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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 12, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899041201_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 12, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. A LADY ANSWERS THE QUESTION. RICHMOND, There ifl a growing tendency among our peoplo to ignore htfino merchants anil go eisewiiere lor goods, sorry to sav it. but nevertheless 'tis true. At ttiia tiino wo have a vindicatfon of this, there belntr parties from a distance here exhibiting and selling lace curtains. It is enid they have sold many dollars worth of curtains in Richmoud and yet there stand the merchants against their I counters. Is it right? Pantagraph. WHY GOODS AIIE BOUGHT ON THE INSTALLMENT MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ui M WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1899. Jf H 111 NUMBER 45. CRUSABE AGAINST INSURANCE COMPANIES. Royal KOVM. ' M RAKING "There fLeiington Herald. is perhaps no merchant who Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BAKim POWOC CO.. KW YORK. The Assurance Life Society OP THE UNITED STATES. PLAN. supply the homo with these cheerful spots. Yot, poor, help- The Pantagraph underrate of March comfort-givin- g 30th, ask if it is right for the people of less creatures, when it comes to cast- this town to ignore tiieir home mer- ing votes, they have n voice whatever chants, and purchase lace curtains from in tho matter; if they had I "Hardly ODR CANDIDATE. (Winchester Democrat. ILSPPINCOTT'S J. Tbo nerves are invigorated, oatl answer: man lias done. tho blis of manhood returns. The gold standard has made the buy WE-CURWo like tho click of silver (SLEET iug of such articles as lace curtains and It has a musicnl ring, Thousands of younc and General Agents & paying spot cash for them, out of the buys rings and lace curtains, It men aro bavins their rcxt:al ami vitality continually sapped by this disAnd many a pretty thing. Eastern Kentucky. question. ease. They aro frequently unconscious So, give ifs more silver! The ladies eaiinot ibe deceived of the cauforif these symptoms. Ucneral Of course, we will admit that it is alWeakness, Unnatural .Discharges, FailOne Who Has No Vote. by catchy phrases nor ways best to pay cash for what one gets, ing Manhood. Nervousness, l'oor Memj) ory, Irritability, at timo Smarting Sene state of affairs wo yet in this Ejes.'irilh dark circles. bombastic claims. Rescuesation. Kunkcn Remarkable All Weak Back, lienors! Depression, Jjick THE BEST )F THEM ALL 1 1 would hardly have any thing if wo had Mrs. Michael Curtain, l'lnitifiekl, 111., of Ambition. Varicoeelo. Shrunken we have to say is, we buy 1'arU. etc OLBKT nn l HTItlCTUHK to pay ail down at once. And our makes the statement that alio caught may be tho can? o. Don't consult family iu the- "best markets of' in- cold, which settledon her lungs: eho was fe homes would look bleak and drear doctors, as they have no eipericnco in these special discatrs don't aliow deed. We havtS a certain amount of treated for a month by her tamily phythe world, select the la(juacksto experiment on you. Consult pride being poor docs not keep us from sician, but grew worse. Ho told hei &lccialist. who bavo made a lifo Ftiirfy of (9 test yoods, and when you Diseascsof Men and Women. OurNKW" having an eye for the beautiful. We sho was a hopeless victim of consump .UtU'lIOU TIlEATJIIiMT will buy you know you have euro you. One thousand dollars lyS like to have our homes look well, just tion and that no medicine could cure for a case ire accept for treatment and iv -the latest, eannotccrc. Terms moderate torn cure. as much as if we were rich. It behooves her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's Contains ccrrplcto novel In every num- lr. In ndfllti ton iitnre quantity or tuerul every man and woman to make home New Discovery for Consumption; she goods- - Is that what you CURES GUARANTEED and oulcrtalnlug rcadlu matter. as bright and cheerful as possible, for bought a bottle and to her delight Wo treat and enm: EMISSIONS. Xo cnnttnrtrtl mforlrm, trlitrH are mo so, trade with want? VAUICOCKI.E. SYPHILIS. IILKHT. objectionable to utot reader. that surely is the poor working man's found herself benefited from first dose. STIlICTUnE. TMPOTKNCY. SECKET It fhnald be In every household. haven of rest, after a day spent at hard She continued its use and after taking IHtAINS. UNNATnUAL DISnHAKU-ES- . In Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Mahog-nn83.00 tier year. KIDNKYanrl PLAIlDfillDiMiM. Asenls wanted In every totrn, to whom toil for small pay. Little children en- six bottles, found herself sound and CONSULTATION FltEK. HOOKS Golden and Antique Oak.... the most liberal Inducements trill bo offered. joy having their homes look well. FltF.K If unable- to call, write for well, now does her own housework Q1IF.STT0N BLANK for 1I0ME J. B. UFPETCOTT COKPAST, Publlsnerf , Pride is an innate inheritance of the TREATMENT. is well as she every was NiBeautifnl Brass and Folding Beds. Free and PHILADELPHIA. civilized human being. trial bottles of the Great Discovery at EIegant Sideboards. AND Sometimes a poor young benedict Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Extension and Center Tables. starting out oe'r the sea of risky matri- to W. G. White. Largo bottles f0 cents 2 122 W. FOURTH STREET, ffi 0dd Dressers. Chiifoniers. monial bliss, moie risky now than and $1 00. ATT0R1TI FN 1 CINCINNATI, O. M Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. ever, under the pressure of tho gold Ed Racks, Etc., Etc. standard, desires to furnish in a modW. MILLER. est, simple way, a little home for his a w, Atto There is also on display in my store the most young bride. "What would his small Like a CURED with vegetable Kentcckt. Krmedies. Have eared Ricumoxd, amount of savings buy if ho had to pay elegant display of Morris Chairs ever Captain Frank J. White came to.the many thousand called boneless. In tea Office In the Barnam Building, next door to cash for what he got. Yet, on the Record office yesterday morning, set febJ-lbrought to Richmond. or all symptoms removlays atleast armer'a National BanV. friendly installment plan he makes his two galleys of clean proof between 8 and ed. Testimonials and TI!t DATS treatment free. Commission DK. B. II. GRIEH'S SOBS, Box E. Atlanta. Qa. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, little cottage look inviting and homo- 12:30 o'clock, jumped in the air and STTXjXjITV 2ST, Merchants.. Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot like with a curtain here and a rug there struck his heels together three times, Making small payments monthly out of licked the '"devil," then lit out for be excelled. his meagre Balary, and glad to do it, for home to plant his onion patch before AttokneY A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and KENTUCKY. "ho knows his wife will be better satisfi supper. How's this for a man in RICHMOND, his "This is the true ground to take, it Corduroy, just received from the cit Office over Taylor's Hardware Etore, op- ed, more contented with the things 79th year? Lancaster Record. the rates be reasonable the companies posite Court House, on Main Street. that seems to belong to woman kind, Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, ought to be protected and encouraged Tho nifl Fnrm Hn.icn On Th Hill " Union Stock Yards, namely dainty pleasant surroundings. Snryrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractif the rates be eshorhitnnt and unreas H. B. HOGG, We have just received from the pub- Most nil the lace curtains and rugs onable they ought to be punished." O. ive additions to our business. Cincinnati, ATTORNEY AT LAW. sold on the installment plan are sold to lishcrs one of the greatest home songs Kentucky. ladies; they buy these little home dec- - ever written, stiitauie loruie imiuo.ur If you are a lover of beaut- - it will pay you to Richmond, If yon toot jour little whistle, Telephone 7346. And then lay aside your born; orations and obligate themselves to organ, worus ana music ny j. w call and my line of Framed Pictures, MeThere is not a sonl will ever know make tho monthly payments. They Lennan. It bids fair to have a run of Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. CSTAH information regarding livo dallions, &e. We also make a specialty of a man was born. That such take in sewinc and do manv kinds of a million copies. The same is now be-Consign stock cheerfully furnished. In every issue, framing pictures. Tbe man who ads. J. 0. & D. M. CHENAULT, workthat comes within the line of fe- - mp Bung in New York, Boston and sept7-l- y your slock direct to us. And keeps them there to stay; male employment, thereby not having Philadelphia theatres with immense ATTORNEYS. AT LAW, gets the orders, He's the man that success and is received with great ap- poorly-paiIleZs the man who makes it pay. Kentucky. to ask their Richmond, CALL AT phuise. Price 50 cents per copy. All London Kentucklan. huBbauds to buy things they are not able to afford. Ninety cents per day will readers of our paper will receive a copy Office on Second street, over Chen- TURNPIKE CASE IN COURT AGAIN. not keop a man's family, pay rent, buy of it, by sending 20 cents in silver or Our line is full and complete, and in charge ault's grocery. Story of a Slave. clothes, furnish something to eaj, and a postage stamps, to the Union Mutual of Mr. M. G. Brown, a gi'aduate embalmer Sooner or later Madison may have to thousand other little things that cannot Music aud ovolty Co., No 20 liastUth To bo bound band and foot lor years PET3I0IAN2 and funeral director. pay you to by the chains of diseaso In the worst deal with the turnpike question in a be dispensed with, and do not come un Street, New York. call on me before purchasing elsewhere. SALOON PARLOR decisive manner, hence the outcome of der the head of luxuries either, and form of slavery. George D. Williams, Remarkably Old Coins. DR. IT. It. GIBSON, ao TO THE- WHEN IN TOWN. pay for lace curtains too, in cash. The Mich., tells how such a the case from Boyle is being watched City. of Manchester, Mr. John 0. Brooks, of Union of AND SURGEON, FIIYSICIA N colored women, especially, buy and pay slave was made free. Ho says: "My with interest, inasmuch as the Court Kentucky. for these things by their own efforts, takes the rag off tho bush with his col wife has been so helpless for fire years Appeals has granted a rehearing in tho Richmond. lection of old U. S. coins, as follows: Coolest and most refreshing making thus otherwise humble homes not turn over in bed case of the Town of Danville vs. The 1795, 1810. 1819, 1824, that sho could Boyle Fiscal Court. of drinks that can be found Sec look nice and tidy, and they deserve Lexington, Ky. OiSte in the Joe Colins buildinc, S and 1J W. Short St, alone. After 'using two bottles of Elee 1S30, 1S3G. Copper cents 1S25 and ond Street, oer wmte oia arucnorc. This suit, it will be remembered, was in the city are dispensed credit for it. trie Hitters, she is wonderfully im Every one of the coins is in perfect con J. ,W. MASTERS, Proprietor- filed by the town in order to determine and accommoby Successci' to J. S. Collins. Now, what merchant in this town has proved and able to do her own work CUAS. HOOKER, cents. dition, dates plain, and every one genu- t whether or not it was tho duty of the Tfermi.irmpAlft V rpnta. LodfrinfT 25hotel in : .11 l r . .. . .... ever held out any inducements what dating clerks. 1UI ICllli.llU UID II1K MI1KII II IIlIIIITilV centrally located Most convenient and atfNlGHT PHONE 23.-5- 3 SURGEON, ' .. me. ine JUo iian uoiiar is uuierent VETERINARY county to keep in repair those portions the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. ever to this class of people, who are in fmm i.nti,,, i n., if Water Kept on Tap. Genuine Saratoga flfron eases quicKiv cures uervoueuess. sieep - of the freed turnpikes running into tho Veterinary College. Graduate Ontario many cases poor but honest? They stars instead of the usual thirteen, it lessness, meiancnoiy, neauncne, iaint- city. SSSSSSSSiWSSSSSSSSSSSSS and Whiskey Tablts would not give credit to that class, they ing ana dizzy epeiis. ims miracle cured at borne withJudge Saufiey ruled that the courts Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. would hoot at tho suggestion of letting has the denomination "Fifty Cents working medicine is a godsend to weak, out pain Hook of Second St. Phone 3. np stairs, over store recently nccn- and Half a Dollar" printed only on the compel the county to do any fent FflfcE. the bill be paid in installments, telling rim, and the sicklv run down people, livery bottle could not GR. B.M WOULLEI CO.. pied by Richmond Harness Co., East Main St apr7-lface of Liberty is reversed RICHMOND, KY. with the roads, and tho town car 9LtW Kicnmonn, ny. uuice. 104 Norta l'rjor at. them plainly they did not keep an iu Only 50 cents. Sold by- thing All.. from those of the other coins. This uaranteed. ried the caso to tho Court of Appeals. G stallment housePerry & Thomas, Druggists. II. G. JASPER, M. D rare old piece was purchased for sixty The higher court sustained Judge Sauf Merchant employ a man to take out Medicine and Surgery. cents lrom a colored man who found PULLED ITS FEET OFF. iey, but handed down no opinion in the MfErlaipilt3rtiiW his rugs nud curtains, sell them on ju&t DR- Office Collins Building, Main Street it about two years ago on tho Rodes case. City Attorney Fox then asked same terms that these traveling (the Cnrr place) on the Telephone at residence place, now occupied by Col. Caperton. The Winchester Sun tells thus of a for n rehearing, which was granted and . liroiidway. men do, then call each month for the Mr. Brooks also has nn old Spanish terriblo accident to a hurse: fur. Kentucky, piy'ments, aud I believe ho would do arguments called oj ri Richmond, mm. date unknown, witlt bust 01 The Advocate says that County At-- ; 'Will Gay,. a wealthy farmer livings as much business as any of the so call coin, SJIlj M D., Carol us III. If anyone has a book of few miles north, of this city, last Thurs torney Harding and City Attorney Fox G. W. EVANS, ed "Installment Firms." coins or is a Numismatist let him cor day, while attonding to somo farm wilt argue the case before the court at Every merchant who voted the Gold respond with our Union City friend. matters, left his hone hitched to a fork- - Frankfurt at its April term. The Ap Standard voted the working class of Phvbicias axd Sukoeon, tn ed tree that divided to the ground. The pellate judges are said to be divided in mm From Alhlele to Valedictorian. Is right at hand so is the - Kentucky. people from his countor to a great ex RrrMtMoMn. horse became restless and by rearing up their opinions in the matter. tent. Every poor man, white or black, Of the several physical directors of lodged in the fork who voted the Gold Standard voted lace C. U.. nono is eo well remembered as both fore feet became DR. T. J. TAYLOR, THE REMEDY. mm of the tree. Iu its efforts to extricate draperies from his window and bright, the first, Prof. James W. Frew. He Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, mm A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and itself, its feet became the more securelyKentucky warm rugs from his hearth and he sends us a superb invitation to the CornRintuoND There is one very good way to combat wedged down in the fork aud the horse mm ought to have to get out of bediare- - mencement of the Milwaukee Medical the mania for leaving home to buy mer-- l EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. fell and lay upon the ground. and residence on Second Street. footed on the bare floor, but the women and Dental College, April 3. Mr. Frew "There seemed but one way to release chandise. That is by attractive adver-- l are too proud to livolike that and have lis Valedictorran of tho Medical class, CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. dreadful position. So tisements setting forth the advantages! DENTAL STOGES.T. taken the burden upon themselves to which fullv attests his ability and popu tho horse from its of ono prong of Tubes, by Mail, T5 cents; bottles, 50 cents. the of the local market. If enterprising the cutting down larity. While this was city merchants can draw your trade tree was at once begun. - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MQ, JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, Center-C- ut And It will be remembered that for two being done the horse made a desperate awuy from home a distanco of hundreds! mm Janl5-lyears his field day teams here won the & THOMAS, Druggists. For sale by PERRY to free its feet from the tree and of miles, it should bo an easier task to DBMllsr, , mm chnrapionship of Kentucky colleges, effort your doors. Disc OP LOOlSVtLLB, Kr. succeeded in doing so by pulling both koep it right at and that his indoor exhibitions were of its feet off at the hock joints. It then next door to Government Building, SEND US ME notably fine. His successor, Avery, i KicbmHna, ny. umce noura Sun says: "Jake The arose aud in its dreadful suffering fran- Gay, of Winchester the champion gunnovl7-lOur store is heavily stocked with every article Pine Grove, advantage of Frew's well had the txrr.uTED icas qi'su ruuii asun, kjfri,ic o. u.,utjntt tically ran about the field for some ner of Kentucky, will take in the Kant- Hardware Store, such found in a first-clas- s lulMitok Yoannexmrnlna It at jaarneuest (rtletit Utpot, championship ( trained team and won the was in.llr too and Ittmexsctlyas npnaeated, equal to organjw that sticking its club leg3deep into the em Club Circuit, of Washington, Balti Four nice rooms for rent. and aloo.OO, toa irreatcst Taint joaerer rrtait at 74.00 as Collars, Hames, Traces, Backhands, etc., a fine ath time Prof. Frew iu football. far bttar tnan onrans adtertUed br others at mors moneT, pay soft ground before it could be caught more, new YorK. etc. He win leave tbalral2lt agent our tix.la! SO Jaj." offer prlct, S3I.73, Nails, Wire, Stoves, sTinware, Cutlery, etc. lete, and could impart his knowledge April 4th, and will bo the guest of It. Call at Dental Off ice of Dr. Hob- lau t&a IL0O. or t0.tf, and Irelsht charge. and killed." S. Waddell in his private car. The to his pupils, who wore very fond of S3I.