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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): May 31, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899053101_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 31, 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. Where Fell Col. Chenault and Morgan's Men. RICHMOND, Madison county contributed bo many brave boys to the Confederacy and to the Union Army that the following article will be read with interest, especially by the friends of those wLo Rave up their lives at Green River. It is a fresh contribution to history from tho pen of the j; illant and gifted Green It. Keller, editor of the Carlislo Mnrcury: The editor of the Mercury had the pleasure, last Friday, of driving peacefully and quietly ncruhs tho old wooden bridge that spans tho classic Green river, about ciht miles Jrom Canip- bellhVillt:, in Taylor county, on the turnpike mail leading to Columbia, in Adair county. The crossing of an old woodou bridgo peacefully would not ordinarily he worthy of note, but to us it brought vivid recollections of the fact that the fourth day of July, 1SG3, wo, with others, were willing to risk our lives just for the pleasure of crossing this famed and ancient structure. On that day Gen. John II. Morgan and his famous raiders, who were just entering upon the most daring enterprise they had ever undertaken, finding about 800 as brave Yaukees as ever drew a bead on a Johnny Ited, met with the first revertc of the trip, and left dead upon the Held battle some of our most gal- MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1899. SEND US ONE DOLLAR nS.LKT1MK HOUD ln yitlcra freight C O.I. rubjert tOAl. ISOnation. RTOTK, by to mam. U1IDW6 It Kt your freight lepot and 1C 'ound ierfcct-- y satisfactory w lUOSt, NUMBER 52. 5 ftve"DoAi... TSe Eqnii&Ue Life hum 1)1 Society lr THE KENTUCKY GOOD CHEER FOR DEMOCRATS. ttVA I mjw 0Y1 XKINQ POWDER JWSVLUIELY PURE CO.. Baking Powder The result of the Mayorality election another bit of evidence showing that the independent, non partisan voters of the country are turnin Baltimore is DM.K.&K. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. Makes the food more delicious and whofesome NEW YORK. CHAUTAUQUA. NSW TOSS FASHIONS. Ken-luck- y THE UNITED STATUS. GRIGSBY & IflUNCEY, General Agent Eastern Kentucky. & tr ur3T ( " it t r OF THEM ALL!! LIJPPINCOTTl1 i'n. M'l ii. X lant Kentuekians. novel In everv num. im ton ircequai'tlty or useful ii.ilnlus reading matter. mtorlrm. trhtrh nrfl i i Sub-fi-ip- n rornnlo o It sh.'iild bo In every household. 'i $3.00 jor yenr. i', wanted in every town, to whom Mu lu.ivt liberal Inducements will bo offered. J. B. 1IPPKC0TT COKTANY, Publishers, A).-i- riitiitf cbjtctionuble to tiiv.f reader.. PHILADELPHIA. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. R. W. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Richmond, - - Kentucky. (ii, -ii. , r - National Hank. m door the Burnam Building, next feb3-l- y to AlTORXE Y at-L- a w, UCIIMONM), (i'!i, it.- KENTUCKY. nvcr Tttvlor'n Hardware store, op-- . d.urt House, on Main Street. HOGG, ;. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. ii mom), 31-3- (Hike No. 13 First St.. up (stairs. 0 jTc. & D. M. 0I11SNAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Rkiimond, miire on Second street, over Chen- - phtsioians. DIIS. GTBSO.V, & GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky, Ruhmond. i in e e C in the Joe tV ilin building, 18 and 10 Sec j- direct, over Wnue .old drustore. MAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, tiimluale Ontario Veterinary College. hotels and in the of Lexington Mr. Marshal Davis, of Nicholasvillo, Every indication points to a most came over Saturday to see Miss Vessie . successful season. Detailed illustrated Ilockaday. THE HATCHET IS BURIED. ! program and all information will be j: Miss Ellen Powers spent Saturday furnished by applying to Gluts. Scott, and Sunday iu Itichmond with Jerry A Frankfort special says: 11. C. JASPER, M. D "Colonel Business Manager, Lexington, Ky. Powers and family. Medicine and Surgery. Jack" Chin, of Mercer, and Senator Miss Josephine Schmidt, of Rich Main Street Hronston, of Fayette, who two months Hlice l'rathor Buildini:, A Fiighlful muuilrr 1 mond, spent a few days last weok with phone Kt rtwiilence (the Crr place) o ago were threatening each other with Will often cause a horrible Burn, llroadwaj . - - - - - 'Kmctuckv. ull hurts of trouble as the result of a Scald, Cut or Bruise. Buckleii's Arnica Miss Nettie Farris. I; IIMIINI), law suit, are said to have buried the Salve, the best in the world, will kill J. V. Logan, Jr., and family, of Rich KVANS, M 0., hatchet and agreed to be friends. This the pain and promptly heal it. Cures mond, were the guents last week of Mr. Q BUiiy is told by llnrrodshurg politicians Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, and Mrs. T. S Ihirnniu. here today, who say further that Iiron Folons, Corns, all Skin Eruptiotn-- . Mr. Clay will preach at this place, l'llYBICIAN AMI SuildKOK, stoti will have ditiinisse.d the indict Best Pile cuio on catth. Only 115 cts. a the first Sunday iu eat.li inotilh, Mr. Kek'tUCKV, Richmond. ment returned by I he grand jury of his box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per Zernow on the second and fourth. i:iimty charging Colonel Cliinn with ry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 Farmers are very much behind, I) It. T. J. TAYLOR, being a nuisance. Tho trouble between only a few are through planting corn, in Medicine and Suittry, them began at Lexington at the meet THE CENSUS YEAR. some few will have to plant over us Kentucky Ki, HM.iNo, im: of the Democratic State Central they got only half n btand. Committee, when Chiun abused Mr. Next car is going to be a great cen and residence on Second Street. lirunston in the lobby of the Phoenix ELECTIONS THIS YEAR. bus year, indeed- - Not only will the reHotel and the later went gunning for gular decennial enumeration be made CENTAL SURGERY. him." in our country, but with a few excepElections will bo hold in Novcmbf r tions all the counties of the world will of this year in the following States: join in a world census, ol wlncli our Iowa For Governor and other State in officers. be own will undertaken dentist, op Louisville, Ky. accordance with the plans made at the Kentucky For Governor and other next door to Government Building, recent meeting of the International State officers. iz-- i 10 1. RirhmSnd, Ky. Office hours lo novl7-lStatistical Association at Berne, SwitMaryland For Governor and both zerland. There has never been, of houses of the Legislature. Four nice rooms for rent. course, anything like a real count of Massachusetts For Governor, State the people on tho "globe, nor oven a sat officers and both houses of the Legis Hob- Call at Dental Office of Dr. isfactory estimate. China, Persia, Siam, lature. Afghanistan and Turkey have never son, next door to postoffice. Mississippi For Governor, " State had official counts, and obviously lare olhcers, a Legislature and ull county areas of A f rica are beyouud the reach officers. QR. FRED SMITH. But now Li Hung o the enumerator. Nebraska For Justico of tho Su DENTIST. Chang bus promised that China will preme Court and two members ot the 8 "Every morninj I have a count Its population in 1900, and efforts Board of Itegents, arnfiirA. nvpr renins' rjrorerv. same office Uuly occupied by Dr. W. W. llurgin. janll-lbad taste in my mouth; my will be made to get the other uncounted New Jersey Eight State Senators tongue is coated; my head nations to have a census taken. The sixty members of the assembly, and aches and 1 oft?n feekdizzy. result should be fuller information than county officers. I have no appetite for breakfast Dr. and what food I eat distresses ever beforo possessed, though real ac NewYoik Two Justices of the Su me. I have a heavy feeling in curacy is altogether out of the question preme Court in tlio first Judicial Dis my stomach. I am EeH'nS so Many governments lack, the organiza trict, one Justice in Fifth No sna West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio, weak that sometimes 1 tremble District, will beat the Hotel Zlmmer, Richmond, Ky., on .nil mv nrvM re all tinstmnp. tion and tho high degree of efficiency three Justices in Eighth District and I am eettine pale and thin. 1 1 work. The 150 and skill required for such members of the assembly. WEDNESDAY, JDNS 14, 1899, am as tired in the morning as latest scientific estimate of the world's Ohio Governor and State officers, at night." returning every second Wednesday o. each population, by the way, places .it at What does your doctor say? Po:iiiHylania State Treasurer, two month. Reference every physician of Richtebl6-l- r. mond. Kv. seventeen hundred million. "You are suffering from imJudges of tho Supreme Court and one pure blood." Judxc of the Sunrerior Court. What Is his remedy? A Narrow Kscapp. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Virginia Secretary of the Common Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada wealth, E. LIS. CATE. Fittidrtt, Uiiajtom, E. Treasurer aud minor State ofE. Hart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken ficers. ERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM with a bad cold which settled on my MERCIAL COLLEGES. luugs, cough set in and finally termiTHE MAN WHO ALWAYS FIVES FAULT. Tuition fcr Literary and Bible Course M a Ft)ni'."Doctor8 nated in Consumption. JlO.ono year. More than twenty teachers. iivmniilitm Thnnttnili nf mire egftfnl alnranl. gave mo up saying I could live but a Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention. Open to both sexes. For short time. I gave myself up to my The man who is always finding fault jj-- i catalogues aaarcss me l'resiaeni.. Savior, determined if I could not stay wlth.what everybody else does.witiioul with nvy friends on eaith, I would meet particularly trying to do anything him my absent ones ilbove. Sly' husband self, is neither "u thing of beauty nor a ! was advised to get Dr. King's New Di3 joy forever." No, lie is a positive nui covery for Consumption Coughs, Colds sance, and he slipuld do one or two I gave it atrial, took la ii!f, eight bottles. things, either die or pick up his traps and It has cured ine, and thank Qod 1 am good.leave his country, for iis country's SHORT LINE TO Don't continually wear a Ions How a well and healthy wo saved and man." Trial b"6f ties free at Perry and face and preach failure of every enter -You must not have constiThomas Drug Store. KcgUlar size 50c prise undertaken by the people of your pated bowels if you expect the andSl-Oguaranteed or price refunded town and community. If you can't put SarsaDarilla to do its best work. your shoulder to the wheel and help 1 Best Line to But Aycr's Pills cure constipa on tho car of progress, at least don't re tion. ARKANSAS, TEXAS, Lexington Is just now afflicted will tard i'.H onward movements by evil We have a book on Paleness prophecies' and expressions of unfonud "divh'u-hca.le- r." MEXICO With small pox nd Weakness which you may i . ut liuvw lor i. n&iuiig. brief visit from Sam Jones, and the ed fears. Don't mar the happiness of AND CALIFORNIA. itpr;' guilotlniug of b'raveaud tearless officers your family and friends and rob t hem WrMm la w I? l'ulliuan Tourist Sleeping Car leave Louls- le every Thursday night and runs through l"hip$ you .would like to coninlt because it is "not known how they ol their a'inshitio by morosoness aud t San l'rancisco. eminent pliyiH&ns about ypnr conol. tlen. Write u freely all tbe particular stood in a recent primary," tosaynoth diwonteiit, but come out of thecauyoiis Ask vour tirVet agent for particulars or write In jour two. Yuu will receive a prompt toll II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, ing of the jail delivery and h jail run of despair unto Die hilltops ol joy and m'1J' Louisville, Ky. MB,DIt J.aAYCTt, O Loalsville to Free Reclining Chair Cars . by a "lruty"T,?). tho cJty'acup q woo gladness, find seek for what is good in Lowell. Mass. Memphis and New Orleans. humanity and give tile evil the charity must bo full to everflowing.-5- lt A. II. HANSON, WM. A. KELL0ND, of lour isilcnce. Ex. Sterling Democrat. A.3.P.ALonUvU. 0. 1. A., Chicago. V nnary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. i!rk-up Btairs. over store recently aeou- in Richmond Harnefs, Oo., Bast Main y St aprt-lnii.nd.Ky. c Tho Federal forces guarding the bridge numbered about 800 men, under the command of Col. Mooro, of Michigan. They had a formidable stockade d log? set on end, made with and round about wns a ditch filled with water, and beyond this the felled trees were placed with their sharpened branches pointing toward the enemy. Outside of these works on a narrow ridge formed by the river making a great bend, rille pits were dug and earthworks were thrown across the road. Our first attack was upon tho outer work, but this was not so 60riotis a matter, as our artillery soon mado dust, piles of them, but when wo attacked the stockade, which could not be reached by our battery, tho real work began. Our recollection is that Col. 1) Howard Smith and Col. Chenault made two or three, determined and vicious charges through the woods tud over the fallen timb-r- s, hut were unable to gain entrance to the stock ade. AVo have vivid recollection of the seriousness of tho occasion, and the ISourbon county company Company C, Fifth Kentucky had occasion to mourn the loss of several ot its mem bers among them the gallant Thomas J. Currant. Col. Chenault was killed while leading his regiment in the charge, and Major Thomas I. Hrentof the Fifth Kentucky, fell while leading us right up the stockade As wo rodo over the ground last Faiday our mind naturally turned to years ago, but tho scents ot thirty-si- x our eyes met nothing that, we could recall. The ax of the woodman has done its work in the forests, and peaceful homes and cultivated fields have re moved all marks that might have been made by war's demands. A comlort- able residence occupies the site of the stockade, time has filled the trenches and leveled tho rifle pits, while on the eminence on the southwest side of the road, where the last resistance was made, a granite shands like a louo sentinel to mark the spot whoro "Morgan's men fell on the fourth day of fair-size- Twelfth annual session of the Many hats of rough, tinted straw, Chautauqua will be hold in its very much tiptilted. are seen. beautiful homo at Woodland Park, A conventional bathing suit is of Lexington, Ky., June 27lh to July 7th, e mohair, trimmed with black inclusive. braid and white muhair. Prominent lectures will include Rev. A very conventieut featuro of the Thomas Dixon. Jr., Col. H. W. J. popular suits is that the Ham, Hon. Z. T. Sweeney, Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis, successor of Beecherand white yoke is detachable, and may be Abbott in Plymouth Church; Geo. E. laundered teparately. Sashes aro not so extensively worn Vincent, principal of Chautauqua; S. this season, even with the polonaise. Parks Cadman, Xew York City's most All skirts have a very flat appeareloquont preacher; Frank ICKobersoii, ance in back. just back from Manila with stereopti-coAn exquisite gown shown by Lord & views of great iuterest;IIon. Champ Taylor Is of deep pink linen with no Clark, of Missouri; Congressman J. P. lining in the lop of skirt. The bottom Dollivcr, of Iowa; Dr. Louis Albert flounce is lined with taffetas silk. The Banks anil others. jaunty, jacket is worn over a iucludo Mrs. Isabel If 'The readers shirt waist of whito taffetas. Garghill IJeecher, queen of the platAll outing suits are made in simple form; Miss Marguerite Smith, unsurfashion, though they appear in a passed in child dialect; Mr. and Mrs. Frances Labadie in Shakspearian re- variety of hues. A charming outing suit 'is of pale citals an! dialogues Alton Packard,' bud" madras with flounced skirl surcartoonist and caricaturist, with in mounted by long overskirt, pointed stnntaiicous pictures in crayon and oil; back nd front. navy-blun silk-line- ing lo tho Democratic party for relief from Pepublicau incoinpeiitcney, jobbery, extravagance and imperialistic tyranny. Iu November, 1S9G. McKin-le- y had a lead of 21,000 over Bryan in the city, hut in May, 1S0J tho Democracy wins by 9,000. Baltimore city has a population of over half a million and casts a vote of 100,000 or more so that the change in political opinion during the last two years and a half has been enormoux, and may well be called a revolution. The Republicans try to conceal the magnitude of their defeat by ascribing it to local issues, .uid to poor candidates on their side and good ones on the other, but this is simply confessing that the Democracy, chastened by defeat, has reiiibtdted itself in the affec tions, and that all that the Democratic party has to do to win hereafter Is ton live up to its traditions by preserving harmony iu its own ranks and putting forward as its standard bearers men who are worthy of the honor. "HOUSEKEEPING MONEY." 250,000 CURED. trtr aw or heard of. pay the ICK ST or 5 u4 lhBAR. ratt ) una yon WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing ran bo moro demoralizing to young nr jniildle-anc- d men than the presence of thejo "nightly otect." They produce vteakncM, nervournem, a feeling of dUgurtauda'Yrholo train rriuptnoir. They unfit a man for buinc?