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I Iw l47 O atr = OAc 4 5 i r ir 1 THE RICHMOND CLI1AXf 1fgi t1 a r = L Faed P p r jIIiflrii fI VOLUME 26 tpj RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY18991mt5owstnohNUMBER5 5l For Rent f ++ I Choice of three good office rooms over Doug A las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eifrhtrooni residence with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY MUNCEY PROFESSIONAL d CARDS I = Ao1rs- V W MILLER 1i liATTORXBYATLAW n5rJ n KENTUCKY omce In the nnrnara UuiIdiknet door to srmrrs National flank feb3ly SULLrT AN JA rronxEYrLAwR- IChMOND KENTUCKY Oflie over Tavlors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street H D HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW KiniMosn KENTUCKY Ollice No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J C D M CIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT JAW RIC IONDKltNTUCKY Olfice on Second street over Chen anils grocery rPHTSXCIANS DRS GIBSON S GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Colirt building iS ando Sec ond Street over White old drugstore CIIAS HOOKER ETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty OIBee up etalm over store recently accu by Richmond Harness Co Eat Main St Richmond Kyapr71777 C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Prather Building Main Street Telephone lI resilience the Uarr place on Broadway RicitHosn KENTUCKY EVANS MDGW PHYSICIAN AND SUKOUOK RICHMOND KENTUCKY D11T J TAY bolt Iractiiioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KKNTUCKY iirOfflce and residence on Second Street DZITTAL SUROERY 1ST 1aXt c tOD Ot PKirritT or IXIDISVIUK rVOfflcr neat ilnnr to Oorerninenl Iliilldlng 4EiehnSnd Ky Office bOuru9 to 121 to 4 OTl7lV D 7 FRED SMITH DEN 1ST ffOtncf over Cnllinn1 Grocery amoonlce lately ow plcd hv Or W W Bnrgin Janl2IY Dr Louis II Landman No 5n3 West Ninth Street Cincinnati OhioI will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899 returning every necond Wednewlay o each month Reference erery phyaiclan it Richmond Ky febl8ly lLLINm ENTRAL SHORT LINE TO Nevi Orleans 3estLineto- ARKANS AS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourlut Sleeplne Car leaven Loul 1TiIe every Thursday night and runa through Francisco Ask your ticket agent lor partlcnU or write ton II Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Kv Free Reclining Chair Cara Eoulnvllle to Memphla and New Orleans HANSON WM A KELLOND n P A Chicago A O P Aronl Tllle nn uk anl Olio i1y Time of Train at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 55 am for Loularille 7 30 am Morehcad and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm New York Limited F F V 60 pm EASTBOUND feilnirton and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited FFV 11 M am- LednJtton and lit Sterling Accom 6 30 pm Washington Express 23 pn Accommodation trains run dally except Sun dailyt car service Ne York For Information rites oraleeperreserratlons tall on or write X HOOD Agent L Richmond Ky or OEOHOfe W BARNEY- D UACDRy Lexington Ky rHC acsr of THEM ALLII i= I1 17 UPP1NCOUS IfONTHLY1sAGtLINfr fl j14 d1 t xiip a camoa rorel In vrry ibmr clil u IlrvpltiaiitUjrw Uwjful 4 viit itulnli2 reuilluj matter Vo rantnnrrt InwI n Jrfr nr to cfzJtcUouuUo to ttie t rraJere- li thnaJ 3 IT every totxchold Sub I rljiil SI 00 toWhomt1WrI L mc CWmhHIUit IA GOOD NIGHT OLD WORLD NOTED YELLOW FEVER EXPERT SENDS A BULLET THROUGH HIS BRAIN The Act Deliberate andPremedilaled Caused tbJ osed n pr ciiIiO ftls Labor V t Dr Thomas Osmond Summers late Major Surgeon in charge of fever hot pituL at Santiago and n noted yellow fever expert committed suicide by shouting mueir through the head here this everinc Despondency caused by fancied lack or appreciation of his ser vici8 by the Government during the Spanish war is ivKsfcned as the cause for the rash act Severn letters written by Dr Summers a short time before his death were found Oid utter was addressed to his wife another to Dr W JDonohoe of this city nod there was a note to the public which read as follows This pictol belongs to M Wicke jenelervuorner Eleventh and Franklin avenue Please return witl my thanks SUMMEHS- On a letter head of the St Louis Col lege of Vhysioians anti Surgeons was written a poem It is as follow- srE1tnh1LvxTUMvALE1unua IGoodnight old world goodbye to all your joys Your sorrows pleasures passions pomps and noise Tleave you for the eternal silence ct the stArs The deafness of unbounded space where bars No longer hold the soul in durance Tile Where naught can wound and nothing can deQIe Where the pure spirit shall despise the things The sense on earth bath loved On wing bathed in the ether of eternity How sweet to feel from every passion free And yet it is an awful leap to take Into the great unknown perchance to wake To greater woes indeed than those we have And hoped to bury in the silent grave But still the great majority is there Why should we then turn pale with fear Or tremble when the hour supreme has come As soon or late it must Mans final bome The grave at least gives rest from troubles here And we may hope for sweet obliviqn there Then Charon come I signal thee tonight Comerow me oer the Styx Ive lost lifes light On the reverse side of the sheet on which the poem was written appeared And yet it is an awful leap to take into the treat unknown The letter to his wife follows June 18 1809 My Darling Wife I have reached this point where Azonela thread is all that is left to me I feel wellassured thut your love and esteem will crown my memory when they could not Mess my life I die that you might live Think of me as I was in the palinerdays of my life and let the uixntel of your charity cover those faults which were more infirmities than sins engendered in despondency and cultivated by disappointment I seijd the bullet through my brain Instead of my heart that you may know its last throes beat for you and the ones I leave with such ineffable sorrow Good bye OSMOND The letter to Dr Donoline was sealed It will be delivered to morrow There were other letters referring to the suicide but Dr Sparn who accom panid thd corpse to the morgue and his companions obiected to their being given out for publication and tile Sergeant locked the letters npEx Bryan The Lincoln Democrat quotes a man as saying that he was tryiiiK to arrange for a visit from Hon William Jen nings Bryan in October It is believed thftt Mr Bryan can he induced to come to Danville from Richmond and meet here the people of Boyle Lincoln Gar rard Mercer Cuey and other counties The scheme is a great one aud should have tile help of everybody fn the intimity True Estimate A newipnper whose columns over How with advertisements of business men has more influence in attracting attention to the building up of a city or town than any other agency that can lie iiiplived IVople go where there is lniin Capital and labor will lo cate where there ia an enterprising community NI power is eo strong to build up a town as a newspaper prop erly patronized Rev DeWitt Talmage aious 1IMESS Do you get up with a headacheIs a bad taste InI mouth Then you have a poor appetite and a weak tion You are frequently dizzy always feel dull and drowsy You have cold hands and feet You get yourfood painsIbodyI the cause of all this trouble Constipated bowels Agef PillSwill prompt reljef and certain cure Kp rM r hood fare I f you hive neglected your case a long time you better take 4Acr5 Svs iMta afew It will remove all that have been accumulating in blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves WJIf H BefIt There iCy lometUInR shoot your emt tou do not quite under snIu Write tIe ilo tor r lTttare u crjiir nbrJ111 twelve tie hesi saadlcil t a Addrcu 1rJC AyrLwellM5is o 1i i b5QLVTELYPVKE IMIIN6a POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome norm pawns co new OLD GLORY Bonder flag in the sky stargemmed and pure 8san angels wing smiles and kisses the sunlight as it proclaims the chivalry of inetitliu valor of heroes the devotion of patriots the triumphs of liberty equality and eternal right The dying patroit whether on the flame swept crest of Bunker Hill Get tysburg or Pan Juan gnzed with last and longing look upon it as the stain less emblem of all that Washington gave and Lincoln saved That flag our flag the flag of liberty Shall it be made 10 stand ns the ensign of von quest greed aril bondage its sacred folds wet with the blood and tears of a people struggling for liberty nUll inde pendence Forbid It Almighty God It was opposition to imperialism which gave that standard to the world The blood shed in the struggle for liberty gave tOits stripes streaks of the morn jug light while the hands that wrote with the point of swords the immortal declaration that governments derive their just powers from the content of the governed gathered its stars Slid set them in a galaxy of glory If gov ernments do not derive their just powers front tim consent of the gay erned the stripes fade the stars lose thuicluster and that glorious emblem of the rights of iimu becomes a mean ingless rag Windles Gatling Gun Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result ot his splended health Indomitable win tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 6 Bin Purses at Richmond Fair The Madison County Fair Association opens the following purses to close July 12 to be trotted during their Annual Meeting August 14 TilE JUNKERS STAKE 1900 Offered by four Banks of Richmond for saddle stallion ware or gelding any age of which 200 is reserved fur con solation Only horses that show in thinkers Stake and take no part of money will be allowed to compete in consolation Five per cent to nominate and 5 per cent additional from money winners Money divided 60 2 15 and 10 per cent No additional entrance will be charged for consolation and 5 per cent will only be deducted front rirst division OO 01 first show and 5 pur cent only deducted from JfJOO con solution tiuould the above stake tad to fill reasonably welt right reserved to declare off Entrance money refunded Rules of National Saddle Hors Breed ers Association to govern For other rings for Saddle and Harness Horses see catalogue TROTS 215 Class 100 218 Class JOO 2i7UlaiiB400 2oOJCIasB tOO 222 Class 400 800 Class HA 2yruld Clats 300 3yioid Class 300 11 B Terrill Turse for Yearlings 150 iAVZS 217 Claus 500 224 Class 300 230 Jlasn 30U 2yrold Class 200 Catalaguus will be issued in ten days or lean J W hubs Tresideut S A Deatheroga Secretary Keumrkable Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plaiiifield Ill makes the statement that she caught cold which betiludon her lungs bhe was treated for a month by her tamily phy sician but grew worse lie told her sIte wins u hopelebS victim of consump tion and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now does her own housework aud is well aa she every wlIIFrftj trial bottles of the Great Discovery at Perry Thomas Drugstore Successors toV G White Large bottles 60 cents andlOO 0 CENSUS GUESSES Population for 1900 Estimated al Seventy Seven Millions The official guess at the population of the United Status accoramy to the tWelith census is BOiiiethiug1 uioie than 77OuO000 or an increase of about 15000000 in ten yearn Dr K H Wiues the assistant director of the census sounds u note of warning to thOie who look for a population of 80 000000 or more iu 1000 Tiio government actuary J S llc Cov estimates that tjie population of the United Statta in June 1JOO will be 77070000 It is now t according to his estimate 70011000 The most elaborate and scientific guess at thd population lisa been made by Dr H S Pritohett superintendent ot the coast and geodetic survey who predicts that the twelfth census will show a population of 77472000 His estimate is 201000 smaller tluu that of the government nctuar Dr Pritchett obtains his figures by means of a formu la based upon the growth of the popu lation as shown t the census periods from 17JO to 1800 EXCURSION TO OLD PONT COIBFORr VA Tlie Chesapeake Ohio Ky has arranged a series of excursion to Old Point Couifort during the months of July Anga fahd September These excursions will be run on the second and fourth Tuesdays iu each mouth The tickets will be good on regular trains and will be limited to 21 lays The Tate will be 1500 for the found trip Persona desiring to go should saud in their names stating on what train they desire to go Any further Information will be cheerfully MruUb d by lIlly agent or apply to G AV UABNKV Div Pass AgtL- exiwgtpkeUtkY jF 0 7r NEW TOEK FA3E1CN3 Most of the white and light duck skIrts have insets of lace or needlework insertion A dainty gown may be inrvle of pale gray lawn trimmed with black lace and brightened by ribbons of the color most becoming to the wearer Cerise Is as much favored as ever this Summer and combines well with most neutral tints Suitable shoes