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE ISU?& Are you frequently hoarse? him. His lady's class in the gymnn- - Success consists iu persuading oth- - iirand American Handicap, o New pctta chut- son, next door to postoffice. offer waa sever mado berare. aek h, will! York, to come on" April you have that annoying Do TitU ACMt UUbtN UOUQI u aiuuiniuuv nnuiui one ever organized ers to take you at your own valuation be the largest and most interesting of was luiuiiMMMUMtfUH. iruin IU. JUUIkntUtfU IUU.II. WUCJi Mr. Wm. Buckley, our experienced tin- tickling in your throat? would siutu A tnooniy here U enzrared direct from a phototrraphjou can form aome Idea ot Its direc-.- J Town Topics. iter leaving the season. D R. FRED SMITH. qunncr mww ner. is constantly in demand for guttering, fgja Deautllal appearancv. jxaae irwm aour;andomamen ted. vou feel relieved if vou could here.of the Lcxingt-'ak. anUque flalsh, handsomely decorated and Ixnilsyille latet low atjle. Tuaaide and welfths SM pounds. aigo,lumiKu isaicri 0 mcues UonDEN) 1ST. raise something? Does your tor roolingand repairing. Inches loni;, is Inches Atlilptin niulm. . and now has a lllusiical ,K.r Uins I oCtaTes, II stops, as tollowii Olapuea, rrlaelpsl, cough annoy you at night, and .... over Collins Orocery. same office We will not be D.lcUas, a.laals, CUita, Craa.ss, Bus Caspl.r. TreUs dinloina with tho highest honors of his Ostatr Cosslen, lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bnrgin. Janl2-lC..,l.r, DUpaM fort aa4 Tra Haaassl 1 OrehMtrst do vou raise more mucus in 1T.ssSw.II. lCnatOms Bwfll. 1 Hcti Undersold E GRIGSBY & MDNCEY, traveling men, who come to the town from timo to timo representing installment firms from distant cities. In lf of the working class I make this he-ha- think thore would be one woman silly enough to vote lace curtains to the windows of her rich neighbor nud none to her own as tho poor gold-standa- g haid-tim- - LOCAL,. rnky-at-L- y -- at-La- 31-3- 0 hard-worke- d d Clark county presents in the person of Judge Caleb Breckinridge Hill a cimli-dnt- e for one of the most important o Alcoa which the Democratic State Convention, will have at its disposal. Judge Hill moved to this city from Reattyville about two years ago; was elected Chief Clerk of the last Kentucky Legislature by a very flattering vote, receiviug in the Democratic caucus more votes than both his opponents. He discharged the duties of that important office so efficiently that prominent Democrats from all over the State urged him to offer foi Secretary of State. Yielding toEiich requests, desiring to servo his party in that capacity, believing that the Tenth Congressional District should bo represented on tl)6 State ticket, and feeling that he could go into the convention with hearty support from this district, he announced his candidacy for that important office He Is especially fitted for the position, and if nominated will add strength to the ticket. He has been Clerk of the Lee County Court, and was elected Judge of that county whon ho had to meet- and over come a Republican majority of nearly two hundred. He is an educated gen- tleman and an accomplished speaker, He fell into working harness In this county last fall, making ns many speeches for Fitzpatrick na any other man In the county. His Interest should not be overlooked. Gen. Hardin has devoted friends in this county ; Captain Stone has earnest supporters, and Sen ator Goebel's friends, while not so nu merous, are no less loyal to him, and we earnestly appeal to tho friends of eaeh of these gentlemou to remember Hill, and not let his chances for the nomination be endangered by the con duct of the Democrats of this county, oi whom lie is one. onn.lMiitn fn if v, M" Onnt f5tnpr:il wlin snnk-- at the Court House . . Mnn,lft wnprOMSi.. t(je figgy nmt was ,iue ji r mu; 6tated that because of Mr. Hill's candi- dacy he would not ask nor expect the delegates from this county to be in structed for Attorney General. Mr. Hill is the only candidate from the Tenth Congressional District, which gives him a splendid chance to secure tho nomi nation if his friends are prudent in their conduct. 41.-. -Atti-lfnAp could transact business without tnking out insurance upon his stock; he could not obtain credit from Eastern sellers if ho did not carry sufficient insurance in solvent companies. Nor could money be borrowed upon mortgage if the mortgager did not insure the mortgaged property. If all the counties enter into this crusado against the solvent companies who have formed these boards to secure stable, equal and profitable rates, and similar verdicts aro returned by the juries and-thsentences are affirmed by the Court of Appeals, it must result in the withdrawal ot these companies from tho State or from these counties which desire to drive them out of their limits. The fines imposed in Franklin.Scnttand Woodford amount to largely over $50,000. This sum must bo paid if tho Courtof Appeals affirms these judgments out of premiums; for this is the only sourco from which the companies derive income, and must in the end bo paid by the insured. All judgments against corporations which io a businees dependant upon public uses are in the end paid by thoso who need and use the facilities furnished by iuch corporations. The enormous judg ments found against railroad and transportation companies are paid by the passengers and shippers who use the instrumentalities of transportation furnished by the companies; and their chief effect is to raise and maintain higher rates for passenger and freight traffic, or tho facilities for freight and passenger transportation are lessened and made slower, meaner and more inconvenient. The companies merely advance the money and then recoup by charging higher rates, decreasing wages and furnishing cheaper facilities. ' The position taken in this district by Col. Allen, and the fact that two grand juries have met and adjourned without action since the verdict in tho Franklin court have been approved, are of inesli mable advantage to the business inter est of Lexington. Col. Allen is clearly right when he declares that ho will not take steps to prosecute unless the rates areexhorbitant and unreasonable, and when they become so lie ought to DM.&K. The Lading Specialists of Affl&rlca Our Goods A1ND 20 YEARS IN OHIO. Our Price?,! 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE i Thousand! of yonn? r.a-- 1 Diduls-aarci- l man are troubled with this Jitcasc many I imconscionjlr. They may bavo a rmatt-- 1 Ins scniatlon, (mall, tmsting etrcnta, I sharn cnttintr rains at times, rliffht dt- difficulty in commrncicg, trcak I aeharce. emurion. and ail thoryinntoms I ot nerrous acotlitj lliey tiave blltlU-- ! J.UXIK. won l Jet doctors ton you. hi n f t !rfT tttfltiMnt nw f rt v i H A LM tarn. JUUl 11 11 WA ilh.NT absorb the stricture, tissne; heneo removes tho strictnro permanently. 1 03,1 norer return. No pain, no miTer- .LUocexuaiorsnnrareFirrncin-cned- J 'I kiluMI !Mltl.UIUtlU, ..(-I 1111Iu. JIIIO Hill it .9 If Our NEW JlirfllOD Tit BAT- - - Us fl p pi fi3 - Compel yoa to trade with us when yon give us a t rial. 331, - i We Don't Want a Cent rour money unless you get "value received for it. For that reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. Of ) (G f33t CZD CTD !5l mcinou. . ) rmtMlc-aec- d I i" fosi-tivel- y up-to-da- te If Suites... jtseo room oo y, - Kennedys Kergan Gibsoo DROPSY two-third- s osliallCo, co-e-n two!; It-wi- ll -- English Kitchen, Half-dollar- s, LLE MOBERLET 18-1- up-to-da- te - a mm . i. I 1 K r..-..- .l y - - A BOON TO MANKINDS TABLER' ... rap rny - - I fice Vulcan Chilled Plow, Bell y. I Harrows. I y Ml DOLLAR lliii-i:ii- lift-wa- s PS mm - 11 y I Dr. Louis H. Landman wt Ninth fitrppt. Cincinnati. Ohio. will be at the Hotel ZImrucr, Richmond, Ky., on Vn the mornins? Then you should alvays keep on hand a bottle oi class. Prospective Candidates, Take Notice. As a self The Ills of Children. on the Ti tWednesday, April 12, 1899, returning every second Wednesday o. Tach month. Reference every physician of Rich leiuo-ij- r. mond, Ky. Aprs KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. LIS. CAVE, Cfterri PttsiJ'tt, iMisiftcn, fj. ERAItY, BIDLE, MEDICAL, AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES. STt a Tiiitinn fur l.lterarv and Bible Course $I0,OX) year. More than twenty teachers. Mtni-.tinTTinnsnitunf snccessful alnmnl. Hocial and moral welfare of stndents receive .n.M.i ttnilnn Oren to both sezea. fFor Jly27-tcataloiraes address tbe President. mtmi Help IIB tffill! SHORT LINE TO New Orleans -- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pnllntan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. Ask your ticket aitent for particulars or write toR 11. rowier, xtsvcuhb Free ueeiiniair inair Memphis and New Orleans A. If. HANSON, a, V. A., Chicago. protection the Climax hereafter will positively refuse to print free the stereotyped notices tent in hero by men who wo "Thinking of running for office and 'At The Proper Time Will Announce.'" Wo suspect that 90 per rent, of these well meaning brethren jv'ill find out in duo time- that they have little or no chance for elec tion and thereby leave this paper In the hole. If you want your candidacy announced send us S3. If you with it known that will announce "At the Proper Time," please send ua $1 DO to f lot the people hear'the good news. If yoir finally dteldo to make the race we If you have a weak will credit ih.c.fclXO on your announce throat you cannot be too ment fee. No less than a dozen "pros careful. You cannot begin pective candidates" have been given treatment too early. Each free the benefit of our circulation, with cold makes you more liable the hope on our part, ihat thoy wotjld to another, and the last nltimate v auuotinco. Hut that is tlte one is always harder to last wo will hear of most of them cure than the one before it. There is a mistaken impression on tho part of many olfice seekers that news Br. Acer's cierri Peeler si Pfesier papers are run for their special benefit KccK l&e fcifs ttm cm. while the floaters mid bums get all their money, We are not here for our Dr Hart mart offers his advice io parents j EARN - begin wiUi taking cold. II your child catches cold don't wait a moment before attacking that cold. To the ignoranco or neglect of parents is duo the fatal termination of many children's cost- rjlaints. If you are aot informed asto the proper course to pursue to drive off a child's cold, write to Dr. llartman, president of the Surgical Hotel, Columbus, O.,for advice, and ask for some of his free books which contain tho most pertinent facts about colds and coughs and all catarrhal diseases. children scription, is wholly vegetable. It wards off colds entirely if takes at ? in rocer dosea.. It the breaks up settled cold quickly; it Is 8cientiSc and safe; there k bo Mystery about it. Dr. Hartaaaa's books tell lust how it acts asd why. All bcD-innln- treatment of coughs and colds. to guard against colds. Nearly all the iUs of Taylor Bros. EIIrriJfairrlMjrrlJsirfM m KswasUrrrtr.q.sltl;Bns, 1 Set atSt rarsSwert a.Mta Ims.. I 8.1 ra OaralsslT BrllU..tClU Eesils. 1 Pet sf Fl.a.tt II Rltk JI.IUwSi.wUDUp.ua Sns 1 sweat 3!KVZi ac9antMIMurrUlsslItMts. THKACMEQII are onlr tion consist of tbecelebratedaew.11 Bts,vhlcti ntetl In the hlffbest graae lmtromenuj sttca wita usa- .... auo urv lmiiswiim, leasiarsaaa . best robber cloth, leathers, etc bellows of the bellows stock and finest leather In Talree. 2II AtlMK UUKKJi Is rumlKhed with a Uxlt beseled nl.ta Franoh mirror, nickel Dlated cedal fntmes. IT. fanba rnrv a hsao. and ver7 modem ImproTement. Ma.arcsa uwl aaa lh aaUarssa IsstrsatlM bask saUkara. GUARANTEED Z5 TEARS. r guarantee, by the Isoue a written blndlnar terms and conditions of which If any part sires oat we repslr It rreo ofeharcc. Try It one month and wa wilt refund your money If yon are not perfectly satltlted. KO of these organs will 1 sold at (tl.Ii. iVVSSrw. pilTwarFrlleilr3prirr5jB o:tiK:t Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. MnrorMrtmiaaUti&n X&ttan&l Rsvnlc. fhlnicnt nr nrmavn Knhvnirfl tUnV. New Tarkt tirtnr Ttvllroad OfexDVYSl a racial tf r 9 1 OO, Ooo.no, oorupj entire one of the Urcet builnetw blorloln Cbc&go, vnd enplT netu-1- tCf3 proplo la our own build In ff. WK oXLL OEOUS AT tlt.W m4 up rusos. in-W- j 7? IM Pi ssVlSO 7ir(sUIUK iu 411 usicsu luntl kuucavaw s. lUWCIs nuuiwiv Fin A " r Utiw-ff- r r!UW Ml Addmi, ami mnslcal lnntrnment ratal 2Uecl C. SEARS. ROEBUCK A. CO. (inc.). Fullon, Dfr.ainet and WaTraan St j.. CHICAGO, ILL. roa OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED not Uttvlt with u uk yocr nelKhbor about nn. write thATMirilUhBi-of at eNcr. Chi.. bunt dfx ay. fj.m P.Tfhsvnim Xat. Psnb campny la ChiCMto. fr k llartraan'a great pre- JAMES T. HAMILTON, Mtiweits, TtMb3, Proprietor ud Forelgi aid rr.Hi-1'wnr- ri LrsuufeoaQ KMIKiwt)-g'- l I I III I Heaistnes, SUtiary jum! rrs- 4 III American Marble Granite. druggists sell it. Mrs. C. sjnew tS -- at Hand. health. pos-sibl- T..lllt. ITo rstuja If you have any complaint whatever and desire the besty medical advice you can obtain, write the doctor freely. You will receive a prompt reply. ArldresB. DR. T. C. AYER, Lowell; Mi. uuuu.u.s i WM. A. KELL0NB, A. O. P. A, Loaiaville. Albert Hunter, a prisoner at Kokomo, Indiana, finds himself 'a hard man to kill. He first made a rope with hand kerchiefs aud swung four hour,then cut an arm almost of! and .bled profusely and lastly tried to butt hid brains out against the stone wall but til In vain. He is" guarded now but saj a he'll try again to kill himself the first opportu nity. T. Eogers, Elgin, 111., says: Dr. S. It. HartmaH, Columbus, O. Dear Sra: "Your medicine saved my baby's life. We stopped all treat ment but yours, aaa bow no ia a beautiful boy. It was eertaisly a miracle." Mrs. Beckhur. East Toledo, O. Medicine Co. writes to the 13 the best " Dear Sirs: medicine I ever had in my house My children had a had cough, and Pc-ru-Pc-ru-- 'inA uosDt:f o; noq JSd St ts 'ssp '.'1v FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are coiitomulatinc Ituvinc MaiMo. Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, win twin, it to tneir interest to can at tno out sianu in tne rcai of the M. K. Clmrrlr oii! Irvino Street, "where they will find constantly on hand a larce stock of finished work to detect front at prices to Milt all classes oi buyers. Mftw iJ u. v(i . uuuiui.ji.ii, one or, tne nest workmen. in central estaiiitsnnienia-nt- i KentuoKy, is m cuargSj Oi mis means saiisiactcry worK In every phtse. Parti os rtyiiiK at m uwtance etiouiu write to Me lor designs which will ba farniehe;: :l on application. -- HHtJ !. IKLL H 'nrssrN oj 'bukaH 'WA miAjs Jiue34s ;sej itjij. 'sucwpo Aaj jo 1uicji,v pug 'o8enireS 'edurex oi suofjDwHiuoo ij2noJiix, sjuji SurpstuoD pus )tJ3saiO pue am va Acp 5iAUOSpr:f a) pinjupuo 'qinos Mft uj jsaui surcj, pnos u-- fl) or ZaT tM. cared them aU with Proper knowledge of, the treatment of eoMffca aaa the tint imrjorMBoe to parents, lius savwmn All oaiarrhal diaeauvw succumb to re-ni-- ." a. fnnniinuiiiMnBRr n Wmm csa . is of mitt PATRONAGE SOLICITED. JMES f. HK7VtIUTOH, Proprietor. The Richmond Climax. Miss Van Greenleaf is at Paris. Miss EdnaSchlegel is vfeiting in 2it.j A.CMnST' i . C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. Sterling. . The charges of bribery sprunjrin the The wealth of the multi Mrs. Henry R. Pickels is visiting in Frankfort, Convention nt "WEDNESDAY, APIUL 12, 1P99 Railroad should be a lesson to ambitious politi millionaires is not equal to Jessamine. Mr. John R. Gibson was in Louisvillo ciansnot to pay cash before goods are good health Riches without fOBLUHXl) XvritY WEDNESDAY JIT on Monday. Co. Hon. u. u. JjicuoBD, oi ivasrungiuii, neaitn are a curse --ana vettner Mr. Ben Hurst!