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NO OWNERS FOR THIRTEEN MILLIONS NOW HELD BY THE UNITED STATES TREAKURY, - hc"' RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, UNION CITY WEDNESDAY, JUNE tl 14, 1899 I'&ZSZSZZt Vprish". - NUMBER 2. r t your freight Mrs. Jennie Cannow, of Cincinnati, dpot and If Is visiting friends nud relatives here. found pert Mtlsf actory u4 Ur rrvatMt Miss Lizzie East left Sunday for a (Washington SpecNew York'feun.l fttor RIB. UA1S JOU A Book for Young and Old visit with friends at Waco. Ter mw "Tho records of the Treasury nro full or he.rd Mr. John Reeves, who has been on of .pay the of ronianee8,".8all n Treasury. oflicfaM Mid OUR "yECURE the sick list quite a irhile is slowly imMakes the food more delicious and wholesome "laKetiiat otirean calletl Ufe Division' proving. j RECORD 1 NERVOUS of Abamloned Lnmls and Property, 41 T'JLJT VT. V DinU. botl BAnma rowogff co.. xrw Vork. SI3.00 for example. It is in itself ono great The many friends of Mrs. Zerolda M Est 1878 teas the tl 00 Tie fyulibl. Life BLOOD WR?Tr FOR nl'U nu FREE ent with or Burry will he elad to hear that she is romance. Wliy, there is about ' STOVE CATALOGUE. dor or I2.lX SKIN & kml frpfirhs charges This rtoTe la Size Nr. 8. oven Is ablo to bo nut again after a serious ill- - 'Ij izso.ooo iu 1U keoping belonging to peo- was pending : pig iron, extra ISHilSxll. top Is I2xi5. made from Society " 'If I were a few Vears younuer and lartre ttuen, fiiavy o)Tr. hey Unions and grates. ple in the South alone. You see, dur EI iie.NS. She is now visiting htr son, Mr. DISEASED PRIVATE oron door, handsome Unreoren Abelf. heavr t ornamviitatlon and trlmmmff, extra ing ami nt tliu" close of J. R. Burv. War" wanted to make.a vast fortune quickh l OK THE UNITED STATUS. iaive drf p, frnnin6SiftdIhpmalAllsvrd mrrtolr. handnonie larj cmauM'nted base. IUt ral faorsrr uade, and DISEASES do it more easily and ceitainly valuable property of all sorts fell intd The celebration of Children's Dav at wn fiirnifth IRkK an extra wood prate. maUnsr It a cr-CONDITION OF CROPS AND LIVESTOCK ISM K a K1MJISU UUAIUSTKK with feet wmmI berner. CUREP."jl thejianda of tlie.army. onlcerand vru, inho prosecution oMhese claihlAthan Concord, Sunday 4th, will bo well re rrery ftore and piiaranKHs ftafe delivery to your rail" road station. "Your IccbI dealer wouhl charvo you tt5JQ JUNE 1, 1899. turned into tho Treasury. Finally the in any other wav.' membered event by the large crowd for fiicb, a vtore. tho fniht is only auvut 11.00 for jmm t kat C1H.OO, Addresn. fCh 500 miles. we amount became so groat that whpn ' "It was always a wonder to nto that who had tho pleasure of being present. SEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.IINC.) CM1CAC0, ILL William K. Chandlor became Assist- after the action of the Governuiotltn (Smts, Em back A Co. w thorosckly rtlliMo. Editor.) CURED Reports wore received this nionlh The entertainment consisted of vocal aprS-6ant Secretary he created a division to tho Iamar case more Southern people fnim 157' corresjK)tulcnt8, reprereiiting and instrumental music, rescitations GRIGSBY & MUNCEY, YOUNG MAN 2ssS Imvo charge of the entire matter. did not attempt to reeovor 'thet'r 100 QOUlitiet;. and dialogues by tho young people and when ignorant of tho tcrrihlo crimo you Aloro than $12,000,000 charged to that money from tho Treasury. The "prinDidyou only consider werormnmitling. children. Every ono performed their tho fnscinnling allurements of this evil WHEAT. division is the proceeds of cotton taken ciple of payment was established. The liiliit? Vi'hcn too latoto nroitl tho tcrduty admirably and as a wholo the exGeneral. Agents A rihlo rcsnlts, wcro yonr eyes opened to The Weekly Bulletins of tho Climate ercises could not bo surpassed. The lead from plantations and towns all over mam dilllculty, of course, would bo to your icril? Hid yon later on in Eastern Kentucky. prove that their particular cotton was and- Crop Service of the Weather ing feature of tho day was the lovely tho South and sold. C'introct any l'lll VATL or DLOOD il'uaiwf Wcrorou cured T Doyoansw of one case iu which $2,000, takou, sold and the money turned in- Bareaui show a gcnernl deterioration basket dinner which tho matrons prennil then pro soma n!arininr rvmntom? ' ' Pons you marry in your present con-- ! of the wheat crop in the principal win- pared so cheerfully. 000 worth, pf cotton was taken from a to the Treasury." .lition? Yon know. "MKll l'ATIIEK, Tho heirs of Uiristophor Fields Clay,- - ter wheat growing States. far South plantation, wlion tho staple l.llvhi M ).. I r married, aro yon Hrinirin dread7 JS raarriaso a PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Iu Ohio there has been gonoral fal- SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY. was worth $500 a bale, and sold. The. jdeceased, of Bourbon, countv, are en- -' failure with yon on ncconntof any weakIn all the new rich dark ness causrd uy early abuse or later people to whom it belonged wore not titled to aluut thirty thousand dollars ling off in condition due to rust and the Hao you been ilruBsod with ATTORNEYS. coloring, special desictia. 'worth of damages for cotton destroyed Hessian fly. The Indiana crop has mercury? This liooklct will point out to Meeting Southern Students' Confer rebels at all, hut were ahvavs loyal to you tno re?uiunr tiicno crimes anil tioint tho Union. They haven't an idea by" ttye Vetlcral army during tho war. also millered from the sauio cause. Iu ence and Young Women's Christniii nut hnwonr NKW ilCTlIOl) Having just recieved from Man VV. MILLER. wilt positively enro yoa. It where tho co.tton went to. Their names Thejr claims has been made uuUatld1 Illinois there law been some improve- Asisoctation Convention, Asheville, K. show how thnttKanil harn been saved by nila a half a car-loa- d filell arWashington City. of Mattings, our NEW TUIIAT.MKNT. It prove ment in early sown wheat, while the C. June were on the bales and it; womdn't-ie- ; 1SVJ. Attormkt-at-Labow wo can OUAUANTKK TO CUKK fate'now shows jup very poor. For tho above occasion, the Southern at all diillciilt lor them to mako.th&ir ANY CUltAULK CASE Oil NO PAY. - Kkntockt. we invite the public to call and iimosp, lii. We treat and enre EMISSIONS, I' ilravo Men Fall. widespread damage by the Ry will sell rouutl trio tickets to Ashe- cafco if they only knew what to do. Jt y VAllICOrKLE. SYI'IIIMS. tlLEKT. "oor examine the finest dispkiy ever -n the IlHrnam Uulldlng, next fcW-l- y to is Victims to stoinach, liveraud kidney 'fly," and the crop has fallen off In vi IIo. N. C. at one fare for tho round SritlCTIIItE. IJl POTENCY, SK- li On up in prife to the fine Pressed nearly 37 yoas since the "nibnev was ,n. r's National Hank. l'.KV DUAINS. ITNNATUKAL exhibited in Richmond. deposited there. I don't know whether troubles as well as .wonioiij and al( feel condition generally. In Missouri dan.-ai:- e trip ou June I'.i, 11, 15 and 10. irood to KIDNEY and 11 LADDER Tapers. No use to wiiFte your disease. by rust and Hehsian fly, combined return until June :t0, 1809. any of the owners are alive or not, and the results iu loss of appetite, poisons valuable time looking at small if they, are it is hardly probablo that in the blood, backache, nervousness, with the presence of an unsual amount Tlheso rates aro onen to the nuhlie. CURES GUARANTEED ' n of cheat, make the crop as a whole " cample books of old stylo job they will ever get back what is really headache and tired, listless, thereby emibllnir to visit Asheville "The Waees of Sin" sent f rf hr ATTOnSEYAT-LAenclosing; 2e stamp. CONSULTATION their own. All tho testimony in the foeling. liut there's "no need to feel poor prospect." In Kansas many and "l'he Land of the Sky" at very papers. "We have a number of r m.r. . It nnnblo to call, write for KENTUCKY. Klt'HMONl), OITESTTON BLANK for 1IOME case is in llio possession of the Govern-- j like '.that. Listen to J, W. Gardner, counties report an Improvement in low rates. For further information. PIiriTirPMip experienced Paper Haii;erfi. (iHn c over Taylor'H lliinlivnre store, but a greater number report a apply to any agent Southern Ry. meiit, and It never lots go anythingitj Mavjllo I.ifd'lfeiys?. .vJEjeetrie B?U Court House, on Main Street. tcrs are justthe1thingj6r a man when loss. Chinch bugs have made their . gets its band on. The ajjent who tooU Ir-- n r Wfi So appearance there, and serious damage this cotton is dead long ago. Us' is tho lieM8.aU. nmdown,.and KENTUCKY CHAUTAUQUA, 11. I'. IIOUG, he lives or dies. It did more is threatened. 122 W. FOURTH STREET. W man who sold it. So you seo tho own7. JUNE AT ,lir. ATTORNEY , CIUCINNATI, O. Kentucky. ers could not prove their case by either to give me iip-- strength and goad ap-- , In Kentucky tho wheat crop has BuiivoN-nFor the above occasion, the South-r- n petite than ituything I could take. 1 ffered a loss In condition during the for haiiuin; than those who cut up oiiu e No. 13 First St., ttpBtnire.' 31 30 ot them. By will sell round trip tickets "There are others instances sijnilar to can now wit anything and havo a new month. ' The condition averages 73. from its stations Shelby ville nud east and ntherwite destroy ymir pnper. J. C. &V. M OIIKNAULT, this, iu 1803 we received.. from a Gov- lease on life." Only 50 ceiits. at Perry while on May 1st it was 80. By secici eof to Lexington on June 20 to July ernment agent more than SIOO.OOO, it Thomas' Drug Store. Every bottlo tions Ihe following averages areehowu: ATTORNEYS AT LA IF, at reduced rates, tickets good until . guaranteed. 3 Western, G2; central, 70; southeastern, July 9. Apply to nearest Kentucky. which was the proceeds of cotton taken nirunt South Ri. tiMoND, 81. It should be noted that by far the ern By. for FREIGHT from a foreigner supposed to be a blockfurther information. lice on Pooonil street, over PREPAID. SURPRISE THE WORLD. highest average condition is shown in ade runner iu one of ' cities ol ' tho southeastern section whore comFor this style the South. When Secretary .McUulSTATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION MONEY-SAVINnew high MEANS-ANYTHINparatively little wheat is grown. There Mounted on Sprinj Hollers, fixloch heard of this he said : arm sewinf? LOUISVILLE JUNE 11. PHYSICIANS. Is What Edison Proposes to do at Paris. machine with is a general complaint of "fly" in early NOW IS THE This mouoy is only held in trust bv to liatif;, tures coinplo'e, all attachFor tho abovo occasion, tho Southern wheat. Bust is also frequontlyrcport-ed- , ments war. the Government. Some days we shall from 10c on up in pric. TIME FOR YOU TO Ry.will sell from all itsstationsin Ken AT HIS OWN EXPENSE. If ranted PI5S (iIHSONT, fc GIBSON, but so far is confined to tho blades. be obliged to account for it, for the machine is not sattucky, reduced rate tickets to Louis CALL I'll Y.ilCIA N AND SUHUEON, isfactory In 30 days Medium early wheat now promises tho United Statos lias really no right lo money will be re- 111. Thomas A. Edison will startle the best yield. Late wheat is overrun with ville for all trains June 20, and morning Kentucky. keep it. But from that time until now zunaea. henacasn , rvith order. Deworld with the exhibit ho intends to weeds. "Heads shoit, low and thin on trains June 21, good to return up to and no demand lias ever been made on-scriptive circular including Juno 24, 1899. Vym. H. ! (Wice hi the Joe (rKn building, 18 and to sent on applica209 ff. STEEST. for it, and there it lies. I doubt if the nstall at tho Paris 'exposition. Bv ground," is the expression most fro-37- Sirret, orer Wane .oW drusMore. tion. Ed-- ! piently used by correspondents in Taylok, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., Louis owner ever knew just wli6ro it did go pocial arrangements made by .Mr. WHAYNE IVI'K'O CO., KY. ville, Ky. RICHMOND, KY. LOUI8VILLB. BOO FOURTH AVE.. ClIAS. HOOKER, 'When General Sherman's army oc ison with commissioner Ferdinand W. describing tho conditions of the corn. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints. Oils, mch23-Scupied the towns of tho South Atlantic Peck, the Wizard of Menlo 'Park has Miass, etc , stocK mv larger, ptiLcs ttiwuja 1 ETERINARY SURGEON, MSW YORE FASHIONS. COKN. the lowest. seaboard the Confederates destroyed decided to give tho American exhibit Grudunle Ontario Veterinary College. Both western and southeastern sec at Paris a distinctively American touch ad the cotton possible before they surIlig, picturesque Leghorn hats have corn rendered. Cotton wortli niillions of by placing therein the greatest and tions report close planting not complet wide V, '.nil iry Dentlitry anil Sterility a Specialty, of month. In the cen strinsrs. most remarkable oloctric exhibit ever ed with the recently accu- - dollars waa burned to keep it ironi fall- un fttAir. nTur store tral section corn is all above ground Set floral dosigns adorn the front of seon on earth. In Kichnioml Harness Co., East Main 8t ti ng into our hands. The real owners apr7-l- y li hmn1, Ky. Mr. Peck and Air. Edison have boon and80mois qiite forward. Much re the corsage. They are not pretty like could not tell what was thus burned arranging lur the exhibit for some planting has been found necessary due the simple, graceful nosegay. &c and what was saved. Iut wo kuow. r better tuanoivanadTertled by others at more money, j If. C. JASPER, M. D to defective seed. The acreauo com aKeni ir ppeeiai w umjm- nucr price, sji isotli in lace and embroidery, ap- - errei-iuand this was the way: The books we time, but h was not until recently sa.7 ana ireifiuicnarscs. Medicine ami Surgery, tnel.t,or that the wizard fully made up his pared with acreage of 1S98 is 02. The p'iqtie trimmings appear. ing-Jl.laJ lo" UUn " orCUIAL 3u UAl o flilOL prlt c office Prat her Huihlinc, Main Street. often captured, for instance, showed i. A very swell waist is of crepe de r mind to take up the matter and outdo condition compared with average yeais tHkara. hatfii mm Cer Btter made before. nt rwwlence (the Cnrr place) on that James Brown, a merchant, had so 84. The condition June 1st. 1898, Chine, yoked with cream lace. The .tEACMEQUEErJU ona ut tiie mh lt'iu bLKA.Mi nKKTicsT ltrendway. many bales marked in a certain way. even htmseu m .the manner he will is iontiouielKentucky. was S2. The several sections, shows the lower part of tho bodice is tucked in tim ,ri iiirit from bhotOkrrttrli.YOncanqiinrter naned Rk riMosi), --- --fit'iful apiearance. Made from Tho bales not burned could thus be employ to show what can be done with k. en tliiqe flni b,iiandoitelr ticcoratea and ornamented, the mystery ot" which ho is the master. following conditions: Western, 80; groups to the bolt. - u'iM.i.l. intlirLLIIf AfABtalnrhmlilrti onsily identified from the marks and in hft lonfr.SS.nehesw.de and welphs J jwunds. Uo.i A dressy effect may lie imparled to Q W. EVANS, M D., Mr. Peck's assistants began negotiations central, 83; southern, SO. In tho west names on them. In all cases the books the shirt waist by wearing with it a captured containing the names of ihe with Mr. Edison, but made little head ern .flection tho crop in many counties way until Mr. Peck took up tho matter is getting foul,, cultivation being re- sailor collar pointing to tho waist in rilYBlCIAN AND SUitOEON, consignors and owners were sent to front. This collar may be covered .Kentucky. the Treasury with the papers relating and used liia best arguments with the tarded by excessive rainfall. R iimond, 220-22- 2 with lace, if desired. W. Main Street, to the capture. Where are thoso ho0ks great inventor. OAT8. Gloves, gowns, hats and coats, nnd TAYLOR, SPECTACLE TO UK 'jiAKVELOUS. DIt. T. J. and papers? Well, I don't know, but 1 Tho oat crop is small in acreage, and many other articles of dress bear the eat hers. etr bellows DAY PHONE 23. RICHMOND, KY. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Mr- - Edison finally yielded and has appears to be receiving little attention. elloiH tortc and finest suppose they nro somewhere in the NlGHT PHONE 23 sign manual of the automobile. Kentucky, Treasury vaults olfe Krftirli mirror. aiUborized. Mr. Peck to say that the There, has been an, improvement in R'hmond, W fmUh Irrm a kind modern ImDrorement. Mothers should havo their little ones and ererr ui90 mvt rxM 'As we never know when fhe claim-- - Edbon exhibit at Paris will be the most condition during the mouth from 75 on stand while fitting them to new shoes. GUVRANTEEDmam 25 miirru luirvciMta tr pawiisaru. YEARS. A.'f,7.Al3: and residence on Second Street. " ants might come forward and make a' tliriHiug and tho most magnificent May 1st, to 82 on Juno 1st. Tho shoes, also, should be made upon iSMte a written btndintr sniarantee. torts. term- and conditions or which t any part elres out demand on the Treasury for the pro spectacle- that has over been arranged we DENTAL STJRGE3T. the ' best" Inst. Send four cents in we repair 11 irre or ennrcc if yoa 11 one montn anu i ry are not perfectly HEMP. will refund your monty ceeds of their cotton, tho monof it in the electrical line. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES atlned. 500 All Work Guaranteed. In tho h cmp district the crop is re stamps to Hest s Co. for their cata OiIIKi: AT of theM orcais will ie eold at 31. 15. A SPECIALTY. O.NCC. 1HST 1IKLAY. IKSTRuaoRf ;I am yory much pleased with the urougnt was norcr turned, into the good condition. Beeeiit ad- logtio illustrating and describing these OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED " 7p general fund, hut always remained in arrangements I Imve just, completed ported in shoes, as well as seven or eight hun- nut bubllsher of thla your neighbor aUm: VntlnnMi dealt with us ask nn.wiite the Daoernr Sietronolitan an account by itself. It is so long Slrico w&i,M..lljson,'; said Mr. Peck. "1 vance iu prion has ha i a marked effect DBNT1ST, dred other beautiful and necessary arti- IlAnk. or Corn Eichanire Nat. Bank. Chlcami or flpnrmn F.zrh&ncre Ttank. New York or anr railroad or exDrrM Xacreage. The acreanu compared IT a seapltsl of ntr $00.o).0O, occupy entire one of the tanreft builnese blocki(n eompauylnClilcaiffO. this money was deposited, and tho'tes- - have had several talks-witthe wizard on OP IylUINVtl.l.H, Kr. .. v CtHcago. and emploT nearly z.w0 people In our own build Inc. hk KU. OUGjJC ATI11.0I) tm mpt ruxns, UWfl I withlSDSis 101. Scott county reports cles of children's wear. wholesale price. Write for free special onrs-n- piano aadapi also ererythlnt? In mmtcal lnTrumenU at .assured mo that ibocntise of finloe next diMir to (lovcrinncnt IlnlMlnR, tinioiiy necessary to mako a case is in ami (Scan. Bebck A Ca. tre tkereajtBly White and light grounds mostly pre and mnleal InxtrnmentCAtalotnie. Addreve, to I! luiiHii.l, Ky Ollltw liuum lin. so many instances unattainable- bva lit WeiiTatter rhe an, increase of 0 per cent., but in vail iu the bareges so popular this SEARS 'ROEBUCK &. CO. (Inc.). Fullon. Dcsstaines tnd Wavman Stt.. CHICAGO. ILL. proba'ble! wiil amaze,the world with his exhibit liotirbun county tho acreage is reported tho owners, that it is scarcely Summer. that any great portion of this euorhious tfc Paris.c He js- patribth - imd as he but to por cent- of tho acreage of 1808 2nd Richmond, Ky. FflCD SMITH. Open-wor- k e are fashionable. America-'u"ius- t izes that amount of money will .ever leave the be ahead TOBACCO. In the finer threads, DEN 1 1ST. Treasury. The" only very large sum iu all things at Paris .he Juts concluded Tobacco plants aro plentiful and set thee lovely hose have insets-olaco. same olllce from this fund that was, ever returned to do his part by contributing the most offlii', orer Collin' Grocery, ting has been rushed, iu some cuuu ew tatlrta silk sinrt waists are l.iii-otiupicd by Ilr. W. W. lIurRin. janiz-i- y to its owners' wijs paid to Gazuwny')t. uiittvtjloiia'OShiJit, ttiat7cau?iUe': iuiag- ties there was a lack of until the shown iu a variety ofSumm'u-coloriiigi- '. ot Savannah, Ga.j. .and Ne plosing days of the mouth. Iu western Some beautiful costumes shown by 'Oiiw-paiof, thifl determination on Vork. t Dr. Kentucky rniu has prevented prepara Lord & Taylor have collar and ctiflV ami General 11. 1. ISutier, of MahsnfthuV the &dtuf Mr.,Edisoh which 1 vish to tion of tho ground. Solid trains, finest la the South, Cincinnati to Per cent, of crops and revers of while pique with a wide bWiade clear is that SlIKo will do will set prloi to luue netts, were his counsel. Thoy-'-go- t Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and 1st: In western sec wale. The costumes are mostly of t N VJ Wet Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, back for him $J00,000 for cptton'taEbn his ow n expense Utid ' because Si tion 48, central 53,uud southeastern U5. foulard, nun's veiling and crepe do connecting lines. Throuch connections to Tampa, will beat the Hotel Zlinmer. Klchmond, Ky., on ; pwiOKmiz Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service iu the manner ( have described. Geil' his love.for the' ilag-lhas "nothing Grasshoppers nnd cut worms have Chine. Another form of decoration 3 WEDNESDAY, JDNG 14, 1899, eral'lluiler said to me when that case la eeu. ioitner win tie put in anv sort Is right at hand so is the to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and played havoc with early set. tobacco in consists of fine cord lacing (silk) over r nrninjr every necond Wednesday o. each of agency. His otforts will be directed a number of Low rate round' trip tickets. San Indications contrasting color. tuunties. tii'inth Reference every physician of Rich entirely-- ' to making a gre.at exhibit of TI;c Train Service is per- - 2 teoio-imond, Ky. -: point'to an average acreage in the prin Mohair glace in soft gray andtbcige American genius, solply. because, he is cipal tobacco growini: districts. Uct in detail. Fast sched- - fa tints is thickly bestrewn with white auwVmeric;iu.atnlJic..realizes that. his ules, 14 hours to Jackson-- 1 satin dots about the size of an ordinary PASTUES AND MEADOWS. HAVANA I 4 land ii the greatest on eiifth. This ex VI. 1C, 54 liuuio j( ; Pastures are unusually luxuriant, spangle. hibit will Cost Mr. Edisqn al great iloal mm Cinci: nati to 1 Some very graceful little Summer i iavana. of mouev. but ho will not stint thhifS. especially iu the central district.whcro capes tno short siiouiiier resemble ;W.C Rint'RSSK otid Americans who visit tlmjParisJJx- - tho condition compared with average pelerines and collarettes worn during r3.-,.l j G. '..!.. U years is 10,'J. Clover meadows promise positionrwill bo aweilljytli6 tshort line to Vf.-:InnlLP 4 recent winter. fine yield of excellen quality but the 1 Are your nerves weak? am.iorigttali tpresjsjnby. lijui There Is a lovely new textllo cailed K timothy meadows are overrun with Can't you sleep well? Pain -coating popeliue, which is a mixture In your back? Lack energy? "wliito blossom." SDigestion I am not alloii'e; ioVs8y"ul yet Tho wool clip is estimated at 91 per of silk and wool. Evelyn Cable. Appetite poor? bad? .Boils or pimples? wnai ine greatest leatures ioi Best Lino to cent, of tlie clip of 18118. Tho price for These are sure signs of The best club any young man can son exhibit will he,' but iu lime the 'clear, unwashed" wool poisoning. , avuiages ARKANSAS, TEXAS, gro .duo notice of which is a drop of lc from prices20c, join is the ' happy home club." reat Tuveutor wilf From whar poisons? of found in a first-clas- s Hardware Store, such MEXICO From poisons that are alwhat lie intends to. do.' Souter of his last year. n ff V K "N J5 ways found in constipated, as Collars, Haines, Traces, Backhands, etc., fjhtus. will bo kept becrtst and will be in AND CALIFORNIA. bowels. KKU1T. Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. the nature of a surprise. Indeed, Pullman TourUt RWnlin Car leaves Louis- if the contents of the Mil every Thursday night and runs throuch There has been a decided decline in am warrauted in raying pia( lliey will bowels are not removed from i" nan rraucMoo. Doay cacn aay, as nature, Avlc rour ticket arent tor tiartlculara or write surprise not only to Eu- - fruit prorpects during May. Apples these poisonous t"lt II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent," havo fallen oil' until the condition coin ropeaus but by Americans as well." j Mi?. W11. Buciclky, our experienced tin- umisviiie, Ky. substances are sure to be pared with average years is but (i7 Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to .al- ahsnrhed into the blood. ner, is constantly m demand for guttering, rgrT-juempms ana new Orleans. -- AVorking Jvight And Day , whereas it was 01 on May 1st. Pears BJ ilnir ctffrlnr nft ,,i,c Catarrh tf the bomls, te- We have just received a number of Refritf- A. II. HANSON, WM. A. KELLOND, rooiing ;iuu repairing. eauw it ii most frevatent in Tiie busiest and mightiest little thing' have declined from (i'.l to 47, and jjrapes K . Chicago. P. A. O. P. erators, ice Uoxes, waier coolers, wane u Vitirrr"7 th' rummer vionlhl. it called We will uot be Hint every was made is Dr. King's jN'uw from 81 to 07. Lucas Mooitis. summer cutarrh. l ners is a common sense Undersold Commissioner Agriculture. Life Pills.- Every-.pil- l is a sugar-coatecure. Itsti rprlses many that ant Ohio Railway. globulo of health, that changes weakbowel trouble is catar THE DANGER CF TRUSTS. ness into strength", Hstles3UesS into cn- rhal. Dr. riartmnn'a Time ot Trains at Winchester, Ky. into mental nower. books make this plain rirv. hrain-fa- -' Write to the They're wonderful in .bunding up the In. a speech at the New York Demo WEST BOUND. All kinds of Fish-in- p; health. Only 2.jc per . bux. Sold, by cratic Club banquet, Judge Van Wyck Medicine Co., Columlms, O., for them. Sit. Sterling and Lexington Accom ... 6 55 am 7 30 am and how Kaslern Kxpres for Louisville Perry & Tliomas. 3. set forth tho danger of trusts in the fol They tell all about catarrh 3 00 pm Tackle; Iltoks to and Lexington Accom.. cures It wherever located. 4 60 pin New York Limited K. F. V lowing, vigorous language: "I hadchronlcdlarrhoea catch thinj? VALUE OF OLD COINS "If the process of consolidating un for fifteen years," writes EAST BOUND. 9 IS am "Xington and Morehcail Accora from a Sun Perch to der the control of a binulo individual. Mr. T. E. Miller, Grand 11 58 am Nvw Vork Liimtrd K. F. V. "Tho" cttppcr 'cent aro into. flowing natural, or aruuciai. ot tno varions Prairie, Tex. " I tried 6 30 pra xin,rton and Mt. Sterling Accom a Channel Mud Cat. 9 23 pm Washington Express hairS2 SO; reverse,' wreath aiGO.lIbor-- r branches of tho business of a kindred many medicinesAf and if1 !,. ,lnnlU , M,U. lnuf Did we eveitsay iiny-thin- g Ac commodatinn trains run dally except Siin-djtypaT?lT J795, Uilerty cap; Unci;, 40 nature continues as of late, it will be UWW.V.O.U was recomcither trains run daily. to you about Through sleeping and dining car service to coniBniiO, Inlet baud $5; 1S04. fillet out a short time when 50U ot 000 cor mended, and it relieved li' York. bantl,"S2Stf:'l!lS0'j1 Birhau Laml 40 colits. porate, entities will control the entire and cured lac at once." the information, ratus orMlccpcrreservatlons They daily insure an easy all on or write K. UOOD. Agent L.&N.By. The,llj'inV&lo'inck!e lSSOIs manufacturing and mechanical iiidu. Mr. John Ilartlnrr. 633 Klchmond, Ky. and natural movement, of. Main St., Cincinnati, O., valued 'at $1.50. The valuable dimes' tries' of this country, iu a number or OEOKOE W. BARNEY, the bowels. rmm. D. . A. O. & O. By., Lexington, Ky. writes: " My ' wife and are those of 1897, fillet hand $1.25, 1798, tnauy times fower than tho-- e eugagod You will find that the use of a 7z myself toolc your Pefillet. iand"; reverse, large eagle $1. m similar nusuicss ou their ownac S5zMC na tor chronic diar lZTjrri THE BEST OF THEM ALL If I Those of 1800 to 1S0S are also rare, and count when this country had a poptila rhoea and it cured us. sS2PILJLD:Bfi.l doctor or mcdlcino ahoitt as valuable. .That of 1801 sells tion of about throe and a half millions we tried before helped for 2.50. Ihu, halt dimo of 1802 is and was strangling against the mother us." ' UI I'll quoted at 525. Thpse ot 1791. 1790,1790, country for political, commercial and Mr.Edwurd Wormack. lhj3 and 18051 are Valued at about $1 business independence. Such a con Ledbotter, Tex., writes: 8 nONTHLYJVWAZlNE will hasten Well, avo will see with the pills later. Call and see us. apiece. The small silver three-cerecovery. It cleanses the for bowel dition might well suggest some sense " IrniiMps ! unpnualled all Impurities and blood from pieces of 1803 to 1873 arc valued at of aTarni to tho thoughtful patriot when my ex- - (i i ma is a great tonic to the nerves. ContAlas a num. bot1 In crory Useful A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL about 25 cents each except that of it ig considered that sulwtanliallv'79 bv.anvthinsr I In , owe rav W.uf norience. I"r,tu nddlllo ion hi( qimntlly of WrMm ihm 1814. which is quoted at 50 cents. The 000,000 ol people will be excluded from life to tiiid vulermlalnt: reading matter. and Oor MMIeal 1 rartmont has cmo EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. of the mot eminent physicians In Xo rontlnunt mtnrlr. trhlrh nm mo valuable silver halt dollars are those participating upon their own account shall always recomTelt tliodortor the Unlfeil State. suttetlag. von ohjectionpltle to tiiuf to those sufferjott.linw you aro of 1791, Hawing hhir, $2.50 : 1790 and in ttiese urancnes oi ltmustry and are mend it Vlll receive the het medlealadvlco ing as 3 was." It fhoaltl be In every household. Sub-CLUtS WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. wltidut cut. Artcress, AYEIt . 1797. fillet' band, $35;' 1838,' with "O' converted into a mass of employes will esrlptlnu, s3.oo por yr.ar. M IN STnKKT, KlCIlMtiNll, Kv. DU.J, ri. Mr. Johu Edgarton. 1020 Third Ave., by MaiL, TS Cents; Bottles, 60 Cents. Agenu ivnnteil In every town, to whom Lowell, ilua. under bustand above date." $25, and out the inspiring hope ot battering Altoona, Va., says: 'I suffered from Ine most liberal Inducements will be offered. -F. HUJa, 1 311 MrthlUIaStNe!, ST. LOUIS, U9 MRS JS5.J, without ri8 rjirrotuiditig easle, their condition btv mental and physical dysentery for three years. J took IV 1, 8. WimcOTT COJCPANY, . i. pet-Itwo-wee- VAl w 7? a . SEND US ONE DOLLAR mrw 1999 patUra look STOVE, L aVJkumiUO I h tab Baking mfMA Powder mm sf mi j IrelySt f t p KlvCU.OlIi ItltL All WOOD l.. subjett to e Jim. nation. fl j" ! Issm II II tho-".Ci1- If be-- d hlckfl-plate- ; H K 250,000 g 0 mnn-lio- - Matting Nj-- "I-kno- TUKAT-.MUN- T 10-2- 7. 1 Michi-gaii.repor- ts -l run-dow- 8 -- cou-ditio- n, tc dou't-are-whethe- ll.Ir.Kw Gta Y ii y. the-.larg- iwii l New Window Shades, IF G I u Sec-oi"- i i Therefore you should get our jirices on flattings, Carpets, vgi before go Furniture, elsewhere. fc S, NEVILLE WIOBERLEY, lgjl 'fi-j- 1 mw r - h hu-'htu- . La E - rcllsble.-XilU- AN 12-- 1 p. - s Stuket, silk-and-lis- lo - Louis Ii Landman tjo-ii- PLOWS Mil i y. imV- D DHL! pa Does voup mm Vty '. Vulcan Chilled Plow, ' - New Orleans And Bell CenterCut "Disc Harrows. p m pi m iiie-JtAl- fj Ntne beu-genuiu- e MR w lki Mi H Mil CATARRH hi kiiih d, Pe-ru-- Taylor Bros. Mon-lwar- t Pe-ru-- every v. .., W lh fil Pe-ru-- A BOON TO MANKIND! D" TABLER'S BUCKEY ILIPPINCOm te 8arsapariM Diur. Ager's lavies Zh h a P1LE . nt Pe-ru-- yu a, i. b. sur cum - 111 1 Hi zrJ TtM, rHers, afc sii1 Npric aitertness. IN For sak by.PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. .1- - im.un lit The Richmond Climax. "Woman's Work, 5' j t Proprietors tad MnST' Associate Editor. Editors, C. WOODS, a ( WEDNESDAY, JUNE ruuLisur.D KVCKV 14, -- lfUi. STATE TO BE HELD . is Never Done, ft T Jasper 11, Joe Chonault 7. Elliott Smith won tbe 23 clasii with 17, R. E Turley second with 14. James w. Mtnui uroKe iz oi nis vkdnkuiai by The 'Climax Printing PRICK PKIt YTfiAlt, Go. IN The censfani care causes sleeplessness, toss of appttiie, extreme nervousness, ard that tired feeling. Bub a. 