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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o nHxIJCJf = Q a a e s I i THE RICHMOND CLIMAXL 1 q VOLUME 26 MADISONCOttTY a RICHMOND WEDNESDAYKENTUCKY AUGUST 9 1899 NUMBER 10 i1 For Rent Choice of three good office rooms over Doug hardtt Also very desirable eightroom residence t with modern conveniences t GRIGGSBY Ic MUNCET PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrOltNJi1TS Rw MILLER ATTOHNKTATLAW RICIIMOMD KKNTOCEY omce In the Burnam Building next door to armeta NaVhmnl Dank teblly JA SULLtV AN- r ATTORNATJA- WttlClnlmmf KENTUCKY Offiiw over Taylors llmilwHru lit ore op posite Court lliiine on Main Street 111 It HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW IllifiiMONii KKKTITKY Ollictj No 13 First St up stairs 3130 JC D M OIl NA ULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RiriiMoNn KENTUCKY nUke on Swxmil 8trsetuver Chen a Hits grocery W R LETCHER Attorney cttLawK- KIIMOXD KKXTUCKV IMRtw with T J Ptnitli Jr over Oivington MitclnHV T C Lovvry AttoJlIlyr1t LaW 1Ihrll UiilMlnit Rjcliqnu- l2T3XOXATS Ky DKS GIBSON GIBSON tllYJICJAy AND SVRUEON KJCHUONO KENTUCKY Ortice in the Joe icIins building it and ao Sec end Sirtet over Wnue old itrnotore a7 CHAS HOOKER ETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dcnthtry and Sterility Specialty iOffice up Ulm over store recently aocn Eieil by Richmond liarneu Co East Main St Ky aprTly 11 C JLISLERi1I JJ lIelIcille and Surgery Hints Prathur Ituildini Main KtreutT- HcplMMie HI rnidcnce Ihe Unrr Ice on liroiidwa IRI4I1MONII KENTUCKY W EVANSU1RI- CIIMONIP G Ill v5 ptlIlU ItlC KENTUCKY HKT lTAVWKIni- rtHiuiier fii Mtdicxite awl Vuryrry u HMiiNii KKNTUCKY 4onice and rnsldcnco on Second Hlrcet rDENTAL 5T7EQEHT Dt aett tt tOnSOt flNTThT or LuiiisvtLUt KY tJOIBce next door to Uorcrnmrnt llulliliiifr Rlchin nd Ky Office lionra9 to KI to i novlTly Dl FRED SMITH DENtIST jrvOfllcc over Colllni Omtry Mine offlcr lately occupied by Pr W W Unrein Janl J Jy Dr Louis H iandman No M3 Vet Ninth Btrert Cincinnati Ohio t will be at the Hotel Zlmmer Bicbmoml Jf Jon WEDNESDAY AUG 9 1399 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky febl5ly ZLLINOIENRALSUOItT S New Orleans BestLineto- ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves lonla vllle every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco Alkjronr ticket nirent for partlcnUra or write AsenL1oull1llIeFree nccllning Chair Cue Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans A II HANSON WM A KEUON9 O P A Chicago A n PA LouisvIlle Dr Goldstein TIle Optic Specialist WILL RrTUNI TO KIOHM9HB TkIr4y IJ1r7F 1JY5ftNLY SUITS THE POCKET the eye and the ear All the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruments everything and strength of tone and boauty of finish The fact that instrument is on sale here is a guarantee of its excellence HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY ratroniz Home IIInsure your dwellings barns and all other property In Insurance Compa ny of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection Fire Lightning and Tornano Tho cheapest and most reliable company for tbe people of our county now operating in the State and gelr cheaper ever companyForAttorneyatLIIopposite Court House next door to State Bank k Trust Co second floor JUCABTER Pres mayHly C C BOSWOKTII Secy i811 JFfl1ZIOHr I IPAID a tyiefnw sewingIfri1lt nientat z3earL If uuhhu f not sat bhtorylnsodays money reo cash with order De scriptivc circular on applies tlon WHAYNI MFO CO 80OFOUHTHAVB LOUIOVILH KY mchK6m Lumber For Sale I have at my mill near Waco about three hundred thousand feeL of firntclaesoak lumber which I will sell at mill or on care For further particulars call on or address BOWMANJulyVSmo NOTICE All persona purchasing product raised on the farm ot Iho undersigned are hereby warned myfamilyHOWARD W COENBLISON jly2l4w SENO US ONE DOLLAR MsMeSiSum kifkcno kiMnrum IIIIL KToVl by trelgbtCOi etbjrt to ArcuamID roar frplcnt depot slid oand roerla- crsatlactory 4 at DL- Sccii ou ever paw or biardaotpay the rxriuiiT tlitXTmr rrn war rontr be Send cent loaded MRS S13OOBIRDnIT enPnhne STOVE ter anti mirki ckirKn This tare It size 1oL oven limiltll topUltiCi made InimtM Ig inn extra lance Coca hnrr corrr bray llnlnin and gratea large oven heir hmrj ilnlinnd nn duon lubndomr nlekllplale and ti Immlns extra terre Wep renatoesSdi pI Ihd Mnir bnc Ire pniamrntnl Bu Ntl kmr asS and we fumlfh Fan an extra wnnd mM mIx a price tamrr Hit i OEAIiETIK Hill trerr stave and rrnrlfernwlnlaUon Tour Irrni dir vnaM claree 74for snc a Stove thr freIght only aluuL fu eachoo intIe ya k IOJ Atrrn SEARS teess NeII ta sz UI ALIYE rACME leibUXI ItFURornnJOFREE CATALOGUE ornaroettntlonn tedrliveryfoyoerrviI ROEBUCK COflHCCTJCO viizLMeaitsr- iapr4m O ne DatS 0 ne eovt We are now offeringyou 20 per gent or onefifth off on everything in our very large stock of Wall Paper frorn oe per bolt onitipiii price J Mid Summer Prices On everything in our i line Get prices from all the cities then get ours and you wills e ours will be the lowest stbadeAVof Paints In nny color We make to order nil kiwIs of AViudnw Slindcs We nmko to onler nil kinds of Walt P8itr raiuta OilsVVurnlsi BrUshes Glass etc Stock thnIliirKest and prices al way9 tlie lowest iJrGEQs M1IttII Q2 SIEEE- TRICHMOND KV ilL nkc LnU R iily1Ti- me of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington com 6 55 am Eastern for LonUrllle I 30 am Morehcirt and Lextngion Acconu I 00 pm New York V 4 50 pm EAST BOUND Leilnjrton and Morchead 9 am NeworkL1mutedFV 41 68 am aand MUgterllns Accom 6 33 fat Washington Krprow 923 pni AccommoationtraIna Olhertralnarun run daily except Sun Thmnrh1lleeplnl an dinPit ear sortico to New York For tnfonoutlou rate ofaUeperr erratIo call oa or write K HOOD A ntLANKy KIchmond Ky rIiUIOttG1iWBA1t EY ii ro Qy LJtse K- yiiIIi1Ei A LINE TO RICHMOND TilE NEXT STEP IN CONTEMPLATION BY THE LEXINGTON STREET RAILWAY The electric line from Lpxinuton to Richmond lias bobbed its head up again and we give UIM much from Sat urdays LoxiiiKtdii Herald General Mamiaer Hatliawny of the Lexington Street Kailwny Ciimnany is in Riulunouil Va iu conKultnunii with Pneident K LnnoiMer Williams on UEiIIe5S of iiuportnncennd when he returns it is said that ho will Ira prepared to issne orders fur extensive improve ments in the street cur lines For some timo improvements on n largo scale have been contemplated such as extended the lines to surround lug cities and purchasinga park When President Williams was here n few days ago these mutters were considered at a meetIng of the board of directors but no definite action was taken The question of borrowing a large amount of money from the Continental Trust Company of Baltimore was discussed and a resolution was paused ordering a mortgage on the property for the purpose of paying off a number ifold bonds mid extending the tracks and otherwise improving tim property of the company The mortgage which was for 1600000 was drawn up and sent to Baltimore to bo acknowledged and recorded and on Friday morning it was retnrnc1 here and made a matter or record in the county clerke office Thtj mortgage tuguther with the fact that Jlaniitnr hathaway hits gout to consult with 1reitldent Williams gaVj rise to the report that immediatt and extensive Improvements were considered It is thought that the line tu Richmond which was proposed some time ago will be llllilt as a member of the company lies already taken steps toward securing he right of way from tilt Hichmond Turnpike Company to cross its bridge over the Kentucky river It is also said that the tracks will be extended over several other streets of the city but this work will not be done until next summer The return of Manager Hathaway is awaited with much interest When asked about the mutter Mr Parkcs of this city who is president of the turnpike company said he had lieard nothing about the matter referred to in the above paragraph DeWitts Little Early Risers did me moro good than all blood medicines and other pills writes Ueo H Jacobs of Thompson Conn Prompt pleas ant never gripe they euro coii tipa tlon arouse the torpid liver to nutlon and give you clean blood steady nuives n clear brain and a healthy np petite Perry Tliointis VALLEY VIEW Luther Sanders anti wife of Tyrone visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Min Taylor last Sunday Mr William Qallihor of Il tinting ton W Va null Tnince Qalllher ol Kormal Ky were called to the bedside of tlieir sister Mrs T It Spurlock who is dangerously ill Mrs GA Roy returned home last Saturday after a prolonged stay with relatives at Catlettsburfr Ky nod In dianapolis hit Mrs Mary P Wash and two children of Stamping Ground returned home last week after a visit of several days with her sister Mrs A D Goosey Rev H B Uorkrlll junior edltpr of the Pentecostal lleralwill conduct the quarterly meeting nt Svlomo M E Church South on Thursday and Friday before tho third Sunday in August C E Gibbocs ot Fnrd Was Iii the city Sunday D B SwaflVird James Taylor and WUIinm Wifeon returned front High Bridge Mondays Harry Spurlock of Findlay Ohio was called to the bedside hits mother Mrs T B Sptirlouk who Is not expected to recover Then arrived at the homo of J L Sowers last Friday the 28th nit n boy Everybody In this plniB In fill Ooohel HIIH1hllcllI8Wtion a little hit and It is ctthot Htralclit Deinurirrvy or bad HepubUcauistii with out peopleJAY EII Ess jDoesYollP1lleii Are your nerves weak Cant you sleep well Pain In your back Lack energy DigestionbadThese are sure signs of poisoning poisonsFrom are always found in constipated bowels If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each as nature intended these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into tbe blood al ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe diseaseaThere is a common sense cure AVERS PILESThey and natural movement of- the bowels You will find that the use of Ageps lrSalNHlIIa J with the pills will hasten I recovery It cleanses the 4 blood all impurities tied Il Is a great tonic to the nerves Wllce Sector lilt eIlcal I i 9rtmnt hat ono tt Jbe InC eminent pliyileiani In ill UnHnii Stun Tell the donor How yns are Inltel1nJ You will recrtre the M11I1tllcal I4VICO 1jtknamooetATIUt Lowell ia C 0 r r f DOALA5LUTLLy PVJE United We Stand Divided We Fall The Signal always supported Demo cratic nominees of lu regular Demo cratic convention and nlways will We shall never flinch from the steel though it may be ilrivcn to the hilt If we die we die fighting within the linos of the regular party nominees mid not in those of the bolters This in the only way to maintain a party The defeated candidates some of them of the Louisville convention are trying to put up n baiters ticket and will proba l lr succeed headed by John Young Brown The Democracy of the State linn honored you You have ridden the Democratic mule Into Congress and nlso into the Governors chair Your policy now seems to be rule or ruin tfow when the party needs you and i he battle raging you desert the fueL line and assume the role of assassin to tab your brother Democrat in tin hack and by go doing you dig your own political grave along sjtIof the Lonif villu Dispatch You try to destroy tin party that has honored you for yuan to come Mr Goebcl is not to be iilmnol for securing the nomination It is the delegates that were sent there Out of 1092 delegates there were only ICO instructed for Goebcl If then bolters let Mr Goebel convince 601 J of those delegates that he was the man to nominate and did nominate is he to be blamed No never Would you not have done the same thing gentlemen in a nut shellls this Goebel displayed more ability noie generalship titan this whore opposition combined and yon know it and thats what hurts The battle is on The Signal is on the firing line whore be expects to remain until wo arc shot down or the battle won or lostwi will never desert Uuitd we stand divided we fall Mt Vernon Signal A Frightful Ulnndrr Will often cause n horrible Ill Scald Cut 01 Bruise Bmklena Arni ca Salve the list in the World will kill the pain and promptly heal it CurlS Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Hulls Felon Corns nil t kin eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 edits a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Iur ry Thomas rugKist STRUGGLE FOR LIBERTY Under the head of the 1eoples rtruggle fur Liberty1 the MisMsKippi Valley Democrat published in tit Jjouis and owned ami edited by a Ken tuckian prints this ringing editoiial 4 The issue is Well defined In Ken Lucky It is tho people against the KH publican purl and Unlawful couibina LIons of wealth It could not be mote fordby expressed than in this way The Usne to be forced upon flue lila plo of Kentucky in the State CIIIIWSN which will soon be upon us seems from the present outlook to foreshadow the Democratic party versus the Louisville anti Nashville Railroad Company The Republican party will be Merely bide issue It wilt tut bUt a second rate figure It Will be potential only as- a dependent tlu LUlIistTilk nut Nash yule Itallroail Colnpaby That coin pnny slitnt thousands of dollars to beat Goeoul In thin laid convention it will spend tellll lit tlioUnalitls nf dollns to beat him at tile pulls lie op i8ltlon untie totbel the noniiueo Its oppo tuitIon tt ill elect him1 Quickly cltro tUhtihlilt ion auisl rebuild anil invlirorrtte lie till ire sv4t4lli never gripe or iixbwnte IteWmV Lit tlo Isarly Risers IVrry Tliomart THE STORY OF A KISS The London Pally Mnil leIli this pretty story of a kiss tuilthmit tiiirtion A fascinat ing net reir whose miamut need not be mcntliiied being anxious to an int a certain chany in the jiroviictts ollVred a kiss to bit pnt ill Ht auction The bidding was brisk and had a l vnice l in three leaps from two guinea 11130 when without further pailuy till round sum of t1SOO ties offered Then being 110 higher bid the kiwi was knocked down by the aurtiuneer to a colonel in one of our line rcgitrentn who came forward to inert the bluh ing young lady nut to the surprise of all present the colonel introduced a dear little fairhaired boy explained that it wits his grandsout fifth birthday and that he hail acquittal the kiss nit a birthday gift for him Whereupon MIs look the child in her arms and dis charged her shout with interest The charity a local one III which the col onel took a keen internet was tilt richer by 800 fur Urn graiulhflH gun erons whim But a little hint whUperod nftcrward that at the oli ml8ilirimr party that night he laid one also uUII tIle IolliatQ- T Rjbbetl the Grave