You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, June 14, 1899. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1899 ric1899061401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, June 14, 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. I 7 ra r w w i I l I 0 1t 4 jji 1CHflOND t SII VOLUME 25 t1 irvy RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 1899 t 5Uolqe S 1 1 e o H Tnl B uilDII WI 4 ismnce ocictyiOK TUB E GRIGSBY DIUNCEYl General Agents Eitxterii Kentucky G i4y PROFESSIONAL CARDS irron1ES Rw MtUUCR ATTOHHKYATLAW aRiIIMONflmiri in the IlBrnam lUilIdlnc next JX t- orr National Bank fcbSly I ZSlItSJ4iArroRNVATLAw1niCHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hnnlirnre store op pits Conrt llwipo on Main Street II F HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW JtiiiMONn KENTUCKY iiiif No 13 First St up Btnire 31 30 JC DM OIIKNAULT TTORKEYS A T LA W RUHMOND KENTUCKY Hire on Sueorul Rtreet over Chen an is grcseerytPHYSICIANS DIJS GIBSON GIBSONbIll YJICIA N AND RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olliee ilbe Joe cclWni building IS and ao Secfon Street over WkHe oM drugstore CHAS HOOKER ETERINARY SURGEON GntiluaU Ontario Veterinary College Vftiriiiary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialtyd Hike up Atairs orer store rirl hy Ilichntoml Harness Co East Main St Kiilinmnd Ky apr7Iy 11 C JASPER M D Mediuino anil Surgerya oSTti phone nt rwuleixe the Cnrr place on JllGfd way RICHMOND KENTUCKY GW EVANS Jl D PHYSICIAN AND SOIIGKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY 111 T J TAYLOR Irartilioner in Medicine and Surgery RVHMOND KENTUCKY OlBcc and residence on Second Street DENTAL STJHOEHT j1k a tte t tOnSOt DBJfTIIT op LouiHVtuH Ky Odlce next door to lnTvriimeiit nnllillng t RIIIIIt Ky Ollloe liuuni Oto 121 Ui4 17lySJFREDSMTHS DEN liST iomcf ovr Collins Oroeery same office laId occiiplea by Dr W W JIuniti Janl2ly Dr Louis II Landniaii K 53 Went Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlmmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 1899 I returning every xecond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mud Ky feblBly ILLNQZNRLSHORT I New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA IuUnsanTourlatS1p1g Car leaves Louls every Thursday night IInd runs throulb to San Ak your ticket agent for particulars or write AgentLouisvilleFree Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans- A II HANSON WM A KELLOND O P k Chicago A O P A Lonlsvllle lkfteIB d Dkio Eailmy Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Sterling and exInRton Accont 8 65 am rn Kxpresx for Louisville 7 30 am pmNewEAST BOUND fxiiifrtonaml MorehAad Acconv 9 ls am Nw York Limited F F V II 58 am pmWashingtonAccommodation trains run dally except San dailyThrough car service to York 5Forinfonnatlon rats omlecperreserrstloni Salionorwjte K IIOOD Agent Richmond Ky or OEOUQE W BARNEY D A O 0 By Lexington Ky THE BEST Of THEM AI- JII1p1ows THLY2AGA3IZ1N M Con Ir nuliInUll cutertulnluj reAdift inciter- 3fo fonttmifil mforlf triOk nri iso ottfleoUoWe to euotreesdrr It Rhoalt be in every household Bnb ecrlptlon 83 oa per ynar TitheJ J iwmcoTT cbwAur tftwu ai HILActffll rj NO OWNERS FOR THIRTEEN MILLIONS NOW HELD BY THE UNITED STATES TREAKURY i 1 t i I Vas1iingtnSpec New YorkIun1 The reeortLof the Treasury are full ofronmnce8i8alil h Treasury oflictafft Fnke that bureau iettttO Division of Abandoned Lnnda and Property for example It is in itself ono great roinnncu Why there is nbout 13 000000 in iU keopinj belonging to peo st in the South alone Yon see dur IIp Iud It tIiti clolle Of tJleJ h11 Wnr valuable proiWly of all Sorts fell mid tliohaiilH of Jjiftjirjny oicejk and TU3S turned Into tho Treasury Finally the lunotint beciiniH so great that whpn William K Ohandlnr became Assist nt Secretary he treated a division to have Qbares of the entire matter More than 12000000 charged to that division is the proceeds of cotton taken from plantations and towns all over tho Southand sold ilknowof one case in which 2000 000 vortljj4jf cotton was taken frow a siaplejwnspeople to whom it belonged wore not rebels at all hut were always loyal to tho Union They havent an idea vhero the cotton went to lJWrl names tieret all dilllciilt lor them tA uiakethir case if tlioy only knew what to do ftis nearly 37yoars sircc tfic ntonev ifK depositc there I dont know whether lly of the owners tire alive or not mill if they are it is hardly probable that thy will tver get back whai is really their own All the tebtiuul in the c ljasement and it never lots go anything jttgets its baud on The agent who t his cotton Is dealt lt5iigafdBs is ilio man who sold ItHo you see the owner could not prove their case by either ol them There are others instances similar to this Ju 1s iI we received from a Gov oriimeiit agent more titan 100000 which was the proceeds of cotton taken from a foreigner supposed be a block do runner in one of thijlurgor cities of he South When Secretary McUul loch heard of this he said This money is only held in trust by lie Government Sonic days we shall e obliged to account for it for the United States has really no right to jceup it But from that time until now no demand has iiorowiieruver knew just whrolt lUdjw- Wiien Uunurul ahermans tinny oc cupied the towns of the South Atlantic seaboard the Confederates destroycula all the cotton possible before ur Cotton worth iiiillions of ullard was burned to keep it Irom failing into our hands The roul owners could not tell what was thus burned and what was solved11ut we know nd this was the war The books we lteut captured for instance thoWed that James Brown a merchant fiad so many bales marked in a certain way The bales not burned could thus be easily identified from the marks and names on them In all eases time bpoks captured containing the names of the consignors and owners Were sent to the Treasury with the papers relating to the rapture Where are those bp ks and papers Well I dont know but suppose they are somewhere in the Treasury vaults As we never know when heqalm ants might come forward and make r jdemalitIcoeds of their cotton the monoV it brought was never turned into thc leneral fund but always relinuned in un account by itself It is so long elnco this money wits deposited and tliottH timony neceBbary to make a case is in many instances uuattalnablo by the owners tlnit it is scarcely prpbaT le that any great portion of this eubrnlous amount of money wilt ever leave the Treasury The only very large sum from t1iimind that was ever riuinrucd to its owners w s paid to GazuVvnyJ Uttnar ot Savannah On jiiid tm York ExAttoneyUonofalWililj ns and General U F lllitl r of MaKsa liu setts were his lOTtinsel ot muck for him JOO000 for coUoutfiiJon III the manner I have describeiK Gwt eral Butler said to me when that caw YOurDeiid Are your nerves weak Cant you sleep well Pain In your back Lack Digestionbad These are sure signs of From what poisons From poisons that are alt ways IQ constipated bowels v If the contents of the bowels are not removed from y the body each day as nature intended these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed Into the bloodal ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease There is a common sense cure fc I JiVfe9SI PillSThey daily insure an easy- and natura movement4of the bowels You will find that the use of SUiawith the pills will hasten cleanses the bIOodfrollalllmpuriiies and is a great tonic to nerves MoeiN DoeOur MMIeal Perartmnnt 1t5 ono of the most eminent phyilelin In use Unhtss Slate Tell dortor iatthnw ot are uSeiid von will receive the Mot medicaL Mvlcp xrlthuut cowt tirn r JUJT1 ATEtt Lowoll HMO V V V v IIrEi555S aE4ESCWTELYPVRE 11 Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Itw 4orncS was pending Sjf I were a few years younger and klyIblhlin the prosecution of thceo claVnla than i 4nIt WItS always a wonder to mo that after tin action of the Governuilijtjju op1eldidmoney from tho Treasury Tho prin c 5pk of payment wasosiabliHhed Thqj mam dilliculty of course would bo to prove that their particular cotton was taken sold mill tint money tuwedln to the Treasury Caydeceasedtitled toahout thirty thottsaml dollars4 worth of damages for cotton d tro rTheiranVashington City f =liravc Men FallgVictms to 8tomachliveraud kidney troubles as well as women and ul Jeul the results in Ions of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness luud9WUfoeling keita fofoi toJ Varuiiir Jvtrici J oll II ti er8ale J s thieitIiingIOr a man When heMs aH nmdowiiiraud tloutcare whether ho lives or lies It did more to give nie npv strength jinJ gIoulIpetite than anything 1 could take 1 can now wit anything ned Imvo a new lease on life Only 50 ceiitu nt Perry Thquuis lrugStore Every bottle guamnteod S SURPRISE THE WORLD Is What Edison Proposes to do at Paris AT HIS OWN EXPENSEi rThomas A Edison will startle the world with the exhibit ho intends to- iuaI1 at the Paris we position flyg spouial arranxumentfi made by Mr Ediison with uiinniBionur IVrdinaud W Pock time Wizard of Alenlo 1arklzuis- uCidOt to give the American exhibit t Paris a distinctively American touch by placing therein the greatest awl most remarkable electric exhibit ever seen on earth Mr Peck anti Mr Edison have been arranging fur time exhibit for sometime but It was nut until recently that the wizard fully made up his mind to take up the matter anti outdo even himself in the manner he will employ to show what tau be done with the mystery of which ho is the master Air Pecks assistants began negotiations with Mr Kdisolr but made little heath way until Mr Peck took np thp mutter and used hula best arguments with the- reatg inventor SlBCTAULB TO BE irAKVELOUS- Mr Edison finally yielded and has authorizcdMr Peck to say that the- E won ciiiJtitat Parjs will be the most lliritiiug and tho most magnificent spectacle that has over boenarrunged i time ulectrical line 1 am very much p1ehsed with time arrangements I IIHVU just completed wi1rlliSum llitJ Mr Pick I izirulIiittl ll l iLMsuret lhistitpatmse of- wtrr8JJdhl1flte st ht win amuzethe world with his exhibit i ParJdHe js patribthi tied as he realizes thatAnioricainUst t e ahead1- iu all tliinfcaul Paris Liu Juts concluded to do his part by contributing the most ttIIlulS1fhl 1tmntcnui1U miltJ 10thi lutirjumiutimium1 on time 4iO of alvEdisOh which 1Viail to l4pade clear is liutt Sir Ko Will do wIll tisat hfs own eumi1t5 uud iiecauso 6f his lovcsfor tli fiaglh hs nothing Zb spll Se1tlier will he put in army sort of agency His etforts will be directed iitirely to niakijig a jjrtiat exhibit American genius solply because he ia anAuiericauiu JJerelolizCaIt ia tJli lanjl ithmu greatest on enhli This ex hibit will Cost Mr EtlisOjU a trSat deai atfutoUllljliposit1uIiuihIbo uiwti bilmJ1milmdtm ItjtrrJlWORIj I am nut nll Ub wlat the greatest ftall1rc9lf hmeEdI son exhibit will be but ill time the Seat fuyentor wilfgwu duo notice of what he intends to dySomer of liltI rlnntf will bo kejit Becrel aiid will be in the nature of a surprise Indeed I wIllberopetms but by Amerirans m well r =ij a AAVorkln 4jw i Xicht Anil par thiu9ilLife Pills EverypilJ Jsa sugarcoated globulo of healtli that changes ivenk nees into strength listlesaiiess into en rgy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in liifldiigup tIJ health Only 23u perbuxSoldby Berry ATliumas J1 VALUEOFOlPCdlNS Li iThoxct ip6r cSnt areie J7031 ilowfnt llberriAe1p ceuItJJ flet hitdi j 1S04 t lMititlt2i5J SOl lurban ISM 40 cqlits 1 e1 1n iifSl Th5IJIS valued at 150 The valuable dimes are those of 1897 fillet band 125 170S f1IJtlelThoaboiti as valuable That of 1SOl sells for 260 rjiJJijUt diino of 1802 is quoted at Si5 Tse ot J7IH17U 17yfl is J3 and 1805 mire valued at about SI apiece The snial Vitver threecent pieces of 1863 to Ife73 arc valued it about 25 cents oacli except that of 18JK whichis l0tPuI at 60 cent Tlie valuable silver halt dollars are those ot 1701 flawing hWr 250 i 1790 and 1797 findfbaiul gJ5riS38 with 0 under bustaand above d tu2 and IBS WJlh9tlrrlk ijurroumiditig ensle lj9 i f J C ltWN6 POWDER XBHTU EY MP RBP RT CONDITION OF CROPS AND LIVESTOCK JUNE II 1e99nReports woro received this month frhlin lG7 c rio ilnlicnt8 roprwenllng 10 I EAT lime Veek1y Lnlletins of tho Climate and Crop Service of the Weather o I bftimotor wheat growing SUites In Ohio there has been general fall thefalso suffered from the rauio cause In Illinois there has been some Impron mem in early sown wheat while time fateiiow shows pp very poor Michi unreports widespread damage by till fly i and the crop has fallen oil III condition generally In Missouri dan age by rustnnd Htxsian fly combined with the presence of an mstial amount of cheat make the crop as a whole a poor prospect In Kansas many counties report an Improvement in cou dition hut n greater number report a loss Chinch bugs have made their appearance there and serious dnmnge is threatened In Kentucky the wheat crop hiss Buf fered a loss In condition during the month The condition averages 73 t thhinsV Jihighest average condition is shown in thu southeastern section whore com paratively little wheat is grown There is w earlyheatlOut so far is confined to tho bladesL Medium early wheat now best yield Late wheat is overrun with weeds Heads shoit low and thin on round Fpmenthydescribing the conditions of the corn CORN Both western and southeastern see tions report corn plnutitlW not complet cii with the close of month In the con tral section corn is all above ground and somo is qiite forward Much rtplanting has been found necessary due to defective seed TIme acreage com pared with acreage of 189S is 