-- , married life aud focial haprinc-s- . instter whether caused by evil habits in youth, natural wuakner or sexual aeveset. our New Method Trcatnent will positively euro yvu. rt:nL no nn z&m ACME BIRD. M0 CURE-- M0 Ii I r !.. vcii ci excerfo .. ....... jvu ii trot, i. r iu.i i uuuru ur may have wenkenod you. I PAY VIUTK tb M 00 norn inr, ert wiihl?or CATALOCUE. Ot nr ndfrefjrht chrpe This itore Is elz? No. 8. oren If 4'jXlXxlI. topll2i3i nun Is f rota lel plir iron, eitr Arse fines, hcary cOTerv hemy linings and prates, oren door, handnome anre oven shelf. acaTy iickei plated ornamentations and liimminKs, extra Kant rrttnolr, hand deep. irve lar-- frcnntiieMasdUh ixwrHain eoalkurat-mad'rnnmpniedbase. and p nia! MUCK an per . eiir. Kwood crate, makini.' It a with M X lU.NDIMi -t ilUNTrK Oct wood boraer. IU 'rery store and pnarantee safe deli rer toyoorrail-oastation. Yoar local dealer would char? you li'.09 for such a stove. tJie freight li onlv airout tl.00 for each Jiou miles. $l).Ot). A'Mress. SEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.(TOK:iCAC0, ILL (Scixs Catbatk k Cc s re Uoro(blj reliable. Editor. lr free ltt Ttlat apr5-6- are not rafo till cure J. Our Keif Alethod nil I cute too You rcn lo rik. Youns jran You urn unto, and hssirnnl; nervous, irritable and excitable. Vo i becoino forgetful, nioroJC, and deiiondcnt; blotches and pimple;. puiikcii cyn, vrrmuiea lace, Mooping form and downcast counUnancu reveal tho blight (. your existence. 50,00 CURED LAND SALE! MAmsoK I Matting " ' WE CURE VARICOCELE 'No matter how rcriona Tour cnta Tn.iv l or U'iit lore ym may havo had it, our NLW MKTlIol) 'JUEATMKNT will enro It. lno wormy veins return to their normal condition and henco the roxual organs reccivo proier nourih-incut- Tho orsnns become vitalized, all unnatural drains or Iosjcs cento and manly towers return. No temporary lmcht. hut a permanent cure assured. N d f ot Sale. Against James It. Green, ic., - - - Dfta.) pursuance ota judgment otthe Madison In Circuit Court, rendered in tho above styled action, at its April Term, lK'J, tbe'uudersiRned, as Administrator with the will annexed ol Wm. K. Green, deceased, will, on C. D. fhenault. Adm'r. with the will! of Wm. R. Orecn, dee'd., - I'llf. Circuit Couiit. Notice 1 Display! 4 ' Signor Bosco in feals of magic; nen wonderful moving pictures, illustrated songs. The music will bo unsurpassed in the history of Chautauqua. SaxUiuV famous baud; Mies Louise Roman, piano solist; Indiana State University Uiee Club, seventeen rollicking college boys; the Ariel Lady Sextette; Park Sisters, instrumentalists, populnr cjutinonts; Miss Sibyl Sammis, America's greatest soprano; Miss Gertrude Smith.-sopraMr. Harry Fellows, lonor; Miss Harding, contralto. The school woik will be more dignified than over. Biblical Exposition and Ministers' Institute by the Kev. Louis Albert Hanks and Kev. M. M Parkhurot. V. C. T. U. School of Methods, Miss Clara C. Hoffman. The School of Oratory, of Columbus, O., will have its rummer session at Kentucky Chautauqua. Physical training and elocution by Prof. F. A. Fox, and music in all its departments by Prof. S. G. Smith. Sunday school work in three grades will bo conducted under the auspices of tho Chautauqua and State Sunday School Association. There will be tho usual college contest for prizes on July Cth. A great 4th of July celebration, with politicians of national reputation and 60tnc hero of the recent war. A mammoth children's night with marches, tableaux and special music. Meetings in the inter est of Woman's Club and Woman's Missionary Society. No hotter Chautauqua program will offered anywhere in America. Here is a chance within the reach of all to secure a pleasant vacation and at the same lime to gather inspiration and pleasant memories for all the days to come. $y will purchase a season ticket on-twno; The waist has six plaits wide, and six others one inch widi, crossing back and front; ami regular shirt sleeves. With this is worrf a tie of the same material, with standing collar; and a black patent leather belt. The trials of the Summer girl aro many, betweon importunate beaux, to to say nothing of tho tendency to burn red, blister, tan or freckle. It is a good thing that there is a Doctor Woodbury at 20 West Twcniy-tliir- d street, to run or write to wliem in such trouble. Those who live at a distance can se cure a big book full of valuable infor mation to beauty-seeker- s; also free advices in each case, by writing to him, enclosing a two-cestamp. Very 6inait is a gown of silk canvas, embroidered all over, for garden-partwear. The Eton continues prime favorite in the realm of jacket suits. Lace trims gowns of foulard, barege half-an-inc- h nt y and nun's veiling. Petticoats grow constantly more ela borate. A swell dresser lias a silk skirt to match the lining of every dress. The linons are beautiful. They have the lustre of satin, and are extremely lurable. Evelyn Caulk. The much discussed question of the VO CCIIK. NO PAY. NO Ol'HKA-TIOwife's nllowauce, or the "housekeeping NR. tSSMlY. NO HKTEN-TIOFKOJI BUSINESS. money," might readily find a solution in the old saying, ''Place confidence in CURES GUARANTEED' a woman's nbiliy to act and she will We treat and euro SYPHILIS, (ILEET, KMISrtlONrJ. I.UI'UTKNCY. repay it; doubt her executive powers ritiCTlUU:, VAIUCOCELE, SEMINAL LOSSES, IJLAIiUER AND KIDrefuse her responsibility and you may NEY diseases. CONSULTATION rue it." If every man would pay his .KEE. BOOKS FUKE. CIIAltGES MODERATE. If unable to call, write wife a weekly sum for the housekeepf..r a QUeSTION ULANK for ilOJIB TllEA'l JIENT. ing expenses, clothing, etc, he would X3X2S. find that ill nine cases out of ten her management of the fund would increase not only his comfort, but that of the 122 W. FOURTH ST.. whole house. If she is equal to the CINCINNATI, O. task of being a wife and mother, she is aIbo equal to the task of supplying and paying for the daily necessities of the CUXED trith TURctAble home. If she is head manager of tho Kint-cljrJfre cured many tho: stnd c&e housekeeping department she will take In tea fnlltHl hnnWf-Mpride and pi in making one cent tajs at liwt of nil sirmptnm remor- a. iwiiraoniniwiQ iz.n uau irtMtnn; rrw. go a great wav,mucli further than a man OR. fl. H. GRZTaT'S SOUS. Box K. Atlanta. Ga. could make a hundred and fifty go, when expended for household uses. She DR. CALDWELL'S will mako calculations about the expenditure of the weekly sum, and lay CURES CONSTIPATION. y a certain amount toward buying certain supplies in quantities. Sho William Bickers, of Chattanooga, will soon learn that there is no econ- killed himself because he could not omy iu buying soap bv the bar, and manage his household staich, sugar and Hour bv the pound. andWhlskey 'ablti She will systcmize her affairs and take cured at home without pain Bool of par t pride in her accounts; and tlculani sent FREE OR B.M WOOLLtT the very fact that the expenditure of D Hi bttsiVSsVT CO. Uiioe. IM Korlh I'rjor St. EE3 aiiiu. money belongs to her will sweeten her life, give zest to her occupations and make her more contented in her home Qf&E life. Farmers Home Journal. will atad tat a4. teas Ua with 1.UU, Thursday, ' ' , , ,r, , l 1. ... .hmIdm u T ...u Ak IV U UUV., 1U. 111., Ull 111,. ........... M. en tltn JJlvlutoin, ,1 T k k UQQ IQwWj Having just retrieved from Ma-f- l nila a half a car-loa- d of Mattings, we invite the public to call and examiue the finest display ever exhibited in Richmond. 15pJ fi Kennedys Kergan about one mile southwest of Richmond, offer for sale, at public auction, to the higest bidder, two tracts of land owned and occupied by W. R. Green during his lifetime and allotted to and occupied by his widow as dower until her death. One tract lies and fronts on the east side ot the Lancaster Turnpike and adjoins the lands of Mrs. Ellen Gibson on the north and T. C. Bronston on the east and south, and con-- 1 tains about nt.l XllCUIUUIlU UHU UllltMICI lB luiuuuc lb.iu, 108 Acres, t nd lies almost in a square. Upon this tract is situated the residence and improvements The other tract of land lies and fronts on the west side of the Lancaster Turnpike and contains (3.1) acres, and adjoins the about thirty-fiv- e lands of Mrs. Wm. Irvine on tbe north and the lands of Adam Green on the southwest. Each of the two tracts will be offered in two parcels and then as a whole, and the best bid offered in this way lor each tract will be accepted and reported. TERMS. This land will be sold upon a credit ot six and twelve (6 and 12) months, in equal payments, with interest from day of sale. Purchasers will be required to execute bonds lvith approved security, pavablo to the undersigned, as Administrator of the will annexed of Wm. R. Green, deceased, and bearing Interest from day of sale, with lien retained , having the force and effect of a judgment. Possession will be given on October 1, 1899, and the purchaser will have the right to seed before possession is given. DROPSY! jwo-thlrrl- t. YRUP PEPSI M MEANS ANYTHING NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO CALL MONEY-SAVING IF . jS 0h well-kep- C. D. Chenault, w t. Adm'r, with the will annexed of Wm. R. maylO-lGreen, deceased. semd us SILVER CREEK. Mr. Ilobt. Duerson is building a cot tage on his farm for his son, K. M. II. D. Scrivnor aud family visited relatives iu llichmond, last Saturday. Mr. E O. Farris, who has been quite sick for the past month, is improving Mr. Lewis, of Louisvillo, come up Saturday to see Miss Jennie Ilam- niOL'ds. POPULAR SONGS AND DANCE MUSIC OF 99, thirty magnificent entertainments. Miss Dcssie BallarJ entertained quite Tents can bo rented on the grounds, a number of her young friends Satur board secured at reduced rates at the day niKht. homes- - July, 1803." V Jos. W. Stern & Co., the music pub lishers, have removed to new offices at 31 East 21st Street, New York City. Tho reputation of this firm as "The House of Hits" is as wide as the con. tinent, and their offerings for the pres ent season embraced, the most attrac tive they have ever put forth. All New York is singing their latest ballads, including Taggart and Witt's great song drama, "Ilio Alotli anu t lie Flame," and new romautic song of the eea, "wait X ill My Ship Comes In;" Braisted and Carter's beautiful ballad. The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennes see," and the famous "She Was Bred in Old Kentucky;" Witt and Itoden's My Little Georgia Hose;" and Dave Marion's "it's Not What You Were, In coon It's What You Are songs, w Inch must be good nowadays to ivo at all, Messrs. Stern & Co, lead with Dave Lewis' captivating "My Alabama Lady Love, ' Ed. Rogers' fetching "My Oriental Coon," Dave Reed, Jr.'s"My Hannah Lady," and Williams and Walker's n niic "Why Don't You Get a Lady ofYoiir Own?" Max S. Witt's The First Violin," vely waltzes, head the instrumental libl, that shows dso II. R. Stern's lively cakewalk,,,The To-day- ." nllf yoaflndtt exaatlr a rep rear ate4, qaal to organs that rtail at )?&.Vtf t aiOO.OO, therroatcxt Talae joneveraawand ar better than organs aUfarti'ed by others at mere money, pay he freight aRfnt mmr sptal 90 dnya elTcr price, $3l73f thefl 00, or U.75. and liditht charge. ,31.75 ISOuB SPECIAL SO DAYS' PRICE r " r effrr a never made before. rrle ciarj- tfeyatatx. afK 'HE ACME QUEEN UonormeBtDlUiELKi.3m'kTZST txtili iaiimnaaii ir aiaCa. From tho ttluntratlun shown, rrhk-li aved direct from a photociph,joa can fonusome IdauflU Jim taU ALT tat aalaa imilTCD ACXK QtfcM MkLOX OkbAS, V7rrlrklC O. l'.,aabjMtt tamlaitlaa. Tou can examine It at yonr nearest freltrkt uepot, DOLLAR r: yM lff tfelwl I . " fe Therefore you should iret our prices on Mattings, Carpets, raj Furniture, &c before go- ing elsewhere. &j fej jc m lSS, Tt?& sHasHSss Sm&m: r.itj K4s 1 Sri .III ISrtgnrrt ! .r . srniuiaiU!t.ii:c. Ms si fJ ' llUirkelli.SiaMiEUp.r.ml 1 fc.t .f ! is i .; lonroiuUlortlitrcltbrntrdK.llli JshKhrec.ilr - Vi'Jr-j-nJll.Mlie.) la the hlhe.t ermile InctrumenUi iittril with 3jti 3WWr.v)Vy 4r,ilmulT.in., bf.t Dl.eMK "l?jl'.V"; !FaUura.ctctx!llosof theln'.rabberrintti.s-i.l- r nellTir. toclt and flnet lcll.fr In t.Ivm. Int. f'rWvjSiW .Vft:, 7 At'All: t r.EX I. rarnUhrd with f all K..:Wtl 9ssSuiS ' T v--plie French mirror, r.lcXel pluicd .KI fi htm, E2!s.!;l',',', V t....l-r7ri.0'lj M h& Lot ftfWV Oi i rwApS,fe.-'- J Jrj-3!- - Sti fii tl SsXvSit.tre;li ,.'f1.'55:5, & SiVi Jt!2 iR'j "f t Z'--Ji t' vV&r'liX. I 'iftcfc,'--!- , kf-1- rS ti, f'?S it 1I LLt ' ZS. V I I UDlmLlii IllulllUUnli. x A r2i4 LvSi " 23. WlRHTPHflWF DAY PHONE WiUU OLIUl, TEED 25. YEA.nl a written binUin? r guaiantee, by tlio terui and conditions of which if any part gi ea out we -- epair n tree oreaarsc Try it one nmnin nua mr will refund your money If you arc not perfectly REPAIRING s w ill to V)M at all. 4at.4f.ed. boo of theae 7. UIIULiC A t IMWT DELAY. 0UH RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED tj" notdealt with as ak your neh:hlor about ua.writs DUblUher of this tmucror JletroDolltan National the Hank, or Corn Exchaaire Nat. Bank. Chtcatroi nr firman F.trhjtnr? flank. New Tnrlr: or an railroad or exDreM company In Chicago. Wt have arapirat r strr SIOU.Oin.oo, occupy entire one or the larKet busineaa blookiiln Chicago, and employ nearly 8.000 people In oar own build In sr. nn MCLL OUUiSS AT KS.oii aa4 opi PI ASUS. 11 aaa ay; also eTeryininfr in musical inatrumenta at lowest wholesale prices, w nte ror tree rperiai orKan, pianq and mn1cal Instrument rataloeue. Address. &ars, Satback A Ca. are tberaairhlj rallabla. aaiUr.) SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.). Fulton, Desplaines and VYaiman SU.. CHICAGO. ILL- GU R AN S'.f." " .f" W . ls2w fSSi KjcC" SSa NJBC lgfellI? &ftS"r!mffllfflll AND TIMKINO FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. All Work Guaranteed. J Jin .rl a 2nd JLur ANE, Street, Richmond, Ky. r rennessee Jubilee;" "A Skedaddle," by George Rose', the reat march composer; "My Lady Rag-Tin.- o Florida Havana Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonvilh daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. The Train Service is perWh,v fect in detail. Fast sched. ules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours LoW waltzes, also by Mr. llosoy; aud "Boardin House Johnson," a, new cakewalk by Sadie Knoinsky, composer of "Eli Green's Cakewalk." Messrs Stern & k o. have just issued a new-catalogue which they will mail ou ap plication. Is right at hand so is the ri I v - "- ce I Mm y exchange says that an editor once applied at the door of Hades for admis sion. "Well," replied his sabel niajea ty. we let one of your profession in here many years ago, and ho kept up a continual row with his former delinquent subscribers; and, as we have more of that class of persons than any other, we have passed a law prohibit ing the admission of editors. An Cincinnati to S. J.33agtm """""""-- . ,c Havana. IW.C.RINEHR3SN iANTtACO )C.I.X.. Vulcan Chilled Plow, " n li If 1 1 And Bell Center-C- ut .'attirri ia.iliB'ni!lMaTsaK.'ji'jni mm sK sDisc Harrows. Our store is heavily stocked with every .article found in-- lirst-clas- s Hardware Store, such iV:iil. Wirn. vStvfis. T inrarp. finfc p.i-v- y Louis ii. Landman Congressman Botkin's Statement Wasuikotos, D.C., April 1, 189S, Dr. S. Ii. Hartman, Columbus, O. Mr UKAit uocTon: it gives mo pleasure to certify to the excellent curative qualities of your medicines: M lees l Cool, W W y v 44. m If Sfrlr ftilM Mi U Mi 7n . eto. tiu- - afp "We have just received a number of Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, mm) roofing and repairing. m ner, is constantly in demand for guttering1, We will not be Mr. Wm. Buckley, our experienced Undersold k' Tib est . iJJ- ou SarWv Fish-ino- If Ira 'llfl! All kinds of r 'Jf' 1 ILLINOIS CINir.AL Tackle: Hoks to UULUU c V CI y Ull 11 from a Sun Perch to a Channel Mud Cat. Did we ever say any-thin- g to you about A Taylor Bros. DR A BOON TO MANKIND! HWMBsWMaHMtMnMaHsHnHS the TABLER'8 BUCKET cd , . New Orleans f Congrcuman Pe-ru-- Hon. J. D. Botkik, torn Kansas. tit ' afflicted, more or less, for k quarter o a century with catarrh of the .stomach and constipation; a residence In Wash ington has Increased these troubles. A. icvr bottles of yonr medicines havo given me almost complete relief, and I ra sure that a continuation of their ho will effect permanent cure. is surely a wonderful rem-A- y for catarrhal affections. a and Man-a-Ii- I havo been y warn mat,i . Matn' Str ket. Richmond. Kw 1 Well, wc avoIL see ym later. Call and see us. if -- rv e m iyt n ffn ii Sri : SatEaXUiHs in tr W'MKSlVS.fl!-- . WJ I r CUH! - A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL nnc EXTERNAL PG.ES WITHOUT PADSi. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS, HAVE FAILED. Tuaca, by Mail, 75 cents; Born.cs, so cents'.. F. WLUH8, Sck J. D. BOXKJLN. M4MI" 1 SM m SB WW f Ml twfm, & - IK l 1' For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. ibttllt!iSSTiL,. v . TV 1 . J iHC xiviimuiiu Uli IldA. J. a CHENAULT, j ...Proprietors tad Editors. A. D. MILLER. rt-- AUDlTOIt SA3I Stone is out ior the Republican nomination for Governor, ThUmcan8 U)at ho w,u havotoklck over a bucket of Taylor slop to win. C B. WOOD IS, Associate Editor. WEDNESDAY. MAY 31, 1899. Paris......Mr. Thomas H. Shanks and the guests for his houso party left this Hiorninir lor the Home ot tne host in Stanford, Ky. They will romain un til Monday ami all sorts o: pleasant Miss Lauka P. Wiiite,oi Ashlnnd, things havo been planued for their disister of Hon. Jno. D. White, has nn version. In the partv were: Mr. original plan by which silver metal Shanks, Misses Mary Swcenr, Margaret may bo put on an equality with gold. woolley, Mary rattereon, Jean btititli, alius White a plan may be lounu in tne fclla Veruon. iUrssrs. John it. JNiceic, Dispatch ol Monday, fourth page. Whatever may De 6aiu lor or against her truly ingenious solution of the vexed problem, of her it can be truthfully said tiiat there are few if nny brighter women in the sunny south. At the north she ecllpeeil the record oi years at the university ot Aiicingan, and her achievements there are spoken of as the high mark at which to aim. iier knowledge oi nuairs is so urofound. her aims so lofty, and her soul so great, that wa commend to all her masterful argument in favor of bimetallism, with her accompanying plan. to-tl- Hlch, Bill Merited Honor. PUULIHURD JCVEKY WKDKKSDAY BT Paris. Winchester, Lancaster, Midway, Harrod8burg, Somerset, Uicholasville and Hichmond. Richmond had entries in IS of the 23 intellectual conPRICK PKIt YKAIt, $1.50. Having1 removed from Street to large house on Main Street, next tests, winning 0111 The other 14 wore Sarsaparilla, a valuable as- divided among tho other seven cities I to .T. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to show- - the newest 11 athletic Iconte6ts Richmond Of DEMOCRATIC TICKET' , and finest line of sistant in getting and main wonthe firsts and 3 second prizes, winch, 2 though more than a lair proportion The Big Bicycle Meeting. taining perfect health. shows that Caldwell High School does 3d. DIST. FOB KAlLROAU COMMISSIONER, The State Convention or "Meet" of never disappoints. not cultivate the heels as much as tlie tho Bicvclo League of Kentucky, will year Hich COL A- - V. HAMILTON, years ago our son, heads of its pupils. Last Sprofula-"Thr- ee be held at Itichmond this year Juno 0. for lirst and Winchester OF MT. STERLINU. case of scrofula mond with 7 prizes each.tied From overv section of the State now eleven, had a serious This year it place, and from "adjoining states will come and erysipelas with dreadful sores, discharg-In- s is Richmond first, the others"also ran." riders of tho silent steeds of steel to and Itching constantly. He could not Prof. Clark carried along about 40 ANNOUNCEMENT spend two daysanu a lot of money in walk. Several physicians did not help for pupils, and says that a very competent our midst. What we would like to see sixteen months. Three months' treatment judge of such matters, the duel oto Mrs. J. W. Smith continues to im FOB AUDITOR.. of our town and with Hood's Sarsaparilla made him per- lice ol somerset, pronounceu tne men is a W hi authorized to announce JOHN D, prove. well. "Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left we brought from out country friends to tho importance of fectly david We are glad to tell others of It." moiid delegation the best behaved of CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate XiAIkd, uttawa, Kansas. Mus. Dr. Eugene Hume is at home from for the office of State Auditor, subject to the the occasion. Talk it up and come. own as long as they last. Our their proud record for de Store that we will sell at-yoaction of the Democratic state convention. Nausea "Vomiting spells, dizziness all. With New "i'ork. There will be a large number of fast and prostration troubled me for years. portment and scholarship, the trusted, new goods are of the races on the half-miltrack and fine Had neuralgia, grew weak and could not teachers, parents, and friends of our Mr. J. M. Alverson, of Stanford, was FOR KBrnKSEXTATIVB. prizes will bo awarded. Riders lrom sleep. Jly age was against me, but Hood's schoolchildien havo ample cause for re Wm nrp authorized to announce M. II. WILL here faunday IAMS a candidate for the Legislature, subject to far and near will contest. The pro Sarsaparilla cared me thoroughly. My joicing. While congratulating t'ror, Mrs. Waller Bennett entertained the action of the Democratic party. grams will soon bo issued and wo do weight Increased from 125 to 143 pounds. I Clark on his school's brilliant achieve Never felt Wo ita authorized to announce W. W yesterday afternoon. hope the citizens generally will feel ob am the mother of nine children.married as strong I ment we should not forget the "women so I was COMBS a candidate to succeed himself In the ligated to come in town either ono or do well andMrs. M. sinceVATXESf 1529 33d St., behind the guns," the noble corps of general assembly of the State of Kennext A. now.'Mrs. J. B. Willis wishes very much both days of tho meeting. Races every Washington, D. C. And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buj' until you tuckysubject to the will of the Democratic to sell that century plane teachers who first of all made possible Admission --o cents. Eczema-- " We had to tie the hands of this glorious victory iu the contest of have seen our goods. We guarantee to sell you more goods and better The AVliite Oak Pond will observe afternoon. JIMrs. W. R Letcher, of Cincinnati, is our two year old son on account ot eczema brains- - Our Caldwell High School is FOB COUNTY CLERK. children's day for foreign mission next Out For County Clerk. quality for the money than ever you got before. Our visiting Mrs. S. P. Wattors on face and limbs. No medicine even constantly attesting its worthiness of u la nnthnrl7Pl to announce A. KAVA' Sunday evening. Tho children will pride and support of all our people, So many good men are out for tho helped until wo used Hood's Sarsaparilla, NAUQII DOTY for Countv Clerk, sucject to the Mrs. W. W. Watte returned onSat- - render a beautiful program, .every .mrs. a. van wtck, iza tlie action of the Democratic ratty. Democratic nomination for county which soon cured." Paterson, N. J. rich and poor. A diploma from it is Texas, Montgomery Street, one is invited to bo present. w im unthnrlzMl to announce C. M. RAY- - urdav ofternoon from indeed a badge of honor. Long may it offices that it taxes our capacity to vary Clerk, subject BURN a candidate for County The Ladies' Fair will be- - the first of A scholarly address was that of Itev. tho wording of our observation upon live to add lustre to tho countv's fame to the action of the Democratic rarcy. its kind ever hold in Kentucky. Thos. S. Hubert, at the Methodist their candidacy and tiieirfltnessforthe Briefly we give below the list of We are authorized to announce D. It. TEVIS church Sunday morning. It was from oillce. We endeavor to toll the truth uj uc prizes, so far as possible to get them n aandidate for County Cleric suoieci Mrs. T. J. Smith, Jr., entertained an unusual text: Act. 17:3: "These and e sincere. action of the Democratic party. There may bo some omissions or mis few friends at luncheon on Friday. were more noble thau those of Thcssa-lonicIn this connection we havo pleasure and takes, but wo think all aro correctly. 11 cura ller lll ; the Hood't Judge J. C. Chenault is attending for biibbiff. in that they received tho word in commending to the Democracy of ouly cathartic to take rlth llood'i Sriartll. says me Somerset raragon: We are authorized to announce JOIIN F. Uourt hearts and searched of county our Best Chorus Itichmond. for Sheriff winnna randldate action ot the of Madison federal Bicycleat .Louisville tins week. .the God in their Thus, from one phase theTevis. who young friendMr. David scriptures." Democratic Best Vocal Quartet Richmond. county subject to the parade here will be desires 10 ue me nomi The full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to party. ot tho beautiful sermon we lounu tnni nee of his nartv for county clerk. lie Best Vocal Duet, Femal Richmond. worth coming miles to see. See largo We are authorized to announce JOHN W. bills. measure and GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see there is after all an aristocracy on is worthy of the honor and would make tie, leaped to the ground and clasped Best Vocal Duet. Male and Femal BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for earth, class, caste, strata of society strong canvass ana a line cleric, uis the infant in his mighty aims. The Richmond. us aud save money at Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic Mrs. B. Howard Neale and son, Mr. hut it is a nobility of God, and not of lamented father filled the oflice most prattling babe toddled along the platBest Vocal Solo, Female 1st, Birdie party. James N. Neale. spent Monday in Lex man's standard. Man's standard is im- acceptably and the son would equal form leading tho strong man whereso- Young, Winchester; 2nd, Olivia Swee ington. FOR ASSESSOR. perfect, God's perfect: hence the vast his record in all respects. His indus ever its little fancy dictated, and an ney, Jjancaster. We are authorized to announce JOE OLD a. nice, nest voicai fcoio, Male Mrs. Wm. Lilly and Mrs. Hal Cock- - discrepancy in Ills judgment and ours. try, sobnetv. and ability have won him observer mentally quoted that beauti HAM a candidate tor Assessor oi atamson suggests tho danger of artificial recognition as oneof oursafestbusiness ful Bible passage, "And a kittle uabe Richmond. county subject to the action of the Demo- rill, of Irvine, were in this city Friday This distinctions, which retard tho dawn of men, and sa a clerk of the county all Shall Lead Thorn." It seemed so ap Best Piano Duet Estelle Brinkley, cratic party, shopping. ana ropos. Another thought was suggested Maggie Inman. Somerset. ' are authorized to announce JAS. R, Mrs. W. A. Mebafley and daughter. universal brotherhood ol manLove ren- would have confidence in him. for BAKBll a candidate for Assessor of Madison grimy engineor folded the der void the preaching of when the best 1'iano foolo .Maude isell, Har- county subject to the action ot the Demo MihB Edith, of Irvine, were in this city thy neighbor. If we could trace our Seven Out of Eight. little one to his breast Why did he rodsburg. The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher cratic party. last week. back to the Norman Conquerpretty garments with his greasy ancestry Best Mandolin and Guitar Duet of invin soil its The day of the , in Richmond ors, or beyond to the Saxon Kings, it cibility of Contro much talked past at arms, dishevel its curls, ana cause tno Pearl Pelton, Edith Upton. Somerset College is MissDollie Willinmr, of Lexington, respectaDemocratic Commillec Meeting. no Contest m Oral Spelling Lester and Mr. R. E. Burnett, of Boston, will would in more increase our hence no least, as far as C. U is concerned. Of mother, perhaps, to scold her husband mav3-i)i- n Main St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. bility the sight of God, eight contests in which these two for his too ardent demonstrations? He bingieton, Somerset, shortly be marnca. more respectable at all. The biblical the loved his ntten Spelling Price Uoiitest in a meeting of tho Democratic com nstitutions have mot in the last two simplyexplanation child, This At Bush, of Dodge, Clark standard of nobility seems to have ears, seven Mibs is beautuuny paral tliinna. llarrodsbur! of them have been won cient mittee of Madison county hold at tho county, Julia Mrs. T.J, been based upon tho hearing- and by is visiting leled in that exquisite volume' -- iteverContest in Rapid Calculation Jesse Central. court houso in Itichmond, Ky., on Curtis, of Kirksville. Mr. and searching of the scriptures, and in The first was the Oratorical Contest ies of a Bachelor," wherein the story Sacro, Midway; Issio Million, Rich it was ordered Monday, May 1st. obeying their teachings, as is sot forth of '93, won by Hunter; the second, the of a father's devotion to his child is told mond. Mrs. Laura Thompson.of Mt-- Sterling, that a mass convention be held in each no manner, Contest in Higher Arithmetic Price voting precinct in Madison county on is visiting her daughter, Airs, xseaie in tno lext. wc mav wc sure oi a coro- baseball game of April A), with a score in a iiover wear a crown ot 11 net in heaven tliouuh o this Saturday, J uly 1st. is'.iu, at J o ciocK p. Bennett, on Main street. too in favor ol C. U.: the third something after society-lovin- g fashion: A Hauna, Horrodsburg; J. M. McMulleu, of thorns on earth, if we strive to he- the debate of tho same evening won by worldly-mindemother Midway. in. to select delegates to a county DemO t2 Mrs. Delia Ramsey Kenney enter- - roine one of that nobility which, liear- - Stephenson and Abbott, of C. U.; the arravs her child m spotless nnery to Contest in Higher Algebra Jessie oeratic convention lo be held at tho r::S. ,r" " " ," Court House iu Richmond, Ky., .July baseball gnme ol JNlay, won show it off to the public. hisThe father Patton, Somerset. aro ourth, the arms and Contest in Geometry Ciarenco Gal game catches up the child in fifth, the foot "'"" 3. to nominato a Democratic candidate always poworfnl. beautiful expositions by Centre; tho Day, score, C. ball B0. C rumples up its immaculate linen and Ioway, Midway. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Prewitt Gay hanksgiving bo voted for as Representative for U. (A to 2o ot uuusuai texts, anu we do not wonder C. 0.: tho sixth, the little James An o Contest in Trigonometry the baseball game April towsles tip its hair, so that wrath, in Madison county in the next Ueuoral spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. T. Ins congregation is proud of him z, U'J, 5- that derson, .Lancaster. Assembly of Kentucky. o to 1 in V. u. s lavor; the one. fearful of its mother's D. Chenault, at Cumberland View c3a 5 give him large and attentive audi- seventh,6Core baseball game of May 19 nuires. "What will mamma Eay?" and O Contest in .Latin translation Jsnn The basis of representation in each tho Misses Bessie Hockaday and Mary ences. A mqre scholarly preacher or n 'i A'oting precinct shall he one delegate for of and eighth Instantly the father replies, "Tell her nie Hieronvmous, Harrodsburg; Mary D. Ballard, of Silver Creek, were the devoted nastor has never hlled that 6core 5 to 4 in favor 19, C. IT., by Abbott that I love you!" Tho moral to the Thompson. Lancaster; Willie Traynor, won the debate of May each lifty votes cast in tne rospectivo guests of Miss Bessio Turley last week, pulpit. precincts for the Democratic electorial and Tadlock.-Centr- al University ews. story is in tho application thereof. The Richmond; Alabama Botkins, Mapgie o o - ;s o 3 C. & O. engineer exemplified it beau llradley, W inchester. 1st prize divided l Mr. John B. Chenault has been con ticket for President in 1800 and one vote tifully. Puritan Wickless Blue Flame Oil Slovc. votes or fined to his bed for several days. Mean Contest in .Mental Arithmetic ian each fraction of twenty-fiv- e for en 1,-- w ra s 2 o nell Hall, Winchester. more cast at said election. 3 while friends throughout the State are We are agents for a wickless oil stoves r Irvine's Bright Prospects. Contest in English Composition 1st, members of Madison county attending to his raco lor Auditor. The Waqeus-Dudle- y. and are able to offer the public the Mr. Democratic committees residing in each S2 O The senior editor of the Climax in Bessio Jones, Winchester; 2nd, Lida Mrs. Henry L. entertained a Wagers and Miss Sallie Dudley were best wickless stove on- - the market gp n voting precinct shall call the precinct fow of her friends Perry dining on last married at the Willard Hotel, Louis The most simple in construction and company with Dr. G. W. Evans, was in May, Somerset. o o at a CP to order and tpresido while Wednesday evening in honor of fenmanslnp 1st convention ville, by Rev. S. A. Onen, of this city, most perfect in operation. Irvine last week. We were greatly Contest in C.5 B 53 2- -' her is in sossion and cortify Uatron, 2nd Uelie Moore, somerset. tlie convention e The i'untan is the best and most surprised to notice the in tho presence ot Mrs. B. K. Yvearen, Contest in English Grammar Mar the result to the county convention to guest, Miss Daisy Hart, of Somerset. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY of Stanford, and other friends. The economical stove to be had for summer movements of this little town that has Mrs. Bettie McDowell, having fin bride is an accomplished daughter of cooking. held on the 3rd of July, Richmond. bo asleep the last It is absolutely safe and odor- - apparently been never for a boom ten tha White, in U. S. History lames L. The man is who has a good, sound, re known Democrats and others shed her vimt to her daughter, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Thos. P. Dudley, of Waco, ess. More economical than coal, wood years. Irvine Contest All as had liable carriage under him. lie can who supported the Democratic electo Henry Sweets, in Louisville, went to and was perhaps one ol our best known or gasoline. most mountain towns uui during tno llogar, Midway. H H in 1800, and Cynthiana Saturday to visit her daught teachers and most popular and talented for Best Declamation, remale 1st Sadie rest secure in the thought that when ral ticket An important feature over other stoves boom days. Only one day during those of those who plodge theniROlves to sup- er, Mrs. J. Irvine Ulanton young ladies. Mr. Wagers is one of is, that the valves are at tho side, stirring times did the speculative spirit Baughman, Richmond: 2nd Edna Ma ho has one our well made, reliable pbrctons, carriages, runabouts, whaleport the nominees of the county Demo9, there will the loremost merchants ot Jistill coun- whicli avoids tho discomfort and dan strike Irvine and alter that exciting son, Lancaster. Friday night, bone spoeders, or road carts, that come cratic convention, shnll be entitled to beOn large progiammeJuno given un ty, a man of high character and super ger of reaching over tho hot flame to dav.in winch mauy thousands of dollars R.Best Declamation, Male 1st Root. what may on the road, his wagon never Friond, Paris; 2nd Joe G. Meader, participate in the precinct conventions. der a the auspices of danco old Junior ior business capacity and popular wun operate it. wortn ot properly changed naiids, tne tne will give- - way. Wo nave one of the J. is. uiienaui.t, unm. Social Club. Messrs. K. E. Littlo and all. Tho best wishes of their Madison Our stoves havo four-inc- h burners old town dropped back into the even Somerset. Dash Willie West, Lancas finest stocks of road wagons, rocka-waWiixiam Jett, Sec. county friends follow Mr. and Mrs- - where others have smaller ones, which tenor Of its former self and has thus re managers T. II. Collins arc and rubbertired buggipg in Itichgives the Puritan great advantago iu mained to to tiiis day. to the great con ter. Wagers. JOHN DONELSON, Prop'r., d Miss Mary Pattie is the guest of the quick cooking. sternation and financial distress of rodsburg; Dash Will Goddard, Har mond. COMMITTEE MEETING. DEMOCRATIC Kentucky Carriage Works. family of Rev. H.GIa6S Rev. Gilbert Marshall Dennv, Lancaster. IN CLOTHING. The largo shelf on the stoves will be those present on that boom day. 