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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 7, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899060701_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): June 7, 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. RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUfelE a RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AGRICULTURAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1899 if NUMBER 1. viifi-aIt is an' astonishing fact tho I06S of rour freight derot and If pigs from birth to an independent exDENOUNCED THE TRUSTS istence is very great. If the cost they 4 lb rrvateU 5ut BtK. DISEASED 'represent', mid Iheir numbers are fully tais jou erer miw Spoke at St Louis to Over 6,000 People And computed, the aggregate would exceed or hm M Of.Ptl Aroused Great Enthusiasm. NO NO PAY cause by cholera". Much the greatthat rmiuiiT tGFJET of er per cent, is lot at farrowing or withMakes the food more delicious and wholesome THE NEW original with l)r. K. .t: K.. yril r.osi- in three days after. Much the larger tirely cure forever any form of Blood or OTAl BNQ POWDCB CO., HEW VOKK. BATTLE OF 1900 NOW ON. $13.00 I Sexual uisrnio. per cent of Ihoso losses is chargeable to Pij years' experience it lathehi) refult ot w nm- rin orr. nir. free the flXOw V life in treatment of Iks STOVE CATALOGUE. iiiifmunsigemenl, As an illustration cf thee diseases. rharpes Tho 'anti trust" biinquet at St. Louis bers'Toost where the spoils collected jidi.iiatop (9 4k3; TM-ule tove Is tire No. 8. OTen Is A CHICAGO GIRL IN CUBA. tho decree of care tequi red to save a n liotnU t ii iron, itr WE CURE SYPHILIS anro flurs. neavy corer. i:nij lin(ai; and prate, lust Tliurstlny was a great success and iu other States can be divided. Socioiy j lot of pigs, a farmer puts it in this way: n Y.vt. heary arv ptrtvd ornament dnLa.dnndtui door, handomv ickei atlon ninny iirnmiuuut Democrats tliiouizliont tntnniln. extra Just now people are startled by the . The American woman commands "If a herd of twenty is in hand with 7? ofThis tcrriblo Blood Toiion, tho terror trtre drcp. pcntltiitfU porrrUia llI rrTnlr. O mankind, yields roadily '& UNIT1JD STATES. the nation were present. Over 6,600 principle of monopoly as It manifests it? tention wherever she goes. The Cuban bed and shelter, without attention at jftfl TUKATUEVr. llewaro to our NEW iarpe taie. J;t rol anrnt-- made, and of Mercury, e fiiml'h ritrK on exra wood craw, ma kin p It a l'otafb, etc. Thcymnyrultiyourrystrm. people were seated when the speaking self in tho industrial trust,and well may correspondent of tho Chicago oJWerr. VK XKS1 K X BIS 1)150 CClKATlrK with time, I expect to save 100 B If you liavo sores in tho nioulh or tongue. Uccord, f.irrowii Tpry ntnve and (narantee wife delirery 10 jour r tati on. Your tcttl dmir would oharreyon rs.oo began, t'ol. V. J. Bryan was greeted they ho startled. The principle, how- telling of tho tho points, roro throat, hair ir ,X. it given attention 120 pigs, if the IA' pains in falling ntit.nunnlcsor blotches. unsophisticated wayB of pigs, or pneh a ttorr. tha freight In only atKut fl.Oi) for eyebrows flO.QU. Addrpn. at htt milcft. ka-owith the moat flattering applause while ever, is the same as that whichniani-fest- s some of the people, says: " stomach deranerment, "Tho Ameri- bf-- t of care U0 at weaning time." tTb aehes, etc., you hava thenro eyes, head-1- 7 j SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (INC.ICHICACO, ILL wcouitary stago being introduced, and the cheers 1J (Sears, KMtnta U Co, u UeroatLlr rtiubl. Xalttr.1 itself in the effort of the nattcmnl cans aro naturally the wonder and Shelby Nuns. drowned the music of a hand as lie ml bankers to secure a monopoly of the amazement of the Satitiagonativcs. ludst nbMiuato cases, and rhillengo tbet' The world lor a case wo accept lor treatment u GRIGSBY & D1UNCEY, Farmers are like editors in ono win uov vanced to the front of the rostrum. issuo of paper money. and cannot cure. Jly our treatment tho entire nervous system of the city is nli..a fi.nl tltn tini. rmir. nffftln. nninil I and that an important one. The our chi He spoke as follows : Tho greenback is the rival of the daily being shocked by the new sights disappear, llio skin becomes healthy, and M? editor gives all his thought and work An actor who visited Nebraska recentAU.ll I Id U 13 JIUMIUIU UUU (IMV. d Clothin its presence is a constant and tho new events since America took I to make the best paper he can aud Jrt General Agents ly upon learning from a Republican menaco to the banks of ibsue. Some, possession. The people hero riiADftMTErirri are ac- forgets tho "business end" 'of his call ffo at prif jtaxtern Kentucky. that confidence had been restored, re- who recognize tho evils that flow from a customed to a very formal way of x young and middle-age- d So the farmer pays too little at- - IT?. men havo their vigor anil viiauiy snipe tirely marked that lie had examined Web- soap trust, seem indifferent to the dan- speech and action. Thev walk .as if j ing. by early abuses, later excesses, mental ster's dictionary to learn what "confi- gers that attend the formation of a pa- every step were studied, and themo.o fplltttm tn tlm Hula fif tlin fnrlri nm. U1V11 OUil.i.ULt, wnrrT. le. No matter tho cause, our (h,clS- - , ( New Method Treatment U tho refuge. farluer8 time8 t dence" meant, and found confidenc.ede-fine- il per money trust. enhghtened talk with the utmost pr- - Ci.peciBlly in the South, directed nearly out stan as 'tru6t," and then he underIWECUREIMPOTENCY Tho principle of monopoly not only ciseness. lne fH I3EST OF THEM ALL 11 wiy all their energies to production, and stood that confidence had been really lies at the foundation of the attempt to of the visitors is astonishing to .. I! them. when the crops of grain and stork madu., rc'iom r lmrin in mimim. cuuui- aro re--1 restored. ff! tion. Ambition, lifo and euergy a man! Will distroy the greenbacks, but it is the the American comes out with his ll'lnewed, and ono feels himself were readv for the market it was Moro trusts have been formed dur- controlling principle that underlies tin hearty laugh, not caring who Isaround, lumped promiscuously on the market UI' among men. Every rose i treated .indi-- 1 I ; Having just recieved from MaIr nH .ii t i.. ing the last two years than existed at cru3ade against silver as a standard and the dainty senoritas look at one with but little attention to the de lul success, no mailer wnai ail) yon, i nila a half a car-loa- d of Mattings, the beginning of the present administra- money. Between ISoO and 1SG0, when mother in wonderment. An American consult ui confidentially. Wo can fur-- 1 nish bank Iwmls to guarantee to accommands of the trade. The successful tion, and the nominal capttalzation of the production of gold was increasing, girl is the most interesting of all sights we invite the public to call and plish what wo claim. the trusts now in existence approaches, and the production of silver was small, to them. They watch her in silent larmer and stock raiser of the present C'. itninK a cosrpte'o norcl in every nnm-examine .the linest display ever CURED day studies the markets, plants to r ,1 .1 mi ) (.n iirc finnntltyor Useful li it does not equal in amount, the up in price to the fine Pressed three nations demonetized gold and gave amazement from the time she appears meet the demand, and uses his best n. d . at rtaUilpjj reaituitf matter. exhibited in Richmond. We treat and cure; EMISSIONS. world's total supply of gold and silver. to silver a monopoly of mint privileges in view until she has turned No Papers. VAKICOCELE. 8VPIULIS. OLEKT.I wae your the cor- - endeavors to roll his products at the .Yo ririf fin). fW rhfh nm ao STIUOTUHE. IMI'OTENCY. SKCHET r The influence of these trusts IfiU become Early in the soventies the financiers object tQituSic to Juf rrudrra. Thev seem to think the Ameri DIIAINS. I KSATIMIAL lHSCHAKH-K.valuable time looking at small so enormous that the people, without came alarmed at the increase in the can women the most wonderful of all time and place mid iu the manner to It v.nd bo in every household. KiriN'KYand HhADDKli Disease. S3.00 ior year. CONSULTATION FREE. HOOKS i Fnmple books of old stylo job uet 'the must out them. One end of A.K' "H wnnttxl la every tomt, to whom respect to party, are asking themselves production of silver, and conspired U- earthly objects. The Santiago ladies, FREE. If unabln to call, write fori the business is about as important an the m. ist llbmil Inducements will be ottered. how the ovil can be remedied. 11LAN1C Ol'ESTION HOME for papers. "We have a number of destroy silver as a standard money and no matter how hot the dav, always TREATMENT. J. B. LIFPINCOTT COMPANY, Publisher. The purpose of the trusts is to control give a monopoly to gold, the production dress in black when they appear on the the other. Exchange. experienced Pai or Hangers. iflltADCLPHtA. XRS. the product of some article of merchan- of which at that time was stationary. I'laza do Anna at la tarde' for the usual The craiu trade of this country aud I ST dise, and the methods employed aro, .The standard money trust is not o'iilv evening's promenade. The other even- - abroad continues to guess as to ArgenPROFE-V(ONA- I L CARDS. o More first the union of all individual facto- the parot.t trust, but it is iu the han"u ng an American girl was there In a tina's wheat surplus available for ex122 W. ries tinner one management or in one of foreigners. blood-re- d Al 0S173Y3. costume, made of some kind port, now moving forward in a moder CINCINNATI, O. corporation, aud second, tho crushing Tho Republican party is nppotent to of thin, flowing gauze material. She ate wav to A csterit Europe. Esti foi banning than those who cut up out of new rivals. A monopoly, when destroy the trusts. It is controlled bv promenaded with young United States mates seem to center around 30,000,000 IV. MLLa g once complete, not only dictates to those thoEOwhoaro interested in trusts aud ttlicers, and the raising of the sun at bushels, some authorities naming a and othiTuite destroy your paper. who buy the product, hut it also dic- its campaign funds aud sinews of wa midnight would not have attracted reater figure, y6t not enough to great 1 Pi Kentucky. iutLCU wnn TCKeiaoie tates to thooO who sell tho raw material are supplied by trusts. The policies foi more attention. Hut the tiling which ly disturb values in our own markets. Imi-rtlfHave cured W door to and to those who furnish the labor. If i TV man.r thontand cae in Uir if Warn Tlullding, next feM-ltho important thing is tho fact which it now stands disregard the inter threw tho whole city into a commotion, Hut rdllnl uopeleiA. In tea .iniK r's N iliof yWank. of all symptoms remor-itrusts be permitted to continue we ests of the producers of wealth and give was the appearance of a young Ameri that this is the fourth year iu succes lays at lent f.gf Tcntlmoniala and TXlt SATS Jrealraent free. I, shall find an industrial aristocracy to money a consideration which is can girl on tho plaza riding a wheel sion of partial failure of the wheat crop OK. E. H. CRESS'S SOUS, Box K. Atlanta. Ga, J. V growing up in the United States which to the individual. Abraham Lin and wearing a white costume with a in that comparatively young country, iMONEV-SAVINMEANS Mounted on Spring Hollers, will prove as destructive of our ideals coln, in tho very beginning of his presi- short skirt. Such a thing ns a girl's which has been so highly praised for CALDWELL'S Attokxky NOW IS THE complete, ready to hng, ANYTHING tures as a landed aristocracy would. dential career, warned the country riding a wheel was never before its greatly agricultural possibilities. In KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, The principle of monopoly is incom against the threatened attnmpt to put dreamed of in Santiago. from 10c on up in price. TIME FOP YOU TO This fair epito of large acreage and early prom CONSTIPATION.il patible with our Constitution. Alan's capital above labor in the structure of American cyclist was doubtless out for ise, each season has had its disaster of (ilnr over TaylorV Hardware store, CALL. liouHt', on Main Street. Court necessities compel him to become a tho Government. Modern Hcpublican-isr- u the purpose of having a little fun, and unfavorable w heather conditions, or William Hickors, of Chattanooga, 513. M. urchaser, and where there is but one is fulfilling the prophecy made by she succeeded in astonishing the na- - visitations of iusect pests, with re killed himself because he could not 1KK5G, seller the purchaser is complete at the Lincoln; it is putting tho dollar above ives with an event they would talk sultant final disappointment in the manage his household ATTORNEY AT LAW. 203 ff. IAIS 5TEEET. mercy of tho seller. Where there is about for a lifetime under usual condi rate of yield. The question may well udVThlazty Pablts Kentucky. competition between producers.the pur- the man. IIMONH, Jin cured at home withThe Democratic party is opiosod to tions. No less amazed was Santiago he Hoked whether Argentina, with RICHMOND. KY. out pain Book of parchaser is sure to obtain what he wants the principle of monopoly wheieverit society when a Chicago lady appeared many promising natural conditions, Wall Paper, Window Shades. Painta. Oils, ticulars fnt f RtE. O'.ass, etc , kto:V the largest, rrices always DR B.M WOOL LET CO. office No. 15 First St., up stairs. at a reasonable price. When competi manifest itself. It has declared war on at a fashionable reception in full liven- will soon, if ever, becoino a formidable a. uliice. i North I'ryor St. the lowest. tion is eliminated, the price is control- - the trusts, if ot a little trust onlv, but ing dress. It was a competitor of the wheat growers of HEU neck decolJ. ( A: D. m OlIKNAULT, ed. not by reason, but by the greed of a big' trust as wolf. Not against one lete gown. Santiago women had seen United States. Although wheat is an a the one who possesses the monopoly. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, kind of trust only, but against all such tilings in pictures hut they did universal crop in both worm and cold It has beon said that tho power to tax trusts. Kkntucky. not believe the illustrations true to life couiitnes, grown in every part of the hlllliil. lia 11. UU, ..4.UlMaa,.atkUMW U RuiiMonn, arBurm acaa ncua rjKLun ouuia, ijir.)5nu o. li.,t.irftt is a power to destroy. A monopoly pos freight Sir. 15ryan, although he devoted the until tho Chicago belle stood before world, the close of the nineteenth cent It at your Ton ianlllu flml can examine reprwatcd. nearest to orsn,uciwt, equal I It yivu sLond street, over Chen- - session the power to tax and levy such greater part of ury finds tho United States aud Itiibsin ntall at e.?r.00 Ittoexactly thtitmalMt value yon eTerraw that ana (iiliif on 0IOU.UO, his address to the trusts, them as the living exemplar." &e go- more money, pay others at ir assessments as it will upon tho purchas- touched briefly upon thesilver qustion, practically the only countries which 1e better than orjans adrertlseilPObydays rScr price, S3 1. 75, anil's gmrerVw rreleht airent ear aprrlal - .Mttiefixo.nr sta.il. and frelsht chanrrs. er, and we can no more alford to per declaring that it was an issue that must can be depended upon for a large suiLs than 31.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE e. kiir ike in2: PHYSICIANS. mit such a power to be exercised by pri- be met. The Republicans, being pledgpltts above home requirements. rlro char- iktn. Kairh am alTcp wai attfr pikIf brforf. vate individuals than wo could afford ed to tho gold standard, ho Faid, were DinibLXAxn mrrrrsT l5onof tlAJMEQUEEN kliowti. iU ia.traiau tTtraiad. Krom thi lUus'railuDtome Ideawhich to authorize a private individual to m-- opposed to silver .because it meant tho BRAND ON MAN. of Its 1,'raTed direct t roma photoirraphjoa canfomi DRS GIBSON, & GIBSON, atitiiul appoinncft. oiade from wcur qnarccr iiica the machinery of taxation in order to giviug up of tho standard which thoy NAND SUROEON, iLainUquannUhttoindionMydrcoratedwiidoniamtnled, I'll 5 nch Ulirh, IK ACXKCrSaS ! wt itrt tJVatjIe. 11 : onnds. Cti Kentucky. enrich himself at the expense of his had adopted. lonz, and Richmond, j'. . The place to take the true measure of 4l it octTe, 11Inches aj follow welch TrlarlvaT, i Dti ittip, fellows. Xrlsilla, Clt, Crai, n Covfltr. Trt.-He thon returned to the attack of the a man is not the market place or the Bkla. Ulipaawa Fn iMTit naftiini 1 Of 'cr. l'rF's The Government would be qttilly of trusts, which ho accused of lack of good SrU Ore Strftl iiTict in the Joe t'cilini building, it and o Tptl, lQra4 R4s amen corner, or the forum, or tho field, .tittaf7 rifwQaktlty0r:ma 1 St 4t it Trn Swel Slwia 17- gross neglect if it permittod an individ faith toward the people. Mrret, over ynue .old drucitore. mt 51 r S rralalj Drlltlaal Cl' W4s "A rich man," but his own fireside. There he lays 11 Rif b VrlUw SatMth OUtia Hrrlk, t 9rt r It T1 M RATES TO BUFFALO, J.Y, ual to secure a monopoly, even without lie declared, "who pays his taxes is as acsfl flf I.dlt. rrlacipal Kr4. TII H ACMC Ot HHN .