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Last, WEDNESDAY. MAY 3. 1899. (M1 WsijAr Our Goods AND " 4 , NUMBER 48. TEE DOLLAR. DINNER ttVA t&SSQLV JEW PVP,E BQTAl CAKIta POWDtS CO., Baking NEW YORK. JudetTarvin3s.-Masterl- y fort on "The Power of Tie Bquitbls Life Ef Or t - d juudb or men than the pres-- 1 Compel you to trade with us of cess of law, and by and through the enco of the;o "nightly lostc." They fe 0 Socioty nmlnMnMknHj i i It misuse of legisla means of the ballot box. The uphold I of disenst and a whola train of symptom s. wherryou trivo us it, Iraal fcs OF THE UNITED STATES. uuut n iurii ior uuunc?.". married ryi ing established government and tho lifo nnd social liappincs. No matter i o At its Close. maintenance of the law aro essential to IMI'EllIAIiISM ITS OFFSPRING. whether caused by evil habits in youth, 3a natural weaknera or sexual excc&e. our ifeR Impcriiilij-is the ollspringof Organ- the welfare of the people. In times of Acw Method Treatment will positively Wt Of your money unless you cure you. ' Till! KINSII11 OF IIljrANITY ized Wcallh. Tho desire and Purpose revolution, of riot and disorder nnd lawet VJlIue received for it. 1 lie welfare and happiness of man NO CURE-N- O to roband enslavo a people who have lessness, it Is the poor and helpless who PAY Th. Header, rnn nrl lirln Vfl.l..Un..A. kind are dependont upon the kinship done no wrong to this government, nor suffer and they who pay. The rich and , y navo weakened you. . tliat reason wearealwaj's fc H f WjrM 151 ..I.; GRIGSDY & mUNCEY, i of humaniiy. It is n.ttural law that .iu .my ui us ci iizons, spring- only lroin powerful arc able to find safety, and to Exposure mar haro diMvuisl vr. Vn C" aro not safo till cured. OurNewilethod escape the pnyircnt of any part of tho men should labor and that bv their those whose efforts are wholly given K&X f?l:id fn Im.vn u v) ttUr CI i win euro you. x ou roa uo riiK. vJ n iliuuuu labor they should live. to the advancement of the interests of revenue necessary to public ends. 34 tne store and learn how much General Agent THE PARTIES OF LINCOLN AND & When a man is lifted above the neces capital. a- xonncr Jlan Vnn . .! . . sity of labor and above depondenco There is no patriotism and no unsel .wiva HANNA. Eastern Kentucky. aiiu naggiiru; norrous. Irritable and exbetter you can do here than citable. 1 on becomo forsetful, morose, upon it, by the accumulation of wealtl fishness in wealth. Tho present Hut it is well to fully estimate and and despondent; blntchc3 and pimples, national administration, under the in know the power with which the people tlrfouRii the medium of discriminating sunken ere, wrinkled face, ttoopine The. ladies caimoL be deceived anywhere else. form and donncast countenaneo rcTCal legislation, he loses his kinship to, and fluence of tho class dominating it. have to contend. Organized Wealth the blight of your existence. h by catchy phrases nor THE DEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 his itlentity with, humanity. And Or WQtildJf nble, be just as willing to mur the owner of a great political organizatM WE CURE VARICOCELE bombastic claims. All ganized Wealth knowns uo kinship to der iu own citizens at iiomif as; to ion,- and many Republicans fail t 'No matter how rerlous your ease may humanity, and has no instincts, no de murder tliose of the Philippines, if the draw the distinction between the we have to say is, we buy , or how lotiir you may hare had it. our Ik; hEW METUOU TUEATJIENlVwill no feelings, in common valuo of money could therebvvboi sires, ot a Lincoln, and the de .enrp it. Tho "wormy veins" return ti in the best markets of their normal condition and hence thb with Lumnnity. It is wholly reldn creased, or a few more dollars'adDctl ti graded Itevenueism of a Hanna. It ha sexual "fcans receive proper nourishthe world, select the la . less and wholly cruel. It is a Master, thestore. ment. The pnrans become titalixed, ait a muionai administration behind it, unnatural drains or losxes ccafo and test goods., and when you and nothing else. . arid the. It owns many of the courts of the land lnanlr powers return. No temporary ENGLAND OUR NATURAL ENEM.Y. ?;T?cfi.V.,b.u.t. n permanent care assured. Uokl Standard are brothers of the full It cau dictate legislation and ofttime buy you know you have NO CORK. .NO PAV Nft nui'iiiJ Contain n completo novel In every nnm-tie- r. An alliance with England is a desire can dictate adjudications. TION NKi"lSAHY. NO 11ETEN-li- J In nil.l!tloi to it nri;e qnnntity of useful blood, the deformed and abnormal is te It reaches the latest, m TION FROM BUSINESS. Bad entertaining reading matter. Iinl Hot from Tlie Gun sues from the womb of Organized natural to the friends of Organized into, owns "and controls, the great cities Xo rontlnitrit rtnrlr: irhleh are so tt. 1.1. nnu, serve as goods. Is that what you Wealth. England's magnificent record of the country, to such an Was the ball that hit G. R.Steadman CURES GUARANTEED utiiuii, tiio means extent ohitctlonaMo to moot rtudtr: ??..trc,,t..nn,, SYPHILIS. want? so, trade with It should bo Inr every household. Sub- through which are emphasized the of robbory, rapine aud murder excites that it has come to pass that ot Ivowark, Midi., in the Civil War. It TMIMlTPVnv' OLEET. KMTKKinVfJ scription, S.l.oo ix-- year. tyranny, the oppression, aud the ex their env" and fires their inordiuate with tliose in political control in caused horrible Ulcers that no treat J SrUICTPltK. VARICOCELE. SKill'. whom in evcr to,rn-AAl. LUSStS. U!.AIIKlt AND KID-Nment helped for 20 years. Then Ruck od. It matters not to them that tliose. cities, Republicanism tho 'n,?,?Sntf Inducements will be offered. tortion of their mother. In Bird's-Ej-- e Maple, iMahog-an- y, direases. and De CONSULTATION . .. r 1'RBn. England isand has always beeiii the mocracy have alike ceased to have len's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures, T. ...... ROOKS FREE. CHARGES r J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY, Publltnen, i jjui in me trust is an Golden and Antique Oak.... a 1 f unable to call, MODERATE. write PHILADELPHIA. advocate ot the gold standard: and natural ctiemV of- this government meaning, and the only effort is by luts, Jiruiscs, Hume, Roils, Felons for a QUIiSTfON BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. Nj Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. ninety-fiv- e of Organized those In control to become the wards Corns, Skin Eruptions. Rest Pile cure per cent, of the advocates The feeling of ds PROFESSIONAL CARDS. of the gold standard are the open or Wealth for England is as strong as the and the beneficiaries of the enemies of on earth. 23 cts. a box. Cure guaran Elegant Sideboards. secret adherents of the trusts. You can admiration and reverence lelt for that the people and of a free government. teed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Drug Extension and Center Tables. A7T0P.HSY3. not allord to rely upon declarations country by the snobs and flunkevs of Tiiere is no difference between a Croker gists. 122 W. FOURTH ST., 3 0dd Dressers. Chiifoniers. against trusts coining from the lips ot the east, patterned after the Depews and a Piatt, between Hoosevelt and a CINCINNATI. O. W. MILLER. NSParlor Cabinet Book Cases. Special flates to Huntington, W.Va. men of affairs or in public life who are tho yhitncys and tho Astors. Eng van Wyck. No faith and no depend 'Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. friends of the gold standard. Their land would like nothing better than to cuce are to be placed upon the profes On account of Wallace's Combined havo the iuflucnce-ansupport of the sions of tliose controlling the political Worlds Greatest Circus which will ex declarations are too often used only as Kbxtdcky. Ricuxomd, There is also on display in my store the most TORetahle a mask. The same mincinle nniWlipK United States in maintaining a system macinnery of ew lork, whether they hibit at Huntington Saturday, May C. YCnSERwith Office In the nnrnam Building, next door to raen elegant display of Morris Chairs over of colonial dependencies, necessary to call themselves Republicans or Demo the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway has tno gold standard and the trust. feb3-I- y armcr's National Bank. mitral hnnnti.ua In . . XS at least two-th- l nl nt all nrinptoms England's life, out crats. They are all tarred with tlm arranged for special excursion trains brought to Richmond. ORGANIZED "WEALTH'S INIOUITIES TEJ' DAYS treatment f rve. Commission to this country. a. uKUA-- aoas, uox Jv. Atlanta, Ga, same brush. No people's administra aud low rates from Morehead to Hunt Organized Wealth controlling legisla My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquetle, Merchants,. tion has beon powerful enough to pro-- THE OHICAOO PLATFORM DEFINED, tion will ever coma into power becaus-- ington nnd return. "White IIouso to Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot Huntington and viclo by law for the payment of two Atto rneyat-Law- , I would dofluc the Chicago platform of Hie will of any part of New York ton to Huntingtonreturn and from Iron- be excelled. aristocracy or New 'York politicians: and return at rates dollars for ono by the people to the of 189G to bo a formulated protest KICHMOND, KENTUCKY. and lower than ever. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and to provide by law for the against tlice.-astenc-e ami abuses of or anil our hope in the Empire Statt must over Taylor's Hardware store, opOfhe Dun't fail to see the parade which extension of the lifo of the national ganized wealth. I think that is its lie in the abilitv of the hnmlri! ui posite Court House, on Main Street. Corduroy, just received from the eity. debt, aud to prevent its payment; to whole mcaniug. I believe that the thousands of honest, patriotic citizens will be a grand sight. The circus has Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, of tho city and state to relegate these moro horses, animals and more good HOGG, Union Stock Yards, bring about by legislation the destruc Democratic national convention of 1000 Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractA TTORNE Y A T LA W. tion of jone-lia- lf of the people's nioney; will adopt a platform even more specif elements to tho rear. Tho hope of suc acts than auy other circus. Tako tho to create a government by injunction. ically and emphatically a protest against cess lies in the country outside the children and spend the day in Hunt Cincinnati, O. ive additions to our business. Kentucky. iliciiMoxD, for it is by reason of the dictates of Or tlie existence and abuses of organized great cities and success to bo attained ington one of tho most enterprising you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to Telephone 734G. ganized Wealth that the courts have wealth. It ..will rnainriirthe declara must be attained in the face of the op cities in West Virginia. Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 0 call and my line of Framed Pictures, Meposition of corrupt and debased munic Rates lowor than ever. For further established this process; to prevent the tions of the Chicago "platform of 1800. SeaAII information regarding live particulars see small bills or call upon dallions, &c. We also make a specialty of levying and collecting of a tax on in It will declare the purpose of the party ipal political conditions. J. G. & D. M. CHENAULT, fitock cheerfully furnished. Consign the ticket agent of the Chesapeake &. comes, by which it was sought to re to prevcut tne organization nuu opera THE SPIRIT OF LIBERTY. framing pictures. your stock direct to us. sept7-l- y ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' Ohio Railway at your neaiest station. quire the wealth of the land to bear tion of trusts. It will declare against Jiut the instinct of human freedom Kentucky, sonio part of the burdens of Richmond, maintain- Imperialism Is a great factor. It has overthrown FARM NOTICES. ing the government; to make this land It will in that unite its .protest with monarchies and dostroyed empires; it Office on Second street, over Chen-ault'the home of innumerable corporations, the protests on the still faces of hun has torn down kings and become grocery. the lion. C. M. Clay, Jr., has been rais each one tending to tho concentration dreds of dead Philipiuos turned to master of emperors; it has dominated ing sorghum for several years as cattle Our line is full and complete, and in charge of the wealth; to organize and operate Heaven, from fhoucefb" receivS-thtne History, of. he .world and brought feed. He sows PHYSICIANS. of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate enibalmer it in May with wheat throughout the land; a system of tears of pitying angels as a remon civilization out of barbarism ; it laid the drill, planting about one bushel to the and funeral director. will pay you to trusts, through which medium it be- strance againgtfjeirinnrder. Further, lounaations ot this government and in acre. It is cut with an ordinary mowpr DRS GIBSON", & GIBSON, call on me before purchasing elsewhere. SALOON PARLOR comes the dictator of the producer and it ought to in terms declare against spired the hearts of the people; it is as before frost in Fall", and piled in large PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GO TO TIIE- the owner of U12 consumer. WHEN IN TOWN. any alliance with England. It ought to strong v as ever before: it will shocks. He leaves it in Kentucky. Richmond, this condition, It is not intended to denounce as declare that a monarchy and a republic awaken again, as it has r.o often done until he feeds it out. He says, that if monsters all those concerned in the or- cannot be linked together; that human in the past, and when awakened will properly put up it will keep nicely all Office in the Joe Ccilini buitdtnjr, i& and so Coolest and most refreshing ganization and concentration of wealth. freedom "and human slavery caunot accomplish its . old drugstore Street, over While 27work' with- more coin winter. He feeds it with corn in this 12 W. Short St., Lexington, Ky. of drinks that can be found The dictates and promptings of human march together. It should be remem pletiiess than ever before organizations form. He says his experience is that naturo caunot bo ignored, and it may bered that no Euglaud army has ever of aristocracy, of wealth, in the eity are dispensed CIIAS. HOOKER, J. "W. MASTERS, Proprietor. and of parties it is tho cheapest and best feed grown. oe said that those engaged in the pro fought for freedom, and no Englisl will fall by and accommo VETERINARY SURGEON, before it; it will inspire the Successor to J. S. Collin. Remilar meals 25 cents. Lodirinir 23 cent. Paris Reporter. cess by which Organized Wealth has soldier has ever died for its cause. The people as of old; will Most convenient and centrally located hotel in dating clerks. gather them to it Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. XWNtGHT PHONE 23.-i.- i. been placed above the government and existence of the English government is gether under the banner of Democ uenninc Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Workinp Xiglit Anl Day the law, liave only taken aclvantago dependent upon human slavery; the racy, upon a platform Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. of and Whiskey labits The busiest and mightiest little thing up stairs, orer store recently accu- - of opportunities presented for their en existenco of this government is depend- - anil bllKl theill toirathor - linnn in cured at home withtiy Richmond Harness Co , East Main St r"i richment aud they would be more than nt upon the attainment of human piratiou aud belief, and that every was made is Dr. King's New out pain Rook of pariiicdhmoncl, Ky. Phone 3. apr7-l- y Second St. I, believe that Lifo Pills. Every pill Is a sugar-coate- d iculnrs sent rnf Hut-thos- e human in failing so to do. freedom. Colonial dependencies are the the time is near at hand when th.v SH. H. M WO0LLLY CO RICHMOND, KY. globule of health, that changes weakuiuce. 101 Korlh Pryor St. who feel the iron hand of Organized life blood of England, while they wlll bo so awakened Mi'"ii.. II. C. JASPER, M. D that their ends ness Wealth, aud those who labor is by would mean the death of free govern- will bo accomplished, iuto strength, listlcssness into en Medicine and Surgery. that government g process of legislation diverted to its en- ment in tho United States. into mental power. Office Collins Itiiilding, MuinStreet. willjie made the servant and not the ergy, brain-faThey're wonderful in building up the Telephone nt residence (the Ciirr place) on richment, are not seeking to initiate a master of man; that legislation will be ruulio ownership oe public llroiidway. warfare upon Wealth, or its for man's benefit aud not for his undo health. Only 23c per box. Sold by worksT - - - - - Kentucky. representatives. Organizedare not the ag- f" RlCIIMOSD, If 'aarv. Perry & Thomas. They 3 .Tlieic.sliould .boV repeal of general ing, and tliaLXho common and univer gressors, they are the defenders. They W. EVANS, M D., sal hope and cry will be "No Mastery corporation laws. .Thereshould be ab- G. aie uot seeking to take from others tlmt of Money, No'Tyrauny of Wealth." BHI which belongs to them, bufthoy are olute governmental control of railroads and telegraphs. There .should bo pub! The nominee of tho -- Democratic na- PlIYB'ClAX AND SuitOKON, o seeking to hold and toderendtheirown pj i tiouaUonventio.il of iooo'forthe presi Rev. Leonard W. Doolau preached - - Kentucky. '.""LJ?0.1 making warfare on the lie owngrs liipTof'Jpublie franchises dency will bo GnmWrrj Fi Richmond. named by acclamation. at Ruck Creek church on Sunday interests of others but are looking to .Municipalities should own and operate Ho will not be one who claims to Is right at hand so is the be a morning and night to large audiences. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, the preservation of 'their own interests. tfteir gnsand jvalcip'ant- - and own Delnocrat. andrat the!' same time ml v- - While he is not as yot through his theo-n mi i i and control tliolrsysfenr'ofetreet rail1'raciilioner in'tfedunne nnd'Surrjery, They aic seeking and contending for way. The means of supplying ncces--- 6 cates the gold standard, and, while oglcal studies, he evinced a complete ta rcj Kentucky tho opportunity accorded "to them by Richmond, friendly to the gold standard, is so in- command and understanding of his i tics common lo the public in facilities A New Discovery for Jhe Certain Cure of INTERNAL and uaiu al law and promised to them bv consistent and so lacking in rcgard-fo- r ubject, and capacitated as he will be and residence on Second Street. fuudntneutal human law, to reap for for transposition and communication the ties of kinship and interest as to de- by a thorough education, lie can not EXTERNAL PILES. WITHOUT PAIN. themselves the benefit of tlu-i- i own la should 'not' 0e tho sources 'of' private nounce the trusts. Hut that DENTAL STTEOEIIT. nominee fail to be a power In his churcb.and the and to prevent their deprivation of profit. Those who create should own will be n representative, bor tried and true instrument of much good iu the world. nnd those wip build should possess!' CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Hero wjiere he was bora and reared his Organized Wealth is the enemy of ot tlie only Democracy of this Union ."CoVstm "Dr. "OatTvWuB Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; Bottles, 50 Cents. human frccdoin.and Organized Wealth tho Democracy of tho Chicago plat many friends bid a most hearty God- JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - - 310 Korth Main Street, ST. LOUIS. MO. msxTisr, peed In his chosen work. Shelby in this land has become a public enemy. form of 1800. op Louisvillk, Kr. jams-iFor sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. It- cannot exist under a free governNews. -SI Mystery ol a Diamond. next door to novemment nullillng, ment, because it cannot exist at all unto 1. RichmSnd.Ky. Office hours 9 to This telegram from Danville will be SPECIAL RATES TO RICHMOND, VA.. VIA nov!7-l- y less it controls the government, and SEND US CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RY. through tho government dictates to the read with interest by the friends of the Our store is heavily stocked with every article iticttdMtkUikkiv Ctt&b4. MtiiimdUMwIik si. nil. Four nice rooms for rent. In tho Sack? people. It cannot exiet if itis less than oung geniitman, who, by the way, found in a first-clas- s ijWtUoa. Yoa can examlue It ml yourneareflt freight UeiKit, Hardware Store, such Then probably tho kidneys. was not at C. U. last year but was tlie government, or fcubordinntn to the On account of the Presbvterian Ger- nj it you And It cxMtly rcprvrntcd equal to orvns iht Call at Dentatttffice ol Dr. Hob-so- n, as Collars, Hames, Traces, Backhands, etc., rttnil at d 75.00 to AIOO.OU. th Lrnatest v&lnn YATfruvinrl ii' In tho Gtecsl? government. It can only exist when graduated there about- ten years ago, Gral Assembly 10 and 17, tho C & O Ky. mum i Jar tetter tbsn organs advertised by others at mors money, pay Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. Then probably tho lungs. tuvuejiLii. hru mr pca aujsr oucr Price. 94aa ' next door to postofiice. icjs greater than tho government, "anil and has ;beun practicirg.-lasince in will Fell round trip tickets at one fare IwstUelLCO.or t J 0,11, aiultrefebtcoarKes. In tho JcStzis? . for tho rojmd trip good returning nu-- tl Louisville: $31.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE iesa man superior to the government. Then, probably rheumatism, Tho mystery of a lost diamond, just There are a number of patriotic and June 3d. Write for sleeping car 4piri. Hnm mn offer wa ncer mndc brrre. FRED SMITH. j lit ACME yUEEN uonaoltae mt I) I tUUlka o S1TEKTKST No matter where it i3, nor what triio Americans in this land determined returned to its owner, is just now und r berths or any information (o George Wawi Buckley, our experienced tinrTora ine iuiiviiiinHiiftfrMii. photocrra pJljooluunrailun shown, which tuynvTwj direct from a bnionuiotneiaei OT1U kind; you need have it no longer. upon such a platform. They number discussion? iu Ddnvillc". Louisville. W Harney, D. P. A. Lexington, Ky. ner, is constantly in demand for guttering, "niui PlvnrKiN.-cDEN 1 1ST. J3ue iruu suns rlnartf m r.A aL. aiiti7U0anls2ubandomlr decorated and ortuunriitMi. It may ,bo an hour, a day, or a seven millions or more. Thev control roofing.and repairing. over Collin (Grocery, same oftlec u Itichm lonx. S3 lnhea wida and weighs ssa nortrv year old; it must yield to lately occupied by Dr. V. W. Burgin. Janl2-l- y Ulnd b vcMves, 11 top. as follow! i bupua, rrlMlsaL the organization of tho Democratic We willnot be (Hlclaai. llfl94Uv flJe, Crtmm, Ilaa CHr. PSJTK tWFr, MsMva rrt ud Tii IIaoM 1 OcUf twtplrr. I do not bolicve they will be paity, and Swell, 4 8U Urcattnl TkBist !Tttwtlt. 1 V.rm4 Undersold... so foolish as to permit thc'Ciicmips of f 32 tar Sweet nl41a E.MiUrjnjq.nij lnru KHS KmnU, I , ,3I taarlMlrBrilIlatCeltt C4, I 31 af Democracy to participate in tho pro- - Stfow 'words of indorsement and for the manufacturers of SrtXrlMlka rrl.tlp.1 Uer. Til K ACHE lU'KEX for ceedingsoi tho Democratic; National thectlebratel!iilKMa,whIch re only Pe.ru.na, from prominent officials of its home city. ntfrl In the Lltrhet irrada initrtnncnui tiitjwt wftt n. . Convention of 1000, or to assist in the No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, leathftra,ctcbeUov of the best robber cloth, Ron. Samuel L. lllack, Mayor of Columbus, 0.,vrbose will be at the Hotel Zlmmcr, Richmond, Ky., on seWctiou of dolegates to that couvi-M- . nu uoni ica titer in Taires. ACMV. OVEKTf Is furnlxt-epicture adjoins this paragraph, writes the follow wltria will beTeled 1 believe that these seven millions rlate French mirror, nlckrl nla.tt nedai rmit thin. letter: ing and every modem lmprof eintnt. K far.UL trt WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1899, ku. vmv wrjnm aa o(,Deinocrats are determined as it Executive Deit.,Citv ofjColumbus. it fteMarf a laalracuan aBl piWUbM. GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. returning every second Wednesday o. each for nien to be, and that with To whom it may concern: ls.n a written bindiiu: lirf nr cutnatee, by the month. Reference every physician ot Richthem any suggesticitr .of any compromteniu ni conditions or which U any rrt rlTe out .lebl6-lI cau most cheerfully recommend mond, Ky. b renur It m mTrhmrrr. Try It oiw month and - as of the very greatest possible benefit in cases . vlll ttltllld roar uon.v If .mi .m lutnMfMti. t .sir. ise or concession VllP'.be reganleiLas utltlted. SOOothMonranawll!hoMatSl.!lf. of catarrh and other diseases of the mucous ff 1l 1!DEI! AT BSCS. MOT treason. Yijur ilangbro"s imcinics are KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. B" niHIBCIItDll ITVietrCT.QJi.urn 1 " rnit thcMiepubliwitiV. iigVlng to the membrane. ThisreineUyhasestablMied Itself uwiini.Liiipn.il I u MMBHanCU fr in the minds of the people as of the greatest not dealt witn n ut your neicnoor about iis writ K. LI! CTE; PmlJeit.' Ifirmglwa. Ij. open, nut uiey are ttiost'Wlio arc uws-j- f tat vubUihcror thli paper or possiuic worm anil ircnuinencss. I lian- - knmvn .. - va. Bank, or Corn Exchantr fim.L-- Metrolltan h'atlonal . . .. lUnt. ('kimt. ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMDr. Hartman for a .number of years, nnd mo qucradlng as Democrat, dvncating' MERCIAL COLLEGES. pleased to sar that he is ono of the leading eiti- the gold slandard and denoui.cing ... city,- a man oi... very nigncst stanalBg . 15 . . "nnranienu atJowMt wbolal. prtwa. una Tuition fir Literary and Bible Course VS. a uie aMmll.trntMtaloCTe. Addrj-M-Inc. . Fa ton,Oejp (S..r,.B..,l Writ lor tin .pWi "rein, plani C ar. U.r.li ,.aal..-..U- .r. HOXM year. More than twenty teacheri. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. and character in tho community. Immediately afterapplyinrj it yon .' trustsin the bitino bveaih. and sooKilig It riMMd WaimtnSt... CHICAGO, ILL. ESTA1JL1SI1ED gymnasium. Thonsinds of successful alumni. feel iU eoothicg, warming, strength- - to plate your organization alto under Respectfully, Social and moral welfaio.of students receive Samuel L. IJlack. tl-eainfrjower. special attention. Open Xo both "sexes. For control of the Organized Wealth of Col. Arthur It. Hamilton, commanding officer of Jly27-t- f catalogues address the President. It quTeticonscslion: drawi oa tnc boTcntcentlx Infantry Ohio National Guard, inflammation. Orgauizsd WjitFi lfas neverecMlfeJ whose residence is at 309 West First Avenue, w ma m k t m It is a new plaster. mmi n uiI 3 SF ii , aiBav. ,1 crown oi neeuom upon n single Human Columbus, O., bears witness to the efficiency m aaaaaat of Hero is Coloacl Hamilton's letter brow, but it has mndn and onncd more A Lsir combination of ccw and picture. remedies. Uada after new slaves in this land thafi,have-e'obeen Tpmbs, 1 SUtsary aad Foreigi Columbus. O.. Mav IS. 1897. method. Entirely unlike any carried captive from the shores of inifirican Marble ani Granite. ,.Dr. S. J. Hart man. other plaster. . Africa; aud it has driven todeath more The Trinnph of llodern Medical SHORT LINE TO Dear Sir: Besides having the merits of Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to men than have fallen in all the battles Science. co iully demonstrated in inv fainili-- . I Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and Tho Perfected Product of years of over fought on American foil; and has bcrof friends who havo taken it for catarrh nnd connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Patient ToiL ' stomach trouble, and all unite in praising it. As a driven to houses of shame wore women Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service Placed over the chest it b a remeuy ior summer ana winter catarrh. 1 cantully ihan have over fallen because of the powerful aid toAyer' Cherry Pec,reu to Nassau, key V. est, Havana, Santiago, and ' Aktuub L. Hajhltox. Best Line to perfidy of man. toral in the treatment of ell throat San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. From Uie Ron. Samnel J. Swartz, Police Jndge, and loss affections. .But in the contest now impending, ARKANSAS, TEXAS, i ho Train Service is perColumbus, O. Placed ever the stomach, it stops Orgaulzed M'cnlth- is. .face.to face with fect in detail. Fast nausea acd vomiting; orer the Those who art coutciiiplatini: buying Marblo, Granite, or nnv kind of MEXICO StateIof Omo, an opposition such as it hss not before bowels, it controls cramps and colic Sctrejie Court Law LinaAKr, Cemetery Work, VMlfind it to tiieir Interest to call nt tho old annul in tlm rs.i ulcs, zi hours lo' Jackson AND CALIFORNIA. aeon. The world has never Placed pver. tho small of thaiack, Columbus, O., Nov. 15, 1897. of the M. E. Ohnrth on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand ville,, 54 hours it removes til congestion from the known such a people as those of the a largo siock oi ; iinneii w sweet irom.at. prices to stilt all classes of Sloeplng Car leaves LouisPullrean Tourist Medicine Co., Columbus, O. Cincinnati lo kidneys and greatly streogthesa ville every Thursday night and runs tarough buyers. jCiTMsL W. G. itOUt!HEIt. oile of tlfebest workmen in CentrsI United States. When they ouc?be-cOta- o Gentlemen: Tho result of using to San Francisco. Havana. weakness. is in this-- means satisfactcry work-iAk!c your ticket airent for particulars or write has been so rraUfvinrr to me that 1 cannot hnt KentucKy, ph'wo.ctmro otonrcst:ili(isiinifBt,Rud should TW.0.RlWftS9t) awakened, their forto will besUcli i very sr all DniggistA. f wrlto to us for (irKfirnsr. iiu 11 r Fowler, Trareling Passenger Agent, toR o- . r i. conniuunip you on iDo sncccsfl ol yemr remcdv, wiiii;ii win i. tun: Partkwo living at . a distance 3 I'tOP A., ..t in w tbat 'simhlnt: can withstand it. apiic.iiion. kk Your hiirh Rtandinirln ihi Imhfti.'bcji eBelnW Chair Cars Louisville to of the rntlemen condncting this great enterprise, prepared iiu t f KKl'tlieYr: ltit,ionaBl tholht. the MeicphU and New Orleans. jrYXTUR PATRONAGrj SOLICITED,- once aronsed, tboy will remedy stheir &ipect a. meritorious: articlo only, from your cstablishawnt, bat it real worth WM. A. KELLOND. A. II. HANSON. ecmonfttrted h'j iU ue. o r.A.,chtcNio. iownevil3riidtli6y will doit 'bypro- - U bint sTr A.o.r.A.,TUi. u Ecsptctlully, 8AWTM.J. 8WABTC V I . -- kmm ganized "Wealth," Took the Manhattanites BT Storm vociferously' Applauded it by. reason of .Throughout; its Delivery government nnd the and a tive iiuiiioriry. Rising-Demonstratio- Makes the food more delicious and wholesome iLIPPINCOTTfl . Central "University, Richmond, Ky He had a big diamond 'pin. Tho pin was lost when, where or liow, Mr. Jncob does not say. "Policemen in different cities were put on the hunt for the sparkler, nnd one of tho llrst to strike a trail was Capt. G. T. Helm, of Danville. He has been working on tho case for five months. Not a great while ago he got wind of n diamond which was in the possession of a person, and the person ho or she when spoken to of the gem manifested some embarrassment, strong enough to bo observed by anyone on the lookout for such. To boldlv attempt to procure the jewel, howover, with tho shm evidence at hand was a rather delicate matter, aud it was only after several weeks of the most patient and piinstakmg endeavor that farts enougli were procured to warrant a big bluff toward getting the pin. xue person, wnen bluntly con ironted, confeesed the piu did not be long to him or her, and it was soon Klentilieil-n- s the Jacob property. The interesting feature, however, is that no prosecution was entered and that the name of the unlawful possessor of the diamond is kept secret. Young Mr. Jacob-i- s a nephew of John Jacob, of Louisville." John I Jacob, n wealthy young man now living in Chicago, was attending year llRS If L! ITtoLM.f!Rg Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. ill tnra rlf W IHll ( 250,000 Noihinc CAT1 . miaaie-age- Oar Prices CURED. WE CURE EMISSIONS bo (lemnrftinr - I Want f5j FL We Don .. Z i a Cent t . A. ) g irzJ !- I Hj era up-to-da- Bed-roo- If m Suites.., 1 K miiii-urie- the-frien- Kennedys Kergan Gibson. 1 ATTOnSKV-AT-LA- W.H.Hoshai&Co wholly-unnecessar- J. i a bond-holder- s; yliile, hn I If 31-3- Ml s .Kir ... It -- to-da- English Kitchen, - 1 up-to-da- te i . EViLLE MOBERLEf e, t - . A BOON TO MANKIND! DATABLE! UCKEYE 1 I RELIGIOUS. T co ... life 3 Ugwf V uiean Chilled 0m Plow, - And Bell CenterCut 12-- 1 wDjsc y. jarr0WSt 1 QME nOULAE? . ). Mr. i . mm Dr. Louis li. Landman irr.iM.mr io Whom It Mav Concern. Pe-ru-n- a, y. pectins Waster Taylor Bros.! Works 1863. ?.,'f-Sr,f- 1t Pc-ru-- liijiJsjlJEirjHjgJ I Bl-I.i- I ... Madison Monumenta v- . , e IB IE james t: Hamilton; Hestenes, puopmetob. mi m a. ar wmss I Ktimeits, Florida Havana Pc-ru-- . New Orleans- FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. wk Pe-ru-- H Fc-ra-- . n lor-salfrb- h 03,-i- 1 rasiii 45i3i '''j I a . :. ...... lJM7VES T. HKMI,LTON, mprefor.l The Richmond Climax. A. MILUX:T' a I - Proprietor nad<ors. MAY 3, 1?99 Judge Jas. P. Tarvin's &vsa. E. WOODS, MiOcUte Editor. AVEDNESDAY, PUBLISHKDIVEBY WKDXK3DAT BT The Climax Printing Co. PRICK PKR YEAR, $1.50. Speech a Cowd Louse. DEMOCRATIC TICKET" FOR RAILROAD C0XIMl.SS10XF.lt, 3d. 1)1 ST. COL A- - W. HAMILTON. OF MT. STKltLINO. ANNOUNCEMENT FOU AUDITOR. Wo are authoriied to announce JOHN B. CIIENAULT. of Madison county, a candidate lor the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. FOB REraESEXTATIVE. Wo are authoriied to announce M. II. WILLIAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annomce W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Kcn-tue- ky subject to the will of the Democratic party. FOB COUNTY CLERK. KAVA-NAUG- II We are authoriied to announce A. DOTY forCountv Clerk, sneject to the action of the Democratic Party. publishing tli3 speech of Judge Tarvin, the Climax is afforded a pleas ure'sceond ouly to having the distin- .guislicd gentleman in our midst- - It is not alone because our guest has won national renown, 'tis not because he is the closest man in the Nation to Mr. Bryan, nor that he divided with the latter the honors at the greatest political banquet over held on earth, that we fool so delighted and satisfied with his visit. But rather because the lofty expectations which had been aroused by nil these circumstances were uioro than realized by the best Democratic speech dolivered here many years before one of tho lamest crowds that ever filled the spacious court house to overflowing, from wali to wall. And that his telling words struck responsive chords in the hearts of his hearrtis, was ovidenced by the unmistakable manifestations of ap proval that drownod the speaker': words in cheer after cheer. Jude Tar vin is the kind of champion of a com mou cause, (a cause he declared that should be as close to the heart of one poor man as another, no matter what his cro'wl or color) to send forth atnonp tho masses. He KNOWS whereof he spsaks nnd he fears no man that treads God's footstool. And when his own masterful logic fails he simply quotes from Carlisle, Uucknor et al in the day of thoir virginity, not omitting Mc Kiuloy, Harrison and others of their ilk, who aro all on record bv vote nnd speech, in stipiKrt of the free and un limited coinage of silver at 1C to 1 Mr. Tarvin says whenever ho wishes to use