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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): April 19, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899041901_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 19, 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. THP RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. LIQUID RICHMOND, AIR POWER. SCIENTIST. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, A HUSBAND. WEDNESDAY; APRIL 19, 1899, NUMBER 46.-- HOW TO COOK INTERESTING EXPERIMENT MADE BY A Ho Shows That at 320 Degrees Below It Oould Eo areas Things. "PURE IIOVM BAKtHtt HEW Baking Powder avei-ag- Union Herald. A good many husbands aro utterly Makes the food more delicious and wholesome J. POWPtR CO.. VCSX. Washington. March 25, 1S03L The guests of the National Geographical society after its annual reception on fectly dry, and finger dipped into tho thoroughbred Toland China boar thst a Wednesday night were etitcrtainecr-bSociety liquid would be withdrawn dry,. but weighed 750 pounds for $750, an o Charles E. Tripler, Of New York, the uncomfortably cold. A quantity of tho of$l a pound. STATES. OF THE UNITED inventor of liquid air. r) air thrown pn tho floor mado a heavy The U. S. expoitod 01,000 horses in Mr. Tripler had brought from his sound liko melted lead. Tho liquid laboratory in an ordinary vessel not scattered in all directions, throwing off 1S0S. valued at $0,000,000. The imports unlike a milk can 10 gallons of liquid a gray vapor and being rapidly consum- were 2A'S6 head, valued at $200,000. Great Britain secured more than Half of air at a teinpcrnturo of three hundred ed. It left'the floor dry. our exports. twenty degrees "below zero. This and Mr. Tripler said that he had received Oakland Barnn and Tommy Britton, GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, was brought fnto the banquet room at letters from scientific men all overtho the Arlington Hotel, where the audi- United States questioning his state two of tho greatest trotting stallions ol ence was assembled, and many of the ment in a recent number of McClure's tho country, were matched (o race in experiments which have lately startled Magazine, to tho effect that he could Terro Haute, Indiana, in September. General Agents The race will be for a purse of $10,000. the scientific worid were repeated. Kentucky. Eastern produce liquid air with liquid air; that Air. Tripler was introduced by AlexA big crowd attended court day last with a start of two gallons of tho sub ander Graham Bell, inventor of the tele stance ho could go' on producing any Monday, and there were about 200 catphone. A large numberof distinguish- quantity of the air for nny length of tle on market. There were very few ed scientists gathered to witness his ex- time. Tho inventor said that though public sales, but we gathered tho foTHE BEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 periments, and in tho audience were this assertion had been questioned by llowing private ones: George T. Wood the German and Russian Ambassadors, scientists from Harvard College and bought of C M-- Jones twenty tho Chinese Minister and a largo num- from several other eminent institutions steers at a little over Gets; D. C. Allen ber of the most distinguished people in learning it was literally true, and sold 6 steers at $30.60, and one at $23; I nONTHLYJYAGAZINE j W. Jones, of Pulaski, sold to E. P. Washington. as demonstrated daily in his labora Mr. Tripler first exhibited the liquid tory. Ho said that it was strange thai Woods 10 steers at $2S, to Griggs, ol air by passing around the audience tin these scientists were not surprised Garrard, 9 heifers at 4c, and a cow at Confn'n n complete novel In every num-- t r. m ndiliihu ton Itco nnnntlty of useful dippers filled with it. These gave off a hen, with a fow gallons of ammonia, !e; J. C. Hays sold to Hud Dunn, of a id cutertalnlng reading matter. vapor like steam and rapidly accumu steers at Gets, large ico factory was kept in opera Madison, five Jl'o rnjif tf ifrrf ntnrlrm. tchlrh are mo lated frost Qti tho outside. After tho tion. He said that he had actually and 2 at 4 Jc. and abnllat3c; to Geo. objectionable to niotf audience had finished the inspection, mado 10 gallons of liquid air in his L. Carter 8 stecra at 22, and 12 toother It should bo In every household. S3. Of) jior yc.tr. Aprils wanted In every town, to whom Mr. Tripler struck the dippers against iquifior by tho use of about three gal parties at $17; Allen & Wiseman sold a the most liberal inducements will bo offered. the table and they broke to pieces like lons in his engine, a surplusago that lot of cowaM 3 to 3cta; heifers at $15, J. B. LIPPIHCOTT COKPAHY, Publishers, ' glass. JIe then immersed a common uoimfcows at $20.50, and a lot of Gallo ould go oil indefinitely. PHILADELPHIA. hollow rubber hall in tho liquid and afTho inventor's theory is that liquid air way steers and heifers at $2f; Conrad terward threw it on the floor, where it at 312 degrees below zero, being warmed Hiatt sold to 1$. Chancellor 18 steers PROFESSIONAL CARDS. broke into pieces. contract with the atmosphere, and heifers at $14. Several mules sold $40 to $S0. Plug horses were dull. I1UKNS OAKUON. irows off a vapor or steam which, if at ATTORNEYS. IIepartially immersed in a common confined, could be made to operate any Interior Journal. tumbler tilled with liquid air a stick of engine now operated by steam. He R. W. MILLER. 2TBVT YORK FASHIONS. carbon, liko those used on the arc light, held up a glass- of the liquid when he Attorney-at-Laand the part of tho carbon above the ismissed his audience to night and KeNTDCST. ItlCHMOND, surface burned rapidly with a white remarked that if the small quantity of The ribs of stylish parasols aro cover Office In the Iiurnam Building, next door to light as intense as that of an arc lamp. liquid at 312 degrees that ho held in his ed with silk to match the canopy. armer's National Hank. string tie Is favored byHe explained that a temperature of hand were warmed 100 degree that is A flowing-en1,000 decrees above zero was required to to 212 below zero it would throw off a men. Tho law of stripes as applied to young burn carbon, yet this air at 312 degrees force that, if confined, would operate a power engine. The inven men's shirts decrees that for negligee below zero burned it rapidly. Ho im Attohnkv mersed in the same glass the end of a tor said that ho proposed not only to wear, perpendiculars aro correct; for KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, coiled watch spring, and it burned rap utilize liquid air in placo of the water starchy purposes, horizontals arc tho thing. Office over Taylor's Hardware store, op idly and threw oil a shower of sparks now used in boilers, but that ho pro There is a broad, slioitpufl tie made posite Court Mouse, on Slain street. posed to heat tho air with the natural until the entire spring was consumed. up which promises to be very popular Mr. Tripler explained that alcohol tmosphere, thus operating engines - HOGG, for women's wear. freezes at a temperature oft202"bclov without water or fuei. ' Three of four shades of one color aro ATTORNEY AT LA jr. zero, and ho accordingly took a pint of Kentucky. whisky and. pouring liquid air over it, KENTUCKY CROP REPORT frequently seen upon one hat. Richmond. A sensible costumo shown by Best & soon had it in a state so' that he broke it t .Reports were received this .month Co. fur a girl .of ten, is of 13 First St, up stairs. tip into small chunks and passed it Office No. from 1C1 correspondents, representing blue serge with short reefer, collared around to his audience. and lapelled with white serge. With J. C. & D. M. CIIENAULT, Mercury freezes at 40 degrees below 104 counties. tiiis is worn a jaunty Tain cap. zero, rue inventor lrozc a cuunK ot it AT LAW, WHEAT. ATTORNEYS Extravagant richness of in Kentucky. in the shapo of a hammer and drove a The absence of growing weather dursl triululinK characterizes allsilkdetail Richmond. skirts, nail iuto the table on which his experi- ing tho month of March has left the ments were conducted. This hammer solution of the fate of tho late wheat Some of the new materials arc really Office on Second street, over afterward circulated through the audi- to the future. Tho conditfou of early workB of tine art. There are perfectly grocery. lovely colors, both plain and in plaids, ence for half an hour without melting rlieat is BtjLIl reported excellent, and though it gradually accumulated a frost in few counties, where the major por- seen upon poplin grounds. PHYSIOIANS. a .Some poplin dress patterns come in on the outside. tion of the crop was sown early, the red, blue or purple, and have wide Mr. Tripler dipped several Irish pota prospect for a full average crop is good. DR. H. R. GIBSON, Persian borders. toes into the can of air, and thcu threw number of correspondents report Some handsome silk shirt waists are PHYSICIAN AND SOROEON, on the floor, and they broke Into them Kentucky. piecelike china eggs. Thepieceswero that the acreage will surely be reduced of finely tucked taffetas in lavender or Richmond. by plowing up and sowing to other picked up for souvenirs, but were found crops. "We would adviso that ample light green. A very pretty costumo is of bright Ccilins buildinR, 18 and 20 See to bo so cold that they were uncoinfor-tablOifice is Ike Joe. time bo given for development before mastic cloth embroidered with bouquets ond Street, aver Wnue .oW drus.tore. to keop. resorting to this measure. All vegetaThey wore extremely hard and could tion is fully oue mouth lata, and the of flowers in CHAS. HOOKER, Ladles with weak backs or lungs, who be carved with a Lcnkuife like box prospect should bo judgod accordingly. VETERINA R Y SURGEON, aro inclined to stoop, should investigate wood. They circulated pretty rapidly Tho condition April 1st averages 77 Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. through the audience, each person be as compared with normal yearsa loss tho Ladies' Abdominal Support, and ing apparently anxious to pass them on of three points since March 1st. The also tho Shouldor brace which A. J. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Ditman handles. His address is 2 up stairs, over store recently accu- - to his neighbor. average condition on this d'ato for the Barclay Street All the specialities lie pied by Kicnmonu Harness jo., nasi jiam o. A piece of raw beei was immersed in apr7-lpast, three years has been as follows; gives his attention to, are the very best Richmond. Ky. the air and taken out pure and white 1893,101 ; 1837, 01; 1890, G9. and hard as ivory. Thrown ou the floor Tho western section shows the low in their individual lines, and he will D . C. it broke into pieces. Several persons est average condition, ti!) in tho cen givo full facts concerning them to all Medicine and Surgery. having picked these up as souvenirs, Mr. tral section the average condition is who write to know. OfTicc Collins Rnilcline, MainStreet. Popular finishings for parasol handles Telephone at residence, (tne Unrr r'lce) on Tripler warned them that in a few min 78; in the eastern the condition is 85, utes after the cold had passed away Tho condition in the western section are of gun metal, Dutch and India sil Kentucky. Richmond, the beautiful white substance would has suffered a loss of 1 pomt since ver. Sometimes a little aperture is hol return to heef again and would become March 1st ; tho central a loss of 7 points lowed out in the metal forthe reception W. EVANS. M D., s of or change. an uncomfortable keepsake. nnd tho eastern a loss of 3 points. In outline, the styles are not at all A cake of ice was placed on the table other cnors. pretty, to the average way of thinking. PlIYBTIAK AND SunOEON, and Mr. Tiipler placwl upon it a tea Oat sowing is hardly begun in a ma- All the folchintr little fluffv effects have - - - Kentucky, kettle filled with liquid air. Ho thon Richmond. placed the tea. kettle over a gas flame joritity of the counties, and for this sea been ruled out, and ekitls and tilceves DR. T. J. TAYLOR, and it quit. boiling, and a thick coating son no attempt is made at au estimate are especially angular atid unpleasing. Evelyn Cable. ot ice formed on the outside and was of the acreage. A fow counties report Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, of the acreago sown in about Kentucky itfterward broken off with a mallet. Richmond. the mud. The burning and sowing of Spain's Greatest N'ceil. IjEAVES floor dhv. JTirOfllce and residence on 8econd Street. tobacco plant beds is likewise much Mr. Ii. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, Mr. Tripler threw a dipperful of air delayed. Very few growers have over bis clothing, and it left them per- plants above ground at this date. Clo spends his winters at Aiken, S. C Weak DENTAL STOGEST. nerves had caused severe pains in the ver has wintered fairly well, a portion back of his head. On using Electric of the old clover only being frozen out. Bitters, America's greatest Blood and Pastures have mado no growth worth Kervo Remedy, all pain soon left him. DENTIST, naming up to tho present. He says this grand medicine is what of Louisville, Ky. I(AMKS. I $ Ths IcpiPik Lile kmm d EL1PPINCOTTS d - feb3-l- y d - spoiled by mismanagement. Some women go about as If their husbands A Book for Young and Old. were bladders, and blow them up. Others let them freeze by their carelessuECURE OUR ness and indifference. Some keep RECORD NERVOUS them in a stew. lv irrating ways and words; others roast them; some keep Est! 1878 BLOOD them in a pickle all their lives. It can 250,000 SKIN not be supposed that any husband will bo tender and good, managed in this DISEASED i PRIVATE way, but they are really delirious when MEN DISUSES properly treated. In selecting your CURED husband, you should not be guided by the silvery appearance as in buying mackerel, nor by the golden tint, as if wanting a salmon. Be sum you select CURED him yourself, as tastes differ. Do not YOUNG HAN SteS go to market for him, as the best is alwhen isnorntit of tho tcrriblo crime you wero committing. Did you only consider ways brought to your door. It is far the fascination allarcmcnts of this evil better to have none, unlets you will pahabit? When too lato to avuiJ the tc riblo results, wero your eyes oicned to tiently learn to cook him. A preservyour peril? Did yon liter on in manhood contract any PItl VATU or BLOOD ing kettle of tho finest porcelain is best; discac? Wero you euro! 7 Do you new but if you have nothing but an earth nnd then feo romo nlarminff fymptomsr Dare you marry in your nrefent conenware pipkin, it will do, with care. dition? Von know. "HKll l'ATIIEK. L1KK KON." If married, aro you conSee that the linen in which you wash stantly lirlng in dread? Js marriage a him is nicely washed and mended, with failure with you on account of any weakness cautcd dt early abuio or later exthe reqtijred number of buttons and cesses? Have you been drnstrci with mercury? This booklet will point out to things tightly sewedTm. Tio him with you tho result of tbera rrimcs and mint a cord rilled comfort, as the one called oat how our NEW J1KTJ10D wilt positively cure yon. It duty is apt to be weak. Make a clear, shows bow thoamnds have been saved by our NEW TKUATJI KNT. It prove steady tiro of love, neatness and cheer how we can OUAUANTKE TO CUKE fulness, Set him as near this as seems AN V CU It ABLE CASE OR NO PAY. Wo treat and euro EMISSIONS, to ngreo with him. VilirrmiPT v eviuirr.ts m.wvrv STRICTURE, "ijt POTENCY, SeI ffd If he sputters and fizzes, don't bo anx fa! CHANGES, KID'NEV and BLADDER ious; some husbands do this until they diseases. are quite done Add a little sugar in CURES GUARANTEED of what confectioners call tho form kisses, but no vinegar or peppor on "The Wages of Sin" wnt freo by eneloi-in2o stamp. CONSULTATION any account A little spice improves Fit HE. If unablo tn call, write for QUESTION BLANK for UOIIE him, but it must be used with judgTREATMENT. ment. Do not stick any sharp instruDRS. ment into him to see if ho is becoming tender, stir him gently, watching the 122 W. FOURTH STREET, while lest ho lie too fiat and close to the CINCINNATI, O. kettle, and so become useless. You cannot fail to know when he is done. 1 II 9 Hi II Will 11 I If thus treated you will find him very relishable. agreeing nicely with you and CUSED with vegetable the children, and he will keep as long Have cured many thousand s as you wish, unless yon become carecnllMlomles- - In ten or nl I Kvraptoica removlays at leaat less, and set him in too cold a place. ed. Tratimonlals and TE21DATS treatment free. Put this in your scrap book. DS. u. II. GRECO'S S09S, Box K. Atlanta. Ga. OF ill In Our Goods AIND Our Pri ces - We Don't Compel you to trade nth us when you gave us a trial. Want a Cent your money unless you get value received for it. For that reason wearealways Of SY 5 08O tor 1838 71 NmTTliiV" hvt.n ctd" e The ladies, cannot Tie deceived by c itchy phrases claims. All we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the latest goods., and when you buy you "know you have glad to have rou look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. CD TllKAT-A1KN- T Skills Bed-roo- m CD the latent, tip-to-da- te goods. Is that what you want? Xf so, trade with Suiters... In Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... Beantiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. NjExtension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. NjK Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. 'Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store tho most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Cordumyt just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. to If you are a lover of beauty it will pa- call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of u Kennedys Kergan 111 Wife AND Gibson WiHiHoshal&Co Commission Merchants.. two-thir- 000-hor- at-La- . . Tiat TlirobbiDgllcadache Whould quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's Now LifePills. Thous ands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They made pure blood and strong nerves and build upyourhealth. