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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tI7 ia 1114 ll 4 It p TITlE RICHMONDCLIMAX7 VOLUME26 7 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1899 NUMBER 11 For Rent l ++ 4 Choice of three good office rooms over Doug las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom iences with residencci GRIGGSBY PROFESSIONAL CARDS AWOE1TBT3 Rw MILLER ATTOBNKTATLAW RICIUIOND KEXTVCrr Office in the Durnam nnlldlng next door to armers National Bank febSly SULLnT NJA ATrORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olfice over Taylors Hnnlware etore op posite Court on Main Street II HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW lliciiHONn KKNTCCKV Ollice No 13 First SU up stairs 31 30 J CLc D M CHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Cheu aults grocery W R LETCHER AttoJllela tLaw IlllHMONI KEXTUCKV Offiw with T J Smith Jr over CovniKon iIiteIstIIs T C LovryAt- lonieyatLaw Mil rluy Bnildliii Ricliond Ky PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON lIlY JJlIN AND SURGEON- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in Ihe joe Ccilini building iS and so Sec ond Sireel over Willie old ilruettore s7 CHAS I10UKEU lETEIlINARY4UlGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty oOlttce up etalrn over tore recently accu pled by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Uichmond Kyapr7iyTI C JASPim M D Medicine and Surgery Oiliie 1nither Ituililimr Main Street Telphone at n idence the CArr l Uce on UroHilwa RICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANSM D G PIIYSCIAN ANt SUHUBIIN UICIIMONU KENTUCKY IJU T J TAYLUItI- mcJiliinier in tittlieiiu and Surgery KioHMoNw KENTUCKY iORIce anti reldnce on Second Street DSNTAL SUHOEBT lT 1aett1 ttoDSOt DKKTIST OP LoOISVILLKK- TajOfilce next door to Government Building RIchmHnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to to novl7lyFRED SMITH DENTIST aOffice over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Or W W BurRin janHly Dr Louis II Landman No KB Wet Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio t will boaUhe Hotel Ziramer Richmond Ky on r WEDNESDAY SEPT 17 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky febl8ly ItL1Nm ENTRAL SHOUT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Car leaves Lonlr Tille ever Thnrsday night and runs through to San Francisco Ask ticket agent for particulars or write j AgentLoulaviIlei Free Reclining ChaIr Cara Loalarllle to r Memphis and New Orleans A II HANSON WM A KELLONB 0 P A Chicago A O P A LonUrllle Dr fioldstein The Optic Specialist WILIItrult T RICHMoND Tktrstoy StfliMlMrF- WtTWO 7tJt BAYS MV SUITS THE POCKET the eye and the ear All the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruments Theypossesseverything and strength of tone and boauty of finish The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a guarantee of its excellence HARDING RIEHH H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY P troniz 1io ma Iaao1 Insure your dwellings barns and all other property In the Blue Grass Insurance Company of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most company for the people of our county now operating in the State and getr cheaper ever companyForAttorneyatLawlUchmond opposite Court House next door toState Bank Co second floor J H CARTER Pres mayJIly C C BOSWORTH Secy 18 FREIGHT jItz2ew sewingilil Jall nttach rented machine days money funded ien4 order circular applica WLYN Miro CO- ueo FOURTH LOUISVlLw mch22Ciu Lumber for Sale have my near Waco about three hundred thousand feetof flratclassoak lumber which tell loaded cars further particulars address- J BOWMAN nlyV3mo Waco Ky NOTICE persons purchasing any product raised the farm the undersigned hereby warned myfamilyMRS HOWARD CORNELISON Jly264w- erwn US ONE DOlL ndou thisad ted we- winu lqb5ysd see- D9t1 IrelKt subject mmlntlon rnhroar IrrlgLt depot If found ptrlttt usilaf artery 5aIiNLilt you ever or heerd- etpaytbe rUlwlIT tcixr r 4raClUo ruts SI3OO tll war veurs If not sat is1ictoryIn 30 wilt he re cash awl on De lion AVI KY I at mill I will at mill or on For call on or M All on of are W R and this 55b- isn lUr r AID COD