harsh language about the gold standard he simply quotes his former fellow townsman, John G. Carlisle and whonovor he wishes to criticise the action of the Supreme Court in its lnsgk reversal of the Income Tax, he hag only to repent the words of Justice Brown, a Republican member of that august tribunal. "If those be for us" but alas! a change has come over the spirit of their dreams. Those old idols are now but clav. and false the altais that we knelt before. Hon. V. 1!. Smith haudsomoly intro duced Mr. Taivin and what he said was "a plenty" see elsewhere. Is CF.Browsm to Lexington, Ky. pringtime at IBROWER'S. Is always an attractive time, seasonable merahau dise blooms a little in ad vance of nature. A look through our various cle partments will malte you think of May sunshine and the summer days stored away in the future FOR THE FLOORS. Prosit new Malting, cool and sweet, jointloss and extra heavy a variety of colors, llegular 2oc, SOc and 40c a yard quality. By tho roll (of 40 yards) for SO, $8, $12. administration. In my judgment, a man in this country who is lig enough to own a court or to dictate to any judge his course In lus position, is too big to stay in the Democratic party, aud ought to be out of it, just as any combination in this country that has grown strong enough to control a court, or dictate to a judge, has grown too strong for Democracy, and too strong for tho peace and welfare of this people. You cannot enter into an alliance with those controlling New .I . rn r . rtiftr nnlltinQ ,,n!ona vnn nrvrpfl tn nlmnflrtn Mi n f .v. i. w huuuuuu v. u . .. mvj ...um " I.UUICUUDU i.uv far jvu nnninnflA.! in 1896. and to abandon that for which we are now expecting to contend In 1000. b- In the presence of six hundred attentive and earnest listeners, Hon. Wm Smith, on Monday, introduced Judge Tarvin, who said; About a hundred and twenty years aco. Samuel Adams, of Massachusetts, said: "Truth Loves an Appeal to the Common Sense of the People, and if there is Anything in this Government above the Comprehension of the Masses of the People, it lias no Proper place There. You know that it is said of us and by us, I mean Democrats that we talk too much. I believe in talk; s'lence Is the one thing most desired by thosouow controlling the legislative aud executive affairs of the National Government. To those of you who believe as I do. 1 would say, talk as lone as you can find any one to libteu to you, and when you can talk express your own convictions, be liefs and sentiments; and you may bo sure that they will be the beliefs; convictions and sentiments of Americans and not of flunkies, of Kontuckinns, and not of toadies, of Democrats and not of the chattels of the money power. Mv nroDOSilion is that the Democratic National Convention of 1000 should adopt as a whole the Chicago Platform of 1800. I hear from some sources the contention that tho plank in that platform advocating the free and unlimited coinage of silver anil gold at tho ratio of 10 to 1. by this country, independent of the action of any other country, should bo omitted. I am always inclined to re gard, those advocating such a step with suspicion. You ViIl generally find that those advocating this course voted for Mr. McKinley in 1800. If you find any who did not vote for Mr. McKinley in 1890, advocating this step, you will probably also llnd upon investigation, that their circumstances and conditions have chatiirc'l since 1800. and that they havo alliances or employment now that they did not have in 18'JG. It is said that Mr. Croker and those belonging to him, are now favoring the omission of that plank from tho platform of next year, and that Mr. Croker and his following supported Mr. Uryan in 1806. But 1 refer you to the election returns from the btate and City of Iewlork in 1SSK5, to demonstrate to you whother Mr. Croker and those belonging to him supported Mr. Bryan by vote, or supported him by professions only. I 6ubmil to you that tho doctrine of independent at 10 to 1 cannot be divorced by the judg in en t of anv candid man's mind, from the other doctrine advocated by the Chi chairo Platform of 1S0G. or from the doctrines that will bv common consent, bo added to that nlatform in 1900. Iisuireest to you that the man who is opposed to the control of our financial affairs bemc left in the hands of organized capital, is also opposed to the control of the courts of the land being left in tho bands of organized capital, resulting in further government by injunction; and that tho man who is opposed to the control of our financial system by organized capital, is likewise opposed to the proposition of leaving it to organized capital to say that tho wealth of tho laud shall bear no part of the burden of taxation, and to con tinue in force the proposition that the government ot this country has no powor to lovy any tax on incomes. Ana euggesi iurtiier, that ue wuo is opposed tome organization nnd existence and operation of trusts and combinations, is likewise onnosed to that system of finance that renders the existence of trusts and com bi nations practicable. He who is opposed, to trusts and combinations is likewise opposed to that system upon which trusts and combinations aro built Tho less money there is. the easier it is to coucectrate or corner It. The more money there is, the more difficult it is to concentrate, control, or corner it by few. The trust is not n thing of a day; it is a gradual outgrowth of conditions; it is part of the process, and an important step in tho process leading to their establishment was the demonetization of silver, the decrease of the amount of money, and an increase in valuo of the money remaining, and an increase in th facilities for concontratinc and cornerhiK tho money which remained. The dif Acuities in the way of organization aud operation of trusts nnd combinations at 10 to 1, whereby would be double under a system of independent tho people of this land would have the use ol all the money known to the world of it, as is true under a cold standard, instead of havinir the use of only one-haNo one is possessed of stronger convictions upon the subject of independent at 10 to 1 thau am 1. No one belioves in it more thoroughly, more conscientious! v or moro consistently, and my belief and my convictions are as stroni; as in 189C. hut I realize, aud always have, that this doctrine is not all but only a part. It is not all of the Chicago platform, but it is a constituent part of it That platform is a formulated protest against the aggressions and power or organized wealth, ana one ot the great aggressions ot organized wealth and one of the ureat demonstrations of its power, was the demonetization of silver in 1873, just as another demonstration of its power is afforded by tho acquittal of Mr. ifuay, in Pennsylvania, and uy the lact that luchard urokor, in iew lork is at liberty. 1 think that ho who is opposed to the control of ourflnancial system by the few lepresentatives of organized capital, will likewise be opposed to the control of our foreign policy by those people, and opposed to the adoption and exeou tion of any foreign policy leading- tor the. murder or, enslavement . of any innocent . l. . t i or iHarmless peoples iur ii iueiiemi ui me uiymnzeu .... .t ui .me tt. r. . . oiaics. me .. ncuun r uuuuu or for the enrichment of those who own and control the machinery of the gov- eminent. And I believe that those who oppose the control of our financial af fairs by organized capital, are likewiso opposed to the making of any alliance be tween this republican government and a monarchy, for tho purpose of carry ing out a conspiracy to rob, murder and destroy any people on earth, for the purpose oi ennciiiug tnosc wuo arc atreauy ricn in America anu jnginnu. m short, it is true, in mv judgment, that every man in the United States who fails to agree with the proposition that the oigauized wealth of this country ought to own and control the President and the Congress, and to so control aud shape everything as to further enrich the rich, and further impoverish the poor, is likowise opposed to the gold standard, and is favorable to the doctrino that as tho demand of this people for money is constantly increasing, this people should have the use of all tho money known to the world, instead of having of it; in other words their supply decreased by taking away the use of one-haevery Democrat in the United btates is opposed to the cold standard, more strongly than we were opposed to it in 1806. There are no Democrats in this country excent Chicago platform Democrats. There is no division between Democrats. There is no lack of harmony among Democrats. They are of the same mind, the same opinion, and there is no occasion and no use for any cry for harmony, used as a pretext to induce Democrats to concede to their enemies a part of that in which they believe and for which they are contending. Dem ocracy means more than it ever meant before. It means a formulated, organ ized, forceful and earnest defense by seven million Americans against the ag greesions, the extortion and the robbery of organized wealth, aud against the proposition that the government of this country onght to be administered bv organized wealth instead oLby the people. The sun of Clovelaudism has set, never to rise again, while upon tho hori zou we can see the coming light and promise of free government, and the de struction of corporate and capitalistic power, presaging the rising in effulgence and glory of the sun of William J. Bryan, of Nebraska. 1 say tliore is no lack of harmony. I will not say that New York is tho enemy's country, but I will say that New York is a country in possession of the enemy. Tens of thousands of men are kept out of the Democratic party in the Slate of Now York, because of their hatred of Crokerism in Kow York Citv. Hundreds of thousands of men in this country are kept out of the Democratic party they do not care to be used to support and maintain nnd uphold Crokerism, and the practice of Crokerism, in New York City, and they do not want to be parties to any attempt to fasten that system upon the administra tion of the affairs of the national government. If you will think you will he able to see that Crokerism has never brought anything to the Democratic party It did assist in the election of G rover Cleveland, but it assisted in bis election after a conference in New xork City in which a contract was entered into bv which the Democratic party of the United States pledged the accomplishment of a purpose foreign to the party, and for which it was not organized, and for the benefit of a few politicians in Icv York City. They say that the nomocracy cannot oiect a i resident tn liJUU without the vote of the State of New York, aud they further say that the vote of the State of .New ork cannot ue had without the aid ot Mr. uroker and those belonging ao him. If both these propositions are true, which I don't believe, I would say that it is better for tho country, and better for Democracy, that we should not win. It is better to have defeat without Crokerism than victory with it. There is only one way by which the assistance of Crokerism can be had, and that way is by purchase, and that purchase would mean a pledge that a Democratic ad ministration, if elected, should fail to carry out the promises of the platform upon which it went into power, and should divert the Democratic organization and tho Democratic administration to purposes and ends directly contrary to the wish and will of the Democracy of the land, and of those who created the lf 1 lf fund in 1896. Why .is it that General Eagan is r.ot summarily dismissed? He was guilt-o- f couduct grossly unbecoming one In his position, although all that ho said about Goneral Miles may havo been true, but General Eagan has not been dismissed; he has beori relieved of work for six years, and at the end of that time ho will have arrived at the age to be retired and will still continue to draw after that, over $4,000 a year in pay, and if ho lives out his expectancy ol life, he will in the next seventeen years, draw $ 7S.000 from the people of theUnited States as.a gift from President Hanna. If you wonder at this, your wonder may cease when yon know that General Eagan possesses knowledge, and that he could tell a great deal about the contracts between the United States Government and the Beef Trust during the lato trouble with Spain, under which beef was furnished to the soldiers. There were about four hundred soldiers killed by bayonets or bullets in that war, and about six thousand killed by rotten beef, furnished by.tho admin- "Out of Sight Out of Mind. In other months we forget the harsh winds of Spring. But they have their use, as some say, to blow out the bad air accumulated after Winter storms and Spring thaws. There is far more important accumulation of badness in the veins and arteries of humanity, which needs Hood's Sarsaparilta. This great Spring Medicine clarifies the blood as nothing else can. It cures scrofula, kidney disease, liver troubles, rheumatism and kindred ailments. Thus it gives perfect health, Btrength and for months to come. Kldney3 "My kidneys troubled me, and on advice took Hood's Sarsaparilla which cave prompt relief, better appetite. tion to bis store. He now has tho most attractive storo front in town. Miss Lola Harris is teaching a school nt this place. Tho patrons aro well pleased with her as an instructor. Tho Barker Lumbor Co. has built over a mile of plank, road in their lumber yard, extending same to railroad switch, where they load lumber. Misses Mona and Lucy Prathcr have tbo nicest line of millinery to be found outside the citiee. If you don't believe it ask Henry Reid, who inspected name NEW - CLOTHIN JjTOBE l Sunday. Why don't the people of this place organize a Sunday School at this place and discard tho regular Saturday night drunks that are accompanied with so much boisterous language. T. P. Kidwell, who has been suffering from a cancer, is not expected to recover. He returned from Cincinnati recently where the physicians told him they could nothing for him. Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Street, next to J. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to show tho newest and finest line of ratio between those who wero killed by the administration and those who were killed in battle, is about 16 to 1. Hut while no Democrat and no true Americau approves the wholesale slaughter of the Fillipinos, more of whom havo been killed by the administration than by the Spaniards in their reign of three hundred years, no one can wish for anything other than the welfare and safoty of the American soldiers. We honor their deexls of courage an! wo mourn the heroic dead. Thoy are not responsible Their duty is to.obey orders. These who aro responsible arc not in danger arid will not be. Tho bullet has never yet been made that can travel fast enough to catch the rear part of a Hanna or of an Algor. istration of President Hanna. under a contract with the Beef Trusts, with Mr. The Griggs, as Attorneys-General. ap-pet- ito My sleep Is refreshing. It cured my wife also." Michael Borw, 3173 Denny Street, Pittsburg, Pa. Dyspepsia " Complicated with liver and kidney trouble, I suffered for year with dyspepsia, with severe pains. Hood's Sarsaparilla made me strong and hearty." J. B. Emektox, Main btreet. Auburn, ile, Hip Disease-- " Five running sores on my hiD caused me to use crutches. Was confined to bed every winter. Hood's Sarsaparilla saved my life, as it cured me per- A rti nrl woll" Awn f ,1. t alisnff ItnTiirijT f'l TTnnrfh St. Vail T?lvpr. Mnss. 1 Sain Portwood had a narrow escape ono day last week. In tearing away some old tramway ho had just emerged from under it when about 300 feet came down with a crash, just barely missing hire. A gentleman claiming to be representing an Ohio printing concern. Btruck our town recently and secured a few orders for printed stationery. It has turned that the work for which lie secured orders wero printed In a Richmond printing office (not the Climax ) The next time this scheming salesman strikes our town ho must confine himself to the thiugknown in this section as" Truth." Oneof the parties who gave him an order for work said that if ho had known it wns to be done in Richmond tho Climax would certainly have gotten tho job. Thanks Jay Eli, Ess. Furnishing Goods LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES. Clothing, Hats and K Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left we brouj lit from our First Store that we will sell at youu OWN price as long as they last. .Our new goods are of the And at prices that will surprise 3'ou for quality and fit. Don't buy until you nave-seeour goods. We guarautee to sell you more goods and better quality for the money than ever you got before. Our CUSTOM TAILOEIUG P i n 11 1 FJR THE WALLS. Delicato Dresden Designs. Two toned stripes in various colore. Large Floral Patterns I'oppics, Wood Violets, Koscs, 12J. 15, 25c. FOR THE WINDOWS. Cross Striped Snowflake Curtains, Domestic Bagdad, Re- veisible Curtains, $1 pair. Fig' ured Denims and S tripod Tick ings, 15 and 23c yard. White and Colored Shades Good Roll ers, 25c. All kinds of ToIcf, Loops, etc. $2 pair. FOR THE TABLE. English China, Emerald Decora$15 00 tions, 100 pieces fied White China. Tea Sols-Vitri- Stopple Dig Toilot Sets-GVariety U 50 Colonial Glass ware a, new pat tern Cheap. old SI 50 CFiBrower&Co. main and broadway, eVu-l'- LexingtonKy? 