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money hack if not cured. Sold by 1 Perry & Thomas, Druggist. A STARTLING Cattle, If m Iki Cincinnati, O. Union Stock Yards, Telephone 7346. 31-3- 0 light-weigh- PROPHECY. Chen-atilt- 's Mile Couesdoni a French phrophet- 6S8 who claims to be the accredited mouth-piec- e of the Archangel Gabriel, predicts all kinds of strange things for the United States. She says that war will come. Again It will come. "I see a great day coming" she continues, "a great day for America; all America, North and South, under one government, will be united. "War will not wage to bring this $A11 information regarding livo Consign stock cheerfully furnished. sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. CALL AT- framing pictures. -- GO TO THE- -- SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. about English Kitchen, o 37- feather-stitching- s. y JASLR,.J1. bon-bon- - one-ha- lf . - TOIllce next door to Government Building, RicbniSod, Ky. uraee nours v wu-ino17-l- y me tNa sseeiSiclf nun i r- SI1EKP AND - The number of spring Iambs, conv his country needs. All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble, in 1898, is 57 with the Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob- son, next door to postoffice. in ii in in II I ' HI )t. FRED SMITH. DEN, 1ST. Offlce, over Collins" Grocery, same oflice lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. Janl2-t- y -- Perhaps you have had the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever; or possibly some of ths children are Just getting over the measles or whooping pared number purifies the olood, tones up the stom per cent., the loss being .probably the iich, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, heaviest ever sustained. The absenco vigor and now lifo into every niuele, of the usual amount of grazing at this nerve and organ of the body. If weak, season cantos a further loss in condi tired or ailing you need it. Every botcharacter of the winter has tle guaranteed, only 50 cents- Suld by tion. The been opposed to a thrifty condition o Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 sliccp, and tho loss of old has been - "Mexico will ask tor admission to of drinks that can: be found 12 W. Short St , Lexington, Ey. the United States- - after the death of in the city are dispensed J. "W. MASTERS, Proprietor. President Diaz, and it will be granted. by and accommoSuccessor to J. S. Collins. The South American countries will see Reeular meals 25 cents. Lodcincr 25 cents. dating clerks. Most convenient and centrally and happiness of Mex- the city. Fine equipped bar in located hotel in tT3NIGHT PHONE S3.SO. tho prosperity connection. Genuine Saratoga Water Kept ou Tap. ico under tho American flag. They, too, will ho admitted, and their wis! andWhlskey rsDIts cured at home withwill bo granted. Canada will remain out pain llouk nf par Phone 3. Second St. longest out of the Union. (iculars sent FREt. "3DR B.K WO0LLEY CO. "America will have another great 13 RICHMOND, ICY. uUce. lot North l'rjor St. war. It will not be with Germany, neither will it be with France. "It will bo with a country that is now making professions of friendship lJEMTrfcJja for America. Germans in America will jag? E G not allow their lntherland to wage war Q "l CO rjj against tho United States. Englishmen .C have no such power. n 33 v 1 1 "It will be the most terrible war ever V waged. She also says great trouble will come JO tn tn Pit--? right at hand so is the zZ because of our rich men. ft 'The common people will remain sound and virtuous. The rich will "be come corrupt, avaricious and degraded, A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and and will ruin themselves with their own riches." EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. Mile. Couesdon is said to have mado CUREfe WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. an extraordinary number of prophecies rTllra which have come-true- . She foretold Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; Bottles, 50 Cents. the dreadful flra of Uo Bazar de la Center-C- ut JABS F.W.11AR0, Sola Praprfetor, - - 310 Korth Main Sires!, ST. LOUIS, MO u Charito, the sudden death of Felix jam Janli-ly- . For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. Faure and the political disturbances in France due to the Dreyfus case. A prophet several vears ago in Indi SEND US ana predicted that the world would Our store is heavily stocked with every article tut M.H). MlilinlUii.111 St.UU, d.UlteadraUlaSKtV come to an end oil the 20th of March, inrauTSD auk qciu ritujK oluij, ijft.icic. o. !., tM"t t, fnlcnt depot, Hardware Store, such It at jour Yoa found in a first-clas- s nnluiln. And it can emtus rcprtMatid,nearest to organs that 1899. The prophet came to" an end, but equal It von exutlr value you ever saw retail at .i.00 to Hames, Traces, Backhands, etc., Eft? andbetter than organs10O.O0, tne by others at more money, ana as Collars, pay the world still lives. There have been adiertlMd far the freight agent oar special HO PlURTM.oOer pttce, S3 1.73, Nails, "Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. ,1. anil f fl"l.t Jj.' " other modern prophets. lua.Ka.tM a Elf! 53JL.75 S OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE We shall wait and see. caar- -. up-to-da- te Coolest and most refreshing NEVILLE MOBERLIY A BOON TO MANKIND! n TIMFH I If - Siz. !0 UCICEYE 2' tBB PKsrr-v- Is Vulea.n Chilled y CURE Eg Plow, And Bell m r1 Disc Harrows. QUE DOLLAR pat couh. correspondingly heavy. The loss from A QUEER CALENDAR COMPLICATION. ravages of dogs is slight, averaging a little less than 5 .per cent. Thomas Jefferson Was Not Born On April 13th, " FRUIT I'BOSPECTS. A Burlington train plunged iuto swollen stream in Wyoming and six lives were lost Mr.JV.m. Buckley, our experienced ner, is' constantly in demand for guttering, roofing and repairing. . tin- From the Illustration shown, which TuallMtnBn.BUrTcrKmde. Is enfrraved direct from a photo? raphjoa can form some Idea of Its srlte 4 hy mlhm. Knell um offer vu never'made be rare. THE ACME OUEEN uonaotUiea.iiutajciJiUDSiTrrTKST We will not ba Dr. Louis H. landman W Km will Vlntt. QIm.( r(nrlnnitl!- - Ohio. beat the Hotel Zimraer, Richmond, Ky., on Are you recovering as fast cs you should? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of impurities? And isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1899. returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of Rich- inuou, ivy. I I Take j KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. US. CITE. Pmiirit, biiagtta. Jj. AND ERARY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, a Tuition ftr Literary and Bible Course $10,000 year. More than twenty teachers. BjrmnLsium. Thoussnds ol successful alumni. nf tudentS TeCelVC Uvlal mn mnnl rc.-attention. Onen to both sexes. tt For ly27-catalogues address the President. ll Owing to the backward season the development of fruit buds is not sutll ciently advanced to judge accurately the fruit prospects. 'I here appears to bo no doubt that tho peach crop will be total failure Many of tho peach trees also arc dead. The heavy rains and continued cloudy weather 'have been axactly suited to enable both fruit ahd forest trees to recover from the effects of tho terrible freeze during the month of February. The condition of fruits, as far as present developments Bhow, averages as follows: Apples, 82; peaches, 0; pears, 54; cherries,-49- ; grapes, 75; strawberries, 4. Commh-sioner Ths Day Set For His Birthday Dinners. Lucas Moons,. of Agriculture I HIS - SHORT LINE TO Hi! i STOCK? AND GROP: r ties from your blood. It is also a tonic of immense value. Give nature a little help at this time. Aid her by removing all the products of disease from your blood. If your bowels are not just right, Ayer's Pills will mete them so. Send for cur book on Diet in Const!- pation. KVJfo .m Tfwlll remove all Imourl- - New? Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND ' CALIFORNIA. WM. A. KKLLOND, A.a.P.A-,LooUTi!- e. . Pallraan Tourist Bleeping Car leaves Louis-- 1 ville every Thursday mgni aua runs taroum to San Francisco. Ask vour ticket ai?ent tor particulars or write toR. II. Fowler. Traveling Passenger Ateat, T.niil.vltt. IfV. Free Reclining Chair Oars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. A. 11. otom ct Uio mottemlnontr!ijrl-clan- t It eUilto4a Btate. Write prompt reply. freely -- We have the exe!ulv Better. nrrices vy A Texas planter feeds his mules enand finds it tirely on crude molas-eboth strengthening and fatening. O. D. b'tigall & Bro. sold to Moutio d Fox, of Dativjlle, fourteen red steers at 4 90 Somerset Paragon. A Nebraska farmer says that he has been able to cure Jiis hogs ot cholera by starviug thoni for both food and water. Simmons, bred in Fayette and sold for $12 8lX is dead. He as a performances at 2:10 or had thirty-on- e 1,000-poun- There will be many dinners in honor of Thomas Jefferson, April 13th Yet ho was not born on that day. Ho was born on April 2nd, 1743, old style, but owing to th new &tyle of tlmo compu tation licgiuning with tho introduction of the Gregorian Calendar, 1752, at which' time tho Kquinox had retrograded eleven days since the Council of NiceinA.D 325, when the festival of Easter was established and the equinox occurred on March 21, the dates ot nnniveisaries originating prior to "Pope Gregory's Calendar aro determined by adding eleven days, hence Thomas Jefferson's birthday is properly .observed on April 13th. This interesting fact is pointed out on pages 24 and 85i of the New York World Almanac a most interesting statistical book cf over 500 pages. That newspaper ofl'era to send the volnmo postage paid for 25c. IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS. III 1 ISEASES THAT KILL iarri of Jhe lungs. Consumption is ca- Certain complied Hons make consump' tion incurable. Moxt cases of death from con aro sumption Undersell Taylor Bros,! ill S3 11 HiiuqnrwriH.n Deaumui appearance, jtaae decorated oaUantliueanluhuidiomely iron 6 and6ornamented, inches late.t 1 VJ1 style. TUK 1UI iJCSia Is feet poanda, hlgtx,Con11 inches long, U Inches vide and welRhs SSO toiiowit talma octave, it stope, asCrrsi.u, Bu4 CafUr, TrtUe rriar, DakUse. HeleOU. CUU, aa Vet UiJH.il S OeU-- c Cevplen, Ceasler, Di. '.rt Bet Orcbltlnl Tenr4 1 T... Sf 11. 1 Cnmt Oitu BeH Sweet 1 EiIraf?HJBEairliJiirHJBrliJBM FHJEaiTHJSl! the direct result of neglected ca roell. Audit m, DP-- J. HANSON, U.P, A., Chicago. ' Superintendent of Public Instruction, W.'.I. DavlSson, has sentoiittlfifollow- iug notices to the various County Su perintendents of the State: ""Tho State Board of Examiners will select fiom 20 per cent to 30 percent of the questions on History from current events, also many questions oh Geogra-phi will relate to tho changed better. tious incident to the lato war.'? Sauillco, a race horeo valued at $3,- From 30 per ceat to 58 emt ot th 000, and three other blooded horses, questions on "Theory avd Practice" burned, to death In a barn near Chatta-- - will bo taken from "Pitge's TJwy vnd noogR.,Tean. Practice" and Qakk'f. Returners." A farmer near Troy, Ohio, mm eo-cd- -- XJoot!l works harmoniously with nature to eject the tubercles from tho luago, and works to successfully that ESTABLISHED If there is a cure for consumption a is the remedy. Read this letter from Mrs. H. A, Tyner, of Four Oaks, N. C., about her daughter, Mrs. U. lvecne. felic says: Medicine Co., Columbus, O. Dear Sirs: "My daughter had every Mcisneits, Tfiibs, Hextfsteies, Statuary and Forciga symptom of consumption suppression Granite. of menses, night sweats tad great cma Aiiericai Marble .. elation. She was so low that none of our neighbors thought eho could live. In May Mr. C. K. Adams, of this place a, told me if who had taken anvthlntr would help her would. I got a bottle of Jt nnd somo rock candy and begaa giving it to her. During the first few days she was so weak she could only talto a halt tea' A Lll'ao nnv m vj v.uiiiviiiii'uihi "iW vimmvi o4hw w hmj H'fe spoonful at a time, but I gave it to Cemetfry Work, will unci ii to their interest to call at tho old stwd in tho rear will find constantly on hand bercs often as she. could bear it In of tlm M. 1. Church in Irvino Street, wherts theyct prices to pint all elapses of less than a week she could walk two n, larce stock of fln!hnd work to select from, U tiOUUHJilt, oikj too nest workmen in central hundred yards and btvck without rest buyers fsT"Mi. W. of ourrstHhlishmcntandorthis Kienns satisfactory work ij is in kept (petting, stronger, and in rioiiti'.CKy, phee..ciwr iiwr: she I'srlM hvinir at a (list a ace eliculcl write to es for designs In ovcry twelve months sh seemd to be as well which will bo fursS id oa application. HaneeverwM in Vcr rile. Itl,andso .YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDdoe evry one thai knew about her lekeM, thatFo-rn-carol Jier luc. My dMurttUr'a bum U Mrs. L. Kerne.' i!T Pc-rn-- tarrh. Madison Monumental Works 1863. t 1 tu efSI CaamlBfljOrUllaUCelnieKeeei, 1 Set el SI rmJij SKH.B,lbwSiaMkDpaMaIIre,, Senialedleae frlaels-- I Benle. THE ACMKULEE.N action consist of the celebrated S.well KeedA,wblch are only need in the highest grade InstrumenUi nttod with. Ilu- milllifWriiil hi of the kiso oe. twiireieiw, leathen, etc, bellows .ii.i beet rubber cloth, bellows etock and finest leather la val.es. THE -ACME OUEEX is furabhed with a lxll beveled aaUBmassacrt ni.ts .'ranch ntrnr. nickel Dlated pedal frames. and every modern improvement, w. r.rtA free fcaad-wa-e erfU eUel s4 U. ke.ler(u bilraetlea betk eetlkkea. 6UAHANTEEB 25 YEARS. CTi1 lasve a written undlns Kuaraniee. sy ue terms and conditions of which If any part Elves out Try it one month and we repair it free efeaarre wewilt refund your money if you are not perfectly sattined. MO of theee orraas will besold at Sll.1. HltllEK AT ONCE. BUNT B1XAV. OUR RELIABtLITYIS ESTABLISHED notdealtwlth us aek your neighbor about aa.wrlte Bask, or Corn Krehacz Sac Bank, Chicago, or Oermaa Eachanire Bank, New York or any railroad nr exprrn buslneM bio, K In company la Chicago. I ken taeilal r orrr S70O.0O9.oe, ocrupy entire one of tlieUret ... riJP$, SlliJ-ChSio, and employ nearly t,ooj pDle ia our own building, we asu. oatuss IT Slt-O- ti tmt ... alio eTerythlnp; in musical InstrumenU at loweet vholee price. Write for free eneclal ivan, piano (Saara.BMkekii C. are taer.ie.klj r.Ulfc Mll.J aadmnrlcallnetrumenteaUIOKua. Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO. (Inc.). Fniton, Desstalnes and Wajman Sts.. CrltCACO, ILL. BUrr ripe QHJ lletih, .., Set eTSl Fare B.U4U Mmif'ffl zear " J" JAMES T. HAMILTON, PnopRfETOB. m raa I Mil llaM aaaMMaaaaal 11 T ' Pe-ru-- i ni Florida Havana Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trio tickets. Th Train Service Is per-- 1 fed In detail. Fast schedTf--ules, 24 hours to Jadson- AafeaaTTitr. ville, 54 hours Cincinnati to Havana. Pe-ru-- FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. rT-- - - II Cinciaa.ttr JKMES HAMILTON. Li Proprietor. it Lv..i.a.rr lW Am old Confederate soldier laughed when we read to him General Shaffer's testimony that he heard no complaint iiCMulAEiT' i -- PPnctor, and Editors, about tho beef from the men at the front. "Why laugh at so.serious a sub a E. WOODS, Associate Editor. ject," we Inquired. "Well," said tho' 1899 Johnny Keb, "General Shaftcr told WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19, the truth, because ho wasn't at tho The Richmond Climax. Cel. Dave Freeman on The Pike. Railroad 'Commission Convention ' WE WAVE PLENTY flF CflAL. -- is Difficult" The first step in Spring should be to cleanse Nature's house from Winter's accumuPUBLISHED KVEBY WKDN1CSDAY BT front!" lations. Hood's Sarsaparilla The Climax Printing Go. does' this work easily. It is Greatest Spring Mr. It. E. Turley spent Sunday at America's PRICK TKIl YKAB, $1.50. Medicine It purifies the Blood, Spears. Mr. J. L. Towelf Bpent several days as millons of people say. ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. iJavid It. Freeman is back from a trip to Chicago, where he purchased an Edison Phoifograph with a. barrel of tunes. Ho offers his service free for Sunday school entertainments, anil will guarantee a groat show. Ho is State agent for Sears, Roebuck & Co., At StOipm. Saturday, in the Sher iffs office, Hon. J, B. Chenault, Clwirr man of the Democratic County Committee, called to order the body of Dem ocrats assembled, by)rder of tho State PERSONAL. FOB AUDITOR. We are authorized to announce JOHN B. GIIBNAULT, of Madison county, a candidate for tbe office of State Auditor, subject to the action of tbe Democratic State Convention. FOR nErRESCXTATIVK. in Clark lost week. Mr. J. Hi Baldwin Malone, New York. is back from a candidate fortbe Legislature, subject to the action ot tbe Democratic party. Miss Mary Payne Dodd. of Louisville, We are authorized to announce W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the is visiting Mrs. J. Stone Walker. next general assembly of the State of Kentuckysubject to the will of the Democratic Mr. Will Fant, of Newberry, S. C, is party. visiting his sister, Mrs. Wm. Arnold. We are authorized to announce M. II. WILL-IAM- B MisaKatio Harvey, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Mary Little. Miss Nell Hood, of Covington, is visiting Mis. Laura Chenault. "It is only fit for fertilizers," said a Mr. Jaa. H. Pigg, of Leslie county, witness before the beef inquiry board. visited Mr. and Mrs. "V. W. Pigg this It will not, however, raise a good crop week. Miss Nellie Mershon,of Stanford, is of votes for the Eapanitcs and Algerites. visiting Miss Lena Palmer at Hon. Brutus J. CIjAY, of this city, has boon named by Gov. Bradley one Miss Rosa Justice, of Winchester, of tbo two delegates from Kentucky to was the guest of Mrs. It. P. Fox last tho Farmer's National Congress at week. Roston. Mies Josephine Schmidt visited Miss Peace was formally declared on Tues Margaret Conway at "Winchester last day, April 11. BUT wo will continue week. Miss Florence Winn, of Winchester, to moisten the revenue stamp and hearken to Republican claims that the will bo Miss Ethel Terrill's guest Dingley law is a revenue producer beyond compare. Jaa. K. Bornam Friends of.ex-Judg- e were delighted to welcome him home FnoM last Octobor to last Friday tbo last week. Louisvillo base ball team bad this year's It. Lloyd has been for a pennant cinched. After that date' a Mrs. W.guest of friends at Midway week the immbor of impolilo teams will como Lexington. along and divest the "Martyrs" of tho and Mrs. R. E. McRobcrts, of Lancaster, bunting, as usual. was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Caktku Hakiusox completely dissi-pato- d Vaught last week. n 'coalition the Mr. Jas. Azbill has returned to West dream when, at thaMilwaukeo ban- Cliff, Colorado, after visiting his parquet last week, ho suggested tho ents at Union City. of Mr. Bryan and indorsed Mr. Mat Cohen is back from New the Chicago platform. York, delighted, with the result of his By adroitly selling that Philippine trip, elsewhere described. Misses Winn, two very attractive insurrection to Uncle Samuel Spain young ladies, of Piattsburg, Mo., are was ouablnd to proclaim peace on April 11, about 150 years in advance of the guests of Mi68 May Ballard. General John Hooe Russell.of Hunt date that would othenviso have been ington, W. Va., was a distinguished made memorable by a similar visitor to this city last week. Croker-IIarrl6o- who will send him an automobilo vehicle in which to tour the county. Mr. Freeman's' generous offer does not stop with a free show, for ho will eat his breakfast at home, take his dinner along, and return homo to siipperr Address him care Col. Charies Rowto Busy Bee Casli Store. Call strong, as nervous land, next It makes the weak early to avoid tho rush. men and women gladly testify. It Will Move to Chicago. cures all blood diseases, as thousands of cured voluntarily write. It is just the Mr. J. M. Davis, tho efficiont mail medicine for you, as you- will gladly say agent on the Richmond nnd Stanford after you have given it a fair trial. branch, will, on May 1, move to ChiBad Btood " Although past 70 years ot cago, and accept the agency of the age I .am thoroughly well. It was three Goodrich Steamship Company. Mr. Dabottlei ot Hood's Sarsaparilla that mads me so after spending over $G0 In medical vis has been in tho mail service sev attendance. My trouble was a raw sore on eral years, and by his Intelligence, my ankle." Alas, lochia, ilASoif, uourt accuracy, depoitment and punctuality, Street, Lowell, Mass. worrying four has made an enviable record in tho Running Sore3-"Af- ter months I gave my children Hood's Sarsa service. His gentlemanly bearing and parilla and It cured them ot running sores. social qualities havo mado friends for Hood's Pills cured me of dyspepsia and constipation." Mas. Kate K. Thomas, 31 him here, who regret to give up so Governor St Annapolis, Md. worthy a gentleman. At present lie is Consumptive Cough -- "Five years ago I had a consumptive cough which re- boarding with Mrs. M. M. Miller, on duced me to a skeleton. Was advised to West Main, and has added much to take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did and recovered normal health. I have been well the good cheer of the congenial guests ever since." Matilda Bbidoewatir, Cor. of that popular place. Pearl and Chestnut Sts., JeOersonvIUe, Ind. - A Crystal Palace. 'Wjiyjjjjui.ij.ij.uW Iloodt Mill enre and only cathartic to take with llood'i SarnparilU- - The ladies saw that notice in our last issue aescruiing lirr Hit, the the beauuiui queens-war- e and china store of Messrs. &Deatherage, opposito the Ho tel Glyndon, and are profuse in their Me-Ca- nn REMGIOUS. Rev. Edgar Carpenter, of Virginia, will assume the pastorate of tho Episcopal church on Sunday morning. Rev. T. Q. Martin will preach at Mt. Pleasant Christian church on Saturday evening at 3 o'clock before the fourth Sunday and on Sunday at 11 o'clock. "The Final Perseverance of The Saints" will be the eubiect of Mr. Smith's lecture on tbe Confession of Faith at the Presbyterian Church, this evening at 7:30. Rev. Richard French will preach on fifth Saturday and Sunday in this month at Red House Saturday at night, and Sunday morning and night. Sunday school will be organized on the compliments of tho place. It is a veri- tablecrystal palace, thecutglass, china, KiuMvaru, lumps, etc,, glittering HKo a meadow in theearly morn. Jf there is anything vou want, such as a plate, a cup, a bowl, a lamp, a jardlnierre, you have here a large Be- lucuon to cuoose irom. 'me-placis worth visiting just as an art study or for recreation. Drop in and see the high art work constantly on exhibition At night the scene surpasses discrip-tiounder tho glow of the many gas jets. dew-deckn, Committee, to select delegates to the convention to bo held at Winchester on April 2G. Hon. A. T. Chenault was olectedipermanent chairman and C. E. Woods secretary.; Gov. McCreary Introduced tbo following resolutions which wero unanimously endorsed tbo name of Mr. Bryan' eliciting enthusiastic, applause.' Ilemtrtd 1st, That we the Democrats of Madison county in convention assemble approve .the call of the District Democratic Committee for a convention to be held in Winchester, Ky., on the 2Cth day of April, 1S99. to nominate a Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner in the 3rd Railroad District of Ky. 9' 2nd, That this' convention reaffirms Its allegiance to the principles of the platform adopted by tlio National Democrat Convention held in Chicago in 189G nnd we leassert our admiration for and confidence in the gallant and gifted statesman and patriot Hon. Win. J. Bryan, whom we believe should again bo the Democratic nominee for President inlOJO. 3rd, That John B. Chenault, W. B. Smith, J. S. White, W. W. Combs, M. H. Williams, W. S. Hume Henry Rice, W. A. Langford, W. P. Prewilt, C.S. Powell, Thomas E. Baldwin, J. P. Simmons, Harvey Chenault, and. James B. McCreary, the latter's name, on motion of Geo. M. Willging, being added to tho list of delegates, and all other Democrats of this county are appointed, hereby delegates to the Democratic Convention to be held at Winchester on the 2Cth of April, 1899, and they are instructed to cast the votes of Madison county In said convonlion;for Col. A. W. Hamilton, of Mongoraery county, as the Democratic nominee for Railroad Commissioner. A. T. Chenault, dim., Clarence E. Woods, Sect. A Sad and Sudden And can fill orders promptly. Oar Pine Knot and Straight Creek Goals can net be excelled. We alst Iiandle Hay, Cn, etc. Tele-plio21, ne k near R. N.I. Terms. B. Depet. it 9 LEGAL aV BIG WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OBI UN g Strictly Cash. Neil & Williams. TEST 16036. could find nothing of a different tone to say about this concert, yet, to make a reputation as critic, I should be able to tear the soloist to pieces, butl must con- less-- I could not find even one flaw. Very respectfully, AV. B. Bkioht. Cenlral University Won the First Gamo. . STANDING OK THE OLUBS. Death. Met With Great Success at the Horse Sales,. Mrs. W. B. Wilkcrson, after a de lightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. is improving. The Courier-JournIt printed in full Mr. Bryan's New Pigg, returned to Lexington Saturday. Mrs. C. D. Chenault and Miss Kath- York speech, in its last Sunday issue. Threo years ago it would not have eriue Chenault will attend Nat Goodat Lexington. printed it in its week day issue. But wins performance this is to emphasize the importance of Miss Lizzie Baldwin, who came over supporting the Dispatch, before the from Winchester to visit her sister, establishment of which the Democracy Mrs. Ed Carson, at Union City, lias of Kontucky had no organ to publish its side of the burning questions of the There will, be an impromptu dance day. at the Masonic Templo night, TiiKitK weio two kinds of Demo- under tho management of the Old cratic tlinuors in New York last week. Guard. A dinner whore congonial spirits got Mr. M. A. Holcomb, attorney-at-Iatogothor for tho fun of tho thing and and circuit court clerk of Mckee, Jack rogardloss of the cost, and dinners where son county, attended circuit court here serious and patriotic moil and women last week. gathered together to discuss tbe interMrs Geo. Land and her beautiful ests of tho people, the future of their country, and tho'prospects of thoir par- little daughter, Miss Eflle, of Jessato visit ty. Which of these dinners did Mr mine, aro expected Bryan attend? Which would you liave .Miss Aiollio iue. nt tended? Miss Florrie Hood, of Lebanon, was the guest last week of Mrs. I. Shelby Ik our home affairs aro in such bad Irvine. Together they visited Mrs. J. condition, and they are, by what moral T. Hinton, at Paris. authority do we assume for ourselves Mr. R. C. Stockton entertained at tho right of purifying tho disposition of the people of tho Philippines? If progressive cuchro last Wednesday in wo havo made so sad a failure of pop- honor of Mrs. Charles Harris and Miss what have the Minnie Nuchols, of Versailles. ular government, Philippines to expect fioui a colonial Mrs. Chas II. Stoll. of Washington government in which will be conspicu City,accompanied by Mrs. Jas. Stoll, of ous and potent tho same Influences Lexington, is visiting the former's sie- that havo disguested American people ter, Mrs. Dudley Tribute, on Main with their own ofThirs? street. to-d- ay not guilty and secured a sentenco of banishment on a desert island. Eagan was guilty and was sontonced to retire on full pay for six years and the rest of Lis lifeon pay. It will thus bo seen that all republics are not ungrateful. was two-thir- Drbyfus fifth Sunday. Rev. Ben L. Smith, of Cincinnati, yesterday (or Cincinnati and Dayton, will conduct the services at tho Christian Church on Sunday morning, and but will bo absent only a few days- in the evening will deliver his lecture Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Eider were in on Alexander Campbo'l, to which all Cincinnati last week. The former went aro invited. to replenish his stock of spring goods. Mr. and Mrs. John Donelson left MARRIED. Freeman-Robinso- n. Mr. James Freeman and Fannie Robinson were united in marriage by acting Judge Two Men Suffer With Broken Ribs. Turpin, last Tuesday. ai least iwo men in itiauison ajc ,. At the residence, in wishing our father Adam had given this city, of Mr. W. II. Baxter, brother-in-la- away all his ribs instead of one, when of the bride, Mr. JcttR. Smith Eve was created upwards of a long time and Miss Emma W. Bell, of Ford, were ago. married on Sunday afternoon last at 4 Conway Dozlor was riding up Otter ra.. Rev. W. R. Lloyd officiating. Creek pike on Saturday night, about Tho well wishes of their frionds follow eleven o'clock, when "the midnight them to their home at Ford. passenger train on tho K C. dashed up behind him and so frightened his horse that Mr. Dozier was thrown to the pike and badly bruised, Ross. To the wife of John Ross, at having three ribs broken. Mr. John Edwards, the other victim, Cottonburg, a son. was caught between tho K. C. depot Steaks. To the wife of the junior wall and the end of the heavy baggage editor of tho Jessamine Journal, Jas. truck aud had a rib broken He is anB.Stcars, on the 12th inst., a son. xious to part witli all hisribsif they James VanCleve. May he live long, givo liim as much trouble as tho one he his influence be great,and his character is now carrying around in a sling. stainless, all the days of his life. Smitii-Beliw Mat Cohen is back from Now York where he sold 23 head of fancy Ken tucky horses at an average profit of $112.50, and for fear his most intimato friends would doubt his word ho showed us a stock paper from which" we gladly extract this notice of his sale: "Messrs. Wagers & Cohen, of Rich mond, Ky., sold at auction at the American Horse Exchaugo on April 10, under the management of W. D. Grand, about the best consignment of Kentucky horses ever offered in New lork. Theso gentlemen have held only one sale at tho Exchange pre viously, but if they maintain the qua! Jty ot their offerings at the present level they will qjiickly acquire a large following of customers." The community was given a painful surpriso and shock on Friday last when tho news spread