to and ly ACME BIRD less Ih FREElnr uo indfrelKht cbsrees This toTe it Hie No Ioren ie illill lopUliOi nuul from dot plKlron curs large flues heavy cover t linings and irraies large oven shelf tenT tinlined door candiom nickelplated ornamrnutloni ant trlmmlno e tra large Ieep genuine 8IIIb peeIIalIsad Mrwlr hand tome large ornamentM bave Bi tsa l brn and we furnish an eitr wood crate maklrur It a pe- rferte4bec itS hair BiiniiccciaixTiK with oe steve and guarantee safe delivery toyour rail ebareyaSiuSforpsch miles a s jMtalkul i 10110 AWmi SEARS ROERUCKtCOaNCiCHtCAcOIU- Dess POUk c ar tbecsI listJOtw1 apr5Gm ALIVE o e 1ets 0 1 f1Qe We are now olferingyou f 20 per centor onefifth off on everything in our very large stock of Wall Paper from 5c per bolt ou up in price Mid Summer Prices On everything in our line Get prices from all the cities then get ours and you will see ours will be the lowest Wo handle nothing but the best grades Wo niako Ito ordiir nil kinds of of fttijiiH inUny color We inake to jprdernll kinls of Window fihndes VB niukd to order all kIwis of PjctureFrnmes Wall Paper Paints Oils Varnish Brushes Glass etc Stock tin Inrjrest and prices al ways tlio lowest j EI MIIttII IAIS STRE- ETRIOHMONDtY nlJIICU Ohio Lily Time ol Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND MUSterllnff and Lexington Accom 6 55 am Eastern for Louisville 7 30 am Motehead and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm New York Limited FF V 4 60 pint EAST BOUND teztnfiton arid Morehead Accom J 15 am New York Limited FFV + J1 M am Lexington anti Mt Sterling AccolIl6 Dm Washington Expresa 923p J Accommodation trains run dilly except nOn daj Other trains ran Through alevplngund dining car IIIIrYlco to New York For Information rate or steeper reservation call OR or write K HOOD Agent LtNJBy- Rlchaaoad Ky w gBOHGKVir BARNEY 0 IA 0 Ry Lcxin5tun Ky hij f Yo J i NlCHOLASVILLE KY AUJT 7 99 A T Chcnaull Esq Richmond Ky DEAlt SntI hays rend with great luteieat the Genealogical Memoranda of the Qulsenborry family including the Ghenault and otlmr pioneer fami lies that settled in Kentucky from 1783 to 1700 and ns lute as 1803 Ky your nephew Anderson Uheuault Qtilsen berry of Washington D C Every descendant of the early pioneer settlers of MadfbOtt and Clark countv who have descended from the Quiseuberrys and Chenaulta ought to have a copy of such an interesting history which gives in detail thu descent and origin of the various family connections of the Quisenberrys mid Clieuaults Many of the families mentioned in the work are the descendants of those persecu ted French protestante who lied from the South of France during the reign of Louis XIV It has been estimated by Dr Frances L Hawks that fifty thousand French Huguenots settled in the American Colonies during the first ten years of the reign of Louis XIV In 1715 he died after a bloody reign of 70 years In 1707 Lechaess lila confes stun persuaded the King to believe that God would prolong his lifo if lie would issue another order for putting to death every protestant family con nected with the wine and salt trade of the South of French III Bronago and Olenon a dozen protetant families haiti the monopoly of thu trade in wine and salt The wealth of Alencon passed through their hands and in the city of lonuii they carried ou an iinuielice commerce especially with the Dutch Those of Caen sold to the English and Dutch merchants the linen and woolen cloths manufactured in Normandy Jt can be shown from history that to the protestants France owes her commerce at Bordeaux La Kochelle and time Mormanports III fact nearly all the silk cotton linen and paper manufact urers were supported by thewand their tanneries at Touraine were tenowneil throughout the whole of Europe Thin magnificent prosperity near the close of the reign of Louis was annihilated by the Lechalse the Jesuit confession who persuaded the King to believe that be was doing God a great service ill putting to a cruel death every here tic in the South and West of France England Holland Germany and tlie American Colonies all received the fly lug Huguenots the uncultivated banks of the James river in Virginia were by these French refuges transformed into fields