92 The condition compared with average yeais is 84 The condition June 1st 1S98 was 82 The several sections shows the following conditions Western 80 central 85 southern 8fi In time west ern cctiun the crop in many counties is getting foul cultivation being retarded by excessive rainfall OATS The oat crop is small in acreage andn appears to be receiving little attentions here has been an improvement in condition during time mouth from 75 on May Jet to 82 on June 1st tSIn the hemp district time crop is re ported in good condition leceiit ad vance in pricn has hint a marked effect on acreage Tho acreage compared 1 13 is 101 Scott county reports an increase of SO per cent but in JJourbun county time acreage M reported but To per cent of the acreage of 18US TOBACCO Tobntxo plants mire plentiful jind sot ting has been rushed In seEms cuuim ties there was a lark of reason until the closing days of tIme munth Iu Western Jveuiucky rain bos prevented prepara tion of the ground Per cent of crops set prloi to June 1st In western see thou 48 central 53 and suutheastern Grasshoppers and cut worms have played havoc with early set tobacco inn number of ounties Indications jiolntto an average acreage in the priii cipal tobacco growing districts IASTCES AND MEADOWS Postures ate unusually luxuriant especially in the central dlstrictwhcre the condition compared With average years is loa Clover meadows tatimothy meadows are overrun with wliito blossom Tho wool clip is estimated at 91 per cent of time ghIt of 18 IS Thn price for clear nnwauheil wool avciagea 20c wlnch is a drop or Iu from prices last year FRUIT There linK been a decided decline in fruit prorpectH during May Apples have fuiltolf until till condition com pared with average yours is hut Iii whereas ft was 91 on May 1st Pears have dooliucd from lo 47 and grapes frpm 81 to 07 Lucs MOOKK Commissioner Agriculture TilE DANGER CF TRUSTS Imn speech at the New YorkDemo Wyckiihllowiiigvigoroue language If the procesn of consolidating un tier the control of a tinulo individual natural or artificial of thin various braiiches of time bUKiness of a kindred nature continues as of late it will be but asliurt time when 500 ol cor porAte entitlen will control time entire manufacturing anil mechanical Indu tries of this country itt n nutnber engagedlitcount when this country hail a popn la tion of about throe mIula half millions aid was strimirghiimg against the mother country for political comnierci4 and business independence Such ft dillon might well suggest twine sense JrnTlIIrn to thin thoughtful patriot Wlieq it is considered that Btili tantJttily79 000000 ot people will be cxnludwlfrom participating Import their own aocount in these branches of industry tare converted Into a wnfs of einploye will out tim inspiring1 hope pt bfttterliiK their condition by nieiit l and phyoical t jS 3 i fI UNION CITY Mrs Jennie minnow of Cincinnati Is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Lizzie East loft Sunday for n twoweeks visit with friends nt Waco Mr Julio Beeves who has been on the sick list quite a while is slowly im proving The many friends of Mrs Zerelda Burry will be glad to her that she is able to bo out again after a serious ill ness She is now visiting hr son Mr J K Bury The celebration of Childrens Pay at Concord Sunday 4thwill be well re embered event by the large crowd who tho pleasure of being present The entertainment consisted of vocal and instrumental music rescitatioiis and dialiigucH by thin young people mill children Every otis performed their duty admirably anti as a whole the ex ercises could not be surpassed The lead Ing feature of tho day was the lovely asket dinner which tho matrons pre ared so cheerfully SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Meeting Southern Students Confer ence anti Young omens Christoin Association Convention Asheville N C Juno 1627 1899 For tho shore occasion time Southern R y will sell mum trip tickets to Atdie villo N C at one Lure for the round trip on Juno 13 H15 nutl16 good to return until June SO 1S99- Tueso rates are open to time public thereby enabling to visit Asheville and The Land of the Sky at very low rates For further information apply to any agent Southern Rv KENTUCKY CIIAUTAUQWA LEX INOTON JUNE 27JUIA 7 For time above occasion the Southern Ily will sell round trip tickets from its stations Shelbyville and east ereof to Lexington on June 26 to July at reduced rates tickets good until uly 9 Apply to nearest agent South ern By for further information STATE DESIOOBATIC CONVENTION JXIUISVIIIE JUNE 11 For the above occasion time Southern Rywill sell from all itsstationsin Ken reduced rate tickets to Louis ville fur nil trains June 20 and morning trains June 21 good to return up to and including Juno 24 1899 AM H YWI Asst Gen Pas Agt Louis y ule KyA = nEW YOBS FASHIONS lUg picturesque Leghorn hats have wide strings Set floral designs adorn the front of the corsage They are not pretty like the simple graceful nosegay Both in lace and embroidery ap pique trimmings appear- A very swell waist is of crepe de Chine yoked with cream lace The lower part of the bodice is tucked in groups to the bolt A dressy effect may le imparted to the shirt waist by wearing with it a sailor collar pointing to time waist in front This collar may be covered with lace if desired Gloves gowns hats and coats and inny other articles of dress bear the ign manual of tIme automobile Mothers should have their little ones stand while fitting them to new shoes The shoes also should he made upon heat last Send four cents in tamps to Best Co for their cilia logue illustrating and describing these shoe as well as seven or eight hundred other beautiful and necessary arti cles of childrens wear White and light grounds mostly prevail in time bareges so popular this j tufiinerv Openwork stockings are fashionable n the finer silkandlislo threads these lovely hose have insetsof taco New tallctii silk shirt waists am shown in a variety of Suinm rcoloriiigf Some beautiful costumes shown by Lord Taylor have collar and cuff rind revers of white pique with a wide willI The costumes are mostly of foulard huutj veiling and crepe do Chine Another form of decoration consists of flue cord lacing silk over contrasting color Mohair glace in soft gray and bcige tints is thickly bestrewn with white satin dots about the size of an ordinary rpangle Some very graceful little Summer capes resemble the short shoulder pelerines and collarettes worn during he recent winter There Is a lovely new textile called coating popeline which is a mixture of silk and wool EVKLYN CAULK The best club any young man can join is the happy homo club UMMER CATARRH Catarrh tf tlie bnrrlt tr eavtt it it matt prevalent in ihttumintr wonlht itcalled summer cJfitrr- AItstirpriscsinanythatr bowel trouble is catar rhal Dr Ilartmnna r books make this plan Write to the Pcrunllo Medicine Co Columbus 0 for them They tell all about catarrh and how Pcruna cures It wherever located I had chronic JrrhaNi for fifteen years writes Mr T Fl Miller Grand Prairie Tex I trieul tqdoctorsinvalu Pernna was recom mended and It relieved I sad cured mae at once Mr John Hartlnjr 633 Main St Cincinnati 0 writesIt My wie and myself took your Pe runa for chronic mar rhTmi and it cured us Jil No doctor or medicine we tried before helped us Mr EdwrdWormack Ledbotter Tex writes It Pemn for bowel troubles is unequalled by anything in my ex mylifeshall always rocooi fi iJInMr John Kdgarton 1020Thlrd Jive Altoona Ta says I suffered from dysentery for three years J took P h a JitIJ awwiU II WffGES OF SIN A Book for Young and Old OUR i RECORD I i Esttla7a 1iDISEASED MEW CURED VECURE NERVOUS BLOOD KK SKIN PRIVATE DISEASES KK W 50000 CURED K 8 innednyourtijl4t thia evil lutbitr When too lato to nruM the tel toJjN orllLOI1Jji1 rymplomsijon II UK SON itmarrted arc you con Afailoreness caturii by cnrly abuse or later ox fi ceecaY hate you been shrugged with j mercury This bookletwlitpuintoutto- you f tbo result of these crimes anti point jg ATMj nboin how thonHvml hnvn boon saved by 4 our NKMT XUEATMKNT It i how wo can OUAIIANTKK TO CURE f ANY CURABLE CASE OH NO IAY cureEMISSIONSi4 SEItKr r CIIAIIOP5 KWEY IUId BLADDER dicttcpSCURES GUARANTEED ft The Wageii of Sin wit fro by rnelolng 2o tamp CONSULTATION FKKK If unnblo to rail write for TREATMENT OHESTION BLANK for nOME K DRS KENNEDY KERGAN t 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O 1 v- uWHAXNE MFO CO BOO FOURTH AVB LOUISVILLE KY mchMCm NEW Window 1 D ONE DOLlAR0 10410 IIV i 4II47 tW IRUOIl JOK rikLUK lllr lklC uiiJut t Isi Yunnexwuie It si uuriesui freight ept- it flag it xaeIiy a repientcl 11 to oratail at HU to CIOOOO ttieirrratnt luoyoueTer saw and r btier than dvertise1 bj otberl at more money eftebht ftKenCnr pe Od toe 4LC or I9Il and trrlsblcluirzeaLets iI15 IS OUR han thieg 1 Mhm Surlt U Eer i a eer sde brrrrIE ACME QUEEN Uona of tJie iiUtn4liuAMiSTTfcaKST ju vrM From th IUn trallun uowu whicli nrfra vrj direct from a phototfripliyoa fonn vouiolr of iiiilful apiernee IIsds fr m quarter tutnrj antliqs fllhbsdoIy mccortidafliortsmenlesl t JtII IIIE QVI12 tP t Inch iith IfUI5n c 5 CpI 7b- iLsi71a t Iii5OCis5Ir f 011 I SriMOtsi 11 isis Ortkiilnl n4 f iratUcr rip IIU s1 IMfttl Tn SI Hrl Jl 55 UI ibI17 puntCit Itd 11ii t511 211 5Uh Vtp 5d I 51 t ti ieIqfl5u4krtiMIn THE ACME QlCEN v-nconl tot thcwlf br UxI5f ll K4 wbcbareonlr = In the highest gid Instrument iIItr4 tth Ii 1Cmrkn aa l aim bnt IMIefrlU the benowotLhetrDbbeclot1Spl 2 toek and flnent leather In Talrp liinVMK lllKKN Ii fBrnl a put Krenrh mirror nickel plated pedal friune and every modern ImproTpmenL IT Chh tree lied Y eel th rq lirti bk pbilk4 GUVRAfJTEED 25 YEARS wwh ACSt OBrS iiMta a written binding S6Tetr niaranteo bytre l niti and conditions of e eOMtlflHl of these orcals wll eoMat 317 kStaucmOURa ne wltb i u r ur neighbor Lon from a Mu vc 7i SEND US ONE OOLUH n1 tIl nd1l0wtlll n vSt IIlew pilUrn ttlf KrAe UWimOlt IJty freight cU5Ij5eubject to toO frrlfrhs charges This stove la size No oven II fronbcptgironextralarge baidomaIlarge deep iid irwnt4r band sonic iarjc base lied coat r owl and perrocfTery ctor and gnrnte wife delivery to your rail rateIch mules at k4 CIIIOO SEARS cotrnciclIcAcoh1L IMn RMbock c an Uera cklj rtllitlo XdlterV 99 wIihioaiiiceiei Vaf1Paper In all tIme new rich dark special ilestenn N at j 51aason 5c flume IrcEsed Tapers No use to waste your vnhiiiblo time looking nt small Rninple of old stylo job papers Vie intro a number gf experienced Paipcr Hangers We fas So More + H++ + ++ ++ +4 ++ + for liaiinlnj than those wln cut up and destroy 3tier pnpor Shades Mounted on Spring Rollers fix tures comploe ready io hiamig from lOc on up in line MmVI11 20J SH STREE- TRICHMOND KY Wan Paper Window Shade Faints Oils Gtaxs etc stock the largest prices always the lowest thepijblisberofthlpperorNetroilhtanNotioniShank or Corn Exchaac Sat Bank Chicago or dermal Exchanm Rank New York or any railroad or proo company In Chicago MMplial of ier S70OO occiirj entire of the Unrest tjilne blockvln Chicago and employ nearlj t nronie In our own building rLI ouuus US on apt ruios tlMX aa4 alto eretrthlnK In tnntlcal ln trum nu at iws wholesale price Write for free i ecial organ piano an lninMealin lrninenlr Uloinie Adcitr an BMkaek c an tiarekil rellsbu JUI- UrSEARSROEBUCK CO Inc Fullon Oejplalnes nd Watman Sis CHICACO ILL Florida HavanaSol- id trains fnest Ia the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Trou h connections to Tampa Miami or flew Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key Yest Havana Santiago snd San Jian Low rate round trip tickets to to TIe Scrvlcs Is perIfeet b detail Fast ulcs oj hours to Jackson vile 54 dihiavauta j tft5 It 0GIIrJI l al1wrnrrMr C 4 Ij FI71 Kcp QQOL3wont f1Exitd1 a 1 We have just received a number of Refrig erators Ice Boxes Coolers White GMountaui Ice Freezers eG baT M All kindsof Fish tonR Sun Perch fV a Channel l Cat Did veitsiiy nnv thing you about the cx3t- c 1tlt ad gnonaSdlbpvmbI orntuiMnttM ROEBUCK aprS6m colorings books otherwite New Ql TraIn hoursJ Cincl tnnjm Water Cream Well we wIll see YIU latter CtlI and see us 17 fa t tv- a B1EUOMANY tt llN SlUlKT RlCI1MONP Ky J 1 v Eor f a Ihn c I f s f e j Matting I Display I- J 1 I2 f I Having just rccioved from I nila a half a carload of Mattings we invite the public to call and j4 iF examine the finest display ever- exhibited in Richmond 3 I1EANSrTIME FOR YOU TOICALL = kCovc ea s = ttom QowoTk Theiefoie iOU shouldct ourCz prices on 1Iattnigs Carpets FuJnitllrc c before t C ing elsewlicreIV 1 S NEVILLE MOBERLEYI4m1 220222 W Main Street ii NaGHTPHONE2S DAY PHONE 23 RICHMOND KY f Itl REPAIRINO A jtirnnfailALaE LANEJE ELER2ND STREET RICHMOND Ky 4 j Is right at hand so is the Vulcan u Chilled PlowIJl3i NUl1BER S MaJ OTIcIq And Bell CenterCut I m IDisc Harrows JI Our store is heavily stocked with every article fEtEM found in a firstclass Hardware Store such IiL ljfE is Collars Hames Tnxces Backhands etc Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc fgl L Mi Wiir BUCKLEY our experienced tin ij 1 gutttriiigiI rS5Wewillnotbe jiUndersold Taylor Bros El r El 0f- 1 l 7 A BOON TO MANKINDS DRTABLERS BUCKEV zW irCURE PiL IA New Discovery foe the Certain Cure of iNTERNALSEXTERNAL PILES WnHOUT PAIN CUftCS WHtPW ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED 4 TN M my MAIL TK CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS IsFC IBIWI to telT lGU1SIMO sa1CjlypBEKy THOMAS Bitigi F Cd ss- i r 7 j 1 ii T 11 1= E L- p 1uI Fly A 1 iIrT ii I t The Richmond Climax It J CHBNAUlT f Proprietor aaa nIA D tlUIIlN C B WOODS AtiocUie Editor WEDNEiDA Y JUNE 14 lJ ruuLisurD