A Startling incident sf whih Mr John Oliver 11 Philadulpldx HUH till gtibjtvt in narrated by hum ii- I fnllmvr was in a inwt dreadful condiiion Myhldn was almost yellow eves tnnk Three phvsicians given up Fortunate Iy a friend advised trying Electric Bitt tell and 10 my great jjy andnurpri e the first bottle uiado n drcl le improve ment continued their use for throe wicks and alum now a well man I knim ithoy saved my life nl1l1robhft the grave of another c imlonehol1rl fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tie at 1erry Thomas prngttoroFtu censors to W G White 5 Tho policy to be poreneil Jn the Pres- Idential cjinlpnigt by the TainiiMiijr Hall Oeniovrvcy the strongest political organization in the worth hug iitVen iu nounced by its leaders lObo this Wo unmet that face the ioniniuii fio hoitlder tJ idmtihls r like jiiumlierH of the eiimagrtiit Deuiomitldiitiitly anji nclUo our diincultles aft jr wo liav I routIJ onf oiienifiS lilt1ttt it aIziTip utJ 7rdep6IkJ I I j n p BAKIN POWDER II illIback SEVEN COLORED BABIES AT A BIRTH The wife of George Hurkett colored of llrownsville Piv gave birti Tues Ilay morning to seven children nix boys and one girl The children were alive when born but two of the btsand the girl shied in a fcwliours lhe four OII irt alive and healthy The mother IB alsi doing well The father who is a roal miner WIII notified at OUCH and hastened to his home to he ctinfronted with a sight that has pnibably nevnr been the lot of inv other man Drs Lilly hoeinikor nnd Worrell who were in attendance tpou themother reported the mutter ind in n few moments after it wits Jiiown the wilileHtexcitemont prevailed ilnnnreda of people rushed to the house ind camored to see the children The babies were placed in a row the four who were in good health taking tome apparent interest in the proceed lug while the three otlierx were held y friends caring little ribmi what was ioing on thin seven clilldriiii were all well forintl whuii horn and t heir CthlI hued weight WIM thirtytwo pounds The parents have dtcided to name the fonrchildren after tJmlrahl Dewey Sampson Schley and Capt Charles Conghlan The happy father will write to the four gentleman informing them of the honor conveyed upon them Iittsbnrg telegram to the Philadelphia Record Hamilton Clark of Chalincey Ga says be suffered with itching piles twenty years before trying DeWitlV Wiich Hazel halve two boxes of which completely cured him Beware of worthlessnnrt dangerous couiiterfeits leity TholllllJl N W YORE FA3IttONS rite skirt or the fashionable bathing costume Is long enough to tilde theI knickers worn underneath it Rings are ridiculously fashionable covering ths fingers to the middle Joint in many instances Exquisite sash ribbons are of white grist gunk paltenied with pink roses and green leaves tlIboulsi8I1u 4 and slippers worn by women of fashion have rounded toes A pretty hat is of burnt straw with lame white bow of rice straw The shoes designed by Best ft Co fort child that toes in la worth the in vestigation ut mothers They should write to the firm in regard to it They have also a shoe for the child with weak ankles of special construction Sonic shirt waists have allover em broidery boilies with pUin sleeves finished with stiff ends They ate very heat cool amitrim in appatrance Little safety pins of coral in eels of three loire appeared The most serviceable bathing suits are ofclark tan and gray and black lirilliMiittne Thny stand sun and titspray better than anything else riionich dark blue flume is a good old standby HlblioiiH fur stocks are in Dresden Hiid fancy paMs Ieau de sole and talTeins III bright colors are also rash IgnableJ5 r liiixe jiimkthu1 white or ttixbliu and tVliiie iliakcn a good coil pretty Kiilimier pettlcoatiKVKIYX CAIILE thorllnthl1Ijenets iinil at the wiiniBtiiiKi hcaU and re ltgflflMItlicxe things and CHII hit relied HIMIII t permaiientlrciire dyspepsia Perry ft hIIIIII Cant Please Em All ireslIhOtit hustles tor ht tot ila nut down horse thieveti tmn uirnid towns into ritien built wliools and college tilticatcd the mill of the who would otherwise IKIVH been iiionint amid drones in M cietv punished g niiiH with criticism it has curlniietl the power of kings converted bankers into paupers and grated paiitrv shelves It hiss made imnptts out of rollcire presidents it hut educated the homelera soil robbed the philosopher of lilt reason it smiles and tunis Jt toes to the dalnles hnt II iannot be run to suit everybody and tIle in tit who tries it will fluid himself in lunatic ayliuui14t Stciling Dem ocrat One Minutn Cough Cniequickiy cutes obotitmte summer couuhu and colds j con liler ita inopt woiulttrful inmliiin quickIUlel safe1 W W Merfoii Mayhew Wis Perry Thomas WHAT IT WILL DO The worlds bondholders have de creed that India must be forced to a jfihl ttiiiiiliiid If the Unites States will follow suit by passing the cuneii IJ bill Hgreed upon by the Io uMlitnn nieiiilxis if tie cominittee on coinage veightH and incaiuret theai precation in tlm value of money will be greater durini the nuxt decudo IhltJcr before wni tin jjuneriil levil of prices in Ameriiti ami Knropu will rontinuu to tall Ion or and lownr t mh year If till jMiIicy jl preserved In tiLhhitg short of despotisms ill immstry call avoid bank tuptcy it moaiiH tilt doom of tha it dividual business umiiilie indivirlual lit1lsrerNatlonaI 1 fiE NEXT COHGBESS The next CoujrtSR will be confronted whim the task of patching lip the JUnk icy tariff law of fasleiiinj time o loiif BtMlnp Uix mort fecurely upon tilt peo ple ol avoiding any nttick on the trusts while formulating uonio snr of law that will delude the pwjle into itwid lowing with a good gnicrt all plmiR outllimd by a raterfu wlfinh petit ciahy who tntnil the AdiiijiiiKirniloii bolv bouts anti jbrenrliiis The next Conirre will hove to strut tht Mage ltiil mouth JIll words oifcml bytrfc iiirl suid iiitinidiitor nil tlm while jpCleiduig to lid lot th j petti iHwinnk Itig byily nf t lie JIlItio t rdIllhuhl tin Jh 4thlu omaha ViTurhI lIiHit j- 1 1 J 4 iWRGES UFSIH L1 A Book for YOuUD anI Old t j f l OURI iIii IMEfi1CURED VECURE NERVOUS BLOOD SItNj K I PRIVATE DISEASES K 250 000 CURED fi 1 YOUNGIlavoyott natnro rinned T Tonweroommlttlnc evUhnlJlt1 i riblo result were your eyes opened to manhncIcnntrnetanyjltIVATUorBLOD j 6 di cn o7 Were you cured Do yon now nj nnd thn Pen fomo alarming symptoms y lare yu mnrry ynr preent rJ lttIt tnnily living In drradT J3 marriage a L anycnkf f ini ri racrcnry ThUlMmkletnillivuntoutto p rolllho reynlt of there crimes nnd point fi out hwmir NKY ilhniKJU TUKAT V EST will ivultlrrly cure you It phoi hoi ihnnitntt he bsaveil by IK our HKMT TltKATJIKNT It pmeJ litv TO can ltutANTIg TII eUIt ANY UIUIAIILK east Oil NO PAY We timt cud cIn KJI1SSIONS OLERTSlltlCTttHK tI DISCIIihieiFre CURES GUARANTEED j Tlio Waxes of Sin wnt foe liy CONSuLTATIONcSQirKSTTON BLANK for 1IOMB 3 TUEATilEST 2 r ics 3KENNEDY KERGAN 4 122 W FOURTH STREET J CINCINH- ATIOPublicSale f Si IIt KOliltiamIud best bidder on the premises three inilca eL of Hichmond and onehalf mile from Ir vine pike on Otter Creek on teilay Augun l thJl The followisg described property towit First the home place known as Kstranangli place containing a acres with house of ten rvoasand all necessary outbuildings Second a tract of land one mile from home place doining the lands of 8 B Noland and loOn Doty containing 43 acres Third a tract ot land located on Clear Creek RockcaMIe county containing about 73 acres of good tim ber Sale will begin promptly at oclock TEKM9 Onethird cash balance in twelve months at 6per cent interest ith security and lien For further particulars call on Sirs W II illllcr on tbe or address DR I JOHN DOYYAgents aug2J Richmond Ky rj i WIth give more flour LA KI ll II ntltlufIt heiterqnality fur anyineJulyl2tf EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who haM n good lion nil re liahle carriage under him He can rest secure ill the thought that when he liHsoneof our well made reliable nlTons carriages runabouts whale tonp spceileiR or road carts that come what tony on the road his wagon nevf r will give way We have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rnhliin buinfies in Richmond ProprIlnck ZARINGWants to buy ulyl7tJ WeH ve rveB Tnem Cut The Price In Two Our Rudjction Shoe Sale hits just opened We are olfpritiK unmatched bargains in Shoes for Men Women ami Children Never here were Shoes sold at such prices and The Best of Shoes To he had We are making room Cur lur inlllPIIt1 sIrsk of Hoots and Shoes for Fall and Winter Think of These 4 00 Mens Shoes goiiiK at S3 00 3 00 Meima Shill IlIiuJnt 2 60 3 00 Lsdiea SllIttIlolng lit 2 25 2 CO Ladies bhors going at 1 00 A largo assortment of La lIds Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At ptiivs thud will suit the poorest pocketbook Come early iuulK t your pick Rich Goods at Poor Prices Freeman Bros RICHMOND KY aug2ly e 0 aes0900ooo0 0 0 0 a a SS flea t s t t tt t tIt t t I t t 0- E a THIS WEEKS SSQQ 00 s Ij Special Leud ers I i j 0 Os a 00 Si JOtfT FORGET IT 50 0 e Reduced Prices NeIi eaate 5a ot a 5lm1wiatvt as ias Choice Styles in Lswvus Dimities Wash o Grepons PUiunsv Gmfjliivins and Percales All going at sfA UGH TER PRICES S 0 e 36 i jp3 SIQp gii jllj fi J mo e Ia OUT PRICES OX ALL m 111gMM UNDERWBAR 11 i Sa ee N 511 Des 4 Womens Tan and I3latk Oxfords regular 5 a i price Sl50 can be pure hasc 1 111 the next TVEN DAYS f01LOO All others reduced s 1 Is00301 se si00- 1iiJIill f Jill nilliJlilt 1mfIfllt d S s u t Alt sizes good quality ate COST And reniember ouruIi Clothing Suits complete at Isc Wholesale PjioeiJ 0 s a Os cjDIJUB 5e E ID P1J1333I 0 Ic Take advantagg of this Re eeao ductibu Sale Qrjine to Mc 1eocere i save money esl u le Isa- ea sQO e ee co 0 OWEN McKEE1 3 05 ii s 0 eC Ii 0 1WW1 tJ rc o J f i j 7 111 t c FURNITURE AND UND- ERTAIIINGi9iii J Brignt DDns at Bright Prices Never lefoIc have such goods beeii displayed ill lUchmon 0ascan be found nt Ill place 1 of business r 4 Bedroom Suites Dressers Rockers and in fact everything to be found in a First igI Class Furniture House These goods are rare because of styleexceptional because of PRICEt wYou have horse sense Then dont be a don key and go pay out 60 or S70 for a ma jj chine when you can buy one for half 0theb guarantee for 2 O1atcLO r These machines will be sold for jjj cash or monthly payments Any thing to please our customers p i Come vaaxvdi see xex L SI NEVILLE MOBERLVI 220222 W Main Street 1DAYPHONE2B 23RICUDIOND KY 4ft BEAUMONT 0LLEC E IIJ9rhpe IIIJrnulbSEND ONE DOLLAR SJtgiuu oonrGlCOOua4WTUr liT ranuur c1J tUXCT CXAXSSITIOX yse tee nujM II at ier frl kl 4d tananCTLT llTIITaCTOKT EZiCTtT lUTBISISTKD I tflL DCIiUin mat lTt 00 to ClkOO aad OMHOEJT IASQAU EYH SAX y tfeiMfli ani OUR SPECIAL PRICE S389Oand freight charge Ion the sent with order WE MAKE THIS TOP BUGG IIOtaoulCTOJnr nnCACO Alrom boiler malorlal han mod teakcn anita sioo bagglea Latest Style Fpr 1899 ZMr Zion the Best Seasoned Wood Our ioaev Can tiItilertKO equal to tWBBTwork Dodyblack Gear dirt fttta 04 rkla t ka fnii 9Vis iiisii iAJii rt jI t h tv r1ftlIwspree orr eh n t t OU4IIIITF v i vtl l lJ5 JDJ1wrthi WRIT roil rtKIl senor CAT1UMIE rovte S JBUOOIFS O2U A ONE TODAY TOTT CAN SrLL n FOR SCOCa BOJTT BICTAV J5r Address SEARS ftOEBUCK CO Inc CKICACV Six pr5in A Treatment That Cures Cancer 4 ft Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention From Business No Danger No Failures and NoPay Unless Cured The SiiivctMiV knifrt nut burning Clusters and the linrrililo crude methods lefttorre eluhloys4d lu Iltl attempt to cure taiicer has bn forever displacelby ho udvHitof lr Kilmers Now irnin and Ante fth flutist treatment This Iis1rrrrcrv works a new era In nirdical science anti sufFerers Irom Cancor Lnpurs Jlwrs Tuniiiw Uuitreaml Fistula cnn certainly be cured without the horrible orture uiiemlnin the quack and Ipnoiatit methmla in vogue for a century Over Uiv well defined iae without a failure is tho evidence to prove tin merit of iii illlporiant mCII CullIlICIJtr Flits neiv treatment is the result ni a thor lIth Kuietitlflu study of umllgunnt diseases and Is based oil the most ligid mien ifitt Priheil1leIFEMALE DISEASES Uccictfr Imldi guild medals traIn leading medical colleges for proficiency ti iliseasenof women anti for the past ten VOHI unit confined his practice to feI- IIIIt msnlTMrers hhls diw veiies of recent date for the euro of malignant diseases 8 luEtktJue great iuierease IIf callctr iii the notch smi female brentjt A well humlpIs d is y hun at Court street whore hula entire Mine i devoted to fCIIlIeliuorers and malignant diseases If suffering from7- tlmy Uiieaepeeuhiar to woolen or aiy manner of malignant growth or sore write a full and cbfrise statement of your vase and get an honest expert opinion tree Lures can be iintde at home Address 1 Ot 9biktT IlOB Court Street Memphis Tenn c IN NATI FLORID INA v FIoridaHavanaISoil Jidrsonviie diyvh the Queen and Crescent ant g conrjcctinj lies Through connections to Tampa r11 I1lodtcwC 1ns with fast Stsatntr Service p to Nassaui l eyIrlfuvmJ Santiago and San Juaji Low rate round trip tickets T roTni Jrvcs iqxr fdr i 1utt rtsti Ft a ti3 4 hours to Jackson t t VIC 54 hours u 1liflctnnttl to ctrislok kb 1e i M Irv44a t4at 01 III u = 1j c IijfJ i 3 U HV rv T u 1u Lji If r 1 JlIi r 0 Hr 1I II 0 111 l r it i 4 jT j The Richmond Climax 1t 1 cD CIWNAULT fiLLER PlTIprietorsalldEdltMs- C E WOODS AuocUte Editor 1 u 1899 itWEDNESDAYAUGUSTU POBLiaURUZVCRY WKDNJCSDAT BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE riflu YEAlt159- 1DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fon GOVERNOR lION WILLIAM GOEBEL OF JCKNTON COUNTY I FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 0Jc w BEOKAM OF LON CODVTY von ATTORNEYaENERAL R J BRKCKINRIDGE- Of BOYLE OUNTY FOR AUDITOR GUS COULTER OF GRAVES COUNTY FOR TREASURERS S W HAGER Ol JJOYD COUNTY FOR SECRETARY OK STATE CALEB BRECKINRIDE HILL OF CLARK COUNTY FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE IN NALL OF EEFEllSON COUNTY JOlt SUPT OF PUBLIC INSTUCTIOJf H V McCHESNEY OF LIVINGTON COUNTY FOR RAILROAD COMMlKSIONEIt 3D fIST COL A W HAMILTON- OF MT HTKKLlNG FOR REPRESENTATIVE HON W W COMBS MADISON COUN- TYANNOUNCEMENT FOB COUNTY lUnGE We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN a CHENAULT a candidate for County Judge subject to the action ol the Democratic party Fog COUSTT CLEBK We are authorized to announce ARCH KA VAN A UO II DOTY for County Clerk sucjec 4tothe action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY i BUBN a candidate tar