that John K. Faulkner had suddenly died at Silver Creek the night before. Tho fants are, as accurately as we can obtain them, that Mr. Faulkner, who was a gauger at the Hume distillery, complained of illness and asked Mr. Will Hume for tho key to the latter's room. Mr. Hume promptly accompanied the gentloman to his room and saw that Mr. Faulkner was mado comfortable, and promised to come back soon and see him. Ilr. Hume visited the room almost every half hour and finding Mr. Faulkner asleep supposed that ho was resting and that the sick feeling was not serious and would soon wear ofl". But Mr. Hume found that Mr. Faulkner was not only sick but that his condition was serious as his breathing became labored, his eyelids twitched in a peculiar manner, and fever had arisen. Mrs. Stanton Hume was summoned and she advised that a physi cian be called at once. Mr. Faulkner's pulsation had risen to 170 and he could not Ik) roused, death ensuing shortly. Examination revealed the cause of death to be congestion of the lungs, those organg being filled with coagulated blood.' It is reported that Mr. Faulkner had caught a severe cold which led to his death, so shockingly suddon as to cast a gloom over the community. The deceased was a son of the lamented Col. John K. Faulkner, the gallant and popular soldier and citizen, who died some three years since. There now survivo two dauchters, Mrs. D. AVhito, who was tho beautiful Miss Jane Faulkner, one of Kentucky's Lady Managers of. the AVorldVs Fair, and Mrs. James 32ng1emnn, of Arkan sas. John Faulkner, Jr., was a gen tleman who possessed to a largo degree his father's wonderful faculty for making friends. There was an innate re finement that was magnetic, a manli ness that "was captivating, a hospital. ity that was unrestrained in its genererosity. He was 33 years of ago, in tho prime of life, and happily circum stanced. Hence the tears of friends, the regrets of tho community, and tiio great shock this awfully sudden sum mons has caused one and all. Tho funeral services took place at Old Paint Lick Church on Friday at 11 a. m., when there was a large outpouring of sorrowing friends to pay their last trib d ute to their companion. noble-hearte- south-boun- d BIRTHS. Window Dressing Now a Feature Here. Won. Lost. Per Ct. 0 Central Universitv.... I 1,000 - 1,000 Georgetown Collcge- -l 0 Kentucky Univ'y... 0 1 000 State College Centre College A splendid crowd saw the C. U. boys trounce tho Kentucky University base ball team on Friday In this city. All society was out in its latest bib and tucker and rubber-tire- d buggies. The visitors had a heavier team, but their preliminary practice was very amateur ish, indeed, and afforded a pretty good index of their subsequent playing. True, they had good players on the team, alUgentleraanly, and no "beef ere." Although our team did not let the visitors score after the first inning, we cannot forget the impression that the rather poor support given Mr. Spen cer, the visitors' pitcher, was largely responsible for Ids in tbe last two innings when six C. TJ. scores crossed the rubber. However, we won by superior playing, and the visitors could not complain of tiie two local um pires who were liberal toward them in K. U.'s short stop, close Stucky, mado a phenominal catch far back of his position, securing a fly ball while swiftly running head-u- p In the same direction. C. U.'s left fielder- Mr. Thompson, of Atlanta, duplicated the catch a little later. Both were gen Capt.; Bigger erously applauded. pitched a fine game for C. U., striking out ten men and getting two singles. Young Mr. Tadiock, C. U.'s catcher. played exactly like avetBrauand made two long fair catches that put him to a sevore test. At first Adams earned his right to the place and completed the only double on our side. In center Mr. Hall sustained himself as "a bird" and cracked out 2 nice double. The others, Howe at third, Chatham at right, and Venablo nt short, did their part well. Second baseman V. Chat ham, smashed tho ball at pleasure and played his, position faultlessly. Four excellent substitutes, Norman, Booker, Muir and Logan, were ready for service and would have played good ball if need be.- The first game developed the fact that the team was nervous and is yet not strong at tho hat. This fact will only bo emphasized If our good opinion of- - Spencer's pitching capacity is dls- proven. For to disparage tho vnior of the vanquisher's to diminish tho glory of the victors! Next Saturday we meet old Centre hero nnd it is the unanimous desire that what our team does to them shall bo upwards of a plenty. The score by innings was as follows: 30000000 K. U 11 100042 C. TJ 9 Hits-- K. U. 2, C. U. 11. let-dow-n Record 3:29, fourth heat In a race on a half preat tiecuon-ee- r one tracK. aireu oy me167 2:30). in (tbo only bone with Lkgai. Test's 1st dam bv "Don Victor." by 2d dam Minnie, by "Williamson's Belmont;" son or Ilambletontan 10; 3d dam Lanra'Keene, by Hambletonlan 10, all producing dams His aire. Electioneer, stands ahead of any horse, Hying or dead, both as a sire of extreme speed and 2:30 performers, and his son. Chimes, 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 great George Wilkes or any of his sons. The pnblic is well acquainted with such noted performers as The Monk, The Abbot, Fantasy, Tommy Britton, Jsnie T., etc., from year td year the leading stars of the truf. xne gel oi mis great norse aiso nom me and three- records for yearling, year-ol- d trotteTs. Lbqai. Tbst is It hands high, fine weight, with a perfect disposition. He goes with a shoe in front and behind, and is quite a handsome horse. Will stand at $15.00 to insure a living coic. ld four-oun- $1 000 (C. Bolts Ta fl eta, Ail Silk Ribbon, 2 5f N. & Co. Brand), which wo will sell for a few days "only" at the following prices : ti No. 80, at 20c; worth 40c. No. 40, at 15c; worth 30c. No. 16, at 10c; worth 20c. apr5-2- m B. E. NEALE. Wall-Pao- This is a chance that the ladies of Richmond - er! and Madison county will have to supply themselves with Ribbon at i the usual price. The Ribbon is on exhibition at our store. In all the new ricli dark colorings, special designs. T5avmeu Is Novelties of the season. out competition. now open, and we have new hats of all kinds ! We invite inspection. We are showing all the On up in price to the lino Pressed At prices that knocks v si lis No use to waste your valuable time looking at small sample books of old style job papers. AVe have a number of experienced Paper Hangers. Tapers. We hm h for hanging than those who cut up and otherwise destroy yonr paper, Our stock of SILK and SATINS is larger than ever before. We will be pleased to show you what we have, St St -- St New Window Shades, Mounted on Spring Rollers, complete, ready to hang, from 10c on up in price. . M. SOS fix-tur- es We are showing a choice line)Our ClothiiiR Department is of Black Hress Goods at 15,(8 complete. 20. 25, 35, 50, Go, 75c, $l.tX)Shocs Wo have the prettiest UJ line ever seen in Richmond SI 25 and SJ.00 per yard. d Lace Curtains 3!)c per pair up.(kOO,IrBtoc': of Notions and Swiss Sic per yd up. --j ware is complete. Seo what we havo boforc yon buy. See our uew Curtain goods. Window Shades (complete) 10(See our stock of Piques and Welts, at 0 to 25c. to50c Our Laces and Embroideries Carpets, SJc to $1.25 per yd. r0 t.alk ( Matting, 12i to 24c per yd. t'l? owi. largest. Price the Baskets, 10, 14 Hard-Dotte- Lunch Children's Baskets, and 19c.aj iowegt 5 and lOcBaby Bibs, i .'f 3, 4, 5, 7. lO.and 14c. ff. MM STREET. sf sf sf St RICHMOND, "Wall KY. Paper, Window Shades. Paints, Oils, Glass, etc , stock the largest, prices always me lowest. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Come and see what we have to sell, whether you want to buy or not. Eespectfully submitted to cash trade, a nrntrh and dMerlDtlnn mar qnlckly ascertain oar opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communications atrictlroonndential. Handbook on I'atents sent free. Oldest agency for scenrincpatenta. Patents taken thronch llunn & Co. receive tpeeiol notice, without charge. In the Anvnnn flmrifnff A handiomely Illustrated weekly. Ijireest circulation of any scienuao Journal. Ter.ns. t3 a year: four months, JL Sold hyall newsdealers. Designs Copyrights &c I BADE HIKKIIS L HN' sf M. EL Scientific America!.. SUNN &Co.3SB'ad.HBwYork Branch Offlcc, GS V SU Washington. D. C. 2S-2- 7 03 a DEATHS Goodlett. 1899, On Tuesday, April lltb, CiFtSrower&Co i) Lexington, Ky. Dr. Hugh R Gibson returned on Friday from a visit to Baltimore, Now York and Philadelphia, where he took post graduate course in medicino and surgery. two-mont- hs Bid it Ever Occur to You That you can save your self Time, Trouble and Money by making your purchases here? 6rt WALL The kind exclusive stores 15 to 2oc for we will oiior for 12e. Hall, and dining room paper in all the shades at moderate ask prices. Tie Store! Our stock of Dinnerwnre, ware, Glassware is now ready and we think you will find it about what you want. e dinner set, odd quaint English shapo, bumiliiiil deep bluo d&fralion, exclusive china store would ji?lt.$25 our prino $18.' 21 China Chocolatn Pots at 10c Ten dozen Salad Plate3. the $1.00 , Toilet- - jlOO-piec- kind, at 50c Four dozen each, 3 kind bread and buttor plates, 75c dozen. China Lamps, complete with shades, large burners, etc , $ 1.50 each. Have Yea Seea The Use ef Be Plates? Decorated ECF.Brower&Coi, The artistic and elaborate arrangement of goods and tho beauty of thelilending of colors have much to do with attracting tho puublic eyo. Messrs. Douglas, Bright & Co. have made special effort to carry the art forward in this city and Prof. F. A. Groscclose, of Central they have succeeded by several remark Uuivorsity, Richmond, attended the able exhibitions. Rememberin;: this. at tho S. P. Lees Saturentertainment look at their new ad in Climax. day night. He remained ovar Sunday for one year, and see their pretty win Critique Upon Mrs. Kcan's Entertainment. the guest of the Institute Jackson dows. Editors Climax: Hustler. From an artistic standpoint the con Caldwell High School Entertainment, Tho report in this paper that Judge cert given by Mrs. Lillie Logan Kean, Sullivan had moved his family from Following program of entertainment soprano, and Mr. David Abramowitz, given at Court House", Mondav evening tho Hotel Glyndon is incorrect. He violin virtuoso, at Masonic Hall, on says it is tho best managed hostelery April 21. Exercises begin at 7:30 sharp. April 11, proved the most intorestlng, in the country and he is perfectly satis Admission 15 cents: proceeds to send nnd I might add, ideal concert, ever fied with it. winners Somerset Tournament: given in Richmond. Declaimors, Miss May Wallace Bal Miss Kathleen Poyntz has been not! The program was of the proper lard, "Raggedy Man;"LilIio Compbell tied by Capt. John Boyd of herappoint- length, the numbers carefully selected "Come Hero:" Katherino Scott and arranged as to relative value and ment as a maid of honor of thaKy. "When The Cows Como Home;" Sadie Div. U. C. V. Miss Poyntz is the climax, with more than ordinary skill. Baoghman, "Annette;" Mary Traynor lovely daughter of Brigadier General AVe have had other and more experi"Ingomar." J. M. Poyntz, U. C. V. enced artists, but none more pleasing Music, Vocal Solo. Miss Mamie Schil or sincere in their work'and with such Mr. Chas. D. Miller returned from Singleton Gels a Verdict for $5,000. ling, "Dainty Dimples;" Lillie Campenuine expressions of enjoyment as were Irvine on Saturday, and the improyed A Lexington jury on Saturday bell, "Boblink;" Fannio Prather, Little accorded them throughout the program typography of the Climax is largely awarded W. E. Singleton, Heart;" Katie Hack or,"Happy Birds;" they should recall this as one of those the due to his style, speed and recent re mond photographer , a verdict of $5,000 Mary Coyle, "Louis' Sorrow." occasions that rarely come to an artist. cuperation from exhaustive labor on damages in his $10 000 suit against Maj. There will also be a chorus lrom but how could it he otherwiso, with by their linn. this paper. He went hunting every Thos. J. Carson. Last fall tho two men each grade. Program for the following West their talent and such eminent teachers. Toledo, & Truax, AVholesalo Druggists, day at the Irvine post office, for n let- had Ohio. a difficulty over a lady's photo tnuay evening will be announced later Mrs. Keau's clear pronunciation and AValding, Kfnnan & Marvin, AVholeter lrom his New Orleans girl, and graph and Carson struck Singleton with enunciation, combined with perfect in salo Druggist, Tolodo, Ohio. Central University to Raise 8100,000. was seriously put out with the single a cane, whereupon Singleton fired at Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal daily mail seryice between Irvine and Carson and Carson shot At the late meeting of the Board ol tonation, fits her for the concert so ly,aetiig directly upon the blood and Singleton, seespecially noticeable, she the Crescent City. By returning to verely wounding him. Tho altercation Curators of C. TJ., Rev. C. T. Thomp prano and mucous sarfaces" of tho system. Testitune and does not get out of monials sent free. Price 75c per bottle Richmond ho hears from Miss by occured in Singleton's art gallery, and son, pastor of Mt. Horeb and Bethel sings in pitch. Sold by all Druggists. every train, N., S., E , and W also II tue case was a sensational one. on ac churches, was elected Financial Agent There was no .physical exertion or Hall's Family Pills aro the best. Ira W. & C. to assist Dr. Blanton in raising an ad count of Major Carson's prominence, forcing of the voice and no more Prof. Van Norman entertained the and the fact that his companion. Col ditional endownment of $100,000. Mr. voice produced than was consistent Prandennial Club on Tuesday night. Allen, was sligbtly wounded by the lhompson is one of tho ablest and with the beauty and requirements of most attractive ministers in the Synod The subject of discussion was the Elec shot fired at Carson by Singleton. and will devote his best energies to the the solos. tivo System For The Judiciary, led by Mr. Abramowitz subordinated hia work. Republican Convention. . President Paxton in a strong speech faithful ren Dr. Blanton has already secured $10, technical brilliancy to a against that method. At ten o'clock The Republicans of Madison held a privately, I will dering of tho composer's, poetry in Having sold part of my farmmy place, known sell to the highest bidder, at the members and guests repaired to long and spirited convention here on 500 from two friends of the University Simon's Berceuse nnd that zephyr-lik- e Oeorge Ballew farm, 6 miles from Richas the Joe s where was spread a very delight Saturday to name delegates to the 3rd who have already given liberally to fcneoro of Reynard's Berceuse, his treat- mond, near the Big HiU pike, on the supper, eqoal to the pre- District Railway Convention to bo held . I. . institution. AVe are glad . to know ment of the Zigennerweisea of Snrasate ful .1 n t e' .1 t vious elegant spreads of the club. The here Tuesday, May 2. Hon. J.' "W. Cawas fitted with the greatest delicacy of perton was elected Chairman and Dr. T. A. Bracken whom Dr. Forinan feeling aud a tone that was absolutely next meeting will take place with Dr, The following property, viz: 15 head Dunn when the Public Ownership of Messrs. French Tipton and Charles terms a Bulwark ol Presbyteriauism steers, 3 milch cows, one afresh milker, I caressing, color that seemed velvet in is one of the gentlemen referred to. 8 head of some horMunicipal Franchise will bo debated Rowland Secretaries. Tho report of its.richness; in fact his work reminds ses, to or 60male andcorn, 8 or 7hogs, of tlrao-th- v stacks barrels hay. farming implements and machinery. Four weeks benco the subject will be the Committee on Resolntions was mo very much of tho great Marsick. farm wagonl spring wagon, 2 buggies and Awarded adopted except its list of delegates, the Monroo Doctrine. v everything was so polished, refined, li some asrne&s. x win oimj uuer fur saie or ihal Highest Honors World's Fair, and finished, tho playing of these, un sixty (60) acres ot grass land. Terms made Over iu Lancaster tho other night which wero not altogether satisfactory known on day of sale. to the convention, and it required fetter emotions that are rarely aroused, "tho boys" had a heap of fun initiatwig J. H. Crawford. but when so done, expression in lana "student" into a secret order, tho much time to get up a list to suit the "V. H. Pan wirr, Auctioneer. guage seems hushed into silence in my name of which I did not learn, but crowd. This was finally lone. The resolutions "endorse Protection, Gold effort to recall and fasten those beautifrom the "ceremonies" as described by Standard, Expansion; endorco tho State ful fleeing tones. tho victim tbe order must bo young en- Mrs. AValkcr, that most wondorful nc and fresh. Tho victim jot mad about administration and Mr. uavison: Con dorso McKinley for companist, who so often has been called the way he was handled and Bays he demn Democracy from Alpha to upon on very short notice to play trewas put into a literal fiery furnace Omaha, and remain neutral as between mendously difficult piano accompanimade to stick his head into a stovepipe the candidates for Railroad Commis ments in public concert, upon this es full of soot xnd sing "Nearer My God sioner. all other occasion has proven equal to I am ready to furnish Thorootjfcferad Uufct to Thee," was suspended from the cell Capt. Smith did ot, s is reported, 15. The coekwsta tlUt the situation and not alone my own Brahma Eggs at 51 forago are from tka p tltat ing by means of a rape tied to oc too I bought a few weeks lead tbo fight for Wood. The only ef prize bat the, universal expression of visiting took firstShown at New Aptaay u4 LovScvIHe and in nnmberlew other ways was Poultry last year. Oh also tamMi fort made te laMriKt, was by Mt. soloists, lias been one of complete de- Thoroughbred Mammoth Pekla Back "mr at mado to believe that he wm having a Hogg' for Cattoo. $1 for 12. Drake weighs 9 lb., daoaw'Ilba. light' and satisfaction that such'a re- Geo Morgan has a pea of Kord BkMk Isuim- hot time in the old towa that night A feature of the mating wim Judge MOST PERFECT MADE. markable pianist could be found outeMe skang, aadhe will sU a few settings of sjs),; Harrouebarg 8ayMts. l lor 15. ura?f5 la order as retTU Tipton's BM0aIjteMt npcb. was A ) Grape Cream of Tarter Vcwfot. Fm. the larger cities.; b cabwlnwd lor Jer of k-we tboee l$t fell Oar BWeet Awtmonia, Alum or any rther adulterant Finally, la the ro3J tf. er I ratiat to-da22-1to-th- o D. Goodlett, nt his sister's residence, Mrs. Austin Stone, on tho Lancaster pike, age about 19 years. Rainkv. After recovering sufficient ly to be moved from the Infirmary to her home, Mrs. Mary A. Raincy contracted cold on tho trip and died of pneumonia on Sunday at tho home of her husband, Fred Rainey, who, with four children, survive. Funeral on Monday in tue Gentry burying ground. Jokes. At tho. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rucker, near Waco, on Saturday last, Miss Fannie Jones died of the dread disease, consumption. At a party she attended last winter 6he was one of the gayest of the throng, one of the healthiest, one of the most beautiful and popular. But the invisible angel of death marked her that night for his own, and sent a chilling frost to cut down the young flower ere it had fully blossomed into womanhood. Ar largo circle of friends mourn her death and cannot be comforted. Altera touching ceremony by Rev. Hawes, the iuter- ment took place in College Hill Ceme tery. Avio A few years ago tho art of window dressing in Richmond was left to the undisputed possession of the spider and the fly; the only object then being light, Errors K. TJ. Earned Runs Two-base Hit-He 5, 0. TJ. 5. C. TJ. 1. all, 2. Jl R 6 Three-bas- AVild and this Hit V. Chatham. Pitch Spencer 2. Spencer 3, Bigger 2. Ball Stoll, Bigger 2, admitted through numerous small panes of glass. Now expensive plate glass is used and window space is as valuable almost as advertising spaceln the Climax, and an artistically arranged window is as productive was of quick sales as a dapper clerk. Base on Balls Hit by Pitched L.OCAL,. ex-Ri- ch Tadiock. Struck Out By Spencer 11, by Big ger 10.-Left on Bases-- K. U. 2, C. U. 7. pRIYING Double Plays Spencer to Gallager, Stoll to Holden, Bigger to Adams to IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, Tadiock. Batteries Spencer and AVorley, Bag- and you can also say extremely comfortable, when you are ger nnd Tadiock. driving in one of our easy Umpires Greenlcaf, AVoods. Time 2:23. and handsome Buggies and On Satuiday, at Lexington, in pres Phajtons. Our stock of fine ence of only 200 people, Georgetown carriages is unsurpassed for defeated K. 0". Leader says beauty, stA'le, durability and "Kellner, Downing and Craft played general superiority, and we the best ball for Georgetown" AVe are selling them at prices that know Kellner is a professional, and con bear the other two are also. But Kell will surprise you, quality John Donelson. ner is the warmest thing that ever sidered. kicked up dust on our diamond, and if he plays we will, if defeated, havo the SFHF1 US OHE DOLLAR pleasure of seeing the old fellow show t 1M9 tNLttcra ttLSXKTOlB COAL ASD nOOO MDjm w muhimiwu, tho new Btudcnts a specimen of Rich cvu. tiroTK, j mm mond's last summers team. Kellner. a joor freight tuul It college boy! And the woodcock broke depot perfectfount! ly MiUlacxorr ins lace;! Or ptllnl u4 BAR dtm una fon How's This? rer aw or beard AVe offer One Hundred Dollars of, part for any case of Catarrh that can- rKfcllsHT IUKXTmt aitTiAi not beured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. & Co., Toledo, O. F. J. CnENEV $13.00 AVe, the undersigned, have known 1cm the tl 00a. WT WTITCrOROt7UniOFREE F. J. Cheney for tlio last 15 years, and tent ttr IIUA. with or CATALOGUE believo him perfectly honorablo in all rif r freight charges Thli store U size So. Lore nil Ircn. extra financially and un !c2xz3f made from best dJit and grate, business transactions and flues, beary toreri. heaty llnlntrs able to carry out any obligations made Urea orea helT heary UivUned oven door. bandMHoe large You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware,Tinware or Stove line, not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. They are now buying for 9 Miiil? And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock (for tho SpringHrade), that ever came to experRichmond. They have had a life-tim- e ience in the hardware business and they think they know the people's wants. They are prepared to sell you anything in the hardware line for less money than you can get the same goods anywhere. Now when you are not trading with S. & Co., just keep j'our hand on jTour rabbit foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. 2HH2- - 7J5 Re-wa- nl Main Street, Richmond, Ky. fl 8 8 extra and trim mine, hand-tom- e nickel plated orn&mectatlona Urce deep, Tnulne fiUadUli rrelala llertkarurr mU: and lame ornamented base. JMrrt we furnish rK an extra wood rrata. maUn? TIt a periSSLi: A BUDiaG CCA R A3 IK Withd banter, fect deliTMT to TOUT railmiw anri inisnnt, road station. Tear local daaier would charge you tti.00 for such a itore. tbe frnLght It only about tlM tor ...kuninllx uvaUHMiktbuiliaOO. .ArldreH. By an old Gardner and milker. Small rtrlr. wages to rijrht man. Address care A. 1. nt inai'15-All persons owing accounts at Gas Margolin's Miller, at this oflico. uf can call at my office and settle same without Wanted ! additional cost. II. COLYEK, U. apr5-4Receiver. SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO.flHCJCKOCO.IU. To buy all dead cattle, both In the citv ca. an iaainai rtaawe. (Stan, Kmm w.i will remove all dead aprS-Sa-a PJmMHNUB,AN TEA cures Djspcp. and county, and charge, for the hidi'". Lr gia. ConKtipation and Indi- - horses without & Fowh i s Headquarters gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cU. store, near L. &at Hurst N. depot. v Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to V. Sam BnooMFiEUi. O. White. rl Receiver's Notice! w "Wanted Situation, U idnivl mm apr5-4- Richmond, Ky. PUBLIC SALE! LAND! Advance Advertisement! Philip Untied go, as Executor of James Kutieoge, will sell publicly on tlio premises 314 miles south of Win chester. Ky, on the Two Mile road near Hanagau Station on the Jj. & N Railroad, on five-cour- SSlTXadies' Thursday, Iprti M, The Maine Commission articles;. Co. ' WATCH THIS EVERY "WEEK. Next week Fleeced-line- d Hose worth 20cts for lOets; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains this week m table linen, napkins and 'counterpanes. Remember DR; at 1 :30 p. m., the land owned by James itntiouge at me time ol His death, con sisting of Dry Goods, Notions and other the name when in doubt. W CREAM BAKING POWDfi Ys tm mf otdfi I, (nov23-ly- ) Cob. Main and Cheaps iie. Said lRnd is in Two Tracts, one con taininR about 106 acres lying on the tm ?CTu mi4 4B eaet side of tls Two Mile road, the u,uj If ,M H balance of the fans being oa tbe vest mmim T mm ml TMtkhiw acver at hmmt ttMt,-cch. side of said road. The farm is one of 1MM II M TT 4mt Ml W KM! Macni-athe best in Clark county ; iteitrly all Mnmi unmcMH, 9f.SO m JSC umaiitMi. acciL to Bruaan MUWKST SAMAIH m tilt Uf, nitmiM.it S44.MM bo ins; in grass. Thero is ft house and mm! rrstckt efcatvas. I ttuJlM M with other Beeeaeary iuHttoveflaeuta oa each mic siavc TuicTAsatwev iHocstraoncTeiti i taitinn.' tract. Tle tracts Mill be offered sepa ' "V." rately tmr men as s wnoie, aim tne bid MiM boa Ifce BsS liiiiml nooa. vmr,Ms Tin loni wmi. irivror Montr Cu accepted Which will produce the rnoet Bund. M u :uastntL or Brvwswr SM Bar- - Im. watiOraaa Rcriwad atm Barren's Pktm. Tm. m ntuw Imm. money. Mmbbtr Moray IAwA fmU 4e a4 baas; aartatms. fill Stos.Qawa. The terms of the sale ot land will be nkm msj wpra, noqy aiaca. uwvoarK crsca TH"" announced on ine iiy oi ine sale. 350 ACRES! THOS. MEIGHEN, Manager, RICHMOND, KY. SEND ONE DOLLAR n a r. lflflHk jjcoj " twi & m rem 4q sxAmm- - !fc ttvi ce cookm ?y ift tor 1 TMouf. . (UhU, CHICAGO, ILL. b . oo. aprWfn ( r f MEN SIA T Auie 1"? Vlj f EW YE OPENERS! SI 25 1 50 75- to -2 m r Having1 bought in very large quantities we are in a position to quote the following LOW PRICES: i bona learner uxioras, j;ongola itid or Call, common sense, size 3 to 8 EE, price $1 00 worth Kadlcs nil solid leather Oxfords, common sense, Coin toe or patent tip, size 2J to 8 E 1 25 worth 'iiuuua extra mco llglll woigllt 1VIU UXIoras. i aek or Tan. Hnnsi nr f!nln Inn Irtil iii patent up, size zj to s u or is, price : , r woilh $1 Ladles' Vici Kid. 2 button low shoes. The Qo," patent tip. vesting top. size 2J to'sE, priT, 1 R0 worth 1 7S Vici iiiu, ian inco sprint neei. Kiu tin. t:om too. s ze2W; to7 E.nrico nHl, T Ladies' Vici juu jn neei or spring heel. lace or button, kid or nntnnt tin. fu tn s n n, v. t rj u.r.rri. i "." i on tvh, Men's now Tan Box Calf in lace or button, all stvlo toes, sizo i to 1 1. !. I) iT.wl n T Men's new Tan Hox Calf, light or dark shade, all 'Rtvln tops, fttzn R 1 An in 1 1 . Tt flnnit 1, Men's Black or Tan, Vici, in ull styles, lace or congreSE. 6 to 11. D, E and EE 3 DO worth men s mac or Jan. vici or win, austyies, size 0 to II. iSanu JS1S ...,r....: 2 (X) worth 00 2 (0 I 7xo .4 t iwi pa 3 50 50 ! ! M if 11 PRICES RICE & ARNOLD, H i to Successors to "WALLACE & RICE 2 Hi if z if FA 4 Busy Bee Cash Store's Bargains .... Nice Dress Ginghams G, 0 and 7Jc yard Fine French and Silk Ginghams to 24c yard Dress Goods, 36 inch wide, stylish, and pretty Cheviot effects 19c yard, worth 35c All-wo- Shrivel up Competiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buyers. Everj'one 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: WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS, AND MISSES' The Richmond Climax, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19, Dr. Hobson, Dentist. "Wantf-d- . o to OUR SPRING nn K 3 CD Reliable Salesman to sell the best specially on the market. Staple article and ready seller, affording large profit. - 1899. No Adsamples or deposit required. dress 926 Majestic Building, Detroit, Mich. Mr. Chaney's Appointment. WE HAYE PLENTY OF COAL, ' And can fill orders Tobacco Canvas lc yard . 2c yard Tobacco canvas, best grade Good yard-Wid- e Brown Cotton 3Jc yard Bleached Cotton . Good yard-wid- e 4c yard 10-UuMcached Sheeting 12c yard Good Bed Ticking 5c yard Bestgrndo Bed Tickinrr 7 to Ho yard Cottonade for hoy' pants 8Jc yard Best New York mills Camlet Jeans . . . . .10c yard Extra heavy Cotton Cassimers 12Jc yard 4 jc yard Best grade Apron Gingham .- Nice Bleached Towels Gc o -- J 3 ca 5 to u a S3 CO 1 v. To our man customers of the past season we extend our thanks for their valuable patronage. To attest our appreciation in a more substantial way a way that is certain to interest all who want to save money we offer for SPRING AND SUMMER, The Strongest, Most Dependable and Fashionable Line op MEN'S AND BOY'S' CLOTHING that has ever been seen in this city, , and at much' lower prices than elsewhere. You do not have to be an expert to trade at this store. ' Because 3rou have our experience and judgment back of your selection. Another great feature that makes choosing easy is our large and exclusive assortment. Our statements are not mere say so, we stand ready to substantiate them with the solid merit of our clothing, which is the only true basis on which to do business. That we are entitled to your patronage, we can easily prove, if you will pay our store a visit. An qualities inspection is all we ask. Our high-grad- e and low prices do the convincing. r. f 3 I o ra I to ra to to I- -O Chancy, in addition to fds duties as manager of tho Hurst Home Mrs. ISlihu Bifrgerstair is very ill Insurance Co., has received the ap-- l nearliod HonsBT pointment of special agent of the MuHon. P. Watt Hardin speaks at tual Reserve Life Insurance Co. with Winchester next Monday. twelve counties for his territory. A Place to go. The Kichmond and Beattyville Railroad is to bo sold again. Some For luscious bananas, ripe apples. how it won't stay sold. Georgetown cob! ice cream-sod- a water, fresh cakep, a. nil nice candies, tobacco and cigars, go to Dinelle, next door to old Post Office. MisSr Tempie Oldham will close cheap her small line of ladies' handker- Restaurant open day and night. pr 19-- 5 in chiefs', underwear and hosiery. Come Broke His Leg. at once. Jeptha, son of Mr. Sheriff Colyer has settled with the stockholders of the Silver Creek. Shelby Jett, of Doylesvillc, fell off a Menelaus Moran Scales Turnpike Co. fence on Monday last, and broke his left leg, above the knee, in two places. for S07Q.97. The little follow bore his suffering like Mr. Lyman Parrish has resumed the a soldier and is getting along nicely. livery business, having bought back tho liarrcil i'lymonlh Rack. outfit from the administrators of the Twenty years a breeder of this one late Austin B. Stone. Have you seen the restaurant and vaiiety, stock better than, ever before. fruit store of A. Dinelle, next door to Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New York. Eggs to 1" setting--. SI. old Post Oillce? Ico Cream soda V. Proctor Knott Cigar. Centre vs. C. U. J. f 5 promptly. Oar Pine Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be excelled. We also handle Hay, Corn, etc. Telephone 21, near R.N.I. S. P TSnnnf fonmu Strictly Cash. Neff& Williams. 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 lip . . . only 75c Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality only 98c 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, Hapkins and .Doilies. They will go very fast at prices named. We are showing 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 largest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay. you to look at them. :a igar. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott A Cuban Relic. ld Mr. J. G. Dunn, of Paint Lick, was presented by a soldier of the U. S. 2d Infy. Regulars, with a bayonet, such as is used on the modern rifles now in use in the army. The bayonet is really a bowlo knife, an3 was from.araong a lot that had been used in the Santiago battle. The blood on the blade is ss dark as a Spaniard's complexion, and Mr. Dunn was told that it was the gen uine gore of a Don. The State Bicycle Conveniion. In our "Ready to Wear" Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Silk and Woolen Skirts, Shirt Waists, Muslin Underwear, Bonnets, etc. Our "Hot Bargain" prices prevail in this Department. 