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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 5, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899070501_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 5, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX, " - t. 4 - - VOLUME 26. "GOOD NIGHT, OLD WORLD." ' I I RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 1 WEDNESDAY, JULY 5. 1899. sfcrt,. NUMBER 5. 4 . Seatveky Pair Sates. For Rent! office t t t t $ NOTED YELLOW FEVER EXPERT SENDS BULLET THROUGH HIS BRAIN. A The Act, Deliberate and Premeditated, Caused by. Supposed tnapprecialion of His 'Labors. Dr. Thomas Osmond Summers, late Major Surgeon in charge of fever hos- PVtl OLD GLORY. VA I oti ema powot Baking Powder !Tv7 T0EE FASE1CNS. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome co.. Ktw you. rooms over las & Sirainons hardware store. Main St. IIIOUUIII CUI1VUU Choice of three good W pital at Santiago, and n noted yellow Doug- - eight-roo- m Willi Also verv desirable residence, r., i ienees. GRIGGSBY & KDNCEY. fever expert, committed suicide by shooting; himself through the hend here this evcriinr. Despondency caused by fancied lack or appreciation of his ser & vices by the Government during; the v: Spauirdi war is ns the cauue for the rash act Several letters written by Dr. Summers a short time before his death were found. Ouo letlPr was addressed to his wife, another to Dr. W. J.Donohoe, of this city. ihhI there was a note to the public which read ns follows: "This pictol belongs to M. Wicke, Jeweler, corner Eleventh and Franklin avenue. Please return with mv thanks. On a letter head of tho St. Louis Col lege of Physicians ami Surgeons was written a poem. It is as follows : Good-night, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "Summers." ArrOENSTS. PKKDIUI VITUM VALE MUSDOM. R. W. MILLER. old world good-by- e o all your joys, Attorney-at-LaYour sorrows, pleasures, passions, pomps and Khstdckt. noise. Office in the niirnam Building, next door to I leave you tor the eternal silence if the stars; feb3-l- y . armtr'a National Dank. The deafness of unbounded space, where bars No longer hold the soul in durance vile; Where naught can wound and nothing can defile; Where the pure spirit shall despise the things The sense on earth hath loved. Attorseya On wings bathed in the ther of eternity KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, now sweet to icei from every passion tree And yet it is an awful leap to take! OITk'b ovit Taylor's Hnnlwnre More, opInto the great unknown perchance to wake posite Court l'loiip, on Main Street. To greater woes, Indeed, than those we have, And hoped to bury in the silent grave. H. B. HOGG, But still the great majority Is there. ATTORNEY AT LA W. Why should we, turn pale with fear. Kentucky. Or tremble whenthen,hour supreme has come, llirtiMosn, the Ollice No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 As soon or late it must? Man's final home The grave at least gives rest from troubles J. C. & D. M. CIIENAULT, herei ATTORNEYS' A T LAW, And we may hope for sweet obliviqn there. Kkvtucky. Then Charon, come, I signal thee Richmond, Come row me, o'er the Styx, I've lost life's Olfice on Second Btreet, over Chen-atilt'- x fight. Osmond. grocery. On the reverse side of J, PSTSICXAITS. DHS GIBSON, & Richmond, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ... GIBSON, Kentucky. Office in the Joe ("cilir.i building, iS and 10 Sec17- ond Street, over Wmte .old drugstore. CIIAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. -- OfHce up atalrs, over store recently aecu- by Richmond Harness Co., East Main St apr7-l- y tichmnnd, Ky. II. C. Ollice Telephone Medicine and Surgery. l'rather Ruildinu, Main Street. at resilience ----- JASPER, M. D (the Carr place) on UroHdway. Richmond, Kentucky. D., G. W. EVANS, M Physician and Sukguon, Kentucky. Rk iimokd. DM. T. J.TAYLOK, Richmond, E Democrat quotes a man was trying to arrange for a visit from Hon. William Jenand residence on Second Street. nings Bryan in October. It is believed DENTAL SUXiaSRY. dint Mr. Brvan can be induced to come to Danville from Richmond, and meet here the people of Doyle, Lincoln, Garand other counties. rard, Mercer PKNTIbT, Tho scheme is a great one and should OP LorjfSVILI.R. KT. have the help of everybody hi the OrHce neit door to Government Itiilldlng, cohimuniitv. to 1 to 4. hioSnd, Ky. Office hours I'rarlUioner in Medicine and S'irgcry, ... the sheet on which the poem was written appeared: "And yet it is an awful leap to take into the treat unknown." Tho letter to his wife follows: "June 18, 1899 My Darling Wife. I have reached this point where Azonel'a thread is all that is left to me. I feel well assured that 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 palmer-day- s of my life, and let the mantel of your charity cover those faults which were more infirmities than sins, engendered in despondency and cultivated by disappointment. I send the bullet throug'i my brain instead of my heart that you may know-it- s last throes beat for you and the ones I leave w ith such ineffable sorrow. Good bye. Osmond." The letter to Dr. Donohoe was sealed. It will be delivered to morrow. There were other letters referring to the suicide, but Dr. Spam, who accom-pani- d the corpse to the morgue, and his companions obiected to their being ttiven out for publication, and the Sergeant locked the letters up. Ex. Bryan. The-Lincol- Kentucky as saying lhat he -- 12-- "0M7-l- y 7 Q1. FRED SMITH. DEN. 1ST. y A True Estimate. npwopaper whoso columns over- flow with advertisements of business ofllce men has more influoiico in attracting over Collins Grocery, aamo latelvorciipicd hr nr. W. W nurcin. JanK-lattention to the building up of a city or town than any other agency that can ie 'tuplied. People go where there IJ. Dr. is Capital ami labor will lo cate where there is an enterprising No power is to strong to No. Sia West Ninth htreet, Cincinnati, Ohio, community. will be at the Hotel Zimmcr, Hichrnond, Ky on build up a town as a newspaper prop WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1899, erly patronized Rev. DeWitt Talmage Louis Landman returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician tI Richmond, Ky. febl6-l- 1MB -- MM Do you get up with SHORT LINE TO New OrleansBest Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. AsIc a vour ticket agent for particulars or write toR H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kv. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. A. II. HANSON, O P. A . Chicago. WM. A. KELLOND. A.O.P.A..LnnisvIlle. tissue Time of Trains d headache? Is there a bad taste in your mouth? Then you have a poor appetite and a weak digestion. You arc frequently dizzy, always feel dull and Vou have cold drowsy. hands and feet. You get but little benefit from your food. You have no ambition to work and the sharp pains of neuralgia dart through your body. What is the cause of all this trouble? Constipated bowels. Ohio H&ilwq. Ky. at Winchester, WEST BOUND. Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom .... Eastern Express for Louisville Morehcad and Lexington Accom . ... New York Limited F. F. V .. EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Acco- mNew York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom Washington Express d&V 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 pm AUCfS 9 -- 11 58 am 6 30 pm 9 23 pm 15 am mn ri.llv sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K.. jiuuu. Agcm .Li.aa.Hy., cauonorwnie lucnroona, ny. or OEOROE W. BAENEY, D 0.A.C.& O. Ky., Lexington, Ky. Accommodation trains run daily except Sfln- - fltltr train through PILLS will give you prompt reljef CCST Or? THEM ALL II ana ccnain cure. JTaep Yoht Bta&tl furs. If you have neglected your c'ase a long time, you had better take also. It will remove all impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. Writ Me BtftBT. There may lo something about roar cat" ruu do not quite under- U,nd. Writs tlie doctor frwlj; tt Mm now yon are uuerjnK. urn will promptly rweie ,tli Vet sandl! hriviA. AltdrpI. Max, Dr. J. C. Afer.LowelL tLfPPlNCOTTTS I 'Ml' h 4 ciitertuinbi; reudliig Xo rnn'tnvrrZ fnW-- . r every houieliold. Snb-- t li shrtu'd t3 Tini,,.., srj.on it ycur. Aini urnntcd In every town, to whom, tan jaost liberal Inducements win bo offered. X B.iTPKXCOTT cbit?Arr,'43sfc, revel In 'very num. ("ivoo.tiai'tliyur Ukcful matter. fhtrU itw s p(o:mUo to iot rruiltra. CJer com! a "C'J ' i,t PHILADELPHIA. Most of the white and light duck d ns. skirts have insets of lace or needleGerinaulown, August 234 days. work insertion. Broadhead, August 23 1 days. vt A dainty gown may be mryde of Mielbx ville, Augusr23 3 dnys. pale gray lawn, trimmed with black Springfield; August 233 days; heucoicmovcithoEtriclUiC permanently. BEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.(INCJCHICAC0,ILL lace, aud brighteued by ribbons of the lanitown, August 295 days 1 cm never return. No pain, no ruffer-in(Sun, Q.tbuck C. ar UunDlalr relllblo. drtiTuion luMne I'y nnr color most becoming to the wearer. LaGrange. August 303 days. apr5-6ineilioJ. TIiosexuLlorgnnFiirrrtreugth-i-nci- . T"" nerves orn invigorated, and Cerise is as much favored as ever, Florence, August 003 dayn. tlio Mi j c manhood return. this Summer, and combines well with Klizabeihtown, September 5- -4 days, most neutral tints. l'owling Ureen.Sepiember 13- -4 das. cf vnnnir and luMdle need Suitable shoes should be provided Glasgow, September 204 days. nii-Tiro liiw:g thtir Hnual vigur und for children, no matter if economy has Guthrie, September 27 1 days. ltaniy continually rapped Ly ihm li5- firqucntly uucniifcious ois. Auey othese to be practised in other branches ol Horse Cave, Septembor 274 days. f thocau oiu rymiituras. General llijcliar-- r. Fnil- iVcakncs.. I their attire. Best & Co. are selling Owf nsboro, October days. 1 iff Manhood, NervnuyneM, loor illem-or- r, hundreds of pairs of their shapely tanIrritability-n- t time Smarting Sen- Kittm. funken j.ycs. with dark circle?. ned goat and Russia calf shoes made on delaid Weak lliek, Uenrnil l)eprcsinn. Lack In all the new. rich dark f Ambition, Varicocele. Mirnnken special lasts with broad leather extenPart, itc. tiLEKl' an I bTniLTl'ttK CORRESPONDENCE. colorings, special designs. sion soles. tuaybailiocnu-c- . family Morris Ghair is Don't Favorits. loctiitr, in they hivo 111 experience in A lot of furbelows may bo added these rpceijl discard ilon t allow Quack t eviicriutcat on y n. Contult UNION CITY the parasol of ultra style. Silk para o made a lifortnily of sols of all colors are thickly spotted ami Women. OnrKW MKrilO!) X.tUAiJlKXr wi.l posiwith white. tively euro y.iu. Una thoufaml dollar Mr. John Reeves is still on the sick for n cafo wo nccept far and Necklaces which are pretty and com list. c Tv:mn raudcrato f rjienre. paratively inexpensive, are of gold On up in price to the fino Pressed Maupin visited Ids parents Mr. T. K. CURES GUARANTEED wire all with coral, turquoise. at I his place Sunday. disTapers. No use to waste your Wo t nml TMlRRrfWR moonstones or opals. They are pretty . VXKIC'irF.l.H. SYl'HILtS. Miss Uazil Hnckett, of Red House, is valuable time looking at Miiall either forj-oungirls, or for matrons SriUCTUIlK, IMI'OTKXCY. SEritKT visiting Miss Gertie Todd. lilt UN'S l'NNATURAT. with dainty necks. sample books of old 6tyle job US.KIIiNTKVnmlI!LMiliF.RUieai"f. Mr. W. D. Dunn, Who has been quite fONSl'I.TATIOX FRKK. HOOKS Taffetas parasols may bo veiled ef papers. AVe have a number of Frost-nippe- d FUKK If unabln to call, wrltn for fectively with black or white mousse-iu- e sic"k, is able to e out again. u)IIKKTTnj BLANK for HOME experienced Paper Hangers. TREATMENT. de sole. Miss Katie Green, of Richmond, is DKS. The white dress is certainly havina visiting fiiemls and relatives here. iife its innings this Summer! It appears in Mr. Robert Turley, oK Richmond, such an infinity of materials and spent Sunday with Mr. Geo. NoIand,Jr. 122 W. FOURTH STREET, models as to bewilder the average CINCINNATI, O. Miss Mucuie Broaddus, of Moberley Bismarck's Iron Nerve man, who does not know whether it i6 is for hanging tlinu those who cut up visiting her couisiu, Mits Mary Was the result ot his splended health. the gown or the girl thnt he is most in and otherwise destroy your paper. Indomitable will tremendous energy love with. Miss, Belle Lykins, of Wnco, spent are not found where Stomach, Liver, Some sleeves are very tight, and Kidneys and Dowels are out of order. intervals with insertion, from wrist to Wednesday and Tuesday with Miss If you want these qualities and the shoulder. wi kJ Evlyn Cable. Luzie East. HEIGHT PREPAID. success they bring, use Dr. King's Mr. Ttic'iard Scudder, who has been New Life Pills. They develop every attending college at Georgetown has reForthisftyte A Popular 'Wedo.iarjf Trip. new higb power of brain and body. Only 25s at turned home. jrounted on Spring Hollers, fixarm sewmpr 6 Perry & Thomas, drug store. clinewith If you want a delightful wedding Mrs, Zerelda Berry has returned tures complete, ready to hang, r ttnch trip where you are not likely to meet home after a three weeks visit with wents war Big Purses at Richmond Fair. from 10c on up in price. ranted loxears. If acquaintances, take one of the D. & C. relatives here. machine n not The Madison County Fair Association new steel in to days passenger steamers to the Mr. J. W. Monis. of Georgetown, was j wonry will be rc- opens the following purses, to close July HBO. WIL15IS5, Island of Cool Breezes. Stateroomsand the guestof his best girl, Miss Mattie 12, to be trotted during their Annual with o rd e r. Pe- Parlors reserved thirty days in advance Ferrell, last Sunday. Rscriptive circular Meeting, August -1: on applica end two cent stamp for illustrated 203 ir. mux mm. Mr. J. D. Hamilton has been in tion. the hankers' stake $1,000, pamphlet. Addrass, A. A. Schantz, Kirksville WHAYNE M'K'O in.. KY. for the past few dajs atRICHMOND, KY. LOUlSVIL. L. Offered by four Banks of Richmond, for a. r.A., 1). &. C, Detroit, Mich. C6C FOURTH AVE.. tending a Masonic meeting. Wall Paper, Window Shades. Paints, Oils, mch22-6saddle stallion, mare or gelding, any may3l-t- f Glass, etc , stock the largest, prices always Mr. W. O. Parrish, of Winchester, the lowest. age, of which $200 is reserved for con vintcd iiis cousin. Miss Mattie Ferrell, The Black Diamond. solation. Only horses that show in Col. Albert E. Boone, the man who at this place, Wednesday last. Bankers' Stake and take no part of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baldwin spent money will be allowed to compete in is known In the South and West as prostii'ai Niat4 ti4t4wilh 1.H, mm4 ilUJ J tfeU&SIT AtlTKU AKM HIH PAKLUH IlttbAl, by.ITiklhtC. U. l.,lBLJttconsolation. Five per cent to uuuiiuate "the railroad pathfinder," is at the Saturday and Sunday with the hitters H at your laatr.. Yout cn examine reprrpenUA,nearest f reUht cej ot, etyualtoonran. tnat if and 5 per cent additional from motley Grand. Colonel Boone is the head and mother, Mrs. Muggie Noland. iiln.ii esHutiy s ilnt i.,M) to too. OO. thepreAtetaluoyoueversawiuia liiVJi" Aii?i 1Z" J ffYIlf by otliers at more money, iiy tfuan winners. Money divided 60, , 10 and front of the new Black Diamond sysForest, the infant son of Mr. and VO duyJ offer price, 53i75f apeut our pelal (ttiht 0,or 1 10.13, and tirlphtcharses. 