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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 28, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899062801_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): June 28, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 26 THE BUTTERFLY FAD. RICHMOND, I happened one night in my travels To stray Into Butterfly Vale, Where my nonderlng eyes beheld butterflies With wings that were' wide as a sail. They lived In such houses of grandeur. Their days were successions of joys And the very last fad these butterflies had Was making collections of boys. There were boys of all sizes and ages Pinned tipon their walls. When I said. "Tis a terrible sight to see boys in that plight," l was answered: "O, well, they are dcadl We catch them alive, but we kill them With ether a very nice way. Just 15ok at this fellow his hair is so yellow, And his eyes such a beautiful gray I "Then here is this droll little darkey, As black as the clay at our feet; He sets off that blonde that is pinned Just beyond In a way most artistic and neat. And now let me show you the la'est, A specimen really select, A boy with a head that Is carroty red, And a face that is fnnnily specked. "We cannot decide where to place him; Those spots bar him out of each class. We think him a treasure to study a leisure, And analyze under a glajs." I seemed to grow cold as I listened. To the works thst these butterflies spoke. With fear overcome, I was speechless and dumb, And then with a start I awoke! Ella Whbblbb Wilcox. GOY. ED BROWN MADISON COUNTY, - KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28. 1899. SEND US ONE DOLLAR NUMBEE 4. WOOD Kentucky Fair Sates. For Rent! Clioiccof three good office rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hardware store, Main St. residence, T Willi raouern convenright-roo., m Also verv desmible V iences. GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. W. MILLER. Attorsby-at-La- WRITES UP IRVINE AND ESTILL SPRINGS. Irvine, which la the county scat of is n quaint looking village of Ollrp in the Burnam nnlldlng, next door to Estill, ahout 600 or GOO Inhabitants, and is loinner1 National Ilank. cated at tlie hase of. tlie Cumberland mountains. Words are inadequate to portrny the beauty of tbo scenery surrounding Irvine, bounded as it were on AttorseYat-Law- , one tide by the majestic mountains, KENTUCKY. KICIIMOND, and on the other by historic old KenOflifo over Taylor's Hnrdwnre fitore, op- tucky river, winding its way tjlowly to House, on Main Street. posite Court the sea. Irviuo is now. the terminous of the It. N. I. & 15. railroad, but if the II. IS. HOGG, Black Diamond materializes tins little ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. town will improve and grow and will Km iimoxo, Office No. 13 First St., up btairs. 31 30 become a most popular resort. The merchants of this village are Miller & J.C. &D. M. OIIENAOLT, Walhco, Dunbar &' Co., Bert Ponell, who is also postmaster, David Burg ATTORNEYS AT LAW, man, Conroy, Davidson, and Thomas Kentucky. Richmond, Williams. Irvine has threo churches, Olfice on Second street, over a public school and coiyt house The grocery. principal hotel is run by Mr. Sam Tudor, who is one of the best hotel men PHYSICIANS. in the State. Ho doesn't set the food before you in those little dishes which & GIBSON, DIIS. GIBSON, are mure for look than to assuage the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, gnawing hunger of the cloisters of the Kentucky. Inner man, but he puts everything beRichmond, Uiciivosd, - - Krktockt. . feb3-l- y - Chen-ault- 's fore you in Office in the Joe Cc.lins building, iS and ao Sec7- ond Street, over Wnue .old drugstore. a good way CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Vrtorinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. CharliH Milller, son of Mann Miller, ffi, nn fttairR. over store recently accu- and J B. White. Dr. T. P. Gardner is K(l liy ltichmonil Harness Co., East Slain St and knons how to cater to the taste of the public. Thomas Vaughn is the liveryman, Kdgar Parks is city mar shal and T. 11. Barker is City Judge. The doctors are Turner, Stagner and Emhry. The lawyers are Judge .Riddel! and his sou, Hugh Hiddell, and the dentist. Irvine can boast of as many or more pretty girls tiian any town of its size in Surgery. Medicine and Office l'ratlier lluildinc, Main Street. the State. This is the former home of Tilephone Ht resilience (the Cnrr rlace) on Judge Nath Turpln, W. W. Pigg, Uroxdway. Mayor Claude Smith, Dr Fred Smith, Kentucky. Editor Ansil D. Miller, of the Climax, Rkumond, 11. C. ichmond, Ky. apr-i- y JASPEB., M. D --- --- and Mr. Charles D. Miller, who is a compositor on the same paper, Coley and Gardner Wallace. Irvine has two large saw mills, one employs 70 men pliybician and surgkon, and saws about 35,000 feet of lumber Kentucky. Rhiimond, per day, and the other employs 20 men and saws 20,000 feet of lumber. Near DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Irvine is a barrel stave factory, which Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. employs GO hands. The handsomest Richmond, homes in Iho town are owned by Mrs. "Office and residence on Second Street. Friend and Mrs. Bergman, the latter being modern in its construction. DENTAL SURGERY. Thos. Williams, Sr., and Mr. Conroy ate the wealthiest citizens. Ansil and Charlie Miller are grandsons of Dr. Daniel who was ono of the finest physi TIKSTIST, cians in his day. Their aunts, Mi6S OP LoDIKVILI.K. KV. Jane Daniels and Mrs. Oabriella next door to Cliivrrnment IlnllilliiK. riiomson, rtill live in Irvine. The to i. Rh hmSnd, Ky. Olllce hours 9 to li-nm last named is n grandmother of Mrs. Neale Reiiiiott, of this city. FRED SMITH. Estill Springs Is located near Irvine and is one-hamile from the Kentucky DEN '1ST. -- OIHce, same olllce river, and is one of the best watering over Collins flroccry, lately ocrupied by Ir. W. W. Burglo- - an!2-lplaces in the State, the waters sulphur and chalybeate. The pprings grounds comprise about 500 "acres of H. Dr. land, most of which is mountainous. The hotel is a tremendous building, of No. 58 West Ninth 8treet, Cincinnati, Ohio, several hundred rooms, with many of will be at the Hotel Zlmmer, Richmond, Ky., on thu modern improvements. Before the WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1899, civil war the springs were ruu by Mr. G. W. EVANS, M D., 1 I7-l- y lf y Louis Landman returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of Richmond, Ky. febl6-l- y. ILLS REAL! SHORT LINE TO New Orleans- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louls-ftl- le every Thursday night and runs throush to Han Francisco. Ask your ticket agent for particulars or write toll II. Fowler. Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville. Iff. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Aiempms ana New Orleans. A. II. HANSON. WM. A. KELLOND. O P. A . Chicago. A. O. P. reasons for guessing the other way. It is vcy easy: for nothing tells of age so qutckiy as gray natr. know it? And why give them a chance to guess you are even five or ten years more? Better give them good Why let your neighbors (tap, and Ohio Eailmj. Ky. am am pm pra Time of Trains at Winchester, WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Accom .... 6 Si 7 30 Eastern Express for Louisville. 3 00 Morehead and Lexington Accom. 60 New York Limited F. F. V EAST BOUND. Letineton and Morehead Accom New York Limited V. V. V. Lexington and lit. Sterling- - Accom 11 pm .. wasnington Express Accommodation trains run dally except S3n-da- v Other trains run dally. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates oraleeperreservatlons tall ou or write Kf HOOD, Agerit.L.N:By., Richmond, Ky. or OEORQEW. BARNEY, D D. A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. 9 IS am 68 am Vigor rktir. age under a luxuriant srowth of hair the color ot yowh. It never isik to restore color to gray hair. It will stop, the Bftir from coming out a lo. It feeds the hair Jbulbs. Thin bir becomes thick hair, and short hair becomes long Ir a youth-renew- er It hides the THE DGSr OF THEM ALL It 'm. b -- ntnlns n connects novel In every num. i 'Hiii n t.tivc qncftltyci ucful d tiiicttulului; matter. Xa fontlnurrt zlorir. .rhlrh .we m . rcdls t It cImrscs the tealp; removes all dandruff, and prevents its formation. We have a book on the Hair which we will gledly send you. nn nbtaln all tb bene c- cCJerrfiintr 8ub Aeenu In every town, to whom tho mixt liberal inducements rUl be offered. J. S. LErTHICOTT COMPANY, fwkttalMN, It hntiM fc! every household. ipili, i, VH.oa jo? ytsir. ij tJof rca rfer. cj exeid (mm ttio usbt Hie St. tt doctor ProtmWy tker - U some itMeHKr wish Jor ReerJ rtefi wMefc mar be easily rMtwreJ. AdiirrM. fits you Vigor, writ iiiW rHlt-Ai-PM- I. The following are the dates f6r hold ing tho Kentucky fairs this year' so far as reported: Richmond, Aug 1,2 3 and 4ih. Lexington August 8 G days. A&SOUUtEtx'PVRE Hustonvilic, August days. Jla'tlisouvlllf, August 9 4 days. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. aort tma rower co.. xtw voire. Lebanon, August 15 -- 4 days. Columbia, August 224 diiys. Chiles Alcxandiia, Augut 22 5dari. Then people had plenty of SOBER money and there wero sometimes sev Louisville (Colored Fair), August 2- 2Tho President of the United Staler-ha- 5 days. eral hundred guests there at the same misjudged the American peoplesnd .Gennanlown, August 231 days. time, but during the war it was allowed Broadhead, August 234 das. to run dowu. The present owner. outraged the conscience of the nation Capt. Thomas, has built it up and im The glamor of war and the exubeianc-o- f ShelbvjlleAugtist 233 days, emotion and patriotic Impulse acprincfleld, August 23 3lajs. proved it until y it ranks with the liardstown, August 205 days famous resorts of the country the companying victory may cloud the LaGrange. August 303 days. grounds are beautiful and are kept In moral vision temporarily, litit withthe Florence, A ugust 303 days. Kood condition. Numerous patent and return of normal conditions the ideah-o- f the Republic will be found stroiiget Ehzabethtown, September 5- -4 day. rope swings ntid hammocks are scat Howling Greon.September 13 -- 4da8. tered over t'he yard for tho amusement than ever before and will assert themGlasgow, September 204 days. of guests. There is a good bowling selves in such a positive manner that Guthrie, September 27 1 days. alley and bath house. Estill Springs the rebuke that will be administered HoiseCave, September 27- -4 days. can boast of one of the finest ball rooms to the President and his inisguhind days. Owtnsboro, October iu the State,,whero many of our beaux followers will he both stunning and deand belles trip the light fantastic toe. cisive. The privileged classes who plunder A GRAND JOKE. During the summer season a good or all the the American people under cover of chestra is kept Editor Sommcrs,of the Elizabeth- time for the enjoyment of guests. This law are the siders and abettors of the years' season has just opened and every- - foreiirn policy of the administration. town News, tells the following joke on 'thing promises a more prosperous sum They have no further use lor,popular his better half: Militarism to overawe There fs a huge j'ike on a well known mer than ever before and that it maybe government. the people and set aside a verdict lady of this city. She was appointed is the wish of the writer. against them at the ballot box is the on the Ladiea' Reception Committee Bitowx. only thing that holds out to them the to entertain Mrs. Bryan iu Louisville protniso of uninterrupted rule and and notwithstanding tlie hot weather A Kriglilful Hluniler plunder. They favor a colonial or im- she rode forty-tw- o miles full of antici Will often cause a horrible Bum. perial policy becauso it will increase pation of having good time and doScald. Cut or Bruise, IJucklen's Arni- the strength of the military arm of the ing as much as she could for the wife ca Salve, the best in the world, will government. of the foremost American. While she kill the pain ami promptly heal it. Be not deceived by the specious ar was in Iiiusville the entire Bryan famCures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers guments for expansion. Imperialism ily arrived in Elizahethtuwn and spent Boils, Felon, Coras, all skin eruptions. and militarism is what is meant. Ex several bonis at this ladv's house. The Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents pansions is to acquire territory to be hostess was not there to receivo them a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per peopled with freemen and ultimately and the host had to go but and get liia 5 ry & Thomas. Druggist. made into states. It is not expansion kinsfolk to do tho honors. The whole to subjugate tropical islands on the town enjoyed the joke, including the Richmond Boy Honored. opposite side of the earth, the popula- writer, but the visiting lady to Louis tion of winch has already reached the The first debate be limit of their capacity to supply them ville has hardly recovered yet. Mrs Bryan said to her at the Louisville Ho tween the students of the law depart- selves with food. tel: "I called on you this morning ment of Georgetown and Columbian The administration stands for imper Mrs. S and was sorry you were Universities which has been held for ialism, the grim monster whose trail aud not at home." four years took place in "Washington reaches backward over the ruins of em I promised not to .fay anything about City at the Lafayette Square Opera pires, peoples and civilizations. The this iu tlie paper, hut it was too r$od House, and resulted in a decision in hideous form of the fell destroyer now to keep.. If in consequence of the favor of Georgetown. casts its shadow across the path of above there is anything like a storm The question discussed was: "Re American freemen. Your ballots can out Maiu Cross street we will have to solved, That the right olsuflrage should dispel that shadow. Do not permit the board "around with the neighbors for a be restricted by au educational qualifi substance to materialze or liberty may day or two. Ha, ha. ha. arcation." The affirmative side was be lost. National Watchman. gued bv Georgetown, and the nega8114,000,000 "SAVED." tive by the Columbian students, thre CHEAP RATES ON SUNDAY ON THE C. & 0. debaters representing each school. Taking effect next Sunday. June 25. Of the speech by Mr. Frank Clay, of P. E. Dowe, President of the Com tlie Chesapeake & Ohio Kail way will mercial Travelers' Association .testified Richmond, the Washington City Times, selljound trip tickets between all sta- before the Industrial Commission last savs: tions on the Lexington Division on week. 'Mr. Clay, the last speaker for the Sundays at one fare for the round trip. That the trusts have thrown out of negative, proved to be the wit of the Uli the additional trains recently employment more than 35,000 sales evening. He scored many anfusing put on, this offers a good opportunity men aud have reduced the salaries of points against his opponents, and was to visit friends and relatives In the more to than 25,000. hardest one for the the country, and get back the same day. That they have thus ''saved" up stop when his twenty minutes had been See the ticket agents for further infor ward of $114,000000 a year, of which exhausted. In conclusion five minutes mation. G. W. Barney. $60,000,000 comes from salaries, 27,000,-00- 0 was given to Mr Conboy to close the Div. Pass. Agent. from the railroads and $28,000,000 debate. Ho used this time to splendid from hutels. advantage, and left the alllrmative side NEW TORE FASHIONS. That the public ' benefits" from these in good shape for the consideration of The Summer girls is us fluffy as ever. "economies'' in a general rise of prices the judges." Materials this season are tho acme of Iron pipe, 100 per cent; ironware, 33 The Post is evenmore compliment delicacy. per cen' ; furniture, 30 per cent; rubary of our friend's eflort: Poplins and grenadines in transparent ber goods, 14 per cent; window glass, STROXO AGAINST THE WEAK. weaves are In active requisition. 