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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): August 9, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899080901_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): August 9, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 26. RICHMOND, LINE TO RICHMOND THE NEXT STEP IN CONTEMPLATION BY THE LEXINGTON STREET RAILWAY. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1899. NUMBER FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING. 10. For Rent! Choice of three good ofiice rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hardm t t SUITS THE POCKET, the eye and the ear. All the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruments of merit. They possess everj'-thinessential to sweetness and strength of tone and The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a yuaranto.fi of its excellence. HARDING & RIEHM. ware store. Main St. Also very desirable eight-rooresidence, .i in. wiiiii iituucru conven iences. GRI6GSBI k MUNCET. t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOUNETS. JJt ir boauty of finish. W. MILLER. Attorn kt-at-- H. G. KENT, Agent, wt KENTOCrr. RICHMOND, KY. y RlCHMOMD, inner'. ORIce In Ihr ftxiriiam Ttuildlng, NaWona.1 Hank. next door to feb3-l- Patronize lose lira... Tnnm imnr ftivnlllntr.. h..t at A .11 ntV.. property In the Blue Urasa Insurance CompaAttokne ny, ot Lexington, Ky., a home Institution. KICIIMON'D, KENTUCKY. Gives protection acalnst Fire. Lichtnine and Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable OftVe over Taylor's I In nl want store, COtnnanv for the Deonle of our eonntr now operating In the State, and gctr cheaper ever Court llonw, on Main Street. year as long as you continue in ine company. For further information call on thei' agent M. II. HOGG, and collector, S. R. II. II LACK. Attorney-at-LavItichmond. Kv . ofiice on Main Hlrpet. ATTORNEY AT LAW. opposite Court House, next door to State Bank s j. rust, uo., second Door. Kkktitky. J.IIIIMONH, OlhVe No. 13 Hi ret St.. up stairs. 31 30 J. II. CARTER, Pres. mayll-l- y C. C. BOSWOBTIX. Sec'y. vat-Latp J.C. &D. Rr II MONO, M. OIlliNAUI.T, - ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Krntuckv. strnet, over Chcn-anlt- $18. ai Ot-iS Olliro on iproccry. PREPAID. rortuisfiyie 7X?.,titJ new h i c b FREIGHT ,&i arm. sewing W. R. LETCHER, Attorney-at-La- . KfUIMONO, Olli'-- Kentucky. with T. .1. Smith, Jr., over Covington & Mitclu-HV- . -- mm WHAYN3 mchK-C- vA xnncninc.uoiaatii. In days money win pc refunded. Send cash with order. Descriptive circular sent on appfc2" tion. M'K'O CO., LOUICVILLa. KY. 30 .VWjSfn" attach.Eicnn war??n,c' ii'ears. If - The electric; line from T'xinuton to Richmond lias lioubert itH heatl hi again and we clvc tlm much from bat- nrday's Loxinjrtdii Herald: "Quneral Malinger llaihawnv. of the Lexington Strret Kailvvny ('oinpniiv. is in JCiuliuioiitl, Va.. in consulliiiion with K. JjincaHter AVillinnm on bueinebs of importance and when he re-tnrns it 18 tid limt ho will lo prepareil to issue onlora fur extensive improve ments in the street car Hues. 'For eome time improvements on a largo "scale have been contemplated. such as extended the lines to surround ing cities and purchasing a park When President Williams was heron few daye ago these matters were considered at a meeting of the board of directors, but no definite action was taken. The question of borroniuga largo amount of mouey from the Continental Trust Company, of Ilaltimore. was discussed, and a resolution was parsed ordering a mortgage on the property for tho purpose of paying oft" a number of old bonds and extending the (racks and otherwise improving the property of tho .company. The mortgage, which was for $1,500,000, was drawn up and sent to Baltimore to be acknowledged and recorded, and on Friday morning t was returned here and made a mat ter of record in the county clerk'e ofiice. "TUU mortgage, together with the fact that Manager Hathaway has gone lo consult with President Williams gRVj rise to the report that immediate and extensive improvements were considered. It is thought that tho line to Itichmond, which was proposed some time ago, will be built, as a member of the company has already taken steps toward securing i he right of way from the Itichmond Turnpike Company to cross its bridge over the Kentucky river. It is also suid that the tracks will be extended over several other streets of the city, but this work will not bo done until next summer.' The return of Manager Hathaway is awaited with much interest." When asked about the matter Mr. Parkcs, of this city, who is president of the turnpike company, said he hnd heard nothing about the matter referred to in the above paragraph. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome aoru. sakino powder co., tw romc W "T" i VA Baking FoWDtR A iiiES M Esri,378 1 Record! iiD,sEAsEDi ieii nervous BLooD i 7cM gEQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Goods A I lffrW is - Hit Frico. ! "United We Stand, Divided We Fall. SEVEN C0L0RE0 BABIES AT BIRTH. The Signal always supported Democratic nominees of a, regular Demo cratic convention, and always will. We shall never flinch from the steel though it may be driven to the hilt.' If we dio, we die fighting within the lines of tho regular party nominees, and not in those of the bolters. This is the only way to maintain a party. The defeated candidates (some of, thein) of the Louisville convention ore trying to put up a baiters ticket, and will probably succeed, headed by John Ynunjr Brown. The Democracy of the State has honored you. You have ridden tho Democratic inulo into Congress and dso into the Governor's chair. Yonr policy now seems to be, rule or ruin. Now when the party needs you. and he battlo raging, you desert the liiint line, and assume the role of assassin to stab your brother Democrat in tin back, and by so doing you dig yonr own political grave along side (,f tho Louif-vill- o Dispatch. You try to destroy the party that lias honored you. for yean-lcome. Mr. Goebel is not to be iilnmod for securing the nomination. It is the delegates that were sent there Out of 1,092 delegates thero were onlv 100 instructed for Goebel. If thei-bolters let Mr. Goebel convince 501 J of those delegates that he was the man to nominate, and did nominate, is he to be blatnetl? JJu, never. Would you not have done the same thing, gentlemen, in a nut shell, is iliis: Goebel ditplaved more ability, more generalship than the whole opposition combined, and you know it, and that's what hurts. The battle is on. The bigual is on the tiring line, whore lie expects to remain until wo are shot down or tho battle won or lost wo will novor desert United we stand, divided we fall. Mt. Vernon Signal. o e day morning lo seven chlldreu, six boys and one girl. The children were alive when born, but two of the boys and the girl died in a few hours. Thefourboys are alive and healthy. The mother is als doing well. The father, who is a coal miner, was notified at once, and hastened to his home to be confronted with a sight that lus probably never been the lot of mv other man. Drs. Lilly .Shoemaker mil Worrell, who were in attoudaiire ipou the mother, reported the matter, unl in a few moments after it was tiiown tho wildest excitement prevailed. iliiiinreilH of people rushed to the house md c'amored to see the children. The babies were placed in a row, tin-fowho were in good health taking some apparent interest in the proceeding, while the three otherH were held t y friends caring little what was xoing on. Tho seven children were all well forni"d when born, and their combined weight wa thirty-tw- o pounds. Tlie parents have decided to name thefourcllildren after Admirals Dewey, Sampson, Schley and Capt. Charles Coiighlan. The happy father will write to the four gentleman informing them of the honor conveyed upon thein. Pittsburg telegram to the Philadelphia Record. iib-m- The wife of George Hnt kett. colored, of Brownsville, Pa , gave birt'i Tues- private againn nature I.UUIU1 nnen igi'raniiit the tcrnblo crime yon wcro rommiltinc- - Did you only consider Ihi fasciniticc allurements of this cril hnliit? When too lato to amid the U -riblo results, wcro yonr eyes opened to yonrpcrilT lid yon later on in contract any l'lll VATII or 11 LOO I) di.'cao7 Wcro you cured ? Do you now and then ,en nma nlamiinp mnfnniif t Pare ynu marry in yinr con- -' Vu .lii.T hO.." know, "litlvli FATHEIt,' S 1,1 Hh It married, aro you conwnilr livincln drcadr Js marriaco a failure withT'-- on recount nf nnv weak. ne rauwl ly early abut o or later cx- cwcsT Ita- - e you been iinisrod with merenry? This lionklctwillpointoatto you tho rcjult. of tbero crimes and point out hfnrmir NKY JICTIIOD TREATMENT will niiltlvrlv enre toil II shows lOTrlhoninds have been fareil by our NKW TKKAT.MKNT. It provei man-lrnpn-en- HnM VniIMn III11U 50,000 CURED Havo you finned cl The man h who has a good, sonnd, reliable carriage under him. lie can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well made, reliable nla?'ons, carriages, runabouts, whale-imii- p speed pis. or road carts, that come what may on the road, his wagon nevt r will nive war. Wo have onr of thn j finest stocks of load wagons, rocka-- ( wnj-- and rulibriird bugiries in Tiiclt-- i JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r., montl. Kentucky Carriage Works. s Never before have such goods been displayed in Richmond as can be found at my place of business. zaring; our lulyll-t- f to buy wheat. lii.w wo can rv run, in. iiuKKr, .xhijji 'i SlltlClUHK. IJIPOTKNCV. MSfltllT IlUAIN'H. tlNNATPHAL (ll'UNTEr. TO CIJllK ANY Clli:.l!Li: VAXY. Oil NO PAY. We treat and euro EMISSIONS, M Car? Bed room Suites, Dressers, Rockers, and in fact everything to be found in a First-Clas- s Furniture House. These roods are rare because of style exceptional because of PRICE. SB--i - Cut The Price In Two. Our Redaction Shoe Sale has just opened. We aro offering unmatched bargains in Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Never liefore were Shoes sold at such prices, and i CURES GUARANTEED TIio Waxes cf Sin" rent frrc by 'A QPKSTTON Fit UK .KAT.MENT. H unablo t call, write for U LA NIC for 1I0MK Kennedys KerganI 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. rKS. The Best of Shoes To bo had. We are making room for our immense stock of Boots and Shoes for Full H Hamilton Clark, of Ciiatlncev, ,Ga.. says he suuerod with itching piles twenty years before trying DeWittV Wi'cli Hazel Salve, two boxes of which completely cured him. Beware of worthier ami dangerous counterfeits. Peiry & Thomas. Public Sale! Aa atrenta for the heirs of AV. K. and J. K. Oldham, we will gelt publicly to the hlRlicst $4 P0 aud best bidder, on the premise., three lniUa 15 00 east of Itichmond and mile from Irvine pike, on Otter Creek, on a 00 2 CO one-half and Winter. . NST" TORS FASHIONS. The skirt of tho fashionable bathing costume is long enough to hide the Think of These: Men's Shoes going nt Men's Shoi s going at Ladies' Shoes goingat Ladies' fchoi s going at A S3 00 T. C Lowry, A ttonirtrai- - Law, M..brley Hnililitie. Ttidiotnl, JCy. BOO FOURTH AVE.. Lumber For Sale! I have atmv mill, near Waen. about thrrp hundred thousand fectol oak lumber wnicn 1 will aril at mill or loaded on cars. For further particulars call on or address J. M. UUWllAN. first-cla- PHT3I0IA1TS. dus. gtbson, Huhuohd, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ... & gibson, Kentucky. 8 u!yV3mo Waco, Ky. llfice in ihe Joe 1'c.lina building, Strict, orer Wmie .old dritituore, and 20 17- - NOTICE! All persons purchasine nnv product raised on the farm of the undersigned, are hereby warned to pay me, and no other representatives of my family tor same. MKB. I1UW.M1U W. COUNKLISON. CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. JlyJMw Veterinary Dontltry and rjlcrlllty i Specialty. -Otfice up stair, over store recently SEND US ONE DOLLAR by itichmond Harness Co . Bast Main St UlMK.UlK HUL A0 WOOD IBM PUm pr7-l- y itiihmond, Ky. CUOK hTOVK, by freight C.O.IX. eljert t -- tminfition. roar frrlzht depot und It . C. M. 1) KuSf. OOnv TW Medicine ami Surgery. l'rather Ituildiiu:, Main Street. Ilroadwa). (the Cnrr place) on - JASPER, loana penocw lysitliUctDry Mntm mtiie nt residence ----- UilS B1K. you KullMOM), KkKTI'CKYM 1)., or he rd of .py the rXI IU1IT mm sr ' knickers" ivoro underneath it. A Frightful hhinilcr 'DeWitfs Littlo Earlv Risers did Rings are ridiculously fashionable, Will often caute ft horrible Burn, me mora good than all blood medicines covering ths fingers to the middle joint and other pills," writes Ueo. H. Jacobs, Scald. Cut oi Bruise, Diu'.klen's Arni oi inompson, (jonn. I'rompt, pleas- ca Salve, the best in the World, will in many instances. ant, never gripe they euro constipaExquisite sash ribbons are of white tion, arouse the torpid liver to action kill the palu and promptly heal it. gros giain patterned with pink roses Curt-Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcere and give you clean blood, steady and green leaves. nei ves, clear brain and a healthy Boils, Feloli, Corns, all skin eruptions. All boots, shoes Perry & Tliomiis. Bet Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents women of fashion aud slippers worn by have rounded toes. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per A prwty hat is. of burnt htiaw with VALLEY VIEW ry& Thomas, Druggist. 5 large white bow of rice straw. A STRUGGLE FOR LIBERTY. The shoes designed by Best A Co. for Luther Sanders nntl wife, of Tyrone, a child that 'toes in" is worth tho in visited the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mm. Taylor, last .Sunday. Under the head of "The Peoples' vestigation ot mothers. They should write to the firm In regard to it. They for Liberty,'1 the Mishi.-sipMr. William Oalliher, of Hunting ton, W. Va., aud Tames Gall! her, ol Valley Democrat, published in St. have also a shoe for the child with Normal, KyJ, were called to the bedside Louis aud owned and edited by a Kuu- - weak ankles, of special construction. Some shirt waists have r emof their sister. Mrs. T. II. Spurlock, tuekian, prints this ringing editoiial: who is daugorously ill. "The issue is Well defined in Ken- broidery bodies, with plain sleet es finished witli stiff cuffs. They aie very Mrs. O. A. Roy returned home last tucky. It ia the people against the Rh- Saturday after a prolonged stay with pubiicau party and (inlaw fill combina- iiPar, cool ami trim in appearance. Little safely pins of coral, in sets of relatives at Catlettsblirg, Ky., and In tions of wealth. It colild not be mote ihrec have appeared. forcibly expressed than in this way: dianapolis, Ind. Tho most bathing suits 'The iMiiie to be forced Upon the peoMrs. Mary P. Wash and two children. ple of Kentucky in the State cauviSM aieof daik tan aud gray, and black of Stamping Ground, returned home brillianiine. They stand sun and sail last week after a visit of several days which will soon be upon us6eems from spray better than anything else. the present outlook to foreshadow the with her sister, Mrs, A. D. Goosey. Democratic party versus the Louisville Though, dark blue ilinne! is a good old stand-by- . Rev. H. D. Corkrill, junior editor of and Nashville Railroad Com nan v; the Pentacostal Herald, will conduct The Republican party will be iherely a Ribbons for Blocks are in Dresden the quarterly meeting at Svlomo M, side issue. It will tut but a second and fancy Ji'aWs. Peau de sole and E. Church South, on Thursday and flgiiro. It Will be potential oitlv r.B atletits in bright colors, are also fashFriday before tho third Sunday in rate a dependent of the Loilisvilleand N'asii- - ionable. August. pi all-ove-- First, The followlsg described property, me Dome place, Known as me Arcn Karanaui;ii place, containing 30 acres, with house of ten r co. us and all necessary outbuildings, rjecond, a tract ot land, located one mile from home ad;oininjr the lands of S Noland and Juce, Doty, contalnlnir tJ acres. D Third, a tract of land, located on Clear Creek, Rockcastle county, containing about 73 acres of pood timber land Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. d TEKMS. cash, balance In twelve months, at 6. per cent interest with security and Hen. For further particulars call on lira. W. II. iltller, on the premises, or address, DR. I. B OLDHAM, ( ABenta, JOHN DOTY, auje2-2Richmond, Ky. t: One-thirw ki him IStii, IS, 2 50 2 25 1 00 i You have horse sense. Then don't be a donkey and go pay out $60 or $70 for a machine when you can biry one for half that price. You can get a machine like the above cut,- with . which we will give - i large assortment of Ladies' Oaforils. just the kind Al every Lady wants. prices that will suit the Come poorest pocket-booearly and get ypur pick. k. ZARING laly-tf Will give you more flour and of a beiterquality for your wheat than any' ue. Co... .. . Se oot:rir::r:rir;I::r;;;:Iii;..i.ei .................. ........ ...... .......2...., ea.. THIS V,'EEK'S ., IPs OJSr Rich Goods Poor Prices. RICHMOND, KY. at guarantee, for 0, 5, avviri.50. PS Freeman Bros., aug2-l- y These machines will be sold for cash or monthly paj'ments. Anything to please our customers. Come, ,u aud see, Wie,w. . ...-a- o o MB ,.a9 co aa aa aa ex" 99a... . aa aa aa aa OS H n Si NEVILLE 220-22- 2 H RICHMOND, KY. W. Main Street, 09 afi rKSSll ea. a... ta.i, iWJll DAY PHONE NGHT PHONE 23. 