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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 25. 111 DOLLAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 26, 1899, 'y-- - HE. - 5 "XBotU... Judge Tarvin's Masterly Effort on "Tho Power of Organized Wealth," Took the Manhattanites By- Storm. Vociferously Awil BOYAt tUKIMO POWDER CORRESPONDENCE. Baking HEW tT.n IRVINE. r Estill NERVOUS, WEAK, DISEASED MEN. NO CURE-N- Our Goods AND County V. L. Vaughn is visiting his parents Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO.. Th ..il&lih Lib Applauded VOB. kmm Society Throughout its Delivery and a Rising Demonstration was such At its Close. OF THE UNITED STATES. Tho dollar banquet Iveit in Now York Saturday night was a success greater liinn had ben hoped for by the lhost sanguine. Speeches wero delivered by Hon. "William Jennings & raUNCE7, GRIGSBY Bryan, Congressman Charles A. Towue, Hon. George Fred Williams, Oliver Ik'hnont and Judge James P. Tarvin, General Agents & of this jcity. Kastcm Kentucky. It is a matter of gratification to the thousands of friends of Judge Tarvin in Kontucky and adjoining states ta know that tho effort of that brilliant orator was received with enthusiasm THE BEST OF THEM ALU It greater than that of any speech delivered, excepting,possibly, that of Mr. Bryan. Judge Tarvin's speech was lenchthy, and ho was Interrupted timo nONTHLYJWiAZINE and again by the applause of tho three thousand men and women present, and Contains a cosplota novel in every nnrri-Ih- t, at the conclusion of his talk, the imIn ndilltloii ton quantity of useful mense assemblage sprang to their feet and entertaining reading matter. and called for him to go on. It was Xo rnnll utird Kfarlr. trhlrH nrn mo objectiouable to iaot retttterm. five minutes before the tumult was It KhouM be In every household. Sub- quieted. Mayor Kliiuoclc, who was prescription, 53.00 ior year. ARonts wanted In every town, to whom sent was handed the following note: tbo most liberal Inducements will be offered. "Wo owe you a million thanks for J. B. LIPPMCOTT COMPANT, Publishers, bringinc that man here. PHILADELPHIA. "JPUCSKNU V. JJllEWSTEK." LIPPINCOTT'S More than a century ago, the men of the North and of the South made this A?roaiTSY3. Union. Nearly forty years ago, the men of the North went forth to battle IV. MILLER. Ji against tlioso of the South, to save this . Union. And Atxobnev-at-Latho patriots and Kestcckt. Ricuwond, true Americans of the North must look Office In tho Burnam Building, next door to to the men of the South to make this feb3-l- y armer's National Bank. Union worth the saving. A brief reference to history for the last few years will readily demonstrate the growth and sources of power and the extent of the power of the Organized A TTOltXEY Wealth of the United States. At the KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, OHioe over Taylor's Hardware store, op- clobo of the civil war the care and at tention of tho people North and South posite Court House, on Main Street. were given to the of HOGG, leir homes and tho recuperation of icir fortunes. All conditions thereto ATTORNEY AT LAW. KENTUCKY. fore existing were aneeted, and the country was in a state of confusion and disorder, and within a few years after 0 Omce No. 13 First St., up stairs. the close of tho war a largo minority n the National Congress was made up J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, of thoso not elected by any constituenATTORNEYS AT LAW, cy, dictated by Kentucky. the but of the federal those in poworat Richmond, seat government. The close of that war found tho national Office on Second street, over Chen-ault'- s government burdened for the first timo grocery. with a debt of enormous proportions, amounting, on Match 1st, 1SCC, to near-PHYSICIANS. three billions of dollars. This in debtedness was evidenced by bonds, DRS GIBSON, & GIBSON, and. theso bonds were held mainly by PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the representatives of capital in the Kentucky. East. . Richmond. Circumstances wore propitious. Tho OiRce in the Joe ("cilitu building, iS and o Sec. President and the Congress were suh . old drugstore. ond Street, over While jectto influence. The refunding acts were passed, by which the life of the CIIAS. HOOKER, bonds were extended again and again, VETERINARY SURGEON, and the payment of the national debt Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUtge. correspondingly deferred. Then were enacted the law providing that these Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, bonds and the interest thereon should up utalrs, over store recently by Richmond Harness Co., East Main y 8t bo paid in coin. They wore purchased apr7-lkichmonrt. Ky. with greenbacks wortli on an avetage. considering all the bonds, about 50 II. C. cents on the dollar in coin; the result Medicine and Surgery. being tliat by legislation it was pre Collins KuiMine, MainStreet. Omce Telephone nt residence (the Cnrr tilace) on ttied that the people should pay to the two dollars for every one Kentucky. RiciiMOsn, --- --dollar loaned to the people in order to carry on tho war. besides paying the M J)., G. W. EVANS, interest likewise in coin. Familiarity in controlling legislation Tiiysician and Surgeon, emboldened the representatives of Or Richmond. - - - - Kentucky gnnizeu Uealth and a bright vista opened before it. It became a matter DR. T. J. TAYLOR, of importance to retain control of the ProciiioJKr iti Medicine and Surgery, national administration and it became Kentucky the fixed purpose of Organized Wealth Richmond, to proeuie legislation favorable- - lo it, and residence on Second Street. favorable to monev, and therefore hos- tilo to everything else, and ns time DENTAL STJ3QERY. passed ou the force of this great power to-da- y, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J 31-3- Hint, in the indilTeronce or in- attention of tho people at lartro, na tionnl administrations became the mero machines of those who sought the concentration of money and tho increase in its vnlue at the cost and ex" pense of labor. And iu"lb73 thcro was enacted 'the law demonetizing tilver. By that law onejialf of all tho money of the country was taken away by legislation; the other halt remained. Thu demand increasing the supply not increasing, tho value of that half that luinnined necessarily increased in value Jthat is to say, became inoro in products and in labor. TWO CLASSES AND TIIEIIt AIMS.' Thero then existed two distinct and well defined "classes in tho country one dies whoso capiial in life consist ed of money, and one class whose capital in life consisted of labor. The ob ject constantly in view of the first clasf- was to increase, by process of legisla-tion.th- e value of the capital of the first class, at the cost and loss of tho value of the capital of the second class. As a result of the refunding act, the acts making the bonds payable in coin and the act demonetizing silver, it has come to pass that niter tne lapse ol thirty-lou- r years, and after tjio payment by the people of an amount almost beyound expression, on the principal and interest of Uiete bonds, tho public debt remains as great ns it was on March 1st, 18CC; that is to say, that because of tho increase in vnlue of money by legislation, and the decreaso in value of labor a nil labor's fruits by legislation, it will require ns much labor or as much of the fruits of labor, to pay that debt as it would have required to pay the debt in 18G0, although the principal of the debt has been reduced in figures to less than one billion dollars. Wealth is tho creature of labor. Whon you speak of the dollar, tho gold, the silver or the paper dollar,you peak of that amount of human labor represented by the dollar. A conceit tration of wealth is tho concentration of the fruits of labor. The concentration of wealth by legislationmcans the concentration of the fruits jf human labor by legislation; it means that.by process of law, the fruits of those who labor are taken from them and given to others, It means that wealth controls and reg ulates labor; that the creature controls and regulates the creator. The wealth which exists only by reason of the sweat and blood of labor is by process of law turned upon to control and to rend that.and that only, which brought t into being. OUUSIIIM! IX THE COKFOKATlON" to-dto-d- GOV. 0 BROWN WRITES UP MILL GROVE, CALEAST AMD SCACY. 7- accii-pie- JASPFAl,M.D bond-holde- op LotnsvtLLK, Ky. , next door to Government BiiHdlng-IticbmSnd, Ky. omce nours a 10 u-- i wj . nov!7-ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob son, next door to postotfi.ee. tr mi torn tti TT vita Qt. FRED SMITH. DEN 1 1ST. over Olllns' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Uurgln. JanlJ-l- y e, Dr. Louis V tffl li Landman ntnflnrtatfOMf will bo at the Hotel Zlromcr, Richmond, Ky., on Wlnth OimaI WEDNESDAY, MAT 10, 1099 Many persons have their good day and their bsd day. Others are about half sick all the time. They b&vc headache, backache, and are restless and nervous. Food docs not taste good, and the digestion is poor; the, shin is dry and sallow and disfigured with pimples cr eruptions; sleep brings no rest and vori Is a burden. What is the cause of all this? Impure blood. And the remedy? returning everr second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician ol Rich mono, &y. KENTUCKY UK1VERSITY. B. UX CITE, PifiJ:tt, Letisrtja, Ej. EttABY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM MEBOIAL COLLEGES. Tuition fir Literary and Bible Course 2a year. More man twenty. leacncrs. t f rn w. f atnmill. Social and moral welfare of students receive net-tattention, linen to DOin sexes, rur Jly27-t- f catalogues address the President. n.UM..-BH.- la r m H HANC. mm It clears out the channels through which poisons arc curried from the body. When all impurities are removed from the blood nature takes right hold and completes the cure. If there is constipation, take Ayer's Pills. They awaken the drowsy action of the liver; they cure biliousness. We have the exclusive sorvleei ot some the most etntiif nt ptijilctans In BIIOBT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Bleeping. Car leaves Louls- milraan fm . . . . ... every TouristI iuuniuj ujgui. .1 .uuo .muki.u Tine to San Francisco. particulars or write Ask vour ticket agent for to H H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agtnt, Louisville, Ky. Free llecllnlnp; Chair Cats Louisville to . Wrke to ew urtlcutut lit a prompt Art the tt United SUtes. Write freely ll the your case. Ycm wilt reply, without cot. JraM. fife. J. C AVER. Ixiwoll, Milt. 1. Q. P. A., Cklcago. WM. A. KFM.ftMB. A. G. P. A, Louisville Mill Grovi: Is located at tho intersection of tho Lancaster and Kirks-vill- e pikes, seven miles from this city, and occupies, an elevated situation, with prelty scenery around. One of the industries of this litllo town is a tirst-clablacksmith shop operated by Mr. Mansfield. The old Mo ran homestead, one of the oldest brick houses in this section is located here, and near here on Silver Creek is the old Moran water grist mill. This place is the former home of Squire Ed Hester.deceaseJ, who was well known in this section. Some of the principal citizens here are Robt. Duersou, who resides at the late Mornu home. Jusenh Jones. James Roselett, Mr. Hudgeus, Dr. Hunphery Bennett mid Kobl. Jennings, the last unmed being a scion of one of the oldest faniiles in the county, tho Barnes faut- y. His grand father, Eli Barnes, died at a ripe old age of over 90 years. Robt. is an elder in the Christaiu church nt Kirksville and is a hospitable gentle Naw'Toau: fashions. man, the writer having on several oc casions, enjoyed tho hospitality of his Urepon is having a brilliant revival. congenial family. Dr. Bennet, who is Attractive bolero jackets in heavy first cousin of Hou.James B.McCreary, is a graduate of Bethany, Va., an ac- black or white lnce nre stylish. Many handsome shoulder capes are complished gentleman and is one of the best read men in this section. He is made of silk muslin, crepe de Chine or the ouly man ou the road between silk veiling. Some very smart robes of handsome- Richmond and Danville, who still lives y spangled lace, are shown. They have at the same place whore he was bom flounces and tunics. and raised. Many of tho higher-clas- s cotton Caleast Is located on tho Lancas ter pike, five miles from this city, in a aists are very sheer, and show beautiful tJtuution, commanding a tuckings. Some of the newest crepon weaves iew of excellent scenery iu every di rection. Tho surrounding country is are exceedingly beautiful, and artistic very productive. This town has a gen- - They are all silk in some patterns; in combined. ral store, couducted by Mr. Beaslev. others Buckles for neck and waist en suite ot the principal farineis aro Win. Some re desirable, borne are set m bril Martir., James Butner, Leslie Ballard, liants. Stone Butntr, Milton Covington, Hugh Ladies who love dainty lingerie place Samuels aud Chos. Turner, who was at sachets of lavender aud violet powder one timo the richest man in that section. He is a grand son of Hon. Sqniro and orris root in tho drawers or boxes Turner, who represented the county in containing their undergarments. Shaded taffeta silks with corded ruf the Constitutional Convention of 1S52. Mr. Robt. Martin is the principal tobac fles make pretty petticoats. The season is close at hand when ico co raiser. iNenr this place is the site of Milford, better known as Old Town, cream and other frozen desserts are in which was once our county seat before order. Ladies who like to make these it was moved to Richmond. Every dainties should invest in an Ohio Free one in the county lias beard of the zer, which may be bought nt Lord x augnr Festicuff fight between Kelley and Taylor's. It has a dasher which brings the bottom cream Kennedy over the moving. Kelley, the advocate of Richmond, gnve his stub- to the top, freezing the entire com born opponent a sound threshing aud pound smoothly. If fruit bo added, it Richmond was victorious. It was well also is frozen evenly throughout the that it was moved as Milford was not as cream, without being crushed. Other good ajocality for a largo town as tho deliciouB preparations.suclt as custards, presout county seat. Near this placo creams, etc, may be frozen or cooled, were the homesteads of the Martins and by Ieavinig out the dasher. All the Gentrys who emigrated from Old Vir materials and workmanship of this out DIVIDUAL. ginia in 17&5. Mr. Gentry was an old fit aro tho very best; and thoso who the period since tho war, there revolutionary soldier and was tho pro have used it says it saves money, time In having boen enacted general corportion genitor, of the numerous Gentry fain and labor, and gives perfect results, laws, and under the provisions of these ly and kindred in the United States. every time. Crepe de Chine, fancy Liberty satin laws corporations harts been organized Tho old homestead, a brick bulldin tliroughtout the laud to carry on all erected in 1804, ip still standing, though and plain and fancy voile are all used kinds and departments of business. cry much dilapidated, and those walls for making up dainty summer gowns. d effects. Some crcponsaro in These mercantile corporations have which once echoed to the sound of been in competition with individual dance, song and mirth are now as still Iu one piece bluet gleams through tho and partnership effort. The corpora and silent ns the grave, and it indeed gray ground, nuu paie lavonuer ap tion has had greater use of capital than resembles a haunted house. The old peals iu another. Persian borders, stripes in rainbow the ltulivitiual could nave. The cor family burying ground is also neglected, poration lias had perpetual succession, and only a plain marble slab, with let colorings and polka dots of all sizes and so that death did not interfere witii its tors tiardly dlscornable marks tho last colors, appear in fashionable goods. China silks nre iu the front rank business or its ppjgress. It has been so resting placo of the noted old toldicr provided that the private property of and ouo of Madison's pioneers. again, liiuo in many snaues appears It those composing tho corporations has seems uut right that the numerous in this class of silk goods: also mode, been made wholly or. partly exempt descendants and relatives should erect gray, green anu the pet siiatle purple sta The latest wrinkle in higli-chis- s from liability tor corporate debts. a substantial monument to mark the Tho inevitable result has been that grave of tho old hero; it would bo a tionery Is of royal purple. It has sup the Corporation has distanced its com mero pittance for each one, so let them planted, for tho time, the lovely wedge-woowith its dainty border of white. petitor, the Individual, and gradually start