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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): May 10, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899051001_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): May 10, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. B THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. I 1 M VOLUME 25. x" , i 1; RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, , KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1899. NUMEEB 49. aAM,VJ, Tto the punctuation points. Six little murks from Bchool arc we, Very important, all n(?ree, Filled to ihu brim with mystery. Six little marks from sellout. One little mark is round and small, But when it Btauds the voice must fall. At the close of n sentence, all Place this little mark from school: i r iy For The Climax: "1 RELIGIOUS. Rev. Hen Helm, who is hero, tells us UtVA I BAKING mpmd BOVtL PAHWa POWOEII powder that ho held a thrco days' meeting at Berea In which there were 30 reclama tions and BanctiflcationB. Ho held n preyluus meeting there in March, the net results of both being about 00 saved. Stanford Journal. A Georgia Negro preacher thus ex patiated: ''Do mos' powerfules' parab- ble is dat 'bout ole King Potiphar en Queen Jezebel. Ole King Potiphar wuz gwinu crlong in his fo' hoss charit f'om Jericho tcr Jcrsalem for ter 'tend or festible gives olo King t'harioh at Jerusalem, when he pass Queen Jezebel walkln' in do dus' 'long do mad. She look at him en say, White man. lcmino ride,' eit ho tuck her up beliin' him. En do young man, lie rodeoinder a brnnchin' oak. en his lia'r got rop erouu' er liin', en de mule1 what waz under him went away. En dey got down, dey did, en blowed on er ram's hu'n, en de walls fell down. Eli de dogs cum en lick'd his sores; en de dov'ls got inter de hogs, en he hogs got inter do sea. En dev gather'd up uv do fragmints darof 12 bask its fall. Now, do question is, whose wife is she gwino b9 at de resumrectioti?" At the Methodist church, on Sunday morning, the lormer mucn beloved pastor, Rev. F. S. Pollitt, Presiding Elder, conducted the services. His sermon was a touching and beautiful discourse upon the blessedness ot Christian parentage and the virtue of friendship. The former was exemplified in the lives find Elizabeth, the parents of oi John, whom Christ pronounced the greatest of tho prophets. Friendship. has a lofty example in the devotion of tho followers of John when the latter was imprisoned on the bauks of the Dead Sea- ' DeK&K. The Leading Spsclsllsls of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cored, Our Goods AND Coinpel you to trade xtitih. us when you. give us a triiil. We Don't Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO.. HEW YOmC WECURESTRICTURE I I Equitbk .Life One little mark, with gownHolds tip the voice, and. never failing; Tells you not Ioiifr to pause when hailing 1 Ills little mark lroiu school: - A FUNERAL IN THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS. OK TUB UNITED STATUS. Two If out of breath you chance to meet little dots, both round and neat, l'ause.niid the&e tiny guardsmen creel I btood on a lofty mountain's crest GRIGSBY & HUNCEY, Tli ess little marks from school: When shorter paiiecs aro yourpleasure, One trail his sword takes half the "measuro. Then speeds you on to seek new treasure, This little mark from school: ; Solitary? yes! and no! For none was near, .And yet, as the ruddy light faded in tho west, 1 lelt myriad presences, and could hear Unnumbeied voices that made tho witli supernatural stir. Tlfo silliness and whiteness of a deep snow Enwrapped the roomy and silent spaces Of mountain slopo aud valley below. Birds and foxes were in hiding places Thousand of vounz and miJdlo-aecmany mcnarotroublcdniththisditcaso unconsciously. They may h.ivo a rmart- lDg sensation, small. Misting ii renin, (harp cattinc pains at times, slight discharge difficulty in commrncinR, weak orrans. emisxion. and all tho rrmntoms of nervous debility they baro K'i'lUC- TUUK. Hon' Wet doctors cipcrtincnton too. bv cuttin?. stretchier, or tcaricc you. 'I'hiswillnoteuroyou.aaitwiUre- d Want a Of your money unless get value received for it. For that reason weareahvays jad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else. u fag I .1 lf 1IIM11TII11 air,-Vibra- ut MEKT absorbs tho stricture tissue; hence removes thostricturo permanently. It can never return. No nain. no tnffer- inc. no dotcntion from business by onr method. iiiGsexuaiorgnnsaresircBgtn-eucd. Thn nerves are invigorated, and tho bliss of manhood returns. pi lass figs, m The ladies caainot be deceived" by catchy phrases, nor bombastic claims. All we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of paft, $ q m One little mark, ear shaped, implies General Agent Eastern Kentucky. 'Keep up the voice await replies;" To gather information tries WE CURE GLEET-Thousands of vounr and middlc-eccmen aro havine their sexual Aignr and vitality continually rapped by this dis--I ease. They aro frequently unconscious f tho riutii nf thesa pvmntom?. tiencrnl Weakness, Unnatural Discharger, ins Manhood, Ncrvounc?.. l'oor mem ory. Irritability, at times smarting sen sation, lire?, wiin uaric circles. Weak Bark. Ueneral Depression. Lack Varicocele, of Ambition, rnrt.. rlr. I1LEET and EiTllltJTUllH may bo tho enuro. Don't consult family doctors, as they havo no experience in these special disearcs don't allow Quacks to experiment on yon. Consult Specialists, who havo made a lifof tudr of Diseases of Men and Women. UurNKW MKT1IOU TKKATMENT will posi- lively euro you. Ono thousand dollars for a caso vro accept for treatment and THE BEST OP" THEM ALL It .LIPPINCOTT'S ) nONTHLYJAAQ AZINE j fni'iiim fi complete novel In every mim--l i tt'W,Mii ton Inrcc quantity of useful a .1 calcrtulnlrjs reading matter. .To rantlnnril forln, irhtrH nn to objectionable to moat reader V s'lunld be In every household. i This littlo mark from school: ? One little maik, with an exclamation. Presents itself to your observation, And leaves the voice at an elevation, This little mark from school: ! Six little marks! Be sure to Ireedus; Carefully study, writo aud read us; For you can never cease to nend up, Six little marks from school Julia M. Colton in St. Nicholas. 1 No living creature was astir no Footprints marred tho unblemished snow. Meinoiies, J'linked by many a hidden chain," Silently passed in review in the twilight Shadows. Sweet pleasures and throbbing pain d after-glow - 1 Engaged my thoughts as the coming night Brushed away the blood-ret From that wide expanse of untrodden snow. Presently, with crunching, tnuflled tread, . the "world, select the la- test goods, and up-to-da- when, you te A funeral train passes near, Hearing some On a belov-e- d dead , , With a bran now speech aud one out of the ordinary, beinc hij;hly dramatic. Mr Hon S. Van Meter, a Shelby county PROFESSIONAL CARDS. student, won the trold medal for the best declamation in the contest between ATrOIllTST3. the two Litorary Societies at C. U. last Friday night. Mr. Van Meter had W. MILLER. read Quo Vadis and liking the story of Attouney-at-Lathe Gladiator, which is scarcely less Kentucky. Richmond, thrilling than General Wallace's Hen Office in the Burnam Building, next door to Hur, he set quietly to work to memor feb3-l- y ar ner's National Hank. ize tho narrative. By culling out and piecing together he secured a declania-- l J tion which probably was never before rendered in public. And since it has I Attokn eVat-Labeen awarded first prize we shall not be I KENTUCKY. IillMIMOXI), surprised to hear Quo Vadi6' Gladiator resounding here aud hereabouts for .the Oili e over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Cntirt House, on Main Street. next five years by ambitions young ora tors. 'Hi wanted In every town, to 'whom the m.jst liberal Inducements will bo offered. T. B. UPPINCOTT COMPANY, Publishers, PHILADELPHIA. ... ", 83.00 jier year. Bub-i- f L.OCAL,. Mr. Van Meter Won. Indeed, there can be left to children no greater legacy tblan the memory of saintly parentage. On the contrary, the child that never knew the CTJSZD with vegetable influence of Godly parents is most un ItnmrdieH. Ha v cured many thousand enes Too little concern is given fortunate. culled horielcM. In ten to tho religious training of children. lays at least of all symptoms removt TEH al. Commission Some messenger of hope will come. Timothy, said, OS.Testimonials And SOUS. DATS trrntm'-n- free. Paul, in his Letters to Box K. Atlanta. Qa. H. H. GKEB'S There is a time somewlieu a place somewhere' Merchants.. 'From a babe, thou hast known the or no) (Be ho Holy Scriptures." The best work we do That will 60tno compensation bear ', in this world is the religious-trainin- g and For present desolation and woe. Cattle, given to children. Tho hard environ ments of tho early life of John were Yes, this picturo is poorly drawn, who are reared iu ob like many y But it lives in my mind aud heart scurity whero Nature yields not her plen Union Stock Yards, And often casts its solemn shadow on ty to the toil of man as in the more HOGG, - Cincinnati, O. My pathway in the city's crowded mart. favored places of earth. Under such Rare Mementos ol Tho War. Of Special In ATTORNEY AT LA 11'. conditions, early impressions for good E. A. G. teres! to Ladies. Kentucky, are deeply grounded in children, and Jin HMosn, 7346. A friend here has a letter from tho conduce to their mental, moral and .t . . i ii rt .iiui.o.c , f iT Discovercil by a Woman. cpiBcupm necior, aica. CSTAIl information regarding livo NEW YOUK FASHIONS. physical strength and influence. To tili. e Xo. 13 First St.. up stairs.' Versailles, wherein he expresses a will Consign Ptock cheerfully furnished. Another great discovery has been this same John, of lowly birth hut God ingness to sell a set of pure Mandarin sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. Satiu Shanghai silks aro a novelty of niado and that too, by a lady in this ly parents, fell the honor of making J. C. & D. M. OIIENAULT, china, which he lately received from this season. They arc soft, cool ana country. "Disease fastened its clutches (Jhri6t known to tho world, tho com ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fine ware lias a clinging. 'upon her and for seven years she with missioned servant of the Almighty Kentucky. Canton, China. This CALL Rkhmond, history that gives added value to it. There as a new blue which is a light stood its severest tests, but her vital or- His fame went to farthest Gnllilce, and ordered the china shado of army blue. Rev. Henslev gans were undermined and death seemed Simeon, Andrew, James and John re office on Second Btreet, over Chcn-- a through a naval officer who was sta All-ovPerMan patterns shovybover- - imminent. For three months she ceived his message, repented, were con ii 's grwory. tioned at Canton, China, just at the al shades of the same color. coughed incessantly and could not secrated by baptism and put on tho outbreak of tho Spanish War, and it In Oriental silk weaves-- , the" Hilvcr- - sleep. She finally discovered a way to armor of the Lord. But how touching PHYSICIANS. was stored in the Olympia, the flag- gray grounds with colored polka dots aro recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of tho meeting of John with Christ when SALOON PARLOR ship of Admiral Dewey's squadron just very effective. Dr. King s New Discovery for Consump- - He came to be baptised ! As he looked -- oo TO THE- -DUS GIBSON, & GIBSON, WHEN IN TOWN. scarves come in all tion, and was so much relieved on taking into the eyes of Jesus, John drew back as the 6hip were ordered to Manila. A PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, letter from the officer said the china the brightfpretty shades of pique with first dose, that she slept all night and and said, "I am not worthy to adminis- Kentucky. was stored in the ship below the. water long ends renching to the. belt. , with two bottles has been absolutely tor baptism to this holy man." Up to Coolest and most refreshing line, and that if the Olympia survived Overekirts, either as a simulation or cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' this time, John was the recipient of the i of drinks that can be found Ccilim building, t8 and so Sec- 12 W. Short St, Lexington, Ky. ice in Ihe Joe battle Mr. Hensley would recoive tho an actuality, aro undoubtedly in Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of world's greatest honor and praise, but Mrt, over wnue oju artiesiore. in the city are dispensed fine plate; if not it would have to go Colored hose in soli a colors or Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles freo.at see how gracefully he yields all to J. "W. 1IAST3ES, Proprietor. and accommo by lown. To possess a sot of china witli plaids, aro pushing black stockings Perry & Thomas Drugstore. Succes- - Christ: "Ho must henceforth increase, CIIAS. HOOKER, Ttpmlnr meals 25 cents. Lodeinir 25 cents. dating clerks. such a history, added to its intrinsic pretty close to the wall. convenient and centrally sorstoW. G. White. Kegular sizeCOc but I must decrease." This self abne Mostcity. Fine equipped bar in located hotel lu SURGEON, 1 ETERINARY connection. value, may be the desire of some lady A chaiming coat shown by Best & Co. and Sl.OO; every bottle guaranteed. 4 Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap, gation wiil thrill the thoughtful Chris the Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. " renders of tho Climax, who would like for a tiny maiden, is of white linn, fur that beautiful sentiment is a The funeral of Private Richard Clore, r n andWhlskey wlth-8to possess Filch a memento of Dewey's embroidery over a colored lining. Burmon in itself. Afterwards, when John cured at home Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. of the First Kentucky Volunteers, who "Ut lain Boot of nnr- - Phone 3. Second St. was in prison, his followers adhered to up stairs, over store recently accn- - naval victory at Manila. The set or in With this is worn a white bonnet with i' ttenlnrit sent r"HU, died at Mayaguez Auciist 29. 1898. ii bv itienmonu Harness io., cmi. aiau be purchased direct lrom weo pieces can Kilt OR. - M WOOLLtt C.. apr7-l- y him witli unswerving fidelity, their Ii.n'ond, Ky. RICHMOND, .. ulhce. lot North Trior St. his command in loving friendship and services lighting Grays prevail in dress goods, next to while serviug-wi- th Rev. Alex. Hensley. of Versailles, who way is a cousin of Mrr. C. D, blues. Soft, d costumes, lorto Lico. took place at Lauranrre the awful gloom of his solitary impris bv the If. C. JASPER, M. D Chenault, of this city. trimmed with darker shades of brown, with military honors, last Thursday on men t. After atime, thissama John, Medicine and Surgery. fMjfiiEir morning at 10 o'clock. d ( (dice are seen in great profusion. mind and body, Collins Buildine, MainStreet with STOCK AND FARM. (the Carr place) on Tullo and chiffon trimmings, large T. Vphone nt residence caught the contagion of his gloomy iioi ingersoil probably looks upon llroudway. bowfi of ribbon aud flowers in endless the purchase of an old English Bible suriounditigs, and doubts entered his KiriiMoxn, - - - - - Kentucky Farmers report tobacco plants doing profusion, are used upon hats. nouL "Go and find Jesus," said ho to for $8750 as money thrown.away. well. The usual crop will bo planted All. the appointments of Miiadi's the faithful friends who came to his W. EVANS, M D., Q table must be cut glass In lieu of silver this year. barred windows daily, "aud ask him, 'Art thou Jesus or shall we look for an A writer to the Breeders Gazette says Anyone wishing to make her present PHYSICIAN AND SUKQEON, other?' " They came to Jesus and all forage feed should bo cut before the of a honbouniere for holding Ditman's - - - Kentucky. 