'wonderful change comes ivhen Hood"s SarsaparSta. is taken. It gives pure, rich blood, good appetite, steady nerves. $1.50. Richmond, RACES EVERY Kentucky, DAY ON FAIR June 1920, '99. GROUND TRACK. Farm and Stock Items. DEMOCRATIC TICK T" FOR KAILKOAl) IXIMJHSMONWI, 3d. dist. COL A- - W. HAMILTON. STEKMNCi. ADMISSION CHILDREN The rood sense ol Madison county's Democracy will spare her candidato for Auditor the trouble that has befallen several other candidates for positions on the State ticket, by taKing no sides in any other contest until the nominees are named at Louisville. Counties that do otherwise start their own candidates in the race for the nomination handi capped rij-h- t from the start. It is political suicide right at the outset. We are proud to know that the Democracy or this county, standing true to the Lest interests of John B. l.'henaulti has not and will not er.tanglo his feet with other races and candidates, resting con htm run his race on his own tent to splendid merits, untrainmeled by complications that have doomed aspirants in othercounties to certain defeat. We meet in Convention here on Let us make such an exhibi tion of harmonious and enthusiastic support of our candidate for Auditor as shall be the admiration of all. Come in on Saturday, and ioin in the grand boom that shall start Clienpulton his journey to the Auditor's otiice. Snt-urda- v. TO ALL, 25 Cents. UNDER 12, 15 CENTS. a car load of hogs to be dolivered July 1st, Bales & Wagers bought of Collins Coy OF MT. at S3 05. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR. We are airthorirol to announce JOHN B. CHENAULT, of lladlson county, a candidate for the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. Ton nnrRKSEXTATivB. We are autlioriied to announce 51. H.WILLIAMS a candidate forthe Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authoring to annomce W. W. COM RS a candidate to succeed himself intbe next general assembly of the State of Kentuckysubject to tho will of the Democratic MARRIED- Miss Zerelda Hugueley and Mr. David McCord were married on Wednesday at noon, at the s, residence of the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cobl), near ned House. Tro ceremony was performed by Rev. T. Q. Martin, of Winchester. The attendants were: Mr. Karris Mc Cord and MissMtina Hugueley, and Mr. W. B. Folatid and Miss JJethenia McCord. Tho houso was decorated for tbe occasion, and many relatives and friends were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. McCord left on tho afternoon train for an extended bridal tour. The bride is a daughter of the late Jacob Hugueley and niece of Hon. J. Tevis Cobb, County Attorney. The groom's father is one of the best known of Madison's citizens Mr. II. P. McCord, a leading fanner. With the bright vista stretching out before them this young couple seem destined to a hfo of rare happiness. May their fondest hopes be realized. McCoiiD grand-parent- Hugi'klev. party. FOR COUXTT CLERK . We are authoriied to announce A. KWA-NAUG- H DOTY for Count Clerk, sucject to the aetion of the Democratic Patty. We are autlioriied to announce C. M. ItAY-11UR- N a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorlted to announce D R. TEV1S a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB SHERIFF. Tfe are authorised to announce JOHN F. WAGBltS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic We are authorised to announce JOHN W. DALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for Sheriff, subject to tho action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce MARTIN of Madison GBNTRY a candidate for Sh-ri- ff county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. party. parly. PERSONAL BIRTHS. POR ASSESSOR. We are authoriied to announce JOE OLDHAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo- Miss Carolyn Reitl, of Mt. Sterling, Kennedy, nee Miss Daiy Cook, on cratic party . girl. Thursday last, an eleven-poun- d We are authorized to announce JAS. R. is visiting Mrs. 11. M. Chenault. To the pupular daddy, beautiful mother 11AKKU a candidate for Assessor of Madison Prof. Bice Miller, of Elizabethtown, and pretty babe tho Climax extends con county subject to the action of the Democratic party. is Here looking Happy and health. gratulations. Miss Sadie Baugbman is vinting Democratic Committee Meeting. ner sister, Mrs. J. u. .teeny, Jr., ol MoMuiikay. On Monday, to the wife Hon. W. S. Bronstou, of Lexington, of Avery McMurray.'nee Miss Cora was here this week. Willis, at Jvirksviiie, twins, Joe ami Dr. L. H. Landman will be at the Pattie. Zimtiior Hotel on Wednesday, 14. Kennedy. To the wife of J. Sam. Paris. DEATHS Miss Elizabeth Holt, of Frankfort, of Miss Mary Tribble last week. iUiss Conway, ol Winchester, was the guest iagt week of'Miig Josephine tscuiuidt: Dr. Johnson, of Gilwon Station, Va., Is the guest of J)rs. II. II. and Moss Gibson. :!. to nomiimh! a Democratic candidate Among the commencement visitors to lie voted for as Representative for is Madison county in tno next uenorai u. Mr. John X. Turner, Cuinpbellsvilio, v., y. Assembly of Kentucky. The basis of representation in each Col. John Craig, of Danville, visited votint! precinct shall beonedeleuate for Mrs. M. M. Miller and Mrs C. C. Smith each fifty votes cast in the respective this week. precincts for the Democratic electorial Mr. K. H. McCreary, ticket for President in ISSHJand one vote tended the burial of his of Chicago, at aunt, Mrs. T. C votes or for each fraction of twenty-fiv- e Brwiibtou. mora cast at said election. The members of Madison county Miss Stella Thompson, of Mt. Sterl Democratic commit tecs residmfr in each ing, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Neale votiim precinct shall enll the precinct Bennett. convention to ordrr and (preside while Fry and Mrs. J. of tiie convention is in Mission and certity Knoxville, E. thu guests daughter,and of Mr. is tho result to the county convention to .Mrs. E. C. Wines. 1)h held on the 3rd of .Inly. All known Democrats and others Mr. John V. Ballard, of Whites Stawho supported tiie Democratic electo- tion, is attending U. S. Court at Frank in 1S00, and fort, as a iuryniaii. ral ticket for those who nfedire thenifolves to sup Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Harris left on port tiie noniineesof the county Demo Thursday through the West cratic convention, Minn te eniuieu io to be gone for a trip twenty days. participate in the precinct conventions. Miss Mattie Baker, of Columbia. Kv. J. 15. ClIRNAUl.T.Cirm. William Jett, Sec. is visiting the family of Dr. M. Dunn during Commencement. COMMITTEE MEETING. DEMOCRATIC Miss Talitha Briuker, daughter of Mrs. Lizzie Chenault Briuker, of Den Pursuant to the order of tho Demo ver, is visiting relative here. cratic Stalo Executive Committee for a Itevs. Cummins, of Henderson, and Stato Convention to bo held ill tho city Beiinie, of Covington, are the guests ol of Louisvill", Ky., on Wednesday, .Mr. mid .Mrs. waller Uennett. .Imi. i 21. 1H!). for the purpose of nomi Mrs. Nannie Porter, of Lexington, is nating Democratic candidates for State the guest ot tier daughters, Mrs. Win to be voted for on November 7, officers Mrs. T. 6. llngaii. 18!K, 1 hereby request that a lliai-- con- Shearer and of tiie Democrats of Madison vention Mises Mamie Campbell and Lee countv be lifld fu the court) liouc in Prat her are visiting Mrs. Johnnie Wil. o'clock, p. ui., soi, at Wagervillc, Estill county. Iticlituoud. Kv.. at June 17. 180!. to appoint delegates to A. It. Burnam, Jr., has passed his represent Madison county at tho State examinations at West Point, rriends Convention. The basis of representation to the here will be pleased to hear of this. State Convention shall ue one cioiegate Miss Birdie Zaring attended the. clos votes and fraction constst-i- ing exercises ol her alma inater, iienu for each one hundred or more votes cast tuunt College, Harrodsburg, last week, oi for the head of the Democratic olectoral Mrs. Lackey, ticket at the presidential election in rolaiiye Delaney Capertun of Lancaster, of Col. and Mrs. M. 1XIWS. All known Democrats and others M. .Miller, was the latter s guest on who supported the W. J. Bryan elec- Sunday. toral ticket and those who pledge Mrs. veneble, of Harrison county, themselves to support tho nominees of is the guest of hereon, Mr. J. G. Ven- shall bo entitled- to ablo, a prominent graduate of C. U. said convention participate in tbe convention. tins year, Jxo H. ClIESACLT, Dr. Crigler, wife and two daughters, Committee ol Chairman Democratic Mlst-eKaio and Uessie ol bnvbrook. 111 Madison County. are visiting, Capu P. B. Ballard's family on jniru street. Miss Jennie Ford left Sunday for lilKin, Clark county, where she will CiFi-Brower&Coivisit her eister,3Irs. Roger Quisenber- - At a meet inn of tlio Domocratic com mittee of aiadiMjn county new nt tno .nrt house in ItUlunontl, Ky., on Monday, May 1st. 1SWI, it was ordered that a innss convention ho held in each voting precinct in Madison county on aturdav. July 1st 1801), at ' o'clock p. in. to select deletes to a county Democratic convention to be held at tho Court House in Uichmond, Ky., July was the guest 1'ie-ide- ut Avers. On Wednesday, June 7, at his home at College Hill, Dr Jeremian Ayets passed away, aged seventy-fou- r years. Dr. Ayers came from Ureal Britain to America in the lilies and settled in this county, identifying him self with its best interests. His dentil removes a prominent and influential factor in the developmentof the College lull country. A wife and nine children survive him. Bronsto.n Mrs. Mattio M. Bronston, wife of Col. Thos. C. Bronston. died Friday last, after several years of failing health. Funeral services were con ducted at the house bv llev. J. K. Smith, followed by burial in the Richmond cemetery. Deceased was about 00 years of age. and was the onlv daughter of Dr. E. It. and Mrs. Salvina Ueiiuett McCreary. She was also the Jas. B. McCreary, sister of who is now tbe sole survivor of that well known family. He was devoted to his sister, never failing to spend his Sundays with her, oxcept when in Congress or out of the city. They were the only children of their parents and were always fond of each other's society. Mrs. Bronston was a constant attendant upon church and a devoted Bible student and though never a member of any church, she confessed under Rev. Geo. O. Barnes. She was a lady of such gentle and refined nature, kindly disposition, modest and retiring, that she was beloved bv all. ex-Go- v. LOCAL. County Fox Hunting Club last week, near the mouth of Red lllver, the following o Ulcers were elected for tho ensuing year: Harvey Chenanlt, President; Younger Norris, Secretary; C. B. Combs, Treasurer. Charged With Seduction. At Elected. the annual outing of the Madison Officers n' James Young, of Red House, was arrested last week on a warrant sworn out by B F. Hudson, charging him with seducing his daughter, Co rely Hudson. The case was called for trial yesterday, before Judge Turpin. aud on account of absence of witnesses was put off until the 27th. Young was put under $500 bond, 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 sons to Schlegel's on Monday and the eight men were photographed in a group. They have assembled here 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, smoked or drank. It is also true that they are all good Baptists and bad Bepublicans. Arrested a Horse Thiel. i oison, u. U. So, came boy, of Bud Burcham, an down from Coviugten to attend com Jackson countv, was arrested last Wed- Lexington, - Ky. tneucoment. tie id" a' prosperous pliv- Lnesday at bis home by Deputy SheriHa sician now, while his brother, W. Iv., Prerrill and Richard Colyer, on a charge is reading law at cyutiminu. ot stealing a horse last court day from Misses Anne Bronaugh Engleman and Will Britton, colored. Burcham was .Annie Belle. Woods; of Staufordjjand brought before Judge Turpin Saturday Miss Evans Banks, of Danville, lire; the for trial but. waived examination, and guests of Mrs K E. Turin, atteulling was sent to jail tinder 500 bond to cue commencement icteruses at J. u. await the action of the grand jury. Child Falls Into a Well. Prof. C A. Leonard, of Cvntuiann, came over to bear the Baccalaureate A remarkable rescue from drowning sermon. He was once principal of the occurred hero Inst Saturday week when C U. Preparatory una a better oue Jeautiottu, the daughter never presided over young men any of Captain John II. l'ates, Conductor on where. the R. N. I. & B. R. R., fell into a cisDr. Carlos A. Fish, of tli new M"edi tern at her home on Broadway. There cal Department of Kentucky Univer was one chance in a thousand that the ' sity, Louisville, is at home at Paint infant Would live a'te,r striking the We Em on Lick, for the summer. He took two water, and this chance the little one years course in one and will have two seized -- by clinging to the cistern chain until Captain Pates, who head the noise, Hammocks from - 75c to $5.00 more before receiving his M. D. ran to bis .child's assistance. is in Jackson, Mrs. Lawn Settees, - $2.25 to $5.00 nessee, C. W. Cobb will spend a Ten Mr. Wagers Complimented where she Lawn Chairs, - - $1.00 to $6.00 of the summer. Mrs. Cobb is portion a most Superintendent of Schools Wagers - S2. 00 to $4.50 excellent lady personally, besides pos Water Coolers., has received from State SuperintendRefrigerator, - $(i.00to$15.00 sessing accomplishments ina art and ent Davidson this letter.: stenography. She deserves vacation "We beg to acknowledge receipt of lee Cream Freezers, $1 to $3.75 and wo trust she will enjoy it. your census report whpse footings we Foldhipr Camp Stools, Dlcksou has returned rind correct nnd which fs otherwiso in Mrs E. M. 60c to $1.50 home from a visit to relatives in IUch- - good form. Thanking you for the evimond Mr. Walter Kenuey and dent care with which it has been made Folding1 Camp Tables, bride have arrived home from a wed' up, I am, $1.00 to $2.50 ding trip to Louisville and Chicago. "Verv truTV, Folding Cots, - $1.00 to $3.50 They have taken board at Mrs Hart's, "W. J. Davidson." on Duncan avenue. Pans JNews. Prandennial Club Election. A crowd of young people composed of the following spent Sunday at Mal- Tbe Prandennial Club held its last lory: Misses is ettie 'lodd.JNancy Hull, meeting with Hon. Sain E. Scott, on Belle Harris, Mona Prather, Messrs. Friday evening The otlicers elected Henry Hen Suggests all such articles; Jay Lackev, Arthur Keid, Charley crowd for next year are President, Hon. James and the Pkices suggest dren chaperoned by Todd.andThe John B McCieary, Secretary, Mr. C. E. was Mr. Mrs. Woods. President Paiton and Secrethateveiyone can afford Kymel. tary Chandler retire with tbe gratitude them. Mr. James Worlds, of Hamilton, Mo.. and exalted respect of their colleagues. who was a resident ot Madison until a The club is limited to eighteen memvisit. Mr. FIX UP your Lawns and few venrs aero, is here onaacomfortable bers, its character is eimilar to that of the Century Club, and its Worlds has accumulated suppers are not tbe least interesting Porches, with Settees, fortune in tbe west since he left Ken Chairs and Hammocks. tucky, and has many friends here who feature. will be much elated to learn of his The Handsomest Man. success. YOUR KITCHEN and Din Lieutenant Carlo B. Brittain was Miss Olive Fatit, of Flemingsburg, tho ing Room with Water wan voted n niemium lor being t he hand' voted the handsomest gentleman atmawere two Boniest young' lady at the Maysvillo Ladies Fair. The judges and Cooler, youug ladv, their deStreet Fair. Miss Faut has frequently trons and aunanimous. The Lieutenant-waloo Cream Freezer. visited Mrs Jlarrv U. Hanger in Kicu cision was beguiled Into the ringby Col. Dave motlil. The latter with her children E. Woods Martin when at SattltoSto blue string onMr. C. astonished tied the When .on your annual camp- has Joined Mr. Hanger summer. officer. the Mane, Michigan, for tho ing trip take along" a Immediately the band broke into "Rag To Mrs. George ladies clapped their Folding Chair, Table due the credit for Corzellus is largely Time" nnd tbeLieutenant gracefully of tho hands. The Cot. and grand bouquet given at the Hotel Glyn- - dolled bis can and the pleasant episode lon iMoiiday nmht bv tiie 'ihetn isu closod witb the presentation" of ?5 by Ensilon Fraternity. It was tho inon tiie Secretary, Miss Minva Park Phelps. gorgeoiiKatTair of recent years, and Mrs. Lieutenant Itrittaiit has just returned Contends skill, taste, nuu Kindly as from Annapolis with his wife nee Miss sistance made possible the. glory Mamie Baldwin, and their babe, preachieved by tho voung men who gave paratory to making a thre-year- a cruise. It. It may be of additional interest to say thnt Lieutenant Brittain was on board Considering