'ihrowmg llase Hall Hugh llouchln. ulass, pastor ot Presbyterian church at Every stove is found convenient. On our arrival at lrvme we were in of tho Demo- X'ord, is visiting bis lather. Rev. liar $2 00 up Men's Suits at Pursuant to the order guaranteed to give satisfaction. Call vited by Senator J. M. Thomas to par Harrodsburg. cratic State Executive Committee for a vey Glass. Somerset Paragon. Dash Charlie isaldwln. MaslcrCommissioiicp's Sale ! Lake. To the wife of Ed Lake. and examine our line before going else- take oi the hospitality oi tne bsliil Men's Punts ut 40c. up city State Convention to be held in tho Springs. Wo accepted his courteous Harrodsburg. Douglas & Simmons. where. Mr. and Mrs. James Edgai.of De Friday night, a line girl. G9e. up prffr Boy's Suits at One-ha- lf of Louisvillo, Ky., on Wednesday, aiilo Jlicycle Race .Leo offer and no guests more heartily en Moynihan To troit, are guests ot Mr. Jonh J. (Jraig wife of T. H, June 21. 1809, lor the purpose of noun and family. Mrs W. F. Booker, of Moynihan, May 30,theboy. Bimetallic League Organized. Boy's Pants at 15c. up ioved the attention of a generous host, Mitchell, Winchester. a Ono Mile .Bicycle Race, Standing Q.W. Erans, - rin.. uating Democratic candidates for State Louisville, will also arrive to In order to promote interest in the Senator Thomas tohas spared neither Start 1st Will Iavi8, Harrodsburg; Notice of Sale sninst officers to bo voted for on November?, bo with them. Danville Advocate. Ckutoher. Commonwealth's At make this famous Hayden Eatlll, Deft. In Equity. a meeting was time nor money 1899. 1 horebv request that a mass con nd werter uomos, Midway. torney B. A. Crutcber is the father of causo of NOTIONS. Br virtue of x Judgment and Order of s.tle of held in the office of Hon. W. B. Smith summer resort one of the most attractMrs. W. D. Oldham leaves this week a ventiou of the Democrats of Madison One Mile Kun James Anderson, tbe Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the boy. the South. Jivery modern im Lancaster; Friday night. No published notice had vein Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. up haBrjcounty bo held in the court house in for a visit to her sister. Mrs. H. C, William rarrlsli, Itichmond April terra thereof, 1899, In the above style been given and but few were present. provement for the comfort of guests has cause, tbe undersigned will, on U o'clock, p. m., Shipp, at Georgetown. Richmond, Ky., at Ono Mile Bicycle Race, b lying Start Master Ronald Gent's Undershirts 25c. up These were enthusiastic enough, and been attached to the hotel, a landscape MundvWitt, Richmond. June 17, 1809, to appoint delegates to Oldham left last week for the above an organization was effected by elect- gardener has laid out the walks in grfk. Gent's Drawers 20c. up county at tho State city, where he will spend several weeks. ronresont Madison Throwing Heavy Shot Waller DucJune 3rd, IS -; new and attractive way, and beautiful Mr. G. M. ,Ladies' Vests Convention. 5c. up Park. Just aR Sunday morning was ing Jse JJavis Willging, President. Mr. flowers and rare plants delight tho eyes an, Harrodsburg. Much to the regret of that larco cir ushered in, death visited the homo of 4. was elected temporary The basis of representation to the cle of friends in which she was such be the it s tho spacious from every 25c. up Ladies' Pants a Judge V. W. Park, near West Irvine, secretary, and the following delegates grounds. Wc point noinhesitancy in pre- - winneran Honor, sure eneugh, toor four Between the hours of 11 o'clock, a. m.. and 12 of a prize among threo State Convention shall be one delegate have favorite, Convenra., at the Court House door In RichTowels . 3c. up for each 300 votes and fraction consist genuine I'riday forMrs. Vernon Beggs and took therefrom his oldest daughter, to the Ohio Valley Thomas and ins thousand pupils of the Bluo Grass o'clock, county, Ky., left on St. Louis, after a Mrs. W. H. Simpson who Jiad suf tion at Louisville Thursday and Itcting that Senator most ing of one hundred or more votes cast pleasant sojourn in Her Old Kentucky Who mond, Madisonto the highest proceed to expose Corsets 25c. up to Public Sale, bidder, the folsons will make this attractive re League of Graded Schools. fered for more than twelve months Friday, were chosen : J. B. McCreary, sort moro delightful during the present wouldn't bo proud at winning over so lowing described property, viz.: for the head of the Democratic olectoral Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars 10c. up with that dread malady, consumption W. B. Smith, T. E. Baldwin, W. A. season than ever beloro. many bright competitors? tickot at the presidential election in Home. &rjT Cuffs 1S1K5. 15c. up Lot No. 18 in Block No. 2 Mrs. C. S. Holton and Charles E. Deceased had lust passed tier twenty Langford, G. M. Willging, Dudley Trib NOTES. Tho lumber interests are fairly alive ble. Gov. McCreary was deputized to All known Democrats and others Smoot attended tho Stato convention sixth birthday. Suspenders 5c. up The first game of base ball in the of the Dillingham Addition to the City of JjjJ? invito Mr. Drynn, who will beat tho in lrvme. More than two hundred who supported the W. J. Bryan elec- of Homeopaths, at Louisville last week iurs. birapson was taken lrom ner conyention, to speak in Richmond We vis on 10c. up Avenue this men aro constantly employed. and was Graded School Contest was played Itichmond, Ky., fronting backLindennortherly ife-i-T' Buggy Whips toral ticket and those who pledge during ur. iioiton's absence Mrs. Hol home near Whito Hall, this county, mill and Thursday afternoon between Harrods- - Gftv (SO) feet samerunning 10 a in a ho will' tell Mr. Bryan, ited tlie Megan-Fnwk- e GOc. up Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols themsolves to support thn nomiuees of ton was the guest of Col. J. J. Mc seven weeks ago, to that of her father lall. He says things, mm iooiancy "icuon on a veritablo bee among other that he has spo delighted to see being over fitly hive of burg anu Somerset. Harrodsburg Will- - I ad beimrme the itsoutheast iwcmy of Linden corner said convention shall bo entitled to Dowell, Business Managor-o- f tho En in Estill, with the hope that the change men at ning uy it score ui to i. ooiiierseti Avenue ana uaic street. Ladies' White Aprons 25c. up ken in every other district west of the workers, them participate in the convention. would prolong her life, but the grim quirer. work in this mill. Mr. Graham, the '. Or a sufficient auantitr thereof to nndnm rtty- - Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists .25c. up destroyer had clasped his icy hands on Kentucky river that is he has not polite superintendent of tho company s lost the game by rank errors, having 8 the sum of 60t.0, the amount of money so Jno B. Chenault, Mr. Hume disTlie gamo .. Chairman Democratic Committee of leave and Mrs. E. B. tureo and familv that fair form and claimed it as his own, been in tho 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th cen- works, showed ns the ectiro working of lilts anil Harrodsburg 11.third inning ordered to be made, and the costs hereof. Baby Bibs 5c. up was very pretty up the months so The constant attention of skilled phy tricts, and that Richmond is most lor a Madison County. TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit of tho mill and explained everything in a when bomerset went to Dleces. 10c. up journ to California. Mr. Al. Curtis sicians and the careful watching of trally located and will give him a Fire Screens six (8) months. The purchaser will be required Tho second game of ball in the school to give bond, with approved security, for the will probably go to New Orleans. Mr. husband, father, mother, brothers and tremendous audience from all Eastern way tliat showed no was thoroughly acquainted with the business. lie in- - contest, was played by Hichmond and payment oi me purcnase money, lo nave tbe ana wrs. u. i juiaueiton win occupy pisters could only alliviate her suffer- Kentucky. Force and effect ot a us mat the company made its Liancaster, rritlay aitornoon, the lorm interest from the dayJudgment, bearing legal lormed tneir residence during Air. ana Mrs. ing and bring a peaceful end. OUR LTJSTE OF LADIES', GENTS AND of sale, with a refirst shipment on the 23d ult , to Liver- er winning by a score of 14 to J. It served upon said prSperty until all Lienpur- The Gentry Reunion. Hume s absence. the liesiuo her parents, deceased leaves a CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND SHOES pool via Montreal, Canada. The com was a verv pretty game up to tho 7th chase money Is paid Tho Climaxis in recoiptof tho follow pany has on hand a large quantity or Mr. Homer Sanford Newlon. son of husband and two childron,ag8d two and S. E. SCOTT, inning. Tho lnncaster bovs went to ARE 2IORE VARIED AND LARGER air. . J. JNewion, lormer editor of the five years, respectively, to mourn her ing irom a inond in Nevada, Mo , with wnite oai; iiiitiuer, ait ut wuicit wm ue pieces and on errors and hits Hich may21-2M. C. M. C. C. THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and nee them. CiiiKAX, and Miss Henrietta Virginia loss. She was a devout member of the request to publish: shipped to Liverpool. Wo weregreativ mond piled up 11 runs in tne last threo JN. T. Gentry, secretary of tho uontrv surprised to Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Methodist church, and her remains this lumber innings. Lancaster has a splendid learn that Beck, ot Uwenton. will be married June were accompanied, besides friends and Family Association of the United States. goes through Canada to the sea board Lexington, Ky. 14 Richmond friends extend congratu- - relatives, by Rev. Edward Allen, pastor has called a meeting of tho association when .Newport JNews or some other team it they could keen their heads. IN RIBBONS. in the tmai contest Harrodsburg s Patronise Home lations and weli wishes. irviiio ai. b. cnurcii.anu iniu to rest in to beheld at Meramec Highlands, St. American port is so much nearer. crack team beat Hichmond zi to 5. We have a few bolts of the C. N. & Co. 's Ribbon Louis county, on August 1. wo. predict a bright future iorlrvino Mrs. Stanton Humes' recent enter Richmond cemetery Monday morning. Harrodsburg v :i t At tno last meeting or the associa It is one of the very few places on tlie Thuschampionship, again wins the base in uu liuiiu wuicii vu winl iiuau uui nil tainment in honor of Mrs. Mobell Ter-riiu, Hichmond second. tion a permanent organization was Kentucky river where a city can bo ball Beggs, of St. Louis, was altogether Miss Mary Pattio writes from Som 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. Insure your dwellings, barns and all other effected. Committees were appointed built, and now that business has re In the Blue one oi me most charming social lunc to gather a family history, trace the vived each citizen snould put his shoul- erset: "Prof. Clark was considered propertyijexingion, drass Insurance Compa v a nome institution tions of tho year. Mrs Beggs enioved the handsomest and finest ny, oxprotection against Fire. Lightning and. Paralyzed. Gentry genealogy, etc. Gives der to the wheel of progress and never professor Hichmond should be proud Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable Her stay hero anu lior friends were iticuara i. ueniry, oi Kansas unv. is lot its revolutions be backward. Mrs. John Williams, who resides on sorry to give hor up. of her High School. We have car- company for the peoplo of pur county now and Buy our Carpets and Wall Paper gets Fiftli street, stricken witli paralysis chairman of this committee ami-hried off so many honors during the operating inasthe State, and in thecheaper ever year as long you continue company. at random or because they are Mr. AVill Willis, formerly of tho some time Saturday night and when others havo worked diligently for the Inimitable Sam Jones. Two Weeks Here tournament." can on tnei' agent rormrtner information elipnn mid tukn whatever is off firm of Stockton & Willis, and ono of she awakened was unable to move ono last year. It is thought that at the See our stock of Corsets and collector, S. It. B. BLACK, Attorney-at-LaIn The Fall. ered We hold a rigid examina- - the proprietors of the first Hotel Glyn side ot her body. Mrs. Williams had meeting.this year, when tho commit Itichmond. Ky . office on Main Street. Deafness Cannot be Cured opposite Court House, next door to State Bank before yon huy. We tion. and overv pattorn must don, this city, was here on Monday, a sort of premonition that Eomcthiug tees reports arc submitted, every State Tho audience that filled tho Masonic come up to the standard in Stvle, Ho is traveling freight agent of the C. awful was about to befall her, and she in me union win oe represented. Temple Saturday evening heard the by local applications as tlioy cannot. & xnui uo., secona noor. portion to the ear. cs can please you with J. II. CARTER, Pres. rauruiiu. xnis is nis urst visit dreaded the coming of tho night. Sure Last year at Crab Orchard, Ky., unrivaled orator whose name adorns reach the disease way in Durabilty, in Desirability. to cure deafnefs. may21-l- y here lit about nine years C. C. BOSWORTH. Sec'y. enough sho was paralvzed. Her bus Gentry's attended the meeting from this article, witli wonder, delight and There is only oue Missouri, Illinois, Indiana. Kentucky. profit, let us hope. R. & G7 Armoside, It was Ins third ap and that isisby constitutional remedies. Mrs. Geo. Castleman. of Louisville, is band says ho thinks it was mainly due caused by inflammation Deafness visiting Mrs. Wm. Pryor. Mrs. Castle- - to fatigue, as his wife had been coage- - Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, ion pcarance Here, ana a notable one it was of tho mucous lining ofan Eustachian W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. xexas the lessly at the bedside ot her sick sister lBiana, year a anu Indian Territory. It is more than an ordinary privilege Is an awesome individual, but man cXDects to sail for Eumnn This committee on invitation to hear a mau who for twenty years has Tube. When this tube is inflamed you consequently exhausted. At last his approval is n thing to cher in the Fall, to be present iat her Ron's reception consisting of 21 Missouri pursued a ministry pecuhary Norsah. own havo a rumbling sound or imperfect ish. One looked over our Wall dobut which takes place in Paris. reports Mrs. Williams was recovering and 3 Genlry'6, has begun its work early, in ' . 41 r.his .1.- - hearing, and when it is entirely closed. i Paper stock tiio other day and France, where he finishes his musical somewhat tno use ot ner ntnbs. iu uieiuuuH- iuiu xi la me Deafness is the result, and unless the All persons are hereby notified not to charge order to matte tlie meeting a success, merest and barest statement of fact to the education. Ho sings in Grand Onera. said it was undoubtedly anythlngwithout a written order, as I Mrs. Theodore Shelton, of St. Louis, is say that Sam Jones is tlie most widely inflammation can be taken out and this me withpay same. Eor Assessor. IN HATS AND CAPS. will not most original, striking, fairlymayzi-4tubo restored to its normal condition, It was with much nleasuro that MIkr Candidates are as thick as Junebugs at the head ot this committee, and ft Known preacher-lecture- r TAIUiu iiiue. priced lino of Wall Paper she In the world Men's Black Felt Hats 2oc up T. Gentry, of Columbia, is secretary The call3 for service every year ad hearing will be destroyed forever; nine friends welcomed her in July. had seon in the city, and certainly Estill Walker's University But the Men's N ico Straw Hats .....!25c. up of Chicago. havo Something todear peoplo havo to Invitations aro being sent to every Gen dressed him are more than ion men cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, the the largest stock. In fact, she home from has, as we Boy's Nice Straw Hats break the monotony try in tne woriu. l0c. up confidently preprnw miito ontlinniHstie. You where she could accept. It is known that in the which is nothing but an milamed con Men's and Boy's Caps oi tne not summer days, so the boy 10c. up mucous surfaces. last fall, conferences of tho Methodist church dition of thogive will, too. it you look it over. 7Jc, dicted studies. won great distinction in the trenches aro coming out to oiler Mr. Bryan at Louisville. One Hundred Dollars We will As this institution has in her there are over fivo hundred ministers 81c, 10c, hc, 2oc and up. 6tudents from all over the world. themselves a sacntice on tho altar ol Preparations for tho convention of who were converted tinder his preach for any caso of Deafness (caused by their country. The last man thus to IN CARPETS. catarrh) Miss Walker's achievement is all the cannot bo bv Hall's CURTAINS offer himself Is our good friend, J. 11. tho Ohio Valley League of Bimetallic ing, and a conservative estimate places Catarrh that Seud forcured -- MATTINGS AND LACE more notable. Cure. circulars: free. ,...10c up Hemp Unions 25c. up lsaker, a blade District Democrat, who clubs at .Louisville and tho reception the number ot those who have joined Brussels..., I. J. Uiieney & uo., Toledo, O. to Col. William Jennings Brvan have different churches in his meetings, ....44c up Jute loc up Mrs. Mary Harris, Sold by Druggists, 75c Wo havo decided on some important arrived on Monday of Harris. Texas. wishes to be Assessor. As he lives iu a been completed. There f s not the least more than half a million! If a man at Rugs Mattings ....2oc up -- .lOe. up is of Republicanism, and has pre and is visiting her hot-be- d In all tho new ricli dark reductions for this week. Not Hall's Family Pills aro tho best, lin m En known by his works and the xaiitiia Arbuckio near served ins lecord untpotted therefrom, degree of abatement highinterest.every to be says colorings, special designs. because the lots are small. Not uaugiiier, xurs.Mrs. so Sam Jones is ono of, if Bible and Kirksvillu. Harris is eighty ana ns no is auio and willing, wa com tliusiasm is running because the styles are undesirable, years of age, but body is looking forward to ono of the the foremost character in tho last IN HARDWARE. Nor yet because we want to ex as old who retainthere aro few ladies mena mm to tno graces ol Democracy most noted events in tho annals of the not of the century. years their faculties so for its support for the lmnortant of Kentucky metropolis. plode a bargain. But for a reason KniTCs and Forks, per act 3ic. up Fish IJnes. Ic. each Tlie Democratic unimpaired, oi course ne is criticised; sometimes Cate Turner. 