$ Main Street, ( HAS. IlOj PKEIl, aside the mask and you mav Icarn lonronmslortneceicurairaa..tiiurri,nii:nnrCfniy v.tj;---- . l J legislative assistance but it is still more much of a patriot as any man who 3 tuTiil'-sJ.-r-r( rSZTi whether he's imp or angel, king or cur, i,ellnthohlghe.tFrdlntrninentilittdTlthlU. 1MI, efrll., SURGEON, I ETERJNAllY nllxilmul Tm llaa. also lifeK'VJ HSlI LlVfl culpable if legislative act it furnishc swims a river or who climbed up San Via tho Queen & Crescent, June 12and RICHMOND, KY. 13, with liberal return limits, account hero or humbug. I care not what the the means by which a monopoly is se Jnan Hill." tinulvate CAtirw Vtlerinary College. Imperial Council Mystic Shrine. Ask world says of him whether it crown and erery modern HnproTemf4lt. K. cured. The corporation is the means rpJirt'S.p'i'i fji T i,4'!tHS?tS? N t.rrlotrw. KSf?5??77rfV?sWS V. C. Uineak him with bays or pelt him with bad eggs; agent for particulars. iii.iinarck's Iron Nerve now employed by those who seek tos' Y. 1. rin.iry DeitWry and Sterility a Specialty, I caro never a copper what his reput. GUARArtTEED 25 YEARS. VUh sete-- j AiV. oi c. nKtit wh up Main, over store recently accu- cure a monopoly, tnnco the corpora t Was the result of his splendid son. Gen. Pass. Aueut. (marantoe, bfthe written btndLnfr nv Iticnmoau nariieoa w-- i " tion or religion may be; if his babes Ijwuo and condition! of w hlch If tny part glvr out terms apr7-l- y lion is a fictitious person, created by health. Indomitable will and tremen ..in ml. Kyi Trj It one month and A BLIND FOX HUNTER. dread his homo coming and his better-hal- f we repair it free trTrhnrec. If ymi are not prr'-tlw will refund yourmoDuy law, tho power that creates can regulate, dous enoriry are not found where Stom REPAIRING AND TTMEING FINE WATCIIE3 w 500 Ail Work Guaranteed. swallowR her hat evnrvtimeshe has Mtl 'flwl AT of throe onran ilf N arid at HI. i. A SPECIALTY. ONCE. IIOXT 1EIVY. M. D OKIlKIt C. If. Across the Kentucky Itiverlrom Mer restrain or annihilate. To 8ay that the ach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are bill, he's a OUf, RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED to ask him for a Melicine ami Surgery, Government is impotent to prevent out of order. If you want these quali- cer, just back of the Jessamino county not dealt with n aslt yonr nelchlior atjout ns.wrlle oflne Pmcliur Uuildinc. Main Street tho organizations of trusts is to say ties and tho success they bring, use clills. is the modest home of Tom John fraud of the first water, even tho he th. ntiMLh.. nf Ihl. MMrnr U.f mnnlllan N.rinn.l Bank, or German prays night and morn till lie black in companyCorn EichanpWeKat. Bank, Chicago; or$;oo,oim.oo,Eichan;e Bank. Sew Tork or any railroad or einreil Ht' residence (the Our place) on oceiipy entire one of the targeat buslnesa blo.fc in hone T' ha,, .raplial f ew In Chlcairo. that it has called into existence a fictit- - Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Thev de son, a most remarkable man. ruos, I1 J.oe 8KIX ouu..l at :;.oo .d and employ nearly t.a people In oar own buildlnc. nroluwa , peclal the face and howls hallelujah till he Chicago,also erery thlnsr In mm leal Inmrumenta at lowest wholesale prtcen. Write for free upi ontan, piano ul aat ous person, ami that the fictitious per velop eyery powor of braiu and body, Kentucky Mr. Johnson has been stone blind XaiUr.) (Scan, li. itMoxn, bj- - - - shake the eternal hills. But if his and mntral Instrument ratalojrue. Addrera, Fulton, Oeiplaines Saeback Ce. are ttMreafkly rtllawe. ILL. and Waiman Sts.. CH1CACO. SEARS,ROEBUCK &. CO. (Inc.), son created has become greater thau Only Soc at I'erry & Thomas' Drug since early youth, hut notwithstanding children rush to the front gate to greet IS M I'm W. KV the creator. the loss of his eyes, he is one of the : Store. him, and love's own sunshine illumines iu the Richmond, Ky. most enthusiastic 2nd One of the difficulties which has been face of his wife when she hears his Often alone he follows his the encountered in opposing trusts is that WOMAN CANDIDATE FOR SUPERINTENDENT State. Pin.-- ' VN AND HUIKIKOS, yon can take it for granted OF PUBLIC INSTUCTI0N. hounds among tho Kentucky rivei toot fall, Kentucky the trust hides behind the Federal Con that he's truo gold, for his home's a Hti iiMosn. cliffs iu a gallop and with an apparent stitution when attacked by State legisla SB Miss Mary Towles Sasseen, of Hen recklessness that one with keen vision heaven. 1 can forgive much in that fel tion and shields itself behind its State Y LOK, PH. T. J. low mortal who would rather make charter when attacked in tho Federal del son, Kv.. who is a candidate for the would not dare imitate, and though be Mnlirine tuul Sntiyry, No remedv will he complete Democratic nomination for Superin has done this for many years, he has men swear than women weep; who Kkmtucky courts. would rather incur the hat or the whole K ItMnNli with the Fed tendent of Public Instruction, adds n never met with an accident. that is hot Solid trains, finest in tlie South, Cincinnati to world the contempt of his wife. now feature to State politics this year, eral Government. If the extinguish He knows every nook anil crook iu ISx. than amHvldence on Second Street. daily via the Queen and Crescent and ment of trusts is lift to State legislation Miss Sasseon iias made a practical study the cliffs, and when he comes to a veryconriectin;; lines. Throu-- h connections to Tampa, tho public at large will bo victimized as of tho school systems of New York, dangerous point, he dismounts takes A".ia.Tii cr f Jew Orleans, with fast Steamer Service SE1V4 A SURGERY. A mass meeting of Kentucky Method-ist- s Is riffht at hand so is the long as a single State will furnish a rob- - Ohio, Indiana and Colorado, all leaders hold of tho horse's tail and the animal to Nassau, Key Vest, Havana, Santiago, and wiK be held in Louisuille Julie Gib, I in. nil ml in educational matters. She is the an guides him in safety over places where San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. thor and orignitor ot Mother's Day a mis-ste- p of the faithful beast would 7th and 8th. Tho purpose is to arouse ,:c 1 ra.n icrvicc 13 per- - j i LIU T Within the past fivo years she has, un hurl both in.m ar-- horse to certain de a revival spirit, iu the church and to adDESTIST, feet in detail. Fast schedKivwJjrt- - Z&lj v vance the cause of education. At tho 11 KY. aided, securied the adoption of the day struction. Harrodsburg Democrat. TyOUISVILLI!, ules, zi hours to Jackson- last General Conference hold in Mav in a largo number of States and cities, iloor to Government Rnilding, vt..e, 54 nours to l. lOince hours s to Jos. II. Ewalt, of Kisserton, Uour- - 189S, it was resolved that the Southern liko Boston, Brooklyn and Littlo Hock Cincinnati to Tim f ly have had from 10,000 to 14,000 pupils bon county, has sold his crop of tobac Methodist Church would try to raise Havana. j 13 acres that will yiold $1,500,000 by tho beginning of the tweniw.C.F.ikus:o!i ! rooms for rent in line, smginc songs of home and re- co consisting of Four tt. . c.rt.. I V. . aUM'T citing poems in' honor of mother. Tho between 1,800 and 2,000 pounds per tieth century for educational purposes. 3 Clnclna.U. Call at DerMil Office of Dr. Hobacre to the Continental Tobacco Colli' Of this amount the Louisville Conferelfect on character must be for good and does credit both to the heart and head pany, to bo delivered at their ware- ence proposes to raise 02,500, and the to postollice. son, nest -house at Cviithiaua. The price, I0J Kentucky Conference $10,000. At this of the originator. is the highest that any tobac mooting plans and methods will be While Kentucky has never had and enthusiasm on tho subject woman in that olflce, other States have co has been sold for in any of the local markets this year. Cyntbiana Times. will I c discussed. store heavily' had most etlicient State Superintend JENTIST. m Our found is a first-clas- s stocked with every article in Hardware Store, such ents who wore women. Miss Sasscen illlns" flrorerv. name office W. W. liurgin. janii-i- y is a descendant ot families long ideuti as Collars, LTames, Traces, Backhands; etc., lucijori upicd If you ere young you nat4 fied with the history of Kentucky, beNails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. urally appear so. If you are old, why aping a granddaugator of Jndgo Thomas Keep Gooi, Don't 3f pear so? Dr. H. Towles, one of the brightest men of his A well'to-d- o Rhode Island lady, who looks after the sick of her eily, writes t Keep young Inwardly; we I . ji r. n - ry . i . .. . day, and a of Gen. t ... i i will look after the outMu. Wm. Buckley, our experienced tin- wardly. a! ni Samuel Hopkins, for whom Hopkins- ifM M I .11 rf.t hi You need not worry longer is blessed with some good M ner, is constantly in demand, for jfiittering, (3! t wiU be at the Homtimmer, Iticbmond,Ky.,on w.x uuvc villeand Hopkins county are named n 1 .1111.1111uv.-11 c Samaritans. Mrs. Lizzie about those little streaks of juai4... roofing and repairing ,ix inuu;;" ..T ., TIT, . She is a daughter of Phelps Sasscen. gray; advance agents of age. M. Brewer, of 15)0 High WEDNESD Wi, JUNE 14, 1899, erutors, ice rjoxes, w ator uooiors, into We hot be ru, Vicsterly, n. I., l a Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, His liifa Was returning every Undersold wnd Wednesday o. each noble woman who devotes a great deal of time and money every iinyBicuiu tii iwcu month neterei Mr. J. 12. Lilly, a prominent citizen to caring for the sick of Westerly, She has been for teblC-lmonil, Ky. strongest several years one of of Hannibal. Mo., lately had a wondertarrti. friends, and under dato of Starch 17, 1898, she ful deliverance fr6m a frightful death. KENTUCrl UNIVERSITY. writes the following letter to Dr. Hartman, In telling uf it ho saya: was taken Columbus, O., the originator of R. W.CAV, 'jesij(tL Luisgton. Sj. with Typhoid Fever, that ran into All kinds of Fish- " Your welcome advice 13 at hanttf and my MEDICAL, AND COM KRAllV, M Pneumonia. My lungs beoainn hardinor Taeklf : Hooks to privilege J gratitude ii unbounded for the COLLEGES MEItl ened. I was so weak I couldn't o'von enjoy of consulting so renowned a pnystcian Tuition tor Lite and Bible Course $23 a catch up.in bed. Nothing helped me. 1 year sit as yourseil, always receiving sucn prompt More thall Jiu.uw teachers. gymnasium. ThW nm nr fluceeiisiiii aiumm. and satisfactory replies to my questions. f5, from a Sun Perch to expected to soon" die of Consumption, Boctal and moral Ifare of students receive And what amazes me most is that this Vien to both sexes, for Miectal attent onl when I heard of lir. King's Now a Channel Mud Cat. done year after year, ly27-catalogues add reel fe President. ! all 1IU can being certainty, tree otwith tinfail- 1 Ono bottle gave great relief. charge. Did we ever say 51113- 1 continued to use it. and now am well nave lcarneutnatyou nave become to thousands and thousands of thuicr to you about and strong. I can't say fbo much in Its households the same beneficent pralso."' Thfis tunrveldus medicine is ILLINOIS guide and er that you are 7W the tho surest ariil quickdst cure in" the to my household. "As for vour free books. I read world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. iiiwniamt -them everyone, and ircanuro their IT vr Regultir size .")0 cents and $1.00. Trial -jnr r t 0 contents as the choicest wisdom. 1 5 SHOUT LIKE TO urill surely restore color to bottle freo at I'erry & Thomas1 Drug 1 have used In my family eray hair: and it will also Mrs. Lizzie M. Buewkb. 2 Store; every bottle guaranteed. for over four years. I find it a sure -I all the wealth WiTwiJ, i wi y rv Wc your liair T. 3 J !ie- 'lv33r.a1 v ii v ri Mii- - j r --. m o Tvrr euro for all catarrhal affections bo common in this part of tho country. It and gloss of early life. can at all equal Do not allow the falling of This is how a Chinese visitor Iu this cures a cold at once; there Is no cough medicine thatall compare with for la grippe there is no other remedy that can at your hair to threaten you country describes Americans ill u. Chi- ,asnotice in medical journals and from the testimony of my neighbors that the Best Line to 4 longerwith baldness. Do not I Jl. r. IH nese paper: "They live months, "withdoctors seem quite unsuccessful In treating Ja grippe, especially In removing TVell, will see be annoyed with dandruff. later. CiiU and see us. --swa I ARKANSAS, TEXAS, personal oDservnuon in many cases- i amra Ve will send you our book out eating mouthful of lice; thoy eat the aftereffects ol la grippe. is a sure specific for these cases. I am among the hick- a groat that on the Hair and Scalp, free MEXICO bullocks, and sheep in enormous quantisimply because l 5n our eitv. end have supplied manv Invalids with upon request. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL an-- 1 A. fail to ties; they have lo bathe frequently; I am enthusiastic in my faith as to its results. I have never known it tosystem WrKm is (he BmotT. they eat meat with knivm mid prongs; quickly and pcitaanently remove that demoralized state of the human bene-fit- s rallraaiiT,rli.S!ceDlnc Csr leaves Lonli yon It you ilo nol obtain nil the EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. expected Irom the ue of Tllle erery Jrhurpjlay night and runs through they never. anjoy thoniselvesiy sitting which follows la grippe. peculiar to my sex the VlKor, write the doeier about It. lam surithatnoother remedy cart "In cases of weaknesses Probably thew ! acme !ia)ciiltT qiiiotly on tllejryaiicestorjfiigraves, but approach In good results the action of lVnt-na- . Ask Tour tirkpfiatrcnt for particulars or writ It meets all the bad symptoms with, yonr irenerat ynem which CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. tilt H Fmri-- Traveller- 1'assencer Acent . al(y reraored, Suar 1 jump around and kick Tialls'as if.paid to which females are subject. The irregularities and ncrvottsness, the debility J"ain STitEET, Richmond, Ky. Louisville, Kv. j Tutus, vi Mail, 7C cents; sottlcs, 50 Cents. wTiSch alllii't more or less the women from girlhood to change of Lowell, M. l'ree Ueclfnfn:t Chair Cars Louisville to ' ( to do it, and they have iio.dfnlty,.fir .jut uipijiq and Ne' urieans. I wish and overcome by yonr excellent life, are one and all -'.N ite MNM, f. lcuis, they lnay ,li6found walking with every yousg ladv in on:r city could read your Iwok Health mad JJeuty.1 Any WJH. A. K0LtN. A. H.'HANSWPlS ra WH wiui4n." oao wyiHiiitf to inquire K ma farther cau do to by eakosiac a4waip ley eply. O 1. A., ChkafO. A.O.r.AMLoniille, Mi For al Vy I'ERRY & THOMAS, Drujqpts. BRYAN AV4l Baking Powder - MmrmiAiiA r SENO US ONE DOLLAR SSXH'UlLTSZS! utw in99 paUUra UcVcrid RKSKKTOltt OUL 131) niHID lOOk UTUTK, by freight C O..1- - ubjert to ianiln&Uou. MEN. CURE' . ft - imm t hand-otn- per-Y- rail-oa- ai-- i re-ie- UaprS-6- 6 bank-note,an- ri idcc Thou-nnrts- Sale! Mattin it ifj Display! M . m m iLfPPINCOm T 5c. b. 250,000 "'. Kennedys Kergan Fourth St., M - W J&m hjtNKY-AT-LA- -. i y two-thlr- de-ni- jt lC Window Shades, IF G at-La- - SDR. PEPSlW Si Willi, M rSJ ( 31-3- 0 iPiUM send us -- lc-- I OKIE DOLLAR i i Therefore Mm should got our prices on Mattings, Carpets, En rni Lure, before elsewhere. EVILLE tnit n? EXCRESCENT SwQ - ROUTE '! MOBEhM 1 T ONE-HA- lt KN - I JWWm&W.im Ml&&))J& JApPEll, live-doll- Jk LANE, Street, it mmif0 Hondas Havana I IPLOWING TIME! Vulcan Chilled Plow, fes! dBq i - Sor And Bell ed wj)isc Harrows. CenterCut i Loul- . Landman rs. Brewer's Humane Work. 8 hi kii UMAN1TY iu-civc- u 1 TF:,. ' iail. y. '! a: I Hair evci'3'thin im.mms'.?$i are Taylor Bros. TO MANKIND! ji mi y. tf I mil 1 Vigor 'ff' i nd-is- DR TABLETS BUCK m I'e-ru-- New Orleansand alifohni W a. t?ja - xc- w-e yu CURE Ve-ru-- a, n n wninvwnflTaT. ftftftM u. a. danwfiiifUAiJ iiijUurAflz, ' eW $k rrt jars mm, u h&ti, w iw siicut. 1 srrt c The Richmond - Mlss Mahuakkt Ingei.s Isv'a candiMrs. Waller Bennett's reception on date for Enrolling Cleric intho House Tuesday was one of the swellest of the of Representatives, in the event the year. Uweley Covington s band lurnished Democrats win in the fall. music continously during the gaieties. jio.MILL&tT' Proprietors and Editors. Assisting Airs. Bennett in receiving C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. Clay county Republicans held a mass were: Mesdames Matlie McDowell meeting and adopted "resolutions calling Hanger, Jns. K. Bnrnan, O. A. KenWEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, - - 1899. on State. Senator John Bennett, of this nedy aud Miss Sallie Burnam. Tho city, to make the race for Governor. entertainers were: Mesdames It.it. Burnam, Harvey Cheiinult, L. ICBlnn-toFOBUSUtU EVERY WKDNltgDAY BY and Misses" Lucia Barnaul and AnTun Falmouth Pendletonian says: Misses Laura Dennett An net of Congress of March 3. 1800, nie Bennett. Co. regulating tha distribution of pensions, and Bessie Tribble respectively, presidThe provides that when a pensioner re- ed nt the coffee, and punch bowls. The vises to support his family, and upon parorls and dinning room wero beautiThe ytcau, $1.50. reliable evidence of this fact lieing fur- fully festoiied with flowers.delightful, riticis nished the Tension Department at were perfectly Washington, that half tho pons:on be al- and altogether the nllair was a memorlowed shall be paid to Ids wife for the able one. DEMOCRATIC TICK T' support of herself and family. This is a just and equitablo law. C imax. Pigeon Shoot al The Ladles' Fair. Tho handicaps third shoot at tho Ladies' Fair, Friday, promises to be one of tho most enjoyablo events of the season, and will add to the many other n, Climax Printing rjsn attractions of the Association. Tliq,prize in this shoot Is fifty dollars, to be distributed to iirst. 