10 per cent. No additional entrance tem project, tuvti which embraces 134 Mrs. Charley Eades, has been quite .75 IS O'Jrl SPECIAL 90 -DAYS' PRICE will be charged for consolation, and o miles of road, most of which has been sicn for the past week, but is improvprice clears . wtjm. rurh bh otTer wra nercr made befure. per cent will oul be deducted from surveyed. The main line extends from ing. E 'ACME QUEEN isonaof tneiaeiuiRAfcU:A.ii3nicirxST ou From the IlltutrMioii ttowii. which lirat division ($800) oi fast show and 6 Columbus, Ohio, to Port Royal, on the The Sunday school will celebrate photcvTarh,yon can icrni some laeaoi its diiectfroms , n. I A l l' J. M t.iiui apparl)te. .ltrue irm ici.r ijvuiricr aurtca per cent only deducted from ($200) con- - Atlantic. The enterprise has been Children's Day on the first Sunday ..at i.i fin tuitspdsonifly dtcorate.l durnamented. t tit'J.tTic. TUK C3ltillW!sflfeetjiiicieshf'ih. eolation. Suould the Bbovc stake fail taken up by an English syndicate, and night in July. All are cordially invit.l:ilr inj, tj tnclies Widn ana weipns jw PrlBflpn ionfolluwa: lUfWti. to till reasonably well, right reserved to the woik of building, lie states, will be ed to attend. fiTft It ftun. Crrnvis. Bn Caiylor lrti-- . tite, fell. IHMli,Frt ami Tox ManM t OcU t'oapnL, tp rr, declare oil. Entrance money refunded. begun early in the autumn. The line I Crawl Oru Srv I, 4 TbM Miss Mattie Ferrell, who for the past (ttt intl: Vttlly Kwi, 1 Set oi 17 U Ortb ()fitttxtta Itules of National Saddle Horsi Breed-er- a' extends through the richest coal fields ta'rrSnTlr J I harauBf BrLUtat tnrr Swrt t mt t six mouths has been clerking in the Ht.rliHnil9SBiMkDli.alierl. Celrtte f2t 1 1 govern. of Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and InAssociation to fi ri.laPriBcipal Ur l. T1IK ACU22 QLXE.N ac-- n Busy Bee Casli Store at Georgetown consist f thecelebratedSweil hed,hlch are only For other rings for Saddle and Harness diana. It is designed to be strictly a hi the hipnext prade lnut rumen ti fitted with Him-has returned home. . riao dci3 iwire reit. m ipiri Horses, see catalogue. coal road. By way of explaining why ix ii f6fj DAY PHONE 23. her?, etc., beUows of the best rubber cloth, pleasant visit with friends eat itocfe and finest leather In vahes. 111K wiloTi the Britishers invested their capital in Altera W;l NtGHT PHONE 23. TROTS. CMK il I KEN Is furnlidied with a loiu b tied and relatives here, Mrs. Nannie Adams Dlare Kreiir-- mirror, nickel triateri redal frames. it he said: Improvement. Tit famUh trr a ndmodern 15 Class, $400 . . . 2:18 Class, &00 has returnecHo her home at Lexington, and e? err iImI mad Ik besl tfu hutracCloa baok pablUaed. artia "In 50 years England will bo out of - 2:33ICiaN3, $401) 27 Class, $400 GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. SUtSX1" coal. This is a clearly demonstrated accompanied by her grand daughter, guarantee, by 2:22 Class, $400 . . . 3:0J Class, 400 lue a written binrtlnp SVycarii any part kitcs the term and conditions of men oui fact. Fuel will have to be brought to Mrs. Nellie Brooke we repair It free rchorrc. Try one month and Class, $300. are Rev. Ecton filled his regular appoint- we will refund your mono it you it not perfectly the island from some other country, REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES iatl4tiett 600 of these orpans tll be sold at eX1.7S. It. B. Terrill Purse for Yearlings, 150. All Wort Guaranteed. A SPECIALTY. and, in looking about to provide for the ment at the Baptist church Saturday 01tli;iC AT ONCJIX lONT IELAY. PACES. Sunday and favored us with an OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED Hare f ltnre, the Black Diamond system wrs and ,i. not dealt with us ask your neiphbor about us. write 2:24 Class, $300 looked into by experts sent hare from 17 Claas, $300 . . . tha nulillfiher xtra talk. - The large audiauce that ttintr rtr Pnrnof thli Tianrror Mrtronolitan Ntlnnn.l Vvphanu-- P. nlr Viv Vork . nr nv railroad Of eXDreSS r.TfhiinL' Knt. HiLnlr. r?hljatrn np Class. $200 London. They concluded that it was 1 steiied to Brother Ectou's talk on company in Chi capo. We araplial r wrtlOO.iHio.oo, occupy entire one of the larpet business blockfin 2:30 Class, f30U - . . In our own buildinp. WK tttLU HRCAS AT SSS.00 m4 apt PIASOS, siis.iw Chcapo, and employ nearly Catalagues will be issued in ten days exactly what they wero looking for Temperaiicecanuot regret being pre.-eu- t. mmi apt also everythlnp In mnlcal Instruments at lowest wholesale prices. Write for free special organ, piano (Stars, Uaebaek A Co ars thsraaghlr reliable. fcsiur.) and mnMraJ instrument catalopue. Address, or leas. J. W. Bales, President: S. A. and after thorough investigation into SEARS.ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), Fulton. Oesolaines and Wavman Sts.. CHICAGO. ILL. CT cfc Dcatherage. ihecretary. the feasibility of the route, and the de BOONESBORO posits of coal included in our rights of 2nu Richmond, Ky. Remarkable Rescue. way and, that underlying the contigu Mrs. Michael Curtain, PlaiiiCeld, 111., ous country, they reported in favor of Albert Stevens has started out with makes the statement that she caught the purchase which was made. As a his thrashing machine. (EfS llMllrrMrSLl IMrMrSMirS.' irtil s rrJ cold, which eetl led on her lungs: she was consquence, John Bull has made sure Mr. George Beutly has opened up a treated for a month by her lainily phy- of what may be1 termed tn inexhausti grocery store at this place. sician, but grew worse. He told lior ble coal supply, and the means of tr.um Miss Maggie James is visiting revshe was a hopeless victim of consump portation direct to Liverpool. fron ives In Lexington this week. Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to IS! tion and that no meuiciiie could cure the mines- - It is a big thing for our Jr.c!:sonv:lc daily via tbc Queen zv.d Crescent and Mr Edward John Masters, of Valley her. Her druggist suggested Dr. Iviug's cousins, and not a bail thing for ourmi &ess3WAi connec'in.-- ; lines. Through connections to Tampa, New Discovery for Consumption; siie selves, since it insures to them what View is visiting the family of Mr. SI A".Ia.i or flew Orleans, with fast Steamer Service John James. bought a bottle and to her delight they want, and brines other money to Is right at hand so is the to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and This localitv was blessed with a good found herself benefited from first dose. this side to employ labor, and to add to San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. She continued its Ubu and after taking our circulation." Cincinnati Enquirer. shower Sunday morning, which was 1 .:e Train Service b perver,V much needed. six bottles, found herself sound aud fect in detail. Fast schedwell, now does her own housework A New York woman has found out a Mr John Thomas and family are ules, hours to Jackson- and is well as she every was Free new method for destroying caterpillars visiting Mr. ami Mrs. George Bently at vi-l54 hours mtrial bottles of the Great Discovery at that makes their home iu trees. Blow- Johnson City, Tennessee. Cincinnati to Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors ing a horn or beating a drum benea h Havana. to "W. G. White. Largo bottles 50 cents the trees causes them to loosen their Dispatch from Chicago says Jessie W.O.Raisoii gu:a.. 0 and $1 00. hold and drop to the ground where Porter, chambermaid at Palmer House, mm, they can be killed very easily. This i was shot and fatally wbundet by a man , II CENSUS GUESSES. a simple plan, and the wonder is that it supposed to be William G. rrnwitt, mm has not been found out before. Inseci. who killed himself Winchester DemoW-pis- c mm Population lor 1900 Estimated at Seventyof all kindsare greatly att a ted bv crat says man mentioned was Will Seven Millions. l:ght, and they would sepm to be like Prewitt. a son of 'Squire W. F. Prew-it- t, wise very susceptible to sound. of Clark. Our store is heavily stocked with every article The otlicial guess at the population found in a first-clas- s Hardware Store, such of the United States, according to the as Collars, Hames, Traces, Backhands, etc., twelltti census, is something mute Nails, Wire, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery, etc. tliau 77,000,000 or an increase of about Keep Cool. Don't 15,000,000 in ten years. Dr. i H. Wines, tho assistant director of the Successful competition in any field depends on physical health. i census, sounds u nolo oi warning to Mr. Wm. Buckley, our experienced tin uestions .aW 4 HTTT T A T thoie who look for a population of 80,womans luture ner, is constantly in demand for guttering, l VI I I I I ViSV W7 000,000 or more iu 1000. We have just received si number of Re frig- - V AAIAXXJL. arc constantly " . 1. Tno government actuary, J. S. Mo asked. v m wmte enitors, ice lioxes, nr titer uooiers, rrri We will not be Mm Shall women vote? Shall they practice law? Gov, estimates that tlie population of Mountain Ice Creurn Freezers, Shall they compete with men in every field? Undersold the United tstatts iu June, 1U00, will be hatevcr woman s mission may finally he de M 77,07(5,000. It is now, according to his clared to be. It U certain that something estimate, 70,011,000.. must be aone for her physical health. The most elaborate and seiontillo Ignorance, superstition and mystery surguess at the population has been made round woman's delicate organism. Heroic fi All kinds of Fish- by Dr. H. S. Pritchett, superintendent efforts to endure pain Is part of woman's creed. Many women's lives are a constant alat-- incr Tackle ot the coast and geodetic survey, who to ass. struggle with lassitude; many are violently predicts that the twelfth census will &S .Vi .: , r.i-ii r f.li ti tr rtr ill without apparent cause, and few indeed show a population of 77,472,000. His are in normal health. from a Sun Perch to estimate is 201.000 smaller llun that of This hi all wrong and might bo different CS a Channel Mud Cat. the government actuary. Dr. Pritchett If women would follow Dr. Hartman's adobtains his figures by means of a formu vice. Perhaps the most practical printed Did we ever saj' nmy w . la based upon the growtli of the popu talk to women to be found anywhere is in thing to vou about tl - Wiyjmr . till T It I Dr. Hartman's book called "Health and latinu as shown at the census periods Beauty which the Medicine.Co., the from 1700 to 1800. Columbus, O., will mail free to women TO OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. EXCURSION only. It Is certain that Dr. IlartmanV 'XIV4Z- HIa. M fi? try 1 has proved a perfect boon for women's diseases of the pelvic organs. It The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. has artreats"thcm scientifically and cares them ranged a series of excursion to Old IS permanently. All druggists sell it. -k Point Comfort during the months of rm i" I 'received your book and commenced jk" July, Augmstfand September the use of your medicine at once," writes -These- oxcursions will be run on the Mrs. II. D. Amoss of Greensboro, Ga., to 5 2: 5 " I took five bottles of second and fourth Tuesdays iu rach Dr. Hartman. Well, Ave will see v'U later. Cull' and see us. r sr n $i I feel like a new woman. When I commenced and two of Man-a-limouth. The tickets will be good on taking I could hardly walk across my room; now I am doing my own regular traiu3, aud will be limited to work and caa walk to church. I shall never ccaAe to thank yon for prescrib21 days. The Tate will be $15.00 for ing for me. I had been under the treatment of two doctors but never received A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL anc the round trip. Persons desiring to go any benefit nntil I commenced taking your medicine. 1 wish every woman EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. should seud in their names stating on who was Buffering as I was would send for one of your books. May Ood bless you many years to relieve women who are suffering as I was." what train they desiro to go. Any you and spare 'year free of Fifty thousand women will be counselled nd prescribed , CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED further information will be cheerfully charge by Dr. Hartman, president of Uio Surgical Hotel, for this iVJAIN oTRRET, KICIfMOND, 11 Y. Columbus, O. All Tiwes, by Mail, 75 cents; Bottles, bo Cekts. furnished by auy agent, or apply to suffering from any disease of th mucous membrane, or any-o- f the Miy ms sms n v n vii Ni W. BAKNKY, Div. Pass. Ageat, peculiar III of wotn, may write to lnm and the letters will G. --M rsffWrT, MtlH&t kit Slrssl, ST. LEWS, f0 Lexiugtpa, Xeutttcky. jMHromi Mtioc fc'Wrilo fof specll naestjpq blank forwowwiaDl5-'?- ,, Sale RRY & star-gemmT 1 g, m Yonder flag in the sky, and puro as an angel's wing, smiles and kisses tho sunlight as it proclaims the chivalry of lneti.tbu valor of heroes, the devotion of patriots, the triumphs of liberty, equality and eternal right. Tho dying patroit, whether on the flame swept crest of Bunker Hill, Gettysburg or San Juan, gazed with last and longing look upon it ns the stainless emblem of all that Washington gave and Lincoln saved. That flag, our flag, tho flag of liberty! Shall it be made to stand as the ensigu of conquest, greed and bondage, its sacred folds wet with the blood and tears of a people struggling for liberty and independence? 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 to its stripes streaks of the morning light, while the hands that wrote with the point of swords the immortal declaration that gveruments derive their just powers from the ton tent of th6 gathered its stars and set them in a galaxy of glory. If 'governments do not derive their just powers from the consent of tho governed, the stripes fade, the stars lose their luster and that glorious emblem of the rights of man becomes a meaningless rag. Windle's Gatling Uun. The following are tliff dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported: Ittehmond, Aug. 1, 2. 3 and 4th. Iexington August &V-- days. Ilustonville, August S 5 days. Madisouville, August days. Lawrenceburg, August 15 4 days. Lebanon. August 15 4dajs. Columbia, August 224 days. Alexandria, August 22- -5 das. Louisville (Colored Fair),.ngut 22- -5 5 1 iPQ ZZZJL ".!. BUB Viz 1 The Leading Specialists j 1 n A . mi-.- of America IftlD SEND US ONE DOLLAR S2.?J!ttu"SlB32 w RluSKUVUIti (Oil AI 1VOUO ls9 Mtttra Mfh-rrCIMJK HTOtE, hj freight C subject to na mi nation. your freight 4 depot and It found perfectly satisfactory ad U frrtaUat ! BAR. s Si 20 YEARS lil OHIO. mix ?o Q ever IK k! lil IT AG EXT our 3 FECIAL taw or he'Td of.pay tho 04 250,000 Cured, 3YECURESTPICTURE Vt nunc. SI3.00 less the tlXOtirv ti with nr. WRITE i.i iihiuiIi ii f yoiin-- a I laiUla aged i :iro truubludwiihtliis uUcabu many i: OjiKcioUflr. Hicv lu.iy liavo a f mart. sen atii.il, fiimtl, tniftinx ttrcnm, i cuttii c pai- sat tinics.ilightdi 'h.irg'V diuTcuhy ia ctmwiriieii g, weak cini.Vion'.r.n I nil lliuiyuii.trmn 1i.ivh tilKK-i'i'llf nervous dcbilitr-th- cy Kon't let doctor experiment en oa, by c tling. trctcliing, or trarii-on. j hU will yim. ni it will Our hCW AlLTIlOU 'i'ltkiAl-MKXabsorb, tho jtricturo tiuc; ; . t oTUVc CATALOCUt. der or ttt 00 andfreleht charges Thlf store Is plze No. 8. OTtn li l&txl8Tll. tonls42x23t mode iromba-,- t Die iron, extra laixe flues, heavy coven hcy linings and prates, oven door handsome lanre oven shelf, heavy nickel plated ornamentations and trimminc. extra l&nre deep, penuine Stcadha porevUia Hard rrMnolr. handsome lanre ornamented tae et coal hmmt r msde. and we furnish F&KK an extra wood trrate. maklns It a perX A BIAD1SG WtiUATIK with fect m4 hmnrr. UK every store and pitarantee afe de'lrery to your railroad Ftation. Tour local deaitr would cbarpe yoa (or such a store, the freight Is only about fUX for each 500 miles. w mt you at If at 1 10.00. Address. rOROfRmn FltEE 1 WECURE GLEET a-l From the tari Hi 35 t- i inuo-cu- My lino of Chairs is complete 1 tn-n- in! t'.l.l-KT- g .. lUKf-HAIir- Kennedys Kergan mh No-lan- d. New Window Shades, ever played this side of Louisville. and all shriveled up are the prices. We keep all grades of Chairs, but the lowest quality starts at good and goes up. the handsomest m m 1 Ms lifei I IS tl, 1- a5 "Jjent Not their selling price, and it is an a cknowlcdged fact that my line of Furniture, Mus DOLLAR m 1 iet'-4- ,, Chairs, etc., have stood the test. Entering upon perity is easy if you onty have the key Here it is. NEVILLE -- I livVL t 1 X , S- -t -- (WWW - MOBERLEY m - () .- I.. .. j El EWBLBE Street, OpTICIiLlT: s s Florida Havana pE3iririr?JilrrlliIirairr P srSfliSIlfS irairEira3ft3rflJaff?JE mm 1M H ingles 1 Vulcan Chilled Plow, IH And Bel CenterCul I Harrows. 