6eed forms. Is right at hand so is the Charcoal Tablets should helcct It, Richmond. asked, and He perceived that a crisis therefore, from tho crystal displays in religious life. Jesus had comu to John's Hudson & Co.'s largo warehouse in DR. T. J. TAYLOR, big stores. The Tablets may bo made no answer, but walked with them, Garrard county, on May 2, containing the Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, curing as he journeyed the blind, deal, of hemp, 600 barrels of procured at 2 Barclay street. Kentucky. 2 0.000 pounds There is a new material out for un Richmond. lumb, lepers, aud cheering the poor corn and much valuable machinery, people, who, like John, had lost hope. Origin derwear. It seems liko linen net. and burned with all its contents. 01Ilce and residence on Second Btreet. cooler in Summer and Presbyterian Assembly. Richmond, Virginia, telling thorn of the riches of His said to-b- e of tiro unknown. Insurance SlO.OvO, is warmer in Winter', and in every way Father's home. Then Jesus said "Go, May 1839. STJRQEE.T. which will not cover the loss. DENTAL 1 yo havo seen." more desirable than any- - othor fabric, " Queon & Crescent .Route and con- tell your master what for the purpose, which has over before necting Hues. One faro the round trip When they tell John of these wonden? Center-C- ut appeared.'" May IGth and 17th, Finest train ser- Ins heart i lifted, and ho thanks his vice in I ho (south. Tickets cood till devoted friends for their priceless ser Eton jacket is scalloped A uew-shnDENTIST, 3, round the bottom, and looks very neat .June for returning. Ask your ticket vices in his greatest extremity, and we op Louisville, Ky. NDisc agent particulars. -Evelyn Caule. aud pretty. . lancvtliat Jonn, line Simeon wueu ue next door to Government Ilulldlng, . w n-- i w itKiimHnd, Ky. omco nours to first saw nnd lifted the Christ-chil- d nol?-l- y LITERARY NOTES every article Our store is heavily stocked-wit- h (lloriims News his breast, said, "Now, Lord, let thy i Conies Jrom Dr. D. H. Cargilo, of Hardwire Store, such found in a first-clas- s die Iu peace." Mr. Pollitt has servant Four nice rooms for rent. BOOK NEWS FOB MAY. as Collars, Haines, Traces', Backhands, etc., lost none of that indescribable charm. Whashita, I. T. He writes: "Four mm "Uook .eVB" lor Way again cmpnaCall at Dental (Mice of Dr. HobNails, AVire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. WB doliirht to believe is the il bottles of Electric Hitters lias cured sizes its claim to bo theforemost literary iiiiiiiniLtiou from a Godly fire within, of scrofula, which had Mrs. Brewer " son, next door to postoffice. chronicle of our lime by presenting in and it was a genuino pleasure to be near : mm caused her groat suffering for years. 1 addition to its many department spe again to this splendidGod's Bervicewhose is a bun- weanon in rreatest Terrible sores would break out on her "Mr. Wm., Buckley, our experienced tin- - afSJ Your heart beats...over cne . r r. A cialties, all contributed by writers of 1'i.ntln life consecrated to His work. .1 )R. FRED SMITH. area1 inouaanu iiuio vw,.jj. head and face, and the best doctors uer, is consfciutlyv in demand for guttering, rgJs respective fields, One hundred thousand supplies of - eminence in their could give no lielp,huthcrcureiscom1ST. rooung ana repairing. your brain. den: good or bad blood to some features of striking interest which pleto and her health is excellent." We will not be OClce, over Collin' Orocery. same office Which is it? attest its alterncss. Thus "Book News' lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. Janll-lThis bIiows what thousands have was among If bad, impure blood, then your Undersold tho first publications to proved, that Electric Bitters is tho recognize the merit of "David Harum," brain acnes, iou arc imuwcu VPt C3 ntlQ t SlCCD. best blood purifier known. It's the and tills 'J iviui month it presents the only H. Dr. You are as tired in the morning Uupremo remedy lor eczemn, letter, large portrait of You have no nerve the deceased author, Has Been Greatly BcnClltCd by as at night. salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running Edward Noyes power. Your food does you but which has sores. It stimulates liver, kidnoysand ever been printed, together with a re-- 1 little good. No. n w,Ht Klnth street. Cincinnati. Ohio, bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion production will be at the Hotel Zimmcr. nichmond, Ky., on Stimulants, tonics, headache! of of his autograph the only Congressman I). Meelilsna Dr. Ohio, writes Ilsrtnian. powders, cannot cure you; but the follunliis letter to builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. one ever published and a sketch of his WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1899, Sold by Perry & Thomas. Druggist, career. Auother feature of the May Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus. O. 4 Guaranteed. returning every aecond Wednesday o. each I Deah Sir: I have used several bot Boole News" which will attract un ui roonui. neierence every puyaicwnieno-ij- ivuu- r. and feel greatly bene- mond, liy. usual attention among literary folks is tles of PANOLA. autograph Onoto dted thereby. I have been afflicted letter from the Watunua, the gifted joung authorei-F- , KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. & hurrying to gef his. Eyory farmer half English and half Japanche, who 1 B. L15. CUE. Viuii'il, Inwgten, Ky. corn piamcu. now a rosideut of Chicngo. and who ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND Chas. Crpwr'sou dHtv. JasT Crow tells with peculiar charm of Individ COLLEGES. was hapYfzctl Sumfay evenfngjby Bev! uality the story of her life ami of her JKa ESTABLISHED J.OU o. Tuition for Literary and Bible Course110,000 'year. More than twenty teacher. J. 'r. Tu'n'ien lhmetlioils bf literary work. One of the srymnasium. inmisamm 01 uvvs.i. ..j.-Social and moral welfare of students receive Colutubtts Fox. wife aiid ilaugljtcr most striking poo ma Inspired by there- snecial attention. Ooen to both Bexcs. rpr ly27-tareslowly rtcovering fYoni ofTects of cent was that by Grance Duflie Roylan, catalogues address tho President. poiin tlrank.'in bujitcrmilk. How it eutitled "Uosanna nnd Huzzah." The " full test of this exalted production ap . came tilery isfiijjmyfitery. Jack Cfirri .gr.tndson of Wm'. Carr, pears in tlie present numiier. It lias Heattstoaes, Statuary and Foreign idonnasents, of thteplaecrwho served a term in tho been estimated tlift morn than thirty thn liver. Ttldnevs. Marble aifi Granite. 4th Kentucky Voluutecrs, recenily of nuw books drop from English nnd clrin mnA hnivlc hsrform their U. S. Ucgulnrs, died at Cohunbus American presses every dny in the proper worK. it removes an imthe year. It Is the province of "Book SHORT LINE TO purities from' the blood. And It Barntcks, Ohio, Saturday night. makes the blood rich In its Hon. D. Meeeisos. News" to keep track of them ail lo properties. glvo you frankly, fairly and promptly with catarrh ot tho head and feel en-SPECIAL HATES TO RICHMOND, MKT, VIA ' that continued To Ifa4oat CHESAPEAKE & OrilO flY. i clear idea of all tint merit your at couraged to hellovo fully eradicate a will S&&mvory sort of information which use of tentionthe disease of thirty years' standing. Best Line to You vill bft more rapidly cured On account of the Presbyterian Gen every reader constantly requires and ours sincerely, vr'1 take a laxative dose of if you ARKANSAS, TEXAS, TlmKn who ai'o fonloiiii.lutlntr olivine MnrMu. Grnnlte, or any kiml of which ho could not poesibly gather for D. MEEKISON. nrh nJnhtl TheV eral Assembly 10 and 17. tho 0 & O By l.rn'c fitul T( lo their inlfrest to cull nt tho old stain! In the rent f Cenu-terWork, .lint,..!. lm iil.imld Iiic !... MEXICO tacslugcisb liver and tbus' faro arouse will sell round trio tickets at ono . ... ... ... . xna coaunucn rvvciui. ui. tuuuii.- - of thf M. E. Clmrcli on IrVlne Btreet, where they" Avill tiutl constantly on liautl mi., : -I u cure Dtuousness. w..B ....Ur...af(Jp Dr nartnlan.a for ilie round trip good returning un wuo.oi.ie iu Ub AND CALIFORNIA. alanre stoek of fliiihed work to so.lcvt from, at prices ti suit all classes of sleeping car tipn "Book Aewa" o.n ploys a corps oj t catarrh remedy, prove itaTaluo liuvers. WW Jin. W. O.i uuiJHJil, one i ura.uisi wurhuie.i in wiiihsi til June 3d. write Sleeplne Car leaves LouisPullman Tourist ; We litve tho exclusive services pf .inn mis iiieitiirt Mnnsuiiui v wnr is in ville every Thursday night and runs throuch berths or nuy information to George oxperU to gather for him anil Bince it j i,0yond question. Men of prominence KpntiieKr. nliHso.cnartro oi C'ur sorao of tliotnoat enlnent phyilctsns In Tartics living at a distance should wrllo to us for designs, , uioaarrancifOJ. likewise giv-- s book prices, it, may sl- - everywhere are reeogaizlng the raerit of In ose.rr the Unltal Hutcs. Write fceely ftU the . ... W Uarnov, D. P. A. Lexington, ky. ask your iicset nircnv jur iimi,ui.? wi Butlculars In vour .. and are willig to give expees- - which will bo fun.Tslied olxiipllcauon. lv save the book buyer the many limes toll II. Fowler. Tnurelluc Passenger Agent, iuui " Louisville, Ky. YOUR PATKOJTAGE SOttCITED.-- ll Thieves'stole the silver Communion t'ue fifty cents a year (.five cant a C4v) Iskm to toeir judgment bewwteneertahi. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to 1 pUk ...i.i.r. .t. vumo. iviiiti nitifwwaiici, abfeolKto enre for ewarrii is T..i.n Memphis and New Orleans. . Wtiltll service froVa" Ghmtlaa church Mil gooU. All wu i vci i ana 1 A. 11. HANSEN, lliikMlclpiiFa so Nfr York. Hoplis"TiU. A.Q,F,X., 3lvlltt. Q. P. A., Chico rudely constructed bier, (A pole that supported by a rope Tho casket and body of a cliild) And the bearers slowly gropo Their way in single file Down tho dark'ing mountain side. A single mourner walked beside the bier., "With one treniDling hand ho. tried To steady it with tho other brushed a tear From Ins weary, hardened face. When his child is under the sod, In this wild and desolate place, mercy of God Will even the Shine with one glimmering ray Into tho darkness of his home? Surely his is a hard, lonely way. fc. J . m CURES GUARANTEED We treat and rnre: EMISSION'S. VAUTCOCEI.E. SYPHILIS, m.KET. STIUCTUKR. ISIPOTKXCY. SECHET JMIAINS. I'MHA I I'KAb lllSi;ilAHU-ES- . buy you know you have the latest, goods. Is that what you want? If sq, trade with Bed-roo- m Suites.e. In Bird's-Eye TREATMENT. KIPNEYand r.LAlrEKDis. HOOKS FR.EE. FREE If unabls to call, write for 11 LANK OlIESTTON for HOME CONSULTATION Maple, Mahoga- ny-, Golden and Antique Oak.... Kennedys Kergan U3 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O ml mi. iv Gibson DROPSY x W,H,H iuslial&CD, Sbp, Telephone I 1 31-3- 0 Beantiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. Extension and Center Tables. '0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. Parlor Cabinet Book Cases. 'Hat Racks, Etc., Etc. There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond. My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette, Roxberry aud Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled. A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy, just received from the city'. Clothes Hampers, Scrap and Work Baskets, Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our business. you are a lover of beauty it will paj' you to If call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &e. We also make a specialty of i framing pictures. pi AT-T-M- n er 1 Our line is full and complete, and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalraer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. Four-in-han- English Kitchen, NEVILLE MOBERLEY, SVNIGHT PHONE it up-to-da- te Successor to J. S. Collins. 23.SZ "all-over- 'l'J forget-me-not- s. H- Kl fawn-colore- A BOON TO MANKIND! pniu-racke- irrBniraffiiiairlrrsr DRTABU 03 C O pHsHOJ-n4r a H I 5 s -- Queen & Crescent -- ROUTE 17-3- 0, Vulcan Chilfed Plow, And Bell A Harrows. si jams-i- A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 7G cemts; Bottles, so cento. JAMES F. BALLARD, Sols Proprietor, - - pis. 310 HonlMaln Sirest, ST. LOUIS, M3 For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. j SEND Cat IsMI! ' A.r-t.A- -- y Meekison of Ohio Pc-ru-n- a. Louis Landman Wet-tcott- , Taylor Bros. m4 to wKk l.UU, ul oUlieul jn UU MOT ltl U. taritarKO icas qitX3 riuuou ouuu, jirri.tc o. n..wkjnti Ifott cn eianilne It at yonrnearett rrelnlit .tamlaiilon. rojrraeiitcd. eqaltooruu mat iU U TouOntllt jcuerer saw pay 11H.0. rrtnllat T5.U0 t cietlr Uieirreattst value more inoncv, end far better taaa orsanj adtertfwd brottiers at thofrtlzht agent r aprUt UO Joj.' alter price, $31. 5, lrtheet-00,orlo.J- . andtrclshteliarRes. 531.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYSTMCE - T. r, prica eurj. untie lit 1 i. u.m M...K nt. air.. m a . THE ACMC OUEN taoneal tai.iDLmi.t4Ciii3rr.rrs,?T .auhi-lrmiu tnr iud,. From the lllualratl..n shown, wlilrh -ean mm sonic looaoi iu njraTfd Uinet rrtmt a aullia' aprearance. Matle rrttua a:i Qnartrr .awed A. antliue nnl.U,nndumel.T i:rtnraiocuuuri.ain't.ie i, Till. ArUK'JCKXI Is leet Incho. hlrh. .u..!. mcii mn?. S3 tnrhes vide and welirhs 150 ponntf. Coa- fo.lowji Cufiw", rrlaf.j. t Crtaitaa, C.vi C.fl.r T"Wa, 1. J ucto'cs, 11 lakU.a. IrlMU. OrUie l'a aal if. DUsa.a fan- Onria Tax lla.aa 3 OnaMlrala'trr.. .a 4 Data I I Or... 1 S.t K(H O.l. .1 tl Fara Sirrt taaa Inaubr, art BU, ISallow n ItamrtflrVini'ialCtlKlaltaraa, 1S4 at rtt v Mama ISi,uallMi 1 Sfl af St r.rl. II JLJi Sina.kJIoairriaclaai Kcra.a TltnACiir. Ol"CU ar-Uco.nl-to- f thecclebraW-lS.all HaWwhlv1! arenul e .H-- l Casalan aaa Vaa llaaiaaa, al. o biat Ild,-- frIU. SS" ' SPfj; ' ' tZT. tl us QME DOLLAR r. ISiSt Hi.t.lr. et., v. .Jfr&.'-i- z . lalheri.ele,hi;os:theliatriibbcrcloUi.S-plIs turnlhed artth loslt lnelt ACME irJUK-plate Krencn mirror, nlekal plKl idal traa . .aJ- n. aiiderxraodmlmproTnent. r liYvi r.h fra, ptSJt'StJvv&a iV.&aSSS'jBV-SlnsB"fiKfifejy'S TjtVl'TV "J ' Si 73(.Jf I- c' i GUARANTEED 25 YEABS. l.a! a wrttten blndlns Khleli termi and eondlUona of Pe-ru-- (ruaiantte, bytlie If any part Klvaa ou; palIt It orrkanrt. Try mwi inonm ana rit will rrfnnn v mr man.r lr too are nolDerracMy a(iMpL tm of orcant will tie wH nl t XI. H. XSMSZfZ re AI-iaSbfi&.JKr- w:..! l.. . (v. :rsrvr.T.Tf.SPr.'ir r r 1 r . i :'M Y v -- Nl-i Wt fi'sS5i2SiJifi W ' t - N . vvt.--ci- .- - X - Madison Monumeatal Works T. HAMILTON. Aerican OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED not dea.ll with ua aaa jrmr oelfrhber about ns. write th. M.K1I.1... nf lf.1. n.n.pn.M.tjpniinlltanM.Mnii.1 Bank, or Corn Eicluoge Sat. Bank, Chlcaroi or Carman Eirhanire Hank, he Tories crarrraH'oad r Wa Hi. aaaalial al err ttoo.mm.oe, ocmpy antlra ono or the Uixe-- t lH,alne eompanTlnChtcaKO. - rmcw, alt wi r.u.onsx!isTtIS.iwaa4aChcairo, and employ nearly teas pept In our aan IxilMinir. n. pi'iio aa apt alao verythlnB In moslral Instrananu at toweat whUaal price.. AVrlUi for f rr rvrc at 4 Saara, Baabaak aa.Ur.) Ca. ara QimiUl r.Uakl aniran.'raltnatrnmontrataloffne- - Addrtsa, " 7l rifr. ihi-- i SSAHS, ROEBUCK. A CO. (inc.), miion. uttpumejind wa.nan sis.. umuAUV, . tf m JAMES PjioiRiEa:oi?. IIUS CIW! New Orleans rrrnf'M n Tibs, aii I amaifa Florida? Havana 1 wmmm hie-givi- 1'e-ru-- FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. l l.!i-..-fi- n m SJMA " ir c. Pe-rR-- n, 1 Solid trains, finest lr. the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally via theQueen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key Yest, Havana, Santiago, and San. Juan. Lrw rate round trip tickets. Tho Train Service is peru.i fect In detail. Fast schedules, 34 hours to Jackson najaaarAs V ville, 54 hours "itMiiiaiiiirii Cincinnati to Havana. TWCTV.K. T W.C.Fbts:s ' -- -.. aiSa-TirtTI- Jjaw-01'- ' "-- onoinnati. -- er ur.uui.. m o if lr(fit iNi-M-- JKMES T. HKTIILTON. i Proprietor. .. ; siliHBtK a51 The Richmond Climax. a B. WOODS, Atsoclatc Editor. 