the dullness of tbe ool Admiral Watson's llagslup, theNcwark, market, all kinds; sorts, fc'ctcs and during the great naval battle at bnnti-nnmain and broadway, He is in times of pence nu breeds pf breeding sheep uro hfu In Ky. price and in brWc lu tho Kavnl Academy, wbore My tU to distinction: ii4 tibeep Bre'ir. Ur. T. li. JN - J. W. and L. A. Ballard shipped a car load of hogs Thursday, bought of James Bennett, at f3.40. Knlps and Wafers shinned a car load Manchester Terrorized. of bogs Thursday hougiit at 53.42. The climax of the Baker-IIownr- d Jake Shearer, of Bed Houso, sold to feud was reached Thursday when Tom Baker, tho leader of his faction, was J. S Collins 20 heifers, July delivery, shot dead in front of the court house at 4.15. just after the court had granted a James McKinney bought of E. M. change ot venue. Although tne non- - Huguely 20 heifer at $3.75: 29 from John combatant citizens of Manchester are Hamnton at S3.G0: 40 from Tom Oldham terrorized and Stato troops are on at $3 CO, and a bunch from Hade Tur guard with gathugs and bayonets to pin nt 3.50. prevent further trouble, it is pre J. W. and L. A. Ballard bought SO dicted thnt the backbone of the Baker steers from Mat Gibson nt4.10, nnd 11 faction was bioken when tboir leader heifers from John D. Harris nt 4 cents. was slain. Billy Dunbar sold to Owens, of Clark county, 30 heifers at $3.75. Mrs. Joe Willis' Sure Vine Bug Remedy. Here is a sure remedy for the various Big Times Here Next Week. insects that troubles squash, melon, cucumber aud other cucurbitaceous The eyes of tbe State are upon Riclt, vines: In one quart of water dissolve mond, at loastjhoseof the Bicyclo con a half tensDoonmi ot saltpeter, and tingent. The Louisville Tjmes says: with this liquid sprinkle through a fine meet ol tno The rose the atlectcd vines everv evening. Divisionannual W. will be hold .entucKv nt Rich L A. If any bugs appear early next morning mond, June 19 and 20. For twelve years apply again. As tiie plants get stronger past these meets have been events the strencth of tho liquid can be in looked forward to with much pleasure creased. Do not apply during the heat by all the wheelman in the State. The of the tlav. It any 'lines are upon Richmond Club promises royal entervines when the material is applied they tainment to all who attend the meet immediately uron. die nnd turn biacK this year. good-size- d party will prob This remedy never fails. It's black ably tour A through trom Louisville, death to every "vine bug." leaving here Saturday morning and reaching Richmond Sunday night. Tho Returns After a Year's" Absence. be through Frankfort and Dr. G. Goldstein, the optic specialist, route will Tho roads should be In Lexington. of Louisville. Jvv., writes us he will good condition at that time." arrive in Richmond on Monday, June President Streug nnd Secretary Hnr-ri- s 19, and will have rooms at Hotel Glyn- and their committees ar doing don. and will remain a few days, and everything possible" to work up interisprermred to furnish anything yon est in the big meeting, nnd we earnest may w ish in' eye glasses. He corrects ly hope our citizens, and particularly imperfect sight and treats the eye our merchants, will encourage the scientifically- - His success nt tins place gentlemen who have the matter in has caused his return here, owing to bring 300 men to our city urgent requests of those who he bene- hand It willand thnt means something for two days, fitted in the past and- now have friends to them. they wish benefit In light mannor. If you have anything wrong with your Married at Fair Grounds. eyes, do not fail to see him when in the at time mentioned, as he can The marriago advertised to occur nt the Ladies Fair on Saturday, camo off help you. See ad elsowhere. on scheduled time, but with greater Bryan will Come. eclat than expected. At 11:30 the ring Hon. James B. McCrearv, Hon. W entrance was thrown open and the prO' B. Smith and George Willgmg, tho cession began, led by Rev. Dr. Young, committee appointed by the Madison of tbe Methodist Church, and Miss County Bimetallic League to invite Maria Smith. The maids of honor Hon. William Jennings Rryan to come were Mrs. C. I) Chenault, President of to Richmond, Kentucky, next Octo the Fair, and Mesdaines Jake Shearer, ber and address tho people, performed Al Williams and Sanford Oldham that duty at the late meeting of the The ushers were Messrs. CD. Chenault, Ohio Valley Bimetallic League in Lou Jake Shearer, Al Williams and Sanford isvillo whore Col. Dryan was present Oldham. Jiext came the hnndsomo couple, Mr. Eugene Kimball and Miss and made a speech. The committee reported with much Lucretia Ann Eads, attired in the wed pleasure that Col. Bryan accepted the diug trarinents provided by the Asso invitation and said he would be glad ciation. Arriving nt the center of the to speak in Richmond on a day m ring Rev. Young, in n voice that could be heard from Big Hill to Foxtown, but October to be hereafter fixed. with due solemnity, performed the A Boon To Busy Men. marriage rites, the band struck up an The Climax earnestly asks every bus appropriate ate, the couple wheeled iness man m town to consider seriously about and he procession wended its tiie duty he owes himself to develop way to the dining room. Mr. and Mrs and preserve his physical powers, to Kimball are a very handsome couple. which end Prof. C. Rucker Adams, of and their performance was appuuded Illinois, son of Rev. P. F. Adams, of by live hundred delighted spectators. this county, has consented to given C. U. Commencement. dozen lessons in a new scientific system of physical training which requires no The first apparatus, and is especially adapted to ment of Central Cniversitycommence began on business and office men. It is a sure Sunday with the isaccaiaureate sermon cure for stomach disorders, indigestion, by Rev. Thos. Cummins, of Henderdyspepsia, etc. son, former pastor of the First Pres Prof. Adams will call and explain byterian church, this city. It was 55 his system, which wo heartily endorse minutes long, but was a powerful disand will adopt course, a finished production, and more than pleased the warmest frinds of tiie Charged With Selling Whisky beloved preacher, Sheriff Colyer and P. B. Broaddus At night Rev. Mr. Rennie, of Covingarrested and loueed in iail Monday af ton, delivered a masterly discourse be ternoon, Ben Allen, at Clay's Ferry, fore tho 1. M. C. A. It was never excharged with the illegal snlo of whisky. celled by any previous sermon before Allen, it is claimed, has a boat on the voung men's association river at the above place in which he the Prep, exercises occupied Mondny Tho bar room and defied moruimr. The highest average medal lias an any one to make an attempt to arrest was won by W. 0. Moberley, 6f this him. The two officers had Allen cov county, with six or more close seconds. ered with their revolvers before he In tho speaker! contest seven boys knew of their approach, nnd seeing his tried for the medal, but Mr. Edwin condition the prisoner remarked, "that Stockton was the victor. beats h . Allen lading to give a Class Day exercises. In the bond of S000 was sent to iail to await the mostevening interesting of all, occurred his trial, which is setfortoAlay. Ho has Mr. Crooke. Orator, quite equaled any been in the whisky business for years, previous orator of such an occasion. and is said to lo a bad character. His anecch was in all particulas superb, The Historian, Mr. Scott, was defec Diploma Granted After Twenty Years Judge tive in one great essential he read too Just twenty years ago J. C. Chenault should have been grant low. The Prophet. Mr. lsedinger, was ed a diploma by Central University as "out of sight," placing a mark for Bachelor of Law. The failure to issue future Prophets to aim at. tho diploma occurred in this wise: Mr. Harry Logan, Giftorian, was ex Major C. F. Burnam, during the schol cellent and kept the crowd in n roar. asUc year, 1879, was made assistant oc The Secretary of the Treasury to Mr. Bris- - curred Law School Commencement Gor yesterday before noon. J. tow. Hon. C. J. Bronston was elected don Paxton, Valedictorian, Johu H. Commonwealth Attorney, and in the Chandler. Orator, and Hon. Ed. Mc following year Trof. Wm. Chenault was Derinott, of Louisville, spoakerof the called to the law school nt Louisville, occasion, filled an admirable program, and the school closed. This is the first Last evening tho Junior Oratorical time any diplomas in law have been Medal was contested for. To day the Central University since 1878. exercises close with the award of meduiven bv Judge Chenault received his diploma als, degrees, etc. yesterday with ten other graduates in the law department. Popular Couple To Marry. quarto-centennito-d- birds, Waller Chenault 11, T. T. Covington 0. In tho 21 class Harvey Unenauit broKe 18, Letcher 16, S. E. Booker 15 Dr. Hohson broke 18 oi JU birds ana Biggerstafl 9. As levis. ttobson and II UliBnaiiu had tied with 18 each, in the shoot-of- l Chenault won 1st money with 28 nut of a total of 31 birds. Dr. Hnbson 2nd, with 20 of 29, D R. Tevis 3rd, 22 out of 31.. Elliott Smith broke 27 of S5 snd pot 4tb money.R. W. Miller 5th money. with 23 of 30. T. J. smith got tun money, breaking 18 of 30. There was a special $5 prize for the best average male in the regular shoot, which Dr. Hobson won over li. unenauit dv a small fraction. On the'second day only 11 entered and lGJjirds wsb the limit, C. D. Chenault. J W. Smith, Elliott Smith, D. R. Tevis and Dr. Hobson tied with 9 birds each, Hobson shooting at 10, Tevis and J?Smith at 18, J. W. amith 14 and v. DAChenault 15. In tho final Ur. Hob- eoirbroko his 5, J. W Smith 4 of 8,nd tevis 3 of 8, Riving them the prize In tbe order named. Dr. Hobson s record for both days was rather brilliant, breaking 40 of 44, "dusting" two of them. Dr. Goldstein Will be in Richmond, Sen ds y, Juno 19. CLOTHING - til l uRl - r Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Stivet, to J. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to show the wwest . and finest line of ti J ' mt V: S Furnishing Clothing, Hats t Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left we brought from our First Store that we will sell at your own price as long as they last. Our new goods are of the LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES. And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buj' 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 . It is my specialty to fit glasses in such a manner thnt they relieve the eyestrain perfectly: fitting tbe eve with spectacles that you can see with ease and comfort, thus preserving the eye. In examining the eyo only the and most improved methods and in struments are used . Physicians especinlly are invited to call and iuvesttgntn my methods of correcting errors of refraction. Man; cusses of headache, nnurnlgin, nervous ness, irritability, insomnia, 7ertigo nervous prostration and the seeming stupidly of children are often due to defective vision cnused by an abnor mal curvature of the cornea or crys talline lens or to an irregularity of the refracting media of the eye. and are relieved at once unon application of the proper glasses, jn tnety per cent, ol the people over 40 years of age need itUsoes, and JO per cent, of the 90 need them for distance. Glasses are not nlwavs given to im prove eyesight but to reiieYe undue strains; in short to assist nature. Thou sand of eves are ruined venrlr. Seven persons out of ten have neither eyes alike, and one out of 20. Astigmatism; hence the necessity of testing each eye separately, special attention is given to any inequality that may exist be tween the refrnction of the eve, Optical science has made rapid advances within the lasi few years, the correct adaption of spectacles has become a distanct profession. The optic ian who tnorougmy understands ins business realizes fully that in adjust ing glasses for his customers he is treating wth a most delicate and pre cious oigan, where the slightent error may result seriously, while if he does his work well, he not only gives com fort and ease to his patrons, but in many instances restores sight. Special care should be taken in ee lecting the first pair of spectacles, nor should it be attempted without the aid of responsible optician. It in moat importrut that the lenses should be ac curately centered and ol the best quali ty, and the frames so mnde that the wearer looks directly through the cen ter. Glasses nicely fitted to the face become nn ornament as well as ltet CUSTOM TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see us and save mone at The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond Main St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank, mmmmi may3-t5- Tie Mm k.n's tbree-year-o- ld M Hot Weather semi-monthl- y Refrigerator CiF.BfowerS.Co; Lexiuton, o. '- rpJy Miss Man' Pattie and Mr. William S, Saturday last the youngest son of Oldham will bo married on June 21, at Judge and Mrs. J. C. Chenault. got Farindnle, Ky., six miles from Frank seme unslaked lime in his eyes, and for fort. There will be no attendants and tv;o days he was unable to open his only the Immediate relatives of the eyes to the light. He was taken to Lex- contracting: parties The above announcement will bo a ington on Monday for treatment. All parents and friends will sympathise source of pleasant surprise to the large with Judge aud Mrs Chenault in this circle of friends of Miss Pattie aud Mr. trying ordeal, aud wish for a speedy Oldham. Tho formor reposes a little and safe restoration of t heir son's vision. nearer to the heartsof onr citizens than LaTuc John Cabell has returned, any other young lady in our midst, for his eyes being much relieved from their bho has from her infancy beou the pet iiiflaihation, and no permanent disubil of the community. True, she has won by her own otlorts tno high piaco sho ily is now feared. In conversation with a physician wo holds, but the kuowiedge ot her seen wero advised that lime and all other ritv in public esteem Ikib in no wise alkalies are easily counteracted by a spoiled her always lovely disposition. weak solution of apple vinegar and Slie 11U9 now. in tins supreme moment, water. Had Judge Chenault known tho perfect assurance that tbe blessings this at the time the trouble might have of all who know her are pOured 'out unon her head. been avoided. 