4 There Is nothing in this country more un -Demoeratic than Crokerism, unless it be the lnsuuerabie tiunueyism ana toadyism ot JNew York's money aristocracy. Hon.J.Cnpps Wickliffo Beckham. here is nothing in common between us and them. Our interests are antagonistic. They desire to control the government in tho interest of a few at the cost of Bardstown, candidate for the Demo ot the many, wo desire to use the government for the Interests of the many, cratic nomination lor .Lieut. Governor. stopped here Tuesday on his was to the even at the sacrifice of a few. Kailroad Convention at Wmchestfir. I want to ask you how it would havo been, from 1770 to 1783, had a part of Mr. Beckham was a student at C. TI. the army of the colonies been in favor of all that the colonies were contending in '83-8and . was ono of the brightest for, except that they wanted England to control American financial affairs, or except that they wanted England to retain control of American courts, or that boys in college. As a Greek student they wanted England to dictateour foreign policy, or wanted England to arrange he had no superior. alliances with other countries. The answer is evident. Tho DurDoso of the Miss Hettie Martin American patriots in those days wsb to overthrow English control, and not to tained about sixty little Frazee enter Moncompromise. The purpose or American Democrats and American pa- lay at a delightful May friends Miss party. triots to day, is to overthrow the influence of England and of the money power Hettie was crowned Queen and her in una uuuunj, uuu uui iu uuuipruuiiao wuu einiur. .Mary Curtis Hume and maids Jefferson said once, "let the hands that do a nation's work, that produce a Annie were Bennett Cohen. A nice lunch natian's wealth, also guido a nation's government, and all will bo well." Schlegel-ktiowwas served and had Whose hands are guiding now? Take the Supreme Court of thn TTiiUort in time would havo Mr. taken a picturo of states: now am tne decision in the lncoaio tax case tome about?. In answer the beautiful gathering. ing that question, you may inquire, how did the judges v ho decided that question getrtheir places on that bench? You may consider in that connection, that Messrs. A. D. Miller and Joo Wil y the power of appointing the judges of the highest court of the world, in son are toying with the finny family on whose hands ultimately rests the fate of all the people in this counlrv. nm win. the slinnerv banks of Station fmnn a man known as President Hnnna. You may remember that that power oon and will return home soonor or later rested In the hards of a man known as President. You mav imawno thn fcinH with incredible stories of big fish they of men that President Hanna and President Cleveland would bo likely to brought to the surfaco but which ''got They would likely appoint men whose sympathies, or desires, or tastes, away." Hut no joKing, there are more or cuuvicuuiib lire iu common wiin yours, wnen tney Want to nnd a Judge they big fish aud fish liars on Station Camp Hunt up the counsel ol some railroad company or some trusts, or some National right now than there are in Richmond. bank, or hunt men who have spent yrairs in that business. They like to find Mrs. Nealo Bennett, of Richmond. men who believe that there .is no part of this, country West or South of P!iinvl- , . . .. l i. nicy line ... vuuiu. tin.... ill.. men wuu tiuun. mat pcuuiu m lanra are incananie or so unu. has been visiting her mother, Mrs. ernment, and that those who ought to govern live in certain parts of New York. Laura Thompson, several days Mis New Jersey, or Ohio. As long ns we have such judges, we may expect that it ses Ji6tello aud Kathleen Poyntz. of will be considered an infamous outrage to undertake to mnke the concentrated Madison county, will move to this citv fruits of labor, of which the nranle have been rohhari. for tlm pnrirl, ,.,, t nr shortly to make thoir future home. The others, bear any part of the burdens of taxation. latter has.. been appointed bv Cant. of I will call your attention to the fact that in 1890 Mr. Hobart was nominated John Boyd, Maidot Honor of the Ken and thereafter declared elected to the office of Vice President of the United tucky .Division the united Confed States. Havo you ever considered why he was nominated? Has ft ever occur- erate Veterans. Miss Poyntz will be red to you that he came from New Jeisey, tho hot-be- d aud birth place of trusts? Maid of Hoiinr to Misg Taylor, of Itich- Has it ever occurred to you that this was the reason of his nomination, and that mond. who was elected sponsor. Mt. ho was their chosen representative? And I suggest to you further, that Sir. Sterling Gazette. Griggs has been made attorney-generof the United Stales bv President Hanna. It is the duty, and it Is within the power of the Attornev-Generof the United States to stop tho operations of the trusts. Why select a Governor of New Jer-sowho was made governor by the trusts, to perform this work? Why select MoberIjEV. Mrs. Nancy Moberlov a man who was made by the trusts, and is the creaturo ot the trusts, to destroy his creators? You may not possess the towering intellect of a gold bug, but died on Friday ot heart trouble superinyou ought to have sense enough to understand these things. duced by cancer. The fuuoral services Why was Mr. nay, our representative m England, and one who took such were held baturday at tho Christian creat pride in his Intimate acquaintance with English nobility, brought back to church, of which deceased was a most be made Secretary of State, and to be placed in a position where ho could lanro- - devoted member, aud a great throng of ly control our foreign policy, and regulate our alliances with monarchies? Why iriemts followed tho remains to the was Mr. Choate sent as ambassador to England? He is the foremost renresen- - Cemotory where they were tenderly tative of organized wealth in this country, and he is the moot finished product laid besido those of her late lamented of New York flunknyism. Even if you fail in reaching to tho height of intel sou, Col. T. S. Moberley, the world fa lect attained uy tho gold hug. you may ue able to see tho tie that binds. You mous breeder of short horns. Mrs. may understand why it is thnt the money jwwer of this country is seeking to Moberley was about 78 years old, and make war with Germany, and to form an'allianco wltli Euglaud. in the face of was tho youngest child and lastsurviv tho fact that Germany has nlwavs been friendly to us. and that England Imn ng member of a family of fifteen, chil always been our enemy, and in faco of the fact that Germany was nresont in dren of Nathan Lipscomb, who wns born person nuu in sympamy at tue uirtn oi this republic, wnuo .England was seek? in tj. u. m l U, his who being Kancy mg io strangle to ueatn tue new worn iniant. , iou may understand why it is Gentry, born in Ky. in 1783. pioneers that American bullets and American bayonets are now" employed Tn nlHrnlnc ofMadison. Dr. Llovil conducted the 10.000 miles awav.nn the breastsof half naked and helpless waces in a last sad rites and eieriuontly portraved dnctlve of nothing that tho United States needs, instead of nierc'inif tho blasts tho beautf and nobility of the life that of .British soldiers, and taking possession of rich and fruitful English had just closed. Mrs. Moberley resided possessions near to the United States. That is to eay, tho money power of this witn her (iaughter-in-IaMrs. Ida country is so thitsty for blood that it must fight with some body. Moberley, and besides her leaves two Why is it that Alger Is retained as Secretary of War? ile li conceded tc grandchildren, Miss Geneva and Mr. be, unfit for any 6ftico- - He was deserter durirw the Civil "War. Ho has caused JSeville Moberley, to ail of whom the deth uf Americaa soklLera ring tHfTkHe troHbio- - For an nwswer to this the lender sympathy oI.a host of loving qmtjo you iniH fcpfc (o tje CMtbilMi to the j -friends goes la 'tjpti e$w affliction. 1 5. to-daap-poi. al y, Bord, a Stanford beauty, were married on Wednesday morning at tho Hotel Glyndon by Rev. W. K. Forsythe, of sorbin, xiie sianioru Journal speaks inus Kindly ot the young couple: "He is a native of Crab Orchard and a mast worthy young man. The bride is daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. W. Do Bord and is a petite, pretty and lovable Mi6s Lizzie Feony is at home from woman. There was no objection to the marriage, the trip to Richmond being a Paris. matter of preference nnd Mr. G. G. Prewitt was in Clark this U'he good wishes of many convenience. friends will week. d over attond tho pair." Judge Benton and family wero here The Odd Fellows' Celebration. last week guests of Mrs. C. C. Smith. The Eighteenth Anniversary of tho Mr. aud Mrs. Leonard West, of Irvine, Richmond are visiting Mrs. Claude Smith on propriately Odd Fellows' Lodge was an celebrated last Wednesday Second street. : l r l.l : i Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ilutsell. of Win parade with a brass band, speeches by chester, were guests Sunday of Miss non. jess r. uosnen, ot Leiichheld and Rov. T. S. Hubert, of this city jreari uentry. . These were Mrs. Nannie Haggard, of Winches- The speakers followed by a banquet, were introduced by Dis ter, attended tho funeral of the late Mrs. trict Deputy Grand .Master Henry J Nancy Moberley. Slreng, of this city, to whose effort is Mr. Isaac Steenbergen, of W. Va., largely due the success of the occasiou was the guest last week of Mies Willie It is the intention of tho Climax to Denny, at Mauso, last week. print the short but eloquent address of Hon. and Mrs. W. T. Tevis enter- itov. 1. tj. Hubert, whose theme."Friendship," was handed in that gifttained Ualph Bingham, the noted lec- eu speakers most beautitul stylo turer, during his visit to Kirksville last week. A Female College at Kirksville. Miss Curraleen Smith's school closes Prof. O. B. Sears, of Albany, Gentry y and she will be at homo for county, Missouri, arrived here Satur a shoi t vacation before making a visit day with a view of leasing Elliott Insti to friends iu other cities. tute, at lvirksville, and next fall openMr. Tom Lackey, of Paint Lick, has ing a female seminary there. At presgone to Colorado to live. He is a good ent Prof. Sears is professor of ancient citizen and will be a valuable acquisi- languages of Central Christian College at Albany, Mo., in which Miss Jennie tion to his adopted Stale. Dillingham is a teacher. The latter, Mrs. Will R. Letcher came down on who lately visited Richmond, is a niece the Cincinnati Sonthern train Satnndav ot Mr. li. is. Dillingham, and sister and slopped at Nicholasville to visit of Mrs. Hugh II. Colyer, of this city, her daughter, Mrs. 11. 15. Douglas. is a superior iustriicter and may like to Mrs. Sanford M. Logan and the bnbv. come to Madison with Prof. Sears. The of Middlesdoro, visited htir parents. later is an A. B. graduate of Christian University, minister juugoanu jurs. ju. u. sautiey. while the Christianis an ordained married, of church. Is and her husband attended Presbvterv. ,T , '. has a charming family. His father, oiHiuoru journal. .oars, is a native ot iventucky, a. ii. Mrs: MaTcora Reid and her beautiful having been born in Nicholas and daughter, Jessie Williams, have brought up m Bourbon county, tills little returned to their home at Irvine, aftpr State. Prof. Sears is of engaging personal! a pleasant visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander, and other relatives ty and would make friends here with ease should ho decide to locate. The at Keel House. K, Cook, nee Miss Ellon Elliott Institute was a famous institu Mrs. W. tion under its original founder. Owsley, and handsome baby, Robison, Milton Elliott, now at Mayfield, Rev Kv and Letcher Owsley, havo returned It is located in one of the most fertile iroin a visit to nendersonvillo. N. O portions of the county, in the midst of Mrs. E. L. Owsley and son. William. a cultured, christian coinrountv. and wi arrive from same nlare. ,ir.i are giau ui learn oi. a great..improve- would be again, doubtless. heartily supve ment in Mr. Owsley's health. Lancas ported by the people of this and other counties. ter itecord. Hundreds of organized attempts have heretofore been made to maintain a free government. They have all failed. The cause has always been the same. the concentration of power aud wealth; in every instance you will find preceding the fall, a decrease in circulating medium. The question now is, will the attempt that we are making bo a failure? It rest witli you, and those like you, to say. It rests with the people. They have the power and the only question is, can they be induced to exercise it? If they will use the intelli gence they aro blessed with, if thoy will think each man for himself, and not let seme ono else think for them, if they will Iook each one lor Himself io protecting his own interests, and not io protecting the interests of others, in short, they will act, thoy will succaed. If they are worthy of free government they will have it, for they have but to reach out and take it If this peoplo is unworthy oi tree government, they will not have it. So, I say to you, think, and when you think, talk, and when you talk, if they tell you that you aro an anarchist, tell them that you aro glad to be an anarchist, if that means one who be lieves in free government, and one who is opposed to tho government of this country by its organized wealth. Tell them that if that constitutes an anarchist, you would rather bo called an anarchist than be called a king. Loud and prolonged applause. Mr. Tarvin was surrounded and during the balance of his stay was the recipient of constant congratulations.. nd Ilood'c 111U cure UTerllli, thenon-lrritatlnonly cathartic to take with llood'i Sanapartll. cigar. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Philadclphians are entitled to a chuckle or two. President McKinley Todd. On Tuesday last, to the" wife left the Quaker City for New York in of Mr. Samuel Todd, nee Miss Clyd search of rest. Talbott, the beautiful daughter of the late Win. Talbott. a handsome ten Drafnrss Cannot be L'nreil pound boy, No 2 latek-iIibabo died o BIRTHS. e1 DEPARTMENT Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see us and save money at 5 LOCAL,. Judge Sullivan ia North Carolina. Judge P. H. Sullivan left on Saturday night for Ashnvillc, N. C, whoso salu hrious clmate we earnestly hope will restore him to his former good hcaltl He was accompanied bv Mr. John L Baxtor. From the verandas of the Battery Park Hotel, above the clouds Pat and John can see the towers and minarets of Biltmore, the five million dollar mansion of Mr. Vanderbilt, but to these true and tried Bryan Democrats the dazzling splendors of the palace of tho plutocrat will not oblile rate their memory of the "Old Ken tucky Home." Married al The Glyndon. Mr. lloldam Stuart, a prominent uorbin merchant, and Miss Mamie Do by local applications as they cannot reach the disease portion to the ear. There is only ono way to cure deafness, and that is bv constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflammation of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling soutid or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten arc caused by Catarrh, which, is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any caso of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars; free, F. J. Ciiexey & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c Hall s Family Pills aro the best, lin in Richmond Main St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher may3-(lr far"? A$ T ji t - .'. 