County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVII a oandldate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB 8UEBIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madlsoi county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W DALLARD of White Station a candidate for Hberlfl subject to the action of the Democratic are aeth rlzed to announce MARTIN GKNTRY a candidate for SheriJfof Madisoi county ubect to the action of the Democratic partyWeare authorized to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Hherlff 61 Madison county subject to the actitn of the Democratic party FOil Assesses Wcare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to tie action of the Demo cratio party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKBIt a candidate for Accessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratlc party W are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce G W DBATIIBRAQE a candidate for Assessor ot Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce DUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB JAILBB- We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic 0partyWe are authorized to announce PETER G PARUISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE Ware authorized to announce EVERETT BKRRY for Chief of Police for the City of I Richmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party z 4k HONS G G GILBERT nnd W B Smith opened tIe campaign in this L county on Monday to n crowded court room of Democrats Tbeir speeches were well received and left the party f in better shape than before anti re ex I lcopress to both our ratitinle Their elo II quence and influence will go far toward stemming tho tide that now seems Democracy about to ebb back to the deep water 1 FBroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY I A Moderate J Priced J 1Bed 00 Tho popular ChilTonier Folding I e nC4lis a dovcloprrentof the most ssve factories and put with roach of every home n safe j Jprogre comfortable piece of 1SafeBecause there are no weights no springs f 110 complicated ziiachineryrcqnired to aporate itt Convenient Because you can put a mattress pillows and J thin bed clothing required fur Ihe wildest weather make Itnp ready for occupancy then fold it out ol I the way Because IComlortable the same springs and liiattrces that a moro expensive bed has nnd they are good J Desirable Because they are so reasonable Wo have them in Onkbr ImportcdMahoganj for 12 S15 16 aid 20 I fBrawertCo MAIN AND BROADWAY AI LEXINGTON KY 10frrptilyiI t r C 3 FOR many of the gentlemen in the bolting movement the CLIMAX has the warmest personaal regard and it can not be worked into a feeling of enmity for them nd matter how extreme their views may be on the subject of GoebeVs nomination For others in this rebel lious movement we have only pity nud contempt as their allegiance weakens any canse and damns any undertaking But it Is to the former element we wish to speak From some of you we learned our strongc tif not our first party loyalty and the echo of your counsel and advice to Stand by the Nominee still rings distinctly in our ears haying taken counsel of you in many I fortncr contest local and National when our conscience with our politico duty was at war we have now no Inclination to unlearn the lessons you taught us nor soil a record that never yet wns blemished by a bolt Say not to us now that party loyalty Is not our first duty for you have said it was here toforeaud yourselves have carried the banner to the front when it was hailed as manly true and brave to follow in your footsteps It is not Goebel that we see upon the banner we hold aloft but Democracy Bryan is on our side and Blackburn and n host of those who cannot be doubted as the in carnation of Democracy pure and Undefiled These be our leadersI These be our leaders And yours The louisville Post that knifed Wat Hnr din in 95 for Bradley betrayed Bryan in 96 for McKinley and now seeks to overthrow Bryan Blackburn and Democracy in 00 and 1900 Who else leads you The Lexington Herald edited by the archtraitor Col Breckinridge whom tenweeks agomany of you refused to hear lecture in this city because he ran his last race for Congress under the Republican Log Cabin Who else The Louisville Dispatch disowned shameless sheet that sprung from the heart of tho people to stab them at the last Who else Jno Whnllen who proudly acknowledges he helped defeat Har din and Bryan And Billy Owens the sweet scented statesman outofajob and going to vote for Taylor And our neighbor Billious Beckner whose po litical physiognomy is a composite pho tograph of Judas Iscariot aud Benedict ArnoldAnd Sweeney Wm II Sweeney Hardins defeatedcandidate for Chair man To the writer this political purist albeit an old friend of the editor made this statement on the corner of Fifth and Jefferson Louisville mark my words I did not care for the position I know by being defeated I lost the prestige of the place but I also escaped the odium attached to it for I would have been expected to do as Redwine did and Ivcovld hate done at lie did Now Sweeney is conducting this saiictification meeting and a lot of good men over the State are getting inspiration from that souice But worst of all anti over it all bends the control jug spirit of this bolt the Louisville Nashvillo railroad avowedly Bryans enemy in 90 Hardins bitterest fot in 95 and Goebels uncompromising up ponent in 1899 Friends followers of Free Silver and Bryan true to these as we are ourselves come with us put behind you these satanic majesties that masquerade in the cloak of Purity and help us to down the common enemy Come ask yourselves the question What wyuld Bryan do CEW PERSONAL Miss Muir of Lexington is with Miss Wanton Miss Mamie Pickols w at home from Kicholasville Miss Pearl Gentry leaves today to visit relatives in Estill Mrs T M Neave of Jessamine is visiting Mrs H R Pickels Mrs Wm Dowell Oldhami of Lexing ton is the guest of friends here Mr Joo Petou ot Lancaster was among tho lnir visitors last week Mr Peyton Parrish of Lincoln county was in the city last week Mr Frank Parrish of New Orleans La nttended the Fair last weep Mr Jonah Wagers the merchant prince of Estill was here on Monday Miss Annie Wood of Winchester visited Mrs Elmer Parrish last week Mrs Jennie Grider of Speedwell is visiting relatives in Ford and Winchester Prof II H Brock and family have returned home from a visit to the coun try Miss Rachel Miller Lawrenceburg is visiting Miss Alice Arnold on High street Mr and Mrs W C French were visited last week by Mr Thos Barber of rexasSMiss Susie Stewart of Winchester was the guest last week of Mrs French lipton Miss Vessie Hockaday is at home from a pleasant visit to friends at Kicho lasvillo Mr and Mrs John Fee Jr of Paris with their daughter vibited here Sunday Dr Landman will be at the Hotel Zimmer this city on Wednesday August 9 Mr Matt Cohen entertained his father and brother of Versailles during the Fair Mrs Ed Rowland had Mrs A D Combs of iNicholasville fur a guest last week Mr and Mrs Jesse Dykos entertained Mr and Mrs Theodore Dykes of Clark last week Miss Nancy NeD of Lexington is the guest of Mrs W E Muncoy on Fifth street- Miss Hocker the handsome visitor of Mrs Will H Miller has returned to Pine Bluff Ark Mrs Frank Carr and daughter of Paris visited relatives and friends in the i Hv last week Misses Hattie and Cornelia Wile of Grenada Miss are the attractive guesta of Miss Ray Btreng Miss Emma White pf White Hall gracefully entertained the Misses Park of Irvine last week Mr W H Wilson of Lexington was here this week to see Attorney U R B Black on legal business Mrs Nannie Norris is at home fromI pleasant visit to her sons nnd Oliver E In Illinois Among the Fair attendants WM Mr W D Weatherford of HoatonviUe whose friends here are legion Dr Ernrst H Koch of Louisville is tho guest of his classmate Dr HL Far ris at Kingston for a low days Mr and Mrs Lea Todd of Ford spent Sunday with their mother Mrs George Todd near Speedwell Mrs Ashby Jones and son Charles Turner are tho guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Turner mar Klrksville Mr and Mrs Harry Staugb and lam ily Lexington wero the guests last week of Mr and Mrs Coleman Mrs Sue iPrewItt and Mrs Katie Kemp of Lexington were the guests of Mrs WmO Chonault last week Misses Beal4o anSaIeBiwghimnii loft today for Paris whore they will visit their sUfcr Mrs JD Feony Jr Mr NelSf Rowland and granddaughter Grace Appleton were the guests of Mlse Mollie jfjfe during the fair UI YaN1Jeregi 1i L 1i j visiting Miss Lloyd during the summer has returned to her home near Millers burt for a short rest lieforo school opens j Mrs Margaret Evans leaves this week for an extended visilto Kansas City Columbia nnd other points in Missouri Mr Theodore Wilson and daughter Miss Katie of Estill are visitingMw R L Gentry nnd family on Fifth street Mia Anna Spears of Philadelphia and Miss Edns Bronaugh of Nicholas vllle are the guests of Mrs T P Cov ington TIII entertainment Friday night by Miss Emily Chenanlt in honor of Miss Iaddock of Missouri was n swell affair and thoroughly enjoyed by the guests present Sig Brown Anderson of Nicholas ville the famous clarinettist volunta rily aided our band during the Fair Brown plays like a master for the love of music Mrs Wm OIdhnm and sister Miss Mouroe of Lonoke Ark are visiting Mrs Will H Miller and other relatives inMadisonMiss Hart returned to her home in Somerset Friday after n pleasant visit to Misses Mayme and MadKe Mr II C Shipp of Georgetown was here last week He reports lila Busy Bee store bumming in the capital of Scott county After a delightful sojourn in Wash ington City Misses Geneva Moberley and Curraleen Smith returned home on Saturday night Miss Mattie Smith was welcomed home on Saturday from an allsummer visit to friends at Mt Sterling Georgetown and Versailles Mrs J II Turner of Nicliolisvllle enroute to Slate Lick Springs stopped in Richmond Tuesday and brother G T Grinstead Stipt A Livingston of Somerset is conducting the teachers institute and his method of instructing has been both pleasing and helpful Mr John TCraig formerly of this county but now traveling salesman for the Computing Scale Co of Dayton Ohio is visiting Mr J T Hamilton on Fifth street Mr Thomas OBrien of Danville looking oven handsomer than when was with E V Elders big store here was a conspicuous visitor at the FairHunley Singleton and family nre spending n few days at IrvineMrs John E Storms is in Richmond visit lag and attending the irLancaster RecordMisses Mollie Waller Mollie Mober ley and Maude Brown of Ford who have been the guests of Mrs George White on Fifth street returned home yesterday Among the distinguished visitors to the Fair was Mr Jessie M Alverson oi Stanford wearing a lifesize picture of Governor Goebel over his trueblue Democratic heart Judge A R Burnain accompanied by his daughter Miss Esther Burnnm anti niece Miss Sue Hume left yester day for a visit to West Point to see his son Cadet A R Burnam Jr Mrs Mary Sullivan and little daugh ter Katherine are visiting friends heroMrs Lizzie Lanter of Madison county is the guest of her uncle W A Winchester Democrat Mrs Lucia Miuer who has been vis iting friends in the city for the past week was called to Louisville yesterday on account of the sickness of her daughter Miss Etta Graeme Miner Miss Alice Chenault of Georgetown and Miss Mattie Smith of Rich mend were here for the lance Tuesday stopping with their cousin Mrs W A Thomson Woodford Sun The oldest person at the Gentry re union at St Louis is Charles W Gon try of Hnrrodsburg Ky the only liv ing son of Revolutionary Richard Gentry who is 74 years oldLexingt- on Leader Misses Johnle B Richardson nnd Mary Stnugh two of Lexingtons fairest young ladies returned home Tuesday accompanied by Miss Elizabeth R Feeny whom they have been visiting for the past four week Miss Bessie Millnr of Richmond who has been visiting friends in Lex ington stopped oft here on her return home Tuesday and remained with her sister Mrs Jas S Winn until Wed nesday Winchester Sun Mr R D Campbell oar faithful Whites Station correspondent is down in bed from heat and overexcitement at the Fair last week His friends here and at Campbellsville will regret to hear that ho is seriously ill A pleasant letter reached the CLIMAX Monday from that ponular old student Charlie V Lallance of Huntington W Va who loved Richmond and was respected by her citizens as few students are able to boast Long may he live Mrs C E Smith and daughter Miss Florrie will return about August 21 from Rockbridge Allnm Springs Va where they have been spending a few weeks for the buefit of Miss Florries health Her many friends will be glad to know she is very much im proved Mrs D II Meyers Richmond via ited her sister Mrs Maggie Farra from Saturday until Monday Miss Anna Frazee of Richmond and Dr William Frazee of Louisville were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs E C Bergs dur log the Street Fair Jessamine Jour nal Mrs Judge A R Burnam has been the recipient of many happy pleasant reunions during her short here Among them an elegant luncheon of fourteen courses with Mrs Eugenia Hume The Boonesborough Chapter tended her a very elegant 6 oclock dinner on Monday evening at Mrs C D Chenaults Mr and Mrs J V Logan Jr of Richmond are visiting Mr and Mrs Emmett HarbisonMiss Agnes Mitchell of Memphis TennMiss Blanton of Richmond Miss Lizzette Dirkson of Paris and Miss Celia Scott of Nicholasville will spend the month of August with Miss May Escott at Locust Hill Shelby Sentinel For the first time in twentythree years Mr John ft Broaddus visited this his native county last week He is a halt brother of the late Henry Clay Broaddus their father Rev George Broaddus being a Baptist prencher of great local reputation Mr Broad was born and brought up on the Thes- E Baldwin place near Speedwell but now resides in Scott county On last Friday evening about forty young people congregated at the home of Mr James Gibson in honor of their most lovable guest Miss Georgia Moberley of Lexington where the dance was freely indulged in until a late hour when the young folks departed with the greatest reluctance wishing for another chance to accept a call at an early date to enjoy pitality of their pretty home Mr and Mrs J J Hagan will attend the reception given Livingston Saturday by Mr and Mrs J N OrmloB in honor of Mr Hugh Hagan and wife upon their return after a bridal tour Mr and Mrs D G Martin nee Miss Temple Oldham of Richmond arrived in Corbin lhursday and will make this place their future home Mrs Martin expects to open a mull nAry store in tile old stand