .. i. irm---- ii ftiJtsj ftiitsiirtiJfesiirtLJtaj i TOtar?tUanErrHJBfrtiJBrrBfTHJar?HJg31THJFar?E i i ii,.l.ii pa rtd3 rttai I. n rtij ir ftua ktiigj n ma rcJtaiftiita utija rtsj 11 ii- - 11 n gjjgi n irir.:i.ii'l.r3i.irrn,rata rtu giapa EiMEi2 - II fi ir-if- 1 ,, . n. LELfE Ef&fMiE'SfEiSfEla .. "" ? m "Judge J. W. Lilly beat Turn Adams Thursday with Masonic and Odd Mr. Devore was 52 years for Police Judge of Clay City by vote old and a member of the church at exchange paiicrs of 96 to 55." jn reading over tho Salem, where lie attended regularly. A Distinct Loss To Our Citj Our Excellent HARRY ALLEN, THE LECTURER. f,otn our nei:hboring towns we The deceased leaves a wife and several Band a Monument To His Abililyquontly meet with names of residents Our hustling friend Harry Allen, of by Caleast, evidently takes a day off now children to morn tife loss of one whose , of those places which are also borne place can never be filled." Tlit- - biiBj' men of our citv, the society Madison county people. It occurred and then to ttlf about his western adTOM COLLINS, Hll'S ALL RIGHT. to us that a collection of few of these ventures, if we are to believe this lrom element absorbetl in the nyetius of Col. Craddocks get this off on Tom peoiilo wliocarc only novel and the Danville correspondent to the items would be not life, and that class of Collins, one of that name being a lead Sayings: amusing out might lead up to not what a day may bring forth, ma 7 relation t (he ties of "Mr. J. Harry Allen, of Ilarrods- ing grocery merchant iu this city: not yet have realized that our commu"Tom Collins," alluded to Saturday ship, in only the most desirable cases, burg, lectured in the Christian church, nity has sustained a Ioj-- which time never recompense us for course. For instance Messrs John here, last Sunday night, his subject be- as the myth of former years, now as a of may heal but horse winning races for Si nuns and AnB. and Jofm C Chenault, of Madison, ing "California 'in "J7." 'Tnould teem that some mighty man derson, was mentioned some time by may not know that there is a John niu-- t die before such wordh were justiA SLANDER ON DAVIS. Lexington Gazette in alluding to the Chenault, of Boyle county, but the folfiable. ISiit not so; 'tis of our s of No man in Rfchmond loves his wife font in Christ church. The Lexington lowing item in the Troy letter to the living that we spfak, and in so does It L. Davis Tom ColliiiF, it is said, was the clever the Jessamine Journal locates another more devotedly than doing we attempt to voice the sentiso that Sam Boyle and Jack Harris, of est of merchants Banker James man of that name who we trust is as good ment of a jortiou of our citizenship Louisville Pst will have a damage Shropshire tells us Collins & Timber-a Democrat as the two Johns of Mad- the which has labored long and f.iithfull) suit on their hands for publishing this lake was a firm ho worked for many ison. The Troy letter says: to proxide for our whole people an orhustling editor of the years aco in Lexington. Henry Tim- 'Mr. John Chenault, of Danville, slander on the ganization at once a source of usefulness daily Register: brother of berlakc was an was here Thursday." and pride. Professor Minier has "Judge Shackelford Miller sentR.L. Mrs. John Ballard, recent v interred iu for his Kansas home! GEORGE WHITE on the water, nor Or iiny of those tln picture pruot Davis to jail for thirty hours for failing tl.i-- . ndirrti-eiiien- t. here through vauit, but to call attention and the fat . handjome and affable friend, to pay his wife, Rhoda A. Davis, whon Paris cemetery." Our George Wliite, of Whites Station, may he is now suing for a divorce, the GREAT SCOTT, THINK OK HARVEY M'DOWELL DOINGTHIS. learn how to handle bees from this alimony which was oidered by the Tho .Cynthiana, Democrat tells this the Ilarrodsburg court. Davis conducted a bicycle renews item found in The OIil Reliable Main street Jeweler. isnl behind hi counters, where In sayings: pair shop at Eleventh and Chestnut story which our Harvey McDowell's been for over :il years, in the good old tow n of UU limond and still ready to w friends know is improbable: "Mr. George White, of near Stewart, streets." a many new one a v ill favor him with their p.rr n on hh old customers "Harvey McDowell is at home from . way of gathering honey, achas a novel (age. His stock is being added to constantly, and you will find you can JOHX BENNETT, TOWN MARSHAL. Louisville where he has been attendgoods cheaper and better there than any other place Anthing he tells y ; cording to 'Mr. J. W. Board, of Boyle We expect to be killed for copying ing the Presbyterian Theological Semiju-as represented, and you can rely on it. fjS Givehnn a call and enco'ura. county. The former gentleman disSpout Springs(Estill nary." je2!) Gin home trade. which he felled, this item from the covered a bee tree county) Times, but we shall employ RRUTUS CLAY. PUGILIST. but was unable to gather the sweet for Hon. John Bennett, of this city, to dethe irate bees. He put his wits to work Bourban county has two colored linlit was the fend us: and decided that a pitch-forweight prize fighters bearing the same and fearless town mar"Our instrument he wanted. He according- shal, braveBennett, says ho can now name of two the best known citizens of John ly procured one and soon relieved his At a prize fight at has thorough- the Blue Grass. antagonists of their one season store of hear good smce the rain Cynthiana this is the way Brutus Clay U. K. W. the dust, and says the boys honey about two and one half gal- ly settled put George Alexander to sleep, as told had better keep quiet or they will be THE GREATEST QF RAILROADS. lons." by the Cincinnati Enquirer: FIRM, A POPULAR promptly taken iu custody." "The star event of the evening was ASSIGNS TO GEORGE I'KEWITT. Pkofkssor F. S. Mixiek. W. B. SMITH AND 1IIS LIME KILN. a contest between Brutus Clay, of LexDOUBLE DAILY LIMITED TRAINS. OPERATINU THE FAMOfS means much, as Is The Big House of Douglas, Bright and excellent city councilman, Mr. Our This announcement Richmond's candidate for Governor ington, and George Alexander, of Cind George Prewitt, has not been notified Company. we have already said, to all ears and Commander G A. P.. this capacitv four can now "whitewash" his apponente cinnati. The battle lasted but four citizens. It deprives us of the anil progressive business of his selection as assignee for a hash in the rare, judging by this item from rounds, Clay getting the best of it horn Vestibuled was born months, and retired from the office The subject of our sketch One of the most services of one of the most gifted musi- houses in the city of Richmond is the house in'Casey county, but neverthe the LivingBlon Colonel: in Estill countv. August 22, ISfG and the confidence of the people who the beginning. Near the close of the May 11th. 1807. he was cal directors in this country, who is at popular firm of Douglas, Bright & Co., less it is'true', for the Stanford Journal W. B. Smith, of Mt Vernon, has fourth round Clay hit Alexander in the cn.nt i,;B Imvlinnil diivs in that countv ed him. On a conscien-ciou- s once an able performer, sol- - elected Department Commander of the They deal ex- - says so, thus: BETWEEN THE SOUTH AND THE EAST. at 207 West Main street. at this place and under the ropes, on his farm. Ho volunteered as a d 'R. T. Pierce, a merchant and pro- finished his lime kiln furnish lime in a jaw and knocked himtime was up and dier in tho Union army, August IStli, Grand Army of the Republic, which and efficient teacher, and a toneivi.lv in shoes. Hats and Gents will be prepared to where he laid until gentleman, elements too infre- Furnishing. Their line of lathes, prietor of the Pierce Hotel in Liberty, 1SC2, and fought gallantly, rendering office he filled honorably for the full From Atlanta to the Nation's Capital, Washington. same musi Prewitt, of the Liberty very few days to supply all demand." was then carried to his room." G. A quently concentred hi the as well gentle- assigned to Geo. Misses and children's, Still another from tho X.oisvilIe Dis- HAT GALVIN A MILLIONAIRE AND nnri spriMPo to his rountv. until June term, one year. Me is an active hiscorr-radeFrom Chattanooga to Richmond through the beautiful monz- cal diiector at least that has been our men's shoes is tho latgest and most Bank." 2I,1SG5, when he was honorably dis- R. man and much beloved by patch : MARRIED. SCOTT'S NAMESAKE. observation. Professor Minier's fine coirplete to be found in the city. He is a gentleman of quiet digJUDGE tain country of North Carolina. charged with a record that reflected "Among the Kentuckians at the At the Hotel Zimmer, welcoming qualities and the splendid successof his Thev also carry an extensive line of distinguished Circuit Jndge Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, are 17,1871, he nified mie'n, who has traveled much credit upon himself. April As our new arrivals, Mr. Bat Galvin feels Daily trains making' all Northern, Soutliern and otr '" trainimr of our band, merit the highest Gouts furnishing goocis, wnicn em spends much of his time in Jessamine merchandising at Winston, and seen the world. His record as a W. B. Smith and wife of Glasgow." feebly every inch a millionaire with "grace commenced praiBe.and we feel that we but full of credit and honors. We connections. and has continued soldier is braces all the new ami nobby, styles in county he Is doubtless acquainted with l to In IIIO llttll nnd 1trtrt in lit J oi'O ' iu Estill county, JUDGE TIITON COMES HOME. uv m ! 1U oice the high estimate in which our neckwear. H'uits, Collars, Ties and the gentleman of hs name over there, that ,,vuiirinills; ,fjjrr - , successfully up to tho present. tune. can onlv say.... we hope your life in . , If you want to travel comfortably take the Southvi. . i( . , .. i j .. rti UUl. i n it; ..k k.. The Shelby Sentinel is authoritv tor iiiir ..C .o Tfr run ni t honored director is held in this com- other novelties which are right He was elected County Judge of .Estill ttie ituuro wiu oe .13 pieasam as u nas Railway. recently killed a golden eagle in who to in this dispatch from New York to munity by all those who appreciate date. When it comes to dainty and the cliffs of Kentucky river. The this statement: county in August 1890. and served in been in tho past. willing to bestow its Through and Mr. A. M. Web- the Cincinnati Enquirer: "Judge Tipton of Fullmiuib true merit and are firm is right in the Nicholas ville Democrat says: stylish goods this 'A slender, ber have returned from French Lick reward. ing-Jioo- w Sleeping -- Cars n re They are able and experienced 'Thos. Scott received a golden eagle lead. man of about 45 wrote "Bat Aifunusu.il tribute of regard on the merchants" who strive by good goodB mounted, from Cincincati this week. It Springs." Popular Joe. A BIG SALE. between A 'o I of the band was Galvin and wife, Dr.wson City," on the part of the members methods to please their was the proud bird that he killed on NOT 80 OLD, RUT JUDGE HENRY RICE and honest register of the Hoffman House to day. C 'a when Professor Minier left tvidenced Ch a .FEELS AS WELL AS EVER. Mr. John R. Gibbon, Administrator patrons. Their customers are at all the last hunt with the club in Arkan There is not a man or woman He looked like a preacher or profesour city, when, the band turned out at times treated with courtesy and piven Bas. i having or child In the city of Richmond Mfo , He nue specimem, was at c. . The Mt, Vernon Signal says: man. The lady who accom for the late E. H. P. Palner. . o'clock in tho. morning, serenaded "Uncle Henry Rice, of Livingston, sional him was dressed iu the height of one of the largest jewelry, diamond and who bas not heard of Joe. He is tho prompt attention by polite and exper Hoover's office for several days." panied Louisville, Professor Minier and escoited him to ienced salesmen. H yoa want anyon record. He is selling leading fruit dealer, ice cream man and and uncle John Smith are looking and PKOK. CHANDLER. fashion, but in faultless taste. She was watch sales the train, playing many of the high thing in their line it will be to your inW ieeling well." points. stock rapidly, eve caterer in this section of the state. He perhaps 35 and prepossessing. There ont this magnificent It will be news to the Principal of the class selections they had learned under terest to call and see their gooils and DULY BETffEU rything must be closed out in a short has an elegant establishment next to MB. PARKS LOSES A LEG. Department of Central was an air of calm satisfaction about his instruction. rare bar- the Hotel Glyndon on Main Street, prices before purchasing Preparatory reinark-i.i.I- a examine their A Bowling Green dispatch to the each as they proceeded to their apart- lime. If you want to seenre axvd University to know that he is in busiKNOWVILLE. Professor Minier has had a gains iu this line, now is the time. where he carries a large line of all the elsewhere. The individual members ASHEVILLE, in music. He is an artist of this popular house are C.T. Douglas, ness at Broadhead, but .we have it on Louisville TitneB tills us of a bad ac- ments in the swell hostelry, and well Mr. Gibson has associated with him LYNCHBURG, season, makes and serves the l.irtli and education. 'A 12yearsof L. L. Bright and S. Z Douglas gentle- the authority of the Livingston corres- cident to a gentleman of the same name there might be. They have jast re- that expert engraver and jeweler, Tom. fruits in WASHINGTON. choicest of ice creams, etc. He has the band, at as the Cashier of onr Fanners National turned from Klondike. Vernon Signal: pondent of the Mt. BALTIMORE. :urfi he was leader of a college P.FaigfcWho is one of tin? best posted handsomest soda fountain in town and men who are wellknown in the busi ot PHILADELPHIA, Bat Galvin's partner made 125,000,000 "Prof. Chandler has accepted a posi- Bank: 15 his compositions were published, State- - He does all kinds dif penses soda and mineral waters of social world of our city and ness and NEW YORK. "Sam Parks fell under the wheels of out of the Klondike gold fields and jewelers in the tion as book keeper for the Broadhead was singing solo tenor in the May representative business men. 20 he work promptly and efficiently. all kinds as well as fancy drinks. He Peters, Co. and took charge last a moving train at the L. and N. depot Galvin is accredited with having made ol repatr Boiler Mill Festival Chorus with Piofessor CHATTANOOGA. Now is the time to buy what you want conducts also one of the best restaurants ATLANTA, week. We regret to lose the Professor." here this morning and his leg was so twictj as much himself. One 3 ear and FROM KENTUCKY POINTS. of Chicago University, Frederick-ArcheFREEMAN BROS. Se.e their in tho state, where you can get all AUGUSTA. badly cruslied that it will have to be six months ago he was a tour man in tin's line at your own price. IS A MARRIED MAN. of theQueem'e Palace.Loudon, THOS. ADAMS advertisement on another page of this kinds of game and delicacies in season. MACON, amputated at the knee." He now ranks among tho slid other prominent people. Sec that jour freight is rooted Tia the repair He is prepared to perVe refreshments" JACKSONVILLE. The Mooresville letter in the WinOne of the leading business houses kings not only the United edition. Parties having left for Professor Minier GOOn MAN, BUT BILLY DEVOBE IS Aside from music, watchps or jewelry with E. K. P.Pal- - for all occasions such as parties, recepSun leads us to suppose that A DANVILLE, city is that of Freeman Bros., chester States, but ot the world, lie is hero STILL ALIVE. achieved no little fame in art, having in our RALEIGH, Adams has renounced Bingle pleasa call and get same. Tho tions, balls, banquets, school exercises, Hi on on business, and has been spend imr mer will the owners of the First Street bhoo Hou6e. Tom .3 awarded the gold medal from PORTSMOUTH, state of double The Owenton News, whse editor, been and entered the woik is ready for you. Those owing him Everybody knows Joe and "will They are now sollim: their large stock NORFOLK. Mr. B..J. Newlon, once lived In Rich- much of Ids time in the East. Ho has should rail promptly nnd pay the ac etc Sotiuty of Art in Chicago, iu 1892. regardless of cost. Now blessedness. Read : back him up as the loading caterer and to have enumerate here the scores of fine footwear this notice which two Bil- recently been at Phihulelplna AVc cannot "'Mr. Thomas Adams and wife, of mond, made of counts and save additional oxponso u fruit dealer in tho Stato. For information, apply to nearest agent of the Southis your opportunity to get the best of this city, say isanteraor- - a very small amount of Ins gold dust the estate: 'f of important engagements he has filled, shoe hue. Call and Kuckerville, were the guest of Mre. ly Devores, Railway Company or connecting lines. ern everything in the 'turned into coin." tern. some of which were of the most exactwelcome is extend- Win. Gravett Sunday." The best person make mistakesjj-anA.man is knownjhy his associates, native home is High- 6eo them a cordial H. Devore died of pneumonia ing nature. His Miss Lou Harris, of Smith's Grove, But that blessings comes not always "W. to correct TillL all. ' ' '1 the last Wednesday. His remains .were is suing for divorce because her hus- but a woman is. never ktown Wany- - so do we; but we aro ready land, Kansas, and the Btanding of the ed to nobby and,stylish shoes single is attested by this item from " ' .jthra.& k&rji "Sew - - " "C ' organized there If you want .at Salem, on band spoke imklndly of his stepmother. Uofly. J- JbdiHinterred in the cemetery ix.. members of the band he MU Sterling It "" "" Bros. Z"b i of the Class of people he Bee Freeman ?.; is a air index MINIER CALLED l.o n: uoinqs j ca.iAA ui niwumuiiu pi ana oajmyj ab uiAMMiiaM iaaiaii Scattered Throughont Kentucky, MHHHHHHHj iSSSlr I Har-rodsbu- rg long-los- s KwlB TO - lo-- 1 111 - X ZF a-- rVw'Li 1 WMik I ! UiP ID. ARMBB. 1 ,1-- .. .t I k ill WM public-spirite- Ei"WasigtoB Mm Liiki" well-bre- s. i .. ,,. y t i - up-to- ..... .. quiet-lookin- g, gray-haire- d ppfi f line Draw j Mm Mm S !W w .- runn ing da ii all rolina points and alt n'ga, 'ashrille and Memph. Cineinnati and all prominent Eastern 5.e Qickes ..sii-AP- r - SV.oYes Saws 3oy r, multi-millionai- re ss ml miiih d -- ' - Sentinel-Democr- at -- rt Cf - i. BiiriI him f bni. . akibAlKsS. M. x' - &&&&. X"fJ FJ3& 'IrTJ rSgr?- feraJBMHHB3amBifflfta iK.9Si m r y A fcy "1 " ( " Prints ho Ws through The Richmond Climax. rCBUSHKUEVEKV WKIINK.HUAV BY I PICHM OND On the Road to Progress and ThG Climax Printing Co. I tCMlUtT' C E. WOODS, PRICK Proprietor, and Editors Associate Editor. PER YKAR, $1.50. EDITION. Commercial Prosperity. Reaching Beyond the Limits of Kentucky, She Proclaims to the .World Her Many Resources. OUR SOUVENIR The Climax avails itself of this opportunity to present in a Special Souvenir Edition, a panorama of the life, the progress, the industry, the business., the advantages, the resources and the people who make up our handsome city, and who supply the vitality of the city's life. The Climax Souvenir Edition is designed to be a photograph in miniature of Richmond of Richmond's people and their doings. It tells of the commerce and trade which goes on in our midst, of the industries, of the public institutions and advantages, and of the live and progressive men aim women wno carry them on. It i in all respects a com- Written in Characters of Gold Crowned -- Queen of the Blue Grass Triumphant She .Reclines Inviting the World To Visit Her. 1898. in natural and developed and undeveloped rewjurces. II Kit NATUltAI. RKSOUKCKS edition. It may be ;aid that not only all of the leading concerns and institutions of our city in all branches and luuo are told of prehensive in thijoc c ilu u i s. b it practi cally, an tile Oil tXil'l)l"il's OUT COIU- - Tell me not of Spain's proud mansion?, Castles strong and stately halls; Tell me not cf Italia's altars. Or of her old historic walls; Or of France with "Arch of Triumph," Royal palace, temples jrand; Or of towers rmoss grown ruins Bj old England's breezes found. Here w'thm our blue grass valle, Sheltered by the verdan hills. 