3 d E. . fT3 CO er-- 4- -M 3 to If Wm&M SMnttEIT DR1YING IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, 5" o "3 P s: o M o SB : a J r 3 D S' 3 w r 13 3 EL r " S? SEWa p aner! F BT a J O 3 en n -i 3 O n o - ce PERSONAL,. a o o 7? - 2 B In all the new rich dark colorings, special designs. well-mate- On up in price T . Papers. valuablo time looking at small sample books of old stylo job papers. We have a number o"f experienced Paper Hangers. Ws Charge to the flno Pressed No use to waste your carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, style, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you, quality con sidered. John Donelson. SEND US ONE DOLLAR ! Ilm UfWnli ansiaroia CUIL xno noon coos 8TOTI, by freight ao.D. mbjtrt to ciiminMloa. Tout freight depot and if found perfectly smtUf aelory ! and you can also say extremely comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easr and handsome Buggies and Phretons. Our stock of fine r ft r n n tn n h Mors for hanging than thoso who cut up nnd otherwise destroy your paper. to-da- New Window Shades, Mounted on Spring Rollers, fixtures complete, ready to hang, from 10c on up in price. or heart! of.par tho lUllMIT 1GIM til J ercr ! li. tcretlMt BAR. jrotx 0 0 if) P4-CP uw arccui. rail a. le nr $13.00 the 11.00 WRITE FOR OTJTC IUO FREE sent with or DlUVt CATALOCUbi der or f lt.00 fend rreical corres. This store la eiKXa.tOTenU UHxiSxii. top U iixZS i made from best pis Iron, extra lanre Hues, heavy coven, heavy lin In ft and prate larve oven shelf, heavy d oven door, handsome nickel-plateornamentations and trimmings, extra urro. Hum iuo lanre CTnoine dumikb Mrvria brarr r. nrwi. some ornamented base. Htt and we furnish FftLa an extra wood frrate. maklntr it a per. TTK 23SCK A ItlsniSB cniKltTVK feet wo4 hrmr. with every stove and cnarantea aafedriivmnvnnrrsii. tmu aMuuu. ivur tvcai ueir wouiu cnarire you for mteh a Stove, the freight la nnlv atxint ll OD for raiu vuv liiuc. mm w 1111 jvm At 1CSW 1U.VU. AGO ICS. &M.1LLGI, 209 IT. cI CD IAIS STREET. RICHMOND, KY. Wall Pacer. Window Shades. Faints. OIIh. Glass, etc . stock the larcest. prices always the lowest. SEARS, ROEBUCK aprS-6- ton, miu aa.n uanaiMj nllallt. m A.CO.flNUCHICACO.IU. Uttsr.) T m t M 4& 135 ney re me Best! a Thai's why you want to before you buy. se- - ,,, moro of pleasure and profit to specta tors and participants than the couuty fair held remote from the business centers. Messrs. John Tt McClintock,-Cha- s. T, Higglns, Matt Cohen and Jentha Chcnault have charge of the undertaking, and nenrlv Sl.000 has been subscribed for the further ance of the Echcme. The best features of a fair are main tained, but moro attention is paid to agricultural and stock exhibits, for which premiums arc awarded. Already such encouragement has been given that tno aiiair will probably assume such proportions as to occupy several days. The streets of the city will bo tho principal iirenns for the contests of all kinds. The water works will enable us to keep down the dust keep things cool, and add to the eniovinent of the exhibition. that to have a Street Fair here. The idea is nfit a new ono, having been suc cessfully carried out In various towns in this and other fatates, and with more beneficent results commercially and Street Fair For Richmond. jno similar proposition Has ever ap pealed so lorcioiy to our citizens as them We mean our I Insurance Gasoline S Stove. if if if if if O 5$ 00 2 ig FOUND ONLY AT THE if VsLLLEY VIEW rEnsoxAU Bryson. of Ohio, is visit ing his sou, A". F. Bryson, and family. Trenon L. Young, who is attending college at Lexington, is at homo on a Mr. 0 visit. Dr. Elmer Norlhcutt returned Satur day from a few days stay in Mouefee DEATHS county. Frank Bryson and Louis Stone went to .Richmond Satureay night and returned Sunday. Thursday and Friday where he pur 11, C. Carpenter was in Louisvills chased u large stock of merchandise. Miss Nancy Hall, of Richmond, vis ited the Misses Pratherlast week. She returned home Sunday, accompanied by iienry i'. itciu, or ittchmond. who came down Sunday and spent the day pleasantly m our tqwn. f Cash Hardware Store of s DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. THEXEWS llOILKP BOWK AND SEUVEB HOT. red-coat- ins system. G. W. Beck was in Cincinnati last week and laid In a-- largo supply of spriug gooJs. Rev. Jason Ballev? ha bren onpaged to preach this year at Antioch -- Miss Addie Clark's school at Miller's school house is progressing nicely. ' Onm ShllUutt ia very low with ty phoid fever and is not expected to recover. Wijiiam Howard is confined to hfa room witn a nervous derangement of 0 5 Plows, Harrows, Corn. Planters, Cultivators, Champion Bind- ers and Mowers, and all kinds of Farming I;mplemenls. i$ if if SEND ONE DOLLAR alia f rMeao, ewer to mitnio, m fcfai tTT THIS AD OCT lad tra4to J umi - OUR fPKCIAL order. w freight ohan,le4tfc tent withPRlCg$38.9Q. .J a4 WAT MTAU.ATtM.M HM alkhTOr ECGHT Mll'lHT C.O.D. ct,iai. It at T..r MaM ui U r.aad ai aaraeMTTCB, to Brants Tt.M aM T MAMtST IAMAIH IW EVER SAW. m t scit a., lad If fiaQTa ; WE MAKE THIS TOP BtMWY cmhuco. wna w.v. HMU IT1U. Style aitri put In Beat tctawnd HfuaMaMwar. Best ForU1890. Srfr,I txM trotnttw riooo. mat Iou? can " -M IHaatratad or Brewater Mda Bar. ffluels. MiiZfl QraAa lomwad Wm tanaaa TaMfc aw oajice, Daily bervMHljr IieA ej!! Me aEdbaek eartaini ram. uflraB- reca giyj g ctotii Jen - ', lit ti.wo IIaT3ipin ot - Chris-fianjjhurc- h. nMHrrainHiM cap.l-fc- q Wek,R wUlIaatafi! laaa.aa.1. . Msao. -- ' - -- - ., . - E. L. HfttlcH lm uo'ibpkted au addi uck at co. (Inca). CHICAGO. ILL. vtrtkrttttrt-itll4ft4H4H- l mtX&l H H 1 1 1 R 1 4H R 3 l PEN'S A X FEW LOW PRICES: EYE OPENERS! $1 1 Having bought in vcvy large quantities we are in a position to quote the following Oxfords, Uonjoln Kill or Calf, common Fonw, b'izoV, lo 8 TCK. price. 00 worth 1 25 worth extra nice light woipht Klil Oxfords. Black or Tan, common . ewiHa or Coin toe, kill or Ladies patent up, sizo z$ loo u or J5, price 1 KO si uuien vici kiii, 2 nutton ion--1 shoes. '"All The Go." lvilpnt tin. vnsfiiu' too kitA ! mST! rrl.u 1 An ,aco 8I,rl" "Wi kl "Pi Uom toe. sizgl'M'td 7 K, price I 75 wrrlh , . .V. . K,,, ,n" indies ici Kin in neei orfcpnns liocl, J;ico or button; kid or patent lip,:! to 8. Dor E 1 otUworth fl Men u nt.v Tan Hox Calf in inco or button, all stylo toes, size Olo 11. U. I nod K : 00 worth Men ri now Tan liox ilf, lightor dark shade, all Mylo toes.'Fizcti to 11. 1?.. C :m.l 1) 3 50 worth wen s jiincK or mil, vici, in alt styles, Jaco or congress, C to 11. U, K and UK :i 00 worth Men's Black or Tan, Vici or Calf, all styles, size C to 11. E and EE oo worth . c 50 lilies' all froliil leather 2 00 2 00 2 21 75- -2 00 3 50 4 00 3 50 2 50 3 X j' it i j ll ll lj 0- PRICES Vfr Successors to WALLACE & RICE ARNOLD. Caldwell High School Conlesi. X tru n Turn v n usn n More s Damain: iiE Dus eee O 8 U AND i v- Shrivel up Competitor!. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewd-- est buyers. Everyone. is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our delivery wagons smoking-THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never dis- appoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: Q) Nice Dress Ginghams 5, 01 and 71c yard 8 s' to 21c vard ( Fino French and Silk Ginghams Dress Goods, 3G inch wide, stylish, and ij 19c jard, worth 3oc 4c yard yJ pretty Cheviot effects 12c yard (Q Nice Bleached Towels 5c 1c yard 2c yard 3Jo yard All-wo- WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS, MISSES' Court Sales the Cough Remody. T did not thinlc that court, which means very high prices, court house. The high quality of the any medicine would help him, but af1 to $G per cwt. viz: Six cents was refused for a choice lot evercises really astonished us and doubt- ter giving him a few doses of that remCO less others were as genuinely delighted edy I noticed an improvement, and u of yearlings. o Milkers in good demand atST0. $4". with the exhibition. The vocal music one bottle cured him entirely. It is nud declamations of the pupils u ere to tho best medicine I ever had in the Hcilers, strong demand, $3.50 to enjoyable that the crowded audience houso. J. L. Moore, South Burgetts-tow$4.50. as loatii to leave at U.30 when the ex t, Tremendous crowd in town. Pa. For sale by Perry and ercises closed. very Little Money to invest in a Suit, mav3-lThomas. The contests were held to choose a Called Meeting. but if the Suit is not made of the right boy declaiiner and a duett of girls to Arknnsas has kicked out the trusts S3 A call meeting by the president to re- seud. to Somerset at the Blue Grate without ceremony. fabric, is not tailored properly, has no o organize College ilill Cemetorv will be Contest this spring. to style, your investment of $10.00 is VirNew and Valuable held at College Hill, May 20, at 2 o'clock Five young men spoke for the honor. tually a Loss. Every investment you p. m , to elect a new set of officers and G. W. Miller, II. S. Cosby, C. S. Wagmedicinal agencies aro combined in Dr. ca adopt a new Constitution and ers. C. 1). Hice and T. F. Harris. Each Bell's make in Clothing from our store will be It advances a n All persons owning lots are expected lo had lit good qualities, but new;thcory in tho treatment of coughs, 8 distinctive, gilt edge. Co be present, those not present must the duty of the judges. Messrs. J A. colds, lung and bronchial troubles. It We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Suitings, C. Cheuault o abide by whatP. those do that are pres- Sullivan, J. limited to the and C. E gives immediate relief to consumptives. F. Adams, President. ent. Silk Waists and Dress Patterns ever shown in this eitj As these goods are the Cullings was. Woods selection of & P. S. Decoration, May 30. Mr R. only one, and he was chosen unani Philadelphia's Zoo has just caged a of the largest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay you to look at them. C2 W. Miller will be invited to deliver mously on the first ballot, which was il elicit. raay3-3t- . address. Mr. T F.Harris, whose sub secret, Coughed 25 Years. ject "lhc March of Mind" was rendered l, A Fine Exhibition ol beautifully finished Cassimercs, every Are absolutely ltli more polish than any of the I suffered for 25 years with a cough, In our "Ready to Wear" Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Silk thcrs. At iea6t two of the others and spent hundreds of dollars with garment Sewed throuch and through, Upper and Lower and Woolen Skirts, Shirt Waists, Muslin Underwear, Bonnets, etc. Our "Hot Bargain" were very line, and their excel doctors and for medicine to no avail unto STANWXO OF TUB OLUHS. Shuttle with 0,000 (iovernment Standard Pure Dye Silk, lence was fully appreciated, but all til I prices prevail in this Department. Lined with extra fine real Italian Lining, Sleeves are Lined Won. Lost. Per Ct points considered they are not vet This used Dr. Bell's "S3 remedy makes weak lungs strong. Georgetown Collpge2 1,000 quite ready to compote with other with plain color Pongee Silk finish Sateen Sleeve Lining, c It has saved my life. J. B. Roseli 00(5 Central Universitr....S. Grantsbnrg, 111. Satin undei collars, Thirty rows of 6titching, French facing 1 500 Centre College brought out five The vocal duetts 5. State College .and broad Satin pi pint'. Every detail of insido and outside 0 000 sets of contestants : The small pox scare at Elizabcth- and thought to have the garKentucky Univ'y... 0 tailoring is done with 000 Misses Traynor and White, CD "Sing On" town has subsided. "Till We Meet ments fit perfectly and give the Wearer Lasting Satisfaction." At Georgetown Saturday C. U. met Misses Traynor and Coyle, to C2 Again." Ballard's Snow Liniment cures RheuDot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Butthis year in Misses ITather,. .. .."Where Is Beauty Found" her first defeat in base-baThere are no better tailored garments than ours, there is Sick one of the finest exhibitions of Misses Jacobs and Todd, "Nightingale" matism, Neuralgia, Headache, termilk Toilet Soap, price 8c a cake, no way to make them better. You want to see our Suits Mattings, Oilcloths, Curtain Poles, Headache, Sore Throat, Sprains, o evenly we ever saw. The teams were Misses Evans and Bowman, "When Life Is Bruises, Old Sores, Corns,Cuts. all pain and the best Toilet Soap used. We are ungniesi." before looking elsewhere, as we can make yotir.SlO 00 do matched, though all signs and Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing The first named was selected by the and inflammation. The most penetrat what it will take much more to do as well clewhere. selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. conditions pointed to Georgetown putin the largest assortment of these goods iTice zo ting up the best game. Her victory judges, Mrs. II. C. II. Covington, Miss ing liniment DO tne woiiu.Perry We are showing all the new things in to by one score does cents and and cents. norfit all come up to spencer and Prof, isaudersoii. CJ to be seen this side of the large cities. may3-lRibbons, New Dress Trimmings, New llio nit" of the evening was the Thomas. their expectations, though it was a v sulllcieucy. duett, "Where Are You Going, My Our "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarLaces and new Ham bergs. Try a pair President McKinlev and party went The features of the game were our Pretty Maid," by Miss Hacker and Mr. on a visit to tho cruiser Italeigh. of our "Tops'" brand Hosiery, they antee for their cheapness. It. Einmett Million. They brought Dinger's work, the o Capt. work of Adams and the home first down the house and were warmly the best in the market. run To L'nre a Cold in One Hay base of C. Chatham, forC. U.; the left field- eucored. Mr. L. A. Rice, in his solo, "Jack," Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ing and shortstop work of Georgetown, -a o if and let us add, sincerely, the absoutely demonstrated that he has a superb All druggists refund money Jb. it fails on is. .. oice that with but little training will cure. Zi)C. ltie genuine lias fair and impartial work of the umpires. novO-tiMessrs. Tyrrell and McMicken. We be the envy of his sex and a fascina- each tablet. 9NI300IS H3HIY3T 1V3 would be pleased to have them umpire tion to the gentler one. A colony of Mormons will leave Misses Traynor and Coyle, and Mes 3Hi 3311 SH?3A lYHl ONIS30J.S ON SI 3H3HI the return game hero. srs. Traynor and luce, sang a beautiful Le.wis county for Utah. (SAME IX DETAIL. was Bigger made a slashing hit past sec- quartette, "Serenade," that won well CUBAN OIL cures laifles iresh ond but was doubled on Hall's bnrjt received.Mr.The youngsustained himself. Mr. Breckinridge lo Speak. CutJ, Burn, Bruises, Rheu Traynor and out at fiist. C. Chatham hits laurels, seaMr. V. C. P. Breckinridge will de down 3J baso lino, but .Norman de- aim Mr. luce surprised all by a voice matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. of great depth and richness. Sold by Perry & Thomas, mccessors to W. liver a public lecture to the law stu- clared out for getting hit by pitched .White. dents of C. U. at the Chapel Friday; ball which struck his body after he The quartette composed of Misses Frank Wright, a negro murderer. was Traynor, White, Coyle and Traynor was MAY 3, - - 1699. night. Illness detained him last week. fouled it. WEDNESDAY. Chatham and particularly beautiful in the "Bustle hanged st Savannah. Hinton grounds to Henry Koehler & Company, out to Adams; Barkley out on his Dance " There were two splendid Perfect Health Dr. llobson. Dentist. Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., in grounder to Adams. Kcllncr was hit choruses, the first bv Grade 7 and then Mill mon and foredd on Dowuing's grounder to by the High School pupils. Miss Mary depends upon the proper digestion and with vite correspondence Proctor Knott Cigar. rattie trained all the singers and was assimilation of Food. Digestos Tablets who have lumber for sale. They buy Logan, who touched second has. 0. 25c at all Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cats, Norman walks, and 2d on V. Chat- justly pleased with her part of the ex aid imperfect digestion. Monday was Tarviu Dav here. Dry or Green. Write them. apr5-Gdruggists. ham's 4 balls. Thompson sacrifices hibition. K3 Principal Clark will again enter the May Fiscal Court assembled yesterboth a base and is out pitcher to first. Dr. Combs Acquitted. Firo at Pittsburg caused a loss of day. contest Willi the other institutions ol Adams fans, Tadlockout 3d to 1st, with the Blue Grass with confidence of bear- $210,000. and several business houses The cxamininc trial of Dr. Robert bases full. Urockinriilge Friday! night at C. trophies. So mote were destroyed. Stevens to Digger and out 1st. Adair ing off many e RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Combs for killing Charles Willoughby I". Chapel. fence. it be: recently at College Hill, resulted on hits for 2 bags lo center-fiel- d Unless a woman eats sulHciont nour -- llavo you been in Stoulfer's new rliursclav last in Ins acnuittal at his Harris flies to Hall in center, and Craft ishing food she can neither gain nor trial before Judge Turpin, self defense to Bigger and out to 1 st. 0. store, on Main street 7 keep a good complexion. Food, when Logan walks, 2d on bunt by Bigger being proven. Just before retiring, if your liver Is ligesteu.is the base of all health, all who died at 1st Hall grounds to 3rd Sum liar has moved to Main street, sluggish, out ot tune and you feel dull, titrength. and all beauty. Herbine will A Place to go. out 1st. Chas. Chatham hits to riuht next to John G Tayloi's. billons, constipated, take a dose of help digest what you eat, and give you and fielder makes great sidewiec catch. For the clear, bright, beautiful skin of Finest line of norkwear in the city cold icelusciousa bananas, ripe apples, Loca'n left at second. cream-sodwater, fresli cakes, health. Price 50 and 75 cents. Perry at Stoulfer's now More, Main fctreet. ingo:d to Bigger, to first; Hinton mayS-l& Thomas. nice candies, tobacco and cigars, iro to fans, Barkley grounds to C. Chatham right In the morning. And youll bo all ljirgeet lino of hats and caps in A. Dinelle, next door to old Post Oll'ice. and out at 1st. 0. Murderer Kirves, of Dayton, Cmust Itichmoud at Stotifler's .Main street Restaurant open day and niyht. The Duke de Arcos, the new Spanish suffer death in tho electric chair. aprl9-5Norman walks hut bad judgment atstore. tempts second on V. Chatham's strike- Minister to the United States, will "Wantoi. Manv soldiers Ky. League o Auieriuan Wheelout. Both are nailed. Thompson goes leave Madrid this week for Washington. fects of oldhard servicenow feel tho ef they enduring the Reliable Salesman to sell the best out shoit to first. men meets here in annual convention In Constipation of lie war. Mr. Hpecialty on the market. Staple article tf June 15. Kelner hits red hot liner to Adams naturaU healthful Herbinu afiorJs a Rossville, YorkUeo. b Anderson,who remedy, acting county, Penn., ami reauy seller, altorumg large prout. who then drops Digger's difficult throw AdMrs. L. P. Tmld will rontiuue her No samples or deposit required. of Downinu's bunt. Latter steals sec- promptly. A few smnll doses will usu saw the hardest kind of sevico at the Millinery busiutss regardloss of the dress 920 Majestic liuildiug, Detroit, ond. Stevens fans, and Adair retires ally lie found to 60 regulate, the excre front, is now frequently troubled with tory functions that tbev are able to rheumatism. "I had a Eevere attack apr20-2-t auction. Mich. side on grounder Bigger to Adams. lately." he savs. "and procured a bottle Having purchased the Gus Margolen stock of Adams liitR beauty over 2d and gets operateoO without any aid whatever. of AS ASSIGNEE OF LEWIS P. TODD, Daughters Involution meet llarrnl riynuiuili Rock. cents. Perry A Thomas, lm Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It did so Groceries from Million & Greenleaf r we . will second on Logan's walk. Tadlock lines Price morrow, 4 p. with Mrs. C. D. much good that I would like to "know Twenty years a breeder of this one out to short. Bigger lines to center and continue the business at the ....BEGINNING.... The third annual convention of the CheiiHUlt. vaiiety, stock better than ever before. Logan is doubled at first on beautiful Good Citizenship League will be held what .you would charge me for one Iozon bottles." Mr. Anderson wanted took more than 100 meas- Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New throw, indeed. Stouller Cincinnati this week. -it both for his own use and to supply it Adams make creat stop of C. Chat- in ures in oiie uveit for suits and pants. Yotk. Eggs 10 to 1" setting. $1. MltS. M V. AltllUCKIiE, ham's low throw of Harris grounder, It is better to preserve health than to to his iriends and neighbors, as every New store, Main Mroet. should Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. mS-3Oaft flies to Norman. V. Chatham cure disease. Therefore, keep your familyhome, nothave a bottle of it in only for rheumatism. Siotiirer sells moro clntliinc drops Ringold's fly to right, but Hin- blood pure with Hooe's Sarsnparilla heir aiuT mUcn"5vainaoieTniacmiier corn lint lame back, sprains, swellings, cuts. the money .than any other cluthier. ton retires at first on red liotgrounder.to nnd Be always well. burned with all its contents. Origin! iriusns and burns, for winch it is un l. New store, Main street. r. Evangelist Sam Jones began his equalled. For sale by Perry and of lire unknown. Insurance SlOjOVO, Hall was fooled on a low easy ball. may3-iCaldwell Iliirli School team beat which will not cover the loss. third strike, and died at 1st . C. Chat- wrestle with the devil in Louisville yes rhomns. On Main Street, next door to the Richmond National Bank. Itaneri.