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MAY IT, 1899.: ! liJfI! 1 We Doil't NUMBER mrf v J The Equitable Lite now VA I OVl DAICINO POWOCH CO., I5dVIiUTLY PURE Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome NEW YORK. Assurance society Ol' THE UNITED STATES. GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, g Kit-ste- THE DEST OF THEM ALL ll-- ''Vw' 11 j 1 I General Agetite Kentucky. 0 t .1 P r st &LIPPINCOTPS JONTHLY.iAGAZIN i i' I' i uintnc rcailing matter. Xo rontlnl'ctl fW-- . trhlrH ir cl'Jrctioitablo to utvit rcuttrrm. i n corapleto novel in cvprr nnm-n l.iri.. ion irse quantity or useful v iM U vt - jii. .. 1 At be In every household. Eub- -' S3.on r ye:ir. w.intcil III cvrry town, to whom liberal Inducements will bo offered. J. B. LIPPIHCOTT COMPANY, Publishers, ' PHILADELPHIA. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATr0IUT3Y3. W. MILLER. Richmond, a Attorn kv- - at- - La w, Kentucky. y nnW in the llurnam Building, next door to fcb3-lnm r's National Bank. J AttouneVat-Laxv- , KENTUCKY. llICIIMOND, Oili' O - over Taylor's Hardware store, Court IIouru, on Main Street. HOGG, 11 n i ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. i! mom), ffice Xo. 13 First St.. ttp Btairs. 31-3- 0 J.C. & I). M. OIIKNAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, i I'Viee on Second street, over Chen-ault'- s rorery. PHYSICIANS. DRS GIBSON, & PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Fiihmosi), ' ... GIBSON, in the Joe Colint building, 18 and m Mreet, over While -- old drucstore. Sec-37- - c ( HAS. HOOKER, I ETERTNARY SURGEON, flraduate Ontario Veterinary College. Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accu-- 1 bv Ilichmond Harness Co.; East Main St apr.-l- y hmonl, Ky. no-xr- 1 IS t, If. C. T. I'jihone Medicine and Surgery, ufhpe Collins Bnihlini:, Main Street. nt residence ----- JASPER, M. D (the Unrr Uroiidway. - place) on Km iimo.ni), Kentucky. M Q V. EVANS, rilVS'ClAN !., SUKOKON, ANI RiiiiMovu. - - - - Kentucky. )U. T. J. TAYL.OU, and residence on Second Street. I'raclitwner in Medicine and Surgery, Kkntucky Kkhmond, DENTAL STTBGEET. Kv. Oovcrnment i OTirc next door tobours 9 to Building, to 1. HuiimSiid, Ky Office 12-- 1 PENTIST, OP IOUISVILLK, novH-l- Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental OIHce of Dr. Hob-sonext door to postoffice. QR. FRED SMITH. our country's greatest blefsing "Equal KiShts and that I can call myself a citizon of the United States with a right to vote for the prosperity of the WILL BE ALL IDEALS SHOULD country that isdearto every honorable IMPERIALISM GAIN A citizen, I do not wish to inconvenience RICHMOND ST0NG FOOTHOLD. . BOY BANQUETS WITH BRYAN you in any way but I would bo pleased AND TARVIN IN NEW YORK. to have the friends of my boyhood know my sentiments in regard to same, German-AmericaSought the Deak Silt Having once been a therefore leave to your kimlncss the Land of Freedom to Esresident of tlieilo.ir old cityoflUcli-monfulfillment of my wish. I sincerely which holds seenes and events trust that what little I know and have cape Snch a System dear to my childhood, I take an un- said in this letter may bo beneficial to as is Now Advofeigned interest in her welfare. As many who are seeking for the light. you doubtless know, it has been a long cated. A few words in regard to my weltime since I resided- there and at the fare. I have a nice photograph gallery timo of my departure I was not inter- at- 53G, Fifth Avenue, Urooklyn, and BY THE ADMINISTRATION NO PARTY CAN OPPOSE AMERICANISM ested in politics. Owing to that fact I am well content to bo here in the East AND am not enlightened as tt the political where everything is eo busiucss-liko- . EXIST LONG. views of the several newspapers in Nevertheless, I should be glad to visit your city hence I address; you as "The Kiclimond and my old friends, and I The Wcstlichc Post, of St. Louis.last Lead i tie Democratic Newspaper," and certainly intend to do so at my earliest week piiuted an articlo in the English anguage defining tho policy of all Ger trust that you will receive same prompt- - opportnity. papers in this country Trusting your paper to ever be a I have been greatly interested in the benefit to our cause, anil with best regarding Americanism against impeii- coining political campaign and can wishes and kindest regards to all KicliUsin. file article in part follows: Time and again the attempt has been proudly say my interests are chiefly mond friends. made to supplant American ltepublicau- centered in the Chicago platform.which I am Very Sincerely, sm with imperialism. Time and again to ine since my thorough investigaApril 18. IIakrV L.' Sciilkgel American patriotism and that high and tion of its vory plank, is a second love of mankind which Robbed the Grave. Declaration uf Independence, and I unites men ot all countries in common feel assured that after a careful invesA startling incident of which Jlr. brotherhood of humanity tigation every other citizen who wishes have rallied to son our country in abounding pros- John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the against it. When, half a century perity and not under the cruel thumb subject is narrated by him as follows: ago, we had the saire cries of "Mani of a foreign nation, would find it the "I was in a most dreadful condition. fest Destiny ,"the "Conquering Saxon," My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunkExpansion," and all the rest wo are same as I have. en, tongue coated, pain continually in hearing again now, Americans as radiShould we as American citizens bring ourselves under financial servitude to back and sides, no appetite gradually cally opposed to each other in most as other nations have done? growing weaker day by Iay. Three things as we are Calhoun and Corwin No! Let us honorably and bravely physicians had given me up. Fortunate- joined with Clay, Webster, Lowell. stand up and retain our independence ly, a friend advised trying "Electric Hit- Clayton and Clemens against it. What American can read this with for which our forefathers bravely fought ters," and to my great joy and surprise and heroically gave their lives. Let the first bottle made n decided improve- out an indignant refusal to consent that it be only by the stifling of that spirit ment. I continued their use for three the blood of those once our allies shall and love of liberty which gave us polit- weeks, and am now a well man. I know "saturate the soil" on which they wero ical independence in 177G, won in the they saved my life, and robbed the born that we may be praised bv the war of the Revolution, as proclaimed grave of another victim." Nooneshould lAjndon Times for our "noble work for in the sixth clause of the Chicago plat- fail to try thotn. Only 50 cents per bot- progress" m furthering British plans tle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc- for dismembering and robbing China? form. 5 John M. Clayton himself, the author Our President elected in 1800 did not cessors to W. G. White. treaty, and open exert liis power in securing for us bi- Confederate Decoration Day, Saturday May of the ly in favor of with Engmetallism, as he had pledged to do, 27th, 1899. but, instead, after several mouths of his To Confederate Veterans, Daughters land in this.wns openly opposed to havadministration had elapsed, presented of Confederacy and Sons of Confederate ing anything to do with the political methods of British imperialism. a bill to Congress, the object of which Veterans: What is there in stalwart American was "to fasten the gold standard upon The 4th Saturday in May is hereby ism (its native Americanism, if you us forever!" therefore, making the la- set apart as decoration day. AVe hope, will) except s boring man a slave to vile treachery, as in the past, that it will be your are saying nowthat declaring in which was nothing more than a be- pleasure to meet and scatter flowers upthat they gave up home and friends and came trayal of public trust. on the graves of the gallant men who thousands of miles into vnn unknown My dear friends, should I write as gave their lives to the cause they loved country for tho deep love not of Brit my mind and heart dictate, I fear there so well. ish colonialism, but of American would be a scarcity of stationery in It is said that General Hunter, on To that they aro loyal Now York and Urooklyn, but I will June 12th, 1804, when' his torces were desist from t his subject and return to evacuting the town of Loxiugton, in now and always. To Americanism, not to the British the object of my letter to you. passing by the Cemetery wherein the I wish to say that I am glad to have remains of the renowned Gen. Stone- commercialism of the bayonet to been present nt the great $1 Chicago wall Jackson wore buried, ordered the Americanism, to liberty, to progress; to freedom from militarism, to the explatform dinner held in New York, panels of tha fauces removed, and tho last night at the Grand Central Palace Federal Army marched by the grave pectation of a time to come when the which was in evory way a tremendous of that gallant Confederate General world will bo no longer shackled by success. I enclose you a progam and with reversed arms and otherwise imperialism, witli its bayonets and to that, who list of speakers. Mr. Rryan responded honored the valiant dead. If such a to the toast of "Democracy," and 'idid tribute could be paid during the heat renounced imperialism in Europearons justice to it" was the opinion of every ed period of war by a Federal Army to devoted now as they woro 60 years ago. when they listened to Seward as he ono present. a foe how tuiicli more lovingly can Our grand old State of Kentucky we gather flowers, fresh with the morn said of these same "Expansionists:" was well represented by JudgeJas. P. ing dew, and scatter thorn upon the Sir, they have sent tho American eagle abroad, bearing not tho olive Tarvin, whose popularity was m.ido graves of our loved ones. manifest by the continued rounds of Then, to all who recognize unsullied branch, but a shackle in his talons." The Hag of this great republic stands applauso given him during his response worth, christian fortitude, bravery on to the toast of "Power of Organized field of battle; loyal to true soldierly now not for what the London Times approves but for what it meant when Wealth." impulse and real manhood come with I only wish that it were possible for us mid do honor to the' memory of our Seward stood under it to utter this im mortal sentence- the entire voting, population of the Confederate dead. Such Hepublicnnisin as that was not United States to have been present to J. M. Poyntz, his, nor is it that of any loyal n friendly gathering have witnessed the Drig. Gen. Commanding. or of any other American who of both ri' li and laboring man and been is loyal to Ins Hag ami to his country. TO MAKE LIFE HAPPY. benefited by the speeches of our most Mav heaven forbid that it ever should popular political leadeis. Sweet music appeals to the heart and be. May the time never cotuo when Knowing of the glad welcome Bryan received in New York I feci that noth- soul and lightens many of life's burdens. the American people will applaud those who drabble a flag dedicated to freeing remains but to wait for the returns If you have ever heard the of the next election when to tlio world Steger Piano you will .appreciate this. dom and human progress in the blood excelof men who dio on their own soil re will be announced that our President, To reach the highest standard of the first of the n"w century, is William lence has always been tho aim in tho sisting tho samo principle of British manufacture of the Celebrated Steger imperialism again, over which America Jennings Rryar. In concltisioi I uish to add that Piano. Only tho best material is used, triumphed ut Yorktown and New Orinsuring great durability. Every piano leans. fully guaranteed. Such ideas will never prevail In The Steger factories, thoroughly America. Any party which commits equipped with tho best ami most im itself to them will be wiped out of exproved machiuery, located at Steger, istence. Any leader who attempts to III., are among the.largest in the West: check civilization and progress under Intending purchasers will find it prp-- American institutions and through fitable to write for full descnptivo cata American principles will bo repudiated ns d, that I fully appreciate the value of BLASTED - - n far-seei- Broadcloth jackets with notched Bat-i- n lapels nre very An openwork straw toque has nil the trimmings massed nt one side the A Book for Young and Old. left. Sleeves are so tight to tho forearm OUR WECURtP! as almost .impede circulation. Nice NERVOUS J RECORD propped for Summer comfort! A cloth Princesso gown closes on the t5R 1378 0LOOD left side from neck to hem, three but250,000 M SKIN & tons appealing on tho iKxlice close to the shoulder, and three just below the DISEASED Hi PRIVATE waist linn. men The long Cyrano neck chains may bo DISEASES rendeted pratical in a variety of wayp. They may be attached to purse, lorgnette, watch, viniagrctte or pencil-case- . At tho Liliputian Bazar, Best it Co., CURED are showing little Ionnets in straw and YOUNG MAN colored pique. They ate called Dutch urben ienorant of tho tcrriblo crima vnn bonnets, nnd are very cute little afwero committing. Did you only consider tho fascinating allurements of thU evil fairs. habit? When too late to avoid the ter- - I nblo results, wcro your ercs oiened to Long silk gauze tics in white and your perilr Did yon later on in d dainty colors are still very fashionable. contract any l'ltl VATE or I1LOOD Wero you cured? I)ojounw dieae7 g They are tied in very nnd then see some alarmlmr prmntoDu? Daro yoa marry in your present con- bows in front, dition? Yoa know, "LIKE 1'ATHKlt, Plaited ruffles form the favorite finish JUKI-- , itmarneu. aro yoa con stantly living in dread? Is rnarriago a for gauzo scarves. failure with yoa on account of sny weakness caused by early abuse or later exOne new style of princesso gown is a cesses? Have yoa been ilrugjccd with mercury? This booklet will point oat to trifle more elaborate than the earlier you tho result nf there crimes and point model". ont how our NKW MKT1IOD THEAT-MENwilt positively enro you. It No portion of ones' under dressing shows how thousands havo been saved by our NEW TREATMENT. could possibly be more dainty than the It prove? how wo can OUAHANTEE TO CUKE h lovely, Summer corset of R. ANY CURABLE CASE OK NO PAY. We treat and & G. make. VA SYPHILIS. ULEKT, Ladies can easily have thrco or four K ST1UCTUKE. IM POTENCY, SB-14 l'T t.T ItllllVC ItTVaTIlT II Tf t' ftT corsets for Summer, and the more the CHARGES, KIDNEY nnd BLADDER diseases. better, as changing theiu frequently unikcs one feel lresli and comfortable. CURES GUARANTEED A very smart tnilor gown is of broad "Tho Vagcs of Sin" sent freo by encloi-in& stamp. CONSULTATION cloth in two shades of blue. FKHK. If unable tn call, write for QUESTION BLANK for HOME Patent leather belts with steel buckle TREATMENT. mid a liug on eacli bile are very fashionable. Evklyn Caulk. WAGES OF SINI IF 111 llUUUS m m AIND Our Pri ces i) I f3l 50. U Compel you to trade with us when you give us tu trial. Want a Cent you value received for it. For that reason we are always glad to Jaavo you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than any where else. .get 'Of your moiiey unless m 250,000 fer I 91'.1 man-lioo- smart-lookin- The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor T lace-nies- All bombastic claims. we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of theAvorld, select the latest goods, and when you buy you know you have the latest, goods. want? up-to-da- CD lllCtK-KLE- , te Bed-roo- m 1 If so, trade with Is that what you. Suites.., o Maple, Mahogany, Golden and Antique Oak.... Nj Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds. Elegant Sideboards. NfcExtension and Center Tables. 