1899- - WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, - - rnnLisnr.u zvkby wkdnksdat bt Go. The Climax Printing nucE rosn year, $1.50. labeled "Judge Tarvin's Speech," was Judge Tarvin's speech, though, to be sure, tho first fifteen min utes of it was in the nature of an intro ductory, which wo regret we could not also have printed, together with the very ablo remarks of Hon. W. B. Smith. "We did not have tho time to print everything, but unlike tho Regis ter, we did tho next best thing, printed Judge Tarvin's speech justaa It was sent to us. at our request, in order to give us time to put it in type iiiMAX, Mat S. Cohon and Hugh McEIwainc recital Of Mrs. Lillio Logan-Keaii- 's at Winchster, the Democrat's gifted left Friday for New York City with 22 saddle and harness head of hlgji-clas- a critic has this to say: Thursday night, in the spacious din horses which they were to sell yester ing hall of the Kees House, was given day at thoAmerican Horse Exchange the annual artists' recital under the auspiceof the Winchester Musical under the. supervision of M. W. D. Club. It was an evening of song, and Grand. Mat says'thfs consignment Is the artist was Mrs. Lillio Logan-Kcacomposed of as much action, step, and of Richmond, pupil of Foley, of Cin finish as any lot bo over handled, and swelling has cinnati nnd Powers, of .New York. cored me completely and the entirely dlsnppeard. A lady In Michigan I'roin Iter urst number, the dramatic if thoy don't bring their value it will saw my preylous testimonial and used aria of Saint-Saen- s, through the French, surprise him. Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left we brought from our cured ot the same Marshall. Glass Marshall, one Hood's and was entirelyme lor recommena-In- c bpanish, uerman and .bnghsh Bongs, to trouble. She thansea as long as they last. Our Store that we will sell your, own of the benefactors of Central Univcrsi It." Mrs. Akka Sctheelasd, 406 Lovel the Hose ol the program, the inir singtv, is dead at the ago of 90 years. Ho Street, Kalamazoo, Mich. er unfolded to a delighted audience the new goods are of the was born and died near Bethel Church Poor Health -- "nad poor health tor versatility ot her rich musical nature in Fayette county, and was a, true years, pains in shoulders, back and hips. Hor voice has gained in compn.ss and friend of every good work. with constant ncaciaaie, nerTousnesa uiu brilliance without losing the .soulful Hood's Sarsaparllla, Taylor. Richard Taylor, aged GO no appetite. Usedcan work hard all day; quality which makes her singing of gained strength and years, and who had been blind lor in eat heartily and sleep well. I took it be- luiiaoys something ever to bo rememyears, died near Red House on Sun cause it helped my husband." Mrs. bered. With a rare gift of interpreta And at prices thatwill surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buy until you Madison Circuit tion, she forgots her audience and is C D. Chcnanlt. Adm'r. with llic willl Court. day and was buried in the Richmond Elizabeth J. Girrxts, Moose Lake, .Minn. rrtvA c to sell you more goods and better We have seen or Wm R. Green, dec'tl.. - Pltf. I Notice LrO cemetery, services being performed by Makes Weak Strong-"- 1 "onId c!v2 heart to heart with tho composer, xo; Acainst !o! Sale. to Richmond. quality for the money than ever you got before. Our 55 a bottle for Hood's Sarsaparllla it i tably was this true in the song Mona, Rev. Mwards. of the Baptist church, Ac, - - - Dfts.J It was the first speecn 1 over pre of which deceased had been a member, conld not cet it lor less, it is me oesi which stirred the deepest emotions of James It. Oreen,or a ludgmcnt of the Madison Inimrsnance FOR COUNTY CLEUK. spring medicine, it mases me wea sirong. the iieart witli its wails of sadness and Circuit Court, rendered In tbe above styled acpared, excepting the ono delivered by tion, at its April Trrnf. 18M, the undersized, abandonment of grief. Burns. Felix A. Burns, son of the Albert A. Jaokow, DouglastdWn, N. Y. We are authorlted to announce A. me at tho Dollar Dinner in New York T will DOTY for Count Clerk, sucject to the xn the Spanish seronaue, Mrs. Kcan as Adruiinistrator with theon annexed ot Win. Anril. and I made every effort to late W. Tom Burns, died at his home action of the Democratic looked the Senorita, and sang with the B. Green, deceased, will, adhere to the speech as prepared, and on Wilson Avenue Tuesday, May 2d, after an illness from consumption. He nassion and romance of Andalusia. lid adhere to it. was about twenty nine years ol ace. One Spring Morning, by Kevin, was deSincerely, ,ni u III KHIHIlliltd IT WAS JUDGE TARVIN'S SPEECH ! and was employed by the A. KelTar liriously given, and the rich Voice of Thursday 1899, Jas. P. Tarvin, an Distillinir Co. Two sisters. Misses nood'a Fills cure liver : the the singer was brilliant with the glad And so, had R. Lee been sincerely Elsie and Allecn. and ono brother. only cithajtlc to takn with llood'i BarnparllU. notes ot the lark. Last Friday's Register says, editor anxious to have the speech verbatim, survive him, for whom much sympathy The uradle bong ol uenneo was one At 10 o'clocV, premises, ially: of the goms of the evening,, and the Richmond anda. m., on the Turnpike on the full of the finest piece 'goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to et literatim, "et purictuatim, he could is felt. JL'uneral services were con Roail, Lancaster audience was moved bv the deep ten about one mile southwest fit Richmond, offer Tim Climax nrinted Wednesday have gotten it from the two stenog ducted at the house "Wednesday after GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see measure and sonnl reminiscences and reading some derness which breathed through it. noon, iiurial at iiattle Urove. Uyn- for sale, at public auction, to the higest bidder, Judce Tarvin's what purported to tracts ot land owned and letters of distinguished ancestors. He us and save money at hero Monday, but no raphers, who inform us they will yet tbiana Democrat. cnoooh (Inlirf-rnThe singer wan most happy in her twoGreen during his lifetime occupied by W. R. and allotted to Deceased was a nephew of Mrs. T. H, sirucka note of Expansion and Fed - last number, "A Summer Night," by and occupied by his widow as dower nntil her more Tarvin's tlinn George Washing bo glad to supply it to him, if he will complieral Interference in Inter-Stat- e death. Cine tract lies and fronts on the east everybody knows the rather consent to "perpetrate" it on his Demo Hart, of this city. Goring Thomas. ton's and such as tho Chlcatro Railway and adjoins the program, moved side of the Lancaster Turnpike mo norm of HisConutry couldn't make a speech cratic readers. ciien Harris. Miss Nannie Harris Riot of '9o. Only once or twice aid his byAt tho close ol tho tho audience, she tanas oi Airs,on the uioson on south, andana x. d. Through the Associated the insistence of conif east and C. Bronston In defending Democracy from ene daughter of the late Major Robert Har addresslie take an impassioned turn, sang 'I he Last Rose of Summer, and tains about Press tho Register uot the same speech shook his snowy locks and clothed it with new interest nnd beau, when iu .manuscript form that the Climax mies and traitors from without, the ris and aunt of Messrs. Robert Harris raised his silvery tones until the audi iisp.i1. hut findiuir it different in text will always defend itself from Crooke and O. C. Crooko, of this city, enco responded with generous ap iy. Mrs. ivean is a line pianist as well as wfmm wlint Jubrro Tarvin actually Climax died at her homo near Kingston last plause. The address was well received Tbe Oldest Clothier and Furnisher dnnfcn. it refused to nernetrate such an detractors from withiiror withont,even nnd a cul Thursday, in her 6Sth year. Burial and probably but for tho severalpost- - singer,bhe will musician ot creneral con go to Pans soon to in Richmond ture. imposition upon its readersand"killed" though in so doing we are compelled In a square. Upon this tract is And lies almost ponoments anu tne distance to me tinue her vocal studies. situated the residence and improvements The the item. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer to give a spanking to our former co- on Saturday in Richmond Cemetery. University, a much larger crowd would tract and fronts on the west Mrs. Jason Walker, with her queen other of theof land lies Turnpike and contains may3-Gand Louisville 1'ost, got cauglit just worker, R. Lee Davis. Main St , Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. C.E.W. side Lancaster Adams. Near Doylesvill, on Wed nave oeen present. ly presence and distinguished ability abont thirty-fiv- e likn nnr 'stoemcd contemporary, which (35) acres, and adjoins the . G. Adams, age Co, died after ncsday lanns oi Airs. wm. xrvine on tne norm ana tne as an accompanist, never appeared can console itself with tho thought The Ladies' Fair is a Go. lands cf Adam Green on the southwest. Each The Register better advantage. that such things sometimes happen in PantaeruDh. "nerpetratiuc" twice the a short illness. A wife and two of tht two tracts will be offered in two parcels as The program is omitted for want of and then as a whole, and the best bid offered in the best regulated nowspapor pthces. much about the Republican convention. daughters, Mrs. Nannie Thompson and Tho Ladies' of the Boonesboro Chap 2 ter D. A. R. have effectually organized tnis way lor eacn tract win be accepted ana all sonnds very high and to the exclusion of Judge larvin's Mrs. Pendleton Tracy, nnd the follow a fair association wholly composed of snace. reported. That TK RMS. This land will be sold upon a credit What One Man Saw In One Day. miffhtv. and exhibits wonderful "ana- - speech entirely. It was a nico mess of ing brothers and sister, survive: Rev tho members of the local chapter, the ot six and twelve (6 and 12) months, in equal n a a payments, with interest from day of sale. PurCD not to say dampbuleishncss. lisn lor democratic readers out tnars P. F. Adams, A. W. Adams, Strother board ol directors to bo chosen irom gosity," Prof. G. 3 what journalists call enterprise. bonds with the ladies of the county. Theso are to who arrivedB. Sears, of Albany, Mo chasers will be required to executeundersigned, G. Adams, of Waco, Claiborne Adams here Saturday week, told approved security, payable to the The ltom is entirelv unique coming - of the scheme nnd push take charge(lis rather remarkable experience as Administrator of the will annexed of Wm R. us from its source. Whenevor K. Lee Green, deceased, and bearing interest from The Democratic subscribers of tho of Athens, Fayette county, and Mrs, it to a success,which is already assured, en of On one nnd day of sale, with lien retained, havim; tbe force Davis shrinks from "nerpetratinrr an Register who wanted to read Judge tVmanda Cable Bronston, Illinois, and The fair is to last two davs, will occur the route to Richmond. tho C, aS CO same day, Saturday he saw ana enect oi a jungraent. possession will lie 2o S3 ci -1 imposition" upon his readers, then, in Tarvin's speech were given instead a Mrs. S Parrish, of this city. Burial at at the fair grounds, and will embrace the following notablo places: The eiven on October 1. 1ES9. and the purchaser will 03 3 k two-pac every possible attraction of a fair, sucli 3 account of the Or. 0. 1. meet College Hill on Thursday. birth place of Wm. Jennings Bryan, at have the right to seed before possession is deod, has the millenium dawned. 5 as the following: l rotting races on Salem. III.; first house ever erected in given. hit" here last C5 If you want Demo orjf journal with 1,435 cratic news, week. is the time to sub c As a In all the new ricli dark track: saddle rings: fancy turn out old Indiana Territory, nt Viiicennes C. D. Chenault, now s baby show; handsomest young lady individual subscribers, tho Climax scribe for tho Climax. colorings, special designs. Adm'r. with the place where President Wm. Henry Green, deceased.the will annexed of Wm. It. maylfMw finest bird dog; best bird shot; a pub Harrison was oSP- -r J feels constrained to take notice of th s born; the house in which lic marriage, tno prize being a com y o A 3 a fi detraction, because, Ten thousand 'dollars reward for President Benjamin Harrison was above Darrcd Plymouth Rock. plete wedding outfit for the couple; ng born, near read S c O North Bend; if what Davis says be true then, indeed tho name of the Democrat who Twenty years a breeder of this ono ricultural exhibits; complete domestic where Wm. Henry Harrison the house e 2 e report of the tho Register's rn i-afterward 2 is the Cllmax n hypocrite and has Republican convention. variety, stock better than ever before. department; art exhibit; exhibit relics lived; tho tomb of Wm Henry Harri way worthy of Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New etc., etc., etc. gulled its patrons in u 5 Every premium is to bo bought in sou; tho demonstration in Cincinnati to Assignee Globe tho ridicule, not to say contempt. But TiiEr.n was a Democratic landslide ork. Jiggs '16M. 1" setting, fci. H 3v Madison county, and only Madison over Irom reception of tho Spanish can Wm. A. Eubank Co., I'lff. against Notice ot On up in price to the fino Pressed F. Arruckle, Bldg. fc Loan Mrs. o Sale CP op non the Oquendo battleship; and iienjamin rieia, etc. , - - ueitsi In Equity. thing. It in Baltimore last week when the Demo tbe Climax did no such Papers. No use to waste your a county entries are eligible. Catalogues m8-3CSV tinany passed witnin one mile elected every nominee, except two Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. valuable) time looking nt small will soon be Issuou. printed Judgo Tarvin's speech exactly crats By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Boonesboro, the first settlement councilmen, by 0,000 majority. More Water.' the Circuit Court, rendered as it came from Judge Tarvin's pen sample books of old stylo job Kentucky. All these places are on tho AprilMadison tiiereor, iktj, in tne above at the Mr. Field Breaks His Leg. Term styled Tho people of North and Fifth streets Hue of railroad over which Prof. Sears cause, me unuersignea will, on papers. Wo have a number of and had tho Register had the time to Two naires for Wood, the Republi A lamentable befell Mr. came from Missouri. do so it would undoubtedly have "per can, but not one men lor larvin, tno aro greatly annoyed because tho public Ezekiel Field on accident experienced Paper Hangers. Wednesday night or JNot the least notable spectacle was SATURDAY. fflAY-20,1599- , potratod the imposition" on its readers. Democrat. That's the waj the Regis water trough on the corner is out of re rather early Thursday morning, where tho tornado that devastated Missouri ter "kills" Democrats. pair. The proper parties should re- uy may oe a cripple lor iiie H, indeed Thursday April 27. Prof. Sears, from too. Rut tho Register did not care to Ws Gh&rge lo Mors 11 o'clock, pair this trough and sco that this por ho is permitted to survive the shock hisijschool at Albany saw ttio ominous Aboutoftbe hour of House door, a. m., at the keep its printers up all night to set u in He was on an errand of kindness when storm cloud cross the sky above his front the CourtKentucky, proceedRichmond, Madison county, to expose tion of the town has the water it is en the accident happened, having been the speech, although it had half of it in to puDlic sale, to tne highest bidder, the follow county. Gentry, and later traverse ing described property, viz: titled to. Wo hope this "mention will awakened at midnight to issue marriage again, inflicting comparatively tvnc when press hour arrived. So small - Lots Nos. It and 2S in block No. S. In the Dil for hanging than those who cnt up license to . J. Rogers and Miss Rich damages there. But at Kirksville lingham Addition to the city ot Richmond, Davis' fertile brain evolves a scheme. Mr. T. J. Smith was in Cincinnati be sufficient. and otherwise destroy your paper. nrdson, and was guiding them to tho Mo., and at Newton and elsewhere Kentucky. Also four shares of stock in the which is to discredit the Climax and this week. Called Meeting. home of Judge Turpin to perform tho hundreds of lives were lost, thousands Globo Building and Loan Co., belonging to Field. and thereby excuse itself for not perMiss Julia Higgins is at home from A call meeting by tho president to re ceremony. When