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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): May 24, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899052401_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): May 24, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 25. GOV. ED BROWN RICHMOND, WRITES UP RED HOUSE AND VICINITY. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1899. NUMBER 51. betrothal; then comes the summer, I T. Equitable Lite . . isswo Society OP THE ONI TED STATES. p A peifect sncre was the first issue of the above named journal, published weekly at Louisvilie. by Mr. Courier-Journf' Dliig., FINDS THE ELIXIR OF LIFE Yenowine, in liouisville, atfl per venr. It is brim- GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, full of pictures of pretty girls, hand Jat Kuj Ess. Drives Away The Wrinkles of some dames, gallant men, ami other products of Kentucky. With, the Cli Approaching Old Age. The leal profession will bo specialmaylT-2- w General Agents max one year it will be sent to any ly interested iu the following unpre CURES GUARANTEED Kentucky. for 51 X). Eastern cedented ruling of the Supreme Court Thnnranrisof vounc and iiiiJJle-nctTAKEN FROM BILLY GOATS i men have Ihcir vigor and vitality Fanned of the United States, as detailed in a Telephone Line by Way ol Ford. S hy early aWcs. later ojceipei", menial fc worry, etc. No matter tho cane. our The Winchester Democrat is author- Wshin;tou dispatch to the New York The elixir of life sought by explorer? New Method Treatment 13 tho rclure. ity for the following, of interest to all aun: and philosophers from Ponce De Leon Nelson W. Green, of Arlington, Mass., WE CURE IMPOTENCE WE CEST OF THEM ALL II to Brown-Sequar- d has at last been Madisoniaus: who, as inventor of the driven well I Andreflororll parts to n normal condi-- 1 "Work has begun on the WinchesMidisos CmctriT Court. found, in the land of razor backs and tion. Ambition, life and eneriry are re C. D. Chcnault. Adm'r. with the willl ter, Ford aud Richmond lino and we process, has furnished more litigation newed, and one feels hlmielf a man i fence rails A country physician from ofWm U Qrcen, dee'd., - Pllf.l Notice among men. Every care n treated indi-- I for the United States courts than any Against ol Sale. Green county. Mo , claims to have dis shall 60on be able to "Hello" to thore henco our wonder- vidnallv no cnre-aJames R. Orecn, &c, - - - Dfts. J I ful juccesj. No matter whiit ails yon, I places and intermediate points. Several other man in the country, obtained In pursuance of a judgment of the Madison covered the lluld which will turn the a can ua confidentially. h consult y a rule in the Supreme Court,the Circuit Cfiurt, rendered in the above styled acbank bonds to piarantoo to accomedge of the scythe of Father Time and car loads of cedar poles from Madison i tion, at its April Term, 1W1, the undersigned, plish what wo claim. as Admiinistrator with the will annexed of Wm. county which will be used for this line. form of which is probably unique. In drive away the wrinkles of approehing U. Qreen, deceased, will, on 1897 Green obtained judgement again.--1 1 n eoranleto novel In every num-- l rnntiiin, "The Old Kentucky Telephone Comold age. His "name is B. V. Roberts. CURED r nJiiii.. 10:. of useful the city of Lynn, Mass., for $11,600 for n 11I lUicrtuhilDR muling matter. and so thoroughly has he impressed pany which was organized some tnfrigement of Wo twiit and enre: EniSSTOXS. I his driven well patent. nuTPftnfT.v cviunt isi !i.l'lt a Zo rolifnitO'X Atnrtrm. fhlrh fire so Chicago physicians who have experi- months ago, will probably have no 1st, 1 8T1UCTUKK. IM POTENCY. SKGKEl' Thursday, he appealed to the c' Jcfiuisufrf lu uiumt rcuderm. lines of its on n but will be the lessee Not being DRAINS. UNNATUllAb DISC1IA1U1-Emented with his fluid that several of It should bo In cvrry household. KIDNEY and 1IL A DD Hit Diteafe . Circuit Court of Appeals for the First them have undertaken extensive ex- of the Winchester, Ford and Richmond, 83.00 jkt year. FUEK. CONSULTATION BOOKS Ac nn wnnteu In every town, to whom FREE. If nnablo to call, irritn for the Winchester and Paris, the Winchet-terandM- t. Circuit. The appeal was granted by At 10 o'clock, a. m., on the premises, on the periments with the new panacea. QUESTION the most liberal Inducements Trill bo offered. BLANK for ROME Judge Putnam, who indorsed the apRichmond and Lancaster Turnpike Road, Slerling lines, and others TREATMENT. On his farm near Green City Dr. Rob about one mile southwest Sf Richmond, oiler J. B. LIPPDJCOTT COUP ANY, Publishers, for sale, at public auction, to the higest bidder, that will probably bo built. These peal with the statement that he was erts hag raised a large herd of goats, PHILADELPHIA. two tracts of land owned and occupied by W. will have independent corporate exist- afraid it hail notTbeen perfected in time. R Green during his lifetime and allotted to is from theso prosnic animal and it The App- Rate ludge threw out the ap and occupied by his widow as dower until her PROFESSIONAL CAROS. that the fluid of youth is to bo Eecuied. ence but will be managed by the Old peal on death. One tract lies and fronts on the east the ground suggested by Judge side of the Lancaster Turnpike and adjoins the Kentucky" 122 W. "Life cells," from tho lymphatic glands lands of Mrs. Ellen Gibson on the north and T. Putnam. From this judgment they ATrOENSTS. C. Urontton on the east and south, and conof tho goats, are removed with great CINCINNATI, O. Banquet in Louisville. tains about refused to allow Green to appeal to the care, and are transplanted to the hu C. C. Roe, Chairman of the Banquet Supreme Court IV. MILLER. R. man body by means of hypodermic in Committee for the meeting of the Ohio Thereupon Mr. Green last Monday, jections. The results, according to Dr. Valley League of Bimetallic Clubs Attoukey-at-Lat by his attorney, presented a petition Roberts and his assistants, have been Louisville has completed CtTSZDvrith vegetable Kentucky. Richmond, arrangements asking leave to file a motion for a writ And lies almost in a square. Upon this tract is F- lurdifs. UaVHCnrrd nteresting in the extreme. In the in for the Rryan dollar dinner at Founmany thousand caes situated the residence and improvements The next door to Office In the Burnam Building, of mandamus to these Judges compell honelejM. In ten other tract of land lies and fronts on the west eal'ed f eb3-l- y stitution to bo established in Chicago tain Ferry on the evening of arraer's National Bank. Turnpike lays atleaat the nf all the clos- ing them to hear his appeal, or grant ed. Tf stlmonlalu and TE21 DATSvmutonui remov side ofthirty-fiv- Lancaster acres, andand contains e adjoins the (35) abont free. further experiments will bo made. ing day of the meeting, June 2. one to the Supreme Court, or for any DR. a. H. GHEIIl'S SOnS, Box K. Atlanta. Ga. lands of Mrs. Wm. Irvine on the north and the Dr. Alexander C. Wiener, a physician lands of Adam Green on the southwest. Each There will be seven huge tables, with other relief that the court might deem J of the two tracts will be ottered In two parcels whose office is in the Reliauce building, seats for l,CO0 guestp. and then as a whole, and the best bid offered In y The central chair, fit. Chief Justice Fuller anCALDWELL'S R this way for each tract will be accepted and assisted Dr. Roberts in some of the ex at table No. 1, will bo occupied by W. Attorney reported. nounced that the court had granted periments conducted in Chicago. TERMS. This land will be sold upon a credit KENTUCKY. J. Semonin, Chairman of the banquet. the petition and had received the mo RICHMOND, months, in equal CONSTIPATION. B U of six and twelve (6 and 12; day I do not like to speak of anything Chair No. 2 will be for payments, with interest from of sale. PurJudge James P. tion. A rule was issued, made return Oili.-over Tttylor'a Hardware store, opwill be required to execute bonds with of this kind," said he, "because it Tarvin, of Covington, the President of able on May 1, directing the Judges to William Bickers, of Chattanooga, chasers security, payable to the undersigned, approved posite Court House, on Main Street. Wm. R. seems so sensational that it is likely the League. Chair No. 3 for the the Hon. show cause, not why the petitioner's killed himself because he could not as Administrator ofand will annexed of from bearing interest Green, deceased, to be disbelieved and may lead to sovere W. HOGG, day of sale, with lien retained, having the force J. Bryan, tho guest of honor, and appeal should bo heard by them, but manage his household and effect of a judgment. Possession will be criticism by the profession. Dr. Rob- Chair No. 4 for ATTORNEY AT LAW. given on October 1, 1830, and the purchaser will J. C. S. why a writ of certiorari should not is erts has taken up the work which has Blackburn, the nave the right to seed before possession is and Whiskey Lab.t Kentucky. toastma6ter. sue bringing the case directly to the KiiitMONw, cured at home withgiven. been advanced by Alexander Poehl of out pain Book of par The banqueters will go to Fountain Supreme Court for review. This is C. D. Chenault, tlculmra sent P IJtt St. Petersburg, and Brown Seqnard has Ferry in a special train of trolley DS. B.M VXOOLLtT CO. Adm'r. with the will annexed of Wm. R. cars, believed to bo unprecedented in the Office No. 13 First St.. up etairs. mayl0-4uCice. lot Nurth i'ryur St. Green, deceased. made novel and valuable ad'ances". with Mr. Bryan aud other prominent history ot the court. Should the case Poehl took his fluid from young horses guests upon the "Allegro" in 7C. & D. M. 0I1KNAULT, front. ultimately go to the Supreme Court it and obtained results' much similar to The menu iias been completed. It may not be to the advantage of Mr. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SEND US ours. will be as follows: Green, for in a famous decision de Cat ifclaa. tftad mi4Um with f I.tHI. wlliea4 ra thU MlVT Kentucky. Richmond, The general plan of the treatment Fried Chicken. livered some years ago the court de twlaatloo. You can examine It at yonrneareit freight depot. is to find a method of elimination of yoa nnd r pretested, equal to orcana Peas in Cases. Saratoga Chips. clared that he was not the inventor of uiJ ir at 75.00itt exactly a thsifreatest Talaeyoaerersair inas and 100.00, retail office on Secoml street, over Chen-anil'- s certain deposits and of oxidization of at more Radishes. Olives. Pickless. the driven well .process, reversing a far better than organ adTtrtlsedvu aaya' o&crpncc, money, pay nerreiffm agem ear apeeiai trrnoerv. blood.- - This will naturally prolong lifo.J eas tne IL.C0, or SSO. ana freight charges. Fountain Ferry Ham. former decision. for these aro tho two elemonts which Cold Roast Beef. 31.75 IS 0U3 SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE iSJKR Cold Roast Veal. PHYSICIANS. price curs tend to bring about the state of old Smear Kaso. The right of a husband to gamble 4raiara. hiirh aw asmffcronem lerer made before. 3TTrriTST t diuillk aid of tho HE ACME QUEEN t age." Ma, From the nitration shown, which Ukll latraKaU err Whole Tomatoes Lettuce with Dressing away rronoy when he has a wife de 5xrarefl direct from a phoWcraptuTOu can form lorue idea of Its DRS GIBSON, & GIBSON, "Do you think this lymph actually eauiiiui appearance, iuaae rrera ao.ic qaarier anwea Swiss Cheese. pending upon him for support is den .anuqae nDin.na3asonieir uc?ra,veua.isu uruamciue j. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, prolongs life?" Inohes 1493aty!e. TUC XdX qiKKl lee UreamA Coffee. Assorted Cakes. fined by the Ohio Supreme Court Sat- Mtothps Ion;. S3 Inches wide and It fcot pound. lit ItCuo3tf t im Kentucky. "Yes," said Dr. Wiener; certainly Among the Vpeakers, 60 we are in urday in Richmond, Mti xtarve, il si pi, as ronow: lubo, rriripi. the case of Charles Vincent Xflatllk, Ce)r. Crept, I'if Oar'tr -- : - '';..-'.-.r v. think so from the results 1 have seen." formed by Judge Tarvin, will be ex- - vs. Clapira Taylor, error to tho Circuit CraaaOraaa T( S (dice in the Joe ("cilins building, 18 and so SecHow long would one treatment have Gov. W. J. Stone; of Missouri, and ex Court of Fayette county. The syllabus 37- Ilrlulut Crlnlt r U. P..- -. ond Mrret. orer Wnue .old drucatore. nit, 1 Sri f I ?t MI effect?" y vVSia , . Gov. John P. Altjrcld. of Illinois. k4h l Sotr? pif.is Hpr. Teads as follows : n rrlaclaal u4 "I should say," was the answer, Ion nniitor the celebrated atwii b ru, which are unly any of our readers desire to attend CHAS. nOOKER, If Bardburry, C. J : i an action that one treatment might "retain ita the banquet they should at ouce remit biought under Section In T . al br.t u.S.T6, "4fci 4271, Revised usiherarlrn bellows ot the best rubier IMUre f3clt, I ETERINA R Y S ORG EON, re, c tc., 'SCA51 clotn. ply C effect perhaps ten years, and that at jU. to Mr. rftl , .fc lfSi'-wrrjywv' AStt'i' J?oe, assessor's office Statutes, by a wife dependent on her wllows utock and Isfinot lother In vahes. 1HK furnMied wllh mtill lrcll vCi3sa" Kill! QVKEX Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. the end of that time the injection CWulBvillc. VgLtg'. 'V ' r jsBW'fi, ?' v 'K'SSX.SlS!3 husband for support, it is not necessary .ta'e Freia mlrntr, nickel filatedW. pel'l frnuies, fctnl- - fijCi?l mdersry modem Improvement. tMl.k :r- rivulet. might bo repeated with success. Wo to aver or prove that the husband lost GUXRAMTEED 25 YE MS. Flow on winding singing little stream Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. twf- "MwS do not wish to give this matter pub iV.'Zx VALLEY VIEW To the waters ol he nikhing Otter money or oilier thing ofvalue in gamit 1 Office up stairs, over store recently ncculicity, but do wish to make it known to term., and conditions ot which If any part Hives out Flow on Otter to the old Kentucky 'i uy luciiraonu Harness wj., r.ai. jum y 01 I 'Aty7'X. 1SmKt&J BiSfkS l bling schemes in which he articipat- we repair it frt-- orrhurrc Try it one month and apr7-lfeSt?7-'lf'.mond, Ky. Hash on old Kentucky to the broad Ohio teiisoal. the medical profession." w will refund your money lfyouare notrerfecily Viii!iW-r!Krr- . fktS&i fat-f-yWO W. D. Roberts, of London, is regiE ed. It is sufficient in that respect that .ati Hed. AT of thene orcan, will ltoMaUll.;i. ,Sf Otiuf P52SjfeB&r! Bound on Ohio to the great Mississippi ONCE. 1M1XT PKL.1Y. HhsmCIIlliS&i'42iC5,'S.CS:' he expend "money or thing of value" Oi:lKlt . C. JASPER, M. D Rage on Mississippi father of waters OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED tered at Hotel Goosey. Remarkable Rescue-Mrs- . f Through the sunny southland and Surgery. Medicine on account of such scheme, and that not dealt wltb us uk your neighbor about us. write Miohaol Curtain, Plainfiold, 111., J. H. Burgess and wife were in Lex. the defendant in the action receive the the oa blither of thlananeroriletropollt&nXjktlnnAl And merge your muddy waters Office Collins lUtihlintr, MainStreet. Bank, or Corn Exchange Kat. Bank, Chicago; or Herman Krchanpe Bank, New Tork ; or any railroad or express In the briny deep of the Mczic gulf. shonnini;. makes the statement that she caught inetou company iaChlcafra. W aae facial at err 9700.ooo.no, hualnewa bloelcln entire one of tbo Telephone nt resilience (the Carr place) on same. . rusos, tln.oo ClXcaeo, and employ nearly tow people ta oar own bulldine. t'k St IX 0KGAS aT S::.0o cold, which settled on her lungs : the was prices. Bro. Greeny Stocker- wiil meitch at Where in such action the petition eatl aei alio ererythlnit In musical Instrument at lowest wholesale Baebaek X Write for free "peclal organ, piano It is well lo bear in mind in feeding treated for a month by her tamily phy and mnslcal instrument catalogue. Address, Ce. are Utcraagblr rallabla.liaitar.) f Seara. - - - Kentucky Richmond, Bethel Christian church i(xt (Sunday. discloses that the husband of the plain- - SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), Fulton, Desplainet and Waiman Stt.. CHICACO. ILL,- logs for market that money or feed grew worse. He told her Thomas Prather, of Lexinttu visi till' on numerous occasions during may be expended unnecessarily in sician, but W. EVANS,.. M U., Q hopeless victim of consump ted E. B. Scrivener and family producing heavy weights. Generally she was a last period extending over a number of tion and that no medicine could "cure Sunday. months had gambled at a place kept ol late ouyers discriminate asainst i Physician and Surgeon, er. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's tiieiu, so that they bring less per pound, Rev. II. R. Mills, of Spears, preached by defendant, it is sufficient if the peli Now Discovery for Consumption; she Richmond. - - - - Kentucky, and after a pin pas-icatSyloino M. E. Church South lasi liou states generally that the husband the 200 or 2C0 bought a bottle and to her delight Stilidav. extended money on schemes of gam pouud mark it often costs as much to it DR. T. J. TAYLOR, put on another 50 or GO pounds as was found herself beueflled from lirstdose. Manager G. A. Roy, of the Southern bling conducted at such place, and it Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, is noi necessary to describe the particugien to produco tho last 100 pjounds. She continued its use and after taking Kentucky As in the beef and mutton industry, it six bottles, found herself sound and Lumber Co., returned Wednesday from lar games or schemes at which he Richmond, Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to a business trip to Cincinnati. well, now does her own housework played. s the man who succeeds in early pro Jacksonvilb daily via the Queen and Crescent and 91 and residence on Second Street. Mr. Northcutt. of Menifee county, is is well as she every was Free and Where persons whoengngeiu playing duction that makes the most money connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, trial bottles of the Great Discovery at spending a few days with the family of it gambling games or Schemes iu a room out of feeding hogs for market. Lex Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors his brother. Dr. Elmer Northcutt. Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service DENTAL STJRGSBT. Lept lor gambling, instead on uiiug ington Observer. to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and to W. G. White. Large bottles GO cents Rev. Joseph Bailew, of Danville inmey to bet thereat, employ "chips" San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. G and $1 00. preached to a large congregation at1 orcouuieis" that represent monov, and i Jie rain ticrvicc is perAnlioch Christian church last Sunday. witch are furnished by the keeper of fect b detail. Fast schedDKJtTIST, "What is the smallest income on Mr. Henry Moore Spears, was iu our uheroom at an agreed valuation fur 13 EiSsElSfLrY OP I1UISVILLB, KV. ules, C4 hours to Jackson- which a man can live hi Now York?" tonn Sunday. Henry is a nice young BhatuuriHse, the players buying them viile, 54 hours next door to Government Iluilding, was the question asked of a noted ., 1 .. . RichmSnd , Ky . Office hours 9 lo lz-- i u . fellow, and cuts quite a swell ' over the r vtiiui limy miter on mo game, nuu ine Cincinnati to nov!7-l- y uanKer, wiiose income is fiuu.ouu a I r uiu as evidenced by regular weekly I. Havana. uuj nujnii oi .1... room rcueeiniiig ur u.... year. "Well," he replied, "my house river," .ti?-.-.-: 7 W.C.Rj!Emo!t visits of late. euc.li ol them as a player may ,i -r .v Four nice rooms for rent i,j ?x&a hold expenses alone amount to $5,000 tO.P.A.. hav when he quits playing, tho player Cincinnati. a year, and I do not see how I could SLABS FHOM THE LOG OF NEWS CUT TO SUIT Call at Dental OHice of Dr. Hob-son- , iu baying and playing tor them should 1IUKR1ED READEUS. possibly live on less than that." Then Oscar Witt, a young married man. be deiued to have expended, and the next door to postollice. a reminiscent smile began to cross his countenance and, heaving a little high, was accidentally shot by his cousin, seller to have received the money paid he said: "But the happiest time of George Wilbtirn, Sunday afternoon. for tne cliips. &c, on account of a )H. FRED SMITH, my life was when my wife and I aud The shot took effect iu Witt's side, in scheil-- of gambling. Nfty; Nif Judgment affirmed. UO a flicting a severe flesh wound, but it Is DENTIST. two ciiuuren nveu ncre on 7i3 TrK 7fjl Tifv year. We kept two seryants, and felt thought uot lo bo dangeiou over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. JanlZ-l- y VUA After all happiness quite rich.. The Keutucky river had a splendid doesn't depend on the amount of a raft tide last week. Manager U. W. Essp man's income. I was quite intimate Hutchison, of the Uarker Cedar Co., H. Dr. with William II. Vanderbilt when ho bought several rafts for his plant. -was considered the richest mau in the which, by the way is doing n bigger So the falling of the hair tells country. I met him one day on Fifth business under the clliuiciib and capaNo. Km Wf.l Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio aW-oscSecuring free of age and of the will be at the Hotel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky., on "We have just received a number of Ilef rij-eratoavenue, and said to him that he ought ble management of Mr. liutchioon than dom from (Ae grip declining pofeer. No matter cow barren 'the tree Ice Boxes, Water Coolers," White to bo the happiest man iu the world." ever it did utiuer auy previous lnanagL-men- t,' of calarrh mutes WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1899 nor how leafless it may seem, iiiillioiinjio loval friends for Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, which tpouks well for the excel "I am not," the great vou confidently expect leaves returning every second Wednesday o. each .if itberaior. replied "My health is shattered, am lent judgement of the present mauagi r a train Ana why j monin. iieierence every pnysician ui iuui a has ieuio-ij- r. mono, liy. all the money I possess can not rcftore Because there is we ai me Miss Lela Harris, of Richmond, the making been roots it. I can not even drive one of my line able and etticient leather, who was enfriends of this So "you need not worry about 3 horses. It is painful for me to sit gaged lo teach a live months term at KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. kind lor many the falling of your hair, the down. My only possible exercise is t this place, closed herschool last Friday, redrs. It cures tbreatenea departure oi yumu E. US. CiE, P.tfidfit, Iniijtos, St. All kinds o Fishwalk down the avenue. I rccoio haviugfcuccestifully complied the term. and beauty. And why? catarrh" wher EKARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM mere is a spars oi Because tf ing Tackle; Hooks to ever located. threatening letters d.tifv,' and mv givingeuiiresatioiactiou to her patrons. MERCIAL COLLEGES. life remaining in the roots of Mrs.R. Eades, nerves are so unstrung that I am. coi: Mies llui ris is one of the county's catch and Bible Course J53 a hair Tuition fcr Literary the $10,000 if 35 Twenty year. More than twenty teachers. stantly afraid thnt s'line assassin will Instructors aud the patrons of from a Sun Perch to fighth SU, De waylay mo- 1 urn overrun with people the school at this place congratulate Kntll nA mII.t. nf arnrlpniji receive troit. Mich., is one o,the many thou special attention. Open to both sexes. For 1 a Channel Mud Cat. who want to get mv money. I am the themselves on securing her iiiestim:- - sand of lyl7-- tl catalogues address the President. friers. This is what m ist wrechei man in New York, and ble services iu the past, she having aho says to Dr. HartrnVi: 1 SWsi Did we evers.iy any- " We have used yoCN?.Vra-n- a with I tell you that after a peTSou lias accu previously taught sthuunit this place thing to you about mulated enough arid would him against the most remarkablol-sultV- i jsitbs nettiu uiggerbiau, wuo leit a the not he without it. o hsve always poverty and gratify lu's reasonable moiiih ago to visit Mind Maud Uiviu i t recommended it to ourrricBdls. A few wants, every dollar in aiMltinn'is a' bur Kuidiay, Ohio, where, after spending years ago I purchased evottlto of your him down." den few d.iS With her, they visited the lat- onu uiicr ecu r 113 resuiia, o SHORT LINE TO was ter'a autit at l'oitlaitu, Indiana, where recommended it to my Jlismareks Iron Jjervn they wero mot by two young men of troubled with dyspepsia, iHuciirmg of oi his splendid health, her to uellit in her -this place, Mr. Travis Dunn and Mr. which ind-iccIndomitable will troiubnooiis energy tlutry Spurlock, who left store. She has sold lame ariounts of heie hboutteu are not found , where "Stomach, Liver, days ago. The parents it. My daughter has just ben j:urcd of the young of jaundice with !V..pen 33est Line to and. Bowels aro out oi order. Kidneys will arouse it into healthy activmen have received word from them Call and see us. Well, yveiiwiU set yo later. to If yon want thes qualities and the that they, tere married. Air. Duuu would gspw weary were cures IVegln to ceases to come ARKANSAS, TEXAS, ity. The hair a tell you of tho oumeroas thoy. bring, use Dr. King' leading begins to grow: and the success out: it to the hymeneal alter Miss .Big- has effected In our irnaxxliatc T.ichity MEXICO glory of your youth is- restored New Life i'llls. '1 hoy develop every gerstiiff, aud Mr. Spurloiik ami MUs within the last couple of Tears,'! 71 to you. AND CALIFORNIA. power of hram and bodv. Only 2ocat Dr. Ilartman.rrosidentof the Pmri we have a book on the Hair Uivin taking upon thembolvcs the mar n.ll. Tnn.l.t UUmlnp flur Uatm Tnl 6 Perry & Thomas, drug Btore. and its Diseases. It is free. riage vow. vHie quarteltp will arrive cal Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, will cotsl ville every Thursday night and runs through and prescribe for fifty'lhoysaii.VwcHsta to San Francisco. It is reported that a new company home some time this week, whea all this year fre of chwpg. Every .wuffeJ? IF tmi An not obtain all the benefits toR H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, trou cxiiected from the ue ol the VlKor. : has been formed in Virginia with, a wjll be forg yen. May thy" T.g luff woman should write for spcv'iw Main S'ntKETj Richmond, Ky. tlie doctor about It. I'rotwbly Louisville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to B thero t some difficulty nitu your irep-capitrof 100,000,000, with the avowed through the foar pagB of leve, iu qtaestiOR blank for wotnea, and hAve if era! srsten) which may be esully unraot. u.!ropms ann.-eintei4"h3g'fiWrJiorriig,.the export.bcef fatt tli?y haife already pa.sd through Dr. Bwrtmsa's book, "JiHR afaii removed. Adarp. "5 A H. HANSON. WiH. A. XELL0NB. V. f, C. A.Y2S, LeweU. a Uie &fing tiit lore that cottv before Beaaty." All draggkic eU tinder N Ws A.a.P.A..,Loriisvilli. O P. A . Chicago, iff PHYSICIAN FROM AWAY BACK 0 n, at-La- 31-3- 0 Red House, a village of nboul eighty inhabitants, 1s located on the L & N railrotd six miles from this city, lu a level place. Otter Creek dividing it into, with larire and commanding hills oh either Bide. This is the largest shipping point in the northern part of the comity supplied from a strip of country extending from Union City to Foxtowii and nearly to the city Hunts. Hed House received its appellation fruni the red color which tho owner of tlio liiht house had it painted, some three tcore years ago. An incident happened there several years ago. On the death of one of the owners one of his little children drank a half u glass of whiskey and died from the effects and they Were buried in tho same grave. So take warning, ye lovers of the bug juice, that you do not end the same way. This little village has two stores, two blacksmith shops, a grist null, express office and po6t office, also a passenger depot ami a good Baptist cliurch. The merchants are James Powell and William Uozier, Thomas Marshall is the miller. Horace Dozler, who learned his trade with Mr Miil-kifour cllicient blacksmith of this city, is the principal smith. One of (he principal industi ies of the place at tho proper season is the turkey slaughtering business. Near this place, one of our citizens Mr. James Smith conducts a chicken ranch, and has several hundred fowls and ships hundreds of eggs every day. Some of tho principal farmers are Sim Turpin, Will Cosby, Squire Bill "Williams, Squire Hugley and Harvey Cobb, who was a magistrate of that section for several years. Hed House the former home of Boggs and Dozier, our liverymen located on Irvine street Near .this place is the former homo of Dock Cobb and Hon. Tevis Cobb our county attorney. There is no school house here, but a daughter of Squire Hugley conducts a select school. Elihue Jtiggeretalf is the railroad agent and is one of the oldest in the county, having been constaut employ for twenty years. It is hard to ktep a good man down. Thomas Karr, of ibis city, is a former merchant of Hed House. In a place midway be tween tliis city and that village on the Otter Creek pike three miles from town, lives one of Madison's most noted men, Hon. Tiff Chcnault. He is a scion of one of the oldest families in the g county, has been a politician. is a staunch Democrat and a consistent member of the Baptist cliurch, and has been honored twice by his fellow citizens to aseat in the Legislature, and received the name of the economist of that body by the way in which he looked after the things and interest of the people. It is said he rode the money box, we need a few more such nowdays. Otter Creek- upon which this village is situated is one of the principal creeks in tho county, it re ceived it name from the great number of otters iu its water ,but have long been extinct. It is one of the tributaries of the Kentucky and enters that river near Boonesboro. It rises three miles east of Richmond, a short distance above the reservoir. Dreaming Creek which rises in and flows through the city is one of tributaries to this creek fho home of Hon. Thomas Phelps two miles from the city, Dreaming Creek Heights is named after this T, life-lon- v CM -- Absolute ey &JRE OYL PAXmO PQWCEB Baking Powder LOCAL. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO., HEW YORK. Fain PHIL0SPHERS. m B Yenowin.'s Illustrated Kenluckian. 21-pn- OUTSTRIPS al more ardent and fierce, which lasts from the betrothal tolhenltar; tho third, the richly ladened, soft and dreamy autumn the honeymoon and after it the winter bright and clear, when you take shelter by your fireside from the cold world without, and find every pleasure there, until, like a tender flower planted in the fertile soil of tho heart, itgrows, expanding itofoli.ige ai d imparting its fragrance to all around till tratisplauted it is set to bloom iu perpetual lovo and unfading brightness in thojparadise of God. Young men, may you never cause them lo bhed a tear, tho unequivocal languajio of the heart, yet hew eloquent Ilia impassioned eloquence of woe, befoie which the pomp aud gloss of fade as the orient pearly low before the morning tuu. Master Commissioner's Sale NERVOUS, WEAK, DISEASED MEN, NO CURE j i i ' NO PAY THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT. original vrith Drs. K. & K., wilt poii- tivciy euro lorcver any lorm oi J!Ioon or Sexual discarn. It is tho result of 30 years' experience in tho treatment of tucso diseases. Tiff. Notice of a. w. Evans. Against Sale Winnie Wilson, Ac.. - Dfts. ) in Equity. Dy virtue of a Judgment and orderof Sale of the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term thereof, 18119. in the above style cause, me nnaersigueu win, on SATURDAY, MAY 27. 1899, WE CURE SYPHILIS This terrible Blood Toison, tho terror 1 of mankind, yields rcadilr to our NEW I THKAXJHSa T. Ileiraro ot Mercury, Potash, etc Theyinsy rnin yourryitcm. If tou havfc Korea in tho mmilhnr tunmp. pains in tbo joint.", tnro throat, hair or cyeDnws tailing out.punpiesor nioicne, I stomach dcranccincnt. cure ere, hcad- fLr.ho. elc. vou hsrn tho rertindarv Eta CO Wo mlicit thoej of this lifood Poifon. most ob?tinato case?, and challenge tho, f , . ... Hr.l.t t t.... i l and cannot cure, llr our treatment the Sgjnicers heal, tho hair crows ncftin. pains disappear, Iticmm Becomes tcaitny, anu marriaeo is !o;sibIo and rafc. Between the hours of 10 o'clock av and 11 o'clock, a. m., on the premises, in Richmond, Madison cpnnty, Ky.. proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest, bidder, the following described property, viz; Lots No. 6,7 and S in block No. II, in the Dillingham Addition to the city of Richmond, Kentucky. Orarufticient quantity to produce '.he sum of $16f..50, the amount of money so ordered to be made, and the costs hereof. TERMS. -- Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months equally. The purchaser will be required to Rive bond, with good security, for purchase money, to have the payment e the force and elfect of a Judgment, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid. S. E. SCOTT, Master Commissioner M. C. C. mi ad-dre- sr LAND SALE! lt 1 Matting Display! Having just recieved from Manila a half a car-loa- d of Mattings, we invite the public to call and examine the finest display ever exhibited in Richmond. . t n lur-ni- 250.000 I d, k Kennedys Kergan Fourth St., Great-Brya- DROPSY! two-thir- 108 s, To-da- IP MONEY-SAVIN- G MEANS ':h( a SDR. PEPSINI ANYTHING NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO CALL mm a..i. . 1 ONE DOLLAR Therefore ou sliould get our prices on Mattings, Carpets, Furniture, &c, before going elsewhere. EViLLE 220-22- 2 I: 111 & '- , 1 S- i MOBEIILIY. RICHMOND, KY. 4! 1 rau-.lal- V Wt.-riuar- ' rkP'l$fJiJSti'U ! Jtl?' J5iiSiii&i;J4 53? l!,f2Sa, ! SS(J; W. Main Street, : DAY PHONE NiGHT PHONE 23. 23. 43ki ffigfeJ tars-e-- t s K REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. All Work Guaranteed. lnstt-'aturda- - L. E LANE 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. 1 1 ltMhr re1 l II lis right at hand I ko is the l Vulcan iiS llll w d p 1 ... '. ikciwes tig-bac- -- n m lain! frHJJSi Chilled Plow9 mm Center-C- ut And Bell Give Louis Landman el lifer II s W n fito nap 7R s W - M, - k't U Esuted. 7 Our store is heavily stocked with every article j found in a first-clas- s Hardware Store, such Eif? as Collars, Ilames, Traces, Backhands, etc., Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. I7HJE 'Disc Harrows. I 1 rlTrJ An m l i mm m rajjEg SfriJ rs, Si ner. is constantly in demand for guttering, roofing and repairing. We will not be Undersold 'MM Mr. Wm. Buckley, our experienced tin- - mm 2 4. Taylor Bros. lie te 'everything i. iLLiis mm -- AVER'S - A BOON TO MANKIND! D" TABLER'S BUCKEYI is Tlr- w atid-weigh- s ire-ru-- New Orleans lt d 1 W Pe-ru-n- a. I'll ,sV. I Pe-r-n- y. ilifflfsciffli, f p. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure oi INTERNAL aa: EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN- T CURES WHEHC ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tvwo., y Mail, T8 Cents; Bottles, 90 Ctms. iTvf sate s. f ly PERRY & THOMAS, ituggists. saBBi the Register is of importance, but I am surprised by it. I did not care to give to the Associated Press my remarks concerning Judge Burnam, which were ! -- Proprietor, mad Editors. of a purely local and personal nature; A. LmSlB&T' nor old J caro to give out that wnicu C E. WOODS. Associate Editor. was in the nature of an argument for 1899. independent bimetallism at 10 to 1, as WEDNESDAY. MAY 24, the speeeh was given out (and priuted in the Climax) took a decided and cerrnitijsiiKi" rvEuv wbtjxksday by tain stand on that issue. Please tell Mr. Davis that the next time I make Co. a speech, with the pleasure of having him as a listener.! win write out anu memorize all I intend to Bay, and not The Richmond Climax. LOCAL. There Ths Climax Printing VKll Y2SAR. PRICE $1.50. DEMOCRATIC TICKET' FOH KAILROAU COMMISSlOJfEIt, 3l). DIST. COL A- - AV. HAMILTON, OF MT. STKltMXO. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR. We are authorized to announce JOIIN 11. CIIRXAULT, of Madison county, a candidate for the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. for ebfubsbxtatitb. We are authoriied to announce M. II. WILLIAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authoriied to announce W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Kentuckysubject to the will of the Democratic party- FOB COUNTT CLERK. a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. FOB SHERIFF. We are authoriied to announce A. t KWA-NAUd- ll DOTY for Count Clerk, sucjt-c- to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authoriied to announce C. M. RAY-BUR- N We are authoriied to announce JOIIN F. WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wr are authorized to announce JOIIN W. BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for Sheriff, subject to me action oi me ueinocrauc party. Democratic Committee Meeting. At a meetinj; of the Democratic committee of Madison county held at the court house in Hicliniontl, Ky., on Monday, May 1st. 1FP9, it was ordered that a mass convention be held in each votincpiecinet in Madison county on Saturday. July 1st. 1S99, at 2 o'clock p. in. to solcct delegates to a county Dem ocratic convention to nomiuato a Democratic candidate to ho voted for as Kenrescntative for Madison county in the next General Assembly of Ken The basis of representation in each votini: precinct shall be onedelegate for each fifty votes cast in tho respective precincts for the Democratic electorial ticket for President in ISOOaud one vote votesor for each fraction of tweuiy-fiv- o more cast at said election. The members of Madison county Democratic committees residing in each voting precinct shall call the precinct convention to order and (prosido while the convention is in session and certify tho result to the county convention to be held on the 3rd of July. All known Democrats and others who supported the Democratic electoin 1S90, and ral ticket for l're-idethose who pledge themselves to support the nominees of the county Democratic convention, shall bo entitled to participate in the precinct conventions. J. 15. Ciienaui.t, Cli'tn. nt tucky. William Jktt, Sec. Watch this, Democrats, and see what the outcome will be, from Col. Walter Forrester's Free Press: The Free Press wants tosee Senator Matt. Quay tzo up lo tho Senate with identically the ratno creJcitials that Major A. T. Wood had w hen Uov. Jlrad-le- y apiwinted him" Senator. Then we want to see Mark Hautia and McISn-lo- y write themselves down the knaves and hypocrites that they are, by supporting Quay's claims after refusing to recognize Major Wood." phurous "about tho Hepub'iean party, quote this from one of the brightest and Wiikx you want lo say something sul- most courageous Republicans in the State, Col Walter Forrester. Governor Bradley's assistant Adjutant General: "It isn't hard to catch a liar ora thief or most any kind of rascal when you throw vour line in that aggregation of federafolliee holders who have bloomed out since McKinley and Hunter got through orpnniziin: the gang that is in chargo of tho Republican machine in Kentucky now." his course in refusing to ''perpetrate'' Judge Tarvin's speech upon its readers by saying that the 500 Democrats and Kopublican listeners of Judge Tarvin will bring in a verdict of justification for the Ileuistor's failure to print the speech. That looks like a home-mad- e vordict, and will not hold water besi.le Judge Tarvin's own words, published in tho Climax. last week, to which we append another, portion of his letter: 1 do not think the publication in The Registet's Fakir-i- chief defends CiFiBrowerS. Lexington, Ky. UUlj The Sorcerer You never saw the name applied to China before? Well, there is no appellation in our language that can so completely describe its winning qualities When you have seen outline of China you will agree with us that it is the most enchanting collection of medium priced goods you ever saw. . Furniture At 7.50 Beautiful Reclining Chair, re- movable cushion. At $4.50 Fancy Goldeu Oak Window-Seat- . At So 00 Beautiful lino Parlor Tables. At $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 Hne.ot Leather Seat Rockers. At 75c, $1.00 and Chairs. $1.25 lino of Dining 1 339 fhlpmrfe (D See Thern. 14 F Cr iBrawer&Co MAIN AND BROADWAY, Lexii;gton, Ky. Mptl-l- y his know only three applications nre on stitution. no escapes from custody and allow the flowers to grow were tile, that of our good Irieud, Mr. W. A. there haviug leeu not one cent ol expenditure tor injury and blossom to perfection Powell, by prisoners while withdrawn. The other applicants are to public property "Wecau best judge under his charge." without good soil. . Now Capt. J. Speed Smilb.vand Messrs. CO. a man's future by his past reconi, anu, Wallace and T. C. Adams. people are 'much from that beliove the Democracy depart therefrom." As the appointment may be made will make we mistake in selecting Mr. Nature and no Now, Judge Tarvin doesn't care within the next sixty dajs or less, there Wagers. alike; the former must have whether his speech goes in the Regis- is much interest manifested iu the outsunshine, tatter must have Mr. Ballard Shies His Castor. . ter or not, but he refutes Davis bom- come. Everybody, of all parties, creeds, bastic tomfoolrv that he rhrank from colors, and previous conditions of ser The formal announcement of Mr. pure blood in order to have "perpetrating" a fake on his readers as vitude, bonu or tree, maie or leinaie, for the Climax did, as the speech delivered black, white or old gold, will regret the John W. Ballard, of White Station, for Sheriff, perfect health. was not the one printed. "When a man day that Mr. Willis lajs down thedutiet the xiomocratic nomination of the best Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood trou is wrong, is proven to be wrong, and of his position, which he with the iu- - brings into the race one busknows he is wrong, it is the part of n dispeiisitble assistance of ' Miss rattle citizens in Madison, a m nil of fine the bles of all sorts. It is to the human has bo acceptably tilled. But since iness qualifications, and one of is to Nature jassack to switch the issue and fire as farmers and stockmen system what sunshine the blow must fall the question of his most prosperous His Democracy is un the destroyer of disease germs. It lio flees. iu the county. His Whiskers concludes that we copy successor is the subject uf much con sullied aud his partv services have never disappoints. all our news from the Register and jecture at this time. arduous He Poor BlOOd "The said there thereby perpetrate fakes, because tho Uemai uant. bantu. a lino type oi been most man of and efficient. offer were not seven drops of doctorblood In my aiouse." good his nime to Register has a monopoly on cuarent the true Keutuckian of the old school, is the only body. Hood's Sarsaparilla built me up and . Lateii. Parties from Big Hill say events and whatever happens that it would make a postmaster very much for recognition, though his family lias made me strong and well." Scsis E.Bboww, they saw Messrs. Smith and Shackel does not print, is a fake, like Judge on the order of Joe Willis, for ho has no been ever true to Democracy. He 16 Astor Hill. Lynn, Mass. ford walkinir for five miles leading Tarvin's speech! Come, .Davis, tell enemies in this world or the other, and is a true friend and lias been a great aid Dyspepsia, etc. "A complication of their reto other the truth just once, didn't you omit his appointment would give universal member candidates in the past whoand troubles, dyspepsia, chronic catarrh and quirlv horfe and wagon, and upon inhis services gratefully learned that tho axle was so Judge Tarvin's speech ttmpl v at d solely satislaction, we believe. He stands will Inflammation of the stomach, rheumatism, doubtless pull for him. badly bent by the weight of the etc., made me miserable. Had no appetite because you could not get it up with- high in the councils of his party, at the that it was feared the vehicle until I took Hood's Sarsaparilla, which out groat expense and delay? Don't same time firmly holding the respect, Delegates Named by County Judge. would collapse. The axle was after acted like magic I am thoroughly cured." shift the issuo and retreat under false yea, the affection, of Ins political opJudge Turpin hasnamed aH delegates N. B. Seelet, 1871 W. 14th Av., Denver, CoL great difficulty straightened, the ponents, nmd while he has been caus cover were Rheumatism "My husband was and the Davis never saw the day that a little mir less commotion than his younger to the State Commercial Convention, obliged to Hve up work on account of rheuthing like scruple alone would deter competitors in the race, his element of Hons. Jno. D. Harris, J. W. Caperton matism. No remedy helped until he used tired, dusty, and disgusted old sports drove on home with nothing whatevor him from theperpetrationof ajfake.and strength may lie in that peaceful con- ami C. L. Searcy, three of tho foremost Hood's Sarsaparilla, which permanently to 6how for their fishing this sudden assumption of a virtue sciousness that ins worth is acknowl- citizens of Madison county. All are cured him. It cured my daughter of ca purchased which is not a distinguishing character- edged and hisdeoervedness undisputed. farmers, one, Col. Caperton, is also a tarrh. I give It to the children with good trip, except a column artit-lcents a foot! istic of hia newspaper career, creates nis appointment wuuiu cause aoow- - lawvor and bank president, and often results." Mas. J. S. McJIatu, Stamford, Ct. at ten for that Ititely no regret, but would reflect credit urged as gubernatorial timber; Major within us a thirst for Coca-Col- a Knights of Pythias Celebrate. Harris served in the istato kenato ami upon the administration. tired feeling. Evtrybody likes Mr. "Wallace, too, ran Gen. Buckner a close race for the We took mild exceptions to his editoKever beforo have the business nomination for Governor rial that Climax had imposed a coun- for he has been a partisan without bit- Democratic Searcy has served in the houses of Richmond made a display apterfeit upon our readers in printing terness, and a jnost effective wprker in '87. Mr proaching that of Wednesday last, Judge Tarvin' speech, and we appended without forfeiting the good will oi tho Legislature, is one of the most proHood't nils cure liver Ilia, the non Irritating nd when almost every front In town was few can Judge Tarvin's certificate of its gen- opposition. Of how pleasant this be gressiv e merchants and manufacturers only cathartic to take with llood't Sarap.rM. decorated with the insignia of the K. to testify of the county. All are excellent citiuineness. Instead of accepting tho said truthfully! It is of P. Banners and flags, buntings and facts, he reiterates, that tne speech to the high character, public and pri zens and will take front rank iu the de mottoes, were everywhere displayed e ma. His poli liberation of the convention. was "different in texture, if not in sub- vate, ol this A Great Address. with a profusion that bespoke the city's stance." We regret the necessity of tical opponents and his bubiness com a A Floating Saloon Captured. welcome to the gallant Knights resubstantiatingour claims as well as petitors were never heard to speak We understand that Rev. Dr. Haley's At 3 o'clock a uniform rank drill ocSheriff Colyer learned last week that Sunday moruiiig sermon on the occapointing out the gentleman's ridicu- word of disparagement cf hnn. When the lous excuse for hesitating to "perpe- prosperity perched upon his banner he a blind tiger was operating on Ken sion of the Commencement of Madison curred, after whichcourtpublic exercises look place house. the trate a fake." We trust our diplomatic was Unchanged, unspoiled,collgesame tucky river, one mile above valley Institute, was a powerful discourse. We consisted ofin the by Rev. Wm.These prayer Ross relations will not cease with this ulti- "Coley" that we knew as a upon boy View and thither lie dispatched Messrs. were unable to gain admittance. Hie Lloyd, after Grand Chnnrellor Alexanhim isroaudns anu Dick Uolyer. These church, as usual, being well filled. matum. However, it the calamitr When adversity frowned must come, it will be easy for K. Lee to and his path was strewn with few trusty deputies reached the river where Dr. Haley had only a fow hours notice, der Campbell Green, of this city, had roses, he was uncomplaining, wisely the house-boa- t or floating barroom was the regular speaker being unable to called the house to order. A very aptrace from the'efiect to the cause. hiding, bravely concealing his sorrow anchored about 11 p. ui., and with come at the last moment, which ren propriate Welcome address was delivered by Mayor Claude Smith,, who in from the world that hath sorrows drawn revolvers boldly boarded the ders his effort the more remarkable. turned enough of her own. His capital at first little craft and entered the small cabin Iu tho evening, to a crowded audi choiceof woids fittingly visitors. over the On bethe city to the was industry, honesty and used as a bar. Ten men were present, enco. Rev. John R. Sampey, D. D., of kfiys Mrs. J. B. Willis has a century plant to which time added other treasures, a beside the three proprietors, two Ash the Baptist Theological Seminary, de half of the latter Sir Knight J. Talbot for sale. beautiful wife, loving childron, and crafts and Ingleman, from Buck Creek, livered a sermon that will dwell long Jackson eloquently responded. Then came the chief function of the engaged bstill county. These three were lauded and pleasantly in the memories of all. Miss Daisy Hart, of Somerset, is faithful friends. Anahewhile carved a key in jail here at 2 n. m., and at their ex It created a eensation, inasmuch as at occasion, the address, by Sir Knight in character-buildin-g visiting relative here this week. stone out of Christianity and has led a amining trial before. Judge Turpin were its close, fho audience surrounded Dr, Rev. Robert Leo Bowman, of Versailles, "Influence of Pythinnism on Mr. and Mrs. Edgar, of Detroit, were consistent life based thereupon.. To held over to the grand jury in S300 bampey and assured him of the pro- - subj-r- t, Home." Of this wo cannot speak the guest of Mrs. C. C Smith, Sunday. his church, to his business relations, bond each. lound impression he Had niaue upon the highly. It was a gem of purest too Miss Jane Lusk, of Garrard, was the and to his party he has given of his best Confederate Decoration Day, Saturday, May them. We Have never witnessed sucl ray, and will long remain a delightful time, counsel anu means, a demonstration of approval, it num- memory with those who heard the guest of Mrs. Geo. W. White last energies, these his endorsers lay upon and all 27, at 10 a. m. bers and fervency bespeak the feelings masterly address. Mr. Bowman's own week. tho altar as an argument lor ins rec Short addresses, songs, flowers on of the heart. "Mary and Martha and life exemplifies the compatibility of Miss Mary Evans left Thursday for otrnitiou in this important contest. Lazarus," whom Jesus loved, was his Louisville to visit Miss Nettie B Clieu-aulTins brings us to consider the claims graves. who Have dead solUierSiu cem theme, and beatilifully and tonchinglv I'ythiauism and the Church, for he is Those both a soldier of the mystic Cross and a (J. of tho other applicant, Mr. Thomas - etery will mark same with a small he drew lessons from their lives, and faithful follower of the Limb, It would associate Mr. Morris, of Louisville, was the Adams,sou of Rev.editor ot the ranta- Confederate flue eo thev inav be seen we heard numerous individuals thank be no exaggeration to say that half his Payton Adams, of him for the comfort and courage they audience was in tears durintra large guest on Sunday of his niece, Mrs. J. graph, tins county. iNo man imsworKed more bederal dead with a small Union flag. derived irom His poweriui exposition Stone Walker. Confederate Veterans and Sons of of his address, so pathelic were faithfully for the success of Republi of the text. Dr. Sampey returned portiou the examples of knightly Mr. Steve Sharp, of Lexington, paid canism iu this county everEinco lie Veterans are requested to bring flowers. home, doubtless fully assured that his so touching his appeal forchivalry, and At 1:311 p. m. the uontedorato Veter visit had resulted, the Mr. Dud Dunn, of Whiles Station, n came to tho ago of discretion, than Mr. as he would most tion of tho splendid examples emulaof visit last Monday. Adams. His most effective work beiian ans are requested to meet nt court desire, in a truer conception of dutv house. Camps to be reorganized and and fraternal devotion. Boeley, Martin, ard II. R. and when he founded a newspaper and now members admitted. Come and in consoling the "Martha's'.' that Jesus Rev Jasper K. Smith closed Drs. principles the exerV. Moss Gibson attended the State dedicated it to the nolitical loved them also. cises with prayer. of his fathers, the first Republican pa meet with us. Medical Society at Louisville last week. per Tiios. Thorpe, At night tho Lodges of the District printed in itichmoud since the war, Madison Institute Commencement. Commander Thos. Collins Camp. met iu grand conclave in the elegant Miss Nancy Hall, who for the past the only one, then and now, in this David CiiE.NAtn.T, The annual commencement