0dd Dressers. Chiffoniers. NjfParlor 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 and 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. If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures, Medallions, &e. We also make a specialty of In Bird's-Ey- Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. SUPERINTENDENT WAGERS SUSTAINED. lite- . Gibson, The Pnntagraph states the case so well, and the compliment to Prof. Wag ers is so deserved, that wo conv the Paragraph's statement of the vex 3 atious trustee question: 'In view of the fact that the legisla ture of 189S changed tho time of electing school trustees from Juno till October, nnd that a great many trustees think tiicy terminated their term of office and were released from tho respon sibilities of same as soon as his successor wns elected, there has been somo confusion as to the expiration of their tetnis. Mr. Wagers says the new law provides that the trustee elected shall hold his olllce for three years from the (first of July) succeeding his election. Therefore, by reason of a change in the law and in order thai there may not be a vacancy in the board, each trustee elected under the old law must hold one year longer than he was elected for. And it is tho duty of the trustee who has acted as chairman during the present scholastic year to so continue till first of July,1890. Mr. Wagers' po sition has been sustained by the court of appeals. A case involving t ids ques tion came up from Wolf county and covers the decision of Mr. Wagers, to DROPSY! two-third- s nr dJ! at least and TEH Dnil ayinptoni ATS t Testimonials OK. caIKm! with vegetable Havo cured thocs.iad ea'e hooeleHM. In ten remov-il- WIN oshai&Co, Commission Merchants.. a. 11. GKEEII'S SOBS. Box K. Atlanta. free. Ci a. mi w mi Union Stock Yards, Clayton-Bulw- er Cincinnati, Telephone 734G. O. JEAIl information regarding live Consign rfock cheerfully furnished. sept"-l-y your stock direct to us. CALL AT framing pictures. German-American- sex -- w-ii- x the letter. ROBBERY IN BUCKTCVYN. Mary-Owen- GO TO THE- - - SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Our line is full and comi let3,and in charge of Mr. M. G. Brown, a graduate embalmer and funeral director. It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. English Kitchen, Rec-nla- fot-tc- rs German-America- German-America- Cora Boone, Ilenuio King and of drinks that can be found 12 W. Short St, Lexington, Ky. three dusky and shady deni in the city are dispensed "W. MASTERS, Proprietor- J. zens of Bncktown, have been arrested by te and accommor meals 25 cents. Lodcinc 25 cents. on a serious charge. One night this dating clerks. Most convenient and centrally located hotel in week P. Sheridnn, a tailor, wandered the city, line equipped bnr in connection. Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. into the bailiwick of the above damsels and wns robbed of $140 in money and a end'Whlalcey "aWU ured at home withcheck for 20. The women went to out pain HiKik or par Phone 3. Second St. llcuUrs Ilichmond to have a good time and FRd 13 J UK. ft. M WOOIUT CO. RICHMOND, KY. their lavish expenditure of money i.mce. 104 North lTyor St. caused the officers of that town to send a telegram of inquiry hero. Officer Tarpy went over nnd brought the gang home, including three fine tailor-mad- e suits, a lot of handsome silk underwear and other finery with which the colored dauibcls intended to paialyzo the other frail denizens of Bucktown. Some twenty-eigh- t dollars of the money was recovered. The Grand Jury will investigate the case as soon as they resume right at hand so is the their session Winchester Democrat. up-to-da- Coolest and most refreshing S, NEVILLE Successor to J. MOBERLEV A'. Collin. PHONE Hrnswrn w-- ISllillll rC B A BOON TO MANKIND! BLER'S BUCKEYE SzZHt- - mm m o tn PhS mtJ ?J tn Is rtUE3) sweet-tone- d - logue, which will bo mailed free, upon n, application. Steger & Co., (Estab lished 1S79) Chicago, HI. A Tliousan.il Tongues DEN: 1ST. "Onice, over Collins Orocery. same office anl2-l- y lately occupied by Dr. W. W. nurgin. Dr. Louis H. Landman No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at the Hotel Zlmmcr, Ilichmond, Ky., on Not worth paying attention to, you say. Perhaps you have had it for weeks. It's annoying because you have a constant desire to cough. It annoys you also becaus; you remember that weak lungs is a family failing. At first it is a slight cough. At last it is hemorrhage. At first it is easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she Says of this Koyal Cure IS soon romovsd the pain In my chest audi Could not express the nie hi. springer, oi rapture 6rAn- lin nowaru si, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1899, returning every second Wednesday o. each nionth. Reference every physician of Richmond, Ky. febl6-l- KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Lniagtefl. R. LIS. CA1E, Pitiilnt, Ij. EltARY, BIBLE, MEDICAT AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition ft-- r Literary and Bible Coarse $n a year. More than twenty teachers. $10,0"0 cvmniutum. TliniiRAnds nf successful alumni. Social and moral welfare of students receive special attent'on. Ooen to both sexes. For JlyI7-t- f catalogues address the President. ClieprH quickly conquers your little hacking cough. There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubt cornea from neglect. For over half a century Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs and preventingconsumption. It cures Copsumption also if taken in time. . . i ILLINOIS short line to -- m Pectoral Keep one el. New OrleansBest Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. Ask your ticket asent to particulars or write to R 11 Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. . r. filer's Cfccrrg . Federal Piasters ever tciff . lugs II set coea. Shall we send yoa a book on this subject, free? Our Hesltc- -I a prompt replr. rulout cot. Adarau'lJK. J. CAYKTt. liiweU.UH. ad rice vim can poj blr obtain, write the doctor freely. Yon will receive If yon hare anr complaint slid deilre the beit medleat whatever Dietmattt. A. II. HANSON, O, r. A., Chicago. WM. A. KELL0NB, A. O. P. An LonlsTiUe. can now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe " So will every one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery BOOK OF THE DOG. for any trouble of tho Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c ami SI 00. Trial bottle, freo at Perry & Thomas' Dm; Wo liavo received from tho Associat 5 Stotej every bottle guaranteed. ed Fanciers, 400 N.'l bird street, Phila delphia, a copy of their Dog Buyers' 'HICK'S FORECAST FOR MAY. uuide. it contains a lluely executed colored irouiisnicce; wen drawn en Hicli's sum up of the weathi r for the gravings ol nearly every breed of dog, follows: remainder of May and all kinds of dog furnishing good period is central on. We should judge that the book costs A regular-Staru- i tho 12tli, covering tho llth to lfith, to produce a great (leal mora than the This period will develop a very high price asked 15 cents and we should temperature for tho season over mo advise all our readers, who tiro Inter of tho country. Thd banjmeter will Ikj ested in dogs to send fur the book. depressed generally, and ' some wide LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET. reaching storms will appear on am to llth. A reaction touching tho 12th Tho market this wcok has fluctuated to ary disturbance centers on- 18th. More marked storm conditions more than usual, but tho average range' will developed nt this t imo,and tho Moon of values has difleicd but little from being on the equator on tho lGth , tho those of last week, except for tobacco warm wave and electrical storms will In soft condition, which lias been somebarely reach their crisis, or subside what lower. The tendency of the mar before the date. Very cool weather ket is upward for tobacco of the colory comes on the heels of electrical storms, type, while leaf of the red type selling during the last half ot May. The tem from $3 to $12 has been irregular, witli perature will fall low enough for snow a tendency to easier prices. 'The sales squalls in the north, "Svliich heavy frosts of the weok included four hogsheads at uight. Marked hail storms nre nota of one crop (sold at the Growers' ware ble during the'euus period. May ends house,) nt $20, $18.25, $10 and $12.25; much wrinerlnnuTthrtatening. ' Thei also twoMiOgsheads sold t;the Miiuli street liouso at $19 each Poet. Venus period will culminate ill Juno is-nthe-17th and disgraced; any foreign nation which, for its own brutal and selfish purposes, attempts to use the American peoplo as a cat's-pain schemes of fraud and violence,, w ill find itself tho victim of the reactions of its own malevolent scheming., Justice, lilierty, progress through justico''and liberty, until tho whole world is elevated by our- national lifo as it has been by the individaul life of Washington that is tho manifest destiny of America; for that the flag stands and for ihatGcr. are willing now, as they always have been, to stake every- cmng, Knowing mat wiien issues are made against liberty and in favor of imperialism everything is at stake for tiiem, the American ltag and for all that is worthy ol survival in the world. w One of the things," raid an unmarried lady to The Flyman of the Ver utiles Sun tho other day, "that no woman ever fails to resent is the suggestion that she had anything whatever to do witli marrying her husband. She may be as meek and humble as the traditional worm, but let anybody hint that she did the proposing and she turns on you with a snapping denial. So well understood is tins leininine idiosyncrasy that we have facitly ac cepted it as n polite, if ridiculous theory, that It i3 only by dint of tho most persistent persuasion that a woman is over induced to forsake the state of sin gle blessedness. We oven carry the idea, so lar tliat we say a gin is inarrieu 'to' a mail, and that sho is 'led' to the altar, as if she was more or less of a victim, instead ot being pieaseu to death at her good luck iu catching the man sho wauted. 1 Vulcan Chilled Plow, -iirst-clas- mm isjjjL1 11111 SSrnMnng gm in fli CenterCut A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL anc EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. El CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tunes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents. JAM?S F, BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, And Bell BlfUl - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO, m Our store iswDjsc Harrows. Ijjjlr heavily stocked every ill 1 For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. Janiviy. with article s found in a Hardware Store, such as Collars, Hames, Traees, Backhands, etc., Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. SEND US f UI tent j 9m UU Mlf Cat UU ad. mi Mil to with f I. WO, Mrf IXritOVl It Jilt Ul'fclUI PAKUtU UUUAft, kj freight C. U. U.,MbJclt umlBfttlM. Yoac&nexjLtniiie It at yournearett freight ie)ot, m4 if yuuflnJlt exactly a rcprcnvatcil, equal to oruan that tall at 7:.VU t t OO. OO, the inratest Talue roueTcrsawand r better than organs a4erUwd byothen at more money, my daja offer price 331. 75( be freight agent mur apcrlal st!ie tl.oQtor ia.7S and Height charges. .31.751S OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE JSS..?SS ONE DOLLAR NCURABLE DISEASES Many diseases considered in El Mr. Wji. Buckley, pur experienced tin- Si ner, is constantly iu demand for guttering, fflJsj mm ruuimg huh. repairing. We will not be mm Undersold mua curable are catarrn under other names. Simple catarrh In the head is called incurable. Con sumption is ca tarrh of the lungs, nnd its victim is, no Taylor Bros. BrSJinrErrTilGafSJW ffHiEM, m r?a atval sea Iks areas laalraetisw GUARANTEED 25 VEABS. Ihyaihm. tfh mn offer nan never made before. HE ACVE QUEEN Is onoul theitMKAiiiJcikU3TOrri:9T uMnnur.tMBfiefTp4e.. Frvm tha lllimraikm Miown, which cnrTel dJreet from a ph"Urarli,yoa ran form some ldeaotiU vnuuiui appearar.ro, aiaae iriitn ao,ic qaaner mhcd rtk, antique nnirninsnaionieiyuccoraieuanuuritajnentca, ill. .t I4i!i.l,l.' Tlllt iriK UrrkS it fi fnol &fruh VtT.K itffhr lMifr, Z3 Inches wide and weighs 360 ponnda. Coal im ocx irea, n atup, as xoiiowsi uisptsoa, rririii, irt rtaiU, Bm Cytfr. rr, DUpa OtUie loplrr fart lidTli 4 trU Cr4 0rfB 8 writ, mt 31 Ortfatilrsl TmH rwut-r- r nr VIlij Ktr4s 1 Sri rareSwrrt XrlJa -rJ, I tit f 31 larwicljBrlitllCrtBee, IM ! IUrM:KrrU, I i: i Bttersi fi rfliaclpl Rtrrfb Till ACHE Ql'KKN ar I n finUtur tho celebrated Srwrll Keeevwhlrbareonlr . In the h1;brt tirade Instrument; lilted with naav ivapier i uimiii. aiao teifc Ut'lfe be) ea t hrrt, etc..iri lo a nt the best rubber cloth, r M?:bw tock and finest leather In vaUes, IHK Yt UK Ol'KUN fs fsrnffhed with a KxU berelnl trfitch mirror, nickel l laU-- tcdl frames. IT- - faraka free m kta4- uttl erery modern f niproTeruent. .- - j rr price c&trg rrll, .3il tli, Otn, llaa3 rif iri, et bcrs of people die of consumption needlessly. It is certain that every phase of catarrh, including many cases of consumption, are cured by the right Dr. Hartman's treatment. great prescription, attacks catarrhal diseases sciuntiucally nnd cures incm. Dr. Hartmnn explains It fully in his books which are mailed on application Hero is a letter from Mrs. llarmenlng, Mazo Manic, Wis., who is one of many a, cured of consumption by She says: Medicine Co., Columbus, O. DnAit Sirs: "I cannot praise your remedy too highly. Last winter 1 had la grippe and hemorrhage of tho lungs followed. All tho doctors around here told mo I had to die of consumption. Then I thought I would asic Dr. II artman for advice, which I did. He prefor me, and I took it scribed according to his directions and was cured. I advise everybody that is troubled with lung disease to take Dr. nartmnn's treatment I urn sure they Will not regret it if they do, I am now cniovinsr good health, and caa tkwjk a, re-ra-nPe-ru-Pe-ru-I'e-ru-- doubt,pasthclp in the more advanced stages; but great num Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. c rrpnir i iree ai enarcc iry nono monmana we will ref-myour ntoney if yon are. not perl ectly tatl ified. ftoo of them organs will te sold at 11. Is. AT ONCE. 1H1XT HKI.AV. Qlin RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED n a Tn -a not dealt with us ask your neighbor about us.wilte the publisher or this paper or Metropolitan Kalional XUnk, or Corn Kj change Nat. Bank. Chicago; or (lerman Eichanue Gank, New York , or any rail-no- d or eipre company in Chicago, We aae srtlisl mt ere s:oo,uon.oo, occupy entlm one of the laive-- t tuinem ttm-In Chc&dro, and emptor nearly 10i0popl4 In our own buildlntr. nit 8EU.ORGA5S AT23.uitaa4 ap: 1 l aadapi also eTerylhlniT In musical InstrumenU at lowest wholesale price. Write for free spec orpan, i iaaQ and mnfcarlntrnment catalogue. Address, ( Sui, h Ca. are taeewtsal rttlaWa. Clter.) SEARS, ROEBUCK Sl CO. (Inc.), Fulton, DetpUlnet and Wayman Stt., CHICAGO, ILL. Uti' a written blndin? which term. and conditions o If any fart IVMSS paarantee, the by Rives out pwMUaed. It:ii:i "t ru(S Rack JAMES T.. HAMILTON, Monuments; Tombs, Headstones, Proprietor. Statuary and .Foreign and American Marble and Granite. Florida Havana Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key Ycst, Havana, Santiago, shdrtl g San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets 1 lie i rain iicrvico is perfect Iti detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson- vi.i.r ci nni'.r Cincinnati to pi Havana. tf PJNE WORK A SPECIALTY. Marble, Granite, or any kind of Those who aro contemplating Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call nt tho old stand in tho reai of the M. 13. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand n large stock of fluuduiil work to" select from. at prices to pitit all elapses oi buyers. WMn. W. (i. liOUOHEIt, ono of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in clmrgo of onr establishment nnd this means satisfactory work in ovnry phtso. Parties (ivintr at a distance, should wri to to us for designs, which will bo furnished on application. ' .:JANTiACO aSHfitcr T 1 GJ'.A.. smr Y6)5K patuoxage solicited.-- ? for it" JKMES T. HH7VCILTON, Proprietor. 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 11 The Richmond Climax. force, lie is patting liimsolf 011 the back to J. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to' "Show theTTiJest for having snatched them from the and finest hue of r v. n . burning, so to speak, as the iiibbish was cast in the fire-bo- x under.the big bears my name. It is my own idea of a boilers of the Government Building. strictly hygienic, anatomical shoe, and gives the greatest possible amount of Will Entertain Sam Jones While Here. comfort, style and durability ever sc: 'Rev. Mr. Herbert, of tho Methodist oured from" a shoo. I do not think church, this city, will entertain Itev. I shall everk'iinw greater satisfaction in Sam Jones during his stay hero, w here lifo than the thought that it lias been he will lecture on May 27. Mr. Her-'be- rt my privilego to solve the problem of was converted under the preach- foot comfort for my sisters throughout ing of Mr. Jones, and is one of his the length and breadth of the laud." staunchest friends. He is also one of Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left wa brought from our The Jenness Miller hygienic shoes the most eloquent and spiritual of men; art; confined to Douglas, Bright & Co., as long as they last. Our Store that we will sell at yotjk own as such his conversion is a star in the 307 West Main street, this city. goods are of the new crown of Mr. Jones. Tho latter is conducting a big tent meeting in Louis Tho Lexington street railway and ville and is meeting with mucli suc tho Hercules ice plant have been sold cess. Some of the newspapers there to a Richmond, Ya., syndicate. nro scoring him unmercefuily, as usual, bnt their attacks seem as harmless as water on a duck's hack. Allready half And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buy until you the seats nre sold for bis lecture here. have seen our goods. Wo guarantee to sell j'ou more goods and better although it is nearly two weeks oil- Tickets on sale at Stockton & Hagan's quality for the money than ever you got before. Our drug store. Q. W. Evans, riff.) Notice of Against Kale Central University Commencement Exercises. Winnie Wilson, &c, - Dfts.) In Equity. of Sunday, June 11th, 11 a. m. Bacca Br virtue of a Judgment and order of Balethe Circuit Court, laureate sermon by itev. Thos. Cum tlie Madison thereof, ISV0, in rendered atstyle April Term the above a candidate for County Clerk, subject mlns, D. D.. Handerson, Ky. cause, the undersigned will, on At a meeting of tiic School Board to the action of the Democratic Party. Sunday, Juno 11th, S p. in.,;sermon for the purpose of taking suitable ac fn behalf of 1 . M. U. A , by Itev, SATURDAY, MAY 27, tion upon the death of Hon, P. H. Sul 1899. Democratic Committee Meeting. Hood's nils enre lirer Ills, the non Irritntlng ana Joseph Rennie, Covington, Ky. li Van, County Judgo of Madison county. only catharUe to take ulth Hood's Sanspsrlllm. Monday, June 12th, 11 a. m., prepara the following resolutions were unam Between the hours of 10 o'clock a., and II tory department commencement mousey adopted: At a meeting of the Democratic com o'clock, a. m., on the premises, in Richmond, full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to Monday, June 12th, 8 p. 111., class day Madison county, Ky., proceed to expose to mittee of Madison county held at the WiiKueas, Judge P. II. Sullivan the place of his birth, the town spring exercises. public sale, to the highest bidder, the following GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see measure and court house in Richmond, Ky., on described property, vii: has been called hence by an 13th. 11 a. in., Tuesday. 