n monument fund to redeem Iim forced him to retire from the field of name and memory from oblivion. Pumice stone, saturated with per business, and to become u servant of Maj. John D. Harris, oue of his de fume, makes a splendid article for the Corporation or to become a tramp. scendants, owns tho old home and tl e scenting ones' belongings. Evelyn Cable. The Corporation grew and prospered greater part of the original Gentry and waxed exceeding fat, while the farm. Mr. Martin owns a large group An exchange was asked why so many Individual descended from the part of of the reunion of the Gentry family master to that of servant. The creature held at Crab Orchard last summer. A women and so few men attend church of legislation drove out the creature of great many from this county attendee. in Ohio? We gave it up at first, but God. Organized Wealth being the mas jur. uoniry in ins young uays was a ou picking up tho Ohio Penitentiary ter of legislation, became the blaster of great hunter. He loved to hear the News, wo see that there are 2,259 males aud 43 females confined iu that institu the Individual. echoing horn and the barking and vel tion. How do you expect the Ohio men TP.USTS CONTROLLING THE NATION, ling of the hounds in full chase, was to atteud church when they aro in the The organization and operation of like music to his ear. penitentiary' Rest on sire of a numerous offspring, trusts was a natural result. The trust Sleep on forever in thy dark narrow cell; simply means the further concentra A deal is said to be on foot for the No more for thee the echoing horn. tion and combination of wealth. Tho sale of the Frankfort aud Cincinnati Or the music of the chasing hounds. trust simply means tho perfection of railroad, formerly the Kentucky MidRest on in our sacred ground organized wealth The trust engaging For there Is no nobler grave land. The sale if made will take effect Even in Madison's own proud c'.ime. in any department of business is en ou May 'A. abled by means of larue capital and Scacv Is located on tl L&N Mrs. Belle Coleman, aged 45 years, liss opeiatiug expense to undersell and railroad eight miles from Richmond drive out all individual competition It has a good brick school house aud attempted to commit suicide Tuesday In doing that it becomes the ouly pur two stores. Tho merchants nie Perry morning at her home iu Bawling Green chaser from tho producer; being tl Monday, Robt. Poltsaud Elbridgo Har by shouting herself with a pistol. only purchaser, it catt dictato the price ris, better known as Jumbo, ou ac the consumer must pay. It becomes count of his large size. Porno of the tho owner of ilio producer and of tho principal citizens aro John Parish, Dr, consumer, and upon ilri will become W. J' Ilockaday, James Braiton dependent the welfare, the comfort and James Adams and Major llarrin. Mr. TO OUR SOIL the happiness of every individual in Brattou is from Old Viigtuia and is a battle scarred veteran who fought for the nation not of tho elect of wealtl Catarrh is an that is to say. of not less than 1)3 per the lost caueo. He is somewhat cccen American disease. 11 rs. G regc-r- , Baglry, cent, of the men, women and children trip, but knows a good thing when ho sees It. Ho lives on Cedar Cliff and Tex., says: "I'e-ru-n- a o! the country. U it'.U has done so much good All men aro born fiee and equal. This near his lonely domicile is an old Indhn for me that I am able means that by a natural law all men grave yard, whore, forever sleeps to do my own work." many of tho brave Red men, who made are entitled to the chance to do the best Mr. JacobGriflln, Elmer, their they can. All men are entitled to mak the Welkin ring-witMich. .writes: "I was very the bert thev can of their mental and Mr. Harris lives nt Blythewood and nervous and unable to physical abilities, unhampered and tin has an elog.tnt county seat, which is a work. I have taken several burdened by' artificial condition palatini mansion. The grounds aio ttnd bottles of created by legislation and when thecon beautiful with many large shade trees. am entirely well." dltion of freedom and equality as thus This was tho hnmoof his father Esther Lather, Franlc-llnsvillN. C, says: " I defined, is destroyed by iiumnalegisla Buck Blythe. The Major Is the Rich for took your tion, and when aue man is tlioreby est and largest fanner of that section deafness can hear now as greatly burdened than another, n Ho graduated at Bethany College and inoro well as I ever could." natural law has been violated, and, as is one of tho well known men of the Aug. Tryloff, Mt. Clcm-cais inevitably the caso. a certain and county. The section named In this Mlch.,writos : "lhad its. heavy penalty ensues. Arid in this in article is one of tho best in the county la grippe and it left me stance the penally for tho violation o for beauty ofsccnerv, substantially of with a terrible, cough. I tho natural law is borne by those who the people and.richness of the land. and was took aro the creators of tho instalment cured." Disraarck's Iron .Servo which indicts their sufferings upon Mrs. E. Guest, Kearney, Was tho result of his splendid Buffalo Co., Neb., writes: them. health. Indomitable will and tremcn for Continued next- - week. "I tooltyour dous enemy are not found where Stoin catarrh, and can say that ach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro I am now entirely cured Vulcanic Kritptious of it" out of order. If you want these qua! Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob life If. Walter Brady, Cassuccess they bring. ue of joy. Ducklen' Arnica Salve, cures ties and the cade, Ark. , says : " I ha d Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Thov de them: also Old, Ilunulng aud l;ver running ears. It was so eyery power of brain and body Sores, Ulcers, Holla, Felons, Corne, yclop offensive I excluded my25c at Perry & Thomas' Drng Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds Only self from all society. After Ghapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile Store. I hail borne it fourteen years I read Dr. HrtaH's book called Ilev.R. Liu Cave has resigned cure on carta. Drives out Pains an Only 25 cents a box. Prcsidetit (it the Kentucky University ' Tho Ills of Life- -' I took seventeen Aches. Sold by Terry & Thoma3v at Jjexiligtttn, wltlfR view of retrench dollars' worth ot Us nsmedle and aat entirely eurd." ing expuee of the iuatKution. ss her-veroil-ovol g two-tone- on Hardwick8 Creek. Robert Bergman spent several days in Frankfort last week. Jim Wallace wns in Frankfort a lew days last week on business. Tilton Alcorn has moved into the houso next to tho Methodist church, on Maiu street. Ilorso back riding is the chief amusement in Irvine and. greatly enjoyed by the young people. Mrs. Mary Smith and little grand daughter, Florence Smith, returned hmo last Friday. They had an enjoyable visit with 11. R. Smith, at Valley View, Kentucky. Captain Thomas was in Irvine last week, he brought a new gardener with him who will live in a new Swiss cottage opposite the new building, and in the future will superintend the garden, vineyard and tho proporty of the Estill Springs in general. Tuesday last, Mrs. Will Simpson nee Miss Rosa Park) was brought from White Hall to her old home in y Estill county ,the trip fatigued little and she is daily seeing a number hot old friends. Mrs. Simpson is very ill with consumption, and there is no place like home when ouo is sick. O PAY Our Prices BMS We Don't NUMBER 47. THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT, nrieinnl with Drl. K. A: K trill tiosi- lively cure forever any form cf Blood or ! Sexual discate. It is the remit ot 3') years' experieaeo in tho treatment cf I these dueaics. ' I I i i I l! I This terribto Blood Potion, tho terror j of mankind, yields readily to our NEW J Bcwato of Jlereury, t THliA'i'.MENT. 1'otiiHi, etc. lhcymay iutnronryrem. I f vou havo sores in tho nroui h or tunsrcc. pains in tbo joints, foro throat, hair i r eyebrows falliug out.punplcser I kitcbc r. f stomach dcraniremcnt. euro ever, head- - r nehe, etc., you havo tho tecoadary staco I Wo rolietl tna of this Blood Polfon. mo9t ebstln&tn eases, and challrrtcs tho I world for ft care wo accept for trenttnent J and cannot cure. By our treatmentlho I ulcers heal, tho hair grows agniii, pam disappear, tho rkin becomes lieattny, ana i mama co is possiuio ana rate. Compel you to trade with us WE CURE SYPHILIS M when you jva us a, trial. Want a Cent Of your morjey unless m you get value received for it. Tor that reason wearealwa3's si CURES GUARANTEED! j Thonranils of young nol men havo thcirTigor and vitality rapped I by early abuse!, later excesses, tncutall worry, etc. No matter Iho eattre, our I New .Method Treatment is tho rctcgr. middle-age- d 11 The ladies cannob be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. All we buy we have to say is, in the best markets of the world, select the latest goods, and when you buy you know you have glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. ) C7TD m WECURE IMPQTENCY U Andrcrtoroull part to a normal condUf tWt tion. Ambition, life and encriry aro re- 1.' ! i Bed-roo- m ) ? - Ml m w Cj No matter what ails toil I itiirvc-consult u confidentially. Wo can fur-- j ntfh bank bonds to guarantee to accoin-- 1 iIUn wnatwo claim. fnl . si on rnn ttitiiA (httrnrii4wli fl. ft It I iriiiTPAncTu n It 1VU1j Wo treat find enro: EMISSION?. cvmrrr iki IIUbll 1 I'll Ill Uli'i tn.vtrv 8THICTUKK, IMPOTENCY. SKtJttET DHA1NS. 1'NNATITKAL DISCHAKG- E3. KIDN Kl and JJLAUJtKtllJifeares. CONSULTATION FllEK. HOOKS FKKE. if nnablfl to call, writo QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. 250,000 CURED the latest, goods. want? up-to-da- te Is that what you If so, tiade with SuiteSs Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... Ni Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Cliiifoniers. Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry ancT Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna'and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. you are a lover of beaut- - it will pay 3rou to If call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &c. We also make a specialty of Bird's-Ey- e fr In Kennedys Kergan 122 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI, O. XRS. WhitB- - Gibson, many thousand caes . eaueu in ten all nvraptoms romov ml Tmtimonlals and Tilt SAT"! treatment free. DE. H. H. GRZra'S SOUS. Ul K. Atlanta. Oa. CTJKSDwlth vegetable Have cured nopt-ips- WiHiHoshal&Co Commission lays at least two-thtrd- Kerch ants.. m Mil, Im and Ihi O. Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, Telephone 734(5. - 5T"A11 information regarding live Consign stock cliecrfnlly furnished. sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. framing pictures. CALL AT I J -- OO TO THE - SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Pill 11 f Our line is full and complete, aud in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call ou me before purchasing elsewhere. English Kitchen, St, Lexington, Ky. J. V. HASTEES, Proprlstcr- 12 W. Short Ilcirular meals 25 cents. Lodging 25 cents. the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. Coolest and most refreshing-odrinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby up-to-da- EVILLE MOBERLEY PHONE 23.SD. te Most convenient and centrally located hotel in dating- clerks. Saratoga Successor to J. S. Collins. Genuln: Water Kept on Tap. BPip jjjji E3jKl enrrd at home without rain ItHk of sent FREE. DR UM YTUULUT CO. ouice. 101 North l'ryor St. ndT7hlikey l'6lt r Phone 3. Second St. RICHMOND, KY. MAN KINO? UCKEYE I. fj Iftf S j 11 fjj k If I flff II 5zMC 2 UJ H u ij IBTrS.' ,2c tn 'hi; r Is right at hand so is the mW 0 cn H p Vulcan Chilled Plow, ;NBisc lirst-clas- 11 y GUEE II Center-C- ut mi Marrows. A New Discovery for the. Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents. JAMES F. BALLARD, And Bell Sols Proprietor, - - 3!0 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, JanlS-l- MO. pi jffgj g? For sale by PERRY SEMD & THOMAS, Druggists. Our store is heavily stocked with eveiy article IsjE s found in a Hardware Store, such as Collars, Humes, Traces, Backhands, etc., Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. wliltl yMi tt: 5i.vf f l.uu. i.i t.i. .i. .t ..4 m4 l. llrKUTKU ACXK tJl'KKX riUUlU UKUXI, kjfr.lsHC. O. II.,mIJIIt .t.MlKalkxi. T.u xm!uo tt al J our reireat frelstu dciot, us Of$E DOLLAR .J cn ' " rrlca ch&rz- aDillt'Tua Blvl It ei.etljr a. rcpruraUd, tual to orsaiu tliat rrtaltat fi.OO t.luo.oO. thu pretest TlnoyoueTcrmna far better tbaa orgtuis oA ciwcd by othen at mora monev, pay thefrcUlit agent ar areelal 9( day." aCcr price, S3I.7S, I... Ih.IlM v .In Tl m,.A f rrflit fh.ri'PI .75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE urh mn !Ter uut neTer made before THE ACME QUEEN Uon4otttiHittrlUiiLi.ODSrTFCTtST rom th lUtutr&tioa Kbovrn, which ro)LUiairw4WMUrrusd. Uenrmred direct from cphotosrrrltJO cn fonnsoaeMeAOflti Deaaiiiui appearance. taae lroni luuaqpanrr itwca aLJitIoannUliindjtomelTdorAtodftiiaonimente Ute-- t ih:9 KtTlv. TUX iVXZ I KU li feet ft Indies hiich, IX irwhot long, iu iochca wide andwelcbs 3Mpouid. ft octATe. 11 Btom. u follow. FrtHpal. DalcUaa, BrltWU, t'clrtl. Crvaiaaa 9a&t OipUr. Trtbl 4 ty - PECULIAR lUdf 1 H SfS) roofing and repairing." M . mm iI Mr. TVm. Bugklfa', our experienced tin- ner, is constantly in demand for ?utterinr, i- - tbn. -" SUTS- wc will not unnersoia .m De Caplr, DlkptMa tii Tavior Bros. S??raiIrg3!ig(r3rraE BWadla Set4aaUi7 Ply qUly Bra, Sl af 37 rro 8 tatrmlaitl; lUUlUat CcInU Crw4, 1 81 f Eftilf. I 1 Sit af St SftlUeaSrllawBamlaDUpMoaRrft, 8altXUIoaa PVtatlpU Re4, T1IK ACME Ol'KEN ao Uon eoDsUtof thdcelehnttcd3wUK,whIchare)nlx In the highest trrade lnstrninenUt fitted, with llu m Calra aa! Vmx llawsaa. also (Mt DolfiTO felU. 8ttl lUraaaOrraa 8nlv 1 rrtt aay Tax llaaiutai 4 rkli lila t 0Uit Cvcpltra, OrcktfttriU vtl Ta nlt uel leathctt,etcnblIowg ot tho tvt rnbtiepeloth. heUowatoclcml finest leather In taItos. IliE A OIK tlirmri Is furnJhed wlth lozlt beTeled nlata Kreh mirror, nickel d later! Dedal frame. and efery tiiodrn Improvement. f faraUh free a aaai-wa- a arjia ileal aad t bearaaUslrartlaak Mlaa4. GUABAHTEED 25 YEARS. puaruitee, bytbe l?ue a written blmSLnir which any part (ft Tea out if ternu and condition of w repair it tVe f faance Try It cne month acxl we will refund vour nocej if you are not prfctly aatNfled. 00 of tbef onrans will be mM at XL31. h war-whoo- Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED. Pe-m-- iu-la- e, 1863. OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED V a mr v ji not dealt with ns ask your oeitthbor about tu. write -the DohlUher of ttile oarer or MetroDolltan National Bank, or Corn ExchaAiFe Kat. Bank, Chicago; or German Exchange Bank. New York; or acy mllroad or exprcft company In Chicago. If aa aeaytiaJ mt ever St0O.vtM.0O occupy entire one of the laiveet butlnera block in Chkago. and em piny nearly 2.0no people In oar own building, nx sXlXOftGlSS ATe'iS.ooaa4 apt riASWS, tlli-ea4 rpi also eTerythintr In mtuleal InitromenU at lowest wholesale price. Write for free special organ, piano (Sean. Rbek A C. art UMklr rUkle, tilur.) and musical Inttmment catalogue. Addrees, and WajmanSts., CHICAGO, 3LL. SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO. (Inc.), FcIIcn, Ds.-..ne- s (i I'e-ru-- JAMES T. HAMILTON, Aiierican Marbte Proprietor. Solid trains, finest In the South, Cindnnati to AniUrrrl'i flip Hiwii unA rni connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or Hew Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and I S, Moimests, Tt mIw, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign aid Pe-ru-- ii Granite. trcr.nf g Pe-ru-- PINE WORK A SPEGIAbTT. Thoso wtio aro contemplating buying Mnrlile, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will jind it to their inferu:t;t call nt tlm old stand in the rot of the M. K. Church tw Irvine Street, where jthey will lind constantly on bnd a largo stock of flnishtd work to select Iroin, at prices t suit all classes of buyers gjtf Mr-- W. G. (iOUOITEU. one. of tho liest workmen, in Contrnl Kentucky, is in charge of or establishment and this means satisfactory work in every jiliw., IVlieg liyimr at a distance should Write to tvs for d9lgRS, whicli will bo ftirnfelied on application. gmr i'OUK patronage soLicrrKDrpa San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. Thfs-Tra- ia Service h per-feet In detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville. 54 hours 1 Cincinnati-t- o Havana. . 