of Madi temple of the Masonic Fraternity, and week has been visitint: her cousin, Miss Congressional district. A party with Com. D. Waller Chenault Camp. son institute, was ushered iu on Sun gave up the entire evening to the Elizabeth Hall, at Paris, has returned out a paper is an army without a Gen day morning by the baccalaureate ser work in hand. At eleven they ami homo. cral, and the opposition with journals Miss Pattie's Musical. mon by Rev. Haley, of Cviithiana. in their lady friends and invited guests sat to dihseminato the news, has au unquesMiss Kate Harvey, of Louisville, who tioned advantage. II. Garrison, editor of doWn to a royal Zimmer banquet. Mr. was, Standing It was thus in 1S93 premium room Mary us usual, at .a place of Rev. J.Lvangehst, has been the guest of Miss Mary Lit- when the Pantngrnph timidly put St. Louis, Joseph Waters, of Stanford, was an at Miss Pattie's musical. tho Christian tle for the past two weeks, has re- forth its head and raised its voice for which took place on Tuesday evening who nt the last moment wired Miss ideal toast roaster, again attested the turned home. Llovd his reurets nt beinc unablo to ful versatility of his genius, having asRepublicanism. Wo did not like it a lit last in the spacious court house. Miss Jeanuie Myers left last week tie l) it, but ltseemsd to thrive on our Vocal Trio. Misses Minnie Dvkes, fill his eugagement Dr. Haley, thouch sisted the afternoon performance by for Lexington, where she will spend the opposition. e have repeatedly knocked Lettie Crow. Lizzie Feeny. Piano, An having been afforded less than 24 hours cornet solos, with piano accompasummer with her uncle, Mr. C. J. My- it on the nead, but it wouldu t down. nie Cosby. Vocal. L. A. Rice. Piano, notice, rendered a powerful discourse niment by Miss Lizzie Feeny. The ers and family. aud to day we view it complacently as Willie Traynor. Vocal, Katie Hacker, which excited great admiration and chief toast was delivered by Hon. praise. Letcher Owsley, of l.ancnster, who Mr. J. N. Lit6ey. of Chicago, is here a "necessary ovil," and ask the public Piano, Nettie Wagors. Vocal, Miimib to treat it as considerately as possible, Dykes. Piano, Mary Travnor. Vocal In the evening the sermon before the spoke with characteristic easo and in the interest of a largo book house. Young Women s Christian Association f lower. It was a rare treat, indoed, to He attended C. U. in "Jl and is kindly for it does not know any better than to Utiett, Willie Traynor aud Lee Whit be a stalwart .Republican organ. It Piano, Lizzie Jacobs. Duett, Katie was delivered by Rev. Jno. It Sampey, isten to the young Lancastrian, whose remembered here. has a large constituency and keeps Hacker and Emmett Million. Piano, D. D., one of the foremost Baptist edu fame as an orator is justly deserved. Rev. W. R. Potter and family, of Mt. pace with and sometimes In advance of fcudie Barney. Vocal, Willi' Traynor. cators, a member of tho faculty of the He sustained his reputation fully and Carmel, Tenn., are expected "soon to its party, 'llus latter trait, keeeping in Piano, JSlsie Zlmmer. Vocal, Mary Southern Raptist Theological Semina- added fresh laurels to his crown. The occasion was a notable one and visit the family of Mr. W. V. Jones' advance of the party, was never better Prather. Vocal, Mr. Waller Travnor. ry, and who was one of the few men family, near Silver Creek. illustrated lliau in 1893. when Mr Piano, Nanhio Powell. Vocal, Lizzie considered in the late controversy over the visitors pronounced it a great success. Pythlanism is better understood Mr. Marshal Davis and Miss Dora Adams, in advanco of all others, in the Feeny. Piano, Minnie Dykes. Vocal a successor to the renowned Dr. Whit by the public Xow let thoiocal lodge nailed Murphy, of Nicholasville, were the lace ol opposition, William to its mast Quartette, Misses Traynor, White and sitt, President of that great Institution, buckle down to work and exemplify in McJvinley uoyie. head the the largest on the lace ot the earth pleasant visitors of Miss Bessio Hocka-da- and kept name of it there uutil the Napoleonic Thus was Richmond honored by the daily life ttie noble precepts of its splenof Silver Creek, last week. They Missed Him Sadly. presence of one of tlio most dis did Ritual, and the grand occasion, untoan was trumpnautly nominated Miss Bessio Ballard entertained a and elected 1 Among the many callant Pythians tinguished theologians aue teachers in with all its glory, will not have been in few o! her friends at her beautiful It is said that Republics and Repub who spent last Wednesday m Rich tho South, and, too, one of the loveliest vain. Whites Station home last Saturday licans are ungrateful, but gratitude to mond was Mr. Joe F. Waters, tho ver of men. His was a masterful address of her birthday. night, in honor his friends is one of the most conspic satile correspondent of the Stanford and was thoroughly enjoyed by the im Bronslon Throw; Another Bomb. Mrs. John F. White, who, with Mrs. uous traits in air. McKiniey's character. Journal and Harrodsburg Sayings, who inense audience. J. W. Smith, was thrown from a buggy aud we need not goto Uliioiorexam came into our office and spoke very On Monday afternoon the art recep The remarkable speech which Hon. last week, was not injured beyond a pies of his rememberanco and reward feeliugly of tho lamented Judg6 built tion took place, in tho evening oc Chas. J. Bronstou delivered in this city few slight bruises, and has been up al- of those who were his friends at a timo van. He declared that he very greatly curred Miss Marv Covle's elocution ro some weeks' ago willjpe long rememmost ever since the accident. when it cost something to champion missed his Pythian brother whom he cital, assisted by that charming vocalist, bered here, but it wa'not dreamed that he would ' perpetrate" (with apology to Mr. Henry Reid.lias returned. This his nomination in the face of other Had met here on a lormer occasion and Miss (jampbaii. Here in Kentucky. who had made a delightful, lasting im favorite sons. the Register) as will be sufficient notice to the belles of surprise Last evening at 8 interesting oxer another audience great a which houpon before was liobtown to bring them out of mourn- at Lexington, we find an exact parallel pression upon him. "I shall nover for cises were held by the preparatory and to Mr. Adams' case, Hon. bam Roberts. get hand-clas- p invited to speak. Nevertheless, he did and cordial greeting." primary departments, ing, unless the rumor of Henry's marso, and as a result the Insurance Comriage be true. In this event there may Eleven years ago tho first day of this said Mr. Waters, "and I am profoundly This evening at 8, the mandolin, panies have no: yet caught their breath. he a funeral, and Henry will bo in the month we saw the Very nrst copies of grieved over the loss of such a good piano and vocal classes will give a grand It happened in this way: The Underthe .Lexington turned oil the man." leading vehicle. intersperned w i t h writer's Association of'Kentucky invitElsewhere are resolutions of respect entertainment, Mrs. James W. Smith is steadily im- press. It reeked with.Igood ink and choruses, pantomines and recitations. ed Mr. Bronston to their second anproving, although tho bruises, "cuts, bad McKinleyism, and went broadcast, to judge btillivan's memory njipptod by 10 a. m., at nual meeting at Louisville last week Tomorrow morning, and fractures received in the runaway tne herald ol a new political era in ilea tne k. oi l'., at the suggestions ol Mr. the Chribtian church, at tho final com and doubtles. "'expected, him to say of last week' were serious and extremely tucky. It cost something: in those Waters. mencetnent exercises will take place. nothing bvv what would please his to be a Republican, as the doniin painful In her suffering Mrs. Smith daysparty had all lie address will be delivered by Itev hosts.' ihe trend of all the speeches the offices and there lias been greatly comforted by the re- ant It. T. Matthews, ot Newport. entirely to the liking of the Insurance opposition in the Centre College. markable demonstrations of affection- was not a daily eot the per Ninety-fivcent, of the The year has been a most successful Ageits who claim that "Prejudice" is ate interest in her welfare by countless State. Tho annual friends, a testimonial to her' lofty post present statu administration can date lege occurred slaughter of Centre Col one to both the management and in the at tliii basis of tho current opposition to on Friday last, In the growth in knowledge and culture of the tho. socalled-iiisuranc- e trust., and antheir political success Iroin the first tion in the esteem of all. day of May 1888, when the Leader presence of a large congregation of howl pupils in attendance. The Institute nounce that they "will not vole for raised its voice in the wilderness of ing aud weeping uanviilians. Uonsld will continue to improve under its pres candidates inimical to their interests." Democracy. They got in its band eratiou lor tueir leolings lorbids a ent able supervisor, Adoes smoothly until Mr. Bronston's wagon and landed right-sid- e Briefly stated, up at the lengthy memoriam. ime to speak arrives. He then propie counter of rock ribbed Democratic Central University won the Intor-Col- Tho Booncsborough Monument. May Hold ceeds to tear up the whole fabric of Elder Lloyd's meeting at the East Kentucky. Surely Sam Roberts de leglate Debate ami the llnal base ball dieir arguments, eviscerate the comThe Name of Your Ancestor. End Christian Church resulted in sev- serves all the honors ho has received, game between C. U. mid Centre. This panies, and kick them out of the wineral additions. The ladies of the Boonesborougl dow, as it were. But the Conner-Journis a sufficiency for one day, and we de and wnicu no so modestly wears. Rev. W. O. Shewmaker. C. U. '89, as Chapter desire to say to the people rV tells it thus: Arguing lrora the above facts. Mr, sist irom lurther has .declined tho flattering call to the Adams stands an excellent show of he wisdom and moderation in the hour of Madison county that the proposal Mr. Bronston said that a short time pastorato ol the Presbyterian church at me our next postmaster. His private victory are essential to prove that vie Boonesborongh 'Monument is not to e ago he received n letter from Mr. Ald Shelbvville. lie has ch arirft of tlip. fin a life is just as blameless as either of the tors are and worthy of erected to Daniel Boone individually lison saying that the insurance men church at Georgetown, which, up toj other gentlemen's, and there can be no confidence. but to tho pioneers who came to Booies- - wanted a silver crank to tell them how These resolutions aro ordered printed borough at different times in the eiVly they appeared toothers. Mr. Biuiistou eight years ago, was nued by the Ms discounting ins work lor his party, in tiuguished Rev. Dr. Hunter, now of the Pantawapn, m conventions, or on in the Climax and a copy sent the bo- - history of the Stato and made toeu- - continued by saying that Mr. Allisou Harrodsburg. the hustings. If anybody fancies that reavcu iiarry uiovnunoii amriid now-land- homes at the fort and from who" had said he was the best qualified many of the prominent families of flaJli- - crank to tell the insurance men how 87' Dr. T. T. Eaton has succeded in Tom Adams is not iu this race, by nil .l ... ,T- . son cuuiuy aim neiiincicy are ueceinu-efs-they were 6een by others, ousting President "William H. "Whitsitt nouncing it ho will confer a favor, not 1.1 A partial list of these pioriem is Mr. Bronston made an eloquent from the Southern Baptist Theolocical only upon CapL femitu at d Mr. Wal upon Editor R. Lee Davis of Resolutions ol Respect to The Memory of on record in tho county clerk'tfVCSce speech, but it was not to tho f Seminary. The war on Dr. "Whitsitt lace, but here. Others who are known to Hive tiief insurance men. He said that ho Judge Sullivan. was on account of his statement of the Register, who will certainly drop been there are not on this list ani the proposed to tell the insurance men exthe historical fact that there was a time ueau llAuama wins. Asa purnly dm of the At the district when the English Baptists did not prac interested observer ol this pretty triaa Division Knights of conclave held hero object is to perpetuate all their i.ames actly how tho people of Kentucky Pythias looked upon them. "I am but a plain tice immersion. Whatever the vote of gular contest, which has been absolute last week, Mr. Joseph F. Waters off on the monument The following are some of the names man from the country," said Mr. Brou-sto22 to 20, In the Board of Trustees, may ly devoid oi iiiuU8iiin;in!r. we have at ered the following resolutions, which on reconi which will appear on the prove, it does not prove that Ur. Whit tempted to show the equipments of the "I ain not a distinguished represitt doesn't know moro about church gladiators as they appear to us in the were unanimously adopted: Ruler of the monument: Robt, Hoggs, William sentative of any nolitical party or fae WiiEitEAs, The Rush, Michael Stoner, Jesse Oldham, tton. I will not follow the communist histor than Dr. Eaton. There will arena where the contest will shortly infinite wisdom, como a time, thank God. when there be settled. All have our respect, and Universe hap, iti His subordinate lodge Joel Walker, John fenoddy, William whose motto is victory or ruin and Williams, David Gass, John Kennedy, wreck, or the plutocrats who press will be no Gospel torch bearers for the we only regret that Mr. McKiuley can transferred from the to ConseLord God will bo the light thereof. not give each one a post office aud ot eartli our the feuprcme Lodge in James Estill, Nathaniel Hart; Pember- - down the common people. Heaven, brother, Judge Pat Sulli ton Rollins, Wm. Coop?. Samuel quently, 1 do not stand as high in bimeIn the meantime keep out ot their way, ono for Joe Willis, also. van, therefore be it Woods, William Miller, Sa'nuel Tate. tallic circles aa I possibly once did.'1 Theso do not quite exhaust the sup Louisvillo Free Press. Resolved, That we, the members of Jno. Bullock, Hugh Sefer, William ply oi goon men in the itopuuiican Mr. Bronston said that he drow the party not by any means. It is only at this District Convention, Knights of Calk. Nicholas Proctes, Dsvid Robin first indictment brought against an inPythias, express publicly our sorrow in son, William Robinson, SiMiuel Wood- surance company in Kentucky. He said election timo. only when wo are tho tail to some Democratic candidate's. the loss oi a brotner, brave, generous son. James Hayes,, Jostph Hughes, he did it, not because he opposed the Sowuns. Elmer Bryan. kite that we forcet, perhaps,thaf'there and true, exemplifying in his dally David Mcliee, Oswald Tovnsend, James companies or their agents, but because conversation JJoone, they were making a old child of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Sowers, are other pebbles on the beach," other walk and of our order tho immortal Yates. John Morten, Friendship, Daniel Boone. George TSoone, enmuel he realizod that of Valley View, died on May 17. This good men, not DeinocraUsjust as honest, principles to make uuarttyanu tsenevoieiico. mswas a IJarker, Bartlott Searcfy, Christopher mistake and that he wanted bo before was the first time this household had patriotic and Godly, who wear the see that they were doing brilliant mind and an ambitious Irvine, George Phelps.fWilllam Bradle-bag- them had gone too far. they beon darkened by the Grim Reaper and badgo of the G. O. P. It is not easy, nature, recognized as leader of a men. James McMiller Stephen Han Mr. Bronston said that the insurance the once cheerful home is wrapped in but it Is nglit and "right wrong no- ana li:s death the Knights of Pvth- in cock, Josiah Phelps. Rjchard Peterson, companies had trjed to para and had eioom. i no iiuio cneruo came to clad body" to be generous to a fault, ins sustain a loss incalculable. Mav James Kennedy, Riharu Wade, Da passed lawB killing competiHon, and den all hearts for a season and then magnanimous to a foe, in short, to the God of us all cof.ifort his loved ones vid urewB. growing tired, fell asleepon its moth "give the devil his dues." This we fixing rates, so that tho people were to emulate the life each of er s breast and awakened in the homo have tried to do. both in this column and helpdepartedusbrother, Judgo Pat Other pioneersw) came lato.among compelled to insure with" this or that oi our them William Chauit. irom whom company or not at all. There fore, he beyond the stars. The fond parents now, and when the excitement of elecaro descended nll.il) the Chenaults of declared, the peoplo looked upon them tion times has tended to becloud our bumvan. havo tne sympathy ot alt m this have a place on as promoters of trusts and combines, this county, will sorrow. May it besauctiflcd better judgement of men. The ad Celebrates His 82nd Birthday. the monument, l ins list of names determined to cheat their ministration can make no mistake in to tiieir sours good. Mr. Haden Turpin, Sr., one of Madi- must appeal trt tr patriotism and fain and had Oldham. Wm. Knvanaugh Oldham choosing a postmaster from this trio son most prosperous farmers, celebrat ily pride of alt docendants of these operations. Mr. Bronston said if the concentradied on Saturday night at the residence From it one must he chosen. Mav the ed his Kind birthday Thursday, nt his brave men, whr will bo glad to see tion of wealth continued in this;country C E. W. homo on the waters of Muddy Creek of his Wm. II. Miller, at best man win I to their ancestors who it wns only a matter of time until viohonor done, Kavanaugh's old place, at the age of Seventy-si- x relatives and friends, rang fought and (fJierTDr this beautiful land lence would result. Mr. Bronston was