30 per cent.; second, 2T per cent. ; tlMrd,20per cent.; fourth, 15 per cent; fifth and sixth, 10 per cent., and an additional $5 is to be paid for the bpst average. Below is given the list pf entries and number of brids to be shot nt: ; TWKKTY-KICII- T IIIUDS n Estill county, near tho quiet little town, oi Irvine, was norn rnovemncrio, 1872. lo W. W. Park aud Katie Point MaKe er Park, a bright baby girl, "Rosa M. Park, with tender caro and loving inYou me making a. gSdd tegowingiohen fluences, llttlo Rosa's life was molded you commence fo take Hood's SorsapariHa. into a refined, lovablo woman, feho was endeared to every member .of the for .any trouble of your blood, stomach, household, and so grent was her rever kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, this ence for her father that she was never great medicine aJ bring you the good end known to speak hastv or unkind to ing of perfect hcalthi strength and.'vigor. him. December 18, 1892, at the early ago of twenty, sho was married to W. II. Simpson, ol White unii, Aiadisou Good? 'Beginnings Good Endihgs'." m Having removed from First Street to large house on Main StrdCi; n2f to J. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever tg sjKfly fthc..nvt! " ' and finest line of fe; D. M. Chenault, John McOlintock, George Simmons, S. H. Thorpe, John ing. H. Th orpe, J no.;AVagere;'Bow-eiI?Za- i TWENTY-SEVE- county, lo make their t,. homo-brighte- r FOB KAILliOAl) COMMISSION Ell, 3l. DIST. RELIGIOUS. D B. Sliackclfrd, W. 'H TWEXTY JHUDS. . Watts." Berea College lis Intent lo Present Status. COL A- - W. HAMILTON. OF MT. 8TKULINC1. ANNOUNCEMENT action ot the Democratic State Convention. FOB REPRESENTATIVE. FOR AUDITOR. We are authorized to announco JOIIN B. C1IBNAULT, ol Madison county, a candidate lor the office of State Auditor, subject to tlie We are authorized to announce M. H. WILLIAMS a candidate lor the Legislature, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. W. COMBS a candidate to succeed himself inthe next general assembly of the State of Kentuckysubject to the will of the Democratic party. FOB COUNTY CLEKK. KAVA-NAUC1- 1I A KEPUHiiiOAN. mighty clnso to Bradley, says that if Taylor is nominated for Governor there will be no use in that party making an effort to carry the State as it lias tho opportui it v to do if it deliberates and acts sensibly. Taylor was a greenbacker and free silver man, facts not brought out before on account of his obscurity, but since ho has attracted some attention by his stupidity they will come out this time, Tho same person says that the Governor will not help Taylor, and without his assistance he can not be nominated. The Governor knows what nn ignoramus Taylor is and that he could not pass a civil service examination to be a gauger, ranch less if one was required, to be ajgovernor. Interior Journal. Bev. It. J. Hunter preaches at Silver Creek Chapel every Sunday at 11:25 a. in. At a prayer meeting service, in this city recently, we counted nine widows, three married Indies, nine married men, Acting Governor Worthington is Mr. Robert Qulsonbury. of CIark,FnninS ll,c Vatdoa mill and restoring FOB SHE3IFF. was over on a visit Monday. jto citizenship convicts at a rate here-We are authorized to announce JOIIN F. WAGKRS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison cept Bradley's acts Itev. R. J. Hunter.of WJiites Station,ffore unknown, county subject to the action of the Democratic is visiting in Louisville this week. in restoring to citizenship just before party. We are authorized to announce JOIIN W. Miss Laurina Walker, of Crescent flle November election, 1800, hundreds 1IALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for rjheriff, subject to the action ot the Democratic nui, win visit aiiss ibliil WalKer dur- - ?i neirmwi ing commencement larty. We are aeth6riied to announce MARTIN Mr John Murphy, of Wichita, Kan a candidate for Sheriff of Madison OKVTKY county, subject to the action of the Democratic sav, formerly of Garrard county, visited Oldham. At her home near Waco, py- relatives hero last week. Saturday, of paralysis, Mrs. Caudaco FOR ASSESSOR. .Mr. J. Archie Bell, of Shelbyville, Oldham, wife of Charles Oldham, aged We are authorized to announce JOB OLDwill come up on Friday to bo tho guest about forty years. Deceased was a HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison daughter of the late William Howard, county subject to the action of the Demo of Mr. T. Hood Little. and a sister of J. W. Howard, of Ford, cratic party. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Hamilton, daught- and Mrs. Mack Burton, of this city. We are authorized to announce JAS. R. er, and two sons, aro gilests of Mrs. It. Besides a husband, she loaves several XIAKEll a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo L. Gentry, on Fifth street. children to mourn her loss. Burial at cratic pany. Mr. Chas. E. Smith and daughter Flat Woods Sunday. spent Friday at Jackson returning with Democratic Committee Meeting. a collection of mountain flowers. Bev. Mr. Carpenter, of this city, conAt a meeting of the Democratic com ducted services on Sunday iu EpiscoLadies' Fair Friday and Satmittee of Madison county hold nt tho pal church at Winchester. urday. court house m Kiclunoiul, Ky., on Mrs. Kuper Hood has for guests her Monday, May 1st. l.w!9, it was ordered Ought To Be Blown Up Themselves. that a iiinss convention be held in eacii mother, Mrs. Hubbard, and her sister, votinc precinct in Madison county on Miss Hubbard, of Covington. The fish killers in many parts of the Saturday, July 1st ISO'J, at 2 o'clock p. Dr. and Mrs. L. II. Blanton have is- country have quit dynamiting and have in. to select delegates to a county Dem sued invitations to meet the senior adopted anew device. They takeajug, ocratic convention to be held at the classes ol C. U. tomorrow evening. Gil it with unslacked lime, then cork, Court House iu Richmond, Ky., July Miss Carlisle Walker returned on leaving a small opening in the cork for :;. to nominate a Democratic candidate the water to seep As the for Saturday from her school in Connecti- lime slakes there in gradually. explosion to lo voted for as ltepresent.-uivis a violent Mndisnu county in the next beuoral cut, accompanied by Miss Kate Walker. iti the water, which kills a great numAssembly of Kentucky. Messrs. Cabell Chenault nnd Clnrenco ber of fish each time. Pendletonian. The basis of representation in each E. Woods left Sunday for I,ebaiioii, voting precinct shall heoiiedelegate for where they will remain until Thursday. Harris Held Over to Grand Jury. each fifty votes ei-- t in tho respective Mau-piThe case of A. R. Harris, charged with Misses Bortha Wilson and Sadie jrecinet8 for llie Democratic electorial of Station Camp, visited relatives assault and battery on Kfrfz, tho First ticket for President in lSDGnnd one vote votos or and friends in this county the past Street Jews, was called in Judge Tur-pin- 's for each fraction of twenty-liv- e week. court Wednesday. The defendant more cast at said election. "grnud jury In the was The mombers of Madison county Miss Elizabeth Woodford, of Paris, sum held over to tho case for shooting of $300. In the Democratic committees residing in each formorly a student at M. F. I., will visit voting precinct shall call the precinct Mrs. B. W. Turner dttritig commence- Chief of Police F'eeny, Harris was placed under $1,000 bond, and was also placed convention to order and 'preside while ment. under a $2,000 peace bond, all of which the convention is in session and certify the result to the county convention to Miss Carolyn Iteid, of Mt. Sterling, ho gave. will arrive tomorrow to bo the guest of lie held on the 3rd of July. A Whole Menagerie. All known Democrats and others her sister, Mrs. D. M. Chenault, on who supported the Democratic electo- Lancaster avenue. Mr. Peter Vnndivier cut abeo tree ill I SIX , and ral ticket for Mrs. Jasou Walker and Mrs. Keen, Saturday, on Scott McClure's farm, those who pledge themselves to Mip-K- of Richmond, were guests of Mrs. Sam near Berea. Besides two swarms of bees and a tub of honey, he captured the nominees of the county Demo- Bennett, during tho Convention. seven pole cats, one dry land tarrapin, cratic convention. chilli be entitled to Frankfort Roundabout. three fox squirrels and a big owl. ApparticijMiio in the precinct conventions. Miss Van Greenleaf Will entertain parently all these animals were getting J. 11. ClIKN UJI.T, Cli'm. this evening in honor of Misses Kauf- along amicably together in their comWilliam Jktt, ir'cc man, of Lancaster, Dickson, of Paris, mon home whon disturbed by the rude and Myors, of Covington. hand of the invader. Harrodsburg DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE MEETING. Miss Arabella Fish, of Nicholasville. Democrat. w ho has visited hefe several times, will Drank Carbolic Acid. Pursuant to the order of tho Demo- be with her Aunt, Mrs Brutus J.Clay, cratic State Executive Committee for a during commencement. Geo. W. Harp, a Fayette county citiState Convention to be held in tho city Miss Kntherine IJIauton will have as zen, who is well known In Madison, f Louisville, Ky., on Wednesday, June 21. 18!K). for the purpose of nomi- guests, during commnnccment, Misses drank, through mistake, from a bottle nating Democratic candidates for State Strother and Booker, of Louisville, and of carbolic acid while at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rowland Itiddell. olllcers to be voted for on November 7, Miss Escott, of Shelbyville. near Kingston, last Saturday night and K!KI, I hereby request that a mass conMr. M. C. Covington, of Calenst, had minutes later. Mr. vention of tiie Democrats of Madison an operation performed iu Lexington died about fivethe Harp walked mantel intending county be held in the court house in last week. Mrs. Covington accompan- to get a bottletoof whisky, which was Diciiiiiond, Ky., at 2 o'clock, p. in., ied her husband to that city. same size as that containing about the June 17, ISiH). to apjioint delegates to Missus Allen and "Woodio Brown- the carbolic acid, and drank therefrom represent Madison county at tho State ing are at home from Richmond where with the abovo results. Deceased was Convention. The basis of representation to the they attended Madison Female Insti- about fifty years old and leaves a large of State Convention shall be one delegate tute during last term. Winchester family sent grown children. Remains wero to Lexington Sunday for for each 200 votes and fraction consist- Democrat. burial. ing of one hundred or more votes cast Dr. II. It. Gibson left yesterday mornfor the head of the Democratic electoral ing for Columbia, Ohio, to be present Announces For Sheriff. ticket at the presidential election in at tho meeting of the American MediJS'.Mi. In the proper place will bo found tho cal and Surgical Association, which All known Democrats and others convenes in that city June 0,7 and 8. announcement of Martin Gentry for who supported the W. J. Hrynn elecSheriff of Madisoc county, subject to Mr. Bud Delaney and Miss Bonna the action of tho Democratic party. toral ticket and those who pledge to support the nominees of Bush, Mr. Frank Couchmnn and Miss Mr. Gentry is well known throughout themselves said convention shall be entitled to Nettie Delaney, of Clark county, are the county, therefore it is usoless for visiting the family of Mr. T.J. Curtis, the Climax to mention his bravery and pirticipate in tho (invention. of Kirksyille, this week. Jxo It. Chenaclt, efficiency as an officer. He has acted Chairman Democratic Committee of Dr. Frank M. Walker, who has been as deputy Sheriff, Marshall, and filled Madison County. at the Hospital College of Medicine, other offices where cool judgment and Louisvile, is expected home Friday, and bravery were essential. His Democrawill have as hisguest during commence- cy isunquestiouablo.ashehas workedfor ment, Rev. J. It. Hunter, of Whites his party for years, and has never be fore nsked his pany to favor him with Station. an ofRco. If elected to this responsible Lausing Burrows, of Buffalo, New position he will fill tbeoflice with credit York, a millionaire who has many rela- to himself and the party that elected tives in this county, visited Dr. G. W. him. Evans and sister, Miss Mnrgret Evans, Lexington, Ky. a few days last week. Ladies' Fair Fridayand SatHons. Jas. B, McCreary.W. B. Smith, and J. C. Chenault. and Messrs. G. M. urday. Willging and Clarenco E. Woods reprePuritan Wickless Blue Flame Oil Slove. sented the Richmond Bimetallic Club at the big Bimetallic convention at We are agents for a wickless oil stove Louisville last week. and are ablo to offer the public the best The subscription dance to be given wickless stove on the market. The Iluy our Carpets and Wall Paper Friday evening of this week under the most 6iraple in construction and most at random or becnuse they are management of Messrs. R. E. Little, T. perfect in operation. cheap, and take whatever is The Puritan is tho best and most 11. Collins ana J. G. Venable, will take "We hold a rigid examinaplace in the Collins building. Werlile's economical stove to bo had for summer tion, and every pattern must orchestra, of Louisvillo will furnish cooking. It is absolutely safe and come up to the standard in Style, the music. odorless. More economical than coal, ' in Durabilty, in Desirability. or gasoline. Tho graduating class of Caldwell wood important feature over other stoves An High School was hamtgoinely entertained on last Friday evening, by Prof, is, that the valves are at the side, which avoids tho discomfort and danger of and Mrs. Harvey Brock, home Is an awesome individual, but on 0th street. An elegant at their supper reaching over tho hot flame to operate it. course his approval is a thing to cher was served, and all pronounced Our stoves have four-incburners ish. Ono looked over our Wall of the most enjoyable events of it one whore others have smaller ones, which their gives the Puritan great advantage in Paper stock the other day and lives. ' said it was undoubtedly quick cooking. the Mr. A. B. Ovnrlev. formi-rlnt llitc The large shelf on the stoves will bo most original, striking, fairly-price- d line of Wall Paper she county, but now or Denison; Texas, is found convenient, livery stove is guarhad soon in tho city, and certainly visiting his father's family near Paint anteed to give satisfaction. the largest stock. In fact, she lick. Air. uveney called on this ofCall and examine- - our lino before gogrow quite enthusiastic. You fice Monday mid had in his possession ing elsewhere. a piece of glass of an inch Douglas & Simmons. will, too, it yon look it over. 7Jc imcK, wnicn was uroKen lrom a car SJc. 10c, l"e, 2oc and up. window near Indian Territory by a hail Farm and Stock Hems. stone. MATT.NGS AND LACE CURTAINS E. L. Woods, of Paint Lick, bought Miss Lurline K. Logan, of Perry, Iowa, mailed to friends in this countv court day one load ofhogB from Mary Wc have decided ou somo important programs of the Perry High School, Stagi.er, to be delivered July, at $3o0", from Hudson and Walker, a reductions for this week. Not from which sue graduated I and load ho can so the lots are small. Not Miss Logan's mother, Mrs. Wm.Juno $305. Logan, Lancaster, nt also Mr. Woods because thestyles are undesirable. nee juiss tamo unities, is well known shipped two loads of Nor yet because wo want to ex- in this city and county. .Miss Logan heifers Saturday which he bought of plode a bargain. But for a reason will visit iu Richmond tho latter part of Robert Mason, at $4.10. in which you are not interested mis moutn. D. 0. Walker, of Whites Station, sold (the results are what you want. ) Mrs. James B. McCrearv entertained GOO bushels of wheat to Potts & Duer-s.o- u We are going to make the following re at 05c Mr. John Lackey sold a friends at haudsomo luncheon ductions: 18 Bolls of 40 yards a fewThursday. a Those present were lot at same price. each, regular 30c a yard Matlings last ietctier, at $8.50 a Boll, ill Bolls of SO Mrs. W. it.I'raiiKiyn or Cincinnati, and J. W. Wagers bought of Collins Cov, xianger, ot Staun- Kirksville, two car loads of bogs at $3.D0 yards each, regular 155c a vard Aicsuaines Va., Anne Walters. B. W. Turner. per hundred, i Mattings at $10 a Boll 10 Itolls ton. Blanton, Belle McDowell. Mamie of 40 vards each, regular 45c a L. II. W. T. Turner bought a of yard Mattings at $12 a Boll. 25 Stockton, Waller Bennett, O. A. Ken stock hO4 from lvirksville car load at parties pairt new Cottage Curtains, were nedy, and Miss Mollle .bile. Among those from this city who at- $3.50. SliiO this week $3 50. 25 pairs Bud Dunn, of Whites Station, bought new JlusIHt Unrialns, wore ?3 tended tho State Confederation of this week $2.25. 