23. ,.a0 eo DON'T V OR GET IT , G. W. EVANS, I'llYS'OIAN Kiciimonii, .... t, Kentucky .1. TA Yl'.OK, Vmeiilnmcr tii IMitiiie mul Svrgrry, - . KsNTUCKY Uummonii, -- 111. T. f)nice and residence (in Second Htrcet. 1m the li.ro 71 tnTTK vtwx oru mo FREE jent with orblUVt CAlALQGUb 6J .Ifr nr 1013 indfrfiirhi cnanrrs. Tnu store is - sim &a, s. oren i top Is ititSi mule rrom n- t telnm, eztr Hhslstll. hcry irire flues. shelf. coTrr. J bvny Itntnrs and prmte. Urry UrwoTen cm duon ItitUomf nd ttlmnilnn. rxtr ntctcrl plated orns.meitUonfi Urcre rtrep, FnntDeiiUh prrim tlMd rrrtlr. band ano wmie lanre nniainrnmi rme. neat nai mrvrr we furnish FKKit an rxtr wnod mAktnz ft a per HK INSI K A KIXt CI AU1NTKK ! ltl fret eerr stove and enarnrtre sfe drltvrrj" tojparrall roadstatloo. Tour 1th dtAir nuH ctorre ru ll.Cfor snch a stoTr. thr freltiht ts only aloul tlM fu. eacnoa miles. rMTrNi At mm Mii.W. jiinrrn &CO.(IHC.-C;;WC0,!- DEITTAL STJEQEHT. op Louisville, Ky. next door to Government HulMlng, KictunSnd. Ky. Office bourn 9 to 1 to 1. 12-- nKwnsT. nov!7-l- y FRED SMITH. DEN 1 1ST. "Omeo, over Colllna' Orwcry. Mine office lately occupied by Pr. W. W. llurRiii, Janl y Dr. Louis H. Landman No. 503 West Ninth Htreet. Cincinnati. Ohio. will bo at the Hotel Ziramer, Richmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, mond, Ky. AUG. 9, 1399, feMS-I- returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of Rich- SHORT LINE TO New Orleans-- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO Pullman Tourist Bleeping Car leaves Lonts-Tine every Thursday night ana runs lurougn to San Pranrlsm. Ask your ticket airent for particular or writ to R ft. Fouler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Aiempnis ana new uneans. A. II. HANSON. WM. A. KELLONB, O P. A. , Chicago. A. O. P. A- - Lonlsvllle. AND CALIFORNIA. city Sunday T). II. Swaflbrtl, James Taylor and William Wilson returned from High Bridge Monday. Harry Spnrlock, of Findlaj', Ohio, mt. was called to tho bedside of his mother, Mrs. T. B. Spurlock, who is not ex pected to recover. SEARS. ROEBUCK Then) arrived at the homo of J I. Qmii, EMbaek h C. ar UrBl.l- - rtllAtbu E4!tcr.l Sowers, hist Friday, the 2Sth nit, a bov, apr56m THE STORY OF A KISS. Everylvody in this nlaee Ir forGoobel. except it lew soro neati Kepuiilleaus. The London Daily Mail tell.i thi We don't tolerate bolters tit this w:-tio- u Iti tie hit, ami it is either straight pretty vtory of a kiss sold at attrtion: a Demorrrey or bad Republicanism with A fascinating aeiresr, whoso nauiti need people. out not be mcnti'incil, being aiixiu to st JAY Jil.I. ItfS a certain chari-- in the provii wnj ollVred a kiss to be put up at unci ion. i0 V6 "VDcVTvU The bidding was brink and had advanced in three Icip.s from two guinea lo30. when without further pailey tin round sum of "rS00 was offered. Then1 being no higher bid, the kiVs was We are now offeringyou knocked down by thn uui tiniieer to a 20 per cent, or one-fift- h colonel in one of our line rcgin ents, off on evei'3'thing in our who caino forward to meet the blushAre your nen-e- s weak? very large stock of Wall ing young lady. Can't you sleep well? Pain But to the surprise of all present, Paper, from 5c per bolt in your back? Lack energy? the colonel introduced a dear little Digestion Appetite poor? . - on.up in price. bad? Boils or pimples? noy. explained niiit it was These are sure signs of his grandsou's fifth hirthdav, and that nrtlsnnlncr. the kiDs as a birthday he had From what poisons? p giit for him. Whereupon M!s From poisons that are always found in constipated look the child in her arms and dis bowels. ci i urged her debt with inter ett The On everything in our If the contents of the charity, a local one. In which the col bowels are not removed from line. Get prices from one! took a keen Interest was the the body each day, as nature .all the cities then get intended, these poisonous richer by rS00 for thn granddad's gnu substances are sure to he erous whim. ours and you will see . al- - p absorbed into the blood, But a little bird wliLporod afterward ways causing suffering and I ' ours will be the lowest. frecmentlv causine severe r. I's ilinuer party that that at tho Til disease. night he had one also "on the Miict Q. a common sense TA There is T." Wo, handle nothing but tho best grades. We make to order all kinds of Rubbed the Grave. of Paints in any color We make to A startling incident of which Mr. otdor nil kinds of Window Shades We inako to order all kinds of John Oliver ol Philadelphia, una the : ' jJicture.Vrainos, Wall Paper, Taints subject is narrated by him us follows Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, etc. "I was in a inoft dreadful condition. StiK-thn largest and prices nl- My skin was almost yellow, eves sunkays the lowest. en, tongue cohtcd, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three ltd I pbvsieiJus had given mo up Fortunately, a friend advised trying "F.lectrieBiN 203 W. m SIEEEI. ttrs," and to my great j jy and surprise tnc urst uoitio iinnio a iiectde) improveRICHMOND, KY, They daily insure an easy ment, I continued their use for three and natural movement of the bowels. weeks, and am now a well man. I know You will find that the useof they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim." N'o oneshouid Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. fail to try them. Only 50 cents per bottle at Perry & Thomas' prngFtoro. Pue- WEST BOUND. SS am cessors to W. G. White. ML Stcrllnr and Lexington Accom .... 5 313.00 C. E Gibbors, of Ford, was In the hitxwl hink anil white,, or vllle Rollioail Cnlnpahy. Thill come aud White, iiiakes a good and pany spelit thousands of dollars to beat Goebel in the lata convention. It will prelly Milliliter peltfcoatj Kvklyx CaiiLe. spend tens of thoUsalitls Of dolla s to beat htm at tile poli" I's opposition ICodol Dvspisia (Jure thoroughly made Goebel the nominee. lis oppo digests food withoutaid from the stomach, u ud at thu saiiie.timo heals aud sition Will elect him." the diseased digestive organ. Qtlirkly ritro ttnnstipnlion and rebuild It is the only remedy thm does both ot hese things allil en he relied iimiii . and invigorate the entire never gripe or ualiseale ItaWitiV Lit periiianenllv.ciire dyspepsia. Perry it t human. tle Larly Risers. IVrry fs. Thomas ll.ix-bl.i- aff c 88 C S as... e. 0a., act... OX-OO- Reduced Prices. CCC9 ...c as ot aa aa ae aa ec aa ac Ftrinu Mmie Plrfctor, Cral Jlnr Cot. nf Miulc, Mnnlrh. Sanrb ltiintcrs in Art and in Klorntloti. Ornimilf (M cri) nn.urp.-i.r- l in America for lpeanty. It .tiiiirntii hare rrrrmrntnl mora than i Sialyl. R.filiol honir. Number limited. Trrma nvionable. TII. SMITH, A. M , Pim. (Alunitnui of Unlr. of V.J jlyl2-8- flirt,' f f I I CpStrnnsMt Unira.cr., rxfrnf BEAUMONT unoonneDiior; ' rv rianon,10rnPirritor.Min.II.rt..Ox.7,. School Cnrrirnlniii. Southern Pfrhatw; In eB8entlaln. tho ftnreliw- wh.re. Six without extra cl'irip' 0s,m SO.. Choice Styles in Lawns, Dimities, Wash Ginliams, ami Grepons, Piqunt. Percales. All going at SLAUGH- Can't Pleass 'Em All. ALIVE iik--i- )oe$our lesd Acne ? r uiir-iiaire- ii Mid Summer press has made presi-leiit- s. SO" killed iKHts, furnished hustles lor lie mt ieri. run down horse thieves, transform. d towns into eitie, built schools ami colleges, educated the minds of tin to who would otheiwise havo been ignorant and drones in a punished gnins with criticism; it ha curtailed the tower of kings, aa converted hankers into paupers and aa- graced pautrv shelves. It has made paiipet8ont of college presidents; it has educated the homeless and robbed the philosopher of lii.s reason; it smiles anil turns it toes to the daisies, but it iao. aa aa-cannot bo run to suit everybody, and Hie m.ti wtio tries it will find himself aa aain a lunatic aiyluin. Mt. Sterling Dem OS." ocrat. I'lie printing .aa .o( aa a n.a.J ir,.UD. aa milt, mt CUt.tm. U. BCIKJT RT ,u4 aa SllaU TO IXljeilTIOJ. will r.a jn U! IITOT ,..r rnltkl rtUIHIIT! C tMi .1 i.ft aa PIKriCTLT lTI8TaCTOET, EXACTLY KKFBE3E5TKD. Ib'AL TO nniUIXS aa THAT BXTAtLATHO.00Utl(. 00 a THE GRANDEST lAKQAIXTCaiYIl.AyG aa f,j irtnuiu aai our SPECIAL PKICE S38.9Q, aa And frelfiht charge, lou the (1.00 aent with ea WEMAKETHISTOPBUGGr"""; order. aa (hakera pat In li.on buEtKlsa. Late9t Strle For 1899. EMr, iloner Can ea flxM from th Beat Seaoaed Wood,or trar, liett T.iat Bar. ttkf.Ii, Build. Ea4 Bprlap, aa illaatrated, Rrcwittr Side TOO SEND ONE DOLLAR cct rars id OUTaad ifadt IT nh AS 'S", !, aa.. 0.,. B.., TER PRICES .a ,.oa aa ea aa ae a flUb Grade ricro wed Rim Sarren'a Patent. Top, 21 ounce. Dallj Robber Hearllj Uised. full tide and back en rta In. Falati.r,r.uarar-tee- d equal to any tlXM lUEirrwork.nodr black. Ceirdvlt tret-olied. rnhltterUr. heavy are. rrraca b4r cfthr Eaa'i Una... wldr .r ! anrsr 838.90 IS MS SPCCIAL n PRICE aai taafli. ailAKItTFEII TWdtarn,,- - li,.--, . t.a.tv ,M ail Wi Mnt pru. earyel, wreath. UA''S li,lir.Ui.. ...e t.m.j..r u it 5. 93 ..J YOU CAN MAKE SS0(irL Tan Sear Palllii- N WRITE fOR rRMt BfUOT ClTALoeiK. oxni Wl, ttl t bOQoies. osra to-da- t. AoorBso, oarjR at ARO, totj can sul rf rojt co.co. uon-- bwTav. RObBUCK Ci CO. line). CKICAC. . ILf,. a pr Vim aa, aa, aa.. Slintoga .aa .aa aa CUT PRICES ALL -- Prices N One Minute Cough Ciiieouicklv..cmea aa -. . oiibiiiiaie summer couunii auu cotu.s. -- 1 SC" pa consider it a most wonderful niKilieiiii Be." quick and safe." W. W. Mertoii. .siay now, wis. t'erry & lliomas. WHAT IT WILL 3a. .)." d9e. ,.MM IE Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50, can be purchased in the next Tven Days for $1.00. All others reduced.". .as aa leretofore emjiloyi'il in mi attempt to cure cancer lias been forever displaced. by ae ho iulviiit of Or IWiHter'u Now 8eruni and Ante.iettie lltiid treatment. Tins seieiii-- ami sntrerera lrom Caneor, I.npiirn, aa liBiirrcrv works a new era in nie-dic- as aa aa aa aa aa aa aa aa a aa aa aa aa A Treatment That Cures Plaster, No Cancer. Paste, No Cutting, No Suffering, No Detention From Business, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay Unless Cured. The urnooiiV knif anil burning jilustcrs ami tho liorrilile crude metlioils 00. aa.-aa.-aa.-aa.-a- FAYCR'Sl k IPlLLSl e darsaparHft Ager's lwnr von are Iho world s bondholders havo de creed that India must? be forced to a dil staitdaid. If the United States will follow Btiil by passing the curieii : bill agreed upon by the Republican iiieiiileiti ij the coiiiiuittee on coinage. .veights and measures, theaiiprecation in inn vaiuo oi money will be greater during the next decade than ever be fore, atiit the general level of prices in Ameriiii and Kuropu will continue to tali lortor and lower, each year. If tlit Mi!.cy is preserved in n dhing short of despotism in industry cm avoid bank ruptcy, it means tile doom of thn L dividual business iiiini.ilie individual farmer aud the degivdaiion of the laborer, National Watchman, 1IIE NEXT CONGRESS will be confronted The nrxt Congri-awith the task of patching up the Diug-le- y tariff law, of fastening tho odious more securely upon the peoBtHin,) ple, ol avoiding: any attick on the trusts, while formulating some snr of law that will delude the people into swallowing with a good grace nil plaiiR outlined by a coterie of Hellish politicians', who control the Admiiiistralion, bmlv, boots and JbreOehes. The next Congress will havo to strut the; stage mul nitititli the words offeri'd and iiitiuiulatr, all the while (iletepduig to lui be th? men! lawniKk-lll- g body of tliegroatest tepubllUon Him oanii. Omaha WorliMItftald. aa Jlcvrs, Tuinorn lloitro ami Fistula can certainly be cured wltbout the horrible nielhoils in vogue aa orture aiieuditiK Hie quack ami lj;noiaiit is tho evMenco to for a century. Over prove tho merit of if, v well detined without a failure in- - important medical discovery . This new ireatment is tho result of a tlior-ua nuieiitlflu fctudy of uiallgua'ut diseates and is based on the most ligid eeien-iti- c a pniicipteii. a aa aa ii ae.-" 19. OS." MO. aa.- ,.aa aa ca aa ..ea aa All sizes, gcx)d quality, at Cost, And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Wholesale Prices. aa ea a aa a aa aa aa aa aa aa a mom aa aa a aa ea .e aa. aa, ? Ilr. UceistHr IiuUIk jrold medals from leadirifr medical colleges for proficiency n i!iseusen"or women, anil for the past ten yo- - has confined his practice to HiKdirxsiveiiesof recent ilate for the euro of malij;tiant diseases :s lu K tin preat Increase of cancer of the womb and leinale breast. A well qmpid raiiuarluin is emploved by him at 10G Court street, where his entire nine. U devoted to female HutiVrors and malignant diseases. If suffering from any disease peculiar to women or any manner of malisnant growth or sore, statement oi your ratio auu gei u ouueai cAm ujumuu write a full and cot'i-wtree. Cures can be made at home. Addreec, e FEMALE DISEASES. ." -- at 9et 0Oa aa ao a9 ae 10G Court Street, Memphis, Tenn. flM " 9a. aa. QtCa, S9., eo. GC a. -- ,.ta Take advantage of this Reduction Sale. Gome to Mc- Kee's when you want to m tt m n sr'taaaw Ia&aaawUhaawAaaxaaAaV .Si . v pc... ec ea (?tt tx e. aa.., aa.. ce, ec.ac CO -- s fRi v ijMxrtWW, ' Florida Havana via UicQufcn imd Crc$ccnt and J connecting l!nes. Through connections to Tampa, tii:iTi Miami or f lev uricans, wua , tT-- 'inntl.T'O. 2n J & ffi San Juan. Low rats round trip tickets, dlv Eastern Express for Louisville. Morehe&d and Lexington Accom.. New York Limited. F. F. V ... 7 30 am 2 00 pm 4 SO pm save money. : Respeetf ullj-- , :.w 1, m Dr. Goldstein, The Optic Specialist, WIU. HMTUHH TO KIOMM9N EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morchead Accoul. ... 9 15 am New York Limited F. F. V. Jl 63 am Lexington and MUterling Accom ... 8 30 pm 9 23 pm Washington Erprosa $ a rLY. TkirUay, Hiptiiliir 7tk, rm TWt says trains run daily except Other tralnsrun daily. ThroniEh'sleepin;nd dining car service to New York. For Information, rae or aleeperreservatlons &. kuuu, Agent. ivm.kjt, call os or write Klchmond. Ky. ar S BOSQK W. BARNEY, ., Ky. D.. . A. CvA O, Accommodation Stin-day. afiertnjt You Jmt will receive the hrt medical advlco Aildrwu, vltanat cot. UU. d AVER. i J. Lowell, with the pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is a grca; tonic to the nerves. WrKa fka Soctr. Par Me1lcal Department has ono eminent phyilclans In ft ttio mmtState. Tell the dwtor till, tlnltml Tho policy to be purened In the Pres idential campaign .by the Tammsnv Hall Democracy, the strongest "political organization in the world hns been an nounced by its loader to be this: Wo must Urst face thu ijoniniuti fee shoulder to shoulder, like inemhers of the samo grout Democmtic.Hinily. ami . ... ... yiir uiiiiuiu.ies aupr wo liavu routed our enemies and el.'cted alDeilio- urttfk President." i: r.-iu- "Shi - . BR.- - Tie Trslu bcrv.ee u per-- f fffct In iletal!. fcai.tu, J dv'3, z; Fast sdud-- ? hours to Jacksci? V..iC, 54 novr t . 2. (jl... a" a.'aa- Cincinnati .. .i...T"-- o,r!a, 4 'WsSSi VJ t .anaoa. "'i;ViC.r1a. - Fort many of tho gentlemen in the bolting movement tho Climax has tho warm est personoal regard and it can ! Proprietors sad Editors. not be worked into a feeling of cainity A. D.LLEfT' for thoin, n6 matter how oxtrotao their C E. WOODS. Associate Editor. iews may be on the subject of Goebel's WEDNESDAY. AUGUST U, - - 1899. nomination. For others in this rebel- ioub movement wo have only pily and contempt, as their allegiance weakens POBLltiUr.DXVEKY WKDNKSIIAY BY any damns any undertaking. Co. But cause and the former elemeut we Th9 it is to wish to speak. From some of you we PICK JLUtlCIS Y15AK, $1.50. learned our strongcct,if not our first party loyalty, and the echo of your counsel and advice, to "Stnnd by the Nominee," DEMOCRATIC TICIET. still rings distinctly in our ears. Hav. ing taken counsel of you in many c FOIt GOVKRNOK, foriner contest, local and National, HON. WILLIAM GOEBEL, when our conscience with our political OF KENTON COUNTY. duty was at war, wo have now no in clination to unlearn the lessons you FOB LIEUTENANT GOVEKNOK, taught us, nor soil a record that never J. C. V. BECKAM, et was blemished by a bolt. Say not OF NELSON COUNTY. to us now that party loyalty is not our first dnty.for you have said it was here- FOlt ATTORNEY OENEBAL, tofore.and yourselves have carried the It. J. IIRKCKINIUDGK, banner to the front whon it was hailed OF BOYLE OUNTY. as manly, true and brave to follow in your footsteps. It is not "Goebcl" that FOB AUDITOB, we see upon the banner we hold aloft, GUS COULTER, but "Democracy!" Bryan is on our OF GRAVES COUNTY. side, and Blackburn, and a host of FOB TREASURER, those who cannot be doubted as the in S. W. IIAGER. carnation of Democracy pure and un- . OF BOYD COUNTY. iefiled. These bo our leaders! These be our leaders!! And yours? The FOR SEOBETABY OF STATE, Louisville Post, that knifed AVat Har CALEB BUKCKINKIDE HILL, din in '95 for Bradley, betrayed Bryan OF OLAltK COUNTY. n '96 for McKinley, and now seeks to overthrow Bryan, Blackburn and DemOF AGRICULTURE FOR COMMISSIONER ocracy in '99 and 1000. "Who else leads I. N. KALL, ou? The Lexington Herald, edited by The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing visitin JCiss Lloyd during the summor, nas retura-eto ner nouiu, uu;ir uuit; re- burg, for a short rest before school opens. t Mrs. Margaret Evans leaves this week for an extended visit to Kansas City, Columbia, and other joints in Missouri. Mr. Theodore Wilson and daughter. Mi Katie, of Estill, are visitlngMrs. It. Ii. Gentry and family on Fifth train loft here about 8:110 p. in. and reached the Springs about 0:15. Mr. street. Miss Anna Snears. of Philadelphia. and Miss Edna Bronaugh, of Nicholas ville, are the guests of Mrs. T. T. Cov- ngton. Th entertainment Friday night by Miss Emily Chenault, in honor of Mis3 I'addock. of Missouri, was a swell affair and thoroughly enjoyed by the guests present. Sig. Brown Anderson, of Nicholas ville, the fatuous clarinettist, voluntarily aided our band during the Fair. Brown plavs like a master, for the love of music. v of Lancaster, young Presbyterian eloquent THKEE .MINUTE TltOT, $400. Evangelist, conducted services at the 11 dis Capple. Second Church on Sunday morning, 1 7 Margaret W. .. 