- was, at .Ford FridayJ The t- ., !JJ1 1 hlll-of-far- o. v AYoxdeb if ennned roast beof was among tbe culinary Btores ot 3Ir Alger's ebin on which ho went to Cuba? Bet it Proprietor, nuamtoru wns not on tbe Durability is Better Than Show." PERSONAL,. Third street who Climax Printing riSK YKAIt, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, arrived home yesterday. He will bo associated for several moaths with Dr. M.II. Daily, after which ho will open an office of his own. Dr. Dickson is one of the brightest young men of Paris and is sure to succeed in his profession. Paris News. Dr. Chas. B. Dickson, graduated last week from, the WE HAYE PLENTY IF CIAI. 1, n. is On UUMUUbS. H?RELIQIOUS. " PRICK $1.50. Frankfort for the Democratic candidate the pOOr alike have, in Hood 's fpr Railroad Commissioner in the Second The Convention was the most exciting ever held in Kentucky. ANNOUNCEMENT FOIt AUDITOR. We are authorized to announce JOHN D Oveu three hundred dead American CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate (or the office of State Auditor, subject to the soldiers, embalmed by embalmed beef, action 01 me uemocrauc ciaie convention. were .brought from Cuba and Porto oi xserea, lias gone to .riot left tbe house. Things looked a little the Association, but that if she could springs ior ms neaitn. ltico lust week and buried at Arling squally for awhile, and being unused to not compete with the other institu FOR BEFBSSBXTATITS. - Lexington, Lucky coincidence that Algerand Rev. Ash ford Reeves, of such procedure, you can imagine mj tions on the only legitimate conditions We are authorized to announce M. IT. WILL' ton. (C. N. & Co. Brand, which we will contest, men IAMS a candidate tor the Legislature, subject to Eacan wero not there to shed tears of spent Sunday in this city. As the offended sisters for a fair anu creditaDio amazement. sell for a few clays "only" at " tnc action oi tno democratic party. K. U. is not tin to the standard. Mr. remorse. Miss Annie Bennett visited Miss filed outat the door, the preacher re- - Little then oUered thisamenduient as a We are authorized to announce W. W the following prices : COMBS a candidate to succeed himself In tbe Pearson, of Lexington, last week.' tnatked that to move a terrapin it was compromise, and It was adoptou. k. Climax, a lady answers In next ecneral assembly ot the State of Ken U. opposing, unci uontre, u. u., anu tucky subject to the will of the Democratic tho question, why homo peoplodonot Mrs. ii. r levis, of Ivirksvule, is only neceesary to put fire on its back Georgetown supporting- a vote of party. No. 80, visiting Mrs. John Cotton at Danville. Quiet being restored tho preacher took State College not voting: buy certain goods from home merup the thread of his discourse and con chants. Inasmuch as she blames it on Mrs. Minerva Williams, of Mt Sterl "Anv ono may take part in the con CALL FOB COUNTY CONVENTION. sins most law, the Gold Standard we will not say a ing, is tho guest of Mrs. Maria Lynn tinued his tirade against tueBro. Trice test that is cither a student of never JSTo. 30c. Bible or art collece, who has prevalent in that section. word. Otherwise, otherwise. Mrs. Judge J. M. Benton and wifo were has taken upon himself the arduous practiced law or had from week to "Reeoived, That a Dbtrict Convention come again. Winchester task of moralizing that community, and week, or monin to monin, or at any in Kichmond. Monday. 3.6, regular interval the chargeof achurch." 20c. shall be hold in the Third Railroad San. if he escapes a whipping, there is noth Tub outcome of the deadlock of the If this amendment stands, and Czar District of Kentucky on Wednesday, Mr. W. E. Grigsby, of Paducnh, visi ingiu the scowl portrayed upon tho Reed's rulinc's supports its passage. Boyle legislative convention was the B. H. NEALE. April 20, 1899, for tho purpose of This is a chance that the ladies of Kichmond 42$h ted his father; Mr. E. . Grigsby,last countenances of those ladies who gave hereafter K. U. will not be allowed to nomination of an outsider, Mr. Charles a Democratic candidate for nnrl Mnrlisnn foimtv will have to mmnlv week. him the cold shake Sunday. Middle- - select an experienced preacher or an Bacby, a youag lawyer, who was not Railroad Commissioner in said district C old lawyer, matriculate him in the Col- themselves with Ribbon at the usual price, Mrs. II. B. Hanger was tho guest last burg cor. Stanford Journal. in the convention hall when nominated 011 ttie lego of Arts, and put nun up Said Convention will meet in the city week of Miss Olivia Fant, at Flcmlngs- The Ribbon is on exhibition at our store. 3--platform to compete with bona fide SWali-Paoe- r! of Winchester at 1 o'clock p. in. Dele and knew nothing about it for hours. CORRESPONDENCE. college students from five to ten years The result of tho closelv contested race burg. gates o said Convention shall be chosen his junior. Mrs. Lacy Bright is visiting her at County Mass Conventions, to beheld between Messrs. Richardson, Minor and Rev. Mr. R. E. Moss, who won the IRVINE. Washing Mrs. J. H. Dlxonj-icounty soats in the district Reid has been to excite admiration for mother, at various contest last week, represented K. U., : theflood's Fills care liter and ton City. willingness to act for tho best in fEstlll County! aud preaches at Kirksvllle, in this In all the new rich dark at 2 o'clock, p.m., on Saturday, April their terest of the party. Chairman Wingate only cathartic to tako wlta llord'i barsaparllla. county, and at Walton, Ky. This is colorings, special designs. 15, 1899. Judge P. H. Sullivan and family have Mrs. Jim Congleton is visiting at his linn year at lv. u.. Having pre "That tho basis of representation also comes in for praise for his superb taken rooms at Mrs. Maria Lynn's on viously taught school in Tennessee Moberley Station. from oach county to the District Coir conduct of the delicate situations with rection of affairs to a lew Jeauing men Third street. His age is not known to tho writer, but vention shall bo ono delegate for every which he was frequently confronted. whose status wasdetormlned by their Miss Nettie Maguire was the guest of ho will probably bear the added dis Is now open, and we have new hats of all kinds ! Misses Mary and Luella Winn, of tinction of being the last old man to two hundred votes and each fraction Boyle county's convention was a signal assignments to tbe more important Piatt City, Mo., are the guests ofJMiss Miss Lillie Barker last week. We invite inspection. We are showing all the enter the Kentucky oratorical contest over ono hundred votes cast for tho victory for fair and square politics. May Ballard. committees." Mrs. D. A. Wallace and Miss Ida without a heavy handicap lor ace. On up in price to the flno Pressed Novelties of the season. At prices that knocks lioad of the Democratic electoral ticket That General Miles has proved THAT ELECTRIC LINE TO LEXINGTON. out competition. Miss Lorrette Gartrell, of Mexico, White are in Cincinnati buying goods- style anil previous occupation. JSo use to waste yonr Tapers. at the Presidential election in 1899." all he claimed about the army beef, wo Mo., is tho charming guest of Miss Mr. McGinn conducted tbe Easter valuable time looking at small "That all known Democrats and oth- submit the following extracts from the Indictment oi lasurance Companies. services at the Christian church, April sample books of old stylo job Tho visit of tho Lexington capitalists Laura Lynu. ers who will pledge thomselves to sup- ocean of testimony of ths same tenor: papers. We have a number of MI6S Rosa Justice, of Winchester, In view of the fact that Insurance and Slade, last week Messrs. Bennett port tho nominee of said District ConMaggots in the meat at Camp upon a mission of vital importance to arrived Tuesday and is the guest of Mr. expenenceu raper Hangers. W. M. Snowden and George Will- - Companies have lately come in for a vention shall be entitled to participate Thomas. attention at tho hands of is Richmond last county deal of judges, we append this various lams were this community, was the subject of and Mrs. R. P. Fox. in the Count v Conventions to select Slime in the meat at Santiago, article circuit Nauseating odors and filth in the meat much comment. That an electric rail Mr. Allen Zarinc was present at tho court day. delegates. from tno fans itepoiter, where recent We Charge So More in Porto Rico. road will be built from Lexington to Bucknor-Cassidnuptial at Mt. Sterl "J, M. LASSIXG, Chairman. Miss Ida Park is with her sister, Mrs ly iho grand jury indicted the com:, ; i, panies for violating tho laws 44 Unucks canned in Unicaco ana sow to ing last Wednesday. Thimble, Secretary." "South win fcimpson, who is low with con of the state. The jury in the case . . , ., lilt? UUYCIJUUCUL itllU UtllCID. T for hanging than those who cut up Miss Bessie Turley is visiting Mrs, sumption. G for to G against punishment: Lows, carrying calves, Binea anu stood and otherwise destroy your paper. Pursuant to the above call I request packed in Chicago and sold to the trade, the seriousnes of the subject we reprint Walker McKinney, nee Miss Hallie . Mrs. Harry Milward, of Lexington, is 'It is a matter of regret that tho m AVe are showing a choico lineOur Clothinp; Department Saltpeter and borax used in the Chi the report of civil engineer Totten, Boggs, at Winchester. is the Democrats of Madison county to cago vesticatiou in the trial of the insurance visiting her father, David Bergman, at complote. of Black Dress Goods at 15,( tannine factories. companies did not take a wider range made from notes made along the route meet in Mass Convention at tho Court We have the prettiest 20, 25, 35, 50, Co, 75c, SI.OOnSIioos Men wero sickened by tho beof in Misses Sudie and Dora Russell wore this place. and cover a longer period of time for last week : House, in Richmond, Ky., at 2 o'clock Porto ltico. V line ever seen in ltichinond and $2.00 per yard. tho guests of Mrs. J. Tovis Wilkerson, Mies Edith Mahaffey gavo a candy the education of the public on the gen Lace Curtains 30c per pair up.(Our6tock of Notions and p. m., on Saturday, April 15th, 1899, to am. totten's kepokt. of insurance. One year, at Lexington, last week. Captain Henry "Wygant, lately of party to some of her. young friends Fri eral subject auoweu ware is complete. See what Swiss 8jc per yd up. appoint delegates to attend the District Richmond, but who was in the San To Mr. J. T.Sladeand Dr. David Benncil proot as 1KJ7, was in Miss Annie Owen, of Red House, has day evening. y we have before you buy. See our new Curtain goods. Mounted on Spring Rollers, fix far as Bourbon county Is concerned Convention, to be held at Winchester, Juan battle, testifies that the beef was "Window Shades (complete) lOfQSee our stock of Piques and Gentlemen: In the matter of' the returned home after a pleasant visit to Mr. John Powers, representing the It developed that in that year the tures complete, ready to hang, Ky., April 2tkh, 1S99, to nominate a devoid of nutrition. Welts, at 0 to 25c. to 50c proposed electric railway from Lexing Miss Lena Parker, on North street. agencies collected about 532,000 and Power Grocery Co., of Paris, has been from 10c on up in price. Carpets, SJc to $1.25 per yd. yJOar Laces and Embroideries Democratic candidate for Railroad Com paid out in losses, commissions aud ex was mistaken. The ton to Richmond along the turnpike, I General Miles the talk of the town. ( Miss Virginia Chenault, of George in Irvine this week. Matting, 12 to 24c per yd. nenses about 19.000. Whether a profit misstonor in thcThird Railroad District meat was all right (?) atock the largest Price the write to say that, in our "carriage re. town, is the attractivo guest of the DEO. M. WILLIS, 10, Hand 19c.) lowest. D. Miller, of Richmond, is vis of Sia.OOu was reasonable or unreasonn Lunch Baskets. Chas. of Kentucky. connoisanco" of tho route, I saw no blc, or whether that was a Children's Baskets, 5 and 10c. Baby Bibs, 3, 4, 5. 7. 10 and 14c. The Iowa Supreme Court has special difficulties of construction, from Missess Pendleton Winchester Dem iting his aunts, Mrs. Thomson and Miss or average year, tbe evidence good, bad John B. Ciibnaw, Chm'n., was not ocrat. 203 ff. S11X STCEET. Daniel, nt this place. District Com. Madison, County, Ky, knocked out the most ingenious plan of an engineer's point of view. conclusive. Tho Stanford Journal savs that Mifs evading the liquor Inws ever devised, March 24th, 1S09. RICHMOND, KY Mrs. Tom Williams, Jr., entertained "The reduction of the average of rates Tho road would requiro very light Wall Paper. Window Shades. Paints. Oils, the only one by which liquor could be work in grading and masonry for 23 of Nannette Heath was engaged to glvo Mr. and Mrs. David Bergman and Mrs. in the town after the building of tho Olass. etc Richmond milliners nro working sold in towns having no saloon petitions. water works and putting In the electric me lowest. . stock the larcest. prices alwavs dramatic recital at the opera house lastH Harry Milward Wednesday evening, over time to add to the white man's M. Snyder, President of the First Ka the 24 miles proposed; the three miles night. alarm svetem was verv slirrht. and no Saturdayoveuing C. W. Miller enter 'evidence was presented to snow whether including the crossing of the Kentucky burden. tional Bank of Grinnell, had liquors river would require more work, but at Miss Willio K. Hocker, of Pine Bluff, tainment Judge Redwino, Attorney the rate before lbUU was a losing one or GO YEARS' Dkkensk of the "army beof" is con shipped to that town in packages. no great cost except as to the bridge at Arkansas, visited Mrs. J. C. Chenault Bird andV. L. Vaugn at his father's not to the companies. The companies EXPERIENCE subcertainly are so bound together as to organs Ubing Bills of lading in namesof fictitious per the river. filled to those republican and Miss Tempio Oldham several days residence, on Main street. 1 rates and risks that they act as one the syndicate editorials prepared at sons and sight drafts accompanied ship Tho route from Lexington following last week. Miss Elizabeth Miller, of Nicholas company, and herein lay grounds for ments. Snyder would sell a bill of la"Washington, D. C. the turnpike is remarkably straight for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fulton, of Kan ville, was in Irvine a few moments last the charge of combination, but the fact ding to any person who would pay the remained that they did not raise the Thk news from Manila indicates that dralt The buyer could go to the depot fourteen miles to tho river hills with sas City, and Mrs. Bettie McComas Monday. Sho is now visiting her rates, hut rather lowered them, gavo few curves and gently undulating and son, of Chicago, are visiting Mrs brother, Hugh Miller, near Richmond them grace in tho sight of some of the no American generals arc, like Shaftcr and get the liquor. Snyder was indicted but raue rnKHisa inCuba,swingii)gin hammocks sis miles for maintaining a liquor nuisance and grade, a few: only of the erodes being as Nancy Moberlcy. Hugh R'ddell i3 moving to the Will jurors. Designs "Tho much as five feet in ono hundred Copyrights Slc. Mrs. C. W.Ware, of Trenton, is the Gould property, opposite the residence testified fact that tlilrtv large insurers behind the firing-linfined. On appeal the Supreme Court that they were satisfied with Anrone sendlns a sketch and description msy The drainage to be provided for is guest of Mrs. C. H. Vaught-- Mr. and of W. T. B. Williams. Mr. RIddell S Uo Km ILh quietly ascertain onr opinion free whether an not conclusive though he Invention is probably patentable. Tun effort to suppress rowdyism on held ownwas guilty; thatliquors orhe did very small and the item of masonry in Mrs. Will Ware were also gnosts of married Miss Sholby, of Lexington, last the rates, is aro reasonable. evedenco tions strtcUreonadcntuvL IlandbookCommunicaThe av that the rates on Patents build cither the the base hall field will provo futile so not not amount to much Mrs. Vaught last week. eraae insurer is totally dependent upon sent free. Oldest teener for securmjrpatenu. - tbe estimate will June. This, is their first attempt Patents taken throueh JIunn & Co, receive long as rowdyism marks the meeting of ing winch contained them, he nevertbe agent for information, and the tptctal notice, without charge. In the South of tbe river the same features housekeeping and we wish them much agent gets his cue from his company, Mrs. Wm. II. Miller entertained the less maintained the nuisance. This obtain, except that the hills approxi the men who manage Scientific Jlttierican. twenty guests at a fine dinner on Sat joy and happiness Tho average insurer is totally ignorant method of getting liquors into dry towns mate more generally the maximum gra urday cirweekly. or unreason what is a in honor of her handsome guest "With the addition of onions, pota lias been empioyu extensively anu was Thursday young Larrison was arrested as to rate, and reasonable other element A handsomely Ulnstrated Journal. Tcnns, $3 a culation of any ncienttflo dientof 5 per cent. when the able year: four months, f L Sold byall newsdealers. Mis3 Hocker, of Pino Bluff, Ark. toes and wntor, a very palatable soup believed to circumvent the law. for house brcakitig. He broke through of uncertainty risk is added, lie is The route at the ri ver crossing will reHUNN&Co.35,BfMd New York could have been made of the canned Mrs. Lillio Logan Kcan arrived from tho front window of tbe old corner store more deeply in the fog. quire careful study, as'there is a choice THE ENORMOUS MONOPOLIES. Branch Office, 63 F