covered with rich harvest All Virginia admired the flourishing state of their model farms in the environs of Marinikiu In the State of New York the founders of New Kochelie recoiled from no fatigue that might render pn ductive the virgin land on the shores of the Eat river Men women and children unceasingly labored until they IIwitiugiaudscnpt111111 reared maguificuut plantations on the bunks of the Cooper The agricultural colony ou the banks of the Santee sur passed all others in the same province although the refuges were unaccus tomed to such labor The revocation of the Edict uf Nautz and other persecu tious that were afterwards waged against the protestants of Fiance had their reaction iu tho fearful attrocities of the French Revolution of 17U2 In conclusion I will state tbatamong the descendants of the Huguenots in Ken tucky are the Hardius the Januaries the Brocketts Desbas Dejaruetts the OuerraulM Clieuaultg the bailees and Bronaughs who settled with the La Fontalnes and Maurys near Freder- icksburg Va in 1719 John Peter Sallie was the founder of thu American branch many of his descendants live in Jessamine county near Keene No country has ever had better citizens in it than the Huguenots and their de scendants Thu instances are rare indeed III which one of that stock has been charged with crime beforo the tribunals of the country Many hun dreds of them are among the great men and women of our country some are great theologians orators judges goy ernors generals and admirala greater patriots never lived or died in defense of civil anti religious liberty than the French Huguenot Truly I wrote to Dillard Hunter aliout the other book you loaned me He has not auswered my letter S M IX UI YOur flngeron Your Pulse I i You feel the blood rushing what kind of blood That is tbe question orlmpurcblood If tbe blood Is Impure then you are weak and languid yourdigestionnot sleep well and the morn ing finds you unprepared for the work of day tour- cheeks are pale and your complexion Is sallow You are troubled with pimples boils or some eruption of the sUn Why not purIty your blood will do it Take ft a few days and then put finger OB your pulse again You can feel tile difference Itic stronger and your cimtlftttefl Hikr Send for our trot w lmi4ae Blood tHruski tbe SarsaparilU lTbey cure constipation also 4 WrAe t I ptIoittelIepc ptiy 4Stioul ast A 1JKJ1 ti J J Jc- n tA55ImLYgE J Makes the food more delicious wholesome = JunM eo eaw NEWSY Cornhas put on new lIfo and will moke at least per cent Dr Shclton of St Louie has located at Newby to practice his profession The farmers are rejoicing on account of the drouth being broken by a beau tifnl supply of rain Ou account of rain the Friendship Baptist church was not dedicated last Sunday July 30 but will be InSeptem herThere is no Taylor Aid Society iu old Million district We Democrats art for the nominees from A to Izard right or wrung MrsW B Newby had her right hand amputated last Tuesday about four inches above wrist on account oJ an aneurism on wrist joint BfeHrcki Iran Nrrre Was the result ot his splonded health Indomitable will tremendous energ are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and thi auccefs they bring use Dr King New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and bodv Only 25cat Perry t Thomas drug store 0 WALLACETON Corn crops are going to be very good Mrs Dr PerkIns visited her father last week T J Kinnard has just returned from n short visit to ned Lick A number of the Wallaceton people visited State Lick on Juh29 Rev Kelley of College Hillprcaclied at the M E church July 30 Judge Lunsford passed through town with a nice drove of sheep which he sold to G A Ballard Miss Pattie Todd and Messrs J B Wallace aud A F Cnldwell attend ed the institute at liichinoud lust week Mr J H Denhaui Jr of Welch burg Jackson county pawned through here on the 5th on his way to see hie best girl Rev Robt Drannomon gave us a lecture Saturday evening Exposure of Monnoulaui which was very Inter eating and instructive Mrs C C McWhorter has returned home after a serious illness at her fathers at Paint Lick We lire all glud to see her back in our midst Mr W O Atulernou and family at tended an ice