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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Lur T J c 1HEcRICHMOND CLllAXr 1 f VOLUME 26 r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1899 NUMBER 4 For Rent Choice of three good office rooms over Doug las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirableIeightroom with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY MUNCEY PROFESSIONAL CARD- SATOfl1E7S R W MILLER X I ATTORHBTATLAW i RICHMOND KHSTOCKT EOMeei Pinners National Dank feb3ly I I A SULL1V N- JlpATTORNEY LAW RIChMOND KENTUCKY Office over TavIor8 Hnnlware store opljwmitp Court House on Main Street II n HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW JtiniMoxn KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up btaira 31 30 J C D M OIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anils grocery n PHYSICIANS pus GIBSON GIBSON 1IIYSICUN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe CtJini building it and ao Sec ond Street over While old drugstore 3o CHAS HOOKER I ETEKINAKY SURGEONT Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty a Oficeup Ulrii over store recently accu tit Kichmouil Harness Co Bast 8t- Rkhmond Ky apr71yt 11 C JASPER M D Medicine and SurgerytOftice Pratlier Telephone HI residence the Carr place on roadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D GW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine andurgenj RICHMOND KENTUCKY 44OBlcc and residence on Second Street DENTAL STOGEBY 1at Soott 1NTVTcLOUIKVIUK KJI iOUlo next door to Inrcrnmrnt ItiilldliiK Ri hmSnd Ky Oftlce hours9 to 171 to IimvlTIy nl FRED SMITH DEN 1ST aomt over Colllnn Grocery same office lauly ncrupled by Dr W W Durgln jsnltly Dr LouisItLandmanl No SO West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky teb- iGlyILL1O1EThL I SHOUT LINE TO New Orleans nest Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leavea Lout throulhtoAsk your ticket ncent for particulars or write AgentwUiavillFree Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans A II HANSON WM A KELLOND n P A Chicago A P A lnnlmrllle Omqeb ani Ohio Iiihnj Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 65 am for Loulr1hLn 7 30 am Morehead and Lexington Accom S 00 pm New York Limited FPV 4 M pm EAST BOOND- tinirtonl and Morehead ACCOIDng 15 am New York Limited F F VJI am pmWashingtonAccommodation trains modally except SUn dallyThrough car service to new York- For information rates orsleeperrescnatlons tall pu or write K HOOD fRichmond Ky orOEOROEWDAmmV D D A C O Ry Lexington Ky L THE DESr OF THEM ALL 1 1 ELIPPlNCOTtS7 13 KONTHLYJAAC AZINE raurnLo ij tiuciuliilui rcmllis matter o atone diIr7 wr jcr1Ioiiia t ot rcPdr It rUftuM IM l i eTorjr lioiwclioW Bab tIll i SUuij ic whonVioL 5 mrntcoTT coy i+iuktnp LA1PM IA THE BUTTERFLY FAD I happened one night In my travels To stray Into Butterfly Vale Where my wondering eyes beheld butterflies With wings that were wide as a sail They lived in such houses of grandeur Their days were successions of Joy And the very last fad these butterflies had Was making collections ofboy There were boys of all sizes and ages Pinned upon their walls When I said plightIWe catch them alive but we kill them wayJuat is so yellow And his eyes such a beautiful gray Then here is this droll little darkey All black as the clay at our feet He sets off that blonde that is pinned Just beyond In a way most artistic and neat fAA boy with a head that Is carroty redgAnd a face that is funnily We cannot decide where to place himtThose spots bar him out of each We think him a treasure to study a leisure- A d analyze under a glass I seemed to grow cold as I listenedcTo the works that these butterflies spoke With tear overcome I was speechless and dumb And then with a start I awoke ELLA WHBBLBB WILCOX COY ED BROWN WRITES UP IRVINE AND ESTILL SPRINGSI Irvine which Is the county scat of itiII jg ft quaint looking village of about 500 or 600 inlmhitnntR and U located at tile hasu of the Cumberland mountains Words are inadequate to ortrny the beauty of the scenery surrounding Irvine bounded as it were on one side by the majestic mountains and on the other by historic old Ken t Bheof the K N I railroad but it thea lack Diamond materializes this little town will improve and grow and will become a most popular resort Time merchants of this village are Miller Wallace IunbarCoBert Powell who is also postmaster David Burg man Conroy Davidson and Thomas Williams Irvine has three churches a public school and coujt house The principal hotel is run by Mr Sam Tu dor who is one of time best hotel men in tho State He doesnt set the food before you in those little dishes which are mOle for look than to assuage times gnawing hunger of the cloisters of time inner man but he puts eventhing bo for you in a good oldfashioned way and knows how to cater to time taste ldlverymnan RimeEinhry The lawyers are Judge Kid dell anti his mon Hugh Itiddell and Clmrlin Milller son of Mann Miller and J B White Dr T P Gardner is tlIrvinepretty girls tllan any town of its size in- theStoto This is the former home ofw dMayorEditor Ansil D Miller of the CLIMAX and Mr Charles D Miller who is atcompositor on the same paper Coley and Gardner Wallace Irvine has two laree saw mills one employs 70 men and sawa about 35000 feet of lumber per day and the other employs 20men and saws 20000 feet of lumber Near Irvine is a barrel stave factory which employs CO hands The handsomest homes in tho town are owned by Mrs Friend and Mrs Bergman the latter being modern in its construction Thos Williams Sr and Mr Conroy are the wealthiest citizens Aiisil and Charlie Miller are grandsons of Dr Daniel who was one of the finest pliysi laims in his lny Their mints Miss Daniels and Mrs Gabriella Thomson ntill live in Irvine The last named is a grandmother of Mrs Neale nentictt of this city Ivitill Springs fs lomteil near Irvine and is onehalf utile fmni the Kentucky river and is one of time best watering places in time State time waters leing sulphur and clialyliejite Time pprings grounds comprise about tOO acres of land mOlt of which is mountainous time hotel is a tremendous building of several hundred rooms with many of tliw modern improvement8 Before the chi war the springs were run by Mr a ffYY YfAR OLD neighborsknow And why give them a chance to guess you are even five or ten years more Better give them good reasons for guessing the other It IS vey easy for nothing tells of age so- quickly as gray hair Allersjiuir Vigor It hides the under luXuriaatgtOwth of hair the cole el youth If never W restore color to gray hair It will top the from coming out iteo It feeds the hair bulbs f Thin brbecomes thick hair and ihoit halt becemes bag kIr 1ppeJlV a b ok en Hilt which ire will gtodly send you If yes fie not ebUIaaHtlM brae eta you eiectd frmn lbs UM ci tile VIr rI see doctor tt iC Pro thcmd oe IIIeuPt7- wRil tor yieerai iyil111 bs eaS 4 I Ant uaMe I W IaJ 1 gotAi Make9the food more delfckxis and wholesome i IrOWDt Vas Chiles Then people hud plenty of money and there wore sometimes sev eral hundred guests timers at time same time hut during the war it was allowed to run down The present ownerTCapt Thomas has built it np proved it until today it ranks with the amous resorts of time countrythe rounds are beautiful and are kept In ood condition Numerous patent and ropa swings and hammocks are scattered over the yard for the amusements guests There is a good bowling alley and bath house Estill Springs alm boast of one of the finest ballrooms iu the State vhero many of our beaux and belles trip the light fantastic toe rjchestmyears season has just opened and every thing promises a more prosperous summer than ever before and that it maybe is the viah of the writer Kn Buowx A Frightful Blunder Will pScaldca Salve the best in the World willg kill the pain and promptly heal Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers oils ftBestbox Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggist 5m Richmond Boy Honored tiThetween the students of the law departs ment of Georgetown and Columbian Universities which has been held for four years took place in Washington City at the Lafayetto Square Opera House and resulted in a decision in favor of GeorgetowimcThe question discussed was Re That the right of suflrage should b e restricted by au educational qUaiifis cation The affirmative side was ar gued by Georgetown and the nega tive by the Columbian students tlmre- nebaters representing each school tiicimmondsj JMrnegative proved to be the wit of the evening lie scored many antasing points against his opponents and was hardest one for the timekeepers to s top when his twenty minutes hind been exhausted Iu conclusion fire minutes as given to Mr Conboy to close the ebate He used this time to splendid and loft time affirmative side in good shape for the consideration of he judges The Post is evenmore complimentary of our friends eflort STKONO AGAINST TilE WEAK Francis W II Clay was the last speaker His ready wit and his epiw grams brought him plaudits from the audience in great abundance His arm curaent was constructive however rather than given to refuting the claimsw of the other side and his time expired before he was able to sum up the debate for time negative We findsaid tho speaker that our opponents have not showed you how to preserve time great foundations of political ethics but have argdedt about a matter nt temporary expedien cy Liberty if it mems anything means that your rights are not dependent on anothers will To strip any mILD of the Idiot is to make govern ment a vehicle by which the strong can ride at the expense of the weak Yhnn you have taken tho ballots trom your ignorant classes you have not got rid of them If the negro is dimc cult to govern now how will you find hUll when he is deprived of the ballot Everybody knows that limitations onc the suffrage in the South are not edu cational qualifications but negro dis qualifications Education docs not al ways mean an intelligent vote There are many men of much learning and little rense It has been argued that our system allows demagogues to lead tho masses Then let us eliminate the demagogues You say put the igno rant man out of the house in order to purity time honso but you forget that Its his house Once admit that a man may be robbed of his right because others think it is good public policy and there is an end to freedom Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows II was in n most dreadful condition My skin was almost yelloy eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides noappetitegradually growing weaker lay by day Three physicians hail given me up Fortunate Iy a friend advised trying ElertricUit ters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improve ment continued their use for three weeks and am now a well wan I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim Xo oneshonld fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tie at lerry Thomas Drug itore Sur cessora to W G White 5 ADVICE TO THE PRESIDENT JKew York Journal Mr McKlnley you want to be Presi dent a second tiino Time best way to be that is to end the trouble in the Philippines promptly Time best way to do that is to sink all jealousies of possi ble Presidential candidates and sand the best General in your arniy to sub due tin Phillpino Agutnaldo is a good General a viciousf cruel tyrant but a good General Otis iaa weak ling Everybody knows that You know frMr McKinley oruu wouldnt have sent lit there lie is too weak ita be A Presidential possibility and there you Ifebl1 t hes too weak to defeat AgtilHAldo and there you should feel Hesy Otis wilt not deftyo ofthe Vre- tt4dncybttAt Wo way t I i BAKINO POWDER SOBER AFTERTHOUGHT Tho President of the United State has misjudged the American people mul the conscience of the lint ion ime glamor of war anti the exubeiauct of emotion and patriotic impulse ac companying victory may cloud time moral vision temporarily hut withlhe return of normal conditions the idealt strumigofthanselves in Bucli a positive manner that the rebuke that will