18 12 and in the evening preached a beauti10 dis Red Bird 1 2 ful sermon nt the Union Services. Valken 53 Corneille- -. Thoso who have heard this consecrated 4 4 Coria and gifted young minister express great OF JEEFERSON COUNTY. .. 36 CoL Clary r. Breckinridge, Col. the 9 dis delight with his sermons and with him Shaw. Jim .2 Little Tip whom ten weeks ago many of you refused personally. He is attractive botli in FOB SUP'T. OF PUBLIC INSTUCTION, 6 Alice Frailer ... and out of tho pulpit and will be cor8 . to hear lecture in this city berauso he ran Proxv McCHESNEY, H. V. 12 dr dially welcomed upon every visit to Auditor Sam Stone to Move to Louisville. Billy Willie his last race for Congress under the Re OF LIVINGTON COUNTY. our city. Time, 2:24; 2:25, 2:27; 2:20; 2:27- - 2:.T0. A Frankfort special to the Louisville publican Log Cabin. Who else? The TWO THIRTV r.VCE, 5300. Times of Tuosday lost says: 3D. DIST. Louisville Dispatch, disowned, shame FOR BAILKOAD COMMIhSIONEB, ..3 6 3 2 2 State Auditor Stone returned this L. Rne 88540 less sheet that sprang from the heart COL A- - V. HAMILTON, morning from Louisville, where he Nera B. 9 7 7 dis Nellie C of tho people to stab them at the last OF MT. UTEBLISG. (JLAKK. l'rof. J. JJ. Clark is over went several days ago to arrange to go Billy Boccs.. 75253 1 1635 joyed at. tjie arrival of another heir, a into business at the expiration of his The Sing Who else? Jno. Whallen, who proud ..2 2 8 7 4 term here. He completed arrange- Handy O boy. helped defeat Har FOB BEPBESENTATIVE, acknowledges he 6 9 dis Waller ments to open within the next two Little Hugh.. I 4 11 HON. W. W. COMBS, din and Bryan. And Billy Owens, the .5 3 4 6 month's in tho Stone Tobacco Ware- Uill uaylor . MADISON COUNTY. sweet scented statesman house Company in the quarters of the Time. 2:25; 2:20; 2:33; 2:25; 2:27. old River Company, at Ninth and going to vote for Taylor. And our Mrs. Benjamin Langford and Green streets. The Auditor's sons, Lakofohd Main ANNOUNCEMENT neighbor, Billious lieckner, whose po SECOND DAY. died on Wednesday at her home near William Stone, tho present Insurance litical physiognomy is a composite pho Blue Grass, aged about C5. This esti- Commissioner, and James Stone, a depFOB COUNTY JUDGE. Caramel cako Mrs.- Henry Tickets. mable lady was tho mother of Messrs. uty, will bo partners in the business, nro authorized to announce JUDGE tograph of Judas l6cariot aud Benedict Beaton biscuit Mrs. French Tipton. Wm. A. and Tyne Langford, and Mrs. JOHN O. CHENAULT a candidate for County Arnold. "In engaging in other business Col. Judge, subject to the action ot the Democratic Peck corn in ear (white) Brutus P. H. Gum. Burial on Thursday in Stone is not exactly tired of politics, party. And Sweeney! Wm. II. Sweeney, family burying ground. as lie likes public office pretty woll, hut White Hardin's defeated candidate for Chair Colyeu. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Col-ye- r he sees nothing political in the immePeck corn ia ear (yollow) Alex. FOR COUSTT CLERK. have the sympathyof many friends diate future for liim or his family, and Hutchison. are authorized to announce ARCH man. To the writer this political purist. We K AVANAUG II DOTY for Count Clerk, sucject albeit an old friend of the editor. son, desires that his sons should go into in the death of their Dozen cucumbers Lde Gentry. to the action of the Democratic rarty. which passed away on July 31, at Speed business at once " ar authorized to annonnce C. M. RAY made this statement on the corner of We Three Equoshes R. L. Goucher. well, lutermect in Richmond cemeBURN a candidate for County Clerk, subject Fifth and Jefferson, Louisville, mark Dozen tomatoes Mrs. W. B. Smith. tery. Bob Harris Complimented. to the action of the Democratic rarty. v tm smthnriziKi to annonnce D. B. TEVIS my words: "I did not care for tho po C. G. Forbcp. EliDEn. In the loss of tlieir little In a letter to C. M. Browning, O. P. Peck Irish potatoes a candidate for County Clerk subject to the sition. 1 know uv being deteatea I06t One-hadozen beets Mrs. J. L. son Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Elder have the A., R- - N. 1. & B. railroad, E. A. Farra party. action of the Democratic the prestige of the place, but I also es sympathy of all their friends. Cholera in behalf of the Providence church, Broaddus. caped the odium attached to it, fori infantum was the immediate cause of Brnnnon, writes as follows: Dear Sir: FOR S11EBIFF. heads cabbage Lafo Gentry. death, the sickness of the little sufferer I wish to earnestly thank you for the Three raisin'cake W .ire anthorized to announce JOHN F. would liao been expected to do as Mrs. D. IT.Myers. White IVAOUILS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison being of only about two week's dura- interest taken in getting up the excurcounty subject to the action of the Democratic Red wine did, arid Iuvuld hare done at lie Layer cake Mrs. Henry Tickels. tion. The funeral and burial took sion party to Estill Springs, July 18, parly. did!" Now Sweeney is conducting this place on Sunday afternoon. and especially the excellent crow you Specimen oil painting Mis3 Bessie We are authorized to announce JOHN W. BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for 8anctification meeting, and a lot of good Horn-oxRobert Horton, brother of equipped the train with. Your Mr. Turloy. Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic men over the State are getting inspira Specimen water color Mrs. Alice Mr. H O. Horton, died suddenly of Harris is certainly ' a trump." courteparty. But worst of heart disease on Thursday niorning. at ous, honest and agreeable, yet at the fribble. We are aethSrized to announce MARTIN tion from that souice! nHNTRY a candidate for Sherilfof Madison compili the home of his mother, Mrs. Maria same time with an ample sufficiency Specimen Battenberg lace Mrs. D. county, subject to the action of the Democratic all, and over it all, beuds tho Stewart, on Moberly avenue. Burial of firmness he managed the excursion- H. Myers, Mrs. Maria Little. party. ng spirit of this bolt, the Louisville & Bowling, Green Deceased was ist with as much case as any veteran at Hand-painte- d Waare anthorized to announce P. B. BROAD' china Mrs. G. M. avowedly Bryan's many years telegraph operator for the could have done. Should wo ever have DU3 a candidate forHherilf 61 Madison county, Nashvillo railroad, Mrs. B. W. Turner. subject to the actim of the Democratic party. encmv in '00. Hardin's bittorest foe in L. & N. R. R., at Lebanon, made another excursion over your road you Aduns, Specimen Kensington painting- Mrs. many frionds and where he was mar will confer a favor by giving us your '95, and Goebel's uncompromising up ried to Miss iieiio unanuier. The Mr. Harris wrour conductor. We had S, A. Deatherage p & c. FOB ASSESSOR. 1809. ponent in no troublo in settling with the agents Chocolate cake Mrs. Bedia Turley, Lebanon Enterprise says: Woare authorized to announce JOE OLD accounts Friends, followers of Free Silver and HAM a candidate for Assessor of .Madison "Mr. Horton was well known in Leb- along the line. Theiretc., were with Miss Margarqt Rayhurn. county snblect to tie action of the Demo Bryan, true to these as we are ourselves, correct anon where for a number of years ho us for sales of tickets, Baked ham Mrs, G. B. Turlev, Mrs. cratic party. E. A Fakra. was in the service of the Western to a cent. B. C. Potts. Wa are authorized to annonnce JAS. L. come with us, put bemud you tnese Union Telegraph company. It was BAKBU a candidate for Asessor of Madison Two bottles Kentucky grape wine county subject to the action of the Demo satanic majesties that masquerade In Richmond Has Electric Lights at Last.. while in this city he was married to Miss Mollio Fife, Mrs. G. B. Turley, cratic party. the cloak of Purity, and help us to Miss Belle Chandler who preceded him On Thursday night, after months of We are authorized to announce GEORGE Hull any ago W. A. Arbuckle Come, ask to the grave a lew years. TIis remains waiting and watching, the first electric NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison down the common enemy. will pass through here y en route lights ever seen Fanciest turnout, accompanied by county, subject to the action ot the' Democratic yourselves the question, "What wjuld in party. to Bowling Green where his interment turned on. Two largoRichmond, were lady J. M. Brown, W. C. McElwalne. arc lights and U.E.W. to announce G. W. Bryan do 7" We are anthorized will take place with Masonic honors. A Mare and colt M. F. Arbuckle, Frank globes shed their D BATH BRAG E a candidate for Assessor of delegation from tho Lebanon Lodge m.itiv incandescent Madison county, subject to the action of the brilliant rays abroad in the moonless Maupin. will join his remains at this point and night. The exhibition was only a test Democratic party. Mule, any ago Ilerndon & Walker, accompany them to Bowling Green. Wo are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, and proved satisfactory, the light being M. F. Arbucklo. Miss Muir, of Lexington, is with Miss a candidate lor Assessor, of the Glade District, Mr. Horton was a favorite with his strong, clear as crystalj and absolutely subject to tne action 01 tne Democratic party. Stallion under 1 year old Dave Mc Blanton. friends and associates in this citv and quality being a new Cord. M. F. Arbuckle. it was with deep sorrow they received 6teady, the latter arc lighting. Miss Mamie Pickets is at home lrom improvement in Rockaway mare or gelding J. T. the sad intelligence of his early death. ron JAILUtt. Nicholasville. A visit to the power house is quite &. McElwaino. His second wife who survives hun was interesting, We are authorized to announce JAMES C. it is a new brick structure Crenshaw, Bales rings were shown at Gentry leaves to Miss Pearl LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison a lady from Bowling Green." Tho following on the hanks or the large pond near county, subject to the action ot the Democratic visit relatives in .hstill. party. the R. N. I. & B. depot, so located for the fair grounds. .Mrs. I. m. Aeave, 01 Jessamine, is We are authorized to announce PETER O. convenience to transportation and SADDLE HORSES. PARUISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison visiting Mrs. H. It. Pickels. water. A powerful engine and dynamo Stallion 2 years old and under 3 county, subject to the action of the Democratic tine furnace aud other features of a Gay Bros.. John Doty. party. Mrs. Wm. Dowcll Oldham, of Lexing For Heat. electric plant, are inton, is the guest ot mends here. The real ovent of the dav was tho The store house now occupied by stalled in their positions. The price of I- - P. Todd on Main street, will FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. Mr. Joe l'evtou. ot .Lancaster, was Mrs. lighting homes and stores is very cheap. SI ,000 saddle stake for stallion, mare or Waare authorized to announce EVERETT among tho Fair visitors last week. be rented for remainder of this year. and already hundreds of globes have gelding. This brought eleven fine in BMRRY for Chief of Police for the City of possession given July 1st. J. E. been put in. Tho plant is owned by dividuals to the ring and three thousand to tne action 01 tne uemo Richmond, subject Mr. Pevton Parrish. of Lincoln horse-lovin- g Kenttickians iny31-t- f. Gkeenleaf, Assignee. cratic party. the liume JJrothers, who declare their eager, county, ivas in the city last week. object to bo to give perfect service and watches tne snddieis speeu arounu the Henry Kochlrr & Company. ring for honors. Mr. Frank satisfaction at low rates. Hons. G. G. Gilbebt and W. B. La., attended Parrish. of New Orleans, Special premium by the four banks of the I1 air last weer. Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., inopened the campaign In this Smith Itichmond. ? I, (XX) lor the best saddle with Mill men vite correspondence Cheap Excursion lo Atlantic City. countv on Mondnv to a crowded court Mr. Jonah Wngers, the merchant stallion, mare or gelding any age C who havo lumber for sale. They buy room of Democrats. Tlieir speeches prince of Estill, was here on Monday. On Thursday, Aug. 17, the Chesa T. Sandidge, of Doyle, first; J. F. Nea- Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, were well received anil lelt the party peake&Ohio railway . will . sell , round glo, of Fayette, second ; J. T. Crpnshaw, Miss Annie Wood, of Dry or Green. Write them. apnGm . ., .- i . I ft' in better shape than before, and wo s visited Mrs. Elmer ParrishWinchester, 1 I last week, irip iicKeis iu iinamiu vjiiy nnu iupe of Lexington, third; J. B. Stewart, to both our gratitude. Tlioir elo Confederates lor Goebcl 15 to 1. May at $14 for the round trip from Lex- Lexinton, fourth. will go far toward quence and influence Mrs. Jennie G rider, of Speedwell, is ington, tickets good returning 15 days. Mnre or gelding over 15.1 W. R. stumming the tide that now Beems visiting relatives in Ford and Winches At the reunion of surviving Confed s will deop water ter. about to ebb back to the erates, members of Capt. J. Lawrence ington, Baltimore be allowed at Wash Brasslield, John F. Wagers & Son. Democracy. Jones' company, on Wednesday, at either direction, and Philadelphia m Stallion 2 years old and under 3 Gay will enable Prof. H. H. Brock and family have Wm. Tarr's woodland, sixteen of the merchants to make which a very cheap trip Bros. returned home from a visit to the coun command were present, of whom, the from riuiadeipiiia to .New lorK before RACES ON TRACK. ' try. Kentucklan-Citize- n is informed, fifteen they return home. Tickets will be Miller, Lawrencebursr. Miss Rachel TWO TWENTY-SEVETROT, $400. Openly expressed themselves in favor of going on the regular New York Limi dis Bed Bird is visiting Miss Alice Arnold on nigh Goebel. Thotither one was not asked ted train leaving Lexington at ii:oU a Linda Flsta. dis his preference. Paris Kentuckian. dis i! street. m. Thursday, Aug. 17, also on the Joe Watt 2 2 111 Miss Fitch Mr. and Mrs. W. C. French were vis Washington Express leaving at 8:50 p, Leonora Great Sanctificatlon Revival. 1 12 2 2 ited last week by Mr. Thos. Harber, of m. Bleeping car norms are 4 inrougu Ante Carlo dis The greatest religious revival ever to Atlantic City. Lexas. Lexington, Ky. Time, 2:27J; 2:30J; 2:29; 2:31; 2:30. held in the Doylesville section closed JNo other excursion can oner such a Miss Susie Stewart, of Winchester. HEATS, $150, last Friday after fifteen days continu- variety of interesting stop-oveand VKAULINO THOT, was the guest last week of Mrs. French ance. Tho visible results were 27 ad- side trips as does this trip to Atlantic Providence ... .4 4 4 Tipton. ..1 2 3 ditions, nearly all of whom professed City. In addition to the trip to the Judge Sullivan .3 3 3 Miss Vessie Hockaday is at home ing the Street J?alr. Jessamine Jour sancti&cation. The services began daily Sea Shore, stop3 can be made at White Earner u .2 11 Ruth Paddock. from a pleasant visit to friends at Nicho nal. at 10 and closed at 4, and reopened at Sulphur and at Covington, va. tor Time, 1:26; 1:30; 1:23. and lasted until sleeping car reservations, or any other "early candle-light- " lasville. Mrs. Judge A. R. Burnam has been heavenly hour oi .midnight. The information, wrile or can on ueo. w. Mr. and Mrs. John Fceny, Jr., of the recipient of many happy pleasant the fliax-wel- l. THIRD DAY. Paris, with their daughter, visited hero reunions during her short stay here. meeting was conducted by nov. Rev. Baksey, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington, of Wilmore, assisted by Ky. Sunday. Tho third day 'was largely attended Among them an elegant luncheon ot Wyatt, of College Hill. Dr. Landman will be at the Hotel fourteen courses with Mrs. Eugenia The First Street Fair a Tremendous Success The exhibits were iu keeping with those The Best Boy Rider. The Boonesborongh Chauler Zi miner, this city, on Wednesday, Hume. An average of four thousand peoplo ot tlio two previous days good as one tended her a very elegant 6 o'clock din August 0. Master Charley Dunn, seven-vear- came to town each day during tne lair could ask. The following awards were ner on Monday evening at Airs. U. U. old son of Mr. Theodore (Bud) Duun, Mr. Matt Cohen entertained his Chenaull's. Ipst week, rrom ten m the morning made: of Whites Station, retains his prestige father and brother, of Versailles, during the city was packed with people. The Best 2 pounds butter Mrs. D. M Logan, Jr., of as tho champion IJoy Rider of Central street exhibits were all so well con Mr. and Mrs. J. V. the fair. all , compe-- 1 tested, the premiums so liberal, and no Phelps. Mrs. It. C. Mason. Richmond, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky, i having defeated , . Mrs. Ed Rowland had Mrs. A. D. Emmett Harbison Miss Acnes