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NUMBER 44. J. minuto and second of death were fully ordained. Therefore tho believing fighting was for soldier's a while invincible. Confucius, ZoroasFormer Refuses to Banquet ter, Buddha, Brahma. Mohammed each of these great religious thinkers With Republican Allies I Tfcfl I filJlorr QnaniilMc nf Jtmartfi i wyibuiuiwu ui rimciiuuio now has his followers beneath the Who Masquerade as sWSvLVJE&Y PURE 20 YEARS IJi OHIO. H flag of the United States. It is Democrats Beconsequently the highest political wis250,000 CURED, M de'a tctous and wholesome Makes the food more dom to understand what each of our tween OYt BAKIWO POWOCB CO., HEW YORK. new wards believes, Tho February Tho Squitblo Lite Nothln? ran bo lnora dcmnraliztnip in number of the Cosmopolitan will conormlddle-Bge3 Compel you to trade with us men than tho IyoQDgef these "nightly lonet." tain the first chapter of "Tho Founding They your own, to tho Democratic club, of Ed Climax: weakness. nervnnmt;s. n feelinir THE LATTER'S CONSPICUOUS PRESENCE which of an Empire" by John Brisben Walker. when you give us a trial A RICHMOND of disgust and a r nolo train of (jmptom. PHYSICIAN HONORED. Assurance Society I am president, and to its proxncy unci n man lor Dunnes, married WOULD NOT HONOR THE MEMORY OF Tho first part gives a bird's-oy- o view of posed colouration to Jefferson's birthlife and social happinoKs. No matter ' OF THE UNITED STATES. THE WORLD'S GREATEST whether caused by evil habits iu youth, day, I should have left your offensive At a recent meeting of the Board of Mohammed and his religion. natural weakness or sexual excesses, our New Method Treatment trill positively statements unanswered. Trustees and Faculty of the Medico cure you. I '4 CORRESPONDENCE. "The Democratic Club.of New Yoik, Chirurgical College, of this city, Dr. NO CURE-N- O 'Die following correspondence be- has a membership of nearly 3,000 Demo- Hugh R. Gibson, of Richmond, Ky.. Reader, vein r.ced ficdn. TLirlv nKntA nr tween V. J. lJryan and Perry Belmont, crats, who alljiold to tho main princi- was elected as n member of tho Board UNION CITY later excesses may have weakened you. Trj of New York, in regard to tho Jack- ples of Democracy, while their opinions of Censors of the above named College Exposure may have dit eased yon. Yon I tl GRIGSBY & KDNCEY, aro not safe till cured. Oar New Method Wt tf9 son Day banquet, is spicy and Impor- may vary in regard to such political and Hospital. trill euro you. You run do risk. A Sunday school will lie organized at tem- questions as are not fundamental, but tant, while Mr. Belmont loses his The censors are chosen from the CURED JU L XI per, goes out of the way and writes a merely local or transitory, like many of most prominent men of the profession the Baptist churcli next Jjuuday. ,b pale, I General Agents Mrs. Jennie Canon, of Louisville, is .1 .n,l ouns iiinn ion nre:.!.) leeolo lon reply of an unwarranted nature: I. tho vain conceits you havo yourself in their respective cities or localities; 2 Eastern, Kentucky. mti citable. You become forgetful, morose. espoused. But none of these 3,000 and this action of the Faculty gives to visiting at the home of her uncle, John (iA and flftKnnnilfmt. hlAfih Rnil ttimn .a "Champaign, III., March 10, 1899. The ladies canuot be deceived Hon. Perry Belmont, President Demo- members is a Republican. As for my- Dr. Gibson all tho courtesies and privi- D. Hamilton. face, stooping S1 yunkoa eyes, wrinkled form and dovmcast countenanco reveal cratic Club, Now York Dear Sir: I self, I never voted for a Republican leges of tho institution, together with Mr. and Mrs. Walker McKinney. of ft the blight of your existence. by catchy phrases nor might plead a previous engagement as candidate for cither n groat or small the right to pursuo, at any time, any Winchester, visited his mother Satur 1 WE CURE VARICOCELE bombastic claims. All day and Sunday. course he may choose, free of charge. THE BEST OF THEM ALL It a reason for declining your invitation, office. j 'No matter boir Ecrious your en so xnay we have to say is, we buy but that would be equivalent to bay'The Board of Governors and the The Medico Chirurgical College is Their many friends were glad to see Lai "i nun iuijk 3 uu tuny ua uwi 11,. uur ing that I would como but for the en- President of so large a Democratic or- situated in tho heart of the city and is Mr. and Mrs. Charley Eads at church Wi NEW tf METIIOU TllKATMKNT trill t T!.A in the best markets of I'd y&l their normal condition and hence the gagement, and frankness compels me ganization endeavored to represent easily accessible from all parts of it. Sunday with their little "Forest." the world, select the laJ5j sexual organs receive proper nourish-jE- 2 mcnt. Tho organs become to add another reason. I appreciate officially the wishes of the majority, The .buildings occupy a large space of all I Rev. Ecton preached to a largo and "Ta unnatural drains or lusesvitalized, and test goods, and when you nONTHLYJWi AZINE. the compliment the Democratic party which was that tho comir.g anniversary ground on Cherry, Seventeenth and appreciated audience Sunday on "Re- lO inanly powers return. No cease temporary ffg bat a permanent enro assured. buy you know you have pays ine in extending an invitation.but of the birthday of Jefferson should bo Eighteeth streets. pentance" its origin necessity, motive, W NO CUItH. NO PAY. NO OPERA- 'il.U.N MO DETENThey comprise the Medical. Dental order, NKCIis.SAKY. te Contnln n complete novel In overy num-for- r. I do not understand how individual celebrated this year by the organiza- the latest, etc. TION yitOil BUSINESS. In ncMIIInn ton l:iryo ijn.intlty or useful opinions can be ignored at a political tlon as in previous years. To recall and Pharmaceutical Halls, the Labor-thos- e aud calcrtulaluc reading matter. goods. that what you Wm. L. Isaacs is quite a frequent CURES GUARANTEED' gathering. principles and traditions with atory Building, the Dental and Phar-whic- h Xo rontlnnrit rtnrlrm, trhtrh are to a'hd we fear he is tryWo treat and euro SYPHILIS, so, trade with want? assocfat- - macentical Laboratories, the General visitor at our city You are president of the club, and his name is so indelibly oUecKonsUc to tuc reader: EMISSIONS. IM POTENCY, It slinald be' In every household. Sub- the representatives of the club before ed tends to bring about a revival of Hospital, Children's Hospital, Mater- - ing to steal the heart of one of our fair STRICTURE. SEMIVARICOCELE. scription, 83.00 jor year. NAL LOSSES. BLADDER AND KIDyoung maidens. Dormitory. Agents wanted In overy totm, to whom the public Your position on public Democratic control based on public nity Hospital, Nurse's NEY diseases. CONSULTATION tho most liberal Inducements 'will be offered. questions was well known in 180G, FREE. HOOKS FREE. CHARGES The auction at Noland & Oldham on and questions, the conditions of which are the Dispensary Department, the CliniMODERATE. If nnahle to mil. writn J. B. L1PPIHC0TT COMPANY, Publishers, your previous telegram indicates that not transitory. last Saturday proved quite a success. cal A mpi theatre (which is the finest PHILADELPHIA. lltliAlllI. your position has not changed. My "to the explanation made to you in Europe or America) and the Power A number of articles were sold at exXRe3. The village AND position on public questions is well 'that individual opinions have not been House. The entire plant is ligiited by tremely low prices. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. was thickly lined with people from difknown. The antagonism between our considered,' you replied that 'you do gas and electricity 122 W. FOURTH ST., opinions is so great that we can not not understand how individual opin- - . Quite recently the courts of thecitv ferent parts of the country. ATrOENETS. CINCINNATI. O. with propriety join in a political ban- ions can be ignored at a political gath- - have handed down a decision clarify Drs. McKinney and Scudder, two of quet given in honor of Democracy's ering.' Then you proceeded to contrast ing the first charter which was grant- - our most prominent young men attendW. MILLER. patron saint Jefferson stood for cer- your opinions with mine, to emphasize ed in 1848 and establishing the right ed a hop at Richmond Saturday night. Attobhey-at-Lad principles. If your their antagonism, and finally beclared of the college under it to grant diplo-th- Hewever we would like to say that this tain Kentucky. Richmond, 'you and I cannot with propriety mas not oulv in medicine and surgery. is all a matter of conjecture. We know views arc a correct reflection of his thousand cases BVB Kjt B many honfelesM. In tea Office in the Burnam Building, next door to ideas I fear that my voice would sound join in a political banquet given in but also In dentistry and pharmacy. they left quite early for Richmond and calleu feb3-l- y armer's National Bank. of all symptoms removthey have such an elastic step it days at least a discordant note at your banquet. The Standard History of Medicine as lonor of Democracy's patron saint. ed. Testimonials and TKIt DATS treatment free. Commission 'Your contention is that the Chicago says of this college: "In the rapidity was quite natural to suppose they went UK. a. U. CKa'S SOUS, ISox K. Atlanta. Oa. ''If the Chicago platform applies Merchants.. to atteud a hop. Nevertheless, notJefTersonian principles to present con platform applies JefTersonian princi and product of its growth, It is probaditions, as I believe it does, then your ples to 'present conditions,' and that bly without a parallel in the history of withstanding they be a fallacy in our Attorney conspicuous presence at the JefTerson because I criticised that platform in its medical schools, because the rapid reasoning". KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, ian banquet would not honor the nitim- - application to conditions existing three strides made in the past decade proves IB VINE. ry of the world's greatest Democrt. Do years ago anil tuen resisteu your canui- - mat tne day is not far distant when Office over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court t'louse, ou Main Street. fEstill Conntyl not misunderstand me. You may be dacy for the Presidency, therefore my this college will bo the leading medical ight and I may be wrong, but I take preECuce at the proposed dinner would school in America." Union Stock-Yard- s, H. B. HOGG, When seen at the hotel, Dr. Gibson for granted that we are equally con not honor Iho world's greatest Demo- again buying cattle Geo. Williams is ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cincinnati, O. expressed Ins high appreciation of the in the upper counties. scientious, and I trust that I may not crat. Kentucky. show myself less courageous than you. "The course of events will probably honor conferred upon him, and we feel Millard West, of Lancaster, was in Richmond, Telephone 7346. You proclaimed to your fellow- - prove your understanding of the rela- - sure the Board could not have made a Irvine Monday on business. my election on the tions of individual opinions .to Demo- - wiser choice and we are sure that the citizens in 1696 that Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. Geo. Vaughn, a student at the Lex "All information regarding live Democratic platform would endanger cratic gatherings, and it is therefore doctor will do all in his power to pro- - ington Business College, is visiting in Consign stock cheerfully furnished. & D. M. OHENAULT, J. 0. the nation's welfare; you will pardon not required of me now to indulge in aj mote the interest of the college and Irvine. sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. me if I suggest that a banquet presided long discourse ou the relation in your hospital in Kentucky. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Mr. Breck Hill, of Beattyviile, was Dr. Gibson has been In Philadelphia over by you will injnre rather than aid politics of temporary to permanent Kentucky. in town Monday and delivered a poli Richmond, CALL AT lor the past two weeks aud during his the Democratic party. I believe in questions. cal speech that morning at the court harmonizing political differences, and "On returning from the Chicago con-- 1 visit he has been royally entertained ouse. Chen-anil'- s Office on Second street, over in my opinion no party advantage is to veution I explained mycourseinapub- - by the profession especially by the grocery. Mis Annie Wagers passed through be derived from political communion Headdress to my constituents and justi- - noted surgeons: Drs. Joseph Price, Richmond Wednesday on her way to Jefferson Democrats who fled my prof est on the ground that John B. Deaver, Professors Ernest between! PHYSICIANS. stand upon the Chicago platform and and executive action in en- - lace, W. Easterty Ashton and Wm. L. Ford to visit her lister, Mrs. Warn SALOON PARLOR the Republican allies who masquerade forcing the Chicago platform" would be Rodman, who, each day, have taken Stevenson. DR. H. R. GIBSON, Mr. Mehatfey has moved his goods -- aO TO THE- -Democrats between campaigns in an assault on wages and savings, being him to their private hospitals, where he WHEW IN TOWN. FIIYSICTAN AND SURGEON, order to give more potency to their be on silver monometallism and impair had the opportunity to see the best from the Flynn building in "Cut Off,' Kentucky. trayal of Democratic principles on the obligations of contrasts. I there- - operative skill in America. He has into one of the Lilly Btoro houses on Richmond, Coolest and most refreshing election day. Yours truly, after contended wherever I had oppor- - also been entertained at many of the Public Square. Ollice in the Joe Ccilint building, 8 and ao See W. J. Bryan." Miss Lula Snoden gave a party to of drinks that can be found tunity that insistence by the United principal clubs, medical and surgical 12 W. Short St., Islington, Ky. jy ond Street, orer Wnite . old drugstore, elmont replied: States on the coining of ratio sixteen to societies as well as at the homes of the her young friends a few night since in the city are dispensed J. "W. MASTERS, Proprietor- "Dear Sir: 1 have just received your one would be the grave of internal hi- - above named gentlemen. Although the weather wasdisagreeable, CHAS. HOOKER, and accommo by Reirular meals 2S cents. Lodcinir 23 cents. From here Dr. Gibson goes to New tho evening was greatly enjoyed by Most letterof tlio lGth inst., in which you metallism, and that if Europe opened dating clerks. convenient and centrally located hotel in VETERINARY SURGEON, describe those who declared in 1S9G its mints at fifteen aud oue-haand "iork City for a month's "stay and we those present. the city. Fine equipped bnr in connection. Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. that your election to tho Presidency on this government persisted in the ratio are quite suro he will recoive the same Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vaughn left Ir the Chicago platform 'would endanger of sixteen the result would bo as in courtesies there that havo been extend vine Tuesday for Kansa3 City, where and 'Whiskey chits Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty tho nation's welfare' as Jinnifr 'the Republi- 1831 and the United States would be ed to him hero. of I'.l rthev will make their future home. ayOffice up stairs, over store recently accu. Phone 3. Second St. can allies who masquerade as Demo- - left with only a subsidiary currency. Success to Kentucky and Kentuck- - MissJudeth Tudor accompanied them pied by Richmond Harness Co., East Main y St apr7-ltin h u wnniiFY r.n Hiehmond, Ky. rats between campaigns in ordor to RICHMOND, KY. JUAXSFOKD Jj r ARRIS. I answer 3 ou as an individual and lans. Uilice. lot Korth l"ryor St. as far as Richmond. give more potency to their betrayal of not as committing the organization of Class 1900 M. C. C, C. JASPER, M. D young Lexington 7. C. W. Miller, a Democratic .principles o n election which I am President. No copy of your Medicine and Surgery. awyer, is attending court at this place. day.' " A Thousand Tongues lettor or this retily has been seen by any Office Collins nuildinc,"MaiuStreet. Iryino is Mr. Miller's old Jiome, and his Mr. Belmont then goes ou to say that member of the Damocratic Club and Could not express the rapture of An two weeks visit will be pleasantly, as Telephone at resilience (the Carr place) on before auswering "the unwarranted has been nie E. Springer, pf 1125 Howard st. well as profitably spent. Kentucky letter" he hadlnstituted a suit against will not until aftor the reply Richmond, --- --mailed to you. Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Mr. G. E. LillyJ of Richmond, ar a New York newspaper on account of "It is not practical for me to recall in Dr. King's New Discovery for Con1 W. EVANS, M D., rived mondav to attend court. Mrs, G. an alleged libel, in which he was this letter the substance of what I havo sumption had completely enred her of a characterized as "a higher priced man writte.n or spoken during "or since the hacking cough that for many years had Lilly accompanied him, and the week than the floater who fells his vote for last Presidential campaign in regard to made life a burden. All other remedies will be pleasantly spent with the fami rilYSIClAN AND SUBOEON, :rcjv Lilly. the Chicago platform and its many and doctors could give her no help, but iy of Col. H. C srSJ flrSJ Richmond, - - - - Kentucky $2 on election day," and continues: Is right at hand so is the "Your purpose to bo equally defama phases, and I do not in any way recog- - she says of this Royal Cure 'it soon Judge Redwine arrived Satilrday to nllr-- il tory is obvious. Your skill in tho use nizo your right to question my Democ- - rernovsd the pain "in my chest and I hold circuit court here. Attorney DR. T. J. TAYLOR, of the words foibids the plea that in racy. I am sending you by this mail can now sleep soundly, something I can Hugh Riddell instructed the grand jury in Medicine and Surgery, Practitioner Kentucky our letter you misused them through a volume which correctly gives tho list scarcely remember doing before. I Monday morning, and Judge Redwine Richmond, ignorance. The design is plain, and of everything which has been publish- - feel like sounding its praises through- - begau trying cases in tho afternoon and residence on Second Street. wcie It not that you have interwoven cd.andyo'i are at liberty to indicate out the Universe." So will every one although still suffering from an at in your abuse referenco to my opinions and expose any portion that is uupatri- - who tries Dr. King'i New Discovery tack of grip. DENTAL 5TJBG3ST. upon public questions as opposed to otic, undemocratic, Dr. Young, pastor of the Richmond or in for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or frHJS conflict with the Democratic creed as Lungs. PricK 50c. and $1.00. Trial M. E. Church South, lectured Wed Center-C- ut set forth in Jefferson's first inaugural bottle free at Perry & Thomas Drug nesday ovening-a- t the Irvine Metho Pehby Belmont." dist church. The lecture was splendid mm address. Store; every bottle guaranteed. 5 and enjoyed by all. His subject was. of Louisville, Ky. 'Temperance" and made a deep im Rubbed the Grave. LITERARY NOTES irr Offlce next door to Government Building, w. pression on the audience. Rlcbmand, Ky. umce nours a i SfrSl :.-novl7-l- y a fi ii i:iA startling incident of which Mr, Mr. Sam Thomas and wife, of Lex, tjur store i.- - iutJitvity swjuttcu wim everj .trtiuteij' is "Book News" for April presents as first-clas- s John Oliver of Philadelphia, was - the its opening feature an Springs last week iEi Hardware Store, such found in a sym ington.were at Estill Four nice rooms torrent. subiect is narrated by him as follows: posium on Kipling, half critical, half making arrangements for having the as Collars, Hames, Traces, Baekbauds, etc., S El "I was in"n most dreadful condition. liirirrriliirJll !l ViiIiihIiIa mntnmnnrfirif garden planted, aud the grounds put in Call at Dental Oftice of Dr. Hob N"nilsJ "Wire. Stoves. Tinware. Cutlerv. etc. IrtlS Myskinwas almost yellow, eyes sunk- - jud;ement on the m08t ram0U8 nlJtl0r order for June. Mr. Thomas will be 1 to postoifice. son, next door .wuu u, ,MIU c.., tongue of the interest of which proprietor this year and many predict mm mm Dae aim siues, no appelHe-grauu- aI.y jg heiguloned by a well.executed por. this will be tho most prosperous season Mr. Wm. Buckley, our experienced tin- - mm FRED SMITH. growing weaker day by day.Ibree Iu nu(!iH0n there are estimated in the history of Estill Springs. You feel the blood rushing Jzliffl) ner, is constantly in demand for guttering, plivsidaus had given me up. tortunate- The Moutainekr, b(K)ka wh.ch lbe along. the most DEN J 1ST. fjrnjj roonng anu repairing. EafrHJ .uCim- month hag brougllt fotlU in American iy, a menu uuvibcu j ,K But what kind of blood? WOfflce, over Collins Grocery, same office That is the question. We will not be mm tmii.r.w, nd lers, U..U iu my gru.il by Dr. V. W. Burgin. JanK-l- y lately occupied aa&mQn tne rest Trof. Is it pure blood or impure uewucu marine- - pfltlpna..i i1Rflt Rntvim(,na of ninatra. UIC lirei UUIUB uiauu Undersold TOY-DA- Y mm I blood? ment. I continued their use for three live art from current works: list of the If the blood Is impure then H. now a well man. I know books weeks, and am you are weak and languid; in which the rending world is your appetite is poor and your thev Baveti my lite, and roDueci me most intertstedat this time, etc. John candigestion is weak. You grave of another victim." Nooneshonld Wanamaker. Philadelphia and Dew not sleep well and the mornCincinnati. Ohio Kn vn w..t TJInlh Rtr-- t Struggling through fail td trv them. Only 50 cents per bot Yoik. Monthly, oc a copy a vear. By., on for ing finds you unprepared will be at the Hotel Zlmmer. Richmond, life, cursetl with ca the work of the day. Your tle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc tarrh, is a common THE AWT AMATKUU cheeks are'palc'and your comWednesday, April 12, 1899 5 cessors to W. G. White. ' iliiH MUJ experience. How plexion is sallow. You are for April is an exceedingly interesting returning every second Wednesday o. each ever heroic the troubled with pimples, boils, number. The color plate is a charm! ng THJiMfrHJiarrHJatrHJiirrHJ FRUIT PROSPECTS. ui monln. itcierencc every puyoitjau temo-i- aviwi or some eruption of the skin. fight catarrh gen mond, Ky. study of Violets by Frieda VoelterRed Why aot purity your oiooa f erally wins. Under some II. F. Hillenmeyer, tho noted horti momi. iiio connoisseur will llnd in KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. name or other culturist, writes the Lexington Herald The Note Book" and "Collector' it gets the best E. US. CiTE. Pictil'tt, Itiiajtom. ij. as follows concerning the fruit silua- much of. importance aud value for the of us. Frank E, EHARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM tiont "The apples are notdamageJ; student. This number furnishes a fund Ingalls, Waco, MEBCIAL COLLEGES. neither are the pcaru. Grapes huve of inlornmtion about "Elementary Tex., and thou m.. it! Drawing and Drawing for Reproduc rli.nM. intl Ttlhln Cntlrae t22 a suffered severely, but will yield' "a good liSTAULISHEI) sands of others $10,000 vear. More than twenty teachers. crop. Cherries are probably somewhat tion," by Ernest Knauff; "Plaster Cast have bee a permanently cured of catarrh crmnasium. Thousands of successful alumni. Social and moral wellare of students receive damaged, although it is hard tocsti ing," by L. Bush ; "Designing from Na by Dr. Itartman's .successful remedy ttjnLlnn Oncn to both SUCS. FOf Ily27-t- f catalogues address the President. Here is Mr. ingalls' letter: mate to what extent. The raspberries ture," by Arthur Blackmore; "Flower are snug, and tho' snow hns really Painting" by Rhoda Holmes Nicholls; Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, O. and Man-a-li- n Dear Snt: " helped thenl very much. I am rnther "Notes on Landscape;" "Wood Carv ing," by Karl von Ryd'nfisvard; Em have cured me of one of the worst cases apprehensive of the damage to the of catarrh any ob ever had. My case HeaisttMes, SttUary and blackberries that will result. An in broidery," by E. Day McPherson vraa so severe that .1 was compelled to MeiiHeits, Teaibs, "Oriental Designs," by Arthur W.Daw discontinue my business, that ol con Granite; teres! ing fact is that there are more Marble will do it. Take It a few days bushels of blackberries eaten in Ken son ; articles aud designs forchisa paint ductor on a railroad; wit I am now and then put your finger on SHOUT LINE TO tucky each year than there are apples Ing bv Charles Volkmar, F. Howell entirely well.'' Ordinary treatment of catarrh is for your pulse again. You can Hence, the Insts of the crop would be a Prisetman and E. C. Darby. For tlie local relief. Cures are not expected. feel the difference. It is decorator are shown viewH of -severe ono. However, I do not appre iutenor stronger and yonr circulation Dr. Uartman's method eradicates ca hend so serious a result, although there Country Hall and a City Hall, with tarrh absolutely. Get his latest book better. Send for our book on suggestions for their treatment, Tho and learn how to combat this insidious Impure Blood. is nnquestionablv some damage done Best Line to supplement designs are for Wood Car- disease. The Medicine Co. If you are bilious, take to the bushes1' ; !.l ARKANSAS, TEXAS, Ayer's Pills. They greatly ing, iJima t ainting, .bis broidery an Columbus, O., will mail Dr. Hartman's . Those who are cetemplating buying IMarblo, Granite, or any kind of fcooks free on application. aid the Sarsapwill, They MEXICO Cemetery Work, villliid it to their interests call at the old stand in the ren It is aimoilnced by Commissioner of pyrography. Price 35 twits. cure constipation also. H. A. Scott, Brt, Tcnn., writes: of the M. K. Churchjbn Irvino Strett, when: they will tlnd constantly on hand The recent e access of the British arm Agriculture Lucas More that the sup AND CALIFORNIA. to my Maker a large stock of flHinhcd work to select TronLat prices to suifall c!wes ef " feet WrM to JtoofefMr. ply of garden seed for distribution by ever the Mahdists iu tho Souda dea aaul I vour very thamkfal k. m. u. uuui nmii, one or tne ocw. workmen 111 central Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis- wttX wedieine that I am nuyers mtt-ifreely all the putlcslart Write them his bureau ia exhausted. His office is oitrates that even fanaticism cannot enred. 1 weU m 1m witttovt Pe ICentuckr. k in chraribe of our estahlishnieat! and this means satisfactory wwk receive ia your we.- - Voa l to San Francisco. r-- a in overy phtM. PartieK livinz at- - a dietaace slicwlii write to ue fee design, in the honea." Ask vour ticket aeut for particular or write ATE. (S flooded with reouests for seeds. The. tnd aaalnst drill mid dtxpHae. wm, w lurnist led on application. . Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, to R H N lUMteHtaiKt JrVni-n- a has fed easfag eaAarrh i.or whfcii renort of the nurchase of 410.000 ' worth I in erliw days, it l . . . JoaisTllle.Ky. : uni YOUR PATRONAGE! SOLICITED." of seed we erroneous. The" aiaouat why th Arabs swept 4l Mfore them forty yean. It phMtirf out the reo4 teuet of Uotmsamod of cmtan'ji Mad bsflda fcaoolfl SD. All for thin purpose real! M WM.jL kellond. K. H. HANSON, I taught hla follower 728.75. that, the hour and Otf, A., Cnlcafo, A.Q.P.A., Louisville. r VA I w Baking Powder ss DEK.&K in d Our Goods far-flu- AND Our Prices We Don't Want a Cen Of your money unless you get value received for it. For tliat reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. 1 PAYn lf assooo - II Rllllislilllli LIPPINCOTT'S . up-toTda- -- Is If Suites... In room Bird's-Ey- e Golden and Antique Oak.... Maple, Mahog-an- ', Kennedys Kergan White Gibson, -- well-define- at W.H.Hosha&Co two-thir- at-La- v, Mis, lop d Ik, 31-3- 0 1 Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. ' '0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and "Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to If call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of framing pictures. Our line is full and complete, aud in charge of MrM. G. Brown, a graduate embaluier and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere.- - English Kitchen, S, NEVILLE T MOBERLE PHONE up-to-da- te Successor to J. S. Collins. lf 1 wiiii-lloo- k - A BOON TO MANKINU! DRTABLER3 2 oi n BUCKEYE O 03 1 fa 'sSTrsI ts M . m n r uinmPlin Vulcan H Clhilled Plow, m ii A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 cents. JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, mm PM a- -, ir m And Bell - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, 13. - Disc Harrows. For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. 'CMtlMiad. ! i15'1- j mm semp IHrUUTSD te pra si mm p lf Dr. Louis Landman IP5 I -- HEROISM! e if! Taylor Bros. 1863, y. Madison Monumental Works leMthelLca.or M0.IS, andUelentchareos. $31.75- IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE SS-V- S - -11 j)rie etrrt ': mmito bvfare. 4 ky tan. Hu b nn Wer mm THE ACME QUEEN Uonaot tbamattoilUBLEASDSnEmST svhawn. which tuiku iammmi twriuie. From tho lllasCnitlon U enjcraretl direct from a photogra phoa cn form some Idea of 1 tJ Deaatirci pievrmnce. Maae rram Miia Qnanersawea k. antique anUbanGomclydtr&tedandoriuiraented; TUB lOUCQl'KSXUtt 5 lnct.ee Utct IH?tyle.Inches wide and welirba feet pounds. blgb. 3M ConU Inches lonjr, t3 tains & octarea. 11 stona. aa follows: UliMtea rrl1pa' Httadla, CctcsU. (mnt, Due CtUr, Trakle DsleUsia, Tos Kuiibsi 1 0Uf iMpUr, Cwpltr, D1abm Pert u4 8U OrrkMlral Tm4 1Tm Swell, lUru4 0riu KtMmsUrr Tip QvaUlj EmAj, 1 84 ef ST Pure Bwet Xtledla Rr4s, 1 Htt ef I X Cktrataglj Brllllul Celette Ileed. 1 Bel of 31 JUcaXllOTSailIUr"aH, 1 8t f 24 riftls . THE ACMi:QLEE acIWllAlrtteMirtUclptl tion consUtof tbecelebned!iweUUr,whlchareonIj' used In tbe hlghent pr&de InstrumenUt fitted with Ua mma iapirs aa Tex muo on vour mw, leather, etc., bellowa of the best rubber clcta, bellows stock and flneet leather In Talree. THE ACME QUEEN is furnished with a 10x11 beveled Dlmteyreneh mirror, nickel nlatod ncdal framee. and every modern improvement. ff faralka free a haaeV tea ergu sUel aa4 tk eertertM iMlractUa boek yablkkce. GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. ffoaranteo, by the Issue a written blndtntr terms and condition, otwblcblfaay part fltlres on Try It one month and repair It fVre orenara-e- . wa will refosd roar money if yoa are not perfectly aatttllod. MtoftbeMortTanawtllbefoldatSll.lt. BKtlLK AT ONCE. K8XT BK1..VY. &UR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED not dealt wltlt us ak your nelghoor about oa. write tbe nublfer of tble De&eror XetirocoUtan National Bank or Com Exchangg NaC Bank, Chlcayo i or Oerraan Exchantre Bank. Hew Torki or any raJLroad or expreM wmpajirlnCedeaffat, We Vt eelial ef ew 8?00,oiM.oa, ocntpy entire one of the Unrest bnrinena blork In 1 IWK1 epi riAXOS, Cbtcaso, and empfor nearly Z.0M rople In onr own building, wt 8KIX OXOjUIS AT t22.00 m4 pi also tTerythloff is mnslcal Instmtaenta at lowest wholesale prlcei. Write for free ipcd 1 ore an, ptano (Sesra, Eeeeetk A Ce. are Uterorsltlr rrllabl. tiir.y Address, and mnsleal IntmmenteaUlotnie. SEARS, ROEBUCK ot CO (Inc.), Fulton, DespUines and Wayman Sts.. CHICAGO, ILL. It at jouroeare.t frclKbt depot, ualaatln. You can examine KprcMated, equal to organs yoa find wilt at 975.00 Ittocxutly a tie irreateet Talus too erer sawtliat and lOO.OO, retail far better than organs advertised by otners at more money, pay the freight agent car special DO daya' offer price, 331.75, AMI awl us QME DOLLAR aL4UlMadratklAXir QCKE3 FillLua to IU Sl.uu, OUUAS, kjlrlfklC. O. !., uWJkI t nTr Jr'JSjra,1! J- 4 i a, rai . anu JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pe-ru-- r ii firTirT n mi isf m Aerici aii Freigi aii Florida Havana SSSSyasjBlBAViUn t i inr - v New Orleans FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. , XjWak Pe-nt-- . Solid trains, finest In the South, Cindnnatl to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or Nnv Prleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. T1j Train Service is per- feet in detail. Fast sched ules, 21 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours ' I Bt . 4Sts .... . sPVR?' sjgyi HlwTaSAO wlu. U. Cincinnati ta Havana. j IW.tSweMiicK.I 1 Ctsclatwtl. 0Jt . -r . - vsl in-do- JKMES i " IT II LTON, ! Proprietor. 2 a . t .4 .... .aL..la Democracy triumphed Monday in tho Lot Mngorality contests at Clove-lanDayton, Aknon, Toledo, Urbana, tCMLEltT' -- Proprietor, Editors, Newark, Portsmouth, Springfield Ham ilton and other leading cities in Ohio. a E. WOODS, Associate 'Editor. To Tint the Laughing Sol" Tin TtnrMiltlfnnris nnrriivl nfF thn Inrwi I a . "" i WEDNESDAY, APBIL 5, - - - 1899 cities only Cincinnati and Columbus. JWCt not even nature WOVia Which way Is the wind blowing, did -ni fhe flowers to OTOW The Richmond Climax. d, The Mowers ir . ft FUBX.XS1IKDZVEBY WEDNESDAY BT you say; i , ff The Climax Printing Co. l'RICK WAX .f YKAlt, for every fraction of 200 yotes cast for sanshine, latter musthave ANNOUNCEMENT , , Bryan, or one for every fraction of 100 i. FOR AUDITOR. more, Jessamine 7, Anderson 6, parc oiuuu in urucr iu nave Vt'e are authorized to announce JOHN B. 9. perfect health. C, Garrard C, Lincoln 8, Mercer GHUNAULT. of Madison county, a candidate Boyle tor the office of State Auditor, subject to the Madison 14, HocKcasue 4, biteiDy id, Hood.a Sarsaparilla cures blood trou- action of the Democratic State Convention. fapencer S. biea 0f aii sorta jt j3 to the human system what sunshine is to nature FOR EErBESENTATIVE. The Ohio Bimetallic League, com the destroyer of disease germs. It We are authorized to announce M. II. WILLIAMS a oandidatefortbe Legislature, subject to posed of tho Bimetallic leagues in Ohio, never disappoints. the aetien of the Democratic party. Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky, will Poor Blood "The doctor Bald there We are authorized to announce W. W. bo held in Louisville May 9, 10 and 11. were not seven drops of good blood In my COMDS a candidate to succeed himself in the me up and V. J. Bryan, Geo. Fred Williams, of body. Hood's Sarsaparilla built E.Bbown, next general .j of the State of Kenmade me strong and well." Scans tucky subj&t to the will of the Democratic Boston, Ch.is. Towne, of Minnesota, 16 Astor Hill, Lynn, Mass. party. nvnnensla. etc. "A complication of and other noted silver men will attend chronic catarrh and CALL FOR COUNTY CONVENTION. the meeting. It will be the largest and troubles, dyspepsia, stomach, rheumatism, inflammation of the one of the most' important political etc., made me miserable. Had no appetite until I toolc Hood's sarsaparilla, wmcn gatherings ever held In Kentucky. acted like magic I am thoroughly cured." "lietolml, That a DiFtrict Convention N. B. Semjet, 1874 w. Mtn ay., Denver, vou Whenever a manufacturing estab Rheumatism " My husband was shall he hold, in the Third Railroad of District of Kentucky on Weduesday, lishment restores tho wages of Its em- obliged to give up work on account no rheu usea No remedy April 20, 1809, for the purpose of nomi ployees to what they wero a year or two matism. Sarsaparilla. neipea until which permanently Hood's for ago, Republican papers announce the cured him. It cured my daughter of canating a Democratic candidate as an in tarrh. I give It to the children with good Railroad Commissioner in said district. fact in big black head-line- s results." --Mes. J. S. McMatu, Stamford, Ct. tho city crease ol wages, ivery weeK ine laSaid Convention will meet in of Winchester at 1 o'clock p. m. Dele- boring men who are thrown out of em' WdlCa gates jo said Convention shall bo chosen ployment by the organization of some at County Mass Conventions, to be held new trust will greatly exceed those at various county seats in the district who have had their wages restored by Bood't Pills en re llrer llli. the non lrrlutlng and at 2 o'clock, p.m., on Saturday, April some tarui prot.ecr.ea employer. only cathartic to lake with Hood's Sariaparllla. Georgetown Times. 15, 1800. "That the basis of representation If we properly understand the situa- from each county to the District Con is almost tion, Chairman mngale s refusal in St. Paul, Ninn , Pioneer-Pres- s vention shall be one delegate for every tho Boyle county Legislative conven hysterical in its alarm, and this uneasitwo hundred votes and each fraction tion, to side with anything that looked ness has been communicated to other over one hundred votes cast for the like a trick, reflects credit upon that high protective organs, notably the hoad of the Democratic electoral ticket Times-HeralThe Pioneer gentleman, and indicates a proper, Chicago at the Presidential election in 1899." Press demands, as did Mr. W. S. Mob- though unfortunately rare, conception 'That all known Democrats and ofricht and duty. "When friends of erley in his address before the Fran who will pledge thomselves to nrtulatPfl fiPk throuirh naTtisan chair- - denninl Uiub t on r irmay nigut, in mis i ti tho nomiuee of said District Con men to gain unjust advantages the city, mat me nepumican ooi.grehb vention shall be entitled to participate vriil ,.f ti,n maioritv or the riehte of in- - take action to overthrow tho trusts. -, J 1 J Jt I " .1 in the Cbuntv Conventions to select ..... - . dividuals are thwarted, and party har-- nu suggests mat mis may oe uono oy delegates. mony destroyed. It.:wou!d please fair- - repealing tho protective duty on every "J. M. LASSING, Chairman. minded citizens if there wero more article controlled by a trust. Com "South Tkimiile, Secretary." Pioneer-Pres- s article Wingato Chairmen everywhere. In mcnting upon tho both Re Boyle, as elsewhere, may only the best the Chicago Times-HeralPursuant to the above call I request publican papers, says: tho Democrats of Madison county to man win. Most certainly it should be the duty meet in Mass Convention at the Court Anent Bryan's caustic refusal of of Concress. in both branches of which House, in Richmond, Ky., at 2 o'clock Belmont's invitation to tho Jefferson the Republicans' have a majority, to p. in., on Satunlay, April loth, 1899, to banquet, the Lexington Globe says abolish or suspend the protective duty on products of any industry which appoint delegates to attend the District "some people may blame Mr.Bryan.hu t hasthe been organized into a trust and held at Winchester, Mr. Bryan is right, however, as then which has arbitrarily raised tho prices Convention, to be Ky., Aitri! 20th. 1890, to nominate a never can be any reconcilement be- of products. No mercy or consideration should be Democratic candidate for BallroadCom tween Gold Democrats and true Jeffer- miseioner in theThiril Railroad District souian Democrats who stick to consti shown to any combination of capital that takes advantage of a protective of Kentucky. tutional money gold and silver. There tariff to mulct American consumers- It , Cuin'n., John B. Chen-altis no middlo wound upon which they should be the first oflico of the Repub District Com. MmHon, County, Ky, can unite and become reconciled to fu lican mnioritv in Concress lo freo its from alf responsibility for March 24th, 1809. ture joint political action. The Gold skirts under shelter of the tariff trusts which exact nothing but high prices from tho people. Democrats will Mr Ai.omt is in Cuba, Let him acquiescence in consent to view of V1ierover the protective tariff en the Republican count the victims of Eagan's embalmed hances the price ol the product or a beef, buried on the isle they went to the money question, and this the advo trust to the American consumer it cates of free mintage to both metals should be reduced or removed entirely, save. will never do. What is needed is a That is a pretty safe proposition. Its Tub recoipto of the iroverument for new party aligument, with all tho Gold- - adoption will remove the stigma of the half of March excuoded the expen bugs on one side and all the constitu fostering trusts from the Republican part 696 by $8,000,000. Dinglev law or rev- - tional Democrats on the other. The Should the Republican Congress act Gold Democrats must go where they ettue stamps? upon the advico of these papers the belong, into the Republican ranks, and No consideration will be given to tho the bimetallist Republicans must Join Uingley protective tarm would pre appearance of a 6ie ve. It Con suggestion of a ticket made up ofMcthe Democracy. There is no tenable sent the Kiulev and Reed until the glad day middle ground for the union of the now gress acts upon this advice the best and co m us when the tail shall wag the dog. quickest plan would be to repeal tho divergent Democratic wings." entire Dmgley protective tariff law at It is a mattor worthy of note that Last Thursday the Lancaster Re one swoop and then spend ten minuteB those who declare Mr. Belmont in the cord passed its tenth mile-pos- t. was in making a new one providing for proright arts those with whom Mr. Bel founded by a christian gentleman It of the tective duties on the exceedingly scarce mont voted in 189C. lamented James R. articles not now controlled by trusts, highest type, In the Democratic State Convention Iqutthotit QOOd SOU. NOW , June 21, the counties of the Eighth -- r r. Mlna-imrenre-"- u "" Ht"-$1.50. niEtr!.kui!l hnv thn of one delegate alike; the former must have sentation, on the bases - ar' drug business, but Roelle. On March 25 at O'Fallon, publican admistration. Times-Journa- l. Mo., Mrs. Pauline Stone Rbzelle, wife A Sunday School has been organized Miss Sallle Miller returned on Satur of- Hon. Arthur Rozelle, Labor Com at Sylome M. E. church South, with day from St. Louis, where she has been missioner of Missouri, and daughter of Mrs. Kiltie Kanatzer as Superintendent. with Mrs. Mabelln Terrell Bcggs, who Col. Robert H. Stono, formerly of Madi Walter Taylor, living with his Beverly Broaddua, is danger has been quite ill but is so much im- son. Deceased was born 1859 in this We make, sell and apply. After more than 30 proved that she will probably inako a county, and leaves many relatives here, ously ill and not expected to recover. years actual practical experience in the making, Mr. Thatcher, of the Barker Cedar selline and putting on of paint, ire feel some visit to Richmond this spring. we the Stones, McDowell's Irvines, Rodes', Co., Chicago, III., was here last week what justified in claiming that thanknow something more about the business those who Mrs. Lucy Miller Wooten writes from etc. Mrs. Rozelle was a lady of many on business connected nith the interest uavo lor a snon lime as cierits ana aeaiers Deen selling over the counter painta canned and Mason, Mason county, Tex, that the graces and of raro intellectual attain of their plant. keged of which they were unacquainted with One dollar and twenty-fiv- e cents the quality of the contents. We guarantee to winter was like a continual spring. As ments. day reminds us of good old Democratic give to the people or tnls and adjoining counshe read, in the OmiiAX, of weather Stoxe. Austin Ballard Stono, aged times when the mills at this place paid ties better saints, that will Droduce better re money this side sults hero. 20 below, she wonders how we 29 years, and son of Tobias Stone, died thfat price under a Democratic admin ot thefor less cities. than any concern of paints Now make a list larger wanted from White Lead on. cet figures from managed to pull through without freez on Thursday near this city. Ho leaves istration. all, then get our figures and if we are not lower ing. Miss Nancy Hall, of Richmond, and give yon better goods than any one else, a wife, formerly Miss Goodlett, and one we promise yon that we wont ask you to buy, Mr. Carl Day, a well remembered child. Ho lately bought Lyman Par- spentEaster with tho Misses (Prathcr. KeinemDer we summi samples lor your inspec All tlie world loves a lover, 'and why tion. student of O. U., is hero, enroute to Ir rish's livery stable and had inherited a the attractions Valley Viowward of vine. He is general manager of the nice sum from his wealthy grandfather, Richmond boys and pretty lasses, is Day Lumber Co. at Jackson. He left tho late James Austin Ballard. The something that puzzles one of our dudes. here for Florida two years ago weigh- - funeral was conducted by Rev. W. R. 203 ff. 111.1 STREET. The Southern Lumber Co. has adweighs 21G and still Lloyd and the burial in the Richmond inir 124. Ho now vanced the price of lumber nearly fifty RICHMOND, ICY, cemetery, we havo heard expressions percent. To counterbalance the ad fattening: only lareest price of lumber they have and retail dealerand Faints, exclusive wholesale wan raper, winA. H. Severance has taken his wife of the deepest regret over Mr Stone's vance in the In pay of employes from 10 increased Oils. (uee Miss Fiorrie Heath) to Ashville, death. He was greatly beloved for his to 12 per the an hour, working them dow Shades. Window Glass.suppliesVarnishes. generally, Brushes, Artist and Painters cent, stock the largest and prices always the lowest. N. C, for the benefit of her health, the sunny nature, generosity, good fellow ten hours a day. Jay hjj. liss, doctors at Jennie Casseday Infirmary, ship, and other noble qualities. To his How's ThM 50 YEARS' Louisville, and her physicians here con oereaveu ones our svmpathy is ex EXPERIENCE We offer One Hundred Dollars Re curring in the belief that it was neccs' tended. Phelps. The community heard with ward for anv case of Catarrh that can sary to take her there. Stanford Jour Catarrh Cure, distinct regret of tho death of Miss Kit- - not he cured by Hall's Co., Toledo, O. nal. b. J. Uiieney & tie Phelps, the aged sister of the late We, the undersigned, have known Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller, of Rich mond, Ky., were guests of tho family Mrs. Nancy Green, which occurred on F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all of Attorney J. J. Newport part of the Saturday in Cincinnati at the residence business transactions and financially Designs past week. Mr. Miller is editor of tho of her nephew, Mr. A. C. Green. "Aunt able to carry out any obligations made Copyrights Ac. leading paper at Richmond, and fa Kitty" had been in declining health oy tneir nrm. Anvnna sendlnff a sketch and dcserlDtlon may qclclilr ascertain onr opinion free whether an West & Truax, Wholesale Drucciats vored Tho Advance with a pleasant for some time and her death was not Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents unexpected, though none the less sad. Toledo. Ohio. fraternal call. Harriman (Tenn.) Ad sent free. Oldest agency for securliiepa Walding, KInnan & Marvin, Whole i'atenta taken throueh Mann A Co. receive The remains wero brought to Rich- - sale Drucgist, Tolodo. Ohio vance. tjxetai notice, witnoat cniree, in tne Chrisliau s untarrii (Jure is taken internal super moud and, after services at the Mrs. A. T. Million, tian church, were interred in the ceme Lly, acting directlv upon the blood and intendent of Madison, who is represent A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest family lot, wherein lie the mucous sariaces or the system, lesti 3a rni&tlnn of snr nelentlsa lAurnal. ing the Southern Investment Co., of tery in the monials sent free. Price 75c per bottle TAfcr- - four months. IL. Sold braU newsdealers. bodies of Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Green, bold by all juruggists. Lexington, is here for the purpose of New York nail's Jtamiiy nils are the nest, lm establishing an agency. According to Silas T. and Fiancis Marion Green. Branch Office, CS F St. Woihtsgton. D. C Rev. Dr. Lloyd's Eermon or address 7 the plan as stated, it is almost like find was very touching. He recited the ing money to invest in it. Stanford facts connected with the early history Journal. of tho Christian church in Madison Messrs. w. B. and Joe T. Jones were county, with which the" deceased was summoned to the bedside of their closely identified. A remarkable fact brother, Mr Wm. Jones, at Blackstock is that Miss Phelps is the last of the Spanish-America- n War Panorama. the As about 200 trusts are now in opera S. (J., last weelc. Tne latter is some 52 original founders of Mairs, who gave it up to its present this church in Contains ICO superb half-ton- e engrav Silver Republicans who voted for proprietor, Mr. Louis Landmen, a tion, a repeal of the protective duties better now. His wife was formerly Richmond. It was in 1844 that the ings, mado from photographs taken of McKinloy solely because he stood on a I am ready to furnish Thoroughbred Light platform plugged to bimetalIisin,should worthy successor, and one who has on all articles controlled by trusts Miss Pattie Gilbert, sister of Mrs. Sue meeting of Disciples was held in a little our Army iu camp, on transports andiu Brahma Eggs at $1 for 15. The cockerels that nieoting of Bimetallic never lowered his colors to the enemy would be a repeal of 90 per cent, of the Dudley and Mrs. Wm. O. Chenault, of ehop in this city at which plans were actual service, Spanish and American I bougnt a lew weexs ago are from tne pen mat attend the took first prize at New Albany and Louisville Poultry Shows last Tear. Can also furnish perfected for the erection of tho pres- Gun-boatLeagues at Louisville on May 9, 10, 11. of the public weal. May the Record protective duties provided by tho Dingley Ibis county. Cuba, Havana, Manilla Thoroughbred Mammoth Pckin Duck Eggs at law,and would be the most comprehensive continue to be a ciedit alike to its Miss Laura Bennett entertained the ent commodious edifice. Landscapes, Architecture; shows tho si tor 12. uraite weigns v ins., uucts 8 ids. of Lane ueolf has In tho promotion of stamp deputy founder, ite present proprietor, and to free trade measure ever adopted by an Crokinolo Club on Thursday night. As manners and customs of the people ot ahans.Morcan will a Den fewscored Blackeggs at settings ot sell a andhe Hawkins to the division doputyship, the good county of Garrard. A very American Congress. Gov. McCreary usual the evening was delightfully a. uraers nuea in oraer as received. our new Islands; Pictures of our Heroes it ior Collector Snpp, of the Fifth Di&rict, capable judge of such matters is the remarked in his address before the club passed. President Jim Neale is in favor Dewey.General Charles King,(known Harry S. Morgan, pleases that large eloment whicn is versatile Joe Waters, of Stanford, who that trusts begin to levy tribute of making a very sensible rule, that as Captain Charles King, the author,) Coon Hunting Club. White Station, Ky. upon man the moment he is born into guests of the club and members here mchl5 tf political "pull" but thus corroborates the foregoing: without influential A coon hunting club has been organ Wheeler, Hobson, Roosevelt, Sampson the world ; they levy tribute upon him alter be confined to reasonably expert "Louis Landram is the hardest-wor- k which has the power of voting. Mr, ized in Madison county and tho follow- Miles, Schley, Shatter, Lee, Brooks Hawkins is a gentleman honest, pa ingman in Lancaster, and one ol the at every stage of his career; they levy players. The reason is obvious. Carroll; Groups of Officers, Cavalry His only best fellows in the world, said Joe tribute upon the box in which his dead A letter from Lt. Travis Duff, Co. G ing officers have been elected: triotic, worthy, popular. Artillery, Infantry, Ships, Rifle, Prac Neale Bennett, President; G. W. fault is his politics but his best friends Robinson to me the other day, and I body is laid, and the marble trust 2nd Kentucky, which sails from Cuba tice, Spanish Soldiers Insurgents of all parties recognize him as an orna know he told the truth. He works levies a tribute upon the shaft that for tho states this week, confirms tho Evans, Jr., Secretary; C. II. Chenault, Chickamauga, Jacksonville, Tampa, Treasurer; Ruius