100 per cent; common soap, 25 to 50 Francis W. H. Clav was the last is very sheer, and particularly cents a box, &c. ready wit and his epi well liked. speaker. His Mr. Dowe has obtained hit figures grams brought him plaudits from the The newest K. & G. corsets are the from the most reliable sources. His ar- most nudience in great abundance. His airy things imaginable. Thev valgument was constructive, however, are the prettiest to look at.the coolest to presentment of facts is therefore uable. rather than given to refuting the claims wear, and the most durable to hold up Part of his statement the figures of of the other side, and his time expired the form they so gracefully and comreductions in cost of production are before he was able to sum up the debate fortably spau. arguments for the trust. But, on the for the negative. The priucesso gown finds admirers other hand, what of the rise in the 'We find," said tho speaker, that adherents everywhere. prices of goods, what of the closing of our opponents havo not showed you Lace is not only the trimming par the avenues of industry to competition. how to preserve the great foundations excellence, bnt it is thn preferred maNew York. World. of political ethics, but have argded terial for many high-clas- s dresses en about a matter ol temporary expedien- tile. cy. Liberty, if it means atiythiug, Soie do chine rivals crepe de chine means that your rights are not depend- in softness and beauty. ent on another's will. To strip any All rovcus aro lavishly man of the billot is to make govern trimmed. ment a vehicle by which the strong can Colorings aro more or less subdued, ride at the expense of the .weak if we except the automobile red and a Dr. S. B. artmait, "Whon you havo taken tho ballots few Varying shades of rcarlet. Columbut, O lrom your ignorant classes you have not Dkau Sin: I feel The refreshing fashion of giving ice likeancwwoman got rid of them. If the negro is difll-cu- lt cream parties during the warm weathei since using your to govern now, how will you find is followed just as closclv as ever it was. him when he is deprived of the ballot? If not more bo. Progressive housekeepYour medicine Everybody knows that limitations on ers nowadays buy the "Ohio" freezer has helped rue so the suffrage in the South are not edu as It possesses points of advantage much that 1 can rational qualifications, but negro dis- which are told iu a little book which I work and never Education docs not al will send, together with another book feel tired out. WhenI firstbegan to use qualifications. ways mean au intelligent vote. There of recipes for choice frozen desserts, your medicine I couldn't sweep my own are many men of much learning and for four cents in stamps. My address room, run the sewing machine or lift anything, not even a chair. Itevcn hurt little tense. It has been argued that is 510 West 143d street, New York. me to ride or walk any distance. Now our syttetn allows demagogues to lead Some silk embroideries are gleaming I can do all this, and I believe more, thn masses. Then let us eliminate the with jewels. and never feci the effects of it. I feel demagogues. You say put the ignoAll outing cloths should be of the so proud of the way it has brourrht me raut man out of the house in order to most precise cut and of the smartest out that I tell It far and near. I can purify the house, but you forget that it stuffs obtainable. heartily recommend your medicine to is his house. Once admit that a man An exquisite combination of linen any woman suffering from female dismay be robbed of his right because auze and tine silk is called linen of ease. I know from experience that your medicine will do just what others think it is good public policy, silk. Evelyn Caulk. say it will. I thank you, Doctor, a and there is au end to freedom. thousand times for your treatment. I SHIRT WAIST FOR MEN. shall recommend your medicine wherRobbed the Grave. The shirt waist, that garment of in. ever I go. I know what it has done for elfable comfort, which has heietofore mc nnd I know it will do the same for A startling incident of which Ht. c ufiiied its ameliorating power to the others. I feel that there arc thousands John Oliver of Philadelphia, was - the daughters of men. is to become an arti- of other women whowould, after using your treatment, as I did, be thankful. subject is narrated by him as follows: cle of male apparel. I am so glad I got your- treatment. was in a, most dreadful condition. Sweltering masculinity in the east This month is the first time in myllfe I My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk- has agreed that it is time for concerted that I can remember of having my en, tongue coated, pain continually in action with reganl to a change in male menses without pain. Whyr I can't do hack and sides, no appetite gradually attire during peiiodj of wilted collars. anything but recommend growing weaker day by day. Three aud wet handkerchiefs, such as these Miss Emma L. Boldcn. Wilberforce, O. Medicine Co., Colum-bus,-0- .t Tho physicians had given me up. Fortunate- June days so signally typify, and the will mail Dr. Uartman's special ly, a friend advised trying "Electric Bit decree will soon take effect in Ver book for women, free on application, to ters," and to my great joy and surprise sailles. women only. Alldruggists sell first bottle made a decided improveThe uieu of the town are expressing the ment. I continued their use for three themselves very freely ou the snbject weeks, and am now a well mnn. I know of tho oncomtiur reform and our up-tthoy siwed my life, and robbed the date haberdashers will put iu large grave of another victim." No oneshould orders at once. fail to trv them. Only 50 cents per bot- Mr. Henry Struby Is much pleased Suc with the idea of the innovation aud ex tlfi at l'errv &. Thomas' Drue 5 cessors to W. G.White. ?!9 pects to dike out in a. cent pique when tho fist invoice ADVICE TO THE PKESIDENT. strikes the town. El. Young has placed a order for au jaunty yoke effect fNew York Journal. with tucks aud plaits. ."I don't see Mr. McKInley, yon want to he Presi- why thoy were not thought of before," dent a second tlino. The best way to said Mr. W. O. Davis, as he speculated be that is to end the trouble in the on whether he w mid look lest iu a Philippines promptly. The best way to figured lawn or a polka dot pique League International Meeting, do that is to sink all jealousies of poti John Cohen is already looking" over Indianapolis, July 20th -- 23d. ble Presidential candidates, and sand some pietty samples of white muslin Finest trains in the South the best General in your army to sub- Mr. Clias. H. Rogers says that the cool, travel daily via the due tho Phillpinos. Aguinaldo is a placid look of the girl in the shirt waist good General, avvicIousy cruel tyrant and eklrt liss almost driven him crazy but a good General. Otis is a weak these hot days and he will be heartily ling. Everybody knows that. You gla.l tx discard his coat. The countv wouldn't officials at the court house, I undei know fr-- , Mr. McKinly,or-yuRoute to Cincinnati. Only have sent him there. He is too weak stand, are talking of adopting a uni one change to Indianapolis. to. be a Presidential possibility, and form style of waist, probably a pretty Liberal return limits on tickthere you feel safe, but he is too weak pink waeb silk, with & bertha of toe. ets via the, Queen & Crescent to defeat AgHinaldo, and there you There are huudrede of other advoat one fare for the round Jiip. . cates of the slilrt-waishould feel ut5sy. throughout M' Ask agents for particulars. Otis will not defeat yuu for the Presi ewwnty, hull haxin't time to obtain a W. O. MIMANSOM, a. P A., fllllltWHAf I. a pefaoiial expre&iou .from all. dency, bat Aguitiaido may. K to-da- VA Baking Powder T. iwrcnrn nr nm nmm or out A avew Book for Young ant! Q!d. WE CURE took STOVE, by freight COM., rabjwt to eiaminatlon. jvxammo it at your freight depot and It found perfect-l- y Batljfictory Stm CAR. J&9 attni kl;k-ri- d lltSEHYOlK (OIL AJfU em erer yon 85 or hetrd of. pay tne FltMUIIT SFICUL less the tl.00 wniTF. ronorn mo sect with on STOVE CATALOCUE. der or 15 00 and rreljzht charges. This etnTe la eixe No, 8. oTen it tfiHilftxlL topts itxZi made from best pi,; iron, extra lartfu flues, hparr cot era. heavy lniipvs and prates. d t&riTOOvenabetf. ncary oven ooor. handsome ntcki'l plated ornamentation and trimming?, extra lartn deep, penutne ftUilltb pwrreliln Ilad rrtf nlr. handsome lanre ornamented bare. Ileal eotl burner made, and e furnish FKr K an extra wood prate, maktnc It a perfect Md bawr. UK ! SSI It a JUXDIM. GL'ilUftTEK with exery store and frnaraiiiee aafe delivery to your rail-- 1 road station. Your local deatvrwould chanrc ywu tii.00 r for such a etove. the freight is only about each ni Ilea, we my jm at least $ 10.00. ArMr?s. paw .iviiu Csri ! NERVOUS 1378 230,000 DISEASED! ' SKIN & PRIVATE 0LOOD $13.00 free i s :i Muii j CURED DISEASES 1 35 E. Did you only consider the fftjcintting allurcmculs of this evil Inbit? When too lata to avoid the tc m rible rcrolts, nero yonr eyes oined to your peril? lid yon liter on in man-- i hood enntmet any PllIVATUorllLOOD diicac? Wwoynu cured? Do you now nnd then coroino nUirmins rymptonu? I'aro you marry in your precnt con--I dition? rw know. "LIKE 1'ATHER. , r m Von 111 111. 1ua.rr1uu.uru inn hit:. Mnnlly lirincin dread? Is marriage a. laiiuro wil you on nccount 01 any weakness caused bv abuo or later ex cesses? Hai 0 you been drugged with mercury? This booklet will printout to yon the rerultt of the-- e crimen and iioint out how our XEW iim'HOD TKEAT- Wn.M will positirely euro you. It phowshow thousand havo been paved bv our SaY TlllIA'O KNT. Tt prove, how wo ran OlfAUANTKi: TO CUIIK ANY OUIIAIII.K CASH OR NO PAY. we treat una cure li.MlSMfiNK, VARirOCKT.E. SYPHILIS. m.KKT. were romraittinjr. 1 i." 1 11 mn ass when Izti'ir&nt of tho terriblo erimn von young 250,000 isjt CURED K SEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.(1NCJCHICACO,ILL (Utn, Bbiet a Co. an thcroorM rtlUblc I41tor. apr5-6- s m III I! p. WaPapei In all the new licli dark colorings, special designs. If I &J Si H to the Oldest, Thfl Morris Ghftir RW k a Ti hmk M M W2 5c, On up lit price to the fine Pressed No use to waste your Papers. SIRICTITRH. IMPOTKNCY, SECRET DRAINS, UNNATURAL KIDNEY and BLADDER dipenfci. i My lino of Clinirs is complete CURES GUARANTEED "The Wase j enclo.-in- of Sin" pent free by CONSULTATION nnable to call, write for OITKRTTON IILANK for HOMK fed TREATMENT. FRIIE. If 2o stamp. valuable time hoking at small sample boohs of old style job papers. .AVe. have a number of experienced Paper Haulers. We Kennedys Kergan 63 122 V. FOURTH STREET, tegs Ho- - More for lianjiing tlinu those who cut up and otherwise destroy your paper Inter-Collegia- te ever displayed this side of Louisville, Frost-nippe- d and all shriveled up are the prices. We keep all grades of Chairs, but the lowest quality starts at good and goes up. the handsomest $18. MiiiaiiW Ha New-Windo- FREIGHT PREPAID. ntgn roF&&iiU new ffl Forthisftyle Shades, Mounted on Spring Hollers, fixtures complete, ready to hang, from 10c on up in price . pi 800 FOURTH ' WHAYNE AVD.. mch22-6- onn sewing machine with all attachments war. ranted jorears. If machine anot satisfactory in 30 days money will be refunded, pendcash with order. Descriptive circular sent on application. M'K'O CO . LOUiSVILi.e. KY. m Ms litei. Not their selling price, and 1. 1 205 WILLBIHa, J1IJ STREET. V. RICHltOND, KY. Wall Paper. Window Shades. Paints. Oils, Glass, etc , stock the largest, prices always the lowest. it is an acknowledged fact that my line of Furniture, Chairs, etc., have stood the test. Entering upon prosperity is easy it" you only havo the key Hero it is. CvllkUftd. Ml rIII)VMl ..nlmtiltau 1.1 time-keepe- IjInJtklU O. !.. ..bj.cl l It at yournenmt frelebt ca ezAinlue nprrKBtrd. equal to orisac-ce(ot, mat if tobBkJ It exuclly tall at ?4.V0 to HIOO.OO, tne irrcalwU value you ever aw and r betur tlian onjaaj advertise J by other at more money, my SO dayn u3er nr etrtltht aent Jtt.l, and trelpht charges. price, S3I.7S( tnl.oo, or 31.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90-;- DAYS' PRICE IS-fH- K price cbarr . nrtrr made beforr. ihr. hyk ah urTer EAtJMEOUEEN Isoneof tueaMaiPL!UltlJD smtTXST -u trirai nrr naJe. from "the illustrati jn ehowii. whica ;t .vMdiitfrotnaphotoirraph.youcanfonnitomeldeaofita tin ii apiiearance. iiaa irom m.ic qnnnrr Mitea . , an aiidornamented, llrt h, handsomely JttRtIc- TlIKJUIKqceUIref 5 Irenes tot t-- lon, 23 Inches wide and el 2b sM pound. hili, Con ir JCXK You td trail U f wllh OKUU, giltS rikUIB us OKIE DOLLAR SI.UOrw',lllMl7MlUls&KW alal !.., ,fr, iivM. n i,4tn iiuuiaou,e Trt r.e .aril. trdOx 8,.l, 1 ! Orthlrl r-- Irlole, Cnarna, Sui cuifl-- r i.-pir-- i I .- Pop-liuet- to Blr '.Mm -I If i i.nis:rBriuutc,irtiePff4. 1 Srt at !l ik in.p.- -i, HfJ i P Sti f.lj rriSiSi?'". f ft5SJS&"'s;T.i5',' n - .:iuf of thccelem ited t ll Krta, which arc only e In tlie highest grade instmmente; Pttel with IUb- a I t'atiulrr .ail T also Itfut iKth.) felt. . at hers, etc.. bellows of the best rubber cloth, jll.tws.-tnckan- d finest leather In tbItm. I UK with a berelnt L'1IK )HUi.V U furnb-hetire-- f rtmcii mirror, nickel i4ateilYftpedal iran.es.hml- firnlfc Trc tml erv motlera imnrov'meiit. art am aol asil lh tetors lotlractiaa baok pahtHacd. 'iDXHAriTEED 25 YEARS. uf a written blndinrr 2Vj ear (rnaianfe, by tne nn and conditions or which if any part Kites out e repair It free rchnrre Try it one month and yp will refund your money if you are not perfectly 600 or then orcns will be mldat 31.1a. t ;frrJ2t, . V V; w2'i'Mfe"rW. S W SlSStT 'v';y" 4i - Jia.,j Rli-.- A Kioy vfi&tTiH 1 HEI'AIRINQ S, NEVILLE 220-22- 2 MOBERLE Main Street, RICHMOND, KY. TV. ltll 23. NiGHT PHONE S3. DAY PHONE 4c SS3? -- t Jealt wlln ns uk Tour neighbor about ns.wiite th. nnhllihapflfthti i,n n -- n - M.tmnnlltAn V.tt.n. I Bank, or Com Kichnnjie Nat. Bank.Cblcaeo, or Herman Exchange Bank. SewYork. or any railroad or eipress company tn Chleatco. He arsBlikl r erer $70O,0u0.0O, oeriipy entire one ot the larRet irasineea oiocKvin In oar own buildlne. nn Sl!U.OKaASATJt.O(l4al rUNoa, Chcai50, and emplTr nearly tonop-op- le aoeapi abw eTerythlnjr In mnsiral Instruments at loweet wholeeale price.. Jb Write for free f pedal organ, piano San. Hatbeck Co. sr. Ueraasklr rtlikbla. JUlUr. ani mn.tCAl lntmmentcataloirae. Address, at nycK. moxt iiklay. 0U.1 RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED " w oitttiru AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. All Work Guaranteed. h. sll.o a jLi a SEARS,cROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.). Fulton, Deiplaines and Waiman Sts.. CHICAGO, BUNA'S VICTORY. ill. LANE, ' 2nd Stijekt, Richjiond, Ky. m Flor Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to j ' - ' - Isfi Is right at hand $ a. Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and AVXKAH TAMFAT connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, iUiarr.I or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. JMf so is the ?fna.Hi. 7I:e Train Servtco net in detail, ules, Z4 hours to vi.ie. io per-- 1 sencu- Jackson- - Cincinnati Havana. 3k-- u noursK to j Vuc a.n m afSJ kj ?( 2tt- - (rt?t-- ! CinolnaAtl. u Plow, And Bell CenterCut ii! A wpjsc Harrows. Our store is heavily stocked with eveiy article Hardware Store, such found in a first-clas- s as Collars, Ilames, Traces, Backhands, etc., Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. Mil. Wm. Eugklky. our experienced tin- Si ner. is constantly in demand .for guttering, roofing, and repairing. .We will not be Undersold iRSfp' - lh ' Cool Don't U Imii ;i We have a erators, Ice Boxes, Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, just received nimber of Refrig- a. o' pud-sleev- Ail kinds of Fishing Tackle-- Hooks to eateh e v e r y t h in g from a Sun Perehvio a Channel Mud Gat. Did we ever say anything to you abojit ; 71 Taylor Bros. gps milling' DR E3r 7ti MH spJMfUlflJij A BOON TO MANKIND! Epworth the 5473. TABLER'S BUCKET 7 Well, we will see you later. Call and see us. Ul A. I'lW fn vt Nil Queem&Crescent in w CUKE mmmimm, Main H,' 7W ivecy for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL an; TERKAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. "WHERE A1.L OTHERS HAVE FAILED. BY MAIL, T5 CCNTS; B47T1.CS, 60 CK.NTS. 7W Ikect, ST, LOVS tfriH, PJ3RRY & THOMAS, Druggists. Street, Richmond, Ky. m 'Ml st 79 7W fV7W i n f vi m Ml m lis sq 4jn 1 Fox ' SWrW) y mm IS"y- - 6 The Richmond Climax. HON. WM. G0EB& tMLLE$:T' C WEDNESDAY. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. St&nfoid Journal. with Misses Clara asd Nell Merelion. T Stone-Bbys- MARRIED- on VA Gehtte Wmd Big Damage Suit Aginst FkCpwiy-Setrfed- . l Proprietors aid Editor. NOMINATEl 1S99. Alter ON JUNE 28, - - riTBLISlIKU XVERV WKDNKSDAY BY Th9 Climax Printing Co. PKICK Many Days' Race Ceaies lo a CIsm at 10:30 Last Night. ADJOURNS UNTIL Mrs. U J. Frazee and daughter, MIs& Hettio Martin, are visiting in Losing' THE 2TM 1AUIT. ton and Louisville. Miss Nettle Farns, operator at Silver Creek, was the guest last week of Miss Centwl The GayerHflr's Josephine Schmidt. Valand ley View, were married at Hotel vReed, Lexington, Friday. The bride is a Miss Maggie Bryson, both Mr. Louis N. Stono ok of Western Birth Tetts no sweeter story to hamaniiy Hum the announcement that the health-river In the $50,000 "damage suit of Margaret Prince, executrix of Thomas. J. Prince, against J. B. Cbenault and others, directors of tho Madijjon County Fair Association ot Richmond, the demurrer to the petition was sustained. Now, Don't This Jar You. A Knoxville, Tenn.. jeweler has ac- CONVENTION PKlt YKAR, $1.50. After many days, the most turbulent convention that has over been held in Kontucky, came to a close in the "Gov ernor's race and two great leaders of Democracy went down in defeat, Hon. Win, Goebcl, of Kenton county, receiving the nomination on the twenty-sixt- h son, and niece of Mrs. G. A. Roy, manager of tho Southern Lumber Company. Attorney Green Clay camo up from The groom, who is a sawyer at the Cincinnati Saturday aud is tho guest of Southern Lumber Co.'s mills, is an inrelatives in this city. dustrious young man. This young couple, Mr. George Berry, wife and children, who have the hearty congratulations of of Lexington, are visiting Mr. T. J. their friends, will reside at "Valley View. Berry in tiiis county. Mrs. Honry Perry and family returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Jessamine county. Mr. Gilbert Grinstead, of tho Busy Dee Cash Store, spent Sunday with the Misses Park, at Irvine. Hon. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay entertained at euchre on Monday in honor of their distinguished guests. Judge John C. Chcnault was called home from Louisvillo by the death of airs, jistiu Ulay, oi jsourbon. Dr. John Bnrnam. professor of lan guagesin the University of Missouri, is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Mary Mathows has returned to Ashland after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. George Corzelius at Hotel Glyndon, Mrs. S. F. Bock and Mrs. "Walter Azbill will leave for Cincinnati to do mo guest oi Airs. a. is. wagers. Miss Helen Baker has returned to her iiomc in Jessamine after a pleasant visit to Miss Leila Harris, on Fifth to-da- daughter of Mr and Mrs. A.F. Bry- Hood's SarsaparHIa.. and tells of the birth of an era of good health.. It is the one reliable specific for the cure of all blood, stomach and liver troubles. , health-bringe- NEW to jyG:--Taylo- - CLOTHING - STORE r. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Hilt GOVKKNOK,- HON. WILLIAM GOEIiEL, OF KHNTON-- COUNTY. I'Olt ltAH.KOAI) COMMISSIONER, 3d. DIST. And at prices that will surprise you "for quality and fit. Don't buy until 3011 tho local club. Covington, who for several years has gun boys,aud be prepared Clean have seen our goods. We guarantee to sell you more goods and better tomeetluui been ono of the largest wheat buyers in Madison county, will coutinue to buy quality for the money than ever you got before. Our Lovers of Laniniage, Linger Here. of this and adjoining counthe out-pstreet. Do vou delight iu word painting, ties. . ii. Mr. Wm. Pnrkes has returned from men hmuu iu .ir uuuuiuus ouiuursi . mi Chicago, where he attended the Dental Reduced Rales Via L. & N. R. R. from the pen of J. Soulo Smith, the in Department of the Northwestern Unl imitable "Falcon," as ho portrays the d One and fares for round versity. loveliness ot KouKcastle faprings. Read trip to all points on or south, of the it and experience a transport of delight. Ohio river and east of Mississippi, good Altera pleasant visit to Miss Helen "Rockcastle Springs, Ky., Juno 18. FOB SHERIFF. Bennett, Misses Annie Clay and Eliza going July 2,3 and 4, good returning "This is We are authorized to announce JOHN F. tucky will bid farewell to Bradley ism betli Spears have returned to their until Jniy 7 account Fourth of perfect day Sunday night, and after a WAQBRS a candidate for Sheriff ot Madison the night has come with d July- - One and fare to Lex county subject to the action of the Democratic and place in his stead the Hon. Win home in Paris. ington and return June 27 to July equal, if not greater, glory. The full party. Goebel, of Kenton county. Masters Nicholas and Overton Har-be- r full of the finest piece floods for Suits to measure ever onpnnri. Rnik t,, 7, good returning July 9 account Chau moon lias not a cloud to dim it, aud We are authorized to announce JOHN W. will on Friday afternoon give a I1ALLAKD, of White Station, a candidate for tauqua One fare for round trip to Cin the river shimmers beneath its sheen measure and GUARANTEED from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see V&A party to their young friends at their Sheriff, subject tftthe action of the Democratic with barely tho suspicion of moun cinnati and return June 27 to 30. even- tain mist to dim its brilliancy. a Yet are party. The balloting , on yesterday resulting home near Whito Hall. us anu save money at ing and morning trains of July 1 good 5r We are aethSrized to announce MARTIN in ooeuers nomination, stood as lot not hidden in the Q ENTRY a candidate for Sheriff ot Madison Miss Mattie Ferrell is the guest of returning until July 5 account national tlio starsfor through the.the glory ofthey lows: moon, moist air county, subject to the action of the Democratic her aunt, Mrs. At. T. Chenault, in the baengerlest. 14TH BALLOT, shine larger tenderer, more spiritually party. county. She will leave shortly for an Goebel. 337 . beautiful than can be recti in ativ Married an Heiress. extended visit to Wincnester. . a7 Hardin.... FOR ASSESSOR. lowland of the world. Stars are never 377 Stone If Mathew M. Johnson a insurance trulyin supiemest glory savo in moun Mr. Milward Brown left Monday to We are authorized to announce JOE OLD15TH BALLOT. is paid, amounting to S125.000, then tain lands. It is a babbath night HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison attend the bedside of his brother, Rob county subject to the action of the Demo Goebel 3U ert Brown, who his daughter will be an heiress, and quiet, placid, demurely joyous, with a wMi is very low with con 857 Hardin.... cratic party. ' tiie following telegram from Lancaster voice now and tnen, a ripple ot laughThe Oldest Clothier and Furnisher sumption at Ins home in Louisville. -- .380 We are authorized to announce JAS. L. Stone will be more interesting: BAKEll a candidate for Assessor of Madison 16TH BALLOT. ter occasionally, and the distant strains in Richmond Mr. Rodman Keenan arrived home county subject to the action of the Demo Goebel ..... "Mr. Virginia Gastinaw, a wealthy of music from the baud playing' softly 319 Richmond, this week. He ex cratic party. yonng farmer residing five miles east for those who care to listen to other 357 from Hardin .. fc"n Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. perts to take a course in law at Central may3-0Stone Tc of here, eloped to Jeffersonville last melody than their own hearts make, University next year. Harrodsburg 17TII BALLOT. night with .Misa JNlmnie Johnson, a The cliff sides are shadowy, with dark Democratic Ccmmillcc Meeting. bayings, sixteen-year-olGfiebeL.. 355 Gkeen. On Monday, July 25, Joe, a pretty girl of this recesses, where lhe mouths of caverns 363 Hardin . Mrs. Dr. Hanger and children have twin son of Mr. an'd Mrs. Charles county, and there married. The bride sombro with overhanging rock: but as At a meeting or the Democratic com Stone 373 is the youngest daughter of the late tho trea wave iu the night wind flecks returned to Staunton, Va., after a visit Green, of cholera infantum. mittee of Madison county hold at the 18TII BALLOT. court Iiou.sc in Richmond, Ky., on Goebel ... 817 to her mother In this city. She was ac Jonxsox. Robt. Johnson, son of J, Mathew M. Johnson, who died three of light are sighted through their leaves. 370 companied by her sister, Miss Belle J. Johnson, Monday, May let. 1FW), it was ordered Hardin . formerly of College Hill years ago, leaving Sri,U0U life insur Memories are beautiful, and in the Dy Special Request Dr. Goldstein His De- O 373 McDowell. t hat a mass convention be held in each Stone f ET. this county, died at Plcasiireville last ance. The elopement created a bi; wakening dreams I have aro vivid as 19TII BALLOT. cided to Remain a Few Days Longer. surprise." "1 votinc precinct in Madison county on visions born of sleep. Dreams ahva s r A Kichmond. Indiana, dispatch an wsek after a lingering illness. De 351 Saturday, July 1st 1899, at 2 o'clock d, Goebel...... meet me bore, and I alwavs carrv Hardin 35t nouncea the engagement of Mr. Arthur ceased was a brother of Mrs. R. B. A Painful Accident. to solect delegates to a county Dem- Stone away mo in. 871 Chorles, of that city, to Miss Carrie 1 Combs, of College Hill, and Dr. Silas Circuit Clerk Newton Bright, of dreamsdream otwith lite. the place itself my ocratic convention to be held at the 20TII BALLOT. is tiie Riggs. formerly a member of the faculty Johnson, of Panola. Court House in Richmond, Ky.. July Stone ... county, a cousin of Mr. Montgomery 373 .Mauison institute. Elkix. At his homo in Louisville, ii. u. irewitt, oi tins city, met with a Mrs. Estill Chenault Clay Died in Chicago, X. to nominate a Democratic candidate Hardin . 370 oi 317 Miss Lizzette Dickson arrived home Tuesday, June 20, Wallace Elkin, aged serious accident at Mt. Sterling last to bo voted for as Representative for Goebel . A telegram Thursday announced the 21ST BALLOT. iwaujson county in the next General yesterday from a delightful visit to 25 years. Deceased was a son of Gar- week. Mr. Bright had bought a pistol Hardin . ,....369Jf ret Elkin, formerly of this county, and a few hours before the occtiranco and sad intelligence or the death of Mrs. Assembly of Kentucky. Miss Van Greenleaf, in Richmond.. Stone . ,..363. Dr. John Burnam, of Richmond, is a naa neon ill tor some time. The re was loading tne revolver when it was Estill Chenanlt Clav. wif of llrntia The basis of representation in each Goebel . ....352 died guest at tne Home oi Mr. Chas. Ste mains were interred in Richmond discharged, the ball entering below the Clay, Jr., whoClay in Clncago on that rotini: precinct shall be one delegate for 22ND BALLOT. Mrs. date. had phens. on East Third street. Paris cemetery, Wednesday. each lilty votes cast in tlio respective Stone right ear and lodging at tho hase of the Springs, Ark., receiving been to Hot 398 treatment lor precincts for the Democratic electorial Hardin brain. He is ono of the most popular jiieumatistn, ..355 News. and on her homeward w ticket for President in 1890and one vote Goebel .333 young men in .Montgomery county, w following young ladies and gen Tiie Paris, Kentucky, she votes or for each fraction of twenty-fiv- e and is engaged to be married to Miss journey to to consult a specialist, went 23RD BALLOT. tlemen are attending a houso party -:s who more cast at said election. ; o-:Bettio Owens, a niece of Mrs. J. M to Chicago Stone ...330 givon oy .miss istene i'oyntz, ot Mont Sheriff White, of Manchester, re Poyntz, of this city. Tho wedding was pronounced her sulferiug due to an lt is my specialty to fit glasses in The members of Madison county Hardin 318 gomery county thia week: Misses ported Killed by Hampton, yesterday. 367 in her side. She consented Dpiuocraticcommittecs residing in each Goebel to occur but has been postponed operation which was performed to ac such a manner that they relieve the Brown Mayme and Madge Hart and Sallie . 10 Wed eyestrain perfectly; fittinir the eye with votinc precinct shall call the precinct Goodnight on account of the accident. .. 3, White, Messrs. Henry White John nesday and resulted in ner death Thurs- spectacles that you can see with ease Fourth of July Rates. convention to order and 'presido while Owens ... 1H D, Goodloe, Harry Frances and James day morning. Deceased was twenty-thre- e " ,wimuii, biiuo picauivin Richmond's Horse Wonder. uiu eye. 21TH BALLOT. the convention is in session and certify 4 1 Low round trip rate aro In effect years of age, and leaves a hus- In examining tho eye only the latest AroucKie, tho result to the county convention to OoebeL . SSI from all points on the Queen and Cres The fastest quarter" of a mile paced band, a little girl five years old, and a and most improved methods and inStone .. 318 be hold on the 3rd of July. Mrs. Henry Perry, of Richmond, is cent noute. Dates oi sale July 2, 3 aud or trotted by any harness performer . 381 mother to mourn her untimely end. struments are used. All known Democrats and others Hardin The following 4th. Ask your agent for full particu- tins year, was paced by the lour-yeaUmtlrigg... . 15 visiting Mrs. T. West Physicians especially are invited to Showastho only daughter of Jephtha who supported the Democratic electo Berry - li wneeiiiien irom Jessamine attended the lars old chestnut filly, Maud Emperor, by and Laviuia Chenault, her father hav- call and investigate my methods of L. A. VY. meeting at Kichmond : Jno in 189G, and 25TH BALLOT. ral ticket for tMnperor Wilkes, at Lexington, on ing died twenty-thre- e years ago from a correcting errors of refraction. Many those who pledge thempolvos to sup. Hardin . S77X O. Perry, Jr., J. W. Overstrcet and son Y. P. S. C. E. Detroit, Michigan, July5-1Thursday last. The Ally is owned by similar trouble. Sho was a first cousin casses of headache, neuralgia, lieryous-neb. 383 Kirt the nominees of the county Demo- Goebel John, Jr., and J. W. Masters. Nicho- Mr. John R. Gibson, of this city, and is of Judge John C. and 1). M. Chenault, .. 830 irritability, insomnia, vertigo Low rates via tho Queen & Crescent cratic convention, shall be entitled to StoneStone dropped. lasville Journal. Route. Dates of sale July 3d to Cth. trained by Capt. Thomas W. Prico, of of this place, and lias numerous rela- nervous prostration and the seemlnjr participate in the precinct conventions. 