1 V.C.RisMl tt7.r- -i JK7VeS fT. H757WCIX-TOI. N. L. Proprietor. U -- - . The Richmond Climax. AViLii our exchanges kindly clip this item and print in their papers? Judge Jas. P. Tarvin, President of T' ( -- Proprietor and Editor,. the Ohio Valley League of Bimetallic Clubs, will epcak at Richmond on C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. county court day, Monday, May 1, at "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1S99 2 p. m. His object is to arouse interest in the bimetallic convention to be held PDBI.ISHK1) EVERY WEDNESDAY BY at Louisville May 31, to which he wishes every .county to "send flSS H. G. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. C. Bronaught Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Boggs. Mesdamos: Virginia K. Hoover, E. It. Sparks, U. Grant Evins, Jonnio Dick-ersoWin. C. Denntan, Win., K. Beasley, J. H. Boggs. Nicholasvlllo Democrat. n, Evil Dispositions Are Early Shown. Just so evil in the blodd comes out in shape of scrofula., pimples, etc., in children and young people. Taken inf time it can be eradicated by using , Hood's Sarsaparilta. Li older people, the aftermath of irregular living shows itself m .bilious conditions, a. heavy head, a foul mouth, a general bad feeling. -real-cause- MARRIED. Ciat-Woodfo- rd. The Climax Printing PKU YEAR, Go. The inarrjaco of PRICE $1.50. jury ANNOUNCEMENT FOB AUDITOR. CIIENAULT. of Madison county, a candidate for the' office of Bute Auditor, subject to the action of tbe Democratic State Contention. FOB HEPHE3ENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce JOHN B. We are authorized to announce M.n.WILl IAMS a candidate tor tbe Legislature, subject to tbe action of the Democratic party. COMRS a candidate to succeed himself In the next general assembly of the State of Ken- We are nuthdrlzed to announce W. W. of his peers of the charge oi bribery but only after much evidence had been ruled out. When a man's character is shielded by the statute of limitation then honest men may blush to own their Senators. But Pennsylvania's Governor was first to approve the finding by appointing Mr. Quay to the scat rendered vacant by the failure of the Legislature to elect his successor. Thus vice perpetuates itself. Senatok Quay was acquitted by a sie The name of Auditor Samuel Hanson tuckysubject to the will of the Democratic Stono is mentioned in connection with parcy. the Republican nomination for GovVOB COUNTY CX.ESK. ernor. We hope he will allow his name to co before the convention, and We are authorized to announce A. AUG II DOTY forCountr Clerk, sucject to the let the people of Kentucky judgo what action of the Democratic rarty. manncPo. man the Republicans favor for tiller leader, whether Stone, an edu May 1. Judge Takvin here cated gentleman of whom all parties Jilt. Quay favors the election of would be proud, or Taylor, the catfish- mouthed demagogue that would grace Senators by the Governors. the Gubernatorial chair like a bull in It required a Republican Govornor china closot. to appoint to the U S. Senate a man who was working over time to escape the penitentiary. the nomina Ik Gns Richardson lion for Treasurer, Gus Coulter will not bo Auditor. Two Bills may possibly null through, but two buses never. Owonton Herald. gets PERSONAL. Geo. W. Smith has revived the Louisvillo Critic and in jumping on everybody in peneral announces that he wears no man's collar. If he keeps up the present gait ho will do well if lie is ablo to wear a shirt. esteemed Owenton Herald would reach it destination and Ixj more presentable if it were not wrapped liko a stick of candy. Fifty other exchanges come all right without their liver being sqneozed out by the strong-arme- Tim d mailor. CcFiBrawer&Co Mounted on Snrine Boilers, fix ttires complete, ready to hang. in Missouri. themselves out of the party. They loft from 10c on up in price. Mr. C. C. Wallace attended the meet the party when thoy bolted its ticke1 and platform and where Ing.of the Republican Executive Com thoir votes would havo placed Bryan mittee at Louisville last week. "Voxxy ing, remedies for defective pleading, Miss Lucy Crooke has returned to Mr. Brynn very properly proposes that 203 ff. MM STREET. the petition, the answer, the reply, trial these erring brothers promise to abide Louisville. As the guest of tho Misses Worth double the price we ask.verdict and judgment, new trial, ap by the action of the next convention to Harbor she made many friends. RICHMOND, KY peal and error. To our mind it is Mattiug, 10 to 25c yard; Carpets, Si to 85c. Wall Pacer. Window Shades. Paints. Oils, receive a warm welcome. But they Mrs.T. II. Hart went Sunday to key or diagram in concise form for in I am ready to famish Thoroughbred Light Glass, etc., stock the largest, prices always We carry Carpet Paper, Floor Oilcloth, Clothought not demand to be allowed to dic Cynthiana, to attend the bedside of her Brahma Eggs at $1 for IS. The cockerels that ice lowest. stant reference. If he who makes two tate to the majority. Is that not cor nophew,VTelix A. Burns, who is danger pen that ing, Shoes. Lace Curtains, 39c up; Dotted Swiss I bought a few weeks ago are from theLoai.iville took firstprize at New Albany and oiaaes or grass grow where only one rect? ously ill. 10, 12 and 15c. .Poultry Shows last year. Can also furnish for Curtains, grew before, has done so good a work as Thoroughbred Mammoth Pekin Duck Eggs at $1 for 12. Drake weighs 9 lbs., 'ducks 3 lbs. Dr. were Every Date Filled. to entitle him to be called a benefactor The stormiest convention the Re among and Mrs. Henry L. PerryGood Geoff Morgan has a pen of scored Black those who attended Nat andhe will sell a few settings of eggs at In consequence of tho Climax's of his race, why should we not seek publicans liave noiil in Kentucky in Respectfully submitted to the casli trade,' $1 for 15. Orders filled in order as received. Ml many years was tho Second Railroad win's performance at Lexington last notice last week, Mr. Chas. Rowland, for similar results in tho world of law Thursday. Harry S. Morgan, Manager for Col. David R. Freeman, that is, why should we not seek' to de district convention held in Louisville Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Higgins visited the local Edisonian Graphophonist, re- vise means whereby two facts learned last woek. Its 1 ject was to nominate mchlS tt White Station, ICr. a candidate) for Railroad Commission Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higginsit Stan ports all dates filled up to the 32nd of in tho same time, and by the same la or, but it resolved itself into a fight be ford last week, says the esteemed Inter next Juvcinber. Several applications uor wincn-o- y lormer methods were reSEND US ONE DOLLAR were received this week, among them quired to secure only one? To do this tween the present machine, backed by ior Journal. mw IftftO MUtrl UtSKUUIR COAL iSD TTOOD a A$2t COOK hTOTK, bj freight C.O.li- - rabject to ezamlnntloA. in reference to. the subject of Code the Federal Administration on the one Mrs. H. C. Shipp, neo Miss Jennie this one from Danville: uauuoe it a freight jour Bide, and the see from Pleading is the object of Mr. Clay, and Dear Mr. Rowland $j-leaders FerrilL of Georgetown, arrived last depot and it found perfecthendod by Gov. Bradley and what are week and was the gnest of Mr. and the Climax that ycu have a monkey It is obvious that not twice but ten ly satisfactory grralMt ul thBAUa and hand-orga- n traveling in .the inter- times as muce knowledge of tho sub known as the forces of Todd Mrs. W. D. Oldham. and unusual punishment." Judge MSI DRIVING of charity. We aro contemplating ject may be gained with aTgivcn amount: Eicon of Louisville, on the other. Gov. Brad Mary Spencer Smith is at home from est sustainea tne umurrerand uie erer mw ley was in the convention as a delegate Irankfort, Ohio, where sho spent building an addition to the Boylecounty of time or labor as by any other method negro was released, unmindful of the or beard nf.naTtho IS BOTH. HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE In using this analysis the eye will fol iact mat m securinc Ins liberty his at FlUKiUT and made a fight to have seated the several months with Rev. and Mrs, poor house and would like to make a U.T.5T ear torney had for himself gained a victory JPtCIib low the tables with tho utmost rapidity seventy-thre- o date for the last week in May. Todd delegates trom Lou Rogors. , and you can also say extremeclieited tho warmest congratulaisville who contested the scats' of the Respectfully, and ease, and thus tho person bo di that from the Judge and tho members 513. UU aH tions ly comfortable,, when you are Miss Bessio Miller stopped over hero YK!TE FOR OUR BIO FREE D. P. R. rected instantly to the information de of the Bar, who say that this is theflrst less the or- te. Custom House delegation. ent with on her return from Mt. Sterling where or IltUQ tune the point uns boon raised in Ken dr freight charges This stoTe Is sixeKo.8.ornii driving in one of our easy sired. It is this feature especially Charles simply replied "nit." in a speech urauiey exconatetl ccr had been visiting relatives and iriends tnd . iron, extra from which makes it possiblo to condenso tucky and a now law will havo to be en 18Kz2Stll. top UiixZS-- nuulehear beat pig and frmtes. ana Handsome .Buggies and tnin Administration Republicans who, Unlngi larr- - flues, heavy corer. the past winter. Lancaster cor. Mt acted to cover tho case. Admitted to the Bar. Our stock of fine oven door, handsome Phajtons. Unre oren Lelf- heavy so much instruction into so small he said, had stabbed him in the back Though this is tho maiden eilort of nickel iilated ornamentations and trimmings, extra Vernon Signal, Uatd t carriages is unsurpassed Two of the graduates of Contral Uni compass; and this feature will bo found M r. Chandler it a notable onc,and we latere leep, genuine Sundlih preLla eoal menir. for aud he charged the convention with is laxve ornamented base. Ktt banr Made, and Miss Carlisle Chenault quito captured versity's Law Department, Messrs. Proc- in this woikalono, and is e mafclntr It perMining the will of the people. The it copyrighted trust it loresnatiows a brilliant legal fectfiirnivb, YUXX. anIextra wood crate, CCA 1113 TKKa with beauty, style, durability and H You tell your folks that when in need of any lsttCK A BINDISU wood baratr. railrtore Governor's side was defeated and head- the younger set with her barn dance tor Knott McElroy, of Lebanon, and J. by W. II. Andeison & Co. Any person career for the young gentleman. Ho ererrstation. and guarantee safe delivery to your42.00 general superiority, and we Your local dealtr thing in the Hardware, Tinware or Stove a native of Campbellsville. Tavlor roadaudi a (tore, the freight wouU charge youi for is la for ' line, not to ing the Garrard county delegation, he last week. It was pronounced the Van Norman, of Louisville, were ad of ordinary intelligence will be able county, Ky. His father possesses one each 5oo mile?, to we it yea at ItaU only aboutAddntta. are selling them at prices that S1O.0O. stop until they get to the Old most enjoyable event of tho year by mitted as members of the Richmond with the diagrams before him, to loft the convention hall. under- of tho hrighest minds in Central iven- - SEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.(INCJCH!CAO), ILL will surprise you, quality con (Sean, Botbuc M Ca. tre ihoresxUy relUble Xdltcr.) Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD far. Nearly two hundred persons at Bar last week. They passed brilliant stand tho method of legal proceedure. lueky, and the son made a fine record Capt. II. S. Irwiu, of Louisville, the sidered. John Donelson. apr56m & CO. They are now buying for examinations before Hons. Grant It is very gratifying to the Richmond an,entral University, hetng salutato-ria- n present Railroad Commissioner for this tended. Wo are pleased to see tho County E. Lilly and W. S. Moborley, and sub friends of Mr. Green Clay to have 1895, of his class, second honor man in district, was renominated by acclama winner of several medals, a Judgo out riding with his family last scribed to the oath before Doputy Cir- their hopes and aspirations for this Magna on his diploma. For threeand .rmnnp tion. j'ears cjnni njinnimnnnjumaruirinnnnr g cuit Clerk John II. Thorpe. wees, jnuge buinvans Health no was rnnopai oi tlio frenaratorv Messrs. young gentleman gradually unfolding The significance of tiie result of tbe and we hope he will soon be McElroy and Norman will probably in realization. His work and worth Department of the University, and is a 1 convention is the probability of a strong lending memoer tiio practico at their respactivo homes. are sure to be appreciated, for all the Club composed ofot young Prandennlal nnti McKinlcy organization in tbe entirely recovered. professional, The former is a nephew of elements of a plendid manhood are men ncre. iie is superintendent of State. Miss Mary Varnon has received Sunday School and possesses the Baptist from the Interior Departmental Wash Knott. Both are professors in tho possessed by this worthy scion of a strong moral character and an influence ington notice that her application as Preparatory Department of C. U. at noble race. for good that will add lustre lo his practicing attorney before It has been present. These young men deserve every achievement at the Bar. Equip Orator of National Prominence to Speak special credit as they havo almost GENT'S ped as Mr. Chandler, is. and blcracfl LADIES' favorably acted on. Stanford Journal. And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Here. still further with a modest estimate of made their own way through COLUMBIAN COLUMBIAN Misses Mona and Lucy Frather, of self, we confidently and fondly hope for Stock (for the Spring trade), that ever came to college. McElroy was Valedictorian of On Monday, May 1, county court day, mm a Valloy View, came up Monday to at luture class '90, and Norman Salutator- - at 2 o'clock p. m., Hon. James P. Tar usefulness in oi great distinction and Richmond. They have had a life-tim- e expersociety, the church and tend the Caldwell High School Contest, C. U. Lexington, Ky. ian of '9G class. ience in the hardware business and they think vm, President of tho Ohio Valley state. They returned yesterday, accompanied League of Bimetallic Clubs, will ad by Miss Nancy Hall, who will spend Dr. Smoot Locales Here. How's This? dress the friends of bimetallism, with pared to sell 3'ou anything in the hardware line iy the remainder of the week with thorn Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re Homeopathy. has long had an enthu the purpose of having Madison county , V FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. T vumi yuu citu geh tne same gooas ward for any case of Catarrh that can Miss Cramer, Miss Tcmpie Oldham's siastic patronage in this county, though less muiiey ii represented. in tfio great convention of not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cnre. iff. anywhere. Now when you are not trading with accomplished milliner, is now in Cin at first tho believers in that school of bimotallio- - clubs to be held at Louis 1'. J. UiiKNKY & CO., Toledo, O. All wo require is $1X0 down, balance payable after examination. U new stvies in medicine and its disciples had an uphill cinnau siuuymg uie U. t UU., J UO JUUl 1K111U Ull JUIII lilUUIb We, the undersigned, have known We are the only factory In the United States selling direct to rider. ville, May 31, June 1 and 2. He will ladies' summer headdress and Miss row to hoe. Now, however, they no foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. F. J. Cheney for tho We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given . have nothing to say upon any of the believe him perfoctly last 15 years, and Oldham promises her patron a larger longer have to debate their position and honorablo in all We give more options than the regular dealers. You can have your choice of contests for State nominations. business transactions and financially color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. and better selection of styles than ever the field has grown so as to encourage Judgo Tnrvin is a speaker of national able to carry out aDy obligations made Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, largo boforo. another doctor of Homeopathy-- to lo- prominenco and has been favorably uy tncir nrm. sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc D west & Truax. Wholesale Dmcmsts. cate here. The new physician is Dr mentionod for a placo on tho national A STATEMENT. WHITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, Gen. Geo. O. Watts will leave-o-n Sat Toledo, Ohio. urday for Fort Worth, where he will Chas. E. Smoot, a graduate of the Chi- ticket with the idol of Democracy, Will Walding, Kinnan Marvin. Whole A comparison between meet his brother, who resided in Ken cago Homeopathic College, a nativo of iam Jennings Jjryan. At the great sale Druggist, Tolodo,& Ohio. p Main OLEVEl.AND.OHIO. Richmond, Kv our offers and those of tucky, and together they will go to the Mason county, Kentucky and