SU, Washington. D. U roast beef by leaving tho canned roast "The agencies of Paris aro in the of routes both north and south of the New York last wcok. Her entertain which contained somo of M. M. Mill hands of men who aro capable of ferrit beef out. ment in Masonic Hall last ovomng er's old stock of goods. Larrison con ing out this matter and informing the of New Hamp bridge. I think, however, that a good Senator Chandler, gave every promise of being largoly at fessed that ho had helped himself to public, and they owe to their constitu IIistoky will bo incomplete without shire, bears the following damaging line can bo had, with no grade to exceed three bolts of dress goods, two of which ents to give them the cheapest and recording the fact that most of the testimony ngaitibt Trusts, and fears the 5 per cent maximum that is neces tended. were returned, but tho third is missing. most reliable insurance possible. If Mjr. T. II. Clay, Jr., aud Miss Bessie boasted acuompliohmenls of the pres- that they will destroy his (tho Republi- - sary to the rest of the lino the reports made annually indicate Tim Mountaineer that our average rate Is too high they ent administration have been the sub- can) party unless something is done to The old bridge can be purchased and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buckncr should not be content until it is low strengthened to suit the now require Woodford, will bo marrid at the home jects of oiliuial inquiry. check the growing evil: You tell your folks that when in need of any ered. ments, or a new bridge can be erected of the bride on the 19th inst. Paris The growth of trusts in this country "Tho Court of Appeals will soon dC' thing in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove The announcement that Mr.I?ryan is destroying all incentives to individual but, considering the cracked condition Reporter. cide whether these companies are was about to publish a book entitled line, not to stop until they get to the Old technically guilty of violating fhe anti- of the north abutment of the present M. Smith lias returned from Capt. Smith Very Much Alive and ''Kicking Mrs. J. enterprise and putting all power, indus"From Ropublic To Empire," is with- triallv. in the hands of ('apt. J. Speed Smith is so strougand trust law by forming themselves in Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD bridge, I should rather favor a new Lonisville, whore she visited the fash well that he is vigorously Chicago house kicking such boards as the Kentucky and out foundation. A & CO. They are now bu3Ting for structure. ionable establishments. auainst the publications 01 this para Tennessee Board of Fire Underwriters. aires publish such a book, and it "Ingenious and industrious men of To operate the road, three sources of preparatory to beginning her spring graph in various newspapers, which he in tho meantime, while this matter is will contain several speeches delivered denounces as "premature and in ex pendinc, it is to be hoped that the moderate means, whether manufactur power will bo required, one at Lexing sewing in this city. by Mr. Bryan against the policy of im- ers or traders, are being crushed out by ton, ono at the river, and one in Rich cessively bad taste: companies will not threaten or desert Mr. "Soph" Grimes, of Cynthiana, is any of our territory. They have re"Richmond, Ky., April 8. Hon, perialism. Mr. Bryan has no financial DRIVING the enormous monopolies. The bright- mond. Those at tho termini can be here for a few days. Mr. Grimes, with Speed Smith. of the Kentucky ceived our money for years", and owe to iutcrostTin the hook. est and best business men in the coun- combined with the already existing the exception of Tommy Harding, was legislature, former candidate for the their constituents, their agents and try are rapidly being forced to become plants, or power can bo purchased. Th the best pitcher ever at C. U. He was Republican nomination for Congress in themselves to stand their ground. If IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, tins district and one ot ttie most prom the present law forbids "boards," the mere salaried employes of corporations plant at the river, where water can be also a slugger. inent mill widely known Masons in the old reliable can manage to get paying and you can also say extremewith immense capital. The effect of had in abundance and compound con Prof. Van Norman entertains the Sate, is it very sick man, and his friends risks witheut boards." ly, comfortable, when you are such an industrial system is deteriora densing engines can be used, will be Prandennial Club tomorrow evening at are alarmed at his condition. He has driving in one of our easy Bright's disease. Recently he made moro economical to operate than the ting in society as a whole. How's This? the State Bank and Trust Company and handsome Buggies and And receiving the Largest and Most Complete of such aggregations others, and should supply the greater building. Subject: Shall Olfleo of tiip to the city and was examined by 'The influence We offer One Hundred Dollars Respecialist, who. it is said, told him Lexington, Ky. Our stock of fine are not only powerful industrially, but part of tho required powor. Stock (for the Spring trade), that over came to ward for any case of Catarrh that can- Phaetons. there was no hopo for his recovery, Be Elective? Catarrh Cure. carriages is unsurpassed for omnipotent politically. These enormous It is possible also that, dependent on Judges marriage of Miss Margaret speed Smmi is one 01 tne most popu not be cured by Hall's Co., experRichmond. They have had a life-tim- e Tho Toledo, O. F. J. Cheney & larmen lit Central Kentucky, and lil beauty, style, durability and combinations of capital control the the future location of the lock in tbe ience in the hardware business and they think We, the undersigned, have known politics of the country, nominate the river, the Kentucky river may supply Woodford, daughter of J. T. Woodford hundreds of friends all over the State F. J: Cheney for the last 15 years, antl general superiority, and we they know the people's wants. They are preof Montgomery county, and W. W will rezret to hear of his failing candidates, then furnish the means to a part of the necessary power at no dis believe him perfectly honorable in all are selling them at prices that pared to sell you anything in the hardware line Gay, a prominent young farmer of neaitn." carry the elections, and later direct all tant time. The above dispatch appeared in Sun business transactions and financially will surprise you, quality con Clark, is announced for 20th inst for less money than you can get the same goods able to carry out any obligations made day's Lexington Leader, and at that The 23Tniles ef proposed line along legislation, State and National, and sidered. by their linn. John Donelson. anywhere. Now when 3rou are not trading with Mr. W. WTigg, of Richmond, pre- moment Cast. Smith wus delivering dominate tho use of all executive the turnpike passes through a thickly West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, funeral oration over the correspondent S. & Co., just keep your hand on your rabbit power. settled farming district, with hne man sented to his namesake, Wm. Boggs, of who sent out tho dispatch. The Cap Toledo, Ohio. foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, "Whole- SEND US ONE DOLLAR within sight at frequent intervals. near NIcholasville, a watch and chain tain, as a matter of fact, is not in the sions mw 109ft tuttera klfhfnd BKbKHTUlB CIUL XSlt HOOD on the POLITICAL It passes also no less than fivo post- - costing $140, In honor of his twenty-fir- best of health but his condition is not sale Druggist, Tolodo, Ohio. MR. Mccreary tSTOTE, by freight CO.D- - subject to examination. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- avuuauie i such as to warrant such n distressing That you can save yourbirthday. Jessamino Journal. situation. offices, each with its little village freight the blood and your and If narrative. He was down town on Sun ly, acting directly upon system. Testi- depot perfectaround it, a nucleus for future growth found Mrs. Lena Baldwin Shanks, of Stan day and when asked if he would like mucouosarfaces'of tho self Time, Trouble and ly satisfactory Washington Post, April S.J The country traversed is as fine as any ford, nnd Mies Ollic Baldwin, of this to get in a sad tretiwt rinc with the man monials sent free. Prico 75c per bottle Sto lbBAtU Money uy malting your Few public men in the country have in tho Bluo Grass Region and that, as city, are at the bedside of their sister, who started the report, hereplied, "No. Sold bv all Druggists. yoa Hall's Family Pills are the best. 1m ,uix heard Ter saw bad a more Honorable public career every one knows, is the "finest in the Mrs. Mamie Baldwin Brittain, at An- I want a smaller enclosure than a or purchases here? of. pay the ring. I would lik to .catch him by than that distinguished Kentucky World." Richmond, Ky. Main ruviunT napolis. Mrs. Brittain is some better. the scruff ot the neck and ring it good, the condition of the Farmers it; 1ST r Democrat and courtly gentleman, ex REPOUTof I seo no reason why the proposed road Mrs. J. B. Park's, of Richmond, is for him." nt lUciimoml, SrKCUI. ' Banlr. N V Nft Nfi bJ NlLk! & V WALL PAPER. Gov. James B. McCreary, who was seen will not be a profitable investment for in the tttiue of Kentucky, at the close run. visiting Mrs. O. W. Owens Mrs. $13,00 ot business April 5, 1SW. Kentucky University Will Hereafter Send at the Eiggs last evening. In the twelve capitalists, at the same time being of the C. D. Chenault, of Richmond, is visi nr n , s less lbs 11.00 W1HTE TOR OUR BIO V R E E College Boys. lent with or ItESOUKCEa 8TOVE CATALOGUE. years of his service as Congressman he greatest benefit to those interested ting her mother, Mrs. S. G. Humphder or tlZ.00 55,449 66 and freight charses This ttoTo Is lte No. OTn l Loans and discounts The kind exclusive stores worked incessantly for the interests of along the line. At last Saturday's stormy meeting of Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 5.54J24 ICHHicU. top UOzxSi made from twit pig Iron, extra reys, at "Sumner's Forest." Wood0,000 00 larffo fines, near? corera, hear llntnfct and grates, U. 8. IloiHlK to secure circulation. tho Executive Committee of the ask 15 to 25c for we will ills district and State, and in the coun Very Respectfully. oTendoor. handsome 450 00 lanre oren sttelf. bear? stocks, securities, etc. ford Sun.' ornamentations and trlmmlnn. extra Oratorical Association at e, tils he furniture, and A. I. Totten, o. e. lanre deep, eenolne sunoua pareeiaia lu4 rwntlr. haad- 12Ac. Hall and one of bis partyand was always deemed ofier for 6,500 00 jome lanre mamenieu oase. e eaai aaraer nsav, Honorable mention for excellence in 'Lexington, a new constitution was of tho best wisest advisers. National Banks (not we furnish rREK an extra wood prate, tnaklnfr It a per Perky. On April 3, to tho wife of Dr. BlSBlSO GC1B1STIK with work has been awarded Miss Estill W- - adopted which will more nearly place Due from dining room paper in all On 1,171 81 Cect wna aerwr. Ill ISSl'I Agents). the situation in tbe eTerr store - and guarantee aafe delWery to jour railAll persons owing accounts at Gas Margolin's 453 Stale tanks and mariitAtlonYonr local deaUr weald eharare G. G. Perry, formerly Miss Mcj5;ie Walker, of this city, at tho University the flvo colleges on an equality when Due fron) approved reserve bunkers ngenUi- -. 77 Tor such a store, the freight Is onlr about 41.00 for can call at my office and settle same without Due from the shades at moderate Blue Grass State Gov. McCreary said additional cost. II. II. COLYKK, Igo, a handsome boy. of Chicago. Honorable mention is made it comes to selecting their orators Checks and other cash ltems..... 2V10 00 each Wo miles. we sa j at bsU SIO.00. Address. "There is nothing but good feellngprev-alen- t aprt-4lleceiver. 305 00 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.(lHC.)CHOCQ,tlL IteTcnue stamps prices. Pendleton Cobb, of of those students whose records aver3,210 00 National Hanks- -. hereafter. The wide latitudo in her Nntexot oilier (Stan, Betaic a cs. are laoreetuj rsuaeu. aster. in the ranks of the Kentucky Madison, and Miss Lydia Browning, of Fractional paper currency, nickels. amaNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspcp-- r age for six jnonths abovn B. on the of speakers has given to KenA. spirited canvass is go31 46 .Democracy. iflfllvl sia, Constipation and Indi- By an old"Wantci Situation, Small Fleming, were married at the residence system of marking adopted by the Uni choice Lawful Money lieervo In Hank, jrardner and milker. tucky University such a pronounced ing on between the three aspirants for of Lafayette English, viz: gestion. Ilegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. in Jessamine, on versity. 15,003 SO wages to right man. AdUress'cSro A. D. advantage that it has become monoto- Redemption fund with U.H. the Governorship, but it matters not to Saturday, April 1. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successor, to Vf. r KS Mr. Charles D. Miller is enjoying a nous to tbe four other institutions of Miller, at this office. O. White. marl5-t- f which tho nomination falls, the Demo(5 percent. of circulation) 2,250 00 The friends of rest from his typographic the association, and they have been Tot cratic candidate will be elected. I .4402,545 15 ai. think we will carry tho State by from Rev. C. L. Nourse. C.TJ. '01, will be duties, by a quiet sojourn to his native long considering an amendment reLIABILITIES. 25,000 to 30,000 votes. A great many pleased to hear ot his marriage, which home in Estill. Under tho inspiring stricting the orators to undergraduate Capital stock paid in 120,000 00 . occurred yesterday to Miss Wilinutli shadows of Sweet Lick Knob Charles collegians, debarring men from the Surplus fund . 30,000 00 who went away from tho party in 1890 profits, loss expenses Archer Bayuman, of Gracey, Taigg will doubtless indict the poem, "Come professional schools. To this end Mr. Undivided puld -- and taxes SfiS 6i have returned and all bitterness be Store! 4U0 29 , Back To Me, Sweetheart," to his New Crook, from C. TJ., last Saturday of- National Bank notes outstanding tween opposing factions has beon al county. 4 608 Due to otlier National Hanks-..- ... 502 Banks nnd ban kern.-.- .. Philip Rutledge, as Executor of Orleans girl whom he has not heard fered a resolution, that each representa- Due to Slatedeposltssuuject to check: 165,714 iw layed. 32 Individual tive to the oratorical contest "must be Fund to pay tax WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week from since the war. 1,150 00 James Butleuge, will sell publicly on "We lost tho State in '96, but next Our stock of Dinnerwarc, Toiletthe premises 3 miles south of Win a student meeting tho full academic TOTAT, Fleeeed-line- d year Mr. Bryan or whoeverjis the Presi Hose worth 20cts for $402,515 15 chester. Ky, on the Two Mile road ware, Glassware is now ready, Miss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, requirements of ttie college proper aud PEifuY. Mrs. Elizabeth Perry,-- moth . 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains near Flnnagan Station on the L. & N. we think you will find it denlial standard bearer of the party an undergraduate according to tho full STATh OF KENTUCKY, 1f and b Miss Sue Douglass, of Winchester, and county of Madison Railroad, on wilj get Kentucky's electoral vote. I er of Dr. G. G. Perry, of White Hall, Miss Louise Kaufman, of Lancaster, meaning of the word." this week in table linen, napkins and counterabout what y.ou want. d 1,8. 8. Parkes, Cnlilercf the died as a result of paralysis at her Naturally, Kentucky University batik, do solemnly owear that the above set, odd quaint presume that Mr. Bryan will be the home panes. dinner Fayette county on Wednesday are guests of Lizzctte Dickson, on raised a hue and'ery. about this alleged statement is true to the best- of my knowlin edge and belief. English shape, beautiful deep blue nominee again" on pretty much tho last, aged 79. discrimination against that institution, Interment in Lexington 8. a PAnilESt, Coshler. decoration, exclusive china store would same platlorm, although there will no cemetery. which has won four annual contests, Awarded subscribed nnd sworn to before tne this ltt'u doubt be a strong declaration against ask $25 onr prico SIS. her orators in almost every case being 4uy of April, 189S, Dry Goods, Notions and other articles; Re-- : James 8. Ckutchki!, Notary Public. trusts and against imperialism. Tbe Richakdson Mrs. Mattio Richard- - Highest Honors World's Fair, students of the Bible Department, 24 China Chocolate Pots at 10c. member the name when in, doubt. at 1:30 p. in., the land owned bv James Attest; whiclj is composed of men of mature Cohkect - son died on Tuesday last, of consump Ton dozen Salad Plate3. the $1.00 Republicans will almost certainly o. F.iirjRNAar. 