icvcur wnuNicauAV BY 1 The Climax Printing Co PRICK rim YEAR 15O DEMOCRATIC TICK T FOR RA1LBOAU txtMMISSIOXWS 3D DIST COL A W HAMILTON OFMT STEKUXC1 ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We arc authorized to announce JOHN B CHENAULT of Uadlson county a candidate for the office of State Auditor to the I action of the Democratic State COnTentioDI roK HHFRESENTAT1VB We are authorized to announce JI II WILLIAMS a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party r We ore authBriied to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tHCky subject to the will of the Democratic party FOR CLERK We are authorized to announce A KWA NAUQH DOTY for County Clerk sucject to the aetion of the Democratic Patty We are authorized to announce C M RAY ItURNn candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS J a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party jIPBSHBBIFP He to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the aetion of the Democratic 1 party t We are authorized to announce JOHN W t IIALLARDaf White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject totho action of the Democratic i party We are aethrlzed to announce MARTIN GBJfTUY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic r party FOR ASSESSOR Weary authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison oeuntyeubject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS R BAKBU candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to tbe action of the Demo cratic party Democratic Committee Meeting At a meet Ins of the Democratic corn mittee of Madison county held lit tho itttirt house in KUhmond Ky on Monday May 1st 18111 it was ordered that a innsa convention bo held in each voting precinct in Madison county on Saturday July 1st 1800 at 2 oclock p in to select delegates to a county Dem ocratic convention to be held at this Court House in Kichmond Ky July 3 to iioiiiinntu a Democratic candidate t to he voted for as Representative for Madison county in tho next General Assembly of Kentucky Time basis of representation in each votintr precinct shall he one delegate for i ouch fifty votes wist in tho rospectivn precincts for the Democratic eleclorial I ticket for President in 1800 and one vote for each fraction of twentyfive votes or more cast at said election Tim members of Madison county Democratic committees residing in each voting precinct shall call till precinct convention to onlrr and preside while the convention is in session and certify the result to the county convention to be held on the 3rd of July All known Democrats and others who supported tim Democratic cleric rat tiiket for Preidnut in 1890 and those who pfalg themfolvttti to bill port the nominees of the county Demo cratic couveutinii shod be entitled to participate in the precinct run volitions J CiiEXAUiTChin WIIUAM JETT bcc DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE MEETING Pursuant to till order of tho Demo cratic State Executive Committee for a State Convention to ho held in tho city WednesdjmyJuno nating Democratic candidates for State officers to he voto l for on November flth1 hereby request that a mass ton vention of time iHinocrats of Madison uounty ho 14141 ni the court hoiiic in Richmond Ky at = oclock p ui June 17 ISO to appoint delegates to represent Madison county at tho State Convention The basis of representation to the State Convention shall be one dolegate for ench 100 votes and fraction consist lug of ortn hundred or more votes cast for the head of the Democratic electoral ticket at the presidential election in ISlMi All known Democrats and others who supported the W h Bryan elec font ticket and those who pledge themselves to support tho nominees of saul convention shall bo entitled to participate in the convention Jxo CIIEXAULT Chairman Democratic Committee of Madison County H CFBroyrCoi- a LEXINGTON KY TnB uUug SeMOnS onHanL if We R YB on ll d Hammocks from 75c to 500 Lawii Settees 225 to 500 t Lawn Chairs S100 to 600 Water Cooler 200 to 450 Refrigerators 600 to1500 Ice Cream Freezers 1 toS375 Folding Camp Stools GOcto 150 Folding Camp Tables S100 to 250 Folding Cots 100 to 350 I Hot Weather rticlesttle I thateveryone can afford them i FIX UP your Lawns and cI Porches with Settees n j Chairs and Hammocks t YOUR KITCHEN and Din ing Room with Water RefrigeratorIFJ When annualrf1mping 1jr Folding Chair Table and Cot i c C1F1BroerCoj LAIN AND iIRQADVjAY Lg i KY nit t T 0 Psi A T E1EItYffiMttT1NE TO IBEHELD IN Richmond Kentucky June 19=20 99 RACES EVE- RYADMISSION DAY ON FAIR GROUND TRACK TO ALL 25 CentsCHILDREN UNDER 12 15 CENTS countysDemocracy Auditor the trouble that has befallen several other candidates for positions on the State ticket by taking no sides in tiny other contest until the nominees are named at Louisville Counties that do otherwise start their own candidates in the race for the nomination handi poUtjealproud to know that the Democracy of this county standing true to the best interests of John B ihenaultj has not anti will not entangle his feet with other races and candidates resting con tent to pee him run his race on his own splendid merits untrammeled by com plrantsinWe meet in Convention here on Sat urtlny Let us make such an exhibi tion of harmonious and enthusiastic support of our candidate for Auditor as shall be the admiration of all Couie in on Saturday and join in the grand boom that shall start Chenaulton his journey to the Auditors om- cePERSONAL Hon W S Bronstou of Lexington was here this week Dr L H Lnndmnn will be at the Zimmer Hotel on Wednesday 14 SterlingisElizabeUltownis viit1ngherParis Miss Elizabeth Holt of Frankfort was the guest of Miss Mary Tribble last week Miss Conway of Winchester was JosephineScbmidt Dr Johnson of Gibson Station Va is tho guest of Drs H n and Moss Gibson Among the commencement visitors is Mr John N Turner C U ISICol John Craig of Danville visited Mrs M M Miller and Mrs C C Smith this week Mr U II McCreary ot Chicago at tended the burial of nis auut Mrs 1 C Brvustou Sterl1IliAJiunuett Mrs J E Fry and daughter of Knoxville is the guests of Mr and Mrs E C Wines Mr John W Ballard of Whites Sta huh is attending IL S Court at Frank fort as u iuryniaii Mr and Mrs Jos Harris loft on Thursday for a trip through the West to he gone twenty days KyIsduring Commencement Miss Talitha Blinker daughter of Mrs Lizzie Chenault Brinker of Den ver ia visiting relative here Revs Cummids of Henderson and Reiiuie of Covington are the gutstsol Mr mid Mrs Wailer Bennett Mrs Nannie Porter of Lexington is the guest of her daughters Mrs Win Shearer and Mrs T S liagan Misses Mamie Campbell and Lee Prather are visiting Mrs Johnnie Wit son at Wagcrvilie Estill couuty A II Burnam Jr has passed his examinations West Point Friends here will be pleased to hear of this Miss Birdie Zaring attended theclos ing exercises of her alma mater Beaumont College Harrodsburg last week Mrs Delaney Lackey of Lancaster relative of Col Caperton and Mrs M M Miller was the latters guest on Sunday countyIsable a prominent graduate of C U this year daujhtersllitetlare visiting Capt P B Balfards family on Third street Miss Jennie Ford left Sunday for Elkin Clark county where she will visit her tllter Irs Roger Quisenber- ry Dr T H Kelson CU 88 came down from Coviugten to attend com mencement He is a prosperous phy sician now while his brother W1Is rending law at Cyntbiiuiu Misses Anne Bronaugh Engleman and IqMIBIguests of Mrs it EIurIemttiuhdingtl- meUomrnelicewent Exercises ut U Prof CA Leonard of Cvntuiana came over to hear the Baccalaureate sermon He was once principal of the U U Preparatory lUlU a better one never presided over young men anywhere Dr Carlos A Fish of Lbs new Medi cal Department of Kentucky Univer say Louisville is at home at Paint Lick for the summer He took two years course in one and will have two more before receiving his M D Mrs C W Cobb is in Jackson Ten nessee where she will spend a portion of the summer Mrs Cobb is a most excellent lady personally besides pos sessing accomplishments ic art and stenography She deserves a vacation and we trust she will enjoy it Mrs E M DIckaou has returned homo from a visit to relatives in lUcia momlMr Walter Kenuey and bride have arrived home from a wed OhicagOIheyon Duncan avenue Paris News A crowd of young people composed of the following spent Sunday at Mallory Misses Nettie Todd Nancy Hall Belle Harris Mona Prather Messrs Jay Lackey Henry Reid Charley Hen dren and Arthur Todd The crowd was chaperoned by Mr and Mrs John llyniel Mr James Worlds of Hamilton Mo who was a resident of Madison until a few years ago Is here on a visit Mr Worlds has accumulated a comfortable fortune in the west since he left Ken tucky and has many friends here who will be much elated to learn of his success Miss Olive Fact of Flemingsburg was voted a pieiniumlor being thehand somest young lady at the Marsvilla Street Fair Miss Fact has frequently visited Mrs Harry B Hanger in Rich moiid The latter with her children has joined Mr Hanger qt SaultoSto MarieHichigan for summer largelydue GlYIdOliEpsilon Fraternity It wan the mot gorgcouKaflnir of recent years and Mrs Corzeliua skill taste mid kindly assistance made possible the glory achieved by the young men who gave it Considering the dullness of the wool tudrkai all kinds sorts KOXCK and breeds pf breeding sheep ura hfgit In price cud In brlk my I4i tibeep Bmdt 1 if II MARRIED McConD HuaiKLEV Miss Zerelda Hugueley antI Mr David McCord were married on Wednesday at noon at time residence of the brides grandparents Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb near Red performedbyThe attendants were Mr Farris Mc Cord and Miss ItIna Hugueley and Mr W B Foland and Miss Bethenia McCord The house was decorated for the occasion and many relatives and friends were in attendance Mr and Mrs McCord left on the afternoon train for an extended bridal tour The bride is a daughter of the late Jacob Hugneley and niece of HOIIJ Tevis groomsfatherisons citizens Mr H P McCord a leading farmer With the bright vista Htrctching out before them this young couple seem destined to a life of rare happiness May their fondest hopes be realized BIRTHS MOMVnRAYOu Monday to the wife of Avery McMurray nee Miss Cora Willis at Kirksville twins Joe and lattieKrNNEDYTo the wife of J Sam Kennedy nee Miss Daisy Cook on girlToand pretty babe the CLIMAX extends con gratulations DEATHS AYEnsOIn Wednesday Jnne 7 at his home at College Hill Dr Jeremiah Ayets passed away aged seventyfour years Dr Ayers came from Great Britain to America in the flties and settled irl this county identifying him self with its best interests His death removes u prominent and influential Collegelullsurvive KOXSTOX Mrs Mattio M Bronston wife of Col ThoR C Bronston died Friday last after several years of falling health Funeral services were con ducted at the house by Rev J K Smith followed by burial in the Richmond cemetery Deceased was about onlydaughterBennett McCreary She was also the sister of exGov Jas B McCreary who is now the sole survivor of that writ known family He was devoted to his sister never failing to spend his Sundays with her except when in Con gress or out of the city They were the only children of their parents and were societyMrsupon church and a devoted Bible stu dent and though never a member of any church she confessed under Rev Gen O Barnes She was a lady of such gentle and refined nature kindly disposition modest and retiring that she was beloved by a- llLOCAL Officers Elected At time annual outing of time Madison County Fox Hunting Club last week near the mouth of Red River time fol lowing ofIlcers were elected for the ensuing year Harvey Chenanlt Pres ident Younger Norris Secretary C B Combs Treasurer Charged With Seduction James Young of Red House was arrested last week on a warrant sworn out by B F Hudson charging him with seducing his daughter Cordy Hudson yesterdaybeforeabsence of witnesses was put off until the 27th Young was put under 00bond which he failed to give and went to jail Defendant is said to be a man with a family Adams Rtunion Rev Payton Adams took his seven grown eons to Schlegels on pimotogrmmpimedin from various parts to hold a family reunion which also included three daughters It is said of the seven boys that not one ever chewed smokedor drank It is also true that they are all good Baptists and bad Republicans Arrested a Horse Thiel Bud Bunham an 18yearsold boy of Jackson county was arrested last Wed neSda at his homo by Deputy Sheriffs Terri and Richard Colyer on charge of stealing a horse last court day from Will Britton colored Burcham was Saturdayforwas sent to jail under 300 bond to await time action of the grand jury Child Falls Into a Well A remarkable rescue from drowning occurred here last Saturday week when J elUt1cttu the threeyearold daughter of Captain John II Pates Conductor on tIme R N I B It R fell into a cis tern at her home on Broadway There was one chance in a thousand that the infant Would live aftor striking the water and tills chance the little one seizedby clinging to the cistern chain until Captain Pates who head the noise ran to hib childs assistance Mr Wagers Complimented WaJprshasent Davidson this letter We beg to acknowledge receipt of your census report whose lootings we ibid correct and which fs otherwise in good form Thanking you for the evident care with which it has bern made up I am Very truly WJ DAVIDSON Prandennlal Club Election The Prandennial Club held its last meeting with lIon Sam Eo Scott on Friday evening The officers elected for next year are President Hon James B McCreary Secretary Mr C E Uoods President 1niton and Sere tary