4c. Fish Hooks lc. doi in which you aro not interested grandchildren, bhe.lias fifteen great fice of Assessors. party is on the evo of bringing into that is very rarely, justly, general! Files tho eldest beintr Mr. 3c up Curling Irons 3c. up (the results are what you want.) wm. II. .Letcher, Teaspoons 4c set up Almost a Fatal Runaway Accident. existence a national policy lor the cam unjustly. Instead of calling liiin ugly 10c Butcher Knives... Jr., of this city, who Tablespoons .. We arc going to make the following re 6c setup the pyes attacking During the excitement incident to paign of 1000, hence end of tho of tho names and far better his style. Ids critics ductions: 18 Rolls of 40 yards is uiu sppie ui ner age. Democracy from ono coun would ho On up in price to the flno Pressed employed if they each, regular 30c a yard Matting" Mrs. Harrie Miller Winn came over the burning of Mr. CalMaunin's resi- try to the other will be turned toward were following efforts to rapers. Ito .use to was to your at 8.50 a Roll. 13 Rolls of 40 from Winchester on Saturday to visit deuce last Thursday, the horse whicli Louisville the remainder of the week save tho fallen, tohim in his the causo strengthen valuablo time looking at small yards each, regular 35c n yard nor motner, Mrs. JKiizabeth Miller. Mr. John Donelson was driving became to protect tho Tho followmg Matting8at$10a Roll. 10 Rolls Mrs. Winn just missed by one day her unmanageaDie ana ran away, throw program to bo is an epitome of the Of righteousness, God. His lectureweak, sample books of old stylo job and to clorLy wis earned out: of 40 yards each, regular 45c a cousin, jirs. vernou JJeegs, who left on ing Mr. Donelson to the ground and papers. Vr6 havo a number of and . Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, a kqii. zo .pnuay ior ui. ixuis. nirs. wmn ir colliding with another vehicle. yard Mattings at At Wednesday 2:30 p. m.: Asseinblin "Charactorstruck Characters," and he to both Ids subject experienced Paper Hangers. of delegates and speaking at Ma faithfully pairs new Cottage Curtains, were practically recovered from her long first it was reported that Mr. Donelso White aid ami his audience, in the sinewy ver cauley's theater. 1A0, this week S3 60. 25 pairs and serious illness which greatly re had sustained fatal injuries, that the 7:80 p. m,: Addresses at Macau- - nacular of tho peoplo he denounced new Muslin Curtains, were $3 duced her. Sho has had the services physicians had given him up, or some vices, exposed villainies, and uu W Wort Ckalyteate. ley's theater. tins week S2.25. 30 pairs Irish of an accomplished trained nurse for such medlesaly alarming news. The 10 p. m.: Banquet to Judge Tarvln mashed hypocricies. In language, the Point Lace Curtains, were $10 six months and is willing to ascribe extent of his injuries, however, con beauty and .tenderness of which may AGENT F0 McCALL" PATTERNS. at the unit House. this week $7 00. ner improvement as mucn to her Intel sistea oi only painiui bruises and Health Resirt. bo compared to David ligont, faithful attentions as to all rougn Biiaking-ur- r lrom winch, w, Thursday 2 p. m.: Addresses at Ma ho snowed thnt tho psalmody otsvmna for liBjtiHg than thoso who cnt up he knew and cauley s theater. trust, our gooa frieHd will be speedily other causes. -- OPENRd otherwise destroy your paper, 7:30 p. m.: Addresses at Macau thised with men in their hunger of restored. heart and need. Some fow passages i Airs vjurus . isurnam returned on ley's theater. CARPETS, FURNITURE, tho lecture were evidence enough that Friday fiom Frankfort, where she was Oldham Fr Atwwr. .1 Friday 2 p.m.: Reception to Mrs. W, Sam Jones is fanutliarwith metaphysics. ID ot lit. New-Windo- w liurJLSW DRAPERIES, CHINA- the guestthe hor son, Judge A. K.While- Mr. Joe Oldham is ono of thoso who J. Bryan, and addresses at Macau and is not the uneducated man his nam, o! Court of Appeals. loy'8 theater proper time" try to believe ho is His wit WARE, WALL PAPER, at tho Capital, Mrs. Burnain was the said that "At tne Assessor, CUT THIS 2 p. m : Address by W. J. Bryan enemies subject QCTukI recipient of many social attentions, not would announce or is intensely original, absolutely nnpres On tho B. N. I. & IS. Railroad and tne WOOD MANTELS. only upon her own and htr son s ac to tno action or the uemocratic paity at Aucmorinm. sive, and he makes of. Kentucky River, in tho midst o( 7;30 p. in.: Address bv W- - J. moral truth. But it itis the servant Sure enough, having found that his CWCT T9 Ilmi'iriwl, X m. the man, Sain count, but because of the high standing Mosnted on Spring Rollots, fix- THAI JWTiil.MTisricroKT. w .umIm It ,w M(M kMuJrcuuies wjiiL to Bryan at Phoenix Hill Park. kxmtit m Mountains and Jloruantic Scenery. preliminary . M u.M u THt unMum, AT nlmsell, that is most mterestin oi ner nusugnu, uoa. u. KMHST MMAM IN EYE sa. jjurnara, an excellent skirmish Jiad o made A 4EI ( CD 9 p. m.: Banquet to. W. J. Bryan at Jones audiences. His earnestness, tures complete, ready to hang, WWi.h-it impression Tho White Sulphur Is a specific for to his ha OUR SPECIAL PRICE 538. QO. who was for ten years a member of the his wrffrelckt oktarets, lew the LM Mac trixh order.. " it .fountain erry raric. from 10c on up in price. fearle8ness, his naturalness, both faici State Legislature as well as a member decided to sally forth ior a fray in th skin and kidney troubles; tW A number from this city wll attend WE MAKE THIS TOP nflto and Inspire. of the Constitutional Convention, and open. Mr. Oldham is a Democrat, of thou most Clfalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot" aukere pat ta MRKfLitNt Style ror laaa. M This minister of international renown is well remembered by the older Democratic family, with a true-blu- e As By a Lilllo Child. Sulphur BnthBin the houso. Democratic record. He also claims m. a4 Bhw. a Kim and popularity needs no praise from n mutnt. or Bimur Side Bar. iftXTz citizens of Frankfort. High Brada Remind 8rTa Fmteat. tvm, at ounce. Daiir tho right lo hope for tho nomination As wo alighted fiom a C. fc O. train it. irf'n pleasure for lis tn avow oui For iurttier particulars addreS 1. Miss Carrie Knight, of Nicholasville; because ho fs hoc est, capable, and sup at Lexington, baturday we observed :i bat Wh1 to ay aut.it bvsnrwork. Boot Mack, SraraiVic greca solveshis friend and his champion, and Mrs. John D. Harris, of Richmond.and ports the uoustituuon, Jonereon's pre mother lift hor baby to the window of to express 3M W, Mft STiltT. y the conviction that the com w irw. j n. , --u. vain ntei Mrs. Cassius Clay, of Paris, were requisites for public recognition. MAIN AND BROADWAY, ftt lifetime. F.rBleili;-s;..,- t .term "fl", Mr. thcjsngino that had pulled our train ing years of tliis man's lifo will be his among tho visitors here .Mrs. Oldliani ha our well wishes., and w IiLnnTnstant the strong men who hm most potential and most wonderful. JtrcHMOND, KY. . VTJrcvmfi'rYYv. TTv Hughes Brouiitoa and her pretty baby m believe ho lias a shew for the presided uvor the dostinv XA. the nas WalirAMr Wiow EHmm Simt, Oil, The introductory liy Rev. JusAer K . .... h ' - 11. tha, 4., Mk tks iMaaat i. ptSaMatmkjw RVKBUCK At CO, (Inc.). CHICAGO, DLL, are vlnlting Mr. tutH Mrs. tit nowiiMtlon us iu vb.rali4r, and BC2rst took his httnd from the thrct- - KSit h wi The Climax Printing Co. PERSONAL. Guy Heckel, Raymond Berry and Itobt. A special to the Leader Jennings from rans, ivy., gives the loiiowing ac count of a wedding of interest to many Hichmond friends: Ihelnrge Uunstian church was crowded Isst night, the oc-- , casion being the marriage of Mr. Walter Kenney, ol the drug llrm ot Ulark 5t Kennoy, to Miss Nellie .Mann, daughter of Judge Kussell Man. The ceremony was periortneu nv .bluer John t. Swcenev, pastor of the church, escorted bv her brother. Mr. Kay Mann. Miss Kate Alexander was the raaid of honor. The bridesmaids were Misses Eddie Spears, Maggie Butler, Mary Talbott aua flliss Ancereon. ot ueorgetown The ushers were Messrs. John Power, W Hinton. James Ingles. Will Wornail and Clarence Kenney, brother of the groom. A luncheon was given to tho bridal party at the home of the bride's parents on Pleasant street, after the ceremony and the happy couple left on tho 10:15 train for a visit to New York and other Eastern points. .Lexington .Leader, 20, 1 Tho Orange county, Va. horso show has adopted the single judge system for their horse show, which is to be hold at Somerset, Va.. August 1C and 17. and have selected Mr. Slat Cohen, of tins city, as tho judge in saddle, harness and high school classes, which compli ment Mat accepted and so notified them by wire Saturday. To say tliev have made a wise selection docs not half ex press it, as Mat is conceded to be a born uoHeinan, a 'thoroughbred," and has spent twenty years ot his lifo in culti vating and poiisniug his liorso taicni. Being a thoroucli gentleman, honest, conscientious and capable, it is safe, to say the ribbons will be tied on the horses justly deserving tiiem. -- Better Than Show." The iveatth of the multi millionaires is not equal to good health. Riches without health are a curse, and yet the rich, the middle classes and the poor alike have, in Hood's sincero and beautiful as any ever lieard here. At tho earnest solicitation ot Bev. Hubort, of the Methodist church., one of Ins converts, air. Jones consentea to preach hero two weeks in October. Blue Crass Grand School TeursamMt. Tho Caldwell High School, of Rich mond, carrid otr honors at Someriiet in the Blue Grass School Tournament. There were eight cities represented: NEW 3 - CLOTHING First - STORE P It 19-2- Furnishing Goods ur Clothing, tiais and price wide-awakeni- 1P First o LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES, RELIGIOUS. - fell CUSTOM TAILOEHFG a, 11 DEPARTMENT Is FIT l all-suf- fi - - ..;:r,r d, "" n. d 5x2.Sff r Hi -- MARRIED-- 52.2.? OC Jonah wide-awak- f Pre-ide- nt H Pi m m 4R 4P 50-ya- rd ys Elder's ES Stor 100-var- BIRTHS. rjo-ya- rd d P DEATHS !C y, to-u- ... sV" X kF.Browef&Co 3L S! ll We Do Not CRITIC L.OCAL,. In. i.,t u:i. i, v .j. all-rou- e j nni-lo- NOTICE. h tig . . l- Buti.-i-sat.-- - w SWall-Pape- r! ESTIL 5c & SPRINGS ir Siiikir Plitsire Chitt h aii g E. V. EIDER. 3 - Shade, ft SEND ONE DOLLAR i. C,F.Brower&Co si mm, a. WQM?W.Sluw -- i vim Eii - to-da- y Alx4r -- 'J injs-jnio- ft ii' fi ill t H a Bar f4 rfc Tfc V5 , bit 1UU &Mfa Mh, , , sm. 4,1 WM UUfi s 1 COME AND SEE US! THE WAY THROUGH. IUIIRIL iTiuiiL WE CAN PLEASE YOU. V't! IIIIIU I o ivunin: pntr-ps I U I Our stock is comulete in everv nartieuki.r. mm SEE A FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW ! nirjTTT at.t. If n worth wottli $1 worth worth worth $1 worth worth worth worth worth $1 25 1 Tiaclies nil solid leather Oxford, Dongola Kid or Calf, common (sense, size :$ to 8 EE, piice $1 00 r- - 1 25 8, a" 60,111 ,en,l,er Oxfords, common sense, Coin too or patent Hp, size 2 to 8 15 Ladies extra nice light woipht Kid Ofcfonls. Black or Tan, common snuwj or Coin toe, kid or ' ViUV"t,VJV 8IZ,U 2i t0 ? D ,r K Price 1 50 Ladies Vit--i kicl,2 button low shoes, "All The Go," patent tip. veslinu top sire 2J to 8 E, nri.-e- , I 50 Ladies' ici Kid, tan iaco spring heel, kid tip, Coin toe. size!' to 7 E, prion i 75 Ladies Vici Kid in heel or spring heel, lace or button, kid or pTitent tip, UK to 8. 1) oi E 1 50 Men new Tan Hox Calf in lnee or button, all bU'le toes, size U to 11. C. I and E V. 00 Men is new I an Box Calf, light or dark shade, all stylo toes, size G to 11, Ii. Cand D 3 50 Men s Hlnck or Tim, Vici, in ull styles, lace or coinire. C to 1 I), E and Eli 3 (X) Men's Black or Tan. Vici or Calf, aMstyles. size fi to H. Kami EE 00 1 50 00 00 752 2 75- -2 2 25 00 3 50 4 00 3 50 2 50 MOeVt&w a. CowpVeta, Saws v PRICES 8&1gmi . 1 1 ' I 1 BICE &d JlJEZ,JST (DTJ3D Successors to WALLACE & RICE. AND 4 w aj Mfi I frit tfi m Busy Bee I s jT I .Jr i. i i S'r-- - r & WE ARE SOLE AGENTS Cash Store' FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS, MISSES' The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. MAY 31, - - Dr. Hobson, Dentist. -- 3 rt C3 1S90. C t Proctor Knott Cigar. In Constipation Herbine affords a remedy, acting healthful promptly. A few small doses will nsu Barred Plymouth Hurk. ally be found to so regulate the excreTwenty years a breeder of this one tory functions that thev are able to vaiiety, stock better than ever before. operate without any aid whatever Boosters from E. B. Thompson, New Price 50 cents. Perry & Thomas, lm York. Eggs to 1" setting. SI. It is said that hemp will bo worth $7 Mits. M. F. Akiiuokle, by next fall. Silver Creek. Madison Co., Ky. w8-3cigar. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott natural, Great Clear ance Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- ol is wild with excitement at the for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Clotlii.ng, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand Unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. RICHMOND 3 xM Is verj Little Monejr to invest in :i Suit, but if the Suit is not made of the right fabric, is not tailored properly, has no style, your investment of $10.00 is Virtually a Loss. Every investment you make in Clothing from our store will be gilt edge. s . Have you been in Stoufler's new store, on Main sireot? The Ladies Fair. Diaestos Dyspepsia Tabids r o to to u is C2 o 6xv Are absolutely All-Woo- 0.00 SyhVls it beautifully finished Cassiniercs, every garment Sewed through and through, Upper and Lower Shuttle wiili 0,000 tiovernment Standard Pure Dye Silk, Lined with extra line real Italian Lining, Sleeves are Lined with plain color l'ougeo Silk finish Sateen Sleeve Lining, Satin under collars, Thirty rows of stitching, French facing and broad Satin pipinc Every detail of inside and outside tailoring is done with caio and thought to have the garments lit perfectly and give tho "Wearer LaslingSatisfaction. There are no better tailored garments than ours, there is no way to make them belter. You want to see our Suits l, I I to o n to before looking elsewhere, as we can make your $10.00 do what it will take much more to do as well olewhero. o to V) COVINGTON t & MITCHELL. (J o 33Vaa 3HJ. MniifTer Nuns to '9NI200J.S H3HI.V31 J.VD SH73A AYR,!, 9NIH0OI.S ON SI 3H3HI y. Do not put oil the duty that ought to lias taken more measures fT If your blood is out of order this spring than nil be done tin- r st combined. New store, Main St. order take Hood's Sarsanarilla at once. Tho white clover crop is an Immense Winchester Democrat says that tl. rtiu-a- t yield in Clark will bo ninety ono and bee keepers aro jubilant over 1 H ri'iit. of an average crop. tho honey prospects. IIm' The catalogues of the Ladies' Fair Stouffer has moved to Main street. aro out. Getone. The exhibition lasts two days. It will coubino all the feanext to John G Taylor's. tures of the regular county fair, adding Elder John G. Fee dislocated his many novel attractions which only a shoulder Monday, at lierea. woman's suggestive fancy can create. Call on Iiiggins Lnxon court day Where "Fell Col. Chenatilt And Morgan's for special prices in vehicles. Men. At the ton of our first page, first col Tho machinery for the electric umn, y will be found an item of light plant "has arriv" at last. inteiest to old soldiers who fought at Have you scoured your seat to Green Uiver Bridgo in the Civil War. Sam Jones' lectnie Saturday night? . Madisou county tost many gallant Uovk there that day. Bead the story. Finest line of neckwear in the- citv While Wo Think of It. Stouffer's new store, Main street. at Will the Street Commissioner please I have a new upright piano for 6ale refrain from spreading fresh beaten or trade. Lvmnn 1'arrish. miyl0-4- t ruck on our principal streets until after Day exeicises at the the meeting o( theState Bicycle league, Children's By obliging the local club Christian Church nest Sunday night. Juno ? thus a material aid to tho success of Full line of road wagons and bug the meeting will be acknowledged. may31-lgies at Higgins & Luzon's. Jap Lecture. Largest lino of hats and caps in A full house greeted Itev. Matsumoto, Ilichmoud at StoufTer's Main street of lieroshima, Japan, at the Methodist store. church Sunday night, 11 o is a theolog -I- lurrell.B. Ji. Million's ical student of Vanderbilt University colt, won at Newport. Thpre is lots in and has been in the Methodist ministry several yeais, haviug come to America a name! ten years ago. lie illustrates phases J. A. Anderson, of Uerea locality. Jap life by costumes, domestic articles, n sold his farm of 150 acres to Mr.llobin-so- idols etc., and gives au excellent idea ol for SJ.000. the irreligious condition of his couutty, now rapidly taking its place among tne W. B Cosbv, of Bed House, is earth. His iiack from Albany, Ua. Mule market nations of instructive. talk was inter esting and poorest in years. Buildinjj a Handsome Home. Stoulfor took more than 100 measMr. aiid Mrs. Albert McCown, nee ures in oiie wetik for suits and pants. Miss Annie Chenault, will shortly move New store, Main street. into their handsome resideucu on the Stouffer sells more clothing for commanding eminnco overlooking monoy than any other clothier. ureamintr UreeK. nearly opposite Mr. the New store, Main street. Thus. Plielps,' about ono mile from the city. square, with The Kich'mond Gun Club celobrated three The residence is verandas, and Decoration Day by shootiug clay pig modern conveniences. will contain all There is not a eons and cnimney swallows. better housekeeper in Madison county, Higgins & Ellis sold 100 gallons of nor a more hospitable hostess than Mrs. strawberries on Friday and Saturday. McCown, and her home is certain to be a model, within and without. They keep a delicious article. will restore the stomach to the health fill exercises of its proper functions and nositivelv riin Dvmmnnh nf all druggists. '-.. Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children, 19c. per pair. t Mt. Sterling is to havo a handsome new Hotel to be erected bv Adam Baum's heirs. Whru Nature Needs assistance it mav bo best to ren der it promptly, but ono should remember to use even the most perfrct remedies only when needed. Tho best ami most simple and gontle remedy is of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrnp Co. p Children's Strictly Knee. Pants, double kneo aud double seat, all colors, worth 75c. per pair are yours in this sale for 30c. Boy's $1.25 and f LG0 Keo Pant Suits iu double breasted and Beefer styles, neat and serviceable, nges 3 to 11, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. $2.50 Knee. Pant Suits go at $1.49; Our ?350, $4.50 and 55.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2 G9, all stvles, "Cream of the Stock." Big Boy's Long Pants Oassimero Suits wortli $3 00 and $4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at S1.9S Boy's $2 00 and Big Boy's assortment $7. $3, $9 Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick and fit in this sale at $1.98. and $10 Ix)ng Pant Suits, choicest of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, - mil Men's Men's Fine . All-wo- CHANCES m "Annt" Sally Poor, of Binht Angle diftrirt, Clark county, ngod 81 years, is last of family of 24 mi mm for mt children living. Functions Deqrangcd Good Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, wortli $.". $0 and $7 will be closed in this clearaiico sale at $2!)8. m often result from the use of quinine. ii"i oains ana not nriiiKs as remedies for a add. They open the pores and make tile system suscentible to morp cold. Dr. Hell's iroes to the scat of the trouble, and checks a cough at once or cures a cold in one night. Jt exlulartes the lungs. Pine-Tar-Hoii- Suits, choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted, sack and frock styles Imported worsteds witches and clays, every of fine suit in the lot worth and sold every where from SU to $12, take your choice and pick in this salo at Sl.08. Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladies' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth 1.25 go in this ale at 75c per pair; Men's Snnday Shoes in lace and congress worth $1.5u will be dished out to you at 80c per pair; Men's $1.75 and $2 shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vici and real Ilussia leather $3 and $1 shoes, they go in this sale at l9. Such 1 Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. fn Alt-wo- wide Serges, Heniretta.i, cheviot effects, novelties. per yard, will be slaughtc.ed In this sale at ISc per yd. Noth- lug rcscrvcu. 1 Little daughter of Jordan Howard. at lord, tmrrowly escaped death by drinking potash. T diarrhoea ever since the war and have for it. At found one remedy that has been curp. mill flml in Pimm. a success as n berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemwly. P. E. GitisirAM.Gaars Mills. La. For sale bv Perrv & Thomas. lm Tiiere is a buildinir fever at Berrv. Harrison count v. and ervat dpmanil for houses. used all kinds of medicines havn hpp.n I n Riiffcrnr frnm nliivmif. Men's "Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will inept the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a 'T." You can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $11 to $10, able tailor-mad- e they go In this sale at $8.48. Organdics that were 25c and :i5c per yard are now 12'ic in this sale; Wash Roods of all kinds cut halt into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. One lot ot Slippers (or ladies in sizes 50c 1 fonnerl sold at per pair. $1.25, 3, 1,will4,beand somein8's that were $1.50 bnd closed this sale at $2 last Fine Jacquads, Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods. Former price 75c nnd Sou per yard will be slaughtered in this sale at 4Gc per yard. Nothing teserved. Special Clearance Salesavitig on Ladies' Beady-mad- e White Underwear. Ladies' Beady-mad- e Drew's Skirts, Carpets aud Lace Cintains. These giods have felt the keen eilge of onr cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest bargains we an odering in this sale, ask to see them. Xot au article in tiie entire big store left untouched, this sale must bo far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great space cleaning sale for us- We must, have room for our fail stock and the only way we see to get it is to actually givo away nnd throw out several thousand dollars worth of tho best goods we havo to our customers and let them profit by our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. I That Hacking Cough Bijur White bought 130 head of fine cattle in Northwestern Uhio. Says they are scarce and very high. Miss Annie White has our thanks for a quart of luscious strawberries. Also Mrs. .1. O. A Great Success. is underming yourco3iitution sapping your strength i;r. Heirs I'me-TaHoney will cure it. This is one of the most valuablo remedies of modern times for coughs, colds, and bronchial iroubles. Druggists sell it. Price 25c. No cure no pay. r- Camlet, A Great Big Lot of Men's "Toe Linen" Pants and Men's Bluo Camlet Jeans Pants will be closed at 39e per pair. the best" New York Mills Bring along your CAII when you come for these bargains and savo time and a refusal of credit, for this is a CASH CLEABANiJK SALE to irake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfully, Millar, box 325. d Iligyins & Luxon have a of buggies anil carriages. Don t fail to may31-lsee them when in town. ear-loa- second, and two Of the 15 teachers examined one third failed to pass. 14 got first, 14 third-clas- s y certilicates. By far the most successful strawberry supper given here in years, was that under tne auspices of the ladies of the Episcopal church on Friday evening last. The large lawn of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Miller was brilliantly Indited and the crowd was surging in and out until a lato Hour. The relrestimente were delicious and the proceeds amounted to about S50. The Kector. Mr. Carpenter, and those in charge were justly pleased with the outcome of tho entertainment, financially and oth Frank Mulherrv. of &uliiviUn. Klir. ped and fell, breaking both bones ol lelt arm a Dove the wrist. CUBAN OIL cures Plattfor Cuts Burn, Bruises, EhcuI lUIUVl? matism and Sores. Price, - Tit ! OLDHAM COMPAN Y. Sold by Perry & Thomas. Kuccessora to W. Q. White. J.M. Hall has succoeded I. B. M. Bradford as president of tho Paris He 25 cents. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN room ndjoiuing Busy Bee Cash Store. Meals '25c niay24-2- t dinner given Don't forget court-daby the ladies of Catholic cnurch in store erwise. Her Pupils Won. posit Bank. will check Dr. Bell's - The streets should be cleaned just before the bicycle meeting so that the big parade will not be spoiled by bad roads. Madison Institute closed its 44lh session 'Ihuisday in a blaze of glory. The school is in tine condition, with brightest prospects. Fugleman and tho Ashcrafts, who were put under S300 bond fur conduct ing a blind tiger on the river, were r rested tor unlawful sale of liquor. MissTempie Oldham is selling her beautiful line of sailor hats at from 10 c utsio$150. Givo tier a call before inuyl7-lpurchasing elsewhere. Tho Inrlinc nf h. (!ritlinlln. flnirfl, will give a court-da- y dinner on Mam street, bolow Busy "Bee Cash Store, Monday, June 5. Meals 25c. m24 2t Mrs. Boarders, WANTED - Day Nauuie Martin, Lancaster Avenue, next door to H. J. atreng's residence, may 24 4v Dr.G U. Perry, of Madison, John Perr, of Fayotte, and Miss Nancy of Clark, are beneficiaries ot the will of their deceased mother who recently died. x re-am Of the six Richmond contestants in music, all pupils of Miss Mary Pattie, at tlie iiliie tjrnss tournament at som erset, five won first prizes. Tho judges voted by secret ballot and it was unani mous in favor of Kichmoud. Consider ing that seven other cities were entered in the contest we put it mildly when we say that Miss Pattie lias again at tested the superiority of her abihtv as teacher ol music, iter punils al- . ways spcai; lor themselves, or rather. stag lor their teacher. See list of winners elsewhere. ... secured a nice couple to bo united in the bonds of wedlock in the band 8t:unl of the fair grounds before the croivd. Tho association offers a complete tros-seau for the bride, a wedding suit for g tho groom, and a outfit. litis is ono oi the many novel 1 eat u res of the fair, which will be altogether far more mtercsting than the ordinary county lair, as it will combine features ol the latter witii many innovations. house-keepin- management liavo Public Wedding. One of the features of the Ladies' Fair will bo a imhlie marriage. The A Mr. Turpin Chosen Judge. El-ki- n, 1 Mi One-Four- th Off' Clraring Sale " s M Writing from Mormom Grovo. Texas, W. H. Sale says corn is laid by, looks well, w Ii eat and oats good, liar vest will commence June 1. "Must have Cum ax." We aro closing out all our goods in Avill last. order to remodel our house. Clothing, bats, shirts nnd underwear at your own price at StouffAjrs new Maiu street ioie. next dour to Farmer's National Bank. 300 sample Mr. N. B. Turpin, magistrate for the Kichmoud district, was elected last Thursday by the Board of Magistrates to succeed to the of County Judge, made vacant by the death of the late lion. I'atritk II. bulllvnu. .Mr. furpin had discharged tho duties of Abe position during the Judge's iltnpss. at d his election is a high compliin-iii- t to his ability from his colleaeiips. Judge Tur pin will hold olhco until his successor is elected and nun.iupp. The election occurs on November next. We trust Ins administration will be successful ii every wav pot-itio- Major Ournams' Seventy-nint- h Birthday m ' summer coats and Major Curtis F. Burnain was 79 vests just opened, in all the latest and oi age on Wednesday last, .May 'zi best styles, at less than manufacturers. Queen Victoria was 80 years old that new day. Public men, line Major Burnam, cost, to be closed out clothing house, Main stroot, opposite wno maintain an oievited rank In pop Madison iNationai isank. ular favor in a country where their opinions and acts are open to certain llcnr) Koelder & Company. scrutiny and free remark, must be Lumber dealers of Lonisville, Ky., in- possessed of more than ordinary merit vite correspouduicc with Mill men And we believe wo shall have public &Thomaa The State Board years the worst cough or cold in one night. It cuts tho mucus without exertion or straining, and stops the oougli at once by soothing the inflamed For Whooping Cough, Aathm-i- , parlK. It Invigorates the rcsniratorv In the spring the birds are singing Bronchitis, or Coiisumption.no imHi-cin- o As they build their summer honje, organs and lung tissues witii renewed equal ('ousscn's iluin-yoTar. Blades of grass apd buds are sprining, vitality. Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and O'er tho mead the cattle roam. TYintllntirill nf fionrof ntvti la A Ql. In the spring your blood is freighted inayS-lThomas. , whites, 2.191; colored 2020. With the germs that cause disease, The Rockcastle (Jotintv Fair AssociaHumors, boils, are designti-d-. Ballard's Snow Liniment cures Rheu tion has announced its fair to occur at Signals warning you of these. matism, Neuralgia, Headache, Sick In the spring that tired feeling Broadhead, August Headache, Sore Throat, Cuts. Sprains, Mako3yon every duty shirk, Bruises, uiii bores. Uorus, and all nam Makes you feel like begging, stealing, CUBAN RELIEF cirer and iiifldinmatiou. The most penetrat j I ollc..ciiralKlannilTontlisch- leather than engage in work. ing liniment in the world. Price 25 But there's something known that will a and Summer CoaipUUuus. Trice. 25 Outs Perry and etits and 50 cents. Man to health and vitror lead. Sold by Ferry & Thomas Successors to W. O may3-lThomas. You will find Hood's Sarsaparilla White. Just exactly what you need. Dewey Franklin, the armless and lee. Perryville woman has a hen 14 years may3-lless baby, of Couway, died last week. old. James Hun has given up tho ComNinety Per Con!. mercial Hotel in Cincinnati. Tetter, and Kczcm.i. Of tho people are afflicted with some The intense itching and smarting inciform of humor, and tins causes a variety TEA cures dent to these diseases is instantly allayed of diseases. The reason why Hood's piaHf(VtCNUB,AH v sia, Constipation anil Indi- Ly applying Chamberlain's Eye aud sarsaparilla cures when all others fil Many very bad sabi is found in tho fact that it effectually gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cU. Skin Ointment. expels the humor. Scrnftilaalt rheiini, 8oid by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. have been permanently cured by it. Ii is equally officiant for itching piles and ooiisamihll eruptions aro nermnnetlv O. White. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; cured by this great medicene. A free public library was opened at chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites aud chronic soro oyes. 25 cts. per bos . Hood's Pills aro the best family cathar Shelbvville last week. tic aud liver tonic. Uontlo, reliable. Many a fair young child, whose pallor I Dr. Cady's CcndiHen rnvnlcrs, arc sure. has piizzehl the mother, until she has just what a homo needs when in bad Tonie, blood purifier and Thomas Eves aged 45. was drowned suspected rightly her darling was trou- - condition. They are not food but in tho Kentucky river last w.eet at Lil bled with worms, has regained the ' vermifuge. rosy hue of hoal'h with a few doses of medicino and the best in use to put a ian! 's nrry. White's Cream Vermifuge. Price 25c. i horse iu prime condition. Price 23 3euts per package maylMin Unless a woman eats sutflcient nour Perry & Thomas. isiiing loon sue can neither gain nor keep a good complexion. Food, when digested, is the base of all health, all V Ktrengih and all beautv. Herbine will 3$4. 3bIx 3&C aire help digest what you eat. and give von the clear bright, beautiful skin of health. Price 60 and 75 cents. Perrv "TheyFUTbeFeetasNaturelntendeu." f m 23-2- 5. h Planter purchased the Gus Murgolen stock of Groceries from Million & Greenleaf, we will continue the business at tho Tlitvinp; tl, m m Salt-Rheu- m SAME STAND, On Main Street, next door to the Richmond National Hank. We will keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES. We have alread' added largely to the stock, and yxni will find most anythiug kept in a first-clas- s Grocery. The public is cordially invited to cull and inspect our stock and get our LOW CASH PRICES. Yours Ver' Respectfully, Phone 107. may3-4i- r' J. Te, Beasley. NS H xc jfx jt g N g Ng g N jj - may3-li- n INTRODUCTION OF THE FAMOUS dered a stop put to negroo excursions, to prevent ine spreai. oi small pox. Soreness of tho Lungs is a forerunner of serious trouble. Bell's will banish Pine-Tar-Hon- ey of health has or By the forelock if you want the m benefit of the One-Eourt- h 1 On all Heavy Goods such, as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Un- Mj -- OFFii tier wear, Hats, &c. is :;. 