2STH BALLOT. Lexington. The mile was done easily tives throughout the county, being a stupidly of children are often due to Mr. Spencer Smith is visiting friends Only one change of cars "to Detroit. J. 1J. Ciins.ui.T,Ch'ni. Goebel 659K in quarter was step, decendant of the Estills of pioneer days. defective vision caused by an abnorMr Liberal return uicumonu.and Ueorgetown for iu2:l,aud the last William Jett, Sec. Hardin 531K ped olf iu the remarkable time of :28i Mrs. Clay formerly lived in this city, mal curvature of the cornea or crys-talliTom Bigger went to Lebanon Monday full particulars. limits. See agents IN CLOTHING. This is the fastest burst of speed ever receiving her education at Madison Into do some special work in photolens or to an irregularity of the Thk female college that brought itseen on the Lexington track! I he stitute. She is well remembered by refracting media of the eye, aud aro iOuisviLLE, ivy., June 27. i:3op. m graphic artviews for Underwood & self into notice by conferring the deFor Kent. Men's Suits at. $2 00 up great John R. Gentry has dono a mile all who knew her, for her bright sunny relieved at once upon application of Underwood, of New York City. Har- cree of doctor of civil laws on McKin-lo- (Special ) Convention adjourned until roaspurg The storo house now occupied bv in 2:00 this season, but tho last quar terperament, lovely disposition, and proper glasses. Ninety per cent, of the ivien s jfants 40c. un Democrat. left out the word that in his case 3 o clock. Kedwine refused lo enter ,. . ., tn paced not as was handsome ns she,, was noble. The y s bmts at should be in the degree. Doctor of tain motion to adjourn sine die. iu j G9e. up J. T. Hamilton, wife and son.Harvev. Mrs. L. P. Todd on Main street, will ter wad Enirwror.good as that i'r nnn by remains wero broght to Richmond Sat- icumu ui urcem. cure uit uf?e iieeo glasses, KrtT Thn lillv-of be rented for remainder of this year, Afnud mm ou iHir oi uie uu neca mem civil service laws would more approwent to Cincinnati Sunday and spent possession given July 1st. J. E. the handsomest, purest gaited pacers in ZJK2. lip tu urday night, nnd after funeral services IU1 UiaLHUCU. J priately express it. Stanford Journal. Louisville, Ky., June 27, 7:40 p.m the day with their daughters, Miss Gkeenleaf, Assignee. my31-t- f. a record, and en at the Christian church Sunday bv Kentucky, is without irii-atr Stv, Jtrft nnf nln-nv(Special) Motion to drop on 25th bal Julia and Pattio, who are in business tered in various stakes throughout the Revs. Zack Sweeny, of Paris, nnd W. R prove eyesight, but to relieve undue For the sake of something interest- lot, cameu ny acz to oia. in Indianapolis. The former in NOTIONS. country. Henry Koehlcr & Company. Lloyd, of this city, wore laid to rest in strains; in short to assist nature. Thou- the State Republican convention, ing at wholosale ladies hat houso and the our beautiful city of the dead. The siinu 01 eyes are ruiuea yearly. Seven We Knew All About it. is to be fervently hoped that the feud Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25e. up it Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., inlatter in the telephone exchange. goes out to persons out of teu fighters in Clay county will not shoot Louisville Ky., July 27, 8:40 p. m Mrs. Mary Betts, one of Richmond's vite correspondence with ' Mill men Those lew citizens of Richmond, who sympathy of many friends of bereave- alike, and one out ofiiavo neither eves Gent's Undershirts 25c. up 20. Astigmatism; (Special) Uproar over Hardin's ef Sam Kash, the short homed who have lumber for sale. They buy remained at home were kept informed tho family in this sad hour the lion. Gent's Drawers hence the necessity of testing each eve ment. uillygoat of tho mountains, until he fort to prolong the contest by insisting most efficient teachers is spending va- - Poplar and Hnrdwoods in mixed cars, of 20c. up doings of the convention, and of the separately. Special attention is given I Dry or Green. Write them. apr5-C'.'.5g. up uis a chance to let loose just one more upon dropping hind man, injecting uuiiuu in mis county, ner out nome.. Ladies' Vests Chenault's chances, by the Climax's Miss Kate Tnbble, who has taught Bcrca College Commencement. to any inequality that may eiist be- oratorical ''effort of his life." Louis- new names ior tnat purpose. special telegraphic service. Mr. AVood's Ladies' Pants twpen tin rfifrntlon nf Hit. V scuooi in mis county ior several years, 25c. up ... . ...v ' ville Times. ..u..v... A l'lace to go. The Annual Commencement of Bewas in the Reporter's stand on the waB one of the teachers Optical science has made rapid ad- examined ; 3c. Up rea Colloge was held lust Wednesday. For luscious bananas, ripe apples, stage of the convention hall, and teleTHE BEGINNING OF THE END. at Richmond last week. Winchester viMices wiuiiii tue last lew vears, John G. White, of Winchester, Corsets 25c. up cold ico cream-sod- a water, fresh cakes, graph instruments transferred the A very large crowd was in attendance correct adaption of spectacles has the Democrat. be who was summoned to Manchester The following telegrams wero rushed go to news as fast as it was ground out. Con- and the exercises were unusually intobacco and Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars 10c. up just after the killing of Tom Baker, has to tins olllco alter UaDt. Htono was Judge Jno. C. .Chenault, of Rich- nice candies,next door to oldcigars,Oflice. sequently the Climax was able to post teresting. It seems that in former come a dintanct profession. The optic A. Dinelle, Post Courier-Journuirs--- ; a card in Tuesdays's dropped: mond, and Eagle, of Ar- Restaurant open day and night. years that if there had to be n bad ian who iiiurucgniy understands liis 15c. up bulletins every 15 nilnutea, nnd our business realizes fully that in adjustgiving his version of affairs. Ho is a friends were in possession of the facts rainy day it always fell on the day for ing glasses for his customers he is aprl9-5IvOuisviixe, jvv., JunoJ7, 10:15 p. m, kansas, attended the Baptist AssociaOC. lip Jt UUOUUOIO brother of Sherifr White, of Clay, and (Special.) Madison tion last week and were tho guests of red hot without waiting hours for the Berea Commencement, but last Wed- treating wth a most delicate and preBuggy Whips of the Whito who was killed. 10c. He vote goes to Goebcl. cheered as her Mr and Mrs. A. B. Oldham Miss nesday was fair and this added more to A Painful Accident. papers' state news. claims that a shot was fired in the Lillian Bybee, of Richmond, is spend Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols the pleasantness of tho occasion. Dr. cious organ, where the slightest error 69c UP air. woods tent that Jiaker occupied iust before We learn just as wo go to press that a un Saturdaywords, and sent us over N. W. Attuburn.of New York, assisted may result seriously, while if he does ing a lew uayswitn ner aunt, Mrs. U. o thousand crowds of Ladies' White Anrons up his work well, he not only gives com- Jiakor fell nnd insinuates that that was ijouisvillk. A.Y., j une zt. by Rev. R. G. McClelland, of Ohio, ad-- , d. m K. Oldham. Mt. Sterling Sentinel- - Miss Madge Hart, who is attending a Three-fourtCeople stood about our oflice bulletin dressed the graduating class. jurt ,inu ease 10 ins patrons, hut In Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists the shot that diit the execution He (Special.) house party in Mt. Sterling, jumped .25c. up J&te counties elve Democrat. After many iiiBiances restores Sight. until nearly inlduight when tho denies that his brother had his gate H, iol.nl 4fU Hnntm J(V from a buggy, recieving JBaoy .Bibs 5c, up 4 Misses Annie Louise Clav and Eliza shoulder and ankle. Weailislocated last message was received at adjourn- the morning exercises a delightful Snecial enre nhniiM Tin tal-nfn A nailed down and his doors locked or could not ment. For the exclusive sorvice ren- basket dinner was served on the beth Spears arrived homo "Wednesday learn the particulars owing to Fire Screens 10c, up lecting tho first pair of spectacles, nor that a Winchester with an empty carr n the late dered the Climax has received many grounds. The past year has been a .. .. .. i .. t Louisville, y., j une z(, w.Zo p. m aiternoon irom a Visit to .Miss Helen hour of receiving news. tridge in it was found in the house. very successful one in the history of Miuiuu ib ue attempted without tne aid compliments. (bpecial.) Goebel needs twenty-nin- e Bennett, in Richmond.... ..Misses Van or rpsnnnRfhln nntinon Tt n mum ... j 'i' tins college and President Frost to Greenleaf and Katie Blanton, of Rich votes to get ine pium. Republican Convention- OUR LTNE OF LADIES', GENTS AND Furnished Teachers With Questions. gether with the faculty are highly importrnt tbnt the lenses should be ac-mond, Jitiiel Myers, of Covington, and CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND SHOES Chairman C. C. Wallace has issued a The euniieiy ceuiereu anu 01 ine heat qualiMay Escott, of Shelbyville, are being As a result of recent inspection on pleased over the work done. pros ty, and the frames so made that the LOUISVILLE, ivy.. June zi. 111:32 n. m future holds out even brighter call for . the Republicans of Madison ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGER AM nr. (Special.) At exactly 10:30 ballot eniertaineu oy miss taKette Dickson, county to meet in mass convention at tho part of County Superintendent J. pects than have been realized iu the wearer looks dirctlv tlirnm.h tli THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and see them. closed with Qocbel a winner, Hardin on Last Third street. Bourbon News. the court house in Richmond, at 2 W. wagers into the certificates held by past, .following is tho program in ter. Glasses nicely fitted to the face necome an ornament as well as a Mr. Hugh Fleece, son of Mr. George o'clock, Monday, July 3, to select dele- some of the county teachers, whom he full: mi, Goebel 559. necessity. Fleece, oi this city, who has been con- gates lo attend the State convention at believed had secured questions and moksino session 9:00. parties peddling saino, had ducting a school at for Lexington, Ky. IN RIBBONS. Ky June 27, 11:05 p.m, some months past, Middlesborough Inst Lexington, July 12, to nominate candi arrested Friday evening and lodged in LouisvIlle, Music by the band. returned homo jail, Leon Lewis, of Berea, who was al (Special.) Goebel makes speech, in Friday. Mr. Fleece is a young man of dates for State olhces. We have a few bolts of the C. N. & Co.'s Ribbon Music, "All Things Bright nnd Beaulowed bail in the sum of $300, which tiful," School Chorus. uv macKuurn. Uronstoii irouucea Winchester Court. educational on hand which we will close out at No. 16, attainment he gave Sweeney, Rhea, James, Wheeler, also exceptional Oration, Shall the Republic be Per- and superior mental ability. We are J. A. Ramsey reports only about 50 leased. Saturday evening and was re10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. . Margaret Scudder, colored, of petuair, it- u. Lowe, .Medina, uiuo. taut. glad to learn that he will assist Prof. cattle on the market. One Essay, Before and After Taking, Anna Jackson in the next session of the lings wieghed about 500 pounds lot year the same locality, haa been placed brought under bond to appear before Judge Fay Hanson, Berea. Campbellsville High School. Camp- - $26; smooth fat cows, $a lxiuihviLLK, rvY., June -- xi:m p. m Fitting children with spectacles a 35; light plain Turpin next Saturday for tho 6ame Oration, Fret imes-- j ournai. (Special.) McCreary and Blackburn oeusviiie l steers 3 to 4 cents, according to quality. offense. The rigid investigation by the Doer8,.lIenry O. Hot Because of Evil specialty. Tinsley, Pittsburg. Mr. W. C. French lias returned from Auout 250 siieen sold at iromS1.25to Board may result in the arrest of oth have just spoken. Adjourned proba Parents, do not neglect your child Vocal Solo. "He Leadeth Me," Miss Harrison, Mason and Robinson coun $3 50 per head ; lambs 5 cents. Small ers before the week is past. A number Carrie Woods. i.iy mi lYeunesuay. uoou niglil. lren's eyes. See Our stock of Corsets of the teachers that passed the recent C.E. W. ties, where he has been in the interest crowd in town and a dull court day. Essay, The Deprivations of Hluh IMMcult cases solicited. of John B. Chenanlt's candidacj'. Mr All questions in regard to the eyes examination will be refused their cer- Stations, Mary C. Hoopes, Oberliri, before you Addition lo Centra! University's Faculty. We French also visited relatives and snent tificates, although their marks entitle UIUU. cueeiuiiy answered. one night in the house in which he was Two new additions to Central Uni- them to same. A number of certifiOration, Have Steam Up Move 1. R Consultation And Examination can please you with born in Mason county. On his wny versity's faculty have been announced cates issued in May will possibly be C. Heard, Appalachicola, Florida. PltEE. Tho golden harvest fields, the warble nome ne stopped in jjexinirton to see for next session. Prof. Wm. revoked. OlHce hours from 10 a. am. to 3 p. in. R. & G. Armoside, Jissay, Uiiilogy on the College Belle, of sweet voiced birds, tho meadMr. Ab Oldham, of Mt. Sterling, is his brother, who is there Irom Cali late of Princeton, succeeds ProfFoster. Hallio F. Embree, Berea. at Glyudou parlorw. Kichmond, Ky. It. M. How They Stuck lo John. fornia attending the bedside of his sick Parks to the chair of Chemistry, and ows all decked in their. clover nure mis weoic. W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. Oration, Secret forces. Edward A. bloom are not surer signs of sumDr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart aro at son. This is the first time these Prof. W. A. Read, Phd., formerly of Rarely, if oyer, has a State conven- Chapin, Litchfield, Ohio. if brothers have mot for twenty-fiv- e years, isoiitnwcst Virginia institute, will sue tion been of sucti local interest, inten- Norsah. uuartette, "lhe Owl and the Pussv mer than the rapid flitting of our Swango Springs. Mr. uiarence u. woods, who is in ceed Prol. breen ns Professor of Latitrisified hk It lias been by tiie candidacy CaL" Prof. Peniraan, Messrs. Maun, lines of summer stulf. The list Mr. John A. Graham was down from of Mr. John B. Chenault, of this city, Highin and Pope. Louisville attending the convention as and Greek. Irvine baturday. below is a suggestion of what the special correspondent of tho Climax, for Auditor. Asido from instructing uration, Nothing Disgraceful, win. IN HATS AND CAPS. . Arrcslcd on The Charge oi Rape stock contains. the, delegates for Chenault and no one Miller, Richmond. Hon. Grant E. Lilly is attending cir- has beeit unceasing in his efforts to Men's Ulack Felt IIats np Oration. The Time Is Short." W. D. rush the new6 to this office. His tele Alexander Milier, colored, of Kirks- - elso, and sending them untrammeled Men's Nice Straw Hats" ; iu his interest, the many friends who Embree, Opal, Wyoming. jail Mr. J. A. Chestnut, of Danville, was grams, towhich are received every ville, was lodged in rape, here Tuesday accompanied our candidate Boy's Nice Straw Hats m twenty thirty minutes, are displayed on the charge ot Tlii variety is comphle; Oration, Christianity Our Business, attests his preferred bv Men's and Boy's Caps .7100." 11 iu mis city iuonaay, on tho Climax bulletin board in front Mary a, nodes, colored, or Uie same great popularity at home. A list of Harold B. Hunting, Berea. Oration, Find a Way or Make It, Mr. X. V. Whito leaves I for of the oflice We feel no hesitancy in locality. Miller was brought before those who went to Louisville in' his bePrices saying that the public appreciates tho Judge Ttirpin baturday, but waived half is not obtainable, but suffice to say John W. Neleev, Chicago, Illinois. triumph:. IN CARPETS. went ten days ago have never Oration, Life Up in America,-- J. Carl the Climax has displayed. examining trial and was held over to some-whMrs. J, M.Povntz is unnndinc n leve enterpriseMr. Woods' and. also Hemp capacity as a cor Uie Grand Jury in the sum of ?200, left him for a minute, while others Fay, Germantown. 10c up Unions ;..25c up White Sulphnr and Music, ''Hosanna in the .Highest," whom circumstances compelled to come which he gave and wasTSleased. respondent and newspaper man. Urussels 44c up Heed Veranda Rockers, Green, Red or Jute i5c. iip home have returned to or three times. Hannnnia. JJiisa Jlna Hchlegel has returned Rugs ..25c up iMattintra 10c. up Col. and Mrs. W. J. Wilmore left to arnished, $1.50. Chalybeate. Pleasure Masons Celebrate. Conferring degrees and presentation Whatever the outcome of this momo-rabl- e a visit to Mt. Sterling. iroiii night to attend a house party at the struggle, Mr. Chenault will have Ann Chairs, Oat or Ited, lartrc and Mrs. Coleman A large crowd was present at tlio cel- Neff is- visiting rela Hon. and Mrs. 11. J. Clay's at Rich of knowing his county- and Health. Resort. Music, "Colutnbii,""School Chorus. comfortable, $2.23. IN HARDWARES Ky. There Will be present at enration oi ht.Jotin's Day atKirksvilIe, the satisfaction his hack, encouraging mond, tives anu menus in .uoxjngton were at Michinan Refrigerators that keep Ice; Benediction. party tlid Hon. George Wilson, of Saturday, by Madison Lodge, No 183, men by counsel and personal . OPENKnlvesand Forks..per set him 31c. np Mr. Irvine Prather, of Lexington the FUh Llnea.....; endeavor, ic. each , aro odorless nnd don't get out of viBiteu uis jatner nere oanuav, wasnington. uoinniissioner of internal l'. A A. M. (speeches were made bv Cake Turner. Recess and Basket Lunch. 4c. Tu.u. Fish Uooks....L. dor Fllea. Revenue, and wife, and the Hon. and Rev. A. J. Pike, of Broadhead and and leaving no etone unturned to push .. 