10 pairs Irish Woman s Club, at Frankfort last week 27 head of cattle in Rockcastle last Point Itce Curtains, were $10 were: Mrs. R. R. Burnam, Mrs CD. week. Prico unknown. Chenault, Mrs. Jason Walker, Mrs. J. this week $7 50. Win. Lane, of Taint .Lick locality, D. Harris, Mrs. Lillio Logan Kean, and 190 farm Miss Belle Bennett. Mrs. t. II. Stone sold his utensilsof to T. acres, stock and farming S. Burnam for and Mrs. A. It. Burnam. who are prom- $0,250 cash. CARPETS, FURNITURE, inent iu various Ladies' Clubs at tho Mr. J. R. Burnam will occupy the gracious to DRAPERIES, CHINA-WAR- E, Capital, wore exceedinglyana visitors. place in the near future and Mr. Lane tno uicnmouu delegates will move to his home in Illinois. WALL PAPER, Tho marriage of Miss Henrietta Mr. James Couchman, of Fayette, Campbell Mr. Wood Ballard will WOOD MANTELS. take place and o'clock Thursday morn- who is over visiting his son, Robert, of at 7 ing at Christ Church Cathedral in tho Paint Lick, sold last week four work-mulfor $345. He also sold 1,100 presence of the relatives and intimate bushels of wheat'atC3c. friends of the couplo. Dean J. N. Lew-iMr. Couchman reports the outlook will perform tho ceremony. Miss Mary Campbell, sister of the bride, is to bo for a good wheat crop this year iu his maid of honor, and Mr. George Van county better than ho has seen for Stone, of Toledo, O.. best man. Tho vears. J ushers chosen aret Mr. Fred Ballard, Sam Mason, of Whites Station, Mr. Tom Ballard, cousin, and brother bought 25 cattle in Rockcastle last of the groom; Mr. Andrew Campbell, week. Prico not known. main and broadway, hrother Lexington, Ky. Ransom, ol the bride, ami Mr. Albert The best answer one can make to of Cincinnati. J.exiiigtcii aeptt-i- y Leader. calumny is the doing of the'riht, We are authorized to announce A. DOTY for County Clerk, sucject to the action of the Democratic Farty. We are authorized to announce C. M. Mrs. George a candidate for County Clerk, subject in Lexington. Corzelius spent Friday to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce D R. TEVI8 Mr. James J. Neale was in Lcxing-to- n a candidate for County Clerk subject to the on Saturday. action of the Democratic party. JtAY-1JUR- N PERSONAL. four young ladles, and four young men. Thore were ho widowers, or bachelors, or old maidB. The congregation was small but earnest, and it was faithful, at least iu attendance, for they are always regularly, promptly in their places. The thqught suggestod at the drawing inlluenco of time was the God's chastisements. Here were nine Godly women who had drained the dregs of sorrow's bitter cup, communing with Him who alone can solace anguish that is unspeakable, inconsola ble, save ny the grace ol Jesiigu3ji6t It reduced rates. ABUSE OF POWER. i DEATHS LOCAL. e u, l're-Me- nt rt CtF.Bfower&Co We Do Not A CRITIC oil"-mo- h v one-quart- er s CiF.Brower&Co College was founded not for thepurpose of adding: Cale Shearer, T. J. .Smith. Neville 'should bo another institution in which taught, Moberly, Mnttt Cohen JD. B: ,Tevis, R. hliigher mathematics, tho languages and hut one in which W. Miller. should be especially taught (lie fuivdamen-l- al " TWENTY FOUR IIIRDS. vrincivah of "love to God and love lo Joe Chenault, A. D. Miller. Dr. II. C. man" love in roligion nnd justice in Ever opened in Richmond. We have a few goods left we brought from out Jasper, Edgar Turley, Cabell Chenault, government. Jas. Crutchor. days as long as they last. Oa Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN lins utterance was in the deftnite-nes-ois slavery, before the civil war; for TWENTY-TWSllinS. new goods are of the and specific application the foundHarvey Chenault. W. It. Letcher, S now part and E. Booker, James W. Smith, Waller ers appended a loltlie Chenault. Elliott Smith, T. T. Coving parcel ofwords: constitution, m tnoshall This institution loping ington, plus four yards; C. S. Powell. bounder an lnlluence, strictly, (Jhristian twenty mnns. opposed to slave holding caste and And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buy until y.ii Dr. V. II. Hobson, William C. Big every Known wrong or institution. gerstaff. Thcro was ait eliort to leave out ol seen our goods. Wc guarantee to sell you more goods and better tho constitution, as being now amendquality lor tne money. than ever you got uelore. Uur Caldwell High School Commencement. ed tho original words, "slave holding The principal event of last week was and caste resisted on the ground that This was r .i. Closing exercises ui n t . tt; . i. me l - . iuiuweii ixign was tho School, which were held iu the large the words show what the originalpro as nounced utterance of tipper room of the courthouse. Long .founders and the sentiments which the before ten o'clock the room was college ought now to retain, in a pro crowded to overflowing. Promptly at 10 the long line of graduates, nineteen nounced manner. Tho founders saw thon as now that I' in number, marched down tlm middlo the spirit and practice of caste was isle to the strains of Owen Walker's withering to the noble aspirations of band. The address by Mr. W. Rodney every yotiug man or woman, who by Clay, of Lexington, was a gem of pur full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits t sought honorable position in est i ay. tie spoke well and earnestly merit society. anThey saw that this promeasureand FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and sue K- -' KS civil and impressed upon the audience as scription when inflicted, because of the us and save money at well as the graduating class, the neccs simple incident of color, in which there sity and importance of and winding up his address is po crime, was unjust, cruel, unchrisyea, b.irbariotis. They with that beautiful poem, "Locksloy tian, Christian Colleges, becausesaw also of that Hall," by Tennyson. Then Prof. Clark chartered jiriviiegcs and associatedtheir tal- in his easy and graceful way presented the diplomas to the class, which is the eut have a moulding inlluenco upon largest that has ever finished at this tho notions and customs of society. school. The past year lias been a very They therefore decided that whatever f-rtf Oldest Clothier and Furnisher successful one aud Prof. Clark and the power or lnlluence Uerca College uiight attain to, it should be against this "She is not dead, the child. M our affection,teachers employed deservo great credit spirit kjiyij in Richmond practice of nnto that But and praise. I lie class ot 'SrJ. whoso iiequuiand iar as possime caste; snd also Where cone no longer-need- seh60lour riodr protection, as to evory young she names weglvo bplow, was a bevy of man Bank. Ana (jurist nimseu aom ruic. and woman of merit. boautllul girls and handsome hoys, and that irreat and In harmony with this purpose, earlv InTIv minrdlanstillness led. seclusion1 anirel.1 their popularity was attested by the history of the institution and Safe from teniptaUon.fafe from stfl's pollution. abundance of fruit, flowers, books, in the tho She lives, whom we callilead." under administration of Bev.E. II boxes and sundry other presents. X A FniESD. airchild, a young colored which were stiowered upon them elected from among the early man. was graduates Return of The Prodigals. Their names were as follows: Mittie to the position of tutor, with the assur Gentry, Fannie Prather, Katie Green, Hon. Asher G Corruth responded ns ance that afterdue advancement he would Katie Hacker, Maude Broaddus, Mildred follows tho toast "Return of the Gormley, Mary Coyle, Olivia Smith, be promoted to tho position of Profes Prodigal"io at Fountain Ferry Park. He object. Jidi9 Itice. .Messrs. J. i. Hates, Em sor. tiie turned aside to another soon as Saturday night: Soon Trustees said, that as mott Million, Charles Rice, Robert Mr. Toast Master: iSeitlier you nor Roscoe Reeves, Charles Reeves, a suitable colored teacher should be any lor oi tins goodly company mem Br virtue of a iudemen Harry Cosby, Leslie Rice and J. G. C, found he should be placed as ahaving moment imagine that 1 am mustprodi a issued from tho Madisondirected to me. irhich the Quarterly Court in ber of the faoulty. Maupin. favor of E. L. Martin vs. Auirust Dcfmuth and lavornbie commendations concerning gal referred to our common father. De J.N Crawford va. August Delmuth, I, or one Professor 1 alley, several of ns urged mocracy, may have given me my share of my deputies, will, on Central University Commencement. his appointment, to a vacant chair, of the estate, and I confess I have not Below is given tho program of the which he is eminently prepared to been backward in asking for it, but I SATURDAY, JUNE 17th, 1899. enjoyed it tho old Twenty-fift- h Annual Commencement fill. The matter was refered to acom- - have and fig tree undernot gone family vine and into a netween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 of Central University, which begins mittco on supplies there it rested. and "wasted my sub- - o'clock j). m , at the court house door in Hich- Sunday. Juno 11, and ends Wednesday .1 This year 1 obtained from President foreign country living." raonti, Madison county, Ky., I have staved sale to the highest bidder, the expose lopnonc of F'isk University, a high commenda stmco in riotous following propJune 14 : tion of Profesior Tally, as a scholar at home; and although I may at times erty tor so much thereof as may be neccs.iry SUNIJAV. Plaintiff's postgraduate, christian. President Frost have quarrelled over tlie orders given to satisfyOne piano ofdebt, interest and cost), The Baccalaurate Sermon will be de- obtained alike high commendation and and louiid lauit with some placed in now in possesion of Fabinet brand. No. 8331. livered on .Sunday, June 11, 11 a. m., an affable man. I urged that Prof. authority over me, alter voicing my as property of AngustA. Delmuth, levied upon Delmuth. at First Presbyterian Church, lally be appointed to nil tho vacant complaints, I have said with our TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit ot three months, bond with approved security uy i:ev. Tliomas Cummtngs of Hen chair. One member of the Board com friend, Alike Shea, now alas dead and required bearing iuterest derson, Ky. At 8 p, m., the same day, mended the appointment u such a gone, "ou aro wrong, but 1 am cent, per annum from day at a ra'e of a 6 per ol sale, and haying Rev Joseph Ronnie, Covington, Ky., man. Ho added, there may be the con- wid ye, and have taken my place at the force ana enect or a sale liona. II. II. COLYEK, SHEIUFF M. C. will preach the sermon in behalf of the sideration of finance. the plow and shed my sweat in the June 6, 1S99. Y. M. C. A. at the First Presbyterian was I added, the manifest courngo to carry Held, because 1 tolt that tlie father age church. oui what is confessedly right aud wise the head of the family and that his gy VT .fcM 1 will be thousands to the Treasury ol aud experience gave wisdom far be MONDAY. Berea College. .Men, now ns in time yond my own. Dropping for a moment BARGAIN Monday, Juno 12, 11 a. m., will bo have evi- the language ol metaphor, 1 believe Southern Mutual Co., the Commencement of the Preparatory past, will givo whon they faithful. thfft however high and exalted one may dence that stewards will be Department, This will consist of de be, however much distinction he pos This has OF LEXINGTON, KY. clamations, reading of honor roll, and benevolent been seen in the case of the sesses, or thinks he possesses, "no man men and women, who in announcements. There years past gave their thousands for the is greater than his party." On Monday at 8 p. in.. Class Day ex Over $150,000 Paid In Living Bcnclitg. were those in our household however, IN CLOTHING. Chairman, J. G. Venable. erection of tho valuable buildings iu brethren of our faith, who tired of the ercises. Over $60,000 Reserve and Surplus. which Peot, John E. Abbott; Donor, H. M. ered. students are in Berea now shelt- lid home, said its fields were worn out 0o up EftV- Men's Suits Logan; Historian. T. P. Scott: Orator. and would yield no more harvest, but This was seen in the case 10c". up 0. C. Crooke; Prophet, D. Wade Bcd- - who lately so notably gave of the man who had been enriched by its yield Men's Pants at., LIVINQ BENEFITS TAID-M1K. "Fifty the mger; valedictorian, u. C. flan. giftk- - Boy's Suits .iyi. up U Thousand." In his offer he taid, "it fs ings, when our father Democracy told MCaULAK RBDSMPTIOH. well as lor the whites.' them that underneath the soil were for the coloredas TUESDAY. .15(1. Hid Boy's Pants ricli stores of precious medals gold and Tuesday, June 18, 0 a.m., a meeting in Tho le&son taught, is that whito boys silver, for which they must dig under the mountains and colored iu tiie Address. Cost. Paid. Name. oi the lioard ot curators. Blue Grass citizens of a great tho 'direction of their brother, Win. NOTIONS. ' At 11 a. in.'. Law College Commence republic andarc .alike vie with each Other Jennings Bryan, demurred at the com Dr A P Taylor, Lexington . should Metcalfe A Armstrong, Lexintoa Si) I ment. This is the first Commencement Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. up mand, and gntberlng together what E II & A H Meyer, Danville. ..Ml of the Law College and ten men will be for virtuous characters and noble lives. they had acquired at Mm J D Armstrong. Lexington. SO Gent's Undershirts ..25c up graduated. The exercises will consist Also, that each one who in any way lias took their departure home and then Oeo W Nuckols. Lexington. ... 50 Tlioso that did WJ Newman, Lexington SO! of nn oration by J. H. Chandler, the an powered promotion should award equal go over into the service of the deadly A A llartlett, Cincinnati, u Gent's Drawers ..20c up i nual address by Hon. E. J. McDermott facility to character and merit. Any loe and linpiaceuiij enemy of their E n Wren.Leximrton 47 f . . 5c up Ladies' Vests thing short of this is unpatriotic, im 45 I R Marschall, Lexington Louisville,' Ky., and tho address of philanthropic nnd father s house, went to Indianapolis n unchristian. Roberta Nelson. Cincinnati, O 2DC , up Ladies' Pants Gordon Paxton, Valedictorian. and Wasted their substance and Mark Thos Forman, Est. Cincinnati, O ....( It will be asked, aro not colored 3 p in., Annual meeting of tho 48 ; Towels 3ci up Haiiua's substance in "Biotons living." Adolph Vermond, Louisville youths now received in Berea College? 47 I Chas Bnsch, Louisville. Alumni Association. Yes. kindlv and nleasautlv: hut possi But after the harvest bad been gath W J Watts, Zanesville, O. . . . 45 ! Corsets 25ejiip 8 p. m , The Annual Junior Oratori ered, our misguided brethren found 45 Kamber, Louisville 10c. up JKV cal Contest. It is not definately decid bly to learn the force of the fable of that none of the rich pickings were for Jos LCassell, Harrodsburg. ..47! Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars John Tantalus, who, when brought up where 4B . ed who will take part in this contest, Francis Kamber, iouisviue 15c- - tip Cuffs . jf1. he could just taste the waters was push- them, and when they grew hungry and Fred Weiss. Louisville 45 i but the orators of tho evening will ed back. The case of Prof. Tally is iu the fain would eat the husk which were fed J H Tiiford. Ludlow . 44 J . Suspenders oc up cii probably bo Steinert, Moseley, Bauchto the Republican swine, they found Stevens & Marschall, Winchester 41 ! hands oi the committee ot supplies. 45! 1 man, uanna nnd 1'xice. J A. Larrabee. Est Louisville Buggy Whips 10c Tally may drink of the fountain at that even these would not be given to J A Barlow, Lexington 42 r satisfy the appetite of their father's Mary r. aneiy, Lxingion. .... io ; Berea or feel the force of the bludgeon, Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols . WEDNESDAY. 40! Lexington. man gave unto John (j. b EE. children, liehoid! io over the situa Sarah Taylor, Lexington 41 ! Ladies' White Aprons Susan Brown, Wednesday, June 14. 11 a. in., will we will see. them. They thought 42 ! Q W Barney, Lexington take place the Commencement proper, Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists. they became penitent; they were Nettie Bane, Lexington 45 tion; This consist of the Annual Address beVsiZLEY VIEW 44 j brought to a knowledge of the fact that Dr. T E Goshell. Louisville Baby Bibs 42 Robertson, Louisville fore the Senior Class, the address of Dr, there was no place like the old home- - Geo D Robertson, Louisville .. 41 ! Geo D U)gan, I'resident ot tno l'acu tv. on Fire Screens 44 ! was no parent liko Jos DInelli, Lexington that there Harry Spurlock is on the sick list eteaa Democracy. They presenting the class to the Chancellor, un old set out for Lucy King, iiurgin in this wcok. 411 Short, Middleburg the awarding of diplomas, reading of home, sweet home they came singly Maria 42 ( Louisville honor roll, awarding of prizes, anOUR LINE OF LADIES'. GEiYTS Squire J. A. Young hold court at this and then in squads and then in droves Geo D Kloter. 38 J Robertson, Louisville nouncements and soon. Wednesday place last .Saturday. & they are coming still. They can Stevens & Marschall. Winchester 39 !( and CIHLBREN'S SLIPPERS AND 40 Stevens Marschall, Winchester evening in the College Chapel the an 41 Mr. W. E. Chase has returned from come without making "a compromise Sophia James, Lexington nual contest to solcct a representative ARE MORE VARIED AND LAR(M K 41 ! with dishonor." mere will be gladness Millie Morning, Paris a visit to friends in Ohio. io unautauqun. 