should be provided for ciiildren no matter if economy hat to be practised In other branches 01 their attire Best Co are selling hundreds of pairs of their shapely tan ned goat and Russia calf shoes made on special lasts with broad leather eztei sion soles A lot of furbelows may be added ti tIll parasol of ultra style Silk parasols of all colors are thickly spottej with white Necklaces which are pretty and com paratively inexpensive are of gold wire all aquIver with coral turquoise moonstones or opals They are pretty either for young girls or for matron with dainty necks Taffetas parasols may bo veiled effectively with black or white mousse liue de sole The white dress is certainly having its innings this Summer It appears in such an infinity of materials niiil models as to bewilder the average man who does not know whether it is the gown or the girl that he is most in love with Some sleeves are very tight and intervals with insertion from wrist to shoulder EVLYN CABLE A Popular 1Wc4flIaff Trip If you want a delightful wedding trip where you are not likely to meet acquaintances take one of the D C new steel passenger steamers to the Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and Parlors reserved thirty days in advance Send two cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet Address A A SCIIANTZ 0 rA D C DETROIT MICHnmy31tf The Black Diamond Col Albert E Boone the man who is known in the South and West HS the railroad pathfinder is at the Grand Colonel Boone is the head and trout of tim new Black Diamond sys tem project which embraces 1394 wiles of road most of which has been surveyed The main line extends from Columbus Ohio to Port Royal on the Atlantic Tile enterprise has been taken up by an English syndicate and the work of building lie states will he begun early in the autumn The line extends through the richest coal fields of Ohio Kentucky Tennessee and In diana It is designed to be strictly a coal road By way of explaining why the Britishers invested their capital in it he said In 50 years England will bo out of coal This is a clearly demonstrated fact Fuel will have to be brought to the Island from some other country and in looking about to provide for the f itnre the Black Diamond system wes looked into by experts sent hare from London They concluded that it was exactly what they were looking for and after thorough investigation into the feasibility of the route and the de posits of coal included in our rights of way and that underlying the contigu ous country they reported in favor of the purchase which was madi AH a consqunnce John Bull has male sure of what may be termed rn inexlmn ti ble coal supply and the means of trail portation direct to Liverpool Iron the mines It is a big thing for our cousins and not a bad thing fur Ourselves since it insures to them what they want and brines other money to this side to employ laior and to add to our circulation Cincinnati Enquirer A New York woman hafffonnd out a new method for destroying caterpillars that makes their home in trees Blow lilta horn or beating a drum benpa h the trees causes them to loosen their hold and drop to the ground where they can be killed very easily This is a simple plan and the wonder is that it has not been found out before Insect of all kinds are greatly att ated bv lght and they would seem to be likr wise very susceptible to sound Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported Richmond Aug 12 3 and 1th- exingtonI August 876 days Ilustonville August SS days Madisonville August 94ilays Ijiwreiicehurg August 154 days Lebanon August 15rdays Columbia August 224 days Alexandria August 225 days Louisville Colored Fair1 ugunt 22 5 dijsGermanlown August 234 layS ISroadhend August 2H days Mmlby ville August 233 tayn Sprincfleld August 233I1as Burdxtown August 295 days LaGrange August 303 days Florence August C03 dayn Klizabethtown September 54 days howling UrecnSopiemlier 134 dais Glasgow September 214 days Guthrie September 2i4 hays Horse Cave September 274 days Owe nsboro October 35 days DELAI- DJCORRESPONDENCE UNION OJTI Mr John tteevts is still oh the sick list Mr T K Maupin vinlted lilts parents at this place Sunday Miss Bazil Hackett of Red House is visiting Miss Gertie LotldrMr W D Dunn who has been quito side is able to lie out again liss Katie Green of Richmond is visiting ftiends and relatives here Mr Hubert Turlev ofv Richmond spent Sutidaywith Mr Coo NoIandJr Miss Mucute BrO ddul of Moberley is visiting her contain Mits Mary No land Miss Belle Lykins of Waco spent Wednesday and Tuesday with Miss Lizzie East Mr Tticiard Scuder who has been attending college at Georgetown has re turned home Mrs Zerelda Berry has home after a three weeks visit withI relatives here Mr J W Mori is of Geornetownwas the guest of his best girl Miss Mattie Fcrrell last Sunday Mr J D Hamilton has been in Kirksville for the past few dajs attending a Masonic meeting Mr W O Parrish of Winchester visited his cousin Miss Mattie Ferrell at this place Wednesday last Mr ant Mrs Samuel Baldwin spent Saturday and Sunday with the hitters mother Mrs Muggie Nolatul Forest the infant son of Mr and Mrs Charley Eades has been quite skit for the past week but is improv lug The Sunday school will celebrate Childrens Day on the first Sunday night in July All are cordially invited to attend Miss Mattie Ferrell who for the past six mouths bus been clerking in the Busy Bee Cash Store at Georgetown has returned home After a pleasant visit with friends and relatives here Mrs Nannie Adams has returimHo her home at Lexington accompanied by her grand daughter Mrs Nellie Brooks Kev Ecton filled his regular appoint ment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday arid favored ns with an xtra talk The large nuiliaiicu that Imened to Brother Ectous talk on TemperanctTcannoi regret being pre ent II liOONESBORO 4Albert Stevens has started out with his thrashing machIne Mr George Betitly has opened up a grocery store at this place Hiss Magpie James is visiting reln ivfs in Lexington this week Mr Edward John Masters of Valley View is visitiui the family of Mr John Jaliica This locality was blessed with a good shower Sundny morning which was verV much needed 3Ir John Thomas nnd family are visiting Mr and Mrs Georj eBently at Johnson City Tennessee Dispatch from Chicago says Jessie Porter chainbermalilat Palmer House was shot and fatally woundet by a man supposed to be William G Prnwltt Lwho killed himself Winchester Democrat says man mentioned was Will- Prewltt a son of Squire W F Prow itt of Clark Womans Mission Successful competition in any field depends on physical health AMILIARquestions about future asked Shall women vote Shall they practice law iliall they compete with men in every field hatever womans mission may finally be ler clared to be it It certain that something = must be none for her physical health g Ignorance superstition and mystery snr round womans delicate organism Heroic efforts to endure is of womans nconstant1Rtrugglc are in normal health dlffcrentrIDr llartmans book called Health and If which the 1crana McdicincTo Columbus 0 will mail fred to women I only It Is certain that Dr Ilartmant Ill PcruDn has proved a perfect boon for womens diseases of the pelvic organs It I treats thcm scientifically and cures them permanently All druggists sell it t II I received your book and commenced = the use of your medicine at once writes Mrs II D Amoss of Greensboro Cat to Dr Hartman I took five bottles of Pernna and two of Manalin I feel like a new woman When I commenced taking Peruna I could hardly walk across my room now I am doing my own work and can walk to chnrcbl shall never cease to thank yon for prescrib- Ing for me I had been under the treatment of two doctors but never received any benefit until I commenced taking your medicine I wish every woman who was suffering as I was would send for one of your books May God bless you and spare you many jfears to relieve women who are suffering as I was Fifty thousand women will be oo1lB5e1Jcd sid prescribed for this year free ol Dr Hartraan president of the Surgical Hotel Columbus Q All tJlI1pccUIlnrxpltI c p I I Jt jqj i f t iI11 j SiJe20 YEARS III OHIO 3 250000 Cur- edYECURESTHCTURE I rt iuut1 f yiini n Inro truublvd wiihluU luuUlUYIIejuwiuuMr they laiy I if ci atiiii finll tnLtiuc ttrcnm ft ni cnttli C pal sat timcstlishtdi chirc dilflculir In einncimeii weak p iWin ciniiontn nil lliui mtcmn if niMouj dcbilittlacy lnvn bkKH B HonUctl1ICtexJocimrnlurti you j hLwii luttaro n it fill It a ln Our NCii ltTllOD LltB4tI- xi iiNTnbirb the ttricturo tine V IyjilB diiotuion fT ra y onr TIiosutiitorsnnPnrrrtrouKthS return IWECURE GLEET Thiuanlscfynuig antI itidltagcu1 niul nro havic thtlr fUn igur and italily continually rapped ly this dis J eis TUry no rqiirntly uucnnrciunj I V fthncau orf there 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p = j 3rf Dank or Corn Exchange or man Exchange Bank New York or say railroad ore prr company U Chicago bi unplitl II wwtlooonaOO entire one of the IaTKet bttMnwa blorkii Chtcaea nearly 505 people In our own building Ha KSOO Sd pt msos 1UJ lad also everitblnR In mnlral Inttrnmenta at lowert wholewle Write for free oran plat an mnleaJ lntntmenl catalogue AddreM 8rIUbfk Co an IktmiU rIUUfcMlur SEARS ROEBUCK St CO Inc Fulton OeiDlaines and Watman Sts CHICAGO ILL 4 1 FloridatJHavana Solid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Jrcsonvilc daily via the Queen end Crescent lines Through to Tampa AilaxI or new Can with fast Steamer to Key West Havana Santiago and San Juan Lov rate round trip I t fItZt19fb c co ucttciiqii4q ing from a simj D ACME nlckelpUttd ornamrntiitlans Taper Service Nassau vile 54 hours Cincinnati Havana to I t1 I 1IrtfE t D A r rf l Trfr 1J 7JfKeep Cool Dont Get Excih 8 rWe have just received numbcrofRcfr 7I4 enitors Ice Boxes Water Coolers Whiter Mountain Ice Cream 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Si NEVILLE MODERLEVI 7 220222 TV Main Street DAY PHONE 23 RICHMOND KYWIGHT PHONE 23 l REPAIRING AND TIMEINQ PINE WATCHES AH wore Guaranteed A SPECIALTY 1L E LANEcS JEFTEJrER OPTIOJAN IS 2NU STREET RICHMOND KY 4 Si t IIII III fB 18 III 3 13 ltffit t PLQWING TiirIm Is light at hand so is the Irfi Vulcan gj Chilled Plowfl1illi 1DisciOur stoie is heavily stocked with every article found in a firstclass Hardware Store such It as Collars Hames Traces Backbands etc iJ Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc i fip Ej MR WM BUCKLEY our experienced tin r 131 ncr is constantly in demand for guttering h repairingli We will not be J5 1Undersoldtai iI iJ Taylor Bros r5iii1i6lJ A BOON TO MANKIND It DR TABLERS BUCKEYE ulz go DJ zZ c en JU oiof t NWiIEErAZJD rrlrJIt WErjjCURE jr1 A New Dicovry for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL FILES WI fHOUT PAIN a CllftES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUaIY MAIL 75 CtNT PTTLrSIO CErr Fori f ll f1 Iatwth SklrST lOUIS La rle by VEtk TIIOMAS D1lgistian83y Qc c j iL i iL1tostiriElr I TLr5- LL = = iiLJ The Richmond Climax t J C iuLrThoprIetorz 1f A D mad Editor a fi WOODS Auoclate Editor l WEDNESDAY JULY 5 TI99 rUBLUURI EVERY WISDNK3DAT BY i The Climax Printing Co RICE VKR YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR GOVKKNOn lION WILLIAM GOEBEL OF KKNTON COUNTY you LIEUTENANT UOVEKNOK J C W BECKAM OF NELSON COUNTY yon ATTORNEY GENERAL- R J 15RECKIXRIDGE OF BOYLE OUNTY FOll AUDITOR GUS COULTER OPG1AVESCOUNTYFOR S W HAGER OF UOYD couxrrv FOB SECUKTA11Y OF STATE CALEB BRECKINRIDE HILL OF CLARK COUNTY FOR CO3IJIISSIONEH OF AGRICULTURE I N N ALL OF JBKFERSON COUNTY FOR surT OF runLic INSTUCTION H V McCHESNEY OF LIVINGTON COUNTY FOB RA1UIOAD COMMISSIONER 3D fIST COL A W HAMILTON OF JIT STEELI- XOANNOUNCEMENT FOB JUDGE We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOhN 0 CHENAULT a candidate for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CLERK We are authorized to announce ARCH ClerksucjecttoWe are authorized to announce C SI RAY BURN a candidate for County Clerk subject to tbe action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIH a candidate for County Clerksublect to the action of the Democratic party FOR XUEBIFP We are authorized to announce JOHN F Madisonlor are authorized to announce JOHN W ItALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party JWe are aethorized to announce MARTIN a candidate for Sheriff of Madison k county subject to the action of the Democratic party von ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the cratic party DemoI We are authorized to announce 1IAKBR a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party TIlE thine for a county to do which has a candidate for a state office ie to en dorso him unequivocally nobody else nt all anti send delegates pledged to vote for him or for his best interests at all times Any other method is to uNtidIeR your man rIlE lOSt speech of