3c up Curllnir Irons. ..ZZLZ .Si. op order, 8.50. him on to victory. Teaspoons c set op AKTEUXOOI? SESSION 2:00 Butcher Knives 10c. J1SI 1st 15 ODTOBEE hi,- Mr. J. w. Morris, of Georgetown Mrs. S. J. Roberts and the Hon. and others. Masons from diflerent lodges ec set up Tablespoons. Mrs. John Yorkes, Mr. and Mrs. Wil in Madison and adjoining counties Bpcnt uunaay With his best girl Music by the Band. Union Services. were present. A sumptuous feast was Music, "Unfold Yo Portals," Miss Mary Little is the guest of Miss son will be m Kentucky about two spread, and the day was On the It. N. I. & B. Railroad and the As usual, the pastors of the churches pleasantly weeks, and wlil visit Co!, and Mrs. Wil ivaiuerine iiarvoy in iiouisville, of Richmond will conduct union serKentucky River, in the midst of more Here netft Week, thenco coini? to spent. Address, W. W. Atterbnry. J). D. vices, Sunday evenings , at 7 :45 o'clock, Mr. Otto Watts, an old C. U. boy, is Danville to visit Mr. and Mrs. Yerlcps. Wq carry tins largest assortment in the Music. "Old Kentucky llomeA' Stu Mountains and Romantic Scenery. Bud Dunn through the months of July and AuV hue it is given out that the assembly city and have every color, price visiting relatives hero this week. The Whito Sulphur Is a specific for gust. These services are always enjoy- dents' uiiorus- - R. G. McClelland. Respectfully. Submitted to Cash Trade, We are authorized to announce that Address. Rov. Miss Frances Young has returned at lur. ways is ot a purely social na and size, 75c, $1.25, 2.50, $3.00. able and profitable. They afford the skin and Jcidney- - troubles; the . ... !I ture, nevertheless it is said that tho Mr. Bud Dunn, tho prosperous tarmer f t Short Addresses. t uuiu u vihii, iu inenus in I I 1 vine pastors opportunities to hear each ouuiny Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot prominent men win iormuiafe some and Block dealer of White's Station. Music. "Work for the Night Is rtCoin Mr. D. McDonald, of Danville, was plan in regard to Kentucky's Republi will be a candidate for Assessor, sub other and to enlarge their acquaintance ing," Congregation. Sulphur Baths in tho house. can politics whereby a strong candidate ject to the action ot the Democratic- in the community, and affords the rcgitiiercu at uotei uiynuon Saturday, Benediction. party. Mr. Dunn is widely known over congregations opportunities to illusFor further particnlars address, Mr. and Mrs. Georeo CorzelinR vfB. wilt be nominated for Governor trate "how good and pleasant it is for State of Oiiio.Citv or Toledo, Nicholaaville dispatch to Sunday's the county, a trne Democrat who haa AQENT F04t McCALL PATTERNS. itea v. uorzeiinsat Ashland last week, Courier-Journa- l. brethren to dwell together In- - unity." County. Lccas worked faithfully lor uis party, and We add below the program as ;far as Mr. K. Jj. Gentry was over from Lex Chenoy makes oath that ho Frank J. will make an efficient officers should "' Thsmu, Frcp'r,, arranged : is the senior partner of tho firm of F. J. ington anu spent Sunday with he be elected. JILY. Cheney & Co, doing business in the Opened may31-4A Narrow Escape. This Is the third iaiuuy. IRVINE, KY. 2. First Sunday Rev. V. R. Lloyd-a- t City of Toledo, County and State aiore-saishipment. They are at least 20 Mrs. Minnio Jacobs, of tHnrJnnati. la Elder W. R. Lloyd's meeting at the Presbyterian church. and that said firm will pay the While painting on tho court house tne guest ot Her son. Mr. flharlpa Christian church at Hustonville closed 9. Second Sunday Rev. J. . K. sum of One Hundred Dollars ifor each per cent, cheaper than you enrr J SCO US. the scaffold on which 'Sunday night. There were two addi- Saturday afternoonana Koy err this ib and eyery caso of Catarrh that cannot mid in the city. Walter uailard White wore Smith at Christian church. . nr 10. Third Sunday Revi T. S. Hu- be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. mra. joe tiarns navn rn. tions aud a general awakenina of the standing, gave way and fell to the iur. mmi i ia4rwiujor hcoqj ti laawaT ca.B. turneci irom an extended trip through church. Stanford Journal. FbAJOCJ. C.HEN.EV. .ruif stone floor, more than fifteen feet be bert at Baptist church. 23. Fourth Sunday Rev. S..A, OwSworn to before me and subscribed in .lid VI COb. Tho First Presbyterian church wiln low. Mr. Ballard's ankle was broken 1 FvtR av, $ my presence, this Gth day of.Deccjnber, .I-ens at Methodist-church:- . fESST ailS?08 MUierVla Park Pllnlna nn,l celebrate tho Sacraraont of the Lord's and his back considerably bruised by Insure yonr dwelllags, trua and all ether H 30. Fif thi SundayRev. T;, A.D71S80. Supper next Sundav mornincr at thn 11 the fall. Mr. White caught to a niece property In the Blue UrsM Iatanwce Compa Florence Myers are vlsltmz friend in at Presbyterian church. ny, 01 iiiCKtOB(,K.y., A. tome inttitntloa WE MAKE THIS TOP BUMY "TiS! . r o'clock service. Preparatory services of timber nailed to thp gido of the wall ut. oioruug. Q Ives r.rolectiOB atninst fire. LleMnino- - unit wja MWtaM WH StMt : (bhal AIT.U8T. will be held jn the Jecturo room, Sat- and held thore by the tips of his lingers To man of Tbe rbeapcat and Kost reliable Notary tulilic. Messrs. Robert Taylor ami James 8, urday morning, at 10:30 o'clock. company Ior the people f our coanty now until a ladder was placeduwder him. 6 First Sundny Rev. W. R.Liovd Crntcher spent seyprnl days 1 Lexia. Hall's Catarrh Cure is laken intenwl-ly- , operating la the mn.1 mini mmim bsnwr wvmr Although the plank be cangMkb was at Baptist church. ' ton last week. and acts directly on tte Meed woA only one inch wide, Mr. WmMwld on 13. Second Sunday Rov. J. K; mucous-surface- s of the syMfa.. Send M celletor, B. . B. BIiA.CS. AttOMwyat-- Mr. nd Mr. K, with only one hand for a Smith at Methodist church. MAlN AND UROAJDWAY, a Mate Mm, Krt'.oflfea minute, his grip thus saying him ifrom nave jeturaed tros a 20. Third Sunday Rov. B. A.- - Ow. foe testimonials, free. sr.- DatMHMIMUBttt HAOAK.--M- r. Md Mm. Trrv TIur a terrifete fall wbleli would bays F. J. Chsxsv: Co., TeJete, O. '. Mreite Goart ens t Christian phnrch. I3S.80 BicxiNGTOgj Ky. imtOt., peomAmmt, are rejoicing RW'tH arrlvl, Xorwjy rtw!fc)d in broken liBfhi, If "7. Fourth Sunday T. g. Hit. Sold by druggists, 75 etU. " J.B.CABTKB, OHfOACO ' " Jfall'j Family PiiUrf m bttrM Christjancbwh, ut . i- ballot. Though the convention must have been tiresome to the peoplo of Ken ANNOUNCEMENT tucky and especially to the delegates FOR nUPRESENTATlVH. We are authorized to announce M. II. WILL it was most certainly best for Democ IAMS a candidate tor the Legislature, subject to racy that the convention should have ine action oi mo uemocrauc party. W. W, deliberated so long over so important We are authorized to COMI1S a candidate to succeed hlmselt in the next general assembly of the State ot Ken- - a decision, where the best of Ken lucKy sudjcci to me win oi ine uemocrauc pany. tucky's politicians have offered them' selves as candidates for tho guberna poit countt clerk. We are authorized to announce ARCH torial chair.' The result brings joy to K WAN AUG II DOTY forCountr Clerk, sucject to me action oi tne uemocrauc rarcy. tho victor nnd sadness to the vanguisli We are authorized to announce C. M. ItAY- I1URN a candidate for County Clerk, subject O'l, but the grand old party has taught lo uieacuuu ui ine uemucnuc We are authorized to announce D. R. TEVIS its creatures to endure defeat aqd rea candidate for County Clerk subject to the joice in victory. But the greatest vic action ot the Democratic party. tory will be in November when Ken OF MT. STERLING. anno-mc- e COL A- - W. HAMILTON. Finley-Sohlege- l. At the Methodist church inMt Sterling,, on Thursday evening. June 8, at 8:30, President J. W. McGarvcy, of Lexington, united in marriage Rev. A. P. Finley, formerly of Alabama, and Miss Elizabeth Love Schlegol, daughter of A Schlegel, The church was tastefully decorated Jn white aud green, palms beiug used profusely, with myrtle. To the sweet strains of music from tho MM lain complished a wonderful feat in engrav ing. Ho lias engraved' upon the head of a common brass pin all the letters of tho alphabet and the figures of 1S00. of an This is upon a surface of inch in diameter. Somerset Paragon. Pigeon Shoot. organ presided over by Miss Howell, tho wedding party approached the altar iu the following order: R. M. Barnes, Jr., and Miss Margaret Jones; W. T. Bryant and Miss Emma Weedon; Rov Elbert Dawson and Miss Nannie Bark-leGeorge Schlegel and Miss Minnie McCormick; then approached from the study the groom with Tiios. R.Wilson, meeting at the altar the bride with ner 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, pink. The ceremony was impressive, hutBimpIe, and was listened to by a throng of friends who crowded to its utmost capacity tlio building. The ennobling qualities of the bride, reared in our city, are well known. The groom has a large circlo of acquaintances and friends, as lie was pastor of Christian church in this county, during his course at college. He had previously graduated from the College of the Bible, and on the morning of his marriage had graduated from tho College of Arts at Kentucky Uni h versity, no is now pastor ot tlio at Burgin, Kentucky. The happy couple left on the 9:50 train for a short visit to Virginia re sorts, alter which they will return to Burgin, their future home. .Our best for useful and happy lives at tend them. Mt. Sterling girls have special charms ior preacners. as Miss bchlegel is tne third to marry a preacher in seven weoks, and still there are more to Advocate. y; Chris-churcfol-fo- The regular shoot of tho Madison Gun Club cn Friday evening, June 23, the lyings-to- n was won by Dr. H. C. Jasper. T. J. iarraor Smith, Jr., being away from home gave neighborhood, a and trader, a highly respected citizen Dr. Jasper a chance. v Democrat, will ill duo and a Folio whig is tho scoro: time announce his candidacy for Sher- Dr. IL C. Jasper, 1111011100011111001110011 .17 iff of Madison county, subject to tho Dr. V. II. Hobson, lllllOlOlllOlOOllOlOJldU.. It 15 action of the Democratic primary elec- Itobt. Edwin Turley.llOlOOllllluiOOOlOOllOlll .12 S. Noril Jloberley. O01KOO0111100I1 100100011.. 11 tion. Mr. Mnupin says his candidacy u. l. (jnenauu, luuiuuuuuuiuuuuuiuuuui shall bo made with kindly feeling to D. 13. Shackelford, 101000001U011100001C0010.. .10 9 E. E. Mitchell, UlOlllOOOftKOQlOOOlOOOlO. all opponents. 3 j oo tjnenauii.uuuu.'uiuiuiuiiuuuuiuiiuiu. For Sheriff. Mr. Socrates Man pin, of well-know- n Iife-Ien- Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Street next r Sons, we are better prepared than ever to show, thqr newest iind finest line, of I ' Furnishing Goods LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES. Clothing, Hats and ' 6 T. T. Covington, 1001000000001001010000010 Mr. Covington Retires. 4 Waller Cbenault, 1001010000000UXW00000100 place Friday The next Mr. T. T. Covington, one of tho best evening at 3:30 p.will take in. known business men in this city, will will be given on July 4,A special shoot at which time retire after July 1 from the firm of Cov- Mr. D, Gay, of Pine Grovo, one of ington, Arnold & Bro., leaving tho the J. finest CJay Pigeon shots in Ken- business to the Messrs. Arnold, who lucky ,and who nasaieroni oi seventy-fou- r will continue at tho same stand under seventy-fiv- e birds, will the firm name of Arnold Bros. Mr. shoot-vvit- hout of your Ever opened in Richmond. We have a few goods left we brought from our Firsf'Store" that we will sell at YOUR OWN price as long as they last. Our new goods are of the f CUSTOM one-thir- TAILOEETG DEPARTMENT one-thir- Is FIT at 1 fel DEATHS illl d llli ) J . .1- LOCAL. IfesSlsF f?p' 1 PlI 3 Ft I ?P S?I'ot flip! UU - wWM ' ab-co- ss -.- to-da- 1 1 r- Pre-ide- nt 0. s, 5 Elder's FAS Stor at.. '. uo y. t .......... a n Twels al m -- iu-.L'- ,oc. n 1 1 ... -- 5 4& C.F.Brower&Co X3 ilis Summer gfe ', lasts are Ready. PERSONAL bu'. T if - SPRINGS W ik m to-d- o - " 51 -- hammocks. . Har-inoni- a.. ' 1 24 Ice Cream to-da- E. V. ELDER. Freezers RELflQIOUS. bi 1 1 m 4 d, ' FaimlseHoie km Pt, SISS SEND ONE DOLLAR ? . ert fower&Co r" 1 IB mltwui H. U. II 1' MONEY'S WORTH COME AND SEE US! THE WAY THROUGH. ! I . :ft,,4f Our stock is complete in WE CAN PLEASE YOU. ever' particular, ! OUR prices right all $1 25 1 SEE A FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW T l'R(?.lc S0J."J C5 f price 00 worth leather " solid j'er Oxfords, common sense, Coin too patent 2j 8 E J'.e, extra nice light weight Kid Oxfords. Black or Tan,orcommon tin, size orlo to EE, toe, kid or i 25 worth Ladies souse Coin Oxfords, Dongola Kid or Calf, common sense, size 3 8 $1 r if iICLTMOND is wild with excitement ;it tlie 60 hndies ?,,.t,JV"2i Yrl.c 1 V It ieB new TanuU,n Calf s,P"nK heol lac or hutlon, kid or patent tip, 2 to 8, I) 01 E Men u Box in lace or button, all style toes, size 0 to 11. 0, I ami K 3 i ........ Si , en s Black or Tan, Pftlf Uht or dark euado, all stylo toes, size C to , 11. C and U?........ anJPx J? ii, in all styles, lace or confess. G to 11 I), E and EE 3 i ...... Men a Clack or Tan. Vici or Calf, all styles, size 6 1 1 1 ies, y.i'.t'ill?e Bpr,nK .r K to? D shoes, pr.i?,er,;:""A-low "All The Go," patent tip. vesting top size 2J to 8 E. print. heel, kid tip, Coin toe. fize2 to 7 E. prico i so wofth $i 1W w.-rt- 75- -2 1 75 w. i rth worth f 1 worth worth on 2 (X) 2 25 75. 2 CO 50 worth (XI IX) 3 50 4 00 to 11. Eand EE ". ...yr. 2 PRICES f RICE , HBusyBee Sb A.K,3STOHiID3 -- CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our low prices for which THE BUSY BEE ami previous offers that have convulsed the people, Successors to WALLACE & RICE. The Richmond Climax. a caa WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28, a Dr. Tlobsoji, Dentist. a In fire minntrs. Sour stnmael1 Kead Dr. Goldstein advertisement. and Summer CoinpIaluU. ITU-e- , 25 Cents He is busy and will remain a few davs Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. O. 1899. ! longer at the Glvndon. White. Twenty-tw- o , Judge Qnincy Ward died Monday night at Taris. CUDAN RELIEF cares DlMAim CoIi"Is'eiinilBtaanrtTooth;hr lUlHvl 5 H 6 T1 eoW jffpto liiHDfe. " ..ea H ftepflas p? pi a p?g On the first counter of our store will find a selection of Clothing, of which r . cases of small pox are 300 sample summer coats and reported from Ark, a village six miles Viutu 1 a f minnnrl in till tln Intnut a best siyles, at less thim manufacturers. from Pineville, Ky. e A a Springspicnic will be given nl Mallory cost 10 be closed out Moutler b new "The Worst ColdJ Ever Had." Friday. a lolliinir house. Mmn street. opposite Yon can cure it in one nicht with Dr. Madison National Bank. tf Have you been in StoufTer's new 8 Bell's 23c at all tf ea store, 011 Main si root? druggists No cure no pay. Tor Rent. a rBcrea is to have a fair August 30, aa Six rooms over Higgins & Ellis' gro William Stuhhs a Lyon county farm ea 31 and September lsL cery store for rent for offices or resident. er, was lound dead in Ins cornfield. 00 08 StoufTer has moved to Main street. Apply to J. T. McClintock, Richmond, je28-tf- . If th predisposition to worms in chil neit to John G Taylor's. tf Kentucky. 