1 Woman's Mission. AhhI 9 n XflT $ f Mi 'Sv' ffijj grg fs W.bftSirVSSSaS' 31 rmlzs V sg MSSS m . M0mMM A BOON TO MANKIND! DR Pc-ra-- K TABLETS BUCKEY Pe-ru-- is mm X Twn-- Pe-ru-- n. Pe-ru-- rei ill B si s emmn, ? ! fs ?R Is t fsiR ?R"flR i&7R II ' IS Aits vx .iv I W' a r Ulti For by PE l THOMAS, Druggists. Mi m " a a ' - I! . ,At& ,5 .. f!.. Jf. The Richmond Climax. ii.LL&fr' It is announced that William Jennings Bryan will be invited to Kentucky this fall to make a series of speeches in behalf of tne Democratic i Proprietors mnd Editors. State ticket. Mr. Bryan has always C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. suown a great interest in me weuaie of the party in this State, ana it is WEDNESDAY. JULY 5, - - 1899. thought that ho will consent to come. The invitation will be extended him through the new State Central ComPUULL8HR1) EVrlSV WKDSKSDAT BY mittee. Mr. Goehel and the others on the Co. ticket will take the stump this fall, aud The many who were leaders of Hardin and Stone in the convention will speak for flUCK VKll YKAK, $1.50. the nominees. Climax Printing DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOli GOVKKNOn, HON. WILLIAM GOEBEL, OF KENTON COUNTY. rOK LIEUTENANT UOVEKNOlt, J. C. W. I1ECKAM, OF NELSON COUNTY. FOR ATTORNEY OENEKAL, two to one sufficiently emphatic to put him aain before the people as the choice of the Uemocrncv of Madison, Mr. Combs possesses characteristics s, which wo admire in fairness, gratituee. sincerity, honesty of purpose, and ability which becomes jiower when coupled to these other virtues. We sincerely hope he will bo office-holder- of Hon. W. W. Tun Combs for Representative on Monday was a graceful act, and his majority of It. J. BRECKINRIDGE, OFIOYLK OUNTY. Of his opponent for the nomination, we have heard it said that he is young and can afford to wnit. His support was FOlt AUDITOR, GUS COULTER, OF GKAVKS COUNTY. FOlt TREASURER, S. W. HAGER. OF 110YD COUNTFY. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, a high compliment, and the opposition to 1 i in was not in the slightest antagonistic. So that he may justly feel proud of the race he made, and of his method of campaigning. He was fair and Kquare, and made friends thereby. We expect Mr.'AViIliams' voice to be lifted in support of the nominee, and 'there'll cornea time some day" when his conduct in '1899 will be a source of pride aud strength to him and his many warm friends. CALEB BKECKIXHIDE HILL, OF CLARK COUNTY. FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE I.N. support to the State ticket, declared that lie was in pledging his unflinching Mr. Jno. Jl. Chenault on Monday, NALL, OF JBKFERSON COUNTY. FOR SU1'T. OF l'UIJLIO INSTUCTION, H. V. McCHESNEY, OF LIVINGTON COUNTY. 11) K RAIL110AD COMMISSIONER, oD. DIST. COL A W. HAMILTON. OF MT. KTlHtLIXG. ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COU.VTY JDDOE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOIINC. CIIENAULT a candidate lor County Judge, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOlt COUNTY CLERK. to the action ot the Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce C. M. a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce D. R. TEVIh a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party. RAY-RUK- N We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUG H DOT Y for County Clerk, sucject FOR SUEItlFP. We are anthorized to announce JOHN F. WAOKIiS a candidate for Sheriff ot Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic his actions there. We all went, one hundred strong, to bring back to Madison the prize to which her distinguished citizen aspired. We were defeated, as Mr. Chenault's 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 party, and old friends and true Democrats may say tilings which a year ago they would have condemned in others, but we have no words of reproach to hurl back. Republican rejoicing is sufficient reproof. We entered the contest to name one nominee, and to support them all. Wo can do no leBS in defeat than to carry out tho Golden Rule, alld this important duty in politics as well as religion, we moan to do. Mr. Chenault's voice nnd influenco will be exerted on behalf of the entire ticket, and those who lauded him asa true-blu- e Democrat on May 28, shall not blush to own his name when the ides of November roll around. Speaking particularly of the really beautiful devotion of his friends, Judge Breckinridge, of Boyle, thus sums up a situation not unlike that which surrounded Madison's candidate for Auditor. Judge Breckinridge 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 lot me sav 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 iionor, and I want to say that no man was ever followed by a more loyal band in any contest or on any field of battle. The contest was furious, but we won the prize, and there I pledged myself to continue the fight and from every hill nnd vale announce the principles of Democracy and my allegiance to them. If I should be elected, I promise here, before God and with His aid and assistance, to try to discharge the duties of the office faithfully and with honor to myself and to thosn who trusted me. trotn the bottom of my heart, I thank you." Wg have never yet had to apologize to any man tor supporting tne nominees of the Democratic party, and wo do not expect to begin at this late day. We are for the state ticket from Governor to constable, from A to JS, and hope that our position will be vindicated as events transpire betwixt now and election day. Our government guarantees to all its citizens the privilege of free speech, so that every American has the natural right to express in a proper manner his political opinions. In exercising this right we freely accord it to others. Having sat for'ten days and nights in the convention that nominated Wm. Goehel for Governor, having gone there for Capt. Stone first and Mr. Goehel last, we feel able to give a reason for the faith that is in us, and on any occasion where necessary will do so. Suffice to say, in the language of Col. Wm G. Welch, of Stanford, a Hardin sup porter, after witnessing the babvish conduct of those "two old imbeciles" and their rowdyish friends, we reluctantly conceded that Goehel deserved to win. He proved himself the best manager in iventucky and to tils great strength of leadership is added a ticket of Democrats against whom no words but praise can bo spoken. Of those we know nersonallv. 1$ reck in ridge, Beckham, Hill and Nail, 'Would be but coyvardice to deny our heartiest support, itiey are pure and upright men, whom their own communities revere, and with them and the rest of the ticket we have no feara for the safety or the honor of our commonwealth. Forsake these men l ot on your tintype! This is not the time nor the plHce to bolt, we think. What think you? county delegates at Louisville. We have not heard a delegate apologize for responsible for the acts of the Madison iwrty. party. party. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN W. RALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic We are aethSrlzed to announce MARTIN OBNTIIY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic FOR ASSESSOR. OLD- cratic party. We are authorized to announce JAS. L. 1IAKBR a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. thiiiK for a county to do which ha? a candidate for a state office, is to en lorso him Unequivocally, nobody else HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison oonty subject to the action of the Demo- We arc anthorized to announce JOE The -- votn for him or for his best interests at all times. Any other method is to .it all, mid send delegates pledged to handicap your man. Convention was made by Hon. M. C. Saufley, of Lincoln, nominating Hon. It J. Breckinriilc for Attorney-Genera- l. It was a luscious "peach" of hlushiu" hue. Thk host speech of the Louisville vorite candidate whase fortunes would have been greatly benefited by partiality. But Col. Caperton knows that luifht is not rgilit. and that temporary political advantages gained unscrupulously breed ills and stain characters which time alone can erase. In the hitnds of au impartial political chairman a man's life car. easily be trusted if such men can he found in this day of political corruption. Col. Caperton preserves unsullied his good name lather than wrong the humblest fellow citizou in the exercise of his rights. Ah we mutely honored him in that crisis, we publicly commend him here Tub rulinss of Hon. James W. in the Republican convention on Monday attested the fairness of tile man He may have had a fa- Ca-Iurt- m CF.Brower&Co Lexington, Ky. Just This If you are interested in rv x frames We want yon'to read the following: Wo have just -' quipped n modem time r ruining unpiirtmont with all the latest such as miter boxes, miler saws, miter planes, mat cutter and many other new nnd im- -. portatit aides to perfect frame making. We have t, au dust proof room whore our work will be put up, insuring. perfect tip-toy, air-tigh- The action of Madison county on Monday in cleaulinets. Gyyt has been engaged and came from one of ,tho bet--t nlct ure houses in the country aud is an expert. Guy Soek Mats, Fancy Corners, Fancy is large, choice and complete. Our prices wo guarantee to be the very lowest. C.FiBrower&Co UXJf AJffl BROATJWAY, aoout ineir enuorsement of Uapt. . 11 Stone, for Governor, making a partial Taylor victory out of what should have county endorse oeeii a warm-hearte- d ment of our distinguished follow citi estops the members nf that zen, forever party from criticisms of Wm. Goehel, tno Democratic nominee lor Governor Mr. Taylor has Goebel in methods Of securing instructions, not In Madison, but throughout the State. He caused "snap" conventions to be held long before he had opposition, and wiien Capt. Stone announced, Taylor's henchmen, following a supposed "winner," "packed" conventions in various counties go that men were not admitted, or, if so, valued their lives too highly to go up against the force and fraud that paraded under Taylor's colors. The great county of Campbell furnishes a sample, of this. There brute force reigned supreme and Taylor . wou. as Usual. It is none of our but we make it oure for the purpose of exposing political villainy beside winch Gocbelism is Purity in saintly apparel. Not only is Mr. Taylor unfit for the IHirli position ho seeks, but he is an original free silverito, green backer, or anytmng lor oince. He is bacsed, too, DV mat Driiuanr- - oncKetot guts, who is rattling around in his Senatorial scat like a bullet in a bladder. This duet of accidents and misfits are In the saddle. Decent people bold their noses wuen tins gang passes by. Gold Democrats who made possible their election have repented of their error. Then, whr should Goebel be dronoed to swallow such a pill as the unspeakable Taylor, a matt whose own Gover nor declined to invito him to his table, a man witti wnom itepunncans cay negroes aro worse off for associating, a blatant demagogue, a hypocrite ? For this creature there is a clamor that is as astounding to us as Is tne position oi some Democrats towards Air. Goebel. II capt. btone is defeated it in nono of our funeral. Jf Mr. Goebel is do feated we can lire under another Re publican administration with as good grace as the next, isut wo dp protest against Democrats aud Republicans Holding up tliolr hands in holy horror at uoeiiei. wiiu in tiio Attorney Garaj It PDflpfitfed all anti-Taylor flu-litJJe-boloui-moutlicfttHsli-nioutlifld quibbling Far Sheriff. Gov. Bradlet thus emphatically de nies that he will place Attorney GenMr. Socrates, Maupin, of the Kingseral Taylor in nomination at Lexing- ton neighborhood, a farmer ton: respected citizen and trader, 'You mav say for me that there is and a Democrat, will in- due absolutely no truth in the statement of Shera Louisville Custom House official that time announce his candidacv forto'the I will place Mr. Taylor in nomination iff of Madison county, subject action of the Democratic primary elecnext week. If his name is not tion. Mr. Maupin says hie candidacy to that body until I do it, he will not shall bo made with kindly feeling to be before the Conventloii for any of- all opponents. fice." And yet some Democrats are coquet Register Changes Again, ting with this same Taylor wboui a Capts. F. 'Rock, county surveyor, Republican Governor mibllcly repudi has pnrchased the lease of the Register ates. from Pickels & Davfs, and will conduct tho paper hereafter1. Mr. Pickels will continue as foreman. Mr. Rock is a gentleman of whom wo can speak only Mr. C C. Wallace spent Saturday in in kindest terms, and his into the journalistic field is a signal for Frankfurt. harmony and good fellowship. Mr. Dr. Harry Blanton will practice den Davis has made a great reputation and tistry at Ford. would cotitinue in the business were endangered. Mr. R. II. McCreary, of Chicago, is his eyesight not seriously are yet by night work, ills plans im here for a few day. mature, but in eitner tne school room r. Miss Minerva Park Phelps is at home or journalism ho is a from Mt. Sterling. He Won Two Prizes. Misses Curraleen Smith and Geneva At the commencement of the Cen Moberley are In Washington. tral University Hospital College of Miss Irvine of Cincinnati, is the Medicine Inst week, at Louisville, two guest of Miss Belle McDowell. prizes were awarded to Mr. Joseph S. Miss Fannie Williams, of Versailles, Wittmeier. of Augusta, Ky., a former student of C. U. Although ho is tak is the guest of Mrs. C. D. Chenault. ing a double course ho won the lbird Mrs. Frank Miller, of Lexington, is Year Scholarship, and the Jno. "W. the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. C. Willis. (JooK memorial prize lor tne best vol Mr. Harvie McDowell, of Washing ume ol clinical notes on mseases ot tne ltt ton, ie the guest of his mother, in this eye. ear. nose, and throat. Mr. meier was one of three young men who city. came here to college from Augusta in Mrs. Mat S Cohen, who has been 1894-'the others being Messrs. Joe quite sick for past week is reported Rankins and Chas. G. Steen. and all better. were exemplary students and gentle Misses Annie and'Helen Dennett re men and very popular. turned home on Saturday from Ver Mr. Gay, a World Champion. sailles. The Richmond Gun Club's Bpeclal Manager Ferrell, of the Western Jacob D. Gay, Union Telegraph office, spent Sunday guest yesterday, Mrcounty, already of has Pine Grove. Clark in Lexington. a national fame as a wing shot and this Mrs. Lena Baldwin Shanks and sis fame bids fair to spread beyond the ter. Miss Olivia Raldwin, have re bounds of the continent, even to the turned to Stanford. old world. Next December a big shooting Misses Laura and Jennie Johnson, of Louisville, aro visiting Mrs. W. W. match, in which the best marksmen of this country and various Luropean Combs, at Moberley. countries will porticipate, will be held Miss Halite Hamilton, of Wisoman-tow- at Monto Carlo, Italy. The gun club of is visiting Misses Pearl and Man- - the United States will be represented Gentry on Fifth street.. by six of the best marksmen, and Mr. as of the Mrs. W. G. Durritt, of Orearville, Gay has been chosen of one country our Mo , is visiting the families of Capt. P. earn. The reputation for fine shooting will be safe in his P. Ballard and W. E. Luxon. hands and we feel confident lie will add Mr. Burnam Scrivener left Monday new laurels to those that ho already for Colorado for his health, accom- bears. panied by Mr. Hubert Cosby. Later Mr. Gay attended a shoot at Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Grinstead. stop Louisville. ped off at Richmond on their rot urn Republican Convention. home They were the guests of their son, Gilbert. The Republicans of Madison county Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Holton returned in mass convention on Monday selected Tuesday from Atlanta City, where they tho Dick Horton, or attended the American mtstitute oi slate of delegates, and "all other good Republicans," and instructed them to Homeopathy. vote for Capt. Samuel H. Stone, of this MI63 Anna F. Gover. who has been county, present State Auditor, for Gov visiting Mrs. J. B. Stouffer for several ernor, so long as his name is before the weeks returned to her home in Lin- state convention at Lexington, J ulv 12. coln county, yesterday. A row occurred over the effort of Mrs Elliott West and daughter, of Stone's friends to send delecatesof their selection which was the only proNicholasville, who for tho past week ownthing to do if Samuel Stone is the were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. per first choice of tho Republicans qf this Perry, returned home Monday. county. But another element led by Miss Flora Samuels, of Mt. Sterling, Dick Horton, a ed game fight is the guest ot Sirs. JNeale Uennett. er, objected to a .brankfort-slateo- f dele' Alias Samuels' solo at the Presbyterian gates, and on a square count Horton church was a beautiful rendition, dis beat them 111 to 97. Rathor than playing a voice of rare qualities. cause an open rupture Stone's friends Miss Estill Walker, a handsome agreed to Horton's list with the addiblonde of Richmond, was the guest of tion of "all other good Republicans." Miss Belle Denny Misses Annie A Horse to Surmount It. Bronaugh Engleinau and Tevis Carpenter returned irom Richmond yesterdav. "The efligy of a thoronghbrad race Stanford Journal. horse is to surmount thesteepleof Lex Mr. Morris Long, of the D. & D. In ington's splenaiu now court house and a very stitute, came over on Monday to take it is product appropriate and typical of or the surrounding country in tho 4th of July picnic on Silver the Creek. Mr. Long is a good friend who Kentucky Is better and more widely brings sunshine with him and leaves a known for its race horses than for any good taste in your mouth when he goes other thing and it is appropriate that a ngure ot tne race iiorse suouid be away. held up to the admiration of all be Misses Minerva Phelps, of Richmond. holders. The figure of the horse is to and Florence Myers, of Stanford, who operate as a weather-vane.