1 bsiuty .pot of That each heart with pleis-ir- j thrills, Here Dime Nature in hcrgladne-- s ' Don- - her robeof pricelr.s worth T adorn our llirwiutr cit, B lutious sm'ling, pcrlcsj K climond. Here arc homes of wea't'i au J gran leur. j Real estate is as firm as tho Rock of Gibralte'r. Prices have risen steadily The Able Representative of: the U. S. Wall Paper Co. during tne past ten years, coimiiensu-j- l rate with the growth and upbuilding of A representative of Climax visited the city. This increase is not fictitious tho establishment of the U. S. Wall but of legitimate character. Paper Co, this week, and there met the Richmond with her commercial ad- - ableunnnager, Mr. W. ,I Baxter, w ho vantages must increase her industries! is one of the most artistic decorators The wonderful prosperity of the past', and paper hangers fn tiie South. This resulting from prudent business pursuits is the largest firm of 'U? kind in 'the or the gradual accumulation of wealth country and they represent thirty-eigby loans or money at interest on collat- of our most, notedwallj paper manuerals or real estate will notdevelope in- facturers, and ever pattern they car dustrial progress if kept in the old ry is an 1S98 production. Jlr. Baxter ruts. We must create and diverge from is exhibiting beautiful samples of these i inre iipnipn irnnir m mprnnnr n nnrenitc tiiTQivrca iinitcpu goods, which are wellyWorth jour inBlock after block of business houses into the channel of diversified manu-gree- spection. Among tliojR'tlier special the visitors eyes. Handsome . facturinS industries. We have a most features ofgjhis establishment is their stone and brick business houses give proimc sou wmc" l10 ,,ie nm-s- t largejarietyof nil kinds of wallpaper, evidence that our merchants are pros-- 1 fn,its ,and varied Products for which window shades and interiordtcorations penng; metropolitan stocks are carried ",ere IH 8:ue everywhere wneu put up If you want a house papered or de bv our business men. nn.l "" is nnnw.. Pperiy ior commercial use. corated you should call on Mr. Baxter it essary to send away from home for your commercial ADVANTAGES of Richmond, who represents,' this big finn.f He Will goods. Richmond is the 'Shopping The facilities and conveniences of take pleasure in telling yon all about Mecca" of this section of the country. business at Richmond are fully equal to thojiewett and prettiest modes'of tho interior of a house. Mr. the largest metropolis on this continent. OUR HOMES. Beautiful residences and homes in For commercial purposes it occupies a Baxter the efficient manager, has had Richmond are numerous, on Main superior and commanding position. It jears of experience in this business Street and Lancaster Avenuo are no is the depot of nearly all the scope of and knows how to give the most charm ticable, Some of the handsomest resi- - country which yields a wealth of ag ing effects to the interior finishings of entrepot the various rooms in a house He is dences to be found in Kentucky. Beau- - ri,cU!'u1r.al of all kinds of supplies and merchan courteous gentlemen who takes pleas tiful lawns, parks and grounds with stately mansions are attractive indeed. dise for all the vast territories tributary ure in pleasing the patrons of his esof which she is queen. The banking tablishment. He also handles paiuts STOCK MARKET. accommodations are excellent and meet and can sell them to you cheaper than Being the center of the large blue the wants of the trade of this section. they can be be bought elsewhere. If grass cattle, sheep rnd fine horse dis The city's wealth ond prosperity ia you need anything in his line let him trict, Richmond ranks as one of the in innumerable branches of furnish you an estimate. , beht stock markets in the State. Large commerce and industries yet in their Mr. Baxter also has one of the best numbers of sheep from the mountain mfaicy, but operated profitably. Its paint shops in this section. He is predistricts are brought to this market and merchants and business men are live, pared to contract for all kinds of "paintas this is the principal cattle feeding people with energy, industry ing. He lias the contract to paint the section of the State, Richmond natu- and skill are fast transforming the city interior and exterior of the handsome rally is one of the central shipping into a large and popular metropolis, new building being erected by the points. Then it is also a big horse The merchants aud businessmen of 'State Bank and Trust Co. and Trust Company, capital $150,000, deposits about 200,000. Richmond National Bank, capital $100,000, deposits about $175,000. The Madison National Bank, capital $150,000, deposits about $190,000. The Farmers National Bank, capital $100,000, depositaabont$160,000. These banks rank high in banking aud business circles, and are rapidly growing in wealth and earning capacity, and are as solid as the Rock of Gibralter. No roan in this section can complain that ho cannot obtain money for building or other purposes. Our banks are ready to loan money ou approved securities at anv time. BEALTV VALUES. W. P. BAXTER, , j Sf - j i " r f 'C RICHM0r.05T.EAM .. . .'! LAUHDRY." ' ' 7 The work done here Is splendid, And lovojy to the sight. While theihtrts with collars and enffa Are made a snowy white. E.DEATHERAGE&C Is; the best place to get all They earr a large stock of delicacies of the sea- .T-the ht ts ' i i g j em-brac- J. go-ahe- ad The Richmond Steam Laundry which owned 'anil operated by Messrs V. W., D. R.and H. R. Tevis is one of the 'best, equipped laundry's in the blue grassjsection of Kentucky; one great featurel of this laundry is that their machinery is new and is all smooth corners, all shirts and linens turned ou? look as though they had just beenJSiade, with a degree of whiteness that! isSazzling. Mesrs Tevis have th7fa.ii.dry work down to perfection IwhicrTf is indeed an art, every piece ifi turned out just as it ought to bei'ew kfiojiy the amount of labor given to a singieshirt, and we will enlighten them by the statement that every shirt brought to the Richmond 'Steanri?Laundry passes through six hamls before'beiny bundled up ready for delivering.' Xo chemicals of any . The ironing room kind are is arranged with every convenience. Three short ironing machines are operated, one irons the wrist bands, another the bosom, the third the yoke and sleeves etc. This is a spendidly equipped laundry and is ably managed and operated. Messrs. W. W., D. R. and II. R. Tevis, tho proprietors are in everything pertaining to the successful operation of their,business and they do their best topIease all cus tomers. Tney want your patroage anu are w illing at all times to let their work speak for i'self. Give them a trial. They also own and operate a hand some equipped barber shop and bath rooms which are located on Irvine street near the corner of Second. Here is used-here- H - son. Fruit Jars alls . All kinds of Wheat and Grain If you want the of every tin a g in their line, call on 'Sacks on short notice. E. DEATHERAfiE & CO. Telephone 3o. 9 Main Street (h D. L. 202 D IVIIUULLI Pichmond, Ky. UmnLTITfU Telephone U1V v Holidar i Daily Pj West Main St. Hymn Books. News Dealers. DEALER IN- - -- embrace three elements of strength, witliout which no city can e.er grow into loinmnuding importai'ice, viz: Good men, a natural and central loca- tiuii fur Un liiildint: f a citv and in'iiit.ii'v . miiiti ..f Ii iiiiIIc- - ic.i ni- k ii. ife. k. & r,-.--. ., fir ;rr; ' ce'. wii lll-I- I5flt-r- , ll I till-.- . ll'';-.- - 111.11 ill. IH li t .HI'I 'l:ini..l the Miinlaid of e..n. t lint , OU11U1 i. ugjjiai, a o i..:1CS. n ail lioouo, ru.;i,ii.nn' uiiuica, viiiiuicno Medicines, etc. Special orders receive prompt attenti Special order for Sheet Music. Family Medicines and P! sicians' Prescriptions Accurately Compounded by Com pi t Men at all hours. Mid lelton's Headache anil Xur;i! Powders Try Mc. 10 . Perfumery, Soaps, Combs, Brushes. Trusses, Braces, Fancy Toilet Articles, Schooj B School Supplies, Fancy and Staple Stationery. Blank Kn Tablets. Miscellaneous Literature, Standard Works, Slat Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lead and Oil 01 Roof Paint, Church's Plastico (a Wall Finish , and I Stuffs, Artist's Materials, Scaler Pills, Bridal Presen Senour's Floor Paint is the Best, Mastic Mixed Pain . n..,, :. .... n., Support-Shoulder TiUo..nc ii III 11 , , flHIHIII.I 11,(1, III wiLllill tllC bo.lllds Of ,Kt",-"- To advertise in some degree its claims souls and the observent visitor is comupon and promises toward the invest- pelled to believe in their success. ment of capital is the purpose of this RICHMOND edition. the Queen of the Blue Grass Section of Kentucky, stands the most proAS born at Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky, aud graduated at Centre College, Danville, ICy. stitutions that airy eityshould The muse of history unfolds the ear- gressive and thoroughly Immecommercial center in this section a diately after graduating, he commenced the study of law, and subsequently graduated, in the law department of the be proud of. They turn out liest record of this section of Ken- thrifty city backed by men of Drains, r1 tucky of which Richmond is a promCumberland University, of Tennessee, with the first honors of the class of 1859. women and men who are a inent city. Years ago Daniel Roono pluck and perseverance, who have He entered the Confederate army in 1862 and was Lieutenant Colonel of the Eleventh Kentucky Cavalry at the close their location, appreciate credit to the institutions and and his study band of pioneers attract- confidence in natural surroundings and of the war. He was selected as Presidential Elector on its wonderful the Democratic ticket in 1868, but declined, and was then elected a ed by this fertile country, built the And carry the most complete Stock of Staple who gnice our homes like true primitive log huts. Soon the hand of are not afraid to expend their time and delegate to the National Democratic Convention held in New York in July 1868. Die was elected a member of the House and Fancy Groceries in Richmond. the Kentuckians. Such Univer- man converted the broad and fertile capital in is the development ofof them. of Representatives of Kentucky in 1869, and was in 1871 and '73, and was elected speaker of the House of leadingcity Madison acres into rich fields and from just such Richmond Trifillfil niii33 I8JSL3 sities, Institutes and Schools a beginning Richmond became the county, it ha3 long been the distribu- Representatives in 1871 and '73. He was nominated as Democratic candidate for Governor of Kentucky in May 1875 and t iiijjwa ting point for the immense quantities was elected, serving as governor irom August to September 1879. Could he, promising city she is should receive all the who in the plaintive story of Evange- of grain, cattle, sheep, etc, raised in In 1892 under an act of Congress he was appointed and served as a delegate to the International Monetary Conference possible Iry a line, sung of the beautiful "Teche this section. The water supply is pure held at Brussels, Belgium, in which delegates from twenty nations participated. He was elected to the Fortv-nint- h visit the City of Rich- and abundant, and is supplied by an liberal patronage. People of Country'." Fifty-seconWe are also headquarters for MASON'S FRUIT JARS waterworks, it is clear and Congress and to the Fiftieth, Fifty-firs- t, Fifty-thir- d and Fifty-fourt- h Congresses as a Democrat. mond, he would not only find so much Madison County remember of the practical attractive that he would wholesome, and used for drinking and and everything- needed for canning- and preserving fruit. that we have at home the first bid his mue begone and would write domestic purposes. excellent municipal Notice our low prices on sugar : Richmond has an to practical leaders of how, here in market. Many thousands of dollars Richmond are fortunate, but doubtless H. J. STRENG. one will find polite and competent educational institutions in the abundance and variety unrivaled, can government, economical and strong, 17 lbs. forSl 00 Standard Granulated consisting of a Mayor and six Alder- change hands annually from this in- their escape of the financial woes ex- The Recognized Leader in Clothing, Shoes tonsorial artists who will attend to your be found every element of wealth and Country. dustry. Plantation Granulated IS lbs. for $1 00 perienced by others is due to care and wants promptly and in an And Hats. comfort; he would for a time cease to men. Assessor, Collector. Attornej Enprudence. Throughout the financial POPULATION. manner. Their both rooms are neat Brown, from gineer, 20 to 23 lbs. for $1 00 Chief cf Police, The County officials of Mad- ting of maidens fair, of lover true, of TreasurerPhysician, of One of Richmond's most entei prising and Inviting.. and heads School, Health. Richmond ha& a population of combustions which have engulfed many iind popular translucent streams, pendent merchants is that Tho gentlemen who own and operOur flour is the very best in the market from $2.20 to ison Count are a set of of syh an moss, of of meadows green; to Fire and Water Departments. These about 7,000 people, of which 90 percent into irretrievable ruin, the merchants glades, friend of ours Mr. II. J. Streng ate this business need no introduction to $3.00 per hundred, and by the sack, 24 pounds, from fiftyj gentleman are live, progressive men are white. As each year is numbered and business men have preserved their whose tne people of our cily. They are gentlemen. Thej are a credit "put in a word" for the material and who do their largo store is at all best to maintain the dig- with the past the population becomes commercial honor and mercantile re fully stocked with a largetimes careas thorough Be sure to get our prices on all even poels to and com men who have done much to business five cents to seventy-live- . spect intact and have brought their city to the people represent call attention thethe fact thatto a hearty nity and progressiveuess of our city. larger. advance essential must leave plete line of Clothing, Gents Furnish the interests of Richmond. They Groceries for we are always the lowest. to a dignified prominence in the world are and the Climax but voices physical growth. Where the flowers Each department is in competent hands, SEOBKT SOCIETIES AND IX)DGKS. live and progressive and nn thinir that of trade aud challenged the respect, the iugs, Shoes, Hals etc. and when I say that Richmond is the "Xouts jot 5ooi Soois &w&. .0X0 T?xvces, tends to help thsir receives the sentiment of the people kifsed the morningdew and the primeral- best governed city in this section, I but The: orders represented here areas fol- attention and the admiration which such Mr. Streng carries nothing but good substantial support. cityThey are their very forest echoed onlv with the voice of nagoods. lows Elks, Knights of the E. 0., Odd conditions legitimately entitle her. He is able aud experienced popnlar iu commercial and social circles when it saj's: "We are proud the warblers stands a busy, active and state an absolute fact which will bear Fellows, Masons, Knights' Templar, buyer and watches the eastern markets of Richmond, and representative the closest scrutiny. IX CONCLUSION. closely for barftains in good goods to of business men. Such menareacredit to Knights of Pythias, etc. of you boys," wherein Ken- prosperous city.of this city has been The growth oun CIIUKCIIES It may be said in all candor that for his patrons. He carries an exten- us and it is with pleasure that we LIGIITIXC. FACILITIES. chronicle their success. tucky can you be beat? solid aud permanent. This progress There are no institutions worthier of Richmond by night is brilliantly lit Richmond possesses all the elements sive stock of goods which are bought casn anu ottered to'lns customers has been the result of the systematic the appreciation and love of the com- up by THE RICHMOND ICE CO. an improved gas system, which essential to a steady growth on a last- ior We feel sorry for the busi- and energetic use of the advantages munity than the churches existing in is owned and operated by a private ing foundation. As a class the people at roniakably low prices. He is out for bestowed, are intelligent and highly cultured, and business and if you want a fine suit of Owned, and Operated By Mr.. 0. R. Tevis. ness men who y failed to get which nature enthusiasm coupled with their midst, identified with its earliest corporation which has a twenty-yeand determi- growth, throbbing with its life, particithe energy of the business men are liberal, progres- clothes or a medium suit oLclotbeB, or In reviewing the business interests of franchise. their advertisements in this nation. sive and entertaining. If the reader anything in the line of Gents furnish- the city of Richmond, pating in its reverses and sharing in its OUR VKESS it is with ings, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Industrial enterpises have added prosperity. They seem to be invested seeks edition. We know that pleasure that I calL your attention to is represented by the Climax, Rich largely to the wealth of the city. Ho with a personality to be loved and it will he to your Interest to visit Mr. the, A SOUTHERN HOME well equipped and uplo date plant niond's leading weekly newspaper, now see their mistake in not citv in tliis section can boast of a better like oue of our household. There which where the climate and soil are all that Sreng's popular store. You get there of the Richmond Ice Co., which is I has the largest sworn circulahelping us to make it a suc- or more hospitable class of people than ban never in the history of nations been tion of any paper in the county. The heart could wish, where plenty peace the best goods for the least owned and operateclby-Mr.D- , R. Tevis. can be found in Richmond. They are an influence of such greatness as that guaranteed in all cases. . one of our progressive and profit may be found, where hearts and representa, and weekly cess. Do better next time thrifty, prudent, economical and ener- wielded by the hande of the church, Register daily, air. Streng is personally one of Rich tive citizens. While this plant and homes are open to the deserving, is not a bright afternoon paper, getic. I commit no error when I rank and those noble old traits one sees in let him heed the call of .Richmond to mond's leading and able business men. Uhejlargest in the Slate, yet it makes bo's. y and the Fantagraph a paRichmond ameng the most progressive manhood may be attriouted to the good come and see, aud we pledge to all a He is a nopnlar favorite with ail who as pretty a three hundred pound block per, which is Republican The advertiser's in this of the smaller cities of Kentucky, influence that our churches and their The press ot Richmond is in politics. cordial welcome. This is an ideal place know him He is a courteous enter of ice, as can be found in (Kentucky, thoroughly when I speak of her natural advantages for a Southern home. among us. enterprising taining gentlemen aud socially very and the ice made here is made rom appre- as inferior to none, and of the possibili- divines spread has been particularly fearless, is enterprising and is repre- business men are fullyThe to edition are up the stand- popular. He is quito an enthusiastic pure distilled water. The capacity of Itichmond sented bv men of brains and pluck who Our entire stock of SUMMER GOODS to be sold out reciative people who knov' a ties so bouutif idly foreshadowed; when blessed: its divines am men of talent, strive to give tho news in a manner ard when It comes to enterprise, push bicyclest and has just organized the tins plant is six tons per day. gardless of cost. Richmond Bicycle Club of which he Mr. Tevis, speak of the city as the site for coming Christian zeal and eloquence. All the I aud business the genial proprietor of the a good advertising medium industrial enterprises, the products of various denominations are represented that will meet tho approval of their of the times ability. They are abreast was elected President. He is a gentle- plant in everything that perhas done much towards advancwhich will find a ready market in all and have large aui handbouie edifices. patrons and readers regardless of party tains to the advancement of Richmond. man with whom it is a pleasure to meet. ing tho interests CLOTHING, SHOES, GOODS, see