a gentle Dollar Dinner in New York, last week, Hall's Calarrh Cure is taken internal g apr25-3directly trixinruutnjvnjuuinirinruijira ranch belonging to Gen. Watts' man oi refinement, skill and social Judge Tarvin aud Mr. Bryan made ly, actiugsarfaces upon the blood and mnnJinntfuuinnjinruTJinjtnjiruim other in Kentucly, mucous of tho system. Testibrother, and remain there about four standing. Dr. Smoot is not a stranger speeencs. Of tho hitter's address it monials sent free. Price 75c nor"bottle will, we believe, result in weeks. Alexandria, La., Town Talk, to us, having for two years attended was said that it was the crowning Q H UN 8 9 76 7B A effort Sold bv nil Druggists. a permainent customer. flail's ramily Pills are the best, lm Mr. Sidney G. Clay gave a dinner Central University, and thus making of his life. When Judge Tarvin. sat SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO Saturday evening in honor of 'Squire friends by his gentility and studious down, the entire assembly rose to its Again Centre Goes Down In Defeat. THE REASONS. "Wanted Situation, qualities. Ho is a cousin of Dr. C. S. feet and cheered the eloquent Ken- Turner. Thos. Biggerstaff.Georgo Ham STANDIXG OK THE CLTJIlsr By an old ganlner and milker. Small Holton,of this city. He has two lino tuckian. Toastmaster Brewster called -ilton, R. II. Winn and John F. King. Liberal, Won. Lost. Per Ct. wages to right man. Address care A. 1. office rooms in the Moberley Building out to Mayor Rhinock, of Covington, of Mt. Sterling. A dozen gentlemen Central Universitv....2 0 1,000 ' methods; generous, up-t- o (formerly Collins' Furniture Store) a million thanks for bringing All persons owing accounts at Gus Manrnlfn' Miller, at this office mai lo-Georgetown College- -l 0 1,000 from Pans wero also guests. The din that I j can call at mv office and settle i tv.thn.it where ho can be found at all hours. man to New York." o ooff KentucKv univ'v... uate assortments; prices ner was informal but elegant. Paris I additional cost. Wanted ! II. II. COLYEK. I 0 000 PLAN, INSURANCE REVERSED. Itcceiver. WE. PAY WHILE aprs-t- iv Mr. Tarvin is Circuit Judge of Ken State College a little lower than you ex- Reporter. Their Lands Exempl From City Taxation. To buy all dead cattle, both in the itv 0 Centre College I 000 ton county, Ky., and has made a Bplen-di- d and countyj and will remove all dt'.id YOU JblVE. "OJLU LINE" COMPANIES PAY P3aMfatNUB,AN "There were giants in those davs." is pected to pay. A low "Nows comes from New York of Mr. By tho extension of the city limit3 record on tho bench. He is proba tho only way Ed Rowland speaks of EWIllViV 8ia. Constipation and Indi. horses without charge, for the hides. Francis Douglas' good forturo and good several years ago a large area of farmWHEN YOU DIE. price never being an ex looks in the metropolis," says tho bly closer to Mr. Bryan than any other athletics at Centre College lately. Yes, gestion. Ecgulatcs the Li7er. Price, 25 cts. Headquarters nt Hurst & Fowli r's Lex ing land was subjected to municipal store, near L. & N. depot. man in Kentucky, and though doubt and those giants remained in college cuse for a doubtful quality. ington Herald. "His column of sport-- taxation which the owners deemed un ' """""" Sam Bkoomfielo. " until they grew grey in the service and G.White. npr54w Iliehmond, Ky. ingiowsin the World is pronounced just and burdensomo. Somo of said less receiving much inspiration from wero barred out by old age and the arWOOD MANTELS. by competent critics to be wonderfully owners resisted the collection of the tho matchless leader, we aro nleased rival of a new president. As wh predicted in our last issue brilliant career is predicted taxes or properly protested their pay- that in this worthy disciple Kentucky See our line before vou able, and ahis affords such a valiant champion of the Harry Giovannoli's martyrs came over for him in chosen profession." a the from Danville and walked through n place 3Tour order. All Miss Lydia McKee and Mrs. Richard ment with tho view of contesting cud people s cause. His coming hither will slaughter house into nn open OVER $150,000.00 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS. matter in courts. To that crave. 6ignal for a great outpouring of be the They wore a misfit lot of players withthe new things m Tiles J. McKee, of Richmond, camo to this Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson, Mrs. Ida Mober Democracy which has OVER $60,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. not forgotten out a past or a future in base ball. city on Wednesday to attend the per ley, Mrs. Wm. M. Irvine, Mrs. Mary Iris" masterful and Grates. and complete rout of out Their clothes wore old and dirty, no two. WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK. Next week lormonce oi Air. ssai uoodwm on Jano Walker and Mr. Brutus J. distinguished fellowcitizen, Judgo A suiis were alike, and what was WALL PAPER. in a suit before Judge Scott to Thursday night. They will remain in Fleeced-line- d two of the players were strangHose worth 20cts for Burnam, in their memorable debate R. LIVING BENEFITS PAID MARCH, 1899. ; ers to tho rest. This is an Insinuation, the city for a week or so: During thoir restrain the city from collection of here in 1890. lOcts; 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c. Bargains Out of about 2;000 new stay in the city they will be the guests taxes on their lands annexed to the city were not bonajfido stu.that the players this week in table linen, napkins and' dents, isn't designs we call your es of Mrs. it. J. McKee's mother, Mrs. by tbe abovo mentioned extension of (1 Monday, --May 1, county court day, at The pitcherit? Well, let it co at that. r ,l T . an 1 i II, . came ii. in. .uui. uimeuuiists oi nil par weeicsago ana from Cincinnati two returned to that citv pesial .attention to'our 7i, James McKenna, on West Main street. the municipality. The assessed value ties bo on hand. A treat ia in store for after the game. The catcher is from of the lands was about $100,000 whereon Lexington Gazette. you. Cost, Address. Paid. Name. 8c, 10c and loc lines. Bardstown and entered Centre last- Name. Addre. Cost. Paid. Mr. John B. Chenault, of Richmond, about $1,000 taxes had been paid anDry- - Goods, Notions and other articles. . week for the express purpose, no doubt. Dr SH Stevenson, Chicago. HUM 50 (156 00 VtU3S:S"i? 57 50 165 00 27 25 78 00 ' Returned Home Alive and Welt. CARPETS. pf attending to out mutton. But as be- - Grace E Clark, Chicago, 111 Marshall, Lexington-- ., Mr. John S. Smith, of Paris, the1 nually to the city. and 57 50 1G5 00 ; OS L Marshall, Lextngton. 57 9 A 163 the nam& when; in doubt. After taking the case under advise Mr. Clarence K. Woods has rerrpivprl loro remarked, it was our slaughter A L Marshall, Lexington.. 57 EO former Commonwealth's Attorney in ,. 165 00 A L Marshall, Lexington... 87 60 163 00 We don't claim leadership In ev D B Jones, 56 50 162 OO 63 50 .. Lexington this district, who are candidates, re ment Judge Scott decided last Wednes from Churchill H, Guthrey, of Marshall. house through which they marched to Asher Si Co.,Lexington. . 153 00 THOS; MEIGHEN, Lexington . 49 50 14t 08 " "raaii, erything but Ihero ss not the spectively, for tho Democratic nomina day that the property was, except that iu., a TOici luiuuK oi mis saio arrival defeat. 56 50 A L Marshall, Lexington 162 DO SSJ?j.te S8,1' JJ"tom . 57 50... 165 00 home after his thrilling adventure in We leave to the Central News to rrive A L Marshall, Lslxlngton 56 50 162 M of Mr. Clay, lying between tho It. N. slightest doubt concernin our lion for Auditor and Attorney Estate. Lexington.. 57 89 ... 165 00 Con. fnov23-ly- ) Honduras and Gatitemalai Mr. Guth- the game in detail. Suffice here to W F White Estate, Lexington., 50 . 185 00 E Robertson, Lexington..... General, L & B. railroad Main and Ciikapside. RICHMOND, KY. 53 50 152 00 supremacy in Carpets, Mattings wero In W Estate, Versailles Thursday. They the city limits and Dr. Smith, not in rey is thu young lawyer who was sen- make a few scattering l.iur. .The con W V White Estate, Lexington. 67 50 .... 165 )58 REGULAR REDUMPTION. F White Lexington. E7 60 16.. and was therefore ex- tenced to be bliot for filibustering and test was almost wholly between and Itngs. 165 M M A are ably qualified for tho oil Ices they the W F White Estate, Lexington.- 57 50 . 41 51) err nus id 87 75 in whoso behalf Mr. Woods recently pitchers, as the score shows only tbreo W F White Kitate. Lexington- -- 57 50 empl from city taxes. 165 to W B Lancaster, Lexington- OCT ia4 injta 26 60 Hammond, LooisTille,.. aspire to and both gentlemen have 3i 05 D B Good Estate, Lexington ... 53 50. 153 made an appeal to the U. S. Govern hits wero tnaclfl off nf (! TT D B Good Estate, Lexington.: 5:S 50...... 158 ' J H Baker, Lexington &Yiui& 2S 50 61 32 ouv many Iriends and followers in this To" Ihe Memory el Dr. Fesler. G M Asher, Lexington. ment through .Miulfter W. Godfrey and four off Danville's imporred twirler. W FWhite Estate, Lexington.. 57 60 , 79 43 si 50 168 1)0 m.v war mmbhihiii, jv ii ai t Ml lr M 50 95 08 MSfTCTLT BATMeTMT. IUCTLT I HCrMSUTIIt, icllrTO BCUiUS Hunter. That his friend's life was i no lutjer was auout tne best visitinc; WF White Estate, Lexington. 67 50. . 106 jS Join Mtffntx, Louisville-,..- ,.. county. Woodford Sun. Delta Garner, Paris A very graceful action was that of saved was 40 50! 93 03 mi wiunnMiK saw M m MMMtT IAKAIK TH EYiKSAW. ISO) 62 ML sufficient satisfaction to Idr. pitcher that ever played against a O. U. A P Taylor, Lexidgton, X JSS KU A L Marshall, Lexington.. ... 67 50 Mr. and Mrs. C. Grant Evans, form the Southeastern Medical Association woods, but lie is receiving cougixtula H6 1)6 mmmmm team. Ho was long tiuo w.ww (just miut rucr. tivsjm wflW 57 50 . . 168 00 K.8W-2Total 5,996.16 erly of Richmond, hare tnken zooms at held at Stanford recently, whereat it tions from all sides,particularly from a good head, speedy, and wollow.v with A L Marshall , Lexington 166 fit 57 60 and tireless. He A L Marshall. Lexington.... Z, M,e.tt Profit Over Cost from better m&ierua than mnst . 57 50.. 153 i)0 i Mr. J. Kia.lrr Bronaugh's and will be appointed a committee, Dr. A. Wilkes young Guthrey and his parents, for his Mtruok out 17 of our boys, so that it "in A L Marshall, Lexington. pleased to 6eo their friends..... Mr, an'd Smithof this city, Dr. G. G. Ramsey, prompty and cfiiQlentnid to the boy In easy to .sea Ihat our victory was fraco-ftbl- o rww w Bowner siuD thefar-awaFor further informatioajaddress wit. Republic not to our own batters but to our Mrs. E. C. Boggs entertained Rev. aud Dr. E. G. Brown, to draft suitable Mr. Woods, howevcrt is unwilling to own pitcher. Bigger appeared,- - there-ibr- e, Robert G. Frank and bride at a six resolutions upon the life and Work of accept all tho Honor for the rescue of as the salyatiou o tho game ami main and broadway, trUk, o'clock te&TLuwKky evening, April 13. the lamented Dr. Jno. M. Foster, of this his friend, and gladly attributes what- ucservee an tup praiee accorded uim. ever of MSH.U 4 kis efforts Lexington, Ky. The following goceta skred tlw kepi- - city. This comnilMt,M on hand acbloved success twlefadid may havo tliatta the wav we Impartially linra . ij:'.- .. Lexiitf too, Ky. mm na nw our bk.x, rrMUM Thts Tmr to the endorsement If out; He ws calm, confident. Ry. awi Mrs. not Ml! Meg a jJorfgaeVtMjf. Their to. j?is appMl by Ooy. JoCrery, Hon. iiud cheejd on his ever knowing, W OOMICIt COniffcX CHICAGO A, T. MUMQtf, nn, Agent, the Democratic party when he said that onlv those who supported the Chicago plat form should the making of the next Kingston. platform. The former is the only of Mr. R. D. Campbell left last week ileial declaration until supplanted next for a trip to Columbia and other points year, and thowj who rejected took no ono of Bkyax road out Mrs. C. 12. Smith and daughter aro in Cincinnati. Miss Anne Freeman is at homo from a visit to friends in Danville. Rev. S. A. Owen is on a yisit to Cov ington, Tenn., his native home. Judge J. C. Chenault was in Mt Vernon Monday on legal business, Mrs. H. B. Land and children, of Jessamine, are guest of Mrs. Llzz'e March. Messrs. Littje. ana enable aro en gineering an impromptu dance for this ovening. Mr. David Edmiston, of Crab Orch ard, is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. W, Burgin. Miss Nellie O'Brien camo oyer from Danville Friday and visited Mrs. E. V. Elder. Mr. W. B. Boen, of Lexington, spent bu inlay witn lus lathers family near Thomas Henry Clay, Jr., and Miss Bes"Woodford was solemnized at the homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buckner Woodford, at 2 o'clock last evening. Rev. E. II. Rutherford officiated. The bridal party lett on the 4 o'clock train for a short trip. The life of this young couple has every promise of brightness and happiness. They possess health, youthful beauty It is the blood, the impure blood, and comliness, wealth and pure, lovely . Purify characters. They desorve great happi- friends, which is the that with Hood'B Sarsaparilla and ness and long life. May it bo theirs. happiness will reign in your family. Paris Reporter. Blood Poison "I lived in a bed of flra for years owing to blood poisoning; that fol lowed small pox. It broke out all over my t5dy, Itching Intensely. Tried doctors and SL.tCGiiTnn. At her home at Crab hospitals In Tain. I tried Ilood's SarsapaOrchard, April 19, Mrs. Mary E. rilla. It helped. I kept at It and was en Slaughter, wife of tho late Dan G. tirely cured. I could co on the housetops Slaughter, proprietor of tho once fa- and shout about it," Mrs. J. T. Williams, Carbondale, Pa. mous Green Brier and Dripping Scrofula Sore3 "My baby at two months had scrofula sores on cheek and Springs. Six children survive. arm. Local applications and physicians' Siieaheu Mr. Will Shearer, of this medicine did little or no good. Hood's Sarsaparilla city, received notice yesterday of the now tour, cured him permanently. He is with smooth fair skin." Mas. sudden death of his brother. George, S. S. Weotex, Farmlngton, Del. in Kansas City, aged about 40 years. He leaves a wife and four children in good circumstances. His mother and a sister, Mrs. Sallie Perry, of Fayette anil county, also survive. Mr. Shearer and flood's Fllli core lirer lilt : the DEATHS his team.wa8 at the mercy of tho professional pitcher, with the hope- of; vicMr. Guthrey and a party of young tory lodged finally in his own armli&nd men,lcft Kansas City in January for head. . Honduras, and their motive being sus"Wo wero glad to see "Littlo 'Joe pected to aid in a revolution there, Mansfield, even though ho bas joined they were raptured and condemned to Angulnaldo's army and was battling be shot. Guthrey, being a member of against his old flag. He is Centres the Sigma Nil Fraternity, of which captain and short stop and did good Mr. Woods is Grand Recorder and Edi- work and kept in a "good humor. The tor, notified his college brethren of his field work of Thompson, the base playdistress, and their prompt and effective ing of Adams and Norman, and k response has resulted in tho restoraand base running of Chas. Chattion of young Missourian ;to ' his ham .wero faultless.- Logan : at short 'heartbroken 'mother and sister. made a nice put out'and an assist. ErBurnam, Bennett & Co. Sued lor $30,000. rors in fielding of Chatham and Hall gaye.Centre.no scores but caused friends Tho Whiskey Trust en SaturdayfiTed of these.'popular boys to mourn. Biga suit In the U.