- " have been the attractive and popular It may be suggested that the fame of guests of Mrs. Silas Stofer for the past Kentucky's fast horses is no more r. weeK, leit lor tneir respective liomes nowned than the beauty of her women, yesterday. Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Deand tbat tlie latter should have, had a ocrat. place on her temple of justice. Not so. Harts "Woman Triumphant" stood Mr. Tfcnlltn fttlrnntn. nf was tllH L'llpRt nf frfeniln llprn vpnterdnv there for years only to crumble into shapeless mass in the fire of '9C, and and attended Chautauqua Master statuary com John M. Foster, of Richmond, Is visit there's now no piece of for tho beauty .Helm, on .Hast parable with it to stand ing lus aunt, Mrs. of Kentucky womanhood. Fourth 6treet, during Chautauqua. Lexington Herald. Judge Ward's Death. Rev. E.H. Burnam. of Lurar. Va.. Judge Quincy A. died at will be the guest for a few weeks of Paris on J.Monday, JuneWard aged CI his brother and sister, Hon. C- - F. Bur years. Whether a private 20. citizen, hus nam and Mrs. Eugenia Hume. Mr. band, lather, Iriend, or as Judge ot the Burnam is one of the most lovable of Superior Court of men, a profound scholar, a devout Ward was the same Kentucky, Judge true manly man, christian, and a powerful writer and whose death makes Kentucky poorer minister. ana thousands of her citizens sadder Judge Ward was lor many years a Prof. J. Robert Riggs lately assistant principal of the Campbellsyille High member of the Board of Curators of School, will again be assistant secretary Central University and two of his sons, of the Madison County Fair, a position Messrs. J. Miller Ward, and J. Quincy which he filled in 97 with marked abil Ward, were graduated here. The ity. Mr. Riggs' office is in the Mober many friends of these young men in ley building where he can be found at Madison, in common with thoir others over the state, received the sad intelliall times. Mr. Milo Shanks came home from gence of Judge Ward'd death with pro Washington on Sunday for a three found regret. received an Invitation to This office weeks' visit looking well, aud express- the funeral, which took place Juno 28 r .J l . i. . i ...T.i- - i. i . Ui l uiK uiuiBuiL ueiigmeu wiui ma lucrative position ill the Government Trint at Battle Grove cemetery, (Jvnthiann, Ky. The nail ing Office, in which, by his. ability aud Cromwell, Judge bearersE were: J. W. Cantrill, W, Jas. industry, he has been elected chair M. Dickson, Dr. L. S man of the "chapel," a paying post of T. Lafferty, E. Kennedy, Givens, J. B. J. W. Davis, nonor. Ur. Jos. JJoyd. Honorory Miss Mary Coyle, who won the first A. II. Ward, William Tarr, P.P. Cumprize in tne contest, is. a cousin of Mrs. mins, Dr. Hervey McDowell, George R. J. W. Bryant, of this nlace. and an ua Bell, Henry Spears, A. T. Forsyth, G. usually Hue specimen of womanhood, G. White. pnysicaliy as well as mentally ......A A Birthday In tho Country. large part of the glory In the Goebel and Stone victory in this county is due The old homestead of Mr. and Mrs Mr. Jesse M. Alverson, of this paper, Dan S. Harber, near White Hall, was wno uas worKeu lor uoeuei irom tne r naay of much gayetv start with an energy and a will that the scene last the celebration of the to knew no such word as fall. In the incidentbirthday of tho eldest son, Mr, work he was ably assisted by Mr. G. D. twelfth .Nicholas Marber. friends nl his age Weatherford.- - Stanford Journal. had gathered from the county and city This simple announcement appeared to enioy a day of merrymaking, and in the Cincinnati Times-Sta- r last week: was indeed a glad occasion for botii "The engagement is announced of Mies young and old. AU sorts of outdoor Letcher, daughter of Col. and Mrs. games were played, and a sumptuous Letcher of Rockdale avenue, to Mr. dinner served with intermittent assaults Robert Pogue." The bride-to-b- e is on the pantry. Prizes were offered in none other than Miss S. Russell Let- Donkey and Observation contests, and cher, formerly of this city, who was in the former Miss Lallio Miller bhncK and is and wo trust will ever be as elford proved herself an artist, pinning beautiful in character as she is of per- tho caudle appendage just where nature son, and slio had no superior here in ordained it should go Mr. Preston those particulars. Also she was a cul- Smith oxhibited rare powers of memory tivated scholar, was tho first female to and won the prize offered to tho one receive a degreo from Central Univer- who could recall the largest number of sity, and on her diploma was inscribed articles displayed ou a table. Master "Mtgua Cum Laude," indicating a Overton Harb'er was ringmaster of the grade of 3 in all studies for her circus and geneial manager or tho par junior and senior years. Mr. Poage is ade. Mr. and Mrs Harher's always n Queen City graceful hospitality "was again demon a son of the merchant, and that he has won so su- strated to all, and the dav will ever, be perb a treasure bespeaks the high char- a bright spot in the memory of all those acter of the man. To both are extend- who attended the twelfth birthday of ed the heartiest well wishes of many Mr. Nicholas Harber. Kentucky friends. well-know- n life-lvn- gi pret-ent-e- 44 : f--i rrM , ,ifstJri T'Tty praisoJiy the-peopl- ft Noypby fj "A? of ouR-ta- Jay and 7SSg5H5SERSV5eSr ElC;.Ess. mWJY a Silver. Liriinal 77te ; Air., clouds of bad", bloody enveloping u, tjarpeiiierr uiuununi, wu-humanify hawz a. silver lining in the shape in ouVtoWfflast Freddy, Miss Kato Denton is visiting rela-Iof a. specific lo remove them. Ii is Hood" s SarsaparUla, America's Greatest Medicine, tives in Richmond this week. which drives oat all impurities from the Miss Kate Smith, of Richmond, isthe blood, of either sex or any age. guest of her cousin, Miss Willie Denny. j w. I j. as.!3r a h.yj H in m wr ww - CLOTHING llkl II ill - STOP, is visiting Mrs:-Rodney Mjs,Mary Riceof GnlvestQn.Texas, her uncle. Mr. J. W. Adams. Griggs, who has been PERSONAL past-maste- 5. quite ill tho past week is much im proved. Mrs. Victor Lear, of Lancaster, was Six Thousand Words By Telegraph. the many last guest of Her sister, AMra:,W. S. Fish, The Climax has received " "' week. kindly comments upon its telegraphic James D, Arbuck'.e. of Richmond.' of the Democratic State Conven reports was in ourtqwu'Siindayron Important tion, r torn the beginning to the that memorable gathering of the (?) business. unterrified Democracy the citizens of Misses Hnttie and Brown Yeiser. 'of Richmond were m hourly communica- Danville, are tho guests of Miss Lucy convention, and not one Frauds this week'. tion with the thing of vital interest occurred that Mr. James Henderson's sheen were they did not learn in a few moments after it happened. On the bulletin raided by dogs last week. Six were board in from of the Cmmax tho tele killed and seventeen maimed grams were posted as fast as they were Miss Marga-e- t Hackley. of Georgereceived ana it w ireeiy ueciareu tnat town College, spent a few days with the no such service was ever before ren dered to our people on anv such public lamiir oi .Mr. J. u. 1'arner msi weeK. barber, in Paint Lick has a occasion. Mn Clarence E. Woods was seated on the stage of the convention the person of Muck Moore, who has had ball, with a messenger bov at his ser considerable experience as a tousorial vice and a telegraph operator also on artist. the rear of the stage, and as fast as Miss- Beltio Francis will spend the matters of interest transpired Mr. Woods next two weeks at Slate Lick Springs, .' i. .is uispaicuuu uiuiii iu uiu waning, mix with Mrs. J. G. Galloway, who is ious multitude that stood constant!? in spending the summer there. Having removed from First Street to Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to;shov, the, newest to J. and finest line of i eno-ing- - Qlothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods Evervopened-in-Richmon- d. "We First StSre that we will sell at YOUR new goods are of the have a few goods left we brought from out OWN price as long as thej' last. Our first-cla- fs LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES, And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buv untiT vou .have, seen' our goods. We guarantee to sell you more goods and better quality for the money than ever you got before'. Our -- r n, front of tho Climax office. While Democrats have everv generously com plimented our special service, the Re publicans also remarked kindly upon it, and one. Col. J. W. Caperton, was especially kind in his acknowledgement of the publicservice rendered by the clinax through Mr woods. The latter declares that frequently the Richmond people knew the results of many ballots before thodelegates them selves, as the secretaries would hand their figures to the reporters and operators before thev were announced by the Secretary, due to the delay caused by confusion and noise in tlie hall. Mr. Ferrell, the handsome accom plished and obliging manager of the telegraph otllco here, informs us that Mr. Woods sent 05 messages with a total of 5,500 words. At the Usual rate of 25 cents for 10 words this would have cost tho Cmmax $137.50, but at the special press rate it cost only about The couples "from Paint Lick and Point Leavell, spent a veryoelightful day at Slate Lick Springs last Friday. Dancing, g feasting and was tho order lore-makin- A party composed of about twenty CUSTOM . TAILORING of tne day. DEPARTMENT Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see us and save money at Mrs. B. M, Lear and daughters, Misses Mary and Alma; Dr. O. E. Poyntz, James Ballaid, Will Martin, Harry trancis and C. A. lish, attended the pic-ni- c at Mallory Springs last Thursday and report- - a most glorious time. Mr. E. L. AVoods, the popular stock. dealer of this place, shipped to Cincin. oi hogs uati last weeK three two of lambs and two of cattle. He has .1.500 lambs bought in Madison and Garrard counties to be delivered in this month. car-loa- rt Pantagrapli was enough to say this: 'The showed enterprise by posting bulletins (Titan h Tan Not h Cured irom Louisville auriug the democratic convention. Tho telegrams were sent with local applications, as they can by Mr. C. E. Woods, and the Richmond not reach the seat of the disease. Catar folk was kept posted as to tho proceed rh is a blood r constitutional disease. nigs without having to roly upon the and in ortler to cure it you must take newspapers. Mr. Woods proved li I in- lnlernal remidies. Hall's Catarrh Cure self faithful and equal to the task." is taken internally, and actH directly ou tne Diood and mucous surfaces. Hall s Democralic Convention. When inclined lo give an angiy an ewer, press your lips together and say generous the alphabet. Ui.isiAX in Richmond Main St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher may3-6m mimmmw By Special Request Dr. Goldstein Has cided lo Remain Until Saturday De- DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. cool-head- m 1 At the county convention onMon day Hon. iV. W. Combs received 38 of the &G votes cast by delegates m the twenty precincts aud was declared the nominee oi the Democratic party lor Representative in the lower house in Upon the next Kentucky Legislature motion of Mr. Merntt Williams, the opposing candidate, Mr. Combs' liouii nation was made unanimous, and the race ended harmoniously and in good order. Mr. Combs received the following votes: University 4, Citv Hall (2 divided) 1, McCreary 0, Tip'ion 2, Waco 3, Kavauaugh 3, Kingston 4, Bear Wal low 2. Duncannon 2, Jerea2, leviso Crutcher 2, Poosey 1. Biggeretaff 3. Total 38. F'or Mr. Williams, Court House 3, City Hall (2 divided) 1, Chenault 2, White Hall 4, Blue Lick 2, litirnam 3. Newby 3 Total 18. Tho 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 candidate 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 B. Chenault, in his race for tho nomination for State Au iitor; but, always loyal and true to the Democratic party, its principles aud its advocates, we hereby pledge our hearty nnd unwavering support to the entire State ticket nominated at tlie recent Louisville convention and will earnestly work for its support in November. 2nd. That we recognize in tho nomi nee of this convention, W. W. Combs, a loyal and unswerving Democrat, a gentleman worthy, and in every way qualified, to represent Madison county in the Lower House ol the next JjOgis lature, and we plpdge him our united support antl will do everything m our power to carry his standard to victory at the approaching election. 3rd. That wo alhrm onr allegiance to the Cbicajro platform and declare for Hon. W. J. Bryan Tor President in iuu. Mr. B. C. Potts introduced the resplu- tton reaffirming the Chicago platform and pledging support to Wm. Jennings Bryan m 1000. Unanimously carried. At 3 o'clock convention adjourned. Jxo. B. Chenault, Chairman. C. E. Woods, Secretary.' pail-beare- rs Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the hestblood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces, Iho perfect, combination of the Iwom gredieuts is what produces such won derfnl results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,Props. Toldo.O bold bv druggists, price oc It is- - my specialty to fit glasses in Hall's Family Pill are the best Jm sucli a manner Unit they relievo tlie eyestrain perfectly; fitting tlie eye with tpectaclen that you can see with ease ami comfort, thus preserving tho eye. In examining the eye only the latest antl most improved methods and instruments are used. Physicians especially are invited to call mill investigate my methods of correcting errors of refraction. Many cassos ot headache, neuralgia, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, vertigo nervous prostration and the seeming 1st, Southern District Association stupidly of children are often due to colored Baptist churches, Hodgeus- defective vision caused hy an abnormal curvature of the cornea or crys2, 1S9. ville, Ky., June Annual Meeting Nation Hardwood talline. letiH or to an irregularity of tlie Lumber Association, Milwaukee Wis refractingat media of the eye, and are once nnon application of the relieved J uly proper glasses. Ninety per 2nd. AVomans' Foreign Missionary people over 40 years age cent, ol the of need glasses, Society of Holston Conference, Rad and 30 per cent, of the 00 need them 1809. ford, Va., Julv Supreme Lodge Uniform Rank En for distance. Glasses are not always given to imcampment K. O. T. M. Port Huron prove eyesight, but to" relieve undue 1899. Mich., July in short nature. Annual Convention Medal of Honor strains; eyes are to assistyearly. Thousand of Seven ruined 0 Legion, Burlington. Vt, July persons out of teu have neither eyes W. C. RlNEAKSOX. 