11, in the Monday, May 1st. 1899, it was ordered Lots No. in block us and save money at , providence, entailing upon our com Ithtrst having never been luiiyciiuii meeting of June of curators. annual Dillingham 6,7 and 8 to the cityNo. Richmond, board of Addition that a mass convention be held in each munity a sorrow which time alone can Inated. Somerset Progressive Home Tuesday, June 13th, 11 a. m., law col Kentucky. Oracufficient quantity to produce on1 voting precinct in Madison county orheal, and being sensible of the creal Journal. the lege commencement. Annual address the sum of $160.50, and amount of money so Saturday, July 1st. 1899, at 2 o'clock p. the costs hereof. loss thus sustained by tho better forcet Mr. Dan II. Breck. of Richmond by Hon. E. J. MacDermott, Louisville dered to be made, will be made on a credit of S TERMS. Sale m. to solect delegates to a county Demtnat operate lor the upholding ol oui district agent of tho Massachusetts ivy. and 12 months equally. The purchaser will be ocratic convention to bo voted for as laws and the upholding of our homes. Mutual Life Insurance, is hero in th required to give bond, with good security, for Tuesday, June Representative for Madison county in company, of which meeting of alumni13th, 3 p. m., annual the payment ot the purchase money, to have bo it interest of that association. the force and effect of a Judgment, bearing the next General Assembly of KenRcsolivd, That we coincide with the HMayor J. N. Menefee is local agent. lien Tuesdr.y, June 13th, 8 p. in., annual legal interest from the day of sale, with a purtucky. reserved upon said property until all the universal sentiment of regret that tint astantord Journal. junior oratorical contest. Tlie basis of representation in each The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher chase money is paid. death has spread throughout our coun Wednesday, Juno 14th, 11 a. in., com Dr. David Bennett was host to abevv S. E. SCOTT, voting procinct shall be one delegate for in Richmond ty, and attest our high regard for the of attractive voting ladies in a lowei mencement day. Master Commissioner M. C. C. each fifty votes cast in tho respective mayl7-i- if lamented deceased. box on the loft, among thom: Mrs. precincts for the Democratic electorial Programme For Commencement Week at mayS-OMain St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. Jivsohcd, That wo believo that the Waller Bennett, Misses Helen, Anne ticket lor L'rcsitienc in island one vote Madison Institute. Mcauso ot Education, in which Judge ind .Laura Bennett, of Itichmond. and for each fraction of tweiuy-fiv- o votes oi Sullivan was over a potential factor iD Miss brace Pearson. Lexington Lead more cast at said election. Baccalaurate Sermon Sunday morn this county has lost a truo friend. er. Tho members of Madison county ing, Aiay liist, at the Chnstam church whofce Hie Ultimately associated With Democratic-committeeresiding in each Friends of Mr. Thos. A. Rice.brother by J. H. Garrison, Editor Christian voting precinct shall call the precinct physicians had been continually nt his was it from his youth up. of Messrs. Henry and Sam liico. will Evangelist, St. Louis, Mo. Y. W. C convention to order and iprcsiclo while bedside. His wife was exhausted, hit1'etohcd, That wo fool it a duty and be pleased to hear that his health is A. Sermon Sunday evoniug. May 21st, tho convention is in mission and certify brother almost ill from worryand work, ;i privilege to add this feeble testimon improving. He is located at presoiit by Dr. John Sampey ol the Southern o Madisox Circuit o NEW the result to the county convention toi but Mr. Baxter, with splendid endur ial to the worth and work of our de ays fatanlord Journal, at Phoenix, Baptist Theological Seminary, Louis- C. D. Chcnault. Adm'r. with the will Court. 3 O 1 Notice ance and fidelity, kept constant vigilHi ceased ofWm R. Green, dee'd., - Plff. bo hold on the lrd ui July. in a common cause. Arizona which is a long ways from ville, Ky. Monday afternoon from 4 to Tn Against fof Sale. All known Democrats nnd otlion-- j by the stricken couch. Permitting, oi the upiuiitig ot the masses of the peo- Jordan or Brlartown. Z 0 o'clock, Art Reception. Monday at James R. Green, Ac., - - - Dfts. J '99- wlio supported the Democratic electo-- ! rather compelling the others to take the ple. T. T. Covington, In pursuance of a Judgment of the Madison o p. in., Miss Mary CO Mrs. Vornon Beggs, nee Miss Mabel Elocution Recital Coyle Willbygive an Circuit COurt, rendered in the above styled acral tickot for President in 18!X, and the rest and gain strength for the ordeal i" CO C"3 Hi G. W. Evaxs, Miss tion, at its April Term. IS.1 J, the undersigned, c -Louis, lias been enjoying Campbell, vocalist. assisted those who pledge themselves to sup tor which ho snew ail their pow o Committee. EU'errill, of St. ZZ Tuesday at S p. m. as Admiinistrator with the will annexed of Wm. 3 o ai or several weeks the rest and quiot the Primary and Preparatory Depart- R. Green, deceased, will, on S port the nominees of the county Demo- ers would be required. One day hope S s 2. or CO Jf C Resolutions ol Richmond Lodge No i t hnma ivlilr.il fwir nil Innttlfwl liunlfl c cratic convention, shall bo entitled to. tinea tne breasts ot all that JUdgo Sul In all the new rich dark SO S. " i .e ments will give an interesting "pro A. 0. U. W. young ma- gramme. Mdomandcd. The charming 74, participate in the precinct conventions livan would recover but on tho next colorings, special designs. Wednesday at a p. ra. tho I rt ron Is rapidly regaining her strengtl J. 15. (Jiienaui.t, Oh'in. the shadow of tho inevitable was seen H WIIKUEAS, Almighty God, in hit piano, r-!3E ' and a message came to Miss Man Hinilnito mercy nnd wisdom, has called hand her many friends will rejoice when give anvoice, and mandolin classes will Thursday, William J kit, Sec. ' n entertainment to which variety Oaaso Sullivan that her brother was sinking, trom ttie die is entirely restored. s a will be given by choruses, recitations labors of hltrhei TO'in s s s O o Ir would hardly be expected at ther fn a few hours our community was .md better life, this earth to abeloved!! Mrs. Harry Milter Winn has returned and pantomimes. Thursday morning, our dearly 23 XNonii mat, a ennu oi tne iamous auon- - startled by tho news that Judgo Sul 3 brother, Patrick Henry Sullivan Winchester, after a pleasant visit to May 2o. at 10:30 will be tho fortysec-on- At 10 o'clock, a.m., on the premises, ou the Bto o tionist, General Cassias Marcellus Clay. livan was no more. Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike Road, Commemccment. Rev. It. T about one mile southwest 8f Richmond, offer wiikueas, m his death his lamiUnnor mother, Airs. Elizabeth .Minor, tins our distuigutslied and venerable friend l The homeward journey was at once has sustained a severe blow, the o Airs. Winn lias . about recovered Matthews. Newport, Ky,, will deliver for sale, at public auction, to the higest bidder, On up in price to the fine Pressed mill Ldlnu- - fitl7Pll. M'fltlhl nnnnen ntn-- trranged but was deterred at the re . Cf...,,.. .. i . : : l .: tracts of land owned and the address. To muoy.. public cordiallyall these exercises the twoGreen during his lifetime occupied by W. .Il-- er CP '""fa 2mC nf tllr. I!nl--- nt H..,lorcM,r:il uu.cu.iuuuiuiiiia"""' . measure looking to the equality of the 5R. 25 l'apors. Xo use to waste your and allotted to e udarming illness, during which sho was nnfl flue Imfiro luitmtii rmlf-or- . invited. is and occupied by his widow as dower until her negio and the whites.... But w . record which made a remarkable denionstra-looking at small valuable time member; the ii nun leuueeti. death. One tract lies and fronts on the east i. .1... i ...l.l. tiou in honor of tho deceased, headed arnest fore be if rewired. That we. lmMcoh has returned to heriiuwever. her Deafness Cannot lie Cured side of the Lancaster Turnpike and adjoins the J here Kimplo books of old stylo job b. Senator ibulon 11. Vance. brethren, extend to the family ol ouiKJte is more elastic, andcheeks, voice nificantof the lofty intolligcnce of theply Ex-lands of Mrs. Ellen Gibson on the north and T. her papers. We have a number of .Southern-bor- n lady, that when, nt tlug" North Carolina. Then the sad lamented brother our sincere synijiathj'.Gwliicli is one of rare Sweetness has re- by local applications as they cannot C. Uroriston on the east and south, and conNational American Woman's Sulfrairt pilgrimage negan, wun nil that was 3 ind assure them that the virtues oifjsumed the soulful qualities that have reach the disease portion to the ear. tains about experienced Panor Hangers. There is only one way to cure deafness. , Association, at Dutioit last week, a col-- f fmortal of Judge Sullivan encased in their loved one tho audiences wherever she and that is bv constitutional remedies oied woman from Michigan oifered aKh't'idsome metallic casket. Tho little ind affections. shall live in our Ilsang, Deafness is caused by an inflammation We Chftree lo resolution demanding that coloredrleorteJ:e arrived hero in safety on Fri jie Ainu, in wen m. f. n - c... lining of women ill tho Ninth be iieriiiitted to lay iiioriung just as tlio sun was pur ,ini ii juTiner ttmIITU. i ouveimito i., aoiis iiiia of tho mucous this tube tho Eustachian And lies almost In a square. Vjpon this tract is ..ll);.l ii Tube. When inflamed you " is ride in the same ears with white worn pling the hills and valleys that the ZZXZZ. .... u IKbeen dissolved by the retirement of A. residence The have a rumbling en, .Miss Laura Clay, of Kentucky, lamented dead had so loved in life mo r '"'n. r.r lAtijiiv in uui uuuuuceu iuuiiier.1 H. Severance, who Will locate nt Hen hearing, and when sound or imperfect situated the of land liesadd improvements west . ".''L!- - L1 other tract and fronts on the it is entirely closed, side of the Lancaster Turnpike and contains I lie body was borne to the home oft for hanging tlinn those who cut up warmly ntiacKeo tne resolution as an ...,l I vrl'jr 111I1I1CI1CUi .1... rV.CllLUUJV lersonvillo, J. C. where he took his ....:! IUU IM about thirty-fltand adjoins insult to Southern white women. Aftei Sherlll Coiyer on lncnster Avenuo. Workman. Richmond Chi max. Ken wife, nee Miss Florrio Heath, for her Ueaincss is the result, and unless the lands of Mrs. o Wrrt. (35) acres, the north and Ihe nnd otherwise destroy your paper. Irvine an inflammation can bo taken out and this lands of Adam Oreen on the southwest. thn a warm debate tiie resolution wok whore the funeral was held on Fridav tucky Register and Pantagraoh for uealth, and where the doctors say it is Each tubo restored to its normal condition, of the two tracts will be offered in two parcels Hbest for her to remain. Mr. Severance thrown out as tending to create factional afternoon at 4. This was probably the publication. Fraternally. Did altered wnoie, ana tne feeling. will put in an ice plant in Ins adopted hearing will be destroyed forever! nine anu men as aeach tract will nest accepted In most notable gathering ol the Kiud in way for .IAMKH H. A I.LMAN, be and city, and the people are so anxious for cases out 01 ten are caused by Catarrh. this reported. We all know Miss Clay to be. in in the history of the county. Truo, only W. P. Baxtkk, TERMS. This land will be sold nnnn nrrcHt him to do so that thev have donated a winch is nothing but an miiamed con tolligonce, culture, patriotism and forcef t youtn, as it were, wps dead, but tlu-Geo. Prkwitt, of six and twelve (6 and 12) months, in equal desirable lot for tho plant. Mr. Sever dition of tho mucous surfaces. of character, the equal of nnv woman Hearts ol the young, tho midd interest A. D. Mii.lek. e will give One Hundred Dollars payments, with required from day of sale. Purrince is an energetic young man and we chasers will be to execute bonds with engaged in the noble work of disen iuu the old, were hied with a sorrow asu Committee on Resolutions il iro sure he will make a success of his for any case of Deafness (caused bv approved security, payable to the undersigned, Mounted on Spring Rollers, fixthralling her sex from the unjust ine tervent as theya patriarch had passed catarrh) that cannot be cured bv Hall's as Administrator of the will annexed of Wm. R. undertaking. Stanford Journal. came from far and near! Resolutions of Respect. qualities under wiueii it oxiats, ami awaj, and Green, deceased, and bearing interest from tures complete, ready to hung, Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars! free. day of sale, with lien retained, having the force lfltnn ulm oi- - f rv rr.t, .Ia.i... ..rw... !.!. by thousands to mourn the death ol . aiw.. Ij ' ' b livjtlll 1II1JU l from 10c ou up in price. I'. J. Uiiexey & Co., Toledo, O, whereas. Death has. taken fromand effect of a Judgment. Possession will be of Nature's Noblemen their Tlirfk nf (.niitiitii.lltLilicn, dir. uiu Sold by Druggists, 75c. lven on ucioper i, 1S3, anu tne purencser will 'Dir.J toara , tlir OVUfl) fl.ri bur number our beloved brother Pat. .. . . . . . cr.lic b II -up by a high sense of right and ex tnend. ave the right to seed before Dossesslon is bo Jiiuiiuuuo, met Jlesolved, pediency. Miss Clay has, probably iin.K""""-,";- " of " uniformed rank rick H. Sullivan, thereforedeathit white Ttev. T, Tj. Iv vlr will nrprtnli nt. Qniuiil Hall's family Pills are the best, lm That in Ins vers, the s 6l her colleagues. 3lj?I,ks like C. D. Chenault, I till Thrown From a Buggy. HIMMMitm ldge Io. 43. Knights of Pythias ha? b;juaiuaV S3 travoled this nation over, from them01 BOCret orllPrs, an, all soke the com- - lost one of her truest, brightest and Swell Baptist church on the fourth Sun Adm'r. with the will nnnetrrl nf Wm n flday in May, at 11 a. in. As Mrs. James W. Smith and Mrs. Green, deceased. majlO-l- w snowy North to its sunny southernl!"1"" "JU""5' Jt ,H P.1101,1.0 n,l.n.u' most laithiul sons. J V. MS STREET. jiev. i ui. iioss iiioyu s nuuress was John I. White were driving down the That while wo bow in humblo sub street from tho latter's home on tho lI,c and not theories are to be met nndfl , RICHMOND, KY. mission to the will of Providence, yet Summit the horso ran away and turned solvod. W'u mot gui iiu&iur 10 me ueceaseti. inoy nail wo sustain an irreparable loss and feel Wall Paper, Window Shades. Faints, Oils, Hiately campaigned together on a "moral s the buggy over at Myers' mill corner, . . Palmotto State, whore Glass, etc., stock the largest, prices always .i grief wo cannot express. un r. xhdi)eli auniiav. iviav i. our lioth ladies were hurt, Mrs. Smith far the lowest. service for her sex in one camnalgnf",,v",c"l;'u ""u lu luo ""IIU" "ciiiy That the heart felt svmnathv of thif- ggood friend. Hon. Hugh Riddle, of Ir. more seriously than her companion f..