43 ; THAN EVER BEFORE. Cull and te til in our father's house. The sentiment Louis Samuels, Lexington 39 ! II A Welch. Nicholasville. Mrs. T. B. Spurlock is confined to her of this toast is: "There is more joy A P Taylor, Lexington 43 I Bryan In Kentucky. room on account ol sickness. 35 over one sinner who repentictli than T A llornser. Lexington 29 i ninety-nin- e just men who need no J H Baker. Lexington IN RIBBONS. A little child of Mrs.Bena Howard is over Kentucky was exceedingly fortunate vandlver & Allen, Harrodsburg. 42 i repentence. 41 Mary Uolloway, Lexington. last week in .having tno distinguished dangerously sick at this writing. We have a few bolts of the C. N. & Co. 's Ri 42 There are prodigals around this Sophia James, Lexington -- . leader of Democracy within her borders Foley. 41 Gordon is confined to Banquit board Dr. Leigh ltt us eat and Mrs ALJFischer, Danville on hand which we will close out at N 42 lor three days. lie spoke at Ulasgow, his room on R. Louisville account of a sprained ankle, be merry, for our father says: "Theso John Kratter, Lexington 41 I Aw anu tour times at IjOUis10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. He sustained ssaturday morning, 41 I my sons, were dead and are alive again Marr Sennits. Louisville ville. At the latter place he was the which 41 were lost and are found." We can J W Barkley, Lexington Ware, a Bibio College student, speaker and guest of the Ohio chief John 6,111.21 ...K.205.00 Total Valley Bimetallic League, which was of Lexington, preached at this place last not kill for each prodigal a fatted calf . $3,296.21 that would make too big a contract rrofit Over Cost. by many other distinguished Saturday morning to a largo crowd in addressed persons, such as Camp fact the numbers present were above for the cattle trusts, nnd we are "agin the the prodigals bell, ol umo; liiiams, ot Massachti the average that generally attend public are trust," but when all under the old gathered once more See our stock of Corsets setts; A'ltgcld, of Illinois, and Congress worship at this place. roof tree in 1900, we will spread a great men Leutz, Ohio; Cheadle, Indiana; longnecded work wasdone hereSun-da- y least in which nil can participate, the A before you buy. We Drinkwater, Massachusetts; Hon. O. II. when a Sunday School was organ ptodicals who have returned in peni P. Belmont, ef New lork; Hon. J.S. C. can please you with Blackburn, and a host of others, among ized with J oim watts ns superintend - tence from the foreign country, as well Assistant Superinthem the three distinguished candi ent, J. L. Sowers, Wharton, becretary as the devoted sons who stayed not, R. & G. Armoside, tendant, Miss and we will serve not the fatted, but dates for Governor of Kentucky, Stone. and Treasurer, Lma Miss Addie Clark and the golden calf and Wm. Jennings Hardin and Goebel. The three dajs W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. Brvan shall carve ft up, net according to were chock iuii oi oratory and proba others as teachers 1 the Queen's taste, but according to the bly fifty thousand persons in all wero William Chanoy, aged 82 years, died taste of Norsah. the sovereign people ot this attendants upon tho various functions at Iiis home near hero last Sunday great American lteptibiic. ot the .League. At a single meeting at morning. He leaves a wifa, a sister of White Sulphur and Fountain F'erry 15,000 persons were iu Tliomas Keene, of Union City, this State of Oiiio.City of Toledo, ) M" IN HATS AND CAPS. attendance. Tho largest structure in countv: also several sons and daugh Lccas Codxtv, Kentucky, the Auditorium, on Fourth ters J. W. Chaney. of Berea; Dan and Men's Blank Felt H:its... Chalybeate. Pleasure Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be Mon'p Nico Straw Huts ..... Street, ha? a capacity of 5 000, and it John ot the countv. 1 lie deceased was is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. was full when Mr. Eryan, Congress- reared in Estillcounty. moving to Itich Cheney & Co , doing business in tho Boy'K Nii o Straw Hals and Health Resort. man Leutz, of Ohio, and Hon. Matt, inond in theSO'S, Iiviugthere until the City of Toledo, County and State alore- iron's and Boy's Caps O'Dohcrty, of Louisville, the latter a 60's, when ho moved to this section. sanl.anci that said firm will pay the OPENleuding silver Republican, spoke on where he has ever smoe resided. The sum of One Hundred Dollars for each Saturday. Mr. Bryan's speech, printed family has the sympathy of the commu and every case of Catarrh that cannot IN CARPETS. m full in the Courier-Journa- l and Dis- nity in this their loss. be cured by nail's uatarrn Cure. Hemp ....10c un lie. tip Unions ... 1:1 1! patch oi Saturday, received the highest Frank J- - Ciinsnv. Tho many frionds of Frank M. Bryson ISru&iels.. liC Up ....44c up Jute encomiums from silver men and gold were agreeable surprised when thev Sworn to before me and subscribed in I If. lip Ituirfi Mattingst. ....2oc up men alike. It was everywhere termed my presence, this 0th day of December, learned one of the grandest efforts of his life, Moore, that he and Mibs Amanda A. i). issu. On the B. N. I. & 15. ltailroad ami the and did great good. A notable feature mond, a charming young lady of Rich Kentucky River, in the inid6t of ., A. "W.Gleason, wero secretly married eevcral f IN HARDWARE. of tho moeting was tho speech of the Mountains and Ilomantiu Scenery. seal months ago. No ono here were awnre Notary Public Now York Millionaire cold bug Oliver of each Knives and Forks, per set... . 31c. np Fish Lines... .. . the fact until Mr. Bryson brought Tho White Sulphur is a specific fur If. P. Belmont, brother of that uncom Iu- doz Cake Turner. 4c. Fish Hooks Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal oc. up . 3c. up promising gold bug Perry Belmont, his charming bride of several mouths ly. and acts directly on tho blood and Files skin and kidney troubles; tho Curltair Irons . 1UC Teaspoons 4c setup Butcher llntves.. Air. Belmont comes out fiatfooled for home, one day last week, where she was raucous surfaces of tho system. Send Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot .. Tablespoons. 6c setup Bryan, and says New York Democracy, cordially received by young Bryson's for testimonials, free. Sulphur Baths in tho housa. notwithstanding reports to the contrary, parents and relatives, who gave them a F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O, iheir many win support Mr. Bryan and stand by hospitable reception. tTPor lurther particulars address, elsewhere Sold by druggists, 75 cents the party in the bouth and VY est. Mr. friends here and they sail the wish them joy matrimoHall's Family Pills are the best, lm Belmont is a and his unalloyod mid as ' . xrk wife was a Mrs. Vanderhilt.with Jier nial sea.years may the hope of futnre 1:1 Prop'r.j to come nevar be marred millions. Mr. Belmont'sfather, August bliss in Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade by one redundant wave as the boat Belmont, was always the friend of DeEPWORTH LEAGUE mocracy, nnd thru his son should re- glides the sometime tcmpetuous sea on may31-4IRVINE, KY. which they have embarked for life. turn to the party he and his father ever ami may the peace and affections with NATIONAL CONVENTION loved, is just cause lor congratulation for all Democrats. Mr. Belmont said which they are now surrounded never in brief, "If I had my way I would make take wings and fly from them. AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. Bryan tho platform, Bryan the issue. What's the matter with our boys? JULY 20'23l 1899. Such a tri Good boys they are, but are on tha road and liryan tho candidate. bute to the puritv, patriotism and states that always terminate at the station of Only One Round Trip Insure your dwellings, barns and all other manship of the groat Nebraskan has wrong doing. A gentleman who was property in me nine urasa insurance compaExcept that from points within S3 miles never been paid any American since oxhibiling with a magic lantern, the ny, of Lexington, Ky., a home institution the excursion fare will be One and One-thvasiimgton. scones of Havana and Santiago, at this Gives protection against Fire, Lightning- and Fare for Hound Trip not to exceed The Ohio Valley League of Bimetallic place a few nights ago was so disturbed one- dollar. ToiitMO. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people ot our county now U1UD3 is composed of clubs from the by a lot ol boys, on the outsido of the VIA Jr. gute cheaper ever operating in the State, four States of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana building in wnicn lie was exhibiting yer m lewg as yoa continue in tho company. 4U! 100 mUti rt (Ww:, and Illinois. It meets annually. This that ho had to discontinue the exhibi For farther latormatkm call on thei' ftfieni KIUECTTO kXiaiKiTlQIf, will tti rl l TOT HCIMT SI WVmUT CO.. linlnllrruil mm ituUil)WHIUrqcib io Broom . and collector, 8. R. B. BLACK, AVtorney-at-Lais the third meeting. Its President is tion. Shame on the community in Mchasoftd, Ky., oJjfce oa Mala Street, HarxcTiT SATisricionr. Vucrtr M MfHa-rBJudge Jame3 P. Tarvin, of Covington, which boys do not know better orworse Ticlets will be on sale from aU point Jnly opposite Court House, next doer Uy State Basic MIT &ITill.X749.WiU U.M 4 TK MM3CST MtSAIX YC'J Hi SAW, .j Ky., who was . if they snow better, fail to show it oy is, Wi ii. rrom. pom" Mimm andmiicaoi In- & Trust Co., second floor. fnlgat cfeArses, lets tbe 91M teat with order. 22 July 20. A banouot to Mr. Brvan was the t ioir actions, this tiungot distnrbiti; dianapolis ontiefcet 19,will II, rood to23, ISM. In W MAKE THIS TOP UMY?J3g Returning be J. H. t'AKTKK, Fm. leave closing event of this year's meeting, 700 entertainments at this placo has tin dtanapolUto July 2itb, with a proviso tkatit mapM-l- y C. O. BOSWOCTH. Scc'y. nken vat lu :j.o bmctcs. Latest Sty I For 1898. Elj. Mxil from the Bet fieuoned Vftiod. Itetr, luist Tlist NooerCu gold and silver Democrats were at the doubtably gone far enough, and tho ucteuj are oepoanca wiin joint ngem in , as llliutrated, or Enwrtfr SMeHar. tralld. M 24th, later than WI, . feast and oyer 10,000 listened lo the good people are going to take tho matter dtaunpolls not &o cents at Julytime ofand payM ounce, ImIIt Klch Grade Btnwti Rim Srcn' deposit tho ment ot fee ol T,Ftlatlst.Gnriut-tea- l Knbbtr Hrarlly Used, (all side and back speeches made on that occasion. Three In hand and see that such disgraceful tickets may be extended to leave India aa poll eqaslto snr sisujo burerwork, ody Mark, Geir dark green including Awrust 20. 1899. or IWii. Filiiiht. wt bundled men gave a banquet in honor oonduilt is not permitted any more. ta.aud (all tMh or tat'ikutn, regarding ticheU, Fate l"or l 'ill bwlk tU. .3 oi Judge Tarvin, which was a band Give it to them hard, the law abiding aitd routesinformation of trains, call ou ageats Sw, NMn, MMfc. and time Klutallfetimc. rd BlatMlMIJ.9: some affair citizens will stand by you iu this mat- iiifV roar noaie, orsaaress incuBaerswtBwa. mftm ru TBla Yir.r 9lKaaWMUM Ail yersoas are hereby notlgel not to charge H.L IT M (SU.UU ter, and not allow n recklw-- set ot 5 Ciei(. Southern Act. Ocn. I'ass. X Tkt Agt, me wVUi MytBlHKwitho5t3writtcK order, as I CO. (Inc.), ; Tho host companionship one can culrule !" village. . wiH, not pay same, .ji.jr,uflWiia.u.r.A., . r J .vy Ltt Lss. TAYLOR XICX. tivate is that of eleyateU thoughts. al5-Cfsij.y-' TWENTY-FIV- uinns. Jack Greenleai. Judg&Iticei. SIX IlIKDS.- -' Bekea, Ky., Juno 3, 1809. It is a well known fact that Berea O by-la- 1 11 -- self-contr- y, and happier. God gave them two bright, beauttiui children, happy JMwood anu gentle Katherine. So with bright hones and eager anticipations they lhed, little dreaming that lu so short's time, their circle would be broken;. About a year ago that fatal disease' consumption entered tins homo and sought the mother as its victim. She struggled with it ever hoping to recover, but ell efforts failed and she . grew weaker day by day. a bout seven weeks ago she desired to come to her girlhood home, where, bUrrounde.l by friends and loved ones she spent her last days. Sho united with the M. E. Church South nt Irvine when a child, later attached herself to tho Methodist church near her home in Madison. She professed a saving faith in Christ, and said the way clear. On Saturday, May 27, 1899, at the midnight hour, her soul winged its flight to its Heavenly home, and ere the morning dawned upon earth, slio had entered the pearly gates and was indeed at rest. At the old homestead, Rev. E. Allen preached her funeral on Sunday afternoon from the 23id Psalm, and on .Monday she was placed in the Richmond Cemetery to await the great reaurection mom. A more loving, tender deatn-scen- o is scldon witnessed. Like the Savior in the gar den of Gethsemane, she knew her time had come. She fully realized that soon she would be separated from all that was near and dear, yet with pcrtect resignation and periect calmness, sno bowed lo the Master's will, aud tenderly v bade all to meet her in Heaven. She said the Savior was with her, and it was better farther on. So with lamp trimmed and burning, with Jesus as guide, she triumphantly entered the iNew Jerusalem, ihen let us notmur- ranr nor grieve, but with new desiics and with new determinations, let us take the blessed Christ as OUH guide nnd comforter, nnd follow tier to that beautiful home bey oil ud tho skies. ... ... Furnishing Goods price Clothing, Hats :an LATEST. AND NEWEST STYLES, First bsdhave CUSTOM DEPARTMENT Is rpi 1 STOESMl Tie FrmerVNat. may3ju yJ Sheriffs Sale! LI t , iTT Fe-lan- d, THIS mim AY, fo at.. Store I at.., at... l . .' . . .oc. I 1 1 J7 sil ! . . 1 I I ht ! -- ESTILt - SPRINGS if -- Ml r. H kt multi-millionai- kl 1 Tb&, -- Indianapolis, Ind.9 Fare ird FiiroM! lie In, E. V. ELDER. "BIG - FOUR" at SEND QUE DOLLAR -- 'gK$S& NOTICE. l'fctt-nt- r! Ivyiii0 fl 15? iii",r Will 1 II! 181 TIIE WAY THROUGH. WORTH! oor prices right m i T T t t f X k-- - flte i!Jio Mife mmh i' r. COME AND SEE US! Our stock is complete in every particular, We CAN PLEASE YOU. all $1 1 4. 25 worth Ladies extra mco light weight Kid Oxfords. Blarkj? THnVpoinmJTrr Hiise or Coin tpo, kid or patent tip, size 2 to 8 D or K, price 4f. i 50 WOith 2 ''"!,on Iow. sli';e.S, "All The G,o.pate.titfflir vesting ton size V. . V.i'"1. 2ti 8 E. price. I 50 worth ' Z...I .. 75 worth h ( '.'"V lR.ce "P"1,1 l,.ee,k d ,ip' ',n tbgty&SX " 7 B, prl Ladies ici kid in heol orspring heol, lace or button'kid or patent tip, 2J to 8, D 01 E 50 worth Men's new Tan Box Calf in lnce or hutton, all stylo loos, size 0 19 11. C. I) and E 3 00 worth T Men' now Tan Box Calf, light or dark shade, nil style toes, size to 11. K. Cand'I) a so worth Men s Wack or Tan. via. In ull stvles. lace or congress. 0 to I). K mul KR . 3 00 worth Men's Black or Tan. Vii or Calf, all styles, size G to II. Kami EE '2 Oil w.irth 1 SEE A FEW OF OUR PRICES'" BELOW,! rM7 . ajin?. aiioii.i learner uiumis, jwngoia jvm or uait, cominon.seuseTBize :t ti 8 HU, price Ladies all solid leather Oxfords, couunou sense, Coin tijgor patelffitin. sisto 2i to S E.i xV-cl- 1 00 worth 50 t - l 75 75-- 2 1 - 00 2W 2 2', (K) 1 1 " (5 t PRICES 1 1 3 j 3 50 m 5(1 2 50 f AXMvaoe a fcowtMe .Vw t i t CO VA sTlSfe' l" 1 VTCHMONn is wild with Kxritamftnt nt, thn CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our &d Successors to WALLACE ARNOLD. & Ipusy Bee Cash Store's RICE. t Conssen s llonev of Tar has no count. aud 00 cents, at Perry and june7-lm WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOY'S BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS. AND MISSES' The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY JUNE 7, Dr. llobson. Dentist. 1890. cigar. The best smoker, the Troctor Knott For relief and comfort in Asthma 5 3 CO urday. Ladies' Fair Friday and Sat- Price 25 l nomas. Urnry Knehlrr & Company. in- An idle wish never had a good dinner nor wore a good suit of clothes. Just as Good. Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimcro Knee All-wo- Ladies' FairFaiday and 1 f - t I 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. Is very Little Money to invest in a Suit, -- Proctor Knott Cigar. Ladies' iFa'r June to Don't forirot the Ladies' Fair Fri- day and Saturday. Head J. T. Beiislcv's advortiEement in Cumax. to-da- (S) o v. Have vou been in Stoufler's new store, on Main street? Gut re alMlJtely All-Woo- t3 'A beautifully finished Cossiniurts, every jjiUMient Sowod throueh and through. Upper and Lower S little with 0,000 iiovorninent Standard Pttro Dye Silk, nl with extra line real Italian Lining, Sleeves aro Lined its plain color Pongou Silk finish Sat eon Sleeve Lining, Stt n nndei collars, Thirty rows of stitching, French facing if broad Satin pipini:. Every detail of insido and outside and thought to have the gar- KiriiiK is done with nieijls tit perfectly and give tho Wearer Lasting Satisfaction. Thero aro no better tailored Karnieuts than ours, there is no way to make tliciu better. You want to see our Suits l, 5us r at Floweis Mrs. J. M. ior Commencement cheap, Foster's. 5 Dr. bell's cuts the muens, heals the lungs aud bronchial tubes niiickly. Cures crip couch in r.arrril Plymouth Koik. Have ynu soitured vonr seat to me uiniit. 