1 Itutlctlgo at the tune of his death, con. years, and often marTHUS. I.SMITH, nominato Mai. McKinley, and so we "on at the homo of her husband, Lee Directors. eisting of kind, at 50c. ried and engaged in active ministerial THOS. MEIGHEN, K.W. IIADEN, work. Naturally from such a body of Four dozon each, 3 kind bread and shall have a campaign pretty much on Richardson, on the Irvine pike. De years of age, was a ceased was about 25 men, ranking in years from 23 to .15, the lines of tho preceding one. (nov23-ly- ) Con. Main and Ciibapside. butter plates, 76c dozen. RICHMOND, KY. wero to bo found speakers of long ex"I notice that thero will bo a contest daughter of James Blevens, and her re Decorated China Lamps complete Jiaid land is in Two Tracts, one con perience on whom K. U. depended" to taining about JOG acres tying on the with shades, largo burners, etc , 1.50 when Congress meets for tho caucus mains were laid away in tho Peter Gen (XT THIS AD 1 combat tho young fellows of OCfeai seadle nomination for leader of the minority. try burying ground. east side of the Two Mile road, tho chosen from the society balls of the each. n . ti ,..IIm balance of the farm being on the west wlllle IMawtMef Mwlew. v wtH sea Ten Ul. Tr MOOT BT rilllUHTIfC O. 8. It would be far better, I think, to go Johnson At Berea, on Wednesday other institutions. It was said, to the Have You Seen The Line of 16c Plates? s'ulfi of Bald road. The farm is ono of SC&jrCT T MXiai&lTHrtl, no eaa .tasila. II al raw Meet .rwt sad lr roeal discredit of K. U.. by one of her deleback to the old plan of having no par- last, Wm. Johnson, Sr., a well known raErECTir UTisracToaT, sxsctlt as mantasuriai. avmt. to ecuuiks the! best in (Jlark connty; nearly all tttlT sWll.aa.M le C14.M aa4 Tt MAIMCST MMUlit IN t gates last Saturday, that any such SAW, I ticular leader of the minority party in anu respected citizen oi that section, boing in gras3. There is a bouse and amendment would shut out tho House. Tho plan of devolving upon in liis 88th year. Interment in the fam necessary itnproveatents on each aud freight slsntttw, less the W.W sent with order. of their men, and or I am ready to furnish Thoroughbred Light other WE WAKE THIS TOP BWGY "y?."! 5VU15. ono man the entire responsibility of ily burying ground, near Silver Creek. would necessitate their withdrawal Brahma Efrcs at Jl forago The cockerels that tnn;t. J ii tracts will be offered sepa- saavers pat ta are from the pen that I bought a few weeks !. bumls. LatMt Stria That Money Cm from the Association. To this Mr. took first prize at New Albany aud Louisville rately SB.l then as a wliolti, and the hid VtM Iroratbe Beat BeeaoMd Wood, user, Kelt For IRM. B.lr. party management and policy is not a Six children survive, Mrs, Elizabeth wirlnei. as Illustrated, or Brewster BUo Bar. Wkola, Little, the other delcgatn from Central Poultry BhowB last year. Can also farnkh accepted- which will produce tho jnoei wuimi. HI screwed Mm Barren's Pwteae. To. Mooncr, Dully. wise one, for it engenders rivalries and Anderson, of Kansas, Mrs. Larker Mul University, responded, that such an Thoroughbred Mammoth Pckin Duck Epgs at money. rsriiRMnHnuauiMexearuiBi. - " 9 lbs., ducts 12. Drake friction which were much better lens and Mrs. Sarah Johnson, ol Clark, texT work. Bod r buelc Gear dar: Th terms of the bale otland will be teul equal to any tmmswaeVsWsk aaafr eMt ar Itae's lee allegation wat a confession on the part tl forKoreas kas aweighs scored Black s lbs. wee MsetatJkMiT wiwo. pen of GeoR avoided. It Is a late innovation and and Mrs. Eliza Witt, Wm. Johrwoa. of K. U. that she was, as a literary will sell a few settings of eajsv i Mi wnii on the day of th sale. MOST PERFECT MADE. I wiait a lifetime. lwwleiatHt.S2 15, Others filled in Ofdr as rceird. main and broadway, the inferior of her rivals, and ft tJ tbe best thing- the DemocrU of the Jr., and P. B. Johnson, of this county, A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powtkr. fm that K. V. was but R big Seminary 1b tbelr toreayaaMiftt lutvc ,tb tan Ammonia, Alum or ny ether sduMmnI, with kx MssaMBfrie appendix. Ma Lexington, Ky. nKt Hc-u- could do, weakl be to Etrry S. UeU . Jo, : t t!w . K?tll7 49 YSAjtf TM fTAMBAMk if Miky i JMjay trW4. Mtf doritt to fore K, U, hm .fM-ta- a Air. X.US1C, 6-ld three-year-ol- "Ro."Natfiari "Prico'in a UiscbursVat ton last week. a rsaparilla, a valuable , ,, , , , Hon. Jas. Bl MjbCrcary f is . at ahoinp Grove; Sunday, raised- a' tuucult.'. lie sisianv in geuing ana mam- - from Washington. was particularly severe on dancing and taining perfect Health. It Mrs. is'vlsiting rohv- especially so on thoso who furnish occasion for such pastime, when some tives in Shelbvyille. never disappoints. half dozen or more ladies got up and . Miss.Bello Bennett was in Lexing rl And can fill triers promptly. Our Piie Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also hanile Hay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near R. M. I. k B. Deptt. TtTMrs. Strictly Cask: . r.rr b William:. ami w.'lll . It ' BIG WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED LEGAL TEST 16036. i :..". fourth heat In a race on a halt mile track. Sired by the treat Election eer (th3 only horse with 167 In 2:30). Legal Test's 1st datn by "Don Victor." by "Williamson's Belmont;" 2d dam Minnie, by son of HambletonlanlO; 3d dam Laura Kcene, by Hambletonian 10, nil producing dams Ills sire. Electioneer, stands ahead, of any horse, ltvtnror dead, both as a sire ot extreme upeeu nun ;ju pcnuniicn. nuu u(9suutuiiuva. is the champion trotting Stallion, as a sire of fast and consistent race horses, having to his credit seven with average records of 2:10',. a distinction which is not equaled even by the or any of treat George Wilkesacquaintedhis sons. noted with such The public is well performers as The Mont, The Abbot, fantasy. Tommy Britton, Janle T. , etc., from year to vpir thn leftdlnir ft tar of the truf. xne tret ox mis jrreat norso bibu uum we and records for yearling, trotters. Lkoai. Test is IS bands hi-- h, fine weight with a perfect diSDOKltion. lie cocs with a shoe In front and behind, and is quite a handsome horte. Will stand at $15.00 10 insure a living con. Record four-oun- i nnn b olts Ta AH nomi-liatin- tr Scrofula "Three years ago our son. now eleven, bad a serious case of scrofula and erysipelas with dreadful sores, dlscharg. ins and itching constantly. He could not wane several pnysiclans aid not .Help for sixteen months. Three months' treatment with Hood's Sarsaparllla made him perfectly well. We are clad to tell others ot it." Mas. David Laicd, Ottawa, Kansas. Nausea "Vomitins spells, dizziness and prostration troubled me for years. Had neuralgia, grew weak and could not sleep. .My age was against me, but Hood's Sarjaparllla cured me thoroughly. My weight increased from 125 to 143 pounds. I am the mother ot nine children. Never felt so well and strong since I was married as I do now." Mrs. M. A. Wakes, 1529 33d St, Washington, V. C. Eczema" We had to tie the hands of our two year old son on account ot eczema on face and limbs. No medicine even helped until we used Hood's Sarsaparllla, which soon cured." Mas. A. Vak Wtck, 123 Montgomery Street, Paterson. N.J. Silk Ribbon, at 20c; worth 40c. 40, at 15c; worth No. at 10c; worth 4& A-- apr5-2- m i ss 1 n 111 6ut 1Lvut - Our stock of SILK and SATINS larger than ever before. We will be pleased to show you what we have, y anti-tru- I . New Window Shades, SI-2- Unrd-Dotte- d r. nv: Come and see what we have to sell, whether you want to buy or not. Respectfully mitted to cash trade, 1 e. if La M? ILs baso-bal- l. 23-- LOCAL,. llfeilt Alt multi-millio- dress-makin- g k !.FiBrower&Co ii Bid it Ever - Occur to You Ktt,;SSW st COOH 20-fo- ot 20-fo- ot U.UMC Street, mm-- S. Inter-Collegia- te . d nlckel-nlAtp- IMnkttiK-hous- Receiver's Notice! w BIRTHS. t being-aske- MARRIED. vo A CM - TDD SZSJM 93-1- Cobb-Bkowni- xg. Ik apr5-6- niuf , Trens-ure- Ioubse-Bayuha- m. IUI - well-earne- d DO LAND.! Advance Advertisement! ttLadies' lpts; April .Oil, DEATHS above-name- 100-piec- e - TUf, The Maine Commission Co. - I DR; 350 ACRES! Manager, 17-2- SEND ONE DOLLAR " BAKING two-thir- three-fourt- hs C.F.B rower&Co POWDER - - fe-- r ah Ln-shan- s. tr tAifn tf fL Kiffu, v . Sl ' fl kMd M4 kMh ill v I? GENT'S WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW YOU THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OP PRING SHOES, 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 ever before known in Richmond. up-to-da- te llp-toDa- tej Successors to WALLACE & RICE. NOLD, Henry Kochlcr & Company, 10 S ri 6 PLENTY OF COAL. Shrivel up Competiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buyers. Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our delivery wagons smoking. THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never disappoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: Tobacco Canvas . Tobacco canvas, best grade . Brown Cotton Good yard-wid- e Good yard-wid- e Bleached Cotton . 10-Unbleached Sheeting Good Bed Ticking . , Best grade Bed Ticking Cottonade for boy's pants Best New York mills Camlet Jeans Extra heavy Cotton Cassimers Best grade Apron Gingham 2 Busy Bee Cash Store's Bargain ...... lc ......... ....... .... . 12c Cc i: in hi &&&&&&& WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS, AND .2c yard yard yard yard 3Jc yard 4c yard MISSES' The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12, Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Proctor Knott Cigar. - 1899. u o tf) OUR SPRING GREETING. sovaa The K. W. Mutual Life Insurance Zenie Cobb continues to improve Co. paid to John R. Gibson $9,000 in K lieu of further contest over his suit as & at White Hall. To our many customers of the past seasonwe J. W. Zaring & Co. paid SI. 75 for administrator of the late Ed. H. P. C3 Palmer for $10,000 insurance on the lat-teextend our thanks for their valuable patronage. four hundred barrels of corn. Cj n life. To attest our appreciation in a more substanto Rev. S. A. Owens preached at tial way a way that is certain to interest all who Wanted ! Strictly Cash. Waco last Saturday and Sundays want to save money we offer for SPRING AND Neff & Williams. t3 To buy all dead cattle, both in the city -- Cnpt. SUMMER, The Most Dependable to position asTom Thorpe 1ms resigned his and county, and' will remove all dead Deputy County Clerk. horses without charge, for the hides. and Fashionable Line op MEN'S AND BOY'S -o Elmer Pnrrish has- accepted a po Headquarters at Hurst & Fowler's CLOTHING that has ever been seen in this city, sition at Mr, Thos. Gibson's livery sta store, near L. & N. depot. and at much lower prices than elsewhere. You do The best smoker, the Proctor Kntitt ble. Sam Biioomfield, not have to be an expert to trade at this store. cigar. apro-4Richmond, Ky. The Insurance Companies were not Because you have our experience and judgment The weather still keeps cool: no indicted by the Grand Jury at this Barred Plymouth Rock. back of 3Tour selection. change in the last 21 hours. term. Twenty years a breeder of this one Another great feature that makes choosing to Largest on Record. Base hall on the Campus Friday vaiiety, stock better than ever before. easy is our large and exclusive assortment. . afternoon K. U. vs. C. U. 25 cents Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New One hundred and twenty money or Our statements are not mere say so, we stand admission. York. Eggs to 1" setting. $100. ders were issued at the postoffice last ready to substantiate them with the solid merit of Mrs. M. F. Abbuckle, Week, which, Mr. Willis says, was the 5. our clothing, which is the only true basis on which The It. K. I. & B. railroad will bo o offered for salo again on Monday, May Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. m8-3largest number in tho history of the to do business. fa office. Thirty-nin- e were issued in one 1, at Versailles. Big Fire in Faycllo County. we are entitled to 3011 r patronage, we can a That day. Tho average daily number of orCO The residence of Mis. Rufus Lisle, of ders is easily prove, if you will pay our store a visit. An Mr. ft. W. Samuels has rented his about ten. Fayette county, was fire inspection is all we ask. Our high-grad- e qualities to II. o farm attoCaleast to live. M. Samuels and lasUTuesday, the fire destroyed bvfrom originating Ilanan to aid Rev. Geo. 0. Barnes. moved town and low prices do the convincing an explosion of gas in the cellar. The The Danville Advocate is officially Dr. L II. Landman, the Cincinnati family was away from home ra at the informwl that Hanan, the wealthy shoo cn optician, will be at the Zimmer Hotel 42 time and nothing of any consequence manufacturer, has become interested in on Wednesday, April 12th was saved. The loss is placed at $15,- - Rev. George O. Barnes' evangelistic -- Miss Tempie Oldham will close 000. Many diamonds and other jew work in AV'ashington City and will pro-vio cheap her small line of ladies' bandkei- - elry were destroyed. any funds necessary to the succhiefs, underwear and hosiery. Come cessful prosecution of it. Mr. Barnes Unlorlunalo Affair. rt at once. Sunday last a fatal encounter took and his daughter have been almost in The most brilliantly lighted store place near Syloam church, in tho Poo-se- y dire straits since theirarrival In Wash in town is iMcUaqnds Deatlierago's neighborhood, between James Wi- ington, but their unfailing faith in God 9NI200IS H3H&Y31 1VD beautiful China store, opposite Glyn ley and Thomas Murphy, whereby the has enabled to prosecute their labor aHi don Hotel. latter was mortally wounded by Wiley, against great obstacles. The Estill county Circuit Court re who claims that his victim was the ag Handsome Gift to a Nicholasvllle Church. Mr. J. Whitney, Cuts, wounds, hums, sprains and turned 101 indictments against Mndf gressor, having attacked nun with a A dispatch from Nicholasvllle says bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal of Detroit, says: "Digestos cured me Wiley surrendered and was rock. lard's Snow Liniment. Price, 25cts.and of Dispepsia of twenty years' stand 6on parties for Jailing to register their 'The administrators of the Withers es brought to this city. apr5-ling." Try a box. 25c at all druggists. lands. Winchester Democrat. 50cts. Perry & Thomas. tate arrived here Friday and turned Big Industry For Madison. over to the trustees of the Presbyterian thirty-on- e The Richmond Cvcle Club holds One hundred coal miners in Daviess Winchester boasts of its wetkly meetings at President Henry Mr. Chas. L. Searcy left yesterday for church $20,000. county went on a strike. blind tigers. J. Strong's store. The club is large, Galion, Ohio, and Indianapolis to pur 'It will be remembered that Mrs. rowing, and very enthusiastic chase a new steam machinery outfit for Sarah Withers, who formerly lived Waco; Mr. here, and who was an ardent member Prof. T. C. Lowerj was on Wednes his Tiling Factory at Searcy says the demand for tiling is of the church, left this amount to tho day last ? dmitted to the Bar of Rich mond, having pnssed the usual exami rapidly growing, and as Waco clay took church two years ago at the time of her the premium at the Centennial Exposi death for the purpose of buildine a nation before a West Virginia court. tion in 1876, we have here the ground library. The money will be put out on E. B. I.nrmer. of Ravenwood, Mo., work for a mammoth enterprise. interest for the present." brother-in-laof W. E. Muncey, paid The pnstor of the church is Rev. Relics ol The Cuban War. $3,000 for the 80 acre Crawford farm, Rutherford E Douglas, who was gradu Mrs. Thos. E. Baldwin, while on a ated at C. U. in '91 near Terrill, and has taken possession. and subsequently visit to her daughter, Mrs. Carlo B. married Miss Annie Walters Letcher, Gentlemen in the notion of running Brittain, at Annapolis, Md., was pre of this city. for office in this county will learn some sented by Lt. Brittain with several val thing to their interest by reading the uable relics ol the grand naval engage Where Ladies Love To Linger. notico on our first page, third column. ment between the American and Ten thousand glittering pieces of fancy Mrs. Ann Fife is occupying the Spanish fleets last summer. Among queensware, and China, and cut glass, d Spanish beneath a score of brilliant argand frame residence cast of W. W. Pigg's the collection was a on Main Street, having lately sold her shell, and a fragment of another. lights, at night, or flooded with tho light Aspen Avenue cottage tot Mr. J. V of the great god of day from early A Very Live Live Stock Agent. Bales. Beginning April 1, Mr. Mat Cohen, morn till dewy eve, presents a scene J. W. Bales paid S500 to E. P. and cf this city, assumed his duties as live which to the ladies especially, is irre J. A. McCord for a bay saddle mare, a stock agent of the L&N R. K , with sistible. The superb china store of Messrs, full sister to Fayette McCord, the cham headquarters hero. Mr. uohen is a pion at Madison Square Garden, N. Y. very lively live stock dealer himself, McCann & Deatherago has at last been iu 1893. and thinks nothing of buying a car opened to the public, and Richmond can boast of a modern, china W. Frank Miller moved his family load of cattle before breakfast, and store where only the choicest selections shipping a train load of fine horses to to Lexington on Thursday last, and the from the largest markets have been house they vacated on Fifth street will New York. He is a good man for the made to give to home patrons the beneplace. bo occupied by Mis. J. F. Stone and fits of the city's stocks, r's 1 3 CO' s-- Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., invite correspondence with Mill men who have lumber for sale. They buy Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, Dry or Green. Write them. apr5-CInsurance Case Compromised. 