its years, lie lost the use of ins limbs Slate L. A. W. Meet. ing in age from one to eighty-eigwhich ia nrw tcir heritage. Tho en thoroughly enthused and ho (.poke in about eighteen months ago, and al years, partook of his hospitality. though he suffered no pain his vitalily Tho eyes of the Slate are upon Rich Among the oldest present were Mr. terprise is tuostAudable and the ladies such a way that the insurance men gradually diminished until the end mond, at least those of the Bicycle con Thomas Gentry, of Estill county, father earnestly Jrequ' 'tho enthusiastic cor could not mistake his meaning. operation ot"v puojiie ui iu unison caine. The funeral took place at 1 tingent. The Jxnilsviiio 'limes says: ot K. L. Genirv. lilts cltv. ace 72: Mr. "The annual meet of Kentucky divis Samuel Keene, this county, age 81, and county. o'clock yesterday afternoon, conducted Deafness I'upaot be Cered Don't fftrgf the Ladies' Fair. June 0 by Rev. Culton. followed by interment Ion L. A. W. will be held at Richmond, Mr. A. D. Hamilton, of AVhy Not, Lee anu iu. twelye years past county, uncle of J T. Hamilton, of this by local applications aa they cannot iu tho Richmond cemetery. Ho leaves June IS and 20. For reach the disease portion tn the ear. six childieu. Vt in.. Hezekiah and Mrs these meets havo been events looked city, age S8. Mr. Hamilton, notwithWen!; Tjfieso'woMen residing in Arkansas: forward to with much pleasure by all standing ids advanced age, road horseJ. P. Eagle, all There is only one way, to cure deafness, Mrs. W. H. Miller, Mrs. John Doty the wheelmen in the State. ThePdeh- back from AVhy Not to Union City, a Shackelford and James and that is by constitutional remedies. Mr. p. and Dr. Brown Oldham, of this county, mond Club promises royal entertain distance ot about thirty miles. lv"ond;arft Smith havo 'roturned from a Deafness is caused by ail inflammation excursion to the headwateits of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian The following brothers and sisters eur ment to all who attend the meet tins Mr. Turpin has given to his seven parts' will probably children In the last six years nt the of BitteyCrcek, alias Rackeastle river, Tube. When this tubo Is inflaiped.you vive: Otlmiel. father of Mrs. Judge J year. A good-sizeC. Cliennult, Miss Temple Oldham, tour through from Louisville,leavinghere celobration of his birth days $1,200 in and whfc ihey fetched back home was have a rumbling sound or imperfect Charles and Thomas M. Oldbam, of Saturday morning and reaching Rich- money to say nothing of the good a nlsfety consisting of a large and hearing, and when it is entirely 'closed, varied nsEortm ent of wonderful stories Deafness is the result, and unless tho this county; Mrs. Margate t Chenault mond Sunday night. The route will be things to eat. and Mrs. Mary Tipton, of ML Storling; through Frankfort and Lexington. The The writer partook of theso good so e'l concocted and memorized that inflammation can bo taken out and this unaries uituiam, lately oi ivit. ator roads should be In good condition at things, and being tho only candidate tliJie lias, been no contradictions so tar, tube restored to its normal condition, ling, now a resident of this county, that time." present,(the crowd being strictly Demo aljppugh both gontlemcn havo been hearing will be destroyed forever; nine and 'Squire Aimer Oldham, of LexingPresident Streng and Secretary Har- cratic) shook hands with those present 8iietted to tho most rigid cross-e- - cases out of ten are caused by OMarrh, "Mr Shackelford ton. Deceased was all his life a farmer, ris and their committees are doing for all the candidates, and especially aijnations ilahns which is nothing but ah' inflamed conand resided chiefly nearViney Fork everything possible to work up inter- for himself. May the last days of this mart ho caught afourteen-poumlpikt- i, dition of the mucous surfaces. big meeting, 'and we earnest- venerable couple bo their happiest meeting house tin the eld Hockcr farm, est in the iu m order to get his story substaut- - Wo will give One Hundred )jollars lie was a member of the Christian ly hope our citizens, and particularly ones is tue wish ot tueir many a'ed lie allows Mr. Smith to claim tho for any case of Deafness (cawed by church and was an upright, highly re- our merchants, will encourage thb friends. "' lbnor o f nulling 1 11 n sixteen catarrh) that cannot be cured by'iHalrs ."J. H. Hamilton. spected citizen, whose children inherit gentlemen who have tho matter in plunder, all of which sotuid.-u- i Ijjtle Catarrh Cure. Send for circuWii; fre; many of his sterling qualities nnd have hand. It will bring S00 men to our sealv. As tlmv prn V. J. Cheney & Co., TolecM, O. The Pembroke Jpurpal is advocating rSshv. not been a great source of liamilness to city for two days, and that means some- tHpf construction ot pues hvo miles ot I forty, iniiea iy bee-un- e If ' irom a raft roaui Sold by Druggists, 75c. . their aged father in his declmiBg years. thing tp them. iu Qvcry uirecbtou ircm mat city. uy.couixnoty oi uuurfce, bring itotue Hall's Family Pilia are tb s! fish-heafish-heads tlirown-over-boartwo-wee- The Post Office Fiqht Here. is a very interesting contest wagers oi going on overthu appointment of n suc- party. Mr. and no has ieon inner was county belter cessor to the present postmaster, Josiali this intrusted with the keysotlieer inof that li. Willis, Democratic, tio iar as we ever service as jailer Dining Tn this Issuo of the Climax wilLhe "Spring Unlocks fouudthc announcement of John I. Waeers for sheriff ot Madison county, The Flowers subject to the action of the Democratic To 'Pibti the L&aghing SoU."' Announces (or Sheriff. any piscatorial proof of tho truth of their statements Rut they have docu mentary evidenco of their veracity in a column article in tue iiny uouuty Repub'.ican, setting forth tho wonder . And not even Nature ivputd ful achievements of the Madison county fishermen. But being newspaper men, and somewhat of a liar ourselves, caution our leaders, just this once, not to believe overytltlng they aee in the papeis. The latter however, are not to blame, as tho Clay Couuty Editor probably fell a victim to tho magnetic charms of the gentlemen from .Madison, believing everything the latter said. Credulity is the cause of the But anyhow, Messrs. column fake. Shackelford and Smith wet their lines in every square foot of water from the source to the mulitli ot tho Historic stream and subsisted mainly on min They nows and claim to have lost the mammoth hpads of thoir big fi6h which they had at tached to the axle ot the rear wheels and which trophies they were bringing home as rcuiar evidence ot meir success. But the string broke as usual, and tlje fishheads (that never weie) are ausgezeicnic, in other words, "nix rum . I - fi Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Street, n to J. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to show the .new and finest line of Furnishing Goods ' Clothing, Hats and LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES. Ever opened iu Richmond. We have a few goods left we brought from our First Store that we will sell at your own price as long as they last. Our new goods are of the And at prices that will surprise you for quality and lit. Don't buy until you have seen our goods. We guarantee to sell you more goods and bolter quality forvthe money than ever yon got before. Our CUSTOM mm DEPARTMENT Is full of the finest piece jroods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see us and save money at self-mad- PERSONAL. sen-respe- in Richmond Main St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. Tie Oldest Clothier and Furnisher mav.'5-(5- o o d 03 2 3 U C"3 c rr rr. o 1 -- rr i" o C 5 & c ar -- 7r o o w r; c c 3 rt J- ' CP EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY a 4 a g 5T c ' o 23 Z- o c s o 5 P ? 2 o 3 The man is who has a good, sound, reliable carriage under him. He can rest secure in the thought that whon he has one of our well made, reliable phaitons, carriages, runabouts, whalebone speeders, or road carts, that como what may on the road, his wagon nevpr will give way. We have one of the finest stocks of road wagons, rocka-waand rubbertired busreies in Kich-mouJOHN D0NELS0N, PropV., m m ys d. Elder's BARGAIN Store IN CLOTHING. I j1 -- v r Kentucky Carriage Works. Master CommissioitDp's Sa!o Q.W. Ertns, ! y, - Pin. 'I Notice of Sale against Deft.) In Equity. Hayden Estill, By Irtae ot a Judgment and Order of sale of tbe Madison Circuit Court, rendered at tbt April term thereof, 1899, In the above style cause, tbe undersigned will, on Men's Suits at. Men's Pants at. Boy's Suits at. . Boy's Pants at. . NOTIONS. .$? 00 up . . 4UC. ..G9c. un . . 15c. up Up AvMv, Between June H Mr the hours of 11 o'clock, a. m., and 12 o'clock, m., at the Court House ioor in Richmond, Madison county, Ky., proceed to expose to Public Sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property, viz.: Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. up ML Gent's Undershirts 25c. up , Gent's Drawers 20c. up Ladies' Vests 5c. up -Ladies'" Pants 25e. up AlitS Towels Cuffs J Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars Corsets 3c. up 25c. up 10c. up 15c. 10c. G'.)c. Lot No. 18 in Block No. 2 of the Dillingham Addition to the City of Richmond, Ky., fronting on Linden Avenue fifty (50) feet and running back in a northerly direction the same width to a twenty foot alley and being on the southeast corner of Linden Avenue and Oak Street. Suspenders BucTrjy up J a& 1 RELIGIOUS. the sum of $604.40, tbe amount ot money so ordered to be made, and the costs hereof. TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit of six (S) months. Tbe purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Judgment, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, with a Lien reserved upon said property until all tbe purchase money la paid. 8. n. SCOTT, may27-2M. C. M. C. C. w Ora sufficient quantity thereof to produce Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols Ladies' White Aprons Asst. Colors in Boy's "Waists Baby Bibs OUB , Whips 5c. up 25e. 25c. 5c. 10c. Fire Screens LTNE OF LjU)IES up . up J5 up up up up Atfl $g GENT'S AND ARE 3ORE VARIED AND LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and .see them. Patronize Home hmm, m RIBBONS. al n, We have a few bolts of the C. N. & Co. 's Ribbon on. hand which we will close out at No. 10, 10o; No. 40, loe; So. SO, jL lame-minde- ,.., d. tat-teo- Insure your dwellings, barns and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Company, of Lexington, Ky., a home institution Gives protection aarainst Fire, Lightning and Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State, and rets cheaper ever year as long as you continue iu the company For further information call on their agent and collector, S. R. B. BLACK. Attorney-at-LaRichmond. Ky , office on Main Street, opposite Court House, next door to State Bank & Trust Co., second floor. J. H. CARTER, Pres. may27-I- y C. C. BOSWORTH. Sec'y. 20c. u. NOTICE. All persons are hereby notified not to charge me with anything without a written order, as I will not pay same. may27-4- w TAYLOR RICK. All-wi- se if 0- 3 Corses. See our stock of Corsets before you buy. We can please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B. Rob K03', Dr. Nor sah. 25a up 10c. -- DEATHS 5 On up in fa aner! 5C ?3C designs. Men's Black Frit Hals Men's Nice Straw HatB Boy's Niic Straw Hals Men's and Boy's Caps -- .- -. 2oc. up c?-- v' te up ...10c. un - Pt IN CARPETS. Hemp Unlabels. ....10c up ... 25c up h, In all the new rich dark colorings, special Hugs ....4tctip Jute Unions ... Mattings., ..2oc. up IDc ..iuc. "P Kirs IN HARDWARE. 5c price to the flno Pressed Papers. No use to waste your valuable tiine looking at small sample books of old stylo job papers. "Wo haye a number of experienced Paper Hangers. overwhelming ao Knives and Forks, per 8ct .31c. up Fih Linea Cake Turner. 4c. Fish II6olca . .. 3c. an Files. . . Curlir.iT Irons .... Teanpoons ... 4c set ap Butcher Knives.. Tablespoons 6c setup' . ... lc. each lc. doz 3c. np 10c. tftst eon-in-ln- Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, ht Is Ohrgs h Mors AflENT E. V. ELDER. F0 McCALL PATTERNS. 8 for hanging than those who cut up and otherwise destroy your jiapor. - D-te- two-vvee- d New VVincfow" Shades, ft w. SEND OWE DOLLAR 1 K'MCCT T UUaiJUTMM, MBrECTLT SATfflTACTSilT. Kht CCT TXI3 AH OCTjuiC. troika 7e tM t nuzf, Mounted on Spring Boilers,, fixtures complete, ready to. hang, from 10c ou tip in price. iu nm tt "i tB4U.es Met wlUi.pnlcr. W MAXF. THIS TOP BUGGr." . . ... ....... l ul . WW.. MxM bum th Weed. wr, But Tbat Uoctr Cut a freight dutrgw, " ' MJCHT ntl 1 T! 713 tkii Tur imioht o. d. It t jMr fr.liU 4. not ud It Uiai aSMMSKilTIB, KuL TO ItCMES MMC3T IAK3A1H jojj SAW, kw it c ivtl "'i,r,..a:0: Betoaet m Id-Ef- tv W Ik BICHXOND, KY. "W()w WUFafr. stock, tfce; Sh.frie, Pais, OiU, GtawM, etc., atwayi tarsal, toWMt. sit' V f mm. y' ' T.tf, 21 ounea. Dill; koSibsr HMrflr Lta4. fan M and back eartaliui PttstinT, Giuniv tmsd tmal to mi j-- 'MM hwrcir worlr, Bor l.ltclt. Gear d.rV grca Win OKIU runMlalirrttm. , ,rH EAK, CUTS ROEBUCK TOV CAM Mk M rife irii. M4 -- i.. rtans CO. llHc.), CHICAGO . ILL. 38.90 , IPS?"' i mm to II WANT 101 MflNFY'C WORTH 1 2 'It-- . 1 i 1 COME AND SEE US! THE WAY THROUGH. Our stock is complete in every particular, oun prices WE CAN PLEASE YOU. right all t $1 25 1 75- -2 T SEE A FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW ! t 1 X f iall,le "11 6,1.i,J Jo,,,er Ox0nl8' lJoK,a Kid or Calf, common sense, size Ii to 8 KH, price $1 00 worth Ladles all solid leather Oxfords, common sense. Coin ,toe or patent tin. size ''. to 8 H .23 wortli Ladies extra nice light weight Kid Oxfords. Black nr. Tan, common sense or Coin toe, kid or i Kl,rice ,. V!UV",t ''.' 8izM2i to8 n or 50 worth $1 ,y,"'l k'"'- - ,,uU0n ,ow sl:0,iS. "All The Go," patent tin vest ins top size H to 8 K. pii.o, 1 PO worth 1' I .!eK, Xl". hi1 .,a!' lH.c0 Bprimr 1,eel kkl ,fP ('oi" ",01 75 w,.rti to 7 K. Wd or imtent tip, '1 to 8. I) 01 K ,t'J,.Ki,,,.ln ,,r t,i,rlnK hPot laco ?r f8 50 worth SI new Tnn Box Calf in lace or button, all style toes, sizo (! to 11. O. 11 and K Men s lift wnnh s now lan Box ralf, light Or dark sbado, all style toes, size 0 to 11, 11, Ound b Men o 50 worth v let, in all styles, Jaco or congress. C to L D, K and EK men k nnicK or ran, 8 (X) worth lien's Mack orTan.Viei or Calf, allstylos, size C to II. LaiulER.... 2 00 wortli, 1 t 50 : V 1 . 1 bu". - 1 75- -2 00 2 00 22 00 i0 if I .". -- t Mi 1 4 00 3 50 2 50 PPICRS I Qs&)e a Comitate y U vae Successors to WALLACE feg & RICE &c A.RisroxJiD; RICE. 4 if 2 4 Busy Bee Cash Store's Bargains , .- Shrivel up Competiton. Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest, shrewdest buvers. Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm. HOT BARGAINS keep our de-- livery "wagohs sino'lcing. THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE'S BARGAINS never disappoint. They are always better than expectation. See the tempting list below: Tobacco Canvas & fefe WK ARE SOLE AGENTS kTrA tcA. mFta aC? Mr U-- Mr FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS. AND MISSES' The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. MAY 23, Dr. Hobson, Dentisf. 1890. 3 CD o V. 5" o c3 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 jilt edge. Is very Little Money to invest in a Suit, bin, if the Suit is not made of the right 1 rs a rs to. Proctor Knott Cigar. Ho, for the Ltdies Fair! Sair Jones will wake thiuus tin hero Saturday night. Dr. Avers is very sick at his home near College Hill. Your Uncle Sam Jones will catch you Saturday uight. In Constipation Herbitio affords a The best 6moker, the Proctor Knott cigar. natural, healthful remedy, acting promptly. A few small doses will nsu Daughters, Altention! iilly be found to so regulate the excreMrs. Poyntz requests the Daughters tory functions that thev are able to of tho Confederacy to meet at her home operate without any aid whatever on Friday morning at ten o'clock, to Price 50 cents. Perry & Thomas, lm arrange Tor the" decoration of tho graves The Teachers Association of Meade of the soldiers buried in our cetneterv. and Hnrdin counties will convenoat West Point on Saturday, May 27. Take Notice. Tobacco eauvas, best grade . . Hrnwn Cotton Good yard-wid- e Good yard-wid- e Bleached Cotton . 10-Unbleached Sheeting . . Good Bed Ticking .,. Best grade Bed Ticking: hoy's pants Cottonade Best New York mills Camlet Jeans Extra heavy Cotton Cassimers Best grade Apron Gingham r 1c yard 2c 4c 3o yard 12c . . . 7J j'ard All-wo- ... to 5c yard 14c yard yard yard 8Jc yard 121c yard lucyard 4c yard Nice Dress Ginghams 5, 6 and 71c yard to 24c yard Fine French and Silk Ginghams Dress Goods, 30 inch wide, 6tylih,and pretty Cheviot effects 19c yard, worth 35c Nice Bleached Towels 5c Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents Men's and Boy's Percalle Shirts 25c each Baby Shoes, all colors and white 25c Ladies' kid, button and laco Shoes, pat tip . . . only 75c Men's "Sunday Shoes," good quality only OSc Men's Cassimere Pants, black nnd blue . . . 75c per pair Our Boy's Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat. o A Are absolutely "ft S3 beautifully finished ('atrsimeres, every garment Sewed throuch and through, Upper and Lower Shuttle with 0,000 tiovernmeut Standard Pure Dye Silk, Lined with extra fine real Italian Lining, Sleeves are Lined with plain color Pongee Silk finish Sateen Sleeve Lining, Satin under collars, Thirty rows of ttttching, French facing and broad Satin pi pi hit. Every detail of inside and outside tailoring is done with caie and thought to havo the garments lit perfectly and give the "Wearer LastingSalisfaction. There are no better tailored garments than ours, there is 110 way to make them bolter. You want to see our Suits All-Wo- I S. n o m 3 before looking elsewhere, as we can make your $10-0what it will take much more to do as well elewhero. do o V3 o COVINGTON & MITCHELL. 