cream supper at the Glade church Saturday night Pro ceeds of the BUpjHjr were about 23 Hpmarkabl Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plalufield Ill makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse He told her she was a hopeless victim of consump tion and that no medicine could cure tier Her druggist stigKested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound aud well now does her own housework and is well as she every wasFrel1 trial bottles ol the Great Discovery at Perry Thomas Drugstore Successors to W G White Largo bottles cents and 00 6 SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY ANDERSON COUNTY FAIltLAWBKNCE BURG KY AUGUST 1518 Rates otis fare fur the roundtrip Tickets ou sale August 15 16 17 and for morning trains August 18 limited for return August 19 1809 STATE UEMOOKAT1O CONVENTION LEXINGTON KY AUGUST 16 Rates otis and onethird flirtS for the roundtrip Tickets on sale August 16 and for morning trains August 16 limited for return August It 1KW SHELBY COUNTY WHITE PAIR flit EL BYV1LLE KY AUGUST 2225 lIsts one fare for the roundtrip Tickets on sale August 22 23 21 and for morning trains August 25 final limit August 20 1899 SHELBY COUNTY COLORED FAIn S1IELBYVILLE KY AUG 30 31 SEPT I Rate one fare for the roundtrip Tickets on sale AUJusU3031anIJ morn lug trains september let final limit September 2ml IKK LOUISVILLE COLORED PAIR ASSN LOUISVILLE KY AUGUST 2226 Kate one fare for the roundtrip Tickets on sale August 25 antI 26 final limit August 23 1809 LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR LOUISVILLE AUGUST I5l rourlllIripTickptII limit August 21 ltsJ9 For futther in formation vail nn tuarest agent South ern 15y WM TYLOE A G P A Louisville Ky rebnildlamlnever gripe or nauseate De Witts Lit Ue Early Ktsf rs torry it Thutnas A Kansas City Judge on Saturday last rendered a decision that will In terest all tbe boys that iave sweet hearts A young man of thatcHy hired a livery team to take his sweetheart out driving and so informed the liveryman The team ran away and dotnolWied the vehicle The IIvry- man brought suit for damages Thai Judge ruled in favor of the yo iau nod told the llverymiiii thetjioiild have given ilievoanit lilii a tern HI that he could have driven with ore hand kuoWlng that l eVtwto take hf wtt heart out driving One Mill ut Cough Curt qirieklr caret ohHilnate HUuinier cuiiKhsi aisicoltit J loHtl lir it a IIIllt1toilllrritlMkhquick HHii Wef4utlayhow Wk Perry iTiwfss f b h- J P BAKING POWDER The Sensational VaughtSmilh RaceI Last week was jammed full of excite ment due to the Street Fair exhibits and what tliR country folks didnt see free of charge wasnt worth over 60 cents a head But there was one sensational event not down on the keards and pity it is that wily a select few witnessed it It was a two heat race between Mr J W Smiths black pony and Dr Clarence II Yaughia roan horse that has dusted every other four ooted beast between Bear Wallow and the PaUle A Clay Infirmary These two animals had beaten ll competitors hut bad never contested for supremacy between themselves For weeks their owners had been casting defiant glances at each other anti making re marks that would have precipitated a duel in old times but as both are model Baptists and Blue Lick is their strongest took nothing wore serious than a worthy war resulted which how ever eventuated in a challenge for a race between their respective steeds MrSmilh trained ins beast on the Roil House anil Stony Run boulevard which is an smooth as a new corduroy nmd in South Carolina He drove up and down the rocky road daily when lila neighbor Col Gizzlewced Calla han hailed him with thin query Hello Jeems watcher trying to do with that coldblooded plow IIUHS of yonrn Jim retorted Plow hos nothin this is Pony B 230 ties a trotting horse Do tell quoth Old tiizzleweud aud laving learned front Mr Smith that hIs pony bad been metamorphosed into Pony B 280 he went down to the post office to spread the news Meanwhile Dr Vuughts roan nag had staggered into shape as a trotter under the euphonious title of Perjured Clarence 225 By Monday last both horses had been hardened that they could go a sixteenth of a mile without running and then