of Mrs J D Jones She comes highly recommended and we pre ict for her much success Corbin News Mr J Robert Rfggs left on Saturday for Erlanger after live wtokt faithful and efficient service as assist ant secretary of the Richmond Fair a position he filled in 09 so satisfactorily as to have him recalled this Mr ateverythlnghoeat honors in lila class subsequently teaching successfully for ihreo yainj lie Will now study denistry m Chicago and will irutke a success RS he loosev anything ho undertakes Quite the BKttt dehi litfo1 dance ol the summer TM th Fiur hQPidve1PY thtRkbJliOMbe wi t evwlitt MBoOU psina A special iII train loft here about 8JO p in and reached the Springs about ttl5 Mr Thomas the genial proprietor of the Springs had made special the entertainment and never was the floor of the grand old ball room in finer condition while the sw et Strains of Wehrles Orchestra made the festive dance all the more enjoyable About midnight a delightful lunch wits served after which tho ball room was again the scene of youth and beauty until the hour for departnro which come all too soon About seventy went up on the specialAmong the ladies present wore Misses Katheryn Smith Susan Hume Elizabeth Taylor Anna Crutcher Olivia Baldwin Chenault Car lisle WalkerSallieWhiteBirdieZarin r Miss Simmons of Owenboroujih Miss Mnirof LexingtonMiss Paddock with Miss Chenanlt Misses Winn and Reese of Winchester Miss Hood of Covington Among the gentlemen were Messrs T II Collins R E Little J J Greenleaf II M Blanton Joe Watts Toe Tevis Jan Crutcher Allen Znring M B White Chonault Joe Evans Malcolm Miller T H Pickels Will Denny Harvey Francis N L Shropshire Ansterlitz Hamilton Wallace and West Frank fort John Mason Browne and David Castleman Louisville Thos Hampton Asa Bush Boswell Strother and Charlie Chenanlt Winchester and othersThe Chaperones were Mrs S A Miller Mr and Jars Wallace Bennett and Mrs J W Zari- ngRELIGOUS Rev II N Faulconer of Lancaster the eloquent young Presbyterian Evangelist conducted services at the Second Church on Sunday morning nml in the evening preached a beauti ful sermon at the Union Services Those who have heard this consecrated and gifted young minister express great delight vlth his sermons and with him personally He is attractive both in and out of the pulpit and will be cor dially welcomed upon every visit to our city BIRTHS CLARK Prof J D Clark is over joyed at the arrival of another heir a boy DEATHS LAXOFOKD Mrs Benjamin Langford died on Wednesday at her home near Blue Grnss aged about G5 This esti mable lady was tho mother of Messrs Wm A and Tyne Langford and Mrs P H Gum Burial on Thursday in family burying ground CoLYERMr and Mrs Charles Col yer have the sympathy runny friends in the death of their twoyenrold son which passed away on July 31 at Speed well Intermert in Richmond ceme tery ELDER In the loss of their little son Mr and Mrs Eugene Elder have the sympathy of all their friends Cholera infnntum was the immediate cause of Ileath the sickness of the little sufferer being of only about two weeks duration The funeral nnd burial took place on Sunday afternoon IIORTOV Robert Horton brother of Mr H O Horton died suddenly of heart disease on Thursday Kiorning at the home of his mother Mrs Maria Stewart on Moherly avenue Burial at Bowling Green Deceased was many years telegraph operator for the L N It R at Lebanon made ninny friends and where he was mar ried to Miss Belle Chandler The Lebanon Enterprise says Mr Horton was well known In Lob anon where for n number of yenrs ho was in the service of the Western Union Telegraph Company It was while in this city lie was married to Miss Belle Chandler who preceded him to the grave a few years His remains will pass through here today en route to Bowling Green where his interment will take place with Masonic honors A delegation from the Lebanon Lodge will join his remains at this point and accompany them to Bowling Green Mr Horton was a favorite with his friends and associates in this city and it was with deep sorrow they received the sad intellicence of his early death His second wife who survives him was a lady from Bowling Green LOGALPci The store house now occupied by Mrs L P Todd on Main street will be rented for remainder of this year possession given July 1st J Eo GREENLEAF Assignee iny31tf Henry Kocnlrr Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky invite correspondence with Mill men who have lumber for sale They buy Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars Dry or Green Write them apr56tn Confederates for Goebel 15 lo L- At the reunion of surviving Confed crates members of Capt J Lawrence Jones company on Wednesday at Wm Tarrs woodland sixteen of the command were present of whom the KentucklanCitizen Is informed fifteen Openly expressed themselves in favor of Goebel The tither one was not asked his preference Paris Kentuckian Great Sanctification Revival The greatest religious revival ever held in the Doylesville section closed last Friday after fifteen days continu ance The visible results were 27 ad ditions nearly all of whom professed sanctification The services began daily at 10 and closed at 4 and reopened nt early candlelight and Insted until the heavenly hour oi midnight The meeting was conducted by Rev Max well of Wiltnore assisted by llev Wyatt of College Hill The Best Boy Rider Master Charley Dunn sevenyear old son of Mr Theodore Bud Dunn of Whites Station retains his prestige as the champion Boy Rider of Central Kentucky having defeated all tion hero last week This makes his tenth victory without a single defeat This week Charley rides against the crack boy riders of the Blue Grass at Lcxincton and we confidently predict ho will add another blue string to his bunch of trophies The Baby Show was the Feature No ring or exhibition not even the balloon ascension 7 attracted such nt tention or created more excitement for the time as did the baby show The spacious court house yard in front was a solid mass of mothers babies consinp uncles aunts and sweethearts etc The heat was oppressive aud the crowd sweltering but good humored A 10x24 was roped off and the show washeldinside Mr Boyd Wagers handsome bov carried oil the blue and Jessie little girl wore the red- Evorytlung passed oil harmoniously and no complaints were beard It is estimated that there were 1492 other pretty babies who would have been en tereu in the contest had not their doting parents grow i too fainthearted As it was an oven dozen were shown to tile delight of tha thousands who looked on Resolutions ef Respect WHEREAS It pleased Him who doeth all things right to call from the labors of to a home in heaven ur be loved brother Henry Clay Broaddne who was a Master Mason and who died July 31 1890 Ranked That In the death pf Brother Broaddus his family has lost a kind and devoted father and grandfather his church n consistent member the community nn honored and upright citizen and the lodge a respected brother Jtesolved That wp extend to hig bereaved family our sympathy lit their grief rf That the members of this lodge wear the usual badge of mourn lug for thirty days Retolrtd Further thata Copy of these resolntionsboplnqcd upon the records of this lodge one sent to his family nnd one sent to thin Richmond LIrAx and Masonic Homo Journal for publi cation JBiXJ nCovixoTpK Y N cYxcwTiion c t 0- 101 Little Strops Fell Great Oaksu The giants of tAn forest must that Usi to fit continual bows of the cxnds man When the human Hood has become dogged and mpor ifc Rttfe drops of Hoofs SatSAparula properly taken Will felT the oMof bad blood JfIQ JSallJa aIJi Rare Sight Twins and Triplets Meet During the Street Fair last wGekan unexpected exhibition of rare attrac tion occurred in the store 6f E Death era e Co when the boy triplets ol Mr and Mrs John Mason met the twins of Mr Tudor of the Tates Creek neighborhood The trip lets are now about 8 years old hand some curloyhaired ami as alike as blackeyed peas May the quintette live long and be always ns happy as they were that day Hand Painted Badges Mrs Samuel A fieatherago wile of the Secretary of the Fair Company performed a graceful net when she presented to the officers of the association handsome silk bagdes with their oillcial rank artistically painted thereon The Directors voted Mrs Deatherage their thanks and also free admission but she declined the latter as no complimenta ries had been issued to anyone nud she preferred to be no exception to the rule The badges were of different color and of a variety of style lettering nil well executed Each recipient declared his badge was the prettiest but by a voto of 16 to 1 the badge painted for the Honorary Vice dent was conceded to be the beautiest Auditor Sam Stone to Move to Louisville A Frankfort special to the Louisville Times of Tuesday last says State Auditor Stone returned this morning from Louisville where he went several days ago to arrange to go into business at the expiration of his term liens He completed arrange ments to open within the next two months in tho Stone Tobacco Ware house Company in the quarters of the old Green River Company at Ninth and Main streets The Auditors sons William Stone the present Insurance Commissioner and James Stone a deputy will be partners in the business In engaging in other business Col Stone is not exactly tired of politics as he likes public office pretty well hut he sees nothing political in the immediate future for him or his family and desires that his sons should go into business at once Bob Harris Complimented In a letter to C M Browning O P A R NI B railroad E A Farra in behalf of the Providence church Brannon writes as follows Dear Sir I wish to earnestly thank you for the interest taken in getting up the excur sion party to Estill Springs July and especially the excellent crew YOU equipped the train with Your Mr Harris is certainly a trump courte ous honest and agreeable yet at tho same time with an ample sufficiency of firmness he managed the excursion ist with as much ease as any veteran could have done Should we ever have another excursion over your road you will confer n favor by giving us your Mr Harris for our conductor We had no trouble in settling with the agents along the line Their accounts with us for sales of tickets etc were correct to n coat E A FAunA Richmond Has Electric Lights at Last On Thursday night after months of waiting and watching the first electric lights ever seen in Richmond were on Two large arc lights and many incandescent globes shed their brilliant rays abroad in the mgonleES night The exhibition was a test and proved satisfactory the light being strong clear as crystal nnd absolutely steady the latter quality being a new improvement in arc lighting A visit to the power house is quite interesting It Is a new brick structure on the banks of the large pond near the R N I B depot so located for convenience to transportation and water A powerful engine and dynamo fine furnace null other features of a wellregulated electric plant are installed in their positions The price of lighting homes and stores is very cheap and already hundreds of globes have been put in rile plant is owned by the Hume Brothers who declare their ohject to be to give perfect service and satisfaction at low rates Cheap Excursion lo Atlantic City On Thursda the Chesapeake Ohio railwaywill sell round trip tickets to and Cape May at 14 for the round trip from Lex- Ington tickets good returning 15 lays Stopovers will be nllowednt Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia in either direction which will enable merchants to make n very cheap trip from Philadelphia to New York before they return home Tickets will be going on the regular New York Limited train leaving Lexington nt 1130 a m Thursday Aug 17 also on the Washington Express leaving at 850 p m Sleeping car berths are S4 through to Atlantic City No other excursion can offer such a variety of interesting stopovers nnd side trips as does this trip to Atlantic City In addition to the trip to the Sea Shore stops can be made nt Whiie bulphur and at Covington Va For sleeping car reservations or any other information write or call on GEO W BAESEY Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky The First Street Fair a Tremendous Success An average of four thousand people came to town each day during the fnir lest week From ten in tho morning the city was packed with people The street exhibits were nil so well con tested the premiums so liberal and no admission fee being to see them our country friends were given a truly excitable enjoyable weeks Outing a regular free fair simply by coming tj cityThe program at the Fair Grounds consisted of harness anti saddle rings and racing on the track These were better patronized than for years So that every point view the Richmond Fair of 1899 was a succors Financial hyt the promoters came out ahead whereas at nearly every previous ex liibiticn for several years the stock holders emerged from the little end of thd hnrnt The following were the officers of the association J W Bales President H H Colyer 1st VicePresldent T Jw Curtis 2nd VicePresident t JUKEOTORS J T McCllntock J B White C F Higgins J V Gibson W R Letcher Douglas S ADeatherageHnr vey Chonnult W D OMhnm W It Letcher Treats II C Rico H G McEhvaine Mat S Cohen J D Chen ault OH Chenault G J Norris Df ENortbcutA K Doty S A Death ernge Sec J It Riggs Asst See Too much praise cannot be giver the President and his immediate assist ants Nor can we forget the tirelesi work of Messrs Cohen McClintock Hfggitui JD Chenault McElwnine Rite and several others win did notably excellent wok spent their money AnI gave their time totlo fairs success ijecrtlnry Deatheragu grace fully did all the work with the splen did assistance of MrJ It Rigss and ns uncomplainingly neepteu all tho cussing that every good secretary is justly entitled to Wo must not omit mention of the excellent order kept by Chief Marshall Win Bates nol the perfect work done by head gatekeeper Mr Torn Carr The bandI tQ be thanked for its faultlsvtirolea work Altogether wo are delightei with the results of the exhibition ron dereil successful largely through Ylu liberality of our met 1iaiiI ihewhen appeaia a flll list of rprizewiuJMJrs tin amount of money thus IbUThbeiI- betweeu1W IjQ v gujrctniuiia- tonefbeilQpO saddle big thijTilrgest of its kind eva give lint KebttIcky and vqurtJKl oiily b tc M CUr winit yeaH a i 1 tHEjAIIPVI iS FOWLS Trio of Plymoth BockMrs M F Arbnckle Trio of Silyerlaced Wjandotts Mrs J T Jones Trio of Buff Cochia W Arbnckle Trio of Bantams Lewis Rowland Trio of Black Mionorca R T Elkin Pair Pe