Chandler retire with the gratitude tOlIeagnesIhebers its character is similar to that of the Century Club and its fiemiuionth interestingfeature The Handsomest Man Lieutenant Carlo B Brittain Was voted the handsomest gentleman at time Ladles Fair The judges were two matrons and a young ladv anti their decision was unanimous The Lieutenant was beguiled Into the ringby Cal Dave Martin when Mr C E Woods tied the blue string on the astonished officer Immediately the band broke into Rag Time and the ladies clapped their racefl1l1ydotTedclosed with time presentatiou of 5 by the Secretary Miss Minva larkPhelps Lieutenant Brittain hasjustroturiwl from Annapolis with his wifiv Miss Mamie Baldwin and their baqepre paratory to making a thr eyears ltnnay be of atiditiocal interest to say that Lieutenant Brittain was on board Admiral Watsou8ll jshij time Newark during time great naval hattie at Bnnti imo llellI iu tiiucn of uu in ftiniitur In the Navk1 Acttdtiny Uhore 4m4Mtieeu rdJto diitLtion f 0 QctIWi f U Manchester Terrorized Tie climax of the BakerHoward TpUBakershot dead in front of the court house just after tIme COUtt had granted a change of venue Although time non combatant citizens of Manchester are terrorized and State troops are on guard with gatlings and bayonets to piedlctedfaction was broken when their leader was slain Mrs Joe Willis Sure Vine Bug Remedy Here is a sure remedy for the various irsects that troubles squash melon cucumber and other cucurbitaceous vines In one quart of witter dissolve a half tcnppoonful of saltpeter and with this liquid sprinkle throuch a fine rose the atlectcd vines every evening If any bugs appear early next morning apply again As the plants get stronger the strength of the liquid can creased Do not apply luring the heat of the day If any hugs are upon theyimmediatelyTJiis never fails Its black death to every vine bug Returns Alter a Years Abscnce Dr G Goldstein the optic specialist of Louisville writes us he will aVriveinIUchniond on Monday June GlyndonIs prepared to furnish anything yon may wish in eye glasses He corrects imperfect sifht and treats the eye placeimasurgent requests of those who he bene fitted in the past and now have friends they wish benefit in light manner If you have anything wrong with your eves do not fail tosee him when in the city at time mentioned as he can help you See ad elsewhere Bryan will Come Hon James B McCrearv Hon W B Smith and George time committee appointed by the Madison County Bimetallic League to invite Hon William Jennings Bryan to come to Richmond next October and address the people performed that duty at the late meeting of the Ohio Valley Bimetallic League in Lou isville whore Col Bryan was present ppeechThe reported with much pleasure that Col Bryan accepted the invitation and said he would be glnd to speak in Richmond on a day in October to be hereafter fixed Boon To Busy Me- nThe CLIMAX earnestly asks every business man in town to consider seriouslv time duty he owes himself to develop and preserve his physical powers to which end Prof C Rucker Adams of Illinois son of Rev P F Adams of this county has consented to give a dozen lessons in a new scientific system of physical training which requires no apparatus and is especially adapted to business and office men It is a sure cure for stomach disorders indigestion dyspepsia etc will call and explain his system which we heartily endorse and will adopt Charged With Selling Whisky Sheriff Colyer and P B Broaddus arrested and longed in jail Monday afternoon Ben Allen at Clays Ferry charged with the illegal salo of whisky Allen it is claimed has a boat on the river at the above place in which he has an uptodate bar room and defied any one to make an attempt to arrest him The two Allen coy ered with their revolvers before he knew of their approach and seeing his condition tho prisoner remarked that beats h Allen failing to give a bond of 000 was sent to to await his trial which issetfortoAlay He has been in the whisky business for years and is said to ho a bad character Diploma Granted After Twenty Years Just twenty years ago today Judge J C Chenault should have been granted a diplonia by Central Universityas Bachelor of Law The issue time diploma occurred in this wise Major C F Burnam during the schol astic year 187J was made assistant Secretary of the Treasury to Mr Bris tow Hon C J Bronston was elected Commonwealth Attorney and in the following year Prof Win Chenault was called to the law school at Louisville and the school closed This is the first time any diplomas in law have been given by Central University since 1878 Judge Chenault received his diploma yesterday with ten other graduates in the law department May Destroy His Eyesight Saturday last the youngest son of Judge and Mrs J C Chenault got seme unslaked limo in his eyes and for two days he was unable to open his eyes to the light He was taken to fex ington on Monday for treatment All parents and friends will sympathise with Judge and Mrs in trying ordeal and wish for a speedy and safe restoration of their sons vision LATCH John Cahell has returned his eyes being much relieved from their Inflamation and no permanent disabil ily ia now feared In conversation with a physician wo were advised that lime and oil other alkalies are easily counteracted by a weak solution of apple vinegar and water Had Judge Chenault known this at the time the trouble might have been avoided Another Notable Wedding It is not often our pleasure to an nounce the same week the marriage of two couples better known than Mr Will Lingford and Miss Anna Belle Harber Mr Will Oldham and Miss Mary Pattie These young people will launch their barks upon the sea of matrimony just one week apart Miss Harber be- etmuming a bride today just one week Odjhampeculiar pleasure to rpeak in high praise The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and 1IrslJlfHar ber aud is everywhere known and beloved for her beautiful Christian charac ter and lovely sunny disposition In church work ahe hits been an almost indispensible aid to hr pastor Rev T S Hubert of the Methodist church who will perform her wedding cere moneyMr Laxmgford first became known to us au accomplished correspondent as a Democrat in whom there is no guile and as a friend who never falters Fortune lass smiled benignantly upon him In timat to worldly P0Se85l01mS is to be added a beautiful bride With an upright character and friends galore with wealth end health and a bonny bride is not his cup of hnppinessbrim- mi1g full Mr LaI1 is a ot the Board of Election Commissioners and was prominently mentioned tea Democratic Legislative honors For his party he has labored in and out of seasontand is able to defend her cause give cogent reasons for time faith that is in him Time marriage will bo devoid of onten tationi ouily nellt relatives being present This has not deterred their friends from showering many costly gifts upon them timid dshingtbeih hon voyage Mr and Mrs lan forct will tour the south via Louisville Nash vlllo Chattanooga Atlanta and otucr points letunjlnuiu Ijuio to tIIO marrlagCpf MIsa Pintle mind MT iOju bam Jam Zi r ric p 1 1 w nianc Wr1 is Newer Done The constant causes sleeplessness toss of appetite extreme nervousness and That tired feeling But a wonderful change comes when Hoods Safspar3l is taken It gives pure rich blood rood appetite steady nerves Farm and Stock Items Bales Wagers bought of Collins Coy July1stJ W and L A Ballard shipped a car load of hogs Thursday bought of James Bennett at f340 Bales and Wagers shipped a car load of imogs Thursday bought nit 342 Take Shearer of Red House sold to J S Collins 20 heifers July delivery at S415 James McKimiey bought of E M Huguely 20 heifer at 375 i 29 from John Hampton at 300 40 from Tom Oldham at 3 60 and a bunch from tladc Tur pin at 350 J W and L A Ballard bought SO steers from Mat Gibson nttlO and 11 heifers from John D Harris at 4 cents Billy Duntiar sold to Owens of Clark county 30 heifers at 375 Big Times Here Next Week The eyes of the State are upon Ricli mond at loastjhose of the Bicycle con tingent Time Louisville Tjmes says KentuckyDivision mond June 19 and 20 For twelve years past these meets have been events looked forward to with much pleasure by all the wheelman in the State Time Richmond Club promises royal entertainment to all who attend the meet this year A goodsized party will probably tour through from Louisville leaving here Saturday morning and reaching Richmond Sunday night Time route will be through Frankfort anti Lexington Tho roads Should be in good condition at that time President Streug and Secretary Harris and their committees ari doing everything possible to work up interest in the big meeting and we earnestly hope our citizens and particularly our merchants will encourage the gentlemen who have the matter in hand It will bring 300 men to our city for two days and that means something to them Married at Fair Grounds The marriage advertised to occur at the Ladies Fair on Saturday came oil on scheduled time but with greater eclat than expected At 1130 the ring entrance was thrown open and the pro cession began led by Rev Dr Young of the Methodist Church and Miss Mariaivillie Smith Time maids of honor were Mrs C D Chenault President of time Fair and Mesdaines Jake Shearer Al Williams and Sanford Oldhntn Time ushers were Messrs CD Chenault Jake Shearer Al Williams and Sanford Oldhnm Next came the handsome couple Mr Eugene Kimhall and Miss Lucretia Ann Eads attired in the wed ding garments provided by the Association at center of the ring Rev Young in a voice that could be heard from Big Hill to Foxtown but with due solemnity performed the marriage rites the hand struck up an appropriate ale the wheeled about the profession wended its way to time dining room Mr and Mrs Kimball are a very handsome couple applmuledby C Commencement The first quartocentennial commence ment of Central University began on Sunday with the Baccalaureate sermon by Thos Cummins of Render son former pastor of the First Pres byterian church this city It was 55 minutes long but was a powerful discourse a finished production more than pleased the warmest frinds of the beloved preacher At night Rev Mr Rennie of Coving ton delivered masterly discourse before time YrI C A It was never ex celled by any previous sermon beforet- ime young men The Prep exercises occupied Monday morning The highest average modal was won W 0 Moberley 6f this county witfi six or more close seconds In the speakers contest seven boys tried for the medal but Mr Edwin Stockton was the victor In the evening Class Day exercises the most interesting of nil occurred Mr Crooke Orator quite equaled any previous orator of such an occasion His apeech was in nil particulns superb Time Historian Mr Scott was defective in one great essential he read too low Time Prophet Mr Bedinger was out of sight placing a mark for future Prophets to aim at Mr Harry Logan Giftorian was excellent and kept the crowd in a roar The Law School Commencement oc curred yesterday before noon J Gordon Paxton Valedictorian John H Chandler Orator smut Hon Ed McDermott of Louisville speaker of the occasion tilled an admirable program Last evening tho Junior Oratorical Medal was contested for To day the exercises close with the award of wed ala degrees etc Popular Couple To Marry Miss Mary Pattie and Sir WilliamS Oldhnm will bo married on June 21at Farmdale Ky six miles from Frank fort There will be no attendants and only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties Time above announcement will be a source of pleasant surprise to the large circle of friends Miss Inttie and Mr Oldhatn rime former reposes a little nearer to tho hearts of onr citizens than any other voung lady in our midst for situ has from her infancy been time pet of tim community True she has won by her own efforts time high place site holds but the knowledge of her secu rity in public esteem has in no wise spoiled her always lovely disposition She has now in this supreme moment tho perfect assurance that the blessings of all who know her are poured nt- upon her head Of MrOldham scarcely less strong words should be used He Is a man in nil the word Implies Vigorpus in mind and body upright in life true to his con victions faithful to his friends industrious persevering kindadd to these features that are nothing less than handsome and you have the groomto be He is one of ourleading merchants That the ceremony this ular should be quletnndperf- ormed in Frankfort is asourre of regret to their friends It is not so much their wish as it is imperative that the bride bo spared the confusion and nervous strain incident to a largo church wedding Miss Pattie has just recovered from a long siege of grippe ands above stated is utterly unable to un dergo the usual demands of ail elaborate wedding The place of marriage is the old home of Dr C D Pattie the brides father where still reside two of his sisters Tho ceremony will be performed by Rev J K Smith of this city Mr and Mrs Oldham will be at home at Dr and Mrs CD Patties after June 26 in 1be meantime being the guests of the grooms relatives near White Hall Upon this union may Gods blessings ever rest is the prayer of countless de Voted friends Great Trap Shooting ExhibUie Time VmVodays tournament at the Ladies lair was jam of fun and the scores were far and away above any heretofore made by the club The first days shoot was a freeforall in which thirty gentlemen entered It was a 20 bird shoot all over that being handicaps The 28 class was won by McClintock with 12 Jails followed by JO S H Thorpe 7 B faring and Simmons 5 each Jno Thorpe The26 class was won by Dave