the rivalry became keen smith vowed his Pony IL toot named for Pony Benzley of Garranl wax a becuiid juuol while Vaught de claieil that he detected in hib horse all of the qualities that made Col C D Olienuulta Proxy famous here last week The race was to occur just after the fair Ou Friday Kveuiiig The tree turn pike between Lexington anti Kicluuouil watt to be the battle ground In tinier to add zest to the raze a couple of special friends were invited to enter the race as pacemakers J S Crutcher with his black Bill Taylor SU8 and Cabell Chenault behind little Bill Uoebel 250 uuiiricnted to go along Tile trot ters started at Governor AlcCrearyV and were off to a good start with Pony U in the lead Peijured Clarence was close Up and pretty soon forged ahead but he was running like a Futurity candidate and the spectators implored the judges to observe the methods by which Vanghtu horse gained the lead Meanwhile Bill Taylor and Bill Goebel started to run antI almost kicked Crutchvr and Chenault out of their seats Vaughts horse stopped to a walk at the railroad bridge until the Doctor stood up in his buggy and im ilanted his foot in Perjured Clarences rear Iimplred by that kick Clarence proceeded to burn himself up He had a gait like a frog but he covered the ground and it looked all over with the others when he suddenly quit again Iheii in a matter of fact way Smiths Pony B slid past and won the heat Ii- i2iu Innvs record with Crutcher and Jheuaulls horses all over the pike hilt Taylor trying to take the fences as iiurdles stud tiofbol apparently trying tu stand oil hia head The return start was at Win Arnolds calms the finish anywhere this side of Big or till one horse dropped dead or quit In the midst of intense ex citement the start began Hill Taylor hail been withdrawn a chunk of mud from Goebelit hoof having struck him In his good eye The Lying Clarence took the lead timid threw back such bIg clouds of dust that the others hind to lay up a hundred yards In the rear or go around ten yards to pass him Stimuli hollered Foull and scare Vaiighta boneyardtnto running again Pony B took to walking then to run ning and finally to actual trotting a feat which so surprised Toe Chenault who WIlli Mr Smiths companion that he almodt tell off liiseat backward By this time Jno Wafers corner was reached smith Smiths Pony bolted for his stable and Vaughts roan thinking time Doctor had a professional call at Jake Collins ran into the latteis hitching post Fraudulent Clarence was then two lengths to the kood anllthe race was declared a draw although charges and countercharges of cheating fraud lying Hud stealing wale Indulged in by the principals who will have to settle their dispute in a sureenough rave on thiit Fair Ground track laTimn Joe Chenault save that Mr Smith Won both heats hut young Mal colm Miller who used the whip while Vauuht held the remus liver thu roan declares Vaughn Qiiislird the last heat in ii jug fifty yards aliend uf the Stnuv Hun aieed in RCAP like this aliens eracllyweICllvo Kodnl Iyspssiut Cure thoroughly illKeets without all from the stom acli and at the satims time heals and re dljtlstlveOfa111SIt these things anti can be relied upon to permanently cure dyspepsia Jerry Thouiaa Yes AM The ArC 6 4Semi thud notice aadlCMIr two cent stamps per copy for the following shiest UlulSlc to introduce the list price is 40 and fiO cents each Vocal Well I Dont Know What To Do Ringlets My SVectbearf of Years Ago Come Heew to Mother Sweetheart MiwsThe BlackHheerw KriPHd In this harbor ot Havana JiQtl1over ofMySMIQt Our Brave JUddifls Ii rsintftt Fair Bunk echolielt OddFollowb1 Gr ntl March Alr Ship VTaltz St Geiirxu omnisvhdery arch Okls ItiMiiK WHltzV 7coJwi furl cwifcor 14 for ft AikirtMsi lwi c 0pk Inb Indiftttpoib had L KH K K KK KA K DttKTkiLMingSp FIK 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 Clfr- e4WECURESTRICTURE re1ldieagedmen U P uneonscionrly They may Intro a mart fa 11remharpcharge difficulty in commencing weak organs all tho I UICTUURyoa by cutting R yon Uhiswitlnotenreyouasltwillte I turn IltEAT IIsubenceuerlogmethod TbOBOinalorpvnuareftiTnsth andthoWECURE GLEET muildieagedCmen urn and Titalltr continually sapped by this die