-- s FelaucC C. U. Prep 11-ham walked but was thrown out at 2J. terday. The town of Cheek, in Indian TerriWe will keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE Doty, Hernngton and Million. by catcher; Norman out pitcher to 1st. For Whooping Cough, Aatbma, torr, was burned down. Barkley dies at 1st on grounder to and FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETAStouller has takiMi more measures Bigger, Kelner fans, Tadlock drops but Bronchitis or Consumption, no medi "The Worst Cold I Ever Had." BLES. We have already added largely to the stock, for suits loonier this spriig than all get htm at 1st. Downing lines to cen cine equal Coussen's Honey of Tar. the rost combined. Neu tsii ie, .Main St. Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and You can cure it in one night with and )rou will find most anything kept in a lirst-clas- s ter, but is lift thero as Bigger leaps inay3-l25c nt all Dr. Bell's fully ten feet to get Stevens' grounder Thomas. Grocery. The public is cordially invited to call" and R R. R. Convention. Miss Teuipie Uldham will close druggistR. No cure no pay. . over to Adams, g handkercheap her small line of ladies' meetings were held in PRICES. inspect our stock and get our LOW The Ilepublican Convention of the This was tho seventh inning, withont chiefs, underwear and hosiery. Come 3rd Help was brought to a damaged light District is in session here witli 300 a score. V. (. hathatn c nicks out1 safely the Chicago negro churches yesterday. ship in the English Channel by the use nprlO-latouce. lelegates. The ins" and "outs" are over 2d, scoring first run on Thomp Yours Very Respectfully, II You Are Restless of tireless telegraphy. Princess Boniiiu, the $S00 trotter of Inviiig it u , and down, and as we go to son's safety to center and timely bunt James White, broko her leg on the press Mr. Wood, who is "in" will have by Adams. Thompson scored on passed and cannot sleep at night, a doso of Many a fair young child, whose pallor will give has puzzeld the mother, until she has railroad List Friday "and had to be to beat I ho whole lield to be nomina- ball. Adams scores on Tadlock's hit to Dr. Bell's E. GREENLEAF, 107. ted. Wj predict Culton's victory, if loft, Tan dies at 2d nn Logan s grounder. you natural rest and refreshing sleep. suspected rightly her darling was trou killed. may3-4Wood is downed. Logan scored on Bigger s to It chocks a rough ut once and cures a bled with worms, nas regained the Colored High School Declamacenter-hel- d fenco, and Tom scored on C. cold in one night. It heals the throat, rosvhueof health with a few doses ol The Heirs Won. tory Contest occurs Friday night nejet, fence. chest and lungs, cures la .grippe perm White's 'ream Vermiluge- - Price 25c. Chatham's homer over right-Bilc- l at the Uuiled Baptit-- t church. AdmisThe Court of Appeals dismissed llio Norman puts fly in short-rigfield and anently, does not stupeiv, is harmless Perrv & Thomas. may3-H- n sion, 10 cents. suit of the National Fraternal Union tabes 2d on V. Chatham's salogrnnnder i;tiiidren love it. uui people like it. HH m & tj J JJ r? n 8n lf Insurance Co. agaiust the heirdof Lafayright. Both left on Thompson's fan. Good druggists soil it. Pries, 25 cents, Scores of children ate suffering with Mrs. L. P. Todd will continue her ette Miller, deceased. The policv of to U 0. G. C 0. measles in Vanceburg and Lowis Miiliuerv business at the old stand. $5,000 will have to be paid. At the A patent leather trust is to be formed county. Hero's where tables were turned. Toe auction will not interfere with her first trial there was a hung jury, at the Bigger drops high fly from Adair's with headquarters at Isewark, K. J. department. uext, a verdict oi to.uuu was rcuuereu, bat, latter to 2d on Harris' hit to right. Nothing has ever been produced lo In the spring the bird are singing -1 1X1- --' ITI KBvVVn '.vtvn M ifl-ilT- l and to 3rd on Norman's wild throw. equal or compnre with Tabler's Buck As tney build their summer home, J. S. Butner and Charles Neikirk when the company appealed. and Aduir makes their first score bv eye Pile Ointment as a curative and Blades of grass aud buds are spriuing having bought out Mr. Beaslcy. at 8 Amtion Every Day. Adams' dropping Chatham's throw of healing application lor Piles, Fissures, O'er the mend the cattle roam. Caleast. will continue the merchandise Mr. J. E. Greenleaf, assignee of L. P. Craft's grounder. Ringold out to Hall blind and blopding, external or inter In tho spring your blood is freighted businoss there. With the germs that cause disease, Todd, began yesterday to auction the in center, Hinton safe hit to center nal, and Itching and Bleeding of the Harris & Rice's brickmaking ma dry goods stock in tho store nejt to scoring Craft and llarrii. ns Tadlock uectuini!. 1 ho relief Is immediate and Humors, boils, are designted. Signals warning you of these. chine started to work last Thursday, Htchinond national Uanb. Col, or-- failed to trap Hall's throw from center. cur infallible. . Price 50c in bottle. employing lo men who will make 300- - sythe, the glib and gifted auctioneer of llarKley grounds slow one to Adams and tubes 75 In tfto spring that tired feeling Perry & Thomrs. may3-lt- n 0 0 brick this season. ueorgctown, win "cry the fnio" so Mr. beats it out. H inton scores on Down Makes you every duty shirK, feel liko begging, stealing, us. Auction daily at ing's high fly which Thompson London With - Dr. Pearson, of Chicago, oilers to Greenleaf 2Iuforms7:30 p. m., until the going to second on tho error, andmuffed 000 an land in there nreworth $10,000,- - Makes you engage in work. 10 a. in.. Kathnr tliMti to 3rd acre, people who and give another $o0,(XK) cash present to stock is exhausted. But there's something known that will a on passed ball. Kelner hits bounder wouidn't mind owning a few feet. Berea College if tun Faculty will laise striking Adams in face but latter gets Man to health and vigor lead. t li q g The Legislative Convention. an additional $150,000. You will find Hood's SarsapaMila What it Does. decision. Downing scoring on the plav. Tadlock nabs Stevens' foul nicely Just exactly what you noed. Democratic-CommitteAt the meet Hon. J. T. Gosnell, who delivered. 'Mv children inherit scrofula, but by may3-lagony, after five had decided ore and the Odd Fellow's address hero last ing Monday it was July 1 toto hold dele he.e.nends in by opr opponents.scores U tho noip oi jmoous aarsapariiia we run C. name have almost entirely eradicated it, candidate for clnct conventions week, is a prominent In Clinton county James Neal stih- G. C. 5. an State Treasurer. This his fourth term gates to the county convention July 3 In pur first half of tho uext inning, Nothing gives tutsappetite and promotes bed and seriously injured W. II to name a canaiuatc tor the legislature as circuit clerk at Leithfield. digestion nto medicine. We have a for which Messrs. Combs and Williams the 8th. side quickly retired: Adains used it in our family for years and be Woodson, Methodist minister. grounds to Joiner and retired at 1st, After 25 years Stoulfer has moved are announced, .bach district is en Tadlock sraaslmd a lieve it to be the best tonic and blood CUBAN RELIEF enres liner that seemed to the Ilronston property, nn upper titled to ouedelecale for every 50 votes Nokah rfaMlO SColicNeiirnlRUandTootbiChe good but Adair at short leaped to left purifier w e can get." m j flve mtnu,. sour Stomach Main street, where you can buy tho or fraction over 2o, cast for Bryan. and stopped the ball with his gloved Huoiiey, Hughey, Tennessee. best and cheapest outfit for the least sod Eaamer CompUluu. l'riec, 25 Cents. hnnd and sent It to 1st in time to beat Xecp Csol. Oon't Get Oxcilei. Tho Dauehtera of the Revolution O money. Suits to measure at $10. UN runner out. Logan flied out to have been doing a little reviluting on Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. Wo have just received a nice line of tho Harris at 2d. We aro closing out all our goods in refrigerators, ice boxes, water coolers own account. Chirmnn Barnett does not think At Adair grounded to Bigger, to AdBin?, their order to remodel our houss. Clothing, White Slanitou ice cream freezers :. run Harris' long hit to deep center lands have been a sufferer from chronic torney General Taylor is anxious to hats, shirts and underwear at your own best on earth. All kinds fnh tackle; I for Uovemor. him at 3rd from which .ho scored on diarrhoea ever since tho warandhav price at Stoulfer's now Main street anything from a sun Craft's bounder over Normau'a head used all kinds of medicines for it. At to store, next door to Farmer's Natioual hooks to a catch perch channel or mud cat. Did ye This tied the score, Gal1 and crowd went last I found ono remedy that has been and Kcicma, Tetter, Bank. ever say any thing to you about tho wild. A moment later Uiiigold's a success as a cure, and that is ChamTho intense itching and smarting inci Dceriug harvest machine.' Hell, we lick Jo center scored Craft and pande- berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 300 sample summer coats and dent to these diseases is instantly allayed will'see you later. Call and see us. monium broko lnoe. Passed ball sent Ueuiedy. P. E. Guisha Jt.Gaars Mills, by applying Cliainberlain's Eye and vests just opened, in all the latent and D. H. SiiAcKKLFOan & Co, Bingold to 3rd where he died on Bark La. For srilo by Perry. & Thomas. lui ckin Oiutment. Many very bad ?ascs best sles, atjlfss than manufactureis, lo.v'a out C Chatham to Adam, nfter permanently cureu by it. 1 cost io be cJns-t-out Moiiuers new Coss Place to Gel Groceries. The snuff tmst has sneeaed $21,000 nave been otticiont for itcimig puts at Logan had caught Minion's high lly. i3 cnuallY cloil.i.ig luiiine. Main stieet, opposite Mr. J. T. Ieailey, of Bourbon, else It was our last hanco. ai.d Bigge worth of stamp taxes into Naw Jersey's i l.ivonto remedy for sore nipples: iMa'Uboti JSaliou.il liank. where advertises his new grocery, at the was up. Willi a grunt lin cxitght Hi treasury. happed hands, chilblains, frcrt bites Gus Manroleu stand, next to White & ballon his arm nnd tok fi si, hut wit 5 cts. box. Four Applicants lor Teachcash'p. :a il chronic soro eyes. V. lien Xalurp tilbFoii, phone 107. Mr. Jesse Dykes caught at, "Jd. Hail c.ircld the; s ii Curraleen Smith, Noll mill Mr Chas. Sullivan, two polite nut a long foul to left, and liter struck out. Needs nfsistaiipo it may bn best to renDr. Culy's CmkMUs routers, are and butt and Alma Scrivener efllcient falesmnn, are nssfstiug Mr. Uhariert unatiiam struct our, and wi der it promptly, but ono should remem-V- r jnt what a horso needs vrhen in bad " were th oulv applicants lo lake ex'ltni Bensloy in st tiding out a fine lot of were defeated, after victory seemed 2Q7 WEST MAIN" STREET. ;'. to uso even, the most perfect rem- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and iiatiou for teachershius in Caldwell choice groceries of fill kinds, nnd we certain, and the sun went down on one edies only when needed. Thobeta'Hl yuruiifnge. They are not food but High Srhool,- - The present "faculty had trust a discriminating public "will find of the finest exhibitions of hall ever most ulmplo and remedy Is the r.eilicino and the best in use to put a ceriifiVaieH aiul will probably app'y for it to its interest to" give-thnew firm p'nved in college citcJeH of Kentucky Syrup of Figs, manufactured rby ihp hiirse iu prirao e&tWm. Tribe 23 fair portion of its patronage. retention. up to the fatal 7th inning! C.E W. California FiglSyrup Co. e& per package. $10.00 Is All-Woo- 3 rs J. W. Bales tells ns there were It was with sincere pride and pleas1.000 cattle at the two yards, and they ure that we witnessed tbo entertainsold as well or better than atany recent ment given by the pupils of Caldwell neighbors recommended ChamberlainV High School last Friday night, at Mr. Ciingti. I had a little boy who was nearly dead from an attack of 'whooping cough. M Wlmnpins Tobacco Canvas Tobaceo canvas, best grade Good yard-wid- e Brown Cotton Good yard-wid- o Bleached Cotton 10-Unbleached Sheeting Good Bed Ticking Best grade Bed Ticking Cottonnde for boy's pants Best New York mills, Camlet Jeans Extra heavy Cotton Cassimers Best grade Apron Gingham 4 7 to Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents , 25c each Men's and Boy's Percallo Shirts . . 8jc yard (Q Baby Shoes, all colors and white 25c 10c yard Ladies' kid, button and laco Shoes, pat tip . . . only 75c 12Jc yard Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality only OSc 41c yard ( Men's Cassimere Pants, black nnd blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Kneo Suits are all Double Knee and Scat. He yard 5c yard ij ! n, m In this "Hot Bargain Sale" we are naming Special Prices on Table Linens, Napkins and .Doilies. They will go very fast at prices named. 3 s. y. S Base-Bal- l. y. See Our Line of Lace Curtains, We Have Just Received ll ball-playi- COVINGTON & MITCHELL. m all-rou- m Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. WIS. The Richmond Climax. Planters We have placed on sale the "Red Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We cany everything in favor this son in this department. Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, -- 0-- W. D. 0LDHAffl COMPANY. of-th- 0-- m 0-- m NEW GROCERY 0-- fr m SAME 0-- STAND, MONDAY, MAY 1ST5 m 2. - m y. Anti-lynchin- CAH And continuing until the goods are (lis- posed of, I will sell at auction, beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., 2 p, in., and 7 p. m., the stock of Dry Goods, etc., in the store room on Wain Street, next to Richmond Pine-Tar-Hon- Phone National Rank. Major Forsythe, of Paris, will entertain the crowd. Assignee. J. I w ht is igiiis wwrewi s 1- rWll IK N ow in Sesslo 7k e m roll lily convinced Unit And every delegation in attendance is we lead the procession in Style, Quality and Price in $P m.ui.M. Children'3 Pine Shoes, and Genes' Parnishing QcaQds. In , Men?s, Ladies and zsssss:-- Ik G-- C. Salt-Rheu- m ( and be convinced of these facts and reap some oi the benefits of this imi-rso-ii pr Mi-se- Mer-sli..- I DOUGLAS. BRIGHT& CO.'S.I e .' An Protect Tour Idea: thT Wanted-- Idea TniT brimr SivS B. Here's Tsar Chaice. Seae EslraBrdinary Offers by TI10 Climax. Waihlngufn, D. C for their est.lilt ot two hundred InTenUonitl.KJU prize offer wanted. and tou wealth. Patent Attor- - Pi, N. !, ANAi ' BAST BOtTCID. & B. R. Time Table No. S3. Taking Effect Mon day, May 2, 1SJS. M Classy 1st Class. No. i Jfo. 3 NO. Sun Ex Sun Ex San Ex A. M. 22 02 28 58 The Climax wants five hunred new subscribers by tho first of theuewyear. In order to reach this end, Borae. extraordinary induce inents "wilT bo made. Until fnrtheriiotice the folkming will . be offered to subscribers. Versailles ..... 10 Nieholasvllle.. 11 Valley View.- - II Million Richmond Moberley Brassflefd 1 P.M. A.M. 5 30 5 7 8 8 8 52 35 00 30 11 41 IS Union P. M. 12 12 12 1 8 48 8 20 8 60 8 15 00 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 10 10 ..... . v B Panola Irvine 13 16 30 35 05 ..;. . . . . .. . No. 2 No. 4 I No. 8 No. l6 wbst boojju. ExSun ExSun ExSun ExSnn Irvine- .Panola A. M. "pTm. 2tO P. M. . A. M. 11 1 1 1 ItraMfleM Moberley Union Richmond. ... Million Valley View Nieholasvllle Versailles . 2 25 2 30 2 2 47 S 15 55 05 20 15 . . .. HI 6 8S 7 50 6 06 6 20 3 30 3 45 4 10 ... trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains to and Irom Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. II. ADAMS, SuDerintendcnt. its acting on tho kidneys, a.m. p.m. "p"'m. p.m." liver and bowels, without weakening $1.90. XHlMtn.MinnArt with Louisville Southern or irritating them, make it the ideal The laxative. 