it. when of Richmond. He DRY Or politics civilized countries; when I speak of her I take pleasure in writing ol and intra He has a fund of good storie?,.which he is inteiested :tlso in in the Richmond IIEK SOCIAL EXCELLENCE AS A "LACE FOR INVESTMENT. Everybody in Madison institutions of learning, modern Ameri- is rarely rivalled elsewhere. ducing the representative among them-t- knows how to tell in a most interesting Steam Laundry. He. is one" of these Men's tind Boy's Clothing- lower than ever was known. Come RichCounty will read our special ca; when I s'Ksak of her business men mond there is a degree cultureIn re- No city in Kentucky offers belter inthe readers of this edition of the manner. pleasant courteous geiitlemeu who deand everybody audget the bargians. will give them a as wide awake", progressive citizens; finement which commands and obtains ducements. Money placed as Joans Climax. edition. He sizeinKen-tucky,iia- s' serve the success he has met with. What city of good rate of interest. when eulogise her churches and elocommands a C. Beaubeoard Poland. good opportunity to find out by' better, braver, or has made a SBceeas of her lovely respect and admiration. Realty can be turned over safely and and'ifrdMiifaUMtiea to the that the Climax is ior the quent divines, and picturesay enough. IIAXKS homes, I can officials than wants of his ptrcae. "If yo handsomer profitably. K, people first, last and all the Richmond k the hardly business cen- Itichmond has four good solid bank- retHras. and.Rental property earneinfair The courage of the bottle did Cerve Richmond? city you the natural A ra's crew uo good.. Drank or sober the can beat best aad purest in fact, averythlsg is keiiit"froTh time. ter of a vftet country, enormously rich ing houses as follows; The State Bank 1 coadttios. " Spa&lsh gunner ia a Beseatily. us talk. Ricbneud Ie Co. . . IfrsxT DoortoJParmbks e Bank. niumty are here represented in picture and in type The reader may scan the paj-eof C. DKAURKGAIID ruLAND, thiij edition and liave before of Richmond Tho him a bird's-eyview of Kich Mliinti-d- ,CitynliiinM in ihi' i.ilianninlin ntr r ino:id and its life. vn inn of fnim For the credit of Mr. C. i lllili". ami 12) ini Tni II!)isiiii :unl JJ.raureird Poland, theyoiinir iHt. iiiul out" of llip pr. f KfiiiiukV mot S mtliern writer and journalcities. ist, who has prepared nearly I.'ir!iinoiid iri four biiilmjr alltf which are in e.ce!li nl all the matter for this edition, 'iiihti mi :md at all tinier rcaiU loptm a i J vh' is a j mrmlist of line miiwy in iiiitMiiieutN lh.it nrlit tin' ri'v. capacity and extensive exfil iii,tl;ii,iiilk-- AMiitoflir.u-lij.ir .iii.i Meriinc-- s vigtir .u.tl tcn..f.ti perience i i this especthe lift f til i.ar!cii.e all The nirit-- nf citii- inelhuiU and ial line of work, we wish iiiHiihiaK full of lit t It things (hat : n norn, mid Hum, aie rusulutclv UiihliiiL'a to say that his success is as of minor iuiportaiifeiniiiciiihelves, but LiiObUiiuial cummercial and mdustrial a.s link, m a cit thai beiMiih to hem- i! iim,n... f when taken in rratifyiiu to our patrons as chain of circumstances, tliey )ossess a and will worthily represent thebtrong-es- t features ol our advancing and proit is to ourselves. During-th- value that i not to be discarded. But of the thousand-- ) of every day happenings gressive civilization. It it. assuring to few weeks that he has there are many that are of no signifi- the visitor and investor to pass a week been at work among our peo- cance, and it is perhaps more the con in a city that betras no sign of doubt- ditions that fxibt as a general result ol ijng or waiting, but everywhere gnes ple lie has impressed them tliesi' small things that should be taken token of sublime faith and resistless most faforably by his happy as the pulse of the living corporate energy. To one w hose nature is mainly body. Caiw produce these conditions timed to the minor address and business like however, and while further ou and ill love of sentiment iskey, and whose all absorbing methods, and our special various other portions of this pnpei the busy, life of this city may seem a will be found many ciicumstance. trifle stern and but even edition is an accomplish- arising secondly from conditions, yet nature cast in thisbrusque, must admirea mould ment which we feel confiden t the object of this edition is to recount the dash, courage and of in brief the successive steps that have the strong workers, who live, love and is a credit to him. pleased our beloved City in the posi- labor in the stern realism of a creative To our visitors and people tion that she now occupies. mpritR and intensely practical life. FortunateI'irluiinml llw. iitv wlinsfi I ly for habit of of Madison County, we would record, has never had a "boom." Its divisionRichmond the accursed blighted and strife which has s.iy: Take this paper home "ro"th ,,!te been teady and natural.- the prospects of many a city is unIf the spiderb of conservatism are al- known here. with you and htudy theadvan-- t lowed to spin the webs of caution in CHEAT ENTEIII'ItlSE of vour County and the window of opportunity, the t":ei of a citv m:iv liccome as oblivious and boundless publicspirit afe stamped County se;it: preserve a copy lo that winch betokens a splendid fu on every feature of the city. The e are for everything that promises to of it. as a valuable compen- ture as the bats are to the movements build up and strengthen this beautiful of Venus or the oscillations of Jupiter. dium of information for refer- Itichmond has natural resources and city. Merchants, bankers, capitalists, farmers, traders, newspapers ence concerning- our home af- favorable environments beyond any body in this community and everyare busily city of its class in Kentucky. It has a fair busines and people. develojK3 these resources. working and planning fora city of 25,000 disposition to s f tree. thnriKhwIimc branches The list gleimoi hanlijlit file?. Here are temple proudly rearing Their till sentinels on high, speaking to a t hrit.tinn people Of a home b- - ond thes-lt- . e I iiliii-"r-i- c 'iiii-iiiu:i- Il K'iitiu-Iy.iu.:it.- - ijjtii-i- . i i- -. iiTi-i-- t pn-i- tt-ih- l ! ' It,,,,!, ,. Milijii;;.iti...i .r n uildrrnc!-l.- i Imiii.i.i ii e- -. I'l.cy uc-ili. c: i.l high in .i.i! iiiiiRigu and ch.uai tci. rplc.ldill Wtllklll .lllil UIO.lt tell.lU- iiy and of imp-M-- , In. I li.illi.lk-- f.iilli in the llltuic ihfir town ami tributary loinim. anil until- lially by aM'iup.thetii' inagiietiMii to ilut city tiiliur men ol kin- tiu-i- i i:Ii..i:uut till u c.iiii- - to be the i.ill. ill- - point a:i.l nailing cenicr ..f tiiu hole r.-i- on The lourt m w tilt ami mihiniicd hrfii,ls il. . mi ful Dio.nl t'.. nil. :i ti ii.pitliei.Me iij. a iko Wi.rthy of ilieinoiibaiiil ilh loi'.'iti.iii, ami hei t'it x Mi, nie lo ila cnrxiiigilie work to .i .pic mini iMio In ill.-- . i'iu-- t uiiilcrciiriuut ..f thelivi's iIiim :nv l.ving iieic theie m dmibtle a warm ;qi1.u.l-i:ttl.,l- l i,l tlie poellralid LiiMl, i, in i.i I lie cm. .nun. inwrivcr lllc O .. KM'g.llfll III ,1 III t bf.-ilitif- s u rrxsfMvvkMWL c sjf & t 'i ' r ft-z.- p : ? . r ms ass - xrv tww- - i x- ,vl-w- . . jdvvn hit rm jt I . We Don't Know a Thing -&-,f v 1 ';?;;- - :&?& A-- , s-- " 'Wtv. & - a u Abniil llic color of fool wc;ir ior ne! Therefore1 we )rojme o e! SlllllllHM'. every pjiir of our present. Mock ;il out c rcirnrdle.s f eosi. 1 -, . l i r i a- -, tln-i- r ljjur .mim, the price wo ;u 111:1 k inirj :u hem Mih accomplish tho o inject. Jt. will v. you to call at. oiico ant! make v c.-irrv Wo will no! over ;i 1 con-icctio- n scloctions. - i Phone, ATo. 21. Freeman Bros,, , First Streft. mmmmsiMwmswmBis 3B!WSBe5t3ssii;r5rr as jwbwbji1 - :i Mmm. -- ..; . . - ii w mil n High Steppers, Full of Style - self-asserti- l&S:,'i"rV"-- ? - fv f.--- '(f'JjJsKm ....-r- . -- TwnirnfffMaw JL X -- X peo-iil- i- pet-pi- X 'jrm'tm. &wszrvna!c&sifaGrts!a ' "trt z i- -. v y o. T iih c.w - X And knee action, and a hat some cart, trap, bu,-carriage combined makt-swell turnout, fit for a Kit . We have all kinds of vehu-'for fast driving or for f.tmiU use in surrevs, runaiHuty road wagons of all Our is beauty r s . - kind-Burr- The Central Universit-- , the Madison Institute and the Caldwell High School are In- ou. iamefc to-d- av li. lCieCTeaT. Jno. Donelson, Proprietor. wide-awak- e 1 WeAreUptoDate aifl sate, Mafe, - re-elect- ed to-da- y. lbo P ?a3fe3, to-da- y f3. te re-elect- d, - te To-da- y well-kno- the' go-ahe- -- iBW &rass GREAT EST &Toce,T Compau'Q. CLEARANCE SALE OF ar the' chet-ish- ed money-satisfa- ction 5uimimer - semi-weekl- y te semi-weekl- -- up-to-dat- e; Goods Pw Ever Known. t the' BATS, It I its hard-wot- k If W wt mew tom wmmm Nat. ft i " h. 3 "U " v ''..-j- ..jjf- - "X. '. -- If 1$ it rs 4- - & t 35 P , tesL. : -- a rg,t!"&5S&m3m! a,- - "S"1"-- ' CENTRAL UHUSin OF DUCT. South, and in Lindsay Hughes Blnnton one of the grandest and most successful educators. LINDSAY IIUGIICS BLANTOX, 1) OUR LEADERS. The Populsr Establishmeil of Powers and I., Karris. CHANCELLOR. ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN agement and indefatigable labors THE SOUTH. THE FACULTY A LEARNED ONE MAGNIFICENT BUILDINGS ESTABLISHED 1874. Dr. Blauton, to whose eflicient manas Chancellor the University ow es so much was born in Cumberland county, Vn., July 29th. 1832. and was graduated at Harapden-Sidne- y College; also at Danville Theological Seminary, Danville, Ky. His first ministerial service was Richmond is very proud of Central University, and she lias a right to be 'f here are perhaps more happy liomes in Kentucky presided over by graduates of this University than any other in the State. So famous and popular has this Institution become that it has drawn to its patronage thousands of students representing almost every State in the Union: It is not unusual to find in the same classes here tile sons of New York and Texas', or of other States equally as far separated. For a quarter of .1 century the Central University has enjoyed the fullest confidence of the peopleoi Kentuck3'. Vast improvements hae been added to the institution from jear to year in ihe way of dormitories and other necessary buildings. They are now erectine a handsome gymnasium building. The training received here is just what a young man needs in a business, or practical life, and the work is 60 admirable and thorough that that it has enabled manv r.f itu htiiilpnts In pstnlilisli tlim- fcelves in the world and make glorious! w ere increased.and the grounds beautified and ornamented with additional streets, drives and shade trees. New and large sums were now added to the endowment, and it is needless to say that under the impetus of such success the University continued to prosper. In the fall of 1S97, in connection with the University at Richmond, was established the College of Law, with Judge William C. Chenault and Hon. R. V. Miller at iis head. Such moves as these fully show that the University has lost none of its youthful vigor, but is steadily improving each year. With an institution in this State so thoroughly equipped to do the best work in higher education, and striding so rapidly to the front place among similar institutions in this country, it is unreasonable for our youth to seek elsewhere for their Alma Maters. The facilities University is now resting upon a good financial basis in all four of its colleges Medicine, Dentistry, Law, and that of Philosophy, Letters nnd Science. with the Presbyterian Church, at Versailles, Ky., then at Salem, Va., then as Chaplain in the Confederate Army. In 1SCS he became pastor of the church at Paris, Ky. Here he was not only instrumental in building up the church to greatly increased strength and efficiency, but threw himself with all his energy and rare executive ability into the work of building up the educational interests of the community. Local institutions of learning took, under the stimulus of his enthusiasm, new lite and euergy. His ripe scholarship, rare executive ability, and indomitable energy soon led to his recognition as one peculiarly fitted for leadership in the great work of public education. When the chancellornhip of Central University became vacant it was natural, therefore, that young, comparatively, as he was, he should be called to that important post. One of less courage might have shrunk from the position tendered him, encompassed as the institution was with financial problems of the gravest nnd most ominous character. Not at all discouraged by difficulties, he threw himself into the work of establishing the credit, consolidating the finances, and broadening the range of scholarship and the sphere of patronage of the institution. As another has truly thorough observation of tho business interest of Richmond demonstrates the fact that all branches are sustained by creditable estatlishments, conduct ed by capable business men, who are fully abreast of the needs nnd requirements of the times. Richmond has a state reputation for having within her bounds, one of the best known and most popular saloon in this section. Wo refer to the leaders Powers it Harris who conduct one of the leading and representatives Saloons in town. These gentlemen are very popular with the people of Madison county and at their place one finds the choicest of fine liquors, such as brandy, whiskey of old and rare stock, wines, mineral waters, beer in bottles and on draught and other delicious drinks, nlso imported and domestic liqursof all kinds and qualities. If you want strictly first class goods, d served by courteous, polite and attendants jou should visit the handsome establishment of Powers & Harris on First street. The owners of this wellknown are Jerry Powers & Anse Harris, both of whom are wellknown I and popular with the people of their J acquaintance. They are energetic business men who take pleasure in pleasing their customers by selling them nothing but pure and unadulterated goods. They are courteous, entertaining businc-Fmen who have the confidence of all who know them. Call and see them OWNER OF THE CELEBRATED OCCONEECHEE STOCK and get the best in town. POULTRY FARM AND ONE OF THE MOST NOTED A exper-anceastab-lishment DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. ,rTHH"E UP-TO-DA- TE HUSTLERS irsT. Ladies' and Gents' Fine Foot Wear Gents' Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Etc, 207 West Main Street. Col Jo So CARR Fade Print ONE OF NATURE'S NOBLEMEN. AND TOBACCO MEN IN THE UNITED STATES. you will nver rind a better time In all you.i life, if .you live to th ;vi of now. to purchase iurniture and home furnishings than riht lit cep, where fame'.--; pru.l U'ltinle .chines af.ir" Ikcausi' I lrive more of thes. j(H)ds to sell than :iny VrIlY AND WHEREFORE? poi)ul;u- of tic store in town, so that I can make room for immense New Stock which is now euroute fnmi TieS.)ttth c:i:iiiot todaj' bo.istof :i more Lium mis e er nrniture at LoWKit I'lilt Eastern Factories. I am rc inr 1: Icons id wtl irciitlemtm. Owner of one the l:u-rssrvinir msin ;i - DOtiltrv known in Richmond. That s tlie whole tnm? m a smaii otu ii . ,f t.lw mi).,1, :iiit.ifnl KtofiA :iiid l:nu;f.trnis in the before or ever will be tow you can save money. NOW : . .si:ito-'- l t,hi uiMiriiilif nr. f:ii'in wihh : ... "- -, .I'loi'ii o.i .u. 'li v.uoi;vi " - - -. . " ' & lilrn .g WCAVWyViWVWWWW ..- ;i ivwitucKian roi-m msioiis nnd growi ly proiluyts, a. k' $10 op Lounges .Sloup Ifd Bed Room Suites. ho is at home omcj a0Mi:i on a blir.'raas farm.) S up of the latnous Jlackwell's Durham Tobacco President 1.1 up Chillouiers. 13 Folding Beds tsa ... Company, of Durham, N. C, m.tnjfajturrso? Vi celebrated t 3 up IJinmg- ami . eiuer rit.T. up rauies Couches and Sofas Durham Sin kinjf Tob ico," which is used all over the United States and Europe: president of the 1'Mrst National 3 Our stock f Carpets is the 'B.ink, of Durham, N. C: prooitljnt of tho Durham Manufac-- ; largest ever hrouirht to 3 turnip Co.. aud president, vicpresident and director of al-- 1 and includes Moquettes, 3 Richmond other corporations and railroads, lie is connected with a s Brussels, Kurs, Mattings, all of the most 5 most every prominent aud wealthy institution in North $ beautiful patterns,. You au't afford to g And he has not amased his wealth by speculation, but . : buy without in.spectinir our foresight. He has won ever' dollar of it by his f has, by throwim1 his entire ciiorls into hi.- wotlc, become master of i lie largest sm')kin tjbaco plant m the world.) I cany a full line of Undertaking and Embalming Supplies and furnish burial outfits St-- e Caro- - 'on short notice. Mr. M. C Drown unable and experienced man supervises this ctepart-lin- a of North Has is porhipj tli3 rich Jot ma i ii th today, tie is one of the bsL known of Southern men intent. A visit l' my store will eon vi nee you that win frequent New York, Philadelphia, Daltiuiore,. Washing-- , 8 tF fa 3 S W& E3 113 !?M H rl M 1 II n n ra 3 i i. I.: iv. i o itne iv.ioi. unm:e. m IV .isuuig-to- n ton and outer noieu cities during the McKinley celebration whea thePresidentwasj being inaugurated, one of the most noted bands in Washing-- : ton escorted Celonel Carr to the depot and serenaded him in CEHSTTK-iX- j a ro3Tal manner. (Successor to the Collins Furniture Co.i believingthat Colonel Carr is an ardent, partisan Democrat upon the ultimate triumph of the principlcsofpolitioal economy that form the Democratic faith, depends the preservation of IN THE LEAD r said, "Ilia wise methods and cheerful CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. reputations for themselves. The a truly Republican government and the protection of the of students increie every term and GAIeje of J'Irilofjphy, Letters and Science. words soon restored the fullest confiliberties and happiness of all the people. He has re- dence in tne future of the University. With The Larqcst Stock of Goods Ever rights, llidimond, Ky. ttie appreciation of the people rows n Generous contributions to the endowuuuiieu ever bnii iu uiusi; jiuiuico. jjc moocoo h. iuSu SZ yfi. i&. 78 Brought to Richmond. 