1 for sale. Thev buy opinion decidedly with Us, when we that it Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, say occupy has fallen to the lot of few to as various ami iniDor.ant Dry or ureen. write tneiu. apro-ustations in the public's gift with so large a share I approbation, as lion Fcr Ssnt. for Curtis 1'ield liurnam. house now occupied by our distinguished fellowWe wish and The store on Main street, will friend many more years of citizen Mrs. - P. Todd usefulness. be rented for remainder of this year, surroumled oy ins largo ana devoted possession given July 1st. J. E. family. mySl-t- t GitKKNLEAF, Assignee. "Sitosman, vet friend to truth I of oul sincere, A Dace to go. In action faithful, and in honor clear! For luscious bananas, ripe apples, water, fresh cakes. cold ice cream-sod- a nice candies, tobacco and cigars, go to A. iinelle, next door to old Post Office. Headache, biliousness, heartburn, ln41 Hostauraut open day and night. cestlon, and all liver Ills are cured by xprlO-owho have lumber I- soreness. It will allay the inflamma tions and prevent farther progivss of the disease. It is the most 011 means of curing coughs, cold and bronchial nirectinus found in the aimaU of medicine. All druggists sell it. The State Hoard of Equalization raised the total assessment by twenty mi lions of dollars. Pr. that "JENNBSS MILLER" Hygienic Shoes for Women! W We have secured the "exclusine agency" for the famous JEN- W NESS MILLER HYGIENIC SHOES FOR WOMEN, w? These shoes are now being introduced throughout .the United States, and are the finest, most comfortable, durable and. graceful Shoes made. Made of specially tanned "Velvetta" kid, which is as soft and fine jjjk as its haina implies. Cut on scientific anatomical principles, and fit the'Ieet as nature intended. ,.. Wo unhesitatiiigVy recommend them arid guarantee thorn to give k absolute satisfaction.. ' ESPOn)y to be had of us in the city- - a a a ui tt rj The Clolliier, The Shosr, T! Halter, TI.e Fiiriis'uer. mi Manv old soldiers now feel the the hard service they enduring tho war. Mr. Geo. S. Anderson. i Rossville, York county, Penn., who saw the hardest kind of sovico at the front, is now frequently troubled with rheumatism. "I had a severe attack lately," he says, 'and procured a iKittle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It good that I would like to know what you would charge me for one down bottles." Mr. Anderson wanted it hoih for hlg own use and to supply it 'V.'n. Todd's Sentence Commuted. to his friends ami neighbors, ns everv On "Wednesday of last week Lt Gov family should have a bottle of it in Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. Worthington commuted to thirty ycirs their home, not only for rheumatism. imprisonment the life bentencoof Win Better givo a scrub cow good care but lame back, sprains, swellings, cuts. Todd, white, sent up for lifo from this hrtuses aud hums, tor which it Is uncounty in 1804. for the murder of his than a thoroughbred cow scrub care. equalled. Foi sale b y Perry and Matt Todd brother. niav3-lThongs. Whooping Couh. I hail a Utile boy who was nearly di M. It Jones has been upnoin'od po.st Mr. Kiaupin's House Burned. itf fvinti ull nffTiMr rt ti'lmiinlii ... .111. naster at HodgevtHe. Boyle enmity. Shnrtlv nftci ii'ton on Thursday t Ii neighbors recommended Chamberlain'. . .. . 1. T ,r.i r ., mv Mnniuoiicd til tl te rt.... - .1 the department Nothing has ever been produced to voiign xieuK-iiyi mi o h- iiiiisk uu ea.-topart of the city oit arcount of nuv nipdliritih would IihIi liiin. hot it equal or rompara with fabler'a Hsiek-ey- o lilmilriL' of Mr. Calvin Manom the i ft giving bin) a few' dtwew of that rem I'ile Oititmeiit as a curative and ri'silein't;6i llylme row. Tliebuiidm eiy 1 lio.iceu no improvement, am nni)lict!on tor l'Hnu. very combust ibla it una home Cured nun entirely, lt bi'imtof fame and blind and bleeding, external fr inter-im- l, wn.n a wreck itiu fire liuldi to the lvst medicine I over had int and Itching and Bleeding nf the work with tlSin himo. .1. L. MfoitK, io(jtb IJurx-i.trould drP'shy" Recto me. Tho relief 111 immediate and Ji4e. Loss uK.ui $1,500," largely euro mfuilihte. Trice ow town, r.i, tor sale by 'Perry ai lMtlp, sared. - HMy&lhi tubwsT&e, Perry k'V.MHuti, inXklay3-IThomas. Constipation Hood' PHI h j 7 i ... &4 - fik BUTTON AND LACED $3;50. . rn p mm & uuutm 207 ; R PPPI1 Main 8treett Richmond, Ky. Went b-f- t uj -- a c Our Goods AND Here's Your Chance. Some Exlraordinary Offers by The Climax. you can't County Court Days. Our Prices a. The Climax wants five hunrednew subscribers by the first of the new year. In order to reach this end, some extraordinary inducements M ill bo made. Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers. The Climax and The "Week- Compel you to trade with us when you give us ly Louisville Dispatch, SI. 25. The Climax and the Home trial. and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's Caufoknia. Fio Stkup Co.. illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting' them in the form most refreshing to the Courier-Journa- l, taste and acceptable to the system. It Twice-a-wee- k is the one perfect strengthening laxaboth for one year $1.60 tive, cleansing the system effectually', dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and "Weekly gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and subThe Climax and Ohio Farm, stance, and its acting on the kidneys, $1.90. liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal The Climax can also fureffects of the well known remedy, Srnur of Fias, manufactured by the 41a The ladies cannot be deceived by catch'' phrases nor All bombastic claims. we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the lamedicinal qualities of the the United test goods, and when you taste, but theobtained from senna and at reduced States or remedy are rates. plants, by a other buy you know you have known aromatic California. Fiomethod Syrup to the Co. only. In order to get its beneficial ABUSE OF POWER. the latest, to avoid imitations, please what you effects andthe full name of the Company goods. Is that remember Worthington ia Acting want? If so, trade with printed on the front of every package. running theGovernor mill and restoring pardon up-to-da- a strong throat and lungs. It's when these are weak that the germs master. The body must be well supplied with fat. The danger comes when the blood is poor and the body is thin. If your cough docs not yield, and your throat and lungs feel raw and ore, you laxative. should not delay another day. In the process of manufacturing figs nish any paper published in Take are used, as they are pleasant to the Europe hold in or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. stantly taking them into our The Climax and the Louis- lungs. why Then don't we all have ville daily evening post, $3. this disease? Simply because The Richmond Climax and these germs cannot gain a foot- Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, "second Monday. ' Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Did you ever try to dodge the rain-drop- s? Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Did not succeed very well, did you? It's just Monday. as useless to try to escape from Winchester, Clark countv, fourth the germs of consumption. You Monday. can't do it. They are about us Versailles, woodford county, fourth on every hand and wc are con- Monday. ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Tlino" KemeCty, siuioiais sit g - - - '"-- "' i , Them TONE OF THE REAPER AND WHISTLE OF THE SONG BIRD DOWN ON THE FARM. Is tho best lorFenuteTrosMes- - Correct all lrrcKUl.irUlosin IVmalo Ortrans. Should bo talce't for Cainre ol Lite nnd before Piasters "Old Tiirc" Remedies tlUVO stood tne test for twenty years. JfaJoonly by New Spenn-- r Medicine Co., Chat-- t no c. i ncaee. ChtU-BIrt- i. te CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. While AND Gibson. Who can think of tome simple tbtog to patent? PpnlivF Tnn. MnU! thT TOUT brim? YOU Wealth. Patent Attor-neyWrite JOHN WKUDEHUUIIX ft CO,1.8)0 prize oner Washington. D. C for tbelr and list of too hundred Inventions wanted. Wanted-- An Idea WiH.Hoshal&CD Commission to citizenship convicts at a rate hereSAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVIXXS. KY. NEW YORK, N. Y, tofore, unknown, except Bradley's acts For sale by all Druggists. Price SOc. per bottle. in restoring to citizenship just before Jan5-l- y the November election, 189C, hundreds of negroes ami the worst characters CALDWELL'S in the State, solely for political purposes. Worthington is daily turning INDIGESTION. the criminals out of the penitentiary sociewith almost au utter disregard ty and the administration of law. Satuiduy he set two murderers and one defaulter free and restored olio convict RANGES to citizenship. What a contrast between this weat, vaccilating, sickly sentimental Worth-ingto- n and that resolute, sterling Roosevelt, of New York, who, in the interest of society, good government and the administration ol tho law, permitted a woman to be executed for SDR. PEPSlW II -- I35- ECONOMIST Ambition very often causes a boy to leave tho farm to seek fortuno in tho All druggists soil Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. city. Miftfortuno, however, very often causes the lad to turn his fine toward tho homestead again. We should think it would be more pleasant to plow a stubborn mule through u stumpy field than to be cooped up in a sinokostaiiied factory where breezes and sunlight arc unknown. The attraction of the city are many but the attractions of the country are more. One field of waving wheat is more beautiful than a "picture on canvass. The tune of the reaper iii tho dale bears with it an inspiration swceler Cod-Liv- er of Oil with Hypophcs-phit- es than that issuing from the silvci horns once. It will heal the of a theater orchestra. at The hillside and valley are paiks coninflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well. Tho structed by hands of nature; they are digestion becomes stronger, the surrounded by no iron fence, nor guard mm mm irf a appetite better and the weight ed by an officer of tho law; tlioj have no uecorations save the grass and trees increases. The whole body be- aud vines nne-Bar-non- ev and streams. Tho only comes well fortified and the germs of consumption cannot music is the warbling of the song bird Nature's most natural remedy, improved by and the tune of tho breeze. Who is gain a foothold. science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive dissatisfied with all of this niajmifl- It's this nourishing, sustainCure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces ing and strengthening power cence? If you are looking for attractions of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-woof SCOTT'S EAIULSION that turn your eyes to the west, east, north mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g made it of such value in and south and you will find them-Ihas you aro looking for gold, crack a cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed all wasting and exhausting membranes are healed and soothed so that thero blacksnako whip over a mule's back diseases. is no inclination to cough. and start the plow through the soil and roc and $1.00, all druggists. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS you will find it. If you are looking for SCOTT 4c BOWNE, Chemists, New York. Bottle 8 Only. 25c, SOc. and $1.00 Sizes comfort go out in tho fields and bury FACTS AND FIGURES. vourself in the blooming clover and you BE SURE YOU GET I AM 08 YEARS O LD.and never used Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-ly- r G.White. cote's Emulsion repreeni-found prrixtiy satuiact!?. GKKATC3T B ARC! IS 100 MKR UAU1I VYt iJ jvvr Kl.97t? im?Di icfw uur opeciai uuer rnco Slb.aU . and freiirht chn;. Tbe ma Lne neiKb M.ch M0mi!s. 120rwvindand the f rrltrlit wjll a enee 75 cents GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIALin jour wu home. anf we wil return your tlo M a .j Uajr you aro not irif't'd. w nn !tf frmt uir (ndn i( Srwlar KtVUt at iS.5l), CtO.OU. fll.C't. tilca. f i:.IX)a4 up, all fIly dorrihed In Ur frrf Srwlne but 515. 50 farUU DROP DESJw CABINET BUSDICJC is mo ereaiest vaiue ever ouereu ay any nouc GfiASt DROP CABINET BU80ICK ou can examine tUa. itc fcyfreittC. U. l. jour nearest, iirllit depot and ir ei&j-ujMACHINE out AiinsriKl . as ana we will seiui you oaa high TH 10 JR OROCR rVFr--ffrW JA fccs!2s73Sia D I i J T fr til W vi fill Yertlsmentu, ottering various tndneementR. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS isMiitvwa TVnr THE KKLIAJILK all) TUMI JXK who ct'PT oar naritlae under various names with ton triced la Caisac tad Icara wb are concerns a n !M w VI.TMVA-T- i DR, BELL'S i h iwh n Thine riOO niUMU-U- , one f4nfrMU Mtftltj lO ! tt V l Miff tlh.. rtaM cr "rL, with IVil Innirlli ta )e m bcnrl in r;.mi. f ? porn . ; I. frirw. m drawer, liie&l jiimi',r; r, tr rr iJUca' i .tj;s I in . 11. o.--t i.lrlH T. c arlup in ltre'!:c f u ji u 1. mth-i tnet Urvr UltH Arm h--l rKe fURituta!: bi".n ,'tr- ;- irpatei.t f ir.irfhnttl' a Ho tic botibin vlti'Ier, hbrawi. unproTeil loe wheel. adjtiitalil rxtr f. .u ; iii'pnMCil u imcr. pat ni neenie imr. itpni (irewr'itni iipm Km . iorj r iwl t nifv m GUARANTEED (he IJffli:l rwaZ, ittarfff j Instruct Jn Ba frr itTB aiiachaifnt lsfaraUhed and r ujt lMw.nTrtpfirin rtn it and do either ma In ri dot . a of finor v mHt.-tS.J&'- i A 20.YEARS' TtTTJTJTNfl OITATtANTrEE U lent wiLl every t" lr nee ami ewramf (Ms n.acblne. on IT PflCTC Vftll PUnTHIHf; ' at JJ wth tbne ynurntrelterTer K'litnt $''C,,( m iiien li phimwj jon irtiiTiBi; in SDU.tJO, " ri"."''. 1fh!n (hrr msmIIxi m the $15. 5'"). TTC T(l itKTtltX TOl'R dtlS.&ll If at av tvt frelekl arral i... Co. are thnreartly reliable -- FdifT i aeiMiiaa. OBUSBTO daX, imiT DKHT. (Sears. Address, !i SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) a&2 M.uKHYTiiEnr.TM.YKr.i:iN .vmi's::( M' i: Y SOUDQiUSTErt SAVVEP I Y. AN t MKtir mum rwi.vr or ktlkt uka.'K vum.i: aAira, 'titii OAK CA V. Hit HnW jr Chicago, apr5-6- m Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED will find Merchants.. yallle, m and m. O. Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, Telephone A11 7346. information regarding live Consign stock cheerfully furnished. sept7-l- y your slock direct to us. Roofing, Guttering and General SP Job hands as Bradley's and especially CO Worthiugton'6, it becomes a menace to society and not only nullifies but brings tho whole purpose and administration of law into disrepute. 'Winchester Bulgaria has securod a loan in Vi murder. The pardoning power was reserved enna of $50,000,000. to tho governor as a safeguard against Japan had more than a hundred rail tho abuse of law by courts, conspiracies road accidents last year. in the wrongful conviction of men.etc, years of war Spain has had thirty-onbut when that power is lodged in such during the present contury. o it. In the city the attractions are artificial, in the country they nro natural; that's tho difference. In the city your ambition Is likely to be dwarfed, in the country it is likoly to be gratified. Ex. any remedy equal to Dr. BeU's Pine-l- ar Honey. Xtglvcsqnlckamlpermanentrellcf in frrip as well as coughs and colds. It makes wafc 1 tines strone. Mrs. 1L. A. Uctcalfe, PeUucaa, Ky. For sale by Perry & Qr Ball's PiRt-Tar-Hen- ty 1863. Thomas, successors to W. G. White. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Sun. Tiat Tliroulinrf.llcailaclio Sealed Bids. Sealed bkla will be received by J. N. Culton for the erection of a new church, Just beyond Water Works, on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike, up to Friday, May2S. For further particulars call on David Cbenault, Sr., or J. apr26-tN. Culton, this city. d Mil. i S. F. Rock, t X "Work. CALL AT X X Tub, audi for: X X X SAfc SoTtvarlo X 3Vccv&tTvt ixvs.. SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. a-- Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- panies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. i1 X Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the cit' are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- te tin X f the Prudental, yon are offered the Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best We will not transact business with irrespon- sible companies. 26 Second Street, UpStairs. Je2-l- y Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Phone 3. Second St. RICHMOND, KY Who can think Wanted-- An of eome simple thing to patent? Protect your ldea: ther mar brlnz tou wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEKBUttN ft CO, Patent Attor. Wahiniruin. 