- - ..... r.i,... .i. i.i ti'Ji our common race intemperance Eubank Assignee Globe lot-t- hat theintelligent. cultured womenHtl,ey "ac presented a united, invincible louge be extended to the lamiiv of oui iivine. was apprised ofof the arrival at Mrs White's injuries were slight Wm. A. & Loan Co., 1111. against ) Notice ot Bldg. Sale Mills home at Irvine, a bouncinir babv bruises ou tho shoulder and back. Benjamin Field, &c , - - Deft. f Equity. SEND US ONE DOLLAR of that Comnionwealth might havtKlrom- - fhey Know each other as yet- - deceased brother, 4 KKSKKTUIB er incsc r. uuu Knowing, iiitta copy oi minutesresolutions be&oaugnier, named Annie lor its pater- Mrs. Smith's forehead was lacerated Bv virtue of a Judgment and Order nf nil. or tookIV.I'J paltera freight C.O.D- - mbject CUiL ASO WOOD " uiuuuj rights and a choice in their rulen-Sl". tbeir MOE, by to examination. lodge of There, as in otln.it iru?l reverence, and lovo were the spread upon the city papers the a copy siiai JiiHuuuiuuier. toe n me nine House for three inches, her arm, shoulder, and the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the coamuiHfreight and it aii -nlmll our published in the as inanusomuas iier back being fearfully bruised. Tho horse April Term thereof, 1839, in the above styled depot and if and guum quuun snail oi uieir association. thickly populated negro States. sIk.K1 ...... uewvaavs. St s cause, the undersigned will, on found perfectlO IUI'U1U1 AO wheeled at the corner crashing the bug 'e procession ecemed endless, the sent the family of the deceased. learned lessons that she has evidentlj&L ly satisfactory J. Taluot Jaokson, ipierpa, ner luture is assured. gy into a lamp post loosening the ve- ail lbt prvaieat not forgotten, and when she returns togloo8t,e'er ,soe" ,ler, and 518 C1.YDE Hart.' by c c,lo8F" st.ore8 a,ul 8l,enl uicie irom nun. now the ladies es SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1899, Btte niK. those chivalric people of the South shetT . U1X you S. Z. Douolas, eyer mw caped a worse fate is la surprise. Mrs. will not blush for tho part she took inBJ. ,ooker?' tl,e b(.1,s. to,Ied m melan- heard Committee. " cauence witn the meitsured tread White, forgetful of lior own iniuries. About the hour of 11 o'clock, a. m., at the or pay the sparing them from the added burdenB of. rom the lofty roof ol! nuuse uour, ill which this Michigan negrcss would,f lna,,y f,eet' Haley. At his home near Bowland, accompanied Mrs. smith to hor home iiuii.vt ,uc lyuutbKentucky, nroceeil iticnmona, riuiutiT Madison to exnrntn AHKST mmt gl h court house draped long streamer- place upon them. April 10th, Mr. Alfred Haley, aged 55 but was persuaded to return to her to public county. the highest bidder, the follow- jriCUL sale, to run r. got black and the old bell's in u filed lk. years, lie was a member ot the Chris- - home and send for a nhvsician. Mrs, ing described property, vit: unii " mw na.j nin i $13.00 'u Vb stones reminded all that tho Honest. Smith a condition is not alarmin?. but Lots Nos.21 and 28 in block No. 6, in the Dil- less Mrs. J. B. "Willis has a century plant nan cnurcu ior kj years, and leaves a .... rJ f n1!. rm ... .lj.n.t the WRITE POROUK BIO FREE to the city wife and a largo family of children to win require caretui attention lest other lingham Additionfour shares ot of Richmond, ent with ortor sale. Kentucky. Also CATALOGUE stock In or 112.00 the grave was completed nmld complications, like pneumonia, should Globe Building and Loan Co., belonging the der freight charpea. biUVL Kmoirn his loss. He was buried in to and furious storm, which had burst while Mrs. Ollie Grogory Shaw is visiting stnniord cemetery. Deceased was tho setup. Mr. Smith was absent in tho Benjamin Field. Or a sufficient quantity to lftHxlSKll. toplatZxS3: This stoTe la site No.8.0Ten li nuuie from bet plff Iron, eitr an produce flues, heavy coTfrs, heavy lining and prates, tho procession was of 277.01, motion. It uncle of Mrs. Mary Bolton. Mrs. Drum mountains but was telegraphed to come money so the sum to be made,the amount ot Urge oven shelf, heavy if) seemeu us tnougii tneinelements were tt Winchestor. oven door, handsoroa and the costs lanre ornamentations ami trimmings., extra home. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mrs. hereof. ordered e Mr. T. J. Smith returned from Cin- - mer White and Mis3 Martha Parsons, of Dan Harbor, Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, deep, merwlr. lH)usoiiant with the troubled hearts ol TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit of 6 Urrre lanre jrenulne BuatfUa pvrttlala Ila4kirstr ! , and ornamented base. Bst ting p.ace months the people and voiced their feriof in cinnati last week. tnakint? It per and Mrs. C. E. Woods, and is one of give bond, The nurchascr will be rennlrprl In we furnish fKKK an extra wood irrat. GCjIKASTKKa with with the payment rect wwd baravr. YTK 1S3LE A BISDUO thunder's roar, wild winds, and a tor Miss Ethel Terrill gave a beautiful the most genuinely loved ladies in the of the purchase good security, forthe force and every stove and guarantee- safe delivery to your money, to have Lexington, Ky. station. Tour local deaur rent irom the mKv clouds tliat hnnr lawn party on Monday night county. effect of a Judgment, bearing legal interest for such a stove, the freight would charjre you ISS.C0 Is only about 11X0 lor from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon each 600 miles, m w above the city like a pall. ym at lea SIO.OO. Address. In College Base Ball Circles. said property until all the purchase money is SEARS. ROEBUCK&CO.ONCJ CHICAGO, ILL Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pigg. of London. .ciscwucre am resolutions 01 respect are guests paid. S. E. SCOTT, (Stan, Keckata A Cc an taamtalr nUaala,Xdltr.) ilarrcd Plymouth Rock. oi Air. Martin 1'igg. from the Bar, the A. O. U. W., the Following Irom Dnnvillo Advocate: Master commissioner M. L. C. mayl0-2apr5-6Twenty years a breeder of this one Dr. L. J. Frazeo is attending Grand i utuuoi uuum, eloquent j i C. V. Beaton. Wood's "eas7 tilings." itributes ' of tho high esteem in yhich Lodge of Macabecs at Frankfort. vanety, stock better than ever before, from Central University, were defeated M AUm Biheir dead colleague was held. But KB Mrs. Maud Granan. of Corbin.is visit Roosters from E. B. Thompson, New Satuiday by Georgetown College. Score. REPAIRING AND TIMEINR PINE WATCUE3 'ike most to contemplate the mute ing JL JLJL loric. .eggs -- lb to 1" setting, gl. AH Work Guaranteed. to o nigger, tne meoiog., pitched her father, Mr. C. D. Samuels. a erisuiAijTy. sorrow ot the countless friends out in Mrs. M. F. Arruckle, for C U. the county, whose loss and ours for Miss Mary Sousloy. of Fleraingsburir.l Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. in8-3Bigger a tlieolog.l Why, Harry, he .. I .. .w. I mal resolves, however phrased, cannot L vicllimr AlA.O. J... I' IJ VUllUfjlUU) ,.O...ifj Mm Ir VS. portray. Tho public heart is 6tilled.j is the pitcher that turned your "misProper Tims, At Tho Mrs. Mattio McDowell Hanger is ex tho best emotions aro alert with Ilfn 1 fromStaunton, Vn. At the proper timo Mr. Charles It. fits" down 5 to a few weeks ago, and aim we vie wun eacn other in expres pected senior of the academic Tudor will announce for County Clerk. he is a sions of praise for tho iionored dead. Mrs. L. R. Blanton and Miss Kather- - He is a Democrat rat buliivan was about 35 years of! iuo It. Blanton are at homo from Paris. him, Allan Tudor, and his father before department. You never saw the name ap age, and had latelv been elevated was always one The Harry Giovaunoli throws this boqtict y Dr. Jno. Harris leaves was to the day lor plied to China before V the Judgeship of his county by a peo-- i Louisville W.attend the State Medical latter respectable citizen of his death a at our noggin: to highly of tho Jack's iuu who recognize truo merit arid areB 'Clarenco Woods, of tho Richmond wnoso .manv neiguuornoou Hc.ureeK Well, there 'js no appella .renerouB in its reward. We likn toi meeting. , . Kf.- - f :n i i i 2nd truth about every Richmond, Ky. wm uou" stanti ny unaries ChiMAX.ean toll the U.-think ol lilm as an example, of the. nnn. Miss Hottie Martin Frazce. who IimH "e,,OH thing, excepting a C. U. base ball tion in our language that sibilities of the humblest Amerirjin been quite sick for the past week, is game. Then ho puts his conscience in who steps forth Into the arena improving. cailSOCOIlipletelTdeSCribeB(;itlzen' cold storage, ignores Christianity and Special Rales lo Washington, D. C. Hvvilh brains, moral courage, and deter- ,f u is said to forgets that . . .. v. u ..... iio winninir iij uiiniiitia Mmiimnori in win tt T,irn ot iho inn .!.. tne ,f ,..u 17II, Miss Bessie Baughman snout several Tho Chesapeako and Ohio Ry. will If there is there that is bo hell." I..1... ...:. a land fairer than , ri- - finkDtatn n.tu w nen you nave seen our niivra meres always room, ilut 11 r.. nt I'aria. w.l.i:.t so "" ..v....u ...uuiuniuu, would be fruitless to attempt a nor- ED. C-- , aud return at one faro for the fay, we expect to reach it without be line of China you will! trayal of tho caieer of this young man Mr. Emery Petors, of Pittsburg, Pa.,Bfound trip, on May 22 and 23, good to ing barred 011 account of our narratives from humblecircumstances his uncle, Mr. M. M.Kreturn ten days on account of the concerning C- - C.-Keep Cool, Don't Gel If. games: Centre agree with us that it is! is inoiracably written in tho this record is tho guest of street. hearts nf ilarber, on High KPeaco Jubllleo. Two fast vestibtiled College, we simply said, had a battery held up the most enchanting col diose whoalong the his hands as he A business meeting of tho D. A. n ,'rV . who" are college boys protein. struggled thorny path ofl Ours is lection of medium priced! uie. lhank Ood ho lived to know thai will bo held at Mrs. C. D. ChonanltvS u'"' n'IJA1II,El' strictly bona fine collego team. If g) this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. lie had won a place which wealth ean- n.,, liicvilliy. m "We have just received a number of Refriggoods you ever saw. . vaiicu m..h that be false then wo will endow a Chair anot purchase nor death destroy in the Mr. J. J. Arvin, who resided nearki! a- u iUbUSIIII, u J .. ,tt III" at Centre for tho propagation of Truth ltu I'llyillUCUL erators, Ice Boxes, "Water Coolers, White gnearts of tho people. In the" JudgeV uay s terry, this county, uow of College Hill Cemetorv will T"A :nair ne grow rapiuiy m efficiency and Tir ""rvn rii T7n-'nlinf rcmuves nero. Eheld at Col eco Hii . Mav 20.at ao'nlonk as she is understood by Harmless Har 'u'ui''a" .vorth. and his position on all questiont-ividenccMrs. Carlo B. Brittain and the littlest' - m , to elect a new set of olficers nnd ry, tho Screaming Moses of Dix Rfvor. a high order of learning, and s. f justice and right. "Who will havr commodore, of Aunopolis, are theE'"0?1 a new Constitution and Resolutions ol Respect. courage to take up the reins where ruests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin.! A" ireo"8 owning lots are expected to J. D. Hamilton Lodge No. 578, :he J'. A A. M. they have fallen from this Jnan's grasp;! Mrs. J. S. Johnson and May 13, 1899. union urrv, flsJfcs- AtS7.50 Beautiful Reclining Cliait, ro tlmt aro nres tvill dare to do like ho did. andBer, Florence Elizabeth, of Maree?.! ibido W Bretiiken: Wo are called on again ,,i8J movable cushion. visiting their mother. Mrs. M. j!k P. May' 30. ."dsi,LM.tic?, to pay tho last tribute of respect to a All kinds of Fish-JUc- 5"! Mrn. n muoi., '; Klv". Miller will bo invited to deliver departed craftsman. At $4.50 Fancy uoiueu wiik winuowprelegnto .v.ife.i tooi,iij iiiui ui piacov anu Arnold, on High street. ).;. ing Tackle; Hooks to ohsenriiv? him IJro. Elislia G. Adams, was borntiin maya-3t- . Gov. and Mrs. Jas. P. Encle left on address. luccessor emulate his example, rememSeat. (V catch Madison county, Ky.. December 9, 1833. bering that the magnificent outnonr- lhursday last for Arkansas, via Louis-I- j was admitted a member of oHr lodge 011 Miss Poynlz Breaks an Arm. At $5 00 Beautiful lino Parlor Tables, ingof humanity to pay homage Ht thit-- ville, after visiting Mrs, W. 11. Miliei from a Sun Perch to ., .. .. 1. ... r i his During the meeting of tho Confeder- September 10, 180S. andcould health had iiuii At $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 line ot Leather! mg u tiviuu uui nic result, uir Hu aoitl- and other relatives here. not been such that he labor with a Channel Mud Cat. faith in his loyalty to Right. ate Veterans at Charleston, last week. Mr. Edwiu Stockton has Seat Itockers. Mirely the memory of such a life shalliphilip Wygant, youngest a letter fron J Miss Kathleen Poyntz, eldest daught us until May 3, 1899, he was called to son of we ever sav iinv long abide a potent influence in the Henry Wygant. which says the Cant er 01 jHTigauicr vcnerai (ur.; .1. ai. thattemplo not made with hands, eterAtTj'c, $1.00 and $1.25 lino of Dinin lattei nal in the heavens. Therclore be it places winch knew and loved his pres is now in command of Vancouver Bar Poynlz, of this city, fell through the thing to you alxut Chairs. Resolved, That in the death of Bro. ence. hatchway or the V. S. S. Raleigh, the Judgo Sullivan was tlirirn mnrrioil racks, Washington State. Adnuis his lamily has lost a kind nnd which was anchored in tha harbor, Mrs. Harry Baylor Hanger leaves lo- - breaking her arm. The accident was loving husband, father and grandfather, his last wifo, boing Miss White, of tint aay lorbaulthtb Marie. Mich., where unfortunate and ounty, who with a bright Jour-yeaserved to spoil the the church a consistent Christian, tho 4 id daughter, survives. Two brothers her husband has largo contracts. She pleasure of'the memorable occasion for community an upright citizen, the will be absent for soini time, to the re- the young lady. lodge a highly respected brother. Be Mlllivau. and Mr. Johns It will be recalled and) ashville, and a sister. MixsC ret of many friends here that her father was in command of the it therefoie city, are the sole surviv Resolved, That onr loss is his gain Mr. Henry P. Reid is rusticating at Kentucky brigade at this meetng and ;ing relatives, to each of whom the Alt. Sterling, much to the regret ol that Miss Kathleen, was one of the nnd that we bow with humblo submisCUT THIS IB .utiest measure of sympathy goes out several belles in. Rodesdale who think Maids of Honors. sion to him who knows best. Be it OCTMid itfttl la irom uic neans oi ail therefore sbbbbbjbbbbji Handsome Henry is cuter than a mule mi If n.M 111. Officer, Shot. vitti. itw mtu. ,t aiiin, w. .Hi mi jn uu Tor K'sar bt irxisht c o. b. Sits "Well, we will see you though wo know ho is not Resolved. That we tender the familv CWBCT TO I1III1I1W, r c It ml yvet rr.li kt d.Mi u ir ru litter. Call and see us. rwracTLT unMrurrasi, kueiLT is ritkisistkd, iqcil to bcugiis Chief of Police Feonv was shot in of our deceased brother our deepest Tho docket has not been closed, there Bill Owsley is well and once again THE KAXKJT IAHA1H TBS EYES SAW, Tat inm ATSM.M i ' tias snupiy been adiolirriment hntil presiding over tne uestiny 01 a mash the left leg near the thigh at 2 o'clock sympathy and point to tho author and p. m. yesterday by Anse Harris, . pro- hptsher ol our laith. lie it f urthet d freight sfcivjM. less tkeLW sent wtUi order. ' in course. it. WE MAKE THUS TOP BUflGY wctobt w ancioo, f(tirt A new JudgeWliert ho convenes tub, at Mock's distillery, in Boyle coun .... of the Powers & Harris saloon,. ItESOLVED. That a conv of these reso will Upon the ty. If "papa" will he good now we prietor ,1 BMOien pat la STS.S. t nt.-Style For 1899. Bodr Hoeiicn aim me ronrt, silting as n jury, will write 110 mora obit' ui ir:.. nnvui.thoiin lu.iru 111111. iinrris lutions hu sent 10 the family of our day assaulted an Is brother, a copy published, in Kicinoiul ftdeailierin E will a true verdict render, according to mines. Solid. M liHm, m iUutnted. or )1rewwr HUaiur Hlgli Onto krevMl Ma Sarren's Fatent.. T.p, 21 raelite ou First street and would not Climax, Masonic Home Journal and f.tho Jaw and evidence. And done who! Xnb HmtIIt Unnt, fall sMe ord back curt ilns. rtUOo.. ahSiZ Nathaniel Woodcock is in dur citv. permit Capt. Feedy to arrest him. The copy spread on the minutes of. this !know the record made by Judge Sulli-- I J3ul to My m.m Bugajrwork, Bodr bbek, OeariUrk ertcn representing a monbyed syndicate who trouble in tho afternoon resulted from lodge.- van m the lowor court have any fear Main iUIN AND BROADWAY,. Richmond, Ky. will open up here a graiu and cominis this, probably, and Harris.whilo dninic fciiELnv Jktt, .10 iur iuo juuguieut to do renaereu upj mmtMik a. wun sm MB Besar MUMin hiion house, handling stocks, bonds, etc Lirmed himself with two pistols, nnd .1. It. DCNUilt, LEXiNctOjir,-KY- i lujitwveu, UiJK. W. Nath. was offered the choice of sevtirnii when tho two anen met the shooting co dt,a.Y. : 4 ITI. Vnni v Ad dm. ft-- SEAM, ROEBUCK etl-l- y lolHces; but trite to his cause ac'cepiodMiook plaiie. Cant. Feony it CO. (Inc.). CHICAGO. ..CoMuiitte. ils uikstiBed t ' and tho nounlv offieerfl pilon. l'atrick Henry bulllvan, Judge or Richmond-Bar- . CMU?LElkT' PnpiMon and Editors. Nittie county court ol .Madison, brenttiettwind citizens, or Madison county held at A. n, v., anu iuu cuun iiuubu, in jiii'iiiiiuiiu, ivy :ui8 Inst at llenuersonvilla, ViC ii WOODS, Associate Editor. tuo news was receivea here with pro Mao 12. 