in ducks RT Elkinjj J Pairgeeso W A Powell f Boar any nee or breedH S G Morgan Charles Martin Sow any age or breed RobtDoty Pair pigs any age Chas Martin Mare colt under 1 year old Frank Maupin R P McCord Calf under 1 old any sexhi F Dentherage JI Hnbbard Heifer under 3yelrs oldLetcher tc Arbuckle J P Hubbard Colt any sex 1 year old and under 2 W F Arbuckle JT Crenshaw Worst turnout Sell Devoro Boy rider under 10 years oldChas Dunn Verrier limb Tho following rings were shown at the tall grounds HARNESS HORSES Mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4J T Crenshaw Eugene Todd Mare or geldinir 4 years pl l and over W R BrnsbfieTd J F Mayers Son Roadster stallion mare or gelding J F Nengel Mat S Cohen Mare or gelding 152 or under Bales McEhvaine RACES ON TRACK TREES MInuTE TROT 400 Cnpptem dis Margaret W 7 1842Red BirdIO dls Valken 2 3 6 8 3 COmelllem 5 3532Coria u 4 12111CoL Clary 3 1677Jim Shaw 9 dls Little Tip 28 4 2 6 Alice Frazier 6 575 6 Proxy 8 843Billy Willie12 dr Time 224 225 227 220 227 230 tnVO TltlRTV PACE 300 L Rne 3 8322N- era Bu88546Nellie G 91 7 dls Billy Bogga7 5253The Mugt 1635IIandym 2874Wailer 0 6 9 dis Little Ilugh4 4111BlllGaylor 3467 Time 225 220 233J 225 227 SECOND DAY Caramel cakeMrsr Henry Pickels Beaten biscuitMrs French lipton Peck corn in ear white Brutus White Peck corn in ear yellow Alex Hutchison Dozen cucumbers Lafe Gentry Three squashes R L Goucher COvozenPeck Irish potatoes C G Forbcp Onehalf dozen beetsMrs J L heads cnbbago Lafo Gentry White raisin cakeMrs n HHyers Layer cakeMrs Henry Pickets Specimen oil painting Miss Bessie Tnrloy Specimen water color Mrs Alice lribbloSpecimen Battenberg laceMrs D H Myers Mrs Maria Little Handpainted china Mrs G M Attains Mrs B W Turner Specimen Kensington paintingMrs- S A Deatherace p c Chocolate cakeMrs Bedia Torley Miss Margarqt Kayburn Baked ham =Mrs G B Turlev Mrs B C Potts Two bottles Kentucky grape wine Miss Mollio Fife Mrs G B Turley Bull nny ageW A Arbuckle Fanciest turnout accompanied by ladyJ M Brown W C McElwalne Mare and coltM F Arbuckle Frank Mattpin Mule any ago Herndon i Walker M F Arbuckle Stallion under 1 year old Davo Mc Cord M F Arbncklo Rockaway mare or geldingI T Crenshaw Bales McElwaino The following rings were shown at the fair grounds SADDLE HORSES Stallion 2 years old and under 3 Gay Jima John Doty The real event of the day was the 1000 saddle stake for stallion mare or gelding This brought eleven fine individuals to the ring and three thousand eager horseloving Kentuckians watched the saddlers speed around the ring for honors Special premium by the four banks of Richmond 1000 for the best saddle stallion mare or gelding any ageC- T Sandidge of Boyle first J F Nea glo of Fayette second JTCrPnshaw of Lexington third J B Stewart Lexinton fourth Mnre or gelding over 15lW R Brassileld John F Wagers Son Stallion 2 years old and under 3Gay Bros RACES ON TRAGIC TWO TWENTYSEVEN TROT tOO Red Bird dls Linda FIatadlsJoeWattidisMiasFitch 2111Leonora 2 2 2 Ante CarlodlaTime 2271 Z0229 231 230 YEAIIL1KO TROT HALFMILE HEATS tW Providence 4 4 Judge Sullivan 2 3 Esther Dp 3 3 3 Ruth Paddock 211 Timel26lSOlJ3 h THIHD DAY The third day was largely attended The exhibits were in keeping with those of the two previous daysgood as one could ask The following awards were made Best 2 poupds butterMrs D M Phelps Mrs R C Mason Best i bushel wheat Joseph1 Boggs Atnold and R C H Covlngton Jr Mrs Mary E Boggs Best loaf of bread yeast risingMrs JP Simmons Mrs Mattie Alverson Best machine niado sunbonnet Miss Kittle Boon Mrs John White Best specimen hemstitching by hand Mrs C F Burnam Best specimen silk embroideryMrs- L P Todd p c Twelve entries Best gallon ice cream Mrs MattIe Alversop Mrs S P Deatherage Best gallon sherbet Mrs J W Bal lard Mrs J C Lackey Btst jar cucumber pickels R L Goucher Mrs B a Potts Best jar strawberry preserves Mrs IL E Turlcy Mrs S A DeatheraRo Best dozen doughnuts Mrs A E Curse Mrs L Schlcgel To winner of a wheelbarrow race from 3rd to 1st street Curt Moore Vulcan Irvine Best jack any ageB F Deatheraxe Ben Been Best jennet any agoBF Dealher age pcu y W Best mare andnit1olChsas Cur UsE B E1Itlct Best mulq colt und ilY ro1dE ll Evans Best model fctalllon marc or gelding Gay Brosv p c 3 entries The following rings were siowu at the fair ground beginnIng pr rijpliy at 1280 oclock r Stulliiii mare or gcldiiig ajiy nge a F Ncaglo Gay Bros IMarc or gelding 4 or overJ T Crenshaw Gay Bros Stallion and under 4tY Tand- idge Dan Tudor Stallion 4 and ovcr Oi T SantlidgQ I Cronshaw lMuro or gelding 3and lMrrhCrcflar 11FhYJ x Double taamW IfJi W t t7 ml iMeEtwae lct j J ri rt j RACES ON TRACK TWOEIGIITEEK TROT 100 Roommate 23 Neale1Nlnaroa 4 dls Black Beauty 2 2 Time 22Jj22Li OOO l TH KEE YE KTBOT 5300 Silver Spoilt iiI 1 Evelyn flyrd3 2 Nellie Louise Dewey 2 3 3 LInda Belle dU TJiic 3t 236 2311 EQURTlIDAYw Boqtict ot cut Uowers C 14Durns Mrs WD OUlhara Best blaqk cakeMrs Mattie Alver son Mrs T J Curtis For tho oldest ncwspapcr Stove Bol tonFor the best Written signature and address T T Covington 1C Adams For the ugliest horse Mack Collins Cake Walk Chas Turner 1st Luther Irvine 2nd For the oldest bicycle Charles Bur nam Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 Gay Bros Irvine Azbill Best mare or gelding2 years old and under 3Gay BrosM L Arburklc Best walking stallion mare or geld lug nny aJIWm Broaddus Bud DunnHandsomest baby under 2 years old Mrs Boyd Wagers Mrs Jesse Dykes The following rings were shown at the fairgrounds NeaIgleMare or guiding over 152 up to carrying 185 pounds Bales MrElwaino p c 6 entries Stallion 3 and under 4C T San didge Harness stallion 4 and over Buford Gormley J T Crcnsunw Consolation for bankers stake il T Crenshaw first Wm Kirby second Wm Kirby third Clifton Farm fourth RACES ON TRACK TWO THIRTYFIVE BEeT 4- 00MargretW2 333Cornellle J dis Col Chary 5 C- rProxy4 111Valken 2 2 2 Time 2 27 228 230 230 TWO TWENTYFOUR PACE 300 L line 223 2 Handy 14 dls Nellie C S fidis TheMue 3 323Cap Robinson disi Qlllord 11 Timej2221 22o 223 2X HCWM This We offer One Hundred Dollars lIe ward for any casb of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CIIEVEY Co Props Toledo 0 Wo the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in nl business transactions and financial able to carry out any obligations mad by their firm DruggistsToledoWALLUISO KIXKAK MARVIX Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally iicllnt directly upon the blood antI mucous surfaces of the system Price lot per bottle Sold by nil drug gists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best aug2lm Public a10 of Lane In pursuance of an order of the Madi son County Court entered at its July term 1899 the undersigned State Ban I Trust Co of Kichmorid Ky as assignee of John Powers will sell publicly on the premises in Madleoi county near Silver Creek Ky or 7th 199 beginning at 10 oclock a in to tlit highest and best bidder the followin property viz A certain Tract ol Land located on the waters ol SIlvo Cieek aunt on the Silver Creek and Monaiaus turnpike containing 4335 acres The farm line been surveyed bI S F Rock County Surveyor and divided intO three tracts as follows Tract No 1 Beginning nt the suga tree swig corner to Ross thence S 4 W 82 410 poles to a stake corner u land formerly owned by E Moberley heirs thence S SOP E 195 210 poles tc the center of the MonnlnQs and Kilve Creek pike corner to W B Lane and southwest corner to the Julia Power homestead thence with tho center ol pike and lines of homestead N 20j I 20 810 poles N 40i E 50 410 poles B 15 E 19 210 poles N 3 W 20 1H poles to John Manpins curler tlmnci new line S 87 W 234 310 poles to tin beginning containing 130 77100 acres Tract No 2 Beginning nt the ceutei of a water gap corner to tract No of said farm and running thence dowi the center of Silver Creek N 43 W 3 polesNWvV 22 310 poles S 52 W 14 poles S 4 V 30 poles S 13 W 42 poles S 73J W 1 jKiles 8 S0 W 0 poles thence leaving the creek and with the Moran lines a 26 W 31 poles S 1834 E 3ti 310 poles S W polee thence leaving Mornns line awl by new line N 78 I129 510 poles N 423 E 82 510 poles tc tIm beginning and containg 123 4iC acres Tract No 3 Beginning nt the sugai treeenag corner to lossthenconew lint N STE 233 310 poles to n stake in the west side of the pike road thence with thewestiSide of said road down Doddi branch N 4 W 62 poles N l3 W 3 poles N 49M W 45 210 poles to two sycamores on the south branch of Sil ver Creek thence N 88 W 38 poles down thin creek to the center thereof X 31 W 21 poles to tile center ofii water gap thence by now lines S 42Vj V 82 6 10 poles to tlu northwestern corner of the orchard thence S 781 V 129 510 poles to n stone wail Morans line thence with same S W 03 010 poles to n stone S 70i E 21 510 poles N 34J E 18510 poles to ii stono S S7 E 19 510 poles to the be ginning coutaing 17935 acres more 01 less An ontlet le reserved along the south bank of Sliver Greek from tho watei gap corner eastward to the pike cross ing of Silver Creek a distance of Bl polesThe land wilt be sold as follows First Tract iNo 1 containing 1307 acres will be offered for sale to tin highest and beat bidder then in Ilkt manner TractXo 2 containing ltS4l acres aiid rrset No 3 cuntjdniui i7035 acres more or less Second Tracts Ko 2 and 3 combIned containing 30275 acres will toe effor for sale to the highest and best bidde Tho whole tract contniug 43352 acre will then be offered fur sale to Ih highest and host bidder and the lam will be sold in the manner bringing th most monev rEltMsnioland will be sold upo a credit of six arid twelve months an the pnrchpsor or purchasers will b renuired to execute bund with approve security bay this force ami eUect e n udgmnnt with a Hen retained pay bleto itnit trustee and bearing let interest from the day of sale- POSSESS1ONlosseedoii will b given when fcho terms of sale are coir plied with hxtt the privllegctof harvest iiig and removing tho crop novr pa th land will be reserved This farm Is one of the most desirs bly located farms in Madison countj being on a tprnplKe 1M miles fret Creek Station on the L Nr J H It baa a good dwelling house at shE necessaiy outbuildings thereon f good repiwr Tho land is fertile an productive Kd Is welt watered and i roost c3XJl ht condition Parties di siring to seOjtlio property can call o Mr John Iwers Who resides on th land or oa ti nndernl ned Tm0CeIak 0 iSi ttWt Elders ireighl Fill The House GROCERIES from every cent expended their purciaE6 will prove spent Quality the mainstay WM nose We that VtiTiriti Prices may imnkt fluctuations but fwhc make deals pOKtiiblo our ciisini olLi Yonrafor Deatherage BAR6AIN 4 I 4 +4 tkiiStore w 0IN CLOTHING Mens Suits at v2 00 up Mens Pants it 40c up tv Boys Suits ttcup tiic7 NOIONSn Gents Laundred Shirt assorted colors 25c up t tipe16 Ladies Vests i V 5c Ladies Pants 25c up A 5Towels i iff T 3c up xQLadiesAfiSuspenders1 upAi UiLadiesAsst Colors in Boys Waists25c up Baby Bibs 5c up l FireScreens1Oetiijxc OUR LINE OF LADIES GENTS AXIi lWCHILDRENS SLIPPERS AND SllOKs ARE 2ORE VARiED AND LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE Call and see them tv IN RIBBONS We have a few bolts of the Cos Riblxm i on hand which we will close out at No 15 u lOc No 40 15c No 80 20c edOThkS See our stock of Corsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Roy Norsah I IN RATS AND CAPS Mens Black Felt lists 2nc up- Monfi Nice Straw 2oc up Boys Nice Straw Hats IOc up Mciis and Boys Caps iOu CARPETS Hemp JOe up Unions 2ic i- iBrussels44c1 up lSc u 3Rugs up MattingsIde up IN HARDWARE 1 Knives Forks per set 31cnp Fisfi Lines le each pi Cake Turner 4c Fish Hooks le ilox Sl Piles 3c op Curling Irons 3c up Teaspoons 4c setup 8lnch Butcher Knives Tablespoons 8c setup otGVXT KCvXVVuBT Tie artmtTvl ani Savje KCotvo Jleftpec fttllytSubmitled to Cash Trade E V ELDER 4 AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS othcr MWi1 1vctt g01 OF LEXINGTON KY 160000 P4rD IX LI FIXG BEJYEFITS 05000 RESER VE AND SURPL US 1 hi te ol Lite Israce We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance 4panies pay the estates of deceased 0Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of the investor For 4particulars apply to LiSMITH BOitfTUmSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky e IT MUST BE DONE Without intention to wound anyonewhat8oever we teke this public method to say emphatical ly that we need the money due usi and vie must have it If all acccitep5notprcrnpLIY- eettled we will positflveljy be compel led to resort to stringent measures JIylB4wCOYINGTON ARNOLD BRO SEND US ONE DOLLAR IuSznITsseesgex1as ii si yosrassreh friliti Ioi- sai If yea icd is exrhIy as vtprosil qfl5ItOOT5 Uii- reiii i srae eiee ta reseYaiu loneysriaw 571 Sr btWr thaa orns sderied Brothers At mor mnne7j7 Ihetre1Itt s5rni or 15t451 50 dmis srriseeS ieO or aM eSargs- 3I75 IS QUB SCIAL 95 DAYS PRICE iSU it I v n iiu fclc FreIswzrnnr roitubMnnnTimrmXtFrmi tk4 lUutnttion ihswn wWch Itrink aaticne flaIhhandsoelydecerated Lnioruarnenssd aleI Iye 5I ICiL KS 1iCfrt5iaehcabigIi Ion 3 Iaeh wid sad weIbs ipounti iou 1Ir I ccavca ii tops as foiIii PS5S- Il 5sisI ois I Cjts T-bc5 iz Pid i4 7 kiS 4a4a Cirs- iil i 5s4 Ops su us iuki T 5iylip5i 5 I 51 551 PIW5 114 7 51 157 I5S St 511 ai 5shp I 14 ii I1i- I uiiarstwa f 554 In the Cihsi grad luMjamenWi HUM with Hu To 5 klxt fo1s f IU ieStbritCLeIhoofMie besrbrclo453rItnilaw ntwk and fined leaMwr In sal tn TT aiaii vIaE fsrnI1ia4wKaaheziiIitraucS uilrrer IhCkL pLi 5SI nalw 1IJ lacvssiiIa 4sss pbIiL UARANfltO 23 YEAH USIretr ke Try it oIi nIThtJt aia I1 rifaM ynr MOus 1351 555 P7IC5II7 Sat ili naLAYI f P a with our slock uj in to be well is of our never let vary with Ihi He and give ls thebentfiltrofalliulvanttigiK casli f E Co up C Dr lists 4- I IN Jute and Coin to 3115 H7 bnt plale Tery k1i A lsehjnistc 5aiit nriatTIsrnnrr7 s estEr r i trz un Vn1 psl i5Uruw5 paMar 1 aSSS O7 55Lsss rIis5p 5 l4yflti Iiak s ipsras Ie4 bak psi r1s I frr 0f 7r Tr r fl4 = 0 r v1 I r ir i rv ij SHOES TO LIVE IN slims which fenl comfortable nn circumstances and yet wear ctier than the average footwear is atile kind we are offering our cus 4towersEvery shoe in the lot Is finished care i J fully ns the best custom bootmaker would do it Made of excellent material Handsome and stylish Vnnd smooth as silk inside and we 4 offering them at astonishingly tiare prices J J is ttkWE HAVE A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT j JN THE WAT OF A- BARtJ AIN COUNTERI I Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoos and Slippers SLOOFIR JSuccessors o DaVace Sb RCt liT Hwfr v Z7 i