09 a 98 PUBLIC SALS. Grisgby & Muncey have rooms to Having decided to leave this nlace. rent. Head their ad on first rate. the undersigned will sell at public aucFull line of road wairons and binr- - tion in the town of Irvine, Kentucky, gies at Higqins & Luxon's. mv31 5t on Monday, Julv 17, 1899, a nice house Finest line of neckwear in the citv ami lot 011 Miff 11 Street. The house. at Stoutl'er's new store, Main street, tl which contains four rooms and a hall, s is in condition, with neces Ihe lot is 40xlo0 Call on Hipuins & Luxon court dav sary feet. This residence is located in the for special prices in vehicles. my3I-5- t best part of the town. lerms made known nn dav of Rale. A.J. Ross iravo a fish frv to a num ber of friends at Lake Itelw Thursday. For further particulars call at this of fice, or address Mks. G. Thompson, The white ton is said to be a sinn of Irvine, Kentucky. je23-3- t drouth, and the fields are covered with A Novel Device. it. Mr, S. Neville Moberlev has added precinct convention next Democratic Saturday. Every Democrat should at to his uudeitaking department a very novel and hatidv device for lowering tend. colIins into the grave. It consists of a Twenty-on- e coloied ecIiooI teachers frame work which fits around iheiirave. were examined for certificates last Across this two ropes are stretched on which the coffin rests. By the simple week, turning of a crank the collin is loweie l Johu Moberlev has succeeded U. slowly and steadily. When the E. Curtis as postmaster at Fox, Estill box, which is aliendy down in the county. grave, is reached, a spring is touched thus the ropes are loosened "Uncle" Alford Williams, a veteran and frame is ready for removal from and the the of two wars, is critically ill at his home grave. Mr. Moberley teils the Climax near Kutliiou. that tliere are only two of these ma Fiof. C. R. Adams opened hisclats chines in fie State, the second being in in .physical culture at Masonic Tem- 1'ans. ple Monday night. Tim O'Neal caught two cat-fis- h at To assist digestion, relieve distress Lake Reba Thursday that weiitheu after eating or drinking too heartily, seveu pounds each. to prevent constipation, take StoufTer took more than 100 measures in one week for suits and pants. New store, Main street. tf Sold everywhere. 25 cents. first-clas- Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt ' will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, "Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. t . In, Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. 19c. per pair. Boy's $2 00 and $".5 Children's Strictly dren is not cured thpy may become emaciated, weaklv and in dantrr of ronvulsiohR. Wiiite's Cream Vermi- fuzn i the most successful and popular remedy. Price 25 cents, at Perry & iune7-lm- . Thomas. A man was lynched by an Alabama mob. The Modern lieauly Thrives on good food and sunshine, with Knee Pants, double knee and double 6eat, all colors, worth 7oc. per pair are yours in this sale for 39c. All-wo- ol 50. $4 50 and $5.00 Knee Pant sale at $2.G9, all stvles, "Cream of $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at $1.49; Onr Suits go in this the Stock." Big Boy's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $3 00 nnd $4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at S1.9S in you can take j'our choice at just Boy' $1.25 and $1.50 Knco Pant Suits in double breasted and Keefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 11, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. OneHa.lf Price. We find these Men's 0" at . 0" - lots which are broken, and in order to clean them up we have placed them all on the BARGAIN COUNTER at one-hal- f price. For instance: A S5.00 SDIT FOR S2.50. A S10 SUIT FOR S5.00. A S12.50 SUIT FOR S6.25. Don't let this opportunity pass. after the season's business, many -- 09 Covington & Mitchell. .'. ' ." oaaeaaaaoaeeaaaasaaaaaaaaesaaaaaaaasaaaaas june7-lm a a a sa a a a a a ea ea ea ea ea ea ec ea ee e ea ea aa plenty of exercises in tho open air Her form trows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her systom needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses tho centle and pleasant Syrup of Figs, made by tlie California Fig Syrup Co. only. The Wisconsin Legislature has forbidden use of living rooms for manufacturing purposes. me raw m Rig Boy's $7. $3, $9 and $10 Long Pant Suits, choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick nnd fit in this sale at $1.98. CHANCES m ma mm m m Good Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, wortli $5. $0 and $7 will he closed in this clearance sale at $2 93. te Men's Fine All wool Suits, choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted, s.ick and frock styles - of fino imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit in the lot worth and sold everywhere from $8 to J12, take your choico and pick in this sale at $1.93. Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladles' Dos sola Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 go in this sale at 75c Der Dair: Men's Kunuav Shoes in lace nd congress worth 1 .5u will be dished out to you at SOc per pair; Men's $1.75 and will $1.00; Men's dark ti shoesleather be and H shoes, they goTan, Black Vici and real $3 in this sale at $19. Russia Such All-wo- Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. with specks and spots floating before your eyes, or you have pains on tlie right side nuclei the ribs, then your liver is deranged. and ynu need a few doses of Herhine to regulate at Price GO cents, at Perry & june-lihomas. Ia.--t In the three years Ihe Unitrd Slates lias sold abroad $1,300,000,000 more than it has bought is blurred m If your sight ing reserved. wide Serges, Henirettns, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width goods worth 33c and 50c per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish You can make your unrestrictdressers to a ed selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments wortli from $14 to $lt5, able tailor-tnnd- o they go in this sale at $8.48. Organdies that were !Bc and ."15c per yard are now 12',c in this sate; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 2Sc per pair are 10c in thi sale. 3, 1. and some 8's that ware One lot of Slippers for ladies in sizes formerly sold at $1.23, $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this sale at 50c 2, per pair. and 85c per yard will be Fine Jacqnads. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double widtli Fine Dress Goods. Former price 75c slaughtered in this sale at 40c per yard. Nothing leserved. After $isinet relief and comfort in Asthma "On' Rood turn deserves another." ( 'ii's Honey of Tar has no equal. Those who have been cured bv Hood's I''.'1' 25 and 60 cents, at Perry and Sannpnrilla are glad to tell others r I mas. ' l kti rm $M iOFF-I. J. Mr. P. Ketchman, of Pike City, CaL, says: uunngmy brother s late sick more clothing for 6ells feet of other people help the cob- A bloodhound is noted for his dog- - tlie money than any other clothier. employes at ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham Tho strike of street-ca- r berlain a Pain Balm was the only remi.j get ahead. ged perseverence. Uleveianu, ., lias been settled. tf New store, Main street. edy that gave him any relief." Manv others hive testified to tlie prompt Digeslos Dyspepsia Tablets d of Higgins & Luxon have a from pain which this liniment af buggies and carriages. Don't fail to enrich the blood, strengthen the nerves fords. For sale by Perry & Thomas. iuay3l-lsee them when in town. and tone the entire system. 25c a box druggist. june7-li- n " A beautiful Chickcring piano, made at all druggists. mud-holTrouble Is like a it's easy of mahogany, can be purchased from but takes all ones jnel4-t- i G. W. Kvans, Jr., for $00. willing .... .run . lor uovernor on an in- - -power to get out. to . I Harney Kelley, who fell from his "Take care of the pennies and the A sallow, jaundiced skin in a synip stable loft a week ago and injured his torn 01 disordereu liver, as it springs pounds will take care of themselves." spine is able to be out again. Large things are but an aggregation . e 1 "" I rum uiuarv poisnim (lie reiaineii fin .1 The court house is taking 6n a new blood, which destroy energy, cheerful- of small tilings. If we take care of the dress, which will add greatly to the al- ness, strength, vigor, happiness and small things we are in effect taking care largo ready picturesque old mansion. life. Herbine will restore the natural ot the combinethings which the small to make. functions of the liver. Price 50 cents. things care of what yon eat. when von Take btouuer has taken more measures at Perry & Thomas je7-leat, and how yon eat, and your stomach for suits to order this spring than all the rest combined. New store, Main St. There have been five deaths from will take rare of itself. But who takes tf yellow fever at Santiago, Cuba, out of caro or such trivial things? That is whv, someday, the majority of people cases. Mr. T J. Curtis sold Thursday to thirty-fiv- e nave 10 take care 01 the stomach. When 11. Dillingham, of Platte City, Mo., J. New and Valuable hat day comes, there is no aid so ef ids line hay stallion, Curtis Squirrel, forSoOO. medicinal agencies are combined in Dr fective in doing the result of past care Bell s It advances a lessness asnr. nerce s uoideu .Medical At a meeting of the City Council new theory in the treatment of coughs. Discovery. It strengthens the stomach, last Friday night, an order was made colds lung and bronchia! troubles. It and restores the organs of digestion lor two mules and one cart for the use gives immediate relief to consumptives. and nutrition to a condition of healthy activity, f tliU city. it cures DUiousness, Heart palpita Gov. Roosevelt was prewnted with a burn, flatulence, indiget-tion- , Abraham Walker, colored, was bit- handsome gold medal by his Rough tion, dizziness, cold extremities and a by a snake last week while cutting RiJers at the reunion in Las Vegas. score of other ailments which are hut ten the symptoms of disorder in tlie stom weeds in the yard of Mr. G. J. Prewitt. N. M. aeh and its allied organs. on Third street. I was seriously afflicted with a cough Money is nn uncertain quantity; it's The foundation for the Methodist for several years, and last fall had a church at Gdlejre Hill lias been laid more severb cough than ever before. so cnaiigeauie. Tlie housu will possibly be ready for I have ued many remedies without re Hardly a day passes, in families ceiving much relief, and being recom where dedication September 1. in mended lo try n bottle of ( hamnerlain s Ktllard'sthere are children,not which needed. It was not John Kiddell, formerly Cough Remedy, by a friend, who. It quickly Snow Liniment is cures cuts, wounds, bruises. of the revenue service in this city, that knowing me to be a poor widow, gave UOriis and wis shot at Pineville I list week. It It to me, I tried it and with the most at Perry scalds. Price 2o and 50 cts., june7-ln-i it Thomas. was another man by the same narno. gratifying results. The first bottle re lieved me vory much and the second Dreamers are the world's great archiTito Kentucky Bapiist Association bottle had absolutely cured me. 1 have has closed its meeting in Mt. Sterling not had as good health for twenty tects; tlie toilers are its builders. alter ueiiig in session live days. It years. Respectfully, Mrs. Mary A This is Good Neus. will meet next year in Greenville, Heard, Claremore, Ark. bold by Perry Zmetoh. Ky., June 16, 1899. Mrs June lo. june-lx Ihomas. Heltin Bishop, of this place, was trouIt iR stated that Dawson is crowded bled with neivous spells and could not William Maupin and George Wil- more, both coloieu. wno were arrested with idle men, who are willing to work get any medicine that, would give re- net until she began the well known at tarristown by Deputy feheiifl K. W for mot any wages. blood purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla. Colyer for obstructing the highway. If You Are Restless The first bottle of this medicine did were reieabeu on uoud. and cannot sleep at night, a dose of Dr. her good. It not only relieved tlie nerIn Knott county Lenville Harvey Bell's will give you vousness but cured her of swollen struck a man in tlie head with a pair of natural rest and rtfroshing sleop. It limbs, restored annetito and made her wooden "knucks. ami 111 less tlian checks a cough at once and cures a cold sleep well. three hours afterward wasseiitouced to in one night. It heals tlie throat, chest one year in the penitentiary. It is not creditable for any girl In and lungs, cures la grippe permanently, have several voting men We are closing out all our goods in does nut stupefy, is harmless. Chilit. Ofd people like KJHIVJ lll V1U" 1 Will WA order to remodel our house. Clothing, dren love sell it. Price 25c. it. Good Rad management keeps more people hats, shirts and underwear at your own druggists in poor circumstances than any other one cause, lo be successful one must price at Uloutlers new Main street Oscar Feehack. aged twenty-thrertore. next door to farmers National committed suicide at his home near look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents Bank. tf Cynthiana, Ky., by shooting. itself he is ready intake advantage o( X. Sparks, a young man liv John it. A little forethought will also save Street Incident. ing near Drip-RocJackson county, and was perhaps iataily snot by ills cousin, Mv Dear Sir," exclaimed Lawyer much oxpensocareful valuable time. A prudent and man will keep a D. G. Sparks. Tlie men were trading Bartholomew Livingston, meeting tlie tiottlnni (Jlinmherlain s olic. Cholera weapons when one of the weapons was Rev. Archibald Windham on tlie vil and Diarrhoea Remedy in the honse. lage street, "what does this mean? 1 tho shiftless fellow will accidentally discharged. newait thought you were laid up with all sorts cessity compels it and then ruinuntil best his S. A. Deatljerage, secretary of 01 nail diseases 1. Mr. ing norse "And so I was'replied therevereued doctor going lor a doctor and haye a the Madison County talr Association bill to pay. besides; one pays can be found at all timss in his oflico.in gentleman, "I had an attack of indiges nut 2o cents, the other is out a hundred tho Moberley Arcade, where he willl)e tion and from that. time, on my whole neigh and then wonders why glau to see you and is runuinKOver with system has been 111 a disordered con- dollarsgetting nclier wluie he hisgetting i Dor is information regarding the lair to take dition until I began taking Hood's poorer. For 1S'.YJ, Sarsapnrilla which has put me nn my Thrmas, druggit.sale by Perry . and place here August june7-lmOne-Pourl- h feet nnd cured all my stomach trou Tom Baker's widow says sho pravs blcs." Ijtz ness makes al! tasks seem hard; tier unborn child will Do a boy to help "I don't doubt it." said the lawyer. industry mnkis them seem light. his eleven brothers kill all the Whites 'This same medicine cured my wife o! and Howaids they can. Sho declares rheumatism and my little girl of scrof Some things are better than others, ehe will teach Iter childien that it is ula. When they say it's the bestmedi- - hut as a general thiij; man wants the their outy to kill ever man that had a cino money can buy, they only tell the other. J hand in the murder of their father. truth " TEA cures Dyspcp Yes. yes so they do, ' rnphod It Is said that a lxmcton woman minister, and the two passed on. the piHANUBIAN Vgia, Constipation and Indi' lm I recently declared that 'ham and eggs gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. were the only vegetables sue liKea ex William N Green, of Laurel county. cept ice cream." This is equal to the sent up for killing a negro, was par Q.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors lo W. White. avowal of the late Johu Eaton, of this doned by the governor. TJn-derwe- ar, Some people are lilnr clocks: they county, that his wife wouldn't oat any Aside from the serious inconvenience show by their faces what sort of a kind ol fowl but "possum." Winches and pain caused bv piles, there is a time they are hnving. ter Democrat. tendency to fistula and to cancer in the S. Neville Moberley lias on adver rectal regions. Piles shnald not do al and Kczcmd. Tetter, lowed to rnn on unchecked. Tabler's fPl.n lnfa,.aAlfrliln(.nnil c m tisment on tno jirsi. page 01 ini. ti 1 . is an in fail! bio dant to these diseases is instantly allayed Climax that should be read by every Buckeye Pile Ointment body that desires to save rnoiiey. Mr. remedy. Price 50cts. a bottle, tubes 75 bv nnnlvine Cliamberlaia'a Eve and j9-iMoberley is constinallyofferinc induce cents, at l'erry fc TiiomaB. Many Terj' bad saseD Skin Ointment ments through this ttaper. and should permanently cured It The honorary degree ofdoctnrof civil have been officiant for itching by It. nnd you fail to read a single one of his ads lawh piles has been conferred upon President is equally remedy for you are likeiy to ne me lower, 6ore nipples ; favorite Mcltlnley by nlonnt llolyoke College. ahapped hands, chilblains, frost nifes Kentucky editor in" discussimi aid chronic sore eyes, 25 els. per box Cauhts" 25 Years. little tract sent him on the subject 1 no to ne eavear ' an 25 years with a" cough, "wnat mnst I suffered. Jcr Tr. Cadi's Csboiumi Fnwicni, are swers thus tritely anil truthfully, if The Clothier, The Sfcoer, The Batter, Tie Farafsfcr. and spent hundreds of dollars with list what irreverently, "Pay your subscrip doctom and for medicine trr ho avail condition. a horse seeds when in bad little Tonic, hSeed wiriacr and tien to the county paper and quit bar nntll I used Dr. Boll's vermifuge. Thy an act food bnt tne pHper and nearly every This reaieciy maxe wmk rowiiMf Mfonx. tauciae oaa w mn. um o put a thing el you ue from your nekhbor It Iim Myd my lifo.