1899. alike, and one out of 20. Astigmatism; General Passenger Agent. hence the necessity of testing each eye separately. Special attention is giv.en to any inequality that may exist between the refraction of tlie eye. Optical science has made rapid advances within tho last few years, the correct adaption of spectacles has beI have at mv mill . near Waco, about three come a distanct profession. The optic-Ia- n who thoroughly understands his hundred thousand teetot lumber which I will sell at mill or loaded on cars. For business realizes fully that in adjustfurther particulars call on or address ing glasses for his customers he is J. Jl. UUWJlArt. o treatiug wth a most delicate and preWaco, Ky. cious oigan," where the slightest error may result seriously, while if ho does his work well, he not only gives comfort and ease to his patrons, hut In many instances restores sight. Special care should be taken iu selecting the first pair of spectacles, nor should it be attempted without the aid of responsible optician. It is most importrnt that the lenses should be accurately centered and of the best qualiNOTES. ty, and tho frames so made that the Messrs. M. H. Williams and T. G. wearer looks directly through the cenMcKinney were appointed io notify ter. Glasses nicely fitted to the face Mr. Combs of his nomination. Tlie become an ornament as well us a latter made a good speech and paid a necessity. high tribute to the fairness ot ins opponent. Mr. Williams, who responded with similar kindly sentiments and pledged himself to actively support tlie nominee. Mr. Chenault was loudly called for and told how the 2S delegates and al ternates and 100 friends from Madison had followed his fortunes throughout Fitting and humidity to play such specialty. children with spectacles a the convention at Louisville and of their loyalty ho was most proud and tricks with and Parents, do not neglect your chilfor their actions he was responsible. CUPJTS laundered by the.... dren's eyes. He had made the host "fight he could Difllcult cases solicited. All questions in regard to the eyes and while ho lost, he was still a Democheefully answeied. crat and would support the nominees Richmond Steam Laundry from Governor down. He said that in Consultation And Examination a fow weeks he would take the stump Fkee. for the State ticket,' including Mr. as is done with linen incom Ofiice hours from 10 n. am. to 3 p. m. Combs. pletely treated by incompe at Glyndon parlors, Richmond, Ky. The convention met in tho upper court room, the Republicans being in tent hands. Our work never fails to session below. Wo had u full house and every precinct scut delegates with satisfy our patrons. The signed credentials. There wem no or controversies and the conven- utmost care is taken in all tion, although it lasted an hour, was stages, oitha.washing and. fin,--. marked by' Harmony and entlfusiasm." Elder's BARGAIN Store t IN CLOTHING. I 5 Men's Mfr a i Suits at iticn T)( ..4i auia Mb Boy's Suits at Boy's Pants at 13 S? 00 G9c. n tuc. up UjJ up 15c. up as 1$ (V NOTIONS. (tafiCBESCHir ROUTE 20-Jn- ly Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. up Gent's Undershirts ':. !.25c. up Gent s Drawers :.20c. up . . 5c. up Ladies' Vests 2oc up Ladies' Pants Ladies' and Gent's Linen Cuffs - Towels Corsets ; Collars1. .. . 3e. up .25c. up 0-- 17-2- 2, 19-2- Suspenders .... Buggy Whips Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols'.. Ladies' White Aprons . i Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists Fire Screens OUR Baby Bibs ..10c. up 15c. up . . 5c. up ; . 10c Up . .G9c. up .25c. up . .'doc. up . 5c. up 10c. up .. -. 4$ IS Lumber For Sale! LINE OF LADIES', GENTS AJSTJ) CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and nee them. IN RIBBONS. bolts of the C. N. & Co. JulyS-3m- We have a few 's Ribbon on hand which we will close out at No. 10, 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. 5$ 1$ 5$ Corsets. 3 See our stock of Corsets before you buy. We cau please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B. Rob Kby,i)ri.;i Norsah. IN HATS AND CAPS. Men's Black Felt Hats. Men's Nice Straw Hats Boy's Nice Straw Hats... Men's and Boy's Caps.-- .. f , Defy The Sun collars ..;.;.55-.10- 25c. up 2oc. up 10o; up up 1P ..i j Vt.?'' i Hemp Brussels Rurs ..10c up :41c up 25c up Unions.; .:....?.:.iH....25c tip Jute-..-.- ... Mattings.... ....15c up 0c. up IN HARDWARE- .. dis-put- ' ESTILL Knives and Forks, per set .... 31c. up Fish Lines. "le. each Cake Turner, 4c. Fish Hooks .lc. Uoi .. 3c. up Files Curling Irons.. . .f....3c. up Teaspoons . 4c set up ."....10c. Hutcher Knives...: Tablespoons 6c set up !0. ishing and absolute perfection is theresult. "r RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. 00-0- CORRESPONDENCE. VALLEY VIEW Miss Alma Whitlock will teacli Ihe public school at Bethel" school liouseT"' The precinct convention held hero Saturday instructed for Hon. W. W. SPRINGS Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, White Sulphur and Chalybeate. Pleasure and Health Resort. -- lA well-know- DR. CALDWELL'S VCURES CONSTIPATION. PEPSI N The Fair is Booming. R AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS, V. ELDER. Jaturday and Sunday next at 11 o'clock any held hero in ten at the rollowmg: a. m., July 8 and 9. All invited. Mr. S. A. Deatherage and his efficient Combs,. Assistant Secretary, Mr. J. Robt Rigira Miss Snicie D. Haden. of Covington, on the work of the Rev. E. II. Burnam will preach in aro busily-engageis spending a few days with Dr. Elmer the Baptist church in Richmond on tair, which tnsy, ueciare will eclipse Northcutt. years. RELIGIOUS. OPEN- A glance TROTS. DEATHS that U iMwrwwrl; nnnp oi mrtwm w mm hub. (MtoVm wh Bvbee. Mrs. Annie Bybee, wife of Albert By-hePACES. passed from earth to heaven, m 2 :21 classf SOO her 26th vear. Burial in College Hill 2.17 class. S300. 2:30 cl8te,'$300. class.$200. cemetery. The Bankers' stake, $1,000, for saddle stallion, mare or gelding any age, of which S200 is reserved lor consolation Only horses that show in Bankers Stake and take no part of money will 7e; Stent. be allowed to compete in consolation The store housa now occupied bv Five per cent, to nominate and 5 per Mrs. L. P. Todd on Main Btre&t, will cent- - aauitionai irom money winners. be rented for remainder of this year, Money divided oO, 2o, 15 and 10 per possession givon July 1st. J. E. cent. No additional entrance will be charged for consolation, and 5 per cent. my3Mf. Greenleaf, Assignee. will only be deducted from first division ($800) of first show and 5 percent, only Heary Keekler fc Cewpasy. ...a x i. i i.. . i?irs coii&omtiuu ueuocieu irum inLumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., auotiid the aoove stnKo lau to nu rea vite correspondence with Mill men sonably well, right reserved to declare who have lumber for sale. They buy off. .Entrance money refunded. Rulea Poplar and Hardwoods in mixod pare, of National Saddle Iiorse Brecdfrs' Dry or Green. Write theni., aprfffjin Association to govern, For other rings for saddle and harA PI U tfi. ness horses ansj general exhibits, see For luscious bananas. ripo flpplcs, catalogue. Kouiemper mauaips, vnjg;, 1. fl. B and 4. tei eoiii lea pream-Mtyj- a i&tnnl pifu ha Hl(iii cmimtw, Kitukceo Th Bwretary or ut failRd tt mv ttr In their cftlo. t )) 4 DlnallOi HMfcflboe'W 't e, 2:18 class, $tOO. 2:15 clara, $100. 2:3o class, SiOO. 2:27 class, SKXJ. , 2:22 class, 400. old $300. On Wednesday morning last, It li. Tornll purse for yearlings, $150. 3-- the Chautauqua at Lex ington yesterday. Louis Pilchcr. of N'tcholasville. was here Saturday to confer with J. L. Sowers ou business pertaining to the Beck attended Misses Mary Taylor and Flossio m 1st 'i lsl J LOCAU wj 1 Kentucky Writers Association.'' "Col.'f John Clark is with H. G. Carpenter's steam thresher, and they do say he is a worker from away back. Probably he has not caught up. Rowdyhmi manifested itseii in a shameful mannerat this place last Sat urday evening in tne regular "old devil gets into them" way. I dpnt know ' SUITS THE POCKET, who aro to by cenBnred for this unbe coming conduct. and the ear. Rev. John Abbott preached hero last the eye Sunday morning and evening to a large . All the Pianos and Organs congregation. Mr. Abbott is a bright! shown here are instruments young man. representing a Union of the closest reasoning, glowing imagination bf merlt. essential to swSitriess and dispensed to his hearers gospel truths which met he condition of those bmd strength of tqntr.Xnd who desiro fo go to heaven on' the code Of morals as mapped out by Some for boauty of finish themselves. The fact that an instrument The malo ouartotte from Panola.com is on sale hero is a guarantee posed of tho following members, J, JK r zi .i t Uidford, Malconib HecilarHOn,- - Horace Thatpas pi Prof, R. O. Adams.'was. XUJHKft ft K hQre Bunday,:. Thov wont from tlfio B&c to Jfewanfi wereToyaUyf-BB-t$rt$nd- ; .tSy tli people of '.Tdlfy Skko,1' wl fcerw'Mofi'ftnialf wsyowrt! g" I. & 11. Railroad and the Kentucky River, in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery. Tho White Sulphur is a specific for kin and kidney troubles; the Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot Sulphur Baths iu the house. fJ9"Sox turther particnlars address, On the II. N. Ik W mimi OF LEXINQTON, KY. Mm - Co. M, may31,-l- m I M.ta, Hose Prop':., $160,000 PAID IN LIVING BENE-j?IT$J'5,000 RESEH TE- AND SURPLW. ""PLAI IRVINE, KY. Fain line, Tli .letem si profits Lils ikTO, .Qora- Insure rtrar dwellUjs, terns and 11 other property in the Blue CJwwa Ianurnce Company, ol Lexington, Ky., home isatituiioB QWes protection litt Fire, Lightning nd The cheapest nnd most reliable Tornado. txunpany.for. tho leople of onr county now operating' i tho '.V,o, and get cheaper ever year as Ion M yoti'oeavwte i the compay. For further infcrMta tall on their agest . Aiieraey-i-Iaana colleger, XiehJNOiW, Ky , eOc im- - Main eHri( o.u6Swt HMj-- at le ftate Burt m v.ii mnwrn avm. pk pay,f ' TjHget ptlculr Every We pay pwutiw vfjY tfrk .cablet1 of deceased. p4e mi6Mt with safety and th livmjt that Insurance - io conservatism. fer the protection, ot the investor. For t i, tiw lua, dr smomsTAmr, MM i I III PrintShoWsthrouah ' I IWMMMMMMMMWWWWMMIMlWMM I m H H W rrA2 Exquisite Shoe... Patent Kid Vamp, Cloth Top, with 7?rce, $?.J0.' Silk-workea ?i WSWTWWTffTW I 1 f5 i ; "ii Eyelets. f l ':iV 1 Sasxv : 5 I Sus axv i SVvoc is a tdotV. musV art. SHOE ? Those who bare delayed baying &t A stock Sir 5- '. , "Be s-- sccxvo EYEMS FOR. THE FJ3URT1I. Of jM en 's lJ'k - Furnishings ourt! r ""i" length of time. Tlio pood hh re as eagerly songht-a- s lire CUVcraeKers on tno fourth or July. T Ti"' Our display is brilliant but tho goods' are of lnsting quality. The show- EV" Ji'pfrliupp SbiriH T in:r of Necku-Kiir- . 'f? Summer Footwear r t hey can make a great savins from the usual cost of high grade shoes. We arc making prices on Are fortunate. Oxford Ties, Russet and Tan 0 0 -- n.i iuuvg and Underwear is particularly strong nud each article is'new anil stylish r .... vw wvwtwivv. 1 RICE& .......... ;...o a oat as J-IEICT- OI-ID. Successors to WALLACE & RICE. 4. auyofcr Shoes for men, women and children, which should bring everyone to the store, They arc new goods and and we are determined not to carry Lace "4fi llBusyBee Cash Store' Great Clear osMSs6saescesaaessescaGBasa ! .......... The Richmond Climax, WEDNESDAY. JULY 5, Dr. Hobson. Dentist; Oet- - Court Day. CUDAN RELIEF cures Colic, h'emnlfciaftnd Toothache A tremendous crowd was hero, and Planters.- In fivemlnuNf. Soiirstomach coutidornble business was transacted. and Summer Complaints. lTlcc, 25 Cents Heifers brought 4 cents, steers 5 rents, Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. G. 1899 but few sales. Sheep brought $0 to White. $3 75. Few horses sold. Have a place for everything and everything in its place. On The Circuit. ance Sale All-wo- is wild with excitement at the for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closinp; out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring nnd Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competi-tio- a stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. RICHMOND 6 eov a- o -- e a a H aplas laufc -- oo B 00 On the first counter o.our store jou wjlL find a seleetion of Clothiiift of whi6bi 3'ou - can tiike your choice at just OneHa.lf Price. teii ODt We find after the season's business, many lots which 'are broken, and in order ' to clean them up we have placed them all on the BARGAIN COUNTER at , . price. .For instance: A S5.00 SUIT FOR S2.50. A S10 SDiT FOR S5.00. . A S12.50 SUIT FOR S6.25. Don't let this opportunity pass. one-half 'a OS a a a o a 09 -- a a a a oa a a oa oa Covington & Mil ...... - as oa o a 1 aaaeaaaaaaoaeaaaaaaeoeoaoaeaaosaaaaaaaeaaaa A AVi-i word to the wise is sutIlciont.'", n' h II I t!'. ! ''e keep their blood pure with Sarsapnrdly and makes sure of StonfTechas taken "more measures for Units' tb.rir'ter this spring tliau'all the restcombined. New store, Main St. tf one tiling to talk and another to iiii-Uiiiig. s his arm. What a man likes most about a girl, is r' BWa 11 - m One-Four- th W 'Off will last: Cltfiiring Sale m By thSTorelbck iTypu want tlic benefit of the OiierFourth On all Heavy Goods such as Suits, Overcoats. Shoes, Un- OFF -- tea derwear, Hats, &c. H. J. STIEIE. I Children Catch Cold Mr. John R. Gibson is accompanying his horses in the northern circuit, be- - more prmIv than crown folks. and their ' inning at Dotroit. Tho following am constitutions will not permit of quiniup Wheat at Co cents is Prosperity Ins string: Henrietta, Onward Silver, or oth r radical treatment. Dr. BellV reva bimmons and Maude Emperor. is not only absolutely with a vengennce. . harmless, lint is pleasant to the tasto. Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children. 19c. per pair. Boy's S2 00 and $2.50 Knee Pant Knits go at Our PUBLIC SALS. Roberts'-mvniand is a certain cure for all coughs aud Dr. vtstordav de $3 50. $4 50 and So.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this populated Uiulimoud. Having decided to leave this place, colds. sale at $2.69, all stvles, "Cream of the Stock." Knee, rants, double Knee ami Children's Strictly . sell at . :. ,1 I r .. TpII neither of your faults nor those Ford went for loral option, but the undorslgned will Irvine, public aucuouojf rezti, ail uuior, wujiu. Jtiu. uui oair uiu Big Bov's Long Pants Cassimero Suits wort h S3 00 and Kentucky, of others. tion in the town of "Winchester uaiiiht it. $4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at Sl.ilS vours in this sale for 39c. on Monday, July 17, 1899, a nice lioui-0) ', havp uspJ Chamberlain's Cough Have vou been in StouUer's new aud lot 011 Main Street. The house. Big Boy's $7. $3, $9. and $10 l.ong Pant Suits, choicest which contains four rooms and a hall, Remedy in my fainilv for years and Boy's Sl.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits in. double breasted ( store, on jUuin street ? tf assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, is in condition, with neces with good rpHults," savs Mr. W. aud Kerfcr styh?s, neat and serviceable, aggs 3 to ) Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick ICO cattle at pens, I!4 to 5 cents. sary The lot is 40xlo0 B. Cooper, of Kl Rio, Cal. :'For small nnd fit in this sale at $4.98. 11, the price, in this clearance sale only 89c. ,200 sheep, $3 to $3 73 feet. Ti:is residence is located in the children we find it esperially effebest part of the town. ctive" For sale by Perry fc Thomas, -Stoutfer lias moved to Main street. lerms made known on dav of sale druggists. julyo-ln- i CHANCES next to John.Q. Tajjldr's. tf For further particulars call at this of MONEY FOR SAVERS Always speak potitely and kindly to fice, or address M ns. U. Thompson, -- Sherill Jieverie.v P. While was not Irvine, Kentucky. je28-3- t servants. killed, as reporiecl last week. White's Cream Vermifugo not only Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Men's Hood Cassimere Suits well made, in brown, blue For County Judge. Snm Carnenter's new residence effectually expels worms, hut is scotch mixtures, all sizes, wortli $. $0 and $7 will near Kuthtoii, burned Saturday. Ladies' DodroU Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 co In this sale at After repeated and urgent solicita a- a ton if, and is a certain and be closed iu this clearance sale at $21)8. 