near the ireigh were injured, and countless homes Benjaminthe sum Or a sufficient quantity to New-Windo- w produce of $277.01, the amount of formine its duty to the Democracy, of Danville. organize College Hill Cemetery will be depot of the K. C.R.R. Mr. Field destroyed. He pronounces this the money so ordered to be made, and tht costs hereof. which it "purports" to bo a champion Miss Florence Myers lias returned held at uoiiegaiiiii, May ai.at 2o clock stepped into tho pit of the turn table. worst calamity of its naturo that ever TERMS. Salo will be 8 p. m . to elect a new set of officers and distance of Ave feet, breaking his leg, visited Missouri, excepting the St months The purchaser made on a credit ofto will be required and which we sincerely hope it is from btanloru. s, crushing his hip and bruising bis body Louis cyclone about four vears ago, adopt a new Constitution and give bond, with good security, for the payment "So it the item. Well, well Dr. Lusk. of Beren. has returned All persons owning lots arcjexpecteu to all over. At the age of 64 years, Mr. ine lorce ana In order to obtain a partial idea of oi uio purcnase money, to nave legal interest of a Mounted on Spring Rollers, fixwell 11! And tho woodcock wont a fish home much improved in health. be present, tboso not present must Field lias sustained such injuries as tho devastation wrought we append effectthe dayJudgment, bearing reserved upon from of sale, with a lien tures complete, ready to hang, iug for more suckers. It is positively Miss Helen Bennett is at home from abide by what those do that are pres cause liis friends to be very apprehen tins oxtract irom a telegraphic report said property until all tbe purchase money is paia. b. ti. 6tuiT, 1 . r. Adams, I resident. ent. sive about ins ultimate recovery. from 10c on up in price. . humorous, this disrtovory we hav a visit to friends In Cincinnati. ot tno storm's havoc at .Kirksville: Master Commissioner M. U. C. Ezekiel Field is the father of Mrs P. S. Decoration, May 30. Mr. R, mayl0-2- v "Marcus Ward's YoungLadies' Semi made, that Davis will not impose Mrs. Mattie Jackson is in Danville IV. Miller will be invited to deliver John F. White, and is a highly respect- - nary was a couple of hnndred yards east nup address. upon his readers. Why, bless to attend tho Christensen-Mnrr- s "fako" may3-3- t. eu citizen, whose menus are numer !,!, storm s ous and who will learn of his sad mis oi tno to it was path, a hotelA building his short memory, he has the most tials. closo demolished. score of haps witii profound regret. He had guests 6tood upon the porticos and in Startling Case ol Color Blindness. thrilling; history of escapes from death Misses Delia and Edna Fisher, of been engaged in the office of the county the dining-room- s K9 IT, BUS STREET. of the Still House, A gentleman from Valley View in on account of 'Takes" of any nowspa Laredo, Texas, are tho guests of Mrs. some half a mile west of tho storm's path Mr. John r. White, 1$. Hogg. forms us that n Richmond printing clerk. nnd was noted for his lor up the Rich 11. per man that over came tinie, uniformly RICHMOND, KY. saw Mrs. J. Baldwin attended the burial ollice has a traveling solicitor who Kind ana obliging manner in the dis and town,it sweep maiesticaliv throucl roond pike. And yet. whon it came to Wall Paper, Window Shadei. Paints, Oils, torrified at the manifestation the grandmother .in Cincinnati represents to tho public that his is the charge of Ids duties. of her lass, etc., stock tho largest, prices always a matter of printing a speech of one of Saturday. of ruin and death it was wreaking, only office in the county that does the lowest. Roofs blew ahead of the blast iik printing. As tho agent the foremost Democrats of the nation Mr. L. Bright has returned from color-wor- k Big Day For Richmond. L leaves, seemingly far in front of the re who honored us with his presence, or Wasluncton and JNcw York, alter a not acquainted with the printing busi May mil win bo a gala day in voiving snout ol ciun cloud etull.and SEND (IS ONE DOLLAR SStfftMlSiS ness, not knowing a Nonpareil thin report of tho Re pleasant visit. , 1090 mUri printing a n Richmond, the occasion be'ng tho Dis full hnndred yards in the sky. Now UI3IUVOIK CU1L 1SU HOOD space from a double English asterisk. coot fcTOTK, tij freight CO.tr. inbjert to numlnitlon. Meeting of the Knights of Pvthias, and then a great branching tree would publican railroad convention, in which Mrs. Marcaret Rowland White and he is to excused lor his ignorance. trict your freight Democrats had naturally very little daughte.-- s caino up last week to visit The truth is all printing oliices in th when about 150 Ivnights will assemble toss up iu the arms of the blast high denot and If here. We undoretand that a numborV1 over tho city and spin- on ahead like found perfect-I- t U. ., Uuba, i'orto Kico anil the riuhp interest, he chose the latter, and on relatives here. Sinneit udutlt factory pines uo color work, comedo it worse of tho business houses wilLdecorate wheat straw out of a thrashing machine, Uit predict Friday lie "perpetrated" upon his Messrs. G. B. Tumey, Joo Giunchic- - than others, though. If you want the for the occasion. The program is as Teople are found on every side who Mots DRIVING mix fUK. too e fssMRjjj Coy nnd Louis Schlegel are best send to the Climax. follows: liaui. N. B. tell of seeing human forms sweeping Democratic readers a complete Ter nw or heard 2 p. m., Drill, in full uniform, b skyward as birds, and from tho list of fishing in Rockcastle. account of the liin'Ciii.iOAN conventio Jodges from Lexington, Paris, Win missing among Last Side families the IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, of.par tbe High Compliment to Mr. Cohen. Rev. S. V. M. Logan, of Middlesboro, hold bore tho very day after Judge tHUIrar anu I'oru. lou men story Eecnis credible." guest of his father, Rev. Dr. J was the ricuL In the yoar 1895 Mat Cohen, of this Chester, aianioru Tarvin spoke. That's where we sniilo V. Logan, on Sunday. in line. and yon can also say extreme- rsiiK, city, won the prize at the St. LSuis Prayer Rev. Wm. Ross Lloyd. $13.00 nnd other Domocrats are asking "what' ly comfortable, when you are less tue 11.00 VALLEY VIEW Mr. Jacob Schroingle, of Cincinnati, Fair for the Best Rider, scoring 24 out ron ocn mo free Address of Welcome Mayor Claudo the matter with the Rcgistoi?" ent with or- MB write STOVE gnest of Mrs. R. , Mitchell of a possible 2G points, nnd beating his bmith. wns the driving in one of our easy wd freUht 00charm. This etoTe CATALOGUE. n lr nr til The article in the last and family last week. William Montgomery visted friend Response Knight and handsome Buggies and large flues, nearr coTers. hearj Is slzeKu8.0Tenls ISJ4ililUtoplJiiX3; mads from best pttflron. extra nearestcompotitorGpoints. Last week Music by vocalists.J.Talbot Jackson at MU Lebanon last week. lining and grates, Mr. R. Leo Davis was summoned to Mr. Cohen received a message from OTen door, handsome Phastons. Our stock of fine lanre ofen shelf, heary Rev. IL H. Mills will Breach at Svl Address Sir Knight R. Leo Bow ornamentations and trimmings, extra Covington a a witness in the U. S. SUatfUa eeroUla llaei restrMlr. band deep, Col' J. A. Maxwell, of St. Louis, ask, mau, D. D., of Versailles. Subject van M. E. Church South llexf Sunday. carriages is unsurpassed for large large genuine base. Best esalrarBkSftand Court in the House case. ornamented tome making ft perwe ing him to come to New Orleans to "rnoaniiiience ot rytnianism on th Luther Sanders and wife, of Mt. Leb beauty, style, durability and fectfurnish FEKI an ertra wood grate, SC1IUITUa with wm4 kener. HI ISSII A BISDISS Dr. L. U. Landman, the Cincinnati Uonie.Jfc . anon, aro visiting the latters parents CTery store and guarantee safe delWery to your railride in tho $1,000 ring, Napoleon, the optician, will be at the Zimracr Hotel Bonediction Rev. J. K. Smith. staUon. Tour locaMealtr woald general superiority, and we roadsuch a stoTr. the freight Is onlycharge yoa 13.00 .Mr. anu Airs. wm. Taylor. about 11X0 for for great saddler for which John T Among tiie prominent Knights who on Wodnesday, May 10. Address. Mr. II. C. Elliott, who has been gone are selling them at prices that eacbA00mUes.MweunreaatlesUSlO.OO. CHOCO, ILL Hughes received $1,750 last year. Mat have signified their intention ol being BEARS, ROEBUCK&CO.flHCJ Miss Mary Coyle, a gifted elocution lor some time, returned home Satur will surprise you, quality con Ce. are teemckiT rellsale. ZBUcy (tears, KeeVat present Lexington, Ky. ist, will repiesent Richmond on June telegraphed his regrets as ho was to Green; are: urauii uiianceilor, A. U day. Brigadier General Stanley apr5-Csidered. John Donelson. 1G at a contest at Stanford. leavo for New York on Friday with Travis Dunn nnd Harry Spurlock left Milward, and Col. Shely. d of saddle horses. Mrs. Kupcr Hood nnd baby aro bark The drill and public address will bo Thursday lor a lew days stay with from Covington and have joined Mr. especially interesting. Of Dr. 's friends in Ohio. REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINK WATCHES All Work Gaaranteed. Gun Club Organized. Hood at Mrs. M. M. Miller's. address we are assured that it is Mrs. Susan Maguiro nnd Mrs. Kittio A SPECIALTY. , organized an oratorical and intellectual gem'. A Kanatzar visited the family of The Richmond Gun Club Mrs. N. S. Price, mother of tho beau better conception of the tiful Miss Evolyn Price that was, was baturdav with J. x. tsmitn, Jr., t'resi i'ythianism will beofgained nobilitythis Burrus at Athens last week. from Harvey E. L. Haden went to Lexington last the guest a6t week of .Miss Mary Logan. dent, R. E. Turley, Chenalt, Field Marshal. V. H. Hobson. address. Parents may hear it with Friday on business. Mrs. A. H. Severance, nee Misa Flor-- T. T. Covington, R. W. Miller Finance profit and pleasure. Mrs. G. A. Roy and Mrs. A. F. Bry- ne iieath, is growing stronger now Committee. A grandstand will be son were in Lexington Saturday shopol Confederates. The Great since her removal to Henaersonville, erected on Mr. G. B. Turiey's premises' ping. rj. u. and an initiation fee of $2.50 charged is now on The Confederate Jack Crutchfield and familv.Pinoville. to members, who alone will he entitled Mrs. T. Chenault Richmond is ou never saw tiie uaine ap daughter. Nannie, are Willis and little to take part in tho sport. Tho club as at Charleston, S. C, andveterans from are stopping at the A. JJ. Uoosey' visiting Mrs. F. Well represented. The Hotel. composed of some of plied to China before? W. Miller at Jboxington, and Dr. R. A. organized is and will furnish sport our Central and .Eastern Kentucky met nt G. A. Roy left for Cincinnati Mon Richmond, Ky. 2nd crack shots for Lexington and went south oil a special Willis' family. day on business connected with the lovers of that diversion. Now is the train Monday night. They wero In "Well, there is no appella Drs. H. R. & W. M. Gibson will atcharge of Dr. J. M. Poynt, of Rich- Southern Lumber Co.'s interest. tion in our language that tend the Stato Medical Association, time to join. M K. W. Miller and 11. U. Rico were mond. Brigadier General commanding Crowd of school children, including n which can so completely describe month convenes the 10, 17 and 18 of this appointed a committee, to iiave the the fourth .Brigade. Uen. Poyntz teachers from Lexington spent last Satin Louisville, Ky Ulub incorporated. will be iu command of the Kentucky urday at tliis place rusticating on the its winning qualities river amidst the Misses Belle McDowell nnd Sallie division, having been appointed to that banks of Milo Shanks' Luck Grows. nonor by uen. John Jioyd, who is com- vornal coverings ot the overhanging w nen vou nave seen our Shackelford aro at homo from a delightCool Don't ful house party given by Mr. Wallace That the Goddess of Fortune is smil mander of tho division, but who is un cliffs with their picturesque scenery. line of China you wl Woodbury, atMiddlesboio: General Last Thursday night thieves effected ing on Mr. Milo bhanks, proprietor of able to nttond the Poyntz selected the following staff: an entrance to the uwening ot i'ost- - 2R Rev. Edward John Baird, O. U. '05. the Pantagraph, is uvidenced by his agree with us that it A Washington, James B. Clay, Colonel and Chief of m aster G. M. Lyons ''went through" is in charge of n splendid church at continued successes in position M lucrative in the Staff, Lexington; James R. Rogers, his pant pockets, got 75 cents in money, the most enchanting co blenviho, Maryland, lie was gradua- whore lie has aPrinting Ofllco. Last Adjutant Geneial nnd Major, Paris; olitained the keys to his store and post-oillWe have just received a number of Refrigted from Princeton Seminary in '97 Government lection oi medium priced and has had a successful career in the week ho wns elected "Chairman of the Bennett II. Young, Colonel and Judgo which thoy entered and played erators, Ice Boxes, "Water Coolers, White Chapel" in tho Job Printing Depart- Advocate General, Louisville; Gcorgo havoc with the money drawer to "tho goods you ever saw, ministry. Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, ment, which carries with it an increase B. Taylor, Major and Quarter Master postoillce and counter cash drawer Sirs. Jill ho Jxigan-Kean- 's recital nt of salary and larger honors and respon Goueral, Nicholasvilie; Chares F. Kce- - getting in all about $235. The burglars Winchester was a grand success, and sibilities, in winning the iiouor at the 800, Major and uommissary ucneral, were out for cash only, and expected it the friends of that estimable lady will hands of his colleagues, thus attesting Alt. Sterling; Charles Mann, Major and on demaud, as they did not take read with interest tho critique from his popularity and skill, Mr. Shanks Sugeon General, Nicholasvilie; Alex that carao their way in tho tho Winchester Democrat, which is gives to Richmond another printer who Trlbble, Major and Inspector General, shape of valuables for they did not reprinted in another column nas held tins omce, tne other being Mr. Danville Junction; N. B. Deatherage, take a gold watch, which wns hanging Richmond. and All kinds of FishAt $7.50 Beautiful Reclining Chair, re Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller wili re- John L. Alverson, who was for several Maior Anne Mary Taylor, of Nicholas- - in the postofllce. Tho robbers also vears entered tho residence of Pr. Northcutt y from Estill, where they Office. in the Government Printing Miss was turn movahlo cushion. ing Tackle; Hxoks to vine, appointed sponsor, and Miss tho samo night while the doctor was nave been several davs. m. I'ovntz, uicnmond, was ap absent, but was Ecared away '.by Mrs. Fancy Golden Oak Window Miss Melia iisnintr lorwill accompany Kathleen Atf4.50 catch Hamilton Fish That Are Fish. pointed maiu ot nonor. Northcutt,who shottwlco at the fleeing thorn to this city, where she will be the Seat. Monday's Courier-Journfrom a Sun Perch to contained which she found in "iou've hearn tell" ol fish that your good pictures of Dr. Poyntz and his her room on awakening. Thero is no guest of Miss Mary Gentry for several At $5 00 Beautiful line Tnrlor Tables. ur.clo or your grand-da- d "cotch afore days. a Channel Mud Cat. daughter, Miss Kathleen. clew to the perpetrators of the deed de wah" that would At $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 line ol Leather The Climax bad an enjoyable call to tote 'em home." take two "niggers no stone will be left unturned to but Did we ever, say anyWell, the Climax from Rev. Moss, pastor of the Kirks has on its sporting staff a man wiio He Didn't Come Near That Farm Problem. bring the guilty parties to justice. Seat Rockers. thing to you about ville Christam church. Besides pos- booked 33 JA.Y Ell Ess. At 75c, $L00 and $1.25 lino of Dining sessing a fine education, pleasing ad 35 pounds, fish in 34 minutes, weighing Hon. W. J. Davidson, Stato Super and "that's no lie, nuther." intendent of Schools, attended the Rethe dress, and considerable experience, he Deafness Cannot be Cured Chairs. was Mr. a. u. Miller, who went to publican Convention here last week, is an orator of stato reputation. We it Irvine to rest a bit. and fish two bits. we learn for tho first time by Thurs .by local applications as thoy cannot wish him abundant success in his anu tho net result has been 50 pounds so day's Pantagraph. but he didn't call reach the disease portion in the ear. chosen work. of red horse. 