the Louisville Convention was made by Hon M C Satifley of Lincoln nominating Hon AttorneyGeniblushing hue TUB rulings of Hon James W Ca pnrUni in the Republican conventionI on Monday again attested of the Ulan He may have had a fa vorite candidate whose fortunes would have been greatly benefited by partiwl thatlluilht the1lintidsman a mans life car easily be trusted if such men can he found in this day CapertonJrightsAscrisis we publicly commend him here H T H CFiBroerCouLEXINGTON jl Just This If you are interested in j r lecture i tt Frames We want yonto read the following Wo have just t impi cil u lIIOtletIlOItthite Department with nil the latest ma t chiniitv such as miter boxes miter saws miter pianos mat cutter and imII frame milking We have an airtight dust proof room whore our work will be put up ill13urin perfect deuulinets r 3SS m 11ta has beetiengared and came plctjii ItL Soc Ir j O1OMttS f Mnts Fancy Corners Fancy rc l Frames is large choice and f wetAt t i tg C1FBrowerCo11MAIN t 1J PJe10fuKt TIrli7S 55 b Q f1 lIT E 1 zL5 IL IT is announced that William Jen nings Bryan will be invitedtb Ken tucky this fall to make a series of speeches in behalf of tne Democratic State ticket Mr Bryan has always shown a great interest in the welfare of the party in thisState ana it is thought that ho will consent to come The invitation will be extended him through the new State Central Com mitteeMr Goebel and the others on the ticket will take the stnmp this fall aud many who were leaders of Hardin and Stone in the convention will speak for the nominees THE renomination of Ron W W Combs for Representative on Monday was a graceful act and his majority of two to one sufficiently emphatic to put him again before the people as the choice of the Democracy of Madison Mr Combs possesses characteristics which we admire in officeholders fairness gratituee sincerity honesty of purpose and ability becomes lower coupled to these other vir tues We sincerely hope he will be reelectedOfopponent for the nomination we have it that he is young and can afford to wait His support was a hich compliment and the opposition to him was not in the slightest antago nrstic So that he may justly feel proud of the race he made and of his method of campaigning He was fair and square and made friends thereby Ve expect MrAVilliams voice to be lined in support of the nominee snd- therell come a im some day when his conduct ii1SJ9 will be a source of pride and strength to him and his many warm friends Mondayinthe State ticket declared that he was responsible for the acts of the Madison county delegates at Louisville We have not heard a delegate apologize for his actions there We all went one hundred strong to bring back to Madi son the prize to her distinguished cilizen aspired We were defeated as Mr Chenanlts defeat was ours but his graceful acquiescence in the will of the convention softened the pain and made us doubly proud of him whose fortunes we had followed There may be some friction now in our and old friendsandtrueDemocrats may say things which a year ago they would have condemned in others but we have no words of reproach to hurl back Republican rejoicing is suffici reproofWe tbe contest to name one nominee and to support them all We can do no less in defeat than to carryout tho Golden Rule and this important duty in politics as well as religion we mean to do Mr Che naults voice and influence will be exerted on behalf of the entire ticket and those who lauded him asa trueblue Democrat on May 28 shall not blush to own his name when the ides of November roll aroumj SPEAKING particularly of the really JudgeBreckinridgeof a situation not unlike that which surrounded Madisons candidate for Audi tor Judge Ureckinridge spoke thus It has been said that often when the heart feels the most the mouth says the least and so you my friends must take my actions lor the words I would like to utter in your presence When the chairman announced from thestnge that I had been given this nomination I thought my cup of joy then running over but let me say to you that when I reached my home and saw this manifestation of your regard I felt a pleasure which surpassed any ot the emotions which arose when I heard that the prize I had sought was mine You sent me and a few of your number to the convention and instructed us to win if possible a certain honor and I want to say that no man was ever fol lowed by a more loyal band in any con test or on any field of battle The con test was furious but we won the prize and there I pledged myself to continue the fight and from every hill mill vale announce the principles of Democracy and my allegiance to them If I should be elected I promise here before God trytofaithfully and with honor to myself and to those who trusted me the bottom of my heart I thank you apoloJlzetonees of the Democratic party and we lattllayWeernor to constable from A to 2 and hope that our position will be vindi cated as events transpire betwixt now dayOur guarantees to nil its citizens the privilege of free speech so that every American has the natural right to express in a proper manner his politica opinions In exercising this right we freely accord it to others Having sat for ten days and nights in the convention that nominated Wm Goebel for Governor havin gone there for Capt Stone first and Mr Goebel last we feel able to give a reason for the faith that is in us and on any casion where necessary will do so Suffice to say in the language of Col Wm G Welch of Stanford a HardEn sup porter after witnessing the babyish conduct of those two old imbeciles and their rowdyish friends we reluct antly conceded that Goebel deserved to win He proved himself the best manager in Kentucky and to his great strength of leadership is added a ticket Democrats against whom no words but praise can be spoken Of those we know personally Brcckin ridge Beckham Hill and Nail twould be but cowardice to deny our heartiest support They are pure and bt tileD whom their own communities revere and with them and the rest of the ticket we have no fears for the safety or time honor of our commonwealth Forsake these meuIot on your tin type This is not the time nor the place to bolt we think What think you I THE action of Madison county Re publicans on Monday in quibbling about their endorsement of Capt S H partiallayloret1l a warmhearted county endorse ment of our distinguished follow citE zen forever estops the members of that party from criticisms of Wm Goebel time Democratic nominee for Governor Mr Taylor has outGoebeled Goebel in methods of securing instructions not in Madison hut throughout the State He caused snap conventions to be held long before he had opposition and when Capt Stone announced Taylors henchmen following a supposed win ner packed conventions in various counties that antiTaylor men were not admitted Or if valued their lives too highly to go up against the force and fraud that paraded under Taylors CamRbeUlurnisbea brute force reigned supreme and Taylor fightbutexposing political villainy beside which apparelNotonlyhigh position lie seeks but he is an original free silverite green backer or anything for office He is backed too by that brilliant bucket of guts De boe who is rattling around in his Sena tonal seat like a bullet in n bladder This duet of aceiantsandmisfits are in the saddle Decentpeople hold their noses when gang pas by Gold Democrats who made possible their election have repented of their error droppedtoable Taylor a matt whose own Governor declined to invite him to Ms table a man with whom Republicans say negroes are worse off for associating a blatant demagogue a foulmouthed hypocrite For this creature there is a clamor that Is as astounding to us as the position of some Democrats towards Mr Goebel If Capt Stone is defeated it Ia none of our funeral If Mr Goebel is de tented we can live under another Re publican administration with as good grace us tho next But wo t 1pihilicanholdingup thZiUflAttflrno3 Hl110PUU hJWf a D iIII1I1 Gov BBADLET thusemphaticallyde nies that he will place Attorney lien eral Taylor in nomination at Lexing ton You say for me that there Is absolutely no truth in time statement of S Louisville Custom House official that I will place Mr Taylor in nomination next week If lila name is not prewjnt edo that body until I doit he will not be before the Convention for any of fice coquettingRepublican Governor publicly repudi ates PERSONAL Mr C C Wallace spent Saturday in Frankfurt Dr Harry Blanton will practice den tistry at Ford Mr R IL McCreary of Chicago is here for a few day Miss Minerva Park Phelps is at home from Mt Sterling Misses Curraleen Smith and Geneva Moberley are in Washington Miss Irvine of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Belle McDowell Miss Fannie Williams of Versailles is the guest of Mrs C D Chenault Mrs Frank Miller of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs T C Willis Mr Ilarvie McDowell of Washing ton ie the guest of his mother in this cityMrs Mat S Cohen who has been quite sick for past week is rtported betterMisses Annie andHelen Bennett returned home on Saturday from Versailles Manager Ferrell of the Western Union Telegraph office spent Sunday in Lexington Mrs Lena Baldwin Shanks and sister Miss Olivia Baldwin have re turned to Stanford Misses Laura and Jennie Johnson of Louisville are visiting Mrs W W Combs at Moberley Miss HaIIle Hamilton of Wiseman town is visiting Misses Pearl and Mary Gentry on Fifth street Mrs W G Durritt of Orearville Mo is visiting the families of Capt P P Ballard and W E Luxbn Mondayforpanied by Mr Hubert Cosby Ret and Mrs W S Grinstead stop ped off at Richmond on their ret6rn homei They were the guests of their son Gilbert Dr and Mrs C S Holton returned Tuesday from Atlanta City where they attended the American Intstitute of Homeopathy Miss Anna F Gover who has been visiting Mrs j B Stouffer for several weeks returned to her home in Lincoln county yesterday Mrs Elliott West and daughter of Nicholnsville who for the past week were the guests Of Mr and Mrs H L Perry returned home Monday SterlingisMiss Samuels solo at the Presbyterian church was a beautiful rendition dis playing a voice of rare qualities Miss Estill Walker a handsome blonde of Richmond was the guest of Miss Belle DennyMisses Annie Bronaugh Engleman and Tevis Carpen yesterdayiLanford Mr Morris Long of the D D In stitute came over on Monday to take in the 4th of July picnic on Silver Creek Mr Long is a good friend who brings sunshine with and leaves a good taste in your mouth when he goes away Misses Minerva Phelps of Richmond and Florence Stanford who have been the attractive and popular guests of Mrs Silas Stofer for the past week left for their respective homes yesterday Mt Sterling SentinelDem ocrat Mrs RolHn BUrnani of Frankfort was the guest of friends here yesterday ChautauquaMasterJohn ing his aunt Mrs Helm on East ChautauquaLexington Rev EH Burnam of Luray Va will be the guest for a few weeks of his brother and sister Hon C F Bur flaw and Mrs Eugenia Hume Mr Burnani is one of most lovable of men a profound schoiar a devout christiad a powerful writer and ministerProf Robert Riggs lately assistant principal of the Campbellsyille High will again be assistant secretary of the Madison County Fair a position which he filled in 97 with marked abil- Ity Mr Riggs office is in the Mober ley building where he can be found at timesMr Shanks came home from Washington on Sunday for a three expressingtive position in the Government Print lug Office in which by his ability and industry he has been elected chair man of chapel a paying post of Mary Coyle who won the first prize in the contest is a cousin of Mrs J W Bryant of this plare and an un usually flue specimen of womanhood mentallyAlargeand Stone victory in this county is due Mr Jesse M Alverson of this paper who has worked for Goebel from time start with an energy and a will that knew no such word as fall In the work he was ably assisted by Mr G D Weatherford Stanford Journah appearedinThe engagement is announced of tIles Letcher daughter of Col and Mrs Letcher of Rockdalu avenue to Mr Robert Pogue The bridetobe is none other than Miss S Russell Let cher formerly of this city who was and is and wo trust will ever be as beautiful in character as she is of per son and she hind no superior hero in those particulars Also she was a cul tivated scholar was tho first female to receive a degree from Central Univer city and on her diploma was inscribed Mngua Cum Laude indicating a grade of 905 in all studies for her junior and senior years Mr Poage is a son of the wellknown Queen City merchant and that he has won so su perb a treasure bespeaks the high char acter of the man To both are extend manyKentucky RELIGIOUS Rev E II Burnam will preach in the Baptist church in Richmond on Jaturclay and Sunday next at 11 oclock nrnJuly8and9 AH invited QEATHS