5 00 2 15 3 00 3 25 4 30 6 10 3 'it and ThelVeek-l- y Louisville Dispatch $1.25. i BibTcsand children need I The Climax and the Home 7V3 1.. Jf g rJiJ i proper icut , rareiy cvcnncui- - t $1.30 and Farm, Ufinzy uu not umvc t The Climax and either n ftheisBfeod something is An Excellent CoinbiHatien. the Cosmopolitan, Mtinsey's v.Tbi. pleasant method and beneficial NVrbitJThey need a little effects of the well known remedy, or McClurers Magazine, $2.00. Strup or Figs, manufactured 'by the The Climax and the Louis- j help to get their digestive j California Fiq Syrup Co., Illustrate machinery working properly. the value of obtaining1 the liquid laxa- ville daity evening post, $3. tive principles of plants known to bo medicinally laxative and presenting-theThe Richmond Climax and in thefbrm most refreshing to the Twiee-a-weeCourier-Journa- l, k lastd and acceptable to the system. It Is the one perfect strengthening both for one year $1.60 cleansing- the system colds, headaches and fevers OF The Climax and "Weekly gently yet promptly and cnablinpone OSL. COD L5VERLIKES SODA to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. Tiffin !lYP0PH0SPttiTS of manently. Its perfect freedom from Tho Climax and Ohio Farm, every objectionable quality and The 3LiiiAX Nature Colored visitorSJfrhorelor less distin guished, are entertained in tlje liouse-hold- s of tho membera-:o- f the faculty, who aro mostly whito teachers from theNorthorn States. Atone of their we saw whito girl commencements studonts and colored exchange kisses of greeting with as much apparent satisfaction as though ljoth. wero of the same color. B. J. Newlon, in Owenton Herald. . -j ri' ... u ... . - "''l" I " ALL WOMEN Should fcno'.v t that tho iiihiiihhiiiihs''""'"",mi' '" .r emsmMmssssiin.i , p . - y , ? r J H Wk IBbw I ry . ;V County Courl Days. laxa--tiv- e, - effectually,-dispelling- - , 1 Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. t Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. ..Lexington, Fayette county, second ' Is tho host for Fcsule Trestles. Corrects nil Monday. Irregularities In Female Organs. Should be Stanford, Lincoln county, second Montaken forChwofUtc and boforo Pinters "Cd Tine" Rmc3cs havo stood the day, jf" test for twenty years.. Georgetown, Scott county, third MonrTcwBreicprMetllclneCa Oiat-JXado ouly 1 day. .i Danvillo, Boylo county, third Monday. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. f decS-ly- r Nicholasvillc, Jessamine county, third Q. White. Monday. All drugglstascll DrTMIleNorvo Plasters. Winchester, ,CIark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, wootlford county, fourth Monday. - H . bBbVIW. saslllw Thtw fcZy iKwJ CANDY CATHARTIC 9wA V tH 'liHlw qVj JT assak J tn J jCt 25c. o 50c We-s-M-.-- 3ftBpBip .... ... ... .... 'VslfHHsBB' t..o..........u.r. BBm sV "3F at M IksiBBfcJIliW mBtl&Fk KrlKKKSKtlKmW wmm9 H H . sbbbb aiiiHslll obsVsbIHbsIIIIHb vl m Ts mSlBBy ATT I ! I If H Vj U H MS J XXL.L. i i I 34 J ., DRUGGISTS. i.. a o mm fj If K r c l n In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and can think other aromatic plants, by a method slmplo the California Wanted-- An Idea some patent! known to In order to get itsFio Syrup to beneficial tou weaun. Co. only. Protect your Idea: trier may uring Patent Attor- iLv? wKimrmtriRK A co effects and to avoid imitations, please nejVT Washington. I. Cfor their 1.8uo prlxe offer remember the full name of the Company ana list ol two iiimureu uiTtuuuua printed on the front of every package. I Climax can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. FOUR ACES OF WAN. gf O "l rJ E ...jf:st:g e S CD The milk trust readies tho infant as he first sees tho world; tlio ire trust CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. cools him in the summer, the coal trust BAN THAN CISCO. CAX. Z.OUISVIIXK, KY. HEW YORK, N. T. keeps him warm in tho winter, while For sale by all Druggists. rrice 50c per bottle. the coffin trust wait to receive him Jan5-lwhen life's fitful dream is o'er From William J. Bryan'8 Speech at Milwauy $ $ B -- I35- kee, April 13, 1899. to-da- t"1 T w II 11 ECONOMIST RANGES W 5' B ert-- tt S o o S1 w lavjiy iMint CVilal 1S71 2 3 BJ2S;3B oooooooo ceceecce a C The little baby born Forced into a world lie docs not know. With eyelids closed at first approach, Not knowing whither its feet may ro, Opens wide its startled eyes, And reads in lettors large and clew. Painted on the cottage door, MILK TRUST LOCATED HERE. Life's summer comes.the babe has grown Into a youth, as all babes grow; He plays at games and gops to school," And sows wild oats, as all youths sow. But fever comes with summer sun, Bringing to his parents many a tear. While painted on the fence he sees ICE TRUST LOCATED HERE. Old ago has come; his tattered frame Is fcobla, and his limbs are weak And cold, while in his chair he sits, Near the fire, its warmth to seek, When peering through the open door. Across the street lie reads with iear, A bigsign painted on the wall, COAL TRUST LOCATED HERE. Jiillions Uivcn Awsy. will Sen illy correct this It is certainly gratifying to tho pubdifficulty. lic to.know of one concern in tho land 1 i you will put;from one- - j Who. aro njjt afraid to be generous to tho lioo'dy arid suUering. Tlto proprie-torof DrKing's Now Discovery for 1 i:i KWc lvH fiW.fc nr fnnr I Consumption, Cousshs and Colds, have given away over ton millions trial bot5 (hr.es a dav vou will soon see of this groat medicine have ror tles satisfaction of knowing it and abso j a marked improvement, tho has T larger children, from half to f lately cured thousands pf hopeless a teaspoonful, according, to ? pases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness aud all diseaso of the Throat, 4-agdissolved in j their milk, I Chest and Lungs are surely cured by if vou so desire, will verv I it. Call on Perry k Thomas Druggist, j j -Vv G. and get a soon show its great nourish-- 1 Successors to regular White50c and 1. j trial bottle free, size t in3 power. If the mother's f Every bottle guaranteed, or price re- i I s rvprR-'niP'- i. fonnd prtrttij .i'rafUry. e . cKri Ctl. MraIlM BiekUM cthrn. ml. fk .it T'tl tmiTEST X11TIU41I YOU ITtrl !U.AK1 OK. br Toar.5??jSe& maweljfhi 5 . and frricli. c;in;e-- . frelcMwill arcraue 75 rents efh 600 miles. SByjCc TOIAI rtJC IT TUn?l? nITIIP. you aro in vnnforAvn Itnm 11 anrf rTT4c o will rrinrn joar ir a 17 uar rot fftunrc. 00, ni 4 ira-trIWfat mtit f $rwh 3ackUn at I!I0. flu. $12.00adD, alt tut r (IfrrWi I Vmr I'm Srelur Jlachtiii CxUzwp. G8ADE DROP CA8IHET BUSOICR SEWlKa MACKIXE fcj rretrti C O. alii it ,.r , ur iiec.ru lrciicii ucjxj. loamatAR'Si SEED MQMZY .'t: ggfrggg V. iiitjrti i. timi. u . m Is Cia croatest r.tt.meata, arliias t h DilSK frui. DROPollersd by CABIIfCT BUIIDICK valu-- ever aayhcuae- S?,1 BEWARE Or tMlYATIONS Hi'1 515-5- 0 efferuuc ,.kMb Mrhic. IWli. toxm I " f t Dirxmorsosic nRDUrtlSWti miici:v - G R i I at f "s innr (.ikiii rut.vT or xTritT immi emnr au iii.M: snz, aim 'I'llEllKSTMlKHR IN AMEItlCS, S0LI0 am:er varioa; name., witn Srltti Is CkicftfO u4 le.ra mho art ha every jtonr.ni uraonniT, y:ajo irJr.-- ; m3 1 SAV.'EO OAK K i 0.?J ?r':-W::- QUARTER c, i Pine-Tar-Honey l ii '.nfJBSa lJiXX' Ee.Sas . Zl ill I (.WsiXSKtCKl fWljrkl yjfMilifled, mi V hztmt OUDEH TO rU"tll014tll'I'Tone iiliip'raitonUKiwsmncUiccloseii I'JiifromfHht) to be urdutmlrr table iUM r drsi, 4' Tn ttith full lenjrth taLlo and bead In place for carTed. iaBeluJ. em I-.rrri, Utri IS 3D ilrtvum frw,atrkt drawer pulKmiil' mi I lira rtcd ciMi.f t t rerts ball ad lui table treadle. penrr4fl Sen Ttfc Iron t.. tiT. FUiest Urn Hlrh JrmhtMtl. mitire 1 Mirmotluii feed. ielf thrrnitlti Intf fhcttle, aurcmatlc bobbin winder, adjustable bearfnsra, patent , , .. V Mrs)I . t, . m ( ... .1 n.t . natanraaartlaU r t .f tu.i I I not nourish the I needs the emul-- 1 A Mountain Republican Whooping Things baby, she lip For Chcnault. sion. It will show.an effect j This is tho way tho Gun p ton corresat once both lipohmothcr pondent, "Supple Jack" loosens up his i shouting apparatus for Madison's Demand child. milk does 3 t i funded. . 55 O E3 a $oc r.d ttjx, all drusets. S SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemiits, New Ycrk. Ltl-"I- I" .Mil in HI O o Roofing, Guttering; and General to a pretty little affair, hem stitched and embroidered, and edged turn-dow- n his II. ft Ml (3 o r::rs 1 13 0 I I with lace. White tulle neckties,. covered ailhe ends with rows of narrow tulle ruch- ings are pretty and becoming. tin of : St.; Oo en O 03 O ct- Evelyn Cable 23523232 K38S 3332 8JK88g CORRESPONDENCE. ri val 05 - RICE STATIOX. Job "Work. iYRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI CURES ? DR. CALDWCLL'3 Ik IE . I. Frankfort Si Mmi 1 In Effect December 5, 183S DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 2 00 2 55 2$ 5 40 6 17 7 10 1 iYRUP PEPSlH1 'CURES CONSTIPATION. B DTI. CALDWELL'S II T"f"M LiU. inn if p.m. a.m. 6 20 7 09 5 45 S 30 10 23 11 20 Lve. Itichmond li " 8 50 Georgetown Lve. 7 00 Ar. 1'ranicroit Winchester Maysvllle .. Paris Ar. 4 p.m. 10 11 42 1 p.m 7 6 8 5 4 3 20 16 "7 30 10 28 40 Ask for tickets via Paris. J. IL NEWTON, X X X . F. Rock, FOR', j X X G. P. A. Ihipli :d Time of Trains Ohio Mm, 6 55 7 30 3 00 4 50 .. 9 15 ..11 58 .. 6 30 9 23 1 X 5W6, .c "ioTtvaio at Winchester, Ky. am am pm pin am am pm pm WEST ROUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited K. F. V EAST BOUND. Six of the best Fire Insurance Com : panies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. M-f-f J Lexington and Morehead Accom New York Limited V. V. V Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom . WaHhington Hxpreas Accommodation trains run daily except Sun- day. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates orslecpcrreservations K. HOOD, Agent L.&N.Ry., all on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. A. C. & O.Ry., Lexington. Ky. In the Prudcntal, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, UpStalrs. Je2-l- y For EASIER Till EVER M Privately I The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in add!tion to shortening the timo to Memphis and New Orleans, has madeit"Easier Than Ever" to reach nil points In Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vcstilmled "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 Pullman Tourist Car for California, Lve Louisville every Thursday 9 25pm .8 18am Arr Memphis Friday New Orleans Friday .. 7 45pm Arr Lve NewOrleans Friday .8 20pm Saturday 8 45am Arr Houston Arr San Antonio Saturday .4 45pm Elpaso Sunday Arr 3 45pm 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr Han Francisco Tuesday . I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, back of A. R. BurnSm's property. The house has seven rooms, good cistern, stable and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about 90x90 feet. The price will be reasonable for carh. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nov9-t- f Richmond, Ky. REGEMERO, COMPLETER Rtitorts Hut ii Tit Trie Uultr Roate to CiMortu. The Great Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to 3SXei3KrCII the territory mentioned will do well lo communicate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passen- Is now wllhln cnv reach or every Ainrrfrnn. 11 day treatment Is imsUlxcly guarantcol to cure ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. the piost ronipllcatcd cvso of Nerrooa Debility, or Wm. Alfobd ICnixoND, A. G. P. A., Wasting Dlertso. It acts powerfully and ialckly. A. H. IUNSOX, G P. A., Lonlsville, Ky. A New Jinn, Phfulrnlly IVrfrrl. I the rrsult y 111. dec20-lChicago, orihe use or IlIU; C.VEltO, Young men will re- REMEDY SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (IN KENTUCKY eahtjiound. Lv Louisville Ar Shelbyvillc Ar La'rencob'g. Ar Versailles. Ar Lexington WE3THODXU i 1 No. 5.' No. 3. 7.iam S.:tpm 7.4.".pm B.0am fUKpin 0.07pm No. 9.55am 19. 10am t 5.55pm lUCara Cl'pm No. 1. 8.50pm lO.US'pm 6.45pm 1033pm 7.30am 4pm 5.15am Lv Lexington Ar Versailles. 7.5bam 4.52pm 5.37am asoom 5115pm 5.55am BORDEAUX MEDIGALGO.ToX'-Ar La'rencob'g 0.12am C.05pm 6.32am Ar Sholbyvllle. For sale In Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Ar Loulnvllle ltt Warn 7.35pm 7.55am Druggists. Trains Nos. 1. 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observasept21-ltion Chair Cant between Louisville and y. IN':L No.4. gain tlielr lost manhood, and Old Jlen will recoTei tlielr yootliral vigor. It Invigorates and restores to foil llfeand vigor; all sufferers from Seminal Weak, nesscs. Irapotencr. Varicocele, Sperniattorhea, Nightly Emissions, Lost Brain and Muscular Power, Weak Memory. Wakefulness, Tvtl Dreams, Despondency. Lick of Confidence, and all effects of self, abuse, or fcxual excessand Indlarretiou. which unfits one Tor business, study or marrioce. ltEU EEItO goes at once lo the root ot tho Ulscase that Is why It tnres. It u tho greatest Nerve Tonlr lnlh world that Is why It gives Visor and Anion and restores the Fire of Youth. It Is a marvelous ItlnoJ ln,l. tho Piuh Clow mmn liark lo t'leraleclieeln. HECCXEKO. Can bo carrlcil Irn-c-- t lKxket. By mall $1.00 per box, ot six fcr 85.(M). We rheerrully refund the money svliere six boxes do not effect a cure. circulars ircc Auiiress ttio American Office of EASTBOUSU. WESTIloCNn. STATIONS. No. IX 3.3Uiim 7.40am Lv Ijoultvll Ar 5.55unt (.KainjAr IirnrbrgAr C.46pin latSBm ArllarodslgAr 7.00pm! laHamiAr Ilurglu. . Lvl IS. tNa67. STATIONS. 3.30pm 7.40aml,v Ixiulsvil Ar 5.arpm 9.09am 'Ar Shellivil Ar C17pm iai6amAr Verslles Ar 6.40pm IMOamiAr Midway Ar 7.IOi)mi 12.05pmiAr Oeorctn Lv EAST1IOUKU. KTATIOSS. INa l.lNa--5 7.40am 3.30pm Lv Loulsvil Ar 6.20pm Lv VerRlles Ar lastam ll.rtiaml 7.05pm Ar Nlchlvill Ar lL"6pm 8.05pm Ar Rlchmnd Lv Na Na' 12, Na 14., 7.35pm ia40am MOpm a 10am 4.2rpm; 7.20am 4.15pm! 7.10am WEHTllOU.ND. Wfiseler & Wilson Sewiog Machine. Na Na 16. ItNa CSL l.tpml Ar Irvlno 7.35pm 9.12am 6.05pm 7.50am 4.15pm 7.30am X38pm 7.00am! 3. 00pm WESTBOUND. tNa 6. tNa 2. 10.40am 7.35pm 7.50am 4.45pm 6.58am1 3.55pm 6.05am 3.00pm laiuam I. STATIOKS. Na 1. L30pm No. 3. 10.45am! 10.35pm Ar Lexington 7.00pm 7,45am Ar Knoxvflle Ar Asbovillo 5.10am 1.15pm Ar Savannah 5.10am Ar Jacksonville . . . 9.00am 5.55pm 6.4Sam Ar Cliattanooga . . ia30am 1.50am Ar Atlanta 1.00am 2 Spin Ar Macon 8.55am w.56pm Ar Jacksonville .. 6.10pm 6.55am I.v Chattunooza . ia05pm 11.30am Ar HIrmingham .. Ar Meridian 9.55pm Motion 8.30am 8.30am Ar New Orleans. Train No. Florida & Havana n Limiusl carries Thmugh Drawin? Room Sleeping car bctwen Louisville, Atlanta, liaoon and Jacksonville; connects at Lexington or Chattanor ga with Psilman Sleeping car for NewOrleans: Krce CbalrcanrbetwecnLou-isVill- e and L xineton; Observation Chair can between Lexington and Home; Cafe cars, elegant conches. Train No. 3 Carries Pullman Sleeping car Louisville, Cliatlonpojii and Binning, ham. alo Through Sleeping cars from Lexington to Jacksonville via Aslieville and Savannah; also via Chattanooga and Atlanta. No change. Free Chair car Lexington to Chattanooga, 'trough Sleeping cam Lexington to NewOrleans. IDaily except Sunday. A. Wlignow. 1.&T.A,, , S.T.SWirT,PAfl Louisville. Kv. I.exfnitJ! M J. M. CDI.P.T. r, Washington. II. Washfnw.n n For sale by Blue Grass W.A.TCEK.a.l.A.. VM.H.TA.TU3E.A.G.PA1 TrYd&felngloc, P.C. LouigrUle, Ky. Co., Jlicliiuond, Ky. 1 I.v IxjuLs-ill- 7.40am 7.45pm Rotary aid I'ull-jwx- Ball Bearings c Furniture Mr. Norman Taylor, of Kings Station, was at tho Station Saturday. His time is up, and death has called OVER $150,000.00 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS. Miss Addie Wagers, of Station Camp To take him from this mortal soil, OVER $60,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. 2nd Richmond, Ky. was here for a short timo Thursday. And boar him to the great beyond, And from this world's strife and toil; Miss Nora Elliott, of Panola, lias been y M M And as betakes his last long breath ' a guest of Miss Annie Kerby for some MS i LIVING BENEFITS PAID JIARCI, 1S99. His eyes stare out with mortal fear, time. j n n A. For on the wall he reads this sign: "Uncle" Matt Barnet. quite an old COFFIN TRUST LOCATED HERE. gentleman of 'this vicinity, Las been Special Rates to Louisville, During Month oi ' ADDENDA. sick for some time, bu&isnow, able to May '99 via The Southern Railway. beout. fr-Mr. ' I wonder if in days to come, OAddress. Address. Name. Cost. Paid. Name. Cost. I'm. I. Note dates on which you can go to Jack Taylor sold several hogs Louisville cheap:. When all the trusts are gathered home 165 'Kl 57 50 Stevenson, Chicago, III Sot CO . $15fl 00 A L Marshall, Lexington DrSH ,. 57 SB Grace E Clark, Chicago, 111 .... 2T25 . .. 78 00 A L Marshall, Lexington ll5 heads of tobacco iti Louisville this Spring3Ieeting New Louisville JockBy Satan in the lower sphere, 57 H). .. 165 00 A L Marshall, Lexington 165 in 50 A L Marshall, Lexington week. He disbelieves in trusts now ey Club; tickets on 57 50 .. 165 00 AL Marshall, Lexington. . 57 50 If they won't find on hades' gate. A L Marshall, Lexington .. Id, (" You toll j'our folks that when in need of any sale May 3 to 19, D B Jones, Lexington ... 56 50. .. 162 (Ki O R Marshall, Lexington . . . fso 1W 0" more than ever. In letters big and round and great, 49 50 .. Ht 00 W F White Estate, Lexington 165 0( Asher & Co., Lexington . good to return May 22. Rate one and 56 50. .. 162 00 . W 165 00 Lexington White Estate, Lexington 57 SO A L Marshall, Mr. Fan t Richardson is now one of FIRE TRUST LOCATED HERE. fare-fo- r d 50 50. .. 162 00 W F White Estate, Lexington.. On tho round-trip- . 57 58. 16.. C'i A L Marshall, Lelxington. line, not to stop until they get to the Old V F White Estate, Lexington .'7 50 .. 155 00 E Robertson, Lexington. - May 4, Derby Day, 'May 11, 1S2 tXl 56 50. WilIjAs M'Corsiick. tue nice btation boys, as he is cmClark Reliable House of D. B. SHACKELFORD V.' F Vhite Estate, Lexington. 57 60 . .. 165 00 REGULAR REDEMPTION. ployed at tho' Great Eastern. Hotel, ol Stakes, and May 20, Kentucky Oaks, W F White Estate, Lexington. 67 50. .. 165 00 & CO. They are now buying for NEW TOSS FASHIONS. W F White Estate, Lexington. 57 50. .. 165 00 M A Lancaster, Lexington 41 5 97 7 which Chas Rice is proprietor, only one faro for tho round-tri- p V White Estate. Lexington. 57 50. .. 165 00 W B tickets W 31 a, 26 60 .. Hammond, Louisville D n Good Estate, Lexington . S3 "0 . .. 153 00 J II Baker, Lexington 61 28 50 D B Good Estate, Lexington.... 5.1 SO . .. 