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace and consrress worth tions from friends, which $1 .50 wilt be dished out to you at S'.kz prr pair; Men's $1.75 and Jno. F. Wacers boutht 600 head of .of the substantial qualityleft no doubt permanent cure for chills and fever in $2 shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Ulaclc Vici and real of the call, children. Price 25 cents. Perrv and sheep Monday at gM-- J jer head. jMeu's Fine Suits, choice styles and qualities iu Russia leather $3 and $4 shoes, they go in this sale at l.t0. Judge John L. (;lieuault herewith an- Thomas. itilvo-lsingle and double breasted, sack and frocj; styles Capt. Rawlins' foot and side, in nounces himself a candidate forjudge, nud clays, every of fine imported woisteds Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. Postoflire Department has allowed bubject to tho action of the Democratic ured at Irvine, are getting better. two iidnitional rlcrks at Winrhester suit in the lot worth and Mild everywhere from party, at the .November election. wide Serges, Henirettas. cheviot eltccts, novelties, -- Full S3 to $12, take your'choico and pick in this salo nt Judge Cheuauit needs no comment Postoilice at salary of S500 and $300. line of road wasrons and buc- fancy weaves in black all double width goods worth 35c and 50c 4.08. ' gies at Higgins & Luxon's. my31-5- t in these columns. His life lias been per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. NothA Frank Statement. ing reserved. an open book and his acts, public and -- Finest line of neckwear' in the citv private, are known) of all men. MisLebanon Junction, K'v , .Inne23.18!9. Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which Organdies that were 25c and S5c per yard are now 12i,c in this sale; at Stouller's now store, Maid btreet. if takes he has made who has not? But Tho following: statement is made by Wash goods of all kinds cut half into: Men's Suspenders, mowill meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish his fitness his hair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. t dressers to a '"T." You ran mako your unrestriet- Call on HiL'sins it Luxou court dav countymen is all that he desires will William Metcalfe, of this place: to pass upon. Their vas suffering from impure blood and ed select inn from several hundred of these fashionfor special prices in vohicies. my31-o- t One lot of Slipper for ladies in sites 2'i, 3. 4. and some 8's that were is law and he will abide bv it. sick headaches, and after taking tluee garments worth from $14 to $10, able tailor-mad- o formerly sold at $1.25, $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this sale at bottles of ilnou's barsaparilla-- am feelRead tho 'Richmond Steam Laun 50c per pair. thev go iu this sale at $8.43. Mistake in Weighing Cattle. ing so much better that I recouuued dry's advertisement elsewhere in this issue. The case of H. F. Embry & Co.. this medicine to all sufferers." The Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods, Former price 75c Fine stock brokers, against the Bourbon experience of many others in this vicin -Mt.'Zion Mission Band meets next stock Yards Company went to trial ity proves that Hood s bnrsaparilia is and Sou per yard will be slaughtered iu this sale at40o per yard. Nothing teserved. Sunday at 4 p. m. Lewis Stnguer, y in the Law and Equity Division, the best medicine, money can buy. - IS w leader. White Underwear. Ladies' Ready-mad- e Special Clearance Sslesaving on Ladies' Ready-mad- e Dress Skirt's, Car- 1 Louisville. The plait tills claim thut iu Anyone can sit on a jury, hut it takes pets and Lnce Cuitaii'S, Thfse goods' have felt the keen tvlge of our cold steel and stand out to vou as the greatest Mr. John Dotv lias thirteen younir June, 1S'J7, they had a number of cat- a lawyer to sit on a witness. L A. W. bargains we aro ottering in thissale, ask to see them. "ASfcpSwIjc partridges thatwere Iiatched by a ban tle to be weighed them on the public Bulletin. caies, reporting that the aggregate tam lion. Not an article iu the entire big store loft untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping and a groat weight was l,155,l35 pounds It is To eradicate worms from the system r N: . V e must bav we see to get it is to actually give room for nur fall stock and the only-waspace cleanine sale fur us -- Mrs. Mary Weareu, wife of Geo. claimed that the stock was sold at this give the child plain, uoiirlsluug food away and throw nut sevnral thousand dollars worth of the host goods we have to our customers and let them profit by Wearen. died Wednesday at Rutlityu. weight and it was later discovered that and White's Cream Vermifuge. The itn. Incc Don't fail to attend this salo. will be, the worms will disappear mistake had been made and that the She leaves six children. cattle weighed 107550 more than was Hid the child become healthy and A Great Big Lot of Men's "Too Linen'M'ants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants ''the best" Xew York Mills StouiFer took more than 100 meas reported. Tho plaiutiffs say that they cheerful. Price 50 cents Perrv and Camlet, will be closed at 39u per pair. ures in one week for suits and punts. lost i4,ouobtj by the mistake, wlucn Thomas. julyMm Aew Blore, .Main street. tt sum they sued for". Bring along your CAH when you come fur these lmriralns and savo time and a refusal of credit, for this is a It is announced that Hettv Green's -- StoutTer sells moro clothing for spring suit cost $700. It was a lawsuit. CASH CLEARANCE SA LE to trake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfully,, PIGEON SHOOT. the moiiuy than any other clothier. N. V. Press. New store, Main street. tf J. Smith, Jr , Won. Thos. Our baby has been continually trouA beautiful Cluckering piano, made colic ami cholera predicted in last issue, T. J. bled with birth, and all that weinfantum As wo of mahogany, can be purchased from could do since his Smith, Jr., returned from the conven for him did not seem to give more than . W. iivans, Jr., lor jneH-t- l tion at Louisville and beat ail compe temporary relief, until we tried 's On a lunacy writ Julia Criegler. tition, with Harvey Chenault a close Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea colored, was tried and pronounced in- second, bee Fcore below: Remedy Kince giving that remedy RICHMOND, JIT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN sane, and on Thursday Deputy Broad-du- s T.J. Smith, Jr he him not been troubled. "Wo want to . Harvey Chenault.. took her to the asylum you this testimonial asau evidence give Elliott Smith you need it of our gratitude, not that John F. Wagers shipped to Cincin Dr. H. C. Jasper a to advertise your meritorious remedy. nati yesterday, two car loads of lambt, Dr. V. II Hobson G. M. Law, Keokuk, Iowa. For sales two of cattle aud two of hogs, all bought T. T. Covington 1111 oy lvrry ei riiomns, druggists. from parties in this county. E. E. Mitchell K. K.Turlev II The manly art of self defense con Hons. J. W. Oaperton.W. B.Smith, W. R. ltcher 10 sists largely thee days of an iusanily T. Jackson, W. T. Harris, S K. B. C. D. Chenault - 10 plea. Black and others spoke yesterday at P. H. Thorn 10 A lazv liver may bo only a tired liver, Udrues Mill bridge at tho picnic. U loe Chenault. Is your liver tired? Does it tail to Digeslcs 4 of a starved liver. A sticK is all right -- Mr. 11. G. Kenc, agent for Harding L. P. Evans for the back of a lazy man. But it flo its duty? If so don't neg'ect its call & Biohm, the largest piano aud organ would be a savage as well as a stupid Dyspepsia Tablets positively cure all (or help. A few dot-eof Herhine may dealers in the United States, lias an ad thing to beat a weary man or a starv- forms of dyspepsia, indigestion and savo you a spell of sickness. Herhine y box at is 25c a s Clivertisement elsewhere in work. other stomach troubles ing mm because he lagged the only perfect liver mediciiip. It Just before retiring, If your liver Is bo 111 treating the Iuirgmg iu his it is a all druggists. max. Read it. liver rnresr.liills aud fver. Price fiOc Perry sluggish, out of tuue and you feel dull, jul5-l& Thomas bilious, constipated, take a dose ol great mistake to lash it with drastir -- We are closing out all our goods ill cases out of a drugs Iu niuetv-niu- e It's a fowl trick for nature to make a order to remodel, our house. Clothing, d man chicken- hundred a torpidfor sluggish liver is nineon-tocThe Rdssell county grand jury after ats, shirts at your owu body, hearted. hut a symptom of an a wepk's sessions returned seventy-tw- o A price at btoullers new Main street OF OUll MANY LEADEKS FOIl THIS And you'll be all right In the morning. whose organs are weary with overwork. indictments. M010. next dojr to rdiuiers Isatiunal Let your liver alone. Start with the Prevented Consumption is Bank. . ti ? WEEK: stomach and its allied organs of digesWhon good eoniiw to anyone, by giving early attention to a cold, B3j4M4gNUBIAK TEA cures Dyspcp-ilw't'v- a 300 saiunle bUmmer coats and When anvone suffers, speak a wind oi tion and nutrition. Put them in pro- whether slight or severe. A cfild quickv sia, Constipation and Indiper working order, and see howqllicklj vtsts just opened, jn all thu latest aud sympathy. i gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. your liver will become active and enor-L'eti- ly disappears when Dr. Bell's nest styles, at Ites tliaii'manufacturels. is taken. This remedy makes Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. coat 10 be closed out Mouller's new Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Those who Mvh on farms aro liable clothing house, Maui street, opposite to many accidedtal cuts, burns and hax made many marvelous weak lungs strong. 2oc at all druggists Q. White. s .Madison .national uauK. nres of '"liver trouble" bv iis wondertt bruises, which heal rapidly whim Bal -promptly ap ful ronlrol of organs of digestion and lard's fcnow Uniiupnt Dr. G. lioldsiein. the' expert .on-- plied. Price 2 and is 50c. Perry & nutrition. It restores the normal acart this id ticiau of Louisville, who hus fitted Thomas. jy6-li- n tively i. the stomach, increases the OtTuJ till many of our; best citizens with gla-se- s t.&cdiririi secretions of the blood making glands, wlUla JCO nllnifrtlitci,.! will trail rnUIilur UCIMX nt FRUOUT C. 0. Jr D. SAT during the past two weeks, lias decided Carefullv clean the snow and mud cleanses tlm system from poisonous ac- SUBJECT TO KXiXlSlTIOI, Jt.0 ea insist It ti .r frtlf hi drit t.4 If rs4 nro-isijiii. rsarccTLi BiTisricToui. nxtcrLT js to remain 111 Kiciiuiond until Saturday. from your feet on entering the house. cumulations, and so relieves tho liver HI AT --XT1IL1T soo.oo i. sit. oo THt KuruuscxTEu. SQAI.1 100toYt SAW, CSAXOtST 8 ml, uufu&Lciii una uau u uomi uusuiesa of the burdens imposed upon it by the t urrai(H OUR 5PEC1AU HKlUc.S38.90, To be Hnpoy lurinir his stay here, aud all sueak in and freight charges, lers the S1.0Q sent with order. detection of other organs. highest tennis of his work. WP M1KP THIi TOP Rlinr.Y is oca ow mctobt h carcioo, or cheerful or useful is next to an iin- Another destructive storm swept msken pat In Sli-u- bossies. Latest Stylo For IS99. oJr, pnssiblity when one is suffering from all 14x54 from the Best Seasoned W ood. er, Xtest Tust Mooer Can For Scat. iliscomfoiting cold or a nanty little over Nebraska Sunday night. Build. Es4 Sprisss, as Illustrated, or Itrewuer SUeBor. War.lt, lllffh Grade 8c re wed Kim Sarren's Tatcct. Tep, tt luily Six room1 over Higgins& Ellis' gro rough. If you are down inthemouth" Inperfcct digestion and assimilation Uutber lleavily Lined, fan elds and back eart&lns. rtluUnt.Casran. , cery store for tent for otlices or resident. from the effects ol a rotiirh or a cold. green teed equal to any buirrr "orl.-- nodj li;k. produce disordered conditions of the or lied. Caaalttrrisr. 1150.00rr... intk b4r eleth r K.ss Lettaer. b.avr apply to J. T. .McUlintuck, Kiciiuiond, hyou will find your delight iu the use of svstem, which grow aud are coufitmed S38.90 IS 008 SPECIAL PRICE hr UpWmlrla, Mulint, f.ll learlh side lJ bu cirtsl.s, tlsrw sad tksfu. CBARANTtf 0 TWO TlAfJ "1 lilt tpm. cst. wrtara. je28-tKentucky. a 2oc bottle ol Ur. Jiell's Jfine-rar- by neglect. Heroine gives tone to the .p. whitk FOR rar BCCOT cmtOCCX. YOU CAfl MAKE S500X0 ThisalireUme. NrnmVilil;.lll,l Tear Selhntr 3 Iloney. Druggists sell it. TOTJ CAN SEM. if yoh SOaCO. DON-DELAV. sionifch. and causes good digestion. BOOOIKS. ORDiSR OUT! Will Probated. Address, SEARS, ROESUCK & CO. (Inc.). CHICAGO. EL. jyE-lPrice COc. Perry & Thomas. Look for in everything, and ' apr5-6The will of Mrs. Maltie McCreary take a cheeiful view of everv event. Next door Richmond National Hank. PE0KE 107. Tli thirteenth annual assembly of Broustou was aduiittel to record on Monday, county court day. She divides . Persons troubled with diarrhoea will the Kentucky Chautauqua began at her estate, consisting of a resideuce, he interes'rd in tho experience of Mr. Lex in 'ton la-i- t week. business iiouses, bank stock, etc, lie W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Uorrauce, A Kujiirs twe'eu her lroiher, JJ011. Jas. li. Mc- Providence, R. I He sas: "For severCreary, nud her nephew, H. 11. Mc- al years I have been almost a constant The pleasant flavor, trentle action, and sulferer from diarrhoea, the frequent soothing effect of Syrupof Fivs.when In Creary, iu equal shaies. !W"They Rt The Feet as Nature Intended." attacks completely prostrating me and need of a laxative, and if thq father or tl Will Announce For Jailer. rendering me unfit for mv duties at mother bo costive or bilious the mos- MX Wo are authorized to state that at this hotel. About two years ago a gratifying results follow is use; so that r the time Mr. Peter G. 1'arrish, traveling salesman kindly gave me n it isevery best family reniPdy a Known family should have bottl small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic aud of Caleust, will nuuouiico his candi dacy tor Jailer of Madison county, suh Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy. Much Manufactured by the California Fig sump Co. 11s "rpns.e .ami X1M. iectto .the actiou of the Democratic . r m ...II ..w euecis s 1 muiiniiniu party. Mr. I'arnsh is an original Irea 'f" Tn the churches at Km taw a prayers tf silver Democrat and has been a faithtul symptoms of the disease I would fortify were offered Saturday for tho Louisville worker iu the party. We kuow of no '"yseu against ti e suiacjt wiui a low convention. doses of this valuable remedy. The man that deserves an office for faithful result has been vorv satisfactory and set vices mom thuu does Mr. Parrish. CUBAN OIL cures almost complete relief from the afflict Cut, Bums, Bruises, Rheu by Perrv fc Thomas. Shooting Scrape. ion." bor sale T julyo-U- n matism and Sores. JPricc, 25 cents. On Monday Hilly Turpin, of near druggists. & Thomas, successors to W. Waoohad a cjuarrel over a wagou on Hide your own troubles, but watch Sold by Perry Water btreet with Alton King, of the to helii others out of theirs. A hole iii one's pocket isn't" desini-ablsame .neighborhood lurnin drew a hut. how about tho lout 111 that of there is a different pistol and his brothor a. 1. Turpin, ono'rt landlord? then up ids hand and received tho a real difference, a vast difference Finely mado-o- f soft "VELVETTA" kid on strictly and bullet in his wrist the same nail passing batween Dr. Bull's What among bumin Ills are. more a anatomleal ,they ure the m(st comfortiible and most perfeut- through King's hand as it rested over and any other coiiidi, cold or lung rem annoying-'thapile-- ? The afflictions his heart, passing on through his edy. Jjnsiues cutting ittinp; Oxfords yet'-devisefor woman's wear. prevent active exercises are bail clothes and barely breaking thu flesh, curing the rough or the phlegm and that cold at once, it enough, but one that makes even rest "in the wrist was trilurpiu's wound jBeTLIKE THE FAMOUS soothes tho irritation heals tho bron- - miserable is worse. jWnmnn ore among" fling, though painful, aud King's hand and exhilarates the lungs. 25c its greatest martyrs Tablet's Buck-ny- o was not badly damaged. Pile Ointment will "euro the mnst at all good drilggUts. obstinate cases. Price. 