Stone, chief climber; profession day in and day out, and fully deserves marks his last resting place mont to his party and to his story about his perilous escape from Jas. S. Crutcher, chief keener of dogs: Last Farewell Letters Home, HospitFrom, the cradle to the grave man is In his cose merit and a clean character tho success he has achieved In placing als, Clara Barton, Rough Riders, Santi marrying tuat Uuban belle. We supbut not until the form posed the story was a canard butTravis T. J. Smith,- Jr., Manager; E. E. laiio, San Juan, Manilla, the Beautiful have receiyod merited recognition, and the Record at the front of the news-- fleeced Mitchell, inspector of hunting gronnds; Collector Sapp may rest assured that papor procession in Kentucky, print- - atton of trusts promised to work an in says ho was the worst scared soldier in Elmer Deatherage, soller of hide; Har Women of Cuba and Manilla. he has made no better appointment Ing moro local news vand original edi- - jury to the Republican party have the Cuba that day. The Album is 5x8 inches, weighs 1 vey Uhenault, general supervisor; torials than papers generally contain.1 Republican organs become alarmed biuoe he received his own commission Myers, alter a visit of sev Evans & Evans. Detectives; JohnD, ounces, printed on finest coated paper. Joseph A. And now that they are thoroughly The Louisville Dispatch was start alarmed they lose sight of the fact that eral days to his home in Richmond Harris, game warden; Dr. C. II. Vaught, Sent FREE to any address in the ed as tho people's paper, by the peo the remedy they propose, the with- spent Tuesday in Nicholasville on his physician and surgeon; A. D. Miller, United States, Canada or Mexico, fori m its cents in stamps, or coin, to cover post ple's money, and they had a right to drawal of protection, is as far removed way to Georgetown, where ho is now registrar; Al Curtis, custodian; R. W. age and packing. Copy may be seen at expect that it would be conducted in from Republican doctrino and preced- located... ...Mr. A. D. Miller, wife and Milier, orator.' an impartial manner so for Jts the ent as the poles from tho equator. The daughter, of the Richmond Climax It is a trifle late fu tho season, but any ticket office of the Big Four Route IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE Order at once, as tho edition is lim csttse of Democratic candidates are con Climax repeats, the keystone ot Re passscd through Nicholasville Tuesday tho club will havo plenty of time to be and you can also say extreme Lexington, Ky. enroute home from Harriman. Tenn ready for next season and with their ited. cerned. But certain candidates and publicanism is crumbling. Address E. O. McCormick, Passenger ly comfortable, wnen you are where they have been visiting tho past splendid kennel of imported dogs they certain newspapers have waged a war driving in one of our easy on the Dispatch, and when that paper week. Jessamine Journal. expect to catch from 100 to 1000 coons Traffic Manager "Big Four Route, and handsome Buggies and Cincinnati, Ohio. responds to the first law of naturo, to Miss Dovie Letcher, of Richmond next season. Our stock of fine preserve its very life, it is maligued Mark envelope'War Album." lt Phaetons. State Auditor Stone was here this week. spent several days last week with her The club desires to purchase all the and; accused of having favorites and carriages is unsurpassed for s coon dogs inttns section, sister, Mrs. Rutherford Douglas. Miss Mr. James Bennett has returned from fighting other good Democrats. As the Lexington. Letcher, who will graduate this year Those having dogs for sale that come ecun no nuc nnn odttiid..andwewra beauty, style, durability and OLHU Ut U11L UULLH1! lend TOO thl fcl Lord is our judge we bellove the Dis Ubmd CKSIUTOltt COIL AID WOOD COOK. STOTE, bj Judge Bnrnam came from Frankfort from Central University, will be the up to the requirements will please call n 199 pitlen freight CO.D subject to examination. general superiority, and we patch has played false to no Democrat, first lady graduate-frouitoina it at that college. on or address the president of the club. your freight are selling tnem at prices tna on Saturday. aepov ana u Not by any means. However, her We opened 2UU pairs or me and most of all has been faithless to no Col. will surprise you, quality con perfectlouna Caldwell Contest. y John G. Cole, of Winchester, bister, Miss Russell Letcher, was tho friend. If it is compelled to ly satisfactory sidered. John Donelson. dium priced Lace Curtains take sides in the heated State Demo was here Monday. A Declamatory Contest to solect a Stt BaK first lady who ever received a degree (illS you and put them on sale at prices cratic contest, it is not of its seeking. Mr. Bolton Kilgore, of Glasgow, vis from C. U., which was in 'fH. declaimer to represent Caldwell oTcr raw Lir or tourjiament at Som of. pabeard y tha that are certainly within ev- It would be both a knave and a fool to ited friends at Paint Lick, Miss Lou Murray, she of pleasant High School in the meekly submit to the damaging attacks erset, will take place in tho Court AUK5T Muf Miss Nettio Biggerstaff is visiting memory for her gentleness and chrisery body's reach. 'on Mondav ovening, April 21 3PCCUL of designing men or to turn its back on friends in Indiana and Ohio. reii r. tian character, is matron of tho Eye House those who, in its hours of need, have Chorus, by grade No. 1, "Swiftly Rise SI3.00 HOT AN OLD PATTERN. Washington City, Mr. Ed Doty, of Fort Worth, Texas, and Ear Hospital of teas the WRITE FOB OPtt BIO FREE and are still its friends. Wo From Our Place." tent wltUor STOVE CATALOGUE. PIECE, been LNOT A a wealthy institution which is provid is visiting Paint Lick friends. or I12.C0 Led by tho invisible hand of its mlgh rwi by grade No. 2, "Twinkle, ler frwlirht chtms, This stove is slxo No. 8. oven is Chorus, NOT A SOILED PAIR. IGHxiStU topU2xt3t maUe from bet pig Iron, extra In ing everything for the comfort of its Dr. T. P. Gardner, of Irvine.-w- as ty rival, the Courier-Journa- l, those Declamation, Miss Kathleen Scott, large Attes. neary coTera, fceary llntoes and grates. accomplished matron' She writes that Lance oren shelf, beary OTa door, handsome who could not use the people's paper this city Friday and Saturday. kr "When the Cows Coino Home." ornaxneniaiunu ana inramiiigs, the French Ambassador was a lata iniarye deep, genuine Suadlth pwcUla Ilae4 rewmlr. hand$1.00 Six or eiffht styles for their private ends havo turned trait AT judge and Airs. T. j. Scott came mate, whilst-otbe- r Chorus, by grade Ko. 3, "Bonnie Lit- - some Ure ornamented base. Heat eU karBeriaada, and distinguished personwe furnish FUSK an extra wood prate, maklntr it Pr In pursuance of an order of the Madison full length, dainty de- or to the Dispatch and now seek its over Thursday from Jessamine. UK IMS11C X BISDISU CCAUiSTXK with County Court, entered at its March term, 1839, Brownies." feet ages aro frequent patients there. every ai tFr. cnarantee safe delivery to your railstove and undersigned. State Bank & signs, good servicea- destruction. It is tho only hope of De Declamation, May Wallace Ballard roads tat loo. Your local deaUr would charge you ttt.00 the Richmond, Kentucky, willTrust Company, Mrs. D. B. Shackelford entertained as assignee of for such a store, the freight is only about tl.OO for ot Mr. AV. S. Mobcrley entertained the "Raggedy Man." mocracy in Kentucky, and the plat tho Chafing Dish Club on Friday. we sua je at least S1U.OO. Address. John Porters, sell publicly upon the premises ble Curtains. each Soo miles. Prandennial Club on Thursday eveSEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.QHCJ CHICAGO, IlL in aiaaison county, &y., on form on which it stands and the truths Chorus, by grade No. 4, "Pussy Cat (Sears, ZMfast A Co are tfeeracaly rtUsale, Mtter.) Miss Nettio McGuire, of Why Not, ning and Joe spread tho supper, one of AT $1.50 Ten styles white it bo eloquently and fearlessly preaches Ky., is visiting MrsJas. Hamilton. and the Owl." apr5-Cand Ecrue 31 yards day by day, make it dearer to the plain Mr. W. P. Crooke, of Rockcastle, Is the most satisfying and elegant of the Declamation, .Hiss Mary Travnor, many to which tho members have "Ingomar." people of Kentucky, who seek no office, long extra width. than all the ambitious candidates who visiting his brother, Mr. B. F. Crooke, been treated. The subject of discusChorus, by grade N. 5, ' Old King AT $1.75 AT $2.25 AT$2.50 for spite and revenge would ruthlessly Mr. Emmett Voriesj of Owen county, sion was 'Trusts," upon which interes- Cole." Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., to the highest was shaking hands with old friends ting arguments were presented by Declamation, Miss Sadie Baughman and best bidder the following-propertTil.: The choicest, most de- wreck it-A certain tract ot land located on the waters Messrs. McCreary, Mnberley, Turley, "Annette." paper, their day May ot Silver Creek. nd on the Silver Creek and sirable lotof Curtains ever star the people's only political hope last week. MeneUus Turnpike, containing 433 acres, more and guide,their Dr. C. A. Fish has returned to Paint Vaught and Crook. Dr. A. W. Smith Chorus, by Grade No. 6, "Hunter's shown in the city. or less, the new Prize." in Kentucky, the Louisville Dispatch, Lick from the Louisville Homeopathic and Mr. C. E. Woods-werSaid farm is one of the most desirably located farms 3a Madison county, being on a Turnpike members present. Mr. Norman will Declamation, Miss Lillie Csmpbell 50 pieces new Mull and Silka- - be secuiely established, a propetual School. and 1W miles from Silrer Creek Station on tbo Philip Katledgo, as Executor of L. St N. K. K., it has a good dwelling house and blessing, though every turf beneath Its Miss Maude Miller, of Irvine, is the ontertain April 27, when the subject "Come Here." line from 7$ to loc. thereon in good James Butledpe, will sell publicly on all Becesearr ' feet be thesopulcher of blasted, selfish guest of her cousin, Mr. Hugh Miller, will be "Public Ownership of Munici Chorus, by grade No. 7. and productive, and The land the premises 34 miles south of Win- repair.i watered, is fertilemost excellent condi is well and in pal Franchises." 10. Cretone hopes, no matter whoso they are! The contest of tho boy's will occur on chester. Ky, on the Two Mile road uon. in the county. pernear Flanagan Station on the L. & N. At tbe same time aad place the following farmStripes at 25c. There is money in inany sports, but Friday, April 23. Dr. Robert Salle, who is studying sonal property will also oe sold: A lot of . Railroad, on ' Pkotection, the great keystone of Eo i. ing implements, tools and machtaery; three base-ba- ll has diamonds in it. L. A. Electric Line te Lexington. mare mule; ore aged roales; one publlcanism is slowly crumbling. That dentistry at Louisville, has returned We Wish lo Esairm yearliBs horse mule; seven head of horses; W. Bulletin. party is becoming thoroughly alarmed to Paint Lick. 15 aowi.; heifers and calve; two yearling bulla; Dr. David Bennett and two other three yearling steers; seven hogs; and a lot of Hon. Ben S. Crutcher, during circuit because of the rapidly increasing capitalists arrived here yesterday from corn is the crib. Awarded TEK.1IS The personal property will b sold The Principles ef member of trusts. The fact that the court, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Lexington in a closed carriage. They upon I. credit of sixty days for all sums of Highest Honors World's Fair, returned in a short while, afior feeling trusts aro detrimental to tho best in W. Evans, Jr. 115.00 sad over, the purchaser; will be required This Store. at 1:3Q p. m., the land owned by James securitj", bearing tercsts of the whole peoplo is not con Mr. Wyley Combs, of Jackson county, the public pulse as to the advisability Itutledgo at the timo of hi3 death, con- to give; note with approvedall sums lest than interesi from date' ot sale, Satisfaction m every m- - sidered by the Republicans, but their was tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. T, 115.00 ti be paid for Jn cash. of building an electric line to Lexing- sisting of LAND Tne land will be sold upon a credit stance. alarm is caused by the fact that the S. Hubert, last week. ton. Dr. Bennett was surprised at our of sis and twelve months to bear interest from the Ut of sale, and the purchaser will be reopposition to making Richmond Your money back if goods increase in the trusts promises to work Miss Nannie Royce, of Madison quired to give bond with approved security for the purchase) money, with a lien retained, to an injury to tho Republican party, county, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. suburb or feeder of Lexington, and are not as represented. Said land is in Two Trenti), one con have thu force and effect of a judgment. which organization has bent its best Benton. Winchester Sun. thought such n position inconsistent taining iibout IOC acres lying on the Polite, careful attention energies to tho promotion of trusts. Democracy-Neverthele- ss east side of the Two Milu road, the In persaaace of an order of the Madison our free-tradwith Mr. David Prewitt, whether vou are Duving or And as long as tne trusts were bene handsomest citizens, aouo of Clark'swo aro. opposed to balance of the farm being oa the west County Court eatered at Its March tens, 18tv, typical Kenof said is ouo of the State Baak Trust Cora p ay as assignee looking. ficial to that party because of liberal tuckiau, was trusts and believe that (his scheme side best tn road. The farm nearly all J. J. Palters will at the same time aad place of Clark county; here last week. the highest sell publicly campaign contributions tho Republican to make Lexington the commer- being in grass.- There is a house and the fortfo1g salethe follow lBg to theoatate of raal sad bent bidder Miss Curraleen Smith spent from organs saw in those trusts nothing J. Pot pars. jthe Bluo cGrass is other noceeaary improvements on J.Nighr-taia-e eli cial center of acres ot laaa located on the alarming or detrimental to the public Friday until Monday at "Winchester, exactly of that nature, and we are for tract. The tracts will be offered sepa- watara (it Mhrar Cwek la Madlaao ooanly, Kr., rately and thon as a whole, and the oid adoteifig tac foramina laad. saia Khty-thrc- e the guest of Judge and Mrs. J. M.Ben. welfare. Richmond first, as between the two accepted which will prod nee the moe! acre ot laad is well ssauMevea'. tortile, aad aacaf la beat pWcoe of laad ia Madiaoa Now, howoyer, those organs aro be ton. places and people.- - We, do not believe money. eonaty.'iKr. Miss May Taylor and Miss Stell coming alarmed, and fa their fright The terms ef the ule ot land will b the road 'will be encouraged by the The tanas of sal sn the aasae as raqairad la of IM ataaeny of Jeaa FBwers as on th day of the sale. thoy are forgetting a great msey things Duacan, Richmond, were visiting Mrs. thoughtful cltizese ttad merchants of MOST PERFECT MADE. broadway, maik" they are accustomed to T a&Mtt th Horia-- ket week. NicholasvlWs Dw& A pwe Crape Cream of Trnlir Powder. Fr thta city, He a matter of ' j Ammonia, Alum or any ottver riulnt and II tba protaoUrs wilt bow our po-- ; Lexington, Ky. benefits 'of the prettetfM Uritf erat. JWm IVsars aa . ti lwacs. mai mm Ulkiaf Uk tin tmfcii. Tin pfo wberWtt" Kicbaxwd ja to gain moy- - J. A. Mr, m 40 YBAM TIB STAK9AMD, wtilU mmt iris on-th- glad to hear of his appearance once more on tho streets after several weeks illness. Miss Mary Spencer Smith is expected home on April 10, from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry M. Rogers.of Frank fort, Ohio. We learn with pleasure that Mrs- Harrie Miller Winn, of Winchester, is about recovered from her long and very serious illness.. Stnart Crockett, bf Richmond Uni versity, spent Sunday and Monday with his parents, Dr: -- Crockett and . wife. Jessamine Journal. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hagan.Of Cor- bin, and Mr. Hugh Hagan, of .Livings ton, have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'SLS. Hagan.'tbis city. Mr. A. C. Green, wife and daughter, Miss Stella, accompanied tho remains or Miss Kittio Phelps from Cincinnati and were present at the interment on Monday. Misses Poyntz havo returned from a visit to Richmond. Dr. Poyntz and Casenburg have been keep busy, eo much sickness in tho neighborhood Paint Lick letter in Lancaster Re cord. Miss Elizabeth l'eenoy, who came over Monday irom Kiclimona to at tend tho Schalchi concert, returned home Tuesday accompanied by her sister-in-laMrs. John Feeney. Bour bon News. J. R. Davis is on a business trip to Cincinnati. Mrs. J. R. Davis and Miss Lottie MaydwelP accompanied him as far as Louisvillo where they will remain until his return. Campbellsville RELIGIOUS. "Justification By Faith" will be tho subject- of Mr. Smith's address at the First Presbyterian Church this evening at 7:30. The regular meeting at the Waco Baptist church has been changed from a. in. to 3 p. m. on Saturday's. Preaching as usual on Sunday at 11 a. m VE HAYE PLENTY 8F C9AL. MARRIED. "AMEniNE-WniTE. Aai can fill orders proMptly. Oar Pine Knot and Straight Creek Goals .Dan not be excelled. We also handle ay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near Jt. N. I. & B. Depot. Terms. Strictly Cash. NeffirWilliams. Mr. O. C. Amerine LEGAL TEST 16036. and Miss Fannie White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. White, wero married at tho latter's homo last Record 2:I9.V, fourth heat In s race on a half mile tracr. Hirea oy ne Rrcat electioneer (the only hone with 157 in 2:30). T.nT.TitT1li1iim hr "Don Victor." by Thursday. Williamson's Belmont:" thing except a luxury to stunt her son of Ilambletonian 10; 3d 2d dam Minnie, by dam Lanra Keene, growth and importance ::aa a business by Ilambletonian 10, all producing damsof any His aire, Electioneer, standi ahead center, it will be thankfully received. horse, living or dead, both as a sire ot extreme and 2:30 performers, and his son, Enough people leave here already to speed rnammnn irnLnnp auinon. m a Chimes, is inR aire ui Pakks. To tho ifo of Ralf Parks, of buy elsewhere without making it moro font and consistent race horses, having to his credit seven with average records ol2:ioi. a Brookstown, Sunday night, a fine girl expeditious to do so. distinction which is not equaled even by tho great George Wilkes or any of his sons. Gay. To tho wifo of Nelson Prowitt Thn nnhli. a wall nninftlninl with nrh noted VALLEY VIEW erformcrs as The Monk, The Abbot, Fantasy, Gay, of Clark., neo Ml6s Lila Manning 'ommv Britton. Janie T-- . etc., from year to vear tha leading ntam of the trnf. Chenault, a son. . this great horse also hold the The There is a great deal of sickness in recordsget ofyearling, Thomas. To the wife of John C. and for this community. trotters. Thomas, at Brookstown, Thursday Leqai. Test fine sprint: with a perfect is IS hands htch. goes weight. Miss Alma Whitlock becan a with a disposition. lie d night, a boy. school atjsetnei last iiionaay. shoe in front and behind, and is quite a handsomo horse. Will stand at 15.00 Rogers. To the wifo of Henry M E. L. Haden went to Nicholasville to insure a living. colt. Rogers, nee Miss Alma Smith, on Sun Saturday, returning same day. B. H. NEALE. The Barker Cedar Co. has bought aprS-lday. March 20, a handsome son, Jtioury m., Jr. The mother is a several raits on the recent tide. Miss Nottie Bigkierstaff is on an ex daughter of tho lato Dr. Curran C. to friends in Ohio and In tended Smith, of this city, and is a sister of diana. visit Miss Mary Spencer Smith. The Kentucky river was on a "boom" 11,000 (C. Bolls Taffeta, Al! Silk Ribbon, BIRTHS. N. & Co. Brand), which we will sell for a few days "only" at the following prices : No. 80, ld three-year-o- ld four-oun- at 20c; worth 40c. No. 40, at 15c; worth 30c. No. 16, at 10c; worth 20c. 4t$ m DEATHS last week as a result of the Republican auminisunuoii. Several men are kept busy working "booms" on account of tho Re Drugs This is a chance that the ladies of Richmond and Madison county will have to supply themselves with Ribbon at the usual price. The Ribbon is on exhibition at our store. we do not handle, because we know nothing adout the Paints DeaTmew Is Novelties of the season. out competition. 6w l&vYiw At prices that knocks now open, and we have new hats of all kinds ! We invite inspection. We are showing all the d. I w- I .... Our stock of SILK and SATINS is larger than ever before. We will be pleased to show you what we have. d, -- a'S-T- he - We are showing a cboico HneTOur Clothing- - Department is complete. of Black .Press Goods at 15,(( 20. 23, 35, 50, 05, 75c, I.00ijShoe8 We have the prettiest 9J line ever seen in Ilichinoiul SI 25 and S2.00 per yard. d Lace Curtains 39c per pair up.Qur stock of Notions and Swiss 8jc per yd up. v ware is complete. See what we have before you buy. Seo our new Curtain goods. AVindow Shades (complete) lOftjSee our stock of Piques and Welts, at 9 to 25c. to 50c Our Laces and Embroideries Carpets, Sc to $1.25 per yd. ro ( Matting. 121 to 24c per yd. ktock the largest. Trice the tI t 14 nnd 19c.Q) lowest. Lunch Baskets. 10, Children's Baskets, 5 nnd 10c. 4 Baby Bibs, 3, 4, 5, 7.10 and He. Hard-Dotte- k dentine jlttiertcam 28-2- Come and see what Ave have to sell, whether you want to buy or not. Respectfully submitted to cash trade, MNN&CoBr. BIG.-.FOUR.-.GIF- T!1 s, LOCAL. when in need of any You tell rour thing in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove .jags. line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. They are now buying for II And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock (for the Spring trade), that ever came to experRichmond. They have had a life-tim- e ience in the hardware business and they think they know the people's wants. They are prepared to sell you anything in the hardware line for less money than you can get the same goods anywhere. Now when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit foot and your e3Te peeled for hoodoos. 1 CF.BfowerS.Co, M5t'ttCIf rnti PERSOINAIU. first-clas- m to-da- 11 1 axw SECEELF ORDtCOH, Main Public Sale OFLumnm! Street, Richmond, Ky. sc SHOP-WOR- N Blckel-plate- will received at this p. m., Monday. fuel, lights, water, April for ice. miscellaneous supplies, washing to el?, hauling ashes, and sprinkling streets for this building during the fiscal year ending Jone 30, All persons oing accounts at Gas Margolin's 1900, or such portion of the year as may be my ofiice and settle same without deemed sdrisabln. The right to reject any and can call at 11. II. COMTEK, all bids is reserved by the Treasury Departadditional cost. mch'iJ-Iapr5-4ment. J. D.WILLIS, Custodian. lteceiver. Receiver's Notice! be CEAIED J building proposals o'clock, until 2 1U. 1899, furnishing liniayiprJL'S! y. wages to right man. Address care A. D. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. innrl5-t- ( Q. White. Miller, at this ofiice. niaifAVNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep- "Wanted Situation, 1 IMfflltl sia, Constipation and Indi- By an old Rarduer nnl milker. Small gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. - LAND! April Advance Advertisement! WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week Hose worth 20cts for tSIPLadies' Pleeced-line- d lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains this week in table linen, napkins and counterpanes. pieces rancy TUf, M, The Maine Commission Co. Cob. DR Dry Goods, Notions-an- d other articles. member the name when in doubt. (nov23-ly- Re- 3CO ACRES! THOS.MEIfiHEN, Manager, Main and Cjieapsidk. ) KICHMOND, KY. w CREAM o . w,M4MfnDi roa ui.ior biost ar iMMr c. u. b. UKinml. r Ma euaM t jw fctfeat chxct m Ml Ir feaut MEracriT atnaricroaY, mushy aa aarcasBKTlD. aoriL to scugies SEND ONE DOLLAR ?iit. ai cet raa ib CTWS MWlU BAKING C.F.Brower&Co and P0WMR WE MAKE THU TOP BWGY, attavkera not km bturaTUa. LatA ittvla Cnr iaoo mi .WBissW Abfi MNSN nosft.or rt IWV Sitia Bar, a illiufarfcted. Brtiwtter ' a OUR SPECIAL PRICE S38.9Q. Sli y aaarretaataliaxaiimtaesLtseitliliordr. - al a1JB o TXh i aBBe-uti&i- ittarbWilaiiwaamw awWajUt ar aMW e . Bih4'i M jiSUTlatTTOTCi., SEARS, ROEBU CK Mmm iVUA z XUU OJ Jin iniM lartitttaalSlXi NaasMlt.nwi CO . Inc.), CHUCACC . ILL. IS GENT'S WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW ii pa YOU THE JiARGEST AND MOS COMPLETE LINE OF H ID 0 v 0 2 i SPRING SHOES CO n ii i t t i (IK HATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond. All the new and styles. They cannot fail to please. Come early and get your .choice, Our prices are lower than over before known in Richmond. up-to-da- te t t t kfc Up-to-D- ate RICE fcfc Proctor Knott Cigar. Henry Koehlcr & Company, Successors to "WALLACE ARN OLD & RICE. Shrivel up Competiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buvers. Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our de- livery wagons smoking. THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never disappoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: H Busy Bee Cash Srtoe's Bargains .................In Brown Cotton2c yard-wid- fcfe fcfe fck fcfe hk to to to to to to to tottto to v WE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL. v to'to uv. Tnharm f!nvna Tobacco canvas, best grade Good 4 e The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Dr. Hobson, cigar. APRIL 5, - 1899. Dentist. Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., invite correspondence with Mill men who have lumber for sale. They buy Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed care, Dry or Green. Write them. Sent Up apro-Ct- n WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS. AND MISSES' The best smoker, the Proctor Knott The City Council meets night. For Robbery. In the Estill Circuit Court last week, itader aud Pursely, who recently rob bed Jonah Wagers' store, at Wagers Colyor postoflice has been ordered vilie, were sentenced to the pen for five discontinued. years. Tney confessed to the robbery. Mr. Frank Miller moved his family I. 0. 0. A. to Lexington yesterday The annual contest of the Inter-Co- l The Watters Party are closing their legiato Oratorical Association takes place in Lexington on Friday night. business here this week. L. Shropshire will represent C. March rame in liko a lion and Mr.N. U; He is a fine orator and we believe menagerie. wont out like a lie will win. The Schubert Quartette entertainMarred Plymouth Rock. ment was a perfect success. Twenty years a breeder of this one The Watters Party are closing vaiiety, stock better than ever before. their business here this week. Roosters from E. B. Thompson, Now to ' setting, $100. The Watters Party are closing York. Eggs Mks. M. F. AltBOOKI.E, their business bore this week. Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. mS-3Last week's weather was as varied They Want no Supervisor. as the colors of the Kaleidoscope. "By a vote of 7 to 2 the Fiscal Court Coyle has moved from lawyer T. J. Iterea to Clover Bottom, Jackson decided not to elect a Road Supervisor. Their action is a disappointment to many county. who feel that almost any change would Zena Cobb is much improved and be an improvement ovor the present speedy rehopes are entortained for a system, judging by the condition of our covery. thoroughfares. The mother of Dr. G. G. Perry, of Triplets Their April Fool. White Hall, was lately paralyze! in Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Warmoth, of Fayette county. Paint Lick, were treated loan April As a crack shot Harvey Chenault fool joke, as a good many will think has won the title of the Logardus of during these hard times, when triplets Madison county. were born to them on Saturday last. The Richmond Electric Company There aro two boys and one girl. Mr. has increased its capital stock from Warmoth is a farmer. 1.(HXJ to $15,000. Shooting at Lowell. George White and Rol. Merritt, col Klec.tric fans will bo among' the luxuries of the new light plant now be- ored-- , engaged in a quarrel last Saturday night at Lowell, near Paint Lick, ing installed here. ordered by whereupon White drew a 38 revolver Judce bullivan has been and began shooting at Merritt the last his physician to keep perfectly quiet recovers shot taking effect in his leg. No ar .and receive no callers until he rests have been made. from a slight relapse. Answered by a Lady. All persons indebted to Gus Mar-gol- e: are requested to settle at once A lady of this city will in our next d issue attempt to answer the with II. II. Colyer, receiver. question, "Why DoOur People Buy Mr. John Ferrill has moved into Lace Curtains, Rugs, etc.. On The In the Faulconer cottage on Fifth street, stallment Plan From Traveling lately vacated by Mr. and Mrs. "Woods. Agents?" Wo leave to our readers to judge the merit of her arguments. Drop a postal card to J. H. Richmond, Ky., upholsterer, Wanted 1 and he will call and give you estimates To buy all dead cattle, both in the city on work. s. and county, and will remove all dead C. D. Chenault bought 33 long horses .without charge, for the hides. yearling steors from Hardin Field, at Headquarters at Hurst & Fowler's Versailles, averaging 700 pounds, at $36 store, near L. & N. depot. per head. Sam Buoomfield, apr5-4Richmond, Ky. bites Station, re Bud Duun, of turned Irom Powell's Valley, Va., last New Deputy Jailer. Saturday night with a car load of year "Commodore" J. Gordon Dudley, re ling cattlo, bought at 4Je. cently a very high private the front And can fill orders promptly. Onr Pine Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also handle Hay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near R. N. I. & B. Depot. Terms, Strictly Cash. Neff & 01 SPRING GREETING '39, 3 Co s-8- Bleached Cotton Good yard-wid- e 10-Unbleached Sheeting n u...i Best grade Bed Tickinir Cottonade for hoy's pants Best New York mills Camlet Jeans Extra henvy Cotton Cassimers Best grade Apron Gingham . 1 3Jc yard 4c yard r yard yard vnnl ,i 71 to 14c yard. 10c yard 12Jc yard 12c 8Jc yard (9 y ) 4c yard () Nice Dress Ginghams 5, CJ and 7Jc yard Fine French and Silk Gineharas 8j to 24c yard All-woDress Goods, 30 inch wide, stylish, and pretty Cheviot effects 19c yard, worth 3oc Nice Bleached Towels 5c Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents Men's and Boy'sPercalle Shirts 25c each Baby Shoes, all colors and white 25c Ladies' kid, button and iaco Shoes, pat tip . . . only 75c Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality '. only 9Sc Men's Cassimere Pants, black and blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. ol 1 I - Williams. Honor to a Richmond Physician. to S3 f 's On an outside pago of Cli max can be found a lengthy notice of the honor that has been conferred upon ono of our best known physicians, Dr. H. R. Gibson, by the Board of Trust ees and Faculty of the Philadelphia Society. The honor carries with it the privilege o? pursuing, free, any course of study in tho institu tion and implies tho high standing of the recipient in his profession The article will bo read by tho Doctor's friends with much pleasure. Medico-Chirurgical Horse Show. extend our thanks for their valuable patronage. To attest our appreciation iu a more substantial way a way that is certain to interest all who want to save money we offer for SPRING AND SUMMER, The Strongest, Most Dependable and Fashionable Line of MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING that has ever been seen in this city, and at much lower prices than elsewhere. You do not have to be an expert to trade at this store. Because you have our experience and judgment back of your selection. Another great feature that makes choosing easy is our large and exclusive assortment. Our statements are not mere say so, we stand ready to substantiate them with the solid merit of our clothing, which is the only true basis on which to do business. That we are entitled to your patronage, we can easily prove, if j'ou will pay our store a visit. An inspection is all we ask. Our qualities and low prices do the convincingT high-grad- e .To our many customers of the past season we a to 1 CJ . In this "Hot Bargain Sals" we are naming Special Prices on Table Linens, Uapkins and :Doilies. They will go very fast at prices named. Silk "Waists and Dress 't ft are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Suitings, Patterns ever shown in this city. As these goods are the Cullings of the largest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay you to look at them. "We if el f to In our "Ready to "Wear" Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Silk and Woolen Skirts, Shirt Waists, Muslin Underwear, Bonnets, etc. Our "Hot Bargain" prices prevail in this Department. 1 See Our Line of Lace Curtains, o lJ We Have Just Received And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Buttermilk Toilet Soap, price Se a cake, the best Toilet Soap used. We are selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. We are showing all the new things in Ribbons, New Dress Trimmings, New Laces and new Hambergs. Try a pair of our "Topsy" brand Hosiery, they the best in the market. Tho usual April Court Day Horse Show was quite small compared with previous exhibitions. The spectators were given an opportunity to inspect the superb saddle stallion, Lynn Boyd, whose plate and pedigree appeared in these columns last week. Also that grand animal, Legal Test, 2:2!), by Electioneer, property of Mr. B. II. Nealo. (See ad. elsewhere in Climax ) Besides these there were Drl H6oker, 2:23i, and two fiuo colts. Wade Walker and Spring Steel; Woodford Squirrel, owned by Irvine Azbill; W. C. Gormloy's Haxhall; II. Kulley's Pea vine. Though a small show these formed a very choice selection. Won by C. U. Debaters. to 0 Q COVINGTON & MITCHELL. 'ON1S00XS H3HJ.V37 3HJ, 3311 SH73A O i--v Dot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, Mattings, Oilcloths, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing the largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities. Our "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarantee for their cheapness. & a 2D iVHi 3NI300I.S ON iD 3H3HX SI Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. 11 I Why Suffer? Cuts, wounds, burns, sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal when 25c for a box of Digestos Dyspeplard's snow .Liniment, rrice. --'octs.ana sia Tablets, bring health to all Dyspepapr5-lu- i 50cts. Perry & Thomas. tics. At druggists. It. Too many make a god out of the maDon't cover your neglected duties with thecloak of excuse. Itam's Ilorr. jority. Itam's Horn. We have placed on sale the "Eed Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We carry everything in favor this season in this department. Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, . oft-aske- The debate between Central University and Georgetown College, which took place on Friday night at Paris, resulted in a victory lor the former. The subject was Expansion,and Messrs. Tadlock and Abbott, of O- - U. had the negative side. We congratulate tho young gentlemen upon their victory. As the will be called upon to meet Centre College in the final de bate, wo trust they will bo equally as successful. As a victory in debate is superior to one in oratory, we believe, more ntieution should be devoted to the cultivation of argumentative powers of the members of the literary societies. These annual contests will soon place debating in the inter-collegia- te - W. UA90 LOiiOLH D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN - Mc-Cart- y, Silver Anniversary Soreness'ol the Lunrjs.fi; propter rank. Startling News For Farmers. wooden tie, a reminder of the defunct aud deformed street railway, was exhumed on Main street last Wednesday. Urquicscal in pace. A ranks Fanny Morton, wife of Ben Morton colored, died Thursday as a result of eating greens in which it was supposed was mixed some Kiisonous weed. Whose is it to take up stray cattle aud horses that are just now de Ktroying the lawns and trees of .various premises about tuv? This query is asked by a suffering citizsn. is the in the Fourth Kentucky, has been sworn in as a Deputy Jailor. He is qualified with courage and fortified with friends and wo apprehend only a firstrclass record from the Commodore of A Handsome Dividend. al This time to clean the streets- while the filth is in a liquid state The City Assessor on His Rounds. Leave it and it will be converted into City Assessor- J. H. Kennedy, as dust and fill your eyes, ears and nose, sisted by Lis son, Mr. Frank Kennedy, up. Now is the time to clean started on his rounds on Saturday. A imo pauel portrait made in Brush the cobwebs from your memory pastel uf Mr. Samuel Rice's beautiful and the callousness from your con little boy, deceased, adorns the show science, tell the truth, the whole truth, Circuit Court. window ut Moberley's arcade, the and nothing but tho truth, about your Court is in session, with Judge Circuit work of the famous Watters Party possessions, so help you God, and see Attorney, how quickly the cUy tax rate will be Scott and Commonwealth's Crutchor, on hand. The Grand Jury - Mr. F. 1$. Carr, general agent of decreased. is composed of T. E. Baldwin, John S. the L & N. at Paris, has invested Enters Ths Arena at Last. Long, Jas Yates, George "Warner, Jno. $2,700 in a nice residence there. Mrs Mr. E. V. Elder, the well known Johnson, Geo B. Todd.S L. Midkiff. Carr was formerly the beautiful Miss merchant, desirous of reaching a wider D. Z. Taylor, Talton Wllloughby, A. It. Lizzie Rice, sister of Judge II. C. Rice, field through a larger number of read Gibbs W. T. Tovis and John Donelof this city. ers, has contracted for a full column soii. The Petit Jury is composed of Mrs. Julia Hunting, of Bcrea, bene space tor a year in tne uumax. tils J. P. Oldham, Jesse Newby, W. T. ficiary of the late Prof. B. S: Hunting, emporium, opposito the Hotel Glyu- - Harris, Lyman Parrish, J. B. Lucas. has received of the Mutual Reserye don, is a modern "Department Store" Dennis Zittle, Fount IUce, Win, Terrill, Fund Lifo Association, through special and his prices and goods will be regu J. B. Corncllson, D. A. McCord, J. W. agent, J. W. Chany, a check for $3,000, larly placed before our readers in at- Smith, l)r B. Ilonee, Win. Bennett, J. in full settlement of claim. tractive style. See notice of "A Big L. Francis. J. C. Adams, T. T. CovingScoop, of Bpeclal interest to inuies. ton, Eugene Burgiu, A G. McGeo, Col Mr. Clarence Woods has moved lins Coy, James Hubbard, D. D. Black, Tell him you saw it in Uje Climax. y Brown again, this time to tho R.D. Thorpe, I. J. Potts aud G. II. Returns. Mme. Beulandsr-Hamlllo- n house on Fifth street, near where he Duncan, Jr. lately resided. Mr. Woods is telling It will gratify many ot tr.o more The case of Lafe Penco for killing his friends that he is an example of fashionable of our ladies to learn that Jim Smith is the principal case on the perpetual motion, having moved seven Mme. Boulander-Hamilto- n has returned docket times in thirty months. to this city and will resume her busi Important Bank Tax Cases Decided. dressmaker, with rooms in the Mr. James Arbuckle, son of Mr. M. ness as As this city recently accepted a $16,-03- 0 Green house, opposito tho postoffice. F. Arbuckle, of Silver Creek, has ac- Tailor-mad- e cash coninroniise for old taxes from suits and remodeling fur cepted a ikrkbliip with Messrs. Doug goods are among her specialties. She the five banks of this city (including Personally popular las & Siminous. eager to begiu work at once and the old Second National), Richmond is and of wide connections, he will add is solicits a call from those desirous ot just that much better off than if she much to the firm's success, and they haviugjho highest class vork in her had awaited tho decision of the Su are to be congratulated upon his acqui line. She has secured her be6t help premo Courtof the United Stato. That sitiou. tribunal on Monday decided in favor of of last season. the national bank at Owensboro which good Wo have for sale three or four Mrs. Kcan's Entertainment. settles practically the cases of the nastock milch cows with young calves, Mrs. Lillie Logan Kean will return tional banks in other cities of this stylish combined geldone ing, two combined mares, suitable or from New York in time to comply State. The decision is against the from the phaeton, drive with open bridle, and with the pnblic request to give a con city, hut tho money secured comproare gentle for ladies. They do not cert at MhsouIc Hall, this city, on Fri different national banks, as scare at trains. Wo also have for sale day evening, April 11. Her studies in mise payments, will not be refunded is in this phase of four nice Poland China male shoats, tho East have so perfected her voice to the bnks, aud it that at tho great concerts given in the the ca5 Richmond may be congratula weight about 80 pounds, and some fe males of eame stock and age. They metropolis Mrs. Kean's appearances ted. It was a part of the agreement are strictly good. One new vornplan have been this signal for unqualified made that, no matter how tho decision praise. Her concert in Richmond will be should he, this city was iot to le retcr, one good broad tire ox cart. marked by an outpouring of admiring quired to pay back any of the taxes G. J. White & Sox. friends such as will fully evidence the collected amounting to 15 009. In brief the decision is. that nfitloual LOST! enviable position she hold, both as a A heavy plain irold rinr. Iteturn to !ovW individual and a talented voeal-5- t, bank franchise. cu not be "taxed, but those of Stet banks a be. In tb fcrta of etur jxwpU. tbk offioa ud gat litem! Mwanli -two-storfour-year-o- ld The Madison National Bank de dividend of six clared a per cent, ou April 1. Tho capital stock is $100,000. the total earnings $11 ,673 71 of which $0,000 goes to the stockholders, leaving above all expenses $5,128.-9- 7 balanco. This is a very fine show ing. Eemi-auuu- In a speec.li at Frankfort on Monday Colonel James Andrew Scott, Demo cratic candidate for Attorney-Genera- l, made the following statement that is of sensational interest to farmers in Ken tucky: met n representative of the Tobac co Trusts last week who told me that hereafter Kentucky farmers wi uld be paid only six. cents a pound for their crops. 1 loiuinm mat touaeco coma not be raised for that price. He said they would be compelled to raise it at that price, or else tho trust would buy laud, import cheap Italian labor and raise its own tobacco. He further told me that the CoiTee Trust had done the Eame way with the coffee planters and succeeded, and tho Tobacco Trust would do like wise. I think it time for the people to organizo to fight the trusts.1' 'I m rasa m.i i m Jm r m m ri trn Wi 11 mam Off will last. mm 11 mi txtt Sale One-Four- th l.fiSS Cleaiw H By the forelock if you want the jSH h benefit of the One-Fourt- jj SB lWJ rv 1 " m TTti- Suits. Ovftrp.niits. Simps. uerwear, nats, ere. - lwj rwii 1 1. HTIEIC. Tk Gfeikkr, I jgjf Tk Steer, Tte fetter, TU Fnister. Those horrid fits of depression, melancholy, low spirits, aud sudden irritability, that sometimes afflict even people, is due to the blood being permeated with black bile. Herbine will purify the blood, restore health and cheerfulness. Price SOcts. apr5-lPerry & Thomas. A syndicate lias been formed to sell Ruccesi. Price, 50cts. in bottles, tubes apro-7octs. Perry & Thomas. whiskey independent of tho combine. The best efforts of tho chairmakor Deranged Functions are constantly being sat npon. Golden often result from the use of quinine. hot Days. baths and hot drinks as remedies lor a Dr. Bell's cold. They open the pores and make will check tlve worst cough or cure a the system susceptible to more cold. noes to tne cold in one night It cuts the mucus Dr. Bel s cough trouble, without exertion or straining.and stops seat of the cures a and checks a night. cold in one I he cough at once by soothing the in- at onco or It flamed parts. It invigorates tho rrs It exhilarates the'IuiiKS- piratory organs and lung tissues with Chicago for $493-E. renewed vitalitv. It 000. I Frost failed at The Chinese actor never goes on the For coughs and colds there is no stage without his cue. Chicago Daily medicine so effective as Coussen's Newa. Honey of Tar. It is tho'deal remedy. Perry A Even the most vigorous and hearty Price, 35 cents and 50 cents apr5-lpeople have at times a reeling of weari- Thomas. ness pnd lassitude. The dispel this Thomas Salver, serving a two-yefeeling take Herblner-i- t will impart vigor and vitality. Prico 60 cts. Perry sentence for manslaughter, was npr5-l& Thomas by Acting Gov. Wotthington. A captured ostrich always means a Apt Quotations. feather in somebody's cap. Chicago Proverbs, axioms and wise sayings Daily News. have been uttered by Confucius and RkfumatiMU CumL other wiso men from time immenorial. My wife hits used Chamberlain's Pain hut few neonle realize howfe many there Co , of Sar- Balm for rhuematism with great relief, are of them. C. I. Hood as a splendid sanarilla fame, have over two thous aud I can recommend it inliniment for rheumatism and other and aud they have orginated the de- serving them tip in household use for which we have found genious plan of 111 thousands 01 news It valuable. W. J. Cnyler, Bed Creek, leetablo sliape papers, with each "no neativ turning a Now York. well Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer- point ns to the merit of (heirus olknown these chants of this vilage and ono of the medicine is The extensive creditable to original and most prominent men in this vicinity. proverbs it --W. G. Phippin, Editor Red Creek Hood's & Lo. Herald. For Sale by Perry & Thomas. Two more bodies, were taken from apr5-lm-.; the Windsor Hotel mine. miners In tho BirmingOver ham district wenton a strike I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's.. Colic, Cholera and That Hacking Cough Diarrhoea "Remedy in the Worcester ir Eoterprise recently, which leads mo to is undermining your constitution vour strength. Dr. Bell's Pine- - writ? thi. 1 can truthfully say T never y will cure it. This is one of used any remedy aqual to it for colic 3 7 R.E.Turloy ttie most valtiabio rmiues 01 modern and diarrhoea. I have never had "to 7J3 times for coughs, colds and dronchlal use more than one or two lose 3 to cure A. D. Miller . . o troubles. Druggists sell it. Price 25c. tun worst case with myself or children. 7 D. B Shackelford. . W.A. Strnud. Popomuke City, Md. No cure no pay. It 2 7' M. S. Cohen For sale by Perry & Thomas. apr5-lo poorlvouseat Pis- An inmate of the Elliott Smith Fire caused a loss of $S5,000 nt Houscataway, N. J.7 is 127 years old. 7- hDr. H. C. Jasper - . ton. Tex. 7 J. W. Bales Mothers! Beware of those secret rob7 bers of youf bsby's quiet and health. C.H. Chenault 'A word to the wise Is sufficienfand Those sleepless nighttf and long hours a word from the wiso should be suff7 C. K. Shackelford of tiresome vigil aro caused by those icient, but yon oak, who are the wise? 7 E. IS. Iluite terrible energies of childhood worms. Those who know. Tl"e oft repeated ex8 B. V. Miller Destroy aijd remove them with perience of trustworthy persons may 7 W, It. ltcher White' Cr'm Vermifuge. Price 25 be taken for knowledge, Mr. W. M. apro-lcents. Perry A Thomas. Terry says ChswnberMa's Cough .RemG. W. Evans, Jr . . . . 7 edy (fives better satwfaetion than any A striko of 6treet railway employes other in the market. He haa been in was precipitated at Wheeling by the re the drug biisiuw at Elkton, Ky., for wages. fusal twelve veare; has ou nunoreog nt bot the company to tle of thai remedy and nearly H other CUBAN OILetiM coiun neatewM nNMnfactwrM, wnten . Because purely utwtrttoy,ttr-ookUCntHf Burse, Bthioo, RkH- - how corns uivJy that Cltamitwhitn'a prompt. HmmSml mkteTa&d Sor-p-. Price. 25 (NNnta. s the m)tatmkctory ft fM popt, to W and t the beat. For Bftle bf Prry A. tfc14 by my A TbmkM, Pastor on Lancaster Avenue, Friday, April 7th. from 2 to 4 in the afternoon and from 7 to 0 iu the evening. The occasion promises to be one of more than nsual pleasure, where quests will be duly served by youth anil beauty and the ear charmed by sweet music Friends, of all churches, aro cordially invited to bo nrcsent. and a free will offering in honor of the occasion will be taken charge 01 oy a committee 01 young ladies. It is hoped that many win participate in tne nappy occasion Pigeon Shod At the roll call ot the Madison Gun Club near the Fiir grounds Saturday, where the second pigeon shoot was to take place, evp'ry member excepting one. air. bj is. aiucneii, rusponueu, and as the latter had notified the club that it would be impossible for him to be present, tho tournament began, Mr. Haivey Chenault leading off. At the close of the seventh round it was found that there were not enough pigeons to complete tne shoot, and Harvey Chenault and Jas. W. Smith havinc tied for first place, it was agreed by tho club to shoot only seven rounds and allow these gentle men to break the tie, which was broken by Mr. Chenault killing his bird, Mr. Smith failing to score in the eighth round. Out of eight shots Mr. Chenault killinl six birds. Second place killed six was won by Joe Evanst-whout of nine. The following is t he score: Shots. Birds. G 8 Harvey Chenault G 9 Joe Evans A J. V. Smith . . . . . 9 G 9 Dr. V. II. Hobson 4 8. T.J. Smith, Jr 8 4 Keal Bennett . . "8 ' 4 Waller Chenault . 4 8 ., Newtand Jones . . - . 3 Joe Chenault . . . . 7 3" 7 R. R. Burnam . . ten-rouo anniver This beinjr the twenty-fitl- i sary of the Christian Women's Board of Missions of America, the Society of tho Christian Church, of this city will, in common with many others over the country, celebrate the event by a 'Sil- ver lieception," at the residence of the is a forerunner of serious trouble. Dr. will banish thnt Bell's soreness. It will allay the inflammation and prevents further progress of the disease. It is tho ino&t efficient means of curing coughs. coMs, and bronchial affections found in the annals of medicine. All druggists sell it. Pine-Tar-Ilon- To Care a Cold in One Day CUBAN RELIEF enrcs Colic, Neurnlpla and Too tbncha Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. in fire minutes. SonrStcmach All druggists refund money if it failr o and Summer Complaints. 1'rlcc, 25 Cents. cure. 25c. The genuine lias" L. It. Q. on Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. O. nov9-GWhite. each tablet. A case of smallpox is reported from Two disastrous collisions between Ohio countv. ships occurred in the English Channel. It is usually easy to rob a busy man. Atchison Globe. Many people suffer untold tortures from piles, because of the popular impression that they can not be cured, 'fabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them. It has mot with absolute m Tetter, Salt-Ithcu- m and lczcma. good-temper- m Tho intense itching and smarting incident to theso diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eve and Skin Ointment. Many very bad iases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally edcient for itching piles and ,1 favorite remedy for sore ninnies: chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chroma sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. rinp-lar-Hon- condition. Tonic, blood enrifier and vermifum. Tlmv nrw not frmtt Tinr medicine and tho htst In ns in unf n horso in prime condition. Prico 25 I)r. Cailv's (TonriiHnn Poiyi'.tk. inst Yhat a horsn nwds trlinn in 1.u1 nn i ar pai-don- ed m .... .... ..,.- boon to tired mothers, housekeepers, teachers and others who spend their time indoors. It cives the blood richness and vitali ty, fitting It to nourisli and Ptrongthen lie nerves, muscles and all tho great oriran of tho body. It curesall siiriug humors and banishes that tired feeling. It is the best medicine money ran buy for all diseases caused hy iinnuro or impoverished blood. You should apro-lbegin taking it mApfcinr nf rlift Hnnfortor. TIia nnnll.lt ate Veterans' Association is belne held at Lexington. to-ua- lents per pnrtrno Fred Kripkie was killed by the burst ing of a f aw in a mill nt Paducah. A;i i. .SI otve.