0. c. fur their prite os),list of two hundred Invention $1,801) tod. oaer and wan Idea BLISS RO. fmkWh am m mm. The Great U now ullliiu J days treatment I rrneli of FJRUGJCOII rny LEGAL TEST 1603S. Itecord 2:29!i, fourth heat in a race on a half mile track. Sired by the (Treat Electioneer (the only horse with 167 in 2:30). LboalTbst'8 1st dam by "Don Victor," by 'Williamson's Ilelmont;" 2d dam Minnie, by son of Hambletonian 1": 3d dam Laura Kecne, by Hambletonian 10, all prod urine dams His sire. Electioneer, stands ahead of any horse, living or dead, both as a sire of extreme speed and 2:30 performers, and his son. Chimes, is the champion trotting Hlallion, as a sire of fast and consistent race horses, having to his credit seven with average records of 2:111.4 , a distinction which is not equaled even by the great George Wilkes or any of his sons. The public is well acquainted with such noted performers as The Monk, The Abbot, Fantasy, Tommy Uritton, Janie T., etc., from year to year the leading stars of the truf. The get of this great horse also bold the records for yearling, and trotters. Lboal Tbst is 15 hands high, fine weight, with a perfect disposition, lie goes with a shoe in front and behind, and is quite a handsome horse. Will stand at S15.00 to insure a living colt. three-year-o- ld four-oun- Hon. T. M. Goodnight aud Mr. Joe F. Waters wore here Monday and told orihr u.r of Iti;(;E.i:itO. Yotine men will re. us a brand new Democratic newspapers saliitlu-lmanhood, and Olil Men will rrcovet thi'tr youthful or. It Invigorates and restores tc advocating the freo and unlimited full llitiui litor, nil sufferers fi 0111 Seminal Weak, ncsx-s- . Impotency, Varicocele, Spcrmattorhca, coinage of silver at tho ratio 10 to 1, Nightly r.mlsilon.. Lout Ilraln niul JlU'xruI.ir Power, without the consent of anyother NaWeak Memory. Wakefulness, Evil Dreams, Dependency, Lack of Conndrnce, and nil effects of self, tion in the world, located right on top alnw. or final csrevi and Indiscretion, which nnftu one for liuMnox.. study or marriage. It EU EM: ICO of the Chicago platform, and red-hgoes at once to the root of tho disease-th- at Is why it cnrei. It h tho greatest Xcrr Tonic In the world for Hon. William Jennings Bryan for -- th it Iswhv Itglies Visnrnnd Action and restores President, will be launched at Stan'hei'Ireor Youlti. It t a marvelous Wood Is why the Tlnii ;low comes hark lo ford in a few weeks with themselyea tV nilerhrrli. Inlst upon having II U BM'.ltO. fan tic carried In vet IKxkct-- liy mall fU.OM er as the editors. They propose for it to lix, t six frr S3.ft. Wc chirrfully refund be a visitor to every household in Linthe rmnrv where tlx boxes do not effect a cure. coln and adjoining counties and will Circulars free Aildmsthe American Offlco of print over three thousand the first BORDEAUX MEDICAL issue, tho subscription price being For sale in Richmond by Terry & Thomas. Druggists. only $1.00 per year, and it will be an scpt21-leight-pag- o paper with the news of the whole world. They said they wero meeting with the greatest encouragement from people in Lincoln, Boyle, Mercer, Casey, Garrard and adjacent counties and now is tho time to climb Into the band wagon. Mr. Goodnight is a lawyer of rruch ability. Everybody kuows Joe Waters and what kind of a fellow ho is. Lancaster Record. lo-- .t ot lurl-tlcr-lh- at Is positively cuarnnlrt.il to cure the most complicated exso of Nervous Debility, or Wastlne DlHrn.sc It acts powerfully anil iiukUy. A Sew Man, I'hy .trail v IVrfcct. Is llir REMEDY erry Ainrrlran. Whould quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thous ands of sufferers liavo proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They made pure blood and strong nerves and build upyour health. LITERARY NOTES Easy to take. Try them. Only 23 cents. Money hack if not cured. Sold by "Green Withes," by Jeanuetto II. Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 Walworth, the poworful complete novel in the June issue of Lippincott's MagaIN THE BLUEGRASS. zine, is a tale of strong human interest, "We have been about a little in our touching, as it does, on one of the vital time and seen this great country from questions of tho present time. Mrs. the lakes to the pulf and from one ocean Walworth gives to environment its full far toward the other, but we have never value in leading the reader from tho old beheld a more beautiful portion of world to tho new. How pathetic is the millionairess God's footstool than a "fly" over Boyle, situation of the Mercer, Jessamine and Fayotte dis- daughters whom we meet in Rome I closed at this time of the year. The Then the vigorous, independent herorich foliage of tho trees "on a carpet of ine of the later paces. Both are hareternal green, the waiving wheat, the moniously and artistically set forth. corn fields springing into vigorous life, The snapping of the green withes of with handsome houses dotting the convention, and the inevitable awaken landscape of hill and dale flecked with ing are told iu a forceful and interesting fat cattle and horses, go to form a way calculated to arouse' the deepest kaliedoscope of changing beauty that sympathy. makes the heart swell with wonder and CORRECT. praise. "With every prospect pleasing, with women beautiful of face and exchange wants to know what is ravishing of figure to woo and win for An home without a nowspaper, and Tom sweet and loving wives, the man that Davis, of the Maysville Ledger, jumps could be vile in 6uch a country, under up with this reply: "It is a place Buch circumstances and in such a lap where old hats are stuffed into broken of luxury, deserves to to banished to where the wife looks like a the Dry Tortugas, or some other place windows, bag of wool witli a string around the equally as bad sounding of name, thero to feel forever the tortures of that crown center, where the husband has a panorama printed on his shirt front and the of sorrows, the remembering of better neglected children wipo their noses on things. Stanford Journal. theirthirt sleeves." ill-fat- people are said to have the best foreheads and evobrows. High cheek bones always indicate groat force of character in some direc . tion. A polite Chinaman considers it a breach of etiquetto to wear spectacles in company. British consuls are now required to send important trade reports aud news by telegraph. English-speakin- g If the gold combination can induce ninety-five per cont. of the Democrats to surrender the control of the party to five per cent, who only promise to re- Monnments; Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. main Domocrats upon the condition that they bo allowed to rule the party, they will by so doing prevent a couple of million dissatisfied Republicans from joiningthe Democrats. In this way, and this way only, can they prevent an overwhelming victory lor tho pcoplo on the Chicago platform under the leadership of Bryan. Silver Night-Watchma- Krrtofc37ssi BBgasi Eis2S5ss isatCTia FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who arc contemplati'iip buying Mnrlilo, Grauitu, or nny kind Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to call at the old stiind in th rt ;ir of the M. K. Cliiiri-- on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all clanws t buyers. J6fjMu. W. G. GOUOHEIf, ono; of the best workmen in Centuil Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment nnd this means satisfactory work in every phusc. Parties living at a distance should write to us for design, which will bo furnished on application. i 3ittsburg Central Stock Yards, EAST LIBERTY, PA. A housekeeper down in the "neck" has lost a miscellaneous assortment of articles during the past year. The other day she rinsed out her tea kettle and the following is a careful and conservative inventory of what she found therein: One fine tooth comb, one OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. Jpg- YOUK PATI10XAGE SOLICITED.-- - a sock, buch of paddle, baby's shoe, one padlock, one keys, some hairpins and other light articles too tedious to mention. This reminds us of a bachelor cook who missed a rat for a long time, which finally turued up in his coffee pot. Adgotator. Best Distributing Point East op Indianapolis for Balti Eastern markets. more, Washington, Philadelphia, JHMES T. HAMILTON, ruxrinnninruinniTnnrinnruxnnr Proprietor. GRADE New York and all Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock. I HIGHEST Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. PRIVATE HORSE SALES ETERY WEEKDAY. A young married lady got on the train with her new babe and didn't have time to purchase a ticket in advance. She tendered a five dollar bill to the conductor for hor fare. As tho official' took the money he casually glanced down at the baby and inquired: "Haven't you anything smaller?" meaning the money. She replied: "No, I've only been married a year and this is my first child." President McKInley would not force him out of the Cabinet, but would bq rejoiced if Secretary Alger would throw up his job. If the President will gentd ly but firmly bull doze tho Secretary into eating a morsel of that canned beef for which he is responsible, he wilf throw up anything. Glasgow Times. bull-hoade- SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. maj31-3- BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN LADIES' COLUMBIAN Sell Your Hides Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. "We and buy your Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. RICHMOND, KY. are the only factory in the United States s1IIhr direct te rf4r. guarantee our (roods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given. give more options than the regular dealers. You can hare your choice of color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, large 5 sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc. 5 WHITE FOU CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, All We We We we require is $1.03 down, balance payable after examination. f pay the Ilighcst and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. Tiitjuman Grocery Co., Cor. Main and Cheapside. COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., C apr2G-3- j NEW PAPER AT STANFORD. CLEVELAND , OHIO. p xnsu A POPULAR WEDDING TRIP. miuiJUTuinnixruvririririJUUTnjtruuim rasa s o inrtJtrinjuiruinnjtxinrtanj If you want a dolightful wedding trip whore you are not likely to meet acquaintances, take one of the D. & C. new steel passenger steamers to the Island of Cool Breezes. Staterooms nud Parlors reserved thirty days in advance. Send two cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet. Addross, A. A. Schantz, o. r.A., D. & C, Detroit, Mich. Chattanooga says that Governor Bradley and several members of his staff are to be summoned to appear in Court at Chattanooga to testify in a case against the Mountain City Club, as well social organization, which charged with selling liquor after 10 o'clock at night, tho hour which the law says the sale of liquor shall cease forthe night. Tho offense was committed, it is alleged.during the late visit of the to Chickatnauga Park to assist in the exorcises of unveiling tho Kentucky monument. Whether there is any truth in the story that the Governor has been subpoenaed to appear as a witness in tho case or not it is hard to tell, but if it is so, then these porsons who are responsible for tho issuance of the papers are certainly hard push for It is understood that the whole affair is the outcome of tho bitter war that the better class of the people.niany whom, no doubt, are members of the Club, are waging against the saloons Tho indictment against the Club was probably instigated by""the element against which the fight for the regulation of liquor selling is being made. Danville Advocate A special from wit-cesse- s. William Maddox and Dr. M. M. of d, Henry county, Ky., drank a mixture of alcohol and laudanum while on a spree and both died before the day was over." Squire Burt, 103 years old and a yet- a ran of three wars, died at his home nearOwenton, Ky. ji - n sssoseaaaaaavoaaeeeaoneoooooooeoooaooooeei 139 . ... ..9o........i...a..gi.oo.cosoo.oiti ....... ....... ... au m o o mi w1 Vv m GO.823'- TRY IT Women suffering from female -- Tli at s "vliv von want to rag t.linm m a.. I m ai. i nnrrj n 11 E3 ;...eo .seo -- ...o o o .. JLA m ... V ,Jf a a a o o before you buy. our We mean 8S .. . . a.... a... .. On and after January 1st, terms will be 1S99, our ...aaf a a o 9 Ken-tuckia- ns weakness, and from irregular or painful men ses, ougnt not to lose linnf. if $ doctors cannot help them. Phy sicians are so busy with other diseases that they do not understand fully the peculiar ail- delicate organism of woman. What the sufferer outrht to An is tn mve, a fair trial to troubles and Insurance Gasoline ae.... o.. e. SPOT CASH!" -have attempted to rim our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unablo to collect thorn all promptly. Wo are thereforo compelled to soil for CASH that we may pay cash for oU4 goods, and will endeavor to mako it to tho interest o the trade to do business with us. We huvo a nico line of Staplo ani Pancy Crcecrlcs, Quccns'warc and &c. Give us a call, examine our stock aud got pricos. &FGoods exchanged for country produce We Class-ware, o... a... o ...a ...SO a ...so a .. ... a..., o ..e a o 0. a... O... . Spain's Greatest Need. Mr. B. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak norves had caused severe pains in the g back of Ills head. Electric Bitters, America's greatest Blood and Nerve Bemedy, all pain soon left him. He says this grand medicine is what his country needs. All America knows that it cures livor and kidney trouble, purifies the blood, tones up tho stomach, strengthens tho nerves, puts vim, -- QO TO THE- vigor and new life into every mucle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, A gentleman who usually votes the tired or ailing you need it. Every bot- Republican ticket complains of the tle guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by raise in wire. He used to pay $1.80 12 W. Short St, Lexington, Ky. Perry & Thomas, Druggist, 1 per 100 pounds for fence wire (and he builds such fence) but now, since the J. "W. MASTERS, Proprietor. TRUE COURTESY. trust has possession of the wire IndusRegular meals 25 cents. Lodging 25 cents. try, ho pays $3.00. Ho don't like it a Most convenient and centrally located hotel in General Leo was in the cars going little bitr Vc would suggest to this the city. Fine equipped bar in connection. to Richmond one day, and was seated fellowcitizeu, and others like him, that at the end fartberest from the door. he turn his back qn.tho d 60 YEARS' The other 6eats wore filled with oflTcers Republican party,-:- ' Common s'sense EXPERIENCE " and soldiers. An old woman, poorly would suggest this course. Nothing dressed, entered at one of the stations, reforms ajiarty like adversity. As long Rotary Motion aw! and finding no seat, aud having none as the Republican party can win batoffered to Jier, approached .the end tles it will continue to foster trusts and where the general was seated. He monopolies whereby the rich will be immediately rose und gave her his. made richer and tho poor, poorer.- radc marks Designs seat. Sayl'ng: Copyrights Ac. Anyang sending a sketch and description may Instantly thero was- - a genoral rising, quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an each, one offering liisfsoat to the general, .' Richard Thompson, ono of the most invention Is tirobablv oatentabta. Cnmmnnlnw Iiandbookcn I'atcnta tionssuicurnonDdenthu. sent free. Oldest aireney for securlnirpatenu. Buthe calmly said r '"no, gentlemen, prominent rnoti' in Fleming county, Patents taken through Monti & Co. receiri iftliero was not aeeat-f- or the Infirm was sitting on his horso in FlemhiPK- nmtct, wunout coarse, in ins rtruu old woman, there can bo none for me." burg talking to some friends wheu ids Tho effect was rcmarkablo. One linrso took fright and collided with a A handsomely IlluKtratM weekly. Tirecst oj liny sclentMo Joiimol. Tcr.nn. tl after another got nut ol .the car. 'The wagOn. Mr. 'Thompson's head" struck year: four months. L tc34b7ll nennlcaler a Tn Ihrt frill nml Scats KHuned lo bo tin hot fi.ir .UfonuJ Hin wflfipl of tlin Mew York 1 Tor tale by Blue Grass Furuituro and, the geneial .and t!)ir old lady soon killed fiiniialmqet lustunfly. Jlo was Unnch Oi8tc,'636 F 6U Wajilneton, V. C Co., lUchiHoiid, Ky. largely connected Iu Bath county. hd the car to tliGoelve. aprS-2- B. H. NEALE. te ...a ...an a a ...a .mi a a a a a .a a Wheeler & Wilson Sevfug Macnlne. On-usin- English Kitchen, which is the true cure nrovided by Nature for all female troubles. It is the formula of a physician, of the hichest standinsr. who liovoted bis whole life to the study of the peculiar to our moth-trwives and daughters. It is made of soothing, healing, strengthening herbs and vegetables, which have been provided by a kindly Nature to cure irretrularitv in thr inpnws T.nn. corrhcea. Palling of the Womb, Nerv ousness, neauactie and Backache. In fairness to herself and to Brad' s. g Alf a... HIGGINS a... ta... MIA! . ..- - a IStllAIIlftl.l.....a..i................. eeaaaaeaaaeaaaaacsaacssaeaeaaeesaasacaa fg I trust-owne- suffering woman ought to give it a inai. a. large ?i bottle will do a wonderful amount of good. Sold by druggists. t Snd for a nlc.lr lUutuated htt book sa the tuWrct. Ike Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. field's Female Bonnlnt fit" FOUND ONLY AT THE trTw Why Suffer Soony ? "Wlicn "a. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY. to euro you. 1 nj; . ELLIS, ..o o .. aaiiwiai . 1 Ball Bearings, & Cash Hardware Store of 5$ 3$ DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. ----- , iS FREIGHT ! 1 MrrrMr.1 .. r i PREPAID. Scientific Jfmerlcdn. i imim m mi mi 11 M FNHIflTH AVE,. WHAYNK XC'K'O For this style new hicli arm stnrin? machine with all attachments war ranted to rears. If machine is not satisfactory in jo day money will be, refunded. Send cash with order. De scriptive circular scut on application. CO-- Plows, Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Champion Bind ers and Mowers, and all kinds of Farming Implements. mehl-l- y 0 DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed; It is the discovery of an ouitncut'pliyaici&ii r Ke Knife ! No iRisrraption of Business! . Tho first treatment brines immediate rulief. It has cured thousands, and will ciiro you. I(. i. o. VlLvJtJv, ijrcri::nnt ncrcuanr, noliiieian and chief of tho Cltaltanocjrt Pico Donartnionh. elvs : -AfUrytrM f sufferm;, DON'S PILE OINTMENT wai mmended l4i ("e. The UiC of cue box effected a rcrri!'c . .t?. I v luntarilv- g.ivc you this statement, hn-iit w.tl lrrt e , Hie stuutloa qi cf bringing your wonderful rcmctly i fill . fcrlng with pi'ec.'' - Price $1.00, Prepaid to any AOdtess. H oil-.cr- s r. J$ DON CHEMICAL COMFAFYf CIIAlTAtlOOaA, TSNfi. , LOUISVH.LE, KV. 1 aU W -, jsWs?'aly