lion nero last ween n.1 xnis maites iins Best i bushel wheat Joseph' Boggs Combs, of Nicholasville, for a guest Mitchell, of Memphis, Tenn.,Miss Kate tenth victory without a single defeat. admission feo being charged to see them friends were given a truly Charley rides against the our cotiutrvenjoyable week's outing, a Arnold and R. C. II. Covington. Jr., The popular ChilTonier Folding last weoK. Blanton, of Ulclimond. Miss Lizzette This week excitable, Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Dykes entertained Dickson, of Paris, and Miss Celia Scott, crack boy riders of the Blue Grass, at regular free lair, simply by coming U Mrs. Mary E. Boggs. Bed is a development of the most we coniulently predict Best loaf of bread yeast rising Mrs. Mr. ana airs. Theodore uynes, ot tjiark of Nicholasville. will spend the month Lexington, and the city. progressive fattorii-- s and put with last week. of August with Miss May Escott at he will add another blue string to his The program at me I'air urounus. J. P. Simmons, Mrs. Mattio Alverson. trophies. bunch of consisted of harness nnd saddle rings in the reach of every home; a snfe, MIbs Nancy NefT. of Lexington, is 'Locust Hill." Shelby Sentinel. Best machine niado sunbonnet Miss and racing on the track. These were Kittle Boon, Mrs. John While. For The Baby Show was the Feature. convenient, comfortablo pieco of tho guest of Mrs. W. E. Muncoy, on years. the first, time in twenty-thro- e patronized than for years, ho better Air. John it. isroartaus visited tilth street. Best specimen hemstitching by hand No ring or exhibition, not even tho that every point of view the Richmond furniture. Miss Hocker, the handsome visitor tins, his nalivo county, last week, tie balloon ascension (?) attracted such at l'air of lKW was a success. i inanclal- Mrs. C. F. Burnam. is a halt brother ot the late Henry Ulay of Mrs. Will H. Miller, has returned Broaddus, Best specimen silk embroidery Mrs. their lather, Kov. Ueorge tention or created more excitement for Iv, tho promoters camo out ahead Safe Because to Pino Bluff, Ark. Broaddus. beinrr a Bantist Dreacher of the time, as did the baby show. The whereas at nearly overy previous ex L. P. Todd, p & c. Twelvo entries. spacious court house yard in front was liibition for several vears tho stock Mrs Frank Carr and daughter, of great local reputation. Mr. John Broad- Best gallon ice cream Mrs. Multic there are no woights, no springs, Paris, visited relatives and friends in was born and brought up on the 1 lies, a solid mass of mothers, babies, cousins, holders emerged from the "little end etc. of tho horn." The following were the Alvcrsop, Mrs. S. P. Deatherage. the city last week. E. Baldwin place, near Speedwell, but uncles, aunts and sweethearts, no complicated machinery required The heat was oppressive and the crowd oflicers of the association : gallon sherbet Mrs. J. W. Misses Hattie and Cornelia Wile, of now resides in iscott county. sweltering but good humored. A J. W. Bales, President; H. H. Colyer, Best to aperate it. Mrs. J. C. Lackey. Grenada, Miss., are the attractive guests On last Friday evening about foity souare 10x24 was roped olf and the 1st t; r. J. uurtis,nu Best jar cucumber pickels R. L voung neonle congregated at the home show was held inside. Air. Boyd Wagers' V ot Miss llay btreng. Convenient Because of Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, in honor handsome ooy carried ou the hluo and Goucher. Mrs. B. C. Potts. Miss Emma White, of White Hall inii:oTORs. gracefully entertained the Misses Park, of their most lovable guest. Miss Geor Jessie Dykes littlo girl wore the red. Best jar strawberry preserves Mrs. gia Moberlcy, of Lexington, where the Everything passed off harmoniously J. T. McClintock. J.Ji. White. C. F, you can put a mattress, pillows and ot Irvine, last weex. dance was freely indulged in until aud no complaints wero heard, it is Higgins. J. V Gibson. W. It. Letcher. R. E. Turley, Mrs. S. A. Deatherago. the bed clothing required for the Mr. W. H. Wilson, of Lexington, was late hour, when the young tolks de- estimated that there were 1402 other Harvey Douglas, S. A.Deatherage.Har- Best dozen doughnuts Mrs. A. E. week to Bee Attorney S. R. B, parted with the greatest reluctance. pretty babies who would have been here vey Chonnuit, W. V. Uldham, w. it Carsc, Mrs. L. Schlcgcl. coldest weather, make it up ready Blackthis legal business. on wishing for another chance to accent a in the contest had not their dot- Letcher, Treas.; H. C. Itlco, H. G, To winner of a wheelbarrow race for occupancy then fold it out of enjoy McElwaiue, MatS. Cohen, J. D. Chen Mrs. Nannie Norris is at home from call at an early date to home. the hos- ing parents grown too pitality of tlieir pietty As it was an oven dozen were shown, nult, C. H. Chenault. G. J. Norris. Dr. from 3rd to 1st street Curt Moore, a pleasant visit to her sons. John B tho way. and Oliver E., in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hagan will attend to tile delight of the thousands who E. Northern. A. K. Doty, S. A. Death Vulccn Irvine. erage, Sec ; J. It. Riggs. Asst. Sec. Best jack any age B. F. Deatherage, the reception given at Livingston Sat looked on. Among the Fair attendants wm Mr. Comfortable Because Too much praise cannot be given Ben Boen. Mr. and Mrs. J N. Orndoff Resolutions of Respect. W. D. weatherlord, ot HustonviUe urday by of Mr. Hugh Hagan and wife the President and his immediate assist in honor friends here are legion. Best jennet any age B. F, Dcalhcr Whereas, It pleased Him who doeth ants. Nor can we forget the tireless upon their, return alter a bridal tour it has just the same springs and whose Dr. Ernest H. Koch, of Louisville, is Air. and Mrs. D. U. Martin, nee all things right, to call from thfr labors work of Messrs Cohen, McClintock. age, p & c mattress that a moro expensive bed the guest of his class-matDr. H. L. Ear Miss Temple Oldham, of Richmond, ol this life to a home in heaven our be HigginS, J.D. Chenault, McElwaiue. Best mare and.mulo colt Chas. Cur ns, at iungsion, ior a lew days. has, and they are good. Thursday and will loved brother. Henry Cray Broaddus, nice. Colyer anil several others who tis, E. B. Evans. arrived in Lot-bi. who was a Master Aiasoti and who did notably excellent woi'k, spent their Best mule, colt under ,1 yenr old E, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Todd, of Ford make this place their future a home, died Julv 31. 1809. inilli-nnrmoney and gave thoir time to the fair's Martin expects to spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Mrs. store in the old standopen Desirable Because Jfaohed: That In.thodeath.pf Brother success, iSecretarv Deatherago grace B. Evans. of Mrs. J. D Ueorge Todd, near bpeeuweu. Best model stallion, marc or gelding Jones. She comes highly recommended Broaddus his family has lost a kind fully did all the work (with the splen and devoted father and grandfather. did nsKiHtanco of Mr. J. R. Biggs) Mrs. Ashby Jones and son, Charles and we predict for her much success. they are so reasonable. Wo hav Gay Bros.. i & c, 8 entries. his church ft consistent member, the and as uncomplainingly accepted all Airs. (jormn inowb. Turner, are tho guests ot Mr. The following rings wero shown at them In Oak 'or Imported Mahogany Chad. Turner, near Kirksville and honored and upright tho cussing that every good secretary Mr. J. Robert Rfggs loft on Saturday community an is justly entitlod to. Wo must no't the fair ground beginning promptly at for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staiwb and fain for Erlanger, Ky., after five weeks citizen ana tne Joage a respected omit mention of the excellent order 12:30 o'clock; brother. ily. of Lexington, wero the gnests last faithful and efficient service as assist Jtesolved: Tiiat wo extend to bis be kept by Chief Marshall Wm. Bates, nor or gelding, any age $12, S15, $16 aid $20 week of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman NefT. ant secretary of the Richmoud Fair. reaved family our sympathy ia thefr tho perfect work done by head gate, Stallii'u.maro F. Ncagle, Gay Bros. position he filled in '09 Airs. Sue Prewitt and Mrs. Katie as to have him recalled so satisfactorily grict. keener. Mr. Tom Carr. The band Is C. year. Mr. Maro or geldiug. 4 or over J. T. Jlesohed: That tho members of this tQ be thanked for its faultless, tireless Kemp, of Lexington, wero the guests Riggs becomos proficient thiseverything at lodge wear tho usual badge of inourn- - work. Altogether wo are delighted Crenshaw, Gay Bros. of Mrs. Win. O. Chousult last week. ho undertakes, in collego winning high ing for thirty flays. with the results of the exhibition, ran Stallion 8 and under 4 CI T. an MiRscs Bessie and Sadio BajBgliman est honors in his class, .subsequently lieiolttd: Further, that a copy of these dnred successful largely through iho Paris, whoro they will teaching snccossluiiy lor three yreinj. resolutions, bo. placed upon tho accords liberality of our merchants. .Elsewhere didge, Dan Tudor. for loft visit their sitter, Mrs. J. D. Feony, Jr. He will now study denustrv in Uluca; Stallion 4 and over C. T. Sandidge, lodge, one sent to his family of the a and will make a success tm he docs ev of this sent to the Richmond Climax appears of full list thus dlsoursed'bcing J. T. Crenshaw. nnd one money amount s Rowland and grand erything he undertakes. Mr. Nelson and Ma&oniy Homo Journal for publi betweeu,i,r0Q and $5,O0&, Quejweminih daughter, Grace Appleton, wero tho Maro or gelding 3 and iiudjjr, 4 J. T. Quite the meat delightful dance of cation. alone, the 1,000 saddle horse MAIN AND BROADWAY, Btiestd of Mlw Mollie Fife during the .Crenshaw, Kirby & Ray V ' iiiff tliolaiWBt of its kind ever given the summer vm ttie iur hop given by it. C. n. Covixgtos, 1 fair. Lejongton, Ky. .MtM Fussch Tnio.v. Com. ".'Jin Kentucky and vqunhiii .olily by Double bm W, K.' Br&gk.?)lk . i tne KtclioKHM beys &h Met Thursuy ... ZMinK. jxwougtw.wftOBM n Iv '' ' St McElwaiue. JC&mw! City Hom yesra A, D. XillkkJ wili.f M Eetiil Spring. A. ejpwial r. ritM7 arch-traito- out-of-a-j- l PERSONAL to-d- CF.BraweriCo Mrs. Wm. Oldham and sister, Miss Monroe, of Lonoke, Ark., are visiting Mrs. Will II. Miller and other relatives n Madison. Miss Vlrgie Hart returned to her home in Somerset. Friday, after a pleasant visit to Misses Mayme and Madge Hart. Mr. II. C. Shipp. of Georcetown, was here Inst week. He reports his Busy Bee store humming in the cJipit.il of Scott county. After a delightful sojourn in Wash ington City. Misses Geneva Moherley and Curraleen Smith returned home on Saturday night. Miss Mattio Smith was welcomed home on Saturday from an visit to friends at Mt. Sterling, Georgetown and Versailles. Mrs. J. II. Turner, of Nichdlisvllle. enroute to Slate Lick Springs, stopped in JUichmond Tuesday and visited ner brother, G. T. Grinstead. Sunt. A. Livineston. of Somerset, is conducting the teachers' institute and his method ot instructing has been both pleasing and helpful. Mr. John T. Craig, formerly of this county, but now traveling salesman for the computing bcaio uo., 01 Dayton, Ohio, is visiting Mr. J. T. Hamilton, on Fifth street. Mr. Thomas O'Brien, of Danville, looking even handsomer than when he wns with E. V. Elder's bin store hers, was a conspicuous visitor at the Fair. Hunley Sincleton and family are spending a few days at Irvine Mrs. John E. btonns is in Jdchmonu visit ing and attending the Fair. Lancaster Kecoru. Misses Mollie Waller, Mollio Moberley and Maude Brown, of Ford, who hnve been tho cuests of Mrs. George White, on Fifth street, returned home yesterday. Among the distinguished visitors to the air was Mr. Jessie M. Alverson, picture of Stanford, wearing a life-siz- e of Governor Goebol over his true-blu- e Democratic heart. Judge A. II. Burnam. accompanied by his daughter, Miss Esther Burnam, and niece, Miss Sue Hume, left yester day lor a visit to west i'oint to see his son, Cadet A R. Burnam, Jr. Mrs. Mary Sullivan and little daugh tcr, Kntherine, aro visiting friends here Mrs. Lizzie Lanter. of Madison county, is the guest of her uncle, W. A. Attersall. Winchester Democrat. Mrs- Lucia Miner, who lias been vis iting friends in the city for the past week, was called to Louisville vester day on account of the sickness of her daughter. Miss Etta Graeme Miner. Miss Alice Chenault. of Georgetown. and Miss Mattio Smith, of Rich mond, were here for the dance Tuesday, stopping with their cousin. airs. W.A. Thomson. Woodiord sun. The oldest person at the Gentry re union at St. Louis, is Charles W. Gen try, of Harrodsburg, Ky., the only liv ing 6on of "ltevolulionary" Kichard Gentry, who is 74 years old. Lexington Leader. Misses Johnle B. Richardson and Marv Staugh, two of Lexington's fairest young ladies, returned home Tuesday accompanied by Miss Elizabeth It. teeny, whom they have been visiting for the past four week. Miss Bessie Miller, of Richmond. who has been visiting friends in Lex ington, stopped off here on her return home Tuesday and remained with her sister, Mrs. Jas. S. Winn, until Wed nesday. Winchester Sun. Mr. R. D. Campbell, our faithful Whites Station correspondent, is down n bed from heat and at the Fair last week. His friends here and at Campbellsville wiil regret to' hear that he is seriously ill. A pleasant letter reached the Climax Monday, from that ponular old student. Charlie V. Lallance, of Huntington, W. a who loved Richmond and was re spected by her citizens as few students are able to boast. Lout; may ho live. Mrs. C. E.Smith and daughter. Miss Florrie. will return about August 21, from Rockbridge Allum Springs, Va., where they have been spending a for the bnefit of Miss Florrie's health. Her many friends will be glad to know she is very much improved. Mrs. D. H. Mevere. Richmond, vis ited her sister, Mrs. Maggie Farra. from Saturday until Monday Miss Anna t razee, ot iticiimonci. and ui. William Frazee, of Louisville, were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Boggs dur er few-wee- Thomas, the genial proprietor Springs, had rondo special provisions lor the entertainment ana never was tho floor of the grand old ball room in liner condition, while the swet strains of Wehrlo's Orchestra made the festive dance all tho more enjoyable. About midnight a delightful lunch was served, after which tho ball room was again the scene of youth and beauty until the hour for departuro which came all too soon. About seventy went up on the special. Among the ladies present were: Misses Katheryn Smith, Susan Hume. Elizabeth Taylor. Anna Crutcher, Olivia Baldwin, Emily Chenault. Carlisle ATalker,SallieWhite,BirdIeZaring, Miss Simmons, of Owenborough, Miss Muir.of Lexington.Miss raddock(with Miss Chenault) Misses "Winn and Reese, of Winchester, Miss Hood, of Covington. Among the gentlemen were: Messrs. T. H. Collins. R. E. Littlo. J. J. Greenleaf, H. M. Blanton, Joe Watts, Toe Tevis, Jas. Crutcher. Allen Zaring. M. B. White, Jentlia Chenault, Joe Evans, Malcolm Miller, T. H. Pickols Will Denny, Harvey Francis, N. L. Shropshire. Austerlitz, Hamilton. Wallace and West, Frankfort. John Mason Browno and David Castleman, Louisville, Thos. Hampton, Asa Bush. Boswell. Strother and aud Charlie Chenault, Winchester, "IMe ol the! Strokes THE FAIR MflttttEKS. RACES ON TRACK. TROT, $400. Roommate.. Neale- 233 111 3 4 dis -- ,....4 2 2 Fill The House with GROCERIES from our stru t every cent expended in their puri-:.ah- Fell Geat Oaks' FOWLS. M. F. Trio of Flymoth Hock-M- rs. Arbucklo. Trio of Sllycrlaced Wyandotts Mrs. . T. Jones. Trio of Buff Cochin W. Arbuckle. Trio of Bantams Lowis Rowland. Trio of Black Mionorca It. T. Elkin. Pair Pein ducks R.r.Elkin. , . Pair geeso W. A. Powell. f Boar, any ago or breed H. S. fc G. r Morgan, Charles Martin. . Sow, any age or breed Itobt. Doty. Pair pigs, any age Clias. Martin. Mare colt under 1 year old Frank Maupin, It. P. McCord. Calf under 1 vear old. anv sex B. F. Deatherago, J. P. Hubbard. Heifer under 3 years old Letcher & Arbuckle, J. P. Hubbard. Colt any sex, 1 vear old and under 2 W. F. Arbuckle, J. T Crenshaw. Worst turnout Sell Devoro. Boy rider under 10 years old Chas. Dunn.Verner Hisle. Tho following rings were shown at the lair grounds. HA RNESS HORSES. Mare or gelding 3 years old and under -- J. T. Crenshaw, i.ugeno uodd. Mare or uelding- 4. vears old and over W. it. Urashiield, J. 1'. Alayers & son. Road6ter8talIion. mare, or gelding J.F. Jenjjcl, AlatS Cohen. Mare or gelding 13-- or under Bales & McEhvainc. RACES ON TRACK. 2 , Nina. Black Beauty The giants of the forest must yield at tost to the continual blcrws of the zuoods-ma- n. When ihe human blood lias become clogged And impure, the tittle drops of Hood" s SarsaparUa, properly taken, tvSl feU the oak of bad blood. Time, 2:232:21; 2:22 T, $300. 