morningastMrsbee passed from earth to heaven in her 26th Year Burial in College Hill cemetery LOCAL 20t Rent Tim store housa now occupied hv Mrs L P Todd oil street will tbisjyearpossessionGKEENLEAy Assignee JuySltf Weary Keebler Cewpaay Lumber dealersof LonlsvilIezKYJin vlte corrospondeme men buyPoplarDry or Green Write tboju aprilfttn Atcs1 For Insciousl1snaFjIWlrlpQ tlpnlllh- eoli jreaomsqJ te tIreh eak3- ca 8i to al I1S0Jt PInalj MHt1 JO I1I c t wr0f aJjt t I t i jLi jt i FerShcrlffS t Mr Socrates Maupin of the Kings ton neighborhood i a weIlknown4 rn1er and trader tl ltly respected citizen and a hfel nsi Democrat will jnrdue time annpuece his candidacy for sber iff of tothe action of the Democratic primary election Mr Maupin says hie candidacy shall bo made with kindly feeling to nil opponents Register Changes Again yorhitsfrom Pickels Davis and will conduct tho paper hereafter1 Mr Pickel will continue as foreman Mr Rock is a gentleman of whom we can speak only in kindest terms and his reentrance Into the journalistic field is a signal for harmony and good fellowship Mr Davis has made a and would continue in the business were endangereqhymature but in either the school room or journalism lie is a pastmaster He Won Two Prizes At the commencement of the Central University Hospital College of Medicine last week at Louisville two prIzes were awarded toMr Joseph S WIttmeier of Augusta Ky a former student of C U Although he is tak inK a double course ho won the Third Year Scholarship and the Jno W Cook memorial prize for the best vol ume of clinical notes on diseases of the eye ear nose and throat Mr Witt meier was one of three young men who came here to college from Augusta in 1894 5 the others being Messrs Joe Rankins and Chas G Steen and all were exemplary students and gentle men and very popular Mr Gay a World Champion The Richmond Gun Clubs special guest yesterday Mr Jacob D Gay of Pine Grove Clark county already Lisa a national fame as a wing shot and this fame bids fair to spread beyond the bounds of the continent even to the old world Next December a big shooting match in which the best marksmen of this country and various European countries will porticipate will be held at Monto Carlo Italy The gun club of representedbyGay has been chosen as one of the earn The reputation of our country for fine shooting will be safe in his hands and we feel confident he will add new laurels to those that he already Mr Gay attended a shoot at Louisville Republican Convention The Republicans of Madison county onMondapeloctedtime slate of delegates andaU other good Republicans and instructed them to vote for Capt Samuel H Stone of this county present State Auditor for Goy ernor so long as his name is before the state convention at Lexington July 12 A row occurred over the effort of Stones friends to send delegatesof their own selectionwhich was the only pro per thing to do if Samuel Stone is the first choice of the Republicans qf this byDicker objected to a Frankfortslate of delegates and on a square count Horton beat them 111 to 97 Rather than cause an open rupture Stones friends agreed to Hortons list with the addi tion of all other good Republicans A Horse to Surmount It The efligy of a thoroughbred race horse is to surmount the steeple of Lex ingtons splendid now court house and it is a very appropriate and typical of countryKentucky anyothera figure of the race horse should be held up to the admiration of all be holders The figure of the horse is to operate as a weathervane- It may be suggested that the fame of Kentuckvs fast horses is no more re nowned than the beauty other women and that time latter should have had a place on her of justice Not so Harts Woman Triumphant stood there for years only to crumble into a shapeless mass in the fire of 96 and theres now no piece of statuary comparable with it to stand for tho beauty of Kentucky womanhood Judge Wards Death Judge J Quincy A Ward diedat Paris Monday June 20 aged 61 years Whether a private citizen husband father friend or as of the JtdgeVardwhose death makes Kentucky poorer and thousands of her citizens sadder Judge Ward was lor many years a member of the Board of Curators of Central University anti two of his sons QuincyWardmany friends of these young men In Madison in common with their others over the state received the sad intelli gence of Judge Wardd death with profound regret This office received an invitation to the funeral which took place Juno 28 at Battle Grove Cemetery CvnthSana Ky The pall bearers were J W Cromwell Judge Jas E Cantrill W T Lafferty E M Dickson Dr L S Givens J B Kennedy J W DavIs Dr Jos Boyd Honorory pallbearers A II Ward William Tarr P P Cum mini Dr Hervey McDowell George R Bell Henry Spears A T Foreyth G G White A Birthday In the Country The old homestead of Mr and Mrs Dan S Harber near White Hall was gayetyincidenttwelfth birthday of tim eldest son Mr Nicholas Harber Friends of his age had gathered from the county and city to enjoy a day of merrymaking and it was indeed a glad occasion for both young and old All sorts of outdoor sumptuousdinneron the pantry Prizes were offered in Donkey and Observation contests and in the former Miss Calliu Miller Shack elford proved herself an artist pinning the caudle appendage just where nature ordained it should go Mr Preston Smith exhibited rare powers of memory and won the prize offered to the one who could recall the largest number of articles displayed on a table Master Overton Harbtr was ringmaster of time circus and geneial manager of the parade lIrand Mrs Barbers always graceful hospitality was again demonstrated to all and the dav will ever be a bright spot in the memory of all those who attended the twelfth birthday of Mr Nicholas Harber The Fair is Booming Mr S A Deathernge and his efficient Assistant Secretary Mr J Robt Riggs are busilyengaged the work of the Fair which thsy will eclipse any held here in ten years A glance at the following rlTROTS 215 dna tOO 218 class tOO 227 chasIlO 235 cl asIOO 222 cla6S 400 3yr old 3300- U B Terrill purse for yearlings 150 IMCES 217 class3O0 221 classlOO 230 clafes300 2yrold clas820Q The Bankers stake 1000 for saddle stallion mare or gelding any age of which S200 Is reserved for consolation Only horses that show in Bankers Stake and take no par of money be allowed to compete in consofatlon- Five per cent to nominate and 5 per cent additional from money winners Money divided 50 2515 and 10 cent Noadditlonalentrnncewilfbe- chaledfoiion50l ti n and 5 per cent wilt only be deducted from first division percentonIdeducted Shotihl the above stake fail to fill reJ- sona1llweU right reserved to declare refunded Rules of National addle Horse BrecdiT jgovernFor saddle lldl st neH Horses and general exhibits see 4gItTh Npretafr pr lii jlgtnntfUlIt fluWl ttfl4 itt nltMrf61 aITr 4 f EfjerftlqpcfiSit ff4f iroeJfPylgTwmanitj of A specific to remove them S is Hoods Srsaparitta Americas Greatest Medicine which drives out all impurities from the blood of either sex or any age n foosQ 8a1iJaia4il Six Thousand Words By Telegraph The CLIMAX has received many kindly comments upon its telegraphic reports of the Democratic State Conveii From the beginning td time end ingof that memorable gathering of time unterrified Democracy the citizens of Richmond were in communica tion with tho convention and not one thing of vital interest occurred that they did not learn in a few moments after it happened On the bulletin board in front of the CLIMAX tho tele grams were posted as fast as they were received and it ilf freely declared that no such service was ever before ren dered to our people on anv such public occasion Jlrv Clarence E Woods was seated on the stage of the convention hall with a messenger boy at his ser vice and a telegraph operator also on the rear of the stage and as fast as matters of interest transpired Mr Woods dispatched them to the anxious multitude that stood constantly in trout of the CMJIAX office While Democrats have ever generously complimented our special service the Republicans also remarked kindly upon it and one Col JmV Caperton was especially kind in his acknowledgement of the public service rlnderetlJY the CLINAX through Mr latter declares that frequently the Richmond people knew the results of many ballot8beforp thadelegats them selves as the secretaries would hand their figures to the reporters and operators before they were announced by the Secretary due to the delay caused by confusion and noise in the hall Mr Ferrell the handsome accom pushed and obliging manager of the telegraph otllce h re informs us that Mr Woods sent 95 messages withmm total of 5500 words At the Usual rate of 25 cents for 10 words this would have cost the CfilSlAX 13750 but at time special press rate it cost only about 3000 Time Pantagraplr was generous enough to say this The CiajrAX showed enterprise posting bulletins from Louisville during the Democratic convention Tho telegrams were sent by Mr C E Woods and the Richmond folk was kept posted as to the proceed ings without having to rely upon the newspapers Mr Woods proved himself faithful and equal to the task Democratic Convention At the county convention on Monday Hon N W Combs received 38 of the 5G votes east by delegates in the twenty precincts und was declared the nominee of the Democratic party for Representative in the lower house in the next Kentucky Legislature Upon motion of Mr Merritt Williams the opposing candidate Mr Combs nomi nation was made unanimous and the race ended harmoniously and in good orderSMr Combs received the following votes University 4 City Hall 2 di vided McCreary 6 Tipton 2 Waco 3 Kavanatigh 3 Kingston 4 Bear Wal low 2 Duncannou 2 Berea 2 Tevis 3 Crutcher 2 Poosey 1 Biggeretaff 2 Total 38- For Mr Williams Court House 3 City Hall 2 divided 1 Chnnault 2 White Hall 4 Blue Lick 2 Burnam 3 Newby 3 Total 18 The following resolutions offered by Hon W T Tevis were unanimously adopted Whereas We the Democrats of Madison county are in convention as sembled to nominate a suitable candi date to represent us in the General Assembly of Kentucky be it resolved 1st That we desire to express our regret at the defeat of our distinguished and able fellow citizen Hon John li Chenault in his race for tho 110m inn tion for State Au litor but always loyal and true to the Democratic party its principles and its advocates we hereby pledge our hearty and unwavering support to the entire State ticket nomina ted at the recent Louisville convention and will earnestly work for its support in November 2nd That we recognize in the nominee of this convention V W Combs a loyal and unswerving Democrat a gentleman worthy and in every way qualified to represent Madison county in the Lower House of the next lature and we pledge him our united support and will do everything hi our power to carry his standard to victory at the approaching election 3rd That we affirm our allegiance to the Chicago platform and declare for Hon W J Bryan for President in 1900 Mr B C Potts introduced the resplu tion reaffirming the1 Chicago platform and pledging support to Wm Jennings Bryan in 1000 Unanimously carried At 3 adjournedJxo C E WOODS Secretary NOTES Messrs M II Williams arid T G McKinney were appointed to notify Mr Combs of his nomination Time latter made a good speech and paid a high tribute to the fairness of opponent Mr Williams who responded with similar kindly sentiments and pledged himself to actively support nomineeMr was loudly called for and told how the 2S delegates and alternates and 100 friends Madison had followed his fortunes throughout tIme convention at Louisville and of their loyalty he was most proud and for their actions he was responsible He had made the host fight he could and while lie lost he was still a Demo nominecsifroma low weeks he would take time stump for the State ticket including Mr Combs The convention met in tho upper court room time Republicans being in session below We hatn full house and every precinct sent delegates with signed credentials There were no disputes or controversies and the conven tion although It lasted an hour was marked byliarmony and mitlrt- ThiasniCORREDp4 VALLEY VIEW f T Miss Alma WhitlockwUl teafi Ui I public school at Bethel scfiooillduseT The precinct convention held hero Saturday instructed for Hon W W Comb Miss Spicie D Haden of Uoylncton is spending a few days with Dr Elmer Northcutt Misses Mary Taylor and Flossie Beck attended the Cliuutauqna at Lec ingtoii yesterday Louis Pjlcher of jricholasville was here Saturday to confer with J L Sowers on business pertaining to the Kentucky Writers Association Col John Clark Is with H G Carpenters Jiton n threSher and they do he a worker from awaybiick Probably he has notcaught up rtowdyi m manifested itself inishameful manlier at this place 8tat urday evening in the regular old devil gets into them way I dptft know virn are to cenBurcd for this unbe