6 f M r.Old ham scarcely less st rong words Another Notable Wedding. should be used. He Is a man in nil the It is not often our pleasure to an- word imnlies. Vigorous in mind and nounce the same week the marriage of body, upright in lifp, truo to his' con- two couples better known than Mr. Will virtions, faithful to his friends, Indus Juigford and Miss Anna Belle Harber, trlous, persevering, kind add to. these Mr. Will Oldham and Miss Mary features that are nothing less than Pattie. These young people will launch handsome, and you have the groom-to- their barks upon the sea of matrimony be. 11 e is one of our lending merchants. That the ceremony uniting this pop just one. week apart, Miss Harber bejust one week ular couple should be quiet and-pe- r coming a bride before Miss Pattie becomes Mrs. Old- formed ih Frankfort is asource of regret ham. Elsewhere is a notice of the to their iriends It is not so much their wish as it is imperative that the bride tetter's engagement. Of Mr. Langford .and brido It is a bo 6Dared the confusion and nervous peculiar pleasure to rpeak in high strain incident to a largo church wed praise. Tho bride is the youngest ding. Miss Pattie has just recovered daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Har- from a loner siege of grippe, and, ts ber. aud is everywhere known and be- above stated, is utterly unable to unloved for her beautiful christian chnrac-loran- d dergo the usual demands of an elaborlovely, sunny disposition, In ate wedding. The place of marriage is the old homo church work she has been an almost indispensible aid to her pastor, Rov. T. of Dr. C. D Pattie. the bride's father, S. Hubert, of the Methodist church where still reside two of his Bisters. Tho ceremony will bo performed by who will perform her wedding Rev. J. K. Smith, of this city. Mr. and M r. Langford first became known to Mrs. Oldham will be at home at Dr. us au accomplished correspondent, as a and Mrs. C. D. Pattie's after June 26, Democrat in whom there is no guile, in tbe meantime being the guestaof tbe and as a friend who never falters. groom's relatives near White Hall. Upon this union may God's blessings Fortune has smiled bonignantly upon him in that to large worldly possessions ever rest, is the prayer of countless is to be added a beautiful bride. With friends. an upright character nnd friends galore, Great Trap Shooting Exhibition. with wealth anil health, and a bonny bride, is not his cup of hnppiness brimtourna The two-day- s ming full? Mr. Langford is a member ment at the Indies Fair was jani-uof of the Board of Election Commissioners, fun, and the scores were far and away ford above any heretofore mado by the club. and was prominently mentioned For The first dnv's shoot was a l, Democratic Legislative honors. his party he has labored in and out of in which thirty gentlemen entered. season, and is able to defend her cause It was a 20 bird shoot, all over that and give cogent reasons for tho faith being handicaps. that is in him. The 28 class was won by McOlintock. The marriage tvili bo devoid of osten- with 12 hits, followod by Wagera )0. S. pres- H. Thorpe, 7, B. Zaring and Simmons tation, oulv near relatives being ent. This has not deterred their 5 each, J no. Thorpe 3. friends from showering nlany costly The 2b classn was won by Dave Tevw gifts upon them, and wishingtbem bon with 18 hits, R. W. Miller 17. T. J. voyage. Mr. and Mfs. Langford will Smith 0,MoherIey and Cohen 12 tour the south, via Louisville. Nash- Reed 11, Neale Bennett JO, ocb. Cftle ville. Chattanooga, Atlanta, and otlior Shearer 7. points, lettinilngiu tltiio lo wlUibsit.tlit! Thu 24 clam was won bv A. D. Milter tnarrlagti. of Miss J'atUe ud M,n Old to-da- y, cere-mone- y. de-vottrap-shootill free-for-al- May Deslroy His Eyesight tie that waa congenial. Yet she waa so kind, ho appreciative, so desparagiDg of self, tliaj we were never made to feel the pain ot inieriorty m ner presence. Her desire was to mace otuera comior- table and happy, thouith in so doing, alas, she oft must have cast her pearls before swine I God bless her memory ! The sweetest thought to one who was her ntmoger-Irien- d in hie is that to his arave he will carry a consciousness of hnvinir tried in his feeole way to under stand nnd appreciate the greatness and the goodness ot the gentle creature tnat is now nn more. Upon her sons this rati bereavement falls most heavily, leaving them with aching hearts over a void that can never be filled. Uod spared the deroted mother to see them entrenched high in necessity. of fmblic esteem, as men of character, to Fitting children with spectacles and of promise all due specialty. the sacrifices and devotion, the prayers Parents, do not neglect your child- - and precopts of their widowed mother. dren's eyes. To these sons this community's heartDifficult enses solicited. felt sympathy is extended, and the All questions in regard to the eves hope is earnestly Toiced that this sad cheefully answered. affliction may have a sanctifying influConsultation And Examination ence upon their lives, that when their time cornea to fold the drapery of their Fbee. Oflice hours from 10 a. urn. to 3 p. ni couches about them they may be conat Glyndon parlors, Richmond, Ky. fident of a full entrance into that home beyond the tars, there to rejoin their A Great Success Was Ihi Ladles' Fair. angel mother in a blissful eternity. C. E. W. It was a big undertaking for ladies to attack the problem of a fair after it bad or Ohio.City ofTolbdo, ) sa. State been for two years abandoned by men ( Lccas Couxtt. of long experience. But tbe Indies were undaunted and they persevered In is Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he the senior partner of the firm of F. J. a task tbat would have staggered tbe A Co., doing sterner sex after their many discourage' Cheney'Toledo, County business in the and State atore-saiments. The fair waa projected by the City of and that said firm will pay the Boonesborougb Chapter Daughters of sum of One Hundred Dollars for each tho Revolution for the purpose of and every case of Catarrh that cannot creating a. fund for the erection of monument to Daniel Boone and the be cured by Hall's Catarrh JCure. CiiBxar. Fhaxk other pioneers who dwelt in tbe Fort Sworn to before me and subscribed in Booucsboro, the first white settlement my presence, this Ctb day of December, at in Kentucky. To this end their every energy was bent for many weeks prior A. D. 1886. , A. AV.Gleabon, to the exhibition, lies ides the nsual alwere Notary Public attractions a number of novelties added to the two days program, amoiis Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalpremiums for the prettiest which were on and baby, the prettiest voung Indy, the ly, and arts directly the tho bloodSend system. mucous surfaces handsomest gentleman, a public mar for testimonials, of free. show, ringe, a relic display, a bird-do- g F. J. Chbxey & Co., Toledo, O. a trap snooting tournament, a cake walk, a fancy turnout, a mile race, Col Sold by druggist. 75 cents Craddock, etc. ihe ring shows were Hall's Family Pilla are the best. Hn very well contested, particularly the s' ring and the roadster race. tract The trotting races on ine nan-miwere and tho crowd was kept interested by our fine baud of music and when tbe pangs of hunger were felt the diuing room, was opened to the By rlrtne ot a Jadxatn directed to me. which throng. Altogether the exhibition was Issuedof tram the Midlson Quarterly Court In fTor E. L. thoroughly delightful, the extra fea J.H CrawtardMartin Tt. Ansmt Defmnth and T. Anraat Dlrauth,I,or one tures rendering it very enjoyable, satis of mj deputies, will, on fying everybody who attended A conspicuous feature of tbe show SATURDAY, JUNE 17th, 1859, was the easy manner in which the onerous duties of the secretary were dis Between p.the honrs ot 10 o'clock a. ta. and 4 m., the court house door In Rich, charged. This officer at every fair has o'clock Madisonat county, Ky.. expose to public mond, more to do than everybody elao com- aale to the hlgbeat bidder, the followlnc propbined, and if tiie incumbent gets out erty tor ao much thereof as may be necessary Plaintiffs aliyo or without beimg sent to the asy to satisfyOne piano otdebt. Interest and cost), Fabtnet brand, No. 8334. lum, he is considered a man ot rcmar now in possesion ot A. Delranth, (aried upon property of August Delmuth. knble ability. Miss Minerva Park aa TERMS. Bain will be Phelps filled her position with charac- three months, bond withmade on a credit of approred security teristic grace, never once allowing required bearing- Interest at rate of a per cent, per annum from day of aale, and having matters to become entangled, always the force and effect of a Sale Bond. mi-- j tress of the vexatious situations II. II. COLTER, SHERIFF it. C. that invariably attach to t lie office. June S, 1899. Mrs. C. D. Chenault, who is a lady of remarkable executive ability and strong individuality, was President, and sho needed no masculine aid or advico in conducting the affairs of Ihe meeting. Sho in justly pleased with the success of the venture, which is the Jiret of its nature in the state of Kentucky. The other officers nnd di rectors performed their duties with fidelity aud efficiency, and deserve credit alike with each other. A gen erous public provided the premiums, so that the expenses were comparatively d, boy-riderle well-contest- O o O rJ7 3 J ra n o . 3 o s c W so if jz ETC 23 s yScnS" 2- c S3 va 8 & o o o en 5 CP 00 2 j. a m8 ? 2. ? d.' 7sA V9& Elder's BARGAIN 0 TIT flT nmTTTlTfl gjr. Men's Suits at Men's Pants at Boy's Suits at w.7 $? 00 up iOc-- . 60c-. up up . ...j tu... .. NOTIONS. .. .. .. .. . . Am ni Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25 . up Gent's Undershirts 25c. up Gent's Drawers 20e up A.jt Ladies' Vests . DC. up Ladies' Pants . ..25c. up .. . Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars . Cuffs Towels Corsets .. 3c. up .25c. up . . . .10e. . . 15c. Sheriffs Sale! &uspenaers Buggy Whips Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols Ladies' White Aprons Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists.. Baby Bibs., up up oe. up 10c. up G9c. up up Fire Screens OVB .20c. .25c. . 5c. .10c. up up up if LINE OF LADIES', GENTS AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and see them. IN RIBBONS. to-w- We have a few bolts of the C. N. & Co. 's Ribbon on hand which we will close out at No. 1(5, 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. - ESTILL See our stock" of Corsets before you buy ' We SPRINGS, can please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B, Rob Roy,, Dr, Norsah. IN HATS AND CAPS. Men's Black Felt Hats. Men's Nice Straw Hats Boy's Kit e Straw Hals Men's and Boy's Caps 2.'c. -- small. We desire to express, on behalf of the Ladies Fair Association, earnest thanks to every patron and friend who in any waytontributea to the sacceeo of the exhibition. Mrs. Jackson Dead. Wklte Stlfkir and Chalybeate. Fleasire .. aii Health Resert. -- ...iot-- . lOc. 10c. OPEN- ,ith After years of ceaseless suilering, that most estimable lady. Mm. Eliza Talbott Jackson, mother of City Attur ney J. 'lawott uacKson, ot tnis city and Professor William M. Jackson, of Campbellsvilie, Ky., died on Saturday lastet Hendersonville, Tennessee. The message announcing her death reach ed here shortly after Mrs. Jackson passed awav. aud by those wbo knew and loved this devoted christian mother the sad tidings were received with much sorrow. Mrs. Jackson waa niece of Hou. J. Sneed Smith, of this city and was for several years Matron of Memorial Hall, where, by her motherly kindness to the several hundred boyu under her charge, she won the ndHitra tion and lasting gratitude of thee students who for tbe time stood no much in iipr(1 of the refinlnz and restraining: influences such as thiB tender-'beartecultured, christian lady waa ed, wjllisft and capable of exerting. In thin the writer remembers to hare beard Mrs. Jackson say, in reply to the inquiry, bow she could bo patiently bear with aud indulge tho thoughtlese, noisv. troublesome young mn. who are always to be found in law gather ings, that she hoped Uod would in lime of need, provide inends lor tier own two sons, then quite young, a beautiful though trying exemplification of the Golden Rule. We recall th voluntary tribute to her irnprtil treatment of the young seen, who all loved her. and when her healthbeca&e so poor that she could no longer fill important place, then waa experienced a siugle feeling of personal lo3 to the students who bad so long bei, tbe re cipients of her bounty. Mat m a We knew Mrs. writer, and as such be prove&M tmm tunable nasiptance, ami a wnirca ef be plratlon, thoturu our peer tatente in eoa-necti- m IN CARPETS. 1st i! hi, Hemp Rugs IJrussels. ,...10c up ...44c up ....l!5c up Unions... Jute Mattitiirs.. ....25c. up ... KV. ..!.. up up On the B. N. I. A B. Railroad and the Kentucky River, in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery, The White Sulphur is a specific for skin and kidney troubles; tbe Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot Sulphur Baths in the house. For lurtber particulars address, J, Prop'r., IN HARDWARE. Knlres and Forks, per eet Cake Tnrner... Files Teaspoons. , Tablespoons .. 31c up Fish L!nes. :.. .,. c. Fish llcoks 3c. up Curling Irons 4c set np Butcher Knives-- .. te setup H H.T!, rnsyjl-l- Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, IRVINE, KY. FairosizB lone lines. If A8SNT E. V. ELBE! FOR McCALL PATTERNS. iay br Jeon Insure your dwellings, barna ted all other property la the Blue Orau Insurance Compa- ay. oi Islington, n.y., a iiome inKKBiion. Give protection arHlmt fire. LlKhtElBC Hi Tornado. The cheapest and most riltaWe company tor the people of our county now CCT .SUM AO operating In the State, jutd get cheaper CTer wiii a M fcal year as long aa yoa cmhim la tbe eompaay. a nJ IP.a.IhA : j.u;. .ur icwt hi ramuui c u. o. in For further lBtonrnttea eall ea ifcei' agent jim lHMUrfninn, MKT TO UilUtlKlt, jtm lu I nl, I U At (Mrftrlckt ItMtflUlul and collector, 8. JL B. BLACK, Attoey-at-LaRtchaaoaat. Kj , aaaee ea Mats Street, HartcTiT 4Ti.cts i, KucrtT a staraeHsuTLu. zqitil to umm Bosmc, axt deor to fHte Bak Cert witaMiUM OUR SPXClAi, P1CES3S.9Q, Trust vo.. sea. wiU. outer, mi uWltt 4 freltht ssmnsu, sua the WE MAKE TH 18 TOP J, H. UAKTM. Ptm. ffj mayM-l- y q C. BOSWORTK.Sec'y. MM.OraaVs s.,si. as tuastntwl. or Brewster BtdaBa. Kkc.l,. M serawad Bias germ's Patent, ttm, M ounce. Duly Ich iiWrUt-rUaaa. fall sfcle un. tack crtJrMiToufu Men wr. Bod t Mk, nrk ireen 0Mt (SMk IMJMr. DOLLAR oi;j oolte VV yJ, NOTICE. u died Mi .'"1 i Or sssnHssi pill" MMMMatl a uasaaa, was or Mrrcw tnk, . aujujiTisB riAai er honfey All percoas . wit laaythtaxajw a wMtteai creVse, aa te charge ti I 14 CktwU CiMMMttlt 13, SwHM ia. .u. i wmi.i1f.7..T'.:I.T,r.r.'., (tnoJt CMfCjfcO, ILL. IMt I i. ,..... jirilii J ' v - u u u -- th --th -- vi -- y-i you wait ii MlfFf se. - "fi Tl SHi n SH, 1M 4 4 WflRTH OUR 1 1 nm w TO COME AND SEE US! THE WAY THROUGH. Our stock is complete in every particular, We can PLEAS: you. SEE A FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW ! prices right all $1, 25 1 - In(jufi all solid leather Oxfords. Dongola Kid cir Calf, commoiusenws m :? to 8 KK, price-- .. fl no worth Ladles all solid leather Oxfordscommon s6nco. Coin Uo.or itatetit tin, size. 21 to K E .... 1 25 worth Lathes extra nice light weight Kill Oxfords. MaekunTanJoinSuiuu ur" Coin toe. kid nr. ' -- i 8 u ,,r v"',?", Vp' Pr,c 5") worth :...... vesting i Kiit.li button low shoes, "All The GoV' patent tin Ladies' tun izo 2t,. S K. pi iv. 0 w.ivth litli.is ici Kid, tan laco Bpring heel, kid tip, QcfjiArto si2A to 7K, price....;.. 75 'ith Ladles ii Kid in heel or spring heel, lace unbutton, kid or patent tip, t.t: E 50 worth Men d newTan Box Calf in lace or button, all stvle tocD. size Ii7o 11. O.' 1) andta loi 3 00 worth l ...I.. Man's l.i.t.- rVnn Il flnlP IX.. I. - III! K MIHUI-- , .III HVII' .met. SIZO O III .v . .... .... UKUUM .. .. S M wort h II. li. UUIlil lit Men h Hlnek or Tun, ViCi, In ull stvles, hue or (i M 1). K ami EE : i."ini.r- - . -WO! th Men's Blaek or Tan. Yii:i or Calf, nil styles, size R'to II. iriniTn:E ..i. 2 (HI wort Ii 1J- 1 1 mm 1 T- 50 SI 75 -- 2 Oft 2 2 25 $1 75 - 2 00 II 50 1 . 1 - I . 4 ;i OH 1 m . 2 50 - 3- - PRICES BICE asBIsrOLID, Successors to WALLACE & RICE. . PU3y yew iooii(oaciiaoaaeetoaoiiataa a..;.-(toe-0Oa Wit V...o8 The Richmond Climax Henry Kneliter (c onipan v- - When Your Throat Clogs in- ( C0. COX" Cs 039" Ooti. 6 j (LVoWvvw. D;nntoo ..C90 WEDNESDAY. JUNE 14, 1SW. o SC o Dr. Hob.on, Dentist. ..0)03 a Union City letter arrived too late 08 eoa for inbertion. ..99 IOO (" ent C(fr. Kpflgy DaHjiftD .09 ..09 OA" ' On the first counter of our store 3Tou will find a selection of Clothing, of which.' 3'ou Have yon been in .Stoutler new store, on .Main street ? If ..CIO ol3 h;m moved lo Main street,, Stouiror o next to John G Taylor. tf otl 8 V all line of road wauons and bnir ..09(3 gtesat Hujcix& I.hxon's. iny3l 5t a SO FineHt line of neckwear in the city at Stoull'er'H new store, Main btreet. if Call on Hiiyliis & Luxon court day for special pricesln yehiclet!. inyol-5- t New'stdi-e- , 0) can take your choice at just One-Ha- lf Price. ' o .eao ceo 03 Stnulfef too: more than iiijfonejweuli .for suits Slafii street." 100 men '"' arid-pantsj tf QO. ( We find af ter the season's business, many lots which are broken, and in order tn clean them up we have placed them all on the BARGAIN CO U A' TER at Stouirer sells nioro clothing fur the inonoy than anv other clothier. New store', Main street. tf Higsins & Luxon have a d of buggios and carriages. Don't fail to uiavSI-li- n Heo thorn when in town. car-loa- or feels raw and rough, nothing gives vite correspondence with Mill men HIK h prompt and efTectual relief as Dr. who have lumber for sale. They buy Bell A .frtfl.larr.tl Poplar mid Hardwoods in mixed cars, remedy for colitrhs. colds and hronehial Dry or Green. Write them. apr5-Cinllections. Pleasant, to the taste.never fniline in result. 