1 1 Silver Spark Evelyn Byrd. Nellie Louise IJewer Linda Belle...,. : . dis dis 32 23 ... Time.2:33;2:3G- - 2:34 j. $X)d2 SaUajicvi'dta mriii'iirtirif.tziiiir.TJTrrm Rare Sight Twins and Triplets Meet. of of ihe Tudor, twins Mr. Totes Creek neighborhood. The triplets aro now about 8 years old. handsome, curloy-holreami as alike as black-eye- d peas. May the quintette live long and bo always as happy as they were that day. d, During the street Fair last week an unexpected exhibition of rare attraction occurred in tho store if E. "Death-erag- e & Co.. when tho boy triplets of Mr. and Mrs. John Mason met the Hand Painted Badges. others. The Chaperones were: Mrs. S. A. Miller, Mr. and Jirs. Wallace Bennett and Mrs. J. W. Zaring. RELIGIOUS. tho Rev. II. N. Faulconer, A. Deatherago, wife of the Secretary of the Fair Company, performed a graceful act when she presented to the oflicers of the association handsome silk bagdes with their official rank artistically painted thereon. The Directors voted Mrs. Deatherage their thanks, and also free admission, but she declined the latter as no complinienta-rie- s had been issued to anyone and she preferred to be no exception to the rule Tho badges wero of different color and of a variety of style lettering, Each recipient all well executed declared Ins badge was the prettiest, but by a voto of "10 to 1" the badge painted for the Honorary Vice President was conceded to be the '"beautiest." Mrp. Samuel ... . - . FOURTH) DAY. . Boqnet ot, cut flowers C. L. Burns, Mrs. W. D. Oldhani. . Best black cake Mrs. Mattio Alver son. Mrs. T. J. Curtis. For tho oldest newspaper Steve Bol ton. For tho best Written signature and address T, T. Covington, T. C. Adams. For the ugliest horse Mack Collins. Cake Walk Chas. Turner, 1st; Lu ther Irvine, 2nd. For tho oldest bicycle -- Charles Bur nam. Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 Gay Bros, Irvine Azhill. Best mare or gelding"2 years old aud under 3 Gay Bros..M. L. Arbuckle. Best walking slallion, mare or geld ing, any age Wm. Broaddus, Bud Dunn. Handsomest baby tinder 2 years old Mrs. Boyd Wagers, Mrs. Jesso Dykes. The following riugs wero shown at the fair grounds. Maro of geldiug any age C. F. Nea- gle. W. R. Brasslield. Mare or gelding over 15.2 up to carrying 185 pounds Bales & MrElwaine, p & c, G entries. Stallion 3 aud tinder 4 C. T. San-lidgo. will prove to he well spent. Quality is the mainstay of our i iN. ness. Wo never let that d Prices may vary with the in.ui, but wh mnki- - il . i,, deals possible and give our rn-- i, tlie beutfits of all advauiug-- i,i I.,, Yours for cash, E. Deatherage & Co. JU1UV1 U Itttttttttt IN CLOTHING. J I vJL 00 up 40c. Men's Suits at Men's Punts :it Bov's Suits ;it.. Boy's Pants at vr 4$ ' G9o. Up Inc. Up NOTIONS., Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. Gent's Undershirts 25c. Gent's Drawers 20c. ladies' Vests 5c. " Ladies' Pants 25c. v Towels .- Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars Suspenders Buggy Whips Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols Ladies' White Aprons Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists Baby Bibs Fire Screens Cuffs Corsets r. .... BIRTHS. Harness stallion 4 and over Buford Gormley, J. T. Crenshaw. Consolation for banker's stake J. T. Crenshaw, first; Wm. Kirby, second; Wm. Kirby, third; Clifton Farm, fourth. . RACES ON TRACK. TWO UlIKTY-FIVE 3e. 25c. 10c. 15c. 5c. 10c. (59c. EROT, $100. DEATHS two-year-o-ld Margaret W 2333 Corneille J dis ." Col. Clary dr 4 Proxy Valken 2 2 2- Time, 2 27; 2:28J; 2:30; 2:30. TWO TWENTY-FOUPACE $300. L. Bne 2232 . 1 4 dis Handy .5 S dis Nellie C .. 3323 The Mue Cap Robinson dis 1111 Gilford.... Tirae,.2:22J; 2:25; 2:25; 2:30. . 25c. 25c. 5c. 10c. up up up up up up up up up up up up up up up A$ a" Ji AfV "fs! V2 up AM ill R If U yt, 0 OUR LTNE OF LADIES', GENT'S A XI) CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND SllOEs ARE MORE' VARIED AND LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and see them. IN RIBBONS. bolts of the C. jST. & AB3 4S Ilcw's This? lf . -- believe him perfectly honorable iu all business transactions and financially able to out any obligations made by thoir firm. West& Tecax, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. ALLoiNG. xtiNNAN it Maiivin. Whole sale Druggist, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of (lie system Price 7oc per bottle. Sold by all drug gists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pill's are the best Y Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any casb of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. r. J . Cheney & Lo , I'rops., Toledo, O. Wo, tho undersigned, havo known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and We have a few Co.'sEiblx.n on hand which wc will close out at No. Hi, 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. See our stock of Corsets before you biry. We can please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. Norsah. -- aft aug2-l- m .Men's llic Sale of Land! Moo's Nice Straw Hats Itoy's Nice Straw Hats. Men's and Boy's Caps..- - IN HATS AND CAPS. lllack Felt Hats 25c. up 25c. up -- 10c. up .....lOo. up IN CARPETS. Hemp Itrussels Rugs 10c up 44c up 25c up In pursuance of an order of ihe Madi son County Court, entered at its July term, ISlrJ. the undersigned. Mate Bank & Trust Co.. of Richmond, Ky., as assignee of John Powers will sell pub licly, on tho premisns, in Madison countv, near Silver Creek, Ky , on Jute Unions 25c. ii 10c. Mattings irc. up up IN HARDWARE. Fish Lines. Knives and Forks, per set. ... 31c up Cake Turner. 4c. Fish Hooks Curling Irons 3c. up Files. Teaspoons 4c set up Butcher Knives. 6c set up Tablespoons . .. lc. ech lc. dot 3c. up 10c. Wmki September LOCAL. ii 1399, 1 Stop-over- rs IIALF-JIIL- E Moderate Priced Bed. . beginning at 10 o'clock, a. in., to the highest and best bidder the following property, viz.: A certain Tract of Land located ou the waters ot Silver Cieek, and on the Silver Creek and Monalaus turnpike, containing 433.52 acres. The larm has been surveyed by S. F. Rock; County Surveyor and di vided into three tracts as follows: Tract No. 1 Beginning at the sugar treewiiiig corner to Ross; thence S 4 poles to a stake corner to W 82 land formerly owned by E. Moberley's polos to heirs; thence S S0 E 193 the center of the Meualans and Silver Creek pike corner to W. 1$. Lane and southwest corner to tho John Powers homestead; thence with the center of pike and lines of homestead N 20 E 20 0 poles, N 401 E 5G poles, N 15 E 19 poles, N Z W 20 poles to John Maupin's corner; thence poles to the new line S 67 W 234 0 beginning, containing 130 acres. Tract No. 2 Beginning nt the center of a water gap corner to tract No. 3 of said farm and running thence down the center of Silver Creek N 43 W 34 0 poles, N 601 poles, N 30 W 16 w ao poies, s sj$ w 'i poles, W 22 0 poles. S 52 W 14 poles, S 43 W 30 poles, S 13 W 42 poles, S 73 W 13 jkjIcs. S S0K W 0 poles; thence leaving tho creek and with tho Moran lilies s poles, X W 31 poles. S 18 E 3d W 24 point; thence leaving S Moran s line and iy new line rn 78 K 129 5.10 poles, N 42) E 82 poles to the hegiunii.g and contuing- 123 0 acres. Tinct No. 3 Beginning at tho sugar tree snag corner to Roes; thonco new line N 87 E 233 poles to a stake iu the west side of the plKe road; thcuce with the west side of said road down Dodds hiiituh N 4 W 62 poles, N 31K Y 30 poles to two poles. N 49M W 45 sveamores ou the south branch of Sil ver Creek; thence N 865 W 38 poles. down tho creek to the center thereof X 31 W 21 poles to the center of n water gap; thence by new lines S 42J W 82 6 10 poles to tho northwestern corner of the orchard; thence S 78 poles to a stone wall W 129 O Moron's line; thence with same S 1 W 93 0 poles to a stone, S 761 E 29 0 poles. N 34 E IS 0 poles to a poles to the bestono, S 87 E 19 ginning, coutaiug 179,35 acres, more or 4-2-4-2-l-- lo 77-10 ajr : Retyectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, - 4& E. V. ELDER. AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. 4$ 2 Ths Mhi Mutual Investment k, OF LEXINGTON, KY. $160,000 PAID IJT LIVING BENEFITS $ 05,000 RESER YE AND SURPL US. f iiI--Tk. oi 3-- 1 Imm oi Liis Insurance. 10 5-- - 3-- Li l trny FA-A- We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of the investor. For particulars apply to 7S. S7VUTH BOiAZTVmN, 2-- . Alia. A. x. auijj.iun . SECRETARY. , , Agem. xiicnmonu,. ivy.LEXINGTON. . . icai KY. ft "5 r'". '. o-l- IT MUST BE DONE intention to .wound anyone whatsoever, we teke this public method to say emphatical ly that we need the money due us, and vie must have it. If all accounts aro- - not promptly settled we will positively be compelled to resort to stringent measures. Without vliMw 0 Hal-lard- vice-rresmen- en-ter- etl -- faint-hearte- e. CiF.Brower&Co to-d- ay prize-win)r- s, -- ... An outlet Is reserved along the south hank of Silver Creek from tho water gap corner eastward to the pike cross ing ol Oliver ureeK, a uistance on2 poles. Tho land will be sold as follows: First Tract No. 1, containing 130 77 acres, will l)u offered for sale to tho highest and beat bidder, then in like manner Tract No 2. containing 1234-1- 0 acres, aud Tract No. 3, containing 170 35 acres, more or less. Send Trticts No. 2 and 3 combined, containing 302.75 acres will bo ofTored for sale to the highest aud best bidder. Tho whole, tract contiing 433.52 acres will then be offered for sale to Ihe highest and best bidder, nnd the land will be sold in the manner bringing the most money. , TERMS The land will bo sold upon a credit of six and twelvo months, and tho purciijiser or purchasers Will be required to execute bond with approved security having- the force and etlcut of a iudguinut, with a lieu retained, paya ble to said trustee ana bearing legal interest from tho day of sale. POSSESSION rossession will bo given when tho Icrmsof salo are coin plied with huttha privllegeof harvesting nnd removing tho crop now on the land will bo reserved. This farm Is one of tho most desira bly located farms in Madison county, being on a turnpike 1J6 miles from Silver Creek Station on ttie L & N. R. R. ItbasR;good dwelling house and all necessJtry outbuildings thereon in good repair.. Tho land Ja fertile and productive and is well waterod and in most ox el lent condition. Parties desiring to sto tlio property can call on Mr. John P,6wers "who rosides on the land, or oa th nnderslgned, - l Oil. COYINGTON, ARNOLD & BR0. SEND US Cut lM tsA. Mt Btmtt to as with ftl.ttft. QUE DOLLAR w wfll uaUaiIoi Tea en exml& H mt yoofaijt fnigbt atfot, nj It yon fled It exactly rcprceted eqn&ItooixmB tHat Ui eretet value you ever mw tu1 retaJi it t (at tatter thin organs- ultertiMd by others at more money, the freight agent mi90 day ffervrtee $3170. tnell-00- , feu or fra.7&, aad f night efearKc. SPECIAL 90 BAYS' PRICE iSi. 31.T5 1$ rlc tfctrg. 4 hTitor. !.n terore. Krh an offer wu Brer TH E AC ME OU ESN it oct ot tflo mi HIIBLI iwimST tlM le.e, w -- m ell ty ihown, which ru.ifciu.uiMBftror4.'Fr0tn . tnzraved rect from a DhoMeraolLToa Illustrationtorat ideaef 1 eu term auuiui appearance. xa4 from ..lie quarter aw?4 aW. antique !!nlA&.haniOflie!rdecor&ted&iulornamen ted, 11 1 -- .i u, Cairo. Crcraa. Ba Cauatar. Treble Itktia. B.toH. Fart Cnr'tr. Ill a4 Tax Keawaa; 1 Oetaar Caaplm. I TaaaiiirtU. 1 Bra4 0rta Smtft, 4 Hat 8ialialral Trart , 1 8.1 af J rare Swrat H'Mla MiUj ria. SIaaa)!7 rriu t 8.1 ef ( atmlatl; BrllUut Cahvta BWwtt, 1 S.I ( He Sanaik Maaaaaa aaraa, 1 SM at M RIO. li nnriax rfl a.t!Uaf rrt.rteal Banta. TH K ACME !H'F.E. action nouiMor t!e celebrated aall Kara, vhlc&are only "W In the blgbojt grade lnetTnraenM; flt with Ilia. aMl Caaplar ad Te Nawaaa, alio brat Duttte felta. leather, etc., belloiri of the brat rabber cloth, bellows ntortc and Aneel leather In tiIih, Tf!K ACHK VirKKX l famished wlta Kill hereled plate ('reach mirror. Btckol pLkaadt a4al trronrr. and arerj modern tturoveeKen&. Wa feawW frtw a aaae- leat rrfia aaw: as (as heal ease tsatraiUe sal sasllahrc. acac 8UARASTEC0 VEAH8. .8 ii.ui a wrtasrn nm iraa awaiaasee. vj tbe acd coadltkms et which U any part ilrra oat we rtimlr It free mt har. Try Itouematithand wwlll refund ToerssoaertrjoK are not piTfrcUr .let I atjle. THX ACM CH3 li tret 5 lnehta bUih, . . vmTUt it stopc, M roiiowit l.f rria.ipor. Mil i r ' ).tl ('If ATONC'IC i.TT BKLA.Y. ' OUR H SUABILITY IS ESTABLISHED too t, -- - & V at tv. tie It wtMt ytmr bot write ak v. arsenal K '. Sirie lMk&TrwiCt, at Jaka P9wn. er l mt II KWnKI oriuiTtallrt-t- i 41 1 at loet M1.IM..4 ae.r-IsM"whoWrslo price, r, rle iwr frr 11 , CatlCASa. rlttkl II-- 1 q f J WE HAVE A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT n ami y: op a. f i If . . m MINT WWII I kill rti. amies iinu diinnors. 75c and 1.00. t f ? 1 LI 1 '.lit iwj i a if J Is 2 , IF r' Cf(7 ji, QjJjs -- If - t SHOES TO LIVS IN shoes which feel comfortable tin uer an circiiinBtanr.es and yet wear longer than the averauo footwear is tho kind we nre ollering our cus-t,,mers- TiJlYlifts'. TVfiecnc r o aim uonav onoes tor on1 rtUIl. ' 01. uu vhjiuicjis BSk 51 i FOR ELDERLY FEET Wo carry a line of Come Early And Get Your Choice. X i ' Every shoe in Mm lot is finished as care-- 4. fu'ly ns llio hest custom bootmaker CTr?' wr would do it. Made of excellent TV" material. Handsome and stylish smooth as silk inside, and we are offering them at astonishingly syrrt low prices, embodiment of t which are ther....... iu uiu comfort. ircriii ...... hm.Ma vujiiwiiiitii .1 i.iiu .1 . SHOES . 4& styles they are roomy and easy. The .j tenderest feet will not feel tho con- - "1 P fining leather. Made in all sizes in Black and Russet Calf. Uoat, etc. Pliable but durable. Quality excel- lent. Prices moderate. X IPusyBee Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- Successors J o "VDaWace ?b "R.cc t Splendid Band. I mmmmm mm mmm 0 u r Groat Off Clcar-in- g Sale is now going on. One-Four- th Values mot CosnsMeredo A- - m r(Sf 7 Everything has had the bottom knocked out. Suits, Odd' Pants, Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Shoes, Hats, in fact everything in the house has been reduced 1o Journal. at Buckere. The Mortality Record -- County Teachers' Institute. would be greatly rodured if eyerv The Carver's Ferry road, near Val Tho County teachers' Institute as- home wore supplied with a bottle o'f ley View, was ordered opened by the sembled in annual session at Caldwell Dr. Bell's Tine Tar Honev. The great county court, on Monday. lungstreiighener and exterminator of Hiidi School on Monday. There was a coughs, croup and kindred aflW Slat S. Cohen bought of Jno. P, fine attendance to greet tho Hons. All druggists sell it at 2oc. No t henaulta four year old chestnut geld- Prof, Alfred Livingston, of Condurtor, cure no pay. Somerset it ing of King Itichard for SI25.50 Hev. W. It. Lloyd opened the exercises Hose Coghhtn, the actress, has taken the Lightning- struck but only slightly with prayer, after which Mr. Cnssius hankrnpt law with liabilities $20,830 damaged the store of S. E. Welch, Jr , Crooke and Miss Viola Million were and but $225 assets. resjectively chosen Secretary and asat Berea, in a storm there recently. Tho specific remedy for troubles of sistant. A feature of the Institute will A beautiful Chickeriug piano, made lie blood, kidneys, stomach, liver, is be the open session one night this Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood of mahogany, can be purchased from week. purifier. it G. W. Evans, Jr., for $00. jnel4-t- f Senator Blackburn Confident Policeman T. A. Potter, at Bowling Tho County Sunday School ConJ. C. S. Blackburn stop- Green, shot and killed a negro chichen vention meets at Sjteedwell on Satur ped hero a few minutes last Saturday thief. day at 0:30 a. m. See program else and in response to an enquiry expressed where in this issue- For Babies And Children perfect confidence in the success Mat S. Cohen boilirlit of John Mc of the regular Democratic State there is nothing so good in the treatticket. ment of coughs and colds as Dr. Bell's Cord an extra fipe five year old chest lie and Senator Goebel open the cam- Pine Tar Honey. It cures croup, nut uiare, by Chester Dare; dam by paign at Fulton, Hickman county, in whooping cough, old In the head, and Old Pcavine, for $550. Capt. Stone's district, the First, on gives sweet, refreshing sleep. Children love it, old people like iL Good Henry Farley, wanted for shooting August 15, and from that moment fortell it. It with intent to kill, in Gairard. was ar ward will we wituess the best managed Company I, Third Regiment, K.S. G., rested by Deputy Broaddus on Monday. and most aggressive campaign ever has been mustered in at Morgantown. waged in Kentucky. tie gave bond and was released. 1 The Richmond band boys did themselves great credit at Nicholasville. Headache, biliousness, heartburn, Indl They not onlv conducted themselves ccstion, and all liver Ills are cured by WEDNESDAY. AUGUSTS, - - IB90. ,as gentlemen, hut everyone at thn Mieet iair was delighted with the -- Dr. Hobson, Dentist. music They never tire of playing and 60M by all druggists. 25 cents. An unusufilly large crowd was in the Commercial Club of Nicholssvillu town court day. recommends them to all adjoining towns It does not help a timid woman to who are contemn'fltlnc havlii? Street wear dress goods that are warranted Mrs. James Doolin. who died last Wednesday near Ituthton, was buried Fair or other amuaoment. Jessamine not to oh rink. The Richmond Climax. Constipation Hood'm Pills is wild with excitement at the for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of sejisonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. RICHMOND Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. l!)c. per pair. Roy's $2 00 and Children btrir.tly Knee l'aiits, double knee and double seat, all colors, worth 5c. per pair are yours in this snle for 30c. RoyV $1.