3i ? . IjJWSJIWi'SWNN' K 8 fl greater :im each year they see its splendid L. II. Ui.vnton, n. i)., Chancellor. ment again began to flow in, and the inA write up of the business and other larly clear, vigorous and comprehensive minti, nominated work. 553 stitution has gone steadily forward, interests of Richmond without men- by a spirit prone to accept nothing on mere authority. His HISTOKICAL. SKKTCII. FACULTY. increasing every year in patronage, would be Central University, now anions the J. V. Logan, D.D , LL. 1)., President. lifting higher eery year the standard tion of this pouular firm, :i Hamlet- like love for the true and beautiful in man and nature hits ae- playing Hamlet without lealins institutioLS of learning in the Synod's Professor of Ktliicw and Evi- of instruction and scholarship, until This wellknown house of BiggerstatT quired an intensity and depth unknown to those who are. State and the South, had its origin in dences, and Professor of Phychologv now it stands abreast of any similar in& Oldam is one of the leading and larg- strangers" to this clear and fearless cost of unshadowed the Southern Synod of Kentucky, and and Logic. stitution in the country, and is regard- est in this section of the State. They In business his broad grasp of compre- the Memorial Educational Convention, L.G. IJjrbour, D. I)., LL 1)., Profes-so- j ed as one of the chief ornaments of the have recently moved into the large haunted thought. Ky , on the 7th and held at Lexington, .sg. of History aud Bible. commonwealth." building recently occupied by Joe, hension and hold mentality find a congenial field. bth of May, 1S72, which was composed J Dr. Blnnton, while devoting his chief where they have the most complete J. T. Akers, Ph. D., Ford Professorof While attending a bigFree Silver Convention in Omaha, of a number of friends of learning in English Language and Literature, and energies to the development of Central stock of furniture etc., ever brought :v shnvr, while buck Colonel Carr made several bril- Church. the Southern I'resbytenan :- University, has been intimately and to our city. Embracing handsome Professor of Modern Language. . si The members of thi Uonxention, &&, honorably associated with every great folding beds, bullets, china closets, liant speeches, which won for him much p raise and commenda-- J 2:1 C. C. Crooks, M A., Waltcis Profeswhoe purjuj-- e it was to take steps movement of the church in Kentucky. sideboards, dinning ami center tables, tion from the people and several newspapers came out sug-1establishing a Cnristian institu- sor of Mathematics. As a director in the Theological Semi chamber suites, parlor suites, rocking Colonel Carr to be the free silver candidate for Presi- - Ay Robert M. Paiks, Ph. I) , Professor of r of the highest order, and under the J. t tion nary at Louisville, he has rendered in- aud dinning chairs, and m fact everyauspices of the Syi.od of Kentucky, Chemistry. the United States and offered him their valuable assist- - 'JJ valuable service. He has been from thing to be found in a first class furni dentof organized themselves into a permanent A. Wilkes Smith. D.D. S, M. D., the beginninga warm supporter and a gsance. All of which he thanked them for in his quiet modest ture establishment. association and offered to the Synod Professor of Physiology. in the great work of wise counsellor They also have a magnificent line of manner, yet declined. At the Bankers Association meeting in, 7p for founding such an their Gordon Paxton, M. A., Professor of S nodical evangelization. He is recog- undertaking goods and are prepared sm 01 the movement was Latin. Ga., recently Colonel Carr was theonly freesilver Bank NM institution. Thus nized as one of our strongest and most to conduct funerals, etc., in style to Atlanta, inaugurated which resulted in the espresident in attendanceand he was called upon to make a talk. Charles 11. Pepper, M. A., Professor scholarly preachers, as one of our moat suit. tablishment of the Universitj. The sum of Greek. The individual members of this big He responded in a quiet dignified manner and gave them a profound and erudite thinkers, as one iO.tKW was subscribed as a begin of g; the- firm are Mr. R L. Biggerstatf and S. A.. Profes- of our soundest and Lieut. S. P. Vestal, U. talk on the white metal that put them to thinking. He is an 7 uing, which was thought sulllcient to ologians. His influence is perhaps sec- Mr. Wm. Oldham, two of our most sor of Military Science and Tactics. open an institution. 7K and able speaker and explains his views in a clear m ond to that of no member of the Synod prominent business men. They carry eloauent Elizabeth F. Uowden, Elocution. The most singuine friends of this manner, using no unnecessary verbage, and it of Kentucky, to which he has devoted the only complete stock of goods in and concise enterprise could scarcely hae believed, Edwin L. Green, Ph. D., Professor of Of a studious nature, MKSv so assiduously and untiringly his service. their line to bo found in the city. They becomes a pleasure to listen to him. when the doom of this institution were Greek. -be carefully weighs his points, and in a tilt with his adver (Is) are in every particular. m--w rWkfT m A thrown open in 1874 for the first time, -J. II. Chandler, 15. L , Adjunct ProS 1 MW They want your business. You get sary srenerallv manasres to come out tne victor. Ss M fr fifteen years, most of which fessor of English. that within THE CENTRAL UNIVERSITY courteous attention and full value for Colonel Carr is a generous as he is rich, and he has were years of fluaiicial depression, the OF KENTUCKY, your m m j INsTKOnOIld AND ASSISTANTS. money at their establishment. "iven manv thousands of dollars to Lolleges, unurches ana H fa I Jk tv Vniveroity would weather a most tryThey invite you when in the city to other objects too numerous to mention. When the first call .1. Sanderson, in the Classics. S. ordeal of adversity, aud yet so im ing ii it. m.ANTON, i). i) , Chauceller. make their store your headquarters. 11. 15. Fleece, I. S, in Chemistry. prove and commend ithelf to its for volunteers was made in the present war and the Durham J. V. Norman. 15. L , in History. sub- rxt mesmm Military Company offered their services, this nature's noble i urn that they should rally and xmfmiii&Bv'w COLLEGES E. DEATHERAGE AND COMPANY, n raa j r mi luaxir mtbi Jm if iniiiii nm scribe three successive additions to the G. O. Cooper, in Mathematics. man came to the front and announced to the Company that & College of Philosophy. letters and Professor Harbour, Librarian. : endowment the first of ?00,000 aud the The Leading Grocerymen. while they were away battling for their country, he would Science, Richmond, Ky.; J. V. Logan, , ... ............ other two of $100000 each. Yet such U Prof. Parks, Seciotary of the Faculty. D. D , LL., D., President. i. i'i i 'i ii NV NMZ Nl The elegance and handsome appear- caretuny iook arter tneir iammes aim reuinves m-- i see umu Mb V S J..ii.-..--9--aIk-sie-sfik-sSEvery dollar was raioed in the case. Hospital College of Medicine, Louis- ance of Richmond's groceries and they suffered not for the necessities of hie. "COLLEGE OF LAW. tsv- tez - Tax ' 7 7 '.' ' ' (J, the S.ate of Kentucky, and almost ville, Ky.; J. A. Ltrrabee, M.D., Pres- there are many of them has been freColonel Carr's great business ability, his strict adherJHchmwul, Ky. tirely among the Alumni Association quently commented upon, and by none ence to honest principles in his transactions, his record of ident. L. H. 5i,anton, i. i)., Chancellor. aud the fcouthsrn Presbyterian Church visitors. Rich- - frugality, the conspicious exampleneuasgivenotti Louisville Collece of Dentistrv. .Louis more that es. Ttiis speaks volumes for the libermoud is particularly fortunate in the r r t r i great generosity witn great weaiui, auu Win. Chenault, President, Professor ville. Kv: Huurv B. Tilcston. 1). I). S . ality of Kentucky people. AXJ , possession of artistic aud handsomely pilityoi j fT "ra Pleading, Com- President. honor and domestic virtues these thim conspire to reucter was inised, sullicient of Elementary After the fund ranged grocery stores, and among the at College of Law, Richmond, Ky.; Wm. that the South has ever pro for opening the institution, several mercial Law, Real Property aud Crimleaders I take pleasure in calling your him one of the finest characters Chenault, LL. 1)., President. towns became warm competitors for inal Law. duced and one of her greatest benefactors. attention to the elegant 6 to re of E. C. Beauregard Poland. the location of the University chiefly UXIVKRS1TV HIGH SCHOOLS. J. V. Logan, LL. D., Professor of Deatherage & Co., on Main street. It Anchorage. Danville, Paris Civics, M-thus- l;ih, I!!:.! PRICES TALK! i Jjod li3s 3 fii3 533JJI3 'mi fit ir f v-V- J "J3i)3?33 vf -- f "Ah! who cm tell howiiard it. ; to climb '1 - . e m-I- 1 1 fc,--, : l ,- - it,-- --- -- ar- - ! s HIHiHsliSiilWHHIB i ? - i ' "J-Jul- l jjj!M'gggw'ffifrM I ! Car-jolia- a. -- tK-k- - i . i.i. ?i- - . -- l ULi nffalSS ED "1 i, TJ3STI"X7"ESIT"3T. Wl nuin-he- "" .t ......,ci.v vi!viivfi(vviivi.'Vfcl'MiJNiMiNS lfclIfci8fei8feSISWIfcMft ifsntv' ve mure nuui m exenanee ior your wneai xrn Will - "Nrl-vilr:- ;s; to-va- "' . . tnan any LiLUIi. ms umpc best-equipp- te ?. xr u -- mm? hr s JT .w T v; . - sun-porte- rs - ' wm ' en-- 1 V5im!3P& IjiftVftVt'!' ti tit" 1-f--- rtfM " zixixzx nilvi,OViVMMUMM'M - . k- -- tjk tjk -- non-reside- nt j j Bardstown, and Richmond. The wisdom ,f ing the last named as the seat of the University has been amply vindicated by experience. The new institution was onened in September, 1874. At first there were only two colleges, the Hospital College of .Medicine, locate! at Louisville, Ky., and the College of Philosophy, Letters aud Science located at .Richmond, Ky. Recently the College of Dentistry was at Louisville. Rev. J. W. establishe-D 1., was elected President of Pratt, the College of Philosophy, Letters and Science. For the position of Chancellor of the University Rev. R. L Breck, D. D., was chosen. In a short time the period of depression came and Dr. Pratt was forced to return to the pulpit. Soon after, Dr. Breck and other members of the Faculty resigned, and the number of students was greatly decreased. After a few years Col. Bennett H. Young, of Louisville, Ky., came forward and suggested a re organization, and renewed the efforts to establish ths University on a firm financial basis. To the vacant Chancellorship, Rev. L. R. Blauton w as chosen. This proved to be the turning point in the career of the institution. Rev. J. V. Logan, D.D., Pb. D.,wbo was prominently connected Mith the establishment of tho institution, was now elected President of the j The first step tnadeby the Chancellor was the securing of contributions to the endowment fund to the amount of $00,000, with which the edacational Faculty. Political Scieme and Richmond Preparatory, Richmond, is tho man of advanced business ideas R w iml.ri A llf LL. n.iroC!,S0I ICy.; J. II. Chaudler, B. L., Principal. and progressive bpirit who is most suc- Torts, Evidence. Equity of t;,,,,.,,. S. P. Lees Collegiate Institute, Jack- -' eessful in the&o days of sharp competi-sorjornontions and American enterprise, and Mr. Ky ; J. Marion Moore. M. A.,Presi- Deatherage strickingly exemplifies the P. Pichard Taylor, M. D., Dean, Pro- dent. fessor of Materia Medica and Hardin Collegiate Iiibtituto, Eliza- - characteristics of that class. He is not onli' a umn of K00fl 60unc conservative hethtown Ivy. 'business ideas, but is what is known Philip F. B.irhour, A. 14., M. D., ProMiddlesborough University School, , ovupvf . . vjiw !. )liv uoa ilUOllVIt fessor of Chemistry and Metallurgy. Middlesborough, Ky. J. R. Sterrelt, He has one of the neatest and best OTIlCU INsTUUCTOUS ASSISTANT TO THE 14. S., President. kept grocery establishments in the State. FACULTY. He carries an extensive line of staple JOHN D0NEIS0N. C. R. Shacklettej D.D.S., Assistant and fancy groceries as well as all kind to the Chair of Operative Dentistry. of tables delicacies etc. He also carA representative business man wlio ries a beautiful stock of china A. 14. Weaver, D. D.S., Assistant to and the Chair of Oral Surgery and Dental is at all times ready to advance the glass ware, including dainty best interests of Richmond, is Mr. for table decorations etc. Pathology. y John Donelson, owner of the This house can well pride itself upon John C.Blair, D.D.S., Assibtaat to Carriage Works. He .makes and the Uliair of Prosthetic Dentistry.Crown handles at his establishment anything the quality of groceries and provisions otlered to i its customers purity and Bridge Work. you desire in the buggy, carriage or everyD. D. S., Assistant to the wagon line. Ho also operates a big and cleanliness characterize J. A. Posey, thing and the honesty aud conChair of Orthodontia, Technics and blacksmiUiing and repair shop. scientious regards for Uie wants of their Anasthesia. If you want first class npto-dat- e trade has built up a custom tint is not The faculty is highly eflicient, heing work and good goods see him. only extensive, but with the best people composed from the leading educators of the city and county. Mr. DeatherC0LENAN NEFF. and instructors of the Soutii who real age is very courteous and liberal in ize that their duty lies not only in his methods, and these splendid qualiwork, bnt to A wellknown youug business man ties of heart and head have made him training in class-rooin his line is the deservedly popular in this community. guide them in the path oi enhghtments who is and to teach them the most essential gentleman whose name heads our Possessing as tie does the esteem and aud fundamental principles ol educa- sketch. He has recently accepted the good will of the people he demonstrates he is in every way worthy of the tion. No higher or praiseworthy duty agency of tho Pine Knot Coal Co., that measure of success that has large upon the American peo- With headquarters in Richmond and crowned his business efforts. ever devolved This is one of Richmond's ple than that of the education of their has opened up yards and offices near children, or has been more conducive to the R. N. I. & J4. Depot. Telephone and progressive establishments. They invite you to visit them it you want j.1tnTi.unt. good form of government. It is certainly 21. tntitn ilnl inuftioa faltf.v'irrw man who erieg eto. Courteous treatment and gratifying to us to note tliat we have in Coleman is a popular the beet the Central University one of the takes pleasure in asking for a share of of thoh? goods to be found are features store. KrandertEducatiotial Institutions iu the your business. n, j Thera-pftnties. Druju" .irrrrwna All the Ladies Who Want Bargains Read This! a a ,..,,,', "... ,... .,,,.... im.dfi V 4 OH. Our ftlanrance Sale is now bric-a-bra- cs Ken-tick- We are offering all Summer Goods at Cost. Ginghams, Percales, Madras Cloth, Lawns, Organdies, Duck Suiting, in fact everything in the wash goods line. Also a nice line of Dress Goods at your own price, Please call and see our line before purchasings elsewhere. I m up-to-d- S ' -- up-to-d- jrvt- Ir. C. Baauregard Poland, the subject of this sketch, is n young Southern Journalistand'Editor of Special, a Industrial; Trade and Souvenir Editions ofBapdly first-clas- s and representative newspapers. Thanks to him, we areable to present to the readers of the Climax atneat and attractive edition, showing the advantages of our cityanU county. well-know- 4 ... - ' , White & Gibson. r II We arc alst ifiifs fir Iitterwick Pattens. fefe&$fefe&& &&K&&&&K Itest.-'f- - ? :' T t-- v ft- - , -- - &. ..F t Ft . i S$3 .'". v. q .'-. ''-- c - , - ar ?lfrw IV-- f Official Directory COUNTY. CIrlCtJIT COURT. COVINGTON, ARNOLD BRO. J. W. Zaring Grain and Mill Company. III h EAST BOUND. Madison county and vincinity as a This is an important acquisition to our am p m Lve Frankfort. S38 representative business house. They county, and is an excellent illustration i W Elkhorn. . 1 3) have seen many clmiiRCsin tlieir lino of of the marvelous advance of modern Switzer. . 8H i ? " Stamping Ground 704 business and in the grocery trade in the science in mechanical lines in the imDuTalU :w i i GeorKetoTu . way of doing business, in the demands provement of milling machinery. In 728 4 (J Lve Georisetoim.. 8 00 4 agricultural country one is necessary of the public, but have constantly Arr Newtown.. 8 11 I' CentreTillc 8K t to be noreast of I lie times, to the other the mills to the farmers, " Elizabeth 8 28 y Paris 8 aud to anticipate the needs of their and the farmers to the mills. This is SepWEST BOUND. customerbin eery way possible. In a home institution, operated and owned t a.m. COCKTT OOUBT. thiN they feel thnt they have been by homo people and everything about Lve Paris 928 Judre I. lI.lMiIlltnn. Arr Elizabeth iu all its equipJ fait ly successful and may be (unluned it is strictly Attorney J. Teri Cobb. " Centreville 038 hn F. White. Newtown. if they feel a seme of jut juii.B in the ments aud is a credit to Madison coun9 t Thc-po- . iTbomn " GeorRcto-WW ncknonledgcd fact that their cMablieli-tiieu- t ty. The mill has n daily capacity of Lye Georgetown Deputy Clerk , C. A Hlh. W M llenrj White. Arr DuralW. W 'Ji of flour and 400 bushels of sets the pace for geueial excel- 150 Sherif- f- II. II. Cotter. Stamping Ground II M Ijtrkey. located so as Jailer Jninet. C lence in their line. Their views of meal. It Switzer II Time or holding Court 11 Mondjty In r rery Elkhorn. 11 K in DEALER IN high standard in quality are too well to facilitate proiulness and a.onth. Frankfort II V OTIirH coi'MT oriiCERS. known to need more than mention. tilling nil outers. The management of C. D. BERCAW, Gen'I Pass W Asecspor T. O. Currr. r rVbol GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'I Supt. J.W. 'Wiurrs. 'Jheyhaye ahas nd3caled that the the institution is in the hands of Mr. J. ?utvrintent-i- t Mirveynr H. F. Kw K. "best" was good enoudh for their cus- W. Zaiiug who is ably assisted by h's Frankfort. Kentucky. t'oroner M.O. llmnn. . llnbetiu tomers and friends, 'liiey have one of son Mr. Allen Zaringywho are gentlemen "mcIii Poor IIoi'M PhyIein-Jo- hn W. Harrin. ."A the largest, cleanest, neatest, prettiest well and favorably known iu this secJ. I'nure. Jail riijfJclnn-and best stocks of staple and tion. nsCAi. CUCRT. o fancy Mr. Zaring has been connected with IT" CiihUir of Couaty Judge and the eight grocries, qucenware, chiun and 85 or the Pence. Time of boUing Court Ucjrular term. May glassware etc, to be found in the city the milling business for many years in aud Utitoker. t'JMN of Richmond. They occipya large snd this section and has the confidence and o -: PCAKTEBL.Y COl'KT. commodious store on Maim street. esteem of all w ho know him Ilia eon Judge P H.rMlllltllll. 2 Time or holding Court 4th Monday In l'eb Their system of dealing with their cus- is an able and intelligent jouug gentle ruary. May. August and November. mm who is coming to the front in a tomers enable them to transact busiMAGISTHATES. 5 5" ness with promptness and their equip- thorough business manner. He knows PlTKIC2,0 1, RICHMOND. ment of fixtures is second to none, every detail of the milling business. N. B. Turpin. Magistrate Ed Constable W. h. Simmons. The equipment of the mill is the liiey are always on the lookout for all (t N writing up the many advantages of our delightful city it is with pleasure that mention PUITR1CT J.O 2, roiiowi the new things thnt will be of interest very best, the new roller process being Magistrate ThomnK 'Willlnnis. J the office force and staff of the Climax, the leading weekly paper in this section of the For few days we will offer EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS to inetr patrons., ine question upper- a marked feature. The fact that the Constable Jmne B. Tnjlor. Ci DISTMCT OJ,OilO. machinery used is the best, is a big State. in all departments. most in their minds is how to sell the gives me much pleasure indeed to write of these gentlemen with whom have 9 Magistrate H, K. Wells. most goods. One all important item advantage itself. 1 Constable- - Ed Carson. been connected for the past thirty days while preparing this edition. The force is headed 2 This mill is in the hands of men w ho I DISTRICT NO 4. ILL1ST0V. in the great struggle to do 60 is price, Magistrate U'vi Metcalf. but not the most important, which they need no introduction to our people, by Judge John C. Ghenault, who needs no introduction to the people of Madison county, this . IN MILLINERY OUR PRICES Constable B. II. Joiit-sbeleive is quality. They buy at first their names stand honesty, integrity distinguished gentleman was for man- - years County Judge of Madison county, and during UIKTH1CT J0. 