coming conduct Rev John Abbott preached here last Sunday morning to a harem htlyoungclosest reasoning imagination and dispensed to lila hearers gospel truths which met the condition of those who desire fog o to hpaven otf time c6de of morals mappctl out l y home for ttumitseLvmm Themalo yiartettefrom ranola posed of the IolJowln members TfjT IAmIford llilcof1lb hleutternou Jlmac AfInmllillSharul r U cowie anti werIToyall ttn4iyIim II e piiJflTO1r LikIi oNfi J rM 1ei91i t p i rit I s t L Of 0 urtQW rLSjP0hb0 aIIi1I J t 1l111f i DrJ GtC otanfqrmI wit m ourfowTflflbt Frlilay Miss Kate Denton is visiting relatives in Richmond this week Miss Kate Smith of Richmond isthe guest of her cousin Miss Willie Denny p il36Aary RicVGaJvest on j xlUI is visiting her undo Mr J W Adams MrsrRodneyGriggs who harbeeir quite iIlthq past week Is much ira provedMrs Victor Lear of Lancaster was the guest of Her sisteVMrsiW g Fihilast week v It fx i James D Arbucko qf JtiCii1iirml was In ourtdwnSnnday onTmpprtaht 7 business x Misses hattie and Brown Yeiser of Danville are time guests of Miss Lucy Francis this wefck Mr ffameajejndjjrsgns sheep iere raided by dogs last week Six were killed and seventeen maimed Miss Margaret Hackley of Georgetown College spent a few days with the family of Mr J B larker week Paint Lick line a firMclass barber in the person of Mack Moore who has hind considerable experience as a tonsorial artist Miss Bettio Francis will spend the next two weeks at Slate Lick Springs with Mrs J G Galloway who is spending the summer there A party coin pored of about twenty coUples from Paint Lick and Point Leavell spent a very delightful day at Dmmncimmgfeasti of time day nnddanghtersMIsses Poyntz James Ballard Will Martin Harry Francs anti C A Fish attended the picnic at last J10rioustimeMr E L Wootls the popular stock dealer of this place shipped to Cincin nati last week three carloads of hogs two Of lambs aiid two of cattle He 1500 lambs bought in Aladison and Garrard counties to be delivered in this month When inclined to give an iangiy answer press your lips together and say the alphabet lilanh Cart Not be Cured with local applications they can not reanh time seat of the disease Catar rh is a blood or constitutioual disease null in order to cure it must take internal remidies Halls Catarrh Cure is token internal and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best year1nndcomposed of the best tonics known combined with the bestblood purifiers surfacesFimogredients is what produces such won derful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CoProps ToldoO Sold by druggists price The Halls Family Pill are the best 1m 9E1ENT5- QuE G1 CRESCENT ROtlTE 1st Southern District Association colored Baptist churches Hodgeus ville Ky June 2CJnly 2 1S90 Annual Meeting Nation Hardwood Lumber Association Milwaukee Vj- sJulyI3Ifl 1899 lJi8iouarySocielyford Va July 09 1891 Supreme Lodge Uniform Rank En campment K O T M Iort Huron Mich July 1722 1899 Annual Convention Medal of Honor Legion Burlington Vt July 1920 1899 W C KlNEAKSO General Passenger Agent Lumber For Sale I have at my mill near Waco about three hundred thousand feet of flrstclossoak lumber which I will aril at mill or loaded on ears For furthef particulars call on oraddress BOWMANJulySSino Defy The ll- andhumidity to play Such tricks with COLLARS AND CUFFS laundered by the llhIiiMaii1 Steam llI1y as is done with Ihien incom pletely treated by incompetent hands Our work never fails to satisfy our patrons The utmost care is taken in all stages oithawashingandjinr ishing and absolute perfection is the result f RIciiOND ST1M LAUNDRY tS RUP DR CALDWELIS CONSTIPATION PEPSIC- URCS N SUITS THE POCKET the e and the ear All the Pianos awl Organs shown here are instruments of merit tningespential W sweeiffess strengthof W1lind- MvmiTp rrP fiTtiaTi The facb that rtn itistvumeiat is on sale liere is a gutiitee ofitg excellence i 1 I iii ci- i E TJAo N1 h p 1QrkYm+t f ff Yii i i c 1i JJ r Gi IEI NEW CLOTHING STORE I= = = I 5 O T 1 f Having removed from FirsfcStreetrtoJargehouseoirIyTamtStreet5nexfc jj pj to JcGJraYlorSOns we are better prparedthan ever to4shothe ncWcstj h1and finest line of T l lQfMhingHats and i i Furnishing Goods 1x Ever openedinRichmond We have a few goods left we brought from our fij First SRJre that we will sell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long as they last Our gg new goods are of theSLATEST AND NEWEST STYLES 1 I And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit Dcjnt buy until you rillaVO seen otir goods 1Ye guarantee to sell you Tnorft goods and better quality for the money than ever you got before Our F l Is piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened Suits to measure andFIT at from 1000 per Suit up Call and see us at The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond Main St Next door to Farmers Nat Bank may3Gm By Special Request Dr Goldstein Has De cEded lo Remain Until Saturday It la my specialty to fit glasses in such a manner that they relieve time eyestrain perfectly fitting the eye with spectacles that you can see with ease and comfort thus preserving the eye In examining time eye only time latest must methods and in struments are used Physicians especially are invited to call and investigate my methods of correcting errors of refraction Many casses of headache neuralgia nervous ness irritability insomnia vertigo nervous prostration and tIme seeming stupidly of children are often due to defective visipn caused by an slimier mal curvature of time cornea or crys talline lens or to tin irregularity of time refracting media of time eye and are relieved at once upon application of the proper glasses Ninety per cent ot time people over 40 years of age need glasses and 30 per cent of the 90 need them for distance Glasses are not always given to im prove eyesight to relieve undue strains in short to assist nature Thou sand of eyes are ruined Seven persons out of ten have neither eyes Astigmatismhence separately Special attention is given to any inequality that may exist be eyeOptical ad vances within time last few years time correct adaption of spectacles has be opticLanadjustjugtreating wilt a most delicate and pre cious oigaiy where time slightest error may result seriously while if ho dove his work well ho not only gives corn fort and case to lila patrons but in many instances restores sight Special care Should be taken in ee first pair Qj spectacles nor should it be attempted without time aid of responsible optician It is most importrnt that the lenses should be ac curately centered and of the best quali ty and time frames so made that time wearer looks directly through the ecu ter Glasses nicely fitted to time face become an ornament as well as a necessitv Fitting children with spectacles a specialtyParents do nqt neglect your child eyesDifficult solicited All questions in regard to the eyes chcefu answeredC- ONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE Office hours from 10 n am to 3 p m at Glyndon parlors Richmond Ky STI L- SPRINGS White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN ht 1t On the B X I U Railroad and the Kentucky Rier in the midst of Mountains and Hoiimntic Scenery TIme White Siilpliur Is specific for skin and kidney troubles time Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths iu the iterate gjf For turtier particulars address M1 my3l4tn IRVINE KY Insure your dweiiiis bftra and all other the iflue irsia Inmurance Coinpa fly of Lexinton Xy a home Institution Gives protection agtIH4it Fire Ltgatnlnr and The cEedpert nnil most reliable company for Iho l 0pl of stir now operatlnjf in the S5Vr and get cheaper ever companyForAttsrimeyitLawSite Jaii haiL da p WtMe Trust ist j 0 CUSTOM 11 I ITAILORING DEPARTMENT ifullofthefinest GUARANTEED andsavernoney IIMYI DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS I r1r1uuerS BARGAIN + 4 44++ +++ Store IN CLOTHING UiMensuri4 Boys Suits atODeup UIikC1s NOTIONS 3 Gents Laundred Shirts assorted colors 25c up Gents Undershirts 125c up ErGents Drawers 20c up upLadiesw ear upCorsetsq Ladies and Gents Linen Collarsi JOe up 4- 4f UpSuspenderser Buggy Whips lOc up upLadiesAsst Colors in Boys Waists25c up Baby Bibs 5c UI Fire ScreensS lOc up- c U LIfE OF LtDIES GEYTSjIYD w CHILDRENS SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE ilfOJ2E VARiED AYD LARGER 9 THA1 ETER BEFORE Call and see them IN RIBBONS We have a few bolts of the C N Cos Ribbon- on hand which we will close out at No 10 lOc No 40 loc No 80 20c See our stock of Corsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Kbyi3G Norsah 1ff HATS ANDCAPS 7 Mens Black Felt Hsts 5C P s Mens Nice Straw lists 5cup Boys Nice Straw HatsjOc up Mens ammdBoyaCaps up- c CARPETS f 1 HempJOc up Brusselst4lcup 5 Bug2up Knives and Forks per set Sic up Cake Turner 4- cs Files 3cap JaS iMattingslOe up INEARDWAREf I setupTableipooni wtvt 2ipJute5t Fish 11neYic each Fish Hookalc doz up8Inch 0sV GUT tVXVvxvers D6 airmcTvV aid Satfe Miout RespectfulUj Submitted to Cash Trade EYELDERMAGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS IAgr1Mti1 cI KYiXJqTOr- CjOOO8EXDSURJaLU8ntjS We pay4as prvta bctiamhivinz that Insurzrnco omn ri0 pveiypiirtitiuhrmi arI G 7SMITH BOWMNOkTANY xxINeToN xrr4u T U3JO1 Iiwm1 stirmrn4 Xy c Irww 44 q a u a 1catokcA 7 rstociCbf Mens Furnishings Like ours for any length oftime The sotightaaitrew 4 f Our display is brilliant but the goods rVaro of lasting quality The show ing of Iee Shirts lUll Underwear is particularly Jitstrons anti each articlo Is new and stylish 4 tcvs to fC8Se e rort J JJ T 8 to is pUUlcientJlt purevlthII one to to ly n r v TII F o4flExquisite Shoe i It 1 t PatentJtjd Vamp Cloth Top with Silkworkea Eyelets t iI it i J Frce 2 50 s f+ ++ + + + ++ ++ + + ++ + 1ic4aVt 4- aa t Z7oi a Ft M t ++ j II 2rf Q ts 1 e91bS RIcHSuccessors to WALLACE II LF BARGAIN SALE 0 e E cM exokxt- I 0 1s s 0 I 11 illkIJnP jjmii fjDii 0 E iJPj g10ID nIDD 0 On thc3irst counter o our store you YU a scIeeLionof Glothinft 61wJi14J can take your choice at just One Half PriceWe after the busin ss many r Jilots whichare broken in order to clean them uj we have placed them 0sallon BARGAIN COUNTER at o onehalf price For instancer 11 n let a c Os eS iI S ess 08- o word the wipe f thug talk and another s lIJlthillg T II1 r5 RICE BP find you find seasons and the A 8500 SUIT FOR S2i50 A 810 SUIT FOR S500 A S1250 SUIT FOR 5625 Dont this opportunity pass 00s ilL Covington Mitchell 1il OeoQnonu Stonfler has taken more rneasures fur suits toOrler this spring thauatl the restcomhined New store Main St tf What a man likes jnoatabouta girl is hi4arrn fI f OY B fMIYAF1IIfflLU I DAYS LUGtR I 1C r LJ 1 I l r i p1 It 4 1 y l1li i 4+4+ +44 + orr f OiieFotirtli 011 Clearing S1ea pviI1 i i By tIielelCk iTduivan1 I1- ilfllefit Of the ieFouit1i II OFF ARNOLD U On all Ilcavy Goods such usd- 4 Su ts Overcoits Shoes Un- deiivcar Hats c I H1J STRING ceIMf Tite SMer ne lItter 1 fnUr f Ii 1 + + ++ ++ + + + ++ +4 + + + + iMs 5615 ja XDOTV o art tQms itcto a Ytvat t +++ + ++++++ +++++ ++++ + + ++ 4 4 4 4 4 4 j L last The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 5 ISro Dr Hobson Dentist Fair Catalogues are out Wheat 65 cents and small crop Wheat at 65 cents is Prosperity with a vengeance Dr Koherts picnic yesterday de populated Richmond Ford went for local option but Winchester against it Have you been in StouUers newj store on Alain street 100 cattle at pens S to 5 cents 1tXsbee3 tOJ 15 Stouffer has moved to Main street next to JohnQ Tajjlors tf Sheriff Ueverley P While was not killed as reported last week Slim Carpenterfi new residence j near burned Saturday Jno F Wagers bought 600 head of sheep Monday at S3I2J per head Capt Rawlins foot and side injured at Irvine are getting better Full line of road wagons and buggies at HIGGINS LUXONS my315t Finest lineofzieckweatin the city at Stouffers new store Malt street if IlayforRead the Richmond Steam Laun drys uaveriiseuient elsewhere in this JS3UO Mt ZIon Mission Band meets next Stnguerlaadcr Mr John Doty has thirteen young partridges that were hatched by a bantam lion Mrs Mary Weareu wife of Geo Wear n died Wednesday at Rutliton She leaves six children Stouffer took more than 100 measures in one week for suits and pants New store Multi street tf Stouffer sells moro clothing for the money than any other clothier New store Alain street tf A beautiful Clnckering piano wade of mahogany can be purchased from G W Evans Jr for f00 jnellU On a lunacy writ Julia Criegler colored was tried and pronounced in sane and on Thursday Deputy Broad- Ills took her to the asylum John F Wagers shipped to Cincinnati yesterday two car loads of lambs boughtfromHons J W CapertonW B Smith J L Jackson W T Harris S U11 Black and others spoke yesterday at Barnes Mill bridge at the picnic Mr II G Kent agent for Harding l Riobtu the largest piano and orguii