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits in dodble breasted nnd Reefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 11, the price iu this clearance sale only 89c. j $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go nt S1.J9; Our $3 R0, $4 50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.09, all stvles, "Cream of tho Stock." Big Rov's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $3 00 nnd $4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at$l 9S Rig Boy's $7. $8, $0 and $10 Long Rant Suits, choicer assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take vour pick and fit in this sale nt $4.9S. CHANCES Men's Good Capsimero Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth' $5. $( and $7 will in this clearance sale at $2 98. be cloi-ed All-wo- m H t SAVERS 1 urn Men's Fiue. single and double breasted, sack and frock styles of fine Imported worsteds and clays, every suit In the lot worth and sold everywhere from $8 10 $12, take your choice and pick iu this sale at fi.tra. Suits, choice styles and qualities in Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladies' Dongola Patent Tip solid shots worth $1.25 ro In this sale at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace and congress vrortli II.So will be dished out to jou at Kc per pair: Men's $1.75 and (2 shoes will be 1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vici and real Russia leather $3 and ft shoes, they go in this sale at I9. Such All-wo- ol Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. wide Seree", Henircttas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width Roods woith &5c and 50c per yard, will be slaughte.eil in this sale at 18c per yd. Nothing reserved. druc-gis- ts m afleFourtli 1 v 1 1 Off. m Money pockets to give us a look. If you care to make money on yo"ur purchases come and see us. in-you- r Baa Our floods are Firsl-Gl- us and Up-to-- Data m m rQ TIis Clothier, The Shoer, The Hatter, The Furnisher. Si Nupllals Mr. Clarence E. Woods is moving . again, this time to the Willis House, Col. David Martin, of Brasstield, and next to the post office. Nine times in Miss Tempie Oldham, of this city, were three years to the day is a beauteous quietly married on Thursday lat, at sufficiency. the residence of Judge and Mrs John Will store your wheat C. Chenault, Rev. Harding oillclatlng. for half tho advance or After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Mar no charge it wheat de- tin left for a short visit to the east, and clines or he will store will probably locate at Corbin. Mr. it ata low month!)' rate. Martin is one of the best known and lulylMf best liked citizens of Madison, while bin The Mt. ZionSllndav school scholars Is no less beloved and popular. are requested to meet at J. H. Craw- - brido In their new relation the best wishes of torua resiueuee, near Kingston, this their host of friends follow them. afternoon at 2 o'clock.' R. W. Colyer, Superintendent. The. Glade Wants The Assessor. Mr. Bud Dunn, of the Glade District, License to marry was issued Fri for Assessor, subjcday to Mr. D. B. Duncan and Miss Ella announces y itiggby, of this city, and Mr. Wm. Har to the action of the Democratic party. din and Miss Myrtie East, of Tates Wo commend him to the suffrage til the party. He is one of the old Demo Creek. Joy go with them. cratic blue hen's chickens, and he says For Rent. he has a coop full of young Democrats Six rooms over Higgins & Ellis' cro- - at home, 7 boys, who will be reared in cery store for lent for offices or resident. the faith of the. fathers. If nominated Apply to J. T. .McUItntock, Richmond, Mr. Dunn will carry the. standard always je28-tf- . KentucKy. to the fiont and be certain to down his Wills Probated. G. O. P. opponent in the final contest. The following wills were probated on School Opens. Monday before County Judge Tnrpin: Caldwell High School will begin its B. Million's, William Agee's, Green and Martin German's. P. B. Broaddns 6th session rin the 1st Tuesday iu Sep was appointed admistrator of his de tember. As an experiment last year we taught Saturday and had holiday ceased father, 11. C. JJ road d us. Monday anil the results were so satis A i'late Id p. factory that we will continue in the For luscious bananas, rine nnnles. same way this year. Wo advise all cohl ice cream-sod- a water, fresh cakes, who lives outside ul the city who expect nice candies, tobacco and cigars, goto to tend hero at all duiing the year to A. Diiielle, next door to old Post Office. send at the beginning of the rear. Our Kcstauraut open day and nlghL aprlu-ocourse Is plnnnod for a year's work and pupils coming in after the clarrca aie Premium Ice Cream. started are at a great disadvantage. Our .Mrs. Mat tie Aiverson took the pre grades will bo nearly filled from lhecity mium on ico cream that was made from pupils, so that wo can take only a few cream from Mrs. J. B. Stoufler's fine pupils from othor dUtrirts nnd do not Jersey cows. Mrs. Alvcrson'a great care to admit any at all, except at the but she is an adept beginning of tho year. forte, is in any department of domestic econ J. D. Clark. t omy. Martin-Oldha- ZiEl is next to godliness." Dirt and depravity go hand in hand. This is just as true of the inside of the body a the outside. Constipation clous the body and clouds the mind. Constipation means that corruption is breed ingiiithe h'xly, pnixouini; the blood with its foul emanations, befogging the brain with its tainted exhnltations. Constipation is the beginning of more disease than, perhaps, siiv other single dis order. The couscqnences of constipation are legion. Headache, pain iu the h!e, shortness of breath, undue lulness after eating, coldness of the extremi ties, nervousness, indecision, lassitude. dizziness, sallowncss, flatulence, and a "Cleanliness ncore of Men's Kxtra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a "T." Yon ran make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to Slo", able Uiilor-inad- o thev go in this sale at $8.48. Organdies that were 2Sc and :!Sc per yard are now 12v,c in this sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 'J5o per pair are 10c in this sale. - One lot of Slippers for ladies In sizes 2;,3, 1, and some 8's that were formerly sold at $1.25, $1.50 and (2 will be closed in this sale at 50c per pair. Fine Jarquads, Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods. Former price 75 nnd 85e per yard will bo slaughtered in this snle at 4Gc per yard Nothing teserved. White Underwear. Ladles' Ready-mad- e Special Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' Heady-mad- e I)res Skiits, Car- and. Lare Cuttains. Thfse goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and stand out to you as" the greatest argalns we are ollerlnc iu this sale, ask to see therii. Not an artirle in the entire big store loft untouched, this sale must bo far reaching, a clean sweeping mid a great spare cleanini: sale for 11s We must have room for our fall stork and the only way-wsee to get it is to actually givo away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of tho lCst goods we have to our customers and let them profit bv our loss. Don't fail lo attend this sate. e 1 i m A Great Pig Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Pants and Men's Camlet, will be closed al 39e per pair. Blno Camlet Jeans Pants "the best" New York Mills 1 - caused by constipation. Cure cousti- pattun and you cure Its consequences. The quickest cure of this evil Is by the use of Dr. Pierre's Pleas ant Pellets. Thev are small in size but wonderful in result. Thev cure They contain no Injurious ingredients. The use of them does not beget the "pill habit." Ask your drue- gint for thein. pense of Pierce's viser, in paper covers. This work con tains 1008 pages and 700 illustrations. hnr .SI stamps It can ha had in doth binding. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. It l other ailments are direct v Bring along your CAH when you come for these hnrtruhis and save time and a refu-- al of credit, for this is a CAH CLKAItANCK SALE to irake room and tret cash to buy fall goods with. Verv Respectfully, ed - W. Mm) m i.ia D. OLDHAM Y COMPANY. tra RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN send 21 exmailing only, and reccive-Dr- . Common Sense Medical Adone-rent stamps, the There is but one way to heaven for the learned and unlearned. Jeremy Tavlor. bridge. That Dreadful Cold J . m y of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar a Honev will cure it, it may be loo late. This remedy will speedily cure a deep-seate- d rold or a serious onngh. and idle, strength to the lunirx. All good drugulsts sell It. It To-da- that fearful cough a danger signal It is sapping the vitality from your lungs. Ga., while attending to hl- fllltioa lit. TtlMtlWritiit. tllAt. Slate, was attacked by cholera tuoihus. ... lie says: uy ciiauce f1 iiaipeiieii in iret hold of a Iwittlo of ('hHiiiherlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. anil I thinkjt was the means nfs.iv ng V..- I ................ II !:.. ir"ll 11 JCUl-vinit, 411 11111. Ill.V Mil. 1I0 liv I'errv & 1 nomas, druggisiR. aug2 lm ... 1 1 my child, whlrh No one knows the unbearable torture, Ballard's Snow Liniment uiirs About a mouth a is fifteen months old, had an aliack 01 the peculiar and ngnuixing pain raueil relief in cases of Bleedii . PnrnK. diarrhoea arcompauird hv voiiiitini:. by Piles, unless they have sti tiered Bruises, Scalds, Cuts eic. Priee 25 and I gave it such remedies as are usually from them. Many believe them Incur- 50 cents at I'orry &. Thomas ding btorr. given in surh rases, but as nothing able. This is a nilstnkn nug21in Proper treatgave relief we sent fur a physician and ment will cure them Tabler's Buekeve week. Al Pile Ointment is an lufallihb curi-Pric-e of Out of-clothes, out of countenance, out it was under his care wit. Ben Jonsou. 50 itnts in hotth-s- , tubes 75 cents, this tiinii the child had been sick for ".63; fra il 11 davs. Tho Hardin Omnty Sunday School The Ohio County Teachers' Institute Convention was hold at Vino Grove convened in Hartford Monday for five Thursday. 'general powers of the Whera the digestion is syt-te- and the in rake-bukiii- g, Governor Goebel In Town. Produce Firm Changes. The well known produce dealers, Nell & McSwain,have disposed of their business to S. II. Grin6tead & Co., of No Disease .V free and essy expectoration h pn-di- i. Louisville, who have many branch 1' a few h)!-- e of Couwn' . nflllited the American pub- houses over the State. Mr. Nelfwiii of 1'ar, in all esiwn of Hoarsui-KHSio Thatever Dys- continue to manace the business, Mr. sufleritijr Tin at, or ditlli uliy f breathfne. Price' lic has caused more Dvspepsiathan Tablets McSwaiu retiring. Bijrestii pepsia. " TiO -& 'J liomao' never fail. 25i ami cunts at Perry at all druggists. It ntiv'2-ln- i d' store. Prompt Settlement ol Death Claim. irlendslnp creep gently to a Pending T'lorf is more Impeof a ftwl than of the presentation of death li in tliat is wise in ,hin own couccit. height ; if it rush to it it may soon rush proofs of J. W.Ames, of Berea, who I J: '. itself out of breath. Fuller. died July ID, the Mutual Reserve Fund Association has made a partial payment of the claim ttuough their ngeut, J. V. Chaney. This is quick K;"JSfgiBiglSrtjSgfMfg(l work and should be appreciated. d , 11 lt - Mr. Slreng Is Move to Louisville. n Strentr, the and popular merchaut, informed us on Monday of his intention to sell out. his stock and enter a partnership iu busi ness on October 1, in Louisville in toe same building lately occupied by the gleat Mammoth (Jlutiiiug ana felloe Company, on .Market between 4ih and Mr. 11. J. well-know- Gib. Loaded Wagon Overturns on' Two Men. John Masters and Thomas Jenkins, of Uuthton, came near being killed by their loaded wagon overturning with them. Mr. .Masters was painfully in- mm mm RI7ET a nA ami. ci-nnl- TOUR T fll M rnJdJf ?Hl jSj waw. "Fnrminp- Trunle- - f0m inents. Stoves and Tinware, if you are alive lfj tx trip nofPKsifcv of savin jr dollars where vou IeL nave oeen aiivjiij tcuua, ""j "a nv-- u"i qiuintities, for ready cash, we ob- in lare unn irom manuiaei.ururs man caauio sell at exceptionally Low Pkices. rtf fnTrl - El 01 IS iijl pa jured. The men were caught beneath the wagon and had difficulty in being extricated alive from their perilous position. The ik ray wi sr BSTJtemeii.ber rc that oven tho little Items for household or Nails, ete., a coiisi.l- - raJJg erah(o savihj: am be affected which amounts to dollars outdiMir use, sttch.as Tacks, After the ancient question was asked: "What becomes of all the beautiful babies?" If the questioner had his eyes open he saw two thousand living, breathing answers to his question, for one of the leading features of the Fair was the number of pretty girls and handsome muu u attendance. TKir Gretaa Green. If (heir plans corded, Mr. and Mrs. George Nolnnd, nee Miss Katie Green, will be at home to their friends, at Union City, their inarriago having been scheduled to occur yesterday at Jeifersouville. the lovers' Grotua Green The bride Is the pretty daughter of Mrs. Wm- - Green, while the groom is a o itepjutw of yuan friwff well to-d- Answered. baby show Jast Friday the Qurstin Iu tho ap:regrfte SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL. IE? fry &fr on roofing and guttering. See us arid get pfli-eW' D' KocKLEV' TiuD0,' s TAVT HD TiDHQ fftliffll When it was announced, on Saturday evening, that the next Governor was in the city and would remain for an hour, ponding thti arrival of the train to Estill Springs, a number of citizens called upon the distingnixhed Ken- tnckian at tho Hotel Glvminu and were I Tbe llrst Itrmrdy For Flax. cordially received by him. No pre Mr. John Mntliias, a well know stock vious announcement of his coming dealer of Pulaski, Ky.v says: '"After had been received, and hence a dem- suffering for over a week with flux, onstration such as his friends hen and my physician having failed to re 's would like to have made, wan Impos lievo me. I was advised to try Cholera and Diarrhoea However, the few Democrats he Remedy, Colic. sible. and have the pleasure of stat met gave Mr. Goebel the glad hand ing Hint the half of one bottle cured and assurances of faithful support, and me." For sale by Perr & Thomas. his beaming countenance showed he aiit:2-lwits entirely pleased with his reception, The M. E Church however brief and informal When near Louisa, began last week with a questioned he said he would probably largo attendance. return some time during the cumpaigu "He Thai Any Good Would Win" and address the citizens of Madison .Should be provided with cood health, county, Hiid th.ise who are deluded nud everyone who would have good into believing him a creature of horns pure and hoofs will be treated to the specta- health should remember that Hood's rich blood is the first requisite. cle of one of the most genteel of gentle- Sarsaparilla, bv giving good blood nnd men, as polished as he is patriotic, and good health, has helped many a man as brainy as he is brave. tosuectsi besides sivtue strength and rou rage lo thousands of women, who. A Challenge lo Preston. before taking it, could not even see Tho Lexington leader pleads for a any good In liu to win. continuance ofihe case of Preston vs. Heed's PI'Hs are gentle, yet effective. Frenchman, the two saddle horses that It for supremacy here last week fouuht in $1,000 stake, which the former woh. it c 11 tint ftt wmjmju 1410 v Should Mr. jandidge again consent to Park. Grapon Ky , will bo held on ... , . n 1:1. pit. Preston against Carter Nagle'a august, u. 10 aimI ,.i FrenchroaD.nd ne doubt not he will, Cure Free. tkd the exhibition would be as attractive Eating Sores, Tnmors, Ulcers. Canto horsemen ss a drhate between Goe- cer of tho Nose. Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck. bel and Taylor would prove to politic- Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are ians. The Leader speaks thus fee- all curable by B. B. B. ( Botanic B'ood Balm), which is made especially to lingly: all terrible Blood Diseases. decision of tho Judges in the "The Sores Hlood and Skin Blem Banker's saddle stake at Rich- ishes, Snofuls, that resist other treat$1,000 mond last Wednesday that l'rvston.tlie ments, are quickly rured by B. It. B. Boyle county horscr wbh superior to (Ilouith: Hlood Balm.) Skin Kruptioim, Frenchman, Mr. C.F. Neagle's great Pimples, Ked, Itching Eczema, Scales, saddle horse, was not received with fa- Blisters, Red or Brown Patches, Kiotdie. vor iu this city, or, for that matter, by Catarrh. Rheumatism, tic, tire alt due saddle hoi semen in this part of the to bad blood, and hence easily cured State who have beeuscen by the writer by B. B. B. Syphilitic Bhxxl Poison It is, of courso, easier tocriticii-- tha literally driven from the system by B to judge, but it does Seem rather hard B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to that a horse like Frenchmen, who wears five mouths. B. K. B. does not eoritain medals won iu competition all over the vegetable or mineral poison. One hot United States, should have to take sec- tie will test it In any cue, For sale In ond place in tho ring at Richmond. drUKgists overfwheie. LarvQ bottles Preston !fi no doubt a. fine saddler, but f 1, six for 55. Send for a ee sample owners should have entered hist at bottte, which will be sent by return' his Lexington, wheri Frenchman will be mail. When vou write, drseilie s'ini)- exhmted. Let the gret fttherl'V u' to4Html personal free imnWeid advice which will he here w-- 4 011 will to gi?H AddrM ItkwM M)w Co , iM Mrtrhol! BUM, AtlMMa, thy state, worms can tiud no habitation in tho human body. White's Cream Vermifuge not onlv destroys every worm, but corrects all derangements of the digestive, organs Prico 25 cents Sold by Perry Thomas, druggists. ang2 liu T O. Wallace, a prominent ritizon of Webster county, was prostrated by heat and is at death's door. a heal- t What Not fo Say. not sav "I can't eat." Take Hood's Sarsaparilla anil say, "I am hungrv all the time, and food uever nug2-lm- . lUrts uie." KuVAr mi' to vnnr friendn I hat VOll The .Mai ion County Teachers' Instiare as tired in the morning as at night- will tute convened at the public school Tf il.ov In lie l:nrn thev tell vou Howl's Sarsaparilla cures that building in ladianon. Monday. 