uuconfCiousHbeeaulInHbe Faillugory Irritability nt tlme Sen ntion with dirk circle Weak nok fieneral Lack of AmbiUont Variroee11Ihmnken fllmllydoctor allowguablifutnilloflJieoUlenftnrJWomo MKTI10U TUEATilKNT wilt port dnlariuSetnnotcure Terms moderato turn cure CURES GUARANTEED- We treat and enrm KUIPSIOXS VAttTCIICELE SYPIITLIS OLKFTr RPcnKTIIRUNR 4 ES KIDNEY nnd ULATflElDiwse POORSFUEB BOMBTItEATMENT DRS- KENNEDYe KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI 0- ig11 K EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who lout a good sound re liable earrings under He can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well inadn reliable pliretoiis carriaues nuiahputs whale IHIIIB uppedere or road carts that come what may on thin road lila nauon never will give way We have one of the fluent stocks of road wagons rockn ways and rubbfrtired hnciziw Jn Rich mood JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works HAIR SWITCH FREE OONDITjONSCut smausuinple OCyourblrcutcioetother- oots sUb 50 itOaY we wiilmske and bymaILpopamdatt5t5UMANSAil long from selected human hair IX ounces snort stem will Inflow In paekaswltb switCh infflrlti poolap sitwiwybutmost ntraordlnuy vain and yen wish tokftpltl e4 oSiIOby iillwlckl swrrciaqAT DeSlbto be paid for days after received prfeeUyatlaactoryandea t5ee bi ta f7rtrshliW 5IyelIsr4m tvr Oar Oar iadjseeed a PUa la BfUm aayt sal ftnrlac JUcklai r n n wrI latrarrFUrPIIEUJVJlOflEU 7L Ladles Hair Emporium Chicago lie lle Carc Taem Cut The Price In Twom Our Reduction Shoe Smile has lust opened We mire offering unmatched bargains in Slices for Men Women and Children Never before were Shoes sold at such prices and The Best of Shoes To be had We are making room foronr immense stock of Bontn and Shoes for FullIana Wim- iterTithik of These 1 00 Mens Shoes going at 3 00 3 00 Mens Shoes going at 2 60 3 00 Lulieb Shoes goingat 2 25 2 00 Ladies Shoes going at A large assortment of La dies Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At prices that will suit tIm poorest pocketbook Come early and get your pick Rich Goods at Poor Prices Freeman Bros RICHMOND KY ug2ly =SEND ONE DOLLA- RIIITlIL1ULIUnUuul von far freight ttmciiT run C OIL ahject to examination kd- asii aiai guaranteeing we tfcltrrrr aiit i IttoDdnull rprrMat U4 eqsal Ie sta at tllOO SKlOO tkt p5erPriee Meet OCr ffvr usent with order ppaitb trethtt slpIi airtksales assaul letteredalacipeilibediliery 54514heal14 isehealk ill trl1 iiCpiMa I1iistsdstAddrtts SEARS ROEBUCK 4 CO5 CHICAGO OUS9 C SC SSSDSS S SC 5SSS f I t s s THIS WEEKS II Is s J Special Leaders jl e alan ea Ia DONT FORGET IT s I e Reduced Prices e eaTaC a1ot aX c wsat2xb8hLs an ii SS Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash I Crepona Piquos Ginghams andsC Percales All going at SLAUGH TER PRICES 5ISa I 111ftBJ1lID lr Jli r1JDt n IDili Jffi iS s n OUT PRICES OX ALL s sa a raft gU f flhTlhIFliffilU WI r ia UNDERWAR 11iilWTliUkk I SCIw 5SS5S 5l- p s 5lS Womens Tan and Black Oxfords regular 5 55 priceIoO can be purchased in time next TEN DAYS for 100 All others es ssreuuceu SSU is 5 S 55 s S nsa E ill2 lliJJnlln ill 1lJi J S s nsas All sIzesHgo1d quality ats COST And eineni IC1 our 0 Clothing Suit complete ats 0sIWholesulePl1ces ms 55 t 5S SI- 5lI5Ss a1pIB3 I1 llilfl 4 t4 Take ad vaniffe of this Re I ductton Sale Come to Mc o Rees when J ou want to 5l save moneydi Respectf ully 1 5l sI5 Eli OWEN KEEIII l H iIUWWi I 4 J u ItI h J D 1T I g Jj REPAIRING AND TIMErNOFINE WATCHESAllWorkA SPECIALTY Guaranteed L E LANE IT JEVELEE OTicL12ND STREET RICHMOND KY H rFURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Brtht oo 1 BriEhi icaz Never before have such goods r been displayed in Uichmond as can be found at my IltlcelL0ofbusiness 1 Bedroom Suites Dressers Rockers and in H fact everything to be found in a First 4 Class Furniture House These goods 1 are rare because of styleexceptionalIrA because of PRICE 1 n li L You have horse sense Then dont be a dontkey and goo vas out SUO or S70 for a ma chine when you Gin buy one for half that price You can pet a machine like the above cut with which we will give gY guarantee for O 25at 21 50 y These machines will be sold fort cash or monthly