be administered to the President and his misguided followers will be both stunning and de cisive whoplundortilelaw are time siders and abettors of time foreign policy of the administration They have no further use lorpopulir government Militarism to overawe the people and set aside a verdict against them at the ballot box is the only thing that holds out to them the promise of uninterrupted rule and plunder They favor a colonial or im pheovernmentoBe not deceived by the spccionnar guments for expansion Imperialism nd militarism is what is meant Ex ansions is to acquire territory to be eopled with freemen and ultimately ade into states It is not expansion to subjugate tropical islands on the opposite side of the earth time popnla on of which has already reached the mit of their capacity to supply them with foodteImperialismreaches backward over the rums of em pires peoples and civilizations Time hideous form of time fell destroyer now asts its shadow across the path of American freemen Your ballots can dispel that shadow Do not permit the maybelostNatlonal CHEAP RATES ON SUNDAY ON THE CO f Taking effect next SundRY June 25 Chesapeake Ohio Railway willm round trip tickets between all sta on time Lexington Division onw tripWithput on this offers a good opportunity to visit friends and relatives in them Ountry and get back time same tIny See the ticket agents for further Inferwmation G W ILtI1NEYi Div Agent NEW YORX PAIOZ The Summer girls is as fluffy as ever Materials this season are time acme of delicacyPoplins and grenadines in transparent weaves are in active requisition Pop liuetto is very sheer and particularly ell liked The newest IL Q corsets are the n pret upimeortably span The princesso gown finds admirers adherents everywimereiLace is not only the trimming pit excellence but it is tho preferred iui entheSole do chlhe rivals crope tie chine in softness and beauty AltmitidSumumner gowns nro lavishly trimmed Colorings are more or less subdued if we except the automobile ret and a row Varying shades ul curl ct The refreshing fashion of giving rIream parties during the warm weatiiei is followed just an close v as ever it was if not more Progressive housekeep rs nowadays buy the Ohio freezer 09 it possesses points of advantage which are told in a little book which I will send together with anotherbook of recipes for choice frozen desserts for four cents in stamps My address is 516 West 1431 street New York Some silk embroideries are gleaming with jewels All outing cloths should be of the most precise cut and of the smartest stuffs obtainable An exquisite combination of linen gauze and line silk is called lumen of silk EVELYN CABLE SHIRT WAISF FOR MEN Tliefelilrt waist that garment of in eilable comfort which has hem etofoie c niflrmed its Umuliurating power to the daughters of mUll is to become an arji cle of male apparel Sweltering masculinity in tho east has agreed that it is time for concerted action with regard to a change in male attire durinx period of wilted collars and wet handkerchiefs such as these June days so signally typify and the decree will soon take effect in Versailles toxpressimgiiemsulveirveryfree1y of time oncomintr reform rind onrupto date haberdashers will put in large orders at once Mr Henry Struby is much pleased with time idea of time innovation and ex pects to dike out in vpnllfileoved cent pique whon tho fTrst invoice strikes the town EI Young has placed a order for an jaunty yoke effect with tucks aud plaits 1 dont see why thoy were hot thought of before said Mr W O Davis its he speculated on whether he w mid look lest in a tlotriqueJohnBomo pretty samples of white innslin Mr Chat II Rogers says that the cool placid look of the girl in the shirtwaist and skirt lies almost driven him crazy these hot days and he will be heartily glat jo discard his coat The county officials at the court house I nude stanj are tallcini of adopting a uni rettypfukThHereilUil11eIH of other advo c ttcH of time lilrtwRf f throngliouttilve eHtiy ltl K dnt iitrateki ob4aba k expe iioa Jiom alL IJ c Ca l Zctcky Fair Bstea The following are the dales for hold ing time Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported Richmond Ang 12 3 anal lib Lexington 4 gl st 8Ilays lliiKtonviltc August 85 lays Matiisonville Angnst 94ilays iwrenceburg August 15i days Lubaiuui Angi t 15 4 days olllinliia August 224 ilwy- eAlexandiia Augu 22 5 dayA- Loiiittville Colored FtairAtgut 22 5 11118IJprinanlown August 3lllnys llroatlhend Atmgu8t 24 days Shelbyvjll August 233 days yprincfleld August 233alsys lianlbtown August 2tI5 days LiiGrange August 303 days Florence August 80S days Klizabethtuwn September 5 4 day Howling GreonSpptember 13 4 dais Glasgow September 20I lays Guthrie September 274 days Hulse Cue September 274 days Oivtnsboro October 15alttya GRAND JOKE Editor Sommcrs of time Elizabeth town News tells the following joke on his bvtterliithl There fs a lingo joke on a well known lady of tills city She was appointed on the Ladies Reception Committee to entertain Mrs Bryan iu Louisville and notwithstanding time hot weather she rode fortytwo miles full of antiri atiomm of having a good lime and dog ae much as she could for the wife the foremost American While she was in Ixmisville tho entire Dryan family arrived in Elizahethtuwn and spent several hunts at this ladys house The hostess was not there to receive them and the host had to go out and get lila kinsfolk to do the honors The whole town enjoyed the joke including the writer but the visiting lady to Louis ville has hardly recovered yet Mrs Bryan said to list at the Louisville Ho l I called on you this morning and Mrs S and was sorr you were not at home I promised not to fny anything about this iu the paper hut it was too rood to keep If in consequence of the above there is anything like a storm out Maiu Cross street we will have to boardnronnd with the neighbors fora day or to Ha ha ha 114000000 SAVED I P E Dowe President of tho Com mercial Travelers Associationtestified before the Industrial Commission last elkIThat the trusts have thrown out of employment more than 35000 sales ell and have reduced the salaries of ore than 25000 That they have thus saved lip ard of 114000000 a year of which 60000000 comes from salaries 27000 009 from tho railroads and 28000000 from hotels That the public benefits from these economies in a general rise of prices iron pipe 100 per emit ironware 33 per centi furniture 30 per cent rubber goods 14 per cent i window glass 100 per cent cum in on soap 25 to 50- ents a box Ac Mr Dowe has obtained his figures from the most reliable sources His presentment of facts is therefore val able Part of his statement the figures of reductions in cost of production are arguments for the trust hit on the other hand what of the rise in time prices of goods what of the closing of the avenues of industry to competition New York World ERUNAS VICTORY Dr S B 0 DEAR Sin I feel t li likeancwwoman since using your Peru n Your t ihas medicineI t much ViU 11work and never feel tired out When I tirit began to use your medicine I couldntaweep my own room run the sewing machine or lift anything not evcB admit Iteven hurt me to ride or walk any distance Now I can do all this and I believe more and never feel the effects of It I feel proud of the way it has brought me out that I tell it far and near I can heartily recommend your medicine to any woman suffering from female dis case I know from experience that your medicine will do just what you say it will I thank you Doctor a thousand times for your treatment I shallrecommend your medicine wherever I go I know what it has done for me and I know it will do the same for others I feel that there are thousands of other women who would after using thnnkfulimyIfethatmenses without pain Why rI cant do anything but recommend Pcrutin Miss Emma L Boldcn Wllberforce O The reruna Medicine Co Colnro buSiO wilt mall Dr Ilartmans special book for women free on application to women only All druggists sell Pcruno Epworth League International Meeting Indianapolis July 2othi3d Finest trains In the South travel daily via the QvEcREscENTRoute one change to Indianapolis Liberal return limits on tkk ets via the Queen Crescent at one fare for the round jfcrlp Ask agentS MVa c awsa oa p i f i q 1a f rwflGEs OF sm A Book for Young and Old it SOUR SECURE I NERVOUSs t 230006 H SKIN OIEASED K VjPlASSI 250000 CURED innetItj1 I youwcrnromfliittjng a evilIrible remits ncro your eyes uieneil to 7it l rOOIlcnntntetnnyflaVATlorllLOODliicne1 ymptoma1rlaro TJIEIlLtII p afailum fnets caujid by early abiuo or later ex cefcsT IlnAO you ImgecJ with toIAU P XJtEATII byIL CUIIKANY HVAiucociaEr SIUICTUItE IMPOTENCY SK P niKT PRAINS UNNATURAl illS I IIDlIllLADDERdl CURES GUARANTEED The Wase of Sin sent frlO liy CONSIILTIITIONIQUESTION BLANK for HOME i REATMENT r rzs KENNEDY6IKERGANI CINCINNATI O Ii FREIGHT PREPAID 7tVorthtiftyleilatw dmacblnewitg jI all attach I meats wart ranted eRrs If 4 unot eat Isf nctory in 30 days money will be re fancied Send cash with order De scriptive circular application WHAYNB MFO co BOO FOURTH AVB LOUJSVILIE KY mch228ai your Zreigbt depot and If ud the frmlett Stn B1K BUS you hetrd raw ofp r ibe- riuIuiit 51300 WindoW 3EWDus ONE DOLLAR CvtlkUad iftWMMdUntwtlh SiUUgde- mtitxi UlM4 MttUMCW ArjIK ItlXKl rikUIB OKUU tlf fcklC UubjRlt nlimiluu You eon ezamliie It at jrournramt freight cti ot Iair joetmadit exeellyca rsprrCetrd eqnaltoorgnn taU atrIlO t uoooo tao gmatestvaine yoncver law and r o11P than organs adrted by ulberS at mere money iay rIt agenl sSr ppeIal daj uifcr price S3I75 tno tlM or JUll and Irelpht eluurgn 3175 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE Vprits i lttr Ca neer uadt berorr E ACME QUEEN bonottaeaaIuiAO smCTXST 11 T From the illuitratlon ilowii which rc direct front a pbototmphjroa can fonnwMiie Idea of its iiilil 3isde IVom polt quarter sawed nihite nnidomelrdoflltedaudonaamuted IIJ Ie fUII1OIllqtV iis Shlitl I Inns t3lnrbes wIde and welb ZOiunJs IVIaC5 It stps sa nlpolrlo l 4J 4 kS rool tVNIs en Cptr fu rlo rt Tn 11a Oelse IsPI Ir iCrnIOts 5m 5tsOrtiza i4a- narpQtiEd 41 i5Ietita5t 514 tC- i Sti kit mauiitcut Pee4 s hT tc415in of tbeceaebsedPIm Kvdshich rc ini highest grade Imtmmrnw cem IImS r4rn l also bet I4el1oothers etc licllows of the est mbber cloth ply iPtim-ws tod and flntai leather In TalTM 1 11t 14- cIE tJ1ro wIlh a iii iwpht 5 ie frenCh nickel plat4 prtlal fcaines tea rrv modern lmpr Tmfrnt r r Ih gm vrvM tisad t telwo ilrt bt phlhhd iU HAflTEED 25 YEARS tI Tfc75 uni a written blndmir SVjrear froarfttttee l y De em sad condition of h1ch UnT prt gives out Lltmpelr it free Try ts one monthnC- ye rtnnd 7ourVmoney ifyou are ni periectiy- UlvsL 6OO0tbonIII lAIUn anKilmliJUaVIt Jeilt wtttt ni ask your neifrbbor about us write the DnbHherofthispaperorIetr000ImISflNtionam Tampa Orleans 1L just r 71 catch from a j1Didto 71 lJII jr 5 4V ySSSSttSZSI umlntlonxawwe =ACME BIRDS WntTFFOllotRntI1FREEd arid chances This noTe it size No I if ucrIntek lplated ornamentations and tt1nunlne extra larp deep TCnulnett prrlI I1rmerir hand lonn lam ornamented b11ft eul banur and pereetoedtoyourraflPoadtationforauch a stove the freight is onl about nro for each miles wt at Icut C10no Arltlress SEARS ROEBUCK lI CO1NCJ Stan Bxbact h an UcroutMj rilUtleIdltoT npr56m t VYaIIPaperl In all time new rich Ilark colorings special ilesiaiia flVrc = 5 On up in price tothe flue Pressed Papers No use to waste your valuable time licking at small sample books ofold style job papers AVe have a number of Paper Hangers We nrge No t+ ++ +4+4 + + for banning than llioso who cut up otherwise distroy jour paper Shades Srounted on Spring Rollers fixtures complete reedy to hang from lOc on up in price o M111tI tOO 111J KY Wall Paper Window Shades Paints Oils atwaysthe Bank or Corn Exehaige Sat Bank Chicago or iernan Ezehenre Bank SSW Yoric or any TUrOan oreiprex company in Chicago ka aptiaI it ecrr sooououo one of the largeI Cheago andempiincaaiyt people In ourown building IIlru OKGSS SlLOII sd rus08 Iflelaa up also everythire In musical