Teyi with 18 hits R W Miller 17 TJSmith 1ff MQherleyand Cohen l2oach R irl1 Neale Bennett 10 Cftle Shttartir7STbtm 1ujit tJ801 1111J M1iltr- 5fZtti Ut Cebichvlt Ia Jk 1a 0 1i Jasper 11 Joe Chonault 7 lElliott Smith won the 23 clani with I7i R E Turley second with 14 James W Smith broke 12 of his 22 birds Walter Cheimult 11 T T Coy OI21 class Harvey Chenault broke 16 8 E Booker 15 Dr Hobson broke 18 of 20 birds and Biggeretaff As Tevis Hobson and H Chenanlt had tied with 18 each in the shootoft Chen null won 1st moneywith 28 out ot- a total of 31 birds Dr Hobson 2nd with 26 of 29 D R Tevis 3rd 22 out of 3l Elliott Smith broke 27 of 25 and- rot 4th money BW Miller 6th money with 23 of SB T J Smith got 6th money breaking 18 of 30 There WAS a special 5 prize for the best average music in the regular shoot which Dr Hobson won over H Chenauh by a small fraction Pn ihelBecondt day only 11 entered and ISlbirdsYwas the limit C D Chen ault JIW Smith Elliott Smith D K Tevis and Dr Hotaon tied with 9 birds each Hobson shooting at 10 Tevis and E Smith at 181 W Smith 14 and C DJjChenault 15 In the final Dr Hob Botrbroko his 5 JW Smith 4 of 8and Tevis 3 of 8 Riving them time prizes In the order named Dr Hohsons record for both days was rather brilliant breaking 40 dusting two of them Dr Goldstein Will be In RlchmonJ Men day Juno 19 It is my specialty to fit glasses In such a manner that they relieve the eyestrain perfectly fittinir the ere with spectacle that you ran see with ease and comfort thus preserving the eye In examining the eyo only time late t and most improved methods and in Btrumonts are nsed lhysiciansll3cclnlh are invited to my methods of correcting errors of refraction Many causes of headache neuralgia norvoua ness irritability insomnia vertigo nervous prostration and time seeming stupidly of children are often due to defective vision caused by an abnormal curvature of the cornea or crystalline lens or to an irregularity of the refracting media of the eye anti are relieved at once upon application of the proper glasses per cent of the people over 40 years of age need Rlnwes themIGlasses are not always hen to im prove eyesight to relieve undue strains in short to assist nature Thou sand of eyes am ruined Seven persons out of tOil have neither eyes alike and one out of 20 Astigmatism hence the necessity of testing each eye giventoeyeOptical ad vances within the lasi few years the correct adaption of spectacles has be opticianatljmmsliligtreating wth a most delicate and pro cious organ where the slightest error may result seriously while if he does his work well he not only gives com fort and ease to his patrons but in sightSpenial In ee lecting the first pair ot spectacles mior should it be attempted without the aid of responsible optician It in most importrnt that the lenses should be ac qualitywearer looks directly through time cen ter Glasses nicely fitted to the face become an ornament as well as a children with spectacles a specialty Parents do not neglect your child eyesDifficult solicited All questions in regard to the eyes cheefully answeredC- ONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREEOffice hours from 10 a am to 3 p m at Glyndon parlors Richmond Ky A Great Success Wu the Ladies Fair It was a big undertaking for ladles to attack the problem of a fair after it had been for two years abandoned by men of long experience But the ladies iraIsterner sex after their many discourage ammonIa The fair was projected by the Booncsborough Chapter Daughters of the Revolution for the purpose of creating fund for time a monument to Daniel Boone and the other pioneers who dwelt in the Fort at Boouesboro the first white settlement in Kentucky To this end their every energy was bent for many weeks prior to the exhibition Besides the nsnal attractions a number of novelties were added to the two days program among which were premiums prettiest baby the prettiest young lady the handsomest gentleman a public mar riage a relic display a birddog show a trap shooting tournament a cakewalk a turnout a mile race Col Craddock etc The ring shows were very well contested particularly the boyriders ring and the roadster race The trotting races on the halfmile track were wellconteeted and the crowd was kept interested by our fine baud of music and when the pangs of hunger were felt time dining room was opened to the throng Altogether the exhibition was thoroughly delightful the extra features rendering it very enjoyable satis fying everybody who attended- A feature of the show was time easy manner in which the oner out duties of the secretary worn dim charged This officer at every fair has more to do than everybody else com limed audit the incumbent gets out lIIIylumlPhelps filled her potation with chArac- teristic grace never once allowing matters to become entangled always mistress of the vexatious situations that invariably attach to time office Mrs C D Chenault who is a lady of remarkable executive ability and strong individuality was President and sho needed no masculine aid or advice in conducting the affairs of the meeting She in justly pleased with the success of the venture which is tho first of its nature in the ntate of Kentucky The other officers find di rectors performed their duties with fidelity and efficiency and deserve credit alike with each other A generous public provided the premiums that tIme expenses were comparatively small We desire to express on behalf of time Ladies Fair Association earnest thanks to every patron and friend who in any waycontributed to the success of the exnibition Mrs Jackson BMH After years of ceaseless suffering that most estimable lady Eliza falbott Jackson mother of City Attorney J Talbott Jackson this city and Professor William M Jackson of Saturdaylastmessage announcing her death reached here shortly after Mrs Jackson passed away antI by those who knew and loved this devoted Christian mother the sad tidings were received with much sorrow Mrs Jackson WM a niece of Hon J Speed tjiiilth of this city and was for several years MatrOn of Memorial Hall where by her motherly kindness to the several hundred boy under her charge she won the admira tion and gratitude of these students who for the time stood iwnroch restraininginfluences cultured Christian lady was so wjllia and capable of exerting In thU epa lmaveIimeartithe inquiry bow she could so piitieiitly elr iJd indulge tho thouijh tlese noisy troublesome young men who are always to be found in iarae gatherings that she hoped God would till time of Deed provide friends for lie own two tons then quite joung a beautiful though trying exempllflcatiert of time Golden Rule We recall that isaay voluntary tribute to her iEiprtwl YOIIDI1DMwboallloved 30 poor that she could no lottgej fill ker important place then WM exp rieaeeal- Jl of personal lo4s to the students who had so loB bMiita re cipients of her bounty We knew Mrs Jaekwon b iItaH w ieltunabIe1t f MrRtlon thottfh our j ew tl i in M line aAwfad bit pi-iota ttt 1 Qt u K X NEW CLOTHING STORE r 1 IM B Stoaftw i I1Iwing removed from First Street to large house on Main Street m xt to T G Taylor Sons we are better prepared than ever to slioy thenfMs1 y and finest line of Clothing Hats arid r r Furnishing Goods Ever opened in Richmond We have a few goods left we brought from on First Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long as they last Cm new goods are of theSLATEST AND NEWEST STYLES And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit Dont buy until you have seen our goods We guarantee to sell you more goods and better quality for the money than ever you got before Our full of the finest piece goods for Suits to to measure and FIT GUARANTEED from see kA- us and save money at DEPTMENTV ILThe Oldest in Richmond Main St Next door to Farmers Nat Bank tie that was congenial Yet she was so kind appreciative so desparagiog of self tlia we were never made to feel the pain of inferiorty in her presence Her desire wits to make others corn or table anti happy though in so doing alas she oft must have cast her pearls before swine God bless lice memory Time sweetest thought to one who was her strangerfriend in life is that to his grave he wilt carry a consciousness of having tried in his feeble way to under stand and appreciate the greatness and the goodness ot time gentle creature that is now no more Upon her sons this cad bereavement falls most heavily leaving them with aching hearts over a void that can never be filled God spared time devoted mother to see them entrenched high in esteem as men of character of influence and of promise all tine to the sacrifices anti devotion time prayers and precepts of their widowed mother To these sons this communitys heart felt sympathy is extended and time is earnestly voiced that this sad affliction may have a sanctifying influ ence upon their lives that when their time comes to fold the drapery of their couches about them they may be con fident of a full entrance into that home beyond time stars there to rejoin their angel mother in a blissful eternity C E W STATE OF OHIOCITY orToLsno LUCAS COUVTT Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of time firm of F J Cheneit Co doing business in the City ofToledo County and State atore said and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each anti every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Fiusr J Ciiaxar Sworn to befort me and subscribed in ray presence this Cth day of December A D 1888 A WGLEASOS- WSALJ I 1 Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and sets directly on the blood anti mucous surfaces ol the system Send for testimonials Tree F J CHBSET A Co Toledo 0 Sold by drurrgiatsu 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Sheriffs Sale By rtrtne ot a Jadfmtn directed to me which tuned from the Uidison Quarterly Court In IarorotElt Martin vs and i K Crawford Aocatt D lmnth I or one of mj depntlet will OB SATURDAY JUNE 17tk 18S9 Between tbe hour otiS oclock m and 4 oclock p m at th court house door In Rich publicIerty toe ao ranch thereof aa may be necessary costInow la poaietion of A Deitnuth vied upon an property of August Delmuth TEKMBflalo will be made on ft credit of three month bond with approTed tecnrity required Interest at raeof5 per hayingtheHUCOLYEB SHERIFF MC June 8 1889 ESTILLSPRINGSI White Silfkir and Chalyfcsate Pleasire ail Health Resart OPEN TflJUflb htJ On the B N I ft B Railroad and time Kentucky Kiver in time midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery The White Sulphur is a specific for skin and kidney troubles time Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the hou- sejFor further particulars address ipt L hiu maySlim IRVINE KY tnhc Insure rour dwelllBgt bata tail all other property In the Blue Gnu Ia nnace Comps ol Lezinrton Kjr a home iBtMuton adTornadocompiuy for the peot4e of our cousty now operating in the State Md get cheaper seer eeapaayForfurUierleforematlo AtloieyatLawopeoite Cert 15 deer I atM JakThut Co eoeisd her J x CATR Pr- msyS4iy Q C BOS WORTH Secr NOTICE All pees trc Ikervfejr uNited Mt t charge igw wWteem er I wttly Th NL- CUSTOM TAILOEING u c wma9f = C So 1o = aSr = r s = J 70nga V re i z n8p ttttElders A BARiAIN 4- store1 v 5 IN CLOTHING Mens Suits at 00 up f ij Men s Pants at40cup Boys Suits at00eup jL Boys Pants atiup NOTIONS Gents LaundredShirts assrtecl colors c up Gents Undershirts5e up upLadiesLadies Pants50 up Al s c Upty Ladies and Gents Linen CollarslOc up Jk fySuspendersBuggy WhipslOc UA h1Asst Colors in Silk ParasolsODe mi White Aprons25c up Asst Colors in Boys Waists25e up f 5CUlFire r SwL W rf Sf OUR LTNE OF LADIES GENTS AND g CHILDREN SLIPPERS AND SIIOEX 5L ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGER Tr THAN EVER BEFORE Cull and see them wIBENSrWe have a few bolts of the C N Cosflibbon on hand which we will close out at No 16 lOc No 40 loc No 80 20c See our sthc1ofCptsb- efore you bu Ve can please you with R G Armoside W B RobJ9 Dr Norsah IN HATS AND CAPS Mens Black Felt Hats ic tip ImpBoys fMens and Boys Caps lOc up IN CARPETS up1trueselsBugs2s up Mattings iik 1s = p IN HARDWARE ieeachCakeFiles 3cnp Curling Irons 3c up Teaspoons c setup Butcher Kn1velUcTablespoons Sc setup f A Ost eT hVtWTtt Saottj 4Reectflly8ub7niteecz to Cash Tradd E V ELDER 4 ANT FOR JHcCALL PATTERNS s c4OOMtlI iiU5Mejcy i halts tTIe ye ses II St sssr t a it rsaa T9ava OUR SPClALPRtCCas54 fri ltc k Sac with ester J 7 a m 1 p Jty cz x c E4OWSiZZ I f fr 1rt tLt 9 8 j Japa qIilIJ 4 4r JJtnIt= 1 I j 1tt LtfI 4 qIii tc il II 4 PRICESI4a 4 88 o 1eas 4 1 9lJ t1f 4 lay Hoarders MrJ Martin LHiHaBter that trtiht will t r tr I VHEN y U WANT YO UR iIi0 COME AND SEE stock is complete in every particular OUR PKICES ALL THE WAY THROUGH WE CAN PLEAStf YOU 3 I = + SEE A FEW OP OUR PRICES BELOW 1 Ladiesiin soliil Oxfords rJCalfcoinrnoiilseiisp 110L i Kid izi HK l 00 worth H2jl liesnll solid leather Oxrordscormnon 86ii eTCoin tit iZH JJl to 8 IL I 2 j worth 1 ULudlos 4extra nico light weight Kid Oxrorcls BllickorllInOIIUJuli SOUIU ur Coiii toe kiol or5 9tip size 11 tn 8 1lt E 0price I 50 worth I 72V1 KIII2 low tIioe ll FlurQutttnt tlr inn wz 21tJ 8E Id I f witli ontLudit1hiriKfd tan lace Bpring heel kid Hlzn Jfi to 7E lriHuI 75srtli 2 23Jttqlt 9JKiolln heel or spring heel Iticcrocibittton kit or ntent til iJl j iUoth H 75 2 01 HinlenMil 00 worth IJ + Iiil U S rnIrlh 4 Oil +MeiiH Hlnek or Tan Vid In ull lace or iotisr is i to 11 U li am KK s Ir HcIwotth SO Mens Blatkor Tan Vicl Culf nilor styles size Bto irlrmi7nK 2 11 worth 2 m De 81e CowpVeto SATO 1 c ARNOLDSuccessors to WALLACE RICE g aQft 8ft Geta O 1ifiO8 001 10 e0 C oq E e1 eok1w-o0 IIe 00 ffI