1890, the following resolutions To Taini ihe Laughing Soil." : found 6orrov. for while his condition were adopted WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1P99. was jienerally known to bo serious there Whereas, It has pleased an All And not even Nature would was llttlo apprehension of his death wise I'roviuenco to remove from our year no nan wavereu in midst our friend and brother, Hon. allow the flowers to grow tor almost a rCBLiaUKUZVEKY WltDXKSDAY BT health, in December suffering a col- Patrick H. Sullivan, therefore, re- and blossom to perfection near lapse that must have been to Co. est friends premonitory of his end, solyed, !Fho the Now 1st, That tho death of our friend without good soil. though even they shrank from the brother, was stricken thought that death would come to md prime of who manhood anddown in Nature and people are much his useful the L'ltlCK PKIt YKAR, $1.50 Judee Sullivan so soon. About two weeks aco It was decided ness, is a public calamity and a per alike; the former mush have to that the climate about Asheville would sonal bereavement tho the citizens ol sunshine, latter must have Madison county and State of Ken DEMOCRATIC TICKET ho condticivo to his recovery, and tucky. thither ho went, accompanied by hh 2d. That as a lawyer ho was prompt. pure blood in order to. have wife, little daughter, and his brotlicr.i .t.i ' A. Sullivan and Mr. John :imu aim i.onorabio-- as a public oMfMperfect health. FOIt llAlLItOAl) COMMISSIONKK, 3l. DIST. lion Jerry , r corruptible, -L. Baxter. Little remains to be told tie , COL A- - V. HAMILTON, echo of the farewell is a citizen lie was imtliiui, conscien vfter this. The OK MT. STEHUNO. said at our depot had scarce died awa tious and true, and in all the walks ol bles of all sorts. It is to the human before the awful news Hashed to the life he merited and received the esteem system what sunshine is' to Nature-thwaitinc sister that "Pat is dead." AVe ind confidence of his fellow cititizens destroyer of disease germs. It ANNOUNCEMENT 3d, That we tender our sympathy to never disappoints. saw this sister repressing' the tears and .rrief that rent her heart when sht ins bereaved widow and daughter, ana FOn AUDITOR. Poor Blood "The doctor said there pressed her lips to the cheek of bei to his sisters and brothers, were not seven drops of good blood In my Wo ure authorized to announce JOHN S night ho rode away. CHENAULT. of Madison county, a candidate loy brother the 4th, That as evidence of our respect Hood's Sarsaparllla built nicup and tor the olllce ot State Auditor, subject to the Upon his faco the ghastly pallor of i md esteem for the deceased, we will in Imade me strong and well." scsik K. linowN, action ol the Democratic state convention. dread disease increased the lustre of hit t body attend his funeral, and escort lu Astor Ilill, Xynn, Mass. dark eyes as he said "good bye. Hi: liis remains to the Richmond cemetery. Dysoeosla. etc. "A complication ot chronic catarrh and FOn BBPRKSKNTATIVB. hand stole into mine and it never had 5th. That of ttiese resolutions a .troubles, dyspepsia, stomach, rheumatism. inflammation ot the i more firm grasp but it was a grip that We are authorized to announce M. II. WILL copy be published in the newspapers at made me miserable. Had no appetite shall never forget and I stepped from Richmond, Ky.. IAMS a candidate tor the Legislature, subject to which bo spread fete, I took Hood's the action or toe Democratic party. 'he train with the horrible presentment upon tne records and a copy uourt an acted like magic I amSarsaparllla, cured." thoroughly oi uoutiiy 'liotfinw frtrtrwl ism1i1 iini'or mnrn 1 rn ! We arc authorized to announce W. W i copy delivered to ttie lamily ot the N. B. Seelkt, 1871 W. 14th Av Denver, Col. COlirtS a candidate to succeed himself in the fiunon the Old Kentucky Home. next general assembly of the State of Ken- Rheumatism "My husband was At Asheville Judge Sullivan remained Jeceased. obliged to give up work on account of rheulUCKy suuject 10 vnu win ui uic jjuiiiucritiii Jas. B. McCreary, only two days, tho party coiner on to Tarty. matism. No remedy helped until he used J. Tevis Coiib, Hood's Sarsaparllla, which permanently iieuuersonville, whoso curative cli AVm. ClIEN'AULT, cured him. It cured my daughter of ca mate is famous m the glorious ' Land FOR COUNTY CLERK. II. liltECK,- C tarrh. I give It to the children with good of tho Sky." He was able lo rido out We are authorized to announce A. KAVA J. W. C a teuton, 'results." Mes. J. S. McMatu, Stamford, Ct. NAUGII DOTY for Countv Clerk, sucject to the the next day after Ins arrival, but on Committee, tho second day his voice failed. All action ol tne Democratic i any. ihis time the faithful watchers and We are authorized to announce C. M. Resolutions by School Board. At 10 :50 Judge Sullivan's Death. o'clock on "Wednesday last. Reselailaiw ,el Respect. At a meeting Of the lawyers of the " Spring Unlocks df 1 Bavo The Flowers CURE OF THE FEET, for a kniferwhich- - lie.could not use, aau iioAwaq stioc as aooye ues-- 1 cribed, tliafwbnnd being painful but Whal'Mr. lennsss Miller Has ww oviiuwoyr Her Suffering Sisters. i a & v DSM Fer Twb Insurance Policies Foumf. lias-tnk'- 4 Climax Printing 'Postmaster Willis a'now lease on life now that lie has found two $2 500 insurance policies ou ids lifo which has been lost for two years. While cleaning out some old records that were transferred from tho old to the new post office,, Mr. Willis on Saturday ran acToss'thesOjpyliQies which ho.'Bup-pose- d had been in safe keeping ili the As one Richmond National Bank. policy--nn- tho other-i-n "dress "The wave of common-sensreform,' and especially "shoe reform " Is gathering force as it wonds its way from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific When asked what led to tho manufacture of the celebrated "Jenness Miller" shoe tliis apostle of comfort and beauty replied, "A crying demand from women all over the country. From every audi- "eiico I have addressed, and they have numbered thousands In every city ol note on the continont, has come the question" In tones of distress, 'What shall wewearupon flr feet to be comfortable and look well ?' I have answered that question in tho shoo whicli e NEW - illm CLOTHiN Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Street, next ;.-. J.Jiil Hi Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods price in First b3 LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES, CUSTOM RAY-11UK- DEPARTMENT Is all-wis- e! FIT 0X0 is m s LAND SALE! i Wa -- Paper! 1 lm li 1 AXMU 6 1 f t - 1 1 1 Z w- iu, ,if,i .i.. i- 1 108 f New Window Shades, t- ll-- e VJ RELIGIOUS. BIRTHS. nino-tei.th- ""'"'"; CP ;;.. T- - - fc!t.-rfc- S&ttfaraff o o CP I vs. DEATHS PERSONAL. -- 11 1 CtFiBrower&Co d nlcfcel-plaie- hand-tom- L.OCAL. rail-roa- d 9 . Sorcerer m 1E1 AA full-cour- ll L. E. LANE, Street, aaaMLaSl to-da- - ' V uujoiiw.. ... r,,,i Bl"! Imi lv-la- 0 . Furniture " 1 " 'lil (y stt - 1 j" everything r- $$tito$p isJISI See Them, ik SEND ONE DOLLAR "r?"? CFiBrower&Co 1 ante-morte- fyjiiiEDscoMPin, Stiieet, xm t si bnsarKs-LateS- tr . . q ILL. aprS-E- J Pr 'at Shows through - iMgbiM mmvsr FEW iSw JRICBS in 1U1'S iyiyb mmnw mm-w- iiyki r cyiL OPENERS! qUanUtios icrfw v. . . arejm a Position to quote the following I is Ladies' Yici Kid, 2 button low shot?. Yici KM. tan lace spring Yici Kid in luHil M.u.Ww Tap Sox Calf 1 t t f PRICES to k'Vease. V Men's n-- w St hniJ iiti'W lnnorCitoUI& irtSS'-- ' Tan Itox rlff light or dark Xn nil tlV kid tip Soh, ,Pa ' -- AnVVVj' T"'J'' SiZ V " "5 ! 1 8J3' ,riro' E 50 ivotth $1 75 1 752 73-2- ' 'T," 1 rV"1 V; .al,",1 :t . -' I worth " "0 worth " "worth IX) ",,r" 1 22 U - 0 M, 1 W . i :; V Men's Black or Tun. Vict or Calf. allsfvW . n. 11 ..u, V? ' J,1,, L 'l"U hh "" " 2 worth 3 ol 2 50 . I RICE &. &.&.4fi. Successors to WALLACE & RICE WW ARNOLD. njL. 7 Ut AND tA. . n . ,. Shrivel up Oompetiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buyers. Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our de-- livery smoking. THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never disappoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: wa-o- rts H Busy Bee Cash Store's Bargains . . . . lc . 2c . I a "WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS. I MISSES' : The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. MAY 17, Dr. Hohson; Tentist. Sam! f Sam Joifes;'Mnv cigar. The host smoker, the Proclor Knott 13 CD After 25 yiars Stoufler has moved to the liroiibtoii 1S!. Main street, whereproperty, on upper you can buy the best and cheapest outfit for the least money. Suits to measure at $10. Case Continued. O ftyrup ot unniornin. der it promptly, but one should remem her to use even the most perfect rem cities only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup manufactured Co. When Nature Needs assistance it may bo best to ren by the Tobacco Canvas Tobacco canvas, best grade 5ood yard-wid- e Crown Cotton . . . Good yard-wid- e Bleached Cotton . . 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting Good Bed Ticking 3Jcst grade Bed Ticking Cottouade for hoy's pants .. IlestNow York mills Camlet Jeans .Extra heavy Cotton Cassimers . . . . 2Jcst grade Apron Gingham . . . . .. . ... 7J to 14c . . . SJc . . . 10c . ... ... ... . 3Jc yard 4c yard . 12pyard 5c yard yard yard . . 121c yard . . 41c yard yard yard yard Nice Dress Ginghams 5, Gl and "lc yard I' ino trench and Silk Ginghams 8 to 24c yard Dress Goods, 3G inch wide, stylish, and Pretty Cheviot ofleets 19c yard, worth 33c Nice Bleached Towels Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 "cents Men s and Boy's Percalle Shirts 23c each Baby Shoes, all colors and white 23c Ladies' kid, button and laco Shoos, pat tip . . . only 73c Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality only OSc Men's Cassimero Pants, black and blno . . . 73c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. All-wo- v C3 m It Remember May am clears the throat.soothes tho broncluafs Jones! and exhilarates tho lungs 23c at all Raise Your Awnings. Garrard's land assessment was No euro no pay. A small retniler in this town narrowly good druggists. raised ten per cent. 5 i.ci.n.n.1 iMiiimiiiiiviib t mr iiiHiniaiiiing : irijjtu in mo Carnegie is reported to havo sold his" nature ot an awning steel interests iuatt uUon denied $OU0 on his niiis.inco C) that he allowed io hang too low over $150,000,000. to his copartners for ever nuiccbaiu in iev lork. tlie sidewalk. There aro more such o s,hvinff the "iindsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Have you been in Stouirer's now nuisances that ought to bo suppressed Suiting, cvit I have been a sufferer from chronic C2 store, onctoaiu sneot?-diarrhoea ever siuco tjio war and have i U,aists and Dress Patterns ever shown in this city. As these goods are the Cullins K. ol P. Hosts. " of the largest dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay you to look at them. 6vxv used all kinds of medicines for it. At Stouffor has moved to Main street; The hosts of Knights of Pvthian from last I found ono remedy that has heen cj neitto JohirG Tiiylor'i.' twenty-eiglodges in this district a success as a cure, and that is Chaml, Arc absolutely V beautifully finished Casfiimcrcs, every and will "ive berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhopa Firteat; line oryieck wear in the citv will meet hero garment Sewed throuch and through, Upper anil Lowor ....... . public reception at the court house Kemedy. P. E. GjUsHAM.Gaars Mills. fit ktmiHu.' o t ircn biuic, iua'.n lreet. m1"!0" M'.Ready 10 Wear" Department we' are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Silk Shuttle with 0,000 (lovernment Standard Pure DyeSilK, to 2 to 4, including uniform drill, La. For sale by Perry & Thomas. from lm and oolen Skirts, Shirt Waists, Muslin Underwear, Bonnets, etc. Our "Hot Barn-ain- " Lined with extra fine real Italian Lining, Sleeves aro Lined new and 5 ur nave a ymanupright piano for eale amiresses meetingmusic. At night the The new steel t3 " business prices prevail in this Department. trust is to have a capand banquet will bo with plain color Pongee Silk finish Sateen Sleeve Lining, 'r"e- I'arrish. mayl0-4- t ital of a billion" of dollnrs, the largest of ieiu. under collars, Thirty rows of Satin French facing i'lscal Lourt couvoneson Mondav any yet. . . " i ..i II.. : and broad Satin pi pine. Kvcry detail of insido and outside S. novt wi4 uuuoudiiv juii)ui uuit uusincss, Colored School Faculty. JJ Good Old Granny Metcalfe, J lie Loam of Education nn AWiImps. tailoring is done with tano and thought to havo the gar,.. I : 1n i o oie iiais-ancaps in uay selected the fo ow in? Faculty of S8 years old, living ments lit porfectly and give tho "Wearer Lasting Satisfaction. at Paducah, Kv., to xiiwiuiuuu at oiouiiers 31am street the Hichmond Colored School, increassays that l)r. is There are no better tailored garments than ours, there is ing the salary of thp Principnl 5 per the best grip Bell's cough, lung and cure, Dot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, no way to make them better. You want to Fee our Suits And put on sale a f rosh lot of Cassino Butmonth: Principal. Prof. C W. JJey- - bronchial remedy that has been sold uet tickets to before looking elsewhere, aR we can make your $10.00 do o lecture, May 27.at Itonce the Sam Jones' uuiiiK, ASMbinut t'rol, y.m uuring her-iite-. flattings, Oilcloths, Curtain Poles, termilk Toilet Soap, price 8c a cake, is greatest on mett JOmbry, and t teachers. D. W. Milwhat it will take much more to do as well olewhere. the best Toilet Soap used. We are Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing ler, (Jenrgia Miller, Millin Emhry. Joseph Hackman. of Cleveland. O. Selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. to ivy. dengue of Amoricau "Wheel inruer, ueorgla WalKerjand died in terrible agony as theicsultof the largest assortment of these goods f3 a cat bile. men meeis nere in annual convention iniu iiayiics. We are showing all the new things in to be seen this side of the large cities. June io. i tf Fair Women to Give a Woman's Fair. Sometimes it seems to weary woman Ribbons, New Dress Trimmings, New Oui' "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarilie storm of Friday was tho wonst llieiadies of tho Booncsboro chanter. that she must certainly irive nn. Tim Laces and new Ham bergs. Try a pair here in many years, though littlo dam Daughters of the American Revnlntinn. smiplet-- t and easiest work becomes an antee for their cheapness. of our "Topsy" brand Hosiei-y- , they age was clone. almost insurmountable task. Nervous report everythimr nrosneriiH' in flmlr ness, sleeplessness and pain harrass the best in the market. sciieme to uivo a fair here on June 2 Wo saw wheat kneehigh near 22. As stated last week. Ihev will her and life seems hardly worth the Cleveland. Ohio, hist Saturday. Here and provide alt tho a tractions nf ?i fi nnti living. it is heading out. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription nary man s fair, addinir such novelties 'DNI230I.S H3HJ.V31 J.V0 as a public marriage, a live bird shoot wns maue lor ner. J)r. 1'ierco's Golden StoulTer took more than 100 meas Medical Discovery was made for her. ouier. dud, 3H3HJ. U.U3 1H one wees lorhuits and pants. amidevoted novelties. Tlinforproceeds to 1 he former is for-ill- s aNisooiS on distinctly femin be to the fund erecting a "cn tnure, iiiain street. monument to Damol Boone, at Boonee ine, the other for her general system. logetner tnoy supply n scientific and Stoud'er sells more clothing for boro. stnufler has taken more measures l'eoplo say Hood's Sarapanlla cures successful couise of treatment. Tho i miiIh to onler this spring than nil wtien all other preparations fail to do the uiouvv itian any other clothier. Mr. Rayburn Announces. "I'avorite Prescription" restores heal New store, Main St. any good, and you run no risk in gi'v New store", Main 6treet " H ht combined. The announcement of Mr. Charles thy, regular action' to the organs dis ing it a fair trial. seaIt is reported that Judgo Sullivan JU. Hayuurn ns candidate for the nnmi tinctly feminine. It forces out all im fin' Stale Dental Association of The report that there is small pox at carried $2,000 in the A. O. U, V., and nation for county clerk, subiect to tho purities, strengthens the tissues, allays k murky met at Mammoth Cave inflammation. Tho "Golden Medical $3,000 in the N. Y. Life; actional the Democratic party, brings Discovery" makes appetite, helps di- Jtardstown is denied. l uiuj me rare a Everybody invited to be present at lonjr pxnertence in gentleman who iln gestion, promotes assimilation, fills out tho nnnnrtnnt upeu iu oi tne K. ot L to day ties of that office, and knows thorn from ine noiiows tn clieeks and neck with at i! p. m. at court liouse. Alpha to Omaha. lie has n wlitn cir good 8ol'd flesh and brings back tho cle or relatives and friends who will be gladsome glow of girlhood. lion. Lt. L. bciticy w,ill not make bend 21 cents in one-cestamps to to L'lve hun their mo lace lor tlie Democratic Senatorial glad mako a 'thorough support, nnd he World's Dispensary Medical Associa will canvass for the nomination in this district. tion. Buffalo. N. Y.. and receive Dr, place Pierce's 1008 Page Common Sense Medi Water cress, oak and all kinds of cal Adviser, Illustrated. The Stale Bicycle Meet Here. lurniture tinistiiiigand polishing done The annual meet of the State LnntriiP by J. H. McCarty, upholster. Joshua Price, of Floraville. O.. who ..... nf iiiitviiuiu W lil.t:illlll ...Ill I1H1 I1HI11 ... AmariAnt. " RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Hill . ft hero on Juno 19, 20 and 21. Tho local has been married twice, has 35 living . aanuers resigned as cuiiuren. at Haldwiu and Mr. Julius Bax club has made arrangements to hold the exhibition on tho old fair ground ter was appointed to succeed him. Ballard's Snow Liniment cures Itlicu track and will show our citizens a cood matism. Isetiralgia, Headache, Sick Miss Mary Coylo will give a read- time with the races hutu-tun- i Mm silpni Headache. Sore Throat. Cuts. Sprains. ing at Madioou liiotilute next Monday, steeds of steel. Much of the success of uruibes, uki oorcs. Lwrns. anil all pain assisted by Mrs. Lewis and Miss the meeting will bo due to the tireless anu ine most penetrat energy of President Strong, Secrctary nig lnuammation. m iiiiimciii. in Harris, and Messrs. Morgan. Douglas, cents and GO ine woiki. x'rice and cents. Perrv Miss Tempie Oldham is selling her Zaringand Armer. may3-lThomas. beautiful line of sailor hats at from 10 to St 50. Give tier a call beroro A Great Crowd Heard Miss Dykes. nothing has ever been produced to The school census at Leximrlon shows Don't Starve or Diet purchaaiug elsewhere. Miss Minnie Dykes and hpr instrnr. a loss of 1,500 colored pupils since last equal or compare wan Tabler's Buck eye rue Uintmeut as a curative and but eat wholesome food and take Diges-to- s tor. Miss Pattie should be very highly year. Mr. John Mershou should go to Dyspepsia Tablets they euro dys healing application for Piles, Fissures. Paris and show tho masters how to delighted over thesiuvpssoltho former's pepsia and at paint, as an artist lie has no peer in musical The the court house on Mondav Plfislf (V CUBAN OIL cures blind ami bleeding, external or inter all druggists. stomach troubles. 