1 See Our Line of Lace Curtains. I Co We Have Just Received "5 COVINGTON & MITCHELL. '3NI200I.S H3H.LV31 J.Y0 to to SOVIH 3HI. The marriage, of Mr. J. Samuel Blaunt, of Lexington, and Miss Nora Digcstos Cuts, wounds, hums, sprains and White, of this city, will, take place on In uisi'S quickly heal if you apply Hal stamped on every one of those wonderUr.l's Snow Liniment. Price, 25cts. and ful little tablets that euro Dyspepsia in Wednesday, April 26, -- nt tho Catholic apr5-lall its forms. 25c at all drugg'sts. Perry & Thomas. church, this city. 'flip German people spend $1,000,000 is to have electric underground Paris The always reliable7up-lo-dal- e and railwnys. daily for liquors. accommodating shoe firm of Bice & Arnold have cut the tops off their prices and haye printed tho figures in their ad. 5o-ts. m SSI! SH?3A 1VH1 ONIE001S ON SI 3H3HJ. Mrs. M. F. Akbuckm:, water, and fruits of all kinds. Silver Crpek. Madison Co., Ky. iu8-3Centre and C. U. meet on the Fiscal Court Meetinq. bloody(') arena here Saturday, and if Tho May term of the Fiscal Court the weather is good a large crowd will will convene on tho first Tuesdaj' in welcome Giovannoli's Martyrs. May. County Attorney, Hon. J. Tevis It is reported that Columbus Cox, Cobb, asks all parties with claims wife and daughter, residing at Panola, against the county to have them ready are in a critical condition from milk for presentation and prompt payment poisoning, dne, it is thought, to cows will be made. oating weeds. m and trust that our citizens will suffi ciently appreciate the significance oi the comingmeetingoftheStato Bicycle Clubs to be held in Richmond some time in June, to encourage the local committees who are engaged in the sucress of the affair. It is distasteful to refer to the material bonefits that accrue to every city where these annual State Meets take place, but it may be Wo Dot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, O) And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino But-(- p termilk Toilet Soap, price 8'c a cake, Mattings, Oilcloths, Curtain Poles, the best Toilet Soap used. We are O) Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing Selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. the largest assortment of these goods We are showing all the new things in to be seen this side of the large cities. Ribbons, New Dress Trimmings, New Our "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarLaces and new Hambergs. Try a pair of our "Topsy" brand Hosiery, they antee for their cheapness. the best in the market. 1 ii u Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. Will Raise Tobacco. Messrs. Clark and. Bush Rice, of Meadow Brook, have sold their 1898 tobacco" crop to Louisville,parties. They nau in three acres and received 51XJ per acre. Teey win nave twelve acres this year. They claim that this better than raising corn at $1.50 per barrel. Fashionable Dressmaker. '- - v'J. S.rsSy to-da- Q " -- wnen you see a man these spring days carrying home a hoe, a spade, a garden fork and a rake, that is a sign that his wife will soon be wearing blis ters on her hands. 1 li if I 5ht One-Four- th Off Clearing Sale will last. By the forelock if you want the h benefit of the One-Eoiirt- On all Heavy Goods sucli as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Hats, &c. OFF Ui Tk mm, Frbker. Cletkier, The Sioer, The Matter, TLe I8i Miss Tempio Oldham's millinery- -' Do not gripe nor irritate the allmen store is a bee hive of industry tory canal. They act gently yet Wiley Acquitted. promptly, cleanse euectually and and an art emporium when it comes to James Wiley, who surrendered after ladles' fashionable headgear. Call and fatally shooting Thos. Murphy, near see her fashionable pattern hats Syloatn church on April 9, was acquitSold by all druggists. 25 cents. Chairman J. B. Chenault has called ted at his examining trial before act God will sprinkle sunshines in tho a meeting or the county committee to ing Judge Turpin on Monday. Self de decide the method of selecting a candi fense Iwas plainly established. How trail of every cloud. Kiley. date for the legislature. Messrs. Wil ever, Wiley and Ins friend, Burton, Many people suffer untold tortures jams and Combs are announced candi were fined S25 each and sent to jail for from piles, because of the popular im pressiou that they can not be cured dates. carrying concealed weapons. labters Jiuckeye Pile Ointment will The 0ddv Fellows to Celebrate Here. warmers around itea House are cure them. It has met with absolute getting along nicely with their corn The Madison Xredge I. O. O- - F., No. success. Price, 50cts. in bottles, tubes apr5-planting. Evio Dozier has planted 25 14, will duly celebrate the eightieth an octs. Perry & lhomaa. Spain exported 3,000,000 pounds of acres, Mooie Brothers, 55, and Ike niversary ot tne order, in tins city, on Forbe, 30. The growing crop of wheat Wednesday next, April 20, at the court raisins to me united states last year. is looking well. Even the most vigorous and hearty house, at 8 p. in. There will be two people have at times a feeling. of wean , , . .1 A delightful event will ho the "Lul public addresses, free to all, delivered . . linn nvfa kiiii iiiMsiiuue. n.i. dispel .i aiiu laby Concert," given by some of our by Hon. Jess T. Gosnell, Leitchfield, feeling take Herbine; it will impart cts, 1'errv most talented musicians on tho even- and Kev. T. S. Hubert, of this citv. vigor ami vitality. Pnce-5npr5-l& Thomas. ing of May 5, at the Temple. The pro The public is cordially invited to attend. gramme will consist of National SlumCapl. Thorpe Resigns. At the present time of the ber Songs in costume, piano iTnd mando Capt. Thos. Thorpe has resigned as quinine used is produced in Java. lin niuhic. Deputy County Clerk, and has been Rheumatism Cured. succeeded by Mr. Henry White, son of Mv wife has used Chamberlain's Pain at Kingston. Candy Pulling County Clerk John F. White. Mr. Balm lor rhuematisro with trreat relief. Tho Bessio Farra Mission Band will Thorpe has bcon in the ofiico both as and I ran recommend it as n splendid givoacandy pullinr at tho Kingston Clerk or Deputy Clerk for many years, liniment fur rheumatism and other household uso for which wo have found High School Building next Saturday and know tho business perfectly. Sc it valuable. W. J. Cnyler, Red Creek, night Public cordially invited. that he will be missed from the place niew lork. Mr. Cuvler Is nnn nf thr lpnilinv mpr- LC3t- that has known him so favorably and chants of this vilage and one of the so long. Between Kichmond andMobcrley, most prominent men in this vicinity. Final Debate at Oanville. Moinlay, April 10, a blue clay worsted V. U. l'hippin, lted Creole Herald. For Sale by Perry & Thomas. vest, size 16. Liberal reward will be The final debate in the apn-ipaid for return of same to this oQlcu or scries for this year will be held in Dan .lore messages are sent bv wire in Jcseo Cobb, Moberley, Ky. ville early in May between Centre the United States than in any other College and Central University Cen country. Lost! tre College Is to submit tho question In tho government building, Satur Mothers! Beware of those secret rob day last, au opened envelopes contain and Central University will have the bers of your bpby's quiet and health choice of sides. Herbert Bronner and Thnpe sleepless nights and long hours ing $10. Libotal reward will bo paid La fon will represent Centro Col ot tiresome vigil are caused by those for return of same to Mrs Sarah Nu Nt. while C. TJ. will lege be supported by ternuio enemies ot childhood worms, gent, Box 88, Richmond, Ky. Destroy and remove them witli Messrs. Tadlock and Abbott. wniies uream verinuuge, 1'rice zo Pocket Book Lost cents. Perry & Thomas. apr5 1m Death Soon Claimed Him Also. On Wednesday last, on tha K. C, Dee Goodlet, a young man who at The Court of Appeals decided that tram or m Hicbironu, a red morocco tended the late Ausi'u Stone at the the local option election at Harrods- gentleman's pocket book, containing time of his death two weeks ago, was burgwas valid. letters addressed to J. M. D. Finder laid low by the same disease on Wed Did You Get up Wreng? will be suitably rewarded if letters and nesday night last. He was in good Take a dose .of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tapurse aro left with Postmaster Willis. health at the time of Mr. Ballard's Honov. discomfort No questions will be asked. death and none would have supposed ing cohl It will relievo thevon to feel or that he would be railed so soon after tho good nil day. cough, mid .It exhilarates the longs 'Looks a Winner. departure of Ins friend Deceased was mo uroncmais. Hon. John B. Chenault, of Richmond only about eighteen years of age, and and eoot lies The only stores in Pckin that have candidate for State Auditor was here was a brother of Mr. Hi eon ore Goodlet glass windows are those of the watch Tuesday in the interest of his can The Willaughby-Cemb- i Tragedy. lidncy. He is a fine looking, genial A very deplorable affair was that be maker?. gentleman, a splendid mixer and looks tween Dr. It. B. Combe and Charles Those horrid fits of dpnression like a winner. Ho made many warm Willougl.by. at College Hill, last Wed melancholy, low spirits, and sudden ir friends here; Jackson Hustler. nesday, whereby Dr. Combs was badly ritability, that sometimes afflict even people, is dne to the beaten on the head and Willoughby re- blood being permeated with black bile "Kcsa Buds" at Ford. Tho Rose Bud Dancing Club has is ceived a pistol wound from which lie Herbine will purify the blood, restore health and cheerfulness. Price 50cb, sued neat invitations to its first hop. to died two days later. It is not thought Perry & Thomas. apr5-lthat Dr. Combs' skull i3 fractured bo given Friday night, April 21, at Mu Prairie fired are burning over hun sic Hall, Ford, Ky. First and 6econd though the cuts from the axhelve ex prizes will be olfered for best dancers tend to the bone, and if erysipelas does dreds of square miles ot grazing land in not set up ho will recover. The trouble Colorado. Owen Walker's band will be there. Alter Exposure ie Tlte Ccld number from this city will attend dates back to last December when Dr. and Mr. Willoughby had a seri anion; them tho second "Henry of Combs or wet take a dose of Dr. Bell's Pine The affair had ou3 misunderstanding. and fortify yourself against Navarre." been amicably settled, it was under- cold. This is one of the most efficacious "Al Tho Proper Time " stood, but unfortunately the matter was romediea known to jience for coughs. colas and incipient eofisnmption. This office feels very kindly toward revived with the above result Dr. Combs is a prominent physician Mr. Joe Oldham for being tho first One boy is dead and five others nrit gentleman to heed our notice to pros in his locality and is a brother of Hon ically ill lis the result of eating wild pective candidates: accordingly, ho W. W. Combs. Mr. Wilioughby, s parsnips in Ohio. brought in the required fl.CO to pay for widely connected and' beekles a wife, WhftA Ywr 'THrMt Cli$ that 'At The Proper Ti me" leaves several brothers. It was believed o; feel raw aad rough, nothing gives this notice ho will announce for Assessor, snhjecf yesteuday that Br. Combe, whose cob such prompt nu cKectunl relief as 'r A wonderful to tho action of the Democratic party. dition Ins pliyuicMin, Dr. Harrm, pro Bell's HO has been too faithful a worker to uoutrt-eunsafo to allsw him to be remedy for coaghs, cokls and iron chlfti HfTeeticHw. BI5wnt to the tusio have his claims turned down without moved yet, will ive Itmd w hfe p- - hvm- - &HIrtg in mult 254 sfi dru duo consideration. StnfM. 1U 00 MMUtftt, Madame Boulander-IIamiltothe accomplished dressmaker, had no trouble in securingsuflicient orders here to put her full force of seamstresses at woric. mine, iiamuton lias rooms opposite the post office and asks that the Climax notify the ladies of her ability to do the flneefcwork. n, necessary to do so to convince some persons that it is to their interest to co operate with onr boys and see that the visitors are properly treated. The only expense, probably, to our citizens will bo in the way of premiums, and to fur nlsh them a nice fund must be raised by subscription. Don't turn the gen tlemanly beggars from your door, bo cause they will bring thither several hundred visiting bicyclists who will remain in our midst three days and, of course, scatter ten times as much money here as wo may contribute to the Buccess of the races. We have placed on sale the "Bed Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We carry everything in favor this seaQet our Hot Bargain Prices on this son in this department, line before purchasing elsewhere. Bespectfully, i - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN - Hood's Pills Qewb Comfort X7$ 7$ ?( ft 7W I 7W 7W A Sr1 - m PUSHING AHE AD WITH VIM 7 IF 1 m km VIGOR V two-thir- Offering the newest Spring Goods of Surpassing Quality, Style and at Prices that show plainly there's -- MONEY TO BE SA VED et t f rin VjtUUUO 1 inter-collegia- to ' By buying your Ladies' and Men's Pine Footwear and Gent's Furnishing .. ! r j Tl r 9wri US. finuiirn wiUI ti ifi Jii IVIlklll J . hi.utt i nnirmnn r c ft t m at r inii1 H UtUV XI) Ul J UCi(ll llIlCllll JO VUIlipiULU til ill y IllIll i Kt i UK snowing you tnrougn. a 1 1 I J 1I Vi ii A 1 1 ' '.' i 71R Jk . : A . (T JL L , &&W &wA hzz us before, Wvi$ dsaxjoWe.. at DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & COMPANY. 207 WEST MAIN STREET. V 3& ns y r- W V W Ml W WW To Care 4 Mj M MV . f sn B 9 good-temper- m BUer Than Precept. Those sententious proverbs, or old saws, wiiicti are useii as prenxes to an 01 tile I loot l fcarsflparina auvertisiug in tliousandd ot papers inrougnoui mo country, are evidence of a now and dverlising orignal style of dinnlny alio noon both pleasing enecuve. Arm is to be congratulated on so clever ly adapting such wisdom as has filtered Another down through, centuries. charming thing about this Hood adver tising in unique iype,meyare uaiug. Example is Safe-blowe- rs April Showers Wash away the filth and waste that imtdp a fair haul at Christianehnrg. Tar-Hon- I was rciuiing an' aJvertisoinent of Chamberlain's Cone. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enterprise recently, 'which leads me to write thi. lean truthf ally say I never used any remedy aijual to it for colic and diarrhoea. I Eitvo never had to i)r two doses to cure use more than the worst case wltn Bivseit or clitiuren. W.A. Strod, PiliHJHii.ke City. Md. For sale by Pwry AjThoniae. apr5-Ue have accumulated during winter In like manner Hood's barsapanila expel from the blood impurities that hnve been deposited during tliejeason when there has been 'jnt little perspiration jiud perhaps constant confiuenient in impure and vitiated nir. It is a boon to tired mothers, housekeepers, teachers and others who spend their time1 indoors. Tt gives the blood richness and vitality, fitting it to nourish and strengthen the nerves, muscles and all the great orcans of the body. It curesall spring humors and banishes that tired feeling. It is tho best medicine money can buy for ail diseases caused by impure or "impoverished blooid. Yon should begiii taking it apro-lNine-tenth- s of the sowing machine used throughout tho world are made in the United States. to-da- y. m a t'nhl in O.ie Hay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it failr o cure. 25c. The genuine has L. It. Q. ou nov9-0each tablet. It is said that 100,000 persons in Ixn-do- n work all night. m For coughs nnd colds there is no si effective as Coussan's Honey of Tar. It Ih tho ideal remedy. Price, 35 cents and 50 cents. Perry & npr lm. Thomas. medicine Des Moines has women butchers. CM in Tho Head is ono of the most distressing-- and discomforting of maladies. It causes loss of slesp. If neglected, it- - terminates in that most obnoxious of all diseases catarrh of the head or throat. Dr. Bell'a will cure it in one night. All druggists. A White. and Saamer Complaluu. t'rlcc, 25, Cents. Sold by Perry & Thomas Successor! to W. G. CUBAN RELIEF cares nuMi.M4 ColI' KenmlRiB Toothscno r 3 lifSrS vlnnvera!nuti. Four Stomach 3 Riches, perhaps, do not so often produce .crimes as incite accusers. Johnson. Jioekefeller's income is $40,000 a day. ie A word from the wise should he sufficient, bnt you ask, who tire the wise? Those who know. Tl-- oft repeated exe word to the wise is sufHcienfand n For postal ciwds l,!Hele tor. oi l-- Pine-Tr-JIc-n- y. cu PlaiHrs Cute, matisHj and Sold hf Petty G. White. pfw isBly. Sor.i r Sm usee 2,-0- AN OIL cnr Vrtw. 25 cent. VVIwh Traveling Whether on pleasure bent or business, tgke pn ovary trip a bottlo of Syrup of jtygn-- t a it acts mosL pleasantly atwl effectually on Che kidneys, liver and hewek, preventing fever headaches ami other fwms. of pirkives, FoT m! ta'M) Bts lAttles hv ull leAdlne drus- Mwmfjtetured by tho CnWi4 perience of trustworthy persons may tie taken for knowledge. Jlr. W. ii. Terry says Chamlierlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other in the lrnwket-- lie Iihs been iu Elkton, Kv., for the druiK 1ks)hin twelve ywrnS; hmtaoUl hundreds !f hot ties of this remedy nd ery till other rmKlIcitM mHufactred. which stKww cotKsUwMreir that .Chamberlain's to the is th ' nmi atrtwMetoryitlT.. T. .. Tlpeople,, twt w tlberC V--l. t Tetter, and Kczcma. The intense itching and smarting inci deat to tbese diseases is instantly allayed by applyfeg Chamberlain 'a Eyo and Skin Ointment. Many very bad -- hoot have beea permanently enred by it. It la equally efficient for itching piles end a favorito remedy for sore aiiiplrs; chapped haads, chilblains, frost biles aad chronic sore eyoe. 25 cts. per boz. Salt-Kltcum coh Br. CWyV CecalMieft PowJcr, ara juat what a bone, seeds when in bivl-ooditi- 'rfj-ltt- j Toeie, blood parities end They, are not food bntl Tenaifng, medicine ami tlte best in rise to pnt a hone, fat peine octKio!. Prk) X 3fftoperMtaf. i i Ife-g- r.m-- J ,iir i if mn r i n' 1 "iiflnlii Mnmiiiii Is: K -- Wanted-ndhit An Idea SP&SSg MK ot two hcndrcd taTcnUon. Trained. jli iSB R, N.-1-, & B. R. ja.-aff,1..SV.V, P.M. A.M. S R. W.pi STlilSpff F Pl?3Wi& josszxasx Here's Yr Chance. folio-rin- ttwv Hi I ff 1 Cl "Ct"Ty "VT'tjr Tho CuMiX wants flvO llUIircd liew 0 subscribers by the first otlhenowyear. 4 "Until further notice tho he offered to subscribers. will if VH i .) l: WZZfr jf'ya'C : WWM W3Wm T&jg$M Versailles Nicholasvllle . Valley View-Million A.M. 10 22 11 02 11 28 11 41 11 5S 12 12 12 52 735 8 00 8 13 ,i 10 00 10 Richmond. Union Mobcrley Brassfleld Panola Irvino 1TCST P. M. 13 IS 30 12 35 1 05 830 25 10 40 11 35 EaJSliSSffiM An 33xcellent Combination. The Climax and The Week- S ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. J The Climax and the Home m f If You cod-live- anmZarn'th? BOOKU. - Bx San1 Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSnn No. 2 No. 4 NoT8 "ttoTlO A. M. 11 1 1 1 Irvine PanoU A.M. P.M. 200 2 2 2 2 S 25 Union Richmond. Million Valley View NicholaBvlflc nrasbfleld Moberley 30 t 6 OS 6 20 m Versailles 6 SS 7 40 41 47 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 55 05 20 45 " ' 2 15 3 00- 3 21 4 30 G 10 A. M. p7m. P. M. P M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains to and Irom Cincinnati. J W. KOCK. Train Dispatcher. W. II. ADAMS, Superintendent. lifarrtorifln Iripa Who can think of some simple ihln. inmtMill Protect your Mea: they may bring you weaiin. JOHN WKUUEKUuiia ieri rwublagton. D. Cfor tbelr 13 prise offer amlllst o two bundred lnrentlons wanted. h3 ta r1 H w "A 5 2 o B O ;::3: 2 p no a 9 r s a. I A The pleasant method undbeneficial euccts pi ine weu ltnown remeuy, Srnur ok "Flos, manufactured by the California Fiff Sybup Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post,-- $3. tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting The Richmond Climax and them in the form most refreshing tQthe Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Jou- r taste and acceptable to the system; It is the one perfect strengthening laxa- nal, both for one year $1.G0 tive, cleansing the system effectually. dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and "Weekly gently yet promptly ana enabling one Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from TliqCLiiiAX and Ohio Farm, every ofiicctionable quality and sub stance, and its acting on the kidneys, $1.90. liver unu uowcis, vviwiuub wcuituiiiug or irritating them, make it the ideal The Climax can also fur laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs nish any paper published in are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the the United States or Europe remedy are obtained from senna and at reduced rates. other aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fio Sybdp WHY TRUSTS ARE FORMED. Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company The hypocrisy of the organs ot gold printed on tne iront 01 every package. xnonopoly in denouncing trusts mocks CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. the intelligence of the people. The inBAN THAN CISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. HEW YOHH. N. T. dustrial trusts grow out of contractions For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c per bottle. of tho volume, of money to gold alone. y Inasmuch as the volume of money in circulation and the property for sale are reciprocally the supply and demand of each other, economists agree that a sihrnking volume of money forRANGES ces down the general rango of prices. Persons engaged in any particular an5-l- and either Cosmopolitan, Munsey's the or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. The Climax and the Louis- - $ Eg HI itionuay. 'm. T Xexingtoi., Fayetta county Becond da pj. women 1 -p----- K L,vllteiyloWu.irdMod.y. Mnie,jcm.enty,tbw Wdlcs, j0tgm IfFSsLUwIkftll 'fTTi!fjlir bM a I M i: ,lSHHk H about SCOTT'S EMULSION 9 andha'e a vague notion a V r oil with 6 that it is its bad taste and smell and ail its other repulsive feae tures. It is cod-livpurest and the best in the world, but made sctfpalata- ble that almost everybody Nearly all can take it. children like it and ask fori more. er may have heard f Monday. I dfonl county, fourth : ' I I 2 j I I I S"aWM il ft 1 J L lBhW try I A M jl A JJa. lav 1;I ftB Qil' UE-n- Wt r I fSP i 1 ' M P J 1, ffi m Soffit4 B S aF Juonuay. . I . Henry Koehlcr & Company, I is trie dcsi lorremaie iroQiuu. uorrccia uni I Irregularities In Female Ort?ans. STiould be I l. I1 1 1 11. nnH lu.fnmrkllJ.Urtk.l ''oia Tlie" RraS-le- s liavo stoo.1 the I J Hanfc J i bh. . HHiSsWa j a- A IM - DY -- oil.-th- looks like cream; it nour ishes the wasted body of the baby, child or adult Perry Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, Q. & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decB-lWhite. Dry or Green. Write them.' ' apro-Oi- n A lawyer was an All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. Irish woman, the point under inquiry AtfjtiK tho relative position Qfthe doors. Wtiulows, and so forth, in a house in wmyii a certain .transaction r.au occur-rnd. ''And now, my good woman." tho lawyer said, 'itvill you bo good enousdi to tell the court how the stairs run in your house?" The witness replied: "Shure, whin I'm oopsfalra they run down, and whin I'm downstairs they Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., in vite' correspondence with Jlill men who havo lumber 'for sale. buy Wltm UA- - MMM I IU ht - n n m rr--s-B, aaLlBSSSr i fc lfi I ntvanH V llBE IJfflg Vr runoop.l". A movement is- on foot to build an Electric Railroad from Lexington to - better than cream or any other food in existence. It bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk. If you have had any experience "just as with other good" preparations, you will find that this is a fact. so-call- -- 135- Richmond by way of Clay's Ferry, and it is intended afterward to build it to Winchester and other neighboring towns. The object is to divert trade to Lexington. AVe already have ample facilities for reaching Lexington, and as for the trado. our merchants can take care of it. Winchester Democrat. ' Ring oat tho oia Ring oat tho false 'i Y Ring in the new Ring in the true " XTa aovoav. UtW WT iy IU Jrtwt ttiA nwu inrl tnii frnm thft l' plney forests of Norway DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey ECOPMIST 1 rei In 1 1 K "3 r -- t3 i : ra a z, K 5 3 a. P O sag a s: a a o W o5oo ooo csceBSSS oosa3BO3 3 ? :s5 cl ha S3 W S 3 m o o u 05 ci- & & . w 2SH33S2 ggSS DR. CALDWELL'S Roofing, Guttering and General Job Work. Syrup pepsi S CURES INDIGESTION. II A! manufacturing or other industrial pursuit find themselves embarrassed by a constant shrinkage of the value of their products. It is natural that they should make all reasonable efforts to save themselves from ruin. The only available means at their command to resist the eflecta of falling prices is to unite with all others engaged in the same pursuit, and thus monopolize the product, fix the price and save them selves from loss. When .all business enterprises are consolidated to resist the baneful effects of the single gold standard, it is probable that about five per cent, of the people will flourish in tho gold oligarchy and its subordinate trusts. The ninety-fiv- e per cent, who are outside of these great combinations may not all become beggars, but they will be impoverished and will be com pelled to serve the few in order to be allowed to eat the crumbs which fall from the tables of the rich. National Watchman. LEAP YEAR. The hypophojphites that arc V oil combined with the cod-livgive additional value to it became they tone up the nervous system and impart strength to ths whole body. 9 A 50c. and $i oo. all dru-gi- s. SCOTT & ISOW.Nh, Chemists, New York. w A The New York Tribune ouo of the strongest administration organs has repudiated Secretary Alger. Tho paper eays Alger is largely re$ponsib!e for tho terriblo beef scandal, and hasinflu" enced the President to defend Eagan, whoso' scntenco was unquestionably righteous, aud it furthct says tho interest of the party demands that Alger get out. Howard Gratz, a veteran Kentucky editor, advises women to carry pistols to protect their lives and honor. Many of them do this anyhow. Didn't the wife of a prominent Jackson lawyer once let go at an intruder on her prem iscs, and it had a .salutary effect. I Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to fa 1 MM ' all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus is cut out; tho rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. Cure for coughs, colds and n a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive i it w OURTEEN TO SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS STOPS HIS HEART. Frank G. Gandall gtve an' exhibi-bitio- n last week of what he. could do with his heart in Dr. fJ. G. Mason's jflicc, at 1G3 State street,"Chicago. Ho started m by increasing the number of beats..- any remeuy 'equal to lir. Bell's It gives quick and permanent relief Dr. In grip as weU as coughs and colds. Itm&lcrs weak lnncs strong. Mrs. JL A. Metcalfe, rcaucau, ajjr. For sale by Terry & Thomas, successors to W. ft AM 8S YEARS OLD. and never used Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes ' BE SURE YOU GET Bsli's d. White. Pint-Tar-Hon- ty k In Effect December 5, 1893 1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. p.m. a.m. 2 Ou 2 55 tt 5t 1 6 7 II 42 6 16 Winchester 8 30 Maysrille ... 5 10 8 40 . Paris 17 tleorgctown " 7 50 4 28 3 40 Lvc. 7 00 Ar. rranKioii It Ask lor tickets via Paris. J. R. NEWTON, Q. P. A. 6 20 7 09 S 45 9 39 10 28 11 24 Lve. Richmond ... .Ar. p.m. 1 p.m 7 20 " " " ' 10 . Skills Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. d Ohio Ivkii 6 7 3 4 55 33 00 50 WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville. Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited H. V. V EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom am am pm pin 11 . . Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sun dflv. Other trains run dallv. Through sleeping and dining car service to 9 15 am 5S am 6 30 pm a 23 pm New York. tallonorwnte For information, rates or sleeper reservations u. iiuuu, Agem Kicnniona, Ky. OEORQE W. BARNEY, or D. u. A. C. & O. lty.. Lexington, Ky. in.uy., EASIER THAN EYEB. The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail' road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier man uver" to reacn an pomis in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and NewOrleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Brer" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is tho only lino which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly I'allmaa I our lit tar lor California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday .8 18am Arr McmnhisFridav. .7 45pm .. Arr New Orleans Friday 8 10pm Lve New Orleans Friday & 45am .. Arr Houston Saturday .4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday ... -- . a iDnm Arr Blpaso Snndar 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday .... .5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday . . Tin it Tie Trie Witter Eoite tt Cilifom'u. Parties desiring make a comfortable trip to tne territory mentioned win cio wen to com municate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen ger Agent, lxmisvuie, liy. Wa. Alpohd Kkixokd, A O. P. A., A. II. Hanson, G P. A., Lonisville, Ky. to, Chicago, 111. dcc29-l- y SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Schedulo in rUect O c- 18. 1808. , EAHTOOUN'I). Na 1. No.5. No.3. 7.40am; 3.3Upm 7.45pm I.v Louisville ... V.UUam; S.0t!pm 9.07pm 7T Shelbyvillo. . .50pm .S5am 5 S5pm Ar La'renccb'c-- . 10.10am 6.17pm1 lO.Oiipm Ar Versailles.... ... iaCxim ft. 45pm Ar Loxlnston - (IN KENTUCKY 1 WKSTBOUSll. No. No. 4. 7730am 4.S5pm 5.15am I.v Iexington . . Ar Versailles. . . 7.ram 4.52pm 5.37am 5. 1.ium 5.55am Ar La'renceb'g. Ar ShelbyviUc.. v.lSum 6.05pm 6.32am ... ia40am 7.35pm! 7.55am Ar Loulnvllle Trains Nos. 1, 2. 5 and 0 carry Free Observa tion Chair Cars between Louisville ana Lex ington EASTUOl'SD. WESTCOCaU. Within eight more centuries leap year will havo become a relic of tho present time, liy that time the extra 11 days lost to make up tho changes 1 4 from the old Julian calendar to that of the present day will all have been duly accounted for, and the world will rnnaround in just 365 days, and no FOR'. more, ine ladies oi the coming cen 1C 1 T - .1 4 tury will be forced to devise- - some . ana. Tt.tviu;nv ou.. other scheme for forcing tho unwilling swain to take a wife. Nineteen bun A Frightful Ulmuler"' wired, while one of the even years end Six of the best Fire Insurance ComWill often cause a horrible Burn, panies in the United States. Losses paid ing n quartette, will not be a leap year promptly. simply because in arranging tho dates Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica it was purposely left ouf, says the Cin Salve, tho best in the world, will kill In the Prudental, you are offered the the pain and promptly heal it. Cures best Life Insurance attainable, and on cinnati Enquirer. the most approved plans. In Accident The ladies lose their privilege again Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Insurance we again give the best. We will not transact business with irresponin 1000, but though there will not be Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. sible companies. 