23c at druir store. For . Heat. Take no substituie. The store house now occupied bv Most dearly bought is that financial Mrs. U P Todd on Main street, will be rented for remainder of this venr. gain wbii-- Is obtained at the sacrifice possession given July 1st. J. E. of the right. GiiKENiiKAK, Assignee. mySl-tf- . If your sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before yonr eyes, or A l'lacc to o. yon have pains on the rieht side nndei For luscious hminnns. rinp nnnlac the rib", then your liver is deranged, co'd water, fresh cake. and yon ned a few does of Herbine to nice canihes. tobacco and ciunrs. iro to resulate at Price 50 cents, nt IVrry & A. Dinelle, nest door to old LVist Ofllce. Thomas. jtine7-lItefctauraiit open day and night. Triumph over ono ditlirulty gives the aprlO-ovictor nbility to triumph over a still greater one. Will Be Here Next Week. All the crack bicycle riders in KenHeart Burn tucky will be here on Monday and Nausea, dizziness, palpitation are some Tuesday next to engage in their annual svmptoms of dyspepsia that Digestos sport. Th races will occur each afternoon, Dyspepsia Tablets will cure. 25c a box nt all druggists. and valuable prir.es are offered. Be sure and attend one or both races. is bis The measure of Admission 23 cents, Ladies 25c; chil- goodness anil the one's greatness goodmeasure of his dren under twelve, ISceiits. " ness is his lovo. n m m Lnniher dealers of Louisville, Ky., Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimero Knee All-wo- is wild with excitement at the for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of setisoniible Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. RICHMOND Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. 10c per pair. Children's Strictly Knee Pants, double kneo and double sea, all colors, worth 75c. per pair are yours in this sale for 39c BoyV SL25 and $1.50 Kneo Pant Suits in double breasted and Heefor styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 14, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at S1.49; Our SI 50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in tills $2.(!0. all stvles. "Cream of the Stock." sale at Big Boy's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth S3.00 and $4.00 will disappear in tiiis clearance sale at Sl.'.iS Boy's $7 $8, SO and $10 lxng Pant Suits, choicest Big assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick and lit in this sale at $4.SS. S3 50. Boy's S200 and mmum mum mi be closed in this clearance sale All-woo- CHANCES ) M MONEY SAVERS FOE MSii! M Men's Hood Cassimero Suits well mndo. in brown, blue mixtures, all sizes, worth S3. $0 and $7 will IfieateisiGllB .... t Oa... fcite..o-- jo... ... - price. For instance: A S5.00 SUIT FOR S2.50. A 310 SUIT FOR S5.00. A S12.50 SUIT FOR S6.25. Don't let this opportune pass. one-hal- f too at!) CO of mahogany, isui be purchased front 08 G. "V. Evans, Jr., for $00. jne!4-tl- " A beautiful Chirkcring piano, madi est ..co o 49wr.. 6- fte. - Loving ton k Mitchell. ...................................... ..................................a......... a n o june7-ln- i at Petry & Thomas. The cool weather of Sunday and OO Monday was a verv delightful chance ao A trnveier can nowadays journey Come and tv.a the liargnin Compter est) of mctib' and boys clothing that we aro from the !):! and C4 temperature ot the around tho world in 50 days'. so selling at previous week. price. Covington & OO A Cold In Hezd StouUerhas tiikou more measures oa for suits to Order this spring than all so the rest combined. New store, Main St. tf Hood Doing good at home is more profitable than digging gold in the richest Biliousness, pour stomach, constipamines of the Klonkike. tion and all liver Ills are cured by Hardlv a day passes, in families where tliere are children, in which The cathartic Price RallHrd's Snow Liniment is not needed. 25 cents of all drnpglsta or by call ot It quickly cures cuts, wounds, bruises, C.I. Hood i Co.. Jwell, Mass. burns and scalds. Price 25 and 50 cts., at 2 !)a. PM l Men's Fine Suits, choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted. s.ick and frock styles of line imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit in tho lot worth and sold everywhere from to 512. take vour choice and pick m this sale at Such Rare Bargains in Shoes. Ladies' Donola Patent Tip solid shoes worth Sl.'iS go in this sale at "x per pair; Men's Sunday ShoesS!icin lace and congress worth Sl.Su will be dished out to you at per pair; Men's $1.75 and S2 shoes will be ft. 00; Men's dark Tan, ISlack Vici and real Russia leather $3 and SI shoes, they ro in this sale at $1J9. Such All-wo- Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. $1.03. wide Serges, Ilenircttas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width good., worth Jta and 59c per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- ing reserved. one-ha- lf oo Mitchell 09 the 'eati.eftapaaaacaesaooaaaaeoaao e 6ooetioaeoe3oat7)9ncoceocc20CGoaaaeeecae vNTED--J)aMrp. Uimrders, "Tniht not to appearance?," but jmt Mr. Win. Fish, of tho Paint Lick cook for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunger Martin, Lancaster Avenue. your faith in Hood's SarBaparilla, locality, took from one sworni ot bets mil For relief and comfort in Asthma ' .r j H. .1. Mr tin's residence. which never ileisappointtt. It is the last week seventy-fiv- e pounds of honey. Coussen's Honey of Tar has no equal. 21 t This sounds like a "Fish" story. best medicine money can buy. Price 25 and 50 cents, at Perry and june7-lThere are great bargains to be had Thomas. KitsimmoriB is now in the "has been'' tli.it the pipe mint will fio.u'it from the special counter of clothing-j- ust i'ik- -l ;it. class with C'orhett and Sullivan. Farmers 'say there were never so half l lie price for anything on the many snakes as this year. tables. Covington & Mitchell. The Modern Beauly Mr. M. C. C. Covington, of Caleast.- who had an operntio'n performed on' Thrives on good food and sunshine, with ins jaw, in l,uxini:toii last week, has plenty of exercises in the open air returned home much improved (in Her form I'rdws with health and her health. face blooms with its, beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a Tirreecomffiin68'of KBltirenr passed laxative remedy, she uses tho gentle through hero Tuesday from Manches- and pleasant Syrup or Figs, made by ter, where they had been summoned to tho California Fig Syrup Co. ouly. suppress the troublev-.dietweu- ii - the White-Baker- 's. The sixth annual declamatory contest will be held in Stanford on June We are closing out all our goods in 10th. order to remodel our house. Clothinu, hats, shirts and underwear at your own CUDAtJ RELIEF cure J $ Collc.XenrlKiai.nlTootbacbe price at Stoulfer's new Main streot In firr milium. Son ri stomach store, next door to Parmer's National Bank. tf and Saamcr Coiaiilaiuu. Trice, 25 CtnU. m . "fsoasff ..od OO .; If the predisposition to worms in chil?.Iit Tenipie Oldham is selling her dren is not cured they may become beautiful line of sailor hats at fxiin 10 emaciated, weakly and in dancer of cnts to SI 50. Give her a call before convulsions. White's Cream VermiiiiHyl7-lpurchasing elsewhere. fuge is the most successful and popular remedy. Price 23 cents, at Perry & Wo have speeixl ftidncetnants to june7-lThomas. oiler on our price Bargain Counter for i.oyn from 15 to 10 jears of Lizzin Clay, the "Kitchen Queen age. Covington A Mitchell. ni m one-ha- lf is one of the most distressing and discomforting of maladies. It causes loss of sleep If neg'ected. it terminates in that most obnoxir.as of all diseases catarrli of the head or .i.ront Dr. Bell's will cine it in one night. All druggists. Men's Extra Fino Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the idens of stylish messers to a "T." You can make your unrestricted select imi from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to $10, able tailor-inad- o they go in this sale nt $S.4S. Organdies that wero Sc and :6c per yard are now 12',c in this sale; Wash goods ot all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 'ilc per pair are 10c in this! sale. One lot of Slippers for ladies in sizes 2 s, 3. t, and some8's that wero formerly sold at $l.V, S1.S0 and J2 will bo closed In this sale at 50c per pair. Fine Jacqnads, Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fino Dress Goods. Former price 75c and 83c per yard will be. slaughtered in Ihis sale at 4Gc per yard Nothing leserved. of IJichmond," lias gone to Michigan to well Anew kind of apple, red within as as without, has turned up in 1 and bargains White Underwear, Ladies' I'oady-madSpecial Clearance Sale saving ou Ladies' Beady-mad- e Dress Skirts, Cnr-pe- ts Lace Ctutains. Thfse goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest we are ollcring in this nle, ask to see them. o Plan G. White. $ i;,,ts. CUBAN OIL Burn. Price, cures cents. Bruises. Rheu Not an article ill the entire big store left untouched, this sale must bo far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great space cleaning sale for us We must have room fur our fall stock and the only way we see to get it is to actually give away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of tho best goods wo have to our customers and let them profit by our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. HI matism and Sores. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. 25 Camlet, A Great Big Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants "the best" New York Mills will be closed at 3!)c per pair. t.I Washington's birthday was this year a legal holiday in Iowa for the firbt time Mr. P. Ketc'umaii, of Pike City, Pal., my brother's late sickness from sciatic rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was tho only remedy that gave him any relief." Mam-otherhive testified to tho prompt f from pain which this liniment affords. For sale by Perry & Thomas, june"-lm- . druggist. ('ASH when you come for these bargains and save time and a refu-- al of credit, for this is a Bring along-youCASH CLFIAUANE SA LE to irake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Verv Respectfully, says: "During s W. D. OLDHAM COMPANY. 5 RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN America contains 229.722 miles of railway and the rest of the world 204231 miles. "For the Sake ol Fun, Mishchiet is Done." A vast, amount, of mischeif is done, r limit crap shooiinir Monday ;ljy Police and lodged' in jtll. ' Sold by Perry Jt Thomas Sacces.iom to W. O. their blond pure. The mischief apKirksville Lodge, No. 18.'!. P. ti A. White. pears in eruptions, dyspepsia, indiges-lioM.. will celebrate fet. Johns Day, Satnervousness, kidney licenses, and Ed T. Woodnrd, one of Clark urday, June 24. at Kirltsville. bpenk-Inother ailments. This nnSchief, fortn-nateloldes( and beat citizens, is will be the feature of the day. may he undone by the faithful ill. Dinner on ths grouu.1. Everybody use of Hood's Sarsaparilla, which cures to attend. A sallow, jaundicod skin is a symp- all diseas"s originating in or promote! Clark FitOiir. the 'polite jiorter at tom of disordered liver as it springs by impure blood. Stewart Joneb', on Second street, is the from biliary poisons retained 1:1 the Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. nappy father of twins, a boy and girl. blood, which destroy energy, cheei fulHi boy - named John AValre.rs White ness, strength, vigor, happiness and .Mersliou Uheuault Pishur, fur his four life Ilerbme will restore the natural Small-po- x is reported trom Henrj functions of the liver. Price 50 cents, favorite! Johns. eountv. je7-lat Perry & Thomas 300 hiiinplc summor coats and Bail management keeps more people Two boss snake 'urs have found a Vf'HtN lllSt flllIIIWr III till tflA I..!.. Htirl in poor circumstances than any bohtb'ylff, at less than munufactureis. reptile "eighteen ftet long" in the Elk-ho- one cause. To be successful one other most mountain. cost in tie closed Out Stontiura new look ahead and plan abend so that clothing house, Main Btreet, opposite .vhen a favorable opportunity presents Did You Get up Wrong? Madison National Bank. tf .self ho' is ready to take advantage of dose, of Dr. Bell's Take a it. little forethought will also save Crsp Shooters Arrested. - much expense and valuable time. A the discomfortIt will rir.i1.l imfl li.iln i.m, ti f....l piudeiii Htid careful man will keep a John Nolauil, "Iliippy"' Black "and Itilr Luther Miller, colored, were caught good all day. It exhilarates the lungs bottlonf Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera n, Non-irritatii1 m y. All-m- too, because people neglect to keep 4fm 1 Tie Southern Mutual Iuvostmoat Oo,, s Frotn now on wo will endeavor to make and Fruits of till kinds one of the features of our store, and shall keep constantly on hand Fresh Bocas Bananas, California Oranges, new Fancy Strawber- Nossina Lemons, Home-growries, Gooseberries, Cherries and all fruits in season. New California R iisins, (London Lay-orNew Potatoes, Onions, Bcjuis, Tomato s. Cabbage and Peas. x full line of Canned gtmds. Coffee's Sugiir's Candies, and eveiytliiug found Wgt-t.i-blen s) $160,000 PAID IjYLIVIjYG BENEFITS 65,000 HE SEE YE AJxD S UliPL US. , - H -- Tta hm ci Lib hmm, ffcp: ' ! mid soothes the bronchials. 1 & I xmi 0:u:-fourt- 'b I I 11 Postmaster's Salary Has Been Raised. h will-las- Oft' Clearing Sale t. p it 13y; ETg One-Fourt- h , S m the forelock if you want the benefit of thel On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, .Un- F TI:e derwear, Hats, &c. P 1 1 S3 z i8 xTRF Sam, Batter, Tke FafBiskr. Ths Clotliicr, This nfilicted with a for stjyeral years, ami lat fall had a more severb cough than over before. Lhaye used many remedies without receiving innch relief, ami being to try a liottle of 'ImmijerlaiuV Cough Keinedy. by a frienil, who, A Covernmer.t Sewerage System Here. knowing me to be a xmr wioow, pive Plans anil sperifiratiotiK are on It t nio,"l tiied it and with the most with Postmaster Willis, as Custodian, gratifying results. The. lliat bottle jPJ3&f AttgNUB'AN TEA cures Dyspcp-- I for the constr'iction of a sewer from gia Constipation and Indivery much and the second the rear of the government building to bottle had absolutely cured nie. I have gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Alain, to Third, down t Water and not had as good health for twenty down Water to a point below years. Itespectfully, Mrs. Mary A a.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. White. near First Heard, Claremore, Ark. Sold by Perry At Ashland, a Constable shot and juue7-I&Tliom:ts. , Council Reduces Tax Rale. killed a tramp while lesisting arrest. Judge S. P. Albiiuon. of Owensboro, The City Council the ' The blood is the life." Science has tax from $i. 13 to SI. of which half is is organizing a company for the pur never gone beyound that simple statefor schools and halt for general expen- pose of manufacturing jans pants. ment of scripture. But it bus illumises. As the present boiird Ii.-built a1 nated that statement and give it the Alier Exposure to Hie Cold $0,000 negro school building andpaid meaning ever broadening wltii the inlargo portiou of the old city debts, or wet tako a dore of Dr. Bell's otfa creasing breadth of knowledge. When the action above taken will bo warmly and fortify yourself against the blood is "bad" or impure it is not by all. commended colli. This in one of the most efficacious aloi.e the I tody which suffers through remedies known to feiejice for coughs disease The brain is also clodded. the Early Crop ot Wheat. cold i, and incipient consumption mind and judgment are alfected, and many an evil deed or impure nought Judge, Jno. D. Goodloc began harHo who finds the most fMult Is always may Ih diiectly traced to the impurity vesting last Monday. He has, perhaps, thoono with whom the moot fault can of Hie biiN'd. No one can be well baltlm earliei-- t crop of wheat in tho county. anced in mind and Ixuly whose blood Besides iKMiig one of our foremost be found. wholeis impure. No one can citizens, morallv, intellect in;lly and Asid from the suiiouu inconvenience some urn! pnm life unlesshave ablood is the otherwiM, Judge Goodloo is a progres- and pain caused by idles, there Is a sive fanner, who does bis own "readiu', tendency to fistula and to cancer in the pure Foul blood can Im make pure by of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical writin, and figgerin ". rectal regions. Piles should not do nl the use Discovery. When lowed to run on unchecked. Tabler's body and brain are the blood is pure alike healthy aud Street Fair Heeling. Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infiillib'n life becomes a dnily happiness. All personsinteiesied and connected remedv. PiiceoOcts a bottle, tnbes.75 Free Dr. Pierce's Common Souse jo"-lwith the organization of the Street cents, at Perry & Thomas. Medical Adviser, 1008 pages 700 illus Fair Associatiou are requested to be t rat ions, is sent fiee on receipt of It far present at their meeting y, at,,3 than ishe better to think a man better stamp to defray expanse of mailing o'clock, p. in.- - in the Mate Bank arid goodness, is tluu to underestimate Ids ONJ,Y. Solid 21 one-cestamps for paTrnst Co. building, for the purpose! of per covers, or :il stamps for cloth. ! permanent arrangements, election of I)r It. V Pierce, GG3 Main streetil.uf-falo- , Strert hidden!. officers, etc. Don't fnil to attend. N. Y. 'Mv Dear Sir" exclaimed Iwycr Dewey Here Triday. Tho General Association of Baptists Btrtlioloniiiw Livingston, meeting tho Uev. Archibald Windham on the vil- a ill convene in Mt. Sterling next week. An admirable likeness 1 Duivny was exhibited at the Indies' lage street, "what does this mean? thought you were Tetter, and Eczema. Fair Friday. It was a bust carved put of bad diseases!" laid up with all sorts The iutense itching and bmaiting inci of wood, by- .Frank fTlout;of (Stanford. M I was,"replied there.verened "And 3ent to these diseases is instantly allayed A dog-heaalso Sir. Ilout's work, was "I noticed. JJnd they hceu Madison gentleman,from had an attack of indirec- Dy applying Chamberlain's Eyo and and on my whole Skiu Ointment. Many very bad znecs tion that time prixlucts, which alonn. morejeirgible system 1ms been in a disordered con- have been permanently cured by it, It for prizes, thes would fiavo won. dition until I began taking Hood's a equally efficient for itching piles ana Xarsapnrilla which has put mo on my ; f'svorits remedy for sore nipples: Green Diver Bridgr. feet aud cuied ail my biomuch troll happed hands, chilbiuinn. fror--t bif-'-- i r A large oil painting of thin famous b'es." aid curuuic soro oyes. 25 cts. psr has. bridge, just as it was ou July 4, law, is "I don't doubt It." said the lawyer. on exhibition in MoKirlev's window. "This same inedfeiup cured my wife ol IlwaH loaned to Mr. C. E- - Woods hv rheumatism and my little girl of scrof jnst what a horse neeils when in bad Mrs. Ann Hood of lbanon, and the ula. When they say It's UiKbest mediTonic, blood pnrillur and hero who lived througn cine money can buy, they only tell the i orniifnge. Tlioy .aro. not food but picturti.of tnitli " thnt- t)att!oiy it is h prefect licdlciuo and the bbM In to put a stock-a.J- u they do," replied thj jliurso In primo conditionuse Pi.o S3 "Yes. yei .ho tlm bloody batllo grolltlil. Tilu uiinktyr. anil toe two iwti)U ohi nd bridge, tc, are shown. Im i :eatft per Mcltag reconi-mendeDotiol-son'sshop, m has-reduc- ed m nt Sult-Klicum d, ! . After July 1, the salary of the postmaster at Uiehmoiid will hw $1,!XX. which ia the highest figures lor this office. Mr. Willis wiil inoht jfrobahly uothaetho pleasure of lrawini;thati amount of salary but his biiccessor, Sir. V.) wiir a wagon in Lincoln county mid injured. oorioiir-l- I was seriously cessity compels it and then ruin his best horse going for a doctor and hnyo a big doctor bill to pay. Iwsidea; one pays out 25 cents, the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while he is getting poorer. For sale by Perry and Thomas, druggist; june7 lm A Scott county man had a turkey hatched which has four legs and four wings. and Diarihoea Remedy in the house, tho shiftless fellow will wait until ne- We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com- panies pay to tho etatos of deceased. largest profits consistent with safety nnd conservatism, Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For HgjsN particulars apply to ly JiSj E15r3l in a ," - . BOW7VmrI, K.SMITH LEXINGTON, SECRETARY, KY. .Wfr solicit your patronage an.d assure you wo will uppreciato your-orde- r no matter how small, and shall take plenmre iu filling it Give us a trial. J. Ernest Stivers, Mg'r. PHONE Main Street, next door to Hlchmond National Bank. Jo ; T. Bea!eyB JOT. uiay3-w t) Ai 7t) 7 f? h g '$ 0 "They Fit The Feet as Nature Intended." t 66 NN ESS MILLER" OXFOR ARE HERE! I I I SI Finely made of soft "VELVETTA" kid mi strictly hygienic and anatomical principles they are the most comfdrtable and most perfect-S- i fitting Oxfords yet devised for woman's wear. " SSTTJKE THE FAMOUS ii JENNESS MILLER" SHOES, i - Oxfords $3.00. THEY FIT THE FEET AS NATURE INTENDED. All women can wctir ''Jenness Miller" Oxfords with the assurance of enjoA'ingabsolutefcoteomfort. Only-- to be had of us in this city.- "JenRessMi!Ier',s DOUGLAS, BRIGHT&CO. ; 207 WEST MATN STEET, RICHMOND, ICY. I jM-- ,v a V ti ii Onr Goods AND Here's Yeir Chance. Some Extraordinary Offers County Court Days. . ly Tlio Climax. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Lexington, Fayette' counly, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. DanvillerBoylo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. CUTTING HAY. ALL WOMEN t Should know the "Old Time" Remedy, t."i.-t- ur races The Cumax wants fivo hunred new subscribers bv tho first of thenewycar. In order to reach this ond, some ex traordinary inducements will bo made. Until further notice tho following will bo offered to subscribers. The Climax and The "Week Corapol Tou to trade with us when 3'ou jjfive us a trial. An Excellent Combination. p) fa fjfe, The ladies cannot be (leech ed by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. the world, select, the the latest, up-to-da- we have to say is, we buy laxative. in the best markets of In the process of manufacturing figs nish any paper published in la- The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Stkup of Figs, manufactured by the CAuroitNiA. Fio Syrup Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to bo medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the Courier-Jou- r taste and acceptable to the system. It Twice-a-wee- k is the one perfect strengthening laxanal, both for one year $1.60 tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and Weekly gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and subThe Climax andOhioFarm, stance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening $1.90. or irritating them, make it the ideal The Climax caii also fur are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fio Svrui" Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. For sale by all Druggists. Jan5-l- ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. The Climax and the Louis ville daity evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and OIBt? You ! may have heard er about SCOTT'S EMULSION and have a vacue notion oil with that it is cod-livits bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive feaoil, the tures. It is cod-livpurest and the best in the world, but made so palata ble that almost everybody Nearly all can take it. children like it and ask for more. er a. . ii Pnw.ita nil 13 1 jo in; 3 j. lurrenxue inmncs. vtji irregularities In Female Organs. Should bo w m 1 JDY OATH 25c. soc. llsatcrs "Old Time" Remetlles "huvo stood tho tost for twenty years. There are a great many things in farming, as well as in other callings, that are acquiesced In as truo and yet aro largely ignored in practice. One of these Is with regard to the time when hay should bo cut. Asa matter of be lief nearly every ono admits 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 thegrass is grown foi seed, a header is used to takeoff the seed crop, and aftorwards the stalks are cm and it is called hay. It is really not hay at all; it is straw, and it has no highor feeding value than straw well cured would have. Of course, if ono can make more money out of a timothy crop by heading first for seed aud then taking the straw for feeding purposes, that ends tho matter. But this is hardly ever tliecase, and the practice general ly rests upon a sort of vague idea that the grass will be pretty nearly as good for feeding purposes and that the seed crop will be just so much in. This is a sorious mistake, for the only real return obtained by the practice is the'seed. If that is worth more than the hay crop would be if cut seasonably, then tako the seed crop, by all means, but don't do it on the strength of tho idea that three or four bushels of seed, plus a considerable feeding 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 without any compensation in the value of the seed. SOME 0FTHE SUPERSTITIONS THAT PRE VAIL IN AMERICA. 2 ALL DRUGGISTS. s4 Mads only by New Spencer Medicine Co., CSiat- - Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. ucco-ijU. Willie. rr All druggists Bell Dr. Miles' Nerro Plasters. rajigjiiisM macmihj kf irtizhtr. C2AB ORDPCAflNCT Buenici on can examine your nearvxi in mtixiM. uimk rouna sturatUr-- . xAciir reiin qaft! ( Mrhl tLkrnifUi fcl;fc f nf.OO, 4 TIIT, GIMUTKST BABG115 TOU kTS.'t 1IMU OK, J' i SEND NO MONEY if wir. trJtiT i it at pon ml and the freight will avern.-. ' vtit -. it. ui. if CTZSfl iiO.'i) lilt n . I IV. Offor rrtirhttnitour Specialms liine Price ana freight charxen. The 120 ? 5 Jr r0 J test goods, and when you buy you know you have te the United States or Europe at reduced rates. CORN PRODUCTS. looks like creams it nour ishes the wasted body of! the baby, child or adult lor each MUrmH. GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' Till ALm ymr own Ikhm. air e will return your Cl.' :0 i y day yu arc not tmnafiM. IV !! jtaefclwoa f bwin maWt mad t f..tl. flil.oo. 4II.IM, . fiiHr fl2.U0lp ill ;rtr 4frlbJ 1m 0r rr &nimr XtrbW but MS. 50 foruu DROP nrJC CABIM;T 3U2U1Cv Ly auyoui. is thd greatest vaiuti ever oft ctMit goods. Is that what ypu want? If so, trade with LIST OF ARTICLES NOW MADE FROM THE HUMBLE CEREAL. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. NEW TORE. If. Y. LOtnSVTXXE. KIT. Price 50c. per bottle. y lite Gibson Kf The following is a list of tho products now being manufactured from corn without the use of any other com- EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVENTION ponent material: Mixing glucoso, of thrco kinds, used by refiners of table syrups, browers, leather manufacturers, jelly makers. fruit preservers and apothecaries. Crystal glucose, of four kinds, used by manufacturing confectionors. Grapo sugar, of two kinds, used by brewers principally, aud also by Anhydrous sugar, used by ale and beer brewers and apothecaries. Pearl starch, used by cotton and pa per mills. Powder starch, used principally by baking powder manufacturers, and also by cotton and paper mills. Refined grits, used in the place of brewers' griste; they aro giving better results. Flourine, used by mixers of flour without detriment, oscept as to the feeling that a corn product is taking the placo of a wheat product. Kour kinds of dextrine, used by flno fabric makers, paper box makors mucilage and glue makers, apothecarios and many industries requiring a strong adhesive agent. Corn oil, used by table oil mixers, lubricating oil mixers, manufacturers of fiber, shado cloth manufacturers paint manufacturers, and in many similar industries where vegetable oils aro employed. Corn oil cake, gluten feed, chop feed and gluten meal, all cattle feeding stuffs of a very high grade and capablo of being scientifically fed with superior advantages. Itubber substitute, a substitute for crude rubber, and very extensively used. Corn germ, tho material from which the oil and cake are obtained. British gum, a starch which makes a very adhesive medium, and is used by textile mills for running their colors, as woll as by manufacturers who a very strong adhesive medium that contains no trace of acid. Granulated gum, which competes with gum arabic, is used successfully in its place, and finds a ready prefer ence by reason of the absence of any offensive odor. Probably tho most important in tho above list of products Is rubber substi tute, the substance which Chicago chemists have recently brought to per fection. This new rubber, made from tho waste of ordinary yellow corn, will choapen the price of rubber goods 25 per cent. Corn rubber must be combined with an equal quantity of Para rubber to give it goneral utility, Twenty chemists have been employed at the Chicago refinery for a year in bringing this new rubber to perfecUon Ex. POISONED WITH WILD PARSNIPS. better than cream or any other food in existence. It bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that cream docs to milk. If you have had any experience "just as with other good" preparations, you will Find that this is a fact. so-call- CCLIillLK THE BUR13IGK trrirrsor.Miic maj- TrrUtunentit, olleriu raritMi. n.rfcm.. uu-lttctne fri.ni 1. Cklr.f ..A riins lnd ictlnrtHB Wrl-1JD HilUjIltr Mr. BEWARE OP IMITATIONS . Jia .TaT J 1 i ce I I1 iY the iiktni I - MET li'H 1.) iUK HIT mm 1 1U. I HT Ork. AA! it: in .n .ni:n . ts ?. it: 4 it lil.l 1 In-- .II-- S"L!P tit "ju i i I1. i IUOItHll",o- t friM t , r . tiravr. re Witt f ' l it. , t. . lfr. . tn irmv, mi ' 'l iK i if.vt-ltm i AVFO i ma il lit'.i'. . tai t J tr I. . !i Pkie-Tar-Hon- ey YRUP PEPSINi Indianapolis, Ind.9 CURES CONSTIPATION.il JULY 20-2- 3. DR. CALDWELL'S 1B99. Only One Fare Round Trip The hypophojphilcs that arc oil combined with (he give additional value to it because they tone up the nervous system and impart strength to the whole body. cod-Iiv- Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Care for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to a Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by oshal&COi Commission Except that from points within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar. One-thi- rd 50c. and $1 00. all drurgtos. SCOTT & UOWNE, Chtmisu. Ktw York. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worrated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling Is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thero is no inclination to cough. n h'lim kr- -, sHi . .t.n.i tpfl. w .! t.i inest lrr . nt I ' Iita!) !. i- Ii. r .ar i ah i.I tl til I .ihn' . pr ! p ft t. lit ti ed r - - i i a vi tiJ 1 f.tt 4 'ffgrS ft cliiriitMr. imfiVTe-- l n liar. wheel. I i' t Ii M hen'' tent nMlIc r.itt lomely tier i Tier. pW' next 4rHe Di Mrrt Urlf m K11 M It$ VT? CUARAN7E sat nr TYc" InvtrucUon Uo ' l I W'CsA!'-,),''- himlor W i Jn,t h'twanrotittrati run it amldoei in rjiain i fir iny with rrnt e..rr n n nmutKin to? and examine thle ntanlilie. 4:lcTivvi??i IE it rncTc vnn IIUIIIIIIU withth9eyfTirtorlienereeHet rm.-ao,r.ivi I UU V. ".'i'' rnBiiia f 2i.(K) 4wl3 to fin nn. nl t'leu If convlncetl t f 4mm. TO JlKTI the tU.SO If t ylf rrtlcht OUPKUTO $15.50, IE IKf.lT. It? T(lti Rebuck To. are ny Um within tfcr -- Editor t ajj-- r in tlnTciujrhly relUM" ataAiUfled. iAf. imT t Addrcsv, SEARS, ROC3UCK & CO. (Inc.) nart' ut tr JMlIJt, - jl tfl ujs trv ?"t' I id rt tr. Chicago, aprS-S- . SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS I AM 08 YEARS any remedy eqaui to lit. Bell b It give quick and permanent relief In erlDnswellasccnsbsandcolds. Itmakes I ones etroDB. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, weak r&lucah, Ky. VIA LITERARY NOTES The Beecher 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 son, who is at present very much to the front in rolation to the economic eman cipation of women. In Julv number of the Cosmopolitan Mrs- - Stetson will wage a pen warfaro with Prof. Harry Thurston Peck over an article in the June number of the Cosmopolitan, y "The "Woman of and To-mrow." Mrs. Stetson has something in poem on tho Juno number a four-lin-o "Queer Peoplo." The illustrations by Oliver Herford aro themselves queer. To-daor Merchants.. "BIG 19.20,21. - FOUR" Bottles Only. 25c, 50o. and $1.00 Slzt a BE SURE YOU GET OLD. and never nacj Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED Sr. Bell's Pini-Tar-Hon- iy 1863. ail :, logs d Sheep. Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O. Telephone 734G. Tickets will be on ale from all points July From points within 75 miles of Indianapolis on July 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1KB. Returning tickets will bo good to leave Indianapolis to July 21th, with a proviso that if tickets are deposited with Joint agent at Indianapolis not later than July 21th, and payment of fee of 50 cents at the time of deposit, tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis tS and including August 20, 1S99. For full information regarding tickets, rates and routes and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four Route," oraddress the undersigned, WA RREN J. LYNCH. J. E. REEVES, Gen. Southern Agt. Oen. Pass. & Tkt Agt. W. P. DALE, A. Q. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. JAMES T. HAMILTON. Propkietois. BA11 information regarding live Consign etock cheerfully furnished. sopt7-l- y your stock direct to nn. ' CORED f Q If a peahen calls, a donkoy brays, pigs carry straw,geeso flap their wings, or a pot boils dry, or the clouds move northward, it will rain. gg is If a silver coin or babe placed in the hand of a fresh-lai- d new-bor- n Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. long life and prosperity will be assured aK?g3gzaag gsgra .gH-gss- gj FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Stock Yards Those who nro contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kin.l i.i Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to call at tle old kumhI in tinof the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where thoy will llnil etinstaiitly ou haml a largo stoek of finished work to select from, at prices to suit nil elawes i.f Mit. W. G. GOUOIIEK, one", of the liest workmen in CVntiiii buyers. Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment anil this means satisfactory wot k in every phnse. Parties living at a distance should write to ua for design-- , which will bo furnished on application. - miteii hoplei. In ten days at kht two third of all vmptomri remov-rt- . Testimonial nndTSH DATS treatment free. SR. B. B. GRXZK'S SOSS. Box K. Atlanta. Qa. with vegetable Ibimrdlra. Humoured many thousand owes CALL AT SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Tho man is who has ft good, sound, reunder him. Ho can Coolest and most refreshing liable carriage the thought that whon rest secure in of drinks that can be found he hiis one of our well made, reliablo in the city are dispensed phnHous, carriages, runabouts, whale- hnilA tlmf. fnmn nr rnnft and accommo- what Rrmndp.rR. llin rnfirt. parfnivnimti nnror 1i!r mav on dating clerks. will give way. Wo havo one of tho Genuine Saratega Water Kept on Tap. iincsr, mocks ot road wagons, rocka- ways ana ruubertircil bueiiies in Rich ' JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r.. nioud. Kentucky Carriace Works up-to-da- te Phone 3. Second St. ItICmiOXDy KY. and Whiskey Habits rured at home without loin Hook of particulars wilt TREE -- 135 Mi Atlanta. b. UR. B. M. WUOLLET CO. TJliico. lot North I'ryor St ECONOMIST RANGES -- O n ft F K a- - 2 o f 80 J- - 1 1 O CD o 1 "VY'i gg 5 2 " . . .2 2 assess! E c 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 ono of the most timely Tho frontispiece is a portrait of Stanley Waterloo, author of "A man and a Woman," a skotch of whose career is given. Utuer 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 tho motives which inspired thoir respectivo works ; the Dortrait and sketch of Illchard Whiteing tho new literary light brought into prominence by his story entitled "No. 5 John Street;" and tho analyses of the new books that arc challenging thought along tho various lines of in tellectual activity economic, historic, psychologic, biologic etc. As usual thero are many illustrations ot 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 tho whole June magazine field, poetical selections etc, combine to make a num ber that fairly teems with cotempary interest from cover to covor. Five cents a copy. Fifty cents a year. John Wanamaker, Philadelphia and New-York. to it. If the sun goes down behind n bank of clouds on Friday it will rain on Di While peacock feathers are kept in the house sickue6Swill nevor bo out of it. If a person's two front teeth aro wide enough apart to place a gold coin between them he will always be rich. If one mends a gaiment while wearing it every stitch taken represents an enomy which will be made, If a pen drops and sticks in the lloor the owner's lover lives in the d'rection toward which it inclines. A ring around the moon indicates bad weather, which will lust as many days as there are stars enclosed in the circle. If a hairpin sticks out and does not fall the wearer will have a disappointment, if it falls her lover is thinking of her. If 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 fog you get in March you will have a frost in May. If the thread knots while sewing tho sewer will live to see the gannont I worn out. Ex. NATURAL tsburg Central EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Ysirds have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. more, Washington, Philadelphia, New YOUR PATHONAGE SOLICrrED.-Q- & Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti JKMES T. HHTILTON, fjnnn 1 Proprietor. ruxrj 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. lork and all HIGHEST GRADE SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. may31-3- m BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN LADIES' COLUMBIAN Your Hides AND BUY YOUR Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. All We We We I eed Potatoes at Thurman's. We pay tho Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. SCENERY. I 55 A bad case of accidental poisoning is reported from Howes Valley in this 3 rr. v a Vj " T. BJS3BS ST a.S.Sa.S.aa c "5 2 ocoooooo STx . "s a s Ml Roofing, Guttering and General a --s-3 Job Work, a. 5 o o o 05 (5 to to Ob 5 '0 W M S Hc j?! y o a B3HH5HEH -- UiCO REGENERO P .m-i- r county. Last Saturday morning Dolpl: Belt aged eleven and Louis Shipley were on tho creek bank near their home. The boys saw some wild par snip 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 Belt after suffering' terrible agony for four hours died. Young Shipley is some better and there is hope of his recover. Three doctors were with the boys short ly after the poisoning was known and their work will probably save Shipley's life. Ehrabethtown News. Tho Mexican Herald takes occasion point out the real monetary value of natural scenery as exemplified in tho investments represented in tho hotels of Switzerland, the value of which is put down at more than $100,000,000 gold and says, ''Mexico is a combination of Millions Given Away. Switzerland and Italy." The editor It is certainly gratifying to the pub seems to have been inspired by the lie to know of one concern iu tho land statistics, which show that 1,230,000 who aro not afraid to be generous to guests pay Swiss iunkeepers 22,000,-00tho needy and suffering. The proprie year for food and lodging. tors of Dr. King's Jfew Discovery for CORRECT. Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have givlin away over ton millions trial bot- tlep of this groat medicine and have An exchange wants to know what is the satisfaction of knowing it has abso homo without a newspaper, and Tom Intely cured thousands of hopeless Davis, of the Maysville Ledger, jumps cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse up Tfith this reply: "It is a place ness and all disease of the Throat, where old hats are stuffed into broken Chest and Lungs are surely cured by windows, where t!ie wife looks like a it Call on Perry & Thomas Druggist, bag of wool with a raring around tho Successors to W. G. White and get a center, where the hnsbaud has a trial bottle free, regular sizo 50c and $1. panorama printed on his shirt front, Every bottle guaranteed, or price re and the nnglected children wipe their funded. 3 noses on their shirt sleeves." to Thtjbman Gkoceky Co., Cor. Main and Cheapside. RICHMOND, KY. 5 5 C p we require is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. d arc the only factory in the United State selllni; direct to rider. guarantee our goods for two years most liberal Ruaranteo ever Riven . p giro more options than the regular dealers. You can have your choice of P C color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. Oar bicycles hare all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joint, large 5 P sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc. 2 WRITE FOR CATALOGUE QIVINO FULL DESCRIPTION, COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., apr26-3m CLEVELAND. OHIO. p oxiuinnniuxTLTUinJvirLnnnjurjinnT s ran -- frier re the best! our t k . m nr is 8aeaaceoooaeese9eseeeooooooeeeese(to M n . That's why you want to see them 3V before you buy. We mean 0 atom... 1 T fiH 1 ITS tp I On and after January 1st, terms will be UJf smr I IB - n S D&BB IU es to 1899,- a.-- . en..- - our SPOT CASH!" -0)9. .. ..00 ..oo .oo ..09 ..09 ..SOB 00 ..oo 06) ..OO OO ..OO OO OO i 1 -- t SggB a 3323 tt-- pepsiN (YRUPINDIGESTION. 11 ' CURES , DR. CALDWELL'S Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. 0m Notary Motiofl.al The returns of causes for insanitvin AN OKLAHOMA CONSPIRACY. England show that in every 100 cases 24 are hereditary. 24 may bo attributed COMPLETE A Suit of Oklohoma City has brought to drink, 12 to busiliosB and money out BLISS a most curious train of circum troubles, 11 to loss of friends, 10 to stances. A woman secured a divorce sickness and 11 to vnrious causes. from her husband, together with a large M.kii amount of alimony. The divorced hustbi band then entered into an agresment Wex I Strooi. with a good looking young man in the neighborhood whereby tho young man was to pay court to the woman, marry t I nOtV Ulthtn lnm- - r.,.1. Mf ...... U ilaj Is poNlurely co.irantrul to cure her, control of her proporty and divide uavilnc I It acta jxiwcrfully and quickly. It with her divorced husbaud. Tho I Nrw Jinn. Phv.lrnlly IVrfrrl. I. hi mull young man carried out his agreement .i mi- - iir i uuiucun, Young men will re- nin'i-,urii. mniiiioon. an.i on Men will record to the latter and then lied the country. wjjor. Illnrlccrates and restores to 11 .l.r .tlul trnr. nil mtfTmrs, rm t.,nin.i . The suit is now brought by the woman Iiiipoteiicy. Varicocele. Sjiermattorhea "ws. to recover the property of which she ..IU1.VIUJU, liOtturanniw iltwrnwr rower. has been defrauded by the conspiracy. rnr. l.iK ot ConMence. and nil effects of ielf. . or w'Tn.ilrxt'csnnl Indlvrrtlon. ljlch nnfits ii, i,u or marriage. ItCUCAEItO .oes at o - to tlie nut of tho :iseasc-tl- iat Is ... V..It'll '4. It U Ihi, nMl.f.,,-,,-- -. ir....i-- ,i in Litu ...whr worm iiiiit t in K kU: Itclvrs Vlrnr.iiKl Arllonaml restores i liMiiu. iv i. a m.irvoioas uiood url - i i.itN ,:iy tho i, Pink (;lmv rnnm hark to ICGCENEI KO utih In inMiun imins,n.ti an .mm irric.l ihuL'ii " It. " ot w. per i i niivn, . f.r -e53.o:. We rhrerfully rrfund " "i ' 'hi- tlx lioscs do not effect ft cure. iiu'i'i-nu- t? " American ucico or Fifty walnut trees in Cass county, Mich., were recently sold for $10,000. The largest troo is seven feet in diame ter at the baso. and will yield lumber worth from S700 8 Gasoline 0O.. ea..-.( to SI, 000. THE FIRST BABY. Its Coming is Looked Forward to With Both. Joy and Pear and its Safe Arrival i3 Hailed With Prido and Delight by AH. Tho nrrlval of tho first babv In tho household is the happiest and most im portant event oi married, lire. Tho young wife who is to become a mother delights to think of tho happiness in storo for her whon tho little ono shall nestle upon her breast and latterly sho shall hear it lisp the sweet and holy name, "mother.' But her happy anticipation quickly van ishes wnen she realizes the tcrrimo pain and suffering through which sho must pass while bringing tho littlo ono into the world. An iudescribublu fear of the danger attendant upon tho ordeal soon dissipates her joy fulness. Thousandn of women havo learned by oxjierieneo that thoro is absolutely no necessity for tho ttuITeringswliich. at; they know that by tend child-birt- h theUHo of "Mother's Friend" a bcien- tifio liniment for n few weeks beforo the trying hour, expectantmothers can Po prepare themselves for tho final hour that tho pain and suffering of 'tho dreaded event are entirely obviated and u is safely pussm trrough witn littlo discomfort. All women aro interested, and cs nociallv cxocctaiit mothers who for this first time have to undergo this trial, in such a remedv : for thev know tho nain r, and suffering, to say nothing of the which is in ntore for them, "pother's Friend" i3 woman's greatest bfes- -; slog, for it takes her safely through the severest orde.nl other life. Every woman should be Riad to read tha little book "Beforo Baby is Bom." which contain; Information of great value to all. It will bo pent freo to any ono who need thoir nddresa to Tho Bradfleld Kfit' Utoe Co., Atlanta, Gu, dan-.-ge- have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to' collect thorn all promptly. We are thereforo compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash forourgoods, and will endeavor to make it to tho interest of the trade to do business with us. Wo havo a nico line of Staple aad Fancy Crccories, Qucenswaro and Glassware, tc. Give us a call, examine our stock and got prices. Wo r vtaoa OO OO oo oo OO OO OO OO OO CO OS 00) yGoods 0(9 exchanged for country produce oa oo ). v.- - SO... HGGNS llAU ELLS. WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, KY -- oa oe oo oo 08 09 OO 00 lltlMasasaaBa9atttttaafitat 9 a aaaaaaaaaaaaA.... lied Hot 1 'rum The Gun ift " nOILA'tV MCfllPKI Pfl .. IMLUIUni.UU! ii 1 For salo in Richmond by sept2I-ly. E23Columhus At. NEWYnRlf Perry & Thomas. Was the ball that hit G. B.Steadman the Civil War. It caused horriblo Ulcers that 110 treatment holpod for 20 years. Then Buck-Inn'- s Arnica Salvo cured him. Cures, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure 011 earth. 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. 3 of Newark, Mich., in Yve need nearly 3,000 cubic feet of fresh air per hour for breathing purposes, but wo can do with as little as Children need less, and there 2.5C0. are now building schools to give tho children 1,800 cubic feet per hour. FOUND ONLY AT THE Why Sheccd ($mm ? . CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE is Cash Hardware Store DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. , of JS Whon DON'S COMPLETE tIL15ODItE,is,f:iKirr,nt(",d to cure you. 15 io tho diecovory of an cniiiiofit. jilij Bician- No Knifa ! 'Ball Bearings i CCHYRIQHTS Anyone sending a sketch and description mar cralcklr asceruiti oar onlnlon frea wiiMhvr ,n lnremlon Is prohsbly tuttentsMe. Ilandbnnk on Patents sent free. OMint agency for sorurincpatent. Patents taken throuxli ilonn & Cu. receive rpteiol notice, without churce, la tho A hindpnmrly (llntr(ol weofcly. Itrscst or any fclentul.i Joariml. Terjis, 3 year: four months, tU Sold by all nofjdpalcrn, a : Screen Doors, Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Champion Bin- $4ders and Mowers, Hay IUkes? Binder Twine, Etc. - bade marks Designs A Popular "Wcidisgr Trip. If you want a delightful wedding trip whCre you aro not likely to meet acquaintances, take ono of the I). & C. new steel passenger steamers to tho Island of Cool Breezes.. Staterooms and Parlors reservod thirty days in advance. Send two ;ent stamp for illustrated pamphlet. Address, c A. A. Sciiantz, G.cJTriOJJ,Miai. V' H-- i - Tho firfl trcutnionfc brings imnicdiaUi rcllof. It lias cured thousands, and will euro you. ir k, MIL T. c?. WILCOX, promi.i' nt ncn'hant poUtiuinn and chief of tho OlmlU.nof-.- i 1 irt ? 'opartiuent, fjiivj?: After years of suffcrin'. 1(JNS i'U.B tITMIC?i UVvus t n't-- . The rsic of one i cLcctcd a porinapent r'"e. I v ImiLtrily glv? yo-- i th!s K--j 4t:f-fcrlii- g latapiion of Business 1 $: The fc M-OO- rM( Tump ora iibi Hp. M m&4- - Sckntifk Emtkm, prusch oAloo. Cfi V EUHrshlpfr-ton- ptirMH tfe Mm J$ jS statement, hoping it will miv.1& of b'ing'n'g your woFidcrfUl remedy to l!ic atUniluii oi utltfirs with piles." . price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address.' DON CHEMICAL COMPASS, ' CHA1TAN0CKL, TENN. ' " EI twlntWiim STMf- - Tor salo by Jlluo GraBB FurnUuro Co., Richmond, Ky. , J.i n may3I-t- f