-- J. If. JjOHll, bom U vrim -- Locale 411. GtsuMpourg, j3flt about it. Hood's Pills Sold by Perry & Thomas, curcessors to W. wnite. Laziness travels so slow that poverty honu overtakes it. CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. Planters White Underwear. Ladles' Keadymade Drees Skirts, CarSpecial Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' Ready-mad- e pets and Lace Cuttains. These goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest bargains we am offering in this sale, ask to see them. Not an article in tlie entire big store left untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping and n great space cleaning sale fur us We must havn room for our fall stock and the only way we see to get it is to actually give auay and throw out soveral thousand dollars worth of the best goods wo have to our customers and lot tlicin profit bv our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. u. StoufTer A Great Big Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Rants and Men's Camlet, will be closed al 39u per pair. Bluo Camlet Jeans Pants ''the best" New York Mills re-le- af car-loa- CAll Bring along your CAQH when yon come for these bargains and save time and a refusal of credit, for this is a CLEARANCE SALE to irake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfully. m 1 I - W. D. OLMAI COMPANY. - RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GE0RGT0WN m J. T. BEASLEY. J. ERNEST STIVERS. 4; y. The Mkn OF Mutual Investment Still They Com e! Still i ky Ho! New customers are coming daily to take ad 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 buT. Don't pay over prices on groceries, when you can get them at the low prices we have placed on them. van-vantage L.EXIINGTOIN, KY. $160,000 PAID IjY LIVING BENEFITS $ 05,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Tho 51 Imm ol .Ufa Insurance. m Wo pay the same profits to the living that 'Insuranco Companies pay to tlie estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to 7S. S7VYITH SECRETARY. BOWMHN, LEXINGTON. KY. I I71bs. Best Granulated Sugar SI no Pr!' and bulk clfee, per nackngt Collee, something extra V vv v ?1a?' '"i lleNice,.Clear , per lb.... altte, per ll Kitnlsolr .ueatppisi as cu?np. IQcAIl Scrubbing Soap, two for re Leaf L-ir- Bacon, good URS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. hing'" Maiked Down. Pliui it will pay j'ou. PHONE 107. A lot of Granitewareatyourown price. EverytDon't forget us on Piue-Iar-llon- J. T. BEASLEY 0 CO., Next door Richmond National Bank. win last. til Vll VIUll - rm, e. uT&ey Fit The Feet as Nature intended." I rTIFOC If IT I Pf '' 22 1 By the forelock if you want the benefit of the I Hi i i WM t S -- OXFORDS ARE HERE! 4 "JENNESS MILLER" "SHOES THEY FIT THE FE AS NATUR E INTENDED. 7n 3m i . f" KjjK. :. - . Finely made of soft "VELVETTA" kid on strictly hygienic and anatomical principles the y are ftie.most comfortable .and most perfect-fitting Oxfords yet devised for woman's wear. 83F"LIKE THE FAMOUS On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, &c. Salt-ltucu- m Oxfords $3.M. to-oa- -t S m "Jewess m Miller SHOES 55 All women ctin wkiv ''.Tenness Miller" Oxfords with the assurance of enjoyingabsolutefobtconifort. Only to befhad of ns n this city. STREMG, mm DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. 207 WEST MAIN STEET, BI0HMOND, ICY. 3fe i " ms y. ifA SMS ML M'As My MjL vay yg sj Our Goods AND Hert's Ttir Chuce. Some Extraordinary Offers by The Climax. Our prices The Climax wants five-- hunred pew subscribers by the first of the now year. In order to reach this end, somo ex traordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice tho following will be offered to subscribers. Help, County Court Days. 1 The Climax and TheWeek-- y Compel you to trade with us Nature I Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home proper food, rarely ever medi- - j ana Farm, $1.30 when you give us a trial. cine. If they do not thrive The Climax and either 1 on their food something is j s An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's little wrong. They need a effects ot the well known remedy, or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. Syrup op Figs, manufactured by the I help to get their digestive The Climax and the Louis California Fio Syrup Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post, $3. tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting The Richmond Climax and them in the form most refreshing to the Courier-Jou- r taste and acceptable to the system. It Twice-a-wee- k is the one perfect strengthening laxanal, both for one year $1.60 tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and "Weekly gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per- Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and subThe Climax and Ohio Farm, stanceand its acting on the kidneys, $1.90. liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal The Climax can also fur the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full nameofthe Company printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ? Babies and children need Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county,third Monday. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Kicliolasville, Jessamine county, third Monday, Winchester, Clark couutv, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. SOME OLD PROFESSORS. -- ALL IVOMHiV Should know that the I t" QLkW PLEASE j Is tho best ibrFenaleTronMes. Corrects all Irregularities in Female Organs. Should bo taSMH inrChinrtotLtferind leforoChIIJ-Dlrth- . Pinters "O'J True" ?ociHcs have stood tho mvCANDY SWiSasrW &,y-- . ( Vqfcfc. i CI machinery workirii properly. ? 1 The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. the world, select the the latest, up-to-da- iSUl Y,TM IIYPOPHOSPtilTES I can liver OIL or LINE S OF SODA we have to say is, we buy laxative. manufacturing In the in "the best markets of are used,process of are pleasant to figs nish any paper published in as they la- the United States or Europe JUNE CROP REPORT. test goods, and when you buy you know- - you have te at reduced rates. WHEAT. will generally difficulty. If you will put from one-- j fourth to half a teaspoonful 1 in baby's bottle three cr four I times a day you will soon see I correct this by NewRpanccrMedlclnoCo., Ciat- MaUac.nl A notable feature abotit the com mencement exercises of Kentucky 7. University for 1S99 was that gathered Perrv & Thomas, druireists, successors to W. dec8-ly- r oji tho platform among the other mem- O. White. bers of the faculty were several profesmi druggists sen . iuiioa iurvo x sors who have served" faithfully an unusually long time. Prof. II. II. Wliito has been with t'je institution, including his service with its predecessors, CI jears. Prof. Graham, of the College Of the Bible, has been connected yvith its interests 40 years, while Prof. Milligan has served 33 years, Prof. McGarvey 34 years, and Prof. Louis Loos 20 years. Prof. Wilbur R. Smith, of the Commercial College, has been connected with department 23 years. Lexington Leader, I -- is j 7 C ww- - "Llf Wfi3r5T& tJlffi$Fl&9B&tJPtKRXf$k I 25c. fOc. mfE raiiaaig:iiii vVNBP CATHARTIC Wlr gaHMapi' DRUGGISTS. I III ! 1 II otjqyBBsW' Mam' :r" ATT goods. Is that. what j'ou want? If so, trade with 8AI7 FRAN CISCO. CAXj. UI8VTLI.il. ICY. NEW YORK. K. Y. For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle. Jan5-l- y lute AND Gibson , EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVENTION vYRUP PEPSIN constipation. DR. CALDWELL'S 1 'cures B Indianapolis, Ind., JULY 20-23. 7899. Only One Fare Round Trip a marked improvement. For half to Tho weekly bulletins of the climate j larger children, from and crop service of the Weather Bureau j a teaspoonful, according to show a general deterioration of the I age, dissolved in their milk, wheat crop in the principal winter if you so desire, will very wheat growing States. In Ohio there lias been general fall soon show its great nourish- ing off in condition duo to rust and the j ing power. If the mother's Hessian fly. The Indiana crop has also suffered from same cause. In Illinois I milk does not nourish the there lias been some improvement in I baby, she needs the emul- early sown wheat, while the latenbw It will show an effect shows up very poor. Michigan reports j sion. widespread damage by tho "fly," and at once both upon mother the crop has fallen off in condition gen ' and child. erally. In Missouri damage by rust and Hessian fly, combined with the prcfenco of an unusual amount of cheat, make the 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. Tho condition averages 73, while on May 1st, it was 80. By sec tions 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. Thore is a general complaint of "fly" iu 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. A Popular "Welding 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 steamore to the Islaud of Cool Breezes. Stateroomsand Parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two cent 6tamp for illustrated pamphlet. Address, A. A. Schan'tz, a. p. a., D. & C, Detuoit, Aricn. may3l-t- f I mmttbWIVWWi m MlMkMrK i MiVimmmtimiAnmW Willi W'mMm9' 'wass? feiy .ft our bpectoi oiler Price 515 CQ 330ponuU&ndth freight will average 73 cents for each 500 mile". CIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL in yoar own home, anf we will return your I1&.SQ any day you axe not witLsfled. tt aril nan aaa ffraea af Srvl-- r Jii-U- n at $b.0, f 1U.OO. 11.0), all fallr tf!k la liar Frea 8wlar fltcfcla Catalan. C12.004at fcrlfcl. DROP DESK sis. SO value ever offered b7 CABINET BURDICK any house. la the greatest xrf itkt irtat WINS MACHIHL IUID CL (I. loac&Qeiarnln lut your nearest freight xounu pni7 umiantKT, cicuj a repre?entu, il airUiN tkn m!J kick t OO. aad THK GHXATEST B1EGAIS TOU KTER UUUD 01 y jw SHADlBBOPCAIlJItT -- SEND NO MONEY lsJ'M.yl:;? XL T tTtMR w. u. ajfft U depot and lr we eiaAL. vctir m w I mm GO. w 3EWARE OF IMITATIONS WUamajita, oaenntr aalaawa xajioua lud tcemenla. Vrlta aai rtrumLX 5 1 rtuo in sot. 1 llnli iMlIyiv fill 1 no copy our ad srhl. under varloa names, ivlth imaa la taitara aaa irara aaa ar. concerns H If QAKgK Ci'rH.'l .it Ring In the new "Ring out tho old Ringout tho false Ring in the true ag to you the new and true from the W Piney forests of Norway uuricrsorsuxi. tl C uoii rtuiT or xiiki men Rimt 91IIIISI Villi THK JIAKB II V THE ltrjT lt.M:i:lltLAMKItU-A- . IV FKIIM HIUIJETMATI.1.1I, -- ju'M.mji II. rHFV tint VxhikyL SOtIC p'JA.7Ca SAVED a DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey --at SKETCH OF A MAN. oshal&Co Commission Except that from points within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar. One-tlii- rd LwH 50c jnd $t.oo, 11 druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. I' M'KINLEY'S II -- II II- - viX PRAYER. Merchants.. "BIG - FOUR" tickets are aeposnea wun joint agem ui Indianapolis not later than July 21th, and payment of fee of 50 cents at the time of deposit, tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis 15 and including August 20, 1899. For full information regarding tickets, rates and routes and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four Route," oraddresstheundersigned. IS. UDbYLO, ., fa and Sleep, TicVets will be on sale from all points July 19,20,21. f rom points witninTa miles or In dianapolis on July 19, zu, zi, ana zj, iDrj. Returning tickets will be eood to leave In dianapolisto July 21th, with a proviso that if The following, entitled "McKinley's 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 America.thy will be done in the United States as Union Stock Yards, it is in England. Give us Cincinnati, Telephone 734G. O. this day our bonds in gold, but not in silver; give us plenty of laboring men's votes to keep monopoly in power and its friends in ollico. We know, our father, that wo have done many things that were wrong; We have robbed the honest poor and brought distress to many a poor man. Wo know that it was wrong to water our railroad stock, but thou knowest that we made money by that. Now, our father, thou knowest that we are "above politics. It is the same with us whether Democrats or Republicans rulo, 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 labor's secret ballot. Thus shall wo have the kingdom, bonds, interest, power and gold, until the republic shall end." J. tVAllUfifl J.lilflUll, Gen. Southern Act. Gen. Pass. &. Tkt Agt. W. V. UAUi, A. u. y. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. A sainnlo of what an old maid can do with a pen we submit the following: j 'VMen is a animal that chews tobacco and walks 011 the corked SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS end. Most men are bom; we never Settles Only. 25c, 50e. and $1.00 Slx heard of but one that wasn't and he BE SURE YOU GET I AM 08 was made of mud, just for a sample. any remedyYEARStoOLD,Bell 'aDover naed equal l)r. quick Dr. Bell's Pini-Tar-HMan's life is full of disappointments In grip as It civescoughs and permanentrfllef well as and colds. It makes growls aujl com cob pipes. He goes weak nnn strong. Mrs. IT. A. Metcalfe, forth like a lion in the morning and Peducah. Ky. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to JV. CI. White. leaves the wood for his wife to chop, and in the evening ho sneaks home witli his pants ripped, and raises Cain about hard times. Ho has a la grippe on road working day, walks twenty miles to a circus. He will chase a jack rabbit four miles throughthe snow, and then borrow a horse to ride half a mile to tho postoillce." Ex. two-legg- Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe ore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. j-j iC t r 7 3 C r,, to fee and examine this machine, cm.r, I Oil NOTHING wnn incwyourBtorcKcrperBCilsai S4O.0O ya Hhla SbO.OO. nlR then it eon Tl needimm aratftfiaa; SZS.00 ta Sio.fttt. mmr frflaht TIM Ikr T 1 f. 60. nK Tf Hr.T(K If IkrM naaika f I ..HI IV at mmj Mr joa.r. mrm thnrnmrilv rtTlahlt tcL lLair. Ui.a.r TAltnr , im r HJM.J.T. f. .sra. Irniir kr XT 3 fJff$Z&tta& IT COSTS .WWT jTCbO - - 20-T3- 3 fl't i .4 X "Saw" aad ar Free Instruction Book ktrrj trrnr?, Zl mUAKAH KCUaiiatkami lrraUke4mii.crL.e any kind Bltki ran run It of lan't?t'?'Tr I )nf howariTftnr HI NT) IN OantdoeUhr plain orsent wlih eTeryma--t OUABANTEE A AiB U Cf GCJl -- M if Iy ,7 1 tUad ar dnk. th. t&' Ie and head in place for sew p .r krtrtea framr, earTpd. paneled, en b. . decorated caMuet finish ftne?t nickel drawer pulls. frt( i tvim, he.ll tw'nili.f?a..j-iutltrvatilo. remiine femrth ir. 1 11 nest lnrt llbirm brad, p motion feed, self thread 111: . In1 fhutile. automatic bobbin w.mler, adjustable bvarlnfrs, paivnt ' liberator, iinprored lcot wheel. adjuotaMe prerser foot, lmpr ird Carrier patent needle bar. rate"tlrr(riaT-t- l head i r dee rat i mmm a.v full ra withlaiea drawrr. a inuPiUktuiiriiuos vsariijt plnt;fronil'rbtttoteiiie(laaralrrtablr. uiic II1BCUII1C tltie ann rtMriiM ttaauntur mmmmm lilCKXI rwnniar. TRIIVIIYIED, aan Mirtil 1 mtrh . ft -- A Wen, SEA.S, ft OE BUCK & CO. (Inc.) aprS-em Chicago, II!. Madison! Monumenta Works ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Phoprietok. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. ESjTAIl information regarding live Consign fctock cheerfully furnished. sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. FOURTH OF JULY RATES RAILWAY. SOUTHERN .TSTiEtgrSsasi jjeasggiatsaaeil t&"i-iiYffis- i 1 ' ' fcssssis&sSi p mm&mi rsB sisi Bfessgi , ) Bisseysssa?. ; FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kiml ..f Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at tho old stsiinl in tlx of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly on l:im! a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all clan-- i s jSFMn. W. G. GOUOHER, 0110; of the best workmen in Ontr.