5. YATES. ARE CUT ONE-IIAL- F 3dad-iso- n Mapietrate Inuil sniullln. hands and can make the price if any and justice, so that the farmers of his administration he fullfilled the duties of the office in a manner that reflects credit upon Constable lt. 1. KtNite. count' have no hesitancy in en55?SS--- 3 one can. The quality and volume of DlflTHICT HO. . OLADK. trusting their interests in this institu- himself and the people who honored him. Not long ago Judge Chenault purchased the their business is suilicieut to awaraut Magistrate John I., (int. tion. Thicr brands of flour are the Climax, the leading weekly paper in this city and began editing same simply for amusement Constable K. B. (imIIowhv. large purchases. They are strong DISTRICT KO. 7. KIKK6YIU.K. ;2 in smail profits and quick re- "Zaring's Patent," Whole Product and and to benefit his party and friends, and he made such a success of it that he became Magistrate Nnthmilel Cotton. other popular brands, which are houseConstable John .. Tvrrt . turns. interested in newspaper work and his editorials are widely copied by State papers. He is DIHTKICT J.O. 8. lillJJOX. They also deal extensively in grain, hold words in manj' sections. Mjtpistrate J. A mnc. 1 1 This institution is a pride and bene- one of Richmond's leading and representative citizens and business men. c buying and shipping etc 'Ko store in Cunstabi Allien mier. K CO fit to our city and county, for where-eve- r Associated with Judge Chenault as one of the Proprietors of the Climax is Mr. A. D. the city welcomes you more cordially J. CITY. the products of this mill are sold, or appreciates your trade more sincererltUCE CODRT. nier, wno acts as business Manager and General Supervisor of the paper. He is a bright HEN'S LAUNDRIED SHIRTS, 25 CENTS DP. ly than they do. They claim that there it advertises our town and count v. Z. Kice. vdge Henrv in the newspaper business and Attorn-J Tnllxlt JnokMin. mill is now buying wheat and and learned 3'oung gentleman who is thoroughly This are more good solid reasons why you -- anChler or Polws J. I. Kwnj. (James M. Allman should trade with them, than there is paying the highest market price for gives the patrons of the paper the benefit of his large experience in newspaper work in the n 5353 "We have bought the entire line of samples of Ladies' not It is the utmost importance to same. All farmers who have wheat way of getting up advertisements for them, etc. He is a pleasant, courteous gentleman who Term. 1st Time or holding Court-a- ril III eterj month for and Gents' Summer Underwear, Ladies' Silk Mitts and ei'ry household that the best groceries see sale will find it to their interest to is in the newspaper business because he loves it and he is perhaps y f IRK IIEI'AKIMENT. one of the best Gloves from one of the largest houses in the East, which we the J. W. Zaring Grain it Mill Co., be iKXigut for the least money, and the Chler J. I."lirltiher. place that continue these and other before selling. This is an established known of Madison county's young representative newspaper men. Chesaps2.ke as. Dliio What he don't know have on sale at about one-haOTHER CITt OtrlCKIlS. tlieir real value. ih good things in this line centers at Cov and reliable house which is a credit to about the business would be hard to learn. Clerk Ith'linnl lliirlaiw. Time of Trains at Winchester, Kv our city. Success to yon gentlemen is ington, Arnold A. JJro.'s large store. OnHector J. W. t'rooke. Next comes Mr. Clarence E. Woods, the Associate Editor. He is one of those brilliant the wishes of the Climax. Treasurer K K Turley The individual members of this Assrt-WEST BOUND. J. II. KfiHHslj. young journalists who has made a splendid record for himself and is perhaps one of the ltoberts. Phj ticiau rer the I'ucir-P-hil firm, are T. T. Covington, W. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom SS a OUR LEADERS. T jn Eastern Express for Louisville COUNCIL. Li. Arnold and T. E. Arnold, able and ablest writers in the State. He i& also the editor of one of the brightest Fraternity Moreheatl and Li'xington Accom. 1 00 J. W. PickeK.G.t;. Prew ll 1. C'lHHdimilh. New York LimiU-F. F V "We are offering special inducements in Clothing: t V i CMKin MhhpIh. A. KCnrse. K. K. McCiuin, eierienced business men, who are The Larcp Busy Bee Cash Store ol W. D. publications in the South, which is published in the office of the Climax." Mr. Woods has It. 1). Bulfani. representative citizens of our prosper EAST BOUXD. Oldham & Company. made a careful study of journalistic work and his success as an editorial writer has been Our $2.00 and $2.25 Pants at HOVKDOr IIKAITII. and Morehead 9 is an the town il 50 Lexington Limited F. F. V.Accom. M. lrs. J.iiilth Kotr. O. A. Kennedy and A ous city. They enjoyanv largest town. One of the largest and most repre- repeatedly noticed by the leading papers of the State. New York Vt lm ' $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00 Pants at and county trade of linn in S 2 00 Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom II 3D pm sentative business houses in the Washington Expre-9 23 jm They are courteous and entertaining HKtl.TH UFF1CKK. Mr. Clyde Hart, the handsome and gentlemanly foreman of the ollice is our next subject " $1.25 and $1.50 Bov's Suits at . 1 00 section of Kentucky is that Accommodation trains run daily except Min Ir. A. Willow iiillli. gentlemen who want your patronage. " $2.00 Boy's Suits at 1 45 dar. Other trains run daih firm W. 1). Oldham & Co., who and he is one of the best and neatest compositors iu the State. no tun or nrcTiON. He can set one of the most " S2.50 Boy's Through sleeping and dining car servur t Mitchell, They give ou our money's worth own and opyiate large establishments Suits at R. U. Gentri. .. 1 S5 New York. Kns AJell Gijle. attractive advertisements imaginable and is quite a favorite with theadvertisersof thecity. " $5.00 Tbomafc Campbell, Z T. S. every time rates or sleeper reemt Suits in Richmond, Mt. Sterling and George- - He 75 For information,K. HOOD, Agent L..VV K) on or write TkACIIKIlS IN Tll CITY PCIIOOU is a courteous 3'oung gentleman who has had large amount of experience in the newspaper " $0.00 Men's Suits at tow n. Their stores at these tow 11s comMen's Principal J. I. Clnrk. at 4 50 or GEORGE W HARNEY. Richmond. K MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS. ,'H. II. Ilnxk. prise three of the largest cash stores iu business and knows all the details of neat and artistic work. U. v. A. C A O. Ry . Lexington. Ky When he gets throuo-- with And for $5.00, $0.00, $3.00 and $10.00 we can give Mi Walker. better Min MHt'tle Powers, the state. They carry a large and com- an ad. or piece of job work you have something tlmt is a credit to any office. Dudley, Afigtanls i Miss The Climax-I-s values, values that competition can not touch. Manufacturers of Marble and Granit Monu- - plete line of everything to be found in Mrs Mary Betts, fortunate in having such a good newspaper man as their foreman. MIks Jennie Ford. ments. EYEB. a large department store. They buv iJMh Alice Arnold. Next comes Mr. Charles Daniel Miller, compositor, who is one of the ablest printers in "Friend after friend departs, for cash and are therefore in position IIFIEK cot KT. Our stock of fine figured Organdies that we sold at y . T. I Who has not lost a friend? PUi-- Juilc lh to give their customers excellent val- uie county, ne is a iasu woricer ana Knows all about the printing business. ll Tun ii He is a brother 10, 12i and 15e. per yd, we are now selling at S.ltc. Juliu II (ialitmnl. Jr. The present schedule of Illinois lentri. K There is no union here ot hearts, llin-ues and good goods for the least money. to the Manager of the office, and a liulillii'.' oiirl Fourth snturdii; road, in addition to shortening the Our 25c. Ladies' Black Hosieiy is a winner. Compe- Memphis and Nev Orleans, has made it turn That finds not here an end!" bright oung man who has quite a future before him in Jhhcm month. They carry an extensive line of dry Ever" to reach all points in VrLm tition can not duplicate for less than 40c. his chosen profession. When death enters a home the hearts goods, Texas. Mexico, Arizona and California r notions, dress fabrics, laces, splendid train service with which the lllm. PROFBSSIONAL. CARDS. of the loving are crushed, and life, it shoes, etc., as well ns a large And next comes George W. White, who does not appear in the picture above, but has line of Central's Memphit and New Orleans Vest iSnl.seems, can ne'er be bright! But Time clothing, "Limited." is equipped males it "Easier Than gent's and Indies' furnishings, had forty-fiv- e years experience in sticking type and knows that the above compositors that Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned Respt. Summitted to Cash Trade, is a kindly old nurse, and hinds up the carpets, territory. A?:02Sr2T3. etc. They carry almost everyThe Central is the only line which runs Kn are engaged on the Climax are the best in the State. wounds, which heal, at last. So, mem- thing you desire and they are selling Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled train- ory is the truest friend after all and their goods at W. MILLER. lrom LouisTille to the south, also a weeV 1 And up jumps the devil? mean, Shelby I. Tribble, who is the office boy and assistant remarkably low prices. Pullman Tourist Car for California, memory is kept alive, in so small de- At the Busy Lve Louisville ettry Thursday Bee Caeh Store you will at to the manager, yet generally spoken of and known in newspaper offices 9 pm att02ney-at-laas ''The Devil," he gree, by the carvers of stone, and the all S H.I ii Arr Memphis Fridiy. times find a pleasaut welcome, is a bright lad who will no doubt be a Richmond, Kbvtcckt. Arr New Orleans I riday 7 t5pin brilliant newspaper man some day. engravers of names thereon! From time courteous clerks Lve New Orleans Friday ft Jpm and the best goods in PROPRIETOR. Office in the Burnam Building, next door to immemorial, all nations, Arr Houston Satuntay 8 15am The people of Madison county should feel proud of this brilliant array of newspaper ancient and the market for the money. Arr San Antonio Saturday Farmer's National Bank. t 45pm modern, civilized or savage, have conArr Elpaso bunda" 3 (5pni Mr. W. D. Oldham, the owner of this talent and of the Climax, that bright and fearless Free Silver paper whose Arr un Angeles Monday 9 pm editors are for sidered respect for the dead a virtue, large house, is one of the best posted Arr San Francisco Tuesda 5 15pm -. S"CTJliZiX"VfiL.2iT, and burial places as sacred. The Egyp- and most enterprising merchants in the the people of Madison county first, last and all the time. They will publish the news just Tku ii Tie Tnt Wnkr Routt U fiEou. tians hewed sepulchres out of solid State. He kaa made a careful study of as it is regardless of consequence and stick to the grand old Democratic party. Success to Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to rock, and built great pyramids as de- his business and Atto km: v- - a w, knows every detail of you gentlemen is the wish of the writer. the territory mentioned will do well to com positories fer the dead. The Romans municate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Paoen it No goods are allowed to bo misKICIIMOXn, - - KENTUCKY. ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. C. Beauregard the hills of Italy with represented in hfs establishment, lie Wm. Alpoud Kkllond, AGP . Ofiice over Tavlor's Hardware store, opcatacombs, in the niches of whiclt they is a courteous and pleasant gentleman, am now closing out the large and beautif ullv assorted . II. Haxsox. G P. A , Lonisiille. K posite Conrt House, on Main Street. placed the bodies of the departed. In full of im and energy, who works to Chicigo, III. dec2M B. L. MIDDELT0N, WHITE & GIBSON, D. B. SHACKELFORD & COMPANY, stock ot Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Fancy Silver later times, a beautiful site is selected give his customers perfect satisfaction P.. HOGG. ware, jNovelties, and Cut Glassware of the late E. H. P. H. by each community for a burial place, in all cases. A cordial invitation is The Handsomest Drug Store in The City. A Representative Business House. Hardware, Importers and Jobbers. Palmer, at ATTO 11X12 Y AT LAW. and here in Richmond, the cemetaries extended to you to visit The technical knowledge, accurate A prominent and progressive busithis establishAmong the old established houses of Kentucky. are made beautiful by the Madison RiciiHoxn, ment. execution and eternal vigilance deman- ness houso is that of Messrs. White & Richmond, that of D. B. Time Table No. : Taking Effect Mr Shackelford & Monumental Works, with beautiful ded of the drugyist i the exercise of his Gibson, whoso popularity iu our city is Co., is prominent by day, May 2, 1MN. -reason of its age, A POPULAR ESTABLISHMENT, Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. and artistic pieces of carved marble and functions in compounding and dispens- second to none. They operate their the great volume of 1st Class. j!d t its business, and granite. The work done by this hotiBe KtST BOUVD. ing (IrilL's and lllfulicillOH are hiipli nailn extensive business on purely business its No. 1 No 73 NT 9 enviable name for honor aud integriIs The Blue Gras Grocery. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex baa is reliable and artistic, and the prices J. G. & D. M. CIIENAULT, nQt attach tQ principles and give their many patrons ty in other bmnch $2,500 00 Worth of Beautiful Sparkling Diamonds at Your governing the work are in keeping with A.M. P.M. A.M. In writins up the business interests of ence, art or profefbion. It is Iherefore the benefit of their extensive experi- housoall of its transactions. The original ATTOHXEYS AT LAW, Own Price 10 2 was Shackelford & Gentry, but 6 52 Versailles 5 39 the financial depression of the times. the City of Richmond, I take pleasure a matter of the highest consideration ence. When it comes to 6 41 Nicholasville It iry goods, is now I). R. Shackelford Kentucky. Iu tlieir marble yards they have some in filling your attention to Richmond, 11 26 Co. The Valley View 8 29 8 00 the popular that only those of established reputa- notions, wash fabrics, gents' and ladies iiouse $1,000 00 Worth of Handsome Cut Glass Goods, 50 per Million 8 13 8 50 1141 occupies large and commodious very beautiful monuments, slabs and establishment owned by the Blue Grass tion for reliability 11 18 Richmond. 8 30 9 15 aud skill should re-- furnishing goods, etc., they lead the quarters on Main cent olF. Ollice on Second street, over Chen- shafts to which they invite your P "I street, which are Grocery Company and operated under ceive popular favor, and in this con- town. Everything carried by 12 13 10 Union anlt's groceiv. this pro- stocked with a full and complete line $5,000 10 05 12 16 Moberley. This firm deal extensively the personal management of Mr. B. nection attention is called to the hand- gressive firm ii new and 00 Worth of Watches, Jewelry and Novelties below Brassfiefd 10 25 12 30 01 tue best class of goods. in granite monuments and execute all Jewett, a thorough and 40 12 35 Panola some pharmacy of Mr. B. L. Middelton, They carry a full and complete line of cost. rZTTSICIAKS. 1 0 11 35 D. B. Shackelford & Co., handle all .. Irvine kinds of cemetery work. They take grocery merchant, who knows every de- on Main Street, which enjoys the dis- fine dress goods, trimmings, laces, etc., kinds of general hardware, including pleasure in furnishing estimates and tail of the grocery business. Here at tinction of being classed as our leading which they are offering $1,000 00 Worth of Antique. Bronze and Fancy Clocks below No. 2 No. 4 No. 8 No 10 to their patrons cutlery and house furnishing 11. GIBSON, DR. II. goods, information at all times. This estab- this well-kecose. establishment one will drug store. The operations of the house at remarkably low prices. many otner Choice Bargains in this line. WEST BOUtD. Ex Sin Ex Sun Ex Sun; Ex Sun uns, ammunition, builders, hardware, lishment is owned and conducted by find the most complete stock of fancy are of a metropolitan character, and the A. at. P. M. p. at. a. m PIIY.HCIA .V AND SURGEON, This firm take pleasure iu extending rubber and leather 11 55 2 0) Irvine belting, kitchen Mr. James T. Hamilton, oncof the best and staple groceries, as well as table . 1 es Panola Kentucky. trade extends throughout this entire to you a cordial invitation to make theii utensils, tinware, Richmomi 225 stoves etc., also a 1 Brass field 230 known monumental workers in the delicacies to be found in the city. Eve- section. The stock carried embraces store your have connected with me Mr. Tom P. Flaig, an expert Moberley headquarters, a pleasant wel1 45 2 44 State. The foreman iu the shop, Mr rything carried in this store is new and pure drugs, chemicals, medicines, per- come will be extended you, and polite large stock of agiicultural implements jeweler, who has had 17 years practical Union 2 47 experience. He is Richmond. Olfice in lie .c I c.lins building, ,8 aad o Sec- W. G. 3 15 and everything iu share of farming 6 0i 2 15 Goucher, has had an experience fresh. Mr. Jewett makes it a rule to fumes, toilet articles, paints, oils, books and courteous clerks will attend t ond Street, over Wuite ..old dructtorc. 6 3 M 339 27. machinery, mowers, wagons, plows etc. one of the finest engravers in the countrv. He has charge Million View your wants. of forty years, and is an able and ex carry the best of everything, His cus- and Valley 3 45 6 31 325 stationery, tobacco, cigars, etc., and of the repairing and engraving department. All kinds of Nicholasville 4 M 10 6 5 The individual members of this pop This firm have a large retail trade that )erienced marble man. Mr. Hamilton tomers are among the best people and in 6 W Versailles 5 00 CIIAS. HOOKER, 750 fact all druggists sundiies. A mag- ular firm are Mr. Veder White and Mr. covers all parts of Madison and adjoin- repairing is executed promptly. has built up an extensive trade in this use nothing but the best of goods. He John R. Gibson, gentlemen who enjoy ing p. ai. p si nificent line of holiday goods are carri a. ai. P.M. ETKIUXA Ii V SURGEON, counties. If you need anything iu and the surrounding counties, and he in studies the wants of his patrons and ed. All trains connect 'rith Louisville Southern The reputation of this house is a high social and commercial standing the hardware Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. iu our city. They are a popular, repreline, it will be to your inevery sense is worthy of public patron- takes pleasure in doing all he can to trains to and from Louisville. Tw'.? '"Be stock must be closed out in a few weeks. Come steadily maintained by avoiding any sentative firm, who enjoy a large pat- terests to get All trains connect with C. N. 0. 4T P train' while the stock is large and make your selections, I'll make age. He is a well known and represen- accommodate them. their prices and quotato and from Cincinnati. method that promises economy at the ronage on account of the abli and un tions before the price suit. Veterinary Dentistry and bterility a Specialty. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher buying elsewhere. Their tative citizen and wants your business If you want to secure any delicacies cost of quality. The prescription de- to tlatc manner in which they conduct up stair, over store recently W. H. ADAMS. Superintendent. d by Richmond Harness Co , East Main St., If you want any kind of Monumental for table use try the Blue Grass Grocery their business. Tliev endeavor to please stock in unusually large and complete partment is given special attention and ' apr7-l- y lUchmond. Ky. their customers by treating them hon- anu orders can be filled with dispatch. or Cemetery Work executed, call on or Company. Special efforts are made the laboratory is fully supplied with estly iu all transactions. Their goods Mr. Shackelford, the proprietorof this write to the Madison Monumental by them to see that all goods go out in everything necessary for rapidly and are unexcelled and their prices as low-a- house, is one of IT. C. JASPER, M. D Works, Richmond, Ky , and jou will good condition as promptly as the orRichmonds the lowest. Visit them and see for carefully filling prescriptions and com Medicine and Surgery. business men, who takes an active receive prompt and courteous treat- ders are received. yourself. RAILWAY. ADMINISTRATOR. pounding medicines. The management Office Collins Rnilding, MainStreet. interest in the upbuilding of our city. ment. Mr. Jewett, the general manager is a of this house is personally Telephone lit retulcace (the Cnrr pUce) on S. L. MIDKIFF. looked after He is a courteous, intellegent gentle(IN KENTUCKY) Brew d way. courteous, polite gentleman, who has by Mr. B. L. Middelton, one of RichSTEWART JONES. man, with whom it is a pleasure to do Kentucky. Riciimono, made a close aud careful study of his mond's Schedule In e fleet Mar 1. 1895. One of tho leading and most progres- business. and representative business, and who is thoroughly business men, who takes pleasure in sive business men in the city of RichThe Leading Caterer in The City. hasthound. When the Blue Grass Grocery asking for a share of your patronage. mond is tho gentleman Sal No.8. No.X G. XT. EVAN'S, M. D., whose name S, NEVILLE MOBERLEY, Ly Louisville 7 40am! 4.05pm 7.4Spm The neatest and perhaps the most Company selected him for their mana- The success 9 Warni &.38pxn 9.07pm Ar Shelbyvllle. attending this house is due heads this sketch. He is an extensive 9.5.Vim 6.30pm 9.S0pm Ar La'rcncob'g .... popular saloon in the city of Richmond ger they made a wise selection and se- in great 10.16am,' 6.52pm laoepra a measure to his excellent bus dealer in fine buggies, surries, phaeAr Versailles. Physician and Surgeon, A Bright Young Merchant. is that of Mr. Stewart Jones, on Second cured the services of a man thoroughly IV? LEADING ia4.iam, TJMpm 10. 