o- rjS11 en tg IDWnnm tithJ- yJ Vo oaR i lli ill m i1J3b 5- II On the first counter of our tore jwill lincl a selection of Clothing of whitn 3rou can toke your choice at justIOneHalf iWe manylotstn clean them up we have placed themIIemsall on the BARGAIN 0 n onehalf price For instance g 40 tiii pipe US price u A S500 SUIT 8250IA SIO SUIT 8500 A 81250 SUIT FOR 8625 flfl 0 passph 0 0s 0- s3Covington e mw Mitchell 1Hi 0 t SSsS eS eSS G seseee oo eeANTED mil Avenue residcnceit the g r1 Our RIGHT imfetit PtteIkt Tcdle button viiturtjiiine styles 11 FOR FOR l Trnst not to appearances but put your faith in Ho dV Sttrsaparilla which never deisappoints It is the Lest medicine money can buy Fitsimtnons inow in Ihe has been SullivanS Oi1LYAFLW 1 Ircr KTi A 4 11ir 5 IJi i- IV l1li IOlicwilllast Fourth Off Clearing Sale tt1J N f jY r i I tij By i 9forcck ifYou vant the m b tliel OneFourth f 1 0F FIf l ZRIOIE f On all J1eitvy Goods such as Swits Oveicoats Shoes Un 4 1CLVUl1 Hats c = 4 CTflFLIPlU0 w The Clotiiicr TIle Sllo2r The llt1er The FMrnisicr lJ L4 t r f TI r YHfo eJtiL lelftjl n r MONEY9S WORTH j =MCTVS fcaivesY eVvvUteus auA tatks PINE SHOES I The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNU 14 1891 Dr Hobson Dentist lathfuiHave IHI been StouireHa new store on 1Iilin sjtriiut J tf Slouflnr lins moved to Main street next to John O TilyloFo tf Full line of rosul wauoim urn hue gies at HHIOINS Luxoxs my8l 5f FiniHt Iliatr neckwear in the city at Stoutlirs new store Main street if CallontHirjiiis Luzon court ilny for pr vehicle inySICtl StnntTtjr took more than 100 me PJmts1eHIOIO StoulFur sells moro clnthiiiK fur cluthierNHigsins Luxon have n earload of buggies and carriages Dont hill to see tlioni when in town inavJUlin A beautiful Chifkoring piano madf of mahogany ran be purchased from G W Evans Jr for tOO jne4tf Stolilfer IIII Uikuu more measures for suits to carder this spring than all the rest combined New store Main St tf Come antI teo the Itargnin Counter of niuiih and ho s clothing that we urn soiling at onoIiiilf price Covingtuu Mitchell Mies Temple Old hum is selling her beautiful line of sailor hats t fiom 10 c nts to SI 50 Give tier a cult Irefore purchatsiiig elsewhere iuriyl7lin We have special fmlnreinonts to UarwdllCountrage Covinjitnn A Mitchell Lekbeauty boneS1lilThere are groat bargains to be lint clothingjusttables Uovin ton Mitchell Sir HI C 0 Caleat who hud an operation pnffohheli on hit jaw in Loxiugton last week has returned lio lie ilmcli improved ill healthTirreoiujcauTldf ltlThtflissetl through hero Tuesdiiy from Manches tpr where they lund been summoned to suppress the troubet batwcoutlic WhiteBakers f Ve are closing out nil our gook in order to remodel our house Clothing hats shirts and underwear at your own price at Sloullera new Main street store next door to Farmers National Bank tf Kirksvilie Lodge No 111tf A M will folehrate St Julius Day Sat IHmkInIJiluifr on the grounJ Everybody invited to attend Clnrk Fisher the polite porter at toW lrt Jones on Second street is the happy father of twins a boy and girl hiM hoy is named John AVaunrn W littetMershon Jluuiault Kihliur fur his favorite Julius 300 sample siMiljncr hatS valid vtHtsjiiMt opened tii nil the latent awl bobt btyks III lets than zuuuuuufiiturersl cost to he closed 8nt opodto3Igiiiuui Crap Shooters Arrested Jiihni Noliind Happy1 Klaiiknttl Luther Ill ilter ooloreil were caught crap fihpfting Moiulny jj Police All I dtiui M Postmasters Salary Has Been Raised After July the salary of the postmaster at Hid Iwill bw 1100 which u the highest figures for this of flee Mr Willis will most lTrobaldvi not have tho pleasure of amount of salary hut his bticcessor Mr willlACovernmsnt Sewerage Syitam Here Plans IInd speeifirations are ofiIwith Potinuasler Willie as Custodian for the construction of a sewer from the rear of the government building1 to Main to Third down to suit down Water to a point below Donol sonsfihopi near First Council Reduces Tax Rate Tho City Council hasreduced time tax from 113 to St of which huH is for schools and huh for jiotieral espeu All the present board litia built a li000 negro school building and naid off a largn portion of tlieliL city debts the action above taken will be warmly commendel by all Early Crop ot Wheat Judge Jiio D Goodloc began har perhl1lstillUecides being1 one of our foremost citizens moralh intellect unity nnil otlmrw e Judge Goodloe is a progres sive farmer who does his own readiu1 writin and fig Irln Street Fair Meeting All Persons interested and connected with the organization of the Street Fair Association are requested to be present at their meeting today at3 ldTrQipermanent arrangements election of officers etc Dont fnil Jnattend r Dewey Here Friday An admirablb Jikeness Admiral uev wits exhibited at the Ladies Fair Friday It was a bust carvedput of wood by Brank Kontjof A doghead also Mr ilouta work was noticed JtJnd they been Madison eligiblefurGreen River Bridji1 A large oil painiinir of thiii famous btidge just as it was on July 4 UJtil on exhibition In Molvrlpvs window byMrsXrConfederatf lucre who lived throtigu that tittIosiy it JIIIMifetit itotnrfrof IMJI j hattie ground Thu stuck zidituilridg IItl JirlllJ w- dIH 0 Henry Kueliler l mpiinv Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky in rite eorrespondiuee with Mill men buyloplarDry or Green Write them apr5Gm For Rent The store house now occupied by Mrs U P Todd on Main street will tnriGHKENLKAF Assignee mySItf A 1laee to po For luscious bniinnas ripe apples coMiificreainsoda water fresh rafce nice caiiclies toluineo snit ciunrs urn to A tinele next door to tid Post Office Itcfetauraiit open day and night aprlOom Will Bo Here Next Vcek the crack bicycle riders in Ken IAll will be here on Monday and next to engage in their annual The races will occur each afternoon and valuable prires are offered Be sur anT attend one or both races Aclihlssifm 25cenls Ladies 25c chil Iron under twelve locents lfIeaI jJhfl consttpatlon HODrlYs tPhhis The nonIrritating cathartic Price 25 cents of aU drnpglata or by niall 01 CI Hood Co Lowell Mass The cool weather of Sunday and Monday was a very delightful from the n1 and C4 temperature ot the previous week If the predisposition to worms in chil dren is not cured they may lecome- emnciatil weakly and in dancer of convulsions Whites Cream Vermi fuge is the most successful and popular remedy Price 25 cents at IVrry Thomas june7lm Lizzio Clay the Kitchen Queen of Richmond has gone to Michigan to cook for Mr and Mrs Harry Hanger For relief and comfort in Asthma equalIricoThomas jnne7lra Farmers soY there were never so many snakes as this year The Modern Beauty THrives oh good food anti sunshine with aIrtierforififace blooms with its beauty If her ofluiaLtve bytheThe sixth annual declamatory con test will be hold in Stanford on June 16th Planters cnrellloUe and Euamer Cuuiplaluu Price 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successors to W O While Ed T Woodward one of Clark cotin tys oldest and beat citizens is critical ly illA jaundiced skin kii symp springsIronibipod which destroy energy cheeiful IItieIlifefunctions of the liver Price r0 cents ut Perry Thomas j 7lm Tw6 boss snake Mars have found a reptile eijiliteen lut long in the Elk Illllll tuouital ion Did You Gel up Wrong Toke n luau of Dr BellV PineTar itlllllnfortlligcgood all day It exhilarates tins lungs itnd soothes tin hroncbinls10 I Mrs Mattie Nevius was thrown fmn a wagon in Lincoln county and adjoin ly injured onohrurmore severb cough than over before Uhaye used many remedies uitbout re much relief and being recom mended to try a bottle of I liHinijerlainV l buijh Hem ly by a friend who 1ltIo1tgratifying restilts Tho that bottle re lieved me very much and the second bottle hall absolutely cured m I have not had as good health for twenty years UeBpectfiilly Mrs Mary A Heard Claritinore Ark Sold by Perry Thoma4 june7lui JudgeS P Alnriuoniif Owensboro is organizing a company for this pur pose of manufacturing j ana pants Alier Exposure to Cold or wet take a doe of Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey null fortify yourself against cold This in one of the most efficacious remedies known to feline for coughs cold i and incipient consumption hialwaystImebe found Asid from the serious inconvenience and pain caused by piles there Inn tendency to fistula nod to cancer In the rectal regions Piles should not De al lowed to run on unchecked Tablers Hnefceye Pill Ointment is aim Infnllibft remedv Price MctH a bottle tnbes75 cents at Perry tt Thomas je7lm- t is far letter to think a Ulan better than liejs than to underestimate him goqduiess htrert tundra LawyerBrtlitluituimw Hev Archibald Windliam on the vil huge street what dues this mean I thought you were laid up with all sorts of sesl And bl wasrepliej tlier verened gentleman 9 hud an attack of Indices tion and front that time on my whole system hits been m n disordered cou- miltioui until I began taking Hoods uuiyrtJrlawyertlhibtrheumatism and my little rl or scror jula When they say Its the best medl mon can buy they oIlIY tcll the VcsyK I10tlltjJo replied thj uiuiuulstertnd tins Iwq iw u lus c J Attt k fl4 E lJ 0pb I 3 tJ tit 11 a When Your Throat Clogs or feels raw antI rough nothing gives such prompt and effectual relief as Or HellR PineTarHcinpy A won Ierfu remedy for coughs colds nml bronchial tasteneverfallingTake no substitute Must dearly bought is that financial gain is obtainedat the sacrifice of the rhhi If your night is Marred with specks And spots floating before yonr eyes or you have pains on time right side undsi the ribs then your liver Is deranjrel I1l1don npfdII few doses of Herbinn tn- rCZllaIPo nt Price 50 cents nt Prrv Thomas jnne7ltn Triumph over one difficulty gives time to triumph over a still greater one Heart Burn Nausea dirzinePR palpitation ore some Rvmntom nf dysponsia that Divrpstos Dyspepsia Tablets will cure 25c a box at all tiruggists TIme measure of ones greatness is his goodness and the measure of his good ness is his love ToinfjKod HI home is more profit nIle than digging gold in the richest mines of the Iclonkike- Humrdiv a tiny passes in families where there are children in which Ballards Snow Liniment is not needed It quickly cures cuts wounds bruises hums nnd scalds Price 25 nnd 50 cia at Perry Thomas j ne7lm A traveler pan nowadays journey around the world in CO days A Cold In the Head is one of the most distressing and ills comforting of maladies It causes loss of sheep If Defected it terminates in that unmet obnoxiras of till diseases catarrh of the head or iiroat Dr Bells PineTarKonev will guise it in one night All druggists A new kind of apple red within as well as without lisa turned up in Colo rado Planters CUBAN OIL cures dun Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 cents WOWashingtons birthday was this year a legal holiday in Iowa fur the first time Mr P Ketciiman of Pike City Cal says luring my brothers lale sickness from sciatic rheumatism Cham berlains Pain Bali n was the only remedy that gave him any relief Many others hive testified to tho prompt re leaf from pain which this liniment af fords For sale by Perry tt Thomas druggist junelm America contains 220723 miles of railway and the rest of the world 204231 In ites IFor the Sake of Fun Mishchiet Is Done A vast amount of mischeif is lone pptllIirpcttrs III eruptions dyspepsia indiges nervousness khluuev diseases and other ailments This mischief fortn natelv may be undone by the faithful use of Hoolls Sarsaparilla which cures promotelIIHoods Pills cure all liver ills Nonirritating SmnJ1pox is reported from Henry county ppopleinone cause To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that vhen a favorable opportunity presents clf hois ready to take advantage of it little forethought will also save much expense smith valuable time A pindeiit and careful man will twitile of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DiarilmiM Remedy in the house the sliftlexs fellow will wait until ne cessity compel it and thou ruin hill hlst horse jf ing fur a doctor nnd have a bin douior hill to pay 11sides one pays onto 25 cents the other is out a hundred nellZhbvrpoorer For sale by Perry and Thomas druggist June liu turkeyhatchedwings Planter NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep cia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25cts VOAt Ashland a Constable shot and killed a tramp wliie icsisting arrest The blood is the life Science has never gone beyonnd that simple state moth of scripture But it bus illumi nated th t statement and give it the ineaninir ever broadening with the in crvH ine breadth tlf knowledge When the blood is bad or impure it is not throughUsd880mind and judgment are alfeclel suit many an evil deed or impure nought may itA directly traced to thus impuritv of llie bliMtl Nil one tllllWIII ancoil in mind mill body whose blood is impure No one ran have a wholesome and pnrn life unless the blood is pure Foul bluoii tain tin make hv the use of Ur Pierces Golden Medical Discovery When the blood is pure boly and brain are alike healthy and ImatipinciusFreeDr SOIIMJ Medial Adviser 1008 pages 700 illn trations is sent fuse on receitt of stamp to defray expense of mailinsr ONUY Send 21 oiie eni stamps for pamper covers tr 31 stamps for cloth tf lr It V Pierce CC3 Maui streetiliuf faloN Y Tim General Asaoctiitfon of Baptists sill convene in Mt Sterling next week Tettcr SultKhcum and Kczcina Tim iiitense itching mind Bmaiting inci Jent to these diseasss is instantly allayed oy applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad wses