11 red leenng. Blotches and excrescences, which so Do not sav. "SIv face is full of pim ple-.- " Yon are quite likely to he told flen annoy people, aro simply elfortu by 6ome one, "1 Here's no neeu ot mar. of nature to throw oil impedimenta to proper perfonnnnre of hnr duties for Hood's Sarsaparilla cures pimples " It is imnronerand umiecesHary losay. Herbiue will aid mid iihsint nntiiro in My health is poor and my blood is her work, and ensure a skin clear and heil" MrxulV Saraanarilln will L'i'0 beautiful, entirely free from all imperyou good hlood, u I good health will fections. Prico CO cent. For sole by Perrv & Thomas, druggis-ts- . follow as a natural consequence. Do t-aug--'-uu about ten days and was having about operations of the bowels twenty-fiv- e every twelve hours, and we were convinced that unless it soon obtained relief it would not live. Chamberlain's Cliolic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea Itemedy was recommended, and I decided to try it. I soon noticed a change foi the hetter; by its continued use a complete cure wn broiieht about ami It is now perfee'lv healthy. (!. L. Bogus Httiniptown. (lilini-- r county. A'. Va I'ur saie by Perry & Thomas, druggists. at Perry it Thomas' drug store. aug2 1ni Tetter, Salt-Ilheu- m ang2-l- m The intense itching and smarting im to these diseases is instantly allayed The potato crop in Carter county Is by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and almost a failure. Skin Ointment. Many very bad jan have been permanently cured by it. !t To Cleanse Thp Sj.lrm la equally efficient for itching piles anil Klfectually, vet gently, when costive or a favonlo remedy for sore nipples; - ovennnm .lidious, to permuneiitlyihapped hands, chilblains, froct bitri cniistipation to awaken tho kid- md chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per, bo . liver, to a healthy activity, neys and without irritating or wenkeiiim; thein. Dr. Cuily's Condition Piydcr, are to dispel headaehes, coIiIk. or fevers, just what a horse needs when in bad Vijti. made by tho Cali- oouditiiui. Tonic, blood purifier and uo Svrnp of vermifuge. fornia fig Sirup Co. Thoy are not food but medicine and tho best in use to put a It takes $1,050,000 to pay Kentucky horso in prime condition. Pri( 25 lents per package. pensioners this quarter. One loach of nature makes tho whole Coughs And Colds world I in Shake.-peai- e. iu themselves aro not serb us maladies; The moct tr vial couuh or cold If Ileibiiie U w II adapteil to the cure of mav lead to asthma, broiirhiiig, fevers of all kinds, licaue it UiomiiiMiK The right time to cleanses tho stomach and bowels of a I or consumption. treat a cough or cold is rinht a'.vjiy. bilious humors, slid expels all inpuie Delay means dani'er Dr. Bell's Pino secret ions of thobod. Priro 5ft ei:M. Tar Honey - a quick cure, a sure nire, For Va'e hy Perry & Tliouuts, dritggi-1- . ang2 ill and a safe cure. It nec-Im-tei1 and liczrma. vJliam-berlain- m camp-meetin- $1.50. uinjuxfuinnnjTruinxiutniuiruuiJVinjmj $1.50. $1.50. nrtj a OUR $i.50 WONDER. 5 1 o WD S Ac .1. "D -- 01 - We have this Shoe . 5 Butibnnntl1LsTrce.-- ' This o Pei-siste- nt Boots, Shoes and Gents' Furnishing. in sill the different lusts, in both Heel ;md'3Snr,ui TIecV i s the greatest Shoe on the market.- Come, nnd see for - both -- u 207 West Main St., Richmond, Ky. nnjwui nnAnriA ruxrvnrtr. rin nsw. truG ' Sm niwijiru ijiKAn rujmrin ru winn rJxnnrsi nnsuxrux r-i-mw riLrLruxrtn rurmxixtn $1.50. $1.50. n n ulyW-ly- r ti. ir - fWCBAM StmtAY KNM4. cm- VENTWN. ,, Our Goods AIND Xt&tickrFfci? .Dates. .t ... Ceunly Coarl Bays. . , Paris, Boarbon'county, Our prices Following is program ol meeting to bo held Auk. 12, at Spoedwoll: 10:00 a. in. Sharp Music Devo tional Exercises. 10:15. Address qf Welcome E. r. . Benton. Response by the' 'President,' LVV. Doiljjn. 5 v in Hik m firat6nday." Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial. Sutistical reports by the Sec retary, W. F. Caumstark. 10:30. )veH V W W the Kentucky Sun day School Association, lluw it Helps etc. the Individual l, Prof. E. A For, State Secretarv. Ques Sunday-Schoo- O tli bubiness. 10:45. Woikof it fill $3$ S3, tions The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. Kidneys, Liver and Bowels 5ystem nses Acts gently on the The Proper Gge to Gnduate V? from Sundy School 13.. W. Taker 11:20. The Sunday School of the IT Future Rev. T. S. Hubert. 11:10. 11:40 11-5- iy Appointment General Exercises. NOON of Committees. the J1A8KET DINNER. W jjf W Lebanon, Angust 15 4 days--j Columbia, August 22 I days. Alexandria, Augtist:22-- 6 days. aat l)uIaviUeTCoIored, Fair, A ugust 2223 FaajJ msti.tnA Fysi. 41 5 days. . 1 days. M Germantown, Aiigust-2baby that is thin and not tr BroadpadvAngiia days. nourished and for the Shelbyville, August 2tf il days. moirvcr vrvosc muri oocs Sprincfleld, August 2315 days. not nourish the baby. Bardstown, August 295 days It is equally fiood lor the ar LaGrange, August 30 3 days. oy or girl who is thin and f Florence, August 30 3 days. days. Elizabethtown, September pale and not well nourished Bowling Grccn.Septeinber 134 dais. their food; also for the M .Glasgow, September mu 204 days: or consumptive Guthrie, September 27 1 days. adult that is losing flesh Hoise Cave, September 274 days. days. Owcnsboro, October and strength. fact, for all conditions W In Weather Predictions. 5 mm The following are the dates for hold- iug the Kentucky fairs this year, so far day. Lexington, as reported: Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- ? i DanvillejBoylo'countythirdiMonday. 3 PLEASE TRY Georgetown, Scott' countyjttilnl Mon- day.. S Nfcholasville, TDflonmlnjvivinnttf' third Monday J wtnclWer? 'Clark Versailles, Monday. f ?f SJ cbuntv-fouft- J woodford county, fourth nom-ineeor $ 54 P 25c. 50c. ' mm y J 35 General Taylor, the Republican Governor, was in a big hurry to announce that ho would not meet Senator Goebel in a joint debato. Mr. Taylbr evidently doesn't bollevo in getting too close to a buzz-sa- .EFFECTUALLY. 4 wK UW. we have to say is, we buyin the best markets of rtVFDCOMF the world, select the la hAB,TUALCONST'PAT'ON test goods, and when you rtni'iMiiuiiki. buy you know you have - the latest, up-to-da- te 0 f ' if I' r. . if The following extract from Bryan's Chicago speech, at the recent meeting ll?RNIAffG5YRVP(2. of the National Democratic Committee is a severe blow to those. Democrats cinasjTVfWtt sot ru eomt. Ksu et u who arc clamoring for a compromise y Jan5-lplatform simply to catch votes: "We are preparng for the campaign of 1900. The National Committee met AT AND and prepared for its work. Wo are go ing out to fight. .You ask mo whether we are going to win. I tell you I be CLARK ALL RIGHT. scratches. lieve we ought to win, and there is no Irritating stings, bites, DR. CALDWELL'S reminds and ruts soothed and healed way in which yon can predict success Colonel J. Scott Renick, of Winchor- hv Dh Witt's Witch Hazel Salve a sure except to deserve success. TsaPcURES CONSTIPATION. SALOON PARLOR flesh. ter, Ky., one of tho wealthy and inllu-entiand safe application for tortured rerry ct. "We are not going to ask, Is this WHEN IN TOWN. lAtrnrn ml counieneiis. young farmers aud lino stock thing popular?' or 'Is the other thing Thomas. breeders of Clark comity, was at tho popular?' THE AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE. "We aro going to ask, 'Is this thing Grand yesterday. "Our county went Coolest and most refreshing right 7' And if this th'ing is right the strong for Hardin," said Colonel Renick, of drinks that can .be found I was a Stone man, but I will say Ameri A gratifying triumph go down "nnd in the citv are dispensed can manufacturer is the of the of lo Democratic partyofwould rather to win to you that while our usual Democratic sending as the champion right as ... S 1! IT and accommo comotives to England. The .Midland the champion of wrong. than by majority is S00, wo are going to give Senator Goebel nnd the State ticket a dating clerks. of England has riven to the Railway 'I am not afraid of defeat. I can Qenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Baldwin Locomotive Works, of Phlla speak from experience. Having met majority of 400. There is no monkey delpiiia, orders for thirty new locom- faco to face a large number of those business among the true Democrats of otive. While in the United States a who were kind enough and generous Clark county. There were only 15 Second St. locomotive can be built in from six to enough to givo me their support in bolters signed the paper calling for a Phone 3. ten months, in England it takes eigh 1690. 1 can say to you, without flat convention, and two of those afterward RICHMOND, KY. teen months to do the work, . and time tery, that, having seen them, I would had their names scratched from tho xne in this ease is a consiueraiion. nil. rather go down with them to eternal paper. Every one of our bolters aro cost of a locomotive in tho United defeat than bo President and have to gold bugs and voted for McKinloy or States is from $8 000 to '$10,000, and in ask England what to do for my coun- Palmer and Bnckiier." Cincinnati Enquirer. England from 17,000"to.'$18,000. Tlieso try." t Applause ) are the tiriucloai reasons wny ine "Our baby was sick for a month with That Tlirobin Headache. Americau locomotive is preferred. severe cough and catarrhal fever. Al Would quickly leave you, if you used though we tried many remedies she Wliile tho English locomotive, being One somewhat more carefully and much Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands kept getting worse until we used onco Minute Cough Cure it relieved at i more expensively made, lasts somewhat of sutterers have proved their match and cured her in a few days." E. L. longer than tho American product, the less merits for Sick and Nervous Head- Nance, rrin. iJicli fcchooi. JilullUale, Rotary Plotion and American locomotive has important aches. They mnko pure blood and Texas. Perry & Thomas. Snlphnr and points of superiority. They can start a strong nerves and build up your health. White Obeyed the Scriptures. get under headway much Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Chalybeate. Pleasure load aud moie auicklv. It has more reserve Money back if not cured.. Sold by PerIn reference to the Gentry reunion, 5 force. Tho matter has been tested by ry & Thomas, Druggists. the Louisville Times says: "The Revand Health Resort. the Pennsylvania Railway, and proven olutionary soldier, Ricbara Gentry, to COLLEGE ITJZZ. to tho satisfaction of that company. OPENwhom 10,000 good American citizens Conditions in England are different of tho present day trace their origin, best from those in the United States. The Its hot out here. EALL deserves a national monument in comever 1st 15 OCTOBER t5s. English train is much lighter. The Watermellons will soon bo ripe. memoration of his faithful obedience coaches do not weigh more than one- W. H. Scudder, of Red House, is vis to the scriptural injunction to multiply Ou the JR. N. I. & B. Railroad and the half as much as do our coaches. For nnd replenish the earth." iting friends and relatives here. Kentucky River, in the midst of that reason English tests of speed are Protracted meeting is being held at ONLY TWO BOLTERS IN WOLFE. Mountains and Romantic Scenery. not fair as compared with ours. But Spr sale by Dine Grass Fnrnituro The White Sulphur is a specific for England is aproaching'.moro the Amer the Methodist church north, by Rev, Co., Richmond, Ky. Jonas Vansant, one of the most popuskin and kidney troubles; the ican equipment, and in a Jew years the Win. Childers. blisses Florence and Laura Soxton, lar Democrats of Wolfe county, was States Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot real test will come. The United 55 here Wednesday, and says he lias - - - -o Sulphur Baths in tho house. has also distanced England in compe of Lexiugton, are visiting friends and heard of but two Democrats in that to relatives here; tition for supplying locomotives further particulars .address, vybo will not support tlin ticket. Jauan. Last year tho United States William Henry Scudder Marcus county Ono of them is Sonator Billy Mize, who furnished the Flowery Kingdom with Ilanna Brock is teaching the school at has been disgruntled for several years. dpi. J. M. Thomu, Prop'r., $1,191,900 worth of locomotives, while Vienna, Clark county. O Winchester Democrat. England furnished but $S99.130. And Miss Bessie Lewis, of Clark county, Enclanil built tho first rnilway for visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. may3t-4IUVINE, KY. Last Thursday Bryan spoke at Green5 Wia 2 oi f Japan and had a long lead at the start A. K. Lewis, last week. rro jo field, Intl., tho occasion being a grand, picnic. Mr. J. H. Wilson and Miss Jennie Democratic. Chicago-platforWEIGHTY yVORDS. 2 2. 5; Johnstone are visiting the Rev. D B It was the largest and most enthusiasH tic crowd of the unterrifled that evtr J) An able man shows his spirit by gen Ware and wife, at West Bend. Indsana, H RANGES tle words and resolute actions; ho is 11. P. Lewis, of Mt. Sterling, has assembled in that section of15,000 and O being estimated at between neither hot or timid. Chesterfield. been here the past two wcelfs visiting 1 a. 3 The helghth of ability consists in a his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Lewis 20,000 people. Yet thero are some peoP a o o 3 2 B oi 2 C 5 o o o S3 m e thorough knowledge of tho real value of Miss Cricket Terrill, of Richmond, ple who tell us that Bryan is not as O 5" strong as he was in '90. Winchester tro-o- o"trcrcrtr things, and of the genius of the age we has been visiting here OOOooooo the past month. Sun. B live In. Rochefoucauld. a ssc3SCCa ssa aaa 3.S.&&& Crickets are becoming very popular in m Distance of time and place generally College Hill, especially so with the wri It's a big mistake to suppose that 53 5 1 o2 cure what they seem to aggravate, and ter, who thinks there is nothing on Goebel has no friends In the good old 3 Democratic county of Warren. They taking leave of our friends resembles this earth like a cricket. V. C. O are as thick as hayseed in a Populist's taking leave of tho world, concernine A Thousand Tongues whiskers in harvest timo and most of en which it hath been said that it is not Could not express the rapture of An them have good long memories. Some death, but dying which is terrible, s Fielding. nio E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., of the kickers might, for their own o CO "Why will any man be so imperti Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that good, put this in their pipes andsmoko nently officious as to tell me all pros Dr. King's New Discovery for Con it. mith's Grove Gazette. 5223353 CO pects for a future state is only fancy and sumption had completely cured her of a delusion? Is there any merit in being hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden. All other remedies tho messenger of ill news? If it is esss dream, let mo enjoy it, since it makes and doctors could give her no help, but 2232 she says of this Royal Cure "it soon me both the bettor and happier man. Roofing, Guttering removed the pain in my chest and I Addison. and General can now sleep soundly, something I can DR. CALDWELL'S Remember that you are an actor in a Job "Work. drama of such as the author chooses. scarcely remember doing before. I We have the highest regard for the feel liko sounding praises throuch CURES INDICESTION. If short, then in a short ono; if lo'ng out the Universe."itsSo will overy opo medical profession. Our preparariouS aro not sold for the purpose of antagonthen in along ouo. If it bo his pleas- who tries Dr. King'd New Discovery izing thent, but rather as an aid. We ure that you act a poor man, se o that for any trou'blo of tho Throat, Chest or lay it down as an established truth that you act it well ; of a cripple, of a ruler, intcrnalTemedies are positively injuriLungs. Price 50c. and SI 00. Trial ous to eiectant mothers. The distress or a private citizen. For this is your bottle freo at Perry & Thomas' Drug and discomforts experienced, during the business to act well the given part; but RAILWAY months preceding childbirth can be alStore; every bottle guaranteed. 5 belongs to another. to choose it, leviated only by external treatment by (IN KENTUCKY ) applying a liniment that softens and reEpictetus. LITERARY NOTES Schedule In effect Jane 11, 1S00. d laxes the muscles. Wc wo have The kissing bug is new, but EASTiiopnn, commake Ka L Na5. No. a. COMPLETE Wireless telegraphy has had much bining and sell such a liniment, Lv Ixmisville the ingredients in a manner 4.(Upm 7.45pn tho kissing buggy buggy with us al BLISS Shclbyvlllc Ar P.CVam' 6.33pm S.07pa general treatment in press and, periodi- hitherto unknown, and call it ways. Cynthlaua Democrat. . Ar O.Mami G.pm 9.f0pn cal, but In the" "New Lippencott" for Ar Versailles. laiCatn. 