26) Second Street, many of those who sec 1900 who will Best Pilo euro on earth. Only 25 cts. a UpStairs. seo 2000, the latter year ending a fourth box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per1 century, will be a leap year. In this ry & Thomas, Druggist. way tiiree days are retrenched in four STATE C. E. CONVENTION centuries, and the remaining seven days will be made up in a little over Will tie Held at Madisonvillc, Ky., May 19 800 years. After that calendar years For Bale Privately ! to 21, 1899. will bo liko solar years, and errors in Tho citizens of tTiat lfospitable city calculation of time will occur no more. are making great preparations for the The loss of leap years will in thous I will offer for sale privately my House and entertainment of "the Ninf irfStafe'0."E. Lot situated on the corner ot North and 7th ands of years affect the seasons, but Convention. Streets, back of A. It Burnam's property. The house has seven rooms, good cistern, sta- probably the mathematicians of tho They are enthusiastic. ble and other necessary outbuildings; the lot centuries hence will be so expert in This conveutioiuwill be tho best the contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be , handling figures and making' calcula State lias ever had. The program is reasonable lor earn. WILLIAM ENGLISH, tions that they will have no difficulty the most complete ever furnished. nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. iu keeping things going correctly. Such men as William T. Ellis, Philaspent last summer in an obscure delphia, Pa. ;' James Lewis Howe?Lex- placo in the Virginia mountains.'said ington, Va.; Z. T. Sweeney, formerly a Washington business woman one day of Richmond, Va.; and William a ah ni T Mass., as well as somo of the lately, "and I look with me a maid j i it' t most finished speakers of our own OLIOO whose home was somewhere near. One day she came to me and asked for a State, have been secured for addresses. E. O. Excell will conduct the music. M:kcs day's leave. I asked her where she was Madisonville extends a cordial invitte Bhe very proudly drew from going, and Weak her pocket a sheet of paper on which tation, entertainment free. Every Slrooj. The Great Sowas written with a superabundance of member of all the Young People's cieties of the State should attend this flourishes: "Miss Selina Jackson re la now nlllitn cny reach ofricry American spectfully requests tho honor of your convention; it will bo a spiritual feast. iU days IruUlneiit u positively guarnnuxil to cur the most cmnpilcaiHi cao o( Zvervons IJeblllir, oi company at tho funeral of Miss Auiauda Clemency was extended on ThursWasting It nets imwerfully and iiuliklr. New .Man. Pliv.Irnllv lVrfrr:. in llie rmull Juliana Jackson, Friday morning at day afternoon by Gov. Bradley in the oflhr iihc nf iE(EEUO. Vomi; men will re ten A. M. Compliments of the corpse." case of W. S. Lloyd, Henry Hall, H. gain tliclr lost manhood, ar.d Old Jlcn will recovri their jootlilut visor. It Invlgnralcs and restores tt Clay McKee and Walter Harper, all of lull llroau'l lzor. nil sufferer from Seminal Weak The Times Tattler answers a query as Montgomery county, charged with bet nesses, Iinpotcncy. Vnrlcocel, Sncrmaltorhen, Msmiy rutssionn, kost tiram ana Hascmar rower, follows: The wearing of a short bicycle ting on elections In 1893, by which they Weak Memory, Wakefulness, Kill Dreann, Deapon. ncy. Lick of and all i fTcru of wlf. skirt dependsfor effect upon tho makewon $700. The Governor gave the fol almse, or MTua! excess nad Indiscretion, which nnfits up of tho wearer. If yon cannot head "lowing reasons for his action: one for busl.ics. study or ma it la;". IILUKXHUO goes at once to tlu roct vt t'n c.scase Inat Is why sheep la a lane and your underpinning "No steps have been taken asainst It curev It U Iho rreatPM Nerve Tonie In the world elIonnndrcstorCT looks like a capital O in perspective. any of the persons betting on .elections that Is why K'gl-.ithe Fire of Youth. It li n m irvcloos Illood Purishun the short skirt and use lead weights in Montgomery county except tho ap fier Uiat Pi why tho PInli corner hark lo Some men a cheek. InsUtuimn having KLCKMiltO. In windy weather. phcants. A suit wasiirought against Can be carried In mt potkt. Ky mall 1.00 per scared mighty easy. Ikit, h Mx for fs5 ');). c cheerfully refund them by the persons claiming to havo the monrv where tlx linxes do not effect a cure lost the money, in which the petition Circulars free. Atidrcss tho American Office of P.nRREAIIY MCniPAl fn 025 Columbus At. ers were successful, and another lias uuuui-rt-jHll.uiunt.uui NEWYCRK. been brought by the Commonwealth on For sale in Iticliniond by Perry & Thomas, the forfeilurc. Tho said forfeiture is jLiruggisis. sept21-lnow remitted aud" tho applicants granted a pardon "Courier-Journa- l " &YRUP PEPSI gl CURES CONSTIPATION.I DR. CALDWELL'S This Account Says it Will be a Thinn Un known After The Year 2700. S. F. Rock, t i I "She's jumped 10 beats; 00 now," whispeTed Dr. Mason, with a glance at his watch. "One hundred; 120 and 13S," he wont on for the benefit of his hearers. The pationt's eyes were half closed by this time, an'd tho veinson his forehead were bulging to a bursting point. His neck worted convulsively, and littlo gasps, not ot pain, however, escaped from his parted lips. "That will do," said the physician. "I can't count .them any faster than that. It's 108 now." Their he showed he could stop the beating of his heart entirely. ho "Is it beating moroslowly-?asked soon after. "A little over 20 a minute approxi mately," said Dr. Abbott, with, a look of wonder on his face and curiosity in liis gaze. By the doctor's watch the throbbing of the heart ceased entirely for 30 seconds. At the expiration of this time it resumed its normal func ' tions. Louisville Post. Jackson Hustler. A Narrow Escape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada ErHart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken with a had cold which sottletl on my lungs, cough sot in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave iuo up saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my frionds on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's Now Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. I gave it atrial, took in all, eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy wo man." Trial bottles free at Perry aud Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c and $1 00 guaranteed or price refunded 1 Charles E. Douglas. Geo. D. Simmons. ood 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. WWW Rockers, Side Boards9 Lamp StaxidaS, Umbrella. Ghiffomaens9 3? Cigars costing a sovereign (about $5) each are regularly smoked by a few Frames, HX'tC'j ill 5$ of London's most extravagant set. They are considerably larger than weeds of the usual size and are tdado of tobacco which is absoutely . without flaw. tito9 Jtto - i e2-i- wnat is iinuoubteuiv tne most ex pensive tomb ever erected for a private individual is the splendid mausoleum erected in GrconwooilaeGTometery, Brooklyn, to the memory of John Mackny, the California millionaire. It cost over $300,003. Four swcot lips, two puro sbuls, one . Cite ap, Attractive. WE.ARE THE OLD AND ..- - .. undying affection these nro love's in- grediouts.for akiss. Booeo. 3 s ul RELIABLE FIRM, ne who would pass his declining years with honor and comfort should, when young, remember that ho may one day become old aud remember when he is old that he has been once young. Addison. - -- Rl QENERO r- The bullet which killed Lord Nelson at Trafalgar is still preserved. It is mounted in a crystal locket and reposes in a crimson bag with gold tassels. nid mffirMfl l. h u u n u n n r n u ffj i i Mil EJnJ II iiiLrfH&t, W .1 m n r zz'ti YiSW MVU)Utittl fiTrri ni imr arr,i nnniifi V liniliflfc. ii A aa TSV BIGGERSTAFF etve a: Mr -- Oil! NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 m m m b be m BL. bi m ibbi BcaV BS hi aa an MI H n MU. I I av n" a 1 Shaw,-Boston- , I5 THE BEST in Construction, the Most Economical in tho uso of fuel, and tho The Coliseum at Rome was built Most J'erfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet been produced. by Vespasian to accommodate 100,000 Wo have secured tho exclusive agency for this line of Ranges and will be spectators. It covors 5j acres and was pleased to show them to you. Sizes, Styles and Prices to suit everybody. 120 feet high. Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn. Burns. kbk a.: a.. Wr u w w rrrr. u -t -- a y ir rr s accsssoooQacesooasosaiseosxcaoacoaeesiieso aoaaoaa.aoaa. SUM (,,a,i,,n,,,,,a,B,a,e,ae a a ..;.c ' The Cash Hardware House, : DOUGLAS & SIMMONS, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Harrows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farming Line. mchl-l- y Blacksmith Supplies. WITHlSDa HDH, cut this ad.ouinnd.end to ui, and ne will MndTounllR MMM UKAUtUnuriiAEIfttl tilXEl 5LWSU MKCHIHt ajiraietii. u. u. aaaject Im ! loumiQuuniQe jour aa irciKaf uupob aiiu reprwrniea, lounu prneciij ..ui.ei.rr, exactly I. nteal.ti olatra Mil a. kirk aa tCO.OU. aaS Till. 6UHItST itiP.UHJ 100 KTKK 11I111D Or, pa; ireuaianaiuur special otter pneo la")u and trelsht charge. The machine welcha 130 ponnd. and thei frelffbtvlll aremze 73 centa for ...h &tmllM GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIAL In your own hocicanO e will roar ILsiO any day you are not aatuned. We .ell air. ferret nake. aad arade. or Srala; JlaeUaeo at 48.10, C1U.00, Sll.OO, (i:.O0aadar, all Tally durlld la Oar Frr. gehc a.eklna (UiltrH. M Sis.sq ifwuii DHOP DESK CABINET HUHDIOK la the greatest value ever offered by anyxiouse. 8a." a.. a.. a.. a.. CASH On and after January 1st, terms will be 1899, ...aoO a, ..,($ (O a,60 aoOO a0 JO OO O e. a.. e... a.. our GOsa.. Oea... o Oa... aQ C) e,o.. a SPOT-GASH- !" We have attempted to run our business by col- -' lectiiyj our accounts the first of each month, but have ' been" unablo to collect ahem all o,I) ...ass (p afi C'o:in.U-nre- SEtiD MONEY e.l ,nr um ,r.jgL ' iu ii Soo... 9a... a.. 6,o.. Oa... Oo... t'tr-f'il- A Tcrtlimenta, offering aaka.wa n BEWARE OF IMITATIONS H SST in No. 13. 3.pnil iKa ll.l 7.4"jain l.v Louisvil Ar r..5fipm, 9.55amAr IarncbrgAr 6.45Din H0.4.lmIAr Ilarodll'Arl 7.00pmll0J5aml.r Uuntlu..Lvl BASTDOUnn. station's. No. 12.' No. 14. 7.35pra ia0am 5.10pm 8.10am 4.25nm 7.20am 4.15pml 7.10am Wfieefef & Wilson SevlM Machine. Na 15.tNa67.! 3.3iipm 7.40am Lv liulsvll Ar 10.40am 7.35pm 6 02pm .0am Ar Shelbvil Ar 9.12am 605pm C.17pm 10.10om;Ar Vondles Ar 7.50am tispm 6.40pm ILIOamlAr Midway Ar 7.30am 3.38pm stations. wESTiionna Na It tNa68. Thunder and lightning, though, natural operations, area cause of .great alarm to many. It is seldom any per. son is taway'irom is only a symptom not a So are Backache, disease. Nervousness, Dizziness and the Blues. They alltome from an unhealthy state of tho men- Tartn-Wrllo Inducements. BKU1BLX WHO ABE SOT. a 1 fLJ? BlIDmatT PUIsMimi PElECTSOrKOIE. at aiaeklaea under Tarlons suunes, with frlead la Calearo aad lean wka ar. E0DKRT lxrROTEIITT. EYERT GOOD rOUT 01' ITEKT B1BH CRIIIE KtClllltK UDZ. WITH THE SIAWKI1VTIIBI1EST1IAKKK 151 AMF.K1CA. -it- has ercrr HIUVL n &AWHP OAK ce... a Oea. S,o a.. ids... a.. a.. a.. V o are thcreforq promptly.. compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay caslijifor.our goods, and will endeavor to make it to tho interest of the trade to do busiuess with us. We havo a nico line of'staplo and Fancy .Groceries, Quccns-nrarand Glassware, Sc. Give us a call, examine our stock mid get prices. Ooods exchanged for couutry produce aCO 09 aceS ..OR oo ..SO SO ...OO '.St) SO ad ..so ...cO ..SO ..on ..co ...co oo M - - ., 7.1i)pmll2.C5pmlAr Georittn Lv 7.00am 3.00pm EASTnODNU. WESTBOCND. INo. l.ltNa 5. Ar 10.40am 7.35pm laeiam 620pm Lv Vendles Ar 7.50am 4.45pm ll.02am 7.05pm Ar NlchlvlU Ar 6.58am 3.55pm 11.5enm 8.05pm Ar Itichmnd Lv 6.05am XOOpm 1.03pm! Ar Irvine Lv L30pm 7.iam 8TATIONS. 3.30pm Lv Ixtulsvll tNa 6. tNa 2. Na . 1. 7.40am 7.15cm Lv Louisville. . . 10.45am 10.35pm Ar Lexington ... 7.tttam 7.45am Ar Knoxvillc. 5.10am I. 15pm Ar Ashevlllo.... 5.10am Ar Savannah.... 9.00am Ar Jacksonvlllo . . 5.55pm 6.45am Ar Chattanooga At Atlanta lusuam II. 50am 1.00am' 225pm Ar Mccon 8.55am 9.55pm Ar Jacksonvlllo . 6.10pm 655am Lv Chattanooga . ia05pm I l.30am Ar Illrmlnghsm . 2.39am 9Janm Ar Meridian 8.30am1 8.30am Ar New Orleans... 'Train Na Cincinnati. Florida & Havana n LUnl led carries Through Drawing lioom Sleeping car between Louisville, Atlanta, ILicoa and Jaclmonville: connects at Loxing-t'.- n nr Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping ear lor NewOrleans; Free Chalrcars between Louisville and Lexington; Observat'on Chair cars between Lexington and Koine; Cafe cars, elegant coaches. Train No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville. Chattanooga and Birmingham. alo Through Sleeping cars from Lexington to Jacksonville via Asheville and Savannah; also via Chattanooga end Atlnuta. No change. Pree Chair cars Lexington to Chattanooga, ""h rough Sleeping cars Lexington to .'ow Oilcans. t Dally cxccptSunday. A. Wneoos, P.&T.A-- , S.T.Swiirr, P.&T.A-- , Lexington, Ky. Louisville Ky. F,S.OANnos.3d V.p.a.M., 3. M. Cdlp.T. M "Wtshimrton, IS. C. Washington. D.C. 1 Pull-roa- Ko.1 rjBBSBaBa ' "rV.A.TCHK.O.I'.A.. WailctoB, D. a WM.U.TATLOE.A.O.PA. LowtayllVa. Kf. 1 considerable roctajlio sutistances and avoids immediate, .contact with the walls of the house. .The middle of the room is In general perfectly safe, aud the lower rooms aro safer than tbe upFront the day that a young man starts per. A bed removed at it slight dis out to seek his first position to the end of his business life, his health has a world to tance from tho room is iii perfect do with his success. When a young man security, even If the house wero struck some applies to a business man for a position, his Latin apr5-Spersonal appearance has a deal to do with When lead is used on theroofsof build name, but nevermind the name. the outcome. "Personal appearance" does ings particular care should be taken The trouble is in the menstrual not mean dress alone. It does not mean BEPAIBINQ AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES organs, and Bradfield's Female exterior cleanliness alone. A young man that it commuulcatcs with the spouts A SPECIALTY. may be clean, so far as soap and water" will and by these means with the ground Regulator will restore you to make him, but be disfigured by unsightly health and regulate the menses pimples, eruptions and ulcerations on the To determine tho distance ot tho light like clockwork. skia. These are due to impurities in the ning count tho seconds between the Sold hf drareim fof t orboUIv. A free nittstratcst blood. The blood becomes impure because flash and the thunder and reckon less book willt scut to aav woman If request be mailed to it is improperly nourished. Instead of THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. receiving the elements of the than a quarter cf a mile for every sec ATLAirTA, GA. food, it receives the foul emanations of ond. NewTork Ledger. indigestion, bilousness and costiveness. cfc .,T,h.e ,reason that Dr. Pierce's Golden Rotary Motkm aad Medical Discovery is the. best remedy for' A discouraged editor asks tho disorders of this description is that it goes question: "If Bob Ingersoll in 2nd Richmond, right to first causes. It civei a man an appetite "like a horse." It facilitates the sists that there is no hell, will h&stntc Bow of digestive juices. PREPAID. It corrects all becomes of the man who tiikes a disorders of the digestion, and makes the what paper for- three or four years without g assimilation of theelements new high of the food perfect. It invigorates the paying for It and then tells the posts arm sewing liver. It purifies and enriches the blood. WL-JBmachine with master he does not want it?!' It makes the muscles strong and active. aU attach It tones and steadies the nerves. It makes AND BlTfl YOUR actus war .. 1. .1 a muni, .no., lnnl. .... 1. A Rochester, N. Y., rnan has offered ranted is ears. If body, alert of brain and clean and wholemachine isinot sat$"0,00Pasa.weddiiiit-gif- t some of skin. Medicine dealers sell isfactory in 30 days it who willwjn bis aVrghWs to tho man money will be re. nd have nothing "just as good." hand. The funded. Kesdcash We pay the Highest and sell "I had eczema in its worst form," writes only coifdiUoripftre tlmf, th5"jrnau must Willi order. De &uUn Ramsey. Hsq., of SatiUo, Hurrtfamlen scriptive circular for the Lowest Prices on earth. bo under W.Wrylioaest and indusCo? Pa. "I tried three doctors tint get so resent on applica lief. I thought it would set me w tt.kchej trious. 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