payments Any i1 thing to please our customers 4 arc1I Come vu see kctem SI NEVILLE mmm 4 220222 W Main Street DAY PHONE 23 23RICHMOND KYNIGHT PHONE iIt BEAUMONT StronicMt Southern filrls School Curriculum tr J 1 IIperhaps essentials the prernf any eti fwhere Six tangos wlthoujitracharge ViannandOran Director ln ikctOaan v tiling Mnolc Director Grad KT Col of MoOr Munich Superb lutrantaKes in Art and In FIoiiIto rimnnii 33 aerr unanrjvued In America fur beauty Its hue represented more than 3a State Kesiled bonie Number Terms reasonable tll SMith St Cre Alumlor UnIv of Vi JIyl28w p A Treatment That Cures Cancer m No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention jaFrom Business No Danger No Failures and No Pay Unless Cured The SunreunV knife mul burning plasters an l tile horrible crude niulhodei heretofore employed iu uu attempt to CUrs cancer Inn hesti forever displaced by the advent of Dr Registers New Serum and Ante ePtir fluiil treatment This discovery works a new era In medical science aud Biilferers from Canver Lunum U1UUN ruaamors titiitrt itiitl Fistula can cUrluillly lit cured without Um lmorrilat torture aueiuliiug than quack soil Ij imiant metlirxls in vogue for a century Over tlfuy well defiuied Elteed without a Iitiliite Is time evitlehle to rove thin haunt of IIIIK iuuportantlnedieaIdiscovery lhis um Ireatlflelit is the result of n time- ritugli scientific study of disea e8 and is based on the most rigid sdeiiPtilic principles FEMALE DISEASES Keirister liuhtht gold niettals from leaddiK medical colleges for proficiency u tUr etTof women anti fur the past ttli 01111 loin continual his practice to le iiale sutrerers this discoveries ot nceiil llulti for the cure of inalljjnunt disease u due to time great Increase of cancer of the womb mid temale breast A well iiuiiitfd Kiiiiiariuni is employed by him at IUti Court reel where his eiitiro iintii lovoted tu feiiiulu stmlfrsN stud malignant diseases If sutferhmig from disease prelihiiLr to wumcn ir umy tamaunner of mnlinllnt grtiwtii ur sure write a lull uud ioiiclieislaieiinnt of v ur aso amid get so honest expert opinion lreu v uiw call In u aoe ai Iiouie Addteaai 5D Ob t ISk T 106 Court Street Memphis rt nn Florida HavanaB Solid trams finest In the South Cincinnati ton Jndrsonvm daily vb the Queen and Crescent and conncctiti lines Throush connections to Tampa p Miami or Tie Orleans with fast Slearaer Servicr V to rassau e West Iavana San Juau Low rta round trip tcietsITic Train Scr lco j per ij rJ fed bi detail FistNhcd j1 a V t 14 hows to JaJiSon t b e i 54 hOMoj fr 1i jc1 N Indn n iv Havana 1 vir 1 illClnolAa i4atf iftt 41 u Ip1 iil i II ctj i H t vv it THE RICHMOND cLIMAX S Lk STOLUME2GRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1899 NUMBER 11 i 1For Rent Choice of three good t ollice rooms over Douglas Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY MDNCEY PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATIORNETS Rw MILLER ATTOENKYATLAW RiruHOND KKJITVCKT Office In the Barnaul Halldlug next door to armers National Bank febSly SULL1VANJA ATTOUNBYAT LAW ItlCiniOND KENTUCKY Oifire over Taylors Hiinlware utore op IHmitP Court IloucK on Main Street II It HO5G ATTORNEY AT LAW KHIIMOND KENTUCKY OlHce No 13 First St up stairs 31 30 J C Dl1 GHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KRNTUCKY Mike on Second street over Chen aults grocery W R LETCHER AUorncyatrLawIt- uiivioxi KENTUCKY Mfitn with T Smith Jr over Oivm toii A MitchiUV T C Uovvry AttoriieyatLaw Muliprley nuililiiiir TUchnnd Ky PHTSIOIANS DIIS GIBSON GIBSON niYHIClAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe 1cilint builJing iS and to oad Street onr Wnue elJ ilructtore aj CHAS IIOUKEU VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Vilmnary Cottrge Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty toOIHce up stalrn over utore recently accu pied liy Richinond Harness Co East Main tit Kkliiiiond Ky apr7ly 11 C JASPER M D- Meiliuine and Surgery Hire 1nitlinr Kinldiim Main Street Til itiulie Bt ruo lleKe the Care jilace on ItruHilwa UK iiMoxi KENTUCKY Gw EVANS MD IuYsClAN ANt SUItI1EIN Kli IIMONI KENTUCKY DR T TAYiD1 IriifJilunur in lifeilifhu and Surgery KUHMIINII KENTUCKY