25c, no cure, no pav. is the Sam Jones' lecture Satuulay niuht? Twenty years a breeder, of this one way all druggists sell It. Get tho vaiiety, stock better than ever before. geuuire.cod Finest line of neckwear in the city Jv. B. Ihompsnn, Xsow Koosters from o at Stoutfer's now store. Main street. York. Eggs "10 to 1" setting. $1. Energy has been worth fnr more to to Jilts. M. F. Akhuoklk, this world than has genius. I have a new upright piano for sale Madison Co., Ky. m8-3Silver Creek. or trade. J.Mnan l'atrish. maylO-- it Pine-Tar-Hon- ey StotllleT1 lfas ino'ved'to Slain street, next to John G Taylor's. Everybody should attend the la dies' Fair Friday and Saturday. vite correspondence with Mill men Whenever who have lumber for sale. Thev bttv something a druggist tellR you bo has 'just as good" for coiiu'lis. Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, "Ids, grip, etc., as- Dr. Boll's I'ino-Tauryorureen. Write t lie in. apro-Gu- i Uoney, lie Is thinking of his profits lid tint ot vour welfare. UoikI druc- For Rent. Utsta will sell you wliat you ask lor. The store house now orcunieil lv One cowl life in often an inpniration Mre."L? P.Todd on Main street, will be rented for remainder of this year, vo many other hvw still bettor. possession given July 1st. J. E If your ML'ht is blurred with specks GitBKNjLKAK, Assignee. my3l-tf- . and spots floating before your eyes, or oil have iinins on the rmhtsiile imdir A l'lace to go. be then your liver is deraneod. For luscious bananas, rine annlcs. and ribs,need x few doses of (Icrhino to ynn cold ice cream-sod- a water, fresh cakes, regulate at Price 50 cents, at Perry & nice canities, tobacco and cigars, co to Ihomas. imie7-ln- i A. Dinelle, next door to old Post Office. open day and tiight. itestauraiit Thn best way one can elevate himself aprl'J-oi- u is to help some one else to rise. r- Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky 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 stile. 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, Clothing, 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. -- Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children, 10c. per pair. ChildronV Strictly Knee Pants, double knee and double seat, all colors, worth 75c. per pair aro yours in this sale for 39c. Uoy's 51.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 14, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. Hoy's $2 00 and $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at $1.19; Our S3 GO, $4 50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2 09, all stvles. "Cream of the Stock." Big Boy's Long Pants Cashmere Suits worth $3.00 and S4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at $1.93 Big Uoy's assortment and $10 lmg Pant Suits, choicest of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc Take your pick and fit in this sale at 4.98. 7. $8, $0 CHANCES Men's Cm! Cansimere Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5. $0 and $7 will - ARE MONEY urday. Ladies' Fair Friday and Sat To Cure a Cough mil 1 be oloscil in this clearance sale at $2.93. . During the storm last Wednesday a I). Harris' Mrs. J. M. Foster have cut flowers tree blew over on Major John for sale cheap during C. U.'s Com house, rnasliingn hole through tlioroot and dnmaiuni: the building about $100. mencement. A heavy hall storm fell in that, the Children's Day was observed by Whites Station section, but no other the Christian Church Sunday oveniug damage Is reported. at i:30 o clock. Wilson Out on Bail. ; Mr. John A. Moberley, formerly of E. K Wilson, who was arrested in Waco, lias been made postmaster at this city several months nuo on the C If. l'ox, Estill county. charge of murdering Miss Mary Clovd, was and Stoulicr took mpre lhau 100 meas- at Jiiidon, week, who been tried at that JKI200J.S H3HIV31 1?0 place has released on ures in one week for suits and pautg. $3,000 last bail. The jury stood ten for tic iVHJ. 9NI2D0J.S ON SI 3H3HI. Newstoro, Main street. 55CYae HHA 3511 qiiittal and two for conviction. Stouffer sells more clothing for Good Road Convention. Digcslos Dyspepsia Tablets TKP-r- ay the money than any other clothier. Jonrders, lri. Ijincaster Avoniie, aro made expressly for tho cure of New store, Main street. X rtl'i. Lucas Moore, State Commissioner ol Agriculture, has named .Satuidav, June H. J. Streng's residence. Dyspepsia and all stomach weakness Knights Templar Cllarm 10th, as the day and Lexington as the Lost. 1. 25c at druggists. N. Timberluke. Engraved Liberal place for a convention to consider the It. best way of constructing and maintain Of all tho "iBiiis," none is worst than i u ward if left at this oltlce. I'.'liieiioss is impossiblo with in ttie Mate, and nil egotism. 1. n !!. For bargains in groceries, fruits, Ac." ing public inroads subject nre the invited to w r you should call on J. P. Heasley, ne.vt iuteiested 111 Ltl JJJ HIMItll nttenu. door to Kichmond National J;anK. looking oJsewhere, as we can make your 310 00 do wfiat It will take much more to ito as well elewhere. Duerson are putting an elevator in their mill at White's fctatiou. Potts t Result cl Wednesday's Storm. A Sudden Attack v Men's Finn All wool Suits, choice styles and qualities in single and, double breasted, sack aud frock styles ol fine imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit in the lot worth and sold everywhere from $8 lo $12, take your choice antl pick in this sale at $1.98. Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladies' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.1 go in this sate' at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace and congress worth $1.80 will be dished out to yon at Site per pair; Men's SI.7S and (2 shoes will he $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vici and real Russia leather $3 and $1 shoes, they go in this sale at $19. Such All-wo- Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. if croup in COVINGTON & MITCHELL needs sleep. Dr Hell's Pine-Tallonev will cure a child's eroupy cough and allay the irritation, ending the I miner in less time than it will take to go for a doctor. All mothers who have used it keep a bottle ready for an emer gency. r- the small hours of darkness very annoying to the parent who wide Serjre, Henirettas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width (roods worth 35c and 50c per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- ing reserved. Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the idejis of stylish tiiessers to a ' T." You can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $11 to $10, able tailor-inad- o thev go in this sale at $8.1S. Organdies that were iSc and SSc per yard are now 12je in this sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 'J5c per pair are 10c In thi sale. One lot ot Slippers tor ladies in size 2ij, 3, 1, and some 8's that were formerly sold at $1.2.), $1.50 and $2 will be closed In this sale at 60c 8 per pair. . Severest adversity is ofteu the surest pathway to real happiness and 85e per vartl will be Fine Jacquai's. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress. Goods, Former price 75o slaughtered in this snle at 40c per van! Nothing leserved. n 1 Hardly a tlav pass'. in families whero there are children,'' in which Ballard's Snow Liniment is not needed. It quickly cures cuts, wounds, bruises, burns and scalds. Price 25 and 50 cts., jiine,-in- i at Perry & Thomas. That alone which can make an abid a home is love. . ing-pla- White Underwear. Ladies' Ue.idy-mailSpecial Clearance Sale caving on Ladies' Beady-mad- e Dress Skirts, Carpets and Lace Cuitains. Thfse goods have felt the keon edge ot our cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest olI'"ring in this sale, ask to see them. bargains we aro Not an article in the entire big store loft untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping and a gieat space cleaning sale for us We must have room for our fall stock and the only way we see to get it is to actually give thousand dollars worth of the best goods we have to our customers and let them profit by away and throw out our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. 1 Potts & Dneisou bonfclit one thou Monday , from dif- sand bushels of ieieui p;iruy, :imiu quijis per uusiiui. d of Higcins & Luxou have a buguies and carriages. Don't fail to may3l-li- n see them when in town. car-loa- Land Sale. taken more measures for suits toonler this spring than all the rest combined. New store, Main St fctonl.er lias Mr. C. D. Chenault, Administrator of W. IL Green, deceased, sold Tin re day the Green farm on the Lancaster pike, containing 113 acres, to the fol' lowing parties: Adam Green 35 ncres $52 25 per ncre; Thomas S. lironstou 24 acres, (il per acre; Ben. Horde 80 acres, fol per aero. A Madison Man Chosen Vice President. M J till id Li 1 8 Oiu Fourth Oft Clearing Hi will last. 1 Hon. Clias. 1 Searcy, of Waco, was The will of Mrs. Nancv Moberley was probated Monday. She bequeaths honored by the Commercial convention her property to Neville and Ueneva at Louisville last week by beluu chosen Moberley. Eighth Con ice I'resldent ironrth gressional District. Mr. Searev has I. A.vAnderon boudit of J. W. & taken great interest in the Commercial L. A. Bollard, 130 acres of land, near conventions and believes a great good Berea, known as the old James Ballard can be accomplished for the tale by tarin for $:!.000. these meeting. -- Davo Lisle, colored, was tried be A Rars Flower. fore J udue Turpin last week and uiven The only snake lily in Kichmond is for stealing a six mouths jail sentence that owned by Miss Josephine .Schmidt, Uat ualviu's watch. a hlofHnm from which was presented to Mif-Teinpie Oldham is selling her this office Saturday. It was a eurio-.i- t beautiful line of sailor hats et fium 10 to all that saw it. especially the pecu.; its lo SI 50. Givu her u call before nar ouor coiii.uneii in us veiveiy mayl7-lleaves. purchasing While thi lluwer would bean orUHineut to any hotire, its pnrfiimo Charley lironstou, colored, was which is very offensive, prohibits its fined 10 dnys and S25, in Judge Kite's entrance. court baturdiiy. ior striking uen riuist. a young whito boy oyer the head with Gun Club Handicap Shoot. a suck, iTinity. The record made at the Gun Club Major I. X. Cardwell died at his Shoot, 'luesday last was a credit to all home m Winchester Sunday, in the who participated. In class A , Dr. Hoi 70th year of his age. He served through sun urst, with ft. E J looker bccond liotli iho Mexican mill Wnrs. IV- - Class. Ji., 1. T Covington, first; a cea.ed was w'eif known m fhis county. Seville Moberley, second. Class C Mat. tf. Cohen, first: Leslie Evatip, We are.closint: out all our jroods. in second. In tho sweepstake shooi.T. T order to remodel our houso. Clothing, covington carried oil first prize with hats, shirts and underwear at your own Dr. llobson becoud. price at SioulFer's new Main street A New Pest. stoic, next door to tanners Njtiuiial Bank. The fnrmere around Ited House have Tho pupils of tho Hi-'School. found a new nest in Ihe form of the chnporoued by Professor Clark and Pro- - grub worm, and claim that the desttuc- lessor ami Mm. lirock. opeut last Sat- tion wrought by these pests are greater urday at .Mallory Springs. Owen than that of the much dreaded cut Walker s band was there and all report worms. A fanner in that locality tells a grand time. the Cj!MAX the stiptiused innocent worm goes to the roof of the young and 300 sample summer coats and tender corn and their stays until every vests just opened, in all tho latest and partical ol IHo is sucked fiom the plant best styles, at less than manufacturers. and then seeks other plants with the cost to be closed out Moutlers new same results. clothinu house. Main street, opposite Madison national Bank. Tho County Levy. a m Street Incident. "Mv Dear Sir." exclaimed Lawyer Bartholomew Livingston1, meeting tho Rev. Archibald Windham on the vil lage street, "what does this menu? I thought you were laid up with all sorts of bad diseases! "And so 1 was,"rpplied therevereiicd gentleman. ''I had sin attack of itidiges- tiou aud from that time on my whole system has been in a disordered coa lition until I lmgaii taking Hood's Sarsaparilla which has put mo on my feet and cured alt my stomach trou bles." "I don't doubt it," said the lawyer. This same medicine cured my wifo ol rheumatism and my little girl of bcrof uln. When they say it's the best medi cine money ran buy, they only tell the truth. " les. yes so they no. rcpneu the minister, and the two passed on. lm Good example is the most convinc ing eloquence in the world. A Camlet, A Great Big Lot of Men's -- Toe Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants 'the bes'." New York Mills will be closed at 3!fc; per pair. Bring along your CASH when you come fur these bargains and save titneand a rpfual of credit, for this is a CASH CLEARANCE SALE to irako room and get ca-d- i to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfully, w. 0 0 JL.IJ HAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Planters This famous remedy life llerhine will restore the li.ilur-Sold by Perry & Thomas, mccessora to W. will cure it. whether of rhort or long functions of the liver. Price n't cute, O. White. standing Ptico 25c. No cute no p..y. at Perry fc Thomas je.7-li- n ' A battle in which all living must en- At all good druggists. gage the battle ot lifo. Where sympatb.v is not. solitude is. Tho reform most needed in this world is "You May Bend Ihe Sapling, But Not "Like diamonds raindrops glisten.' ' Tho Tree." Drops of Hood's Sarsaparilla are I was seriously afflicted with a cough jewels lor the blood which glisten When disease has becom' chronic and for several years, and lnt fall had a in their use. leep seated it is often dilhcult to cure more seven? cough than ovr before. it. That is the reason wb it is best to I have used ninny remedies without re The highest heights of joy often rise lakn Hood's Muvaoarilla when disease ceiving inuch lehel, and being recom trom the deepest depths of sorrow tlrnt shows itself in pimples, head. mended to try a bottleori liHiiitieriiim s .iche. indigestion, or troubles which rough I'oinedy, by a friend, who. Tetter, and Kczrinn, tell of poor blood, weak stomach or dis knowing mo to In a poor widow, gave The intense itching and smarting incl ordered bver or kidneys. Hub great It to me, I tried it and with the most to these allayet". medicine regulates the whole aysteui. gratifying results. Tho first bottle re- dentapplying diseases ia instantlyEye am" by Cliaiuberkin's . lieved me very much and thes'-conIt never disappoints. -bottle had absolutely cured me. I have 3k5n Ointment, ilany very bad ase. Hood's Pills aro the favorito family not had ns good health for twenty have been permanently cured by it. It years. Kespecttuliy, Jirs. alary a. ia equally efficient for itching piles ane cathartic. Heard. CIaremoro,Ark. bold by ferry a favorito remedy for eoro nipples chapped hand3, chilblains, frost bito jiine7-lt'ulttiro of the mind alono cannot & Thomas. unu chronic soto eyes. 25 cts. per boi cure ills of the heart. Good character can never be posses V.rf Cailj's Coiiuilloa Panders, an Mr. P Kptchiuan. of Pike Cltv. Cal sed by a lazy man. jnst whit a liorso needs when in bao savs: "During my brothor's late sick ness from sciat ierbeunmtiKm. Rli.m. IllaHfAtlCHUBIAN TEA cures Dyspcp- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food bnt lm eia, Constipation and Indi vermifuge. berlnin's Pain Balm was the only rem- edv that gave him nuv relief" Mativ gcstion. Ucgnlates the Liver. Price, JDcts. medicino and tbc best in use to pnt a in Price 25 others hive testified to the prompt re. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. horse per pritno condition'. ;ent3 package leal ironi pain which this liniment at O. White. fords. For salo by Perry fc Thomas. junu7-ltdruggist. matism and Sores. Price, A sallow, jaundiced skin i a symptom of disordered liver as it springs leads onto a hacking, rasping. retninrd - the cures often cough. The very hrsi fyniptom from biliary pnis-mU U BAN racking blood, which destroy energy clieei fulCut, Burns, Bruises, Rheu should lie met with a dose of Dr. Bell's ness, strength, vigor, happiness mid Neglected Cold . OIL 25 s centa. nnouncemeot; From now on we will endeavor to make Weta- Dies and p runs ot all kinds one o f t,hf fi'iir.iiri's. of our store, antl shall keep constantly on hand Fresh Boeas Bananas, California Oranges, m w Fancy StrawberNossina Lemons, Home-growries, Gooseberries, Cherries and all fruits in season. New California Raisins, (London Layers) New Potatoes, Onions, Beans, Tomato"s, Cabbage and Peas. A full line of Canned goods. Coffee's Sugar's Candies, and everything found in si. n Hi Eelf-refor- pie-cio- ,S.ilt.