3HI. o 5 sovaa fi-- asn snram ivnj, axiaoois on si ansHi ONIS00J.S H3HiV31 iVO stonffer has taken more measures If von have had the grip take Hood's suits to onler this spring than all Ssrpnparilla. It will brace you up. tin- icst combined. New store, Main tt. purify your blood, and overcome nil bad effects of the disease. MIiiphs is only tho refn-.'of weak Admiral Dewey has left an effective urn ils and tho holidav of fools. Barker as the watch dog of Manila. txxx . M Ml tttt j Onc-Fmir- th Off Clearing Sale will last. g3 8 ji By tho forelock lOFFii 1 p derwear, Hats, n benefit of tlie if you want the One-Fourt- h On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Un- Kti 2 &c. m if 88 h Ila a y. Y X tIn hmh n y UlLSiUg n p ki n )M p The Clothier, The Sfaosr, The Matter, TLe FMraisIier. Hoarseness Leads on The Ladies Fair, at first advertised for June 1st and 2nd, will, on account to serious irritation of of the occupancy of tho Fair Grounds may end in a racking, the throat, and rasplne couiih. on Court Day, be postponed until Fri- nr. ucii-day and Saturday. June 0th and 10th. lear mo rine and leavewill quickly throat the voice See large bills nnd catalogues. tear nnd smooth. It is on infallible remedy for coughs and colds and all liarrril I'lymoulh Hock. disorders of the throat and liinnp. Twenty years ft breeder of this one Good drmruMs sell it. 25 conts. Have you been iu Stoullei's new variety, stock better than ever before. store, on Main street? The Rock Snriiiir Hantist Church in Roosters frOm E. B. Thompson, New Webster county will not be dedicated to 1" Betting. $1. Stouffer has moved to Main street, York. Eggs until in June. MltS. M. F. AKBUOKIiB, next to John G Taylor's. Silver Creek, Madison Co., Ky. inS-3t-n A Neglected Cold Havo you scoured your 6cat to Special Rales via R. N. I & B. Sam Jones' lectuio Saturday niulit? is an cause of disease. It On account of tho State Commercial clogs the limps with mucus. It strains Finest line of neckwear iu Uie city Convention ai.d the Ohio Valley Bime- and breaks down the lung tissues. Dr. at Stoutler's now store, Mntu street. Honey is an unfailtntr tallic Club Convention at Louisville the Hell s Pine-Ta- r for coughs I. & B. will The ladies' fair by Madison's fair R. N.28 to May 31 sell excursion tickets curetissues and and colds It rebuilds May gives strength to the inclusive with limit the ladies will be the event of the year. lungs by supplying the blood with for return June 3. at 0110 and oxygen 25c at all good dmg- 1 have a new upright piano for sale fare for the round trip. msts or trade. Lyman l'anish. maylO-- H A False Report The May term of M r. Wm. Lane, of Paint Lick, sold The report published in last week's cuit Court convenedthe Rockcastle Cir at Mt Vernon to two work mules to Jake Herudou for Register to the effect that Mr. Win. ny. S250. Unit;, of Paint Lick, had sold his farm Win-i- i Nature Largest line of hats and caps in to Mr. Wm. Fish, is not true. Mr. Richmond at Stouller's Main btreel Line wm on a trade with Mr. Fish, Needs assistance it mav be best to ren houevor, but they did not agree. 6tore. der it promptly, but one should remem- K. V. C. her to use even the most perfect remThn nulv f.itr itirnn frivmt tiv lattice edies only when needed. The best and Winchester Court. will take nlace in Richmond. June 0th most Bimplo and centle remedy is the A TfnniKnv. nilcf tnnnnr ronnrlu Syrup of Figs, manufactured and 10. by the about 150 cattle on the market. 40 D. Z. nnilT. 11. Tavlor will onnn head steers and heifers, mixed wpiolit. California Fig Symp Co. their new store opposite Itucktir's Mill, 550 to 000 pounds, to 5 cents per The present session of Auburn Semi at Waco. Hundred, vs iignt steers and lieiters, nary will close on Wednesday, May 31. $24 each; milch cows and calves, !5 to Ivy. Lenj-uof Amoriean 'WheelI have been a sufferer from chronic fio. men meets here in annual convention sold. Ueinand good nuu all olieriugs diarrhoea ever since the war and have June 15. tf tibed all kinds of medicines for it. At In Capt. Wilson's Memory. last I found one remedv that Attorney S. II. B. Black is soliciting Green Broaddtis Post, G. A. R., No. a success as a cure, and that Is Cham- business for the Blue Grass Insurance 128, of Whifrton, will decorate the urave berlaiu s Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Co. See ad. of Capt. John Wilfion, at Station Camp, Remedv. P. E. GKisirAM.Gnars Mills, A strawberry supper at Pond mee- t- May 30, at 2 o'clock, p. lm in A. Alexan- La. For sale by Perry & Thomas. luir House. .Mini :m. at Mt:ai n. tn. i'n der Post, of Irvine, has beeiuinvited to Provision is the foundation of hosipi- ceeds for the church. take part. It will be remembered that taiity and thrift the fuel of magnifi t apt Wilson was the hero of Lookout cence. Sir P. Sidney. Stouffer took more than 100 meas- Mountain. ures in one week for suits and pauta. A Serious Position New store, Main street. Silver Creek Distillery Changes Manage Is that of a person who through neg ment. Stouffer sells nioro clothing for lect ot a seemingly trival cough or the money than any other clothier. The formal transfer of the manage cold is threatened by that dread de New store, Main street. of the Hume Distillery, at Silver stroyer of mankind consumption. Do ment Ureek, occurred whereby The ladies of the Kirksville Chris- Unit pinnt passes last week, control of not neglect a cough or cold, howeverttie tian church will uive a strawberry sup the Whiskey Trust, Into late proprietors, trifling.l)r.It is a ipenacu of comsumpthe will Jsells lon. per ai mat-piacnext l'rniay mgnt w. a. ii u me s uo., stepping down aud cure a cough or a cold in one night ami exhilarate tho lungs against the incep Mr. T. Clionault Willis has pur- out. Mr. Sam Marrs, of Lawroncebncc. has tion oi danger. chased the Jim Whicker house and 10 acres, iiear Pond Mectiuc House, for oeen temporarily appointed to that Ho that calls a man ungrateful sums l,uuo. up all the evil of which one can be Delegates Named by The Mayor. guilty. bwift. Don't forget court-da- y dinner given by the ladies of Catholic church in store The following centlemen havo been Ay CUBAN OIL cures room ndjoiuing Busy lice Cash Store. selected by Mayor Claude Smith as IWlVi Ctttx, Burns, Bruges, Rheu Meals 25c. may 24 2t delegates from Richmond to the State Commercial Convention, to be held at matism anil Sores. Price, 25 cents. Chief of Police, Capt. John Feeny. Louisville. May 20 and 30: Georce M Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W, was ablo to be out the next day after Willcing, E. V. Elder. S. Neville Mob- - Q. White. being snot in the leg by Ause Harris, eiley, hi. Deatherage, Claude Smith, J Our own heart, and not other men's luesday last. ureeuieat, iWna Uougjas, J. N. far opinion, forms our true honor Co'.e-J. I). Powell purchased at public ing, Jas. is. iicCreary. a. u. Miller, all rtdge. sale last week five acres of laud, known of whom, particularly the hint named. Ballard's Snow Liniment cures Rheu as the Jake Shearer place, near Boones-boi- are grateful to our excellent Mayor for mutism. Neuralgia, Headache, Sick t ttie honor conierretl, which at 12 per acre. Headache. Sore Throat, Cuts. Sprains, less a pleasant 8'irpre to them all. BrtiiM'.s. (Jul bores. Corns, and all pam MissTeinpie Oldham is selling her and inflammation. Tlfe most penetratThree Victories The Same Day. beautiful line of sailor hats at from 10 ing liniment iu the world. Price 25 cents to SI 50. Give her a call before Friday was a pretty cood day for cents and. 50 cents. Perry and mayl7-Ipurchasing elsewhere. Central University. the won the great Thomas. niay.T-lannual Dan debate at The ladies of the Catholic church ville, having few Adversity borrows sharpest sting before will uive n, court-da- y dinner on Main CejUtre'a cracka b i.se hour team hi beatenit from our Impatience.its Uishop Home 1m II a stiect. below Busy lito Cash Store, contest. At the kihih hour Kn .Holiday, June o. Wheals A Tennessee Boy. m24 2t ottier si urtont, Mr. Myers, from Arkan sas, curried oil lir.st liouors at the Rich -- Day My littlo boy, aged five i'ears. bad WANTED Boarders, Mrs. Nannie jMnitin, Lancaster Avenue, motid Bird Shooting Tournament in sores on his limbs from his hips to the which twenty crack bhots imriicmated, n(is oi nis toes, iney were about the next door to H. J. Streng'b residence. tliet-Notwithstanding three notable size oi ten cent pieces, borne said they may young men roiurned to wTo caused oy poison and he doctored victories the "Where are you uoing, my pretty their places as though nothing extraor for it but dul not get well until he began maid?" "Fin going to the Ladies' Fair," diuary had been Ilnv, taking Hood's Sarsaparilla which cured she said. ' So am I." said be, "and so ing beaten Centre two straights lately him." Jilts. D. A. JoNKS.Morristown. are my cousins, and my uncles, and my the thing is growing monotonous for ieiiti. aunts. the other icllows: Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head At tho State Medical meeting last The Bird Shoot. nche, biliousness, Indigestion, constipa weoic nr. w. u. lUartiti.ot Jviugston U'nri nmiiliriffll n flfltM'Ht. (n flu. J innri man can t the tion. When a can Medical Association, to be held at man who heat the gieat Uogardusat After crosses and losses men cto trap shooting, it is time for one Dr. humbler and wier Franklin. Uoiumtnis. v., Jjiueb. Ilouson, the nflfiiiau (mm uu, .ill Ulll VfUU9 III rowhattan, to pull in ins horns. Mr ICt U Unless a woman eats sullicient nour order to remodel our house. Clothing,' T. T. Covington, with the above disa- ishing food she can neither piin nor hats, shirts and underwear at your own bility, fetched down fourteen out of keep a goo I complexion, when pneo at Stouffer's new Main street twenty-fiv- e hirdH, while llobson and digested, is the base of all health, nil More, next door to Fanner's National other crack shots ct.uld do but precious Ktrengdi. ami all beauty, llcrhln.e will 1X1 UK. help digest what vou eat. and give vou little better. The live bird shoot wan onlv two- - the e'ear. bright, beautiful skin of Co, The lnew ork Life Insurance The following killed both health. Price 50 and 7o cents. Perry 1 ,t rounds. !.l .1.... .1 ...I. I..S may3-l& Thomas adiiimistr;i-tor- , birds: Cohen. Tevis, Moberley, Letcher, C. Putts, Waiter Tu tor's Jasper, Evans. My em. These failed to S3.000, the ninonnt of insurance It were better to be of no church W. Chenauit. Rice, 11. Clionault. carried by the deceased in that com kill: Wnerers, Covington. The others missed than to be bitter for anv. Penn. pany. one each. Chimney swallows wote Manv old soldiers now fpnl thn el 300 sample summer coats and used. The clay bird shoot, 25 rounds, re fecta of the hard service they enduring vests just opened, in all tho latest aud best styles, at less than manufacturers. sulted: JSiyors, li; Letclier, llobson. the war. Mr. Geo. S. Anderson, of cost, to be closed out Stouliers now 15 each: l'ovington H Chenauit. W. Rossville, York cotintv. Penn.. who clothing house, Main streot, opposite Chenauit, 14: P..well. Rjtlea 12: Rico II: saw the hardest kind of sevtce at tho front, is now troubled with Aiautsou .Rational liank. hlhutt bmttli, Lvans. Wageri, 10; Tur-le- rheumatism. frequently severe attack "1 had a Jasper. W. Chenauit. 0; McCIIn- - lately," he says, 'and procured a bottle Mr. John Cunuingliatu, of Escon- - t'cK, I . J. binith.S; Uolieu,: Aloberlev. of CtiamberlaTn-'- s Pain l!alm. It did so dtda, liottrhoii county, has purchased C; D. Tevis.3. good would from E. K. Thomas, at a handsome 'lhonport is very enpiyable and after much vou that I charge like to know me or ono would price, aveiy Bine short horn bull, At a while It will get to l dangerous-- to wlit torney LiHiieml, 131,i4S. to plauo at.the clitmiiev swhIIows. JNevcitlielcsH the dozon buttles." Mr. Anderson wanted trail ot ins liosetlule liei1 oi sliort lioril club is here to 8 lay. Mosis. Smith and tt I Kith for his own iims nnd to supply it cattle, ilia son, 4th Duke of Thorn Hobso)i having pledged their abiding to his fripmls and neighbors, as every family should have a bottle of it iu dale, sold for S17.C00. interest in it. their homo, not only for rheumatism, Street Fair Organization. nut lame dhck, sprains, dwellings, cuts, bruises and, burns, for which it Is un A ninulilli nf QOOrOtnili i niou.ftnll equalled. For sale by Perry and in the fctreut Fair, is called for ThursOr dhcomfor,t, no Irritation or tlie Inuiay3-lu- i day afteruoon at 3 o'clock, at theState testinesbut gentle, jmnujir, tlioni'i.jrj lliomus. healthful cleansing, when jou taxe Bauk and Trust Company building. y and you ruin to Live only for i !iis snoiiiu ue a go. morrow. Simmons. Henry Kuchler & Coniui.y. Nothinc hna Avor lippit nrnrinrpfi t Sold by all druggists. 23 cents eqiul or compnre with Tabler's Buck Lumber dealers of Louisville. Ky., in nvrt I'iln Ointment mr n p.nrnfivn in vtfr. f'ltrl'fkriliollil. llf'rt U'itlt Mill mat A dozen mild cases of smallpox are htamitr ntinlionttnn !nr Piloa. I teenme who have lumber for sale. Thoy buy Poplar and Hardwoods iu mixed cars, reported at muuis nnu through tho liltlill mill .IllpailiflP'. ntprnnJ.. t.r intur. . ... . couuty. says the wuiiamslmrg .News, MT ..J, II r n... r t. phi, and itching ami ineotimg oi t Iio Rectume. The relief fs immediate ami Wlionping Coult. Up to Oato and tJisjond euro ntfallihlo. frico .50c In bo tie, had a little boy who was nearly dead tubes 75c. Perry (ScThoiiisg. tnay3- - m I The Pantagraph isunially lint itM l:i4t ThiiraHfiv'K fMiii, wati inut r from an attack of whoonirif mnt'li rvtv Notbing is more disgraceful than In- week-aheaas the head-- ) inert bore the neighbors recouimendetl Chamberlain's ........... . firprn Cough Remedy. I did not think that (.itirAritv. v remnus lucita fast any medicine would .help him, uate :iay- - -- u. but af enough without glvinc him this bpost. liiu springhe ter giving, nun a levy doses ot that rem- IIIAs they build birds Kre singing summer home, edy 1 noticed an Improvement, and Blmlcs of grass theirbuds are spriuing, SaitTJencs Saturday Night. .and bottlH cured him entire! v. It is er TllG Mtisonlu Temple Hull will pot line best medicine cattle tho I ever ha"! in the InOtlie tho mead ttiehlooll is roam. freighted spring your con lain the crowd that wants to hear hou). J.X. Mooun, South lturgetts-ttiwWith the germs that chiishU'wius!, the renowned frani Jones here SaturFor sale by Perry nnd Humors boils, are depfitnted. IV day night." Reserved H.'ats are gtdlig Tl.nlll-....... 1... HgiiMls warning-yopf these. UKe-no- i wunies, at ?io:itl'm a ilaj;uL's. ' Ernest Meltpn has succeeded R. E In the spring tlistttired fpeling A 1 lace lo gtu Makesyon every duty shirn, Croniu as manager of Alexmidet'ri tele Mnknsyoti feel like stea'itig, For luscious bananas, ripe Annies phone exchahgg Jit Providciwu. j Kallicr than engage in Work. frCsh cakes, cold iuo reaui-soil- n water. For Whooping Cough. AathniB, something fcpown that Will a nice candies, tobacco and cigars; iro lo Bronchitis, or Consumption, no meiii But tliere'shealth and vjgor Wii. Man to . fif..r. III. ..Ma ..... A..... ... clue tonal ("onsffHii'.s-H.iuev.c- f Tar. Yon will flntl Hootl's araprill Ueetjiuiatil open" day and night. Priua, 23 and. 50 ceuta IJ'irrjr and Just exactly what y need lar-ttonone-thir- d Te has-been Iii this "Hot Bargain Sale" we are naming Special Prices on Table Linens, Hapkins and .Doilies. They will go very fast at prices named. We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons. Tailor-mad- e Suitings, Silk Waists and Dress Patterns ever shown in this city. As these goods are the Cullings of the largest .dry goods importing houses in the East, it will pay jrou to look at them. wit In our "Ready to Wear" Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies' Silk and Woolen Skirts, Shirt Waists, Muslin Underwear, Bonnets, etc. Our "Hot Bargain" prices prevail iu this Department. See Our Line of iace Curtains. ? Dot Swiss Curtains, Oil Shades, Carpets, Mattings, Oilcloths, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Valises, etc. We are showing "the largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities. Our "Hot Bargain" prices are a guarantee for their cheapness. We Have Just Received And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino Buttermilk Toilet Soap, price 8c a cake, the best Toilet Soap used. We are selling nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake. We are showing all the new things in Ribbons, New Dress Trimmings, New Laces and new Ham bergs. Trj a pair of our "Topsy" brand Hosiery, they the best in the market. Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery. Wc have placed on sale the "Red Hottest" line of Clothing ever shown in this city. We carry everything in favor this season in this- department. Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this line. before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, - w. OLDHAM COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN c For Children Lung Irritation i- y. o, was-doub- m tho best cough and cold remedv ever discovered is Dr. Bell's It is pleasant to lake and perfectly harmless. One dose at iKjdiiiue stopthe cough all night. It is guaranteed to cure crottn and whooping couch. 25c at all druggists. - m iutcr-cullegia- if Tlie swoetest typo of heaven is home. J G. Holland. Hundreds In Kentucky. will cure it, and Bell's give such strength to the lungs that cough or a cold will not settle there. 25c at all good druggists. Gen. Ottis has again put a turn-dow- n collar on the Filipino armistice habit. 