dealers in the States has an ad vertisement elsewhere in todays CLI MAX Read iu We are closing out all our goods ill order to remodel our house Clothing hilts shirts UlIIIt1l1d rear at your owu price at titouffers flew Mam street Ktoiu next door to Farmers National Bank tJ 000 sample I1I1U rcoat8andvests just opened jliullthu latest and oest etyles itt less flmuiiianufuctureiB cut to be closed out Moutleru new clothing lioue Mam street opposite Madison National Bank It optlellUwitlglasc8durmg 1aturdityDrduring his stay here and all speak hi highest term uf his work Far Sent Six room over Higgins Ellis gro cery store for tent for olliccs or resident Apply to J T McClintuck Iticbuiond Kentucky Je28tf Will Probated McCrearyDroiistoi Alutiduy county conn day SliedividtS her estate consisting of a residence business iiouses bank stock etc lie twecu tier broiher hull Jas IS Mc Creary nnd her nephew U H Me Crcaryt iu equal slimes Will Announce For Jailer Wo are authorized to state that at tlierproper time Mr Peter O PurriHh of Caleast will nnnounco lila ciindi lacy lor Jailer of Ma lit uu couuly Huh jeer to the actiou of the Democratic Iworkerj man that deserves an office for faithful set Vices morn thau does Mr Parrish Shooting Scrape On Monday Billy Turpin of near Waco tt quarrel over a wagon on Water htrcet vitiV Alton King of the sonic iieighborhopd Turpin drew a pistol anil his brother o T Turpiu then up his iiaiid and received the bullet in lila wrist the same nail passing through KiiigV liand as it rested over his heart passing on through his clothe and barely breaking the flesh lurpiutf wound in the wrist was tri fling though painful unit Kings tmud was not badly damaged AHeme Prodigy A prophet Is not without honor save in his own country You have heart that and muy be able to tell its origin But It applies tomewlint here and now When the Bicycle catalogues were out the name of Master lon Wiggins was inserted as a local trick rider of ability who would outartahi the crowd coons local guys jesa lathed But when our little friend eliot in white and gold had tinished lug exhibition the audience waa divided In its opinion asto whether Mr towclJ the expert trick rider from Pulls was np4nIr to Qnr little mali Wiggins Suffice to any tie won a race STIlL hOst iiko is another feather in bia cap flit we believe that JIB Wild the only one of our city entries lo hog a first Little non iI sill right and the ClHAX cb JUne ully other Imyaf his matJrItrick a IV B Ii r r Court Day A tremendous crowd was hero ami considerable business was transacted Heifers brought 4 cents steers 5 cents hut few sales Sheep brought 55 to S3 75 Few horses sold On The Circuit Mr John R Gibson accompanying hiM horses in the northern circuit beginning at Detroit The following nr01I Isis string Henrietta r Neva Simmons and Maude Emperor PUBLIC SALE Having decided to leave this place the undersigned will sell at public auc tion in the town of Irvine Kentucky on Monday July 17 1899 a nice hon e and lot on Street The house which contains four rooms and a hall U in firstclass condition with neces sary outbuildings The lot is 40x150 feet This residence is located in tilt best part of the town Terms made known on day of sale For further particulars call at this of lice or Mns G THOMPSON Irvine Kentucky je2Stt For County Judge After repeated and urgent solicilu tions from friends which left no doubt of the substantial quality of the cull Judge John C Chenault herewith an nounces himself n candidate for Judge subject to thin action of the Democratic party at the November election Judge Cheuauit needs no comment in these columns Ills life has been an open book and his acts public and private are knowm of all sawn Nix takes lie has made who has not But his fitness is all that he desires his couutymen to pass upon Their will is law stud he will abide by it Mistake in Weighing Cattle Time case of H F Embry Co stock brokers against the Bourbon tock Yards Uoniimoy wont to trial today in the Law and Equity Division Louisville The plait that in June 18U7t they had a number of cat tie to be weighed them on the public scales reporting that the aggregate weight was 1155035 pounds It is claimed that the stock was sold at tint weight and it was later discovered that u mistake had been made Iud that the cattle weighed 107550 more thau was reported The plaintiffs say that lost st8O 86 by the mistake which sum they sued PIGEON SHOOT Thos J Smith Jr Won As we predicted in last lassie T J Smith Jr returned from the conven thou at Louisville and heat all comp titian with Harvey Chenault a close second See score below T J Smith Jr 10 Harvey Uhenaut 16 Elliott Smith u 14 Dr H O Jasper 13 Dr V II Hobson 13 TT Coyington 12 E E Mitchell 11 R E 1l1r lev II V Jl Letcher 10 C D Chenault 10 Thorp10IoeL P Evans 4 Ton ghtJust before retiring If your liver la sluggish out of tune and you feel dun billons constipated take a dose of Hoods PillsAnd youll be all right In the morning Whon good como to anyone rrjiic When anyone suffer speak a word 01 sympathy Those who livn on farms are liable to many accidedtal cuts burn Mini bruises which heal rapidly when Bal lards Snow LiiilniPiH ill promptly plied Price 21 and 60c Terry Thomas jy5lin Carefully clean the snow and mud from your feet on entering the house To 08 Hapoy or cheerful or useful is next to an im poesiblity when one is suffering from all discomfotting cold or n nasty little rough If you are clown in themouth from the effects o a rough or a cold jyoti will find your deliuht in the use of a 25c bottle of Dr Bells PineTar Honey Druggists sell it Look for b auty in everything and take a cheeiful view of every event Persons troubled with diarrhoea will he interested in the experience of Mr W M BiiKh clerk of Hotel Uorrance Providence ll I lie saws For sever al arR I have been almost n constant sufferer from diarrhoea the frequent attacks completely prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel About two years ago a traveling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle of Uhnmherlains Colic cluiiini null Diarrhoea Remedy Much to my surprise and dhihut effects were immediate Whenever I Mt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself against the attack with it few doses of this valuable remedy The result lias been very satisfactory nnd almost complete relief from the afflict nIR8dmHide your own troubles but watch to help others out of theirs there is a different ii real illftVrencp a vast difference between Dr Balls Pin TarHoney and any other cnuuh colit or rem edy Besides cutting tIme phlegm and curing the cough or cold at sliCe it brunldlidlnat all good druggists Never interrupt any con versaUonbnt watch patiently your turn to speak Fretsin Weather IB July lQ8SbntA vat amount of misery is CHIIPOI at hUIOviirltdlecltooel niay be remedied by euichinfIhe blood and tmiiny SAr snparilla This tncdicineseems topnt JlhlIlcIIYttmwer to purify enrich andvitalize tile hloodcriato an appetite arid inI vig ratB the fligeitlve fnctionst We M4lvje you to get a botUuaulltry It if ol1lIotfef t Jtihi M yon wore tl than ix VMk8 VjUMJtfoU sit i tlm boStMWtljf tl t rtf JW Wrt j fi c SHOE EVENTS FOR THE FOURTH SjThose who have delayed buyi- ngSummer Footwear Are fortunate hey can make a great Bavins from the usual LJI cost of high grade shoes We ore making prices on Oxford Ties Russet and Tan 4nndbring everyone to the store They are new goods and Upo Date and we are determined not to carry any over J tJ ttttPlanters CUDAN RELIEF cures Colic Ncnrnleia nnil Tooth cb In live mJnul nr stomach and Summer Complaints price 25 Cents GWhiteHave a place for everything and everything its place Children Catch Cold more easily than crown folks nnd their qulnlnplorcud is n certain cure for all coughs and colds Tn neither of your faults nor those of others CoughRemelyways with good results says Mr W B Cooper of Kl Rio Cnl For small children we find it especially effec the For sale by Perry k Thomas druggists julyolm Always speak politely and kindly toj servants Whites Cream Vermifuge not only effectually expels worms hut is un equaled n a tonic and in a certain and purmanent cure for chills and fever in children Price 25 cents Perry and Thomas July 5ltn Postoflire Department has allowed two iidiiitional clerks at Winchester Postollice at salary of S500 and 300 A Frank Statement Lebanon Junction Ky Tnne2 18 9 hyVihhiamwas suffering from impure blood and sick headaches and after taking thiee Jollies of Hoods Sarsaparil la 1 am eel jug so much better that I recouimed this medicine to all sufferers The experience of many others in thisvicin ity proves that Hoods Sarsaparilla is the best medicine money can buy Anyone can sit on a jury but it takes a lawyer to sit on n witnesa L A W Bulletin To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain ndiiricliidc food and Whitejj Cream Vermifuge The re sult will be the wornm will disappear and the chill become healthy alum cheerful Price 50 cents Perry and Thomas July54iu- It is announced that Betty Greens spring suit cost 700 It was a lansuiL N Y Press Our baby lisa been continually troubled with colic and cholera infantum since his birth and all that we could do for him did not seem to give more than temporary relief until we tried Chain imrlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedyliegive you this testimonial man evidence of our gratitude not that you need it to remedyGby Perry fc Thomas druggists 1m The manly art of self defense con sists largely these days of an insanity plea A lazy liver may be onlya tired liver rightfurwould be a savage as wellas a stupid thing to beat a vrearv man Clrn starv ing tntn because he rugged in his work So in treating the hurling liver it is a great mistake to lash it with drastir drugs In ninetynine cases out of a hundred a torpidlor sluggish liver is hut a pympunn of an illnourished hodV whose organs are weary withovcrwo- rklttIIJr liver alone Start with the stomach and its allied organs of diges tion and nutrition Put them in proper working order and set how quickly your livtr will beiome active and ener LHtii lr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery IIHH made many marvelous nrpK of liver trouble bv Its wonder ful itmirol of organs of digestion and nutrition It restores the normal ac ijvely nthe stomach increases the glmuisdeanIIcuiniilntions and so relieves the liver of the burdiiH imposed upon it by the detection of other organs Another destructive storm swept over Nebraska Sunday ulght Inpertect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of time system which grow and are confirmed by neglect Herbine gives tone to the sioim ch ami1eausfls good digestion Price COc Perry Thomas jySlm Tht thirteenth annual assembly of the Kentucky Chiiutanqua began at Lexington last week A Child Kiijitys nnrlloothinmol or mos gratifying results follow use w that it is the best family remedy known everr should have bottU Iannfacinreu by the California Fir Surup Co Tn the churches nt Kuttawa prayers were offered Saturday for the Louisville convention Planters CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Burns Brniseslthueu centslSoldA lumps pockit ahle hut how nlmui thejQiit m that if onert Imidlonl What aiiionu liuiimn 1U are more snnoyinjsihan pllen The afflictions that prevent active exprclsi 8 are hail enough hut one that makes even rest misernhle is WOrSe AVmnon aif amiuijj its grente t inartyrd Tablets Buick nyn Pile Ointment a ill euro the mnBt obstinate cases Price 60c In hoitle tubes 75c Perry ThoniHK jyolm hnabTetter SaltKheuia and Eczema The intense itching and IImartin lent to these dlseMtS is fiemtauthy aI1iyd by applying Chainbcrlaias Eye and Many very bailses have been permanently cnred by it It is efficient for itchiIl8viJea nijrl favorite remedy sore p1eh 1JitCfl1flUjust what II feorso needs wfeea fe bad coDfiitifin TOD blood puihr aad vermIfiiu Tiy umie JtOIt food but- 1LnQd1c1paaThdtb4b4 in wf id pt L PIpi rrc c L J ii2fy rv1 sy Vv v ji iss r SSff Ji y ff r W I II NFllHThiII l ISJP 4ir tfIK TDE Busy Be- eCtiStores ec6reat C1ear= rI ance Sale A Boys Clothing Will Mothers to l ii Good Cassinicre Knee Pants for childron 19e per pair Cbililrens Strictly Allwool Knew Pants double knee and double sent all colors worth 75c per pair are4 tr yours In this sale for 39c J5oys 125 and siro Knee Pant Suits in double brQastcd stud Reefer styles neat and serviceable aggs 3 to 4 11 the price in this clearance sara only SOc TH SUNMAT tLBARAN E ALB +4 +Mens Good Cawimere Suits well made in brown blue jscotch mixtures all sizes worth 0 and 7 will in this clearance sale at it8 Mens Fine Allwool Suits choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted sick and klltles of fine imported worsteds scotches am clays every suit in the lot worth and sold everywhere from Si to S12 take yourchoice and pick in this salo at 8 S