Our Qrujit OneFourth OffClear rH1 ing Sale is now going on i V hws notL Considered IS Everything has had the bottom knocked out Suits Odd dPnnts Underwear Shirts Hosiery Shoes Hats in housei Ine=Fourtli Off r1It IDblloncyullJonr pockets to giT- efl1ikus It you care to make money on your pur IS chases conIC and sue us fig I Our GODQurerirstCl ana Uptopita IB J I STRNG TIis Clothier The Shoer The Hatter TIe Furnisher r Irerer m u pnlld11tell 1hOIllIll1c1nll him that wise jzjiiowii onceitI1 y No Disease Th rever aflliiteil tilt American public has eatwnI more BiiCering than Dys pepsia Dicestiw Dyspepsia Tablets never fail 23 at all ist8 It Int irlendshri creep gently to a rushI M KMM fl U M ii RIVBT Q UR filba Ul ua Iriiplenments Stoves you are to the necessity of saving dollars where you E- II have been saving cents Buying as we do IE tr in large quantities for ready cash we ob 1i1 I ritaiii from manufacturers that enable us to B ii exceptionally Low PRICES pe- STllcmenber that oven tho little Items for household or Sj- iutdiKrtI u 6Uchas Tacks rows Nails eten consul iirablfl saving am be affected which amounts to dollars ngEregate S SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL ltri sec UtI gct prte on roofing and guttering W D KUCKLEY Tinner TAYLOR BROS a The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUSTS 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist An unusually large crowd was in town court day Mrs James Doolin who died lost Wednesday near Ruthton was buried at Buckeye The Carvers Ferry road near Val ley View was ordered opened by the county court on Monday Mat S Cohen bought of Jno P Chennulta Jour year old chestnut geld lug of King Richard for 12550 slightlydamaged at Berea in a storm there recently A beautiful Cliickering piano made of mahogany can be purchased from G W Evans Jr for 00 jne4tf Tho County Sunday School Con vention meets at 8 eedwell on Satur day at fl30 a m See program elsewhere in this issue Mat S Cohen bought of John Me Cord an extra fire five year old chest nut marE by Chester Dare dam by Old Peavine for 300 Henry Farley wanted for shooting with intent to kill in Gairnrd was arrested by Deputy Broaddus on Monday He gave bond and was released Mr Clarence E Woods is moving again this time to the Willis House next to the post office Nine times in three years to the day is a beauteous sufficiency store your wheat the advance or ZARINGWill it wheat de or he will store it aLa low monthly rate Julyntf The Mt Zion Sunday school scholars are requested to meet at J H Craw fords residence near Kingston this afternoon at oclock R W Colyer Superintendent License to marry was issued Friday to Mr D B Duncan and Miss Ella KigKby of this city and Mr Vm liar din and Miss Myrtle East of Tales Creek Joy go with them Per Rent Six room over Higgins Ellis gro cery store for lent for offices or resident Applyto J T McCliutock Richmond Kentucky je28tf Wills Probated Tho following wills were probated on Monday before County Judge Turpin Green B Millions William Agees and Martin Germans P B BroaiWnb was appointed admistrator of Ills de ceased father H C Broaddus A 1lace to go For luscious bananas ripe apples coM ice creamsoda water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco and cigars go to A Dinclle next door to old Post Office Restaurant open day and night aprlDSm Premium Ice Cream Mrs Mattie Alverson took the pre mium on ico cream that was made from cream from Mrs J B Stouffers fine Jersey cows Mrs Alvcrsona great forte is rakenuking but she is an adept in any department of domestic econ omy Produce Firm Changes The welt known produce dealers Nell McSwainhave disposed of their business to S H Grinstead Co of Louisville who have many branch houses over the State Air Nelfwili continue to manage the business Mr McSwain retiring Prompt Settlement ol Death Claim Pending the presentation of death proofs of J W Ames of Berea who died July ID last the Mutual Reserve Fund Association has made a partial payment of the claim through their agent J W Chancy This is quick work and should be appreciated Mr Streng to Move to Louisville Mr II J Strentr the wellknown milt popular merchant iufonued us on Monday of his intention to lICit out his stuck Hud enter a partnership in busi ness on October 1 in in tne same building lately uwupied by the great Mammoth Clotiiiiig and Shoe Company on Market between 4ih anti 5t h Loaded Wagon Overturns on Two Men JenkinS1orthem Mr Masters was painfully in jured The men were caught beneath the wagon and had difficulty in being extricated nlivefroin their perilous position The Qarstiw Answered Alter the baby show last Friday the ancient question was asked What becomes of nIl the beautiful babies If the questioner had ills eyes open ha saw two thousand living breathing answers to his question for one of the leading features of the Fair was the numberof pretty girls and handsome men in attendance Thir reka Green If their plans carried Mr and Mrs George Noland nee Miss Katie Green will be at home to their friends at Union City their marriage having ben scheduled to occur yesterday at Jeflersouville the ioveraGrotiJa Green The bride Is the pretty daughter of M re Will lreei while tho groom is 4 well todo 7b Hift iirjimy a iteph w o rtl Hlhlt i1 L Splendid Band The Richmond band boys did them selves great credit at Nlcholasville They not only conducted themselves as gentlemen but everyone at till Street Fait was delighted with thin music They never titof playing and the Commercial Club of Isicholavillu recommends them to all adjoining towns who are contcmpating having Street Fairer other amusement Jessamine Journal County Teachers Institute Thin County teachers Institute as sembled in annual session at Caldwell Ilish School on Monday There was a fine attendance to greet thn Condurtor Prof Alfred Livingston of Somerset itev W II Lloyd opened the exercises with prayer alter which Mr Cassius Crooke and Miss Viola Million were respectively chosen Secretary and assistant A feature of the Institute will be the open session one night this week Senator Blackburn Confident ExSenator J C S lllackbum stopped here a few minutes last Saturday anti in response to an enquiry expressed perfect confidence in the success of the regular Democratic State ticket lie and Senator Qoebel open the cam paign at Fulton Hickman county in Capt Stones district the First on August 15 and from that moment for ward will we witness the best managed and most aggressive campaign ever waged in Kentucky MarlinOldham Nuptials Col David Martin of Brassfield and Miss Tempie Oldham of this city were quietly married on Thursday last at the residence of Judge ant Mrs John U Chenault Rev Harding olllcintliur After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Mar tin left for a short visit to tile east and will probably locate at Corbin Mr Martinis one of the best known and best liked citizens of Madison while hh bride is no less beloved and popular in their new relation the best niches of their host of friends follow them The Glade Wants The Assessor Mr Bud Uunnof the Glade District announces today for Aweasor nubjtc to the action of the Democratic party Wo commend him to the suffrage ul the party He is one of the old Demo cratic blue liens chickens and he saVe he has a coop full of young Democrats at home 7 boys who will be reared in the faith of the fathers If nominated Mr Dunn will carry the standard always to the front and be certain to down his G O P opponent in ths final contest School Opens Caldwell High School will begin itb Cth session on the 1st Tuesday in Sep tember As an experiment last year we taught Saturday and had holiday Monday and the results were so satis factory that wn will continue in the tame war this year Wo advise all who lives ouuideuf the city who expect to send hero at nil dut ing the year to send at the beginning of the year Our course is planned for a years work ami pupils coming In after the eharses ate started are at a great disadvantage Our grades will t e nearly filled from ihecity pupils so that wn can take only a few pupils from othor dintrictH nod do not care to admit any at all except at the beginning of the year J D LARK Governor Gocbel In Town When it was announced on Saturday evening that the next Governor was in the city and would remain for an hour pending the arrival of thin train to Estill Springs a number of citizens called upon the distinjniilin Kentuckian at the Hotel Glymion and were cordially received by him No pre vious announcement of his coming had been received arid hence a dem onstration f nch as his friends lien would like to have made was impossible However the few Democrats he met gave Mr Goebel the glad hand and assurances of faithful support and his beaming countenance showed he ws entirely pleased with his reception however brief suit informal When questioned he said he would probably return some time during the compnign arid address the citizens of Madison county and thise who are deluded into believing him a creature of horns and hoofs will be treated to the sp cla clii of one of the most puiteelof gentle inrn as polished as he is patriot and as rainy as he is brave A Ctiattaifc to Prestos Tho Lexington leader pleads for a continuance of Hhe case of Preston vs Frenchman the two saddle horses that fouitht for supremacy here List week in 1000 stake which the former won Should Kir jfriidulge again con ent to pit Preston against Carter JSaglea Frenchman and we doubt ROt he will the exhibition would be as attractive provetopoJitiel1ians bigly The decision of the Judges in the 1000 Bankers saddle Make at Richmond last Wedtifcsdny that lreetoiitli Boyle county horsCr wax superior to Frenchman Mr CF Neaglas great saddle as not received iUda- vor In this city or for that matter by saddle hotsemon in tIde part of the State who have been seen by the writer It is of course easier tocriticLu thoR to judge but it does seem rather hard that a horse like Frenchman who wwurs medals won in competition nil oy riie United States should have to take sec ond place in tho ring at Kichmond Preston te no doubt a tine saddler tot his should have entered him at- Lexintofl wtwrij Frenchman will be exlilMted Lt tim ftrwit HMherlMriii honBnMi which will he liwe pR4- this QN ueeto i Ube iftdaUm Mr jtamta Mil FOR ELDERLY FEET jWe carry a line of SHOES 1Whilestyles they are roomy and easy The tenderest feet will not feel the con fining leather Made in all sizes in lack and Russet 11 Calf Uoat etc t Pliable but durable Quality excel lent Prices moderate jje k Constipation Headache biliousness heartburn Indi gestion and all liter Ills are cured by Hoods PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents It Inca not help a timid woman to wear drew goods that are warranted nor toohrink The mottalilY Record everybornegreatmugroughs colds croup anti kindred auVc tions All druggists sell it at 25c No cure no pay It Rose Coyhhiii tire actress has taken the bankrnpt law with liabilities f2083C and but 225 assets Till specific remedy for troubles of time blood kilnt stomach liver is Hoods Sarsaparilla the great blood purifier It Policeman T A lotter at Bjwling Green shot and killed a nexro chichen thief For Babies And Children there i nothing so good in time treat mcnt of concha and colds ax Dr Bells Pine Tar lloney It cures croup whooping rough cold in the heath ami gives sweet refreshing sleep Children love it old people like it Good drug gists sell it It Company I Third Regiment K S G has been mubtered in at Morgantown Cleanliness is next to godliness Dirt and depravity p hand in hand This is just as true of the inside of the bKly as the outside Constipation clogs tIre body and clouds the mind Consti pation means that corruption is breed time body pnixouingthehtood with its foul emaiiations befogging th brain with ita tHintod PxhallatioiiK CoiiHtt pal ion is the beginninc ot more diseastw titan perhaps airy other single dis mder The consequences of roiistipa tion are legion Headache pain in tire- sIde shortness of breath nuilue lulneas after eating coldness of the extremi ties nervousness indecision lassitude dizziness sallowncss flatulence soil a score of other ailments are directly canted by constipation Cure conSfquencltlTietamed by time use of Or Piewes Pleas ant Pellets The are small in size but wonderful in result They cure InjunoullinJrediellll beget the pill habit Ask your drug gist for them Send 21 onerent the ex pense of mailing only and reccivettr Pierces Common Sense Medical Ad viser In paper covers This work con ama 1003 pages and 700 illustrations For 31 stamps It can he hail in snb tnn tinl cloth bindinsr Address Dr II V Pierce Buffalo NY It Thom is but one way to heaven for the learned and unlearned Jeremy Taylor That Dreadful Cold that fearful cough a danger signal It iappirrg tire vitality from Jllllt IlInl1I Today a biltlo of1r Bells Pine Tar Hotter will ciire It tomorrow it mart tOO late Thin remedy will speedily cure a deftpsoatefl cold or a Bnriona cough and glo strength to tIme luni Alt good druggists sell It It The Ohio County Teachers Institute convened in Hartford Monday for five days Where the digestion is good and the a iiernl powers of the VKtetn in a heal thy Miatn worms can find no habitation in tint liutnxM bodv White Cream Vermifuge nut destroya every worm but corri ts all derangements of the dlgerttive organs Price 25 cents Sold by Perry A Thomas druggist auig2lmT a prominent citizen of Webster county was prostrated by heat anti is at deaths door The UPItI Remedy For Flax Mr John Mathias n well know stock dealer of IulnsM Kyk IIaYIIhAfter suffering for over a week with flux anti my physician having failed to re lievo me I was advised to trv Cliam lMrlninK Colic Cholera mind Diarrhoea Remedy anti have the pleasure of stat lug that tire half of rile bottle cured me For pale by Perry Thomas atir2lni The tE Church campmeoting near Louisa began last week with a large attendance He That Aar Good Would Win Should be provided with good health nud everyone who woulii have good health should remember that pure rich blood lathe first requisite IlorxlV Sarwparilla bv giving good blood and good hcallb has helped many a miami to succ 84 besides strength Ainl courage to thousands of women who before taking it could not even see any good in liLt to win Hoods Pltls are gentle yet effective It The G A It reunion at Grayson Park Graeon Ky mbe held on August 17 18 aimil 19 lad 1ItrHClIrF Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Etr Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Btond BalmJ which is made especially to ture all terribjo Blood Disewgfs