mntrumena at lowest hoiesaie price Write for free epedsi organ piano ani nfleaJlnrtrn eatalQlfUr AddreI 15a Eabak Co uroqr rUbIX4ita CO Inc Fulton Desplalnet and Watman St CHICAGO Florida Havana Solid trains finest In thi South Cincinnati to Jadisonvils daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to j fiiarri or flew with fast Steamer Service tt Nassau lcy Ylest Iavana Santiago and San Jum Low rte round trip Ccketsil in tel 1 1 Irelsht and IJusiflecs ILL nfcttIes = hours to Jackson viie 54 hours j SCincinnati to ihavana 1f 11I r c CiucinntL l m rl i iW y l57 7 l 75 l 7F m7JF 1 V K 1pooi Doit Got Bscild W 71We hav a n uiberof Heft g Qiators IceBoxes A7attfr White Mountain Ice Cream 1skoTtSaTkAilkizids L Tackle Hooks everyth Sun Perdho a Channel MudCa1 thing yolL tibout- the pertly ISrEcru1L 1aBae 1a1 experienced More New STREE- TRICHMOND SEARSROEBUCK r received Freezers ui- gr ta11 we will SCl Ot1 later CtI1 and see us iaJ KAZtLF RD i MPQY r4lN STItEFrRlCITMOND tV 15 t 11 11 th Yaungt 11 Ia Iha ffld1 f fie Morris Ckur f a rVori i i 1i line of Chairs is complete j i the handscHnest ever displayed this side of Louis yyule Frostnipped and all shriveled up are the pricesiWe keep all grades of Chairs but the lowest quality starts r iatgood and goes up i11 4VNot their selling price and o factWm tIY LI that my line of FuriiitureVChairs etc have stood the w test Entering upon pros W i pcrity is easy if you only r have the key here it isVr 1 NEVILLE MOBfRLY C 220222 W Main Street w DAY PHONE 23 NiGHT PHONE S3 RICHMOND KY REPAIRING GuarnteedALaE LANE0EATELEE OFTicIT7 2ND STUEET RICHMOND Ky I VV= El TEjiE1IVucan Chilled PlowrJimi JaIDIsc iirD11 as Collars flames Tries Backhands etc ik EI Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc 1JZI- L 1 1LF 1VMil Wjii BUGKLKY our experienced tin II1JVE3l ncr is constantly in demand fot guttering fE 3l roofing and repairing Iiill IV Et UndersoldI II ITaylqrfrh 3 ill m E3 ===lltf Iffi rn JdJilli tJ A BOON TO MANKfNDV DR TABLERS BUCKEYE iKfnwv PILEVTUE CUR f vcovcryfcrtheCrtainCurcoUNTERNALam riiNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINy r I 8WHEPlE KLL OTHERS HAVE FAILEDIBY MAIL TS CCMTC sMTrucsi GO CRNTS jMt F this Ske flST tlItt 4 For VJ PJRI1Y Ji 11flMS V1ltliStsV J 4 o- j J The Richmond Climax JA CffENAULTt Proprlnon 4IJd Editors Associate Editor WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1899 PUBLISHED rvKSY WXDNBSIT BT The Climax Printing Co PRICK PKU YEAR 150 IDEMOCRATIC TICKET t you covnui 401 nON WILLIAM GOEBEL OF KBNTON COUNTY 1 FOR KAILKOAD COMMISSIONER 3D DIST ICOL A W HAMILTON OF MT STEKLIKO f 1 ANNOUNCEMENTFOR WILLIlAMSthe actlou ol tne Democratic partyIWe are aulhoriied to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tucky subject to the will of the Democratic party FOR CODKTT CLEUK tVeare authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUQH DOTY for County Clerk sucject Partyf RAY BURN a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party i We are authorized to announce D n TEVIS theiFOB SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOUN F WAQBRS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W nALlAHD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject tathe action of the Democratic party We are aethSrized to announce MARTIN OBNTKY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD lIAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We arc authorized to announce JAS L AKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison coanty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Democratic Committee Meeting At a meeting of the Democratic com mittee of Madison county held at the court house in Richmond Ky on Monday May let 1F9J it was ordered eachiIll to select delegates to a county Dem ocratic convention to be held at thet Court House in Richmond Ky July S to nominate a Democratic candidate I to be voted for as Representative for Madison county in the next General Assembly of Kentucky The basis of representation in each votinc precinct shall be one deleJtate for oacli fifty votes cast in tho respective products for the Democratic electorial ticket for President in ISOGand one vote for each fraction of twentyfive votes or more cast at said election countyDeIlIOcrltic votinc precinct shall call the precinct convention to order and preside while certifytheJulyAll and others who supported the Democratic electo ml ticket for President in 1896 and those who pledge themselves to sup lort the nominees of the county Demo cratic convention shall be entitled to participate in tho precinct conventions J CmxAULTChm WiiiiJrrr Sec rilE female uillfge that brought it SOIl into notice by conferring the de gree of doctor of rivil laws on M Kin icy loft out v word that in his case should be in the degree Doctnr of civil service laws would more appro Jlria ely express it Stanford Journal Foit the sake of something interest lug at the State Republican convention it isto be fervently hoped that the feud fighters in Clay county will not shoot the lion Sam Kash the short horned uillygoat of the mountains until he hiss a chance to let loose just one more oratorical effort of his IifeLouisville Times I G WHITE of Winchester 1whowas summoned to Manchester after the killing of Tom Baker has card III Tuesdayss CourierJournal giving his version of attaiN lie is a brother of Sheriff White of Clay and ol the White who was killed He theHtBaker fell anti insinuates that that was the shot that diet the execution He denies that his brother hal his gate nailed down and his doors locked or that a Winchester with an empty car tridge in it was found In the house CJIBrowerrCo11 LEXINGTON KY if11h ummer Hosts are Rsany i The golden harvest fields the warble of sweet voiced birds the mead ows alt decked In their clover I bloom are not surer signs of sum mer than the rapid flitting of our lines of summer stuff The list below is suggestion of what the J 1 stock contai- nsTiiuanetjiscompkie is Prices a- needveranda re Iritiuipk J Rockers Green fled or Varnished 150 Ann Chaira Oaior Red large and comfortable 225 Michican Refrigerators that keep ice nro odorless and dont get out of order S850 to 5vttoeMs i Wp carrjtbo largest assortment in the city and have every color price and size 75c 125 2DO 300 il 24 Ice Cream Freezers hl4 y Opened today This ia the third e shipment They are at least 20 cartktipg 1IJP C1F1BroerCo11 lA1N AND nnoADW AY XINGTQ1JKYJI 4iji HON WM fiOBEL NOMINATE ON THE 2tfl JALLIT Alter Many says Cental The Cevwiwrs Race C liltS lo a Clue at 1030 Last Night CONVENTION ADJOURNS UNTIL TODAY After many days the most turbulent convention that has ever been held In Kentucky came to a close in the Governors race and two great leaders of Democracy went down in defeat lion Win Qoebel of Kenton county receiving the nomination on the twenty sixth ballot Though the convention must have been tiresome to the people of Ken tucky and especially to the delegates it was most certainly best for Democracy that the convention should have deliberated so long over so important a decision where the best of Ken tuckys politicians have offered them selves as candidates for tho guberna torial chair The result brings joy to the victor and sadness to tim vanguish Oil but the grand old party has taught its creatures to endure defeat and rejoice in victory But the greatest victory wilt be in November when Kentucky will bid farewell to Bradleyism and place in his stead the Hon Wm Goebel of Kenton county resultinginlows 11TH BALLOT GoebeL 357 Iardln 37 Stone 377 1STH BALLOT OoebeL 3M Hardlo 357 Stone 380 16TH BALLOT Goebel == 3lt Hardin 357 Slonc 385 17TH BALLOT OSebel 355 Uardln 363 Stone 373 I8TH BALLOT Qoebel air Ilrdin 370 Stone 3i3 TH BALLOT Ooebel 351 Hardin 354 Stone In 20TH BALLOT Stone 3731 Uardln 370 Ooebe1 317 21ST BALLOT Hardin 363 Stone Ooebel 352 22ND BALLOT Stone 39- 8Uarditt OoebeL 333 23RD BALLOT Stone 30 Hardin 346 Goebel 367 Brown 10 Goodnight 3 Owens t ijj 21TH BALLOT Ooebel Sal Stone 348 361 15 Berry IY 25TH BALLOT 3773OoebeLhtone SSOiiStone2GTH BALLOT Goebel 659 Hardin = = = i31 LOUISVILLE KY June 27 135 p m Special Convention adjourned until oclock Itedwine refused to entertain motion to adjourn sine die pmSpecinlMotionlot carried by 572 to 510 LOUISVILLE KY July 27 840 pm Special Uproar over Hardins ef fort to prolong the contest by insisting upon dropping hind man injecting new names for that purpose THE BEGINNING op THE END The following telegrams wero rushed to this omen after Capt Stone was Ky June 27 1015 p m Special Madison cheered as her vote goes to Goebel LOuIsVILLE Ky June 27 1020 p m RiveGoebelLOUISVILLE KY June 27 1025 p m Special Goebel needs twentynlne votes to get the plum mSpeeialjAtclosed with Goebel a winner Hardin 531 j Goebel 559k pmSpecialGoebol BronstonSweeneytalk mSpeciallIcCreary probalilYCE- WPERSONAL a SterlinJtIshere atSwango fromIrVIneHon Grant E Lilly is attending efrcult court at wasinforCincinnati fewdaysreturnedfrontMrs Coleman Nell ia visiting relalives and friends in Lexington Mr Irvine Prather of Lexington visited his father here i Georgetownspent MissKatherlno UpoyIsvisiting returnedfromMr D McDpnald of DanvHle1 was registered Hotel Saturday vlItedLexingtonfamily Jacobs IstheMr gad Mrs Joe Harris have ro throughthe andFloteuceMt StorIng jamBCrllfeberton last week tJehRY8Nturlledin BoUnr Gritfe II ttT P 81JI P 0 1 i with MissesClarawwl Nell MeUhon1 Stanford Journal Mrs J Frazee and daubtsr nss1 iujtIItonMiss Nellie Farns operator at Sliver 011lliss1Josepbine Attorney Green Clay came up from Cincinnati Saturday and is the guest of relatives in this city Mr George Berry wife anti childrenj of Lexington are visiting T Berry in this county Mrs Henry Perry and family re turned Monday from a visit to rela tives in Jessamine county BusyBeethe Misses Park at Irvine Hon and Mrs Brutus J Clay entertained at euchre on Monday in honor of their distinguished guests Judge John C Chenault was called home from Louisville by the death of Mrs Estill Clay of Bourbon Dr John Bnrnam professor of Ian ijuagca in the Universitrof Missouri is visiting Miss Mary Mathews has returned to Ashlaud after a visit to Mr and Mis George Corzelius at Hotel Glyndon Mrs S F Rock and Mrs Walter todaytoMiss Helen Baker has returned to her home in Jessamine after a pleasant visit to Miss Leila Harris on Fifth street Mr Wm Parkes has returned from Chicago where he attended the Dental Department of the Northwestern Uni versityAftera pleasant visit to Miss Helen Bennett Misses Annie Clay and Elizabeth Spears have returned to their home in Paris Masters Nicholas and Overton Har ber will on Friday afternoon give a party to their young friends at their home near White Hall Miss Mattie Ferrell Is the guest of her aunt Mrs A T Chenault in the county She will leave shortly for an extended visit to Winchester Mr Milward Brown left Monday to attend the bedside of his brother Rob ert Brown who is very low with consumption at his home in Louisville Mr Rodman Keenan arrived home from Richmond this week He ex pects to take a course in law at Central University next year Harrodsburg Sayings Mrs Dr Hanger and children have returned to Stannton Va after a visit to her mother in this city She was ac companied by her sister Miss Belle McDowellA Indiana dispatch announces the engagement of Mr Arthur Chorles of that city to Miss Carrie U Ritrgs formerly a member of the faculty of Madison Institute Miss Lizzette Dickson arrived home yesterday from a delightful visit to Miss Van Greenleaf in Richmond Dr John Burnam of Richmond is a guest at the home of Mr China Stephens on East Third street Paris News The following young ladies and gen tlemen are attending a house party given by Estelle Poyntz of Mont Komery county this week Misses Mayme and Madge Hart and Sallie White Messrs Henry White John Goodloe Harry Frances and James D ArbuckleMrs Perry ol Richmond is visiting MrsT WestThe following wheeluien from Jessamine attended the L A W meeting at Richmond Jno O Perry Jr J W Overstreetand son John Jr and J W Masters Nicho lasville Journal Mr Spencer Smith is