- S. court against the ger let iniCentre's only mn by dropping Warwick Distilling Co., of Silver Creek, a fly in the diamond, otherwise C. U.'s Madison county, for$30,000. celebrated of Centre last year t Tho petition asks for an enforcement would havo been duplicated. As it was. of a contract on the part of the defen- 5 I is an elegant sufficiency, considerdant, and is the outgrowth of tho fact ing the fact that our team is strictly a stipulated that the Warwick Company collecO club with thead vantage derived agreed to sell whiskey at the time Of from coaching by. Louisville's pitcher, making the contract at 27 cents a gallon, Mr. Bert Cunningham. and when It roso to 12 cents they deHere is an item from tho Lebanon clined to part with the goods. The Falcon of. last, Friday, showing, how profit accruing from the advance long Centre's catcher has been a student amounts to something like$3O,G0O of that Institution: Sunday's Louisville Dispatch prints "Mr. Charley Tong, of Bardstown, the patition in lull and adds: who lived hero for several months, tor Danville, "It appears further from the bill that passed through on April 14, 1899. Stoll paid into the where he will cuter Center College.'' Columbia Finance and Trust Company the sum of $90,C00in cash for tho purchase price of tho distillery and whis-koabove set forth, "Mr. Austrian stated that his clients considered tho action of the Warwick Company and Messrs. Hurnnm Bennett & Co.. its owners, so palpably unbusinesslike and unfair in repudiating nam, of tills Hon. O. JJ. Bur" J.V. Caperton, and city.'"' Mi mm. it We Announc To the Ladies of Richmond aud Madi son County that we will give a (tick-wor- - - LEGAL TEST 16036. Summer shut-ou- -- to-da- y y fourth heat in a rsce on a half Record mile track. Sired by the great Electioneer (the only horse with 167 in 2:30). Lboal Tsst's 1st dim by "Don Victor." by "Williamson's Belmont;'' Jd dam Minnie, by son of Hambletonian 10; 3d dam Laura Keene, by Hambletonian 10, all producing dams Ills sire. Electioneer, stands ahead of any horse, JiTing 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 recordsof 2:li)'j. a distinction which is not equaled even by the great George Wilkes or any of bis sons. The public is well acquainted with such noted performers as Tbe Monk, The Abbot, Fantasy, Tommy Britton, Janie T., etc., from year tS year the leading stars of the trnf. The get of this great horse also bold the records for yearling, and trotters. is IS hands high, fine weight, Leoal Test with a perfect disposition. Ho goes with a shoe in front and behind, and is quite a handsome horse. Will stand at $15.00 to insure a living colt. ld three-year-o- ld four-onn- g Millinery IMI Olir n I 1 Opem 1 n ,i I I anil miimj, April u nn n nn za ?fir RllVftl" lint: ins;f. J5C v all the latest creations in Pattern Hats, Baby Lace Caps, Sailors, etc. We want pv- erybody to see this SPECL1L OPENING. Remember vofiirnprl f mm f.Vin A AW jwfEj apr5-2- B. H. NEALE. mm Eg- his mother left yesterday for the only cathartic to take with llood'a SanaparllU. LOCAL. Two Important Events Thursday afternoon, at 3:80, at the 2d Presbyterian Church, there will be a gathering of Christian Eudcavorers and other church workers and an interesting program is to bo rendered by members of tho 4th District of Endeavor Work. Tho evening session will be observed as a Grand Rally with a special program at the Christian Church. To both of these sessions all are not only invited but urged to be present. Important Notice to Teachers. it The exaininationsifor white teachers will bo held on the third Friday and Saturday in each of the following months: May,- Juno, July and Au gust. "For colored teachers on the fourth Fridays and Saturdays of same months- - I have recently received information for Supt. Davidson, "that from SO to GO por cent, of examination questions on Theory and Practice of Teaching, will be taken from the two books of the Reading Circle Course, and that from 20 to CO per cent, of questions on Geography, History and Civics form current events of iS93 and 18C9." J. W. WAGERS, County Superintendent. comrade, our lato distinguished follow citizon, ranked too high in his profes sion to elicit formal expressions of re spect. His memory is cherished with peculiar tenderness and regard, so pro found was his learning, so generous'his conduct, so blameless his life. He loved his profession. He stndied con stantly in bis wide practico, and by travel abroad and by experience . at homo elevatod himself to a lofty emi nence in tho medical circles of hi state. His future seemed assured, 'as ono of distinction, as his career had been so successful. It must bo an in spiration to his brethren of the medical profession to know that-rea- l worth hath so great a reward in, tho heaits of an impartial public. -- the contract signed by them on Fel-run17. 1809, aud that his clients bad information that since the rise in the Think of us When the Coal Bin is Low. price of whiskey "the Warwick Company has sold whiskies, which it ltad heretofore sold.to.us, to Eastern parties, at a considerable advance over the 3VQaTt Secret. price Stoll had contracted to pay to In all the new rich dark Whether the Coal you buy them, and that this is the only reason from some dealers is Coal colorings, special designs. which tho Warwick Company had in endeavoring to repudiate its legal and or something else is a sebusiness obligation. He also said suit cret darker than the coal would be brought against any vendor itself. who fails to comply with his contracts." - You'l find no fault for We understand that Messrs. Burnam, on that score if you Bennett & Co. make specific denial ,oI the allegations in tho petition, and it buy our Pine Knot, and On up in price to tbe fine Pressed will be entirely premature to express Papers. No use to waste your Straight Creek Creek Coals. an opinion in advance of tho trial of valuablo time looking at small case, liowevor, Knowing the gen Ve Also Handle Hay, Cora, the Etc sample books of old stylo iob tlemcu as wo do wo bono our ennntv papers. AVe have a number of men will establish their right and win tne suit. experienced Paper Hangers. Telephone 21, near R. N. I. & B. A Young Lawyer Vins His First Cass and Depot. Terms Strictly Cash. ry I mrte : Only. aner! - We will make Special Prices to anyone ranking 4F SjJ. OPENING. We will have plenty of ladies to wait on vou. Sales-T- . "Cresco" Corset Selling. No Corset specialty ever came into this stock or store that has met with such a cordial reception from our buying public; our customers are our best advertisers. Wearers of the Cresco Corsets are quick to see the economy of a corset that CAN NOT BREAK AT THE WAIST LINE. , com-plai- nt aek "Payors " 3v Upsels a Thirty Year Practice. A Fine Work by Green Clay. "A Tabular Analysis of Code Plead ing" has been compiled' and arranged by Mr. Green Clay, of the Cincinnati Bar, to which tvo direct the attention of young lawyers. It is an outline of a civil action, the regular parts of plead We weie asked." It remained for a young barrister of this city, Mr. John 11. Chandler, to establish the unconstitutionality of this barbarous custom that lias been practiced so lone in violation of tho XIII Amendment te the Con stitution which says that "Neither sla very nor involuntary servitude, excent in punishment of crime, whereof the party shall navo been duly convicted. 6ball be allowed in the United Statep. or any placo subject .to their jurisdiction." And again in violation of Sec 8. which says "Excessive bail shall not bff requireu, nor excessive lines iranosed. nor cruel and unusual punishment iu- liicted." Mr. Chandler held, and truthfully, that vagrancy is a misdemeanor, jiot a crime, and cited "Thompson vs. Bur ton, supreme uourt ot Missouri, to support ins contention. Mr. Chandler, who had been appointed by Circuit Judge Scott to defend Ben Burton, colored, indicted for vagrancy, demurred to the indictment on the grounds that tho vanrancv law of our state is In violation of the Con stitution ot tho United States. Mr. Chandler showed that vagrancy is not a crime but a misdemeanor. But granting it is a crime, the punishment con templated ny tne constitution is fine, or imprisonment in fail or Denitentiarv. over which the Stuto exercises super-visiuu. uui, iiiiiii bulling one man 10 anotner is slavery or involuntary servl tude, which comes under the inhibition of the Constitution, against "cruel For a third of n century, almost, va grants navo ueen sola in this state to the highest bidder and "no questions lo More AnAllilAiAi TtttVtttTtTT Tttt We Charge A A. A A A Sealed Bids. Sealed bids will be received by J. N. Culton for the erection of a new church. Just bfrond Water Works, on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike, up to Friday, May 25. For further particulars call oa David Chenault, Sr., or J. apr2C-t- d N. Culton, this city. for hanging than those who cut up and otherwise destroy your paper, New thin iu VVU IlilVR Sot it, and we want you to see it. The "Cresco" ' w v Corset that outbesls airy- - Ill I Ui As long as stock lasts we will continue to supply you with No. 80 Taffeta Moire Ribbon, (C. N. &Co.,) at 20c, worth 40; No. 40 at loc, worth 30 ; No. 1G at 10c, worth 20. We have secured another sample line of 5vaa as, 8, Cvoee 50cs., - Lang-shan- a. Eg blh-fr- 4 - - d hand-ium- '9s is.m-proyin- HIGHEST BICYCLE $20.50 CFiBrower&Co Best Bicycle Built . Facts; and Why? anr t 1 II. a d. e. COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., mm Street, l SCO m TIE broad gauged OF LEXINGTON, KY. Receiver's Notice! tl WHICH DO VOU PR6PER? ' Advance Advertisement! S'Ladies' Clay-joine- most-amusin- g Special Redemption. .. 5 The Maine Commission Co. " Manager, . See. Sove. Bi"-fpr- i , SEND OWE DOLLAR w wwm . . 6 S.-C- . "."v"i r-- evoa; aely - :.,". A. SMITH BjOWMAN, SECY., . th'4 4m mm'rSUJwailHI npr-n soTm icfemoad, Ky, Print Shows through. t Having bought in very large quantities W PRICES : Ave TO are in a position to quote the . g following-L$1 25 1 50 t4 T 4- nil solid leather Oxfords, Dongola. Kid or Calf, common sense, size 3 Jo 8 EE. price 1 00 worth 8oh' lca,,,pr Oxfords common sease, Coin-toor patent tin, Bizo 21 to 8 E.......;.... 1 Ladies extra nice light weight Kid Oxfords. Black or'Tan. common Bonsc or Com too, kid or 25 worth ' nntent tin. rizh 21 to 8 D or R.' nri ", . r. : Mt'.i r . t , :.Trmi:: uo, patent, up. vcsiinc top. size "e to S IS, price, 1 M) worth I' i i' 4,eK, '.c! J.1 ' .,a" la,ce P"" I'wl. Hd tip, Coin too sizoUSs to.7 15, price;.:....; 1 75 worth . in or spring heel, lace or hutlon.kid or patent tip. 2 to.H, Do. V. iei 1 .V) worth Mnn h new Inn Box Calf in lace or button, all gyle toVs.izef) to 11. (J. I) r.rol;B ., 3P0 worth Men h new Inn Box f'alf, light or dark shado.-al- j stylo toes, sizo 0 to 11, 15. (J and I) 3 50 worth Men's Black or lan, Vici, imall styles, Jaco or congress. 0 to 11. I), E and EK 3 (X) worth Men's Black or 1 an. Vici or Calf, all Btyles. size 0 to 11. E and EE 00 worth . 1 .....; P f n 752 00 2 tin 2 25 $1 75- -2 O0 3 5") 4 00 3 50 2 50 I ADeiva)ei a Compete, t- aw& Sfeaio & Successors to WALLACE ARNOLD. RICE cigar. 2 4 Busy Bee Cash Store's Bargains lc yard Q) Nice Dress Ginghams 5, CJ and 7Jc yard yard ( Fine French and Silk Ginghams . . . . . to 24c yard Dress Goods, 30 inch wide, stylish, and 3c yard v pretty Cheviot effects 19c yard, worth 35c 4c yard 2c All-wo- Shrivel up Competiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewd-- est buvers. Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our delivery wagons smoking. THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never disappoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: Tobacco Canvas Tobacco canvas, best grade Brown Cotton Good yard-wid- e Good yard-wid- e Bleached Cotton 10-Unbleached Sheeting Good Bed Ticking Best grade Bed Ticking Cottonnde for hoy'H pants Best Now York mills Camlet Jeans Extra heavy Cotton Cnssimers Best grade Apron Gingham WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS, AND MISSES' The Richmond Climax. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Taken lo Prison. 3 re u o CO C3 J C3 "j but if the Suit is not made of the right fabric, is not tailored properly, has no st'le, your investment of $10.00 is Virtually a Loss. Every investment you make in Clothing from our store will be gilt edge. Is very Little Mone3r to invest in a Suit, We buy straw hats in verv largo quanitiea direct from tho manufacturers WEDNESDAY. APRIL 20, - - 1809. and one prepaired to make prices that no one will touch with a ten foot pole. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Think of getting a stylish -Proctor Knott Cigar. straw hat for 25 cents, or a one dollar -- Odd Fellows celebration at Court hat for 50 cents. Come and sec them. Covington & Mitchell. IIouso tonight. The alarm of lire night was false. Sheriff Colyer took this week to Frankfort the following prisoners, who were sentenced to the penitentiary during Circuit Court, which has just adjourned: J. M, Dulaney, horso stealing, five years; Dick Wheeler, three years, forgery ; John Williams, colored, seven years, horsestealing. Odd Fellows Celebration Ce (Q Nice Bleached Towels Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents 5c yard 7 to 14c yard y) Men's and Boy's Percallo Shirts 25c each 8Jc yard (Q Baby Shoes, all colors and white 25c 10c yard ov Ladies' kid, button and lace Shoes, pat tip . . . only 75c only 08c 12c yard yJ Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality 4Jc yard (p Men's Cassimefo Pants, black and blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. 12c yard ...... Xii 6xv 0.00 SvlWs v. every Are absolutely AlMVool, beautifully finished garment Sowed throuch and through, Upper and Lower Shuttle with 0,000 fiovornment iStandnrd Pure Dye Silk, Lined with extra fine real Italian Lining, Sleeves are Lined with plnin color Pongee Silk finish Sateen Sleeve Lining, Satin under collarp, Thirty rows of stitching, Fronch facing and broad Satin pipimr. Every detail of insido and outside tailoring is done witli cato and thought to have fit perfectly and give the Wearer Lasting Satisfaction.-Ther- e are no better tailored garments than ours, thoro is no way to make them better. You want to see our. Suits buforo looking elsewhere, as we can make your $10 00 do what it will take tnucli more to do as m ell elewhere. They'ro the best that's why you want to B30 them before you buy. We mean our Insurance Gasoline Stoves. 3 Ttio weather- recently baa been Only stove in which provision is made perfectly delightful. to prevent tho escape of gasoline should -- Jno. AVilliams, colored, was given the burner be accidentally blown out n or left op-n- . seven years for horse stealing. Found only at the Cash Hardware House, Douglas & Simmons. -- Will Pay highest O prices for Plows, harrows, market cultivaCl wool. J. W..CHKISTIAN. tors, Champion cornplanteis, mowers, binders and Deputy Marshall John Centers "was and all kinds of farming impliments. fatally shot by Itobort Patrick at JackW. C. P. Breckinridge to Lecture, Hero son. Night. Speeches and this "Hot Bargain Sale" we are naming Special They at 0:30 Sunday Banquet. As heretofore announced tho Madi son Lodge. No. 14, 1. O. O. F. will celebrate its ciglitieht anniversary at the court house this evening at 8 p. m., by public addresses followed by a banquet. The orators will bo Hon Jess T. Uos- nell, of Leitchfield nnd Rev. T. S. Hu bert, of this place. Prices on Table Linens, Napkins and .Doilies. will go very fast at prices named. After Dinner Hood Sold everywhere. We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Suitings, Silk "Waists and Dress Patterns ever shown in this cit'. As these goods are the Cullings of the largest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay you to look at them. to o COVINGTON & MITCHELL,. 3NI200iS H3H1V31 iVO m Hon. Wm. C. P. Breckinridge will deliver a public lecture Thursday night at the C. U Chapel before the Wesley Puckett, a soldier from Cat- - Law Class of Central University, to lotsburg, was killed by the Indians in which the public is invited. Texas. Ilarri'd l'lyniouih Uoek. to -- D. P. Armor is offering' some, rare Twenty years n breeder of this one bargains in ladies and gents gold aiiely, stock better than ever before. watches. Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New Head Judge Tarvin's speech, print York. Egra "1C to 1" setting, SI. Mits. M. F. ed in Climax. Ho will speak Silvor Creek. Madison Abiiuoklk, to Co., Ky. niS-3here Mav 1. CJ 's Dr. Combs for the killing of loughby, will be tried Wil- - To assist digestion, relieve distress after eating or drinking tco heartily, to prevent constipation, take PMs 25 cents. 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. The Quay lawyers have no evidence to offer on behalf of their client and the caso goes to the jury this afternoon. Most all Druggists See Our Line of Lace Curtains. Dot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, Mattings, Oilcloths, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing the largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities. . sOur "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarantee for their cheapness. We Have Just Received And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Buttermilk Toilet Soap, price 8c a cake, the best Toilet Soap used. We are selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. We are showing all the new things in Ribbons, New Dress Trimmings, New Laces and new Hambergs. Try a pair of our "Topsy" brand Hosier, the the best in the market. ball at the University affords pleasant amusement for lovers of the national sport rs Grand Treasurer Robb will visit and inspect 'Richmond Commandery No. 19 at 7:S0? Seo notice. The ice tuan will now supplant the coal man, to a largo extent. Both are blessings true friends in need. SQVIH 3HJ. 3311 SH?3in. 1VHJ. fMSOOlS ON SI 3H3Hi Everybody invited to the luncheon Cuts, wounds, burns, sprains and Miss Tempie Oldham will close bnii'. s quickly heal if you apply Bal cheap her small line of ladies' handker to be given by the ladies of New Hope Snow Liniment. Price, 25cts.aiid chiefs, underwear and hosiery. Come church, Friday night, April 28. .')