25c at fi EUIHVI night nal, and Itching nnd Bleeding of tho audience was a lanri; nnit lla, Burns, m orouiMiio of Poosev. appreciative one and Miss Dykes was at matism ami Sores. Price. 25 cents. uectume. 1 Ho relief is immediate and J. B. Marks died at Poplar Plat, Price 60o in bottle. Messrs 1'urley. Schlegel, Coy and her best. The program embraced difSold by Perry & Thomas, nuccessorg to W. cure infallible. Nelson county, aged 57. ficult selections from .,.. Joe U. loiumed Suudav from inocs ioc. I'erry tS'llioinrs. may3-lSchubert.ChoDin, Q. White. o X T .l iuvm, jaciiiisv if without a sulticimit exciise for Having purchased the Gus Margolon stock of J. lleuzi. James ilegibben. a well known CUBAN RELIEF cures Dell Acejua, Grieg anl Mobz Kowski. lie government having caught no iisn. distiller and turfman.died at Cyiithiana lorl a million aud a awarded a contract Neuralgia nml Toothache Groceries from Million & Grecnleaf, wo will I He vniing Judy handled these with half pouiuN of paminutes. Four Stomach e are closing out all our goods in rare. skill and worn deserved nptdaube. per to print revenue stamps at 4. continue the business at the Substantiated Claims. ana fauamcr Coinplaluu. lTlce, 25 CeuU. order to remodel our Iiousj. clothing, 8old by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. O All claims for Dr. Bell's Puie Tar. The Ladies Fair Indorsed. tiats, shirts'aml underwear at your own With a Catarrhal Affection white. price at Stoufler.'s new Main sireet Tho object oi the Ladies' Fair in Iip Honev are substantiated by the renorta of the throator head, or any pulmonary More, next Iloor" to Farmer's Natioual held here, :s to create a fund to bitjld a from those who havo used It- - Coughs. Mrs. Jeanette Nicholls died at Bards-tow- n -, Uank. aged 70 years. oitis. nicinieat consumption, mwl nil ailment, a slight cold or a hacking monument to Daniel ISooue at 1!oO:mh-borcough is a serious thing to have it is bronchial utrectlons aro tho diseases for 300 sample' summer coats and chester Conimentins unon this tho Win wliit h it is guarauteed to euro. 23u at so serious you can not afford to have it. Democrat says: Tetter, and Eczema. Delays are dangerous. Dr. Bell's vests just opened, in all the latest and all druggists. "iiiis Tho intense itching and smarting inciwill cure a couch or a cold bestbtyles, at lets than manufacturers. time ago should Have been done a Irtno and by the Stateof Kentucky. cost, io bo closed out StouII'er's uew Dr. J. T. Graves, of Woodford. 7.r. in ono night. It will remove the catar- dent to these diseases is instantly allayed On Main Street, next door to .the Richmond National Dank. When clothing house. Main street. "oiiDoSitD ture heCol. Stuart was in the Legisla- hung hiiosnlf to got rid of ttoublc. rhal affection or pulmnonarv ailment. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and tried to secure the passage of,n We will keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE aud build up the tho tissues supporting Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases Mauison National Uank. law for tho State to nurchase fortv fir Unless a woman eats suilicient nour the lungs. have beea permanently cured by it. It and FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETAfifty acres, including tho silo of the old ishing food she can neither gain nor is equally efficient for itching piles and Lost. BLES. We have already added largely to the stock, fort, for tho purpose of converting it keep a goo I complexion. Food, when The National Car Kouipinent Com a favorito remedy for soro nipples; into a State park. It ih n beautiful ami' digested, is the hate of aB health, all pany lias been incorporated atl San Fran chapped hands, chilblains, One No. 17S9 C. A O. TnfI.r..i,n...m. and 3'ou will find m:st anything kept in.a lirst-clst-s frost romantic nlxcnand. if nronerlv attend strength, and all beauty. Herbiiie will cisco with capital of 510,000.000. able ilileago Hook. Finder please aud chronic sore eyes. 25 eta. per bos. Grocery. The public is cordiaflv invited to call and ed to, would be a great attraction." to this ollice and uet reward. lielp digest what you eat, and givo you inspect our stock and get our LOW CASH PRICES. Many a fair young child, whoso rtnllnr tjio clear, bright, beautiful skin of may0-2- t Dr. Cuilv's Cnmlilinn TW-ilnrnrn High School Teachers Elected. Health. Prico GO and 75 cente. Perry has piiZ2eltl the mother, until she has just what a horso needs when in bad Assessmjnt Raised. Tho annual election of toichors of 16 1I'llOlDRS. , suspected rightly her darling was trou condition. inavS-lTonic, blood purifier and Yours Very Respectfully, bled with worms, lias regained tlm vormifngo. They aro not food but .,f I Caldwell High School occured oil Wed. nesday last at the meeting of Mrs. Frank Dycus, of Kuttawa, was rosy lino of heaPh with a few doses of medicine a. Hie assessed value oftlm i. the Board and tho best in uso to put a .Mauison couuty, .,552,1'0, was raised White's Cream Vermifuge. Prien25e. horso in primo condition. one per cent, by tho State Board of of Education, aud resulted in but one fatajly gored by a cow. Prico 25 Phone 107. change, the election of Miss Curralceu Perry fc Thomas. inay3-lent3 per package. l'.quall.ation. may3-li- r Smith to the place now tilled by Prof. old soldiers now feel the Mtny J "' . J. V. Hanis. The salary of tho Printhe hard servico they enduring ui.,i,u,i To Choose County Judge. . M. .1. . cipal. Prof. Urock. was rained from ifoOO the war. Mr. Geo. S Anderson, of One-Four- th The magistrates will meet Mav Ir. n to $000. and Mi-- s Coyle'x salary was Russyiile, York county, Penn., vho lLlMsiMilVllMSlVCll& l.M'4 select u biiixeqr.to the late Juojje Sul raised from $25 to $10 per month. -- Xi. ? IVL. T T' x' m' tie hardest kind of sovice at the Avili R livan, IO 1101(1 ttnlll tllO next lcirnhir 7WZ '?X d sX? The Faculty for next vear will ho as front, is now frequently troubled with election, in November. follows: Prof. J. D. Clark, Superin- rheumatism. "I had a tevaro attack "They Fit The Fc:t as Nature Intended." tendent; II. II. Brock, Principal; Misses lately," he says, "and procured a bottle Henry Koelilcr & t.'unijiany. INTRODUCTION OF THE FAMOUS Alice Arnold. Ruth Crow, Ilessle Dud- of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, it did so Lumber dealers of Louisville. Kv.. in ley, Jennie Ford, Cnrraleen Smith, much that I would like to know what M) would charge mo for ono vito corrospondtuee with Mill men Bessio Coylo, and Mrs. Mary Uetts. dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson wanted who have lumber for sale. Tliov buy it both fot his own use and to supply it Poplar and Hardwoods m mixe'd cais, Dry or Green. Write thorn. apro-Gtohis frtairis and neighbora, as every Wilt be roused to Its natural duties family shtuld have a bottle of it in Sunday School Bands. nnd your biliousness, headache and; their bonuf, not only for rheumatism, constipation be cured It you take- but lame back, sprains, swellings, cuts, Tho Self Denial Baud, of Itieh bruises aud burns, for which it is untliu Bissio Farm Mission Band, m equalled. For sale by Porrv and Kiimstoii, and tho Mt. fit '.ltflif. ln.iwl' Thomas. may3-lwill meet at the Pond church on SatSold by atl druggists. 25 cents. urday, .May 20 and givo a flno exhibi Mad dog am said to bo onito numer ' tion. Mrs. Styles assassinated her mother ous in tho Holy Cross country. at Chicago because she told her child One-Fourt- h A I'lacejo go. . . that she was born out of wedlock. ( It War Disappoints. For luscious baunnas. rinn siniitua. Iu Constipation Herbiiie affords a People who ire troubled with any we Bave secured the "exclusme agency" for the famous ' JENcold ico creaui-sod- a water, liesh cakes. natural, healthful Ten: remedy, acting dist a-- caused In promoted bv impure -nice candies,, tobacco mnt ciaftra. ao to promptly. NESS MILLER" HYGIENIC SHOES FOR WOMEN. A few will nsu blood or a low A. Dlnellf, next door to old 1W iii!,.. alfy.be found to so small dosestho excre- take HoouV stilus of the system may regulate These shoes are now being introduced throughout the United utMirttatilla Restaurant open-daand nifJit. tory functions that thev are able to most confidence ta.it its with the uso faithful States, and are the? finest, most comfortable, durable and Khno HprlU-ooperate without any aid whatever. will effect a cure. Vlillions take it as made. Prico 50 CPiits. Perry & Thomas, lm a pring medicine, Xjcauso thev know G. A. R.'Slato Encampment Glasgow," Made of specially tanned "Velvetta" kid, which is as soft and fine V A wind storm blew down lObuildings by experience it is Ust what the'system ki Ky.f May In Chickaea, Ok., killing four and in- needs. as its name implies. Tickets on sale via tlio 0.tienuanfl juring 16 persons. Cut on scientific anatomical principlesand fit the feet as nature Hood's Pills are thoTest family catharCretcent Kouto at olio fare for the Wliimpiiig .Ctiuli. tic and liver tonic.-Wjcintended. Un,; tie, "reliable, round trip, May 21 and 23. Good re we uniic.sitaungry recommend them end guarantee th?m rn iovr turning until May, SO- Ask agents for I had a little boy who was nearly dead euro. Jlv from nn attack of "whooping emigh. Mv &c. full pai titulars. So far 1 1 Negroes ha-- been lynched aosomte satislact:on. neighbors recommended Chamberlain's Louisville Gets The Confederate Reunion. Cough Itomedy. I did not think that this year in Geoigia. to be. had of us in the eity. any medic! nn would help him, but afThe Confederate Veterans of the ter giving him a few doen of In the spring the birds ijro singing that remUnited States, will hold their next an edy- I noticed As they build an improvement, and Blades of grass their summer home, nual meeting in LuuiaVilio, in 1000 ono hotllo cured him and biidKuro spriuingt entirely. It Is ttiio having been de;ui niiiied upon at the best metlii'iiio I ever lia'l in the IuOVr tho mead tho cattVi roam. the groat luuuiuu lnt week in hmiMi.-- J. L. Moouit, tho spring your blood U freighted South Hiirgetts-tnwi- t. Uliartoii, S. C. With llio germs that cadso (li,eHbe, Pa. For sale by Perry and Humors bolls, are desigutVd. 1'hi.iliHS. inaxfi-tu- ) iigliiils warning you of tltse The camp dgn ngaiiiht the. Filipinos In tho spring that tired fecit jg I will rent privately 200 hcii-of ex- redout-ih fighting strength of the Miiko yon every, doty ttlilik, land .well waioio.l has irti iiiiiitiiy ISllIl gl The Clothier, The Slioer, The Iladcr, T!.e Furnisher. Makes you feel liko beggfiigAtcaliug, aut leiicud. Tliii laud is located four army 00 p.ir coin, Kilt her than engage iu vork miles sun Xjf ntichiiiond, Ky.,uu tho " F..r Whooping Aathm?, foiksoiliig 11111 uii'i .pnlweil tiim-pike- s. Bronchitis or Coin-um- I'migh, no m (i-- . But there's something known (fiat will it 207 Went Main Street, Richmond, Kij. Ion, Alan to health nnd vuror lel. Best grazing ,tand m Madison ilotit-yn- f ino Kpial Tar You will find Hood's .araiaft M. is. Wjiitu, Colllil), I'.ieo 2i and 00 cents I'.irrv and M mMm.Mj?uMaL'iLSjZiLZ jjwMBjtK JJfcc Just exactly what you liewft, SL X0x oj2lUiulimond. Kr . uil0-2- t . Thomait. iuay3-Iu- i : iiwyMiu to 27-S- fabric, is not tailored properly, has no style, your investment of $10.00 is Virtually a Loss. Every investment you make in Clothing from our store will be gilt edge. Is very Little Money to invest in a Suit, but if the Suit is not inside of the right a Jdifesl! 27 I Proctor Knott (Jigar. oi mauison, lor irauuuient use To Cure a Cold In One Niohl of mails. They were released on $1,000 take Dr. Boll's oomi. In the U. S. court at Covington Judge The General Carriage Company,cap- lias heen InriimnrMtn,! F.vans continued to tho December fptm iun he ea60 against It. D. Lakes and Ed atTienton,N J. ,. f U.. uiiiiAe. ...... In this "Hot Bargain Sale" we are. naming Special Prices on Table Linens, Napkins and .Doilies. They .will go very fast at prices named. 0.00 SuWs All-Woo- I . ht y u See Our Line, of Lace Curtains. , y We Have Just deceived COVINGTON & MITCHELL,. -- ayvia aan savsm avhi. si Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. - We have placed on sale tlie "lied Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We carry everything in favor this son in this department Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing- elsewhere. Respectfully, nt w. hi imkm COMPANY. ... 1 m 4m its NE W GROCERY! Brtii-s,Bhc- Koek-yiatl- m I. SAME Sult-Ittieu- ey m STAND, le-tu- ru hv last. -- h mi) l- Off Clearing Sale Tlv 7MFf Jil' gd V ui - "JENNESS M1LLE m By tlie forelock if jrou want the Hygienic Shoes for Women! benefit of the On all Heavj7 Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, OFF i a i m V m Ik derwear, Hats, PS j. I S"Only r ii as Coitf-K-n'- s fe w wi I BUTTON AND to tnnnni a, nniniiT t in h nnihni n i.ii i 9 - f i i jjt'jjtr' Jlr'ilt: - Wanted-- An Idea Here's Yoar Cktice. Soan Extraordinary Offers ly The Climax. The Cljjiax wants fivo hunred new subscribers by tho first of tlienewyear. In order to reach this end, some extraordinary inducements will be made. Until farther notice the following will be offered to subscribers. 33333 3333 333:ML. - Protect your Idwia: they may bring you wealth. Writs JOHN WUDDEIIUURN & CO, Patent Attorneys. Wuhlngtfln. l. c, for their $1,800 prtra oaer ana u oi two cunarca tarcnuoua wwiea. R, N. I, & B. R. R. Time Table No. S3, Taking Effect day, May 2, 1803. . EAST BOUND. Mon- 2d Class. lat Class. No. I No. S JJO. 9 Kx Sua Ex San Ex San A. M. 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 85 The Climax and The "Week-l- y Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. . Versailles Nicholasville .. Valley View.-- .. P.M. A.M. S Million RichmondMoberley Hrassfiefd. - Union P. M. 12 13 12 10 12 30 12 35 1 05 7 8 8 8 82 35 00 13 30 6 30 68 8 20 8 80 9 15 the value ot obtaining the liquid laxaNo. 4 No. 8 No. l6 tive principles of plants known to be west bound. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San Ex San medicinally laxative and presenting " A.M. p7m. P. M. A.M. them in the form most ref resiling to the taste and acceptable to the system. It 11 55 .. 2 00 Irvine 1 OS ; .. 2 25 is the one perfect strengthening laxaPanola 1 20 2 30 BrasDelil tive, cleansing the system effectually, No. 2 Panola Irvine 10 00 10 05 10 25 10 40 11 35 The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's effects of the well known remedy, or McClure's Magazine, $2.0Q. Svrup of Fios, manufactured by the The Climax and the LouisCaufokxia Fio Syrup Co., Illustrate ville daily evening post, $3t The Richmond Climax and Twice-a-wee- k Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayetto countyj second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon m day. ,r Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon e day. I Danville, Boyle county, third'Monday.' Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third vl Monday. o Winchester, Clark county, fourth imn ' na c. an?p.mir. einsv w ! ' . g need a fatty food to enrich Monday. Versailles, ,woodford county, fourth ' their blood, ive color to Monday. fit s To Take! fl -- tot t-l County-Cou- rt Days. Paiis, Bourbon county, first Monday. ALL WOMEN Should know that tho "Old Tlmo" Remedy, PLEASE TRY j 4 4 Courier-Journa- l, their cheeks and restore their LITERARY NOTES health and strength, it . x i i.. suit tu i,ay tuat nicy iiiuuyvy "Pincc8SiNadii!e,"by Christian Reid, the complete novel in tho May isSuo of all reject fat with their food. Iiippincott's Magazine, -- Is tho best forFcrasIeTnmMes. Corrects all Irregularities In Komalo Organs. Should bo taken for Ounre of Life and before Planters ,,0I4 Time" Remedies havo Stood trio test for twenty years. 2Iad3 0iily by New Spencer MedldneCct, Chattanooga, Tennessee. CANDY CATHARTIC 10c. dispelling colds, headaches and fevers 2 IS gently yet promptly and enabling one 3 15 6 05 Itiehmoncl- -. 3 00 6 18 3 30 Million to overcome habitual constipation perCH 3 25 3 45 Vallay View... manently. Its perfect freedom from 4 30 411 168 Nicholasville every objectionable quality and sub6 10 5 00 7 50 Versailles stance, and its acting on the kidneys, ""' M." I'"M." "p" M.'l V. M." liver and bowels, without weakening A. All trains connect ivith Louisville Southern or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. trains to and Irani Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains In the process of manufacturing figs to and from Cincinnati. are used, as they are pleasant to the J. W. KOCK. Train Dispatcher. taste, but the medicinal qualities of the V. It. ADAMS, Superintendent. remedy are obtained from senna and can think other aromatic plants, by a method slmplo Wanted-- An California Idea some natent? known to theorder to get Fio Syrup to Co. only. In its beneficial you Protect your Hmni they may brinePatent wealth. AttorCO, effects and to avoid imitations, please Write JOHN WKUDEllLUn.N neys, WaihtDRton. 1). C, for their 11.8m) prlto oiler remember the full name of the Company and list of two hundred Inventions wasted. printed on the front of every package. Union j I Moberley ... 2 2 41 17 1 45 both for one j'ear $1.60 The Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. The Climax and Ohio Farm, $1.90. C8 COD CIS! OF UVER OiL WmiliYPOPltOSPtilTES orLIMES SODA S The Climax can also furnish any paper published in is. exactly what they require;the United States or Europe i it not only gives them the im- g r g portant clement oil) $ at reduced rates. (cod-live- KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Ih 5s Si O S3 a. Ii For sale by all Druggists. SAN FRANCISCO. CAT. LOTJISVTtiE. KY. NEW TOME. N. Jan5-l-y Price 50c per bottle. T. s "5, " IB E3 f w -- I35- & -- CD 2. o -- ES ECtpMIST s RANGES 3 3 o p -i .2 C 2 H M w i 3 5! O B"5ass , ChC OOOOOOOO a G cececcss sr?-1 h a S3 ts " o Io a ef CD a: 323233H3 8ggS 2233 DR. CALDWELL'S Roofing, Guttering1 and General Job "Work. I k PEPSI fcYRUPINDIGESTION. J CURES Fr&nkfort it I ' CiBcinnili Railway. I In Effect December 5, 1838 DAILY EXCEIT SUNDAY. 2 09 1 55 1 23 f 46 0 17 7 10 YRUP PEPSly CURES CONSTIPATION.! 1 I DR. CALDWELL'S p.m. n.m. 6 20 7 09 S 45 9 39 Lvo. Kichtnond 18 11 as Winchester Marsville . Paris . Ar p.m. 1 (10 p.m 7 6 8 5 20 16 11 42 41) 20 Ar. Frankfoit. Georgetown . 8 7 80 Lve. 7 00 30 10 4 28 40 3 S. F. Rock, FOR'. 1 Ask for tickets via Paris. J. II. NEWTON. G. P. A. Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. 6 85 Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom .... 7 30 Bastern Express for Louisville 3 00 Lexington Accom Morchead and . .. 4 80 Km York Limited 1. F. V am pm pm am Six of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. --M-v EAST ROUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom . ... 11 63 am Now York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom Washington Express . .. 9 23 pni Accommodation trains run dally except Sun- day. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining oar service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. M. A. C. ti O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. In the Prudental, yon are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best. We will not transact business with irrespon. sible companies. 26 Second Street, Up Stairs. Je2-l- For Sale Privately I EA1S thai ever The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has madeit"Eas!er 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 Tourtf Car for California, Lve Louisville every Thursday 9 25pm 8 18am Arr Memphis Friday 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday Lve New Orleans Friday 20pm .8 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'a nronertv. The house has seven rooms. Rood cistern, sta- Dieanaotner necessary ouimiuainirs; the lot contains about 9090 feet. The price will be reasonable for ca&h. WILLIAM ENGLISH, nov9-t- f Iilchmond, Ky. REGENERO. COMPLETE i lie uresi mil ...8 Tin is The Trie Viiltr Roalc te Califon'u. "Sg- - Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com- l now municate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen- 3J days nithln cny reach ornery Amrrlrnn. treatment Is positively cuariintcfd to cure ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. tho mmt complicated case of Nervous Debility, oi ' Wm. Alfoud Kelloxd, A G. P. A., Waotlng r)lenc It nets powerfully and qukkly. A. IT. IUsso.i, G P. A., Lonisville, Ky. A New .Man, I'ltyalrnlly IVrfrrl. I the rmull ortlie np ot lVAi ILVKltO. Voun? men will re. dec23-l- y Chicago, III. SOUTHERN (IN Schedule In etTecl pufiy. U-- c- easthopnii, Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Shclbyville La'rencob'g. Versailles. Lexington LouUvillo 18, 1808. No. 5. I Ka, 1. No.X 7.45pm 7.40am 9.55am 9.0Jam 5.02pm laiCam 10.45.im 3.3Upm 9.07pm 8.55pm 9.5upm 0.17pm lO.OUpm 0,45pm 10.35pm Nafc NaaT No. 4, 7.30am 4.25pm 8.15am Lv Lexington 7.55am 4.52pm 5.37am Ar Vcrxalllos. ll'JOam 5.15pm 5.55am Ar La'renccb'g 9.12am aa'ipm C.32am Ar Shclbyville. 10.40am 7.35pm 7.55am Ar Louisville Nos. 1. 2, 5 and 6 carry Freo Obscrva- Trains tlon Chair Cars oeiwccn l.ouistiuo ana Lcx- WBSTUOUKix pain their Inst manhood, and OIl 3Ien will recover their youthful visor. It Invigorates anil restores tc full life and visor, all sutTcrcnt from Seminal Weak, ncsses, Impotcncy. Varicocele. Piiermattorlica. Kljhtly Emissions Lot Drain and Jlumdar Power, Weak Memory. Wakefulness. E II Drennis, Despondency. Ltelc of Confldenep, and nil cfTcrls of e, or sexual excels and Indiscretion, which unflw ono for business, study or marrla-- . It E'J KXC It (1 coes at once to Uio root ot t'10 disease that Is why It cures. It It tho crentoit Nrrvs Tonic la the world that Is why It cUcs Vlcnr and Action and restores the Fire of Youth. It It a marvelous Blood Purl tho Plnli Clow comes liarU lo the pale cheehs. Inslstunenharln-- ; KliCEXEItO. Can bomrrleil In ret lKXket. liy mall gl.OO per nx. 01 six for (?5.0!). Wo cherrrully rrrund t'.ir. monrv where sis Imxes do not effect n cure. tircuiani tree. Ainres tlio American onice of Reports wero received from 1C0 correspondents, 103 counties. It nifty bo interesting to of winter wheat in the principal wheat growing states at this time, according to the weekly bulletins issued by tiie Climate and Crop Service for those states. In the Statu of Ohio tiie crop is in much the saino condition as in this State, early sown wheat on well drained land being promising, but there is a considerable portion of tho acreage which is considered worthless. In Indiana wheat is badly damaged in the northern part of the State, hut quite promising in central and southern districts. In Illinois promising conditions prevail, as a rule, only in tho southern part of the State; badly damaged in central and northern portions. In Michigan much of the wheat will be plowed up and planted to other crops. In Missouri the damage in the northern part of the Stato amounts toa practical failure, but in the other portions favorable weather conditions have repaired to a great extent the injury from winter killing. In Kansas the latest reports indicate from one-ha- lf to of a crop. Winter wheat has also suffered "Wisconsin. Iowa and Nebraska, but the damage there will be repaired by sowing to spring wheat. In this State the seasonable weather of the latter half of April produced n rapid growth, but there is some complaint that the plant is not starting well and that it will not be sufficient to cover the ground. The improvement is confined to early and medium late wheat, the extrenio late being general ly reported worthless. Spots in fields where the snow was blown off still show the effects of the exposure, and it is highly probable that these spots will remain bare to the end. It is estimat ed that 7 per cent, of the ncrage will be plowed up. Oats were sown very late, in fact seeding Avas barely completed with the close of the month. Many farmers, in their eagerness, sowed while the ground was too wet for cultivation, resulting in poor germination and indifferent growth. "Where sown with ground in good condition the crop is coming on nicely. Corn planting made considerable progress during the month, and whilo there yet remains much ground to be broken planting began ns early as the middle of the month. Tho early plant ed came up quickly and is growing rapidly. No complaint is made of injury from cut worms or other insects. The ground dried very rapidly during the latter days of the mouth, and somo difficulty is experienced in getting the ground in good condition for planting. Tobacco plants, though plentiful, will be Iato. Indications are that setting will not bo generally begun until the 25th of May, on account of plants being small. Indications aro for an av erage acreage. Clover generally wintered well and has made wonderful growth since the advent of warm weather. It is now ready for stock to be turned on. Reports on clover sown this spring differ. In onio counties rcsowing has been found necessary on account of being killed by late freezes; also that it has been badly drifted into bunches by the heavy rains. Others report an excellent catch obtained from first sowing, and that it is getting a good start. Fastures have mado equally rapid growth, and, considering the condition on April 1st, tho present condition of 8G is quite satisfactory. May 1st finds livo stock in good con dition after the long, hard winter, Very littlo complaint is made of liog cholera, and there is an entire absence of other diseases. Sheep that were suffering from lack of pasturage are now rapidly regaining lost vitality. Prospects for fruit havo improved wonderfully during the month. Espec ially is this the case with pears and two-thirds -- $ in a palatable and easily dj- jested form, but also the hypo- - g phosphites which are so valua- - $ tliis month representing S blc in nervous disorders that $ anaemia. $ nototliecon-ditio- n g usually accompany 8 SCOTT'S EMULSION isaS $ fatty food that is more easily $ digested than any other form g of fat. A certain amount of m flesh is necessary for health. g g You can get it in this way. m per sons to gain a pound a g We have knowti day while taking it 666 SS g V SS 50c and $1.00, all druggists. SCOTT Sc BOWNE, Chemists, Kew York. g 6 64B& cherries. The reverse is probably true of grapes, the damage to the vines from severe winter being greater than at first anticipated. Apples, pears, cherries and plums have been in full bloom, with the. weather conditions perfect for fruiting. Many correspondents make special mention of tho unusually heavy apple bloom. Raspberries and blackberries will be a failure, tho canes being killed to the roots. Strawberries will bo a failure, though a fow reports of live bloom are received from the western and southeastern sections. A short time ago a gentleman in town who takes a. great interest in livo stock, wished to purchase an extra milk cow. After searching somo time lie found ono just to his liking, but on bringing her homo ho was annoyed to discover sho had no upper- teeth. He sent immediately for a veteran stock") buyer, who lives just outside of the city limits. As a joke the latter told him his cow had a serious disease of gums which would prevent her grow ing any more teeth, and made her worthless as a milk cow. He offered to take her off his hands at two-thirthe value at which she had been appraised. To his surprise the ilisconso- lato purchaser jumped at the chance.' It was nearly a woek before the gen tleman found out his mistake, and then it was his nine year old son who enlightened him. Harrodsburg Demo- 25c. 50c. appeals strongly Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dtc8-ly- r to every lover of romance. Tho intro- Q. White. n duction of tho Princess All druggists soil Dr. Miles' Korvo PListors. at tlio and Battle of "Roses at Nice, whcio sho is llttingly framed by a pink-tinte- d of roses, and where she is teen for the first time by a wealthy Central American, who is to influence her. after-lif- e, surely compels attention. That" this man, whose indifference to the fnir sex is exceptional, should imperil 'his life' for her seems but natural, as wo see, combined with the charming personality, a character unspoiled by adulation; sympathetic, faithful aud brave. The story can be said truly to be among tho best works '"Ring out tho eld Ring In the new of this popular writer. Ring out tho false Ring in the true " W - Jg to you the new and true from tho .We have read of Maud on a sumpincy forests of Norway mer day, who raked, barefoot, the new mown hay ; wo have read of the maid in the early morn who milked tho cow with the crumpled horn, and we've Pine-Tar-Hon- ey read the lay that poets sing, of the restling corn and the flowers of spring; but of all the lays of the tongue or pen, Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by there's naught liko tho lay of tho Kenscience to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive tucky hen. Long, long, before Maud Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. makes her hay the Kentucky hen beThe sore, weary cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilagins to lay, and ero the milkmaid has mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g stirred a peg, the lien is up and has cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed dropped her egg, the corn must rustle membranes are healed and soothed so that there and the flowers spring, if they keep up Is no inclination to cough. with tho barnyard ring. If Maud is SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS needing a hat or gown, she dosn't Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Slzci take her hay to town; she goes to the BE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 YEARS OLD, and never tried store and obtains her suit with a basany remedy equal to JJr. BeU s ket full of fresh fruit. If the milkIt elves quick and permanent relief Dr. Bell's Pint-Tar-Hin- ty In grip as well ns couchs nnd colds. It makes maid's beau makes a Sunday call she weak luncs strong. Airs. If. A. Metcalfe. Peducah.Ky. doesn't feed him on milk at all, but For sale by Ferry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. work up eggs in a custard pie, and stuffs him full of chicken fry. And when the old man wants a horn, does ho take the druggist a load of corn? Not much. Ho simply robs a nest, to town he goes you know the rest. He lingers and he talks, perchance, of truo AND BUY YOUR reform and correct finance; while his good wife stays at homo and scowls but is saved from want by those self same fowls, for whilo tho husband lingers "We pay the Highest and sell there, she watches the cackling lieu witb care and gathers the eegs, the for the Lowest Prices on earth. eggs she'll hide, till she gets enough to stem the tide. Then hail, all iiail the Kentucky hen, the greatest blessing of all to men. Throw up your hat and make Rome howl, for the persevering Cor. Main and Cheapside. RICHMOND, KY. barnyard fowl. Corn may bo king, but 'tis plainly seen that the Kentucky hen is Kentucky Queen. Winchester Democrat. " Kusso-Auiericasea-she- ll ALL DRUGGISTS, j II... I ou ran ezAimne it at your nearest irriKat ucpu. uiu ti g round . p.rf..llj Mt!frtrr. eimrtly as repreMfite,!, v Xi . .k - -- l ... ..II v. IWI ... 1 k I 11 GRADE SEND NO MONEYKE5s;?3 t. .niDBQP CABINET e will miiJ you OBa HIGH SU80ICI SEVtlHG MACHINE kjfrelsMC O. D. Mtjrtt OKUTXSr BlKliiU YOU KTCU USiliU OF, P'J frrbtkixrni our special oner Price S15 50 and rrctsrht charces. The machine weiirha 130 ponnda and the freltrhtwHl avrratre 75 cents lor each 5"0 miles. CIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL in your- - own hrnnf, and we will return your tiia any day you are not satisfied, tte trll dtf. (mil utn J frsd.. mt SitM.r at tf.ll, S1II.O0. tlt.W). SlOOaad.p. all fatly dmrilnd I. Oar l'rr. f.wl.c Jlacala. Catalan.. at SIS. SO fart.l. DIIOP DESK CABIIIET BUHDICE Is tha greatest value ever ottered by any house. J..r DR. BELL'S ottering atawa paataieta uniler Tarloos names, with Inducement. Wrlia aome frlead la Cblear. aad leara wh. ar. mm iltS 5(1T. I t PWtfXlJiVylK itsnr i.k wist or mur men i littlUIC HIllll.Mt SAr. WITH THE DZFECT3 0F503. JIA11K II V Till, IIEST 1J A K E'l I ' A3IKKIC , r l.ll.u 1 111, liUi 31 A J 1.I.1.YI. 3t 1 X T. T viwiv vnzx CAB I ? 