MenV Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailored wliidi r whl incet waiitRand suit the ideas of stylish ireesnrs to a T You can mako your unrestrict 1al ed selectidii from several hundred of these fashion able tailormado garments worth from S14 to SIli Ithey go in this sale at 848 were and TSe Sunday Kte JtFine and many weaves Fine Goods Former per yard he in atJGc White Skfrts msigo of stand out greatest we aro otl in to them i an article in the untouched be reaching a a I NIDont full attend t i= i i J I MT GEORGETOWN Dig Slcs Tablets positively euro all forms of d indigestion other stomach troubles 125c a box at all druggists Its a fowl trick for nature to make a ducklegged omit chujken Consumption is Prevented by giving early attention a whether slight severe A quick ly disappears when lr Jiells Honey is taken This remedy weak lungs strong 2oc at all druggists Is your liver Does tail An its duty dont n its call fur help A few doies of Herbine may save you a spell of HirkneM Herbine the only perfect liver medicine rnres anti fever Pricn 5Qc Perry Thomas juljolm The llUSsell jury after a weeks sessions returned indictments Planter gcstion Regulates the Liver Price 25 eta Sold by Perry Thomas successors to W O White SEND GP4E DOLLAR JS5 ID wHMM MtudiriraUt micm I114WUI nr rruiurB- CUECT 00XXtllKlTIOI It Jmr ilev1 tt fIrSBFECTLT UTISriCTOKT KXtCtLT U KIjtAL nCDaltS SUIT UTitLiT eooo u ioo u Ulrdabt OUR SPECIAL PRICE nd freight ctargei lea the 100 sent with order WE MAKE BUGGY C5 J FtCTOUTiCIltACO Amken pat In J6uo bozjlej latest For 1899 Uoiy 4 tee4 equal to any bogrwork ilody Oer diror Red Cpitale kay sr bd tiih r frel lrPrlPo wain roll cmiOCCK Year Belllne OUn 3asI DELAYAddross ILL They The Feet Nature Intended t OjIOXfQfiSI3lt imliier S cj4 DJCHMOND is wild with excitement at the LOW PRICES for which THE BUSY BEE 4 CASH STORE closing out their surplus stock ofseasonable and Summer Goods All our previous offers that have convulsed the petfple are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the 4GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Prices that crippled in our former offers will killed in this great sale The knife that was driven to the hfltawill now sink to the heart Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and piofit VPtWll j out stand unequalled unmatched and incomparable i 4 i That Make Wild Buy H m HABLB enncss fro tbe is en NUBIAN TEA cures sin and Sara as Boys S2 00 and 250 Kneo Pant Suits go at S119 Ihisiisale8 Big Uovs Long Pants assimero Suits worth SS 00 antI t 4a100 will disappear in this clearance sale lit 118 i Big Boys i7 89 and Long Pant Suits choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots IScotches unfinished worsteds etc Take yonr pick NNthis sale at 498 a i CHANCES ARB MO NBY A iMll fJ IIiSnchLadles Dongola Patent solid shoes worth 125 to In this sole at per pair Mens Shoes in lace and conzre worth n5O dished out to you at per pair Men s tl75 and IIIf tt Ji shoes will be 100 Mens dark Tan Black VIci and real Russia leather 3 and H shoes they In this sale at l9 Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods nfancyper yard will be slaughtered In this sate at 18c per yd Noth tjing reserved fOrpndiesWash goods of all kinds cut half into Mens Suspenders mo hair ends worth S5c per pair lOc In this sale wereiOne wereformerlyper pair JaiTinads Poplins fancy in nil wool double width Dress 75c anrlSc will slaughtered this sale per yard Nothing teservedV4ji Special Clearance fcaleavingon Ladies Readymade Underwear Tulles Readymade Drees Carbd t and Lace UuitninR Tliffegoods hll ddt the keen our cold steel and to you as the l bargains ring this lille ask feee LI giveaaNdt entire big storeleft this sale must far clean sweeping and groat byIj our loss to this sale ihjCamletAiCAd I l t9V = = J DGOLDHAM COMPANY fi i fS RICHMOND STERLlfG AND Iiii Dyspepsia nut ligeoutocd to cold or dill IitieTar makes tired it to Hill llct is It chill county grand seventytwo COtUtt r ZiaI freight S389O THIS TOP r Stile CanBuildMilyRubberhak lhla Fit i1 Spring be DfSPCP Constipation Indi aprS6m 1 Onr t SIO l VBR IdlI Tip go are f THIS IS fOR YOU JLJiA- FEw OF OUR MANY LEADERS FOR TIllS WEEK il 7USBest Grnn lute r Sl gar for 100- GuocI Roast Coffee per Ii 9c IiJlIOXOfl1 per call 3c RANITBWARB AT nuR Q1iT II LwTcnii save you 1ONEYOil FOUH Conic aiic1 be Co1i1lee1V Jr Jr BasIey CO PIIOlJf 107 Next door RIciluloltIl Natioiinl UUllk j 545IC1s+ JENNESSMILLER oJ U t n X i l iP OXFORDS J i I fARE HER E IfFineiy iiitttlcifsoft ELVEl A kid on strictly hygienic anti anatoilEdeal I111ChJcnS Mlej ale the most cotllfoItt11elilld fliOt perfect fitting xfol H yelcvised OrWom n wear irr rrLiKE TliEFAMOU icfftt en vv JENNESS MIIER SHOES 7 ij ThEY FIT TIlE FFETlsA Jr f INTENDED r 1l All WOHIPn tll welt J nllts MileL1Ofoldp1 with Lime aaurance o i1jOyiI1iral5olutcJtLcOinfortj Only to be hajQ JJgJtl bty 1 l 0DOUGLASkIGHTCO u i c 207 WESJMnTW T1bTRTCI1IOND KY 4 t i c r + I 0 f I 0 c i JI t i dj J It r 1 ff Twwmvjtt J t 1J a J II I I J i3Our6oods J t prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial f fltilli1J g mJ mta iJ ffi 1f illIDIDmJJ IP1fumn The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la youIthe latest uptodate 1 goods Is that what you f want If so trade with it f frVVhIteAND Gibson1- t u CURES DR CALDWELLSN V1H1HoshaICo1Commission Merchants tIu Hg ad hcp UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 734G- CQTAll information regarding live Block cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly tDROPSY CURED with Ticetablr Km lifK Uu cured many thousand canes rnlttahowlei In ten OAI siien i iwoinim nr an wrrnpomi remoT trcatmpnUrNDR +++CALL AT + + + 11 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssPhone 3 Second St I iRIcmwoxD KY i I J PUJM 4I4I Us Ufl and Whiskey Fetlti cured at home with partlcuDRSM LET ice North fryer St W rJ Z 0 i2ooaci i tj fl IZie9DIt u 00 IrI ce Cog 8 cW1I poC OoOoo 0d I1 1 1CI0 = It gggggggg Juuuuuuuuoo t t z1 1 tjtJtvj 0 11 Iwit 2 0aI aBBasSBB ttt I p 1o w- Wtlg8g S Jt BBaB DR CALDWELL PEPSIp N Wheeler 8 Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motion and lill Bail Bearings twHocncST EVER For sale by Blue Grass Furniture Co Rkoiid ICy i jt r 7 J n n n An Excellent Combination The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy Srnur OF FIGS manufactured by th CAUFOIIHIA FIG SYRUP Co Illustrate the value of the liquid laxa tire principles of known to be presentingthemtaste and acceptable to the system Itis the one perfect strengthening laxa effectuallydispelling gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome constipation permanently Its freedom from every objectionable quality and sub kidneysliveror irritating them make it the ideal In the process of manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal qualities of the remedy arc obtained from senna and methodknownCo In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAX 7BAXTCIBCO CAt fForJau5ly EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVE- NTIONIndianapolis ItidS JULY 20231899 Only One Fare Round Trip Except that from points within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and One third Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar VIA BIG FOUR Tickets will be on sale from all points Jnly 192021 From points within 75 miles or Indianapolis on July 19 20 22 and 23 1893 Returning tickets will be to leave Indianapolis to July 21th with a proviso that if tickets are deposited with Joint agent at Indianapolis not later than July 21th and pay ment of fee of cents at the time of IndianapolistFor full Information regarding tickets rates and rortes and time of trains call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned J E REEVES WARREN J LYNCH Gen AgWCincinnati Ohio EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCYJ relIablewhetliewhalebonewhat may on the road his wagon never thefineltwnys and rubberHred hncrcira in Rich inoud JOHN DONELSON propr Kentucky Carriage Works 135 ECONOMIST RANGES p J 4 I 3 Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LVE MITH i REGENERO I I 7 IEDYt4 unblor tjuUklrXTilir mr of HEi IlVISIin Voting men will eo recoyci1erWpaktltalnly FniUilon IxM Brain and JlnxcnUr power Deeponucrior KJUU rxcea nml Indiscretion which nuflttn RECFE1tOcSfltOflCtflt13 1hrmtIYnTonlClotboworldcorestores lurlrtrnilnrlirrkii Intstllpon hating KEENEKOrttii In reI pocket snaIl 0199 per refuddrCUTInu cIrFOliroreist- septZIly kLAAA SO YEARS EXPERIENCE It TRADE MARK I DESIGNS CAnyoneanluentIOnUouaatrlctlroul entIIIL Handbook souL rntatyeeiat notlfc without churee In the ksftfk BrkaL elrcultJonrear fournonthg2 eoldbyallnewMraieni lCe ylJ IItW zrr r iiLTJ Berts Yttr knct- See Kxlrwrthwrjr Men by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred new anbEcribers by the first of thenew year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements wjll be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Week 1y Lpuisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM ADOPTED BY THE CONVENTION AT LOUIS VILLE LAST SATURDAY The Democrats of Kentucky in con vention assembled reaffirm without the slightest qualification the principles and policies declared in tne Democratic platform adopted at Chicago in 1800 Our faith in bimetallism is vindicated by events Tile necessity for the restoration of the douhle standard was acknowledged by tho President and Congress in 1807 when a commission was sent to Europe to entreat other nations to aid in establishing bimetal lism and the failure of the commission to secure European cooperation con firms the friends of free coinage in their belief that relief can only come by tile independent action of the United States The present legal ratio of 16 to 1 is the only ratio at which bi metallism can be restored and opposition to it is confined to those who oppose bimetallism at any ratio and to those who misapprehend or ignore the rea sonswhich led three national conven tions to adopt it We denounce the present Republican national administration for its reckless extravagance in the conduct of Taffairslect it its treatment of our soldiers and sailors during the Into Spanish war for its complete subordination to the interest of organized wealth for its protection and encouragement of trusts and combinations and for sitsof an attorney general devoted to the interests of trusts and combinations AVe call attention to the incompetency of the present Republican administra tion in Kentucky to the abuses and scandals in the management of peni tentiaries and asylums while under htilebly of Kentucky in the enactment of laws which secure tile wise and econo mical administration of the peniten tiaries and other public institutions of the State under Democratic control to the Ithetion favorable to the interests of the people and hostile to the oppressions and extortions of organized wealth We believe the trust is the result in large measure of the politics adopted and pursued by the Republican party chief among which are the demoneti zation of silver by which the volume of currency has been kept below the demands of business and the enact ment and enforcement of vicious un wise and unpatriotic legislation such as the protective tariff laws known as the McKiiiley and Dingley bills whereby there is a discrimination in favor of corporate wealth and against individ ual enterprise We favor the destruc tion of the result as well as the removal of the causes The reestabjsh ment of independent bimetallism at 1C to 1 and the repeal of all protective tar iff laws would do more to cripple and destroy the organization and operation of the trust than any other laws We believe the law in Kentucky kqownaa the antitrust law should be so amended as to make unlawful any agreement combination or arrange ment by corporations or individuals under which in the carrying on of any business the prices charged shout thereby be fixed controlled or regulat ed And we believe that the law should be further so amended as to provide that all contracts made by any combination generally known as a trust in any kind of business shall be coil and not enforcible as to such trust or combination and we especially demand that all trust controlled articles be placed on the free list We hereby express our continued confidence in Wm Jennings Bryan and favor his nomination for the Presidency of the United States by the Democratic national convention of 1000 We recommend to the Democracy d Kentucky J C S Blackburn as the No Lady Would Do Such a Thing No lady would take her watch when Out order to the first person who displayed the sign Regulated carefullyenquire thedelicateHow much more careful should a disorlerdedcomplex mechanism of her being to the disp1i1sthesign MedicalAdvice rhyIsicianSIgnreads instantlrmr dtthWomanIsgivemedical advicegivendangerous as if gives by an unskilled man lainviting sick and ailing