153 00 G M Asher, Lexington Jaunty Spring jackets of lightest Hyram Blytho is burning, charcoal good two days to return. 31 50 . Til it W F White Estate, Lexington 67 50. .. 165 CO John Heintz, Louisville ; for Wngors and Rice. He has fire in May Musical Festival: Tickets on 95 0 . 40 59 blue serge, are trimmed with black TV F White Estate, Lcxingtoa 165 00 Delia Garner, Paris 57 no 95 (i 40 50 two largo pits, and is preparing three salo May S, 9 and 10, good to return 150 (0 52 50 . A P Taylor, Lexldgton, 92 41 30 50 Emma Hess, Louisville silk braid. 67 oO .. 165 00 A L Marshall, Lexington. more. Wagers and Rice have contract May 11. One fare round-trip- . South57 50 .. 165 00 A L Marshall, Lexington A fetching costumo is of blue net, $2.02i 25 5,665 Total 57 50 A L Marshall, Lexington. ... .. 165 CO ern Baptist Convention: Tickets on sale ProBtOvcr Cost ,.Ms.o polka-dotte- d with red, and made up ed for 18 car loads. 57 50. .. 165 00 A L Marshall, Lexington A very delightful supper and party May 8 to 12, inclusive, good to return over a red silk lining. For further information address The coolest kind of a dress for Sum- was given Miss Lucy Webber at the 15 days from date of salo. One faro Travelers' Protective As homo of Mr. and Mrs. Bruto Gutnm round-trip- . mer wear, is of Chinese or Japanese Saturday night, coiebrating Miss Web- sociation: Tickets on sale May 15 and silk. 10, good to roturu May 22. Oue fare Blue is essentially tho pet color of bers' nineteenth birthday. And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Lexington, Ky. ronnd-trip- . the season. It appears in every shade Messrs, Jonah, Wagers and W. L-Stock (for the Spring" trade), that ever came to Sv For ratos and further information. MRS. A..T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. ono over saw or imagined, from the Rico returned Thursday from CincinRichmond. They have had a life-tim- e 3ns- - ience in the hardware business and theyexper- Zv palest "baby" tint to an almost pur- nati, where they hae been for ten call on or address nearest Agent South think days purchasing spring goods for their ern Railway or Wm. H. Tayloo, Asst plish hue. they know the people's wants. They are pre-pare- d Gonl. Pass. Agent, Louisville, Ky. They The pineapple gauzes from the Phil- three stores in this county. to sell you anything in the hardware line i ippines are having a great .run. They bought a large stock. WUMSjn I2T TSOTJBLL. lor less money inau j'ou can get tne same goods slightly resemble organdies, and are Joe S. Gardner and Simp Wagers anj'where. Now Avhen you are not trading with' 'Jffi? AND BUY YOUIi The Approach of Motherhood is the made up over silk linings. visited .Honry aud Willis Hubbard S. & Co., just keep your hand on jour rabbit Occasion of Much. Ansiety to All. All the nainsook and sheer iliito Mondaynight, and had n big fishing Lvery woman dreads tho ordeal foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos. . frocks shown by Best& Co. for little spree, catching a nice lot of tlie "wafer through which sho must pass inbecom We pay the Highest and sell girls, are trimmed with much birds." - Nowthisnvas- indeed ing a mother. The nain and sufferine Between finger tucks appears of jolly old batchelors. They may do whicli is in store for her is a source of for the Lowest Prices on earth. constant anxiety, fear and dread, to much fine lace or embroidery. well enough witli a "hook and line, say nothing of the danger which the Persian patterns are great eel lore. but have never been able to catch tho coming incident entails, Tho Joyous They appear both in silk and cotton gal they call Caroline." anticipations with which sho looks forRICHMOND, KY. Cor. Main and Clteapside. weaves. ward to bnby's coming gives way to an indescribable dread of the ordeal when Main Richmond, Ky. The day of the Ascot tie ended someWUTSTOJSr., she fully realizes the critical and trying -. time ago; but it is predicted that it JI ctcui, nuiuii win soon nnnrcacn nnu looms up in the near future in conjuncR. M. Qnimijihas recovered from a have to be endured. ' ' Women should . hail with dellcrht n tion with a severely plain shirt waist, spell'ot-grip- . :... o remeay vnucn insures to tliem0 im beyond the gauzy neckwear affectaW. J. Woodsou, who was wanted munity from the nam. sufTerinrr and as tions of spend danger incidental to oixnrinrLrmnnnnnxmrLrinnrm ...SQ A serviceable shirt is of white moire at Estill circuit court, has been ducn a remedy is now offered, nnd a few days at Ford. women need not fear longer the hour of silk, cut plain to the foot flare.and with ing a ...ao Friend" is a Miss Eliza Witt, wife of School Su childbirth. simulation in white lace. an over-skiro 'M'-M- scientific liniment and if used before 9 Any sort of bodice may be worn with perintendent W. S. Witt, is fast rccov-erin- p. confinement, gently nnd surely prepares from a spell of fever. tho body for tho great requirements this. o 1899, our uary 1st, a Capt. J. II. Amerino has just rer and changes it is undergoing, insures French mothers. give a dash of color ue terms win safety to both mother and 098 to their babies' outfits. A blue ribbon turned from a visit in Rockcastle coun- takes her through the and child, comevent with ...eta ce girl lives. is tied around tho left arm if the child ty, whero his best o parative easo and comfort. This won- -GENT'S a LADIES' be a boy; and if a girl, pink is the Judge Tharp is talking of connect- derful remedy is praised bv everv woman who has used it. COLUMBIAN COLUMBIAN designating color. ing a wheat roller mill to his saw and ...aaO What woman is We havo attempted to run our business by colEvery woman realizes the import- grist mills, this is much needed in "Mother's Friend?" not interested in ft This wonderful 9 lecting; our accounts the first of eacli month, remedy has been tested end its price ance of a perfect corset; and the only Estill. a v.aes but have been unablo to collect tlium all less vaiue proven ny tho experience ot flawless one is that which is made S. K. Friend and son, Andy, died thousnnds of hnnnv mothers who ...sea promptly. Wo are thereforo compelled to soli e right in the first place. Then one can April 7 and 8, only ten hoursdifrbreiico havo tuctl it during thn most critical ..eS for CASH that we may pay cash fprourgorxls, rely upon its'keeping its shapo as long in death. The father died with grip period of woman's life tho nnnrnar-I- i FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. and will endeavor to niako it to tho interest of ...oa and culmination of motherhood. ' as it lasts. That is the reason why all and son vvith consumption, o It has won their cverlastinir nrnisn. the trade to do business with us. Wc havo u good dressers select the R. & G. A Sunday school was organized at for it gavo theni help nnd bono in a All we require is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. nice line of Staple aad Taney Groceries, The tall linen collar has given placo a Providence church to meet each Sun- their most trvintr hour and whfr.n We are the only factory In the United States selling direct to xider. oa QuconsTaro aril Glassware, &c. Give us a most needed . Every woman may some We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given. ( day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with T. J. day need "Mother's Friend." will, examine our stock and got prices. Tjie We give more options than the regular dealers. You can have your choice of a King, Supt... Joo Stivers, asst., J. W. little book, "Boforo Baby is Born," aJP"Goods exchanged for country produce hcighth of frame, or any gear desired. color, telling all about it, nnd when it shodld Turpiu, Sic, e bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, large JJ Our bo used, will prove of great interest and sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc. n benefit to nil expectant mothers, and Brave Men Fall. .. "WRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, will bo sent Victims to stomach, liver and kidney application tofreo to any address upon ..oa tho Bradticld Regulator "OP troubles as well as women, and all feel Company, Atlanta, Ga. ...0O a apr26-311 C CLEVELAND, OHIO. 5 tho results in loss of appetite, poisons SB O in tho blood, backache, nervousness, xoiiririJXfuuvuuTJUTJTJTr WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. headache and tired, listless, rundown .. feeling. But there's no n.ced io feel . like tb'at. Listen to J. W. .Gardner, m FBEIGHT Idavillo.Iud. tile soys: "ElectHcBit-tcr- s PREPAID. are just the thing for a man when '' JaaJZ For this ptyle he is all run ' down; and dohjf scare mew hlcli Sealed bids wjll be received by J. N. Cnlton whether he lives or dies. It did more no semnr )C me erecuoxror a lew church, When a younfr man asks a father for his KschinetvitB Water Works, on the Richmond Just bejond nnd Trvfnn daughter's hand in marriage, if the father to give me new strength and good apall nttneh-Kicnt- s turnpike, np to FrkHy, MtrJS. For further vraris a wise one, he thinks of one thing- - equal- petite .than anything IjCould lake I particulars can on uavla aenault, Sr., or J. ly as important as the younjr man's morals, raBted loyeara. If H. culton, this city. aprzc-i- a machine Hot satsocial and business standing and intelli- can now eat anything and have . a new isfactory in 30 days gence. A younj-- man who suffers from (ease on life.' 'OnlyifjQ cents. apPerry money will be rehas no right lo marry Until his" health funded. Send cash pfjHAMNUBIAN TEA cures' Dyspcpis restored. To do so isHo commit a crime &Thomas' Drug 13tore. Every.- bottle yrith order. Degia, Constipation and Indi-against the human race. While all diseases guaranteed,-- ' l scriptive circnlr gwtioa. Emulates the Liver. Price, 25 els. may not be directly inherited, the constitusent sa appllca- uon. & Thomas, successors to W. tional tendency to acquire them is inherWhon DON'S COMPLETE FILE CURE is pjarantood 8?3r HAS BEEN THERE HIMSELF. G. White. V'T ited. If a man is a consumptive, the WHAYNE IvC'K'Q CO., KY. to cute you. It is tho discovery of an eminent physician. chances are that his children will have LOUI8VK.LK. SCO FOURTH AYB.. weak, undersized lungs, and a predisposimch22-6No Knifs ! No inisrruptlan of Business ! It is notgnera!ly.known thafcjn old Eccord2:29!i, fourth beat in a race on a half tion to acquire the same disease. 50 YEARS' The young man who suffers from bron- Kentucky, whero the Southornjctaa is miletraci. Bired by the (Treat ElectionTlio first trcatmont Lrigi iraracdiato relief. It has EXPERIENCE chitis, weak lungs, spitting of blood or any supposed to obtain in all purity, there eer (the only horse with 167 In 2:30. I cured uiouand3, andwill euro you. disease of the which, if negI.KOALTKST'rtlatdam by "Don Victor." by lected leads up to consumption, may take is a school in which perfect equality of "Williamson's Belmont;" 2d dam Minnie, by MR. T. c3. WlLOO-v- , prominent mediant, politician Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery with the races rsKtaught;-bu- t huch Js the sonof HambletonlanlO; 3d dam Laura Keens, and chief of tho Chattcnocg:; I'lro Dcnar'.n sixt, si' : almost absolute assurance of recovery. It 10, all producing dams- by Ilambletonlan After vczrs of sulTerin- -. UON'S PII.P. MIVTMRMPuat m. Hisairc, Electioneer, stands ahead of any cures 98 per cent, of all cases when taken case, and tho fact is made more promiin time. It soothes aud heals the delicate nent; by a recent donation of $50,000 to horse, living or dead, both as a sire of extreme rrtirncndcu lo rr.c. The Uixi cf cis 1ks effected a permanent c-c- . nnd 2:30 performers, and lift son, and sensitive tissues of the I voluntarily give yan tlvs liatcmcnt, hoping it r'!l l r ! - n- - he and tho institution. "Wo refer to Berea Col- speed championtrotting Stallion, as a Chimes, is the sire ol lungs, checks the cough, facilitates expecttrade marks of bringing yoar wonacrful remedy - t!is r.ttt lKr. oC oiU'.;, .ul fast and consIttcntTaee horses, having to his Designs oration, drives out all impurities and dis- lege, in Madison county, which was credit seven with ovcrajro records of 2:10M. a fcr!ng with- piles." Copyrights tic. ease germs from the tainted blood and not even dls'Inctlon years ago by grcafOeorirowtlcli isor anyequaled sons. by tho founded soma forty-od- d AnTOnCRCndlnff a, rftrli nnrl An.triTyttnn mutr new and healthy tissues. WilVes of his Pries $!.00, Prepaid to any .Aires builds yu"-i- i uur tjfuuiuii irw Yfuciner an ihuuuuii ThO' public to am well acquainted with such noted llr John C. Born, of 4010 Liberty Ave.. Pitts- Rqy. John G. Fee and Uen. Cassius M. performers asla',tha Monk, Tho Abbot, Fantasy, Brahma ready at $1furuisU Thoroughbred Jirut InTeiitton in Drobablr nxfiAiitAh!i. (Vinmimirr.. Eggs for 15. Tho cockerel burgh, ra.. writes - ".Some thirty months ago I tint tionsBtrictjrconfl3er.tfat, Handboofcon Patents rampant abolitionists, under Tommy Britton, Jauje T. , etc., from year to I bought a few weeks ago arc from the pen hat saidlDTny wife. 1 dont want tqlceep anything Clay, 1'aiOQts toxen turaucn Sicrji ft Co. rccelTO from you, I must tell you I am in the last Uge many difficulties. It now has some 700 year the lcadlc K ktars of the truf. took f.rRt prlrc at New Albany and Louisville fecial notice, without cfa rjrc in U19 ol consumption ' In December 1S96 1 commenced CHAITAKCOGA, TENN. The get of this great horse also bold the Poultry Shows last 'jear. Can also furnish taking Dr. Thoroughbred Mammoth Tckin Dock: Egrt at Golden Medical Discovery. pupils, about equally devided between records for yearling, and I could then only speak in whispers. I have M for 12, Drake weighs 9 lbs., ducks lbs. trotters. taken thirteen bottles, and can say wHb truth J tho races, several States being ropre-sonteLeoal Test Is 13 hands hiirh, fine wciett.-wit- Geoff Morgan has a pen of scored Black Liiig-hanaely IllMtrnted weekly. TJtrtrcst dr-- f am great.ly bwfited. iFeopfe fit nrised to andho (lill sell a few settings of cgs-- at a perfect, disposition. He goes with a any sctomiftn nurnn. Ter.ns, t3 a .Soc.Ul equalUyJs taughkin jls r eta halhcaml my yafce has hear ne speak, shoe In front and behind, and.ia lor 13. Orders filled in order as received. month, . iot4byaU nensdenlers. not been as good in miarht years, jiy, stomach to a handsome horse. extremes fernj, apd-i- pratfse$"in the quiinsure i living colt. Will stand at JlSiW was never in better ccwitttou. Formerly I could 4Co,M'&-H- ew to York Harry S. Morgan, ot eat without snffieriacTtry mock ImmedUleir same "way, there being.no tlistinction Braada OfSoe, Ot r UWhlirio, 1J.C. after, bat now I caa eat aftythia(." " B. H. MSAIiE. loclilS t( v)'haterr infayor of tho white studente. apr5-2While Station, ijy. 18-osts-- ir ocratic candidate for Auditor: And there is tho gallant J. B. Chen-aul- t, of Madison, candidate for Democratic nomination for auditor. Of course every Democratic in Vv'olfo coun ty will support him, for Ike Combs says so. With such men as tho abovo named on our ticket, as strong a Re publican as I am, I would gladly vote for thorn, and would send my friends in the Sandy valley word to do likewise. Chenault is a man of ability, and would reflect credit orchis constituents. Ho is the poor man's friend, and tho wind harps of the lorest will ever sing his praise. Let everlasting ages roll. Hurrah for Chenault! Lot flowers bloom and palm trees wave. Hurrah for Chenault! Let this world die in earthquake struggle and bo buried amid a procession of planets and a dirge of spheres. Hurrah for Chenault! Suppee Jack. April 17. Jack, old sport, you area darling. As a whooper-u- p you take the cake. Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for cougjis, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS 1 CUARAMTEED tke IfctMl nn.irf, iant4larBi(e wmA Brimt BolaekM narh iMiitcBmeBticiaratoBou ana ear xrOe in ruction .UooK. ' ln-- t kind nf riru-- u howanrnne can ran it anrt doclthrr nlain or ftnv it UINDINa OUAHANTEE U sent with every na ltJ withthtWTotirftoTTteeierelliit An mi """" m it Si 6.50. PF.U.T.kit US imiVt Address, u. SEARS, ili.itl iars, Hebuck t Ca arc thnrouphlj reliable -- Kdltor utmii t ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, 111. TOl'R If at t (!m wllkbi Ure mmtU jtm ) aprS-6- Bottles Only. I AM 88 YEARS O LD.oud never used any remedy equal to Dr. Bell's It (rives quick and permanent relief In grlpas weU as coocbs and colds. Itmakrs weak Inmrs strong. Mrs. II. A. Metcalfe, Pcducah.Ky. 25c, SOc. and $1.00 Sizes TEE SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT E0 BE SURE YOU GET Dr. Bell's Pinc-Tar-Ksn- fy OF LEXINGTON, KY. PLAN, INSURANCE REVERSED. WE PAY WJIILK YOU LIVE. "OLD LINE" COMPANIES PAY WHEN YOU DIE. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. All Work Guaranteed. KEPAIRINCJ AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. E LANE, Street, IaZHICH DO VOU PR6FER? . 9 .SAY . Special, Redemption. " . . . l one-thir- . -- i . .... . . 1 A. SMITH BOWMAN, SECY., .8. Sell Your Hides Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. Thurman Grocery Co., anil-wor- k. 1UMJM uiui iiiiura,,Street, esaeaaaeaaees)aaeeaeeoBaeoeeeeooe i ... to-da- child-bearin- g. HIGHEST GRADE ..a BICYCLE $20.50 SPOT CASH!" "to ...0 . Best Bicycle Built COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., ..o ..a m 19. m, is, Sealed Bids. ltissftiaiftttiit...iiti...i..i.......A.. 'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaafaacaaasassaaacaaaaaM HIGGINS .. ELLIS, .... ,............. .............. ........ ...tr......................... "."a I,, th Why Suffer LEGAL TEST 16036. v l- - .- DON CHEffHCAL COMPANY, ld three-year-o- ld d. s, Scientific fltttericatt. i four-oun- s W aaWssfflliiAiiiilin BBeHBHBBJBfSaBBJBBKxSajaiM flfrttn 1 'iftrrrrt - jEsSk' AjJi-&&aL&tl - i