7J to 14c WE HAVE 10c yard 12Je yard 8Jc yard yard -- J 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, 4Jc yard Nice Dress Ginghams 5, 6i and 71c yard Fine French and Silk Ginghams 8 to 24c yard All-woDress Goods, 36 inch wide, stylish, and pretty Cheviot effects 19c yard, worth 35c Nice Bleached Towels 5c Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents Men's and Boy's Percalle Shirts 25c each Baby Shoes, all colors and white 25c Ladies' kid, button and lace Shoes, pat tip . . . only 75c Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality only 08c Men's Cassimere Pants, black and blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. In this "Hot Bargain Sale" we are naming Special Prices on Table Linens, Napkins and .Doilies. They will go very fast at prices named. Strongest, s gPvs I We are showing1 the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Suitings, Silk Waists and Dress Patterns ever shown in this city. As these goods are the Cullings of the lai'gest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay j'ou to look at them. . 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. m See Our Line of Lace Curtains. 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. We Have Just Received And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Buttermilk Toilet Soap, price 8c 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 "Tops" brand Hosiery, they the best in the market. COVINGTON & MITCHELL. asn saram i?hj, qkieocls oi si ke anm Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Zinds of Hosiery. We have placed on sale the "Bed Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We cany everything in favor this seaGet our Hot Bargain Prices on this son in this department. line before purchasing elsewhere. Bespectfully, if JK.w Lieutenant Vestal To Be Returned. n OLDHAM COMPANY. 1 RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN six-poun- fcol One-Four- th B Off Clearing Sale W ten will last. s By the forelock if you want the h benefit of the One-Fourt- pa OFFS On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Hats, &c. 1 rr: w l Tk i b Cfetkier, Tfes Skoer, Tiie Hatter, mm in Tk Faraisicr. ' mi iw m i 'm in i i ' -- r Just as Good. CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic, XeiirnlfriantKt Toothache Whenever a druggist tells you he has in fivo minutes. .conrStomaeh Acting on instructions from the Biliousness, soar stomach, constipasomething ns good" for coughs, and Sunmcr Complaints, l'rlcc. 25 Cents. Board of Curators of Central University. tion and all Hver ills are cured by colds, grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- rSold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. d. James B. McCreary Honey, tie is thinking ot his protits ana White. yonr welfare. Good druggists visited Washington last week and innot of Rev. George Stuart. Sam .Ioiion' co Price will sell you what yuu ask for. cathartic. The lt worker, is holding a successful meeting duced the War Department to reassign 25 cents ot all druggists or by mill of Lieutenant Vestal to Central University C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Spinal meningitis continues to carry at Bowling Green. to take charge of the cadet battalion. off many victims throughout the State Tetter, and Eczema. Tclephono la Winchester and Ford. beginning next September. Lieutenant Those horrid fits of depression, The intensoitching and smarting inci Vestal was called from his duties here Speaking of Winchester's splendid melancholy, low spirits, and sudden ir- dent to these diseases is instantly allayed at the outbreak of the late war and was telephone, facilities, the Winchester ritability, that sometimes ntllict even by applying Chamberlain's Eve and people, is due to the Skin Ointment. Many very bad lasea stationed nt Lexington tor a while. He Sun says: black bile. have been permanently cured by it. It being "There is also tho Winchester, Ford blood willpermeated with mammoth at later went to Cuba. purify the blood, restore is Herbine cmcient tor ncinng piles and family. New Komeopathlst. prices that defy competition at home and Richmond Telephone Co , incorpo health and cheerfulness. Price 50ets. a equally remedy for soro ninnies: Old Coins. favorite ajr5-lMr. J. II. Crawford will offer for Dr. Chas. E. Smoot, graduate of the ur abroad. rated by Stanley Prewitt, D. L. Pen Perry & Thomas. chappsd hands, chilblains, frost bites Mr. John O. Brooks will find on our dleton and Daws Prewitt.. and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. sale publicly at the George Ballewfarm, Chicago Homeopathic College, and a Yours Faithfully, William B. Arnett. a prominent stock first page a notice of his collection of on April 22, farming implements, stock, welhliked student of C. U. in '91-'-05 McCaxn & Deathebaqe. "This company has already let the trader of Shelbycountv.died Sunday. Dr. Cai'r's Condition Powders, are old coins, which he displayed in our contract for erecting a line connecting cron, liny, etc Au will appear in our has finally decided to locate here. He office recently. If anyone has a genu ns witli Ford and Richmond, and it Mothers! Beware of those secret rob- - jnst what a horso needs when in bad Circuit Court. has rented the two spacious offices in next issue. Tonic, blood purifier and Imiu rf nii ImIid'u Ainof nml lion If 1i condition. S. coin madebeforo 1703 let him They are not food bnt will also connect us with intermediate Those sleepless nights and long hours vermifnge. the Mobcrley Building, fronting up Alex. Pence for killing James Smith, ine U. Since the law partnership has been put up or shut up. On this subject points and several farm residences. of tiresome vigil are caused by those medicino and tho best in nso to nut n stairs, and will shortly take up his both white, ten years in penitentiary. formed hero by Hays, Hamilton & horse in prime condition. Price 25 the Winchester Democrat says: office there. Tho rooms nre being Tbe work will be pushed to completion terrible enemies of childhood worms. 3ents per package Ryburn Thomas was acquitted of the Koliirifcon, it has been said that- their I'pstroy nml remove them wun Dr. J. C. Vaught, seeing our notico now within a short timi." Lightning struck the house of Andy White's Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 initials could be used in forming a very placed iu nice order and Dr. 5 moot charge of malicious shooting of John of old coins, showed a specimen of pa will bo well situated. & apro lm Devine in Mercer county and melted a Garrett, at Panola. appropriate sentence: VlnaJi lot a Many people snfTer uutold tortures cents. Perry Thomas. per money issued before the Revolugold watch lying on tho mantel. Huirv to Hob." Lancaster letter iu Lharies Wheeler, of Garrard, two tionary War. It is for fivo shillings from piles, because of the popular imAlex Pence Sentenced to Ten Years. It is stated thatthe Rolling MillTrust pression that tbey can not be cured. will be fully orgauized within a few Stanford Journal. A;uii Mowers For killing Jaines Smith a year ago years in pen, for forging Thos. Turner s and was issued by the State of Pennsyl Tabter's Buckeye Pile Ointment will Wash away tho filth and wtstc fiat -- Editor C. E. Woods, of the Rich Alex Pence was on Thursday last given name to check. vania in 1773. The signatures of the cure them. It has mot with absolute days. have accumulated during winter. A Sudden AUsck uiiarjes colored, was given a officials are as plain as though written success. Price, 60cts. in bottles, tubes mend Climax, must be a man of means. a sentence of ten years in the peniten In like manner Hood's Snrsaparilla apro-i- n jail sentence for cattle steal yesterday, and the paper is oi tho best. 75cls. Perry & Thomas. He has moved seven times in thirty tiary. Commonwealth's A 1 1 o r.n e y hoiirs of darkness-i- expels from the blood impurities that of cronp in the small warning, ing. tho parent who have been deposited duiing thescasr u verv annoying to On the back is printed the mouths, and as threo moves are said to Crutcher and County Attorney Cobb S. E. Witt & Co., generel merchants needs'sleep. l)r Bell's nt Gratz, assigned Saturday. when there lias been 'jut little perspira bo equal to one fire, it will bo seen conducted the prosecution. Messrs. W, Mnck Hamilton was acquitted of hog To counterfeit this is death.' " will enre a child's croupy cough and tion and perhaps constant confinement See Climax, first page, ''Re that he still survives after being burned B. Smith and R. II. Crooke defended stealing. danger iu impure and vitiated air. it is a Even the most vigorous and hearty allay the irritation, ending the out 2J times. Stanford Journal. i'ence. fence is a white man, as was J. M Delancy was sentenced to five markably Old Coins." people have- at times a feeling of wear! in less time than it will take to go for a boon to tired mothers, housekeepers, also his victim, is about 60 years of age, years ness and lassitude. The dispel this doctor. All mothers who have .used it teachers anil others who spend their in the pen for horse stealing. The Climax complains that stray Their Silver Anniversary. feeling take Hcrbine; it will impart keep a bottle ready for an emergency. time indoors. and had bepn out on bond ever since cattle are destroying tho lawns and tho killing, Civil cases will consume the entire lt It gives the blood richness and vitali anniversary of the vigor and vitality. Trice 50 cts. Perry Tho twenty-fift- h which took place near Ford. pr5-ltrees in Richmond. Try some of the week up to and including Monday next. C. W. B. M. (Christian Women's Board & Thomas Colonel Bryan has writanotherbook, ty, fitting it to nourish and strengthen It is Said an appeal will be taken. ami ail tho gnat the nerves, mu-leWinchester Democrat's cow poetry it Several cases under now indictinonts of Missions) was duly and delightfully A Lodge of Knights of Pythias has which lie calls "Hepublic or Empire?" organs of the body. It curesail spring broke up the cow business in Winches Important To Bank Stockholders. organized recently at Sadieville. will be tried next week. commemorated by the local organiza been It is an attack on the expansion party. humors and hainalies that tired feeling. ter. Bourbon News. It is tho best medicine money ran e are requested to announce that all The case of Martin Bowman, on the tion on Friday night last nt the par Rheumatism Cured. I was reading an advertisement of buy for all diseases caused by impure Come on with your poetry, quick! citizens of Richmond owning stock in new charge of incest, la set for next sonage of the Christian church. The My wife has used Chamberlain' Pain Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and or impoverished blood. Yon fdrould home of the pastor and bis wife, Mr. Deputy Sheriff Dick Collier hag a National . Banks, no matter where lo- Wednesday. apro-lBalm for rhuematism with great relief, Dhirrhoaa Remedy in the Worcester begin taking it and Mrs. W. R. Lloyd, was aglow with and I can recommend itnsa splendid Enterprise recently, which lend1 m to pair of Cuban spurs sent him by Bert cated, are required to list same for tax . lean trnthfully say I never Orville M. Anderson a Louisville Base Ball Season Begins. brilliant lights and crowded wjtli happy liniment for rheumatism and other write thi-West, son of the late Dr. West, of King ation with the City Assessor, Mr. J. H used any remedy nqual to it for colic man w(,s run over and killed by a train baseball season friends. Tho rooms had been cleared household use for which we have found and diarrhoea. I have never had to near Kingsland, Georgia. ston. Mr. R. R Burnatn has a pair of Kennedy. This change in the sseess- - The Bed Creek, it valuable. Cuban spurs which were presented to ment law is due to the recent decision opens in thin city on Friday next, at 3 of their furnishings except the chairs, New York W. J. Cuvler, use more than one or two doses to cure When Traveling the late S. B. White by a U. S. cavalry of tho Supreme Court of the U. S, p. to., between Kentucky University carpets and decorations, so that the Mr. Cuvler Is onn of tho leading mer the worst case with myself or children. "W.A. Stroud, l'opomoke City, Md. Whether on pleasure bent or business, whereby National Bank franchises arc and Central Univcrsitv. As both teams throng moved to and fro unobstructed, chants of this vilage and one of the man who was at the battle of an Juan api5-l& Thomas. take on every trip a bottle 'of Syrup of held exempt from city, county and State have been under National League The parlor was done in green and sil most prominent men in this vicinity. For sale by Perry Hill. acts .most pleasantly and efW. G. Phippin, Editor Bed Creek Hence, the stockholders must coachors, we may expect a high class ver the happy idea enhanced by an sensational testimony revealing Figs, as it on the kidneys, liver and taxation. More While one of our bright little tots pay Herald. For Sale by Perry & Thomas. the details oi the plot to ruin Captain fectually the tax on their individual hold gaino. Mr. Cunningham, tho celebra alcove formed of lace curtnjns, over bowels, preventing fever hrndaches ap ro-- l m . whose mother is a widow, was saying ings. Dreyfus is published in Paris. and other foims of fipknes. For salo ted pitcher of the Louisville League which was this inscription, ' C. W.-- B. his evening praycra at his mother's Charles Soliweinfurth committed suiin oO cents bottles by all leading drng-gist- s. ," in letter of silver. Tbe CI lib, has just left here after two M., T Cure a Cough, knee, stopped in J he midst of his Had Turned Tho Century Mar k. Manufactured by tho California of Uic local auxiliary, cide at Parkland Monday. weeks ronsnienclous work with ourboya faithful members prayers and lookiug up into his moth' cuts the Fig Syrup Co. only, Dr. Bell's years may be threescore years and reports them able to go against any the paster and Mr Lloyd here received i Mau's A Neglected Ccld mucus, heals the lungs and bronchial er's face, he said: "Mamma, rnustl and ten, the Bible sayr, and yet four Thft Snrifirr liVcf ivjll nt. I !iinlfnnnflmi thing in the Stato. Tommie Riggers the guests. Tb dining roojn was aj often leads on to a backing, rasping, tubes oukklv. Cures grip congh fu ask God to make me a big boy so I can score years ofton rest like a crown o mouth will be a gorgeous atfair. will do the twirling for C. (I. and that bower of beauty in a profusion 'of jon- racking cough. The very first symp- ono night- - 2oc, no cure, no pav, is the next make you a turkey pen ?" Winchester silver on the brow of age. Hut five jncliow tom should bo met with a dose of Dr. wav all good; druggists sell it. 'lake no "Jo Err is Human " means we will have the visitors at our quils over which wssshedthl Democrat. It Tins Hell's: score years and eight do so seldom mercy. Bnt! We hear they have light of several beautiful crystal and remedy wil( euro it, whether offamous substitute. People like to talk about attractive short Electric Liqhts Shortly. silver the locks of the living that the been doing some work themselves with silver candelabra. Here refreshments or long standing. 1'nce zoc. Andrew Well, uutil recently Exalted things In advertising. In; a company cure, extfaordimuy case which came under a professional trainer, and tho K. U, were served by young ldl!s of the no pay. At all good druggists.io lt Ruler of thn Paducah Lodge of Elks, is recently the proverb above quoted, ami big brick powerhouse Now that-thwhich appeared at ttie head of a well dead. of the electric light p!nnt lias been our observation this week, dusorves boys are coming "in carriages" expect church, who added grace and beauty constructed series of advertisements Roseberry Bodgers. a farmer, died in completed the machinery vyll soon be special mention. Trno it was a negro ing to carry away our bloody Bealps at to the charming entertainment. In "A word to the wise is suflicient"atid of Hood's Sarsaparilla, was s6 much a. word from tho wise should lie eutii- - discussed that wo doubt if nrfy one installed, tho wires strung and the but his black skin covered a good heart their belts. The game will give every the cross hall was stationed a huge Paris Mouday of alcoholism. slent, bnt you ask, who nro the wise? theie- will ever forget thesource vvheiico lights turned on. This latter event is and his soul was, we trust, white iu the one a line on our new team, which bowl of ice frappe dispensedjhy other Ts Cure a Celtt it 0m Day Those who know. Tbr oft repeated ex it came. Messrs. I Irxxl & Co. are Uhiug sight of God. Tho old man was Andy Mr. Cunningham pronoanres superior pretty girls. Music was ateqjji feature promised for May I or 15. Laxitlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets. perience ot trustworthy jKsreous may these. proverb advertisements on n very Field, who wa3 born in 1T91, In what individuality to the men of last year at of the evening, furnished by i be accom- Take Mt. 