woman to chargeDrpractice of over thirty yom devoted womenInsuccessfhiywomen All correspondence is treated confidentialplainnvcIQpeswith withoutfear ai4szica1 t Does the I Baby ThriveI- f i not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nour ish itshe needs SCOTIS EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial rood then it requires ScottS Emulsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired A effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Should be taken In summer as well as winterJsoc and 100 SCOT IIOWNE chemists New York t successor of Win Lindsay in the United States Senate We endorse the war carried to success- orf the free oul of the enslaved Cubans and we appreciate and honor the courage and heroism of our soldiers and sailors therein engaged but we declare the conduct of the present national ad ministration as to the Philippines to be repugnant to every line of the bill Tif rights the constitution and the declar ation or independence In the matter of State affairs the platform indorses the election law passed by the last Legislature known a bsprevent extortionate unfair and ella c trlminatingtation companies both of which were passed over Gov Bradloys veto The law to insure competition In the sale of schools books is also indorsed Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob lire of joy Buckens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry ii Druggests 6 A CANNON SHOT Dissolves a Tornado and Saves an Oklahoma Town A welldefined tornado passed over Oklahoma and would proba lily have blown away the town of Hen nessey had not a large cannon been discharged into it The cannon was discharged into the funnelshaped cloud when it was within fifty yards or more of the town The cloud im mediately dissojved This was the second tornado which as passed near Hennessery this sum mer and been burst bv firing a cannon The citizens recently purchased four largo guns and placed one in each quarter of the town A man is hired to watch the cannon and when a tor nado comes along he is to load and fire n this way no tornado can blow away the town the inhabitants assert John R Hoades is the inventor of this scheme lIe has arranged to put can nous around several other waster- ntowusEx BOB TAYLOR TO BACHELORS My Dear Old Solitary Who mends your socks Do you sew on your own buttons How long does it take you to thread the needle Why dont you brush the cobwebs out of your souls and straighten up and geta good wife to do all these things for you What pleasure do you find in this world without a partner It is not good that a man should live alone The world owes you a rib and you ought to have your old ribs cracked if you dont collect the debt Why dont you rig up your matrimonial tackle old boy and go angling for a frau Your old pantaloons look mighty lonesome hanging therein that old dusty wardrobe without some calico 1o keep them company Your room is a poor paradise without a fair Eve to adorn it I know what is the matter with you you are afraid of grocery bills and dry goods bills and doctors bills and curtain lectures and the overthrow of your independence and freedom of speech or else you are afraid to pop the question and thus lose a golden opportunity by simply looking at her and grinning like a basketful of possum heads Story of a Slave yearlbyform of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bell alone After using two bottles of Elec trIll Bitters she is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female dis eases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache faint ing and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only CO cents Sold by Perry h Thomas Druggists 0 TIlER is one doorkeeper on guard to whom 10 to 1 must embrace the golden rule the ten commandments and ev erything else that is for the good of mankind and to whom William Jennings Bryan is the greatest that ever has been is or wilt be This door keeper was holding one of the side ports when Mr John 1k Chenault a candidate for Auditor came up Mr Chenault in the excitement bait10flt his badge lie was in a hurry tio get inside before they should springfioiiie thing I Cant pass without aba dg c growled Qerebua Out Im a candidate said Mr Chenault Now lopky here said the doorkeeper surveying the candidate froiii head to foot jis if to determine jusV how small specimen he was them aint but one man by on tho whole earth that can pass this herQ door without a badge Well whos that asked Mr Chen ault v fiWilliam shouted the doorkeeperi 1 However a friend who had influence came up and introducedvMr Chenault to the doorkeeper with the result that tile casdidsUL sooa fouml himself ih IUIJrtftlary County Court lays Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Mon dayDanville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third MondayWinchester Clark couuty fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday Big Times at Stanford Judging from the following item in the Lincoln Democrat the people over there are going to elevate hades and shove a log under It Stanford proposes to celebrate the 4th of July this year in a manner AP- propriate to the day It is proposed to have a procession with traction and fire engines hook and ladder companiesI belts ringing whistles with different business houses represented hrass bands a choir of JOQ voices patriotic speeches balloon as- ensious bicycle races fire workr apanese lanterns etc Look out for the mammoth posters Everything tree The tool killer mopes by his cave in the glen all the live long day and night which his victims throng ju the haunts of men pnd flourish and thrive- ni their might The fellow who croaks at another mans jokes and laughs in a hilarious tone at every mistake will simmer and bake when the fool killer garners his own The man who talks politics ont in the rain and works for the partys own good who yells himself hoarse for sonic other maQ gain and let his wife split her own wood the men who despise the man who allies himself to the wrong partys throne will try in the laze in halcyon days when the fool killer garners his own The man who ries hard to show oft his shapethe brainless insipid galoon who goes to a picnic and puts on a capo for a bonnet and tries to look cute will meet a sad doom in the gathering gloom and the world will not sigh at his moan when he feels the kerwliack on the small of his back and the fool killer garners his own Powhattan Post THE PASSING OF PROTECTION TNew Y6rk World When Andrew Cornegie declared lour years ago that the making of steel in this country was no longer an infant industry in need ol extrava gant protection ho was denounced as a traitor to his party He proceeded to demonstrate that bespoke the truth by taking contracts for steel mils in Russia in competition with British and German manufacturers And this year the American makers of stool rails structural steel machinery add various other products of iron have not only underbid Euro pean contractors on their own ground but in China Japan and other remote markets Now comes Mr Ifavemeyer Presi dent of the Sugar Trust with his testimony that the mother of all trusts is the customs tariff bill and his blunt declaration that There probably is not an Industry that requires a protection of more than 10 per cent ad valorem and it is to obtain what is provided over such percentage in the lanA that leads to the formation of what are commonly spoken of as trusts The enormous growth during the past year of our exports of manufactured products all highly protected proves the absurdity as well as the In- Justice of the McKinleyDingloy CO per cent tariff while the extraordinary multiplication of trusts attests the truth of Mr Havemeyers statement The Democrats in the campaign of next year will not be so afraid of the high tariff issues as they appeared to be in 1800 WHY NOT The friends ofa well known rich contractor and Democratic politician at Washington prfess to be astound edat the news of his marriage to a handsome typewriter girl employed in one of the fashionable hotels at the capital Ou time day before this news came fashionable society in an other southern city was shocked and surprised at learning of the marriage ol a rich man ufacturer oi Iifgh social standing to a beautiful flower girl who lint stolen his jicart while soiling him boutonnieresIn cases the natural ques tion of a freeborn American is why not Is not the selling of flowers as honest and respectable a business for a woman as the making of nails isfor a man And is not a young woman who has proven equal to sustaining herself and her character in a public correspondence office quite like to be both blightenougil and good enough for any contractor however rich No man whatever his station or however much money ho has madesloops In marrying an intelligent virtuous and loving American girl who has had sufficient capacity and selfrespect to earn an honest living New York World Out in Kansas lives a happy wife She writes II I have used Mothers Friend before two confinements The last time I had twins mid was in labor only a few min utes Suffered very little The reason why Mothers Friend does expectant mothers so much good is because itis tn external liniment to be applied upon the outside where beiccontact w InvolvedMorning anayTheLelfConfinementpain Recovery is quick and sure Best ttcbobornmother and when tie little one comes t will be strong lusty rind healthy Brttitsts tcH potters Ftieai fzrt o bottl Send forcrfree boolron the subjtct linuir tllctrtcd THE XRADFIELD fcfiGULATMt CO LMT OA s1r r cr ALl WOMEN ShonIdknol that the Oll TUne Remedy Is the best for Fornale Corrects nU Irregularities In Female Organs Should be taken Inc Chl1 life and before CbIfIIrthF- laattTS ou Tlrl ItC1C3 lavo stood the test for twenty years Mada only by New ipWrr Uodlctn Co Chat trr r1 uewP Perry Thomas druggists successors to W G White dec1l1yr All druggists sell Dr MlI08 Nerve Plasters 4i aaz a a a i PLEASE TRYIt f ff OANDY CATHARTIC 10c 25 SOc 4 4 j e e S S S r eq p p S S aaS S SSS SS P C Ring out the old RIng in tho new Ring out tho false Ring in the true We 3g to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coug hworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out i the causeof that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c SOc and 100 Sizes GETIPineTarHoeyinwpafe nun trongIIxs 1L A HetcUe- FEducaaKr For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W O White Pittsourg Central Stock Idluo EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest o Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Balti moreK Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Manager may313m Sell Your ffidesAND YOUR Seed Potatoes at Thurmans pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth- THTJAMAN GROCERY Co COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY Theyre the best L o Thats why you want to seethem before you buy Wo mean 4our A1 insurance i- fGasoline IStovef s FOUND ONLY AT THE c f Cash Hardware Store of if DOUGLAS SIMMONS fe rg Screen Doors Water Coolers tRefrigerators ChampuM Bin ders and Mowers Hay Rakes Binder Twine Etc jmnhllY i = j o rn J 71 r i i SEND NO MONEY 010114outu4s4Io lu Ii MISS11bIPROPil can IUS your nearest lrlcV depot 154 ir ronue pff1t17 MiiutnrT exftcur repreaeti- nr l BWUM Ikf r oil II lift IW100 sdGlutEn BirOllI TIB Or MJ rrthkiwrai Our Special Offer 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largeSWRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION TODAY 5 COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO 5apr263m CLEVELAND OHIO mjuthnnjannnnjtnjrnrjmnjTrui ==== 4 sssaaesM SSSSSSSS SSAI a e w t I Q r CASHST0 R E 0 o ooSeI e On and after January 1st 1899 our terms will bes i SPOT CASMS We nave attempted to run our business by col lectlng our accounts the first of each month 1 but have been unable to collect them all promptly We are therefore compelled tolfor CASH that we may pay cash Joron goods ma and will endeavor to make it to the interest of e the trade to do business with ItsYe have n e nice line 0Iii tls and 3Tancy Groceries Quoaswars and Glassware c Give us a 1 call examine our stock and get prices o jiFGoods exchanged for country produce J m HIGGINSELLIS 11 I 1 WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY S Slsms sss sssesesssses- J I 1 HY SuFFER KGONY i it When DONS COMPLETE PILE OURSiq giarumnt d to curt you liis tho discovery of aa eminent tJjid1p Ii lnpTho t r Ins cured thousands and will cure ni 4 JIH T rf AyiLCOXiroininfcrcr nhnf1pMikitill Cillulchicfo f iiie Gbat t1I0fl ii 5 ic0rkni u j 4 years cf wiffcrfng JJOSS tILE t rMK4NriVasjrcc iinticnilcn to nto Thciisc of cne Jm tITectcd a r Iv limtarilv give thlt statement hoping tfvfj r iiief Tjngins wonderful nmedr lo the att iIrtieL Lt4 fcring with fPricecIJ DON CHEMICAL COrA JW I i CI UTAPWOQA TEN yS i hZO If AlPA I I 4 i 1itta 7 fr o J