6.47pm lO.ODpn Ar T.exlngton lajjam 7.15pm IttXipn Farmer Fahnstock thinks he owns the August this vital subject is- seen No. tt Nail westbouku No.4. stock he is so proud of. But as a matter of through the scientific eyes of Profes 7 7.30am 4.23pm B.lSau Lv Luxlnvton fact the stock owns him. He Is the humble sor George " F. JJaker, who lias iust Ar Versailles. 7.fSam 4.Mpm &.37an iaiSra-lie Croat Ar La'renceb'ff pie. KMam 5.15pm 5.55an simfr 6ervant of horse, cow and looks He looks been crowned by the Prince of Wales Ar ShelbjTlUe. 8.12am after them better than he .C5pm ftKari Wc know that in thousands of cases after hlm- . Ar Louisville 10.4Uam 7.S5pm 7.55an aua leeas tfcem before he feeds him with honorary membership in the It has proved more than a blessing lo seii, EASTllOUWa WE8THOUKD. self. That is why-i- Royal expectant nuithers. It overcomes mornnow niiliin rn.y rrnrli or etrry Amrrlmn Institute of Great Britain. so often happens Na 11 'Na 11. statioss. Na"l2. NoTh L piliivrlr ciiAr.inle-e.i!um ing sickness. It relieves the sense of tn titrc 4.tA)pm 7.4miLv Loulsvll Ar 7.S5pm IU40an mat jnst aoont tne Ucbllltj-- . OI nx.t iii.!lcalcI cao of tightness. lit attaches cease, and danCSOpm 10.(lOamlLv IjirncbrKAr 6.10pm fClOan time that Farmer "itln? IHnvxe. It aru powerfullr anil iulckly. The Chinese in SanFraucisco are one ger fronr Swollen, Hard and Rising 7.1pm lCU3am!ArIIurtxlf.liKLT 4JSpm 7.20an . N.--. Man. Phv'lre'ly IVrfrrl. la Ilir rmull Fahnstock has .!:::::; KXKItn. Voums men vrlll llunrin. . Lt 4.15pm 7.10an Labor itself is reached the place of our oddest elements. In Dr. Doyle's Breasts is avoided. Ir lnt nail OM JIca will rccovei where he can take MSTBOUKB. shortened and shorn of most of the pain, WESTDOUNU talc "Ihe Illumination of Lee Mo !r r"t"f-i- l vigor. It Invigorates ami restores tc SVe know that many t'ocors recomthings easy, he No-- Vi tNaCT. stations. No.14 tNaC8 ii i. mi or, all snurrem from Seminal Weak. breaks down. in the August "New Lippihcott," all mend it, and we know , 4.(pm 7.40um Lv Loulsvll Ar ia4bam 7.pn multitudes Varicocele, Spermattorhea, No class of peo the color, pathos, and queemess are of women go to the drugthat 6.33pm 0.00am Lt ShclbvllAr 9.1m 6.0Spn r r.:nij!Mpn5, ifin iiram ani Tiuiv rower, and buy 0.50pm ianm Lv Vrrelles Ar 7.50am 4.15pn ple nave Deen more rax Armory, v.aicrulness. Evil Drenms. Demon it because they are sure their phvsictans . 7.10pm 11.10am Ar Midway Lt 7.30am 3.38pn quickly aDnrecia. lastingly pictured. I.n it of CoiiHilence, anl all effects ot lf. have no objei lions. We ask a trial-j- ust 7.40pm lZ06pm Ar Georctn Lt 7.00am ZAOjm 'i:w. rr wtnatcxrcsinnil Indiscretion, which unfits tiTe of the tonic bukliirws stndyor marriace. HECKSEKO a fair test. Tbcro is no possible KASTIIOUNU AS EBIT0R HOWELL SEES IT. properties of Dr. WESTBOUND. e 10 lio root of tho dla'-tli- at why Pierce's Golden chance of injury being the result, tNa 1. tNa 6. stations. tNo76.tNa Z xnatoa It Is the irrmtest Xerip Tonic tn theIsworld . treMedical Discovery Isnl:--i- t 7.40am 4.0UpmLv LoulsvlfA ia40am 7.35pit Mother's Friend is scientificelves Vlstr And rllnn and restores than farmers and The ardor with which Republican ally compounded. It is sold at $1 a botia22am 6.60pmlLv Vernlles Ar 7.50am 4.pn e . irenr 5 ouu. It Is a mirvelous Illood l'url stock raisers. They newspapers, denounce ll.oeam 7.35pm ArNlchlvill Ar 8.68am S5pn iImMhmIi t"o lpk Glow come, hack to Goebel, aud cud tle, and should be used during most of ll.Wpm 8.30pm Ar Rlchmnd Lv &05am J.OOpn have found it preliavlnc KKtiENKKO. 1.03pm lAr Irvine Lv L4opit uy mall 9 1 . vents as well as die up to the proposition to defeat him the period of gestation, although' great i:i u m rust .ii ve- c ikh per is experienced if v. short lc frr R5.')0. Wo cheerful I v refund cures disease. No. 1. No. 3. stations. It divididg and defeating the party, is relnf before childbirth. used only aour ilhero lx Iwxea do net effect a cure. time ir n Send for keeps the stomach by 7.4i)am 7.45pm Lt Louisville. . in n ne Amcncas Office of Lexington .... in healthy opera- worth a suspicion or two, to. bsv the lustrated bnok about Jtfoth bit's Friend. Ar laoam lacpm tion, stimulates the Ar Knoxvllle 7.00ptn 7.45am organs of digestion and nutrition and in- least lt leads directly to tho'sugges-tio- n THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Ar AsnevlUe VlOam MOpir ; that the Democrat who hopes to A r Savannah For sale In Htchmond by Perry 6.00am Thomas creases the secretions of the ATLANTA, OA. Ar Jacksonville ROOam uruggi&is. Elands. The use of "Golden Medical Dis purify his party by wrecking it, or ease Bept2I-lcovery " at seasons when the strain of work Ar Chattanooga 6.10pm tLSftam Ar Atlanta 10.45am 11.50am ts preatest, eeps tne system in perfect his disappointmoutsliy placing a ReAr Macon 1.10am 2SSpm working order and prevents the break publican State Administration in power, Jacltrtonvlllc Ar 9.10am ft 10am aown which comes irom over drafts on vk&AJ CO YEARS' must be a peculiar Democrat, to say the Lt Chattanooga 6.30pm "a 45am the strength. EXPERIENCE Ar IlirmlnBhaja 10.05pm 11.3am ten bottles of Dr. Wm'i least- "I usedDiscovery ,. 2.30am 9.50pm Ar Meridian Medical And several vials of his Ar Now OrlRans .. a25am The clyirga that ohe man, could tr ' T1 ir .nrt Prllt. vMt- ttrm tl.; buiiu, ...... -r yuu haw ...u J liave had no trouble with Indigestion since." Trains Noa. 1, S, 6 and fi. between Loulsvtllo would undertake to mauipuhito a conwrites Mr. W. T. Thompson, of Townsend, Jird Lexington, carry Krco Observation Chair Broadwater Co.. Montana. "Words fell in IM! vention of mnro than a thousand d doCurs how thankful I am for the relief, as I had suffered so ranch and it seemed that the doctors gates and da ken its counsels bv Na 1 tonnects at Lexington daily with could do me no Kood. I not down in weight to tbroutfb H'cei'injf ears to CbattanooKa, methods is so absurd that it 125 pounds, and was not able lo work at all. and New Orleans, and through, sleeper Now I wclich nearly ifio and can do a day's work needs only to bo slated. A pany which Designs from CbuttkCooRa to Atlanta, Macon und Jackon the farm. I have recommended your medisonville. Copyrights &c. ItarUflciallvdleests tho font! anrlalrta cines to several, and shall always have a goad wrecks Itself in the name of reform is Anyone sending n sketch and deserlpUon may Trains Ss'ot 3 and 4, throuRh sleeping cars word to say for Dr. Pierce aud hb medicines." whether an IuUvllle and lllrmlnchnm, connecting quickly ascertain onr opinion free Communica not worth reforming. Atlanta Consti- Nature In strengthening and recon-- i .hlmftientable. invention is "Golden Medical Discovery" contains at Lexington with through Pullman sleepers simcung tne exhausted digestive tion! Knctiycomracnuai. jianocooKon I'&tent via lIuiTlm .11 between KgojvIH- - Aihevllle, tution. bo aiconoi, wnisicy or otner intoxicant Itlstnolatestdiscovereddlgesti-an- t sentfreo. Oldest opener for Mcurluff rmtents. Lc:umbia. Savunnah and Jacksonville. A Binder item of medical knowledcrr- A. Co. rccclvo PatcnU taken throuub Munn and tonic. No other preparation tpetfcu nonce, wttnont ciiarce. mine when life is at stake has avalue past Tho onjy lfno with tbreo dally trains Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dyspep- can approach It in efficiency. Incomputation. Dr. I'ierce's Common Sense sia because its ingredients Louisville. Sbelbyvlllc and Lexington. are such stantly relicvestind permanentlyIt Medical Adviser has 1008 pages of pricerallT except Sunday. cures Other trains daily. doing so; "The pub- Dyspepsia, Indigestion, less paragraphs. A. WIIGImih. IUT.jU S.T.SW1FT, P.&T.A. This great work is sent that it can't help Heartburn, A handsomely Illnwrated wivUr. Tarcest elr. absolutely free on receipt of hlamns to nav lic can rely npin it a a master remedy Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Ky. dilation of any vcfenu&a foornal. Tor.n,3 a iAJxlnjrton, If!y. year: fnnr riontha. Sold hy all newsdealer. C A. Uaihd. T. 1. a.. Louisville. Ky. expense of mailing only. Send 21 onc- - forcll disorders arising from imperfect Sfckneadachc,Gastralgia,Crmoe,and KUUljiaN.sav.P.ftU.M., J. M. Cui'p.T. M ccnt stamps lor edition, or 31 digestion." .las. M. Thompson, M P.. jMtwtiei- - rewiihs ni imrseriectasgesUea, He Tort JTvy,,Ji!"Ktou' wcshiDRtoo. u.a "ioitij jiu Taunts Pti (. MPLKU' AtarGH-UT- c .fit AfttWitkiR Jotmt&l of. Health; N. Y. 8ncck UOs. m X SU. Nrahla0i. t. c. W.A.TuUK,q.P.A.. WM.1LTATUH.A.G.PA1 - vA-- v. rierce, mhw, w.-- y, 7t 'Perry TitAnM. . rer le hy rerry Tin is a. goods. Is that what j'ou want? If so, trade with RJ TWf fifNlrtNt-ttlHT- O BY Gibson p. m. Praise Service. Sunday School Work in the Orient Rev. T. P. Dudley, Jr., Mis sionary from India. Questions. 1:35. The Proper Use of Sunday School Machinery Mrs. Martha - E. Early. Discussion. 1:55. The Homo Department How best put into practice Rev. George Ames. Discussion. 2.15. What am I coing to do with tlm belli I have received? "What would Jesus do'' , Elder W. R. Lloyd and others. 2:40. Itenorts of Committees. Elec tion of Officers. Ottier business. 3.00. Closins Mizpah. Evervbodv invited to attend and take pait in tlio Rreat Sunday School Work. Conarecational singinir. borne select pieces by the Speedwell choir and other quartettes. Come early lor greet ings before commencing. 1:00 1:10. cf wasting, it is the food 2. medicine that will nourish and build up the body and Lexington's weather prophet, Prof. the Leader with his forecast for the incoming winter. Asa Martin, furnishes "ililflHlt J JJ J DRUGGISTS. 284 er give new mc ana energy 3 when all other means fail. Should be taken in summer as well as winter. Sr 50c indfi.oo, all druggets. w RIGHT WILL WIN. People who aro sweltering these days may get some consolation Irom tire forecast, It can't always bo warm. Here is the way Prof. Martin peers into tho future: "As Christinas comes this year on Monday, we can , look for perilous times, such as wars, famines, and terrific storms on sea nnd land, and great distress .among nations. There will bo during the winter twenty-fiv- e snows. The first one will fall November 11, 1899. There will be two ice spells one in December, the other in January. Ice will bo three and one half inches and five inches thick. There will bo ten days of zero weather. Tho coldest day will bo ton below zero The people can lay in coal and be ready as I have warned you all In time." 7fc 1 G8AMB80PCASIMI m Gosi, MU hU Rpfrig-eratqr- sj m..I ii.. loand 1 SEND HO MONEY HJffiESK elrt, ..f ji u jirrltr. IU5ll re.iToti08K o. n. ttWIKfl MACHINE xou can examine nil your nearest ireitfiit aepot ouu ir a, repre-rniptrrrtuj tsiLf.ei.rr, etsriiy kl-- fc tl tCli.tm. sad TIIK. ..hfBM Btk-- r. TOC f.TKU IHABU i. HIGH We havejust received a number of UHi.ljiGaKiwie,i9iuucivu..u7iiuuii. rertlft'iirtits, olterlui; T..r Scr"& Our Special Offer Prlco SI5.50 Tbe macltine weiirtis and s miles. KJIUJ m pomri. and the rrelcht win arrratre 75 cents lor exen home, amf CIVE IT THREI E MONTHS TRIALtnyrrar own we Kill return Tour IIU) any day yuu aro not satisfied. Wt ..II sir- - fi5f sl i.lo. io.o. n.oo. f.resl Bwkes aae (ri4r .1 iMf if. J i VI MI3I3.3U won UJlur JlllSJt OASUIET UVIUJIVA CltIlTS.1T BtKOAIS frelirht-cr.arKe- . OF. ium mo.3iri' fMr i..t 3rirVKm i;j. ?ISrrt I ficH rsaa irS:yiil'l "fjVlfJ K !tfbuntainlce Cream Freezers," IcejxesWaterCoolers, White DEWARE OF m TUp Rll?rSlrI-r isuiBLr inn nun .mit. Vv Tarl ius Ind cemenis. uimh Writs I.VHTATIOS"! Mimi, utvler rarious n.l r n.rhii-t- . All kinds of Fishing Tackle Hooks to 3 1 3 5 catch everything from a Sun Perch to a Channel Mud Cat. Did we ever say any- & YRUP PEPSI al SQ thing the U) 3Tou about t rlMtl ie. f. i.iie SniTih tei k liall Ih-- rliifr n: f"Hr a feed. , tur. n ' . lH,f shuttle, autotwilic hobU-- t winder, ailpi.talilo beanoirii. i ati itj i B Improved looms wheel, au jnttalile prrsser font lmir-e-- l I t Hl JsijlfsNl eirrler. patent needle rale-'- t drees ciiard head I handsonielTiler irkt.rt 1 N TRIIVIIVIED. ""fclT'tfl 1 B SisWff-V- i a'- -l CUABANTEEO ll rrtl..l tfa? lf?-S';4 lr-- i ..WI,.H I" -"'"T 1"" Instruction Bo.Hi " howsnToneenn mn It snrtdoeltherplnlnr Freeany sSil fjl 1 or Jr t a iz kinder fan. n A lfi2lJ$$$ii',5bis& llT COSTS YOUSltrrirNO onARAlrtEE 11 sen with eeerriMinin, isSt.VVjt-ift-W- f fiOTHINO tn.see ami examine this machine cnn-.. tl - - V . . k.' 1 . , s " "V taiaj f I'l. Ir Uff J wm aae ar frvlrfct fO irT( H T fir II If al air 1 Ik. ol'hU IVr mmiIii .60. rtaM rttiuiMim. vHDyn rn C!itflTM' SirsSv'D . ? t fearS5B5MRnS KrftrrWiawfeBr1! Saflpy-'isre'g? r'Utwin mister OKIBK xirinjc 3AIIS, 'BITII Till! iii- rtaS Jt.UEnVai!EHKTJ!.CrKIN AUKlllfA. SLIO QlBTCa SAWED OAK n oo mu.niii. out il.usinalon nos niaca.ne 1 IVmI V nii.it -- frlss la Calrsca sai llsta efee are ho ererr Bnnixx wrsOTHrvr. with uct LEM &s3 tjrl (.vft&vi4 r gl yTI fi -- 1 Jf? 41 I MjWV.vl 'QkASflSrt.'Jf i ' i 2 ?FA '' ir J.i "ffigyt OH J , TT -,5 I fly tk (AftAi SDifHlill ZtiTiJ rarTril. r.r if.) fg ioiraleil rai.iietadjustabletnm.,nlitel drawer finlth. I.1..1 IM33 .Wl.i tr 4nl, Ik. t .: anrle.l. n,K..n puils. rt-l- t lre rJwi'i tSW.'ki'Jcl! Address, '' .l..4. " lr. ,.i., i 1 I ... 't"l't nrTJSl n te mwhut. '' SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, nprS-6- III. Wficefef S; Wilson Sewing Mac&ine, . -- 1 Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED up-to-da- te 1863. 1 !j,iiiiiiif Main Well, avo will see you later. Call and see us. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pjiopkietok. Street, Richmond, Ky. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. STILL FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who aro contonipJating buying Mnrlilo, Grnnite, or any kind Cemetery Work, will find it to their Interest to call nt tho old stand in thr i. ar of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly mi lun.l a largo stock of finished work to select from, at jiricos to Miit all clasx s f buyers. gjJFMn. W. . GOUOHEK. one of the best worim-- in (' ntr.il Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means Ritisfucti ry wurk in overy plwe. Parties livinst at a disliinte bIioiiIi! write to ua for iIisil'h-- , which will bo furnished on application. gjgr YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITHD.-W- a SPIES Ball Bearings -- JM7VfES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. mm lavs hi -- DR. BELL'S SaWJ-iesT- & ine-Tar-Hon- ey lwigfcaj j?For -- 135 m Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearincause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thero is no inclination to cough. g yjs ggj g p. fads, - 3ittsburg Central Stock EAST LIBERTY, PA. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. ECONOMIST Bottlec Only. I AM 08 YEARS OLD. and never taed tiny remedy equal to Jjr. BeU's It gives quick and permanent relief Of. In grip as weU aa coochfl and colds. Ir mulcts wrat limn utronij. airs. m. a-- jueicoiie. Pedacah, Ky. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to TV. Q. White. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Slzoa BE SURE YOU GET It is the nearest Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. point to the Eastern market. more, Washington, Philadelphia, Bali's ?ini-Tr-NK- iy Best Distributing Point East op Indianapolis for Eastern markets. Balti- New York and all t -- o x other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. Good bu3'ers always in attendance for export cattle and all w mW4 'h hey're the best! That's why you want to sec them before you buy. Wo mean i 4rt PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY. SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. may31-3- ni A BOON TO MANKIND! siYRUP OA- PEPSI N R Word to Doctors D" ip isssss ., TABLER'S BUCKEYE I" O m j ir"-"- -. 25 C PILE W- our SOUTHERN Insurance Gasoline S Stove, r 5S si 03 2 h mi a S tn I'li--y tn nIki fZffi ' SnrtiMm m CURE and HEGENERO over-straine- A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES. WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents. JttKS F. IALLAM, Sale Pro? ifcttr, - & - 310 Kstih Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. flUUiClsMiiC For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. Jan,5-,3- r' REPAIRINO AND TIMKINO FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. All Work Guaranteed. t i 1 M! jprpLlP-gamiA- -e .- L. E. LANE, 2nd Stkeet, Richmond, Ky. . . jni-ctua- be-cao- -- 5 . 1 - K- -t. . is if FOUND ONLY AT THE blood-makin- Why Suffer Agony ? . g bSiHK r - 1 Kodol Dyspepsia dware Store of j DOUGLAS cS SfAlAWNS, Cure s. lllrm-lngha- io Digests what you eat. Screen iiMrs,, Qbolers, jdfrjgorators, (Jimmpibh Bin-deH: Water $g i When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to cure you. It is the discovery of an eminent physician. Wa Interruption of Biisinss ! Ml Knife! Tho first treatment brings immediate Tclief. It lias cured thoupands, and will euro you. MIL 6. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief cf the Chattanooga Pire Department, says : - . rs rqars of sufTcring, DON'S PILE OINTMEN T was to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. I viluntarib give you this statement, hoping it will be the means of bringing jour vromJerful remedy to the attculioa o oihers piles." Afu-- r en Scientific flmcrim and lowers, Hay Bakes, Binder Twine, Etc. Ut TutV J$ Price f LOO. Prepaid te any Address. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. D-- MM U paper-fecwi- W - i Uk BaalsSasiaBaMaSJsasfc 9Bk9BBlsSSB - h 7. " " -- is