('. ts. npr5-li- n nprlO-lPerry & Thomas. at once. Remember Judge Tarvin's coming, v l fourth case of small pox hasde-Tho LTte Indians of the White River May 1. He is one ol tho foremost ad reservation are again in an ugly food. ii 1 in tlie Lexington jail. vocates of bimetallism i the TJ. S. lai-l'u- Those who have gardens should not throw away soap suds as they are use ful manure for small shrubs and plants, Our strtaw hat at 50 cents other houses will ask you one dollar. Come and seo thorn. Covington & Mitchell. H ' Come and see our 25 cents straw hat, other houses will ask you 50 and 75 cents for same goods. Covington & Mitchell. Newly married people appreciate an antique piece of furniture as a gift after having had it artistically upho! stered by J. II. McCarty, Stouffer sloro room, First street. Miss Tempto Oldham's millinery store is a bco hive tjf industry and an art emporium when it conies to ladies' fashionable headgear. Call and seo her fashiouablc pattern lists 1 1 if Judge Jas. P. Tarvin. of Covington, will speak at tho court house on Mon day, May 1. county court day. He Is President of tho Ohio Valloy Bimetal lic LeadKiie, and one of the finest orators in the country. I An unprecedented sale of mens straw hats. We are ofieritur a beautiful lino of straw hats take your pick of our u0 anil 10 cents Jint; at 2o cents each. No' fake hat, a strait almost till gift of a str.iw "hat. Covington- - & Mitchell. Mr. l'JIdur announces his crand summer uiillininery openiug for Fri day and Saturday, aud it goes without saying it will be a for he has experienced, stylish trimmers and the capital to back them. RemoiikJ ber the date and be assured of a profit able and pleasant inspection of new styles in ladies' bead gear K. cl P. District Meeting. sell you what you ask for. Somo few will ask you to take something which they claim is "just as good." A littlb more profit induces them to do this. Dr. Bell's is the best cough, cold and grip cure. After you Clay Pigeon Shoot. tryitonco you will llKe it too well to Theflr6t clay pigeon shoot occurred accept any substitute. last Saturday resulting as follows, 25 Circuit Judges nro still unable to shots apiece: Dr. Hobson 17, Dr. Jas agreeon a commissioner to succeed tho per 15. Joe Chenault 9, T. T. Covington late G. A. Winston. R. R. Burnaiu 5, Waller Chenault 3, Many people suffer untold tortures J. Smith. Tr., and Prof. Park, tried from piles, the popular itn because for last place each missing all 29of their pression that theyofcan not be cured. birds. ranter's Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them. It has met with absolute The Pence Case Appealed. success. Price, 50cts. in bottles, tubes apr5-Judge Scott overruled their motion 75cts. Perry fc lliomas. for a new trial and the attorneys in the Edward White was arrested for case of Commonwealth vs. Alex. Pence flim-flagame attempted on a Louis fur killing Jauies Smith, which result ville florist. ed in a verdict of ten years in the peni One Good Doss tentiary, will take. the case to the on retir Court of Appeals, as Judge Scott bus of Dr. Boll's pended judgment fqtsixty days, allow ing, stops a cough, relieves croup, or ing Penco thirty drtvs to file a bill of cures a cold, nnd insures quiet rest and refreshing sleep. It Is harmless. Raexceptions. Hons. Wm. B. Smith bies lovo it. All mothers who have and R. JH. Crooko are fence's attor used it recommend it. Try a 25c bottle trom your (irnggist. ney's. Miss Christine Bradley has been A Sensational Case Dismissed. to unvail tho Kentucky monu Martin Bowman, white, charged with chosen ment at Chickamauga Park May 3. tho crime of incest, was acquitted by Even the most vigorous and hearty the jury on Thursday last. Tho case has been on the docket for somo time people iiavo at times a feeling of weari ness pikI lassitude. Tlio dispel tins nnd the trial was Jookedt. forward to feeling take Herbine; it will impart with varying degrees of interest by the vigor and vitality; Price 50 eta. Perry apro-lcurious and morbid. The prisoner and & Thomas his daughter both testified aud speeches The vinegar trust, which includes were made by the Commonwealth's Louisvillo pl.ints, will be incorporated Attorney aud by Mr. Talbot Jackson this week. the defendant's attorney. Tho verdict It Can Not be Proven of acquittal is a ureal legal victory for Is tho Dr. Bell's that latter. best cough and lung remedy on earth For County Clerk- unless you will try it- - If yon do this Mr. Arch KavanatiRh Doty is tordny and don't agree with us. yon gt vour 23c hack quick, right where you buy it announced for tho Democratic nomina Many horses in McCracken county tion for County Clerk Aside from his personal fitness for the place he offers are victims of spinal meningitis. the argument that nono of the Dotys Mothers! Beware of those secret rob nor Kavanaughs ever asked for ofllce, bers of your b?bv's quiet and health though they always stood valiautly by ThoFe sleepless nights and long hours the party nominees. Mr. Doty sajs ho of tiresome vigil are caused by those terrible enemies of childhood worms. lias often ro fused to run against his Destroy and remove them witl friends and by their urgent solicitation White's Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 apr5-lnow enters the race, and asks fur the rents. Perry & Thomas. support of every Democrat in the Seven hundred miners are on a strike county. at Linton. Ind. Pine-Tar-Honm y, m Pine-Tar-Hon- ey m Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. We have placed on sale the "Red Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We carry everything in favor this season in this department, Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, -- W. D. OLDHAM 1 COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN ff fare a Cold in One Hay Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money If it failf o cure. 2oc. The genuine has L. B. Q. on nov9-(5each tablet. Mrs. Martha Lewis, of Mt. Vernon, sister of Dan Kmniett, author of "Dixie," has been adjudged insane. To Admitted 10 The Bar. One-Four- th Off Clearing Sale last. Avill The K. of P.LodgevNo.43,willhold a district meetihg here on May 17. There will probably bo twenty-flv- e lodges represented. The program will bo announced later with unfeigned pleasure that we announce the admission to the liar of Mr. Wm.. Robertson Letcher, son of the Into James Letcher. He was graduated at Yale University in 1898. and has applied himself with such assiduitv to the study of the law at Central Unirersity as to master the course in ono year. He passed a brilliant examination before Hons J. Tovis Cobb and J. A. Sullfvan nnd was promptly admitted to l bar of which he will doubtless make a bright and shining light. the-loca- It is Quaint Sayings. To Sinq In Winchester. interesting and instructive to roail origin ami well constructed au vertisrments. Messrs C. I. Hood & Co. of Sarsapnrilla fame, must have been at a great feast and taken everything Home with tlicm. Ilinv are using bright selection of quaint old sayings and proverbs as the starters in a series of clever ndvertisments, wherein the proverbs nro neatly turned and para- matism and Sores. Price, 25 phrased to flt the subject matter. The Soldbr Ferrr & Thomas, nucccssors public liko this breezy advertising, as Q. White. tt reminds or otlier proveros and opens up discussion. The defense tn the george murder case offered some important testimony is It April Siiotvers I was reading- an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Wash away tho filth and waste that Diarrhoea Itemedy in the Worcester have accumulated during winter. Enterprise recently, which lead; mo to In like manner Hood's Sarsaparilla write thi-- lean truthfully say Inewr expels from the blood impurities that used any remedy aqua! to it for colic have been deposited during: tlie season nnd diarrhoea. "I have nover had to when there has been Out little perspirause more than one or two doses to cure and perhaps constant confinement the worst case with myself or children. tionimpure and vitiated air. It is a W.A. btrouu, I'opomoko City. SIU. in boon to tired mothers, housekeepers, For sale by Perrv & Thomas. apr5-lteachers and others who spend their Fullv 2.500 nersoiis commit suicide in time iudoors. It fives the blood richness and vitaliRussia every year. ty, fitting it to nourish and strengthen the nerves, muscles and all tho great Rheumatism Cnred. organs of tho body. It cures all spring My wife has need Chamberlain's Pain humors and banishes that tired feeling. Balm for rhiiematism with great relief, It is tho best medicine money can and I ran recommend it as a splondid buy for all diseases caused by impure liniment lor rheumatism ami otlier or iniKiveriHhed blood. You should household use for which we have found begin taking it a'pr5-lit valuable. W. J. Cnvler, Bed Creek, New York. Thcto are three cases of small pos in Mr. Cuyler Is on ofthe leading mer of this vilage and one of the Mrson county, and the people are chants most prominent men tn tills vicinity. panic stricken. W. G. Phlppin, Editor lied Creek When Travrllnjr Herald. Uor bale uy Perry s l nomas. iipr5lm. Whether on pleasure bent or business, H. S. Stout, of Parss, filed a petition take on evory trip iv bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and in bankruptcy Monday. on tho kidneys, liver and fver. headaches fri f A"?; KlJBAN 0 L cures bowels, preventing MUX I V (ut, Burn?, Uruioos, Rheu- and other forms of Mckness. For sale . m to-dani For coughs and colds there is no medicino 8' effective ns Coupon's Honey of Tar. It is the ideal Price, 3o conts and 50 cents. Perry ic apro-lThomas. Tho Third Kentucky Regiment has gono into camp at Savannah, to remain until mustered out. pi? I 1 The Boylo County grnnd jury has in height. been charged by Circuit Judge Warren to "let no guilty trust escapo." Tetter, anil Uczcma. Tho iutense itching and smarting inci"A word lo the wise is suilicient"and t, dent to thoao diseases is instantly allnyi d a word from the wise should be but yon ask, who nro the wise? by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and Those who know. The oft repeated ex- Skin Oiutment. Many very bad zasva perience of trustworthy persons may havo been permanently cured by it. It Mr. W. M. is erraally efficient for itching piles and ho taken for knowledge Terry says Chamlierlnin's Cough Rem- a f avoTito remedy for soro nipple : edy gives better than any chapped hand3, chilblains, frost bit- 3 otfn-- r in the market. Ho has been in and chronic soro eyes. 2t3 eta. per bo.-- . the drug business, at Klkton, Ky., for Pr. Ccdj's Conilifion Powders, are twelve years; has sold hundreds of lwt ties of this remedy and ne:;rlv all other just what a horse needs when in b:d Tonic, blood purifier, and iiMigh medicines manufactured, which condition. They are not food' but shows conclusively that Chamberlain's vermifuge. a tlie people, medicino cents. in 50 cents hoitlcs by mII leading drug- is tho most satisfactory t" by Perry fc horso in and the best in vso to put 25 prlmo condition. Price to W. gists. Manufactured by tho California and is the best. For Sato 3enta per package. apr5-lThomas. Fig Syrup Co. only. Salt-Utieiu- n. sulli-cienm Colic NetirntR'a nixl Toolbirhe five mruutr. Four Stomach to euro Dyspepsia when taked accord- and Suziacr CoinpIaiuU. lilcc, 25 (tnU, ing to directions. 25c at druggists or Sold liv niail from Standard Pharuiacal Co., White. by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. O. Detroit, Mich. fe-Only ono man in 203 is over, . Digcstos Never Fall Planters; CUBAN rJCLIEF " Reliable Salesman to sell the best fcpeciatly on the market. Staple article and ready seller, alforditiK large profit No samples or deposit required. Ad dress 92G Majestic Ruildiug, Detroit Mich. A pr2C-2- t Place to go. 1 By the forelock if you want the benefit of the One-Fourt- h For luscious bananas, ripe apples cold ico cream-sod- a water, fresh cakes. nice candies, tobacco aud cigars go to A. Dinelie, next door to old Post Office. Restaurant open day and night. aprl9-5in Our Winchester friends need not possess tho local attachment for Mrs Lillie Logan Keau which Richmond feels for that sweet singer, to appro elate the grandeur of hor vocal "powers when she sings to them tonight- - She has completed the courso in the best school of America and her teachers in xsew xorK say that sue siioum now go to Paris to further perfect her voice, Thus docs Richmond boast of finished artist, whose charm oL voice and manner render her irresistible. good-temper- Those horrid fits of depression melancholy, low spirits, and sudden ir ritabilitv, Hint sometimes afflict even people, is due to the blood being permeated with black bile Herbine will purify tho blood, restore neattn and cheeriuiuess. Price oOctp, apr5-lu- i Perry & Thomas. Tho human voice can in a few cases 296 worDs An PUSHING 25 ifSS titter a minute. Tar-Hono- y, Important Addition On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Hats, &c. OFF 1 Cit) School Teachers' Examination. Applicants for teaehershins in Ca'd well lifghT'Scliool for noxt year will be exatnlhed on Friday and Saturday, April 28 nnd 29. The election of said teachers will take place in May before the School Board. Has Not Abandoned the Mace. The report is untrue that Hon. W. W, Uoini)3 from tho race for tho Democratic nomination for the Legislature. On the other hands Mr, Couibsvill remain in the race to ilio finish, reports to the contrary notwith stanJing. Attention, Sir Knights! The Clothier, The Shoer, The Hatter, The Ftirsiskr. urn Ail members of Richmond Cop niaudcry No. 19 urcehlly reqnested'to report at the asylum Wodnesday cvon Ing, April 2Cth, at 7:80 p. m. in full uniform. Inspection br Grand Trcus urcr, Robb. By order of Eminent Com mander. J. SrEKD 8MITH, ilecprd-er- , to tho list of the world's most valuable medicines is Dr. Bell's Pine Harmless in Its nature, ret almost in fallible in its action, it is undoubtedly C. H. S. Contest a Sueetts. the most efficacious means known to Four hundred people, young and old, day of curing roughs, colds and kindred crowded into tho court house Monday diseases. Good druggists sell it at 2oc guarantee. SMZ night to enjoy the entertainment of on a On processes for making sugar nnd tho Caldwell High School pupils from whom were, chosen a speaker aud a vo salt, 2,401 patents have been taken out calist to reptesent us at the Bluo Gram young How many youne men Declamatory Contest eoon to be hold women are cut on just asand luture tlie in Somerset. There were seyeral fine seems brightest and tiniest or promise choruses and a number of solos sad They are taken awav by the disease over of all th The jndgea awarded which causes world declamations. the disease w liicl deaths in tho tho honors to Miss Sadie Raughman, doctors call consumption. There is al- declamation, and to Miss Katie eolutely 110 reason in the world wh Hacker, for best vocal soloist. Miss consumption should be fatal why Baughman recited, in rcstuino, a tragic should be oven spHous. It is a disease blood, and can bo cured absolute of selection, which was very fine. .The ly the always by punlyuig and enrich and others, especially MIfs Cam pell's, were inz tho blood. Tho only exception t also truly excellent, eviocing a high this is the case whero the disease lias improperly treated grade of talent. Miss Hacker has a been neglected and than Is stronger the IkhIv unsweet, cultivated and promising voice. until itbody has become so weak" m to til the Her competitors, especially Miss Pra- have lost the ability to recuperate. Ir. ttler, were very good. Little Miss Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will Schilling, made quite a lift witli hor cure 98 per cent of all cares uf cousumi tiori if Used according to dircciiuus. It vocal solo. Prof. Clark pinmised to also cures all lingering wugbg, bron give even a better entertainment by cbial and throat affections. L. stamps lo Send 21 cents in tho older pupils at the court house on World s Dispensary Medical Friday night. Admission, 25 cents. tion. Buffalo, New YorK.andAssocia receive Doors open al7. PprforBittqea bejjina Dr. Pierce's 1008 pa COMMON sense at 7:38, wharp, MKBIOAL ADVIWt, UlUfteq. mm iBfDTiB in m im n uiaa vm H oe . rf a Mftin limnm mu v mum nam iUe-.- i y Offering the newest Spring' Goods of burpassing Quality, Style and vS5gance at Prices that show plain-- there's L. lI IfI Ji 1 X JU LS I one-sixt- h By buying your Ladies' and Men's Eine Footwear and Gent's Eiu,nishin.yj& jruuUB liiMii us. jLi'YUjy uujjarunuii t is uuiiipmu; uiu vtu tvui uuv-- j piuiioino tit us 3m 7Kshowiner you through. lJ JU Iw w Kim JLJIr O-T- i I 1 V JUfLJ-Tf?CS3K '8 B W fep" $ Our Aim is your Satisfaction. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & COM PAN V. ' J " one-ce- nt a . 