-buyers. Kentucky-- , is in charge of our establishment anil this means satisfactory wn' k in every phnee. Parties livine at a distance should write to us for which will be furnished on application. i many thousand caoea ranca nopriM5. in ten days at least of all aymptotns removed. Txsthnonlalu and TEH PATS treatment Ire. DZ. H. H. GREEB'S SOUS. Box K. Atlanta. Ga. Q two-thlrd- a YSCtJEED with Rmrdlw. Havacnred 9 vegetable All agents on Southern Railway will sell on July 2,3 and 4, final limit July 7, Fourth-of-Jul- y 1899, round-tri- p excursion tickets. For further information, address nearest ticket agent. Wit. II.'Pay-ix)A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. tom-tom- Isburg Central Stock lards EAST LIBERTY,, PA. .11 f l E, CALL AT In the hemp district tho crop is re SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. ported 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 counfy the acreage is reported by ib per cent of the acreage of 1898. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY; Shelbina Torchlight. That Tlirobing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sunerers haVe proved their matchless merits for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. 5 TOBACCO. Phone 3. The man is who has a good, sound, re name carriage iinuor him. tie can Coolest and most refreshing rest secure in the thought that when of drinks that can be found he lias one of our weli made, reliable in the city are dispensed phietoiis, carriages, runabouts, whaleor road come and accommo- bone speeders, the rnad, carts, that never by what may on his wagon dating clerks. o have one of the will give way. Kept on Tap. llnest stocks of road wairons. rocka Genuine Saratoga Water ways and rubbertired hurcies in JUcli- JUtlN DONELSON, Prop'r., moutl. SSSSSSSCSSSSSS55SSSSSS$ Kentucky Carriage Works. up-to-da- te Second St. RICHMOND, KY. and Whiskey BaMts cured at borne without pain Jtook of par Oculars sent FREE. UK. B. M WUULLtT CO. uUice, 101 North l'ryor St -- I35ECONOMIST RANGES CEj Ai;ni. -3 um. ta .... c ."si E w -3 o 5" I O a -- 2? o 3 o i m CO r aa X W W 5- - o a. - 3 S3 o 3 o 3 BB STtfXTtf a a " oooooooo CCESCCCC 19 2 ftj Roofing, Guttering and General Job Work. El 8 -a 05 o o PS' SIS B233SH33 -- REGENERO. COMPLETE BLISS i M tC -- i SS8S 3223 , YRUP PEPSlN ' CURES INDIGESTION. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. DR. CALDWELL'S II The Great j; Stronj. now within cny reach or ctrry American. IdayH treatment p.t,Vcty Ltia run teed to cure ... ciwo ot IleWIltr, or UMlts DlxaiK, Jt acts poncrfull and liulcklr. ong re-T.. ilrt tliclr lost manhrxxl, and Old ilea inrii will will recover ...... u. .,.ul. iimyijorairj ami restores to 11 . ... 7 ill' jimI tinr nil atifTM.. M1E. T .m.uM '"i-'."- 't ncoceie, permaitorbea. .isliUj' Emlston DraLn niul Jtnscubr Power r.... 'ncy. I.ick at imvo, or Conll.lcnco. It tie iorlrolnc!.studrornuxrrLiBe. UE(iE.EKO ocsatoix'etoL'ie mot of tlio dlseaSe-th- at .. .. Is whr ... If lt!.Atmll. .. i onip .irrin n. in tue world It iliatUwhv .1 Elvts, Anion and url t!ie IMnk and all rITecU of eir. Inrtlscreilon. which nnnts tZln, 1 to ... an if , ! - w hpro -f r- -. lr In A1M1 ilr 'w. es Us American ),tt u tA-A ye rhrrr rally rrrund nv iiuv Cltecti. H euro. ' Office ot Ar. For al I? irmrnH r. Clljr utt niUUlUAO t X feO YEARS' Kotary Motion and Ball Bearings Anrone sending a sketrh and deserlpUon may pnlcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether Invention J probtMr patentahlo. Communlea-tlon- an strictly conndentlaL IIandliookoniiueBta s sent froe. Oldest agency for securing patentn. Patents taken Hi much Munn A Co. rccelvo iwlol notice, without chnnto. In tho i radc masks Designs Copyrights Ac Tobacco plants nro plentiful and set ting has been rushed. In some coun ties there was a lack of season until the closing days of the month. In western Kentucky rain lias prevented preparation of the ground. Per cent, of crop set prior to June 1 : In western section 48; central 43, and southern 35. Grass .SOLEMN EXERCISES INTERRUPTED. hoppers and out worms have played ii iiii cujij' oub tuuuuuu luu num"They tell a good story of General ber of counties. Indications point to an average acreage in the principal tobacco John C. Black, formerly commissioner of pensions, out in Danville, growing districts. Ills., where lie lives," said A. D. MatFRUIT. lock of Springfield. "General Black is There has been a decided decline jn a very eloquent speaker and has fow fruit prospects during May. Apples equals before a jury. Judge Emerson have fallen off until tho condition com of Decatur, while noj possessed of a pared with average years is but 67, national reputation, as in General whereas it was 91 on May 1. Pears Black, is famous as nn orator in Illinois. have declined from G9 to 40, and grapes They were on opposite sides of a law from 81 to C7. suit recently. There were many paLucus Mooke, thetic circumstances connected with Commissioner for Agriculture, the case, and, in his opening speech to the jury, General Black made the most Follet, of Ohio, is of these. A solemn Hush fell over the snngume that the Democrats have courtroom, and tears were seen to stand more than a fighting chance to carry in the eyes ot tho more impressive that State this year. He said: "The jurymen. It looked as if a verdict Democrats of Ohio have solid crounds would be rendered for General Black's for believing that they can elert the client without much delay.when Judge (jov. this year. The revolt among the Emerson arose and in slow, measured Republicans who dislike Senator Han tones said, 'Gentlemen of the jury, let na and his methods, and who are dis us continue these solemn exercises by satisfied with the nomination of Judge singing the ono hundred and fifteenth Nash, will split the Republican party psalm.' The tears were followed by asunder. In fact, tho breach between laughter, and the Judge won the case." the factions is too wide to be healed Washington Star. and all talk of harmony is for effect- THE GENTLE JAPANESE. iiie Uhio Democracy is going into this campaign united, confident and en "There is one peculiarity about the thusiastic, while the onnosition. con Japanese that is not particularly known scious of tho division in its ranks, is they never utter an oath," said Coltimid and dubious of the result," onel R. W. Gruber. "The reason for this is that there is no word in the Mother How did papa's now book Japanese language which is equivalent get in this condition?' to an oath. Even tho vast number of Bobby Why, mamma, I heard papa foreigners who havo gone to that 'counsay last night that the book was too drv try during the last ten years and tho for him, so I put it in the bathtub and thousands of new words added to tiie let the water run. Pick Me Up. language have not in tho least afiectod. the Japanese in swearing. In this re Do you remember spect the Japanese 6tnnd alone, for all how you felt in the other inhabitants of earth can, when mornings when you Ihey step on a tack, use a stronger exwere a boy? How good it was to begin pression than the one used in general a new day How hunconversation." Cincinnati Enquirer. gry you came to table! How tired you A Thousand Tongues went to bedl How soundly you slept ! Could not oxpressjhe rapture of Antkin' t you find yournie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard st., self saying somePhiladelphia, Pa., when she found that times, how I wish I could get hp likd Dr. King's New Discovery for Conthat boy, eager for sumption had completely cured her of a the day and feeling hacking cough that for many years had fit for it? And then made life a burden. All other remedies don't you turn away with a sigh as if and doctors could give her no help, but the wish were im she says of this Royal Cure "it soon possible of fulfillroraoved the pain fn my chest and I ment, and start on can now Bleep soundly, something I can the new day's lourney tired scarcely., remember doing before. I at the outset? feel like' sounding its praises thrOueh-ou- t It's not imtheUniverse." So will every ono possible to cet who tries Dr. King's New Discovery back that glad boyish feeling again. It only means getting back health, Put for any troublo of the Throat, Chest or your stomach in order and see how soon Lungs. Pritrt 50c. nnd $1.00. Trial your sleep will be dreamless, your rest, bottle free'' at Perry & Thomas' Drug sound, your appetift!' hearty and your 5 work a pleasure. The best remedy for-- Stpte; every btittlo guaranteed. an aliments ot trie stomacn and nutritive Cincinnati capitalists have leased the organs is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Try. it and join the great famouB Upper Blue Lick Springs, in army of sick people made well by its use. Nicholas county, for a term of years. Nothing is "just as good." If you They will erect a mammoth new hotel, go for " Discovery " get " Discovery." "The praise I would like to give 'Oofden and will build an electric line to conMedical Discovery I cannot utter in words or nect the Fprings with the L. They nescrlbe witn pen." writes Tames B. Arancse. wiU also erect a largo bottling estabEsq. ofimK Mlin St.. Ilantinsdon. Pa. was uKen aown WKn what our rihvsician aA vrs indigestion. I doctored with the best lishment and place the water .tw Those capitalistic tomtits who sound s for the hew gog nnd beat the the hook nosed crew, to announce'to all the world that Bryan is a dead duck and the silver issue is aback number because it ias defeated in 1890, should bear in mind the fact that at tho election in 1890 for President, Mr. Bryan received 6,502,825 votes, votes of the intellectual and loyal white people of this country. This was 1,592,703 more votes than were cast for Grover Cleveland in the year 1884, and Cleveland was elected. Again Mr. Bryan received 945,907 votes more than Cleveland 1S92 and Cleveland was elected. No Democratic candidate ever received such a lartje vote as Mr. Bryan and the free silver cause did in 1S9G and those Republican papers which continually play tho songs doled out to them by their plutocratic masters should look up-- the records a little, as. their silly sallies of would-b- e wit only show up their own ignorance, or else go to prove that thoy purposely lied iu order to try and deceive the people aro onto their game. Just bear this one truth in mind : Sir. Bryan, in IS90 received more than a million majority of the intelligent white votes cast for Presidential electors, and in 1900 he will be elected President iu spite of Hauna andliis satraps. Nicholasville Democrat. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Ysirds have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to tho Eastern market. more, Washington, Philadelphia, gJJ-- YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-fX- & New York and all Eastern markets. Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all . other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY. Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Baltiqnn. nnrinnnruij-uxrmruTrLrin T. H77VniTOiN, I HIGHEST Proprietor. GRADE SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. raay31-3- m BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN $20.50 LADIES' COLUMBIAN Sell Your nide- sAND BUY YOUR Best Bicycle Built . FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. f Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. TiiUKMA.N Cor. Main and Cheapside. Grocery Co., KY. C RICHMOND, require is $1.00 down, balance parable after examination. are the only factory in the United States selling direct to rider. guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee evsr gireu. give more options than the regular dealers. You can have your choice of color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. Onr bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing. Hush Joints, large sprockets, arched fort crown, drop haager, etc WRITE FOU CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, All We We We vre COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., opr2ft-3m CLEVELAND, OHIO. S trumruinnjiruurnjinnrux ijiruinjutnjiruuuiruinnnj uiro m The Nows says the harvest of seed in Bourbon county Blue-gras- s has Ihey7 re the best! before you buy. - . . . about been completed and it is estimated that tlie county yield will be bushels, which will put thousand dollars in about seventy-fiv- e the pockets of the farmers. The cost of gathering it has been considerable as upwards of seventy-fivstrippers about-200,00- $ arf2 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaeai a ee... a..;; a... '..aa8 ...aOO 0 aa. ...aao ...aae Thai's why you want to see them aa... ea... aa... ...o ...aao ...aao e and two hundred men havo beon on gaged for ten days in harvesting the crop. We mean a.. our aa... i. .. On and after January 1st, 1S99, our be terms ( ...aaa a ...aae ...a ...0 ...aea ....as ....ao ...aae ...ae ..ao "I made a bet, Bill, that your eyes were black." "Well, you've lost. They're blue." know a way to get out of it, and if you agree I'll divvy up." "All right. Go ahead." "Come out in the alley, and I'll uivc you tho finest pair of black eyes you ever saw in your life." Dotroit Freo Press. 'I f$ Insurance - SPOT-CASH- !" We have attempted to run our business by collecting our accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all V o are therefore promptly. compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods, and will endeavor to make it to the Interest of the trade to do business with us. Wo havo a nico line of Staple aad Fancy Groceries, Quesnswaro and Qlassvarc, &cv. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. 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"31 POUND ONLY AT THE t Why Suffer Agony ? SckntiHc For sale by Blue Grass Furniture Co., Richmond, Ky. Ir9ck cnlauon of oy seHnueo lonrnsl. Ahafidomelv Ittnrtntad Emm. m.m. t Teras. .j SS a. that penetrates from the outside. External applications are eternally right. Internal medicines are radically wrong. They are move than humbugs they endanger life. Mother's Friend helps the muscles to ,Telax and expand .naturally relieves morning sickness removes the cause of nervousness and headache prevents hard and rising breasts shortens labor and lessens the pains and helps the patient to rapid recovery. From a letter byaShreveport, La., woman: I have- - been using your around here and found no relief. I wrote you market. wonderful remedy. Mother's Friend, and you sent m; a miestlon blank; to fill out and I did so and you then advised me to use Dr. for the last two montfis, and" find it Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery." I look A swindler, wlio proposes to teach just as recommended." three bottles and I felt so good Hut I stopped, ladies for 2.50 how to earn sovoral being, as I think, cured. I have no symptoms '. of gastric trouble r indigestioir now." DmczIstsscllltntSf per hott!e. dollars per week by making artificial Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical flowers and dress patterns, has been at THE REGULATOR CO. Adviser k sent fot en recoijrt of stamp ' .ATLANTA, OA. , to pay expet of matling ciify. Sed work in seme of tho ContraLKeatcky. a, dollar ia advnco Scad for ont'free. illustrated feook, stamp for tbe paper eeverd towns. He collects 21 "lief ore Uaby-i- Bora." book, or 21 statttp for e rioUi.bouad. and sm aYt cornea bck. Sxcbangd, . oti-thv Cash Hardware Store of m 0- DOUGL'AS & SIMMONS. , .- - Screen Doors, Water Coolers, Kefrigerators, Champion Bin- ders and Mowers, Hay Kakes? Binder-Twine- J$ g jjj i$ When DON'S COMPL15TE PILE CURE H giihutnlowl to euro you. I !; is tho discovery .of an eminent jTh ysiuitui. fo Intsrrjptlon of Business ! Ni Kniff Tho first treatment briars I mined iiito 'relief. hns cured, thousands, and will euro yon. MR. T. 8. WILCOX, promir."iit JaoircliiniLtinlitician and chief cf tho Chattanooga Tire licwrimenfc savs : I v 'ruiitarilj--' give yci t!.!i stalenient, hoping it vrd!' Ue cJ&im:- 'if of hrinfnc; your wonderful remedy to the aUiuti'in ot otlicTt piles." - rycai cf suffering, DON'S PILE Oi MTMEN T vas rcc- tne. The t.e of or. j jox ejected a pcrmanwJS'ciire. . Price $1.00, Prepaid to cny Address.. CHATTANOOGA, ' , DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, TENN. Etc. , f&AD-FIEL- on-ce- it s