1 AN IH Y. ruso rvLiMit, ) phi- - iiiii5iratiun allows maciiiiic clor. t fee ln from mc hi to ued o l rratrr talKr, lmt or 4t't tS pu vltta full length t.'le anj bemi in ptare for Mwinr. ' r Irtdtt trmto. rarrrd. fanetod. etnlvi driwrrt. lairi t clenrtvtHl tlnnli. finest blciVel drawer pullj, mth i . I te-i- . ball bcaii:iiTailJu.-tahrtrail. ru nine 5mytli imn fc finest Ur$ lllfh Arm aesd, pofttire four nHtlon feed, self . tarcadin Ingthutlle, automatic bobbin wnider. rdjiiitc.b!e bfarin-rpatent t liberator. iinproTeil loose wheel. adji:tabl precacr fonj. Improved carrier, patent needle bar. pate itdret"Mnrd. head I hmlaotnlr de- - rit , n4 hellfall NICKEL TIHrriVEEO. and marilMl GUARANTEED Hltt malatr, MMtilriMstidearrftt MltttfiiBirkn nd. Kterj ktiwi ttitkarnt UtmruUhti a4 ear Free Instruction BocL; Junt Iinwanrnneeanninlt and dneither plain or any kind of fau ,. O" YEARS BINDINO OUARANTEK is wnt with every nn, A2 IT COSTS YOU NOTHING em.no. 2i.00 nsaii 60.00, and then If conrlnoed with. a ymr lrlkl real the $15.50 m TO KKTLH TOl'R fli.SO If t ur tine three nnlh ijmt,m mw tmiiwntu, vavvn iu iiia imm i aro tnoroupniy reiiaoje -- Editor ) ear. itoeimcK r.iA.. Address, !!!. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Tertlsuienta, s RfUinLK AID BEWARE OF IrVIITATIONS PSB ja n y..nu ''ill w fr,?." Chicago, apr5-6- ft Sealed Bids. Sealed bids will bo received by J. N. Culton for the erection of a new church, Just bevond Water Works, on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike, up to Friday, May2S. For further particulars call on David Chenault, Sr., or J. apr2S-t- d N. Culton, this city. TEA cures Dyspcp-- r Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. 1533. 1333. PftAMANUBIAN Sell Your Hides Idtllvl v sia, Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. TnuRMAN .ak'. JSSBBMbVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBe4 EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' LEGAL TEST 16036. . Grocery Co., Anrono scndlne a sketch and description mar quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly con&dentlaL Handbook on I'atcnts sent free. Oldest aeency for securlnppatcnts. Patents taken tbroush ilunu A Co. recclro tpteiol notice, without charge, in tno A handsomely illustrated weekly. Ijireest circulation of any sdcntlflo lournnl. Tcr.ns, 93 n ynar: four months, IL Bold byall newsdealers. - Hew York, MUNN & Co.3BBranch Office, CS K St, Washington, V. C 28-2- Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. BORDEAUX MEDICAL G0,K5Niw For sale In Richmond by Terry & Thomas, scpt21-l- yo"' Carried Down 5tream. crossing- "When ington. some difficult place in a man No. IX X30pm 5.55pm 6.45pm 7.00pm Na stations.ArtINa 7.40am'l.v 11.1 12. Na 14. 0.55am Ar LamcbrgAr 10.43am ArllarodsbgAr Loulsvil 10.40am ia55am Ar liurgln.. 5.10pm 4.25pm Lvl 4.15pm EASTBOCND. Na JNoJ. 0.17pm laiuamjAr Verslles'Ar G.40pm 11,10am Ar Midway Ar 7.10pm 12.05pmlAr Georgtn Lvl EASTUQU.N& tNo. 5. BTATIOWS. 7.4uum X30pm Lv Louisvtl Ar lasCam 6.20pm LV VCTKllO' A' tNaC7.i STATIONS. 3.30pm 7.40amlLv txiulsvil Ar S.lCpm iUWamlAr Sheltivll Ar 15. 8.10am 7.20am 7.10am WESTBODSa No. 16. 1 No. 08. ia40am 7.Xpm 9.12am (.OTipm 7.50am 4.15pm 7.30am X38pm 7.00am XWpm WESTBOUND. 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Floriua & Havana Limited carries Through Drawmtr Itoom Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville, Atlanta, Macon and Jacksonville; connects at Lexington or Chattanocirn with Pullman Sleeping car for New Orleans; Free Chuircars between Louisville and LfXlnrrton: Observation Chair between Lexington and I tome; Cufo cars, nt ronclen Train No. 3 earrlet Pullman Slecplnir car tweeu Iioulsvllle, Chattanoosa and Ulrmlng-haalo Thrijurh Sleeplne cars Inm Lexington to Jacksonville via Ashevllle and Savannah: also via Chattanooga and Atlanta. No chance. Free Chair car Lexington to Chattanooga. "TxoucU bleeping cars Lexington to New Orleans. tDailyexceptSondaTy t A. Wiinnoif, 1.&T.A., S.XSwjWf.&TJL, Louisville, Ky. Mxington.Ky. r.S.OAW!ilw. 3d V.IMkO.tt, J. M. Culp.T. sr pm 1 ele-ea- No, X 7.40am 7.45pm 1. Na Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will prove an unfailing means of rescue aud restoration. It is a very simple though eminently scientific medicine. It is not a mere stimulant like so many malt extracts. It restores healthy power by reviving the innermost sources of vitality in the nutritive system. It enables the digestive and g organism to manufacture good blood abundantly and rapidly, so that the immense waste of tissue and nerve fiber entailed by hard labor is offset by a speedy upbuilding of fresh energy and blood-makin- current of diseasethen is the time when the marvelous rejuvenating properties of Dr. strength. Ball Barings Rotary Motioft aad W.A.TUHK.G.P.A.. .Washlncton. 11. WosalastoaD. C C WashinRtnn. U.C. WK.H.TATL0Jt.A.O.l'A. For sale by IJtio4-Kur;nitu- r A prominent and venerable Illinois physician, D. W. Vowlcs, M. D., of Fowler. Adams Ca, writing to Dr. Tierce, says: " I .send herewith thirty-on- e 31) cents in stamps for The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser' In cloth binding. With this pittance for so valuable a work (tndya gift to the public), I must express my hiffh appreciation of the vast amount of good' that you have rendered the public A correct measure of your usefulness never has been, and never will be estimnted bv the public; no, not even bv the multitude of aitlicted humanit v thnt Ssee. . has been relieved and cured by your medk cineb Wherever I- - go or have been in the'. United States, 1 find persons who have used, arid J 'WlWvJapan most of .r tho horses are shod ... :n- for which they are recom- Even the clumsiest of stxjlcen disparagingly "wynstraw. mended., Nvin2ts wear straw shoes, which, of their acMon. and from having seen so often cart'-Horse- s their good effects, I am also eathused with con- in their cases, are tied round the ankle fidence in their acttoa in cases and conditions for which thev are rramiraended. It i not with straw rope, and are made, of this common for regular, pfcysicJann to endorse and strawvjbroided so as the rccsmmniu pnptxuiy iHcuicmes. uik in in is ordinary ease I have bo eyiivocM ioH or hesitancy in so foflsa a sel tortho66'tiHbb'utJ)alf tin oipg." v Maryland has a law making it a felony to attempt to commit suicide and the first trial under it occurred at Cumberland Friday. The' defendant, who is a Virginian and an produced very stroilg extenuating circumstances which made him desire to shuffle olf his mortal coil before his natural time. and ho was dismissed with an admonition. As only those who fail. to succeed in fclo do so can bo tried crat. and punished, Marylanders and others A Frightful lSlundcr who are tried of life, will doubtless Will often cause a horrible Burn, make suro work of it when they start Scald, Cut or Bruise, Bucklen's Arni; out to dio by their own hand. Stanca Salvo, tho best in the world, will ford Journal. kill tiie pain and promptly heal it A dispatch from Lexington to the Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, gives the startBoils, Felon, Corns, all skin eruptions. Chicago Times-JournBest Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents ling information that of tho 47 colonels a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per and three generals who went with Gov. Bradley to Chickamauga, only seven ry & Thomas, Druggist. 5 ever smolled tlio smoko of battlo or know how to mark time, and not one of RUNNING FOR OFFICE. them offered his services in the late Spanish war. It is a pity to spoil repA MAN WHO DIDN'T WIN GIVES THE COST utations and traditions in this way. AND EXPERIENCE. Each of the colonels and generals is a born fighter, willing to do so at the A Mississippi newspaper has found so what boots drop of a a man who gives his experience whilo did not gohat,work? Stanford it if they to Journal. running for oflico which he did not win by a large majority, Ho submitted A writer in the Arena contends that the following account of expenses in- the death penalty has been a failure in curred: this country, basing this conclusion on Lost 4 months and 33 days canvass- the increase of homicides. Tlio figures ing, 1,349 hours thinking about the given are somewhat startling. In 1SSQ election, 5 acres of wheat, 2 whole there wero only 4,290 homicides in the crops of sweet potatoes, 4 sheep, 5 United States, but in 15 years thenum- shoals and 1 beef given a barbecue, 2 ber went up to 10,500. front teetli and a considerable amount of hair in a personal skirmish gave 97 plugs of tobacco, 7 Sunday school books, 2 pair of suspenders, 4 calico dresses, 7 dolls and 13 baby rattlers, " have four children, 7ith the first told 2.SS9 lies, shook hands 23,370 three I suffered almost unbearable pains from times, talked enough to have mado in print 1,000 large volumes size of patont 12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed tmdtr office reports, kissed 120 babies, kin the influence of chloroform. I used three dled 13 kitchen fires, cut three cords of bottles of Mother's Friend before our .fast wood, pulled 475 shocks of fodder, child came, which helped shuck 0 wagon loads of corn, is a strong, fat. and dug 14 bushels of potatoes, toted 27 healthy boy, doing buckets of water, put up 7 stoves, was my housework up dog bit 3 times, watch' broken by baby, to within two hours of birth, and suf ?3 to repair; loaned 3 barrels ol flour, fered but a few hard 2G bushels of meal, 150 pounds of bacon, 57 pounds of butter, 32 dozen of pains. This liniment is tie grandeggs, 2 umbrellas, 12 lead pencils, 1 est remedy ever Bible dictionarv, 1 mowing blade, 2 hoes, 1 overcoat, 2 boxes of paper col made." lars, none o! which have been returned Called my opponent a perambulating liar doctor bill, $10. Had 5 argu ments with my wife results: 1 flower vase smashed, 1 broom handlo broken, 1 dish of hash knocked olf table, 1 shirt will do for every woman what it did for the bosom ruined, 2 handsful of whiskers Minnesota mother who writs the above lete it during pregnancy is a pulled out, 10 cents worth of sticking ter. Not t mistake to be paid for in of la and suffering. plaster bought. Besides spending Mother's Friend equips .e patient with a strong body and clear Aitellcct, which in turn are imparted to child. It relaxes That Tli robing Headache. the muscles, and allowsLsem to expand. Ir Would quickly leave you, if you used relieves morning sielciess and nervousness, Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands It puts all the orgass concerned in perfect of 8unerers have proved their match condition for the fin1 hour, so that the actual less merits for Sickfhnd Nervous Head- labor is short and practically painless. Danaches. They makrf pure blood' and ger of rising cr ;xd breasts is altogether strong nerves and build up your health. avoided, and recovery is merely a 'matter oi Easy to take. Try thorn. Only 25 cents. a few days. Money back if not cured. Sold by Per sell JHWs Friend for $1 a bottle. ry & Thomas, Druggists. 5 The Bradflcld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. Bend for pr free Illustrated book. The life 9! an editor In Bervia is not a delightful one. Within the Jast two years a weekly paper has had 1G editors. Fifteen of them are in jail for too keenly commenting upon govornment FREI6HT affairs; iuul-:Ui- e lGth has just been .PREPAID. hu8tledtfl" 'io join them for tho same For this style al r r Scientific JJmerican. ccr (the only horse with 167 in 2:30 Lpoal Test's 1st dam by "Don Victor." I, "Williamson's Belmont;" 2d dam Minn;;, h son ot Hambletonian 10; 3d dam Laura Kn iu . by Hambletonian JO, all producing dams His sire. Electioneer, stands ahead of in; horse, living or dead, both as a sire ot cxtren. speed and 2:30 performers, and his sou, Chi mt is the champion trotting Stallion, as a sire f fast and consistent race horses, having to Iu credit soven with average records of 2:10'. distinction which is not equaled even by tin great George Wilkes or any of his sons. The public is well acquainted with suchnotv performers as The Monk, The Abbot, Fantas . Tommy Britton, Janie T., etc., from year t year the leading stars ot the truf. The get of this great horse also bold for yearling, and threi ycar-old trotters. Lboal Tkst is IS hands high, fine weight, with a perfect disposition.. lie goes with .i shoe in front and behind, and a handsome horse. Will stand at $15.0i to insure a living colt. . i . four-oun- Record 2.29'4, fourth heat in a race on a li i'f mile track. Sired by the great Election 7 apr5-2- B. H. NEALE. rjrm rtirrinrmnjumnn rtiTririrvn nnrtri i rut ruin I HIGHEST UIfa2JLa Thai's why you want to sc them before you buy. We mean our GENT'S COLUMBIAN BICYCLE LADIES' COLUMBIAN Insurance Gasoline Stove Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. - f All wc require Is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. We aro the only factor' in tho United States selling direct to rider. Wc guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given. We give more options I han the regular dealers. You can have your choice of color, hcighth of frame, or any gear desired. Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing, flush joints, large sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc WRITE FOR CATALOGUE QIVINO FULL DESCRIPTION, COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., Al2lA FOUND ONLY AT THE C apr26-3r- a CLEVELAND. OHIO. p mnjiruuutruxnnjuutruinjuinr a e. ft?, 09s... .a. OS... o oO a... e Says: a aes... .. . a... .. .. .. CASH ST terms will be (C -- ..0 tie ...a ... a a o OO On and after January 1st, 1890. our ...ca ...CO ...90 ...o .a. a.. Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. aa. C... Sta. SPOT- - CASH!" attempted to run our business by collecting the first of each month, but have been unable to collect, thorn all promptly. Wo are therefore compellctl to soli for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to mako it to tho interest of the.tratjc to do business with us. Wo havo n nico line of Staple and Fancy Grccories, Qnconsvaro and Glassware, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and got pricos. jgrGoods exchanged for country produco Wo TiiiYe s ...8 .ao ...oo OO ...oo oo oo -- '.OO oa oa OO OO .a.. .. aesaa .OO ...oo .. $ $ Friend Plows, Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Champion Bind- ers and Mowers, and all kinds of Farming Implements. mchl-l- y j$ J$ a. )' a.. Sa a... ...OO OO ...OO OO -- .. .moO 09 as a. ae.. as a 9e... ( .. ...eo asO ....CO o oO ca OO a. HIGGINS aa ..OO OO llKAl KY. m WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, a . f .ae . aA ..OO oo :; .OO aaaaaaaaacaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoeaaaaaeas ti For a SUMMER CRUISE take the COAST LINE sVEw" MACKINAC COMFORT, STEEL Why Suffer Isony ? Wlicn DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you. IS is the discovery of an cdiinpnt. plii'feician. No Knife ! No PASSENGER STEAMERS SPrED aad SAFETY Intarriipiion of Business i lias-cure- Equipment. Artistic Furalshlajr. Decoration h! fiftieth Sm-vJs- Tq Bslrelt, Foua Tmr No other I.iac offers o panort,ma WipejggrpiBai, ftMii of jnes A6o ofen.ua! variety and interest. mv Tho first treatment bring! imruodiato relief. It. thousands, and vriil cure you. Mil. T. vS. WILCOX, prpmir.-Mi- t merchant, imlitician .and chief of tho i'iro Dopnrtmont, s.v. s: sufferin", DO:V5 1'iLE Ol NTM UN V vls.rcc-- . : cnrncmlcd .to mc. I v Iimtnrily i;i vo ,,;, oe mmM'MM , Loulavillc Ky. Co., Riohwoud, Ky. .Tbe 'quick Tfercya yirinl CMKtiyatfoa-ettr- e FcUaU. feer flip. cent pir. Doctor lavdirtfaick." TlicsC eolOs coet'aboit'Cine 1 , MOfOVffTM AVK.. WHAYNB arm sewing taschlnewitn all attachments war ranted loyeara. If machine is not satisfactory in $0 days money will be re-1 una Co. sesacaaa with order. Descriptive circular seat oa application. M'K'O CO., LOVWVKXK. KV. sew high rtn WttX Betwco MARQUETTE Toledo, Detroit anil Mackinac PETOSKEY, BiS0iT rare. j, Day ano Night StRvicc Bjtwien AND CLEVELAND "THE SOO," AND DULUTH. LOW RATES to PlcturesqaaMadttaac end Return, including MeaJs m4 Befk4. Approximate Cost fro Cte vefcnd.J ( b.jjo from foltdo, J 16.25: from tfetroit. $ 13 73 ! Earliest Traiaslax all points Kast, South tina South wen, and at Detroit for all points North aad Northwest, ConnecticremaceataeTe!andwilh Ecb Directlm. $1.50 Statween, $1.75. 75c, $1. I lie use of one uos cffccU-- a "permanent dire. yen th:s statement, honins it w'll t lrfe.:t.ns of lirin;'intr30ur wonderful remedr It V.us cttmtii.ii ( oilnfrAufa fjr.ng ivith piles." ' Price $1.00, Prepai-- J to any At'drsss. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHA1TANOOQA, TENN. Seud . n, 2cfcr Illustrated . vrmn Every! br kV.ur nrru Clovolanl, JPitt -in -XIny ami Toledo. I 9unayifiKHW,Ili,,AfSB.,ct.if 4. ParapJilet... i,4dre . r. ... jncUZJ-C-r- a MTWr. mm n