visiting friends in Richmond and GeorgetownMr Mondaytographic artviews for Underwood Underwood of New York City Har rodsburg Democrat J T Hamilton wife and eonHarvey spenttheJulia and Pattio who are in business in Indianapolis The former in a thelatterMrs Mary Betts ono of Richmonds most efficient teachers is spending va cation in this county her old home Miss Kate Tnbble who has taught school in this county for was one of the teachers examined at Richmond last weekWincheatey Democrat Judge Jno C Chenault of Richmond and exGovernor Eagle of Ar kansas attended the Baptist Associa tion last week and were the guests of Mr and Mrs A B OldhamMiss spendingSterl1l1jtSentinelDemocrat Misses Annie Louise Clav and Eliza beth Spears arrived homo Wednesday afternoon Iromt visit to Miss Helen VanGreenleafmond Ethel Myers of Covington and May Escott of Shelbyville are entertained by Miss Lizzette Dickson on East Third street Bourbon News OeorJeFleeceducting a school at Middlesborouiih for some months past returned home last Friday Mr Fleece is a young man of exceptional educational attainment and superior mental ability We are glad to learn that he will assist Prof Jackson in the next session of the SchoolCampbeIlsvilJe Mr W C French has returned from Harrison Mason and Robinson counties where he has been in the interest of John B Chenanlts candidacy Mr French also visited relatives and spent one night in the house in which he was wnyhomehis brother who id there from Call fornia attending the bedside of his sick son This is the first time these brothers have met for twentyfive years Mr Clarence E Woods who is in Louisville attending the convention as special correspondent of tho CLIMAX has been unceasing in his efforts to rush the news to this office Hw tele everytwentyon the CLIMAX bulletin board in front of the office We feel no hesitancy in saying that the appreciates the enterprise the CLIMAX has displayed and also Mr Woods capacity as a cor respondent and newspaper man toiuiond Ky There will be present at ofWashinjttollRevenue and wife and the Hon aud andMrsson will be in Kentucky about two weeks and will visit Co and Mrs Wil toDanyhileWhile it is given out that the assembly at Mr Clays is of a purely na ture nevertheless it is that the prominent men will formulate some plan in regard to Kentuckys Republi can polities whereby a strong candidate GovernorNicholnaville CourierJournal RELIGIOUS Elder W R Lloyds Keeling at the Christian church at Hustonville closed Sunda night There were two addi tionsanda general awakening of the church Stanford Journal The First Presbyterian church will LordsSupperoclock eprvice Preparatory cervices will be held the lecture room Sat urday morning a t 1030 oclock a f1fi lftaflauPA1 QI 1 UtI rI = c 00- i1 i J- cl r MARRIED =STONEBJWSOJJ Mr Louis N Stone and Miss Maggie Bryson both otVal fey View were married at need- Lextlljttonrlday The bride is a daughter ol Mr and Mrs AI IJry son and niece of Mrs G A Roy man LumberColDMoyrhe Southern Lumber Cos mills la an Industrious young man This young couple who have the hearty coneralulations of their friends will reside at alley ViewFINLBYSCIILEGELAt the Metho dist church in Mt Sterling on Thursday evening June Sat 830 President J W McGarvey of Lexington united in marriage Rev A P Finley formerly of Alabama and Miss Eliza beth Love Rchlegel daughter of A tastefullydecorated being used profusely with myrtle To the sweet strains of music from the organ presided over by Miss Howell the wedding approached the altar in the following order R M Barnes Jr and Miss Margaret Jones W T Bryant and Miss Emma Weedon Rev Elbert Dawson and Miss Nannie Dark Icy George Schleeel and Miss Minnie McCormick then approached from the study the groom with Thos R Wilson meeting at the altar the bride with her maid of honor Miss Edna Schlegel of Richmond who like the attendants came down the aisle The bride carried white roses the maid of honor impressivebutthrong of friends who crowded to its utmost capacity tltp building The ennobling qualities the bride reared in our city are wen known The groom has a large circle of acquaint ances and friends as ho was pastor of theSonlerset Christian church in this county during his course at college He had nreviously graduated from College of the Bible and on the morn ing of his marriage hind graduated from the College of Arts at Kentucky Uni versity Ho is now pastor of tho Chris KentuckyTho the 950 train for n short visit to Virginia re sorts after which they will return to Burgin their future home Our best wishes for useful and happy lives at tend them Mt Sterling girls have special charms for preachers as Miss Schlegel is the third to marry a preacher in seven weeks and still there are moreto fol fow Advocate DBATHS GREEN On Monday July 25 Joo a twin son of Mr Mrs Charles Green of cholera infantum- JOIINSONRObt Johnson son of J J Johnson formerly of College Hill this county died at Plcasnrevillo last week after a lingering illness De ceased was a brother of Mrs R B Combs of College Hill and Dr Silas Johnson of Panola ELXINAt his homo in Louisville Tuesday June 20 Wallace Klkin aged 25 years Deceased was a son of Gar ret Elkin formerly of this county and had been ill for some time The remains were interred in Richmond cemetery Wednesday LOCAL Sheriff White of Manchester reported killed by Hampton yesterday Fourth of July Rates Low round trip rates are in effect from all points on the Queen and Crescent Route Dates of sale July 2 3 and 4th Ask your agent for full particu lars Y P S C E Detroit Michigan July510 Low rates via the Queen Crescent Route Dates of sale July 3d to Cth Only one change of cars to Detroit Liberal return limits See agents for lull particulars For Rout nowoccupiedbvMrs be rented for remainder of this year possession given July 1st J E GKEENLBAF Assignee mySltf Henry Kuehlcr Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky in vito correspondence with Mill men buyPoplarDry or Green Write them apr5Cm A ilaee lo go For luscious bananas ripe tipples cold ico creamsoda water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco and cigars go to A Dinelln next door to old Post Office Restaurant open day and nightS rn A Painful Accident We learn just as wo go to press that Miss Madge Hart who is attending a jumpedtromshoulder and ankle We could not learn the particulars owing to the late hour of receiving news- Republican Convention Chairman C C Wallace has issued a call fortho Republicans of Madison county to in mass convention at the court house in Richmond at 2 oclock Monday July 3 to select dele lo attend the State convention at Lexington July 12 to nominate candi dates for State offices Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports only about 50 yearhogs26 smooth fat cows 3 35 light plain qualityAbout3 50 per head lambs o cents Small crowd in town and a dull court day Addition to Central Universitys Faculty Two new additions to Central Uni versitys faculty have been announced for next session Prof Win Foster late of Princeton succeeds Prof U 11 Parks to the chair of Chemistry and Prof W A Read Phd formerly of Southwest Virginia Institute will suc ceed Prof Green as Professor of Lath and Greek Arrested on The Charge ol Rape Alexander Miller colored of Kirks ville was lodged in jail here Tuesday byMarylocality JUIller was brought before Judge Turpin Saturday but waived examining trial and was held over to the Grand Jury in the sum of 200 which lie gave and wasi leased Maons Celebrate A large crowtlwas present at tho cel ebration of St Johns Da atKlrknville Saturday by Madison LodJte No 183 byRevlodgesinwere present A sumptuous feast was spread and the day was pleasantly spent Bud Dunn 3Candidale We are authorized to announce that IlOperoustlrmerantI will be candidate for Assessor sub JoeL to the action 01 the Democratic party Mr Dunn is widely known over the county a trne Democrat who has worked faithfully for his party and will make an efficient officers should he be elected A Narrew Escape houseSaturdayWalter Ballard and Roy White were standing gave way nnd fell to the feetbelowbytheof thnher nailed U the side of the wall and held there by tho tips of life lingers until a ladder was ice him Although th plink be ca3 OW38 only one inch AIr WS hi on with only ons hand for zpe i a ainte hf grip thins spying him from gndogb4dlyi nt t1 0 i t iit4JiwIH 1 u jA G it1e Wind jf of Werfmi BlrtH iTeSs no sweeterdory to humanity Than the Announcement that the healih4ver- and heaUhbringer Hoods Sarsaparitla fells of tire bitlhof an era of good health It is the one reliable specific for the care of atl Mod stomach and liver troubles Xods Sak5a1i4L- For Sheriff Mr Socrates Maupin of the lyings ton neighborhood wellknown farmer and trader a highly respected citizen and a hfeUng Democrat will in duo time announce his candidacy for Shier ifl of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic primary election Mr Maupin says his candidacy shall be made with kindly feeling to all opponents Mr Covington Retires Mr T T Covington one of the best known business men ia this city will retire after July 1 from tho firm of Cov ington Arnold Bro leaving the business to the Messrs Arnold who will continue at the same stand under the firm name of Arnold Bros Mr Covington who for several years has been one of the largest wheat buyers in Madison county will coutinue to buy the output of this and adjoining coun ties Reduced Rates Via L II R R One anti onethird fares for round trip to all points on or south of the Ohio river and east of Miss1ssippIgoud going July 23 and 4good nntil July 7 account Fourth of July One and onethird fare to Lex ington and return June 27 to July 7 good returning July 9 account Chan tauqua Ono fare for round trip to Cin cinnati aunt return June 27 to 30 evening and morning trains of July good returning until July 5 account national Saengerfest Married an Heiress If Mathew M Johnsons insurance is paid amounting to 125000 then his daughter will be art heiress and the following telegram from Lancaster will be more interesting Mr Virginia Gastinaw a wealthy young farmer residing five miles east of here eloped Jeflersonville last night with Miss Minnie Johnson a pretty sixteenyearold girl of this county and there married The bride Is the youngest daughter of the late Mathew M Johnson who died three years ago leaving 125000 life insurance The elopement created a big surprise A Painful Accident Circuit Clerk Newton Bright of Montgomery county a cousin of Mr G G Prewitt of this city met with a serious accident at Alt Sterling last week Mr Bright had bought a pistol a few hours before the occuranco and was loading the revolver when it was discharged the ball entering below the right ear and lodging at the base of tile brain He is one of the most popular young men In Montgomery county and is engaged to be to Miss Bettio Owens a niece of Mrs J1IPoyntz of this city The wedding was to occur today but has been postponed on account of the accident Richmonds Horse Wonder The fastest quarterof a mile paced performcrtins byEmperor byMrtrained by Cipt Thomas W Price of easilyin28ilhisseen on the Lexington track The great John R Gentry has done a mile quarterMaud Emperor Tho filly is one of the handsomest purest gaited racers in Kentucky is without a record and entered In various stakes throughout the country We Knew All About it Those tew citizens of Richmond who remained at home were kept informed of the doings of the convention and of Chenanlts chances by the CLIMAXS special telegraphic service Mr Woods was In the Reporters stand on the stage of the convention hall and tele graph instruments transferred the news as fast as it was ground out Con postbulletinsfriends were in possession of the facts red hot without waiting hours for the papers state news On Saturday Mr Woods sent us over a thousand words and crowds of people stood about our ofllco bulletin until nearly midnight when tho last message was received at adjournment For the exclusive service reu dered the CLIMAX has received many compliments Furnished Teachers With Questions