have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for Itching piles and nPIttlbnppooj rod ciirouic sore eyes 25 eta per box Jr Caiijs MUWft rwclerr arc jnst a horse uetsis when in hud onditirl1 Tunic bklJl purifier and oiiajfnge They aro not food but Putalifeata per pttcluc a pIa N 5UUtc 4 trI J ft J I 4 I tT- iF T BusyBee Cash Stores gs Great Clear= IL1iance Sale Clothing to J I GoOd Cnssimero Knee Paula for children TOo per pair Strictly Allwool Knee PInts double kueo and C 1 Vllull sea nil colors worth 75c per pair tire this sale for 39c a yBoys SI 23 and 150 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Heefnr styles neat null serviceable ages 3 to 14 the price in this clearance sale only SOc Mens Hood Suits well made in brown blues nh mixtures all sizes worth S5 0 and i will be closed in this clearance salw at S 2 i3 Mens Flume Allwool Suits choke styles and qualities in single and double brensted sick and frock styles of hue 5utdhuC5 and days every unit in time lot worth aunt sold everywhere from SH to 12 take your choke and pick In this sale at 193 C 4ceA I MeuV Extra Kino Press Suits perfect tailored which will meet the wants imil suit the idens of stylish Q urcssers In a T You can mako your unrestrict select ion from several hundred of these fashion I able tailormade garments worth from S14 to SIO they sro in this sale at 848 Special Camlet a a MgTiSr I 1 lGOOOO RlID l- 000 of 10m profits living that Com panies pay elates of Largest profits with safety conservatism Every precaution protection investor particulars apply K BOlA LEXINGTON it l Fit Feet Nature x j 300 L wild with excitement the 1 jtLOW PRICES for which THE BUSY BEE 1 CASH STORE closing out their surplus stock I of seasonable Goods All our previous that have convulsed are in to our offers GREAT SALE crippled in our former will be killed in this great sale The knife that was to the hilt will now sink to the heart Every of our choice stock of Goods Wash Goods i Hats Shoes and Goods must go at prices obliterated and en tirely ignored No wonder competi o4ftion stands The BARGAINS we are dishing IJout stand unmatched and IZ3r That Will Wild Buy 8 If J Childrens Ondmere Boys S3 00 and 250 Knee Pant Suits go at SIJD Ourg0 l50JroHIlII S500 Knee Pant Suits go in sale at 2i9 all styles Cream of the Stock o life Boys Long Pants tassimere Suits worth L00 and 400 disappear in this clearance sale S1S Big Boys 7 S8 9 and SIO louig Punt Suits choicest p assortment of fancy and worsted cheviots ScotdwIIIIII nlheelworsled etc your piekIs THm UNM HABLB SALE ARB MijHBY AVBRF RM II jyl HIi unporiethmvcusteuls fcii Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes IILadies Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth 125 in this aie at J 75c per pair Mens Sunday Shoe in and congress worth will be dished out to you at Site per pair Mens 175 anti realRussia r Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods t Allwool 38inch wide Serge Henircttas cheviot effects novelties tancy weaves in black all double width good worth Mc and Sec a 5per yard will be slaughteed in this sale at 18c per yd Noth log reserved D hair ends worth 25c per pair are lOc In this sale 1 One lot of Slippers for ladles in sizes 2S 3 and some SH that were formerly sold at SISO and 2 will bo closed in this sale at 50c per pair Fine Jacqiiads Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods Former price 75c and 8w tier yard will lw slaughtered this smile at 4Cc per vnrcl Nothing leserved I riearanco Saute saviuig on Ladies leadymale White Underwear Ladies lloadymado Dress Skirts Cur t iClftjh p t I Not article III the entire lug store left untoiielixd this sole must bo far reaching a clean sweeping and a great space cleaning sale for us We must hay room fur our fall stock and the only way we see to gut it is to actually give away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of the Jest goods wo have to our customers and let them profit by pt our loss pnnt fail to attend this sale A Great Rig Lot of Mens Too Linen Pants and Mens Blue Cuuitet Jeans Pants the best New York Mills Ni will be closed at Site per pair it b 4 Aalong your ASH when yon come for these barnaiiiH and save timeand refnal of credit for this 0 ng SALE to irake room and get cash to buy full goods with Very Respectfully iV r J i iil WQD0 OLD AM iJi aRICHMOND MT STERLING AND phcOF LEXiNGTON KV IXLIPIXG BEJYEFITS I 65 RESERVE I1ltD SURPLUS 11nAN Thl Lib me IWe pay tIme same to the Insurance to tIme deceased consistent and for the of the For to r1j SMITH 7AKN SECRETARY KY y + 7 iIIThey The as Intended t atr4flWW R t 4f IICilMOND is at is Springand Summer offers the dwarfs comparison peopleICLEARANCE Prices offers driven dollars worth Dress Clothing Furnishing completely profit disgruntled aghast unequalled incomparable AJJ Boys Make Mothers will at fake 0ILBARAm CHANCES I lace H5u 9Organdies rtfttostbarnlllNmi dBrlllS is COMPANY GEORGETOWN Rmae Oxbrds AnnorncemenflFVtflI Veglt bles and Fruits of all kinds one of tIll foatuivs iofour store and shall keep constantly on hand Fresh Bocas Bananas California Oranges IHW Nossina Lemons Homegrown Fancy StrawhpJJries Gooseberries Cherries and all fruits in season New California Riisins Lonjlosi LayIers New Potatoes Otmimuims Beans rowa Cabbage and Peas A fulllino of Canned olds t aCoffees Sugars Candia and everjtliing fottinl jaiLI51 1o atC S rJ WbsSolictyoitr patronage aw assure you we will appreciate order mel matter how small and shall take pltMriire in Htlltlg it live ns u trill H t ctiJo T01Beasey0 IJ Ernest Stivers MgrMain Street next door to Richmond National flank PHONE 707 may34ir I a e a b t+ Jeie ++++ t E 7t 8X iF tk- 16JENNESS MILLER 9 j l5li i J JM tj I OXFQRDS iARE HERE S o it i t Finely inadeof soft VELVETT kid on strictly hygienic and M x f anatomical piijjciples they are the most comfortable and most perfect t N fitting Oxfords yet devised for womans wear Hjj tsrLIKFJ THE FAMOUS v MIX t i J JENNESS MILLER SHOES xJTIEY FIT TIlE FEET AS NATUKE INTENDED rrTi Ez AlLIbr OxfordsI l J DuuuLAbBRiGriHP exc CO I207 WEST MATS STEm BICntrONI ICY Ii Ie r irlii ii 1fii I tlfffW jj iI V1 lpfA4niJ ii1 0 tfI i 1 iOur ioods- i ANDr Our Prices Compel you to trade with us when rou give us a trial I Jl1ra 1J 1 Gm IiT1D IcBJiIdJJoJIll The ladies cannot be leech ed- by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy ill the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what ypu want If so trade with VYhiteANDGibsont i VRUP PEPSICURES CONSTIPA- TIONVY1H1HoshaICo Commission Merchants Cattle HDg ana nee UNION STOCK YAUDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 IJ BSfAll information regarding live sock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to sopt7ly u n n recctnbleHLP I i Y many tboownd owes ten4ystreeDRM + + CALL AT++ + d lilSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY rrL r n r 11 and Whiskey UaWta I iZ cured at home with parUI COAtianta tl tscpeFI 2Jr 1 2 o g th1 jg C g 2-= m 1tJ 1e m E8 8 rIib a4 C lt a 2 je= nens s ssrrr I rr ITIgggggg YI1 onu t= i U- t = p0 S111 Y- tJ Otj 0 i 2 III Ioj rs IcI i 1L ItI8 I t1sssssssa cee3 tf gg eaas f a DR CALDWELLS j PEPSIItN Wilsont Notary Wotioaafld 1 Ball Beatings i1MPLEsT tEYEf ilr ICoUrchlUond Cw An Excellent Combination- The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy Smup OF FIGS manufactured the illustratethetive principles of plants known to be presentingthem ItIseffectuallydispelling gently yet promptly and enabling one permanentlyevery objectionable quality and sub kidneysliver IdeallaxativeIn the process of manufacturing figs thetasteremedy are obtained from senna and methodknownCo In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations please Companyprinted CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO BAN FRANCISCO CAL TForJnnS1y EPWORTII LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVE- NTIONIndianapolis Ind JULY SO23 7899 Only One Fare Round Trip Except that from poInts within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and One third Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar VIA BIG FOUR Tickets will be on nale from nil points July 192021 From points within 75 miles of In dianapolis on July 19 21 22 and 23 Indianapolistickets are deposited with Joint agent at Indianapolis not than July 21th and depositticketstd and including August 20 For full Information regarding tickets rates agentsDigJ E REEVES WARREN J LYNCH Gen AgtWCincinnati Ohio EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY reoliablewhonhewhalebonewhat may on the road his wagon never thofinestways and buggies in Rich mood ProprKentucky 135E- CONOMIST RANGES p I CQ F trJJ Roofing and GeneralJob Work LAQEMITU i REGENERO5Co BLISSFO The Great tljtI Guttering VllallllI Mskt tbt 1E1ciIi-s RE DYnow within ea r reach or ctcrv Amrrlnnilayw IrruinuMit is jxujtlveljr cturanteul to tinethe moot Va orInlrroullrllliln tlwtr t wt wnuhooil and Old Men will recover roo heir yontlifiil vigor Itlnvlgcrates and restore toill ir uul vigor nfl sufTercr from Seminal Weak SpermatoheanliiIrnry Mcmorr Wakcfulncss Evil IlrranM Dwpon selforntitoncst tir It Ih mstrt Yert Toiile in the world deIiufleillrestorei1ef 10ritouirUrruniiqa cure lbeA11IrlcnnomcoorfH Arj ThornsDruggistssept21ly 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE J IA TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COFYRIQHTS Ac magulcklvCommunlciilnnatrtctlyciinjdontjaL fprsiscurlncpatenu1alenu theScletifific trtulaIloneedesleriuMUWpreeci Uitco 11tWbW10n i1 tl 6 jljj L HeresYoir Cfeaice Some Extraordinary Offers by Tho Climax The CLIMAX wants fivo hunred new subscribers by tho first of the now year In order to roach this ond some ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice tho following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIULAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reducedrates rCORN PRODUCTS LIST OF ARTICLES NOW MADE FROM THE HUMBLE CEREAL The following is a list of tho products now being manufactured from corn without the use of any other com ponent material Mixing glucose of three kinds used by refiners of table syrups brewers leather manufacturers jelly makers apothycarlesCrystal used by manufacturing confectionors Grapo sugar of two kinds used by brewers principally and also by tan neTs Anhydrous sugar used by ale and beer brewers and apothecaries Pearl starch used by cotton and pa per mills bybakingby cotton and paper mills Refined grits used in the place of brewers crste they are giving better resultsFlotirine used by mixers of flourswithout detriment except as to the feeling that a corn product is taking the place of a wheat productoFour kinds of used by fino fabric makers paper box makers mu cilage mill glue makers apothecaries and many industries requiring a strong adhesive agent Corn oil used by table oil mixers lubricating oil mixers manufacturers of fiber shade cloth manufacturers paint manufacturers and in many similar industries where vegetable oils are employed Corn oil cake gluten feed chop feed and gluten moal all cattle feeding stuffs of a very high grade and capable of being scientifically fed with superior advantages Itubber substitute a substitute for crude rubber and very extensively usedCorn germ tho material from which the oil and cake are obtained British gum A starch which makes very adhesive medium and is used by textile mills for running their colors as well as by manufacturers who re quiro a very strong adhesive medium that contains no trace of acid Granulated gum which competes successfullyinence by reason of the absence of any offensive odor- Probably tho most important in tho above list of products is rubber substitute tho substance which Chicago perfectionthe waste of ordinary yellow corn will cheapen the price of rubber goods 25 per cent Corn rubber must be com bined with an equal quantity of Para utilityTwentyat tho Chicago refinery for a year in bringing this new rubber to perfection Ex POISONED WITH WILD PARSNIPS A bad case of accidental poisoning is reported from Howes Valley in this DolphDeltwere on tho creek batik near their home The boys saw some wild parsnip growing and not knowing that it was poisonous ate some of it They were both taken with terrible pains in a short time afterwards Dolph licit after Buffering terrible agony for four hours died Young Shipley is some better and there is hope of his recover Three doctors were with the boys shortly after the poisoning was known and ShipleysifoElisabeththwn The returns of causeS for insanity in England show that In every 100 cases U are hereditary 24 may bo attributed o drink 12 to business and money troubles 11 to loss of friends 10 to sickness and 11 to various causes j i Ths priM Tper tisedl1- 4W wIikIit Q lip IttIt IHIM up 1e1 1ILIn STSN- A 1iIHI h4 j lurr III- f t rE4 naweiOOIneiird ogE I You may have heard about SCOTTS EMULSIpN and have a vague that it is codliver oil with its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive fea tures It is codliver oil the purest and the best in the palatablecan take it Nearly all children like it and ask For more SCOTT EMULSION looks like cream it nour ishes the wasted body of the baby child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence It bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that youhaveIQ with other socalled just as good preparations you will find that this is a fact The hypophojphitcs that arc combined with the codliver oil give additional value to it because they tone up the nervous system and impart strength to the whole body drurgitsSCOTT York LITERARY NOTES The fleecier family is ono whose branches are very many and whose lines of work are as varied