30 pounds of black bass. ou the Climax nnd learn more nlout Thero is only one way to cure deafness, Messrs. James W. Smith nnd D. 40 cats, and 24 water dogs, besides those silly arithmetic questions which and that is bv constitutional remedies Bates Shackelford left on Sunday morn stumps and snags by tho cord. He is his .Hoard sent out to the common DenfiM'ffl is caused by an inflammation to lug in a bugcy for Clay county. The coming home car, day with his catch in schools of Kentucky. His failure lo of, .tho mucous lining of tho ICu6tuchiau hog and will html at tho drop iu deprived us of the opportunity Tubo. When this iute is iufhincd you CTT TTTI3 AB rido was a long cno hut they are accus a tpecial & 1$. R N. I. 0Tu6 stailo the He 'at tomed lo long journeys overland, Mr. citizens generally 2:40.send toinvitesdepot of showing him lotters from the fol hitvo' n rumbling sound or hupcrfteU ea,as4lfTallie to the wttalatM Kate Mease, wo wl seae sea tbhTttr Cal BT VIUUUiT C O. ft. lowing eminent mathematicians up luanng, anil wuen it is entirely closed, Smith once rode from Denver to AI their wheelbarrows and get as much CSJKTM Iil.no, eu eaa sesitii It si nw fni(M eepel u lr feu holding our contention in tno matter Dcnfness is the result, ami unless the buuuernue, New Mexico, before break fish Call and see us. Well, Ave will see yoti, later. niircn.T SATiss ACTostT. UAcr&T as utraMtksn. wciL to ticcmis as they can carry home. wax Kariu.ATtwa.ee) te Yale University, Chicago University, iiilhnntnatlon can be taken ont and this m fJMWfST MMAIN TB'J EYIS SAW, fast. It is only 133 miles! TklcarTur- wy the frebjM affeai OlMt SPECIAL PRICE S38. 90," Northwestern University, Central tnbo restored to its normal condition. l ley and i'raoi uarr went along, so it '' no rmgai eaargee, less toeu.se sect tnia oracr. Col. Breckinridge Speaks. University, besides several Professors, hearing wili be destroyed forever; nine muet De very .nearly bo. WE MAKE THIS TOP BUCSY"; CoL W. O. P. Breckinridge addressed Statisticians, atid students, who unani- eBS.es out or ten are caused by Catarrh, S'SoSlhS the law clafs of Central University on mously declare that his problem is wlilch is nothing but.an inflamed conaUt. that Sarj.es, as Ulaatrated, or Brewster Side Bar. sVawla, Friday night, and the spacious chapel 'Jndetoriniiiato " Some of them did dition of surfaces. High Grade aorowad Mss arran'c Faeeut. Task Mouses, IhtUy stabbejr)lee.rlty Maett, ran KM andhaeic curtains, rilsiliis.niuiii.il was seated with an appreciative audi- not disguise their real meaning, and Wo will give One Hundred Hollars . Body Mac. O'eiarlt srcea wwat w aor UMM ladies The used such words as "non.scnsical," for nny caso of Denfness (caused by Issertsa, bieie asisaWeieeb sly sfilb m Bsaa's taatser Rev. L. L. Kyle, of Mt. Lebanon, ence of was tho and gentlemen. which and "silly," while the most rSsh. subject "Constitution," eminent, catarrh). that cannot bo cured by HallV jK yjfm piss, easpe Main (Richmond, Ky. Ky., will preek at Viaey Fork on the the speaker said waft" too dry a topic for perhaps, of them ull, said 5 vlllltrtuM MrtflM. ' MAIN AND BROADWAY, acsm that tho Catarrh Cure. S,end for circulars; free--J- ? rejsj cue) atane aajau. ta 4th fcSunaaym My, at 11 o'clock, . 1 Cuehey & Co., Toledo, O. a, popular speech, but nevertheless he 'Geometry of 'Common 6en:j' " tells J. Lexington. Ky. A proiraetal.SMtiac i M wmIm nmkmd it intertathi la Htiwn thci that the problem, is indeterminate. (inc.). WiltswjAa lleke Sold by Druggists, 75c I every wuny tiifht, t i $Mt f$d CfefjafluB I Um kwyf s, by iatr)4wny a few t kaa be nw two mouths alce family Pilk are the tort, lat s AVIIAT JUDGE TABVIN SAYS. My Dear Sir Your letter of May 5th, inclosing clipping from tho Rich mond lleeister 01 Aiav am, is received FOB RAILKOAI) COMMISSIONKH, 3d. DIST. In answer to your letter, I will nay that COL A- W. HAMILTON, the speech printed in the Richmond Cmmax of May 3, was delivered by me OF JIT. STERLING. at Richmond on May 1, that is to sav. every thought nnd every idea contained in the printed speecn was BpoKen oy ANNOUNCEMENT me, in my speech. Tho speech as FOE AUDITOR. nrinted- - in the Ci.vax was prepared TV nntnrfrAH in nntionncfl JOHN D by mo, an'oV was intended to give the h CHBNAULT, of Madison county, a candidate subsUmco of what I expected to say lor the office ot State Auditor, subject to the and did say. but of course was not in- action 01 the Democratic state uonvenuon. tended to give word for word all that I It was not intended expected FOU BBFBB8BNTATIVE. to be memorized ah tuni was eani n . nnrhnrltml til SnnOlltirC M. IT.WILL W. me in. that speech, in addition to IAMS a candldiSotorthe Legislature, subject to bv that which was printed in the Climax the action 01 tbe Democratic party. w rn mithKrirfl tn announce W. VV was in elaboration of, and consistent COMBS a candidate to succeed himself inthe with, that which was so printed. I had next general assembly of the State of Ken- the manUFcrint of the speech with me. tuckysubject to the will of the Democratic and read it over on the train as I went party. KAVA-NAUO- II DEMOCRATIC TICKET' Clarence E. Woodi, Etq., Richmond, Xg: Church, conducted by Rev. "Vm. Ross Lloyd. Rev. "W. O. Showmakcr, of George town, has been called to tho Southern Presbyterian Church at Shelby vllle. , : lie is an oiu V. u. uoy. Wise people are also rich Mr. James M. Cornelisou, of this rlnp.R. wns sprit hv tho Preshvterv of Oregan as a missionary to the tJmatilio when tfiey know a perfect Indians. He was graduated in Uo remedy for all annoying dis- - ' from Central University, spent two years in DanvilleTheological Seminary, eases the blood, kidneys, and lately was graduated from the San is liver and bowels. Anselmo bemmary, California. which. Rev. Sanford Locan. of Middlesboro, Hood's Sarsaparillk, preached at the Presbyterian Church perfect fa its action. on Sunday mornine -from .tho text, "Be .1 1 i 1 j Iioi ueceivcu. uou js noi iuiivkuu, lor so regulates the entire sys-- . whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap." Mr. Logan preaches tern as- - to :bring vigorous with an earnestness that completely never disappoints. masters his hearers, his consecration to health. the Lord s work being emphasized by CCltre-"F- or 42 years I had goltreor every word and gesture His address swellings cn my neck, which was diswas highly spiritual ana made a good couraging and troublesome, ltheumatlsm impression. Hood's Barsaparllla also annoyed me. "Better Be Wise Than Rich." Prof. !C. threatened to expose our bad grammar. Lumber dealers of Tjouisville, Ky., inand worse typography and to demon-- ! vite correspondence with Mill men strate the .correctness of his position Who have lumber for sale. Thoy buy on thaUfarin problem, but he hasyet Poplar nnd Hardwoods in mixed cars, tol break" tho silence that enveloped Dry or Green. Write them. him after our invitation to "Layr-on- , MeDuuT Had Mr. Davidson's presA Place to go. apr5-Gi- n W.Bell, of Harrpdsburgi r Henry Koehler It Cawif any, xf It ence been known to us he would have been given incontestible evidence of the righteousness of our charge, that thero existed in his department n specier,of .incompetence, or carejess: ness, or uuiu,; inai reiieciti uu cieuu whatever upon his official career.' -- CLOTHiN G STORE For luscious bananas, ripe apples, water, fresh cakes, cold ico cream-sod- a nice candies, tobacco and cigars, go to A.DInelle, next door to old Post Uftico. Restaurant open day and night. aprl'J-oA Good g m. W It Mrs. Kean's. Recital at Winchester a.Criat Success. ; Consignment. -- Having removed from First Street to large house oa Main. Street, next to J. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever toin slov the newest and finest line of It n, DEATHS Furnishing Goods at price Clothing, Hois and LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES, First LAND SALE! m CUSTOM 4 111 s i, DEPARTMENT Is FIT he-trie- 108 Acres, 11 a F SM-Pape- r! d 4- ce LOCAL. 1 3 semi-friendl- ? two-pac- HO - PERSONAL,. - pi I By-Law- Shades, r-- E n O F1 Uk-fra- CP - two-pag- mmm - three-colum- nickel-plate- C.F.Br ower&Co m m car-loa- Bow-mau- Sorcerer l The J.-G- Sec-Trea- s., L. E. LANE, Street, WW W WW 2 lm U Imii Furnitur any-thinge- to-da- y. everything al would-be-robber- s, See Them. SEND ONE DOLLAR I7i-.e- "JF CFiBrawer&Co RELIGIOUS. SiatjVS'J tysrST-rara- a Street, - T-- pr tfir. 1111 1 ll.lu.,i 'M(7 ,, ., "wwy x 0.,,, J, MS t i t t t t-- i ft rm dir A FEW LOW PRICES: EYE OPENERS! $1 25 1 i 'v ft 'um navbpu.x ' Ci Having bought in very large quantities we are in a position to quote the following Jjidicfl all solul leather Oxforils, Dongola Kid or Calf, common sense, size 3 to 8 EE, price.... 41 00 worth Ladies nil Bolul leather Oxfonlx, coiTiinon sense, Coin too dr patent tip, size 2J to 8 E i 1 23 worth Lndies' extra nice lijrlit wnfpht Kid Oxford. Black or Ton, common eonso or Coin ton, kid ; pjiient nn. gir.o L'A tots ij or is. nnco i rj ,w,.ii. Lndfea Vi-- i Kid.2 button low shoes, The Go," patent tip. vestinirton sire 21 to 8 E, priro, 1 SO worth LadiCR ici Kid, tan lace pprini: heel, kid tip, Coin u9.rfzo2 to 7 E, price l 75 worth Iilles' Vici Kid in heel or sprinc heel, laceor buttQi)kid orp:tonttip,2 to 8, Din E. 1 SO worth Men's new Tan Uox Calf in lace or button, all style toes, size 0 to 11, O. 1) and E ....U 3 00 worth Men is now Tan Box f'aU, liht or daik shade, all stylo toes, size G to 11, 15, Cand 1) r, 50 worth Men s Black or Tan, Virion all styles, lnco or congress. 0 to 11. I), K and HE 3 00 worth '. Men's Black or Tan, Vici or Calf, all styles, size 0 to 11. E and EE 2 IX) worth 50 1 o 2 2 75 -- 2 3 4 3 m 00 2 00 50 00 50 50 ADYiaw a Compete 2,me &u&v&wce& ftfesiroEs. Busy Bee Cash Store's Bargains t W Whooping 1 PRICES -- TV & WE ARE SOLE AGENTS 1 fcfc fefc Successors to "WALLACE & RICE. V &. ttkfc ARNOLD, i to 1 1 Shrivel up Competitor!. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buyers. Everj'one is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our delivery wagons smoking. THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never disappoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: Tobacco Canvas . Tobacco canvas, best grade Good yard-wid- e Brown Cotton Bleached Cotton Good yard-wid- e 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting Good Bed Ticking Best grade Bed Tic.kine Cottnnnde for hoy's pants , Best New York mills Camlet Jeans Extra heavy Cotton Cissimcrs Best grade Apron Gingham 1c yard 2c yard FOR THE BOY'S AND MISSES' BLACK GAT LEATHER STOCKINGS. The Richmond Climax. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott cigar. Couli. . . . 3Jc yard 4c yard 12c yard v. Cj 3 3 but if the Suit is not made of the right fabric, is not tailored properly, has no style, your investment of $10.00 is Virtually a Loss. Every investment you make in Clothing from gilt edge. oui-sto-re Is very Little Mouejr to invest in a Suit, will be After 25 years Stoufier has moved to tho Bronstnn property, on upper - 1890, Main 10, WEDNESDAY. MAY street, where you can buy tho best and cheapest outfit for the least CO money. Suits to measure at $10. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. S Lost. Proctor Knott.Oigar. & One No. 1780 C. & O. Interchange Sam Jonea will be 'here on May able Mileage Book. Finder please re- turn to this office and get reward. H The CiiUtAx will. print the listfo maylu-S- t t- - claims this ysar. r& City School Census. Hail of immense size fell here ves to terday morning. According to Superinfendant Wa 3 gers, there am G47 white children of rs Sam Jones is to be horo on May school' age in Richmond, 308 of whom for one night only. aro inalo and 339 females, an increase 3 -- from an attack of whooping cough. My neighbors recommended ChamberlainV Cough Remedy. I did not think that any medicine Would help him, but after giviug hiin a'few doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement, and one botllo cured him entirely. It is tho best medicine I ever had in the hotiM). .1. L. Moore, South Burgetts- town. ra. .tor sale dv rerry and mav3-1Thomas. I had a little boy who was nearly dead 5c yard 7J to 14c yard SJc yard 10c 12c yard yard 4c yard Nice Dress Ginghams 5, CJ and 71c yard Fine French and Silk Ginghams 83 to 24c yard Dress Goods, 30 inch wide, stylish, and pretty Cheviot effects 19c yard, worth 35c Nice Bleached Towels 5c Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents . . 25c each Men's and Boy's Percalle Shirts Baby Shoes, all colors and white 25c Xiauies' Kiu, uutton and lace biiocs, pat tip . . . only 7oc Men's "Sundav Shoes." mod nuahtv onlv 9Sc Men's Cassimere Pants, black and blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. All-wo- It now looks like 18 or 19 cents will he about the best price for wool in Boon county. -- C) o s. O y, Yre absolutely beautifully finished Cnssimercs, every garment Sewed through and through, Upper and Lowor Shntlltt with 0,000 tiovcrmnent Standard Pure Dye Silk, Lined with extra fine real Italian Lining, Sleeves are Lined with plain color Pongee Silk finish Sateen Sleeve Lining, Satin under collars, Thirty rows of stitching, French facing and broad Satin pipinc. Every detail of insido and outside tailoring is done with care and thought to have the garments fit porfectly and give tho "Wearer Lasting Satisfaction. There are no better tailored garments than ours, there is no way to make them better. You want to see our Suits All-Wo- I s. ra to to before looking elsewhere, as we can make your $10.00 do what it will take much more to do as well elewhero. o to COVINGTON o & MITCHELL.. m asn y When Others Fail so often do take Digestos Dys- - o rs sovia ;ir tl '9NIS30I.S H3HIY31 J.VD sh?sa ivhi. qnihoois on si anaHi Pimples, boils and humors show that tho blood is impure. Hood's Sar snparilla is the best blood purifier that I I" :;i iatifts, tney cute dyspepsia. money can buy. it druggists. Lusia and England have gone to The Samoans are beginning to see (' to study long division. stars and feel stripes. i LQ 0 i SSI Or m One-Four- th Off .Clearing Sale will last. By the ibrelpck iT'you want the "benefit of the One-Fourt- h On all Heavy OFF The Clothier, The Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Un derwear, Hats, &c. 1 J STIEfi' P awrTlje Hatter, ! Ballard's Snow Liniment cures Itheu- uiatism. Xseuralgia, Headache, bick Headache, Sore Throat, Cuts, Sprains, children over last year The cen- Bruises, Old Sores, Corns, and all pain Have von been in Stouffer's now of 13was sus taken by the pupils of Caldwell, ana lutiammation. me most ponetrnt store, on Main street? mu limment In the world. Price 25 uigb bcli oo I. Perry and cents nod CO cents. Large Century Plant for sale Ap may 1 m Thomas. Willoughby Sale. ply to Mrs. J. E. Willis. At the sale of tho nroncrtv of the late Tho International Y. M. C. A. Mtrs. J. 1$. Willis has a superb Chas. Willoughby, on Saturday, the ontion will meet at Grand Century Plant for sale. following prices were realized: Cows, My $20 to 35; hogs, 4 CO; horses. $20 to CUBAN OIL cures Stouller has moved to Main street. SoG 25 200 acres grass laud rented at next to John G Taylor's. Cut?, Burns, Bruises, Rheu $1 to $3 per acre. Household and farm ing implements in M. C. Yates sold a car-loa-d of hogs amounted to about small demand, bale matism and Sores. Price', 25 cents. $5.G0. Sold by Ferry & Thomas, acccsors to W. to Jas. McKinney atS3.4(). wnite. For Rent. Odan' fcli illleit. aged 23 years, died The German Catholic Clubs of Ken Monday, of typhoid fever. I will rent privately 200 acics of ex tucky will meet in Louisville May21. Unless a woman cats sullicicnt nour When Sam