60c in bottle, Prodigy Never interrupt any conversatlon.bnt tubes 75c. Perry & TIioiuhh. jy5-lA prophet is not without hor.or, save watcii patiently your turn to speak No man's head is level until it has in his owu country. You have heard Freezing Weather la July been bumped on all sides. that aud niuy be able to tell its origin. THEY THE FEET AS MATURE INTENDED. Bui it applies somewhat here and now. Would cause gret discomfort and loss When tho Bicycle catalogues were out but fortunately ft is seldom known and Eczema. Tetter, the name of Master Don Wiggins was A vast amount of misery is caused at The intense itching and smarting incil.T.miPss Millp.r" '(ivfnrds ""''All wrimpn fyin inserted as a local trick rider of ability . this season, however, by dent to these diseases is instantly allayed . r wit.Ii the .assurance of ciijoyingrasolutefootcorafort. who would entertain the crowd; some" ished blood, poor appetite and gener by .applying Chamberlain's Eye and JUut when our local guys less tailed al debility. These conditions may be okin Oiutinent. Many very baa Only to be bad: o.!l.is'iti "'ftris-bit'- . scs little friend clad in white, android had .rqmedied by erricmnfr the blood and have been permanently enred by it. Jt finished his exhibition .the audience toning the stomach with Hood's Sar is equally efficient for itching pile3 art was divided in its opinion as, to whether saparilla. This medicine seems to put v favorite remedy for sore nipplen; Mr. Howell, the expert trick rider from now life into tha whole physic.! syi" happed hands, chilblains, frostbites TrT-Pulls, was superior to "Qur little man, tern, simply because of its wonderful mu chronic Boro eyes.. 25 ete. per bos. Wiggins, bulfico to sny.he won a race. power to purify, enrich and vitalize and that also is another feather in his the bloodi create an appetite aud inDr. Cftij's Powfers are can. as" we beliave thut he was the only vigorate the digestive luctions, We just what a horse needs wfeea iu oad "' c one of our city entries to hog a first Jadvjge you to set a bottle and try it coBtiitififi. Tonltj, biool purjftcr a ad lQU.WiSDt KY. 207'TyEST MAT!!? . 3 Little Don is all right, and the if youii net feeling ju-- rijjlit, It vurmifsujo, nrlz. Tbey ot food but ? Oimax ciis!Unu mi v other hovof his ill do fan more good than & Six uiodiclne aad ih to ia agjj.iti Kowtitukyto beat ujnrnt, trick. woka vitiation, 4t tlm 15 w4u Um (a prime " per rpij) jof jTijgigpf jftp tjd Fair Catalogues are out. "Wheat Go cents, anil small crop. Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. y -- 1 1 1 1 -- 'I . first-cla- t r if M MI! - :i All-wo- All-wo- '! i 1 Jai-qnad- t k Cham-onrlnin- - W. D. HAM & COMPANY. ' - V, to-da- THIS FEW m H&oit's Pills d. duck-legge- rej-iic- . ' HI r. Tibs Best Granulated Sugar lor Good Roast Coffee nor lb.. Lenox f Soap per cake, 81.00 9e 3e ONE DOLLAR s cs NCI 5 o We can, save you MONEY on FLOUK. Come and be convinced. f. - J. T. Beasley & Co y m the-prope- I "JENNESS MILLER" .... .... :t p. Planters 'Ik' I . n. OXFORDS vARE HERE! ln-gien- ie d .v prlricips m NNESSMILLER" SHOES. 'i wip Salt-Itheu- m Oxfords aw. FIT "Jennessliikr" t rATT-- T ' A O TITi TS !- 0 "rA , -- t bt bf cUiat. pt .fS"" ft;;.. o Our Goods 'AND Here's See ExtrMrdrnrj Itr Ckaace. Offers by The Climax. Csanly Court Bays. Our prices The Climax wants five hunred new subscribers bv the first of thenew year. In order to reach this end, some ex traordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers. I Baby Thrive t Does the t ? 1 The Climax and The "Week Compel you to trade with us t 4, the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- ville daily evening post, $3. tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting ilTillil The Richmond Climax and them in the form most refreshing' to the Courier-Jou- r taste and acceptable to the system. It Twice-a-wee- k is the orie perfect strengthening laxanal, both for one year $1.60 tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers The Climax and "Weekly gently yet promptly and enabling one habitual constipation perThe ladies cannot be deceiv ed to overcome Its perfect freedom from Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. manently. every objectionable quality and subThe Climax andOhioFarm, by catch' phrases nor stance, and its acting on the kidneys, All liver and bowels, without weakening $1.00. bombastic claims. The Climax can also fur we buy or irritating them, make it the ideal ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 when vou jrive us a trial. The Climax and either An Excellent Combination. the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. Strut of Figs,- manufactured by the" The Climax and the Louis Caufoiinia Fio Syrup Co., illustrate - If not. somcthinC must be wront with its food. If the I uu u ill 9 limn uui.311 i nuui- ish it, she needs SCOTT'S FMIII CtnN It oinnlipc. tho elements of fat required for t the baby. H baby is not nourished by its artificial food, then it requires Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark couutv, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. Big Times at Stanford. ALL. WOMEN r that the 'Old Xlnia" Remedy, Shonld'kno-- PLEASE I Scott's Emufsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle wjll have the desired 11 tromc in haio a effort magical effect upon babies Judging from tho following item in the Lincoln Democrat, the people over Is the best for Female TrenMss. Corrects all lrroBUlarltlos In Kemalo Organs. Should bo taken fnr Chscre ol Lite ond before Planters "0!i Tla'' have stood tho test for twenty years. Madaonly by i, I In the manufacturing in the best markets of are used,process of are pleasant to figs nish any paper published in as they the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the the United States or Europe the world, select the remedy are obtained from goods, and when you other aromatic plants, by senna and at reduced rates. a method the California buy you know you have known to In order to get itsFig Srncr Co. only. beneficial la-te- st we have to say is, laxative- - and children. A hitv-cebottle will prove the truth or our statements. Should be taken la summer as nt well as winter. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chcmlits, New York. thero are going to elevate hades and shove a log under It: Terry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W, dccS-l"Stanford proposes to celebrate the Q. White. 4th of July this year in a manner ap- All druggists soil Dr. Mllea" Nerve Plasters. propriate to the day. It is proposed to have a procession with traction and fire engines, hook and ladder companies, belts riiiciiig, whistles tooting, floats with different business houses represented, brass, bauds, .1 choir of 100 voices, patriotic speeches, balloon ns censious, bicycle races, fire workr, Japanese lanterns, etc. Look out for the mammoth posters. Everything tree." T''.iae:i.. GADDRQ?CA!IHET SEND XO MONEY Ait, 1UA0IC& 11 THTCUt OtOEt, found G a EAT EST BlKGUl TOO KTIU HKiKI) OK, rrrifktacrat Our Special Offer Price 515 50 .nd frWzht cbarves. The machine wWirhs ISO pound and the frefffht will average 14 centa foe each &0O miles. CIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In your own home, and we will retain your 110 vny day you are not fattified. n !! rl XarfcWa at 98.10, aiO.00, $11.01. hIm aa4 ffr4 af lz.uuaaaaB, an ran aowria4 la iar Ir Brlar Xbla Calalar hrifcla DROP DESK CABINET BUBDIC2C fctS.5.50 la the greatest value ever oScred by any house. rilMC. t your nearest ireiEnc uepos loactvaextunine MiuraclArr, exact! repratetitx). SEWINQ MACHINt -- we win wn.l too njn HISH ns. and o. uq D. ..bjMt i tit. jw iKfiESniWKrnBsJ waxWmmm 'The We endorse the war carried to success for the freedoui of the enslaved Cubans; and we appreciate and honor the cour age and heroism of our soldiers and sailors therein engaged ; but we declare the conduct of the present national administration as to the Philippines to bo repugnant to every line of the bill Tif rights, tho constitution aud tho declaration or independence. In the matter of State affairs, the platform indorses the election law passed by the last Legislature, known as the "Goebel law" nnd the law "to prevent extortionate, unfair and discriminating freight rates by tranpor-tntio- n companies," both of which wore passed over Gov. Bradley's veto, The law to insure competition in the sale of schools books is nlso indorsed. fool killer mopes by his cave Ring in the new Ring out tho false Ring la the true " 3g to you the new and true from tho Wf plney forests of Norway the latest, up-to-da- te goods. Is that what you printed on the front of every package. want? If so, trade with CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FBANCXBCO. in the glen all the livo long day and effects and to avoid imitations, please THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM successor of Win. Lindsay in the United night, which his victims throng in the States Senate. remember the full name of the Company ADOPTED BY THE CONVENTION AT LOUIS VILLE LAST SATURDAY. lOUISVIIAE. KT. NEW YORK. it. T. For sale by alt Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle. Jan5-l- cai y eGitao , EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVENTION &YRUP PEPSinl 'CURES CONSTIPATION.il DR. CALDWELL'S B Indianapolis, Ind., JULY 20-2- 3. 7S99. Only One Fare Round Trip W.HiHoshal&Co Commission Except that from points within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and Fare for Hound Trip not to exceed one dollar. One-thi- rd Merchants.. "BIG - FOUR" Sheep, Tickets will be on sale from all points July From points within 75 miles of Indianapolis on July 19, 20. 21, 22 and 23, 1893. Returning tickets will be (rood to leave In dianapolis to July 21th, with a proviso that if tickets are ueposueu wiin joint ageni at Indianapolis not later than July 21th, and payment of fee of SO cents at the time of deposit, tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis td and including August 20, 1899. For full information regarding tickets, rates and routes and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four Route," oraddressthcundersigned. 19,20,21. Gen. Southern Agt. Uen. Pass. &Tkt Agt W. P. DALE, A. O. P. A... Cincinnati, Ohio. lit t, Bon d Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, Telephone 734G. O. ESTA11 information regarding livo Consign block cheerfully furnished. sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. DROPSYSE --nll-tl Timetable liavH cured days allemt all "vmptomsremoT-Testimonial- s nnd TKI DATS treatment f re. DR. H. H. GKEEH'S SOItS, Box K. Atlanta.Ga. howlfM. In ten ours AT-r-f-M- - 1 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. TITb EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY! man is who lias n good, sound, re miner mm. He can most refreshing name carriage tlie thought that when Coolest and rest secure in of drinks that can be found lie has one of our well made, reliable runabouts, in the city are dispensed nh.t'tons, carriaees.road cart, whale- or that come and accommo- bono speeders, the road, his wagon never by may on what way. clerks. e have one of the dating win jive tlnest stocks of road wairons. rocka Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. wnys and rubbprtired hucgicH in Itich- JOHN DONELSON.Prop'r., llioutl. Kentucky Carriage Works, up-to-da- te Second St. Phone 3. RICHMOND, KT. out Pn,n Book of par wK tlculars fent FREE rrSHTlDR B. M WOOllEt CO. 4. uiuce, 101 North J'ryor St -- nd r a ruredwhiskey Fablti at home u wlth-aVf- -- 135ECONOMIST RANGES a ) At.aitK. a 2 I : : :3 Z CO :::s m -- SEg K f -- ta 2 2 o g W M s !?3 W w 2go2ooo ST3- V, 3 a DOW o oooa 5 Roofing', Guttering and General 1 -- i f win, COMPLETE BLISS Mikes tbe Job Work. 332HH323 REGEN ERO. Weak a wars 3333 , 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 189G. Our faith in bimetallism is vindicated by events. Tlfo necesbity for the restoration of the double standard was acknowledged by. tho President and Congress in 1897 when a commission was sent to Europe to entreat other nations to aid in establishing bimetallism, and tbe failure of the commission to secure European confirms the 'friends of free coinage in their belief that relief can only come by the 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 opposi Hon to it is confined to those who oppose bimetallism at any ratio and to those who misapprehend or ignore the rea- led three national conven tions to adopt it. We denounce the present Republican national administration for its reckless extravagance in the conduct of public affairs; for its cruel nnd inhuman neg lect it its treatment of our soldiers nnd sailors during the late Spanish war; for its complete subordination to the interest of organized wealth; for its protection and encouragement of trusts and combinations; nnd especially for its appointment and retention in ofllce of an attorney general devoted to the interests of trusts and combinations. "We call attention to the incompetency of the present Eepublican administra tion in Kentucky; to the abuses and scandals in the management of penitentiaries and asylums while under Redublican control, and we commend the wisdom of the last general assembly of Kentucky in the enactment of laws which secure tho wise and economical administration of the peniten tiaries and other public institutions of the State under Democratic control; to tho increase in tiie rate of taxation ; to the vetoing of all Democratic legiela tipn favorable to the interests of the people and hostile to the oppressions nnd extortions of organized wealth. Wo believe the truBt 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 lias 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 McKinley 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 ns the re moval of the causes. The ment of independent bimetallism atlG to 1 and the repeal of all protective tar-i- lf 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 law should be known as the anti-tru- st so amended as to make unlawful any agreement, combination or arrange ment by corporations or individuals tinder which, in the carrying on of any business, the prices charged should thereby be fixed, controlled or regulat ed. And we believe' that the law should be further so amended ns to provide that all contracts mnde by any combination, generally known as a trust, in any kind of business shall be voil and not enforcible as to such trust or combination, and we especially demand that nil trusc 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 tho United States by the Democratic nationnl convention of 1000. "We recommend to the Democracy of Kentucky J. C. S. Blackburn as the sons-whicli haunts of men imd Houridli and thrivo Tho fellow who in their might. croaks at another man's jokes, and laughs in n hilarious tone at every mistake will simmor and bake w hen the fool killer garners his own. The man who talks politics out in the rain, and works for the party's own good, who yells himself hoarse for some other man's gain and let his wife split her own wood; the men who despise 'Ring out the old Tertttiiirncs, ottering T.rtmu indnetmrnu Wrli. XKIUBIH LID Hill) AKI JOT. rTVJT"? H 1 1 rj. A BEWARE OF IMITATIONS t,mm r I" ouriUl vlv uuiiuurjoji, Jl nr. Hckl..v uniler rarloa. name, with rrtt4 la Clicii. al le.ni k. ar. n wrr xnnixs IJTfKOTrasTT. ktiht nuon raT or xtket men liRoa jivum inr, "nitu tut Ill IIIK IiKKT Jl AKKI! I AMFI-I U1I TIIlillKfcTilA'JJ DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey !'?' ill" SiVl 1 ,2-- V" 1' K St j. nSVll . J-- - PEPSlN kY&UPINDIGESTION. Ill CURES ' DR. CALDWELL'S The Groat l Slrooi. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. he must . X.