11 the forerunnc to consumption. Ir. NEW GROCERY! Having purchased the Gus Margolen stock of Groceries from Million & Greenleaf, wo will continue the business at the 11 1 bril-lia.- '( 24-4- e one-arme- d bt-n- have been cured by Digestos Dyspept-i- a Sold by Perry Si Thomas Successors to W. G Tablets and cheerfully recommend White. them, 2,c oruggists. Self trust is the easenco of heroism. William Penn, 2:07i4. is the fastest Emerson. trotter by the records ever Offered at Tetter, and ISczcma. public alie'ion The intense itching and smarting inci cures Dyspcp-- S piMfAfrtU0IAN ftA dent to these allayed lUtllVl $ Bia, Constipation and Indi- by applying diseases is instantlyEye and Chamberlain's gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Skin Ointment. Many very bad ?ases Sold bv Perry Si Thomas, successors to W. have been permanently enred by it. It Q. White. is equally efficient for itching piles and Ill 189S about 00,000 horseswere sold a favonto remedy for sore nipples; 45,000 of them chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites in New York, ne-rl- v and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. being work and draft horses. Salt-Rheum anil Summer Complaints, Planters:Coli NeurnlR'n nnit Toothache five m'nuttn. Sour Stomach fricc, CUHAM HCLIEF 25 enrcs Cents. SAME STAND, On Main Street, next door to tho Richmond National Hank. We will keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES. We have already added largely to the stock, and you will find most anything kept in a first-clas- s Grocery. The public is cordially invited to call aud inspect our stock and get our LOW CASH PRICES. M li 1 Many a fair young child, whose pallor Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are has lnizzeld the mother, until she has just what a borso needs when in bad Tonic, blood purifier and "tispected rightly her darling was trou condition. They aro not food but bled with worms, has rogaine-- the vermifuge. rosv hue of health with a few doses of uiedicino and tho best in nso to put a horse in primo condition. White's ('remit Vermilnge. Price 25c Price 25 ;enfs per package miiy3-lPerry & Thomas. l m Yours Very Respectf uUy, Phone 1 107. mayS-l- w J 8 T. 9 tf m V 5 W K H tS f 'U M)' M 7S j "TheyFitTkFcctasNalurelotcnded" INTRODUCTION OF THE FAMOUS y. JENNESS MILL I made. . Hygienic Shoes for Women! to-da- Hood Phis W We have secured the "exclusine agency" for the famous ' JEN- W NESS MILLER" HYGIENIC SHOES FOR WOMEN. ' These shoes are now being introduced throughout the United W W States, and are, the finest,- most comfortable, durable and graceful Shoes - . ... I Made of specialh' tanned uVelvetta" kid, whlehis as soft and fine . at as its name implies. ... ".u." Cut on scientific anatomical principles, and lit. tho feet as nature 'A intended. We unhesitatingly recommend them and guarantee them to give ' jk. absolute satisfaction.- 62T Only to be had of us in the city. - , - ... - srv'.x JH "V h mm U Ml . fc5U I I Oi l AINL LACEU $3 SO. ' n, l l s bei-gin- aSs- - 0 A f 0 ' ' $07 West Main Street, Richmond, Ky. ' C 5 Vlfey' ' jSt a)rl'J-5- t 'PtlAilElfUI !i .....hM . t ... L 1 Our Goods AND three articles closes Augusta). $200 for the most interesting collection of ALL WOMEN Should know that the photographs o f American homes. MSlSeMe Exiraeriinaryjfers by The Climax. "Old Tims" Bemedy, Closes Juno 1 , $150 for the moist interThe Climax wants five hunfed new aresting collection of photographs of subscribers by tho first of tlienewyear. tistic or novel architectural features. In order to reach this end, some ex Closes July 1. $150 for the nio&t inter traordinary inducements will bo made. esting collection of potographs Of artis Until further notice tho following will lawns tically arranged ! yards. Closes August 1. $150 for .the be offered to subscribers. most interesting collection of photographs The Climax and TheTVeek- - I sssB If so, there must be some sssa of plant life flowers, vegetables, 9 y Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. Compel 3'ou to trade with us f trouble wim its rooa. wen cereals, etc. Closes August 1. 6150 for The Climax and the Home I babies are plump; only the I tho most interesting collection o.f photowhen you give us a trial. and Farm, $1.30 such a3 breaksick are thin. Are you sure i graphs of homo features, artistically ar fast and dinner tables, The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. he Cosmopolitan, Munsey's the food is all right? Chil- - ranged windows, interiors, etc. Closes To thn rtnet fnr Fault Tfnrtles. COTTCCtll all j dren can't help but grow ; j September 1, IrrezularltleslnFeznaleOrKaBS. Should ba The pleasant method and beneficial . taken Inr Riare el Lite ana Derore effects of the well known remedy, or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. 4 they must grow if their food Pinters "014 Tine Kemenc navo stooa ih-Srcror of Figs, manufactured by the County Court Days. tost tor twenty years, The Climax and the Louis J nourishes them. Perhaps a Fio Syrup Co.; illustrate Hade only by FewPpencer Medicine Co., Cht-Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post, $3. z. f mistake was made in the tive principles of plants known to be Richmond, Madison county, first Mon medicinally laxative and presenting The Richmond Climax and I past and as a result the di-- 1 day. 25c. 50c Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. them in the form most refreshing to the decs-ly- r Courier-Jou- r fiestion is weaKened. It that T Lexington, Fayette county, second Q. White. taste and acceptable to the system. It Twice-a-wee- k I it is the one perfect strengthening laxaAll druggists soil Dr. lilies' Ncrvo Plasters. i is so, aon t give tne Daoy Monday. tive, cleansing the system effectually, nal, both for one year $1.00 Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon a lot of medicine ; just use j dispelling colds, headaches and fevers Weekly The Climax and day. one common vour evcry-da- y The ladies cannot be deceived gently yet promptly and enabling per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. to overcome habitual constipation Georgetown, Scott county,third Mon sense and help nature a ! day. by catch- - phrases nor manently. Its perfect freedom from Ohio Farm, subevery objectionable quality and The Climax and A 11 stance, and its acting on the kidneys, f little, and the way to do f Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. bombastic claims. I liver and bowels, without weakening $1.90. it is to add half a ieaspoon- - I Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third we have to say is, we buy or irritating them, make it the ideal Monday. The Climax can also fur fur of in the best markets of laxative process of manufacturing figs Winchester, Clark county, fonrth any paper published in In the nish Monday. the world, select the la- are used, as they are pleasant to the he United States or Europe taste, but the medicinal qualities the I Versailles, woodford county, fourth test goods, and when you remedy are obtained from sennaof and at reduced rates. Monday. plants, by a buy you know you have other aromatic California Fiomethod Syrup known to the te If all the pooms I havo written LIE ON BRYAN HAILED. Co. only. In order to get its beneficial the latest, effects and to avoid imitations, please Wore piled together in a pile, goods. Is that what you remember the full name of the Company Tho Ring in tho new ''Ring out tho old And with a candle they were litten, roIJ standard and Retmblican on the front of every package. to the baby's food three or I Ring out tho falsa Ring In tho true ' want? If so, trade with printed You could see tho blaze a mile. press tlirongh outtho county have been CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. publishing that Mr. Bryan had eat at I four times a day. Wf 3g to you the new and true from tho But all the gold that I havo gitten SAM FItANCIBCO. CAX. T plney forests of Norway For the poems I havo wrote X.OUISVXXAE. KT. HEW YORK. It. Y. dinner in Ken' York with neRioes. j will begin the very first day For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle. Woujd not hurt the feeblest kitten It seems to s Tho following appears in a weekly- - i you give Jan5-l- y If poured melted down its throat. journal called Tho Verdict, published correct the digestion and Bill Nye. in Now York City by a company of gets the baby started right DR. CALDWELL'S I which Mr. 0. B. P. Belmont is presi Pine-Tar-Hon- ey A farmer tolls an exchange that ho again. If the baby is nurs--1 dent, and the journal being edited by W CURES IND IGESTION. 11 a widely known nowspaper man, Mr. ing but docs not thrive, then has mado a discovery that will be of Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by to the farmers during vast Alfred Henry Lewis. Tho article apthe mother should take the a dryimportance has found by plant 7fao can think science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive-Cur- e season. He almntA Wanted-f- in Idea nf iaitiiipaienw pears in Vol. 1. No. 21, May 1 to May 8, T emulsion. for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces It will have a ii s; onions and potatoes in tho same KutQg w you 1S99, and can easily be verified. Protect your ldtan; they way trlng Pityntwealta. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Attor. good effect both upon the field in alternate rows the onions be WrtteJOHN WEDDEUBUUN & CO, Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worneja. Washington. D. O.for their SUB) prlto oiler 'To the Southern Tress: Speaking of RANGES Bryan, let us seize up this chance to mother and child. Twenty- - come so strong that they bring tears mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g to the eyes of the potatoes in such vast cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed nail a lie and clamp it- - One should 5 five years proves this fact, volumes that tho roots of the vines arc membranes are healed and soothed so that there strike down mendacity wherever it's I and i.oo, all druggists. joe. Is no inclination to cough. kept moist and a big crop raised in found hissing, just as one should serve S VnTT A nOVVNE. Chemists. New York. spite of drought. The samo farmer has SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS (II tit 1 death to rattlesnakes on sight. Both lHV H HM a scheme for raising custard pies by Bottloa Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes serpents were tried and con lies and BE SURE YOU GET That the Republican party is the crossing the ege plant with the milk demned before they were born, and all t AM 88 YEARS OLD. ?dneveried weed. iwy remedy equal to Dr. cell s Do you natural parent and propagator of trusts, men arc their executioners. Commission It gives quick and permaaent relief Dr. Bill's Pint-Tar-MItmalcea lngrlpasweUascousbsnndcolds. recall the dollar dinners in New York is conceded, but that it should havo An Illinois beekeeper tells of obtain Merchants.. weak luncs stroDC Mrs. H. A. Metcalfe, City? They were notable for the su one organ courageous or brazen enough ing over SoG pounds or extracted fcdncah,Kr. perior sort of those who came. No to confess it, is a surprise. But the honey from six colonies which ho had For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. gathering, for any purposo, of liner New York Sun, the leading organ of last spring and thoso which swarmed Cattle, Sheep mental edge or purer feather ever oc- - the G. O. P. thus confesses for its party from them. He sells the extracted cured on the island of Manhattan since what its demngagical members deny honey 15 pounds for $l,jmd there has "The Republican party has no call to been no trouble in finding customers tho twentv breeches day ol Hendrick Union Stock Yards, CO Hudsonr And there were no negroes indulge in windy declamation against The increase by swarming leaves him present; not one. None were invited; trusts. They have their evil with their seventeen colonies this spring. The Cincinnati, O, AND BUY YOUR none sought to come. It was a He good, but they are an impregnable part value of honey sold and of the eleven to hurt Bryan in tho South. If of business necessity, and they are no new colonies makes a good showing built Telephone 7346. the South has an appetite for falsehood; more to bo pulled out by platforms and for the small capital invested. . Roofing, Guttering it will feed on it; if not, it will reject Legislatures than are promissory notes CSTAll information regarding: live A Kansas hog raiser, giving his ox- and General and cast it aside. There was never a or partnerships. The Democratic party, Consign "We pay the Highest and sell Btook clieerfully furnished. sputtering against wealth, naturally penonce in feeding hogs, says llvo of the dollnr." y sept-lJob "Work. negro at either dinner your stock direct to us. sputters against trusts. Let it. The acres of sweot potatoes fatten more for the Lowest Prices on earth. acres of corn Republican party does not hold that hogs than twenty-fiv- e QUICK RELIEF NEEDED. property is a crime, or that the highly He had sixty hogs that would yield organized forms of modern business are him 18,000 pounds of pork, and esti A pathetic instance of poverty has Ml been recently brought to light by the to be disturbed at tho request of the mates that the cost of their iced is RICHMOND, KY. Cor. Main and Cheapside. publication of the details of the Van same set of persons that is frantic for a not more than $2G in actual cash for Sealed bids will be received bv J. N Culton of a new church, just beyond expenses in his sweet potato for the erection labor and doibilt-Fai- r wedding. In speaking of cheap doller. Water Works, on the Richmond and Irvine ' patch. He also claims this food im turnpike, up to Friday. May 25. For further this sad caso a correspondent recites Volcanic Eruptions call on David Chenault, Sr., or J. parts a flavor to tho meat that for sur S articular this city . apr20-t- d :. Culton, tho fact that young Mr. Vanderbilt Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob passes that of corn for any animals. has an income of only $1,000 a day. life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve terms of his father's contract wit! The Exchange' I note in your column cures them, also Old, Running and CALL AT the young man limit him to that in x Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, of inquiries some one asking for significant sum until next fall, after Corns, "Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns preparation for killing lice on cattle which he will do some better and have Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. and horses. A simple and most effect about $1,500 a dav. ilow the young Best Pile cure on earth Drives out ual remedy I have used is sour but man and his blooming biide are to Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box, lermllk. Let it get sonr and thon take net along until the leaves turn red is Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry & a sponge and spongo them well with SALOON PARLOR a3 not stated. This is only April. Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- the sour milk. If any lice should es6 Thomas, Druggests. WHEN IN TOWN. panies in me unitea states. Losses paiu full six months must intervene before capo give thorn the second application promptly. 