Jones comes to town a tra quality Bluegrass land, well watered lot of othor Sams will leave. and fenced. This land is located four ishing food she can neither gain nor keep a koo1 complexion, rood, when Scats for Sam Jones' lecture now on miles Soth of Richmond, Ky., on the digested, is the base of all health, all of Big Hill and Speedwell turn- strength, forks de at Stockton & Hagan's. and all beauty. Herbine will pikes. Best grazing land in Madison help dicest what you eat, and give you bhipped a car load ol county. J. W. Mallard the clear, bright, beautiful skin o( M. B. WiiiTn, hogs to Cincinnati Thursday. Box 372, Richmond, Ky. mlf2t health. Trieo 50 and 75 cents. nPerry innv!l-1il' Tlinmna Dr. H. C. Jasper was elected jail Largest Hailstones In Years. physician by the I'iscal Court. Tho Edward Atkinson Endless Chain Correspondence Bureau has struck h A dark cloud and low, distant thun M. F. Arbuckle sold to E. L. der in tho west was succeeded by n snag. Ex. Woods a bnnch of hogs at $3 25. brisk wind, rain and hail, on Monday Manv old soldiers now feel tho el- Finest line of neckwear in the citv morning at eleven o'clock. The storm passed from west to oast and the hail fects ol the hard service they enduring at StuulIVr's new store, Main street. was very large and In places six inches the war. Mr. Geo. S. Anderson, of -Ros8ville, York county, Penn., who I have a new upright piano for sale deep. This is true at Waco and near saw the hardest kind of sevice at the or trade. L.yman i'arrlsli. maylU-J- t Mr. Thos. Phelps'. The largo barn at old Letcher race track, property of front, is now frequently troubled with W. Ballard bought of Judge the J. Mrs. Jones, was blown down and some rheumatism. "1 had a severe attack boodloe one car load of log4 at 53 36 lately." he says, and procured a bottlr stock killed. Telegrams announce more serious of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It did so Thos. Jones is tho nev Democratic much good that I would like to know committeeman in liiggerstalT precinct. lamace elsewhere in this and other what you would charge me tor one States, showing that we were in the lozen bottles." Mr. Anderson wanted Largest lino of hats and caps in path of a young tornado. it both for his own use and to supply it Richmond at SionlTer's Main street The North Atlantic States' Conven to his friends and neighbors, as evenstore. have a bottle of it In tion of the Disciples of Christ will be family-shou- ld -- Low their homo, not only for rheumatism, rates to JjOuisviiie and re- - held at Philadelphia May but lame back, sprains, swellings, cuts turnMay 4 to 21, via L & X account of bruises and burns, lor wiucti it is un races. The Non-Irritati- ng equalled. For sale by Perry and . -- Ky. League of American mayS-ln- i "Wheel men meets hero in annual convention Republican organs say the trusts uno 15. tf make some things cheaper. Men, for Easy to take, easy to operate The rain of Saturday and Sunday instance. was timely, as the ground was needing There is a Difference it bacuy. a real difference, a vast difference be Will Ncwby and Miss Lizzio Ben The New Era Institute will bo held tween Dr. Boll's and jamm wore married at Niciiulasvillo at Harrodsburg May anv other coui'h. cold or lunc remedy. last JVlonuay. curing atiorjs a Uesldes culling the ptiiegm andsoothes in Constipation once, it Judce Tarvin spoko at Sholbyville natural, healthful Heroine remedy, acting the couch or cold at the bronchials, on Monday. "We would liko to have promptly. A lew small doses will usu the irritation heals lungs. 2oc at all and " been there, sure. ally be found to so regulate the excre- good exhilarates the druggists. tory functions that thev are able to Cut worms aro very numerous in any aid whatever A coffin lid may bo called a dead the Ited House region, where corn is operate without Perry & Thomas, Pnco 50 cents. lm open aud shut arrangement. coining up badly. Bishop Bowman has given 5300 to De- Many a fair young child, whose pallor Dr. Dunn was awarded the City Pauper practico by tho Fiscal Court. t'auw Uiiiversitv. has puzzeld the mother, until she has bUSDtcted rightly her darling was trnu at $03 per annum. Consumption is Prevented bled wttn worms, nas regained tne Dr. Frazee removed Thomas Stew by giving early attention to a cold, rosy hue of health with a few. doses of art's ear yesterday at the Infirmary whether slight or severe. A cold quick' white's Cream Vermifuge. I'viceKoc on account of cancer. may3-ily disappears when Dr. Bell's Pine- - Perry & Thomas. is taken. This remedy -- The order to clecn up yourpremises A long dry spell is being predected makes weak lungs strong. 25c at all hliouia be complied with to provt-n- t by the watter-wib. druggists. disease and btuo cost. The Methodist Board of Insurance 1c In tho spring tho birds are singing Stouffer took more than 100 meas ah they build tneir summer Home, ures in oi.e wyii lgr suits and pants. ready for lmsine!. Klades of grass aud buds are spriuing New sioro, Maui street. For Whooping Cough, Aatlimn, O'er the mead the cattle roam. StoufTcr sells moro clothing for JJronclntls or Consumption, no medr In tho spring your blood is freighted cino equal Coussen's Honey of Tar. With the irerms that cause disease. ic moncv than auv other clothier. Price 25 ' and 50 ceuts Porrvand Humors, boils, are desiguted. New store, Main streeK miy3-In- i Thomas. ol these.' lunals warning-yoG. W. "DeatheraKe aud J B. Do the fpring that tired feeling Lexington Chautauqua will be InMakes you every duty shirk, The zior celebrated their 39th birthdays on held June 27 to July 7, inclusive Makes you feel like begging, stealing, .Monday nigiit nt iced Mouse. iiainor man ciiirairu in worn. To be Happy fare for roui.d One and one-thir- d But there' something known that will a trip to Cincinnati May 3 to 20. i;ood for oroheeful or useful is next to an im Man to hea'th and vigor lead. possibility whun one is sutferiug from You will find Hood's Sarsaparilla fivo days returning via L & N. a discomforting cold or a nasty little exactly what you need. The alarm of firo last Thursday cough. If you aro 'down in the Just niay3-ln-i niuht was iuc to tho buvninu of saw mouth" from the eiferts of a cough or dust at Myer's planing mill. No loss a cold, you will hud delight in tho use The Comborland Telephone Company of a. 25c bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tawill run a lino from i'atcavillo to Moutlcr lias tauca more measures Houey. Druggists sell it. Clovorport. for suits to order this spring tliauall me rest comoineu. iuw Biore. 3iain The Baptist Congress will meet at Attracltvo Women. Pittsburg .November Miss Teiiinie Oldham will close Why is one woman attractive and cheap her unall line of ladies handkerNothing has ever been produced to another not? The most admirable and cliiets, underwear and hosiery. Come equal or compare with labler's Buck attractive thing about an attractive nprlO-lat once. eye Pile Ointment as a curative aud woman is her womanliness. Every body admires a womanly woman, bhe healing application for Piles, Everett Witt & Co. have bought blind and bloedipg, external Fissures, mu6t have health, of course, because or internearly all tho wool in the Ited House nal, aud Itching and Bleeding of the without it she would lose the bright region at prices ranging iroin lo to VJ Kectume. Tho relief is immediate and tiees of her eyes, the fulness of her cents. Corn is selling there at 2 per cum infallible Price oOe in bottle. rlif-ekand her vivacitv. Real health barrel. mubt mean that a women is really a lubes 76. Perry &Thouirs. may3-li- u woman. That she la strong and per --The Fiscal Court retained Mr. C. Profs. Cash and Elrod have been M. HobertB as keeper of the Poor House, elected to conduct Clinton College, Ky. fect in a sexual wav, as well as in everv other. That sue is cnnaiue oi and Ilia wife as matron Jt- - It. Welle neriormiuir nerieciiv mo ounes oi was Heceiver of tho Poor Children Catch Cold maternity. Some are born with wlmt House. " more easily than grown folks, and their is callpd "constitution!! weakness T. J. Marshall has sold a half inter constitutions will not permit of quinine riiose who do not enioy perfect health est in hisgrirtt mill, at Red House, to or otner radical treatment-- j;r. ueirs need only take the proper piecautlons Frank ciiuart, and will add a now Is not onlv absolute and the pioper remedy to become per h ioued harmless, but is pleasant to the taste fectly well and stronc- ur. nerce's flower mill of the win cure any de lavonto burr process. did is a cerlaiu cure for all coughs and rangementI'rescripiion dlstincly of the feminine colds. Dr. J. W. ScudJer's. proposition to ortrnnism net as physician at the Poor House stamps lo Send 21 cents in ono-ceLondon District Conference will without compensation, the county to meet at Hazel Green. June 14. Woild's DiBiiensarv Medical Assocuv pay for $50 worth ol drug, was accept tion. Buffalo. N. Y.. anil receive Dr. I havo been a sufferer from chronic Pierces 1003 pngo "uotnmon oense ed bv the Fiscal Court. diarrhoea ever since tho war and have Medical Adviscr,'r Illustrated. Robert Mason, of. Whites Station, used all kinds of medicines for it. At sold to Ernest Woods 92 fat hogs, last, I: found uno remedy that has been For a little man. Brigadier Genera wears a big title very grace average 2J.7 ; pounds, at $3.50,,and two a success an a cure, aud that is Cham Fun-tucar loads 'of "cattle to Iks delivered In herhim s Colic. (. holera and Diarrhoea fuily. , July nt $lund $1 10 per hundred. Itemedy. r. E. UKisiiAM,0raara Jiills, CUBAN RELIEF cr.rc? La. Fo'tsalo by Perry & Thomas. fr 8 aMTrrS Colic. JV.iriiiKiiind Toothache lm m4A Attorneys. R. B. Black, is collector I r,nflwm,intwl ponrptomach Sunday in June will be and Samer CorapUiuu. Price, 25 Cents. The second and agcullor the Blue Gravs Insurance Sunday-schoolBible day. Coinpauythc cheapest lud most rolia Baptist Bold by Perrr & Thomas Saccessors to W. White. ble company for the peoplo vof bur lira Natare county now operating in .the .State; Several towns In the State will elect Keeds assistance it may bo best to rcn two School Trustees at election to be We aro closing out all our goods in tier it promptly, but one should femem held this afternoon order to remodel our house. Clothing, ber to use even the most perfect rem hats, shirts and underwear at your own edies only wlien needed. The best and once at Stotifler'u now Main streJt most simple and gontle remedv is tho and. Eczema, Tetter, Ktore. next door to Farmer'o National Syrup of Hies, manufactured by the Tho intense itchine and smarting incl Bank. California tig byrup Co. 'lent to those diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Next Sunday is Stute mission da Skin Ointment. Many very bad ?asc SCO sample summer coats and vefrts just, opened, in all the latest and for colored Baptists. have liocn permanently cured by it is equally efficient for itching piles and hct stylrf, ntlfes than manufacturers, Probatly Was Inherited. coKt lo te"cused out Moulirtt h new a favorite- remedy for sore ninnies; eh'lhitig' house. Main street, opposlto 'Jiapped bauds, chilblains, frost biici Silvkis CitKKK.Ky. May 4, 1809 Maoism! .National u.ink. Miss Kidie McGtiire of thi phu-- bn in'd chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos been effected with scrofula from her The Hurst Home Insurance Om birth and at times would be almost are Dr. Omfi CMtfMfeii pany. of Millersburg, Ky , husiippotnt- - blind, rinally herneck swell last what needs when in bad ed Win. M. Ilisl!.if College Hill, di ami mio couid not freely. .Med condition, Toaic, blood purifier and They are Wot food but rector for Tipton precinct Mr Hisle cines failed to. do her any good until vermifuge. is a youuc thorough luisintfii man, and Hiieh'-xn'- i taking Hood's Harsaparllhi medicine aad tba beet in we to pet will carefully guard ihu oompaiiy's in- - When aha had taken six or eight Lt terut in in territory. t!a ha vrm cuntdt- 3-25-2- 8 In this "Hot Bargain Sale" we are naming Special Prices on Table Linens, Napkins and .Doilies. They will go very fast at prices named. "We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Suitings, Silk Waists and Dress Patterns ever shown in this city. As these goods are the Cullings of the largest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay you to look at them. Planters . In our "Ready to Wear" Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Silk and Woolen Skirts, Shirt Waists, Muslin Underwear, Bonnets, etc. Our "Hot Bargain" prices prevail in this Department. See Our Line of Lace Curtains. (q Dot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, o) And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Buttermilk Toilet Soap, price 8c a cake, Mattirigs, Oilcloths, , Curtain Poles, the best Toilet Soap used. We are . Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. the largest assortment of these goods We are showing all the new things in to be seen this side of the large cities. Ribbons, New Dress Trimmings, New Our "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarLaces and new Hambergs. Try a pair of our "Topsj'" brand Hosiery, they antee for their cheapness. the best in the market. " We Have Just Received Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. - We have placed on sale the "Red Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We carry everything in favor this season in this department. Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, 1. Cathartic Th-mus- w. OLDHAM COMPANY. Hood's Pills 10-1- 2. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN NEW GROC ERY! Groceries from Million & Greenleaf, ' we will continue Hie business at the. AUG ....BEGINNING.... ON 1 m Tar-Hon- Having purchased the Gus Margolen stock of AS ASSIGNEE OF LEWIS P. TODD, , SAME STAND. On Main Street, next door to the Richmond National Bank. We will keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES. We have already added largely to the stock, and you will find most anything kept in a first-clas- s Grocery. The public is cordially invited to call and inspect our stock and get pur LOW CASH PRICES. MONDAY, MAY And continuing until the goods are disposed of, I will sell at auction, beginning at 10 o'clock, :u m., 2 p, m., and 7 p. m., the stock of JDry Goods, etc, in the store room on Main Street, next to Richmond National Rank. Major Forsytho, of Paris, will entertain the crowd. r- Yours Very Respectfull, 14-1- - Phone 107. may3-4- w J. T. Beasley. J. E. GREENLEAF, Assignee. NM m My g NB s -- m 0 i pwiiw iH i mm a " oy old-fas- Met and Nomin ateo 3v T.f I -- 1 nt And every delegate. in attendance was, thoroughly convinced that we lead !3R the procession in Style, Quality and Price in s' f m Men's, L,ax3Ie.s and t Children's Fine Shoes, and Gents' Purnishing, Qo&ds. k-j- -n Salt-tthcu- m and bo convinced of these facts and reap sbme of the benefits of this JfZ great convqntipn that never ends at Cal1 J6 - o mr, , ,AvlNMi j BRIGHT & si A A ML Nil NH hn-ath- o 207 WEST MAIN STREET. t V A Ji iNA Mt Mf Who can think simple An tf some pttnt( thing to Lrlnff you wealth. PmtMt Your Idea: thT wst Write JOHN WXDDEHBBRN & CO- - Patent Attor-ta- j. Washington, D. CX. for their 1.8U) prtia offer hundred InTcntlom wanted. and list o Wanted-- idea Here's Ywr Cfeaice. Some Extraordinary Offers -' Caunly Court Days. ly TIio Paris; Bourbon county, first'Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. . Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon-da- ALL WOMEN Should know that the "01(1 Xlmo" lleaicdjr, Climax. lo R, N. !, & EAST BOUND. BJ. P.M. 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 S R. Time Table No. 53. Taking Effect Monday, May 2, 1898. 1st Class. Id Class. No. 1 I No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. 10 11 11 The Climax wants five lmnred new subscribers bv the first of thonowyear. In order to reach this ond, somo ex traordinary inducements will bo made. Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers. ' ; - PLEASE TRY y. - ' The Climax and TheWeek-- y Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's or'McClure's Magazine, $2.00. The Climax and the Louis ville daily evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and signals!' weather? Does your throat f.eel raw? And do sharp -- pains gart through your chest? Don't you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia, bronchitis, or consumption itself? If you arc oiling and have lost flesh lately, they are certainly danger signals. The question for you to "decide Is, "Have I the vitality to throw off these diseases?" Don't wait to try SCOTT'S EMULSION "as a last resort." There Is no remedy equal to It for fortifying the system. Prevention is easy. -- Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. , Danville, Boyle couutythirdMonday. Nicholasvilie, Jessamine "county, third Monday-- . Versailles .... Nicholas .Ille. Valley View Million Richmond. ... Union Moberley.... BrassSeld... Panola A.M. 5 30 6 43 'T 11 SS II 22 02 26 41 820 10 10 10 P. M. 12 13 12 16 830 8 SO 9 15 00 05 25 10 40 11 35 An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Stuup op Fias, manufactured by the every change in the Do you take) cold with Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth '; Monday. GIVE PIECE. . Itrine 12 30 12 SS 1 05 California Fig Steup NoVB No. 2 Ex Sun Ex Sun west Bousii. I Ex Sun A.M. P. M. P.M. A. M. 11 55 2 00 .... Irvine 1 05 2 25 Panola 1 20 No. 16 Union Richmond.. . Million. Valley View.. Nicbolasvllle Versailles. .. . . BrassSeld. Moberley .. .. . ( 6 06 C 30 41 6 SS 7 SO 2 30 2 41 2 47 3 15 3 30 3 15 4 10 5 00 1 45 2 15 3 00 3 25 4 30 G 10 A.M. P. M. P. M. I M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. AT. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J W. ROOK. Train Dispatcher. V. 11. ADAMS, Superintendent. Who can think of some simple fMn.ln Tuitentf Protect Tour Idraa: ther may irlnsyou wealth.., & raleni Alior-ectWrite Washington. for their tla nriso offer P. hundred InTcntlons wanted. and list of two Wanted-- An Idea ...!?! o 2 D : ;;3 : : ;5" K en JSj? f z H 8 Co., illustrate the value of obtaining' the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the Twice-a-weeCourier-Jou- r k taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxanal, both for one year $1.60 tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and Weekly gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. manently. Its perfect freedom from The Climax and Ohio Farm, every objectionable quality and sub stance, ana its acting on llie Kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening $1.90. or irritating them, make it the ideal The Cllmax can also fur laxative In the process of manufacturing figs nish any paper published in arc used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the the United States or Europe remedy are obtained from senna and at reduced rates. other aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fig Svrup THACKERAY ON DEATH. Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company TIic following is taken from a letter ot printed on the front of every package. condolence written by Tliackcrivy to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Mrs. 1'roctoron the death ofherinothcr, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. IA3UISVTXX.S. KY. NEW YORK. N. T. shortly before Thackeray's death. The For sale by all Druggists. Price 0c. per bottle. letter is found in tho biographical in troduction to "Denis Duval," the twelth in the valuable biographical edition of Thackeray's complete works, published in the United States by Har per & Bros., aud shows the great novel ECONOMIST RANGES ist as ho was at heart, earnest and sub' lime; not the cynic, the satirist that so many have considered him. The intro ductions to the thirteen volumes of this new edition constitute tho only Jan5-l- y Thomas Walsh in Cosmopolitan. ' Is tho best for Fcm!e Trortles. Corrects all Irregularities In remaloOrrans. Should bo taken fnrCluflK ol Life and before Pliatrrs "Old Tlse" Cmcdicl havo stood the test for twenty years. ChRi-W- CANDY CATHARTIC JOc. Mads only by Kew Spencer MetilclneCo., Chat- - I pray the gods to spare mo'j. Perry & Thomas, drnggista, successors to W. Q. White. decMyr All druggists soil Dr. Miles' Ncrvo Plasters. Frorc this fierce love of mine, Whose sorrows rend and tear mo, Whose joys are poisoned wine. 25c. 50c ALL DRUGGISTS. '4 I ! Godheads! take back your pleasures, Take back you gifts divine; And from your hearts' own treasures Graut penco and rest to mine. He Foulnl The SEND NO ..im.. found GRADE BRQP 1 we wm Mna jou 0C3 HIGH u nuL CAIIXtT SUgDICI SitUHQ MACHINE bjrrdMC. o. B. oo can examine u as your nearets ireiKuf uepos ana 11 iwrfottly tt!.r.rtrf. ex&etir sj reprepcnteil, MOMEYaass:', .(.! flii KSfSSSJf-i.VwC- Snrgon. Scott's Emulsion . prevents consumption and hosts of other diseases which .attack the weak and those with poor blood. SCOTT'S EMULSION Is the one standard remedy for inflam-- d All doctors told Ronick Hamilton, oi West Jciferson, O., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he would die unless u costly operajibu was performed; but he cured himself .with live boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth, and tho bett Salve iu the World. 25 cents a box. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 4 Gov. Bradley says Hunter is ' not worthy of rcrpect," Hunter is slice for Republican party in these parts, honco the remark includes his following. When Mr. Hunter is heard from he will beyond doubt say the same thing of the Governor which wiil include thu latter's following. All good Democrats will then say, "Amen! you are botl both eminently correct. We havo been telling you that for lo these many years but ye believed it not." "Truth crushes to earth will rise again, the eternal years of God aro hor's, but error wounded writhes in pain and dies amid her worshippers." Substitute Democracy for truth and Republicanism for error, and you havo the case in Kentucky. Truth has been crushed to earth these four years in tho Grand Old Commonwealth, but watch hor rise on the ides of November next when Error will have a fntal . B1EU1I3 TOD kVE litil.U Or, ctr to.r frti?kitt..iOur Special Offer frloo SI5 Rfl GUZ1TKST 120 uivt pound IT and the freight will average 75 cents for each SCO miles. THKtt MONTHS TRIAL la your own home, ancT Sirkuini at idrr.Jf. .r .J0. 51(1.00. f ll.OII. ' A f ouTasorxoxz. siahkijy rz. thi CKint vtiiftTe vinr. wirir T.fe DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey -- 135 " throats and lungs, fcr colds, bronchitis and consumption. It Is a food medicine of remarkable power. A food, because it nourishes the tody; and a medicine, because It corrects diseased conditions. 50c and $1.00, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York J SSS333B2 oSSogooO Jl&J-St SI Jt tr. C o trcg'ccro'o-i- oooooooo scesscs c.s,&c.s.a.s. 3 r i m 3 55525333 -- j- 03 ggss 5HH3 Roofing, Guttering and General K t PECPSljy ,YRUPINDIGESTION. CURES ? DR. CALDWELL'S Frankfort S&ilw&y. In Effect December 5, 1893 1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. p.m. a.m. 2 00 62 7 0B 45 9 30 IS 38 11 20 win. YRUP PEPSI CURES CONSTIPATION.il DR. CALDWELL'S B X X Job Work. 2 1 .W 25 5 40 6 17 Lve. Richmond ... .Ar. 1 (0 ' Winchester .." 11 42 p.m. p.m 7 20 6 16 8 30 S 10 ' 7 IB Ar. " " Maysville ... Georgetown Paris .. . 8 40 7 SO Lve. 7 00 '. 4 23 3 40 . F. Rock, FORI biography in existence of Thaekray. "Thinking of death," says Thacke ray, "is thinking of CJod inscrutable, immeasurable, endless, beginnineless, supreme, awfully solitary. Little chil dren step oil' this earth into the infinite and we tear our hearts out over their sweot, cold hands and smiling faces, that drop indifferent when you cease holding them, and smile as the lid is closing over them. I don't think we deplore the old, who have had enough of living and striving, and have buried so many others and must be weary of living it seems time for them to go for whero's tho pleasure of staying when tho feast is over, and the flowers withered, and the guests gone? Isn't it better to blow tho light out than sit on among the broken meats, and col lapsed jellies and vapid heeltaps? I go to what I don't know but to God's next world, which is His and Ho made it. Ouo paces up and down the shore yet awhile, and looks toward tho un known ocean, and thinks of the traveler whoso boat sailed yesterday. Those wo love can but walk down the pier with us the voyage we must make alone. Except for the young or very hnppj' I can't say I am sorry for any one who dies." of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary cough-woLungs are exhilarated ; 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 a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by P'.".RTEP SAWED OAK ?HQ? illustntior linw inarhi to tcrctlIicrMi-f- ' laW. tud cr J i ,r p- -n with full lrneth ta'.l and hed In plsre for tw wnj.- - 4 fatfrawrri. ImlrU aXrlrlsa framr. carrf. arelfi. rmtiwt ; t.eujntd ot'lnet drawer pull. rnCmt nickelrfnui-i- - fin.tfhinm , 4 ball t trraillo. .t ui;i ir i. rm u p fitiTtj iunr monon ireu, ten uire.wiin.,' i imrnhQUle. automatic bcbbln winder, fuljuitable tearlnps. patent t liberator lfnrroTetl loorc wheel. rulJuetAble presrer foot. i:nprme.i ' needle bar, patent drew trr a nl bead is hmdotnclT On. '.rat ' nrrier. Bnd miaeitiHl wi heaalirallj NICKEL TRUi'IVrED. CUA17ANTEED 1 1SUI raanlar. (Mtdanblji4KearfttMlMUWBii.rri.l. 111 Lirrj kaawaattacbafatliramUHed a4 oar Fr8d Instruction Bcr Jest bnwanmneean ran It anddoeltberplaln or any kind of fancv A BINDING-- GUARANTEE li rent with erery nrt. t IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to nee ami examine this machine, eompnr. r with those josretnrekeeper aelliat $40.00 TOVKKT(r frrIM If 7ircatuatd. ami the $1.50. WKDEUT. ISeam.TOCtt IIJ.-- O Ca at tmy tin wlikla thrr ibh.i jo uMM.re OBDKB TO D4T. DtlXT Ml are thorouphlj reliable -- Editor IWbuclc Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) !!!. it jiaxi .r is ajwkica. "as isi v. SOLID UO IXJMSn. cue Iln. 0lsL OaJ Chicago, apr5-6- m Bottlea Only. I DRESS DONT'S. Commit 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes GET Sealed Bids. Scaled bids will be received by J. N. Culfon for the erection of a new church, Just beyond Water Works, on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike, up to Friday, May 25. For further Sr call on Particulars this city.David Cnenault, apr26-t-or J. d TEA cures Dyspcp-ridlllvl- v eia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. BASON. 1199. These Iq Memory; They Will Bear Constant Repetition. Don't bo dashing be dainty. case of appendicitis. Harrodsburg Don't sacrifice fitness to fashion. Sayings. Don't let "smart" verge on "loud." Don't hold up silks and display rags. Don't use the pins whore stitches If an editor, who is perfectly sincere, would do. DO n't wear a smart hat and burst shoes. Dou't sacrifice neatness to artistic effect. Don't spoil tho gown for the yard oi stuff. Don't if you aro September, dress as Slay. Don't wear tau shoes if you have largo feet. Don't dress more fashionably than be ' coming. Don't neglect quality foctho.'sake of quantify. Don't wear a white petticoat.uuless it BE SURE YOU AM 00 LD.and never csed any remedyYEARStoODr. Bella equal Piin-Tar-Hon- ty It Elves quick and permanent relief Dr. to grip as well as concha and colds. It makes neac i nnm mronc. Jira. Ai. jl. iiicicaus, Poducah, Ky. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. lairs PIMMMeNUBIAN is to be jerked up for criminal libel every time he criticises public officials or others needing tho eyes of the people turned to their misdeeds, the boasted freedom of the press is a trayesty, and the mainstay of good government will bo withdrawn. Judge Parker is entitled to the gratitude of every ono who regards the press as the palladium of liberty and the freedom of speech a God given right Stanford Journal. The above is nnent the acquittal of Editor Knqtt of tiie Louisville Post for criticising the rotten administration of the city gevornment of Louisville. COLORED SOLDIERS ATTENTION! Sell Your Hides AND BUY YOUR Seed Potatoes at Thurman's, "We aaaiak' EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS- - LEGAL TEST 16036. pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. Thtjrman Grocery Co., Cor. Main and Cheapside. "RICHMOND, KY. Ask for tickets via Paris. J. R. NEWTON, O. P. A. hiipli and Ohio Railway. Ky. Time of Trains at Winchester, WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville. Morehead and Lexington Accom New York Limited F. I'. V EAST BOUND. New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 pin 9 15 58 6 30 9 28 Six of the best Fire Insurance Com' panles In the United States. Losses paid promptly. In the Prudental. vou are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance wc again jjive tbe best. We will not transact business with irrespon- sible companies. 26) Second Street, Up'Stalrs. Je2-i- Lexington and Moreheid Accom- -. Jl Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For Information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent L.N.Ry., call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. . A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. am am pm pm 4-- For Sale Privately ! EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to- - reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California. The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car tot California, 9 25pm COMPLETE Lve Louisville every Thursday & 18am . Arr Memphis Friday 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday Lve New Orleans Friday. 8 20pm BLISS 45am Arr Houston Saturday .4 45pm . Arr San Antonio Saturday Arr Elpaso Sunday 3 45pm 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets, back of A. It. Burnam's property. ino nouse nas seven rooms, gooa cistern, stable and other necessary outbuildings; the lot contains about SOxSO feet. The price will be reasoname tor earn. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nov9-t- f Richmond, Ey. REGENERO Mikci ..8 . tte Wcai TLu ii Tbe Trie Vuttr Cate to Califon'u. The Great Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to tbo territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen- l now nldiln eay rracli of rrrry Amrrlrnn &) days treiitmcnt Is positively ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. cuaranlml to irc tne most cao of Ncrvmis lldllty. oc Wm. Alpobd Kellond, A. Q. P. A., Waiting Dlsca.se. It acts jiowcrfully and quickly. A. II. Han-soG P. A., LonlsvIUe, Ky. A New Man. Pliyntrnlly Prrfcrl. I. the renal! dec29-lChicago, 111. oflhr iip or ItCIJK.XKltO. Voom men will tliclr lost manbooil, and Old Men ulll recover their youthful vigor. It Invigorates and restores to y OUTHERN (IN KENTUCKY Schedule lu effect IJ.c- - 18. 1308. EASTUOCXa No.5."No.l I No. 1. JjV Loulsvillo 7.40am 3.30pm 7.45pm 9.09am 5.02pm 9.07rm Ar Shelbyvllle Ar La'rencob'g; 9.rcam 5..Vptn O.SOpm Ar Versailles. laiBam 0.17pm 10. Wpm lull lire ami Mjor, nil sulTerers from Scnitnal Weak, cesses, Irapotcncy. A'nrlcoccle. Sucrmattorhca. Nl;htly EraliSiocs, Ixwt Drain and Jloicular Power, Weak Jlemory, Wakefulness, Kill Ure.mn, Despondency. Lick of Confidence, nnd all effects of telf. aliune, or sexual excess nr-r- t Indlsi rctlon. which unflLl one for business, study or marriace. KKUU.VUIIO cues at once to t!io root of t!io disease that Is why it cures. ItUtho creauat Ncn c Tonic In the world -- that It why it elves Visor and Action and restores ine hire of outli. It Is a marvelous lllood Purl Her-t- hat Is why iho I'lnk tilow rnmrs Imrk lo Ar Lexington wkstbopkd. Lv Laxlngton Ar Versailles. Ar La'renceb'g Ar Shelbyvllle- Ar Louisville Trains Not. 1. S, tion Chair Cars lnclon. EASTIIOUNO. KMSam No. 6. 0.45pm 10.35pm No. 4. 