'W. M broad scale, and thoy are attracting dis All druggists refund money if it failr o bo taken for Knowledge Convention Saturday. Mass was afterwards Madisqii comity, at Old this time. Certain it is the young men plished vocal teacher of Mdj4o Insti- cure. iJ5c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on Terry says Chanibtrkiii!t li Remcusion ami favorable comment everynm9-(iedy gives better On Saturday at 2 p. in., a mass con- Town, and was once a slave of the are organized like a clock and with tute and by the Mandolin Cljab of flint each tablet; tWfction than any where. It otherin the market: Hehaa been in vention wili be heliknt the court .house brother of Mr. Zeke Field, residing in that qnalityas a constant fixture" no school. The cordial greeting wccordeil Sate blowers destroyed tho wholn county jury tryin; the ihe drug Wushwwr t Elktow, Ky.. fjir Tho Bourbon to appoint delegates to attend the dis- Mississippi. Uncle Andy died Friday team in the South can no through them. to one and all by Mr. him) Mre. Lloyd iMurao-M- i Lwiv.vi-&rH- : tiunaratft oi not front,nf ahaulcbuilding at Botkins O. insurance cftscs failed to agree. f Ui'w; re'ntty ll otitc-trict convention which is to meet at at Kingston, and Messrs. BiyersUff it Coma out and see the exhibition. and by each and every muibr oi the . i' CUBAN OIL cures For coHis is and colds there is n mm toetMenM' nmtvwfcMiwd. which Winchester, April 20, to nominate a OldhsHH buried him. They teM Utt Grand stand seats nd apeeklly good auxiliary added to tWe eveaicig'n enjoyI Ml Mil Cut-- Barns, ISniiacs.Bhcu-intCossen's effective Democratic candidate for Railroad the old roan's youngest chiW, Ady view from the gymIum veranda. ment, and the clny pwmd hito memory medicine ". the .peophi, Honey of T nr. it is the ulel rewedv Mid Soros, ricc, 25 cents. 1 63 yBfirs of age, Miii othw ReWMtiailMHf iki ConunieioMr la tbi, the Third RU-rea- ti At S k the moot dellghtta! iu tWiwrtwy of Prlc, rtWto ftttd SO cMtf SPor. TrUif ly Perry A. Pwtr & sd thn Salt-Rheum te good-temperm w s to-dani s A y. Inter-Collegiate m 1871-1839ey. Cc-tagm 1 ttnrly Sl i r Pfjttitft s M !irkt. Uj 't, bt, !. , Wanted-- An Idea Protect yonr Idem; ther may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEKUUBN & CO- - Patent Attor- neyt. Waahlncutn. D. C, lor tbelr UU) pruo oner and lut ot two hundred Inventions iranteo. S Bert's Ttir duuwe. ly The Cliaax. County Court Days. Sane Extraordinary Ofeis R. N. I. & B. R. R. Time Table No. S3, Taking Effect day, May 2, 1898. 1st Clasa. BAST BOCKD. " 3 Mon- The Climax wants five liunred new subscribers by the first of the new year. In order to reach this ond, sotno ex traordinary inducements will bo made. Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers. TIM COM Hangs on I You have used 2d Class. The Climax and The Week ' Versailles NIcholasTille... Valley View.... Million Richmond. No. 8 i No. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Ban A. II. P.M. A.M. 10 22 11 02 11 23 11 41 11 SS S S2 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 .... 5 30 6 48 8 20 8 60 8 15 Hiw is No. 10 Ex Sun A. M. 1155 105 1 1 Union P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 Moberley.. Brassfield. Panola Irvine. 10 30 35 1 05 .... 10 00 10 05 10 25 M 40 11 35 fNoT5 No. 4 No. b west bound. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun " A.M. P. M. P. M. .' 2 00 Irvine . 2 25 Panola BrassBeld Moberley Union RichmondMillion Versailleb -. ... . 6 05 6 20 oS 7 50 Valley View. Nicbolasvllle 2 30 2 41 2 47 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 20 a.m." pwlir p"'m.' p"m." eonnoct with Louisville Southern All trains trains to and Iron Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. V. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. 11. ADAMS, Superintendent. WanlRd-- an u ieyrWMhlnjtoii. D. nanarcu and list ol lo C-- for stance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they arc pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and plants, by a method Tbo can think other aromatic Idea or some airapio known to In order to get itsFio Strup tblagtopatentr Co. only. the California beneficial ?r.rtnr VAU Wraith. effects and to avoid imitations, please their l.800 prlw Oder remember the full name of the Company uhhiiwim printed on the xront ol every package. -- 5 00 ... . .. 2 15 3 00 3 25 4 30 6 10 The Climax and the Home J dies but it does not and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either j yield; it is too deep! An Excellent Combination. the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's j seated. It may wear The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. Stoup op Figs, manufactured by the The Climax and the Louis- j itself out in time, but Caufornia Fio Stbtjp Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post, $3. fit is more liable to! tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting' The Richmond Climax and them in the form most refreshing to the Courier-JournaI produce la grippe, i taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxaI pneumonia or a seri-- 1 both for one year $1.G0 tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and Weekly j ous throat affection. gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. I You heed something manently. Its perfect freedom from The Climax and Ohio Farm, every objectionable quality and subTwice-a-wee- k l, I .son ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. i sorts of cough Paris, Bourbon county first Monday: Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. ' Stanford, Lincoln county, second Moni day. Georgetown, Scott county;third Monall f day. J)anville7 Boyjo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third reme-- 1 Monday. 1 Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. ALL WOMEN Should know that tho "Old lime" Itoinedy, PLEAS TRY A LONG SEPARATION. Winchester Sun. Is the best for Female Trestle. Corrostr all lrrejrularttles In Female Orpins. Should be taken lor Change el Life and before Pltstcrs "011 Tine" ReaeDt havo stood tho CANDY CATHARTIC ml l"CW test lor twenty years. If ado calj" by New Spencer Jlodldne Co., Tennessee. a, ALL nPTTnfVT.STS $1.90. fthat will give i youf The Climax can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. CORRESPONDENCE. STATION CAMP. Mad dogs are raging in this vicinity. Mr. Henry Eeeves 13 very ill with strength and build j Doay. jup tne I S , i sc TP EMUL do this when everything fails. There is no doubt i 54 a a 3 o CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. II Jan5-l-y 3 G SAI,' FRAN CISCO. CAX. LOUISVILLE. ST. HEW YORK. N. T. For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c per bottle. lagrippe. j will I else o ft VI 00 ::3:; 5S 4 Sii? K " m r 2. O 5S -- I35ECOflOMIST RANGES K "3 2 H a O B ft 1 a p p B223 JS3 C a a -- 00O00000 eesceces B33SOSS3 s.3...s.&s.a. t a o o ef k 3 o s P : : : sg d w S3535323 WHHH p ssss 3 63 5333 "3 Roofing, Guttering and General Job "Work. kYRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI CURES . DR. CALDWELL'S ME 1! Hi CO k In Effect December 5, 1E98 1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. iYRUP PEPSiN 'CURES CONSTIPATION.il p.m 7 to 6 16 8 30 S 10 4 28 3 40 f- DR. CALDWELL'S !N 2 55 p.m. a.m. t 17 6 7 1 1 6 SO 7 09 S 45 Ar. I'ranVIoit A(k for tiekets Tia Paris. J. R. NEWTON, O. P. A. 11 SO 10 38 930 " ' " niclimond Winchester MaysTille Ar. . . 1 11 pjn. it) 42 Paris Georgetown 7 60 Lve. 7 00 " 8 40 . F. Rock, awi 3Vcci6u bus.. t- 3tc, or - FOR. rv i ooTuaao i i)V Uil Time of Traina at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Lexington Accom lit. Sterling and for Louisville Express Morchead and Lexington Accom.. .. New Yort Limited P. F. V Iiaatera . . 6 7 3 4 85 am 30 am 00 pm Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- panies in tne united mates. ixsses paia promptly. In the Prudental. you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. Wo will not transact business with irrespon- sibic companies. 261 Second Street, Up Stairs. Je2-l- M pin EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom... . . New York Limited F. P. V. Lexington and J!t. Sterling Accom ..11 pm Washington Ki press Accommodation trains rnn daily except Sunday. Other trains run dally. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. IIOOD, Agent L.AN.Ity., rail on or write Itlchmond, Ky. or OBOnOE W. BARKBY, I). A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. 9 15 am 53 am 6 30 pm - f f f y ff ff-f-f-- f f ! 1? AQT1?H m unui LI1L i m For Sals Privately EVEE Streets, back of A. It. Burnara'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, nov3-t- f Itlchmond, Ky. I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th 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 rani Free Reclinlnir Chair Cars and Vestlbuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly- lor uainornia, I'allmaa tourist 9 25pm COMPLETE Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 18am Arr Memphis Friday 7 45pm BLISS New Orleans Friday Arr 8 20pm Lve NewOrleansFriday .... .8 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday Elpaso Sunday 2 45pm Arr a aipm Arr juos Augeies Jiouaay 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday rtrt ur REGEERO Tbu ii The Tree Winter Beate to Colifora'u. The Great 1 Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to comnow within ray rcnr!i of rtery American. municate with R. II. Fowler,' Traveling Passento cure tjilajs trcatmctit 19 prMuicly guaraiui-cger Agent, Louisville, Ky. ho most conipnctttwl cahc of Ncrvoui oi Wm. Alfobd Kellond, A Q. P. A., Waiting DKeane. It acts lmwcrfully ami uultkly A. II. Hasso.v. O P. A., Lonisville, Ky. A New JIan. IVrfrrl. li the ll nf the itr- of IM(EK!tO. Voung iirii will rc- dcc29-l- y Chicago, III. cnln tltclr lost mauliotKl. aitd OM 31cn will recorci their yoatliful vigor. It livi;orales and restores to lull mejiml vl'or, uIlsunrrrrHrroin Seminal VcaU I'liy-lcall- y rr-u- SOUTHERN RfllLWflY. 1 (IN KENTUCKY Schedule la vBbki U.c- - 18. 1898. BABTBOPNn. Na 1. NaS. Na3. 7.40am 13upm 7.45pm Lv txiulsville .U)am .0Lpm 9.07pm Shelby vllle Ar V.55am 5.55pm 9.50pm Ar La'renceb'g- 10. 16am a 17pm lO.fSpm Ar Versailles. ia45am &45pm ia35pm Ar Lexington WEBT1IOOMU. No. 8." column a RnpnFAiiYMcnmAi nn Ar Versailles. 7.55am uuuu-n- ua Ar La'ronccb'g aiStam 5.15pm iut.uiunL.uui NEW YORK. 9.12am &05pm G.32am Ar Shelby villc For sale In Itlchmond by Perry & Thomas, Ar Louisville lanOam 7.35pm 7.55am uruggisis. septll-ly- . Trains rMos. l. 2, a ana o carry Free Observa- tion Chair Cars between Louisville ond Lei- - Lv Lexington KaiT 4.25pm 7.30am No. 4. 5.15am 5.37am B.5fam ' tinSU one for basinets, study or marrlav. UC(i II.MJlt O goes at one- - to tUo root of tin t.lxcase that u wkv it cures. It U t bo trrcatrst Nerte Tonic la tho world that Is whr It tUcs Vlcornnd Anion and restore U.o of Youth. It Ii a tn.irvclotis Ulood Purl-fl- rr tiiat Is why the I'lr.h (ilnnr roinrs bark lo t irpalerhrrhs. InMstupon. having lttCENKltO. Ily mall ($1,011 prf Can be carried In lot inxki-tIjoi. tlx for S3.03. U'o clircrrullv refund the monrv where Mx boxes do cot effect a cure. urcuiare irec Aiinrcss the American umce of nUU-- Impotency. Varleocrle, Siwrmattorhcn, nesaes. N'lghtly Emlulons. Lnst Drain and llasctilar Power. Hvll I)re.in;, Depon-4cnrWeak Mraiorv, nnd all cfTtxts of lick of Co:i1tk-nce-, rs tt. H nourishes, Professor Edwards has a nice music j about strengthens, builds up and class at this place. Hands have gone to work again on j makes the body strong and j healthy, not only to throw Horace Kid well's new residence. off this hard cough, but to j The wet weather is throwing the farmers quite late with their work. fortify the system against Homer Arvine bought a nicebunchof I further attacks. If you arc white oak timber fromTheo. Wilson. I run down or emaciated you Born, to tho wife of Mr. Eb. Reeves should certainly take this on the 11th of March, a beautiful baby j j nourishing food medicine, girl. V- - nd 5i.ro, all druggists. s w York. T SCOTT if EOWNE, Chemists, r Mr. Harry Prather, of Richmond, (hJ m m itt itt has opened a nice lino of groceries at this place. NEW TOSS FASHIONS. Mrs, Lenoro Shiillet and little son, Fred, have none to Madison to spend Silver postal scales are the latest for the summer with Mrs. Robert Jones. Miladi's desk. peau de sofe is in style, KIKSVILLE. in 8omo bright or light color, polka-dotte- d with white. Born, to the wife of John Bellamy, a The latest waists havo embroidered daughter, on March 29th, 1890. yokes nnd frills.' Our telenhone connection with Faint Especially pretty neck wear is made Lick and thenco with the neighboring from peau de soie and satin ribbons in towns is gaining favor daily. bright colorings and attractive patterns. JJrs. Fry and Middleton have bought Polka-dotte- d ones are very smart; so of S. G. Estes the Round Hill property, are flowered varieties. the old Toll House property, and they All tho frocks shown by Best &rCo. expect this Bunuuer to starbup a mill for girls, have ample skirts, whether gored or plain. This is sensible. Tiiero there. Born? to the wife ol Sidney Warnioth, is an age at which girls look coltish on April 1st, triplets, two girls and a Then, thoy need plenty of dry goods to boy both mother and children are conceal their angularities. "White silk waists are in great demand doing well. Mr. Warmoth is a farmer living on Paint Lick creek, on Garrard for theatre and other dressy wear. They are verv simply made and trimmed, side. Mr. L. J. Sandford gave us a few elaborate decorations being considered days ago quite a curiosity in tho form bad form. Tucks and cordings for the of an ogg. There were two well devel- body, and white tullo or chiffon at tho oped eggs except to tho shell, the two neck constitute the limit. Tho "Cape Town" shape is favored in eggs were connected by a membrane- in felt, with millinery. It is of pearl-gra- y Siamese-twiorder. high crown, and wide, turn-ove- r brim, Tho school conducted at this place by the latter caught up at one side by a Professor Hilton Elliott, Jr., is moving waving featiicr and cluster of quills. along nicely. He and Miss Lottie Far-ri- s Very becoming to certain styles of face. have consolidated their schools, A small and very ornate clock may and have about fifty pupils with the be placed with good effect upon the promise of eight or ten more this week. writing-desk- . At tho urgent and unanimous solicitaA beautiful bridal dress has fringe of tions of his friends and neighbors, Mr. orange blossoms over a lace flounce all J. B. Walker has about made up his round the hem and train. mind to announce himself at the proper The shower bouquet is an improvetime, ns a candidate for the olllco of ment upon the conventional bride's County Clerk. Jim is a good business nosegay. man and a popular gentleman, and An attractive costume shown by should he go into the race it will be to Lord & Taylor for a young lady, is of the finish and to win. dove colored veiling trimmed with nar "This is how Uncle Smith Collins, row bands of green yelvot. Frills of father of Joe and Jacob Collins, of your pink, alternating witli lace insertions, city, made a lazy negro work, as told form tho corsage. me by Mr. Henry Whitakor: Mr. ColNothing makes prettier lins, when he lived on Silver Creek, shirt waists than printed French organowned a negro named Jerry and a dog dies and madras. named Coly. One evening it was very A black walking hat is spangled with hot in oat harvest, Jerry was not work- jet, has fancy straw crown and spangled ing to suit Mr Collins, so lie told Jerry with as he was the best hand he had, he feathers. The bird has diamond eyes. would have to take Coly, the dog (which Evelyn Cahib. was at the time enjoying tho shade) TOILET HINTS. out in the sun and nurse him the remainder of the evening. The noxt Try lemon juico to remove stains on morning Jerry was willing to bind oats. the nails. It must bo well rinshed oil Bismarck's Iron Nerve afterward and tho fingers carefully Was the result oi his splended health. dried. Oranges eaten before breakfast have Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, a wonderfully beautifying effect on the Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. complexion and can do no harm if eaten If you want these qualities and the in moderation. success they bring, use Dr. King's Sweet almond oil alone agrocs excelNew Life Pills. They develop every lently with some skins. Try ic for a day power of brain and body. Only 25c at or two. Nearly every skin requires difPerry & Thomas, drug 6tore. C ferent treatment, and the only plan is to experiment. An Irishman went into a restaurant Fruit stains are often difficult to reand asked for a "squaro meal." Tho waiter brought him a bowl of soup move, especially when much fruit has which Pat drank with a relish. She to be picked by hand. Oxalic acid brought him some celory, which went diluted will bo found most useful and the same way as the soup. Tho waiter should be used as eoon as the stains then brought in a flno lobster. Ho look appear. eel at tho lobster and then replied: Nothing is better for sallow complex"Madam," he said. I've drank your ions than bathing in older flower water. dish water and ate yourboqnot, but At night this should be allowed to dry O'ill be dog goned, if O'ill ate that on the skin. In the morning wash the face in tho usual way, bathe with the bug." Ex. elder flower lotion for a fow minutes, wipe with a soft towel and finish off with a soft, clean chamois leather. j i Soft-textur- Peter Pieri, the genial clerk at Sil Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. 