-Klicu- 5axv &?ocsyy. jiuM m Wo solicit your and your order no mutter how siiuill, filling it Give us a trial. you wo will appreciate shall take pleasuie in J. Ernest Stivers, - T. iVIg'r. PHONE J07. may3-1 Main Street, next door to Richmond National Dank. vr n. poverty of goodness" The direst poverty in this world is I l "They Fit (K fl fe ByHiic forelock if. 3rou int the MX benefit of the One-l- ? ouiili 1 Ur w ,jTk pcrwear, Hats, &c. all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Un- - r -- J4 '11 m Clothier, Hie Skoer, The Halter, Tk Finisker. At a meeting of the Magistrates last pany through tlicir aent, 13. (Jooke triday the county levy was hxed ato51 Potts, paid baturttny to .Mrs. alary c"uts, seven cents lets than last year. Sullivan, $,000. tho amount of insur the State levy is o2e, which makes a ance carried in that Company by her total olbl.Ob tor Uouniv iukI State taxes, lhreo thousand dollars was appro husband, the late Judge Sullivan. priated to build s turnpike from KingsJohn Cimuinchnm, of "Itosedale," ton to Hear Wallow, a distance of about threo miles, provided the citizens along complimented the Kentuckian-Citizc- u yesterday ultliaHno lot of large straw- the proposed route will raise the rosto; berries, liner than any wo have ever the necessary money to complete the The Modern Itcauly spen. One berry measured lour niches road titteeii hundred dollars was apin circumference. Paris Kenttickian- - propriated on same, conditions to build UirtVfS on gnoil loon sun sltuslline.w up "' apiKe trom apeisltvell to Jirns&llelu Citizeu. plenty of exercises in the open air llerlorm grows with health aud her Court Cry. Mr. N. 1$.' Dtiathorage, who was face blooms with its beauty. If her Considering tho busy season will ustem needs the cleansing action of a unpointed b Judge M'tirpjn to till the olllce ol MSigisirate made vacant bv farmers a largo crowd attended court laxative remedy, she s the gentle his (TuriiinV) appointment to the olHce Mi'iidav. and pleasant Syrup of rigs, made by of C ounty Judgu; has .lechncdlo serve. ifNorris iJrothers report about 700 the waittornia tig syrup uo. only. and Mr. W. 11. Uouglns was appointed rattle on the market, which brought to 0 coins. Several hiinilred bom in his stead. It is better to lie a good pltlmbiT head H sheep ehmiged handset I'oin than a poor preacher. The game oi ball between C. U aud :!! to i cents, the latter price being paid Georgetown Cillege, which occurred last lor lamus. About tAM cattle were re Bad mnnagement keeps more people tifteruooii, on t .o colloge cam ported at the Madison Stock Yard in poor eircumstances than any other I pus, resulted in. the defe.it of tieorge- Prices from .'5 to 5 cents. oun cause. To bo successful one must town' by a scoio- of, 2 too. It was-Auctioneer Piowitt icports navmg look ahead and plim ahead so thai warmly cdu tented game througlfdut so'ditweiye head ol hories ranging when a favorahlo opMirttiuity presents prues trom s.5 to tio. itself ho is ready to take advantage ! U. U. winning m the ninth inning. Thn .mule innrket was light several it. A little forethought will also save nilH'li oxit!ii80 ami valuable time. A Wednesday evening,. 'Juno 11, is hend sold brought from 7 50 lo $75. prudent and careful man will keep n th date for the preliminary to select a r to represent Central Univerbotue of tyliiiiillierlain s ollc. Cholera antl Diarrhoea Ilemcdy in thnhoui-e- . sity i" tho Chautauqua at Lexington. the shiftless fellow will wait until ne- 1'lio.six contestants aro: T. Hood cesf.it v compels it and then ruin his best C. Crooke. K. W. Keenou, N. U horse'going for a doctor and have a big yhrsjiife, E. YJ Mo6re and W. M Itccauyc purely vegetable yet Muir.r?, doctor but to pay, besides; one. jwiys prompt, healthtul, saUsfactory i r "" ;t out 2o rents, the other is out a hundred - 'Pic'-Niat Silver Creek. dollars and then wonders why his neigh-- 1 bor Is potting richer while he is getting I e celebralod Tho Fi r.rth of July will poorer. For sale by Perry .and at I5ams ,M!ll Itridge in urand styl. A jum-lm '3e silent." said Pythagoras. 'or say Tie inns, druggist. ! given jm-- t below the something better than silence," oi.- nic is i way'to losj one's liberty biidge, on 4i-- r 'P'ek. and itpromiset: The to h an unnBtablu atfair in every If thfi pndijocitiiii to ornm in chil- is to run Into del it. 'pee'&TS bv Hon. W. l.'.Stuith. dren is not cured thev miiy Iwcowo CUBAiI itCLlEF cares Col. Jnmesm Cnporton and othei, emticinted, weaklv and In danger of Col . Ncir- - ic.u nl Toothchi win iw uievcwuri'S m i!u iiav, convulsions. While's Creiim Vermi-fug- r 2a' ... l ,V L. ill in Itictiuinri.d HUiffir hand will furnish1 is the inest rtirostul and ih pillar 4hJ) finamtr CuuiplaluUiimi1. r"" l'ri.e, ijo t uaU, liv'etVfflFtlV coibc toiuo. liriin: remedy.' Pjjcti "D ceute, at I'e.r4y iiiiimv Sold by l'evry & TUuia SHCccwirs to U'. U. ''griib" and fiavii a leal joil) giaul time.. Ihomas. . miierllti. White The New York Life Insurance Com m in-e1 Ltt-t!o,'- 6. Aside from tho set ions inconvenience and pain caused bv piles, there is a tendency lo fistula and lo cancer in the ret'lnt regfons. Piles should not be id lowed to run on unchecked, 'fabler's Biickevn Pile Ointment is an infallible remedy. Price oOets. a bottle, tubes 75 je-lcents, at l'errv & Thomas. and forbearaiit will become Tolerant every true gentleman. A as Nature Intended." fl A Ik Feet I I I tr 1 & OXFORDS ARE HERfc, Finely made of soft "VELVETTA" kid on stricdly hygienir- - and anatomical principles they are the most comfortable and mosti. Oxfords yet devised for'woman's wear. 5S4 ,LIKE THE FAMOUS perfet-t-titthig "JENNE88 MILLER". SHOE 3, Oxfords $3.00." E&sy fo Take Easy $o Qparmto thor-oag- h, 11 "Jewess Miller" ss Ml i .THEY FIT TIIE FEET AS NATURE INTENDED. jfi .A.,i,iMi,w vear "'Jenness Miller" Oxfords All wome- with the assurance of cnjoyingabsolutcfootcomfurt. Only to b4 had of ns in this city. 'i i mill I Mi.imr miiai 1 DOUGLAS, BRIGHT&CO WIST MAIN STEET RICMONl), KY ie J Mj! - WJ . Viz MjjKj Ukl MV i yK-y- t' liLiifc ti MV.yU MVt M A- - . J . jSi Mi . , Our Goods AIND Hire's Tir Chance. -- m -- m 11HI Ht 'tH1 County Court Days. . Sohq Extraordinary Ofers by The Climax. The Climax wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of the new year. In order to reach this ond, some extraordinary inducements will bo made. Until further notico the following will bo offered to subscribers. The Climax and The "Week- 5 ! That cough Our Prices lianas on I I Compel you to trade with up when you give us a trial. The ladies Qannot be dcceh ed by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of laxative. process of manufacturing figs In the nish any paper published in the world, select the la- are used, as they are pleasant to the the United States or Europe taste, but the medicinal qualities the test goods, and when you remedy are obtained from sennaof and at reduced rates. aromatic plants, by a method buy you know you have other to the California Fig Sybup known theyalue of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post, $3. . tive principles of plants known to. be medicinally laxative and presenting The Richmond Climax and 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 $1.00 tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and "Weekly J gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. I manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and subThe Climax andOhioFarm, stance, and its acting on the kidnevs, liver and bowels, without weakening $1.90. or irritating them, make it the ideal The Climax can also fur- ly Bouisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's effects of the well known remedy, or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. Srnur OF Fios, manufactured by the The Climax and the LouisCalifoiinia Fio Srnur Co.. illustrate 5 1 ! OW1 LO dies but it does not ! yield; it is too deep I f cn?4r nt r ri i rf K rrrv- IV- Jl WUII I fell - Ynn havt ikpA all i I It may wear j jtself out in time, but j it is- more; liable to! seated. - Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. NicholasvilleKJessamino county, third Monday. Clark county, fourth . Winchester, Monday. , Versailles, woodford' cojinty, fourth ' Monday. v all: women mwmmmmmmmmmimmmmmm Should know that the M J . - SlliB sTi aT1 TtttsWst--sl1l-tf,B,B,tf,sa'fril- l "" JT4tk j 0'IbIsbv it 'rrrn f. M ' PLEASE TRY ; produce la grippe, pneumonia or a scri- ous throat affection. You need something that will give youj strength and build up the body. Mr, Eoherts,tho director qf thejmint, has decided upon thoUcsign for; the Lafayette silver dollar. At its. last session Congress authorized 60,000 of I these dollars to be 'coined in nidiof the Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dcc8-ly- r Lafayette Monument association, O. White. i which proposes tp orect a monument to All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Korve Pl&sters. j Lafayofte in Paris in jflfeo. These dol I lars will bo sold for whatever premium This is j can be obtained fflir 'thorn. as it is expected to net a large! sum, believed the dollars will sell at a minimum, of $2 a piece, while tho majority will bring more. If the dollars should average $4 or ?5 each the total sum for j the monument would bo secured. of Adm. Dewoy The has caused a boom in the dry gobtls trade. The domand for ordinary cloth ! and prints for conversion into bunting has nearly exhausted the supply, and f it lias been found necessary to take 5 higher grades of materials, including what is known aa "sixty-fou- r square" In the trade it is estimated that at least 500,000 pieces, or 25,000 yards of bunting will be used to welcome the hero of Manila. This extraordinary demand, coming on a rising market, it is said, will influence prices greatly. home-coming lathe best for Female TrosMes. Corrects all lrresrularl ties In Female Organs. Should bo taken for Chanre el lilt nnd before Planters "0!tl Tine Kraeaics nave stood m test for twenty years. JtaJionly by New PpencerMadldneCo., Chat- lAnougri, t ennrww. .CANDY CATHARTIC AV, Jl r f the latest, up-to-da- te goods. Is that what you want? If so, trade with only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. Co. SAW rOANCISCO. CAI FEW POINTS ON THE. MORTGAGE. SCOTT'S EMULSION will do this when everything else fails. There is no doubt about it. It nourishes, strengthens, builds up and a viithtoik! rrrr; ixif ntril ' fii'l l ci't uti.i vi.n - nr. . L. GRADE DROP CA31NIT 108BICH StIH& MACSiM ) iM Kit, penrrtij loucanciamuia .uai jour iti fa rest int.riib uvjx-- m.nu n xoana r?pff nrfirj-- ettcur ji. -r GKKATESr BAH0A1S IOU KT1 (!Kfi- - Or, frricfciMt Our Special Offer Prion 0 and treleht chanre. the niari.tRi; fijrlid ft 120 pnand-- i and the 'retcht ill vfn e T i iif4 fir ?ch !W)n' GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIAL in ymir wW h.w. j we wi.t rrtum jou. !..;.. a j are nor . M'l.P-t- . t PrfUr f.i'hUr at fH.5-1tertBt milrs Jt4 fr4 n fcrlki DROP 3K5rC OAilZVKT 2iLKLl . Is the irreatcst vniua ever oHered by imy hiut. SEND 7iO MONEY ti MM! kii wp " ""i AC" f i 3" Trrtl Jin cuts, ntTenn BEVAF?IiOr IMITATIONS iU',"p7'ru'rrr irr "r. rrhp taHmuii lndrtrrmonTy. R)LUHI.k ixu Mtw t. oe -- Miad U V uifr rarou.H Zklm ai s t v-i wtti,n km 'th r Tho mortgage is a in- TH E BU R D i G- 5C . m.i '- CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. stitution. LOUISVILLE. EY. NEW YORK, If. T. For sale by all Druggists. Price SOc per bottle. Jan5-l- y " liV'Jlll 111 i 'mhi.I Jr7r.T...'.T1.,r:.,:.,,";.:Ti i. -- 1 , i White AND Gib suii Who can think of tome simple Wanted-- An tMng to iwlentj PmliiKt rnnp IAmlk' thv mar tirlnz vou wealth. Write JOHN WKDDCKMJItN A CO, Patent AttorI). neys, Washington. for their IAU prUe otter and list ot two huculred Inventions wanted. SDR. CALDWELL'S INDIGESTION. PEPSlRJ Idea c oshal&Co Commission Merchants.. Call 5, Hogs and Sheep. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY 19 The man is who lias a good, sound, reliable carriage under him. He can Cincinnati, O. rest secure in the thought that when lie lias one of our well made, reliable Telephone 734G. Cha'tons, carriages, runabouts, or road carts, that come fattest steers. EfcAll information regarding live what may on the rnad, his wagon never It lives on tho first fruits of tho seaConsign will give way. We havo one of the son. etoek cheerfully furnished. finest stocks of road wagons, rocka-way- s scpt7-l- y your stock direct to us. and rubbertired oneirics in RichVolcanic Eruptions JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r., mond. Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob life Kentucky Carriage Works. t of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, cures them; also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Sealed bids wilt Ik1 received by J. N Culton for the erection of a new church, just beyond Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best File Water Works, on the Richmond and Irvine ttmiritke. Hp to Friday, Mny25. For further Pains and RANGES euro on earth. 25Drives out box. Cure narttcalars call on David Clienault, Sr., or J. Aches. Only apr26-tcents a N. Culton, this city guaranteed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 2 Union Stock Yards, hold its own. It calls for just as many dollars when grain is cheap as when it is dear. It is not affected by tho drouth. It is not drowned out by heavy rains. It never winter kills. Late springs nnd early frosts never trouble it. Potato bugs never disturb it. It grons nights, Sundays. rainy days and even holiday. It brings a sure crop every year and sometimes twice a year. It produces cash every time. It does not havo to wait for the market to advance. It is not subject to speculation of the hulls and bears on tho board of trade. It is a load that galls,frets and chafes. It is burden that the fanner cannot shake off. It is with him morning, noon, and night. It cats with him at the table. It gets under his pillow when ho sleeps. It rides upon his shoulder during tho day. It consumes his grain crop. It devours his cattle. It selects the finest horses nnd the It always ii ki:iii l if i. r::i '.vi -f"-in- ; " l - i I RSfK'-a-,- fCiT-r:, ' - .. - - 3 Pine-Tar-Honey Frfr,lfr-!'T- " rf S S K&dT Pr'ri!--wr?P- Zji makes the body strong and i healthy, not only to throw i " off this hard cough, but to Every precaution has been taken to fortify the system against I further attacks. If vou are prevent tho desecration of the grave of Mrs. "Win. Whitney. f run down or emaciated you f has had theC.grave planted Mr. Whitney with torpeI should certainly take this i doed, and tho lot in Zion cemetery, in j nourishing food medicine. tho village of Donglaston, L. I., is $ VV- I ii.-E'--- kSli 7m Z 4 Sealed Bids. -- I35- ECONOMIST d CALL AT ITE-w- FASHIONS. llDainty confections in tulle, chiffon, SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN.. rosebuds or mousseliue do soie for the neck, have replaced ostrich feather boas. Violeta and roses seem more in evidence than other blossoms, though oiner uowers. ana tulle in every con ceivable color, are used in millinery. ery elegant jackets are made of d cloth. The basques are short and scalloped, with stitched nnd braided seams. Three grains of borax dissolved in five drams each, of rosewater, and Roofing, Guttering orange-flowe- r water, will frequently and General keep light freckless at bay. Job Work. Asa pleasing variation of the ever lasting dark blues and browns, we have g a lovely, beige with pinky-brow- n tinge nnd a grayish green, sufficiently serviceable for constant wear, called reseda, n girls are very jauntily gowned. Best & Co. aro showing some - graceful dresses for misses,so fashioned as to impart a kindly lissomeness to the figure, and tone down all "growing" X angles. Somo very pretty jacket suits are also shown by tiiis firm double- breasted and very much braided, and toppod off with art buttons. Tire, Sab 5oTraAo Sometimes as many as twelve yards atvi. 3VccA&w Sts..; of tulle are used on a sinclo hat, the floral trimming in such case being limited to a largo rose. Six of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid Brussels lace is the smartest material promptly. for a bride's veil. Little girls wear overalls on the play In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on ground, just as boys do. It saves their the most approved plans. In Accident pretty dresses, immensely. Insurance we again give the best. We Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the citr are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- te 5 ipipy s fawn-colore- Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Phone 3. Second St. RICHMOND, KY. Who can think Wanted-fof some simple thing to patent? Protect your they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEKBURN & CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington. I). C, for their tl.SJ) prlto oiler and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. I4; ln Idea JL'.DUE Ml is to, for: cool-lookin- Halt-grow- INI. SEASON. 