2pm Ar Lexington . ... tons, road wagons etc. He has in his iness manner. HARDWARE Amoiijr our younger merchants I No. 6. No. 2. No. 4. WESTBOUND. Kentucky. street, next door to the Climax office. posted iu his business. Richmond, repository on Third street a large line take pleasure in 7.45am1 4.40pm a06am Lv Lexington . calling your attention Here one will find a handsome bar set 8.10am i06pmi 5.27am Ar Versailles..... of handsome vehicles which you are to Mr. E Y. ELDER, PERRY AND THOMAS. 8.35am' 5.30pm 5.45am S. Neville Moberley, a bright Ar La'renceb'g . with fine French plate mirors and cut DR. T. J. TAYLOR, offered to inspect. In style, finish and and 9.27ani 6.19pm 6.23am Ar Shelbyvllle.. . young business man, glass ware which adds much to t lie atUX.Waml 7.50pm 7.50am Ar LouNilIe. . Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, material their is nothing in the State who has The Leader in Bargains. No branch of business is more imrecently purchased the large Trains Nos. 1. 2, 5 saC 6 carry Free Observathat will excell the work done by this Kentucky tractiveness of the house, here the vis- portant to the community at large than Richmond tion Chair Cars. . furniture store and stock of furniture Headquarters Among the many illustrations of the houso. itor will rind the finest brands of rare Mr. Midkifl" has a bigger stock of Mr. for Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, etc. Every- KASTBOUXIX WETBOCSn. Jako Collins, at No. 220 and 222 old whiskeys, wines, brandies, cigars that of the druggist, and this house is progressive spirit which animates the dOffice and residence on Second Street. aud larger variety to select from than Main thing in the shape of Agricultural Implements needed No. 13. No. 1L stations. iNo. 12. No. It Street. He will add a large new etc. Mineral waters, bottle and one of the leading representatives of city's mercantile life, none perhaps is Arf 7JCpm 10.5&un 4 05pm 7 4t)am Lr on a farm is kept by us. the line in Richmond. Their handsome more distinctly marked than the ex- rvui ueioro anu at prices tuat are stock of 6.31 Ipm! 9 55am Ar LanicbrgAr1 ?.25pm 8J5am draught beer. You will ateo receive a furniture and DSJTTAL STJBGEEY. astonishing. You are cordially invited 4.40pm 7J!6am , 10.43am ArHanU-bAr- ' ac in the ample furnished in the thriving and to the establishment, and cordial and pleasant welcome at all store is located on Main htre-t7.35pm llL55um Ar Bur;in. . Lvi 4.3jpmi The Celebrated O. K. of the city and affords prosperous bargain house of E. V. Elder, to visit his pstablishment and inspect will conduct same iu a broad times lrom courteous and experience busy portion WESTBOCSDw lASTBOtfND. d his stock. Courteous and polite atRanges and Cook... manner. He is a thorough busNo. 15. No. 67. iXo. I6.tNo.6B. mixeraligists, who know how to attend ample room for the storage and dis- one of Richmond's leading aad ST ITIOSS. "Dt. "X)atTATv6 "Losou i. tention will be given you. 4.05pm 7.40am Lv LouUvil Ar la.lSam 7.50pm iness man niio has a promising- future . merchants. Hero you will find a Mr. MidkifTalso owns the wants of the customers of the house play of the large and metropolitan All 7.:,l i 5.38pn urn cm muusui l: worn- anai roomng is done by us. Ar Sbe.bvil Ar 9.?7am 8. Vpm and operates before him. you &5?pm 10. 16am1 Ar VenUles Ar 8.05am 3.38pm 4.15pm DKKTtBT, in a prompt aud He is popular m both manner stock. Speaking of the stock, it must large and carefully selected stock of an extensive blacksmith and repair u ia) traae witn 7.15pm 11.10am Ar Mia ray Ar 7. 45am uie leaders, call on of Locisxillz, Ky. business antisocial circles of our city. wail There are Col. 'Wink" Biggerstafl" and be seen to be appreciated. Everything dry goods, clothing, millinery, notions, shop in connection with 7.45pmllCopm Ar Geottn Lv 7. 15am iCOpm his establish- We take pleasure next door to Government Building, Major John Mershon, polite and to be found in u lirst class phamiacy etc., as well as a large and complete line WBSTBOnSD. KASTDOUXD. s in wishing him to 4. BichmSnd. Ky. OBce honri 9 to ment. He is an entertaining business is found at this handsomely appointtd of notions, novelties and other rare tNo. I.tNoTsT novIT-l- y STATIONS. TtNo. 8. tNo. 2. success in his new field He is gentlemen. Mr. Jones, the man who is thoroughly posted in his ,40am 4.U5pm Lt LoujitII Ani0.55aml 7.50pm by Mr. M. G. Urown and an proprietor of this house is one of the drug store. A large and attrnctiws block bargains that invite jour attention. business, and he 5.00pm lOLSiam BjJpmiLr Vers lies AH can tell you the good able of goods is in evidence embracing an Mr. Elder is one of the progressive merlUEam 7 35pmAiCiclllvinAri 6.58am .10pm FREO SMITH. force of courteous clerks. Yon are moat popular men in his line of busi)R. 11.5Spmi 8.30pm Ar Klctmnd Lvl 8.06am! 3.15pm points of a buggy in short order. He 2.00pm ness in the State, and his place is exquisite line of toilet articles, per- chants of Richmond, he has by close Is cordially invited to visit his large and UKpmi JAr Irvine Lvl one of Richmonds live DENTIST. STATIOSS. No. 1. No. 3. handsome store. patronized by the best people of our fumeries, pocket books, books and sta- integrity and prompt attention to bus- citizens over WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. in the lead in any moveover Collins' Grocery, same office Louisville. Lt Lexington . .... 7.40amf 7.45pm city. Jt is the headquarters for prom- tionery aud the most carefully assorted iness and the wants of his customers ments lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bargta. JanlJ-lAr 45am lttXpm that tends to advance tho interSQUIRE 0. P. ARMER, & 15pm 7.45am inent politicans and traveling men. stock of pure drugs, medicines, chemi- won for himself a name that ranks him ests of his people and Ar Knoxvlllo .... town. He is Ar Asbeviile .... a.ittim L!3pm Mr. Jones is a courteous and congenial cals, standard patent medicines etc, among the leaders in his line of busAr Savannah 5.10am C. MORGAN, successful and popular business man. 7JR Ar Jacksonville .. 9.15am gentleman, who takes pleasure in ask to be found in the city, also a full line iness. He is oneof the most able and The Oldest Jeweler in Our CiSy. Ar Chattanooga . of druggists sundries a special effort experienced merchants in the blue grass 8.30am ing for your patronago, guaranteeing L. R. BLANT0N. Squire IX P. Arnier, the old reliable 5. mam: 1. Warn Ar Atlanta Ar Macon. you the best goods handled in the will be made by the enterprising firm section of Kentucky, and studies to DENTIST. jeweler, still remains with us at his Ar Jacksonville . J5pm for yourself that this year to outdo all their previous ef- please his many patrons by keeping a A progressive nud representative stand on Main street, with the same 7.4trem 8.2am Lr Chattanooga ... over Madison National Bank, State. Call and see 11.3vpm ll.Wpm y Ar Birmingham fiichmond, Ky. carcfsily .assorted stock of goods which younir business roan of our citj' is Mr. pleasant smile, ever ready and glad he has just what you want in the liquor forts in the drug business. -- DEALER IJST- to Ar Meridian......... . uam 10.19am. The laboratory is supplied will all invites the attention of the ladies of our u n. jJiauton, wuo deals extensively show you and cigar line. 10.39; un! 10.36am Ar New Orleans..... his elegant line of diamonds, Mr. Jones is one of our progressive the requisite facilites for compounding city. A cordial invitation is extended in coal, liay, straw, oats, corn, No. I carries Free ChJJr car Louisville to watches, clocks etp. Tho Squiro is e Leilncton. there connecting with Solid Df. HAY, STRAW, OATS, and representative business men and the most difficult prescriptions. Messrs. to them to visit his store and inspect siind, plaster, lime, cement, hair, now numbered among our oldest busiTrain carrying through Pullman Sleep-iB-tr Car to B.rrainshainJ Meridian aad New OrPerry & Thomas, the able proprietors, his excellent stock. Mr. Elder has since mlt, etc. His large warehouse and ha? done much to advance the interests uukw, SHIi-STUFcoal ness men, always foremost in developleans, also makes clee conaevtloa at are capable druggists who give their his inception in business won the con- yard is located on Main and B Streets. ing of our town. lor Atlanta. Maaic. Jacksonville Had SAND, LIME, CEMENT the interests of tits adopted home, 13.505 Wert Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, Brunswick. personal attention to every detail of the fidence and respect of the people, and Telephone No. 85. Mr. Blanton will be at Mr. J. B. WilUV , Richmond, Ky. , on No. 3 curries PqHuuh J sleeper Louisville to is one having made for many j ears a most efAND PLASTER HAIR. Chattanooga, and Blrratigbara. also Lacing-te- e Even if you have exerted your full business and we take pleasure in plac- his business has rapidly increased ol Richmond's progressixo young busiWEDNESDAY, AUGUST IMh, IS98. ficient county official as magistrate. to Jacksonville via Hot Springs, AahevIUe. abilities, and success seems doubtful, ing this popular establishment before within the past few months, until to ness men, ivho lias by close application aad PuHman. Union Sleeier Leitegton to New returning; every aecond Wednesday of each In tins issue you will find his advertiseOrleans. month Reference every physician of Rich- train your mind to review results the people of Madison county. Cour day his establishment Com en has gained a to business won for himself success. ment adorned with his likeness Betting Sts. t Dally excep (Sunday. feb!6-lmond, Ky. calmly. Be sanguine. Worry, not teous treatment and polite and efficient place in the estimation of the people of He takes pleasure in attending to A. WHEfXKT, P.&T.A-- . 3,T.Swiit. P.JtT-Athe forth the advantages that can be had Telephone No. 80 LffTtwgton. Ky. work, is the bane of many lives. Try clerks are motto's of the establish which the proprietor may well feel wants of chia patrons promptly Jfi Jl9Vv57U0f and by giving him a call and getting: his F.S.Qjl JHHHf. 3d V.P.A G. C, J. K. Cwu.T. It again. Ex. &5U ment. proud. coUrteoHSlyr n (9CUSEd& U. Waawactos, D c pricee. Lw.a.twmco.i'.a.. Wa.TAT&wtA.a.i'A. k, m'XOTteriite,Xr WinHMtM.a.a 1) Jau-nar- Judge Thomas J. rVott Omn'lUi Attorney lien A. Crutcber. Qerk-- S. H. Thorpe. , TWmitl.'- - Jlin H. Thorp-Coramiwuonor to. B. bcott. Sheriff H. II Colyer. fP. B. Bronddut., J J,M Tf rrill, DTutleaj j no Ki WllKerN (.Geo. I. Simmon. .'aller Jihik'k C holding orn-- i 3rd Mondar In T imp of (Civil Term). Ut Mind7 in April. tember and Decern l r. One of the most progressive instituFor fifteen years Covington, Arnold tion in Madison county is that of the & Bro., liave been before the people oi J. W. Zaring Grain & Mill Company. Leading and Representative Grocers. OUR OFFICE FORCE. Frankfort Si (kiasiii 1, 1898 B;i!- -; ELDER'S lltl ESect May ! DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY HI M 4 H to Clerk-Jo- STORE I n dit-patc- Kr L. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, Jun-t(- aap1 wws&summiILSH SWsaMilWir rK wj&i!fi ..zzr I. .IteiOi" !- MILLINEKY, CLOTHING, LADIES' and GENTS EUKNISHING GOODS, LACES, BUGGY WHIPS, SMALL HARD WAKE, - s go f STATIONAY, ETC., ETC. S3 I It I be-liev- ON ALL HATS. s -J r O ;;;.;. 3D ii c p y up-to-da- te O .i.. Mon-d- hj to-da- lf Major-t'lHH- :kny te or - CLOTHING! 'e blue-gra- ss well-kno- w 11 U-- : B-tl- h I Hcw-l- I EASIER THAN - Mar-hu- r -- -i - I E. V. ELDER, I feb3-I- y J. A MAGNIFICENT SALE honey-combe- d Pnrn 31-3- 0 ss mi ftiiife i n. i. & b. i e. j (12 ;j - CO up-to-d- 1 I pt ina I - I 2C 4 T accu-pie- s te JOHN R. GIBSON, 1 SOUTHERN --- --- e. 1. mmm i co., ... " te HOUSE. LouI-T- te bric-a-br- liberal-minde- QHAT 7 IT'C O i. ) V JlIjO. If -- - 9.0-ta- I 12-- 1 couia-geoua-l- ably-assiste- D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO, I wide-awa- 1 y 16L j J. L. R. BLANTON, -- 1 JlyC-l- Lie I. Imii ship-stuf- f, GOAL- - VeUi-bul- SALT Chatio-nooj- ra , I y. Main and B , .. BACKt?&ZVl3 .- RICHMOND, yKESJNTCJCICYl jm - "'IT Sh 51 yV yr '?vi39Jp9V'-.r?V- ; iiW ;- - "- - iS&ff5" iKsiri "II !. s,nr,af'" In many ways the school is better organized and equiped than ever before. It takes a decided inovo forward for ESTABLISHED IN18S6J the coming year and asks your patronage on the ground of its merits. The Primary Department will be taught by Miss Nannie M. Kennedy, who so successfully conducted It Inst year. ALICE LLOYD, Principal. The room devoted to this department is ft x ceiling, well ft with lighted and well entilated. Day and Home School for Gtrls. Accommodations strictly Building: The play ground is large', well shaded well heated, well lighted. Furnished with all modern conveniences. Beautiful and healthful location in the Blue Grass Region of Kentucky. Diplomas and attractive. Your patronage is solicited. in three courses. Fifteen Instructors of University and European training-- . PARENTAL Free Hand Drawing. Class Lessons in Elocution, and Chorus Singing free of charge. College Preparatory Course. Music and Art Department well To prosecute the work of education equipped. For Terms, address the Principal. Madison Institute. Richmond, Kentucky. first-clas- s. are undergraduates, they visit in the community where thir school is located, they form social ties that bring about the very condition of things they were sent from homo to avoid. Tins school-gir- l visiting Is particularly injudicious in a college town. Only one day holiday is given at Thanksgiving. Pupils should observe the regular study hours Wednesday afternoon and evening in order to be ready for Friday's recitations. Do not then ask to have your daughter coine home or make any visit that can not be begun and ended between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5.30 p. in. on Thanksgiving dav. RICHMOND'S NEWSPAPERS. There is probably not a town in Kentucky with a population no greater than that of Richmond that hns so many newspapers and periodicals printed within its limits. For instance, there are the daily and weekly Register, the semi weekly Pantagraph, the weekly Climsx, the weekly Central News (student's publication) monthly Madisonian, and quarterly Delta of Sima Nb. Our valued contemporaries are manned, as follows: Register": R. V. Miller, Proprietor, R. Leo Davis, editor. John Harris, solicitor, foreman, Henry Pickels, com- - SfewliP (2r . YOI - -- ?SSiXi Ajr " J Uiil 1 0-A.:el:f:eup-stair- I !ts ULrfULrfl 1 L''Vwwv' de- And us we known this we have ordered direct from the Largest Eastern Houses, the finest and handsomest stock of FACLILTY. iHiALICE LLOYD, Pkixcipal. MABEL E. OSBOHNE, U'li. Ii.Conull Unlxorslty.) - Ever brought to Richmond. New Designs in Brussels, Rugs, Etc. See them. This partment is and almost the whole floor is devoted to it. s, .ix. , .,f : ,. --- , v Wy vv." CLOAKS. We have also bought for our Fall trade nobiest line of Cloaks and Wraps in the market which will shortly be ready for your inspection. To make room for these big stocks of goods, we are closing out all Spring and Summer goods at prices that invite attention. Come and see us and make our your headquarters when in Richmond. W- - Natural Science. CARRIE LANE 1UGGS, U'h. 11. Karlhnm Colics-.- ) V 4iQ , French ami German. MAliLE KATHEItlNE HOWELL, (I'll. B. -- Cornell UnlwrMty.) Latin and History. WARY A. FORD, Mathematics. - W. VJ . D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. Proprietors THE BUST BEE CASH STORE "MABEL WHITMAN, (B. NL$V 1. Smith College.) lEnglibh Language and Literature, Philosophy IDA L. HULL, lTnlenlti .) English Grammar and History. (Til. B. Cornell MARY E. MILES, (Bjrn Miiwr Collojje.) OUR EXCHANGE TABLE. WE WANT TO Preparatory Department. NANNIE KENNEDY, Primary Department. ADELAIDE L. CAMPBELL,' Voice Culture. BELLE McLEOD LEWIS, Elocution and Physical Culture. AGNES DODSON, Piano. BELLE McLEOD LEWIS, Piano. AGNES DODSON, Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo. ELEANOR MARTIN, fcticcchsfully, the teacher must have the ftillubt and lieartitbt support and of his patros. If he be not fitted by learning and experience to carry on the work which he undertakes, he should not be patronized. If, however, i he patents are well satisfied of the teacher's ability to discharge the rt'bKnsil)le duties which he assumes, Art Department. EMILY W. LOOS. Stenography, BEULAII KENDRICK, Type-Writin- g. Matron, NANNIE PARK EMBRY, Housekeeper. "On one jenr's lrne of hIimmic? In Kurope. SpndliiB vacation In Germany. then they should give liim their earnest and heartiest suppoit. 15y fo doing, they wili greatly aid in the education of their childien, and will assist in developing that true respect for law and order which is a safeguard to all, and especially to the oung. VISITING. General visiting will be dhoournged. Students desiriug to visit must present to the Principal, when asking her permission, written permission of their parents, and she will feel perfectly free to grant or refuse the request, as her judgement may direct. The granting of all such requests will be largely based on the good conduct of the student who mnkes the request. Should her average in deportment, industry iiJWWBMBTTPnMHMlriTrwnii IjCY499C!8r?:9HHMnHiHMIH0'! positors W.A. Brads'naw, Ben Stone, Georgo Brewer and "Willie Green. lor the Christmas holidays and be sure Pantagraph, Milo Shanks, Proprietor to have her present at the first roll call and foreman, French Tipton, editor; after the ho'idnys. Irregular attend- compositors, Joe Myers, Steve Shanks, ance not only injures the one who is Claude Stone, and Koscoe Kecves. irregular but the entire school. With all these papers, giving The last week of school is quite as to so many people and furnimportant as the first. Plpase do not ishing domestic news to the citizens then say, 'echool is nearly out; grant of Madison, there is little doubt that of rules" No current happenings are fully set forth this or that week of the school ear is fuller of work in their columns. Do not expect relaxation until the last exercise of the school is concluded. We HON. JOHN D. GOODLOE. weeks, are in se&bion only thirty-eigh- t We share the universal pride that lacking two days. From this take the organization and adjust- characteristic of every native Madisonfirst week for ian. in her glorious history and materment, Thanksgiving day. six or seven ial resources. Her grass is greener, Bhtli-d.idays at (.hritsliua. Washington's lo-sof the her skies bluer, her lands more fertile. and the lieiesajrv and her people better than any others hiit week and you will understand why on the face of the earth. "In Union teachers stoutly piotest against any irregularities. We can not do There is Strenghth," has been the unother written motto of her citizens in the woik c. editable to ouiselves or satispast and their achivements, especialfactory to yot: without unrestricted ly in political arena, have attested the command of the pupil's tunc. power of harmony and the potewcy SPECIAL NOTICE TO MADION of peace. COUNTY PATRONS." There are in our midst much "tall Please read the catalogue and con- timber" about w hose honored crests form to ruleb and regulations, just as the political lightnings, in almost every patrons at a nrcaier diitauce must do. contest of state-wid- e importance, at- 1 his request is made iu the interst of your daughter and in the general interest of the school. No county pupil over fourteen years of age or abjve the Freshman year will he permitted to j;o home ofteuer than once in eight weeks. Please do not ask a suspension of this regulation. To suspend it would do the school morn harm than your patronage does itgood. Head the rititing rides and obtcrie them ex- Do not ask to have your daughter cused before the formal adjournment v, es In the rather poor picture of the group of attaches of the Climax olllcc, published elsewhere, the engraver utterly failed to bring out feature of this edition which we would prefer to have had well executed, even at the sacrifice of our own personal pulchri tude. We refer to our favorite exchanges, which we had carefully ar ranged and instructed our photo artist, Schlegel, to do his best to catch in his camera. But in vain our fond hopes were blasted, and one great map of white looms up iu place of our three favorite paper: The Semi WeekJournal, the ly Stanford Interior Louisville Dispatch, and Columbia (Mo.) Herald. Of course, there are dozens of others which we do not permit the vulgar throng to handle until we have devoured their contents, but these three, in our hours of trouble or of ease, are ministering angels, ever welcome, inspiring us to higher aims and greater endeavors. May they live long and prosper, and continue to bless the homes they enter and the profession which they adorn. HOME INDUSTRY THAT SHOULD BE WELL SUPPORTED. C-U.B- .A CUSTOMER OF OURS. UR stock is at all times is much the largest and our prices always the lowest. Wall Paper, 3cts. Window Shades, lOcts. Picture Frames, 25cts. Mixed Paint, a strictly No. 1 Ml Up-to-Date AND STABLF. Xext to Fox's We have orders for our Fall trade the handsomest line of new Wall Paof LAP ROBES, RUGS, ETC., ever brought to Richmond. pers just received from one of the largest factories in We have purchased 250 stles for our customers to select A car-loa- d ur "LTp-to-Snuf- White Lead and Linseed Oil, strictly pure at factory price. We make 2 grades Carriage Paint, 50 and 75c per qt. good oneat$1.10pergal. dealers in and Manufacturers Harness and Saddlery. Oar of all kinds of - - - Repair Shop The Best la Riohmond. How many firms or corporations are therein this State which prevent their employes from suffering during days bbJbBbbEHXhSKEEduJ3c3M Four new names will be found in the Fsicuity for '9S-9Miss Jlnbel E.Osborne, B.S., Cornell University, will have charge of the Science Department. Miss Osborne comes witfh the unqualified endorsement cf the Faculty at Cornell and of her former emplo3'ers. Miss Ida L. Hull, Ph B., Cornell University, will have charge of the Jewish, Grecian, Roman and United States History classes. The opinions herewith given of such eminent historians as Moses Coit rIyler, Henry Morse Stephens and George L. Burr are but confirmed by the many letters from instructors and employers: Cokxeli. Univkrsity, Ithica, N. Y. To Whom it May Concern: The subject of this testimonial, Miss Ida L. Hull, was graduated after a full course of study in which she had commended herself to the confidence and respect of all her teachers. In my own department in American History, her work was continued through all my courses, and her graduation thesis was in my subject; and I can speak iu. the very highest terms of her fitness to teach any branch of history, particularly that of our country. It is not often that I have the privilege of commending any scholar with so entire an absence of qualifying words, as I do Miss Hull. (Signed) Moses Coit Tylhr. Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. Miss Ida L. Hull, of this University, has been, on the whole, the best undergraduate student I have had in English and Modern European History during the three years I have been at Cornell. She has taken all the work I offer in the University, except my seminary, and has been at the head of her class throughout that time. 1 heartily endorse any application &he ma' make for a position to tcash history in a college or high Bchool. (Signed) H. Morse Stephens, Prof, of English and Modern European History, Cornell University. ) Cornell University, Department of Ancient and Mediaeval History. ) gives me much pleasure to state that, during her course at It G irnell University. Miss Ida L. Hull was a member of 1113' own classes and that I can testify heartily to her v orth both as a student 9. and punctuality for any given quarter no student will fall below ninety-fivebe granted permission to make visits , during the succeeding quarter. If, during the quarter, the required average is regained, her privilege will be restored The right of day pupils to entertain boarders in their homes is conditioned upon the same conditions. requested The friends of students-arto make their calls on Friday afternoon, after three o'clock. Students will not be dismissed from the recitation room to see visitors, except friends or relatives from a distance. Strangers to the Principal, proposing e ANNOUNCEMENT. The Collegiate year commences Tuesday, September C. 1893. The Institute will be open for the reception of students on Saturday, the ord of Sep tember next. Thoie wishing to secure for their datighteis or wards, are advised to apply early in vacation. Rooms may ho engaged by applying to the Principal; but all engagements will expire on the first day of the scs sion, unless we are directed to hold them at the expense of the party en testing the greatness of the county in the councils of the State. But we yajiing. We earnestly request day pupils in have also giants among us, who, but the College and preparatory depart- for their fondness for the tranquility ments to leport on Monday, September of the domestic circle, would stand out 5, for classification. Let all who design entering the Insti- the equals of any who wear the tute next session, be present, if at all chaplet of victory and receive the wild possible, at the first assembling of the plaudits of the multitude. Such an school, Tuesday, September G, as an ab- one is lion. John D. Goodloe, of sence of a week or two at that time will he felt seriously throughout the session. White Station. Here we have the cultivated, refined and hospitable For further information address. (MISS) ALICE LLOYD, neighbor and friend: the intelligent PlUNCIlML. and thrifty farmer; the stalwart and CALENDAR. brainy statemen of spotless character with every qualification for leader1S98. ship, yet loving home and its peace September 5, Session opens, Tuesday. more than tumult of public life, in November, Thanksgiving, Holiday. December 22 to January 2, Christmas, which he has been highly honored, Holidav. but always drawn into contests with18!)9. January 13, First Term ends, Friday. out his seeking. Of Judge Goodloe wa are sincerely January 1G, Second Term begins, proud, as a citizen, churchman, farMonday. February 22, National Holiday, Satur- mer and friend. May he live to enjoy day. to its fullest measure the gratitude and May 25, Commencement Day, Thursesteem cf his countless friends. day. or weeks of enforced idleness? They are few, indeed, and should be known and credited for their humane treatment of those dependent upon them for bread. We have pleasure in call iug attention to such a firm in our midst, and trust that our readers will be moved to the sense of deep appreciaESTABLISHED, tion of such unusual kindness and 1870. liberality. The gentleman to whom we refer is Mr. D. II. Myers, the well WILLIS, known wholeaale and retail dealer in ilressed lumber, doors, sash, rough ind 203 W, SIH STREET. blinds, moulding-"- tobacco hogsheads, laths, shingles, lime, cement, hair, etc Lately his milling business had in- KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. creased so that he had to erect another R. m. GlE, PitsHsit, Luw.;tM. Ij. saw null near the present one, on LITERARY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COM East Main btreet, the old IJarlow esMERCIAL COLLEOES. tablishment. We are pleased to note Tuition fr Literary and Bible Coarse $22 a 510,0 the prosperous condition of affairs year. More than twentyof teachers. alumni. gymnasium. Thousands successful of students receive Social and wish for Mr. Myers a con- special and moral welfare to both sexes. For there, attention. Open jly27-t- f tinuance thereof. catalogues address the President. up-to-da- te from. They are beauties. Our line of Winter Horse Philadelphia. Come and see us, om valua- Blankets are new and of Waste none looking at the small prices will please 3011. ble time sample books of old time papers. This being will hang your paper at 8c per roll. We estimate and contract for all kinds of papering, house and sign painting we do in the most careful style. Wholesale You have the cream of thirty-eigh- t and Retail Wall Paper, Winfactories to select from when you select your dow Shades, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Brushes, Artist and Painters supplies generally. f. mid-summer -- Wal! Paper b- - 1. 1 From the stock carried the IT. S. Wall Paper Company. Every Pattern guaranteed a 'US production. , I CAN ALSO SELL YOU -up-to-date PAINTS- 10 Cheaper than you can buy them airywhere. If you wauf goods arte work, let me give you an estimate for it. Respectfully, WE iLSO WAIT TO. W. P. BAXTER L DL jl .:: ! -- ... m m Perry s Thonmas 9 (SUCCESSORS TO W. G. WHITE.) Customer of ours, for we have more than sufficient stock to supply our regular trade, and are therefore, prepared to supply the largest demand made upon any house in OF ALL KINDS. Madison county. This is said in no boastAre prepared to furnish at Publishers' ful manner. Price any Book, Magazine or piece of Dealens in Drugis and Bootes r"sa It Is a Fact. Our store, already the largest of its kind in the city is being enlarged now, and we are conducting a grand Music published. By ordering from them you save postage ane trouble. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. A NICE LINE OF SCHOOL BOOKS. A A and as a woman. Miss Hull is one of the most satisfactory and successful students of history it has been my good fortune to know. Her keenness and quickness of mind, her thoroughness, her judgmrnt, her insight and sympathy are as unusual as tney are graiiiying. coupling wan inese, as she does, great conscientiousness, simplicity and directness of character, her career as u teacher should be both a useful and a brilliant one. What I fear for her is only a too exclusive devotion to work. It is with all heartiness and without reserve that I cjinmend her to the kindly thought of any who may have in their gift a place for the exercise of her talents, and I shall count them happy if they (Signed) George L. Burnt, can secure her. Professor of Ancient and Mediaeval History. Miss Adelaide L. Campbell, a beautiful singer and an eminently successful teacher, will have charge of the Voice Class. Miss Agnes Dodson, of Maysville, Ky., will teach piano and stringed iuHtruments. Miss Dodson is an accomplished musician and a eucceflsful teacher. She teaches violin, mandolin, banjo and guitar. Mis Dodson will make a Glee Club an attractive feature. I11 May,ktlie chapel was enlarged and treated to a fresh coat of Improvement Sale At which every stitch of CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS and SHOES are sacrificed, at from 25 to 100 per cent, from the ariginal selling prices. Come in and we will make our claims good otherwise we would not pay for this space to tell you ol the unpre cedented bargains offered. Remember, we are now running a Cut Price, Improvement' Sale. To our friends, we extend our grateful thanks for their continued patron-agv!To ail others-wsay: We want to customer of ours. o. e C-U-B-A POWERS & HARRIS -- DIIALERS IN- - Business let legislatively alone would take care of itself, and the results would be Principal. entirely gratifying. It is Xo young lady mil be permitted to remain time to recall the fact, well night away from Hie Institute. known, but lapsed from mem- Do not permit your daughter to jory, that the good old law of make visits in Richmond even short ones as sho goes home for the holi "supply and demand" is still Recently, hands Dnie, new single desks, with chairs that revolve, days at Christmas or as she returns'. in force and have been purchased. This will add greatly to the comfort of stu- - nfter the holidays, nor alter school is out Hat Review. in May unless she be a member of the accumulate Should you All the school rooms have been liberally furnished with Talc Senior class. iate Blackboards. Natural Talc crayon will be used, thus dispensFrnnuentlv the verv nurnose hi send- - wealth, consider It as a trust. ing with the discomfort of chalk dust. inee'trls from home tofcchooUstopIacwTroo if, fnrt.hehfinefitftf otlifiivs- "v r, "., The school takes a decjded nnove forward m September theBi wLere the social attractions rej.lmet sa tbtoag Miatuoine. :s, Mule thej Generosity year in its history. ihe coaiiug year will prove a and oi-c- to call on students, mast present letters of introduction from the parent or guardian of the student, and such visitors will bo admitted nt tlio option of the DR. D, F. SIMON. Fine Liquors, Cigars ..tobacco,. "ito. 1 s SVrert, The noted optician will be at Zimmer Hotel one week. Those needing the services of a first class optician should avail themselvesof the opportunity to call on Dr. Simon. He is an expert in his lineand satisfaction is guaranteed; often, youVcan ailord to. sell . JBf-- From Rowell's .fewjpapef Direjtori. r !i T If your.stock is turned over 1. T j fed-lett- er eheaper;'an3sill increase the net pront a "1 t JJ i p --JT s r" 4 rtI& Richmond, Ky., Cia Cur, weekly, is credited wit ttw mr&st MwHsoa r Ib, 6MiT6tftm seeerded U aijy pap & RichweiMl w jr Congressional Dfetria i" !( The is Ma&eea eeht? riwBfahth I i which sapiMHte aH tk ppr eety SL25 la i4vakr lBHiliW?8a"rewHt i, A Bw teu-- , ' i ' 3 ' t rlffr -- Zh 8K ?rN . "1& S, Vj fejKeJi L"ik Ji 9 , Si ? S 5.!& h - fr fesuJrtvk-- ' ,c - THE TRUTHFUL SINGER. My principles forbid To warble forth the wilds untruth That in their lines are hid. Oh! never did I dream I dwell In any marble hall. And never, never did I ask To like a soldier tall. My old folks never lived an hour On any Saunee lUver; I never called them old folks for The name fair makes me shiver. And never did I hang a harp On any willow tree. And Annie Laurie never gield A promise true to me. I never said to anr one. Then you'll remember me; Nor any wood-ma- n e'er implored To spare a single tree. I ncier cared to live a life Upon the ocean wave; I never mourned for Lilly Dale Nor hung about her grave. I never lived in any cot Nor cottage by the sea. Nor no lone rock in that daimp place Was ever loved by me. I never set this foot of mine In any Hazel Dell, Nor drank from any bucket made of oak 1 hat hung in any well. Hold Pri steer I never was, Nor owned an Old Dor Tray; Nor Gipsy Countess ever wovd: Norloted a Nelly Gray. No Old Kentucky Home was mine, I ne'er cane through the Rye, my Joe, And called John Anden-oIn no sweet So ask me not to sing again Those old mendacious songs. For reformed, because I see No truth to them belongs Itut let me sing some nobler air And fill you with delight. time Or else I'll make a reI-hIn this old town Puck. I can not sing the old song; 'hisfciRnature. May 2. Martial law proclaimed in Madrid. May 2. Commodore Dewey bombards the defenses of Cavile. May 3. President names Major and Brigadier Generals of volunteers. May 4 Admiral Sampson's fleet sails under sealed orders. May 7. Commodore Dewey's rejwrt on battle of Manila received. Eleven Spanish warships destroyed and no Americans killed. May 7. The President in the name of the people congratulates Commodore Dewey. HON. J. B. WILLIS. I'e ot CMHtFTEIIMIW.IL ISDo. Feb. lio. Insurrection breaks three of Cuban's bix provinces. out in additpro-claim- March 1. Fourteen hundred ional Sjianibli troops M?nt to Cuba. March 31. ien. Antonio Maceo commander of the insurgent army. April 13 Flor Crombet, insurgent leader, killed at i'ahnerito. April 14. Captain General Cajelln displaced by Campos. May 14 Cattle of Guantanamo; 400 Spanish killed by insurgents under Gomez. May 19. Insurgent leader, Jose Marti, repulsed at Itios. May 21. Gen. Gomez and 700 cavalry lYj)uled at Ifio-Nov. 17. Gen. Marco, near Santa Clara, with l.'.KX) men, defeats 2,S00 . Spaiiili troop-.- . Dec. 23. Campos (10,000 men) meets Gomez (7,000 men), and is repulsed with great losses. 1KX5. It ;y i t.H !': Fob. 10. Weyler displaces Captain General Campos. Feb. 12. Kighteen thousand new Spanish troops sent into the field. 17 VeIer issues his reconcen-trad- o proclamation. March 1. The trocha is established. April 11. Maceo crosses the trocha with 3,0J0 men and drives back the Spaaish. July!) II. Uomt z nms the battleof Nstju-- a after fifty minutes' fighing. Oct. 1. The rebellion up to this time lies cost Spain Dec. 4. Gen. Antonio Maceo killed by treachery. Dee. 10 Gen. Iluiz Uivera succeeds Maceo. I'en. May 9. Commodore Dewey is made Rear Admiral. May 11. Ensign Begley and four men on gunboat Winslow killed in engagement ofTCardcnas. May 11. Gen. Miles named to lead army of invasion in Cuba. HON. H. C. RICE. May 11. United States steamships One of the most popular men in the Marblehead, Nashville and Hudson attack batteries at the Cienfuegos. city of Richmond, is our friend Hon. H. C. Rice, City Judge of the city of American loss, four killed. May 12. Admiral Sampson's fleet Richmond. He has held this responshells forts ami laud batteries at San sible position for 12 jears and was reelected in November for a term of four Juan, Porto Rico. May 17. United States establishes years. Judge Rice is oto of the people, he has the confidence and recensorship on press dispatches. elect of all who come in contact May IS. A new Spanish cabinet is with him. He is an able and efficient foimed. May 1!). Minister of Marine in Mad- city judge and by his honesty and fair rid announced Admiral Cervera's fleet dealings with all who came before him, he has made for himself a most at Santiago de Cuba. May 20. Secretary Long officially popular record. Judge Rice was born in Richmond confirms report of Spanish fleet off Sanforty-on- e years ago, he spoilt his boytiago de Cuba. May 21. Charleston sails with first re hood days here and was educated at n Private Schools, presided over by lief supplies for Admiral Dewey. instructors. G. Admiral Sampson bomJune He is perhaps the best posted man in bards and destroys batteries at the city on affairs and laws regulating de Cuba. June 9. Fortifications at Guan- her position etc., having had Rich a long experience lie is thoroughly tanamo Bay destroyed. in everything pertaining to the June 10. Marines land at city's welfare. Four United States and forty Judge Rice, is a thorough typical (estimated) Spanish soldiers killed. Kentuckian, one of the kind who June 14 Fifteen thousand United makes a stranger feel at home, ho is a States troops leave Tampa for Santiago man of strong characteristics and line principles, an acreeable entertaining de Cuba. gentleman, yet with all he is ever June 15. The second relief expedit- quiet, courteous and dignified. He is popular with the rich and the poor. ion sails for the Philippines. He June 20. Gen. Shafter's armada ap- tice is a believer in the motto of ius- to all. It is with pleasure that I pears off Santiago. present this honorable gentleman to June 21. Shatter, Garcia, Rabi and the people of Richmond and County Success be with you fcampson consult about landing place. of Madison. June 22. Army lands at Balquiri in Judge. vasion of Cuba begins. June 23. Forward movement on Santiago by land begins. June 24. First important conflict takes place near Seville, five miles from Santiago. One thousand American cavalry attack a Spanish position and foice the enemy to retreat. Gen. Shatter reports the American loss ten men killed. Other reports place the number killed sixteen and forty to fifty wounded. June 2C Shatter occupies Sevilla. June 27. Siiafter within three miles of Santiago. June 28. Third Minila expedition sails. June 29. First expedition arrives at well-knowSan-lingo te One of the most prominent gentle man in this section of Kentucky is our popular Postmaster Mr. J. B. Willis. He was born in Madison county 5 miles west of Richmond in 1S48. He has been honored with the appointment of postmaster under three Presi dents and was appointed twice by Grover Cleveland, lie has served as postmaster seven years and two months, aud will retire in about 11 months. Mr. Willis has been a most courteous and popular postmaster. He has ever been ready and willing to serve the patrons of the office in an efficient and prompt manner. He lias mado for himself a record that is truly giatify-ingnu- d he has gained the confidence and love of the people of Madison county. Mr. Willis has been a public man for years. Ho is a staunch and true course at Washington and Lee University, Mr. Jackson captured the best debaters medal offered by the Washington Literary Society of that institution. Mr Jnckecn was United Stales Commissioner for Kentucky for sometime, but retired from his position on nc count of other duties taking up his time. He is an able and eloquent speaker and during his college career was always a leader in debates and oratorical contest. His thorough knowledge of