25c. 50c dec8-ly- r Dinollc's, left his native land, Italy. 16 O. White. years ago to seek his fortune in the All drnggbts sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. Western world, with scarcely money to pay his way to this country, and he left his wife on tho shores of his native laud to await the day when heshouId be ablo to send for hor. About four months after he left Italy a daughter was born to his wife. Ho came to Chicago and at. once went to work doing whatever his hands found to do, at daily labor for awhile and then peddling in the smallest "way; making but little. For more than fourteen yeais ho kept this up, denying himself any of tho comforts of life in order 'to' send Ring la the new King ont tha old something back to his wife and child Ring out tho false- Ring in the true" and to ncdumulato a fund with which Wp 3g to you the new and true from tho to engage in business for himself. At plney forests of Norway tho end of a littio more than fourteen years lie had saved enough money from his meager carniug3 to open a small confectionery of his own, which he ran Pina-Tar-Hon- ey a few weeks and was doing well. He was soon to send for the- - wife of his bosom and his only child whom he had Nature's most natural remedy, improved by never seen, and the long separation was science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positlvo to end iu a happy when his Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces wholo confectionery aud all his belongof the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. ings were destroyed by fire, and not a Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cent insurance. Mr. Pieri found himcause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed self .without means aud the hope of a membranes are healed and soothed so that there with his wife and child, who is no inclination to cough. had grown almost to womanhood, still SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS bitjis distant as over, but the sad and Bottles Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00 Sizw ter disappointment, though discouragBE SURE YOU GET ing, had not conquered his determinaI AM 88 YEARS OLD. andnevernsed any remedy equal to Dr. Bell a tion. A little more than a year ago ho It elves quick and permanent relief Of. Bell's Pini-Tar-Kicaipo to Winchester and went" to work In grip as well as coughs and colds. It makes weak I ones strong. Sin. SI. A. Metcalfe. for Sil Diuelle, where his prompt atFeducah,Kr. tention to business, courteous, genial For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. manners have made him many friends. - MI sS4 DR. BELL'S 0 1 1 a& nilDTCCIS TO UUIt I CEl! I II m fa niir nn iriiTirt yn irTW j M $$ $80 t . Volcanic Eruptions Charles & Douglas. Geo. D. Simmons. PER SET. W' Miff "1 - Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy. Uuckleh's Arnica Salvo, cures them, also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Hruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best Tile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold byvPerry & G Thomas, Druggests. Brewing Co., at The Shaefrer-Meyer- " Louisville assigned, with liabilities amounting to 130,000. WHY s good as it looks APPEARANCES ARE OFTEN DECEITFUL and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless. An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is, must be Substantial and Reliable; It should be the best to be had. WW Chiffoniers, 6& Lamp Stands Umbrella. 9 9 HE WANTS IT. Woodford Sun. - n A traveler was telling me the other day of a speech that he heard Col. Bill Tiiorne, of Eminence, make in western Kentucky recently. "Some of my friends," said Col. Thofne, ''have been asking mo why on earth I want to be Lieutenant Gov ernor. They say it is political death that a man who becomes Lieutenant Governor is never heard of again. '"Now I don't care anything about the office except for this ono thing: Tho Lieutenant Governor is tho chairof the State Sonate and men, presides over both Houses of tho Leg. islature when they aro in joint session-Noon the day that a ballot is taken for U. S. Senator, I want to have.the honor of arising from my chair, pounding ujlon the desk with my gavel and io Racks, J art " Eto., Eteo9 Etc. I Cheap, Attractive. Wn ARE THE OLD AND mid-summ- er silk-strip- crying: ''The Senato and House being in joint session, and all members voting, I have to announce that a majority of tho votes have been cast for the Hon. Joseph C. S. Blackburn and now I declare him to be elected United States Senator from tho Stato of Kentucky." "Then I shall bring that gavel and desk together with a thump that will o from "the neighboring classic hills, above the shouts of a united and triumphant Democracy. "Gentlemen, you may take tho thing then and do as you d d please with it. IS THE BEST in Construction, tho Most Economical in tho uso of fuel, and tho Jlost J erfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yot been produced. For I win be satisfied." mo that he never We have secured tho exclusive aconcy for this line of Ranges and will bo The narrator told pleased to show them to you. Sizes, Styles and Trices to suit everybody. saw sucli enthusiasm as was manifested by the crowd when Col. Thome reached this point. They yelled and hurrahed until they wore red in the face. RELIABLE FIRM, B1GGERSTAFF DAY TELEPHONE 76 OLDHAM NIGIIT TELEPHONE 67. wide-spreadi- I e oo uunn 01 LLL llnllUL DOUGLAS & SIMMONS, -- The Cash Hardware House, aaacaaaaeaaasssacfieaecs)ai m trw. Co.. jSttK mam m CASH On and o e oo oo 1899, fine lect. Many women lose their girlish forms after they become mothers. This is due to neg- Jipt Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Harrows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farming Line. mehl-l- y Blacksmith Supplies. terms will be after Januar3r 1st, -- our 90 s oo 9 ca o 0 08 09 oo oa oo oo 03 OO a.. a ce SPOT CASH!" Wo have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all promptly. We are therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash forourgoods, and will endeavor to make it to tho interest of the trade to do business with us. We havo a nico line of Staple and Fancy Grccorles, Qaccncwaro and Glassware, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and got prices. jSFGoods exchanged for country produce The figure can be preserved beyond question it tne expectant mo&er will constantly use C8Atit020PCA3lMET BU8DIC& SEtflNQ MACHIMC iyfw!rM& . D. attttMu Yea can examine it at your nearest freight depot and If xounu pcirrruj Mituaettrr, exaciij as represcntea. tialia MMklact others tell U?haGO.OU, aa4 Till GUK1TC3T UlltCm TOU ETIft UiUliD OF, J rrrifffctifffatour special Offer Price S15 SO I and freight charge. The rnacLlne welgbf 120 pound and the frelchtwllt aTcrafre 73 cents for each &00 miles. I GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIALin your own home. and I e wilt return your I1U0 air day you are not satisfied. Tie kII if- - I aakea aa4 (Talcs ef btwlur at f S.t0, 81U.OO, $U.OO, all flly llS.OOdtt, fartfcis Mrrltd la tnr Irr Stwlar Xtckla Otatem, bot SI3-SDROP DESK CABINET MU31DICK SEND 30 RrlOMEY ffiwaasasiisa wewill send TouQQft . .Cjt t exL HIGH fj Jar Mia a. 9C.. oe os Ott Sao. rral Aealt (. oo oo on oo OO 06 Is the greatest value everouered by anyhouae, lnrton No. EASTBO UN O. WESTBOOim. Yi. No. 1 l7i NoT12.No7 14. STATIONS. 3.30pm 7.40am' Lv Loutavil Ar 7.35pm ia40am 5.55pm B.&.SaralAr LarncbrgAr 5.10pm 8.10am a45pin'liL43um ArllarodsbgArj 4.23pm 7.20am .uupm:iu.aoamiAr liurgln.. Lv 4.15pml 7.10am EASTBOCND. WESTBOUND. No. 15.'tNo.C77 STATIONS. Na 18. tNo. 08. 3.91pm 7.40am Lv Loufsvil Ar 7.35pm 5 0pm! B.COnra Ar ShelbvilAr 9.12am e.05pm Wf!se!er'& Wilson Sswlfig Machine. RKira laiOnm Ar Ventlles Ar 7.5tam 4.iapm a40mill.l(inm Ar Midway Ari 7.30am 3.38pm Ar ueortrtn lv 7.00am 3.00pm EASTUODNO. WESTBOUND. STATIONS. NoR. 7 40am "3.30pm tNa 0. tNo. 2. 4.45pm 3.55pm la22amj 8.20pm Lv Versllos ll.U2am 7.05pm Ar NlchlvIU 1 1.58pm Ar Rlchmnd 1.05pm Ar Irvine STATIONS. Lv 10.45am 10.35pm Ar Islington 7.00pm 7.45am Ar Knoxvllle 5.10am 1. 15nm Ar Asheville .... Ar Savannah 5.10am 9.00am Ar Jacksonville . 5.55pm 6.45am Ar Chattanooga ... Ar Atlanta laauam ll.Mam 1.00am 225pm Ar Maxm 8Aam 9J5opm Ar JarUsonvUler... ftiopm 5.55am Lv Chattanooga 10.05pm 11.30am Ar Illnnlnaiiam 2.3uam 9.5Spm Ar Merldiaa Motion 8.30am! awan Ar Now Orleans Train Na 1 Cincinnati. Florida & Havana Lliuticd carries Through Drawing Room Pull man sleeping car between Louisville, Atlanta, fateuo iiu dacKsonvme: connccw at Lexington or Cliattanocgn with Pullman Sleeping car for Now Orleans: Free Chaircars between and Lexington; Observation Chair can botwoen Lexington and Rome; Cafe cars, elegant coaches. Train No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping ear between Louisville, Chattanooga and Birmingham. alo Through Sleeping cars from Lexington to Jacksonville via Ashcvlllo and Savannah; also via Chattanooga and Atlanta. No change. Free Chair cars Lexington to Chattanooga"Ii rough bleeping cars Lexington to , New Orleans. IDallv exceptSunday. A, IVlIEnOX, P.&T.A., S.T.SW1FT, P.&T.A., IoolbVllld. Ky. Lexington, Ky. K&OANNON.Sd V.P.ftG.iL. J. M. Culp.T. M Washington, D. C. Washington. D.C. For rale by IJeiypf- - Muc Ck;t RlgJ) Y.A.TUHK.G.P.A.. WK.n.TATL0K.A.G.lA. Leulsvlllo, Ky. aiond, Kyf WashlnctotD. C . Louisville Lv 6.05am Lv Na l. Ar 70am Ar 6.58am lawam 7.35pm 3.00pm 1.30pm NaS. 7.45pm Rotary aid Ball Bearings lo In militarv nrlsnns nn nfTnnrl.- - la enm. times sentenced to carry cannon balls from one place to another and pile them up all daylongr. That is all. Perhaps it does not seem very icmDie om it soon wears his life out. It is practically a death sentence, and he knows it; he would rather be shot. Many a sick man feels the same way about the burden of disease that he is lugging: back and forth from day to day. He would as soon be down with a mortal disease. It win come to that sooner or later. 'A man's life can be dragged out by "yapepaui auu iivcr complaint, ine experience of Mr. T. T. CardwelL of Fall Creek Depot, Pittsylvania" Co., Va., showa now ut. rierce's uomen Medical Discov ery saves people from consumption by waking up their nutritive organism and giving it power to supply pure, healthy blood, :which drives out . .. AA .us3-- ;a iiuua iUU11US blood poisons, and up sounu, WnOlC' some flesh and muscle. "I feel It my duty," writes Sir. Cardwell in a letter to Dr. Pierce, "to write you of the lastinz benefits derived from the use of Dr. Pierce1 uuiucn aicuicai uiscovery ami little " Pellets." Seven rears ago I contracted a severe cold, which baffled !Mr kIcII! nfnn. sidans in my State. It ran on aad I continually grew worse until I concluded to write to the 'World's Dispensary Medical Association.' The answer to ray inquiry advised me to use Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pellets' for indigestion and liver complaint; at this time two months had passed. In two or three days after I had commenced the use of your medicine my cough had entirely stopped, my digestion was better, .my low spirits driven away and I felt new life and vigor in my whole body." This marvelous "Discovery" makes nerve force and rugged power. It is far better than oily emulsions; it Hoes not flabby k does not Itumm tbc TTbt ocpwk jwijri. rt.. se it, f of an old bachelor who bought a pair THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. of socks, and found attached to one of ATLANTA, OA. them a slip of paper with these words: "I am a young lady of twenty, and wopld like to correspond with a bachelor, with a view to matrimony." Name FfSJEIGHT and address were given. The bachelor PREPAID. wrote, and in a few days got thejetter: Fortlilsftvle "Mamma was married twenty years ago. mmmm Sew bikb ffikffiH crtn eewinir The merchant you bought those socks snacblnewitb all attoch-sientfrom evidently did. not advertise, or lie war. ranted would have sold them long ago. Mamma tars. If machine f not banded me your letter, and said possibly In yjdsys money wilt be reI might suit you. I am eighteen vears funded, Send cash with order. De- old." sctipuve circular sent oa applica The prospects for extending" theLon-isvill- o tion. M'F"Q CO.. WHAYKS Southern? Railroad to Middles-bor- o MO F9VTH AVC. LOU(VK.I.K. KY. Rod are fl during the whole TertUments, offering utwci airkiaa onder various name with arlona period of pregnancy. kbuiuuInducements. sua Krlia aw frle4 la Ckleax aa4 Icsra wa are aur. aju nuu LANCASTER COURT DAY. The earlier its use fa t etkut otton rc i st or ktkbt man CIUDK nU'IMSE H.1DC. WITH TIIK begun, the more per DKFELTSOriOIE. 2IAKE It Y THE I1F.NT M AKTR IN AMF.KTnA. Everybody and his dog came to' town fectly will toe shape vxsuvy. SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK Monday, and it looked as if the day be preserved, ru.NO roUMUU. one Illustration shows machine closed, headdrop plnfffroratlcrnt) tobcnaedasaeraUr would be a good one, but it turned out er ens, Ua slliMr mother's Trlcnd epa with full length table and head Utli. iUi for tewing1, 4 fancy In place arawers bint 1810 iltlrtoa TrsaM. carTed. paneled, embossed and to be unusually dull for a March court. not only softens and decorated cahlnct finish, finest nickel drawer pulls, rests on 4 caster, ball treadle. irennlneSmTtfc Iron t.mrfThere were irom 350 to 400 cattle on tho relaxes tfce muscles Finest Urg U lft Arm brs four motion feed, self thni&dlng antoatio bottle winder, adjustable bearings, patent tension market, most of which changed hands during the great strain before birth, but helps liberator iraproTed Inoea wheel, adjustable rreser foot, improved shuttle needle bar, patent drenspmard. head Is handsoitcly decorated rjirrler. privatoly. Yearling steers and heifers the skin fo contract naturally afterward. It 4 Usailhill and n.in-KIOKEI TRirIIVISD. Uftittrtl raacbiR, stwd ijnliaT d iriml saarklaa GUARANTEED brought from $ 12 to $17; cows $18 to keeps unsightly wrinkles away, and the irrjr Lbdwb sttufcsMt H fomUsul Mr Pre Instruction Boole tells m4.howanTonectn rnn U anddoelthersad plain or any muscles underneath retain their pliability. Xvtt $22; a lot of butcher stuff 3c to 3Jc; a kind of fancy work, A BIlfDniO OTJAHANTEE is sent with every machine. TilOilttr'J tkzi is that famous external bunch of yearling heifers $18. A few IT COSTS YOU NOTHING tnree and examine thta machine, omparoit vlth those yourstorekeeterscl'sat Sjn nn f)d then If convinced tea sr aria- - fSS.C0 liniment which banishes mcrning sickness tn tCO,CO, hogs sold at 31c. Uowen Pox bought tio.oo. pr (k Sl&.50 nT, TnCKTITJT TOIR ir at tmj tlma wltala Ure nnlSi 9q uyjHut several good mules at from $50 to $90. and nervousness during pregnancy; shortens MlulblKl. CEDES TO iiir. WW M UT. ISeaTi. IlrtebucJc A Co. are thnrouirhlT rellahle.Edltor. Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (inc.) Chicago, III. Several plug horses wore sold, but thoy labor and makes it nearly painless f feuilis up apr5-6are so slow now that it is not worth the patient's constitutional strength, so that she emerges from ihe ordeal without danger. while to even quote the prices. LanThe little one, too, stows the effects of REPATKINO AND TIMETNG FINE "WATCHES caster Record. All Wrk fitiarasteed. A SPECIALTY. Mother's TriesS by its robustness and vigor. P00K ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Sold at Crag stores far $ I a bottle. Send for onr finely lllmtroted book for ex. Tho National Advertiser tells a story pectsni mot tiers. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS lll"'? oo oo OO oo OOO eo n& PmiSJivIri, . e gggSSg - .. . . HIGGINS ELLI KY. on oo 08 OO oo oo eo oo lis f in WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, os oa mr e rtnt w aa aIta aaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacaaaaacas iiiJi.iiii; m Why Suffer vmm t "When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed l-- jA. IT bE KlGHilOND, KY. to cure you. It is tho discovery of an emiuent physician. ! HoKnifsI Ho Intarruptian cf Tho firiU treatment brings immediate relief. It Lis cured thousands, and will cure you. Mil. T. d. WILCOX, prominent mcrrthanf, polt'iieinrt and chief of the Chattanoofx- - Firn Department, ta s : slatvmcnt, hoping it will l e of bringing your wonderful remedy to tbu atU.n!i- n of cihcrs fering vIUi piles." "? -- Sell Your Hides We pay the Highest- and sell for .the Ixhyesb Prices on earthij - ii sufiorin, DOS 1'ILE (MNTMfN C 1 Tlie use tinc. you ilx's of one boy cffecUl a pennancnt'eunj, I voluntarily give tHeTfty. After years " ui tttf--" ij Seed Potatoes at fhurman's. RO-CEII-- AND BUY YOUIi Price 51.00, Prepaid ta.Mtiv Address. CHATTANOOGA, TEN'N. " - DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, Jsllico bright, THTJjRMAN Cor. Mxvx and Cheapside,' Co., "lICHMONDt KYf.