1835, I S. F. Rock, LEGAL TEST 16036. t Iteeord 2:23', fourth heat In a race on a halt mile track. Sired by the great Electionwill not transact business with Irresponeer (the only horse with 167 in 2:30). sible companies. Leoal Test's 1st dam by "Don Victor." by 26 Second Street, Williamson's Belmont;" 2d dam Minnie, by "(in of Hambletonian 10; 3d dam Laura Keene, UpStairs, by Hambletonian 10, all producing dams Ills sire. Electioneer, stands ahead of any horse, living or dead, both as a sire of extreme xpeed and 2:30 performers, and his son, Chimes, is the champion trotting Stallion, as a sire of fast and consistent race horses, having to his credit seven with average records of 2:10-- , , 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 COMPLETE year the leading stars of the truf. .JSln-'- J Kcsmrcs - rrs The get ot thit great horse also hold the BLISS records for yearling, and trotters. Likial TuST is 16 hands high, fine weight, with a perfect disposition. lie goes with a e shoe in front nnd behind, and is ulte a handsome horse. Will stand at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Je2-lthree-year-o- ld four-ounc- Evelyn Cable. Xo Right to Ugliness. aprf-2- B. H. NEALE. Wfceefer & Wilson Sewing Machine. The woman who Is lovely in face, form and temper will always have friends, but ono who would bo attractive must keep her health. If she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. If she hns constipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. Llectric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate 6tomach, liver and kidneys nnd to puri -The Great fy tho blood. It gives strong nerves, 5g bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good-loo- k now wllhln cn.v rrnrh nf brrrv turrnn I. SJ ilaya treatment Is positively guaranteed to cure n ing, charming woman of a the wim rmnpllcateil cane of Nervous Debility. 01 WsmIiic It nets powerfully and quickly. Invalid. Only 50 cents at Perry & X New Moil. Phy.Irnlly IVrfrrt. Is the rr.ull : Qflhr iip of llKlil'.MUtO. Young men wfll ro Thomas' Drug Store. REGENERO. guarded night and day by detectives. SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Two men were detailed for this duty Bettlto Only. 25c, SOc. and $1.00 Sizes from tho Flushing police station, in AN ATTRACTIVE SUMMER FOLDER. which precinct the cemetery is situBE SURE YOU GET I aUflavrADell t, i tiiii tut-- .nit nMm.-.J any remedy i equal towDr. IleU's llne-'la- r " ated. They are relieved at intervals Honey. PiRt-Tar-Hon- iy It Elves qnlcX and permanent relief Dr. The Southern Railway has just is- by two others. Tho detectives aro In grlpai well as coachsand colds. Itmalcra weak I nnm etronc. lira. L A. Metcalfe, sued a handsome Summer Folder, of former JTew York City policemen, who Peducah,Kr. about 40 pages, giving description, cuts were detailed in tho Flushing police For sale by Perry & Thomas, succcisors to W. G. White. . and complete Information' about the station after consolidation. summer resorts in tho South, reached The very nowest society fad is a dinby that line. Copies of this Folder will ner to which not one man is invited a bo mailed free to any address by Wji. H. Tayloe, Asst. Genl. Pass. Agent, kind of Admanless Eden sort of a feast. Will it last? Are the women strong 210 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. enough to do away entirely with man's society and rind unalloyod pleasure in PRINTER MIXED IT UP. their own? This a conundrum, re- An angry advertiser rushod into thcJ.n8 a writer on such topics, which ttufeonsnssji umhei tfre-3- i rosSssasJ! mmKx remains to bo solved. In the meanofllce recently and shouted: our ad ought ib read, time, to be at the top notch of fads in ' "See here, Thousands of patrons are wearing swelldom at least one Adamless dinner must be given during the season. trousers of our make." The foroman of tho composing room" Tho "Winchostor Sun says: "Win-fiel- d looked up and meekly said: "Well?" Thomas, of this county, has sold Tho irate advertiser threw down a within the last year $107 worth of calves copy of the paper containing tho ad of his own raising on a. farm of 130 EAST LIBERTY, PA. The compositor had made itjead "ma acres, and he has within the samo per." . trons." Kentuckian. iod sold $133 worth of hogs raised by OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. slopping and following the cows that SUNDAY ONLY. produced the calves. Ho has also sold Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. is the nearest point to the Eastern market. The Bible says Sunday was set apart from the samo cows in that time over jlndianapclis for Kaiti- .wast Distributing as a day for rest. That's very truo, but $100 worth of butter and milk besides the'1 899 Sabbath is used by some people all that his family consumed. He keeps more, Washington, Philadelphia, New York and till principally as a day to be religious. about a dozen cows." Eastern markets. coat, the Tho long-tai- l Tho Elks' Fair at Lexington will cer Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle aud all look and only exhibited on tainly be a "hummer." Contracts have other kinds of stock. a Sunday, end the hypocrite lays them' "been drawn up and sent on for signa- - Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. aside at 10 o'clock Sunday night to be tues to Dr. Carver, the famous Vild used no more until the following Smw West man, who is to givo dailv exhibi PRIVATE HORSE SALES ETERY WEEKDAY. day. One of Sam Jones' subjects is tions of glass ball shooting and rough "Sunday Only "Religion," and in it riding. A herd of driving elks has beon Samuel has food for much talk. It is secured as a feature in addition to a may31 - 3m disgusting to sec so many nien pretend bicyulo high drive, a captive balloon to be religious on Sunday and then be and other attractions. Tho amusement as mean as the very devil the next six list is by no means yet complete. days. Central Record. ' ,. Old man Worthington pardoned 32 murderers in 13 days, many of them A Popular "w'ed.dlng Trlpl " AND BUY YOUR serving life sentences. The RepubliIf you want a dolighlful wedding can party ought to put in its next plattrip where you aro not likely to meet form a declaration favoring crime of all acquaintances, take one of the D. & C. kinds, that of taking human lifo in "We pay the Highest and sell new steel passenger steamers to tho particular, and promising pardons to all for the Lowest Prices on earth. Islnnd of Cool Breezes. Staterooms nnd who got in trouble after voting that Parlors reserved thirty days in advance. ticket. Stanford Journal. Send two cent stamp for illustrated A consignment of 30,000 quail caught pamphlet. Addross, A. A. Schantx, Cop.. Main and Cheapside. RICHMOND, KY. in Egypt was received at I union and G. l'.A., V. x v., Detroit, Mint. will bo liberated on rich men's pre Ono of the gravest facts relating to serves. Hie crates m winch they were the harmfulness of cigarette smoking kept had been specialy constucted, and to excess is one that has lately come to arrangements had been made for their light. In two distinct cases, recently being properly fed, Very few died related, with initials and dates, by Dr. during the vovnge from Alexandria to Forbes "Winslow, it was necessary to Liverpool. apply leeches to persistent cigarette A St. Paul paper reports that a wom smokers. Tp the no small surprise of an of that city who died the other day the doctors respnetively in attendance, left by will enough money to pay taxes both tho leeches they are creatures of on certain personal property which she very strong vitality prosentlv re had not returned to the assessor. leased their hold and were observed to drop dead. So notable was this fact that the experiment was tried of applying leeches to other patients who were then under treatment for excessive cigarette smoking, and in every case tho leeches died almost immediately. Distinct traces of the dangerous " lcfore my empyrcumatic oil that is given oil by tobacco under certain conditions wore wife began using found in the leeches. Tho snmo experi- Mother's Friend ment was tried with excessive pipe she could hardly i-t smokers, with no apparent injury to get around. I do not .she the leeches. f SCOTT tf BOWNE, - and $i. no, all druggists. Chemists. New York. X T Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Care for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough. "'ii . S fr-- 5 P XttX i.ak...: 50 JJhltV H'-l"-fP iHr Ik i. .lr J'iUl 11 f tt III T li "vl 'Xi l, Itio.hurtlr.an.on Itf-iriier. h tr. -. ti ' ifckV- - tmmli.il " ft- ri"fi' '-- ri.rlin. f-if- ci - c. ., . -' ii ".f rS-- 1 &l Vj ill i U trs&v&Z) CUArA'atEO J tS&J&i lal j.V;- .1 if ji- - " - T.r! - U' . B1.1-.- 1.. -- r:ro OTAH If - tjes v.ii..jf.Urr nrtiui l.iri s 1c pWMM- II ) i'i bt.!ir-......iMr.Hf.UM rl nk.ir.. -. - mr !!. an'ltleirh.--p!i:- t it try , 1 J. .... : ii. .t ii !ii.r' r wcr rr-- l. iidtr. . i il . r--f .- :!i- nfi . rr uttlirHin ,l5,5n. i..iunra. i.i. Addrcs:, l"" . pill-- T SEARS, H&IJUCi'. apr56m Pri.ir. II.. r. l'i rn urn r. '.). li n ihn i ix.s w- l lmr. co lr .t Ct rf ... ti- I'EK tm ... - rrnt ,. r, .I'M. C3. Unci iiti U3li;3SO, Madison Monumental )) oils ESTABLISHED nd Btli's 1863. Pkopr1 IETOU. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary anil F(i.eign ami American Marble and Granite. mitmmm 1 sie. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who are contoninlatlnir !buvinir aIMnrblo. Granite, ...orl any kiinl nf . .. .; i enieiury ft inu l turK, win inui n 10 .1 ineir iiuuie.sLt 10 can nr. .1 0111 hl.ir.i m tin- ri'iir of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constaitly on haml .1 largo stock of finished work to soloct from, at prices to suit all s .1 buyers. jlMn. AV. G. UOUCHKR. one; of the best workm-- in Central Kentucky, is in churo of our eg!iitilishment nml this lliwins satitOctcry wm l in every phase. Tarties livinc at a distivnce should writo to iu tor Jestn--- . which will. bo furnished ou application. j . clat-M-n Dittshurg Central Stock Yards, , BB-- YOUR PATRONAGE SOLIdTED.-TB- & It Best Point of JTTVYES T. qnn njmnjinnnxijuin ruxririJTn ruijar 1 Proprietor. nnp jackass-in-a-grave-ya- HIGHEST GRADE I SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN 12 LADI gS' COLTJilBIAN Sell Your Hides Best Bicycle Bu iLt FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. All wt! require is (1.00 ilown, balance payable alter examination. ? Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. TnuitniAN Grocery Co., We arc the only factory in the United States selling direct to rider. We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever gil Wo giro more options than the regular dealers. You can hare yourl color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. I Our bicycles hare all the latest improvements large tubing, flush joJ sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc. WRITE FOB CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, TO-D- COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO.! C apr2&-3ni CLEVELAND! They're the Best ! 0? . ."0 ..SOI.I.I.... ! A HUSBAND SAYS: 0 0 0 Sua... .. . . Thai's whv vou want to see them before you buy. We mean our CASH On and after January 1st, terms will be cc 1S99, our (.. .. . Insurance Gasoline Stove. SPOTP 'CASH3l Wo have attempted to run our business by colvj lecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them alH promptly. Wo are therefore compelled to sell' for CASH that we may pay ensh for ou goods,1" and will cndeiivor to mako it to the interest of. the trade to do business with us. We have u nico line of Staplo ant Fancy Grccerio3, Quconswaro and Glassware, Sec. Give us a call, examine our stock nnd got pricos. jffGoods exchanged for country produce 5$ could think e . Rey. Gaines, of Tennessee, is, in get Washington an business. Speaking along without of the political outlook he said : "Tho Democrats have only to stand it now. She has firm, renominate Bryan make some used it for two additions to tho Chicago platform and months aud it is they will sweep the country in 1900. a great help to . . ... sea... a... ... run-dow- 3f min iiinr imi mannoon, ami OM ileu will recover their youthful vljor. It Invigorates and restores to SILVER REPUBLICANS ARE STILL EN imi inn nnu M?or, all suneren rrom Seminal Weak, nesws, Impotency, Varicocele. Spermattorhea, THUSIATIC FOR WM. J. BRYAN AND Nightly Emissions, Drain awl Slatcnlar Power. THE CHICAGO PLATFORM. Weak Memorr, Wakcrulncss, F.vll Dreams, Despon-li-nr- y. Iirlc of ConlMcnce. and nil eft"rrt of u-tliCM-- , or excess anil Indiscretion, which unSU ne lor uuMncxs. study or marrlaee. Dubois, chairman of tho ItEli EX EltO xoesatom-etoiliroot of tho r.ltcase-lh-at Is why Executive . It lilliocrratetNrMeTonletDUseworld Committe of tho National tciirt-i la wliv It irlvn Vlzoraml ctionnndreKtorrs Silver Republican party, was inter ' e Hrr or Youth. It It n in irvekras Ulood l'url-- " -r I'at Is why tlio I'lnk CJInir rtim.i l.rli in viewed as to tho present attitude of ftp imle chcrlm. Insist urwn ha Ing ItKCENKHO. i an uct.irriminreht lxxkeu lly mall $1.00 per tho silver Republicans and said: 'iv, t six r g3.o. We cheerfully rrfuni "Tho s will meet in Ihp mnn-- v where six Imxes do not effect a cure. ...... uational convention at the same time j ...-v- . niv American umce 01 I)t BORDEAUX MEDICALGO.iar'aopt21-l- - For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas. Rotary Plotiog awl Ball Bearings 1MB 1 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE and place as the Democrats. "So far as the silver Republicans are concerned they are interested in tho success of the principles which they supported in the Chicaco Dlatform.arid Bryan has not changed, and the Chica go platform will be "The union of the Democrats and tho silver Republicans will bo more Lindsay, of Kentucky! being allowed to complete and harmonious in 4900 than name six out of the thirteon Census ever bofore and everything points to a Supervisors tho State is entitled1 to. She does Bryan's ronomination isassurcd.forho her. is just as much admired in tho strong her housework holds of the party jis ho was in '90. without trouble." Tho next platform will declare airaiust expansion, militarismfand the trusts, which threaten tho, destruction of the nation. "What makes the prospect all is an external liniment for expectant mothers to use. It gives them the brighter for tho Democracy is the strength to attend to their household torn and devided stale of the Republi duties almost to the hour of ponfine-men- t. cans. When Congress moots and the Itus the'one and only preparad majority tries to enact gold- - tion that overcomes morning sickness standard legislation, it will find out and nervousness. It is the only tho true sentiment of tho country on remedy that relaxes and relieves the strain. It is the only remedy that the financial question." makes labor short and delivery easy. It is the only remedy that puts the Kentucky Republicans were perfect in condition so that swelling Iy willing to havo tho gold Democrats breasts or rising is impossible. Don't take vote with them to carry this State, but medicines internally. They endanger they are not willing to havo the gold the lives, of both u other ana child, Democrats rewarded with Federal of Mother's Friend is sold by druggists for $ . fices, and they have through Senator Send for.onr free illustrated book. Deboe, tiled a vigorous protest with The Bradfleld Regulator Co.. Atlanta. Ga. the administration against Senator Mothers Friend A V HEGG1NS a.. .. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, L ELLIS, KY. l AIIIIIStaaAllllllilfiitBaliaAltAtt Aftila !J iron-cla- Ia Ij-JS- T JP m 1 If FOUND ONLY AT THE 5$ Why So FFER Agony? 1 Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. : , FRKISHT RADb IrlARKS Lisnsnncuyeonnae:iuai. Handbook on I'atcsts ecnt free. Oldest aeencr for secnrlnc patents. I'atcnu taken through Mnnn Jc Co. rccctvo rptriaX notice, without charge. In the c. Anrons sendlne a sketch and derlDtInn qnlctlr ascertain ocr opinion frte whethermtr an Invention Is probably patentable. Commnnlra- - Copyrights Designs victory of the reform forces. "There is no disintegration of tho sil ver Republicans except in tho visions of those who wish the success of the gold standard trust controlled, imper ialistic Republican party." Mr. McKinley hasJoet no opportunity to show his gratitude to tho men with out whose votes het would hayp .been defeated, and the "Whatiecs are,Ui tho original idea will' bo carried out, re gardless of tho protest Shelby News. PRKPAID. tfSf Plows, scientific For sale by Uluo Grass Furniture Co., Richmond, Ky. A handsomely Itlnstrated weekly. clr- mlfillon of U1T Wntlfln Innrnnl Ter.ns, 13 a :.;onr monins, IL ooia Dyall newBUsuUcrs. Ca.3-v. Hew Ynrt JimmM. largest i Tho New York woman who married iraoic jjarker, oaa of the negroes indicted for the murder ot Sam Gordon, a young lawyer and gave him $"i.000,000 in Logan county, several months ago, becatiHo "he made such beautifnl died it the Warren county jailwhcre prayere" should bo a shining example WHAYNK JH'K'O CO., no has oecH kept to xoen kuu fKim ye- - lo members ot the. tega! 'fraternity ol LQUUSVILLB. HO FHIflTM AY. ' arm sewfisr machine with all attach merits war ranted lojears. If machine is not satisfactory in to diva money will be re lunueu. benucasn with order. Descriptive circular sent on KV. - sew high For this style Harrows, Corn Planters, i? Cultivators, Champion BindliS SJS& ers and Mowers, and all of Panning Ilmplemen, mehlrly i When DON'3 COMPLETE PILlfi CURE is guar:! to euro you itis tho rliscovory of an eminent phy No Knife ! No ieitarruption of Business! Tho first treatment brings immediate TvlirP. cured thousands, and will cure you. JMK. i. r. W1I.GOA, pvonunrnt lWnliant. rnol nnd chief of tlio OhattauooL' i l'';ro llciiartinefikof ti m; i ian. Mrl.f' After years of suHerip;;, ijoi n nniAnn tii'icmled Id Tle. ' Tilt! UM? cf Ollft Lnr I .lunlarily fjivo yen this btatcrncnt,' hopini it v'll .ijc lj ; of b'inginjryouronikrfu remedviti t!ic atti .ilii wi.tig nun pises. a Rrkie DON CHEMICAL GQMPM CnAITAiMOOGA, TENN. U W.00,.Prepld to any Addna&S L, ' KL. t tA-'Ji- v. 1 vTfe lug lynched, ...... ' frmf u- " .c ' nichZl-fi- - ptoto rir 1 . . , 1