As a result of recent inspection on the part of County Superintendent J W Wagers into the certificates held by some of the county teachers whom he believed had secured questions and an swersjfrom parties peddling same had arrested Friday evening and lodged in jail Leon Lewis of Berea who was al lowed bail in the sum of 300 which he gave Saturday evening and was released Margaret Scudder colored of the same locality has been placed under bond to appear before Judge Turpin next Saturday for the same offense The rigid investigation by the Board may result m the arrest of oth ers before the week Is past A number of the teachers that passed the recent examination will be refused their cer tificates although their marks entitle them to same A number of certifi cates issued in May will possibly be revoked How They Stuck to John Rarely if eyer has a State converi tion been of such local interest intensified It has been by the candidacy of Mr John Chennut of this instructhigthqelso and sending them untrammeled in his interest the many friends who accompanied our candidate attests his great popularity at home A list of those who went to Louisville in his be half is not obtainable but suffice to say somewho went ten days ago have never left him for a minute while others whom circumstances compelled to come home have returned to or three times Whatever the outcome of this memorable struggle Mr Chenault will have the tatisfaction of knowing his county men were at his back encouraging him by counsel and personal endeavor rnshhimUnion Services As usual the pastors of the churches of Richmond will conduct union ser vices Sunday evenings at 746 oclock through the uiontfis and August These services are always enjoy able and profitable They afford the pastors opportunities to hear each acquaintanceincongregations opportunities to illustrate how good and pleasant it is for unityWe s arranged i JriY 2 First SundaynevWRLloylJ- at oKSmithIuportSdAAWensnt JltbAUGUST 6 First SuridnyrBev W R Lloyd at Baptist church rKSwlta1blrdSandayRqv8IOWe1IIt 1flwkt2 i ii i fe lJl Jy Damage Suit AjpfMt Fa Cewpafl- y7T Set4edVIn the 500 rdaraage suit of Margaret Prince executrix of Thomas J Prince against JB Cbenault and others directors of the Mmll1oq County Fair Association the demurrer to the petition w sustained n Now Dont This Jar You A Knoxvllle Tenn jeweler lisa ac compl hed a wondorful feat in enirrav jag Holisa engraved upon the head of a common brass pin all tho letters of the alphabet and tins figures of 1S09 This is upQii ft surface of 110 pf an inch m diameter Somerset Paragon Pigeon Shoot The regular shoot of the Madison Gun Club en Friday evening June 23 was won by Dr If C Jasper T J Smith Jr being away from home gave Dr Jasper a cbance Folio wiiiR is the score Dr It 0 Jasper IIIIOIIIOOOIIUIOOIIIOOII 17 Dr V H Hobson mnoiOU101001101Wl m16 Robt Edwin TurleyIlOlOOlllllUlOOOlOOllOlll 15 S Nevil SIoberlejC011i 111100IllOOIOOOlll2 C DChenault 100100000010001101HG110I Ii B Shackelford 10 MltcheUlJI011l00000000lOOOlOOOlQ9Joe T T 1001000000001001010000010 8 Wailer Cheaaull The next thoot will take place Friday evening at 330 p in A special shoot will be given on July 4 at which time Mr J D Gay of Pine Grove one of the finest CJay Pigeon shots in Ken seventyjourshootwith the local club Clean your gun boys nd be prepared to meet him Lovers of Language Linger Here paintingthen Ipimitableloveliness of Rockcastle Springs Read it and experience transport of delight Rockcastle Springs Ky June 18 This is and after a perfect day the night has come with equal if not greater glory Thin full moon has not a cloud to dim it and the river shimmers beneath its sheen with barely the suspicion of a moun tain mist to dim its brilliancy Yet are the stars not hidden in the glory of the moon for through the moist air they spirituallybeautifullowland of the world Stars are never truly In supreinest glory e in mountain lands It 6 a Sabbath night quiet placid demurely joyous with a voice now and then a ripple of laughter occasionally and the distant strains softlyformelody than their own hearts make The cliff Biles are shadowy with dark reccKsiS where lite mouths of caverns sombre with overhanging rock but as the trees wave ill the night wind flecks of liuht are sighted through theirleaves Memories are beautiful and in the wakening dreams I have are vivid as visions born of sleep Dreams always carrydreamsis the dream of my life Mrs Estill Chenault Clay Died in Chicago- A telegram Thursday announced the sad intelligence of the death of Mrs Estill Chenault Clay wife of Brtitis J Clay Jr who died in Chjcago on that date Mrs Clay had been to Hot Springs Ark receiving treatment tor rheumatism and on her homeward journey to Paris Kentucky she went to Chicago to consult a specialist who pronounced her suffering due to an ab cess iii her side Khe consented to an operation which was performed Wed nesday and resulted in her death Thurs day morning Deceased WAS twenty husibandmother to mourn her untimely end She was the only daughter of Jephtha and Laviuia Chpnault her father hav ing died twentythree years ago from a similar trouble She was a first cousin of Judge John C and n M Chenault of this place and has numerous relatives throughout the county being a daysMrsreceiving her education at Madison In stitute She is well remembered by sunnyterperamentwas handsome ns shcv was noble The remains were broght to Richmond Sat urday night anti after funeral services byRevsLloyd of this city wore laid to rest in our beautiful city of the dead The sympathy of many friends goes out to in this sad hour of bereave ment Berca College Commencement The Annual Commencement of Be WednesdayAand the exercises were unusually in teresting It seems in former years that if thero had to be a bad rainy day it always fell on the day for Berea Commencement but last Wed nesday was fair and this added more to the pleasantness of the occasion Dr N W Attnburnof New Yorkassisted by Rev R G McClelland of Ohio ado dressed the graduating class After delightfulbasketgrounds The past year has been a very successful one in the history of this college antI President Frost together with the faculty are highly pleased over the work done The future holds out even brighter pros pects than have been realized in the past Following is tho program in full MOUSING SESSION 000 Music by the band Music All Things Bright and Beau tiful School Chorus Oration Shall the Republic be Per petual R C Lowe Medina Ohio Essay Before and After Taking Anna Hanson Borea Oration Fret Not Because of Evil Doersjllenry O Tinsley Pittsburg MissCarrIehighStationsOhio Oration Have Steam UpMovelr It C Beard Appalneliicola Florida Essay Eulogy on the College Belle Ilnllio F Embree Berea Oration Secret forces Edward A Chapin Litchfield Ohio PussyCatPopeOration Disgraceful Win Miller Richmond Oration The Time Is Short W D WyomiinrOration Our Business Harold IL Hunting Berea Oration Find a Way or Make It John W Neleey Chicago Illinois Oration Life Up ill America J Carl Fay Germantown Music Hosanna in the Highest Harmonia Conferring degrees and premmtaliqnj of diplomas Music Colull1bi School Chbrria Benediction Recess and Basket JJunch AFTEItNOON SESSION 200 IMusic by the Hand Unfold Yo Portalfi1 Har monia Address WW AtterburyD D Students Address Roy R G McClelland Short AddressesV CoiningIJenedictiQir STATS OP OnioCity orTouji o 1 LVCAS COUNTY J thoJiothoCitysaid and that lid firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars Ifor each cannotbeFEANKJ CHESEV Swprn to before me stud subscribed hi oDJcqnberAA WGiuisoxr f VtLNotaryPtthhic Halls Catarrh Cure is rakes Intersui- lJy anti cats directly on tle bla1 au4- 1mucotigsiurfaces o the syis Sepid tot testimonlsls free if Sold F J CHWHT Co Tei o p f JfaUf a4ltl7 IiJati r liJJ It r X lC XreI f NEW CLOTHING STORE IL f lj B5OT I oirMaiirStrccjnexttoandThiesi1incof Tt Glothing Hats and I i Furnishing Goods IEver opened in Richmond We have a few goods left we brought front our FirsttStor that we will sell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long as they lastOur aJ new goods are of the LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES And at plicesthatwill surprise you 101 quality and fit Dont buy until yoitri have seen our goods We guarantee to sell you more goods and better Il qualitiy for the money than ever you got before Our Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened Suits to measure alld FIT GUARANTEED at from 1000 per Suit up Call andsee us and save money at The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond Main Sfc Next door to Farmers Nat I By Special Request Dr Goldstein Has cided to Remain a Few Days Longer It is my specialty to fit glasses in such a manner that they relieve the eyestrain perfectly fitting the eye with spectacles that you can see with ease and comfort thus preserving the eye In examining the only the latest and most improved methods and in struments are used Physicians especially are invited to call and investigate my methods of correctingerrors of refraction Many cusses of headache neuralgia nervous ness irritability insomnia vertigo nervous prostration and the seeming stupidfy of children are often due to defective vision caused by an abnor crystalhino retracting media of the eye and are relieved at once upon application of the proper glasses Ninety per cent of the people over 40 years of ago need glasses themforUtssses are not always given to im prove eyesight but to relieve undue strains in short to assist nature Thou sand of eyes are ruined Seven persons out of ton have nefther alike and one out of 20 Astigmatism hence the necessity of testing each eye giventoeyeOptical ad vances within the lost few years the correct adaption of spectacles has be opticIanadjustlugproeious doeshisfort and ease to hula patrons but in many instances restores sight cclectingit be attempted without the aid Bloatilflportrnt quailtywearer looks directly through the ceo facebecomenecessity Fitting children with spectacles n do not neglect your child drens eyes Difficult cases solicited All questions in regard to the eyes cheefully answered CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION YulE Olllce hours from 10 n nm to 3 p m nt Glyndou parlors Richmond Ky ESTI LL- SPRINGS1 White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN ht T 1st On the R N L B Railroad and the Kentucky River in the midst of Mountains And Romantic Scenery The Vhita Sulphur is specific for skin and Jcidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths irr jtbe house f EfSo further particulars address it11L M- may3l4zn IRVINE KY htanuilou IfflsiraMs Insure yocr dweIina baras and afl Mher property in the BIos Orasi luanuwe Compa ny of XezlcctOB Ky a hone in lives protection aealnst Jre Lightning and Tornanor The cbeajwat and most reliable company for the people of pur county now opvTaUnf is the I4Me slid B tc cheaper crryear as lotsg oenftii Ia the company or farther ialorttIoa eali oa thei aM AtosyaILawjeu4t Covet sessst dsr o lta4s a iustO psa4v L CAT Pea I 4f jc 1 ISfe CUSTOM TAILORING DEPARTMENT Bankmay36m 554 I ra r css r- ar Iim c = u oc 1 91EI n q ng- p Eoz gm R Dr aatttttElders BARGAIN Store 4 IN CLOTHING Mefls Suits at oo ill ri upBoysw Boys Pants at 15c up NOTIONS Gents Laundred Shirts assorted colors 25c up 4S Gents Undeishirts25c up Gents Drawers 20c up Ladies Vests 5c u c upTowelsC Corsets25c up svw JCuffs15cSuspenders M oc up UpwuiAsstFireScreens lOcup OUR LINE OF LADIES GENTS AND CHILDRENS SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE JtORl VARiED AND LARGER TIIANEVER BEFORE Call and see them IN RIBBONS Ribbonwwe lTc No 40 15c No 80 20c ecmks See Our stock of Corsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Roy Dr Norsah 4 H IN HATS AND CAPS upswBoys Nire Straw Hais up Mens and Boys Capsbcup IN CARPET iL w Hemp10 up BrusselspBugs25c up ii IN ItipCakeupTeaspoonsTablespoons tc setup F upJuutcMattingslOc up jMt HARDWAREV eachFiihup8inchww 4Ott 1tai ttitaY Saitov 6 RespectfullyjSubmitled to Cash Trade c E V ELDER 4 AGENT FW McCALL PATTERNS wST