as the individuals It Is a grandniece of Henry Ward Beecher Mrs Charlotte Perkins Stet on who is at present very much to tin front in relation to the economic oman c of women In July number f the Cosmopolitan Mrs Stetson will wage a pen warfaro with Prof Harry Thurston Peck over an article in the June number of the Cosmopolitan The Woman of Today and Tomor row Mrs Stetson has something in tho Juno number a fourline poem on Queer People The illustrations by Oliver Ilerford are themselves queer Summer demands a literature of its own and the illustrated chapter upon summer fiction which appears in Book News for June will be widely appreciat ed as ono of the best features of the number as it is one of the most timely Tho frontispiece is a portrait of Stanley Waterloo author of A man anti a Woman a sketch of whose career is given Other features that will wake as hearty appreciation in their several ways are tho confessions of Julian Ralph George W Cable Franklin Bulleu Arthur W Pinero and other successful writers telling of the motives which inspired their respective works i tire Dortrait and sketch of Richard Whiteing tho new literary light brought into prominence by his story entitled No 5 John Street and tho analyses of the new books that are challenging thought along the various lines of intellectual activity economic historic psychologic biologic etc As usual there are many illustrations of the finest type including a portrait of James Russell Lowell while all the departmental features including illus trated reviews of the most striking books of the day in the realms of fact and fictions a birds eye view of the whole June magazine field poetical selections etc combine to make a num ber that fairly teems with cotempary interest from cover to cover Five cents a copy Fifty cents a year John AVatiamakor Philadelphia and New York Millions Given Away publiewho arc not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have givtn away over ton millions trial bot tIes of this groat medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by DruggistSuccessors trial bottle free regular sizo SOc and SI Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded 3 AN OKLAHOMA CONSPIRACY A Suit of Oklohoma City has brought out a most curious train of circum stances A woman secured a divorce from her husband together with a large amount of alimony The divorced hus band tben entered into an agreement with a good looking young man in the neighborhood whereby tho young man was to pay court to the woman marry her control of her property and divide it with her divorcod husband Tim young man carried out his agreement to the latter and then Hod the country The suit is now brought by the woman to recover the property of which she has been defrauded by the conspiracy lied list from Till GUll Was the ball that hit 0 n Steadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat went helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salvo cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Hump Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Bust Pile cure on earth hiS eta a bqx Cure guaran toed Sold by Ierry Thomas Druggists 3 We need nearly 3000 cubic feotif fresh air per hour for breathing put poses but wo can do with as little us 25CO Children need less and there are now building schools to give tho children 1800 cubic feet per hour A ropular Wedding Trip If you want a delightful wedding trip where you are not likely to meet acquaintances take one of the B C new steel passenger steamers to the Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and Parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two xical stamp for Ilustreted pamphlet Ai1roas14A SCIIANTJT Q f l1li f Mien nay3ltf ij County Court DayC tlrstMondayRichmond1 day Lexington Fayetto courilys second Monday Stanford Lincoln county send Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Mon day DimvillerBoylo county third Monday NicholasvllleJessamirio county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday CUTTING HAY There are a great many tilings inI farming as well as in other callings that are acquiesced in as true and yet are largely ignored in practice One of these is with regard to the time when hay should be cut As a matter of be lief nearly every ono simile that grass should be cut early more palatable and more digestible As a matter of practice however many farmers let tho seed form and the hay become woody before cutting In some localities with timothy especially where the grass is grown for seed a header is used to takeoff the seed crop and afterwards the stalks are cut and it is called hay It is really not hay at all it ia straw and h has no higher feeding value than straw well cured would have Of course if one can make more money out of a timothy crop by heading first for seed aud titan taking the straw for feeding purposes that ends the matter But this is hardly ever tliocase and the practice generally rests upon a sort of vague idea that the grass wil be pretty noarly as good for feeding purposes and that the seed crop will be just so much in This is a serious mistake for the only real return obtained by the practice is theseed If that is worth more than the hay crop would be if cut seasonably then take the seed crop by all means but dont do it on the strength of tho idea that three or four bushels of seed plus a considerable feedirg value in tho straw will equal a good fair value for a crop of hay seasonably cut and well cured Of course in the case of other grasses where the seed crop has no special market value allowing the grass to stand until late is a serious injury to the feeding value of the hay crop with out any compensation in the value of tho seed SOME OFTHE SUPERSTITIONS THAT PRE VAIL IN AMERICA If a peahen calls a donkey brays pigs carry strawgeese flap their wings or a pot boils dry or the clouds move northward it will rain If a silver coin or freshlaid egg is placed In the hand of a newborn babe long life and prosperity will be assured to ItIf the sun goes down behind a bank of clouds on Friday it will rain on Sun dayWhile peacock feathers are kept in the house sicknesswill never bo out of it If a persons two front teeth are wide enough apart to place a gold coin be tween them he will always be rich If one mends a gaiment while wearing it every stitch taken represents an enemy which will be made If a pen drops and sticks in the floor till owners lover lives in the drection toward which it inclines A ring around the moon indfcates bad weather which will lust as many days as there are stars enclosed in the circleIf hairpin sticks out and does not fall the wearer will have a disappoint mont if it falls her lover is thinking of herIf a spider is found on one of your garments it signifies that you will soon have a new ono of the same sort Be sure that for ever log you get in March you will have a frost in May If the thread knots while sewing tho sewer will live to see the garment worn outEx I NATURAL SCENERY Tho Mexican Herald takes occasion to point out the real monetary value of natural scenery HS exemplified in the investments represented in tho hotels of Switzerland the value of which is put down at more than 100000000 gold and says Mexico is a combination of Switzerland and Italy The editor seems to have been inspired by the statistics which show that 1230000 guests pay Swiss innkeepers 22000 000 year for food and lodging CORRECT IAn exchange wants to know what is without a newspaper and Tom Davis of the Maysville Ledger jumps up with this replyhIt IB a place where old hats are stuffed into broken windows where tW wile looks like a bag of wool with a string around the center where the husband has a panorama printed on his shirt front and the neglected children wipe their noses on their shirt sleeves HTheter at the base and will yield lumber worth from S700 to 51000 THE FIRST BABY Its Comjaz la looked Forward to With Both Joy antI Tear and its Safe Arrival is Hailed With Prido and Delight by AU thohouseholdportant event of married life Theyoung nmotherdeJightsto herhreasVmotherButherishes when she xfeAlizos tho terrible pain and suffering through which she must pass while tho littlo one into timelsflferU issi pates her joy f u ness learnedbylio iiocetwity for the suihhringswhiehar bytlmeiniotifio liniment for n few woeks before the trying hour exjwctantmothers can fiO prepare themselves for tho final thedreadedit is safely passed through with com didcumfortAll and cs puciaUy expectant mothers who forlhd time have to undergo this trial in painmidgtsr which is in store for them loth ersFriend Is womans greatest ble stag for it takes her safely through the severest ord ul of her life Every woman bookBefore jwilltlioeCo Ii II t TJIiiir 1 p AU WOMEN Should biov that time Old Time Remed Istho best for female TVtIMes Corrects all- IrregularlUcs In FetnaJo Organs Should be taken for Chse of Life and before ClllJ4Bl- nMulcrs Ole Time Renedics tuvo stood tho test for twenty years Made ollly by New Spencer Medicine Co cuttan Perry k Thomas druggists uccessorn tit W O White decSlyr All druggists sell Dr Mlle Nervo Plasters flllnWIJU IIAMOBYEARSOLD andnevuWdany remedy equal to Dr Bells Hnelar relieflngdpiilweflnscgugbsandceldL MetcaUeleauca1For sale by Perry Thomas success a spp s S ae mS aa a ra e e p 1 t PLEASE f TRY t I G CANDY CATHARTIC 1 tJOe SOc sw Ring out tho oU Ring In the new Ring out tho false Ring in the true W i ag to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPii1eTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Plcasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out tho cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c Spo and 100 Siz BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells PintTarHoniy org to W Q White Pittsborg Central Stock lards EAST LIBERTY PAIOFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OP INDIANAPOLIS for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES ETERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Manager may313m Sell Your Bides AND BUY YOUR eed Potatoes at Thurrrians We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth- THTTRMAN GROCERY Co COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY lr ttttttT- hyref the best v Stpffi before you buy We mean 11t our Insurance Gasoline iStove t 1 FOUND ONLY AT THE fCash Hardware Stom of DOUGLAS SIMMONS r tu4 Screen Doors Water Copiers RefrigeratorsChampioit l Bin HayItftkes1ffi if niclilly d cIC III1 t r tt 0 t x ALL SU NO WITI Urn Iu 1i 4 i5sir will It I Ikili u 50 Yooonezamino It at your ncarvt depot dial ff i fuanti perfectly alUrttrr iftccljr reprct MI i 1 J rvlU rhlm hlta klk ftltll t 4TIIK TGKUTXST BiBem iDiuit i jrfIeU lOur Spec1 Offor Irlce 5SiO r d rrclihc bemchiDe d i E if g1N flCIVEreebtii d greatest vain ever oru1I 1 auy aofBEVARE oroUerau i s uor varloc nm with riiia odef1nrnta Wr icac til Ira a irruilits UD ir DRUGGISTS S SEND MONEY ZlR iiVrMiONSyriU- ufleniA TH Er1Cr t 5hSi trWuTL1Y fjfOUt sr ttI t rr15 I i 1y IDuzrrsoaose UII YTlIt fI lltl f il = tlUl J n 111 i I a 1 = H 2i- 4sa u evr f r If t Ir ym f IUIIIIII ir it fliw ti taIj s wiOt t t i ul frt15mm r h trw 3011r tbet se kriilcheII rOJII h fl Vihet + iti iCr to lel sd t tnhiLiie sitnIfr bhn ioer aue iriitflIrar lnr wheel f IriIIrIvllIr sr pat trxtivrirnCUARA1vEIDr fry Iasri11rkI4 F IostrucOonio isAIT COSTS tOU NOTHING I fli the If onI1 fl arfl Ca D tiJtmt frtlckl nt th S155Oi Tf ItZTIlti turn CIIIO Irat ii t ttitlUflrtf 5bucktCurrttHouThIyreIiat4EitItsrAddrcsl III- aprS6m II I Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FIREWORK A SPECIALTY Those who aro contomplating buying MarUe Granite or any kind Cemetery York will tim it to their interest to call at the old stnint in tIrarof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find wniHlantly on haul a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all elamcp cf COlltrJKentt1cktiesigmwhichcYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDQa JPCT ES T HKT ILTON Proprietor nnnnjTjnruiruTriruinjvinrinrtnruinrijinjin =HIGHEST GRADE 2 +++++ ++ +++++ + + 2 I BICYCLE I 2 GENTS I COLUMBIAN 2050 LADIES IC- OLUnIBIAN I I BEST BICYCLE BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT I IAllWe giro more options than the regular dealers You can have your choke ef color lieigulh of frame or any gear desired i largecWRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING PULL DESCRIPTION TODAY 5 COLUMBIAN CYCLES CO 5 s apr263m CLEVELAND OHIO dvuUUU1llUUUU1JlUUUU1J1JU1l1rU1lUUUnnnnrulUUUU1JrtUl1U1Juu 00yo i1J1Ve s 01On and after January 1st 1899 our terms will be 0 8 S o i SPOT CASH f s 0 Wo have attempted to run our business by eel 0 0 lecting our accotints the first of each month- S but have been unablo to collect thorn all promptly Se are therefore compelled to soil 0 0 for CASH that we may pay cash forougoods 1 and will endeavor to make it to the interest of 0 the trade to do business with us We have n nico line of staple and Fancy Groceries g 0 Quconswaro and Glassware Etc Give ess 0 call examine our stock and got prices 015 0 W Qoods exchanged for country produce itG s es 0 0s s HIGGINS iSa 2 ELLIS 0 O o S m II I g o WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KYraa SaS a e a a e Sq as a eaa a oeoo o o oooo r g SFwit J J 1TJ31 r SFFEt JAGr y a i yI cedtocurenusincssfeTho t has cured thousands and will curt you + ii MIL TS W1LOOX promiint iacr Jinn oUtiaifiu nml chief ot the OiidtU nonu lm bprtrtiueafc 1Mlcr years of sufferin 1OS iUB INiMii ivroc pmniapc1rsecIof bipKnK our wonderful remedy 19 tic atUiiHim ot vii f faring with piles Irice 100 Prpald to nay AtllrC 4 JON YCUA1TANOOGA mtfe uctbiy u u r j 5 l t