matters pertaining to law makes him popular with his frieuds-auconstituents. Personally he is a courteous, entertaining gentleman and quite a favorite among his associates. MADISON INSTITUTE. y m Mm Mm M m M Ik Mm V fi ""- - KjjiK4 d m m &4 Sis tUj m Afis j kJS O - iJ m fm L 4& tin Wm mm &: if vS MjMm iBf JmlffiZmWr N ;?J. r M 'S JBHtl HHvib HBIvx?vfv Hv JflL vJBflr HKV JinR sT.i sfisRHHHI H vB' vi iVJ"'s-- iv 1 - Gaun-tanam- o. Democrat. He was deputy sheriff for a term of four years, which position he retired from with credit and a brilliant record for himself, his constituents and those who help elect him. He is an entertaining gentleman of pleasant address aud courteous manner, in fact a typical Kentucky gentleman, with whom it is a pleasure to meet. Mr. Willis is a Mason of high standing, and is one of Richmond's most progressive and public spirited citizen. Madison Institure, whoso advertisement appears elsewhere in our columns under the able management of Miss Lloyd, hasadvanced,thorough,instruc-tioin all departments. In tiie home life of the Institute there is a tone of culture and refinements which insensibly elevates and educates. Miss Lloyd is striving by the most of instruction approved mothods and disclipliue to accomplish the most good fur the general welfare of the Institute aud the pupils thereof. Miss Lloyd has had fifteen years experience in educational work and has been connected with the best known schools for girls in Kentucky. For tears she was connected with the fa mous Daughters college, oi iiariods-burKy. Four years ago she resigned a position at Hamilton College, Lexington, Ky., to take the principalship of Madison Institute. Her record as principal has been one of efficiency, industry and fidelity. Miss Lloyd is a lady of strong individuality, with her soul uested in the duties of her position. She is respected by all for her many, virtues as a woman, loved and respected by her pupils for her consiuerate kinduess, and held in grateful regard by her faculty and trustees for her conscientious and earnest cooperation. Her administration has been one of quiet dignity which reflects credit upon the institution and forwards the educational interests of our county and State. She has in her quiet able manner, steadily advanced the interests of the Institute, until the work of the school does not sutler by comparison with the work of any other school covering the same ground. The aim of Madison Institute is to develop christian character, to qualify young women for lives of intelligence and usefulness in the home, in the church and in society. n g. a c As perfect in stylo and durability ns in fit. TO FIT TIHIIE ES"X"E, TO FIT TZE3ZIE HEAD, TO FIT TIEIIEj FOOT, TO FIT TIECF FTJISF. THIS WILL STIR THEM UP! Witt Envy, . The Trade "Will be Green But What's The Odds? - Commencing this week we will of the Finest, Barest, Choicest and Neatest Line of Gents' Furnishings ever sold in this city at prices to suit the purchaser. We must make room for our hig foil stock, so shoes and everything must go regardless of price. SEE to-d- NO LOAFERS ALLOWED. Manila. -- June 30. Caney evacuated by iards. Span- July taken. 1. Outer defenses of Santiago, San July taken. 2 Juan, near Santiago, of Santiago. July 3. Shatter demands surrender Aug. S assassinated. July 3. Cervera's fleet destroyed. July 5. Camara's fleet at Suez. July C Spanish cruiser Alfonso XII. destoyed. 1)7. July 7. Dewey captures Isla Grande Premier Canovas of Spain and j,300 prisoners. July S. Camara's fleet ordered to return to Spain. July 10. Bombardment of Santiago resumed; Linares refuses unconditional surrender. July 10. Bombandmcnt continued and investment completed. July 13. Truce. July 14 Santiago surrenders July 15. Commissioners met to arrange terms. July 1G Formal capitulation paper signed b3T Gen. Toral. July 17. Old Glory hoisted over Santiago. July 18. Took possession of the city. GOOD STORY. Oct 2. Weyler recalled by tlieSa- gusta Liberal Ministry on pressure from the United States. Nov. 27. Decree from government at Madrid granting autonomy to Cuba. . 1KKS. "Three miles from nowhere, in a little backwoods village, over in North Carolina, the other day, I found the one town in the world where everybody works, and no loafing is permitted," says a well known traveling salesman. "In this hamlet there's no idleness that is not voluntary or vicious, and this privilege is not allowed, even to the wandering Willie out of a job. On a sign at the postoffice, in Beech-lanis this injunction, from which there is no appeal: 'No loafing allowed in this town. We work, and so must everybody else, who expects to reside here for uny length of time. Idleness breeds crime, and as we never bad a robbery or a murder here, we have determined to strike at the root of all evil. Tramps will be given one hour in which to depart, ai.d honest men nut of employment will bo given work if they desire it. If not, they must git, and git as quick as their lazy legs will carry them away from our village. This means you." Louisville d, WALLACE :&RICEV -- k vl 3 Rev. G. W. YOUNG. '$,'qy& VV tt3?T- - 4"TfeSBXSSO " T Post. MINIMUM WEIGHTS OF PRODUCE. i Mfe. i W-- w; l ?i pi r i. - United States gunboat few individuals lackingbusiiiess capacity NewjMirt captured the Spanish sloop get credit as easily after their second Engarica iailuro as they did before their first fiz April 28 Spanish forts at Cabanas zle. Hat Review. demolished by guns of flagship New WAR AND LOVE FOR THE SOLDIERS. York. May 1. Spanish fleet under Admiral Montejo defeated and destroyed by War and love has various cares, United States squadron, Commodore War abed blood and blood shed tears, War has swords and love has darts, Dewey commanding. War break heads and love break hearts. Mjy 2. Congress appropriated for the army of invasion. Uncle Sam got excursion rates for May 2. Naval bill for thirty.five his Spanish prisoners, bat not ronnd-trinew warships sent to the' President for twkeia. 23. $35,-720,9p, as much to his advocacy of temperance as to work. He was born November 29, 1844, in that part of Virginia which afterwards came to be known as West Virginia. After receiving1 a common school education in the Corn meal public schools of his native State, was admitted to the West Malt White potatoes lbs Virginia Conference on trial inSeptember, 18(58. He remained Sweet potatoes 55 lbs a member of that Conference until the fall of 1880, filling Onions 57 lbs Turnips 55 lbs some of its most important stations, the last of which was "J8 lbs Charleston, the Capital. Dried peaches In the fall of 1880, he was transfer Dried apples 20 lbs red to the Kentucky Conference, beginning his ministerial Clover seed 00 lbs pastor of the church at Newport. Since then he has Flax teed 50 lbs work as m99 Millet seed 50 lbs filled a number of the most important stations in tHe State, m ? Timothy seed 45 lbs coming to this city in the fall of 1S95, where he has charge of Blue grass seed 44 lbs a nourishing church, and has become one of the most popular Hemp seed 44 lbs . . Gioutid peas 24 lbs pulpit orators in this section. Bran 10 lbs Young has been prominently idenFor many years Dr. tified with the temperance movement and has probably made THE DEWEY MUSIC COMPANY. HON. CLAUDE SMITH. more speeches on the subject of temperance in Kentucky xVnd other agencies of equal reputation. Have also closed a In writing about our city aud county Possibly it will be a surprise to many than any man in the State, with the possible exception of deal for the United States Organ, which is considered tin officials we take pleasure in refering to of the Climax readers to be informed our Mayor Hon. Claude Smith one of that such a firm exists in Richmond George W. Jain. Mis local option fights in various counties leading Organ of the da. All instruments sold by thi the most popular of our city's repre as the Dewey Music Com nan v. but have become- remarkable and seldom is a crusade firm will be kept in perfect tune for twelve months. We sentatives. Mr. Smitli is onlv flftv such is the case, however. While this against the liquor traffic without the assistance of this pow- furnishing an experienced tunor, without the cost of one years of age, he was born in Madison, new firm has not until now made pub Indiana, he has been living in Madilie notice that a music company would erful champion, and usually his keen wit, his convincing elo- cent to the purchasers. Other parties desiring to have son county about 45 years. He is a be formed in this city, it was being quence and his irrefutable logic put to riot the demons of pianos tuned can save money and time by notifying this Republican in politics and after a hard quietly promoted, and through this drink and carry the election for local option. Company. 23FOrders will be taken for all kinds "of String fought battle was elected Mayor of special eunion tne uiimax they inDr. Young was for years a member of the National Instruments and satisfaction guaranteed or the city of Richmond in November form our readers and cordially invito last by a majority of 22 votes. He has public to visit their grand display of Prohibition Committee. Two years ago he represented the All the latest Sheet and Vocal Music will be carsince then proven to those who elected BRIEFS. pianos and organs which will be neatly South before the Ohio Anti-SaloCongress at Columbus, ried in stock. him, that he is thoroughly able to atarranged in their house of business i n He was on the program of Carelessness in Binall things caps tend to the duties pertaining to the Second street, not later than August making several strong speeches. office in most creditable manner. He many a career with failuie. 10. JLpworth League Congress at Toronto, the Ventura. one ol our mott efficient ofThe business man who fails to an- is . The individual members of this firm Canada, last summer. April 22. President'! proclamation swer a business letter is on the right ficials and handles the executive deare Attorney D. M. Clienault, who is to all i.ations declaring the blockade road to ruin 'way off the good busi- partment of the city in a way that The past summer he was a delegate from the Kentucky v Treasurer, and Mr. W. P. Surles, BusiWe will also have in stock a line of the finest and best of Cuban ports. wins for him the confidence and reness track. Conference to the General Conference of his church which ness Manager. April 23. The President's call issued machines made. In conclusion we cordially invite the citiThere are many surgical operations spect of the people. By trading with these gentlemen met in Baltimore. for 125,000 volunteers that are more painful than paying as Mr. Smith has been an active worker you will receive courteous attention Recently Dr. Young has come into national prominence zens of this and adjoining counties to call and inspect our April 24. Spain's lirst shot at you go, sundry opinions to the contrary for many years, though never caring and full value for your money. Mr. line and see the class of goods this company expects to States from mat k batteries at to bean oflice holder. He was elected notwithstanding. Surles, who will look after the basinets by his advocacy of the idea of annexing Cuba to the United to the trade. the United States gunboat Respt., If it is a good tiling, and original, Police Judge and served one year, department of The Dewey Music Com- States, and offering it to thecolored people of this country for introduce Foote. push it along. No one can do business of his business. He account pany, has had years of experience in homesteads. On this subject he addressed an open letter to April 26. President's proclamation in these days without spending money was elected Mayor for a term of four Jack on has siuce his inception into this class of business, and has made issues on Spanish vessels in United directly for the purpose desired. President McKinley, which was given wide publicity in the years and if he continues as he had be- the office of city attorney made a most many friends by his courteous aud poStates ports. The manufacturer or merchant who gun he will win the continued approval excellentrecordforayoungmanhisable lite business methods. leading journals of the country, favorable comApril 27. Asiatic pqnadron sails does not advertise may linger at the of his friends and the citizens of knowledge of law made him a most atMr. Clienault, is a ment in all parts of the Union. from Hong Kong to meet the Spanish old stand, but he will never outgrow He is personally a courteous, efficient handler of the complicated torney, does not need an introduction W. P." SURLES, Manager. fleet at the Philippine Islands. Whether as man, citizen, preacher, writer, lecturer, or original accommodations. entertaining gentleman with whom it laws that come before him for opinions to the citizen of Madison and adjoin April 27. United States cruisers Peculiar, that pails in a factory made is a pleasure to meet and converse. etc. He was appointed by the City ing counties. He is an acknowledged temperance advocate; Dr. 'Young is'a power for good NO. 26 SECOND STREET, RICHMOND, KY, in New York, Cincinnati and monitor to held water, and filled with it, are He is well posted on the leading topics Council to fill out the unexpired term financier and will add. greatly to the and his usefulness cannot be measured by ordiPuritan silence the batteries at generally marked, "For fire only." of the day, and being a fluent talker he of Judge P. H. Sullivan who was city material and social standing of this nary standards. ;lE d. Quite as strange that some, and not a is naturally popular. Jlr. Smith is the attorney before him, and having been promising popular firm. . fcrl OQ mi An ambitious young lawyer paid his Tan. 21 Fniled States battleship Maine ordered to Havana on a peaceful missiuii. Feb. 10. De Ixjiue, Spanish Minister, recalled for unwarranted personalities reflecting on Piesident McKinley. he Fob. United States battleship Mnine blown up in Havana harbor and 2tw lives lost. Feb. 17. United States Board of Inquiry on the loss of the Maine appointed. Feb. 20. Spauish cruiser Vizcaya anchors otrStateu Island, X. Y. Feb. 22. Spanish ltojrd of Inquiry reports the destruction of the Maine an accident of internal organ. March !). Kinergency bill, $50 000, COO for United States coast defenses, passed. March 2S. The President sends a message with the Maine report to Congress. April !). Gen. Fitzhuh Lee and other CouiimiIs leave Cuba. April 11. The President tent's a message to Congress recommending armed iiitfivention in Cuba. April. 15. War Department orders regular troops to the coast. April 10. The intervention resolutions passed by the Senate. April 11). The House passes the intervention resolutions. April 1!). The President prepares an ultimatum to Spain demanding the evacuation of Cuba within three days. April 20. The Cuban resolutions sighted by the President. April 20 Spanish Minister Polo y ISernabe askp for his passports. April 21. The United States Minister, Gen. Woodford, is given his passports in Madrid. April 21. Spain's severanceof diplomatic relations held to be a declaration of war. April 22. Xoitli Atlantic squadron sails to blockade Cuban parts. April 22 First shot fired w hen the United States gunboat Nashville captured the Spanish coast trader ltuena 15.-T- The following are minimum weights of certain articles of produce according to the laws of the United States: Per Budicl. Wheat Corn in the ear Com shelled Rye 00 lbs 70 lbs 50 lbs 50 lbs 48 lbs 4S lbs Th e uewev subject of the above sketch, Rev. G. YV. Young, pastor of the Methodist Church, this cit-- , is one of the most widely known ministers in Kentucky, his prominence - GOVERNMENT BUILDING. J.TALBOT JACKSOX. Among our prominent officials of Richmond, is Mr. J. Talbot Jackson, City Attorney. He was born in Summer county, Tennessee, twenty-fiv- e years ago, and has resided in Richmond since 1SSS. Mr. Jackson, is the son of Thomas Wright Jackson deceased, who was a brave and daring soldier with Gen. Morcui on his famous Ohio raid and is relation of the immortal Storewall Jackson on his mothers side. Mr. Jackson sprung from some of the most noted orators and patriots Ky., has ever produced. He is a of "William Owsley, Governor ol Kentucky, Hon. J. Speed Smith, of Madison county, was his maternal Hon. A. Gallatin Talbot, was great uncle and cousins, M. Clay is another and Mr. Jackson has inherited many of their characteristic tracts. Mr. Jackson graduated from Central University in 1893, and also graduated in law from Washington and Lee University, at Lexington, Va., in iov. ne was aunmieu 10 me oar in Richmond, September 0, '04. Mr. great-grand-so- Music Company Takes advantage of the Souvenir Edition of the CLiJiAXto introduce their new enterprise to the citizens of Madison and adjoining counties. We expect to initiate our business house by filling it to an overflowing capacity not later than August 10. We have secured the sole agency of the celebrated m) Buckwheat Barley Oats 32 lbs CO first visit to a country court, not far from New Orleans, not long since. He went to represent a big railroad in a 6uit brought by a countryman to recover the value of an ox which departed this life in a vain attempt to hold up the d mail. The question before the court was one of identification and the countryman had testified that he knew the ox by his color and the flesh markf. Tbe young lawyer rose and with dignity said: 4'If you honor please, there can be no question that this witness haa sworn falsely when he testified that an ox can be recoguized by his color. I was a stenographer before I became a lawyer and for two days, your honor" (drawing.?out his note book). "I have taken a detailed description of every ox that passed the hotel, and 1 am prepared to swear as an expert that all oxen look alike to me." "You are trifling with the dignity of this court, sir!" sternly said the judge, "and I will fine" "Hold on, judge," said the clerk, 'there hain't been but one yoke of oxen in this town in a week. Old man Henley's been wood and the lawyer's been countin1 the same oxen over and over." "Judgment for the plaintiff." said the judge, and lawyer took his departure, a sadder but wiser man. lim-itetl-- e Peas White beans Castor beans Hungarian grasa seed " 00 40 lbs 50 lbs 4S lbs 3S lbs GO lbs being- due lbs his church n r, 'a mm. lusii ana ens great-uncl- e, anos - be-u- mone-refunde- d. -- 'J up-to-da- te on lnter-JNation- al to-da- y MACHINES... Uni-te- d on nd-aroused The Dewey Music Co. Ilich-niond- .i well-kow- n any-communit- Mr-tanzo- s. April head of the big hardware firm of Clado Smith & Co., and is perhaps one of the best known merchants in Madison county. He has a larce citv and county business. r. -3 . Those restless, anxious Cuban insurgents must be taught the beauties of patience. Awful quiet right now. If something dosen't happen soon we will fight about the war. 4 "What a. poker player Blanco would be if (1mj jewxhi work, aUiiis blufts -- through - - - - - - nominated by an overwhelming majority iK the Democratic primary last July, was elected without opposition to till the regular term of office. Having tvou V.amerous honors while at Central University, among them the junior oratorical medal, and the first chautauqua prize of S75 00 in 1891, and at Charleston, S. C, in the same year he was awarded the oratorical championship of the South in the In terstate contest held under the reanage- mensioi uia uonieuerate WoauHienta! Association. Wfaile'-1- tklaug mY'law - tfafeiR.i Tc this and adjoining counties. In connection with piauos and organs this company will carry in stock a complete line of all the latest and up sheet music, vocal and instrumen tal, machines and string instruments of all kinds. Don't forget they will be ready for business not later thau August 10. ,Give them your budnesa and thus aid these enterprising and geatfeniBQ. Bead their ad on to-da- te -pro-gresei- ve Mr. O. II. Brewer has been employed by the company to act as salesman in O i C) v? X"2K2iMWre&iKps'9Li MANAGE! -- Q rjS J - TflkvK m - Best $.Q0 and $2.50 House itfLouisville.' , i 'ijvi hmIp iff ' Iote l. e&8I EEbCm9ERBHH it i? f S sa. cg o r s-"- " c s n ej i i ., J A ft a- 1 -- u - v is -3 ' " c -- . ." r ll ' --s- -- Mlnfn-ll-rfeimlf.- T XJxMmWmhmXt,'' SMr ' "nt .. "i ..' IS." - - V