GtrigvTel l ClJr i4yslEL bC SCSSI aT SIT S avaor vs SIAliaalsV t Ii Ii e i ir a PCUl4TheSr 3PECIAL PRIC 13seo44 lssikt ares ssz wi urse- WE SAKE THIS TOP sGyfIbIv5TlW5 PSISM Can muw i MiMM 1IU Ml S38BO l r TT Fr 0 i I ti If1 1Y1LI IRICES- I astI relief and comfort in Astbtua eqoalIHit june7lm fret of other help to ahead I tEN TO AN TO 1 COME AND SEE US I ALLTSEE A FEW OF PRICES BELOW Indie nil solid leather Oxfords 4 Ladles nil solid leltberOxford JJonRoIa Kid or Calf common sense eize 3 to 8 EEprice1 worth 25common sense Coin too or patent tip Fizrt to 8 E Ladies extra iiVworth 60light weIKht Kid Oxfonls Black Timor cowman snnse or Coin toe Julpatent tip size 2J to 8 D or E price or 4 hidies fri 2 button low iI 50 woFlli 752 00boefi A1 The Go+ Ladies Vici Kid taiiMace heel patent Up ventinc size 2J to 8 E prIe H worth 2aprinp Coin toe FIze23 to 7 E pnr 75 wrthIIt1ie8 Viei Kli itt 2 25 hcojr BPrlB heol lace or button kilWen unew Tan Box or patent 2 to 8 Ioi E fid worth 75 2 CO i7ni or button all style size 0 to 1L U I and K i 3 00worth 3 50newPan Box faltIightor dark sbado all t1o size 6 to 11 HCaiid+ Mei Black orTan Uft i 3 50 worth 4 00 t Mens Black Soorr W 50 IREOEJSuccessors WALLACE RICE 0o i i Ss e 9 O ti BARGAIN SALE 1OJ s E c3seoktvic I I E I i 1iu fl U1O- E j1fk On the first counter our sfore wilL find a selection of Clothing of which you can take your choice just One= Half PriceWe manylotsto clean them up we have placed them o all on the BARGAIN COUNTER at onehalf price For instance 0 IOS S S S mas people the cob get OUR nice 2J Kid top kid tip toes toes to of at u A 8500 SUIT FOR S250 A 810 SUIT FOR S500 A 51250 SUIT FOR 8625 Dont let this opportunity pass 1iesiit e Sesssseoesesr t anotherThoseSarpaparilla are glad to tell others about it A bloodhound is noted for lila dog god perseverence ONLYFE- P DAYS LON6ERWI t i 4E I OneFourth Off ClGaring J1- eI will last w 7rrnI I By the forelock if j bii wan t the benefit of the OneFourth I On all Heavy Goods such s Suits Overcoats ShocsTzlii- 1C1iYCI1 llfltSC LII I CTflTUP 2flIII inriiilii Vi I I I1II1U r MONEYS WORTH pj3CU1TT nigTheWEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist A picnic will be given nt Mallory Springs Friday Have you been in Stouffers new store on Slain street if rBereais to have a fair August 30 31 and September 1stceStouffer has moved to Main street next to John G Taylors u Grisgby Muncey have rooms to rent Read their ad on first page tiogies whatCall on Hipgins Loxon court day for special prices in vehicles mySlfii rA J Ross a fish to nuui FoberIrdrouthit Democratic precinct convention Saturday Every Democrat should nextto tend Twentyone coloied school teachers were examined for certificates last week slEcounty thofnear RuthteathPiof C U Adams opened life cltus in phiysicaI culture at Masonic Tern pie Monday tiightA atIStouffer took more than 100 meas pantsNewStoufTer sells more clothing for the money than any other clothier New store Main street tf lligiis Luxon have a carload of buggies and carriages Dont fail see them when in town iuay31lm A beautiful Chickoring piano wade of mahogany can be purchased from G Evans Jr for 00 jueUtl Barney Kelley who fell from his stable loft a week ago end injured lila spine is able to be out again bldressready picturesque old mansion Stouffer has taken more measures for suits to order this spring than nU the rest combined New store Main St- tf Mr T J Curtis sold Thursday to J 11 Dilliuglmm of llatte City Mo liis fine hay stallion Curtis Squirrel for 500 CityCouniilast gjbrhtenweeds in the yard of Air Gti Pro wilt on Third street The fuutnlalion for the Methodist church at Ollege Hill has beeu laid The house will possibly be ready for dedication September 1 It was not John Kiddell formerly of the revenue service in this city that itvasbhasalter being in session five days HJune15William Alaupin and George Wll wore both colored who were arrested at Farristown by Uepuiy sheiifl li W Colyer for obstructing the highway were released on bond Bstruckwooden cthreetitle year in the jeriiIeIotiarya We are closing out all our goods in order to remodel our house Clothing hats shirts and underwear at your own price at StouUers new Alain street tore next door to Farmers National Bank tf John Y Sparks a young man liv log near DripBock Jackuu county was perhaps latally shot by liUcuuniu gweaponsaccidentally discharged Mr S A Deatljerage secretary of the Madison Fair Association can be found at all times in his oflicoin rtio MoLerley Arcade where he wilt ii e glad to sea you and is runuingover wit Ii Information regarding the rnlr to take place here August 14 18Wr Tom Bakers widow says she pravs phisHI id tlowaids they can She declares liesIhl teach her children that it is their duty to kill ever man that had a hand in the murder of their fattier It Is said that a Lexington woman recently declared that ham antI were the only vegetables she hikede cept ice cream This is equal to the avowal of the late John Eaton of this county that lila wife wouldnt nat an kinti of fowl but possumWiuuliei- ter DemurraL S Neville oberIey lias an adver tisment on the first page of today s CLISIAX that should be read by every body that desires to save money Air Mqberley ia constlnally offering induce huyoui you are likely to be the looceY Kentucky editor iiidiscunslnjc a little tract sent him on the t What must 1 do to bsaved an swer thus tritely and truthfully if a little Irreverently Pay your subscrip tion So the county paper atid quit bar towijift the paper nearly every thing el yon u e frpai your nf ar 0 atvi StttfauU MondayhtReal Dr Goldstein advertisement H loi daysiger300 sample summer coats and vtstH just opened in till the latest and best styIe at less tbsu manufacturers cost to be closed out StouQeru new M oppositeadison For Rent Six rooms over Higgins Ellis gro ry store for rent for offices or resident Apply to J T McClintock Richmond Kentucky je28tf PUSLIO SALS Having decided to leave this place the undersigned will sell at public zinc zt town of Irvine Kentucky Monday July 17 1899 a nice house aii lioiieichin firstclass condition with neces sary outbuildings The lot is 40x150 feet This residence is located in the best part of the town Terms made known on day of sale r further particulars call at this of fice or address AlHs O THOMPSON vine Kentucky je283t A Novel Device addedhisco r biffinsframe work which fits around the grave A cross this two ropes are ntretched on which the coffin rests By thin simple turning of a crank the collln is loweied owly anti Eteadilv When the x which is alieady down in the grave is reached a spring is touched and thus this ropes are loosened and e frame is ready for removal from the avo Mr Moberley tells the CcitxStat there are only two of chines in tlie State the second being in Paris fter DinnerTo assist digestion relieve distress 0toHoods PSSold everywhere 25 cents The strike of streetcar employee at Cleveland O has been settled Digestos Dyspepsia Tabletsletoen an fodat all druggists w enillingdependent ticket A sallow jaundiced skin in a symp fr t springsomood whiclt cheerful smessjj fu tinctionsat Perry Thomas je7irnea There have been five deaths from yellow fever at Santiago Cuba out of thirtyfive cases New and Valuable m B leellsnew theory in the treatlndntclfcOugllRa lung and ys5 iaiuicdlate relief to consumptives Gov Roosevelt was wnte with liandsomeilers at the reunion in Las Vegas N M I was seriously afflicted with n cough for several years and last fall lied a more seven cough than over before I have used many remedies without re ceiviug much relief and recom m wendedCough Remedy by a friend whoItk gavetresults The first bottle re lieved me vary much and the s coud n teotyears Respectfully Mrs Mary A tC Perry1hiomaa w bithfor mot any wages iiIIand cannot sleep at night a dose of Dr ells PiueTarlloney will give aturalrest and refreshing sleep youhl a cough at onna and cures a cold one night It heala the throat chest nd lungs cures la grippe perinanentlv does not stupefy is harmless Mill dren love Old people like it Good druggists sell it Price 25eiOscar Feebock aged twentythree committed suicide at home neat Cyiithiana Ky by shootingiStreet Incident My Dear Sir exclaimed Lawyer Bartholomew Livingston meeting thi Rev Archibald Windliam on the vii huge street what does this mean I thought you wart laid up with all sorts o hAndgentleman I had an attack of indiges ion and from that time on my whole system has been m a disordered con dl tion until I hogan taking Hoods Sarsaparilla which has put me on my feet and cured all jay stomach trout bles I dont doubt itsaid the lawyer This same medicine cured my wife ol rheumatism and my little girl of scrof eta When they say Its the bestuiPdi clue money can buy they only tell the truth Yos so they do replied the minister antI the two passed on 1m William N Green ot Laurel county patdonedAside froth the serious Inconvenience and pain caused by piles there is atendency to fUtula and to cancer in the ealhowectBuckeye Pile Ointment in an iufallihlo remedy Price 50cU a bottle tubes 75 cents at Peru it Thomas je7lm Th honorary degree of doctor of civil law has conferred President McKInley hy Mount Holyoke Collego coughed 25 Years I etiffereiUcr 25 years with a cough and ppent hunUreilg of dollars with doctbin and for medicine to BO aVHll BellFiflSTMHoeyrl it IJM MYfti wy HJiifrf jioitll t r A- Li c L I Planters CUDAN RELIEF cures Colic henrnlEiannii Toothache In five mnnutrq 5nhrtomteI end Summer Coinplaluts ItUe 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successor to W O White Twentytwo cases of small poi nrf edlemfrontThe Worst Col H E er Had DrBeltsdruggists Mo cure uo pay William Stnbbs n Lyon county farm er waff found lead in his cornfield chilldriinemaciated weakly and in dantrer of ronvulsioi8 Whites Cream Venal popularremedyThomas june7ltn A man was lynched by an Alabama mob The Modern lieauly Thrives on good food ami sunshine witli plenty of exercises in tho open air herfacealaxativeand pleasant Syrup of Figs made bye California Fig Syrup Co only forddenpurposes If your sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before your eyes or you have pains on the riglitside undei an th derangoshdregulate at Price SO cents at Perry Thomas june7lui In the Ia t three years the United ates lisa sold abroad 1300000000 more than it hasbought Planters CUBAN OIL cures Cut Burns Bruises Kheu mausin anti Sores Price 25 cents WWhIteIO povertyOIIMr P Kiicliraan of Pike Calve During my brothers late sick ss from sciatic rheumatism Chain berlains Pain Balm was the only rem it Maiivlieraaf from pain which timid liniment af rds For sale by Perry Thomas ruggist uiie7lm Trouble is like a mudhole its easy ough to get in but takes all ones to get out Take care of time pennies and the p themselvesLargeof small things If wo take tare of time all things we are in effect taking care the largo things which the smallmings combine to wake Take care of what you eat when vou w stomachillrare of suck trivial things That is peopleavethat day comes there is no aid so ef fective in doing the result of past cure lemhicuiiscoveryuth restores time organs of digestion ac a healthytivityb palpltnonsooro of other ailments which are hut the symptoms of disorder in time stoin nch and its allied organs Money is an uncertain quantity itsso changeable familieshereSnow Liniment is not needed quickly cures cuts wounds bruises b nriis smith scalds Price 25 and 60 cts at Perry Thomas juneTlni Drpflinors are time worlds great arch eth the toilers are its builders This Is Good News Znetohi Ky June 10 1899Mrs trouledetany medicine that would give re lief until she bngau the well known Sarsaparillaimeher good It nut only relieved the neri- musimess but cured tier nf swollen nibs restored appetite and made tier sleep well It is not creditable for army girl In have several young men ontime string Bail management keeps more people n poor circumstances than any other one cause To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents he is ready to take advantage of- ti A little forethought