4.pm 5.15am 7.Kam 4.Kpm 5.37am aSOam 6.15pm 5.55am 7.30am 9.12am 5 6.05pm 7.35pm 6.32am Nat" lUeinilerliprita. Inlstuponliavln: UCCEMUtO. Canbocarrkil In vest poiket. lly inall 1.0!) per box. 01 ill for 3.O0. We cheerfully refund the innnrv where six boxes do not effect n cure. circulars irec. undress the American omce of uviiuknunmi.uiuRi.uui sept21-ly. RnnnPAiiYucninAi nn BascoiumbmA HEW YORK. 7.55am en For sale In Richmond by Perry & Thomas and 6 carry Free Observa-betvreLouisville and Lex- WESTUOCKD. No. iXiNa ll.i stations. S.3)nm 7.40amll.v LouUvil Ar 5.Sipmi 9.53am)Ar I.arncbn;Ar a45iim:ia4iiml Ar HiirodstiuAr T.uupmiiassam Ar llurgln. . Lv' EASTBOCSD. Na i: No. 14. 7.35pm ia40am o.iupm 8.10am 4.25pm 7.30am 4.l5pral 7.10am WESTUODNa W&eeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, is white. Don't look a frump because you can't An Atlanta Minister Receives a Piece of Hose's look a swell. Flesh With Warning to Leave. Don't trim good material with common trimmings. t. New Orleans Don't imagine that beauty vvjll atone ' Dr. L. Q. Broughton, tho pastor of for untidiness. tho Tabernacle Baptist church, Don't forgetr-tha- t lohgvcredhV often of;Atlanta, Georgia, received through brings discredit. r' tho mail a package purporting to come Don't make your own dresses unless from a committee o f Palmetto yon can do it well. citizens, containing a piece of the Don't expect great bargains to turn flesh of Sam Hose and a letter of out great savings. warning, notifying the minister that he Don't jump into your clothes and exwould be given six days in which to pect to look dressed. leave the city. Dr. Broughton says Don't dress your head at the expons'e that it simply hears out the statement of your hands and feet. he made from tho pulpit Sunday night. Don't dress to startle people's eyes, condemning the action of the mob at but to satisfy them. Newman. The letter which aceom Don't be grotesque while attempting panied tho flesh of tho negro was ob- the original. scene in the extreme, and among other Don't wear a fur or feather boa with things, called Dr. Broughton a "dog,1 a cotton dress or skirt. an "old devil," and stated that he was Don't put cost beforo cut."Corded held in contempt and condemned by silk won't cover a clumsy fit. all good women in tho community fit Don't buy cheap imitations if you Palmetto. can't a fiord the genuine article. C Along with the flesh were several Don't forget that dress was made for onions, some lettuco and salad, and the woman ; npt woman for dress. note stated that as Dr. Broughton adTbe Appetite of a Goat mired Sam Hose so much as to de fend him from the pulpit and denounce Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whoso tho notion of the mob, the committee Stomach and Liver are out of order. recommended that he havo the flesh All such should know that Dr. Kind's made into a Brunswick stew. Kew Life Tills, tho wonderful Stomach and IJyer Remedy, gives a splendid "Wo approve tho following from Stan appetite, sound digestion juid a reguford and pass it to its second reading lar bodily habit that insures perfect "A Dispatch liko this that comes health and great venorgy. Only 25 from Frankfort every few days: "At any Drug Store. 4 torney General Taylor will not an cents at nounce his decision on the candidacy The Boar! of Trustees of tho Glasfor governor for a week or two," has gow Public School havo employod the grown monotonous. "We therefore sug following teachers for the ensuing year: guest to tho correspondents that it bo Prof. W. C. Turner and wife, Jlis&es changed so as to read as follows: "The Bettie Bybeo, Mollio Wood, Katie attorney general still keeps tho world Mansfield and Minud Waller. School in suspense by continuing to delay the will open the first Monday in Septemday of his announcement for governor. ber. It begins to look liko that individual, notwithstanding he is liko Vanderbilt Special Rates to Louisville, During Month oi May '99 via The Southern Railway. described his 'More Boris of a d d fool than auv man liviuir. Note dates on which you can goto has seen the linr.ihvtitintr on the wall that no Republican need apply for of- - Louisville cheap: Spring Meeting New Louisville Jockuce in ivcumcKy again, especially one with as little reasons for preferment. ey Club; tickets on salo May 3 to 19, and has decided to fly tho coop entire good to return May 22, Bate ono and ly. d faro for tho round-triOn May 4, Derby Day, May 11, Clark Stakes, and May 20, Kentucky Oaks, only ono fare for tho round-tri- p jtickets good two days to return. May Musical Festival: Tickets on salo May S, 9 and 10, good to Teturn May 11. Ono fare round-trip- . Southern Baptist Convention : Tickets on sale May 8 to 12. inclusive, good to return 15 days from date of salo. One fare, 1 . son-in-laone-thirp. The Colored Regiments of the regular army are filling up very fast, and there aro only a few vacancies left. d colored men who can All who desire to read and all should call at once at the Recruiting Office in Lexington Business College Buildiug, Main street near post office, Lexington, iiy. able-bodiest W4 1 Anrono fending qnlcklr ascertain Invention la prohablr patentable. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for ccunnirpatent. Patents taken through Munn & Co. rccelvo charge. In the tpcclol notice, without Designs - Copyrights &c. a sketch and description star our opinion free whether an Trade Marks A handsomely Illustrated weekly. iJinrest dr. culatton of any pelentule journal. Tenns. t3 a rear: four months, fL. Sold br nil newsdealers. Scientific American. U ranch IIWJ I V lilt bafOl HUHH&Co.36'8"' Office, 28-2- 7 Hew York C His sire. Electioneer, stands ahead r am horse, living or dead, both as a sire of cxtn ini speed and 2:30 performers, and bis son, t'hinu is the champion trotting Stallion, as a sire f fast and consistent race horses, having to !: credit seven with average records of 2:1"' i distinction which is not equaled even by tl" great Cleorge Wilkes or any of his sons. The public is well acquainted with such noli o performers as The Monk, The Abbot, Fantasi Tommy Uritton, Janie T., etc., from year t year the leading stars of the truf. Tbe get of this great horse also hold Un and thret records for yearling, trotters. year-old Is 16 hands high, fine weight, Leoal Tsst with a perfect disposition, lie goes with i shoe in front and behind, and quite a handsome horse. Will stand at $13 i to insure a living colt. . four-oun- Record 2:2314, fourth beat in a race on a liri mile track. Sired by the great Electioneer (the only horse with 167 in 2:30'. Legal Test's 1st dam by "Don Victor." m "Williamson's Belmont;" 2d dam Minnie. I son of Hambletonian 10; 3d dam Laura Ki- m . by Hambletonian 10, all producing dsms t 63 F SU Washington, I). npr5-2- m B. H. NEALE. $t is nnnnnnnruiixaaruinjirmnnj HIGHEST GRADE Girls" who will play a The match game of baseball with a Paris team at Paris. Friday atternoon, defeated tho Ashland team Friday, beat the Mt. Sterling boys Saturday, and Sunday bested the Lexington team. Smiley Perry, a prominent druggist of Russcllvillc, known by his hundreds of friends as "Bunks" Perry, died Inst 0 That's why vou want to se them before you buy. We mean our GENT'S C0LDBBI4N BICYCLE LADIES' COLUMBIAN evening of heart disease. Ho was ouo n of tho and most generally bolovcd men in Logan county. , best-know- Insurance lasoline Stove, C Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. All we require is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. We are the only factory in the United States selling direct to rider. We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given. We give more options than the regular dealers. Yon can have your choice of color, beighth of frame, or any gear desired. Our bicycles have ail the latest improvements large tubing, flush joints, large sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, f H The marriage of Miss Maude Christain and Mr. Charles S. Garretson, a popular society couplo is announced to take place at'tlie MethodUt church in Wednesday evening, May 10. 2 5 ? cj Rus-scllvil- le r Z When a man's rattled ho does queer things. A Kew Yorker who tried to turn in a fire alarm from a letter box had a little trouble in proving his sanity. Greenwoll, late pincipal of Liborty College, at Glasgow, has secured control of the Bardstown Bap-liMalo and Female Institute. Prof. II. st COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., apr25-3-m CLEVELAND, OHIO. p cvrirtruuuinriJinruinjiJim J. y tiitiiiaiitiaiiiiifiiittittifli ........ ................................ na b BfiBa&enaieiciEeieaeBsaaie Has? I 91.M CASH terms will be -.. iworne well-round- ed autifuli e... S. mm BE HH . a bb9K at.4 mt Wk, tJ rmx II tl LA R ..a tec ..eao o o 09 .teQ 0 aa SO e o M FOUND ONLY AT THE 2 On and. after January 1st, 1899, our U Sflis.. e mo... oo 03 OO There aro few women as beau- - a tiful as they might be. Powder fj and paint and cosmetics don't make good looks. Beauty is simply an impossibility without health. Beautiful women are few because healthy women are e few. The way to havo a fair " face and a figure JJ Cash Hardware Store of & DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. ! o. mem... j J$ IS ... ta... e... is to tako b Feiie (Maton This is medicino No. 15.ltNo.67. 3.30pm 6.0Cpm 7.40am O.UVam 7.1Dpmll2tSpm EASTCOUNU 0,40pm 11.10am 617pm laiBam No. 13. Lv Iu1kv11 Ar ia40am Ar Shclbvil Ar 9.12am Ar Vcrsllcs Ar 7.50am Ar Midway Ar 7.30am Ar Ucorctn Lv 7.00am STATIOKS. tNaCS. 7.35pm 6.05pm 4.15pm 3.3Spm 3.00pm WESTBOUND?" la4jam Ar Loxlncton . . 7.00pm 7.45am Ar KnoxvIUe.... 5.10am L15pm Ar Ashcviile Ar Savannah.... G.l0m Ar Jacksonville . 9.00am Chattanooga . 5J5prn 645am Ar 10.30am 1. Ham Ar Atlanta 1.0Oam 2.25pm Ar Maton 8.55am B.65pm Ar Jacksonville . 610nm 655am Lv Chattanooga latfjpm I l.soam Ar lllrmimrbam Ar Meridian z.3.ami 9.55pm ' Ar 8.30am 8.30am Orleans "rain No. I Cincinnati. Florida & Havana carries Through Drawinz Room l'ull- Ltm ifan bleeping car between Louisville, Atlanta, Macon i.nd Jacksonville; connects at Lcxinc-Ui- n or Chaltanocpa with Pullman Sleeping car Free Chair cars boiween Louisville and Lexington; Observation Chair cars between Lcxlngt&n and Rome; Cite cars, elegant coachca Train No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville, Chattanooga and ham, also Through Sleeping cars from Islington, to Jacksonville Via Axhcvllle nod Savannah; also vLi Chattanooga and Atlantv No chanwu. Free Chair cars Iexlnirton to Cinttn- noosra. ""brough blceplnj cars LexIngWn to i.u w ji tea us.4TlftlltmTi.pt.Q,inlv A. Wneooif. P.&t.A., S.T.SWHT, P.&T.A., Louiivllle.Ky. Lexington. Ky. y&QAKaos.ZA V.P.j,d:ii, 3. J..Cni.P.T. if WosUIngton, 1). C. WasMngton. D.tl For sIe by W.A.TUUK.G.P.A.. Wit.H.TATLOE.A.O.VA.1 abhlagtoc, D. LqtorUle, Kyi Co., Bichmood, . 1 iNo. l. tNo. 5. BTATibasr"tNo.& INa 2. 7.40am X.tOpm Lv Loulsvll Ar ia40am 7.i5pm laiiam C.20pm Lv Verslles Ar 7.50am 4.45pm ll.lCam 7.05pm ArNlchlvill Ar 658am 3.Kpm 11.53pm 8.05pm Ar Rlchmnd Lv 605am 3.00pm 1.05pm Ar Irvine Lv L30pm STATIONS. No. 1.1 No. 3. 7.40am 7.45pm J.r Rotary Motioa and Bail Bearings y a Bli5 Grass Furnkur Ky. A robust, manly son and a cooing baby-gir- l nestling in her bosom what more can any womanly woman ask? It 13 a boon that Heaven intended should be trranted to every woman. Thousands fail of this because they have neglected to look after their health in a womanly way. The health of a woman's babies is dependent upon her own health daring-thperiod of prospect! ve maternity. The prospective mother cannot be too particular about her physical condition. If she sutlers from local weakness, nervousness or loss of viffor and virility, her children will be weak, puny and sickly. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the only unfailing cure for all weakness and disease of the delicate and important organs that bear the brunt of maternity. It makes these organs strong, healthy, vigorous; virile and elastic It makes the prospective mother strong and cheerful. It rcbs maternity of its perils. It insures a baby constitutionally strong. It. is the invention of an eminent and skillful specialist, who has bad thirty years training in this particular branch, during which time he and his stair of physicians, have prescribed for many thousands of women. Medicines dealers sell it and an honest dealer will not urge upon you an inferior 'substitute merely for the little added profit be may make thereon. ' I am the mother of a sice baby four aud a half months old." writes Mrs. I. E. Clough, (riox -303.) of Lisbon, Grafton Co., N. H. 1 cannot cive too much praise to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription." Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cute the caase and you care the disease, Oac "Pellet" is a mbUc laxative, mi two a asUsi cathartic. DruMMto Nt ikkt, :! rhtsg ic Travelers' Protective Association: Tickets on salo May 15 and 16, good to return May 22. One fare round-tripround-trip- . . troubles and weaknesses and drains. Jfc makes no difference 2 what the doctors call the trouble, if there is anything the matter in the distinctly feminino and cure it. g that old and d that cures all female time-trie- Plows, Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Champion Bind- ers and Mowers, and all kinds of Farming Implements. . to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unablo to collect them nil Y o are therelbro compelled to soli promptly. for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to mako it to tho interest of " the trade to do business with us. Wo havo a nico lino of Staple ani Fancy Grscerics, Quccns'waro and Glassware, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. yGoods exchanged for country produce SPOT CASH!" ' We have attempted o oo OO oo a so OO OO "3 OO OO OO OO OO OO OO OO - oo oo oe 3 inchl-l- y i 9ao... v.-- OO OO OO so oo OO HieeiN WEST MAIN ST.-- , ELLS. RICHMOND, KY oo OO SO OS - ;: a oo oo VA For rates and further information, call on or address nearest Agent Southern Hallway or Wm. H. Tayloo, Asst. Genl. Pass. Agentj Louisville, Ky.; RECRUITS - SradField's Fa male Regulator will help organs, ceooooooooooooooooosateacoaesooe For a SUMMER CRUISE take the FOr'tHE PHILIPPINES! - regular or pamtui menstruation; for leucorrhcea, for falling bf the 3 womb, for nervousness, head-- g I ra Jt is good for h COAST LINE to MACKINAC 1VEV STEEL PASSENGER STEAMERS COMFORT. SPEED Tho Recruiting Offlcerin Lexington has just received orders to enlist a number of white fmen or service, in tho Regiments now in tho Philippine Islands. These men will be sent direct to San Francisco from Loxington and from there to Manila. This will make a One tripfoMtble' bodied men unmarried, and not oyor85 yearsof ago. It will bo a chance to seo tho world and prasi-bl- y Vt-'- " g your "-'a- ache, backacha, and dizziness. Take it and get well. '.Then M girlish features figure will be restored." Sold by iruz&ts for $ a bottle. old-ti1 Why Suffer Agony When DON'S COMPUSTE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you. It is tho discovcrx of an ominprifc physician. fis Keifo ! So lotarf action Gf Dasiness i Tho firr v treatment brings ihinicdiato relief. 2 THH BRAD FIELD REGULATOR ATIA5TA, GA. CO. MMMHIIftlMMIIHMNf g S lad S AFETY make a trip entirely arouud desiring to enlist should apply at once to the Recruiting Officer in Lexington, in order lo bo in time. Judga Cantral decides that the convict parola law is unconstitutional, just as John Young Drown decided whoi be was governor. After tho passes on a law point there is little um MtwtiDir ;thoeaw .again, Midi of hk t&e&toeg 1ht $w8v'en correct. Stanford JowriwU, $18. jpf K FREISHT PREPAID. For tils style new high arm sewing: nadiiaewitS ell attachments war. Tasted loyeara. If ti mm, Fou Tkip PETOSKEY, The areatest Perfection yet attained ki Beat CaMtroetho-Loml- wis Equipment, Article Decmttoa EMfctaet Service No other Wac offers a panorama pcb Wttic Brrwtta mtm FumM, of cutfu iti, nmn, eiiop 5o a4 cured thousands, and will euro you. JIR. T. J. WILCOX, prosiin-i- it tn'crciumt, iiolHioijn 3.)ojartnv.Hit, eavi:and chief cf tho C'hi'.ltanoojra c yciir-voailcrraJ ni It has miles of equal variety aad latere. BerwtiH Toledo, Detroit and foefcinac "THE COO," MAHSUCTTE AND DULLTH. machine is not eat isfactory in jo days roonejr will be rc- lunaca. resaenas witU order. 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