Pet Kistent t oris Blood and Skin Blent Wits Snofnl that resist oIlier treat Went are quickly cured byM It IL Botanic Blood Balm Skin KruiHiotm Pimples Red Itching KCMHUA Scales Blisters Ret or Brown Patches Mkkhtt Catarrh Kheuinatiwii itc urmill due to h lblood2nll hence eeiIy cured by llD nSyphlUlic lHIiQ1 Iofsou literally pvttewibi B 88 Botahic Blued Bslw in pime to the mouths B B B ikwa jtot iesrtni- uvcgtalletir mineral poiwifi Out tnt tic will ttst it In any cjMte Foffwle h drtiggistB overwhete Law ttottlK II mx fur 5 i5ond for A fe rtrajle bottle Which will l e 8eIt by rtiturir mall When you write tfcMrihe trinj tstantI mrJtIi free oteshsdvkc u iH 1Mitot t o r lh fit J I J to Good Knee Pants for children Ific per pair Allwool Knen Pants double knee and double scat all color worth 75c per pair are 4 yours in this sale for 30 v BoyV 125 and 10 Knee Pant Suits in doifble breasted C and Reefer styles neat and ages 3 to 14 the price in this clearance sale only 89c r Menx Hood Suits well tnaile in brown blue 8 otch mixtures nil sizes wortl S5 6 and 7 will be cloweil in this clearance sale at 2 OS lens Pine Allwool Knits choiiie styles and in single and double breasted Kick and frock styles of fine worsteds scotches and clays every suit in the lot worth antI sold from S3 to H2 take your choice and pick tu this sale at slog Menft Extra Fine Dross Suits ported tailored which will meet mite wants anti suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a T You tan make your unrestrict ed selection from several hundred of these fashion able garments worth from 14 to Sili they in this sale at848 Our 500 and will and sale hoes Shoes worth Mens Black yard yard Wash kinds worth Poplins and will 46c II Dre and Lure CtiitniiiK felt cold and out you us the this sale ask the lug loft this sale must a a space cleaning sale for AVe must room tail and the only it antI thousand time anti loss Uont fail this wile Great Big Lot Too Pants lUll Slime the best roc your you como for these bargaina Jitid save timeand a is a I to room and to tiny I 1 The Rev B bridge Ga Id duties that was attorned by nun bus By I to get huhl of a liottleof Cholera nlld Iteinedy and thinkjt the IIIl my life It relieviil me OMCH Fur wile Perry TluinuM aug2 1m Ilnrdln Viiuity Sunday School wan held Vine Grove What Not Do I cant Hoods anll 1 Hill hungry nil the time Bill fowl nrc- Never friends that you as m night If they happen t 6 sharp they will tell run cures that Do not say My face is full of pun pie You are likely to he tuld by some one of lint for Hoods Barsa curls pimples is In say and my bad II will you liloniliti health will follow as a natural nug2liri jF tEl1 J7 Jf f7 J- 7Si1ZIN HOT I TilEBusy Bee Cash Stores Great Clear ance Sale Cassimere Children Strictly serviceable MQ Ctwimero qualities Imported everywhere reaching pastoral EllenwoiHl ChainlierlaiuV Dinrrlioea druggists Sarsaparilla morning Sarnaparilla improper consequence a ago my which ill moiitlm attack 01 diarrhoea accompanied voiiminir I it such rumedies as usually inn aiiiji lint us nothing gave VP sent a phynieiau mid it iris tiruftliUthmi tho child had hecut rIalmut tl1 ami WHS having of time Hverytwelve and were list it obtained re lint it would not live tholora and and try it I soon noticed a change foi continued a plete cure wn nliout ami now perfeelv JlelIh 1 J s A I The Maiiuii County Taicherb InsllI couveneil at the public tcluxil building in Lebanon Monday anti excrewencep which F- Onflell liny people urn nature to throw oil iinnndlmentH in- tin of hor duties Herbine will aid antI assist nat in her work and a skirt lear amiti beautiful entirely fret all Inirf fectioim to rents For Salt Thomas an j in h J 1 asC s t i 5 J JICliMOND is wild with excitement at the LOW PRICES which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods our previous offers that have convulsed the are dwarfs comparison to offers in the CLEARANCE SALE Prices that were crippled in our offers will be killed in this great knife that was driven to the hilt now sink to heart dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and en ignored No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast BARGAINS we are dishing out stand unequalled unmatched incomparable Z9kBoys Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild Buy rriAHf Boys S2 00 and 250 Knee Pant po at S119 p roo ro and Iant go in this sale at 209 all styles Cream of the Stock f- I fig Boys Long Punts Cassimere Suits worth 00 100 in this clearance sale at 198 Rig Boys t78 9 Long Pant assortment of and plain worsted cheviots Scotches unfinished worsteds etc fake your pick Itnntl fit in this at 493 J rum UNMATtBABLB tLBARANtB ALB CHANCES ARB HBY AVBR QMI111 tailormade 13Such as These in 5J t jli Ladles Patent Up solid worth 125 in this sale at Jper pair Mens in lace and congtets 1 i be dished out to yoa at Kc per pair J17S shoes will be 100 Mens Tan Vie and Russia leather 3 and SI shoes they go In this tale at S o1r Such as in floodsr 11 Allwool 38Inch wide Serge Ilenlrcttas cheviot effects noveltie j fahcy weaves in black a double width Roods worth 35c 50c I per will be alaughtfe In this sale at I8c per yd Noth I ing reserved that 25e SC per are now 12c in this tRoods of all cut half into Mens Suspenders hair ends S5c per pair are IDc in sale iO One lot ot for ladles in sizes and some that r 1 sold at 125 and 2 will be closed in this at I50c per pair l Fine Jaiqnads and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods Former 75 85c pr yard bo slaughtered in this sale at per yard Nothing teuprved Special Clearance Sale a1 on Ladies Readymade Underwear Ladies Reulyinado s Skirts Carpet Tli ce goods have the keen ege of our steel stand to reatCtII bargains we are offering in to see them i Not an article In entiro store untouched bo far clean sweeping mid great us have for our stink wnywe see to get is to auJuil ly givo awny throw out several dollars worth of hoSt goods we have to our customers let by our to A of Mens Linen Mens Camet Jeans lants New York Mills Camlet will be closed at per pairL11along AH when refusal of credit for this CL AHA tJ SALE irake get cash fall goods with Very Rspectmuhlyt7 p 4TLFj W II OLDllAifl COMPANY = RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN W Cofttleynf Stock while attending to at State cholera Hn says cluuce happened Colic wan beaus nfaav at bv Thin Convention at Thursday to Say nut say eat Take lit never hurts AAfto your are as at to Hoods tired fieling quite Theres no need par lla It ami nnnecen ary My lit poor blood ia Hoods Sarsapiirilla good good oI H About month child fifteen old hail an bv gave are in eases relief fur Wltlt tiimlcr rn week Ai Kick days alKiut twentyfive opcralioim bowels hours we con vincrd unless soon Cliolin ChamberlainsI was riMiiinmeiKleil the hettpr by its use bronulit crm11 iilmir county Va drlllIliltlljanK tutu Blotrhp all simply dlorls- of proper perforinnncB mire ensure from rrieo by Perry druggists 21 Jf tt iS for closing All people in our GREAT former sale The will the Every profit tirely The and Suits S3 I Knee Suits Si disappear 10 Suits choicest fancy Dongola Rare Bargains Shoes lid 375c Sunday and dark real Ii119 Sacrifices The Dry p and j Organdies were and nbithis Slippers 23 8s were formerly 150 sale price White them profit attend BrinK CASH health I No one knows the uubrarnble torture tIre peculiar ami agonizing pain raifeil l y hilts unless they have suilered from them Many Ll love t lierrr Incur able This in n nilstakn Proper real ment will cure them TahWn Buikeve Pile Ointment is nn Itifnlliilf flirt Iriee r0 Intllill bottlH tubes 75ceimts- itt Perry ik Thomas drug Store ntlii2 tin The potato crop in Carter county if nhuoita failure To leanse This vet when costive or hi hULlS to pcrlilitnoirtly ovenJimw lia bltnnl oiistipxtiun to awaken tin kiel iifvH and liver to a healthy activity without irritating or weakening them to ili pol hea lnchcM ioldx or fevers Syrup of Figs niaile by tho Cnll fornin Fig S rill Co It takes IOT0000 to pay Kentucky pensioners this quarter Coughs And Colds in themselves aro not sorb us nialndips Tim miu t tr vial couiih or cold If neu Ifted IIMV lean to IIIIlhllll brourliiiie or consumption Tho right time to treat a cough or cold irt rich away Delay moaiirt dniiirnr Dr hills Pine Tar lloney iII quick cute a sure cure and a safe cure It = I iJBnllnrds Snow Liniment iiiwa in xfimt relief in cases of lileeilltg Iliriw Itruisds Sea his Cuts me Prin III1 cents at Purry t Thouuw drug torr nug2Itri Out of clothes out of cuiiiituiiiince tint of wit Ben Jonson t1Thelent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and b Skin Ointment Many very bad nifos have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles nail ullJl11l8hIlPpOOmd chronic sore eyes 25 cts per bozo Dr CatljV Condition Powders are 1 lust whit a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and sermifuge Thoy are not fm d but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 rents per package One touch of iiHltiro niiikes tho wholo world tin Shike pe lleiliiiif i wl1alaptcllullIlIrI of fevorsoTiill kinds Ixcatisc it tlioioii lily ilemises the stomach mid bowels of aiItiillitliK hlllllIIIII1tJloIK nil iii secretions cf the bo l Priif fiO CCIIIM For Vae Iry Perry Thomas driiggiKt- sauj2 lin 1 cH81I +7I t+ + 371++ 3ME 150 150 150 An nn Syjtlrm- Klfpctually imrinnruutnriruistriruuuui ulJlrmri U1flrlJlilJ UUU1LIU LH U II U U U U U U U u u ii u U U U U U U U U U U U U U U OUR 150 WONDER I r I V I I- IiesPT e 1 r 1 JlL Weiive bins Shoe i11aU the cUfferent lasts in both heel and pu ff Tlc l in both B ndBe This s the greatest Shoe on the market Come anil setyfar yourself BootsJ o Gents Furnishing 2 tl Douglas Bijght COJc w t It I j 0n i S11AINTtJClnI0N Y r t 1ld fir Ion nnoonn nn n nn nnnnnnnn ILnntlt IUUULAnlrULnlUI11UlI1nI1nnnnnnnnll1l1l1UU1I1I1I1r uut fl v fl J y Y1 6 I OiS 8 iJ S V PiftI L LL U 71 k ij c 7 5 Nfi C7 T 1 59L Jq i 1i15O sissoE IE++ ++++ +++it ++ t I +++++IE o rI = 0n I 0 tJ 1 j i TS r I BBSS ivis v rt fv r p i t l 4f JRr O = 5 i rI41 7 ir JI l i t F jj IlfFadd Po p- Pi t JDVSth tOur Goods AND+ + Our prices I Compel you to trade withus when you give us a trial c JI 1P ffi lra M lliID cJB m llJ It IllIiIiBcllbI1 The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with I thiteAND Ginson tjjPcURES DR CALDWELLSN Wfieeler S Wilson Sewing Macfiine amiJ sale by Ulue Grass Furniture rtorRichmond Ky r z0 o rirj = 0 y g I O lJ Z 1 0 0 s= gI00 m Il I Sfgo jv g ng M 0 J1 g rpISIS = c cr 1 = g Z j 0 1111111 0 J oJ gggggggg A I Q = Izc P oCoocc = i ES crj 0qr s S91 DO g 11rl 0 Ifjen 4J9J WHH1I0 OT1 t r 0 en g EgsI0Il11 IJ BeS = = eea 0a F oSmI gIDg I i OR CALDWELLS- rIi SVRLPCURES PEPSI n I j I INDIGSTONSOUTflRN Rf11LVI1Y IN KENTUCKY fichcdale In effect Juno 11 1800 EASTBODKfX No SLv Louisville LIN tpn SWpnArAr VersaillesioIam 647pm lOCOpn lo35pul 55inI1MuIJIWpni 740amlLv Loulsvll Ar 7S pia ia40an MoanIJjfl lPjamiAr Ilurgln Lrl 4 15pm7 iPaq WESTDOUNDr 73pnIj Wpm lazsam Lv VenUes Ar 780am 41Spn 33SpllAOpmCA8T1IODKU WESTBOCN- DtNa NoJ1 STATIOKS ItNa aitNa Z iptztpnllpaiLv Louisville 14OIUu 1pOlAr Lexington r lo4Iam IO3p Ar Xnorvtlla7eT 746aa iiopVAr Jacksonville 1o000m Ar Chattanooga I Ar Atlanta UU nmll1Wam zpmIfIIOOpmilYalas Nod JiBanrtB between Louisville nnl Lexington carry Frco Otiscrvotlon CIuiix nI ronnpcta at Lexington dally with lNosla loll urs to Chat tlDOGgII Illrm and Now Orleans and through sleeper CbutunooRa to Atlanta Macon und Jack os land f thugb sleep ngcnrsb ftWeeDixniUvllie and Ulrmln bnm connecting tt Lfxlneton with tbroush aleenera between Knoxvlll Asheville JlICksODtIUeI bo Dal except Sunday Other trains dally PTAIJyIDC M JllsytOn U t Ldville fr G J ta I J ACTS GENTLY ON THE DNEYSLIVERAND ANSES THE SYSTEM fLSEFFECrUALL 0i fEVEIOVERCOMES IiA BITUALPERMANENTL ITS asqErICfAL evy TNt 6tNvtNtMAMro BV tllrNIA fjG5YRVPS- I co 3U31AItc6Jrn u 00 RUtcniL jsnZly GILl AT + + + lffl 1SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap iSSSSSSSSWSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RIGILMOND KY STILL SPRINGS White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN JijNB hi 15 TijBBR h On the K N I B Railroad and the Kentucky River in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery Tim White Sulphur is specific for skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate Iatures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house fiTFor further particulars address t 1L M1IhomI rofrl may314m IRVINE KY 135E- CONOMIST RANGES UtL tiI t Thc rtI1 POI Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LADE MITH i REGENERO 30MPLET BLISS Great c tIC H RestOId Lost tho rxrccxi REx DYnow ITitiin oay rl ot erery American iiuy HWnrnl li Zittrt7 cimranlreil tn cure nxvt miiiiitiraiol ca 0 of NVrroiu UcMlllr of etiIlC U net powerfully and quickly Nv Man IhylrcMy IVrfrrl In the rriiull reInteIIsea lnpotracr Aarteocele Spernuttorhea hily Knljc4ims Lmt Drain end JliucnUr rower rik eniory VTaiefuIneai Evil Drrnma Despon i T liiU of Connilcncr ant all effects of felt iKMrrM nileircsoand Indiscretion which nnnts iir liUklncKs study or marrlace Jl tG lINE RO naton ioiio root of tho disease tbat to why rf Ith thePmlIt Xcr r Tonic In the world tt tanliitirlvcs Vizor Artloanndrctton 9 tire nf Yoitlj li U A m irvelons Blood IarlIhLwbj ro Ilrk loW cornea back 10 r sloehirk liuIstupon vine REUENI ISO utarrtiit Tt 1011 VMU 9199 per Ie err fIfe cheerfully refund m ov Where li boxtSdo not effect a cure rrn frrf M Ute American Office of S25ColwrbusAai5Jl ThomaDruggletapt21ly EXPERIENCE liD YEARS I tftTENTS TRADE MARKS vv DESIGNSrIrm c Anyone sending Ii sketch end drser1J itniokir ascertain our opinion rre whether an InventIon II probably ptoritable Communlen UOni feztcqy conmlenual Handbook on Patent patents1atenuxrtii notto without charge In the Scfentif k flmericait A hnndmmely nianratAd mvWf Largest dr otany udentlfls journal Torn J3 a ne4pa1crkuuJlacclt WMblmr 1t i1 i j PWMAM C UNTY JWNIAY KiW L COM VfHTWN Following is program of meeting to btf held AuR 12 at Speedwell 1000 a mShsarpMusicDevo tional Exercises lDentoDoReoponse by the rclillent ETrfV Dodga 1030 Btatistlcal reports by tho Sec rotary W F Baumstark Other bufeiness 1045 Work of the Kentucky Sun day School Association llor It Helps the Individual SundaySchool etc Prof E A Fux State Secretary Ques tions 1110 The Proper Gee to Gnduate from Sundy ScooIiY Baker 1120 TIle School o Ihp FutureRev T S Hubert 1140 Appointment of CommIttees 1150 General Exercises oo2BksKEr DIXKEB 100 p mPralse Service 110 Sunday School Work fnthoIOrient Rev T P Dudley Jr sionary from