-- -- 'i.vMUdtlgor, all suITcrcm from Seminal Weak. '"SX'Wncy. Varicocele. Sermattorlica, ,?!s, IkMIv F.iuljsIon., Lost Rraln nml JluicuUr Power Vcak Jlemory. Wakefalness, Evil Dreann. Despon- '.v 1 1 iili uii trurris oi uen. ini ' or excess nnd Indiscretion, hldi iinflu ... .... '1'ami.si.uuyorniarriiice. cr.ntoniT intlio root of tlin Uvasc-th- Jlf.K.t:RO at Is why t. It oui-Id i rrneh of rvrrv American. tnuranttvi to mrt cn of N. rvona Dcl.llity or v.i.tlns Dl'tvv. It ncti Mwrrfullr and uuUklr. Man. I'hy.leallv IV rrrel. I. .r rnull Tilie up or tCKCi i:Eltt). Youns men will re. ilnUirlr lot nianliuul, ncil Old Jlen will reeorei tielr yfintlifal vljor. It Invigorates ami restores tc .11 JilayH now nlihln cay u flip? Kolary Motion and iw ;t Kwi'ltrlv rizoraml Action andrestorcs . Ire or oiitli. It It a marvelous Olooil I'url- r iliatlswliy llio Pink low comes hark lo In.lstnpon h.nln; ItEKENEKO i: U? : rl ii lii mi iKxki-tUy mall gtl.ee per . . - tlx P3,W). Ue rlieerfully refund lni. ..; k lrr . Ail.! es Hie American Ofllce of . jnRQPA''XMEOICA!.GO.t?ob: For sain In nirlimnTiH k. Druggists. t. m. sept2I.ly. experience: 50 YEARS' ail Bearings Copyrights Ac qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an miBuiHin ioiddid rnwnunuL inmmnniM. tlonsstrlctlrconadentiAL. Il&iidtxvinn sent free. Oldest agencr tor serunnr wtecu. Jf Patents taken throneh 3turui X Co. recetrs oeeiof notlre. without chsrra. In the trade marks Designs I'tnt. Sctetttfffc flmerkaii, weeklr. Tjinrcst of any aclentaic innrnaL Terjis. 3 a rear : lour Tiiontm. at toia oy mi newMeaJers. A handsomely llloitrated a For sale .by Blno Grass Furniture Co., JUc4ood, Ky. CJ, K r -- D U WiiUtita, I . C 27 the man who- allies himself to the wrong party's throne, will try in the blaze in halcyon days when the fool killer gamers his own. The man who tries hnrd to show off his shape the brainless, insipid galoon who goes to n picnic nnd puts on a cape for a bonSOLD OY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS net and tries to look cute, will meet a Qcttlea Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes sad doom in the gathering gloom, and a a mbb u n BE SURE YOU GET the world will not sigh at his moan AftBaoUrsAnfin onI mnvo ,.uw any remedy equal to Jr. BeU a l'tae-Volcanic Eruptions when he feels the kerwhack on the It elves qnlrlc and permanent relief Sr. Boil's Fint-Tar-KM- iy as conchs androids. It makes In Rrtp Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob small of his back and tho fool killer xmlc. I as weUetronc. Mrs. II. A. MetcuUe, nnes Peducah.Ky. life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, garners his own." Powhattan Post. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. cures them, also Old, Running nnd THE PASSING OF PROTECTION. Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, TNew Y6rk World Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. When Andrew Cornegie declared, Best Pile cure on earth Drives out four years ago, that the making of Pains nnd Aches. Only 23 cents a box. steel in this country was no longer an Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry & 'infant industry" in need ol extrava Thomas, Drupgests. 0 gant protection, he was denounced as a ''traitor" to his party. A CANNON SHOT He proceeded to demonstrate that he Dissolves a Tornado and Saves an Oklahoma spoko the truth by taking contracts for Town. sjeel mils in Russia in competition jarsggtigsnq gygggsgtffiaaj with British nnd German manufacturd tornado passed over ers. And this year A the American southern Oklahoma and would proba mnkers of stoel mils, structural steel, bly have blown away the town of Hen- machinery and various other products nessey had not n large cannon been of iron have not only underbid Eurodischarged into it Tho cannon was pean contractors on their own ground, discharged into the funnel-shape- d but in China, Japan and other remote EAST LIBERTY, PA. cloud when it was within fifty yards markets. or more of tho town. The cloud imNow comes Mr. Havemeyer, PresiOFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. mediately disso)ved. dent of the Sugar Trust, with his teswas tho second tornado which timony This that "the mother of all trusts is Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. has passed near Hennessery this sum tho customs is thp nearest point to the Eastern market. tariff bill," nnd his blunt mer and been burst bv firing a cannon. op Indianapolis for Baltideclaration that Best Distributing The citizens recently purchnsed four There probably is not aii industry more, Washington, Philadelphia, New York and all large guns and placed one in each TT!m st.prn rn:i.rkp.r,s. requires n protection of more than quarter of the town. A man is hired that 10 per cent, ad valorem, and it is to Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all torto watch the ennnon and when a perobtain what is provided over sui-other kinds of stock. nado comes along he is to load and flro. centage in the tariff that leads to the Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. In this way no tornado can blow away formation of what are commonly the town, tho inhabitants assert. John spoken of as "trusts." PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY. R. Hoades is the inventor of this The enormous growth during the s scheme. He has arranged to put past year of our exports of manufacaround several other western tured products, all highly protected, may 31 3m towns. Ex. proves the absurdity ns well as the injustice of the McKinley-Dingle- y 50 per BOB TAYLOR TO BACHELORS. cent, tariff, while the extraordinary My Dear Old Solitary Who mends multiplication of trusts attests the truth your socks? Do you sow on your own of Mr. Havemeyer's stnteuient. The buttons? How long does it take you Democrats in the campaign of next AND BUY YOUR to thread tho needle? Why don't you year will not bo so afraid of the high brush the cobwebs out of your souls tariff issues ns they appeared tobelti nnd straighten up and get a good wife 1S90. to do all these things for you? , What "We pay the Highest and sell WHY NOT? pleasure do you find in this world for the Lowest Prices on earth. without n partner? It is not good Tho friends of a well known rich that a man should live alone. The contractor nnd Democratic politician world owes you a rib and you ought to at Washington profess to be "astoundhave your old ribs cracked if you don't ed" at tbe news of his marriage to a RICHMOND, KY. Cor. Main and Cheapside. collect the debt. "handsome typewriter girl" employed Why don't you rig up your matri- - in one of the fashionable hotels at tho mouial tackle, old boy, nnd go anglin capital. for a "frau?" Your old pantaloons Ou the day before this news came look mighty lonesome hnnging there fashionable socioty in an other southern in that old dustv wardrobe without city was "shocked and surprised" at some calico "lo keep them company, learning of tho marriage ol a rich manYour room is a poor paradise without ufacturer of "high social standing" to n, fair Eve to adorn it I know what a "beautiful llower girl" who had is the matter with you; you are afraid stolen his heart while selling him of grocery bills and dry goods bills, boutonnieres. and doctor's bills, and curtain lectures, In both these cases the natural quesand the overthrow of your indepen tion of a freo-bor- n American is why dence and freedom of speech, or else not? Is not the selling of flowers as you are afraid to "'pop tho question," honest and respectable a business for and thus lose n golden opportunity by a woman as the making of nails is for simply looking at her nnd grinning a innn? And is not a young woman like a basketful of 'possum heads. who has proven equal to sustaining herself and her character in a public Story of a Slave- "correspondence office" quite like to To bo bofind hand nnd foot for years bo both bright enough and good enough uy mo cunins ot aiseaso in the worst for any contractor, however rich? form of slavery. Georgo D. Williams, Kb man, whatever his station or howof Mancboster, Mich., tells how such a ever much money hohasmade,"stoops" slave was made free. He says: "My in marrying an intelligent, virtuous wife has been so helpless for five years and loving American girl who has had that she could not turn over in bed sufficient capacity and lo alone. After using two bottles of Elec earn an honest living. New York trie Bitters, she is wonderfully im World. proved and able to do her own work." This6upreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, sleep lessness, melancholy, headache, faint ing and dizzy spells. Tills miracle working medicine is a godbend to weak, No lady would take her watch when sickly run down people. Every bottle out of oruer, to the first person who dis-filnvpi mipA ...... tll. ctfrn l Wtnl,A P"fj - - guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by J and Repaired."f" But she would carefully Perry & Thomas, Druggists. 0 enquire for a man whose acknowledged TiiEitK is one doorkeeper on guard to sicut entitled mm to take in charge the delicate mechanism. whom 10 to 1 must embrace tho golden How much more careful should a rulo, the ten 'commandments i!W and ev woman be, when she herself is erything else that is for the good of not to entrust the delicate and complex mechanism of her being to the mankind, and to whom "William Jen first man or woman who displays the nings Bryan is the greatest that ever sign " Medical Advice Given." No sign is to be trusted which says "Medical has been, is or will bo. This doorkeeper was holding one of the side Advice Given" and stops there. Medical advice can be given only by a. phyports when Mr. John B. Cheuault, a lives a happy wife. She writes: " I sician. An accreditea physician will put enndidate for Auditor, camo up. .Mr, have used Mother's Friend before his title with his name. Suppose a sign reads, "Medical Advice Given by a Chenault, in the excitement, bnH lost two confinements. The last time I had FOUND ONLY AT THE Man." What woman would not in- his badge. He was in a hurry 6b get twins, and was in labor only a few min1 stantly say, "The fact of being a man inside before they should springBoine- - utes. Suffered very little." The reason why doesn't qualify him to give medical ad- thlng. vice. He, must be a Jhysician to do "Can't pass without a badge," that.' But suppose the sign reads: " Medical Advice Given by a Woman." growled Qercbus." Is not the fact just as jatent that being "But I'm a candidate," said Mr. does expectant mothers so much a woman does not qualify her to give good is because it is an external liniment, medical advice. The woman must be Chenault. DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. "Now lopky. here," said the door to. be applied upon the outside, where a physician to do that. Medical advice given by an unskilled woman is just as keeper, surveying tho candidate froiii much of the strain comes. It helps the pores of the skin readily absorb dangerous as if given by an unskilled head to foot ks if to determine just' it, and it comes into direct contact with . man. how small a specimen he was, "thero and is absorbed by the parts involved. Ih inviting sick and ailing woman to , on tho Morning tsickriess is quickly banished, consult him by letterWithout charge. ain't but one man, by Dr. Pierce points to an experience and whole earth that can pass this hero and nervousness is kept completcfy away.. The sense of dread and foreboding is not practice of over thirty years, devoted door without a badge." experienced, even during labor Itself. Bin- specially to diseases peculiar to women. who's that," asked Mr. Chen- Confinement i3 short and almost without "Well, In that time Dr. Pirce and his associate pain. Recovery is quick and sure. Best "", . suit 'oi medical specialists have success-rall- ault? of all, treated more than half a million "William Jennings'. Bryan," shouted unborn .Mother's Friend benefits the just as much as the expectai J? the doorkeeper.. mother, and when the little one comes . as strictly private and sacredly confiden- However, a friend who had iuflucnce will be stronn, lusty and healthy. iiai. welters are pjomptiy answered, and the answers are mailed in perfectly plain came np and introduced yMr. Chenault BnifSisfc: scU Mother's Pricni far St e fcottte. envelopes, without any printing upon lo the doorkeeper, with the result Send for oar free tiooVon tha subject, that 1;. imhl-l- y them. Write without fee and without t Jinulr itlcuti'Kted. the candidate, soou found himself hx fear ta Dr. R. V. Piero, chief consultREGULATOR CO. ieiuijnfsti Tlte BRADI-1ELing physician to the lav lid' Hotel koi the same clwe with Willtalli 'ATLANTA. OA. "? Brym." Louisville Post. Sarpcal lBitttU, lhak, tf. Y, m mtm mtmm m 1 woll-define- Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g causeof that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. ii rlI . 'I4 ,''11 a. A'L f JAW ;'t f AV "f ' Vil "2 . i ri:"". .''i- - irt'r.liopnrl n'dl. d'AHAnCFO ' .ry A OUVnTE'l SAWED OAK one la.uvi rtinht.ow m ichjne r lorcd u'fT ' 1. to he wd a a tr tab:, uni r mpm with fnll Irppth tai-la id bcut in plae for sewnik? i - nr, , 1WJ lrUi trm9 earred. fancied, emHHs., i nt Uet drawer pulls, rent . t i i!oci.mle! caKliirt tlti.h. tcr. ttall N aiinir adl,irL..letr.'vle. i eiiulite Smtih tmn tmeat ltw Hivh Arat Ut4, r fiurc'tlon feed. rlf threadii t Afl.nrtable nta.tfe bobbin a.'jit.ii. pmuer bfarlnc. r.attnt ( Iron. whrI. font. im!'m,Ki r' tj'.i.7ii.in1.tiriul br, h.tnrtaonKlr flec ra-tUTt riiNO TtXlNRKi riftf frnm piehi t vlilr. fOLIO rrr, Uii SffiftPy J.i, ,tl, iRt m, .p Ml. M .1. .. uC t ' wr i . t .n m t nndiH.ithr plnln or any kind of fancr r "IHnrflO OUABATrrZE rnt nib ntrrm l. rr'TI V.ll - If! wriilhonf .nmlni tnl mu'hlnr. nnnnonr . onrtortk.erp'rpHlaat jn it r"nTnTn jNi rm mmi if s..mi a lin.otl, ii i.cin, it i. U . 4 wHkl lHr r u. rr. Ii.I ht ,7 Co.at thAmuirhly rclLibJo.Biaati aa arr tle Kdltnr h''nrfi'r -- HllttMil, Md'inkl.udHin:iHli.lNi., i...ti..iHfr:.itd .d .erFrco Instruction Boo.. ttnt . f tnl. fiC r "'CK V St CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. apr5-S- m Madson Monumental Works. ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Propiuetoh. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign aud American Marble and Granite. fJfBW FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Mnrhle, Grnnlte, or any kin.l u Cemetery AVork, will find it to their Interest to call at tho old stanil in the r ar of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hnml a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all clapw nf buyers. gjtf Mn. W. G. GOUOHER, one. of the bent workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment nnl this means satisfactory woi in every phase. Parties Hvins at a distance should write to ns for designs, which will be furnished on application. k. Isburg Central Stock lards YOUR TATRONAGE SOLICITED."), It Point East T. nnnnrunnjninnruurTiruvun Proprietor. I HIGHEST GRADE can-nou- SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. -- BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN $20.50 LADIES' COLUMBIAN Sell Your nide- s- Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. All we require is $1X0 down, balance payable atter examination. We are the only factory In the United States selling direct to rider. We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever gircn. We give more options than the regular dealers. You can hare your choice of color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, large I Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. ThuHman Grocery Co., sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc WRITE FOIt CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, C iprtUm rri i Tiici a tvi r.vr.i i? rrr p CLEVELAND. OHIO. Bumruinjwnnnruinnjuu hey're the best! a a," .. Thai's why you want to see them before you buy. Wo mean our CASH - ST terms will be ec On and os a 9 eo ...,o a... iaa... after January 1st, 1899, our a a y. a... Insurance Gasoline Stove self-respe- No Lady Would Do Such a Thing. 1 -- if if & if if if if if a. a... SPOT-CASH- !" have attempted to run our business by col- lectingour accounts the first of each month, but have been unable to collect them all V e are therefore promptly. compelled to'sgll for CASH that we may pay cash .for ouv goods, and will endeavor to mako it to tho interest of the trade to do business with ns. Wo havo a nice line of staple and Fancy Groceries, We a.. aa... ...eft 'B .o a a o OB ...a . ...as a .a a QuesnsTrare an! Qlasroare, &c. Give us a call, examine our stock and get prices. jEaGoods exchanged for country produce ..eo WINS A., ELLIS, KY. .e ...it ...GS a -- .a .a WEST MAIN ST., RICHMOND, disor-Jerde- d, a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Out in Kansas 'fi ri ftflf WHY Mother's Friend I? 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