will also save much Pxpenso and valuable time A prudent and careful man will keep a hottlnof Chamherlainu follc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house the shiftless will Wait until ne cessity compels it and then ruin his best i biglectorout 25 rents the other ia out a hundred wondetiwhyhIneivhbor poorer For sale by Perry and Thomas druggist JuneTlm I jir IIPSB Diakps al tasks seem hard industry makis them seem light Somethings are better than others hut as a general thftj man wants the other Planter NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspcp cIa Constipation mind Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25cts Sold by Perry Thomas sncceison to W O White Sonic people are like clocks they slow by their fares what sort of a time they are having Totter SaltKueum aftd Kczeini The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Mnny bad ytses have been permanently cured by it It 13 uafly emcient for 1tchin piles and hippieshappedind chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr CadjV CtdMls F w4cr are nit what a horse Deeds irbca in bad condition Tonic blood r1 cm and rermllug They m lot Iood but a4 HMVwi i te jmt bow U idsJ 85 ac jc 771 rnIIIOTT- II LLL III 1I LBnsye Cash Stores tireat Clear ance Sale Boys Clothing Will Mothers Wild to Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children 19c per pair Cliililrens Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and doulIe seat all colors worth 75c per pair are yours in this sale for 30c L Boys SI25 and II30 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reeffr styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to 11 the price in this clearance sale only 89c +4+ +4+ + 44+4 ++ Pmleimssnl Cawimero Suits well made in brown Hue scotch mixtures sizes worth 55 id anti 7 will be closed in this clearance sale at 2 93 si Mens Fine All wwl Suits choice styles and qualities in 0 single and double breasted sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds scotches and clays every suit in the lot worth aud wild everywhere from 58 to 112 take your choice and pick m this sale at i 193 Mens Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailored which stylishirsirsc ed selection front several hundred of these fashion stile Uihirmado garments worth from 14 to 310 C they go in this sale at SH48 Clearance thousand goods w RTIrFmIOND STFLTNG e E1 othr M1 Itmct LEXINGTON KY 160000 P1ID IsV LIYIXG BEJYEFITS SWCBB ol Ills mrni 4We pay profits living that Insurance CornIpay to the estates of deceased Largestprofits consistent safety and conservatism r precaution for protection the For particulars apply BOWMKNLEXINGTON KY iMftS MILLION Local Richmond Ky Fit as Nature Intended Oxfords 3N jeflss milleril RICUMONDisWiiawhexeitementatthe K CASH STORE is closing out their stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods All our previous offers that have convulsed the people are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the 7 GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Prices that were 4 crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale The that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Goods Wash Goods Clothing Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit en tirely ignored No wonder disgruntled competi tion stands aghast The BARGAINS we are dishingjout stand unequalled unmatched and That Make Buy Boys S2 00 nnd 250 Knee Pant Suits SM9 Our S S360S4 OandS500 Knee Pant Suits go in this at 2G9 all styles Cream of the Stock S Big Boys Long PatiOs Cashmere Hiiits worth S300 and 400 will disappear in this clearance sale at 198 S Big Boys 7 9 and S10 Long Pant Suits assortment of anti worsted cheviots Scotches utifinishiemfworsteds etc Take your pick and fit in thus sale at 408 0 CHANCES i 4 44 444 all Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes jILadles Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth 125 this rate per pair liens Shoes lace and congree worth will be dished out yon Site per pair Mens 175 and2 shoes will be JlOO Mens dark Tan Black Vial and real Russia leather 3 and f shoes they go in this sale 1J9 Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods I noceitleafancyper yard will be slaughtered this sale ISc per yd Nothlog reserved 4- I Organdies that were ISc and iBc per yard are now 12ie this sate Wash Roods all kinds cut half into Mens Suspenders me ahair ends worth 25c per pair are thin sale One lot of Slippers for ladles sizes 24 3 4 and some 8s that were atSOcperpatrFine Jacquails Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods Former price Thc and 85c per yard will be slaughtered in this sale at lOc per yard Kothinpr leserved Special Sate maviig oil Ladies Readymade white Underwear Ladles Headymade Dress Skirts Car4S j I greatestbargains ptt JI 1hNotspace clnaninu sate mr us We must havw room for our fall stock and time only way we see to get is to actuallyaway and throw out several dollars worth of the best goods have to our customers and let them byi1ICamlet1tvBringCASH CLEARANCE SALE to irake room and set cash to buy fall with Very Respectfully Ii OLDIIAM COMPANY = j MT AND GEORGETOWN a OF v 05000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS uTlw time same to the panics V with Every the of investor to K SMITH 4SECRETARYL T Agent They Tfifr Feet surplus knife Dress Hats goat sale 8 choicest In at Sunday in So to at at in at In of lOc in In it we A w J T BEASLEY J ERNEST STIVERS ff Still They Come Still They 3o 4 New customers are coming daily to take advan vantage of our bargains and the groceries we are putting out at low prices are going rapidly You want to be in the push and save money on all you buy Dont pay over prices on grocer ies when you can get them at the low prices we have placed on themi1c83 o3 O t1Lc 17lbs nest Granulated Sugar SI 00 11cxxxxlOcColfue Pore Leaf lard per 11tliNice tloar BMCOII good value per lliCe All kiudi of Meats just us cheap I Stir Scrubbing Soap two for FsIA lot of Granitevareatyourowu price EVERY rTHING MAflICED DOWN Dont forget us 011 Flim it will pay ouJ T BEASLEY d C03 PSONE 107 Next door Richmond National Batik ++++U++ +++++ f++++ ifi r JENNESS MILLER m OXFORDS AREHEREJr Finely made of SOIL VBLVETTA kid on strictly hygienic and anatiiieaipriiithpies they are ftiemost comfortable and most perfect 1 fittiiig yet devised for womans wear T tgTLlKE THE FAMOUS 4 SfTJENNESS MILLER SHOES 4 VITHEY FIT THE FEET AS NATURE INTENDED a AH women tiw wear Jeimess Miller Oxfords with the assurance of enjoyiugaljsolutGfbotconifort r l Only to beThad of us in this city n DOUGLASBRIGHTCO+ 207 WEST MAIN SLEET JJI0HMONP KY I JI HOur Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 13 1JJ phi jsaS ID ID- I m nnffiJJ I ufilli3 The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets oft the world select the la i C test goods and when you i buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want Ifso trade with 1 1VVhItBAAIDGthSOflI CAUDWELUS Ml I SDR CONSTIPATION PEPSI WHHosnalCo Commission Merchants att1 Hegs ana n UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 ESjTAll information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly I ICUZDwith Tccetntle A8 Han cured thooiand caes hoDflem In ten days at least twothlnb of nil Rmpton rernoy o 1 T st rmontaln and TEll DAY t r atmon t tree- H E GREEDS SOUS Box K Atlanta Ga ++++CALL AT + + ++ I 1 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept an Tap Phone 3 Second St II IRIOIIMONJ JTT IoU cured and Whiskey at home B with 6lta 4I DP M out tlculanl pain sent Book FREE of par BfoI WOOLLEY ALaMa oilic lot North 1rjor fit Z 0t21Ijt8 s Z Ij g ctii I t 00 If 1 c I EiEa Yo tr i I1 0H Q 0 as 0 z Jc a = 8 1 = I nnuuu cc1 ec c c Z t E r gg gggggg nj acrrrrCtltl IQoQoQ 0IA tt 0Ii 044 0 a qsvor 0 i tJ IItffl rl c0 iiiiiiirom 11- ro0 f iiCl5it t 11 11 IIf 8E5 S so2o t8gg HSCURES OR CALDWELLSN It l Vt Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motion and JielB Bearings j tR1wnocI1 4pLrsTIet EVER JJHVOCED ii FurnitureIi H An Excellent Combination- The pleasant method and beneficial remedySyniiiCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co illustrate tho value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of known to be resentlngthemtaste and acceptable to the system It is the one perfect strengthening laxa effectuallydispelling gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome constipation per manently Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub kidneysliveror irritating them make it the ideal laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs 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 FIG SYRUP 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 SAW FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE rcr NEW TTOHK x T For sale by all Druggists Price 50c per bottle Jan5ly EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVE- NTIONIndianapolis Ind JULY SOSa 1399 Only One Fare Round Trip Except that from points within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and One third Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar VIA BIG FOUR Tickets will be on sale from all points July 192021 From points within 75 miles of In dianapolis on July 19 20 21 22 and 23 1893 Returning tickets will be good to leave Indianapolis to July 21th with a proviso that if tickets are deposited with Joint agent at In dianapolis not later than July 21th and payment of fee of 50 cents at the time of deposit tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis tO and including August 201899 For full information regarding tickets rates and rortes and time of trains call on BIg Four Route or address theunderslgned J E REEVES WARREN J LYNCH Gen AgtWCincinnati Ohio EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY reliablerest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well made reliable nluctons carriages runabouts whalebone speeders or road carts that come what rnny on the road his wagon never will give way We have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbertired hnecira in Rich moud PropVKentucky 35E- CONOMIST RANGES f4en CQ rI rS rnjC c tIC H Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LADUE MITHi CO1 REGENERO FR NCIr REMEDY AntprkanU fttnJoorvatIngfrenilfIIurecoverheir WkKIinPowerVlAI salttrnuROflcsaloleetouieran It h the tn Itjfrrir Tonic the world rotorwlie loraa1e4trrIllnL pokt liy mall sieo ChIerI1lIyifundII OfflcootJOBDEAUX KAf For sale In Richmond by PerryIr ThomasDruggists sept2My 0 YEARS EXPERIENCE I J 1TflADCMAiIttV CAOTOTIOQnlckly iacrtaln Cur Opinion freo Whether sri CommunitJonntrlct1Yeon1ldenUaJ ta saul tree Olflwt agency for savoring patents recelvoletialSdtItifJ MmrkawA hsadMinely Illartnted weekly T nrest r aMII1olltU3Stl li it i J Berts Ttir Chuice Some Extraordinary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred pew subscribers by the first of thenow year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered subscribers The CLIMAX and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAXand OhioFarm 190The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates JUNE CROP REPORT WHEAT The weekly bulletins of the climate and crop service of the Weather Bureau show a general deterioration of the wheat crop in tile principal winter wheat growing States In Ohio there has been general falling off in condition duo to rust and the Hessian fly The Indiana crop has also suffered from same cause In Illinois there has been some improvement in early sown wheat while the late now shows up very poor Michigan reports widespread damage by the fly and the crop has fallen off in condition generally In Missouri damaxexby rust and Hessian fly combined with the presence of an unusual amount of cheat make tile crop as a whole a poor prospect In Kansas many counties report a loss Chinch bugs have made their appearance there and serious damage is threatened- In Kentucky the wheat crop has suf fered a loss in condition during the month The condition averages 73 while on May 1st it was 80 By sections tho following averages are