India Questions 135 The Proper Use of Sunday School Machinery Mrs Martha E Early Discussion 155 The Homo DepartmentHow- best put Into practice Rev George Ames Discussion 25 What am I going to do with the help I have received What would Jesus doElder W R Lloyd and others JO Reports of Committees Election of Officers Other business 300 Closing Mizpah Everybody invited to attend and take putt in tho great Sunday School- Work Congregational singing Some select pieces by the Speedwell choir and other quartettes Come early forgreet ings before commencing Irritating stings bites scratches wounds and ruts soothed and healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve a sure and safe application for tortured flesh Beware of Perry Thomas THE AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE A gratifying triumph of the American manufacturer is the sending of lo comotives to England Tho Midland Railway of England has given to the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila delphia orders for thirty new locomotives While in the United States a locomotive can he built in from six to ten months in England it takes eighteen months to do the work and time in this case is a consideration The cost of a locomotive in the United States is from 8 000 to 10000 and in England from 17000toSl8000 These are the principal reasons why the American locomotive is preferred While the English locomotive being somewhat more carefully and much more expensively made lasts somewhat longnr than the American products the American locomotive has important points of superiority They can start a load and get under headway much mOle quickly It has more reserve force The matter has been tested by the Pennsylvania Railway and proven to tho satisfaction of that company Conditions in England are different from those in the United States The English train is much lighter The coaches do not weigh more than one half as much as do onr conches For that reason English tests of speed arc not fair as compared with ours But England is aproachingmoro the Amer ican equipment and in a few years the real test will come The United States has also distanced England In competition for supplying locomotives to Japan Last year the UuitedStntes furnished the Flowery Kingdom with 1191900 worth of locomotives while England furnished but 899130 And England built the first railway for Japan and had a long lead at the start WEIGHTY WORDS An able man shows his spirit by gen tie words and resolute actions ho is neither hot or timid Chesterfield The helghth of ability consists in a thorough knowledge of the real value of things and of the genius of the age we live in Rochefoucauld Distance of time and place generally cure what they seem to aggravate and taking leave of our friends resembles taking leave of the world concerning which it hath been said that it is not death but dying which is terrible FieldingWhy will any man be so imperti nently officious as to tell me all pros pects for a future state is only fancy and delusion Is there any merit in being tho messenger of ill news If it is a dream let mo enjoy it since it makes me both the bettor and happier man AddisonRemember that you are an actor in a drama of such as the author chooses If short then in a short one if long then in a long one If it bo his pleas ure that you act a poor man see that you act it well of a crippe of a ruler or a private citizen For this is your business to act well the given part but to choose it belongs to another Epictetus The kisslnc bug is new but we have the kissing buggy buggy with us al ways Cynthiaua Democrat Farmer Fahnstock thinks he owns the offactservant of horse cow and He looks after them better than he looks after him self and feeds them before he feeds him whyItthat Just about the FarmerPahnstoclt reached the place where be can take things he breaks down No class of people have been more quickly apprecia tive of the tonic properties of Dr- liercea Golden Discovefthan Theyhave vents as well as Itkeeps operationorgans or digestion and nutrition and increases the secretions of the bloodmaking glands The use of II Goldea Medical Dill covery at seasons when the strain of work ectworkingdown which comes from over drafts on the strength GcldenMedical andIUiwrite Mr W T tellhow4octorseould JillNowmedidoesiro inedicineefoldenBO alcohol whisky or other intoxicant A single of medical knowledge pastcomputation pagelloCpriceIr l payexpensecent DrlLstamps for paperVwml edition or 31 t ir i f r WS- mlUSIIPN V Iisnvetl nourished and for the IT mother hose milk docsV IJw boy or girl who is thin and V r pale and not well nourished frT by their food also for the wranxn or consumptive 2 W adult that is losing flesh W Jand strength vln fact for zll conditions W cf wasting it is the food 5 V medicine that will nourish w and build up the bodyand U give new life and energy V when all other means fail JJJL Should be taken In summer as 3 tit well as winter S soc ndf ioo all drug sti li SCOTT ABOWNE Chemists New York ilI ie1lX RIGHT WILL WIN The following extract from Bryans Chicago speech at the recent meeting ofttia National Democratic Committee is a severe blow to those Democrats who are clamoring for a compromise platform simply to catch votes We are preparng for the campaign ofJOOO The National Committee met anti prepared for its work Wo are going out to fight You ask mo whether we are going to win I toll you I be lieve we ought to win and there is no way in which you can predict success except to deserve success We are not going ftp ak Is this thing popular 7 or Jslhe other thing popular i We are going to nek Is this thing right 7 And if this thing is right the Democratic party would rather go down as the champion of right than to win as the champion of wrong LI aID not afraid of defeat I can speak from experience Having met face to face a large number of those who were kind enough and generous enough to give me their support in 169G 1 can say to rOUt without flattery that having seen them I would rather go down with them to eternal defeat than bo President and have to ask England what to do for my conn try1 Applause That Throbins Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sutterers have proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Head aches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not curedv Sold by Perry IThomas Druggists 5 COLLEGE HTLL Its hot out here- Watermellons will soon bo ripe W H Scndder of Bed House is via iting friends and relatives here Protracted meeting is being held at the Methodist church north by Rev Win Childers Misses Florence and Laura Sexton of Lexington are visiting friends and relatives here- William Henry Scudder Marcus henna Brock is teaching the school at Vienna Clark county Miss Bessie Lewis of Clark county visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs A K Lewis last week Mr J H Wilson and Miss Jennie Johnstone are visiting the Rev D B Ware and wife at West Bend 11 P Lewis of Mt Sterling has been here the past two weeks visiting his parents Mr and Mrs A K Lewis Miss Cricket Terrill of Richmond has been visiting here the past month Crickets are becoming very popular in College Hill especially so with the wri ter who thinks there is nothing on this earth like a cricket V C A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she Bays of this Royal Cureit soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe So will every opo who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price SOc and SI 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug- Store every bottle guaranteed 5 LITERARY NOTES Wireless telegraphy has hail much general treatment in press and periodi cat butin the iJNflw Lippencott for August this vital subject is seen through the scientific eyes oj lrofus Son George FrJJaker whobns just been crowned by the Prince of Wales with honorary membership in the Royal Institute of Great Britain The Chinese in SanFraucisco are one of our odd elements In Dr Doyles tllleTh Illumination of i Moy in the August New Lippiticutt all the color patbos and queerness are lastingly pictnrlll11 AS EDITOR HOWELL SEESIT The ardor with which Republican newspaper denounce Goebel aud cud die up to the proposition to defeat him by divididg and defeating the party is worth a suspicion ortwo tosvthe least It leads directly to tho eugges lion that the Democrat who hopes to purify his party by wrecking I t or ease his disnppointtneiitsby placing Re publican State Administration power must be a peculiar Democrat to say the leasU The xslyugtj that one man cou1d IT would undertake toinauipulntoa con vention of moo than a thousand dele gates and dniken its counsels jv un democratic methods is so absurd that it needs only to be stated A party whicli wrecks itself in the name of rtfpnn is not worth reoriniugAtlitiia Constitution 1odollysppl Cure cures dyspep because Its ingredients are such publicean JerfeCldYterrYTsj I At Xt11t ICk j 1 D t 4 f 7 lrlIhe following are the dates ing the Kentuckyfairs this v a sofa as reported T Lebanon August 154 days Columbia August 224 days 5 1IoJIaShelhyville August 23J days Springfield August 23i days Hanibtown August 29S days LaGrange August 308 dayL Florence August O3days Elizabethtown Jcptember 54 days Bowling GreenSeptejnber 134 das Glasgow September 204 days Guthrie September 274 days Horse Cave September 274 days Owcnsbqroy Oclober3 5 slays Weather Predictions Lexingtons weather prophet Prof Asa Martin furnishes the Leader with isis forecast for the incoming winter People who are sweltering these days may get some consolation from the forecast It cant always be warm Here is the way Prof Martin peers into the future As Christmas comes this ear on 1 o c11te cans look forj perilous t sii aswarS famfnesv earth qunkes pestijence and terrific storms on sea and land and great dis tress among nations Lhere dill be during the winter twentyfive snows The first one will fall November 11 1890 There will be two ice spells one in December the other in January Ice will bo three and onehVlf inches and five inches thick There will be ten days of zero weather The coldest day will be ten below zero The people can lay in coal and be ready as I have warned you all in time CLARK ALL RIGHT Colonel J Scott Renick of Wincher ten Ky one of the wealthy and mUm ential young farmers and lute stock breeders of Clark county was at the Grand yesterday Our county went strong for llardiu said Colonel Renick and I was a Stone man but I will say to you that while our usual Democratic majority is SOO we are going to give Senator Goebel and the Stale ticket a majority of 400 There is no monkey business among the true Democrats of Clark county There were only 15 bolters signed the paper calling for a convention and two of those afterward haUl their names scratched from the paper Every one of our bolters aro gold bugs and voted for McKInley or Palmer and UnckllerCinciullal Enquirer Our baby was sick for a month with severe cough and catarrhal fever Although we tried many remedies she kept getting worse until we used One Minute Cough Cureit relieved at once and cured her in a few days P L Nance Prin High School UlulTJale Texas Perry Thomas Obeyed the Scriptures In reference to the Gentry reunion the Louisville Times says The Rev olutionary soldier Richart Gentry to whom 10000 good American citizens of the present day trace their origin deserves a national monument in com memoration of his faithful obedience to the scriptural injunction to multiply and replenish the earth ONLY TWO BOLTERS IN WOLFE Jonas Vansant one of the most popu lar Democrats of Wolfe county was hero Wednesday and says he has heard of but two Democrats in that county Who will not support tim ticket One of them is Senator Billy Mize who has been disgruntled for several years Winchester Democrat Last Thursday Bryan spoke tit Green field Iud the occasion being a grand Democratic Chicagoplatform picnic It was the largest and most enthusias tic crowd of the unterriflcd that ever assembled in that section of Indsann being estimated at between 15000 and 20000 people Yet there are some peo pIe who tell us that Bryan is not as strong as he was in 96 Winchester Sun Its a big mistake to suppose that Goebel lisa no friends in the good old Democratic county of Warren They are as thick as hayseed inn Populists whiskers in harvest timo and most of them have good long memories Some of the kickers might for their own good put this in their pipes and smoke itmnitha Grove Gazette 1lWord to DoctorsWe have the highest regard for the medical profession Our preparations antagonIzinlay it down as nn established truth that imernalTemedies are positively injurious to eectnntmothers The distress and discomforts experienced during the months preceding childbirth can be al leviatcdontfby external trettnsentby a that softens andre laxes the overstraincd muscles We make and sell such a liniment combining the ingredients in a manner hitherto unknown and call it tothers Friend tSItexpectant notbers It overcomes morn ing sickness It relieves the senfe of tightness lit adjclses cease and danger from Swollen Hard and Rising Breasts is avoided Labor itself is tbcpninWemend it and ive knw tluit nmltittults of women go i the drug stores and bu thtitJlhsicinnshavejust a fair teit Tlero is no possible chance of injury being the result because Mothers Friend is scientifically compounded It is sold at SIll bot tie and should be used during most of the period of gestation although great relit is experienced if only a short time before childbirth Send for our il lustrated bnob about Mothers Friend THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA QA KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatltartIfleIaIlydhgestathofood n aids strcugtheningandrCC n Btructlng exhausted digestive orcgans ItIs tbpjatcst discovered digest preparationan curesDyspcpslaStomach Nausea Jcncadac GastrllglaCrAl at1l impcrfectdjy c t ce ItSSS 1ucel hy leflt Tlb a i i I l I C u lly Ccurl a arS fi t Mo a y meliJ on adtson nn firstMoni day Leington Fayette county second onyay Stanford Lincoln county second Mon hay Geprgetoii SCottro nttl3r M day J DvilleBoyl outy4hirdTMon1ay PMondaywjncfreser Cfark utPfoirth fioiillMdrlavVersailles woodford county fourth Montlay l Gen oraliTaylor tIt Republican nom ineejfor doveruor was in a big hurry to announce that he would not meet Senator Goebel in a joint debate Mr TaylJ r evidently doesnt believe in getting too close to a buzzsaw Mays villeJJuIletin 1 25c SOc hkh A F 7I IuMP FWe number Rpfrig 7FS1lv rjC levs White Cream Freezers 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