-Wash away the filth and waste that havu accumulated during w inter. In like manner Mood's Uarsaparilla e pels from the blood impurities that have beeu deposited duiing the season when there has been 'jut little perspira-lio- n asd perhaps constant confinement in impure aud vitiated air. It is a s When TravtIlH ' ... ... . sap-Din- ..... Tar-Hone- m .... ... .... .... Easy to Tmkj Hood' Pitt (I Eamy to Ogmrmis e-- f rte - winmn 1 ' Wliotheron pleasure trnt or buiiness. take on every trip a bottle of Svrup of b tgs, as It acts most pleasantly and effectually ou the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fnver. headaches fuims of sickness. For sale and in 50 cents bottles by all leading drug- sists. Manufactured by the California Fig Sjrup Co. only. Sometime it seems to weary woman .l.n. . U imict irtnillttr rrtt't. Ilri Tl.n simplest and easiest work becomes an .f ..... 1.1.. 1. T.. annum, iifguruiuuuuiuiu .uisk. ncrvuua- sleeplessness and paiu h.ura slier ness. and lifo seems hardly worth the living. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription was made for her. l)r Pierces Golden Medical Discovery was made for her. The former is for ills distinctly feminine, the other lor her general rystem. Together they supply a scientific and successful course of treatment. The "Favorite Prescription"rcstores healthy regular action to the organs distinctly feminine. Irforces out all impurities, strengthens the tissues, allays inflammation. The "Golden Medical Discovery" makes appetite, helps digestion, promotes assimilation, fills nut the hollows in cheeks aud neck with pood solid flee and brings back the ekdMrnie glow of girlhood. stnmps to Seed 21 enta in oe-cea- t World's Jispnar.v Medical Associa2?. Y., and receive Dr. tion, Ptotoi'a 1008 page Common &tmn jlk Madioal AdYiMT, iUMtm. 1 1 Bfll, 1 ' 1 , r. . ' .ffift'Ktfc'. . " n C j ( e ; ' ' I ttrf , , . t.tf, . r,Mt'itiMw''i,:j. . 4,".' - iSimMT ifttt ii nt ; ii - iWY 'iiriiWnTilMnfl s- J, , 'yigl i; , jail.. -- y...... : m fjtfcVui " - fjffiV1rMi Jfl'i .'. 11" kitbMiit'kfim umifum umuMltOi ...41 Prjnts hows through Wanted An nmnmnaiii Idea Protect yonr Idrani ther may brio; you weattn. Wrlto JOHN WKUDEltLUIUJ & CO- - Patent Attor-me-r, Waatalnetrtn. D. (X, for tbelr 81.800 rrlza oiler uil list of o hundred luTentlou wanted- - SSS Mon- Here's Ttir Chaice . ly Tke Climax. Sene Extraordinary Offers R. N. I, & B. R. R. Time Tablo No. 53. Taking Effect day, May 2, 1893." BAST BOUND. Th3 Climax, wants five liunred new subscribers bv tho first of thesowyear. In order to reach this ond, somo ex traordinary inducements will bo riiade. Until further notice tlio following will be offered to subscribers. cam MgelDem you s? "2 ' Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, fireOIon-- " day. f Lexington, Fayette countjsecond ' '.tCounlyXourt 1taflfr Days. -- v' ' ALL WOMEN Should know that the 'Old Time" Kemcdy, ji(icimlil"""T'''" - ' tiinneee mneeena,i E ASE ' B IU hHhh MQntlay. , 2d Class. lat Class. No. 3 NO. 8 K0. Ex San Ex San Ex San Versailles NicholMTille... Valley View. Million Richmond- A.M. 10 22 P.M. 5 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 A.M. 5 30 8 48 8 20 8 60 15 . - 11 25 11 41 11 SS H 02 Union Moberley.. llrassfield Panola Irvine west bocsu. Irvine 1'anoU nrassHeld Moberley. ... Union . Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles Kichraond- -. P. M. 12 . 12 18 12 35 1 U30 05 00 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 33 JO .. No. 4 I No. 8 No. 16 BxSun Ex Sun Ex San Ex San NoT5 A.M. - TmT 2 00 2 25 2 30 2 41 2 47 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 - .. .. P.M. A. M. 11 55 J Oi 1 145 . ... f 05 6 20 C . P'.'il. p"'m." P.M." V AH trains oonnect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains oonnect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to and trom Cincinnati. J. V. ItOrK. Train Dispatcher. V. II. ADAMS, Superintendent. A.M." and its acting the liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process pf manufacturing figs arc used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qnalities of the remedy are obtained from senna and Who can think other aromatic plants, by a method of some simple known to the California Fio Syhup Wanfed-- An tMDg to paicnir .. tniv hrine tou wealth. Co. only. In order to get its beneficial ,!... Vrlte JOHN WrWiEUDUKN tc CO, Patent otter effects and to avoid imitations, please Washington. D. Cfor their 81.800 prlto remember the full name of the Company cuu lbt cf two hundred laTcntlons wanted. printed on the front of every package. 68 7 50 2 3 3 4 6 15 00 23 30 10 The Climax and The "Week ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Cmmax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy. or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. Strup of Fios, manufactured by the The Climax and the Louis CAUFOitNiA Fio Syiidp Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post, $3. tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting The Richmond Climax andl them in the form most refreshing to the Courier-Jou- r taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa- nal, both dor one1 year $1.60 tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and "Weekly gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and subThe Climax and Ohio Farm, stance, kidneys, on Stanford, Lincoln county, secopd Monday. ... Georgetown,7Scott county,third Mon' day. Danville, Boyle county;' third Monday. Did you ever try to dodge the rain-dropNicholasville, Jessamine county, third Did not succeed very well, did you? It's just Monday. as useless to try to escape from Winchester, Clark , county, fourth the germs of consumption. You Monday. can't do itT They are about us Versailles, woodford county, fourth on ev,ery hand and we are con- Monday. ' TRY f y lungs. Then why don't we all have this disease? Simply because these germs .cannot gain a foothold in a strong throat and Twice-a-wee- k lungs. It's when these are weak that the germs master. The body must be well supplied with fat. The danger comes when the blood is poor and the body is thin. If your cough docs not yield, an3 your throat and $1.90. lungs feel raw and 5ore, you . The Climax can also fur- should - not delay another day. nish any paper published in Take stantly taking them into our KINGSTON. Is the best tor Fcawlc Treaties. Correct all lrTemilarltlea in Female Orirans. Should be taken tor Osage sf Life and before Fisaiers "uu Time ' Keneaies nave siooq las test for twenty years. CUM-Sh- it CANDY CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS. idea . .It the United States or Europe at reduced rates. THE ELEGANT ELLA, BETTER KNOWN AS "ALU THE WARM," INSTRUCTS THE MAIDENS IN THE GENTLE ART OF Attor-ney- t, h3 B R CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRA1IC1SCO. CAT rOTJISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. . T. by all Druggists. For sale Price 50c per bottle. JanS-ly- " of Cod-Liv- er mmsion at e I ' Q o 03 3 o JS CP a n a -- 135ECOPMIST RAN&ES 5! K J, -- 25 cs. 2. -- ? o -- 5 5. B w M o 3 ? o o S3 B5SSSS32 OOOoOOOO about it in earnest. A woman's . encouragement need never go further than a coquetry of SSSg1 s - s5 the eyelids. If a man does not undern o r??f stand that language it is useless to 3 a ?r shout in his ear. His heart is hard of a hearing. The independence of woman J3 w can never make her seem dignified in the pursuit of a man. It is when she K seems to retreat that hor smile of enW couragement to her followers is most atH3332323 tractive. Roofing-- , Guttering "The most subtle of all arts is that of .knowing how to lead a lover on 05 and General 8888 to him. Job "Work. while isseeming which discourage taught 3333 But it an art cannot be or bought. That is one of the things DR. CALDWELL'S which must be born in the flesh. It is like tho color of her eyes or the curve 7 CURES INDIGESTION. of the lips, something impossible for science to produce or alter. Fmkfori & "God alone knows the secret of fashEiilwy. i DR. CALDWELL'S n ioning a coquette. She springs 1 In Effect December 5, 1S9S into life in the dark recesses of CONSTIPATION.! 1 'CURES DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. the backwoods quite as readily as in p.m. p.m p.m. a.m. the midst of fashionable society. 7 20 2 00 620 Lve. llichmond ... ..Ar. 1 10 "And where she is, there men follow. 7W Winchester . ' 11 42 6 16 2 ,V 8 5 45 " 8 40 5 30 1 25 " Mavsville Without beauty, fortune or learning 10 9M 40 5 " 50 4 28 Paris C 17 10 S3 ' Oeorsretown sho is still a queen and men will do her Lve. 7 00 3 40 7 10 11 Ar. ,1'ranifoit will. It is impossible to tell how she Alt for tickets via Paris. rules them. It is her secret. J. R. NEWTON, G. P. A. "But the woman who docs not pos TOR; sess the least inkling of this secret must notstrivo to imitate her ways. "Sand may be as white as sugar but Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. It lacks the sweetening quality. It is useless to attempt to substitute one for Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- WEST BOUND. The only hope a woman 6 55 am i-- panies in the United States. Losses paid 4. the other. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom ipromptly. 7 SO am Haatern Express tor Louisville has of winning the man she loves is by 3 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Accom- 4 50 pin loving deeply enough and keeping still New York Limited F. F. V In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on 4-- about it. EAST BOUND. the most approved plans. In Accident 9 15 am "Silent, dignified lovo sometimes Lexington and Morehead Accom.. Insurance wo again give the best. We 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. not transact business with irrespon- brings a return in time, as the magnet 6 30 pm twill companies. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom . . . 9 23 pm Washington Express 26$ Second SIreet, f draws tho steel. But always and over Accommodation trains run daily except Sun. UpStcirs. a woman's love must be silent until its day. Other trains run daily. Je2-expression is asked for." Through sleeping and dining car service to 5" a 55 a a. Ella Wheeler Wilcox talks of man. He is like .happiness, ehe says. more he is pursned the more he flics. Ignore him and ho will come to you. 'The man who needs to he 'encouraged' by a woman is not worth winning at least there is some virile element lacking in his nature, or he wonld taVe the reins of courageship in his own of SCOTT'S EMULSION that Maupin. hands and gallop to the goal, tcarrying has made it of such value in the lady Klong with hini. In his secret COLLECTION. all wasting and exhausting soul tho most modest man believes he Solo, "Jesus I My Cross Have Tak diseases. could win any woman if ho set himself en Miss rvannio Venable. Sac tnd tl.oo, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists. New York. A NOTABLE (LEGISLATURE. ' inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well. The digestion becomes stronger, the appetite better and the weight increases. The whole body be- Ballew. comes well fortified and the Worker from Jamaica Alex. Azbill. germs of consumption cannot Worker lrom India Miss Johnnie gain a foothold. Tcrriil. It's "this nourishing, sustainSong, "I'll go where you want me to ing and strengthening power go" Misses, Crawford, Venable and Oil with Hypophos-phitonce. It will heal tho es New Spencer JXedldne Below is a programme for "The 'Bes-si- o Madoonly bytanooga, 1 ennessce. Co., Chat 10c. Farrier Mission 'band's" entertain25c 50c ment, whielj, was held at Mt. Zion on Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-lQ. White. tho evening of Easter jSunday: Easter anthem, "Go and Tell" All druggists soil Dr. Miles' Ncrvo Plasters, Band. Invocation Prof. J. D. Clark. Song, "Easter, Happy Easter" Band. Scripture Exorcise Muses Azbill, Roberts, Beaty and Maupiu. Song, "He is Risen" Band. Spirit of Mission Miss Crawford. Heralds Musters Joo Ballqw and Lucian I'atton. . Messengers. Light Bearers, Song, We for Christ ; Christ for all" Light Bearers. ' Spcat 1 s Masters Be ty,"Iaupin and Ring In the new 'Ring oat tio old Azbill. . Ring out tho false Ring in the true " Recitations Sallie Patton, Marguer-et- e W - g to you the new and true from tho West.Johnuie Lucas and Naomi Baplney forests of Norway iled, 'J Worker ;from, America Miss Edna ' Ballew. , Worker from Moxico Miss Fannie Pine-Tar-Hon. DR. BELUS ey a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to Nature's most natural remedy, improved by cf the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS OURTE o CCBCSSBS a o Missionary Clock Light Bearers. Pantomime, "Jesus Lover of my Soul" Misses .Ballew, Bales and Tcr riil. o o YRUP PE.PSS Giiti MI I I kYRUP PEPSlRj "7 S. F. Rock, t t f t - . ij New York. tall on or write For Information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD, Agent L.&N.Ey., Richmond, Ky. or OROROE W. BARNEY, D A. C.iO.Ry.. Lexington, Ky. 'or Sale Privately !v I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, back of A. R. Burnam's property. The house has seven rooms, good cistern, stable and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be reasonable for each. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. EUR THi EYER. road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas,. Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited," is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibulled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car lot California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 18am Arr MemphisPriday 7 45pra Arr New Orleans Friday 8 20pm Lve NewOrleans Friday S 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 2 45pm eipaso aunaay .. . att Los Angeles Monday 9 20pm Arr 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesdo .5 ..-- Tilt That Throbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Tills. Thousands of sunerers have proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by Per ry & Thomas, Drugcists. 5 HEALTH FOR TEN CENTS. Can anyone afford to be unhealthy when ten cents will buy health? Nine-tentof all diseases are caused by con COMPLETE stipation, lazy liver, sour stomach, 3LISS poisoned blood. Ten cents will buy a box of Cascarets, Candy Cathartic at Makes any drug store, and will make the organs of the body do their duty, putting tie Weak the whole system in perfect order. It !:o Great Strocr.. Tin it The Trio tfhttr Coate t Cilifonii. costs so little to try it and find out for yourself, that it seems wrong for anyParties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to comnnw within p.tv r r!i of prrry Amrrican, one to keep on suffering without at municate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling PassenN ;ir.l;ifl guaranteed to cure lnn tn'uiK.H, ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. i. 11'R.t (tMiiiillixi.tl ivd or ervniii Deuiur, or least testing the truth of theso state' Wu. Alpohd Khllond, A. O. P. A., nMlii; It arts I'owcrfully and quickly. menta. Go buy a ten cent box of Cas Lonisville, Ky. A. II. Hanson, Q P. A., Sr Mai. t!iv!rallv IVrfrrt, In Ihc rrull ' .h- - 'ip ..I ".i'.in'2in. Voiin; men will re- carets Candy Cathartic at your drugdec29-l- y Chicago, III. Rianaool, ami Qlil 3Icn will recover in'. - vljor. lr TtKitM.il Illnvlsora'es and restores tc gists, to day, for youreelf or an ailing !! ...r. Seminal Weak. friend or relative. Iror. 11U snffe-i-- n Our readers will ws. I'tinoloici". VarlcocclJ. Sncrmattorhca. Hr.ilii nnl Jliiicular Power, never regret taking this advice, but 'it!v r..i til Iit.lncss, Tvll lirr:mi?, Despon-i.-r ik irrit-rvI.irk f on"..U'm'0, and r.ll ctTects of telf. will thank us for it. hs ERO, OUTHERR . t, el-- RAILWAY. 9.09am 9.55nm (IN KENTUCKY 1 Schedule iu effect Drc- - 18, 1808. I No. 1. I No. 5. No. 3. EASTBOPsn. Lv Louisville 7.40am 3.30pm 7.45pm Ar Ar Ar Ar Sheluyvllle La'renceb'g. Versailles. Lexington laiGam ia45om 9.07pm 5.55pm 9.50pm 6.17pm 10.09pm 6.45pm ia3jpm .111 Calico print works, use 40,000,000 1., t t'.io disease tliat Is why cures, I: '" jrr.iti-- 't ?.ti c Tonic Id the world doxen eggs per year, wine clarilicrs ueo t.V.t Is wliy it ei rlion mid restores e ; Ire cr 1 oa::i. ru imnclous Illood I'url' 10,000,000, the photographers and other r I'.ar w'ty i'.e Pinh ;lonr comes hock to industries use many millions and these p pile rhrran. InMttutmn liavln: Kblib.Mr.IlO. in(Kxk!n rpUt mall $1.00 per demands increse more rapidly than fpr i innri-uic1 -t X. jtodyor -.r oik at lu:.i. ij nwit iif . KFUEEUO which unfit WEHTitopKD. 7r30am 4.pm 5.15am Lv Lexington Ar VcrsaillOH. 7.55am 42pm 5.37am Ar La'renceb'g &aiam 5.15pm 5.55am 9.12nm 605pm CSam Ar Shelbyvtll- eFor sale lftjoum ".Xpm 75am Druggists. in Richmond by Perry & Thomas Ar Loulsrllle " sept21-lTrains No. 1, 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observa tion Chair Cars between Louisville and Lex- EASTDunND. WESTBOCWD. NoA. Naa Nat gS.'X). Wo rlieerrully refund ip tilwe lx lioxcs do not effect n cure, American Office of rtu ..rslrre. t, t lx -v table demands. .vlil-rsst- The Breckinridge News contains the NEW YORK FASHIONS. weak I unn strong. Mrs. H. A. Metcalfe, following interesting' interview witli Peducah, Ky. Hon. Jonas Wilson, father of Hon. 0. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. Red (automobile) is ft bander color A. Wilson, of Nicholasville: 'Postmaster Jonas Wilson, who represented this season. Geo. D. Simmons. Blouse fronts in modified forms, are Charles E. Douglas. Breckinridge county for two terms in still in 6tyle. tho legislature, was in a reminiscent Light-colore- d silk linings aro mood the other day, and speaking to a under fancy transparent grena News reporter he said: "The Legislature of '71 and '72 contained some dines. Shirred ribbons will bo largely used men whose names will always bo assoto trim summer skirts. ciated with the history of tho Stnto of APPEARANCES ARE Guimpes and yokes of colored mous-Kentucky. It turned great solme dc eoie will be used for waist men. There was Cassius M. Clay, Jr., OFTEN DECEITFUL of Bourbon county. After he left the embellishments. Dainty little silk parasols shown by and things that are showy manj' times prove to be worthless Legislature ho became a candidate for Governer. Win. Haskins. of Boyle Best & Co. for very fine ladies of five An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is5 must county,-acquirestatewido fame as a years nnd upwards, aro covered with sharp, shrewd politician before he died; chiffon; sometimes plain, and some be Substantial and Reliable; It should be the best to be had. R. Tarvin Baker, of Campbell county, times embroidered with .wee rpscbuds was a member of that session, and or other flowerets. The blouse back has disappeared. since then was a candidate for Lieu tenant Govenor; Walter Evans repre Only a fewathers are seen now. Walking coats and skirts are made sented Christian county. He is now Skirts' are mado to" close Judge of the United States District close-fittinon the Bide. Court. William Cassius Goodloe. of Bright-colore- d ribbons come proyided Fayette county, was a brilliant man. with a string, all ready to shir. They He was afterward Minister to China make pretty finish for the top of a e and was killed in the tragedy; Harry I.Todd,, of Franklin flounce, or edge of pointed cuffs or county, was Warden of the peniten- collar. Handsono-- shirt waists are made of tiary for quite a long term ; Georgo M. glace taffetas, tucked and corded. Jesse, noted as one of John Morgan's most dashing Majors during the war of Skirts are laced at the placquet open the rebellion, represented Henry coun- ing, with cord and buttons. In stockings, some popular colors are ty; E. Polk Johnson, B. E. Cassilly cerise, blue, myrtle, violet, apple-greeand John S. Carpenter represented the First, Second and Third districts in .bronze, and an infinity of dainty and Jefferson county; J. M. AVrijrht, a daring combinations. Smart reefers for littlo girls are of Major under Gen. Buell, represented tho Fourth district, and. J. Guthrie bright red or blue, trimmed with white Coke tlie Fifth district of Louisville; Graid and fastened with larue gilt but Jas. B. McCreary, who was Speaker of tons. They have doublebreasted front the House at that session, afterward arid Watteau back. Corded piques are in great favor. became Governor. He represented ginghams como in solid The Madison county. J. J. McAfee, of colors, new as dark red nnd bluet, for such - was .11 Mercer county,very eloquent girls' serviceable school frocks. man and ws a prominent figure in poliA nandsomo tauor gown s jown Dy. tics in his district before lie died; Man-liu- s Lord & Taylor is of a new shade of trimmed with serpen T. Flipped, of Monroe couuty, be- automobile red, satin to malcli. 'i lie tine hands of came Circuit Judge in hisdistrict,asdid basque is 6hort and round,, and. fits W. L. Reeves, of Todd county; Will snuciy. Clusters ana irregular bnnclies ot iam N. Beckham, of Nelson county.was flowers are seen on cincham weaves. n politician and was related as well as stripes, plaids and sprays. a to Mrs. Wyckliff Moorman, of this The French peoplo give a dash of county; James S. Chrisman, of Wayne color to a baby's outfit somo ddicato 1 county, was a meirber of the Con shade; usually blue for a boy and pink jsvelyn uable. for a girl. federate Congress before he;entered the IS THE BEST in Construction, the Most Economical in the uee of fuel, and tho Legislature. One of the most' promiP. H. Spraguo, a Chicago poultry Most .' erfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet been produced. nent figure in that session was J. S. C. dealpr, is authority for the statement Blackburn, from Woodford, now a that tho production of chickens in tho We have secured tho exclusive agency for this lino of Ranges and will be pleased to show them to you. Sires, Styles ana Prices to suit everybody. man of more than national fame ; Geo. United States last year reached 3,350, a.'. M. Thomas represented Lewis county 000,000 and of eggs 18,000,000,000, nnd and ran with Judge Hardin as candi- their combined valuo aggregated $290 date for tho Lieutenant Governorship; 000.000. a.. . Wm. Brown was another brilliantman. He represented Jessamine county and DOUGLAS & SIMMONS, was a most eloquent lawyer. Ho after99m:. a.. ward attained fame as one of the leada.. Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Har9a... ing lawyers of tiie United States, and a.. rows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farming , Line. 0a.. died at Washington, D. C." ea mchl-l- y Blacksmith Supplies. A drueeist in Macon. Ga.. savs: "I A Frightful Blunder have sold a large quantity of Mother's never known an in 9a.. Will often cauio a horrible Burn, Friend, and have failed to a.. stance where it has produce the a. Scald, Cut or Bruise, Bucklen's Arni rjood results claimed for it. All women we will nnd too 0D1 HIGH Oaa.. HACHIIjt '7 fr.lC. a. ca Salve, tho best in tho world, will agree that V makes labor shorter and less GRA0E CROP CABINET 8U8BICI StWINOjic&ro. ireigai ccput o. D. ..kj.et u iu.L -. 1UU1WIH.HUH. i.b. juur ua 11 ea... kill the pain and promptly heal it. painful." Saa.. u I1X1EU OF, lad nl I BUkhn Mktn MilEYIKUrk u SCO.OO. ptj Till? OUIATSSf BAEOIII IOC J..r Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcors, a.. orrer weirhn muiuiuur special mwalne price 'a'au ana freight clianres. The a.. Bolls, Felon, Corns, all skin eruptions. ltOponndtandthe fretsrbtwtll arermire 75 cents lor each M0 miles. ea... CIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIALln your own home.aixT Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents a... v win return jour aiir uu jmi ro not Hiunea tell air f.retl m&rt mi mdt r Stwlax H.bla at SH.Io. SK1.0O.lie sit. no. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per ili.tXU.dop, tl f.Ily rfneritta la Oar )m Stwlar a.cfcbi. CaUlaaa.. aea... fct JI5.50 farttU DROP DESK CABINET BUHDIOK ry & Thomas. Druggist. 5 ea.. a.. BEWARE OF iMlTATIOMS tl"r.7oaTS' Battles Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00Slza BE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 YEARS OLD.ond never used any remedy equal to Dr. Bell's gives quick and permanent relief It Dr. Bill's In grip as well as coughs and colds. It makes Pins-Tar-Htit- ty ' ood as it looks ? Rockers5 if 4z? out-som- e $ Lamp Umbrella. 5$ Frames, NEW Swopc-Goodlo- snp J Er a 1 n, if heap, Attractive WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM, e3"S- - well-know- TliiimcTniycV gJUgyOl GERSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE 73. OLDHAM NIUIIT TELEPHONE 67 . 0 LLL llHIlUL .ow,oa,a,aa)a GASH terms will be -- 0snsaaasaaasesecaaftBesaeeceasesec tt.tigiaot9ogentiioiitititi: , :...oo floo IBB ..aaeO tOO The Cash Hardware House, SI 9 ...aeo ..aaea .a,eo aoOO On and after January 1st, 1899, our 108 SPOT-CASH- !" Wo have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unablo to collect them all promptly. We are therefore compelled to soil for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to mako it to tho interest of the trade to do business with us. We have a nice line of staplo and Fancy Grccorlcs, Quecnswaro anil Glassware, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. Uoous exchanged for country produce ..S o ..eo aaeo -- cs to eo e ea ioo M,toe aes a JO aa 58 ea eo ...OO eO (1 co '- ..ea THREE FEET MAKE ONE YARD. No. 11 Na ll.l 3.30)Hn 6.45pm 5F.pm 7.00pm NoTlg. No714. 7.4ilam Lv Louivil Ai 7.35pm ia40am 9.55am Ar LcrnctitgAr 5.10pm R.I0am ia43om Arllarod.sbKAr 4.23pm 7.20am 10.55amlAr Uurgln.. Lv 4.15pm 7.10am wtations. Wfieeler & i!son Sewing Machine. EASTIIOUKD. WE8TUODMPl Na 15.tNo.C7. ktationh. 7.Mam!Lv Ar 5.0Jpm 9.0sam Ar Shelbvll Ar 6.17pmiai6amAr Verslles Ar 6.4Upm11.10amAr Midway Ar 7.1pml12,06prolAr Georgtn Lv BASTUOPK1A. 1. No. 16. tNo. 08. 7.33pm 10.40am 9.12am 605pm 7.50am 4.15pm 7.30am 3.28pm 7.00am 3.00pm The little Dutch boy who stopped the leak in the dike with his finger saved his country from overwhelming: destruction. You have read about him in your school readers, how he was walking1 along: uikc wnen he heard a faint sound In tho town of Newbury. Mass. lives a rather eccentric old man (re markable for his shrewdness) in busi uess as Some younc pork-butcli- -- 1 u'" " liuXETTo'i-so?tTCrr nDna larcoToiirr. THE? I.RIUK XICIIIVE BIDS. HIT1I Till GSrSCTSOFbOSC MAllt UT THEHEST MAKPIf !AVRtrA. r i HI. liLM XAi LKlAL . Tertlsiticnu, ollsricz " P!SIi:r?laE, aaknatia tuekiM ,le4 aivter Trton a,k uunes. with " Sea... a., fleaa.. a.. ...O ea eo eo eo eo oo eo eo oo "8 ...eea ea ce sea... ut WESTPQPSD. tNa tNa 7.40am 6. 3.30pm 6.2011m lu.iJam ll8pm 8.03pm 1.05pm "stations. I.v Ar Ar Ar Ar Louisville. Knnxvlilc Ashevlile 11.02am 7.05pm stations. tNoTg. tNo. g. Lv Ixiuisvll Ar 10.40am 7.35pm Lv Verslle Ar 7.50am 4.45pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 6.58am 3.55pm Ar ItlchmndLv 605am 3.00pm 1.30pra Ar Irvine Lv Na 1. NaX Lexington Savannah 10.43am 10.35pm 7.00pm 7.45am 5.10am LlSpm 7.40am 7.45pm Ar Jacksonville Ar ihattanooga Ar Atlanta Ar Macon Ar Jacksonville Lv Chattanooga.... Ar IlirmlDgbam Ar Meridian Ar New Orleans . ASSam 9.55pm 6.10pm 6.55am iau5pm 11.30am fc3lam 9.55pm 8.30am 8.30am 5.55pm 10.30am 11.50am 1.00am 2 25pm 5.10am 9.00am 6.45am Kotary Kotioa and l'lorlila & Havana I.lmi ed carries Through Drawinj? Itoom l'ull-- r an Sleeping car between Louisville. Atlanta, Uueon nnd Jacksonville: connects at Lexington or Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping car for NawOrleans; FrooCbalr cars between Louisville and Lexington: Observation Chair can Lexington and Home; Cafa cars, dopant coaehea. Train No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car between Loulvll!e. Chattanooga and Birmingham. al&o'J'hrouKh Sleeping cars from Lexington to Jacksonville via Anhcvllle and Savannah: aUo via Chattanooga and Atlanta. No chance. Freo Chair earn Lexington to Chattanooga, ""h rough fcleeplnj cars Lexington to Now Orleans. tDailv except Sunday-A- . WnEDOK. v.&T.A., S.T.Swirr. P.&T.A., Lexington, Ky, Louisville. Ky. J. K. Cotr,T,M Washington D. C Washington. D,C For sale by Dewey Music Co., WJt.ll.XATLOE.A.Q.l'A. WutbirgUiB, p. & LculsrUlc, Ky.i jaond, Ky, Bail Bearfngs Rich and knew at once that ,eaK prung- - tn that great embank- mcni wuicn saves Holland from the devastations of the hungry sea. It was early in the night, and no one was near at hand. The leak was small when he found it, but action 01 me water would "" enlarge it long- before morning-- and wash away the entire embankment, inundate the country and. destroy his own and s of homes. So he bravely put his finger in the crevasse, and kept it there all the long night through, until help came and the opening was properly stopped. Ke had saved his country. Equally insignificant is the entrance of disease into the human system. The beginnings of the most terrible ailments are so small they can be easily stopped at the start. Your health is a dike which keeps out ond stops the inroads of dangerous and devastating disease. Whenever it breaks down, no matter how slightly, there is an opening for disease to enter. .If the open-ias- ,. .not watched, it will grow larger, until the sweep of disease overwhelms you, and health and perhaps life is destroyed forever. Fortify your health with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and you can, defy You can make your health so strong a .bulwark that disease cannot find a crevice through which it can creep. Taken in time, Dr. Pierce's, remedies' pre- vent greater and more, serious troubles. Hundreds writa daily to Dr. Pierce, teHi-Eihow these remedies have saved them . made them stronir. Coestipatioa causes and awrrmTates eriocs diseases. It is jtBt4Ur cured br Pelteta. ur.fMfc.' 3 5. """", - , thou-sand- fellows eqtcrcd his shop a few evening tor a joke, asked what his pork was a yard. bobbin winder. adJoitable bearlncra. n&tfnt liberator, troorored lotnte wheel, aaitxs table nrefier foot, imnroved tninn "One dollar," promptly replied the tJinttla carrier, patnt needle tar. patent drew fruard. head it handsomelj decorated old fellow. adrMtM U btmtHmUj NIOKEX. TRIWTIVTIID. mIm mmUb is not a chance remedy. It3 good effects GUARANTEED nml ltttt nulif, nMt rabla a Int traction Booc tella "Then," said one of thorn, take are readily experienced by all expectant Krrj ttaewa t!ltMfHt1ifwniUke4 ta mmr wt.bAwanronecanrmlt and do either plainFreeany kind of fancy wort. ust or mothers who use it. Years ago it passed KIJfDnVQ GUARANTEE Is tent trlth ereryniachlae. a yard." Vfh1lA .Inr.UC IT COSTS YOU WOTHtKG I1WIWHJ0 in.. nvn.p!m.nll "Where Is'Iyour money?" said the ihn w.vl lUlwIIUll pKlkV. . 1111V. It tn Rfl nn. anfl than If eonalrmyl va. .r. ...I., mlm , ja n, m shortens labor and lessens the pains of jaar rnlaal anal lfc $15,50, WU TO llltTtK TUCR rn.HI If at a.r Uaw wllala taraa ,aa MTjaaan old man. delivery, it is also 0." the greatest benefit Mtaallalad. IHtBIBTO HIT. ImHt DtUY. (Mean, RncbiKltCo.arctlroairhl7rolUbla.-Edltor- .) The dollar was laid down. curing the earlier months ot pregnancy. Address, SEARS, "ROEBUCK ft CO. (inc.) CWcago, 111. The old man quickly pocketed it, and Morning sickness and nervousness are aprS-6then produced three pig's feet, with the readily overcome, and the linimentrelaxes the strained muscles, permitting them to quiet remark, "three feet make one expand without causing distress. Mother's BEPAISINO AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES ; All Wrk A SPECIALTY. Friend gives great recuperative power to yard 1" the mother, and her recovery is sure and rapid. Danger from rising and swelled A FAMILY MEDICINE CHEST breasts is done awijf with completely. , ago, and, Cotter's Friend - ii im heildrnr plnifrrarleht)lobcDMliLS a(ftr irbit, itu4 cr ieii, U lWr mpm with fuU If nt?Ui tablo and bead in plxco for sewing-- 4 tatj 4nwTL litni 1W9 ikrUion frmmtt canred, paneled, emboised and decorated eatdnet finish, finest nickel drawer pulls, rest on 4 caa ten, ball beat Inn adjustable treadle, rennlne tmTth trra ttand. tnr Hip h Arm tMt posUlre four motion feed, alf threading M Y QUARTER SAWED OAK CAN BlfV. SOLID I'MSO FOLlHKD. one lllcstraiion shows machine closftd. glrH a.. a.. a.. . a. HIGGINS i-.J .A.. ELLIS, KY. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, ' Vv: :::::::: is aaeaaaaaa9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacs Vea A20-TSA- t?il I.T.niroi.iii-j- r jn.i-j- i Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CUKE is guaranteed to euro you. I Sis tho discovery of an eminent physician. Ho Knife I ffo m 6araM. -: ad fkimt A family medicino chest for ten cents! nai- - nninpini 1 nn1111 4 nrn t" rr ATLANTA, OA. In a pretty littlo enameled metal bo SfC you have the means ql Creeping ffiej ." fiend far oat Ulcitrllitd book for exDectint mother. oaoy to wnoie jaunty neiiiiuyjj-xroi- i Go tfTy'pur druggood old grand-pa- . gist and gel a box of Casca'Vots Candy FREIGHT Cathartic for ten cents, and seo that PREPAID. you always have them iu the house. ForthlsEtvte Colic, sick" headache, dyspepsia, pimnew high arm sewing sleeplessness, worms and nearly ples, machine with all attach, ailment are caused by menta war. some forinrbf-- c&telipSfio.n and in that ranted loyeara, If machine is not sat. litttlebox you have a perfect remedy isfactory in 30 days money will be retways - at 'iMn'd. Save .ytjuf doctor funded. Send cash with order. Debill&nd prevent se rious illness. fry, tho scriptive circular sweet, tkdnty little pieces' of use of the lest os applica tion. 'eltdyJhty,ki you welL and keep "WHAYNB you wen. wejecottimeflu uascftrets ta MO FOUNTN AVB.. IVt'K'O CO., KV. LOWWVU.M. all readers. iach22-6ttV Sold by druggists for $t a bottle, L. E. LANE, 2nd Intsrruptlon of Business ! $18. Nf Street, Rictimqnd, Ky. The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has' cured thouands, and will cure yon. ' Ull. T. d. WILCOX, prominonfc imirchant, ifil:tici?n and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Dopartraciit.'says: After years of Euffcrln;j, DON'S I' I LB Of NTM UN r w as recommended to tnc. Tlie re of cn bes effected a permanent cf$, I voluntarily give yci t!xls sutcmcnt, hoping it v 11 ic c rac r.sr of bringing your wonderful remedy ti the atL.i.:i. .1 bt oihers with piles." t- Self Your Hides AND BUY YOUR very-other,- ., prkc $1.00, Prepaid te any Address. CHATTANOOGA, TEMN. We pay the Highest and sellr5 for. tho Lowest. Piuces oa earii,h. ll Seed Potatoes at Thurman'. Thuemam Gkoceby Co.; 1! DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, Con. Main iVND Ciibaiside, KICHMOND, KY. i