shown Western 62 southern 81 It should be noted that by far the highest average condition is shown in the southwestern section where comparatively little wheat is grown There is a general complaint of fly ju early wheat Rust is also frequently reported but so far is confined to the blades Medium early wheat now promises the best yield Late wheat is overrun with weeds Heads short low and thin or ground is the expression most frequently used by correspondents in describing the condition of the crop HEMP In the hemp district the crop is reported in good condition Recent ad vance in price has had a marked effect on acreage The acreage compared with 1893 is 101 Scott county reports an increase of 30 per cent but in Bour bon county the acreage is reported by 75 per cent of the acreage of 1898 TOBACCO Tobacco plants are plentiful and setting has been rushed In some coun tied there was a ack of season until the closing days of the month In western Kentucky rain has prevented prepara tion of the ground Per cent of crop set prior to June 1 In western section 48 central 43 and southern 35 Grass plnyedhaocber of counties Indications point to an average acreage in the principal tobacco growing districts FRUIT There has been a decided decline in fruit prospects during May Apples have fallen oil until the condition com pared with average years is but 67i whereas it was 91 on May 1 Pears grapesfrontLucus MOORE Commissioner for Agriculture ExCongressman Follet of Ohio is sanguine that the Democrats have more than a fighting chance to carry that State this year He said The Democrats of Ohio have solid grounds for believing that they can elert the Gov this year The revolt among the Republicans who dislike Senator Han na and his methods and who are dis JudgoNasunder In fact the breach between the factions is too wjdo to be healed and all talk of harmony is for effect The Ohio Democracy is going into this campaign united confident and en thusiastic while the opposition conscious of tile division in its ranks is timid and dubious of the result MotherHow did papas pow book get in this condition Bobby Why mamma I heard papa drrforlet the water runPick Me Up Do you retnetnber how you felt in the mornings when you were a boy How good it was to begin a new day How hunt gry earns lo ta let How tired you Wcht to liedi How IIofltSelf saying some times How I wish I liktthatfeelingfit awaywith the wish were im possible of fulfillment and start on daysjourney at the outset Its not un- possible =to wet back that glad boyish feeling again Itonly means getting back Put- your stomach order and sechow soon your sleep will be rest sound your appetiftbeartynnd your work a pleasure The best remedy for all ailments of the stomach and nutritive eians is Dr Pierces Golden Medical DiscoVeTryit and join the great army of made well by its use Nothi lg isJust as good If you go DiscoveryTheMedical DistOftryl cannot utter in words or AxnbcseEsqwas taken down wkl Fiat our physician said was indigestion I doctored With the best youandDrPiercestoppedbeingof gastric trouble r indigestioir now Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical stampto redmku o 10 110 Help NatureI Babies and children need I I proper food rarely ever medi T cine If they do not thrive f 1 on their food something is f wrong They need a little I I help to get their digcstive ii machinery working properly i OTTSlfI rl il COD LIVER OIL IIYPOPHOSPHITESorLinE SODA will correct thIS I JIjIseekIi 1aI age dissolved in their milk I I if you so desire will very I f soon show its great nourish 1 fIemutliT at once upon i and child- I sue and f100 all drogsbtJ YorkLMKINLEYS PRAYER The following entitled McKinleys Prayer was handed us by a Democrat with the request to publish Our father who art in England Rothschild bo thy name thy kingdom comes to Amerieatby will be done in the United States as it is in England Give us this day our bonds in gold but not in silver give us plenty of laboring mens votes to keep monopoly in power and its friends in office We know our father that we have done many things that were wrong We have robbed the honest poor and brought distress to many a poor man We know that it was wrong to water our railroad stock but thou knowest that we made money by that Now our father tbou know est that we are above politics It is the same with us whether Democrats or Republicans rule for thou knowest we are able to sway all parties in our favor Lead us not in the way of strikers and above all deliver us from labors secret ballot Thus shall we have the kingdom bonds interest power and gold until the republic shall end Shelbina Torchlight That Tlirobing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sunorers haVe proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Head aches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to fake Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggists 5 SOLEMN EXERCISES INTERRUPTED They tell a good story of General John C Black formerly commis sinner of pensions out in D nville Ills where he lives said A D Mat lock of Springfield General Black is a very eloquent speaker and has few equals before a jury Judge Emerson of Decatur while not possessed of a national reputation as in General Black is famous as an oratorin Illinois They were on opposite sides of a law suit recently There were many pa thetic circumstances connected with the case and Jn his opening speech to the jury General Black made tho most of these A solemn hush fell over the courtroom and tears were seen to stand in the eyes oi the more impressive juryuen It looked as if a verdict would be rendered for General Blacks client without much delay when Judge Emerson arose and in slow measured tones said Gentlemen of the jury let us continue these solemn exercises by singing the one hundred and fifteenth psalm The tears were followed by laughter and the judge won the case Washington Star THE GENTLE JAPANESE There is one peculiarity about the Japanese that is not particularly known they never utter an oath said Col end R W Gruber The reason for this IB that there is no word in the Japanese language which is equivalent to an oath Even the vast number of foreigners who have gone to thatcoun try during the last ten years and the thousands of new words added to the language have not in the least affected the Japanese in swearing In this respect the Japanese stand alone for all other inhabitants of earth can when they step on a tack use a stronger expression than the one used in general conversation Cincinnati Enquirer A Thousand Tongues Could not express jhe rapture of Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard st Philadelphia Pa when site found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many yearn had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal CureIt soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly somethingI can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises thrOugh- out theTJnlverse 5o will every one who tries Dr Kinga New Dlscovejgr for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Ptibi 5ocDd 100 Trial bottle freeTat Pony Thomas Drug- S I every bottle guaranteed 5 dnnatlcapltalht8 have Teased the famous Upper Blue Lick Springs in Nicholas county for a term of years They will erccta maminotlr new jiptel and will build an electric line to con nect the springs with the L N They willalso erect a large bottling estab UsbMentnt1tlplace the water otltho market A swiiidlor v1io proposes to teach ladies for 250 how to earn several dollars per week by making artificial flowers and drespaterns has be Q at- iork in emeftiioontralXesiekyt- owns He collects a dollar la adviwiCM jnylafiYfr cpjneabck 5cb p County cquJLay Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Monday Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott county thirdMoh day Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday SOME OLD PROFESSORS A notable feature about the commencement exercises of Kentucky University for 1899 was that gathered on the platform arrfbng the other mem here of tile faculty ere several profet sore who have served faithfully an unusually long tune Prof II II White has been wIth tie institution including his service with its prede cessors 61 years Prof Graham of the College Of the Bible has been con nected with its interests 40 years while Prof Milligan has served 33 years Prof McGarvey 84 years and Prof Louis Loos 20 years Prof Wilbur R Smith of the Commercial College has been connected with department 23 years Lexington Leader A Popular Wedding Trip If you want a delightful wedding trip where you are not likely to meet acquaintances take one of the D C new steel passenger steamers to the Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and Parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet AdJross A A SCHANTZ o rA D C DBTUOIT Mien may3ltf SKETCH OF A MAN A sample of what an old maid can do with a pen we submit the following Men is a twolegged animal that chews tobacco arid walks on the corked end Most men are born j we never heard of but one that wasnt and he was made of mud just for a sample Mans life is lull of disappplntments growls auil corn cob pipes lIe goes forth like a lion in the morning and leaves the wood for his wife to chop and in the evening he sneaks home with his pants ripped and raises Cain about hard times He has a la grippe on road working day walks twenty miles to a circus Ho will chase a jack rabbit four miles througlutho snow and then borrowa horse to ride half a mile to the postoffice Ex FOURTH OF JULY RATESSOUTHERN RAILWAY All agents on Southern Railway will sell on July 23 and 4flnal limit July 7 1899 roundtrip FourthofJuly excursion tickets I For further information address nearest ticket agent War UTAY iE A G P A Louisville Ky Those capitalistic tomtits who sound the hew gog and beat the tomtoms for the hook nosed crow to announce to all the world that Bryan is a dead duck and the silver issue is a back number because it vas defeated in 1S9C should bear in mind the fact that at the elec tion in 1896 for President Mr Bryan received 6502825 votes votes of thein tellectual and loyal white people of this country This was 1592708 more votes than were cast for Grover Cleve land in the year 1881 and Cleveland was elected Again Mr Bryan received 945907 votes more than Cleveland re ceived in 1892 and Cleveland was elected No Democratic candidate ever re ceived such a large vote as Mr Bryan and the free silver cause did in 1896 and those Republican papers which continually play tho songs doled out to them by their plutocratic masters should look ui the records a little as their silly sallies of wouldbe wit only show up their own ignorance or else go to prove that they purposely lied in order to try and deceive the people are onto their game Just bear this one truth in mind Mr Bryan in 1896 received more than a million majority of the intelligent white votes cast for Presidential electors and in 1900 lie will be elected President in spite of Ilauna andliis satraps Nicholasville Democrat The Nods says the harvest of Bluegrass seed in Bourbon county his about been completed and it is estimated that the county yield will be about200000 bushels which will put about seventyfive thousand dollars in the pockets of the farmers The cost of gathering it has been considerable as upwards of seventyfive strippers and two hundred men have been on gaged for ten days in harvesting the crop I Dado a bet Bill that your eyes were black YV1 youve lost Theyre blue I know a way to Jet out of it and if you agree Ill divvy up All right Go ahead Come out in the alley and Ill give you the finest pair of black eyes you ever saw iiiyour lifeDotroit Freo Press Be Careful No woman can be too careful of her condition during the period be fore her little ones are born Neglect or improper treatment then endangers her life and that of the child It lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily or whether the ordeal easyShesomething wrong MOTHERS i1 FRIENDS the one and tile only 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