207 WEST MAIN STREET. ji Nil Mt M SW SWSV JiA N Q va i Mmv IIN w- w - g Who can thlak of some simple vnnr MA? f hv rnv tr1nn nn waillh Write JOHN WEDDEIUJUKK & CO- - Patent Attorney, Wwhingtdn. D. Cfor tbelr $Laa prUo offer Wanted-f- irntt in Idea Here's Your. Choice. Some Extraordinary Offers . tCounly Court Days. ly The Climax, R. N. !. & B. R. R. Timo Table No. 33, Taking Effect day, May 2, 189S. bast booxd. Mon2d Class. 1st Claw. No. x No. 3 No. 9 Ex San Ex San Ex San The Climax wants fivo knnrednew subscribers by tho first of th enow year. In order to reach this end, somo extraordinary inducements wil2 bo made. Until further notice the following; will be offered to subscribers. I I fir vjrw a uri Ask your physician this qucs- - Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayetto county, second I 5 Monday. I Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon 3 day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- - ALL WOMEN Should know tliat tho "OIUTluio" Eemedy, A.M. 10 li Versailles Nicholasville... 11 01 View.-- .. 11 26 Valley 11 41 Million 11 S8 Richmond.. P. M. 12 13 Union, Moberley.. Brassfleld. 12 16 P.M. A.M. S S2 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 5 30 6 48 8 20 8 60 9 15 , . . ... Panola Irvine 12 30 12 35 1 05 10 00 10 05 10 25 '10 40 11 35 I ..... west bounu. Irvine Panola IiraMfield Moberley Ex San Ex Sun Ex San Ex San N6T2TH0. A.M. .... 4 No. 8 I NoTTO P.M. 2 00 2 25 2 30 2 41 2 47 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 P.M. A.M. .. .. 11 1 1 1 65 05 20 45 15 Union Richmond Million Valley View .... Nlcholasvillo Versailles 6 05 C 1 2 3 3 4 6 b 5S 7 50 M." 00 25 30 10 trains to and Irani Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to and Irom Cincinnati. J. V. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. II. ADAMS, Superintendent. P"M." A. All trains connect with Louisville Southern p"'M."' P. SI." Wsnted-- An Protect yonr ldw; thvr may bring you wealth. neyt. Washington. P. C for tbelr $1,800 prito offer auu tut Ol inu uuuunm uiiguuuim tiiuc. .5 -- can think atmtilA Sdea 3 innw patent? tbtog to o to the liver inc Jidin Courier-Jou- r taste and acceptable to the system. It Twice-a-weel- c turbs the stomach and takes is the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the system effectually, nal, both for one year $1.C0 s awav the appetite. The dis- dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and Weekly 1 agreeable fishy odor and gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. I taste make it almost uncr.- manently, us perieet Irecdom from every oujecttonaoie quality and subThe Climax and Ohio Farm s durable. What is to be done ? stance, and its nctinsr on the kidnevs. J This question was arts- liver and bowels, without, weakening $1.90. wcred when wc first made ll lliHdim LIlCIll, lUUKU lb H1W lUeOl 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, dui tne medicinal qualities ol the the United States or Europe I remedy are obtained from senna and at reduced rates. s other aromatic plants, bv a method known to the California Fio Syrup OH with Kvdo- ! of Co. only. In order to get its beneficial FAfflDOS! phosphites. Although that euects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of theCompany was nearly twenty-fiv- e years printea on tne irom ot every package. JUDGE TARVIN FOU.'JD HIMSELF AFTER I j ago, yet it stands alone to- HIS SPEECH. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. -- The Climax and The Week- T iron, "What is the one cf; cat ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. I remedy for consumption?" I T The .Climax and the: Home I He wii! answer. "Cod-iivc- r $1.30 and Farm, I oil." Nine out of ten will answer the same way. The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's f Yet when persons have ? The pleasant method and beneficial consumption they loathe all euects or tne well known remedy. or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. e Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the i im The Climax and the Louis- i iauy iuuu5, yet ci is neces- - j California Fio Srncp Co., illustrate I sary for their recovery and I the value of obtaining the liquid laxapost, $3. tive principles of- plants known to be ville daily evening medicinally laxative and presenting The Richmond Climax and j they cannot taKct:plain ! ccd- t; tl ' TL u;sthem in the form most refreshing on 011. 1 d- " a- Danville, .Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third " ' Monday. Winchester; Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. THE NEWSPAPER. V -. Is tho best lor remits Treaties. Corrects nil Irregularities In Female Organs. Should tie . taKcn inr ' e ot Lite nna cmioro Plsotrrs "Old Time" P.rmtdles havo stood the test for twenty years. or-rtaiw-Bin- ii CANDY CATHARTIC 25c. I druggists. - 5 I i 5 1 j Cod-Liv- er New A little boy in a neighboring town Made only bylnou Fpencer Medicine Co., Chat , Tennessee. was required to write an essay tho other day. "Tho Nowspnper ' was his sub Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-ly- r ject and here is the result "I don't Q. White. know how newspapers cainetobein the All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Norvo Plasters. world. I don't think God does,-fo- r . he hain't got nothiu' to say 'bout them, and 'editors' is not in the Bible. I think tho editor is ono of tho missing links you write about, ami stayed in tho brush till aftor tho flood, then came out and wroto the thing up, and ho has oeen nero over since. J. never saw dead tin' and never heard of oncgettlng licked. Our paper is a mighty poor nil'; the edttortgoea thont underclothes all winter, don't wear no seeks and paw hasn't paid his subscription in more than fivo vears. Ex. 50c ggyygp IE 9 b g 01 "TT3 ! 11 $ I O BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. IOUTSVXLLR. ICY. NEW YORK. N. T. For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c per bottle. Printed Elsewhere in tho Climax. Lexington Herald .1 H B m- - 1:1:: -- sr a -2 go JanS-l- y i 93 013 5 g p Pi -- 135ECONOMIST RANGES Our Kentucky friend, Judge Tarvin carried 01T tho honors next to Mr, Bryan and sat down after his epeecii to find himself famous. o 5 IS. pi a 3 B S" 05231 o o c 2 SJ o Sce ro PI C o o p - trrr?erc" o o o o acre go g o o n 3 et see nan a. as-- o 8Ro o d w ., i :5 : :2 9 05 et- -- 1 ca o - sa w B333333H ggss 3333 DR. CALDWELL'S CO m Mil 1 Roofing, Guttering and General (Pb CURES INDIGESTION. Frankfort & !HI Winchester Paris Mavsville mm i Job Work. In Effect December p.m. a.m. 1 48 5, 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 2 09 6 7 09 5 45 9 99 10 18 11 20 SYRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION. p.m 7 20 6 16 8 30 5 10 4 28 3 40 DR. CALDWELL'S 2 55 5 6 17 7 10 Lve. Richmond Ar. p.m. 1 " ' Ar. ... e .' " 11 (O 42 Frankfoit Cleorfetown 8 4') 7 60 7 00 I f t rv ri i Ask lor tickets via Paris. J. R. NEWTON, r. kock, FOR', 4 G. P. A. amvi Time of Trains at Minohester, Ky. i urn kqi 1 It was an ovation, earnest, enthusi astic and full of meaning. And his speech met the fervid approval of his delighted hearers. It was of that nature of oration which has stirred thousands in many ages of the world. The care ful student of human nature and human history is familiar with many just such speeches delivered to excite thousands in Judeo, Athens, Rome, Paris and America. It is tho passionate utter nnco of tho reformer ngaiust organized power, against recognized force,against existing conditions; in favor of change of reform, of somo new and vaguely defined conditions. It appeals to all who desire change; to all who want better things; to all who have any grievance, or bear burdens, or with whom life has been hard. And life is hard with so many of us; we stagger forward under so many burdens; we carry so much unnecessary weight.that vo respond with full heart to such ap peals. And there is much truth and justice in tho arraignment ho makes against organized wealth. Corporations have combined into trusts fran chises have been recklessly and cor ruptly bartered away; long years of le: islation have made the rich richer the and poor poorer. It was it national misfortune that the Supreme Court do cided the fncome tax law unconstitu tional and that this reversal of its pre vious decision was by such a division among the justices and under such pe culiar circumstances. And, therefore. Ids hearers felt that the arraignment was at least in part just, and they re sponded to the appeals for redress. Every editor has received these lit tle cards. The postmaster sends them to tlte editor. Tho postmaster is not to blame. For instance, there was a man by the name of well say Tim Spriggins, who sent us three notices to stop. his paper; ho didn't want it any longer, wo wondered what was the matter. Upon examining the subscrio tion book we found Tim short $10. He had never paid a cent and yet he stopped his paper as a matter of economyto us. We didn't want to loose any more by mm. A few days after wards Spriggins was at church nnd his melodious tenor rang out loud and clear in the old stirring song "Jesus Paid it all." AVe might have been mistaken. ut his earnestness impressed us. So tho next day we sent him a receipt in full, begging his pardon for not knowing that lie had made an assignment of his liabilities to the Lord. Murray Ledger. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling; and Lexington Accora ItMtern Express for Louisville Morehcad and Lexington Accom Nw York Limited P. F. V . .. 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 pin Six of the best Fire Insurance Com panies In the United States. Losses paid pruiupuy. In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. Wo will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, day. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations on or write II. HOOD, Agent L.&N.By., Richmond, Ky. or Q GORGE W. BARNEY, D. . A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom. 9 15 am 11 58 am New York Limited F. 1'. V Leximrton and Mt. Starling Accora 6 30 pm Washington ISxpress . 9 28 pn Accommodation trains run daily except Sun- Upstairs. Je2-- For Sale Privately! I will otter for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, hack of A. R Bumam's property. The housp has seven rooms, good cistern, stable and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be reasonable lor cath. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. EASIER THAI EYER. The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which tho Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly I'altmsn Tourist Cr lor California, Lve Louisville every Thursday 9 25pm Arr Memphis Friday & 18ara Arr New Orleans Friday 7 45pm Lve NewOrleans Friday. 8 20pm Arr Houston Saturday s 45am Arr San Antonio Saturday .4 45pm Arr Blpaso Sunday 2 45pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 9 20pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday 5 15pm Tlu ii Tic Tne Witter Eotte t Miforaii. REGESSSERO. COMPLETE Restores Lost VlUIIly BLISS Mikes the WeaV The sale of Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company has been completed and the property turned over to tho purchasers. wtensibly W. II. Butler and the Union Tobacco Company, though it is be' lieved the American Tobacco Company Is the real purchaser. The considera tion Is $12,500,000. And order for 45 locomotives from Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the sovernment of India has been re the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen- t now ultliin rn.y rrarli Amrrlran. ceived by tho Baldwin Locomotive ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. 3J days treatment h positively cuarantral to cure 1110 niosl compucalctl caso or Nervous IktilMtr. 01 Works, which has just finished tho first Wm. Alposs Khllo.nd, A. Q. P. A., Wasting Dlscasa It acts powerfully A. II. IIansox, O P. A., Lonisville, Ky. A New 3Ian. Phyalrally IVrrrcJ. I and itilcklr locomotives of tho 30 recently ordered tho rociili Chicago, 111. dec20-l- y orthr tne or UCtJCVEUO. Yinmg men will rc by the Midland Railroad Company, of mln their imt manlioot, nr..l Old Jlcn will rccovci or-er- The Great S(ro3. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (IN KENTUCKY Schedule la ftlecc D.c- - 18, 1808. BASTnopxa Na 1. No, 5.' No-- X Lv 7.40am 3.30pm 7.4.pm Ar Shelbyville 9.03am 5.02pm 9.07pm Ar La'renceb'g. 9.55am 555pm 9.50pm Ar Versailles. laiCam 6.17pm lO.Wpm 10. Item 6.45pm laSopm Ar Lexington NcT67 "NitT "Ka 4. WESTitonwR Lv Lexlncton 7.3Uam 4.Spm 5.15am 7. Slam 4.5ipm 5.37am Ar Versailles. Ar Larenceb'g 8.20am 515pm SA'Sam Ar Shelbyvilleu S.lSam 6.05pm 6.32am Ar Louisville 10.40am 7.35pm 7.55am .uiua .,u-i- . 1, a auu o carry r rco uDserva-tlo- n Chair Cars botween LouUvIllo and Lexington 1 I their youthful vigor. Itinvlgorates and rcitorr tt full life and vigor, nil sanrcrsrrom Seminal Weak ncsses, Impotency. Vnrlniccle. Sicrinattorhea. r Nightlr Emissions, Lost ltraln nnd Power. Weak Memory. Wakefulness. Evil Dream. nnnn- denry. Lick ot Con.T.:encp. nnd cfTtcu ol w'f. n. aliao. or sexual excess and tilth unfits ono for baslncM. study or tnarrl.i. UV.(:r. ki:ii goes at once to l!ie root of t!io illscasc-t!- iat Is why It cures. It U tlia rrreatcst Nere Tonic In the world that is why It gives Visor and Anion nnd restores the Fire of Youth. It Is a marvelous III 00 J Purl-fer-thIs why tho Pink Mow rntnrs l.ark lo t'lepalcrheeka. Inlstupon liaxing RKt.'EN'nitO. Can Ik carried In vest noiki-t- . Uv mall Bl.no box, 01 lx for e.1.O0. We rheerrully refund the monrv where tlx boxes do not effect a cure. v1n.u1.1r3 iree. Aiiuress tuo American Orr.ce of England. by tho explosion of a lamp at tJto homo of Mrs. Rufuse Lisle at Lexington, died from the effects of his injuries, Dr. McCormack, of the State Board of Health, says there are eight oped cases of small pox at Lebanon well-dovel- John Pedro, who was burned m Junction. BORDEAUX MEDICAL For Sale In HJebmOTiil' lSv Vfrrv T. -- G0.SLA'" " Thntnui. Jfe EASTBOD.M). NoH 3.30pm 7.411am WKSTitonan. 8TATIONB. Na lilNoTlX 7.35pm ia40nm 5.iupm 8.10am 4.25pm 7.20am 4.15pm 7.10am I.v I.oul-v- il Ar .!5am Ar LarncbrgAr G.45pm ia43am ArllurodsugAr 7.00pm! ia55oml vy uurgin. . I.v 555pm Wfieeler & Wilson SeYltjg Machine, ,., Ar Savannah 5.10am Ar Jacksonville 9.00am 5.55pm 6.45am Ar Chattanooga . Ar Atlanta lU3Uatn lUOam Ar Macon 1.00am S 25pm Ar .Tarksonvillo . 8.55am 9.55pm Lv Chattanooga . 6.10pm OJSbam Ar Birmingham . 10.C5piu 11.30am Ar Meridian 2.3uam 9.55pm Ar New Orleans. &30am a 30am . Florida & Ilavuna Train Na Cinclnnat-Limited carries Through Drawmsrltoom Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville. Atlanta, Maccn and Jacksonville: connects at Lexington or Chattanocga with lullman Sleeping car for NewOrleans: Free Chair cars between and Lexington: Observation Chair cars between Lexington and Home; Cute cars, roacheK. Train Na 3 carrios Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville. Chattanooga and! lilrmlng-haalso Through Sleeping cars Irom Lexington to Jacksonville via Asbevlile and Savannah: also via Chattanooga and Atlanta. No changv. Free Chair car Lexington lo Chattanooga. "Tirotigh bleeping cars Lexington to Now Orleans. iDall v except Sunday. A.WjrEnoK. P.&T.A., S.T.Swirr.P.&T.A.. Louisville. Ky. Lexington. Kr. Jfe.ajlNNO!f.3dV.P.G.M., J. M. CULP.T. M ur . vVos5lnBtOD' 1:C- - Washington, aft 1 le do-ca- nt WESTBOUND. 11 tNo.CS. a30rtm ?JAim I.v Ixnilstll Ar 10.40am 7.35pm 5QSpm' 9.0Uaro Ar Shellivll Ar 9.12am 6.05pm 6.17pmiaiCain Ar Vcrslles Ar 7.50am 4.15pm a40pm ll.luam 7.30am 3.38pm 7.1Upmlia05pm lAr Oeorstn Lvl 7.0uam! 3.00pm EASTIIOUKU. WKSTIIOUSD. tNa l.l INa 5. STATIONS. tNa 6. itNa 7.40am 130pm Lv Louisvil Ar ia40am 7.35pm Ittliam 6.20pm Lv Versllcs Ar 70am 4.45pm ll.ltiam1 7.05pm Ar NIchlvill A1 6.58am 355pm 11.58pm 8.05pm Ar KIchmndLv 6.05am 100pm 1.06pm Ar Irvine Lv 1.30pm Na 1. No. 3. Lv Ixiuisvilla 7.40um 7.45pm Ar Lexington 10.45am 10.35pm 7.00pm 7.45am Ar Knoxrfllc Ar Ashevlllc 510am 1.15pm Na EASTBOUKD. 1S. HNoTc?." RTATlO.tR. INa a stations. Rotary Motion and all Bearings m, For sale by Blao Grass Furniture Co,, Kiubmoud, Ky, Stanley .1, -. philosopher Quay that he "smiled as he entered the St" tn t,ta court-room- " frim at Philadelphia iho other conclusion, day to be tried .for "conspiracy," which what must be the natural conclusion is a polite term for theft. The dispatches of the thousands do not state, and they cannot estimate, of suffering en who undenro tho cost of that ismiic to the senator. St untoia torture in bring-la- g ioinmcnu us to mo man wuosu soul is their babes into the world? Philosophy of this kind is based upon too serious to' smile .at impending dis gross ignorance. The fact is, that there is grace, and whoso character is too earn no necessity for the severe pangs undergone by the average woman. If a woman est to lightly laugh in tho frowning Is strong and healthy in a womanly way, face of dishonor. Harrodsburg Demomotherhood means to her hut little suffering. .The trouble lies in the fact that the crat. majority of women suffer from weakness No liight to Ugliness. anil disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted for motherhood. The woman who Is lovely in face, This can always be remedied. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a sure, speedy and form and temper will always have permanent cure for all disorders of this description. It acts directly on the delicate friends, but ouo who would bc'attrac-th- e and important organs concerned, making must keep her:liealtlw If she is them healthy, strong, vigorous, virile and weak, Sickly, and all run clown, she elastic. It banishes the indispositions of the period of expectancy and makes baby's will be iiervbus and'irritabln. If she advent easy and almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs, and haa constipation or kidney trouble, her Impure blood will cause pimples, blotinsures a healthy and robust-baby- . Thousands of women have testified to its ches, skin eruptions and a wretched merits. Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you complexion. ' Electric Bitters is the as "just as good." best medicine in the world to regulate. "I suffered fourteen years," writes Mrs. Mary J. Stewart, or Box 46, Saratoga, Santa Stomach, liver and kidneys and to puriClara Co., Cat., with female weakness, nervousfy tho blood. It gives strong" nerves ness and general debility. I tried everything to bright eyes, smooth, velvety skinrrich no avail. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and ' Golden Medical Discovery cured me." compioxion. It will make a The names, addresses and photographsof n charming- - womah.of a hundreds pf women .cured by J)r. Pierce's medicines are printed by permission in u'valid. .'Only 5Q cents at Perry & the "People's Common Sense Medical Thomas' Drug Storo. 2 Adviser." It's free. For a copy send si one-cestamps lo cover AJ6tter received from Claude Hig-French cloth binding stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. gins, a former Lexington boy, states Every wotaan needs a fr,at medical book. Dr. Pierce's Cotstooa Sense Medical Ad- lhfche?has struck it viser ills litis wast. It eoataisM over I goo His letter was dated Dyca, and had "1 bear! 800 iiUtstratiosM. PHT been twenty four days in cowling. m There is so much trouble coming; into the world." said Lord Bolingbroke, "and so much more in Boinp out of it, that it is hardly worth while to be here at all" If a man and a The bad teste and odor have been j the case of tho Commonwealth against W. A. Bottom. The question raised taken away, (he oi! ibclf has been Pine-Tar-Hon- ey was the legality of a local option elec partly digested, and the most sen- tion held in the city of Harrodsburg on 5 siiive stomach objects to it rarely. May 10, 1898, when a similar election I Not one in ten can take and digest f Nature's most natural remedy, improved by had been held in the county within the plain oil. Nine out of ten can science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive three years of that time. The Court of j taXc SCOTTS EMULSION and di- Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. s tjest it. That's why it cures so a Appeals holds that the people were not required to wait three years after the The sore, weary cough-worLungs are exhilaJ many cases of early consumption, j county election, and that tho city elec rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the Even in advanced cases it brings cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed I comfort and greatly prolongs life. T tion was valid. membranes are healed and soothed so that there It will be remembered that the coun 1 oc jnd Sr. 00. all druccists. Is no inclination to cough. - iLuitaiBOWNU, Chemists, New York. S ty of Mercer, as a whole, voted out MloJ whiskoy, but later the city held an w II til SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS elec Bsttlaa Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Slzca tion and beat local option. This latter Special Rates to Louisville, During Month ol election is held to bo valid, as above BE SURE YOU GET I AM 68 acdneverraed May '99 via The Southern Railway. any remedyYEARStoOLD,Bell's equal Dr. stated. It appears to be very difficult ty It gives qnlck and permanent relief Or. Bell's Note dates on which you can go to for the local optionists to hold their In grip as well as congns and colds. Itmalcrs weak I nnes strong. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, Louisville cheap: ground, as loopholes nre easy to find by Peducah. lir. Spring Meeting New Louisville Jock which to thwart their purposes. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors lo W. O. White. ey Club; tickets on sale May 3 to 19, Henry Kochler & Company, good to return May 22. Rate ono and Charles E. Douglas. Geo. D. Sinvnons. d fare for tho round-trip- . .On Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., in May 4, Derby Day,May 11, Clark vite correspondence with Mill men Stakes, and May 20, Kentucky Oaks, who have lumber for sale. Thoy buy only ono fare for the round-tri- p ;tickets Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, good two days to return. Dry or Green. Write thorn. apro-OMay Musical Festival: Tickets on Stock Items. sale May 8,9 and 10, good to return APPEARANCES ARE Stock cattle aro highor than thoy May 11. One fare round-trip- . South ern Baptist ConventionVTickets on sale have been for years ranging from 4 to OFTEN DECEITFUL May 8 to 12, inclusive, good to return 5 conts per pound, says the Loxington 15 days from date of salo. Ono faro Gazette. There were about 300 head at and things that ave show3r many times prove to be worthless. round-trip- . Travelers' Protective As- the Union Stock Yards on Monday sociation: Tickets on sale May 15 and and were principally sold by tlie head An article that is in daily use, as a Cooking Range is, must 10. good to return May 22. One fare and when weighed un were found to be Substantial and Reliable; It should be the best to be had. range as high as wo state abovo". round-tri-: STK) llogs are selling to local butchers For rates and further information, . Every call on or address nearest Agent South- Irom $3.50 to SJ.Soper hundred accord to weight. ern Railway or Wm. H. Tayloe, Asst. ing Tho distilleries are lurnisliing still Gonl. Pas3. Acent, Louisville. Kv. Range slop cattle at 3K to 4 cents. Green His Life Was Saved. hides are worth from CJ to 7 cents per Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen pound. of Hannibal. Mo.. Iatelv had a wonder Mules and plug horses aro' in great ful deliverance from a frightful death. demand and very high in price owing to In telling of it ho says: ''I was taken the backwardness of the farms in ith Typhoid Fever, that ran- - into their plowing. One firm has Bold over Pneumonia. My lungs becamo hard 300 head of mules in the last three ened. I was so weak I couldn't even weeks at good round figures. Redd & sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I Bros, have sold on Cheapside sevoral expected to soon tu.j of Consumntion. pair at from two hundred to two hun when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis dred and fifty dollars per pair. covery. Ono bottle gave great relief. When John Stewart, of Palmyra, O., continued to use it, and now am well went home and found that his wife had and strong, I can't say, too much in its , n.1 ; . : eloped with a neighbor, ho wroto them xuis marvelous meuicine is li raise. the surest and quickest cure in the that ho hoped thoir honeymoon would orld for all Throat and Lung Trouble. bo a pleasant one but that thoy had betItegular sizo 50 cents and $1.00. Trial ter kcop out of his sight. bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drug A mob ovorpowercd tho sheriff at Store; every bottle guaranteed. 2 Henderson, Tcnn., and shot to death The public has nothing to fear from William Larue, in jail for murder. the threat of the insurance trust. That Larue lived sevoral hours after the mob tho trust is discontinuing agencies in left and gave the names of two of tho some places and threatening to write mob whom ho recognized. moro business in the State, amounts Prof. J. B. Secrest, Prosidont of tho nothing to the peoploat largo'. In Central Normal School at Waddy, has fact tho people will be benefited bv announced himself as a. candidate for tho abolishment of the trust. Because the position of State Superintendent of Of extortionate rates mutual insurance the Public Schools, subject to the accoinpanisa have beon formed in many tion of tho Republican party. parts of tho State, and tho business Tho Minnesota Legislature by a vote transacted has been of satisfactory na- . lliere is onoin Kenton county of 39 to 15 tabled the message of Gov. IS THE BEST in Construction, tho Most Economical in the use of fuel, and the tho members are perfectly satisfied Lind urging tho recall of tiio Minno Most .' erfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yot been produced. sola volunteers from the Philippines. after five or six years experience. We have secured tho exclusive aency for this line of Ranges nnd will be .".a: i'he people in Covington got along pleased to show them to you. Sizes, Styles and Prices to suit everybody. very well bolore the trust organized Two men were killed outright and 0a. here and there was no demand from several injured, ono severely, at Bedo... a.. the people for extended facilities in ob ford, Indiana, a train on the Bolt raila. taining insurance, neither did they way goint: over an embankment. Ca... Csa... ask for an advance in rates which they a.. a.. wrero compelled to meet if thoy kept DOUGLAS & SIMMONS, Ce... a.. their property insured. Tho insurance a.. Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Plows and Plow Gears, Har- trust has to go. Covington Common a.. a.. realth. rows, Cultivators, Everything in the Farming Line. a.. c c a.. Transylvania Prcsbytory convened Blacksmith Supplies. mehl-l- y i annual session at Danville last week We have tho highest rcgard-fo- r the a. ith Rev." Frank Walton, of Columbia, medical profession. Our preparations 6)a. . ?3 a.. olodcrator, and Dr. J. C. Ely, Btated are not sold for the purpose of antagonEV1fiSEY WA will Utrifl nn I enctma . . ( ilerk, present. The opening sermon izing them, but rather as an aid. We CiiADt DROP CAslM I (lilDICl StWHQ NACH1KE k,lrt!tktC U. D. ..Sjett li niiC lay it down as an a. vas preached by Mr. Walton. Rov internal remedies established truth that found! nrfrrtlT MtkhcUrr. eiKtlr an reDresrntnl. Raw are positively injuri- Mt hwUih olWrt Mil hl.k . f CfLltfl. ..d Tllr. 0Sa... C2ZATE8T BIEOIU TOO XTZU HilUD Or, p.y 'Aicicn Noel, of Lebanon, was chosen ous to expectant mothers. The distress a.. uur opeciai uiier trice S1K j..r cn Moderator and. Mr. L. C. Alcorn, of and discomforts experienced during tho " sea... the frtlBht will rerce JS cents for wh a.. months preceding childbirth can, be al- uotnd.and mcc m jn no i itiAuiQ your own MX) miles. reensburg, stated clerk. During tho home.amr a.. . .. ... ir mi . n. n, Ton r I1UA an, leviated only by external treatment by a.. Dr. J. P. McMillan, of Rich applying a liniment that softens and rep, all rally OxrlteS la O.r rr. E.wlac I.t.1.. CitaUrae! a.. ud at SIS. SO forlkla ! mond, was dismissed to tho Fayette-- laxes the HO... muscles. Wc la th. croatestvaluoTlTtnta nrQTT l&Yhoiul "u"-iwonerea by oa.. villo, (N. C-- ) Presbytery, and Mr. C. E make and -sell such a liniment, com- BEWARE concerns 090. . OF MITATIOMS b? bining the- ingredients in a manner Sa.. Christenson, of the Danville Theologi hitherto unknov. n, and call it te.numenu, oilenng a.k.... at.taiM. under vaxtooj nunei, with OSa... w"4 u Q,r EsrBlaAaDrT,s,EEor. cal Seminary, to the Now Albauyf Mjig-sn Pine-Tar-Hon- f I I I day the one great remedy 3 The Court of Appeals, in an opinion by Judge Paynter, affirmed two judg for all affections of the throat ments of tho Mercef Circuit Court in and lungs. j Local Option Election was Valid. DR. SELL'S TY I? one-thir- m ooks Chiffoniers, p. Umbrella Etc., Etc., Etc. IS leap, Attractive. WfJ ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIR.M, hill . ... FF DAY TELEPHONE 76. OLDHAM NIUIIT TELEPHONE 67. lie Cash Hardware House, R Word to Doctors On and after January 1st, terms will be 1899, our SESTO KM " SPOT CASH!' -We havo attempted to run our bnsinoss by. collecting our accounts the first of each mouth, but have been unable to collect them all promptly. W o are therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash forourgoods, and will endeavor to make it to Ihe Interest of tho trade to do business with us. We have a nice line of Staplo and Fancy Grccorlcs, Quocnsvraro and Glassware, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and got prices. yOoods exchanged for country produco....... . ,r m ilj ea.. over-strain- at., unu; It is recorded of Matthew Mother. s Friend DETECTS TUlf DIIDnirAtf lit. uurtmuiV Or 501K. haj everv snnvnt imniniTf iTiitT coon roisx or stiar iiigiI MHiia JIA1IE UY TlICIiesTUAvrn rnuja cjX 1 ATK 1 AL l If rtiOfrom right) one llini t ration boaUMa, Wc know that in thousands of cases machlna dosed, (Head droot plDB tobeneedae.aUr tUtt r 4nk, it has proved more than a blessing to full tenirth table and wi withtitnt 1S99 aktkua fraaw, head In placo for aoalnz.U. .tier carrca, paneled, irar cabinet r.nlah. flneit nickel drawer pulls, emboased faaer expectant mothers. It overcomes mornand OeeoratsJ . ten. bail aJU..v reaU on . ,cas. ing sickness. It relieves the sense of tightness. IUaduclics cease, and dan- 1: .... If J ivy 1 BaHnnl Flneit larr. lUakicin. k.. m..ltlr. rnnr,y'LT..T:'.T.I."-.."-imUV.UUIU winuer, oojasxaoie iiMraior.lmproTorl ioom wheel. adjmtbl presserDeannss. natnt tn.Inn ger from Swollen, Hard and Rising foot, lmprored ahnttle oilier. nfdt bar. natent drna cuard. brail la handaomelr decorated is avoided. Breasts Labor itself is andanai.iat.4 at t..llfollj IflcirEI. CUAFJAHTEEO U. 1UU.. ,nl.7ril d.tlViSr.flIt shortened ands.ho"ru of most of tbopatn. iills- iff .atkU. a,aiir. t,t rj k..w. atlarkiamt l.f.r.i.k.J aad r Free Instruction Eook tells jaat ta.intnn. ran mi It and do etthi-- plain or any kind that many doctors recomA 30.JE ASS" BrNDTNO ODAEAlrtE33 la lnt with "mih'nl mend it, and we know that multitudes IT COSTS YOU NOTHING tnw.ndraaniln. this machine, compare It of women go to tho drug stores and buy K r,r. vrz to vii w it because tjicy are surotheirpbysicians J.nr rraltat anal t tocii aiii.H havo no objections. We ask a trial-j- ust aelaalltAH. OBOEBIO tuf, Aildre:s, GEAS, ROEDUCK & CO. (Jnc.) a fair test. There is no possible Chicago, 111. chance of injuiy' being the result, beapr5-6cause Mother's Friend is scientifically compounded. It is sold at $i a bottle, and should be used during most of REPAIRING AND TIMEINO TINE WATCHES All Vfk fiiaroteci. A SPECIALTY. the period of gestation, although great relief is experienced if used only a short time before childbirth. Send for our illustrated book about Mother's Friend. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. cxsll: mcji iiwrmrT SOUP f30a. KOa.. QUARTER SAWED OAK gSgfj? Ba... as... CSa... a.. a.. HIGGiNS rtit Wc-kno- - - r a.l, 9 -- i.;. :.?,?' raaia to euro you. No Knife ! Ho WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, 0 KY. , A IIIIIIHAaiaaBBtiaiAflBAnAABitiiAsiAAAaat i m 3 ? physician. : , ATLAIiTA, OA. mar-velo- J'E'WEXjEIB cro sewing machine with all attach- L. E. LANE, do 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. AND ilUY YOUR Why Suffer Agony 1 It is the discovery of sin eminent Intsrrsjition of Businsss OPTIOIiLIT, MF3EIGHT Tho first treatment brings immediate relief. It. has cured thousands, and will cure you. MR. T. i3. WILCOX, prominent merchant nolitician and chief of tho Chattanooga Piro Department, says : " After PREPAID. Fcr this style new high tvar- - good-lookin- g, ell Your Hides the Highest and slell for the Lowest Prides oniarth. Cor. Main and Cuslipside. DON'S PILT? OI NTMENT was to roc. The use of one box effected a permanent enr'e,-- I volunttrily give ycu tills statement, hoping it will lc thctnetns of bringing your wonderful remedy Id lite atUutloa o others suffering with piles." vcarsf sufTcrins, run-dow- If tanttd lorears.sat-it- ments Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. s paper-covere- d mail-inzonl- y. rich.-itAlask- MUnTN AVE.. tl iWHAYNE M'K'Q utzh22-C- tsaehine ss net f aclory i a 30 days noney will be refunded. Send cash with order. Descriptive circular Bent on applies- tion. Seed Potatoes at Th u rm an's. We pay ' ' DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, i TENN. - LOWISVILLtt. KY. CO.. TOTXMjK I Co., a RICalvfOND' lrv octt-l- y I