3rou the reliet of a paltry $500 a day is at Elliott Danforth, of New York has It will surely kill them and does not hand. There is food to be provided in just returned from a visit through the injure the hair." In the Prudcntal, you are offered the Coolest and most refreshing best Life Insurance attainable, and on the meantime and there must be a placo south. lie says: So far ns tho south the most approved plans. In Accident of drinks that can be found the young bride can call home. Insurance we again give the best- Wo Statistics gathered regarding the is concerned, and perhaps the west will not transact business with irresponin the city are dispensed Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt's neighbors too, but one man is seriously consid pubonic plague in India shows that sible companies. and accommo26 Second Street, by may do something but the public can ered for the Presidential nomination since the beginning of the last out Up Stairs. dating clerks. not expect them to do much. They and that is William Jennings Bryan break at Bombay 250,000 deaths havo y have their families and their obliga Were tho convention to be called for been recorded. This number, how Kept on Tap. Genuine Saratoga Water tions. There is Mr. Astor with a miser I believe that solid delega ever, is believed to be much below the issssssssss$esssssssss able little $18,000 a day and Mr. Rocke tions would be sent from the south and actual total, because the natives aro feller with only $25,000 a day. They west demanding his Second St. Phone 3. known to have concealed deaths from both havo cares and cannot b looked Possible issuo aro overshadowed by the disease. RICHMOND, KY. to all tho months. Clearly something Col. Bryan's personal popularity, COMPLETE xoung chicks want nil of tne sun should be done to provide food tmd Speaking of Kentucky he says: Restores think clothing for these young people until spent a good deal of t'me in Kentucky shine they can get like every other Wanted-- An of some simple Idea Who canpatent? BLISS thins to they cau get a start in life. Exchange. which went for McKinley in 1890 growing thing, excepting tiie mush. Protect your Idea.; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WHUDEKBURN ft CO "Patent Attor. neya, Washington. D. C. for their C13X) prlto offer Gov. Bradley himself admitted to me room, and will grow but slowly in tho and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. A CLEVER PASTOR. that there was little hope of tho Re shade, even if kept warm and well fed. publicans carrying that State this fall ' They need also dry ground under them The Great 1833 "My dear brudders an' sisters," re and dry bedding in their nests. marked tho venerable pastor of the We sound a "warning noto now to t now within ea.y rcnrli of eicry Amrrlmn The Bath county grand jury returned only colored church in town, aa ho tho poor but honest toiler of this coun 3J flAVk treatment U positively ciiarnntral to cure the most enmpllcalert case or Nervous Deljlnty. or carefully cleared the board table in front try, to bo on their guard, or ero they 19 indictments against the Standard Wasting Disease. It acU powrriiilly and (julckly. of him so that every nickel, cent and are aware of their impending doom It Oil Company lor peddling oil without A new .nan. i'hy.lrally I'rrlrrt. Is llir mull orihc n.r or ItKliEXCItn. Young men will re. button laid upon it would stand out in will be upon them this scheme of the license. Ten different insurance com calntliclr lnt manhonl. ami Old Men will rccorci startling distinctness, "dore is some of goldworshipping imperialists to increase panies wern indicted for conspiracy and their youthful visor. Itlnvlsorntes and restores to full me and visor, all sulrereri from Seminal weak. de folks in dis ch'uch gives accawdur the standing army is for the purpose, forming trusts. ncsscs, Impotcncy. Varlcocolo. Sperinattorhea, MCiitiy missions. Lost uraln anil Jltucnlar rower, to doir meanness. Le's not have any with others.of ,in time making suffrage weak Memory. Wakefulness, Evil Drrauis. The grand jury at Carlisle Indicated a sacred right based on property. It's of Conndence. and all effects of self. of de Eecon' class heah dis mawin' alme, or scxnal electa and Indiscretion, which unfits After which tho procession commenced coming as sure aa the present gang all tho slot machine men, but let the one for business, study or marrlaro. It Et. E. E KO coes at oucti to liio root of tho Uhca.se that Is why and everybody reached for his bottom succeed in prolonging their robber insurance people alone. It cures. It Is tho created rre Tonic In the world dime. -t- hat Is why It elves VIcornnd rule. And when it does come the poor Artion and restores the Fire of Youth. It Is n marvelous Uiood Pari man will no longer be a voter but a iat Is why tho I'lnk Clow romes hark to Ilow much confidence can the people serf, a vassal, a slave and ho alone t'tepnlerherks. Inotslupon tmlng UECEN'EUO. Record 2:29'., fourth heat in a race on a half Can bo carried In iwt pocket. By mall 1.00 per of the United States honestly havo in will be to blame. He who would bo mile track. Sired by the great Electioniiox, m six inr Uo clirerrully rerund eer (the onlv horse with 167 in 2:3a). the tminrv where six boxes do not effect a cure. the gold standard Republican party free must arouse from his lethargy be FOUND ONLY AT THE Lebal Test's 1st dam by "Don Victor," by urcuuirs ice. Auoresstiio American omce of only in 1892 that the bosses? It was "Williamson's Belmont;" 2d dam Minnie, by fore it is forever too late. Nicholas son of Hambletonian 10; 3d dam Laura Keene, Republican National platform con ville Domocrat. uuiiuloua uiL.uiuni.uui NEW YORK. by Hambletonian 10, all producing dams For sale in Richmond by Ferry & Thomas taincd these words: The American IIIi sire. Electioneer, stands ahead of any horse, living or dead , lioth as a sire of extreme uruggisis. "We hare three children. Before the people from tradition and interest favor sept21-lspeed and 2:30 performers, and his son. Chimes, Slory of a Slave. birth of the last one my wife used four bot is the champion trnttine Stallion, as a sire of bimetalism, and the Republican party fast and consistent race horses, liavinc to his To be bound band and foot for years FRIEND. If you had the credit seven with average records of 2:10'; , a demands the use of both gold and by tho chains of disease in theworst tles of MOTHER'S pictures of our children, you could see at distinction which Is not equaled even by the silver as a standnrd money." Now form of slavery. George D. Williams a great ueorge winces or any oi nn sons. DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. fiance that the last one The public is well acquainted with such noted this same party alludes to the advocate of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a is healthiest, prettiest and performers as The Monk, The Abbot, Fantasy, Tonimv Britton, Janie T., etc., from year to of bimetalism as "repndiator," "cheap slave was made-free- . or them all. Ho says: "My year the leadintr stars of the truf. money advocates," "anarchist" and The get of this great horse also hold the wife has been so helpless for five years My wife thinks Mother's rccorcu lor yearling, and luree- Friend is the greatest other such pet names. ycar-oi- a trotters. that she could not turn over in bed and grandest CJorn Legal Test is IS hands hi eh. fine wcleht, alone. After using two bottles of Elec remedy in the with a perfect disposition. He coes with a shoe in front and behind, and is trie Bitters, she is wonderfully im world for expecJ quite a handsome horse. Will stand at 15.00 Tl!.. .1 s "V JDinu-erto insure n living con. proved and able to do her own work." tant, mothers." This supreme remedy for female dis- Written bya KenB. H. NEALE. apr5-2eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep- tucky Attorney-- at -- Law. lessness, melancholy, headache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle The little Dutch working medicine is a godsend to weak, boy who stopped the sickly run down people. Every bottle leak in the dike with mchl-l- y his finger saved his guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by prevents nine-tentof th country from overFBIEMD suffering incident to child C Perry & Thomas, Druggists. whelming destruction. You have read birth. The coming mother': about him in your disposition and temper remain unrnffled LITERARY NOTES school readers, how throughout tae ordeal, because this relax he was walking alone: me aiice wnen ne Many of our readers who have prac- ing, penetrating liniment relieves the heard a faint sound mother usual distress. A of trickling water, SUMMER CRUISE GO TO THE- tical experience on the subjects called is pretty sure to hare a child, and knew at once thar a leak had snrune- in that nvif .tnintiv. for in the list here given (appearing in The patient Is kept In a strong, heallnj ment which saves Holland from the devas the May issue of the Cosmopolitan) condition, which the child also inherits tations oi me nungry sea. It was early in may care to submit articles, as tbo Mother's Friend takes a wife through the the night, and no one was near at hand. The leak was small when he found it, but prizes otTercd are considerable. They crisis quickly and almost painlessly. 12 "W. Short St, Lexington, Ky. he knew that the action of the water would aro all connected with home life. .Noth- assists hi her rapid recovery, and wards enlarge it long before morning, and wash J. "W. MASXIP.S, Treprieter. away the entire embankment, inundate the ing needs such thorough discission as off the dangers that so often follow de TJEW STEEL COMFORT. Regular meals 23 cents. Lodrlnc 23 cents cuuniry ana destroy nts own and thou. the organization of the various branches livery. Most convenient and centrally located hotel is sanas or homes. So he bravely put his 5otd by druexbts (or $ 1 a bottle. PASSENGER oLiavery-da- y life, and tho Cosmopoli-tanVifmln- g SPEED finger in the crevasse, and kept it there all the city, lane equipped bar in connection. BRAD-FIELREGULATOR CO, the longnight through, until help came and to secure the best thought THE STEAMERS aai SAFETY the opening was properly stopped. He had ATLANTA, OA. up$iLlubjecta involved, offer $2,300 in saved his country. Send for our free Illustrated book written BO YEARS' Equally insignificant is the entrance of various sam3 for articles of from four expressly lor expectant mothers. EXPERIENCE disease into the faninan svstem. The. he. The Greatest Pcrfjctlon yet (.ttalaed Ir ginmngs of the most terrible ailments are thousand to five thousand words each. Conatructln LhxwIws Equipment, Artljlic Furnljliinj-- , Hecof alien and EiMclent Service 60 small tbey can be easily stoppeclTat the $150 on "How to furnish Social Life for Rotary MoUot start. Your health Is a dike which keeps Children ;" $150 on "How to Educate out and stops the inroads of dangerous and To Detroit, Baa, devastating disease. Whenever it breaks Children at Home Between tho Ages of FRKIHT aown, no matter now slightly, there is an Three and Twelve;" $150 on "The Jo ether I.ice offers a psaoranja of PRXPA1D, miles ofcqatl variety aad interest. uiumg iui uiscasc io cBter. it tne openroun Tmp p;a Vfzzx EETnitfi ing is not watched, it will grow larger. Home Care of tho Sick."' Tho content I MAUt. RIMISS Kiomt Sttviei BTwtM For this style until the sweep of disease overwhelms on tho above three articles closes June Designs next HIKE LGSOiT AND CLEVELAND Toledo, Detroit end nacirtato yon, ana neana aad perhaps life is de. Copyrights Ac. am sewing. 20, 1809. $150 for tho beet article on stroyed forever.Anyone sending a sketch and deserlptton may machine wltn ' THC Ech Direction. S1 . quickly ascertain our opinion frco whether aa CrV WUKJUETti Portify your health with Dr. Pierce's "Dress;" $150 on "The. ServautProb all attach-scutft- - r Ij, JSC, i. Statereosi. $l.7jt. invention ispronaoiypaeniaDie. commnniefw MD war. Golden Medical Discovery, and yon can Uons strictly conndcntlsL Handbook on Patents CimnectionsnreniiuleatacTrlacil with ranted loyears. M defy LOW RATES t Yo can make vour health lem;" $150 on "A New Philosophy of sent free. Oldest agenry for securing patents, JUrllest Trains for'fill points East, South machins is not satI'atents taken throcgh Munn A Co. reeelvt ko strong a bulwark that disease cannot oart Fashion." The,,Ontcst on the above acd at Detroit for all isfactory In so days ;Ut. without oharga: In the. Cad a crevice through which it can creep. jcr nts 2;orth and 2;jrtliwest. money trill be re. three articles closes July 20, 1S90. S2C0 Taken in time, Dr. Pierce's remedies iundaT Trip us, Jnljr, ABg.,S?.sact. Onlr funded. Send cash greater serious troubles. on "What a Community Loses by the A handsomely ulnstrsted woeur. mscriptlve circular Hundreds write daily to Dr. Pierce, telling Competitive. System;" 200 on "The culatlon nt any srlcnuaa JonrnaU Tcr.ns. 4S a oil applica- him how these remedies huve saved them GlGvclnnil, JPd -iri year; lour raonias, 14. swapy&ii ncwsaeaien, and Ttitcdo. Uoa. anu xnaae inctn strong. Human Erj", jind HQw It jCan Be WK'Q CO.,, WHAYNS Cared;For:"!$S00 on,2HsttSSare'o!'lle For Bila by Bluo Gras3 Turuiture CtaflH? IWHiH tmrnmu LOUs(i.V. KY. AVI., 4 Teolli," "Tho qluteat bn tho Hbovp' mch32-C-- J7 Co , UIoLmond, Ky. Here's YiKr Chance. PLEAS TRY ls& issB. Our Prices TOOTSlll? llower-Eardon- s, -- fk jU isift b issslslssBllslrl h pass, i Bs mmWM Km Lf JjK3Q U tint r iqr cnw-sm- fffinfet, x ttf. tili ALL DRUGGISTS. i SEND KQ found prrftetl GKK1TKST WITH fcU. irem.i Mtui you D2ADE DROP CABIN IT IURDICK SLWINO MACHINE tjwItMC O. D. iuw koacjuiex&roiae it at your otuirvxt freight depot ana it Mtitfaclsix out and lena to TOUR 0RDE. enttm. bl QU a, H i and nlun viuiL exactl H D1RQ11X rrtigMan-- t SCOTPS and freight charges. 7 tie marhln Impound! and the fret;: lit will for each 500 miles. GIVE IT THREE MONTHS jour own hr,rar.in.r we will return your HUM aij dallJJJJJJJot satisfied. W mIi if- Ht.OO, I r Krwlaa; trtrmt Hake aad trade wlox 3laMn C12.O0 avael id. mil faL'r drurtbed U liar Frv CtlatAran t $15.30 fcrttn DIIOP DESK CABI2IET HUR33IC5: Is the greatest value ever offered by any house. Our Special XOU KTXU OffeniM5.S0 II ItfLBUar as represented. Tt r XL : i aiiKipiu Jlim$.(0, N up-to-da- fViULSiON it j li DR. BELL'S 6" Gibson A Syrup PEPSIN -- 135- II mm yaar frtlcht Tertlfiineatu, otfenag MiHn a.chia.t under rarlotu came, with asa letra ibi ar Tarioas lnddceinrnts. nrlu mo frltna la Calc rxUlllLS 1SD 'TIIO HEX MIT. Km 1 KTERT UuOD rOlST Or atKItT lllbll CKillK Xtl'lllir. 31DC KITH Till jiaicki: iv amkrka. Diners or sosE. jiahkiiv UL.M J1AILU1.VI. rilllU .Ml- t i UJJ".3 NKY QUARTER SAWED OAK g?9 V CAX Itl Y. SOUP niu?fraLion rtU!iin. one- he uedaf raows macniDe clow 1. ri..ifrrm pin io atnUr ta!. taa4 r d.'t, full Icnirth talle and cia wiiJilatrtt 1S3 natlriea frtmr, bead in ploop for embi, carved, paneled, drawtm dectratrl cabinet flnlJi. Qnest nickel drawer pells, - t tp . ball borliiTiji arable treiulle. reiiume Fmth n Finest Ut9 Kith inabrtd. nlitve tuur motion feed, wlf tbrerthnir shuttle, autotratln tmubln wUiacr. Bljuriabie bearliirs. rau t UberauH lmproTexi loose waeei. aiijnaiaute premer iont, ira,)ro( eirrtcr. i talent needte bar. patent drew snard. head Is handfomclj i nrul initj'iM aM kavllfallr IJXCSXIa THIIillVTED. CUARAHTEED Urfat rBly, awtdarabt? aad vcarcat b1wIm c ir mid. ttry kw attaeiiinrat ! farnUfttd a1 eer Free Instruction or any kind of fan jnst hownrAne en ran 1 and doefthr & tj'T V awa BEWARE OF IPITATIONS a5g tSSFK r DtiJiUSIj'ii the hot lilt ECOriOMIST n afAddress, Pl.&n. GEARS. nCEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, i::. apr5-6m orv.vr n T"TTATn nnnTJi with M IT COSTS YOU NOTHiNG 32.00 ireastla; I' 560. OO. nd then ir enHvlnccd(1 K TO Kltri wl'hla naalfea ir at aT T'lTR' ,E'ehitrk .t Co. are h nmipMy reliable Editor tt r L"'frs"vr; im trr , ki (in WiHiHoshal&Co r Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. hn w JAMES T. HAMILTON, Piiophietok. Sell Your Hides Monnments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. Thtjrman Grocery Co., - FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. r Sealed Bids. WHITIiC I 1 Thoso who aro contemplating buying Mnrblo, Granite, or any kiihl nf Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to call at tho old stand in tin' of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where thoy will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to poloct from, at jiriccs to suit all claws ut buyers. SJ9 IM i:. W. G. GOUOHEH, one.' of the best workmen in Contra! ICentucky, is in charge of our establishment nnd this means satisfactory wm k in every phase. Parties iivinc at a distance should write to us for design.-- , which will bo furnished on application. S. F. Rock, for: . iM YOUIt PATKON AGE SOLICITED.-- & S They're That's why the Best ! JK7VtES T. HKMILTON, qnn nnjmrmruxrmjxnruiTLnjijiruTr Proprietor. XUITJ HIGHEST GRADE ! - want to se them before you buy. We mean our BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN S20.S0 LADIES' COLUMBIAN up-to-da- te Je2-l- REGE MERO. 0 Insurance Gasoline $ Stove, Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. All we require is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. We arc the only factory In the United States soiling direet to rider. We guarantee our goods for two years most liboral guarantee ever given. We give more options than the regular dealers. Yoa can have yonr oholco of color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. Our bicycles havo all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, large I P 2 5 P G sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc WHITE FOR CATALOGUE OIVINQ FULL DESCRIPTION, 5 P 2 p m, r COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., apr26-3-m CLEVELAND. OHIO. msuinsinjijvuvirunnnniw Am m, Dokpon-denc- 1 It A iiifi0BiDi0itiiiooiffeiifetiiioosoiiae (( a... . o :... a." .. CASH SPOT-CASH- !" ...aao eoo 1 L 1899, i f IL a a ..BO ...aeO ..e;Q ...eo0 O aeo .a LEGAL TEST 16036. flrr-tl- CMS g; aa. a... 0a... a... a... a... a... a... a... a... a... ajta... a... e... a... Ota... a... a... a... a... a... a... .. . On and after January 1st, terms will be our ..ee ...aao ...aea cao ...ae ...ae ...aao ...aao ...aofj O aao v.aaO ...aao ...aaO ..aaO y. Cash Hardware Store of & Pliintnvs. Plows. Harrows. t .lii uuiLivaiors, unampion finest-lookin- four-oun- We have attempted to run our businoss by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but havo been, unable to collect thorn nil promptly. We are there foro compelled to soil for CASH that we may pay casli forou.-goods- , and will endeavor to make it to the interest of the trade to do business with us. Wo havo a nico line of Staple Fancy Groceries, Quccnstcrarc aad Glass-ware- , &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and got prices. SF"Goods exchanged for country produce....... (09 ad m and Mowers, and all kinds Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. piers of Fanning Implements. a.... .. H1GGENS , ELLIS, KY. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, ...CO ...aao aa) ...aao .OO aa ...aao ...aao ...aas ...aao ...aao ...aao aa ...aeO ,.. aao ...aao aao ...aao ...aaO ...aao hs aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaattaaaaaaaaaa oaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaacaaaaaeaaceoacaaaaaaaoaaaaa good-natur- ed -- good-natur- For a take the English Kitchen COAST LINE to MACKINAC y Tlio buffer Ko Knifa I Ho . When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CUKE is pnnrrfntgg(l to euro you. It 13 tho discovery of an eminent ulisiciain, Intarruption of Business !' ?I relief.'-cured mmi ? ir. aid Bt Ball Bearings Nmm, $m Piltslri, thousands, and will euro you. Mil. T. rf. YlKOOX, proruinnt merchant, polilieian ami chief if tho Chatbnoo J iro Dopa rlniuit, m s : firtt treatment brings imnicdiato Das-m- - 50 " Alter year cf suffci iivr, DON'S I I LE t '1 STMU.N i' t j mc The ule of box elTcctcd a permanent citcj, 1 v lutilariiy give you Ottsk statement, hojjinsr t it w'H of b iii"in! YQurV.ondcrful remedy it lha atkuli. ;i vl jttswi ibtt " piles." ce w-J- s i- uts V Prr $t.00, Prepaid to i jiy V, ?ss. -- 5CKum JiiiterKit. CHEMICAL COrdPANV Ci iklTA NOOG A, TEtm. pre-ve- ' and-mbr- e "cnt iJay I1"