arOfllce and re1dnec on Second Street DSNTAI SURGERY 5 Dt 1atttt somott nmrriKT OP IOUISVIUK arOfflce next door to Government Oulldlng RIchrnHnd Ky Office hoara9 to lll to i novl7ly Dill FRED SMITH DENTIST nrOtoce over Colllnn Grocery tame office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgin JanHly Dr Louis If Landman No Weal Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the hotel Zlramer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY SEPT 17 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every phynlclan of Rich mond Kyj febl rly I ILLINm ENTRAL SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFOKNIA Pullman Touriit Bleeping Car leaves Louis Tille nery Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco Aik your ticket agent for particulars or write to R H Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans A II HANSON WM A KELLOND O P A Chicago A Q P A Lonlavllle I Dr Goldstein The Optic Specialist wSLI RITURfE TOItlOHMOHO Tlmrsiay September 7tk FOR TWO DAYS ONLY SUITS THE POCKET the eye and the ear All the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruments everythingand strength of tone and boauty of finish The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a guarantee of its excellence HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Ptroniz 1io m Itac1 Insure your dwellings barns and all other property In the Dine Qrasa Insurance Company of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and moat company for the people of our county now operating in the State and getr cheaper ever year as long a you continue In the company For further information call on their agent AttororatLlwopposite Court House next door to State Bank Trust Co second floor J H TARTER Pres maylMy C C BOSWORTH Becy 18 FREIGHT ForthlOFtylenew sewingII1t rneiitHinted 10 machine notzat isfctoryin3odayaThonty Send cash with order acriitive npplica n WHAYNB MKO 0- aoo FOURTH AVu mch22Cin Lumber for Sale I at my mill near Waco about three hundred thousand feetof flnttclaisoak lumber which I will tell at mill or loaded on cars For further particulars call on or address- J M BOWMAN JulyMmo Waco Ky NOTICE All persons purchasing any product raised on the farm of the undersigned hereby warned myfamilyMRS HOWARD CORNELISON jly64w- crunLflU US ONE DOLLAR en43ou this MMrw un klfctr KUIRTDIB IO1L Biom freight ColJ nbeet to elimination rlibSdpotd found perfect ly tatlllutorr rnau1 8li BIB U1II you ever or herd nfpar the- rks4ITsugar iraclaipall ItI PREPAID all attach war ears If funded Pe l circular sent en LOUISVILwl KV hare a lire W sue PO iXD try ACME BIRD uyy =teN the WEITEtOBOtItBIU FREE CATALOQUEIorrIIM cbareei ThIs ttore UeKolOTenli Xilttll top la UiO nuula from ttpig Iron eitra lanra flues covers listings and gretee larre oven toil tinlined door handsome nlekelplatrd ornamentatloni ant irloiraloira extra larre leep penuloe Stathb pvrwtlu iId m nlr baud um Ian ornamentdbe 111Ibrsdand-e rnbh ran so cilia wood erase maklw It a per feet be RntllSCGClBlSTKK e end giarate afe delIvery to your road station Your local lralr rold charu you roe for torh a tore the freight ll ugly abuut 1100 for each mile wall l tloIIO AMrr SEARS ROEBUCKtCOflKCCHICACOIU i5ln EOsih c a tbs snWCIrIa- prtam ALIVE So ne DusO nt 1t t We are now off ering you 20 per cent or onefifth off on everything in our very large stock of Wall Paper from 5c per bolt on up in price Mid Summer Prices On everything in onr line Get prices from all the cities then get ours and you will see ourswill be the lowest Wu handle nothing but the best grades Vo mako ito order nil kinds of of IViiitH innny color We nmke to order nil kilns of Window Shades Wu niukti to order till kinds of picture Frame Vall Paper Paints Oils VarnUh Hrushes Glass etc Stock the largest and prices al ways tho lowest J EQI M1 WILLGIiG ff HIS STEE- HRICHMOND KY n lL nkej nn Qhtot1Ii Time of Trains at Wnchester Ey WEST BOUND ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 55 am Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am Morelicad and Lexington Acconv S 00 pm New York Limited KF V t pm I EAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited FFV lIU am Lexington and Mt Sterling Accom 6 80 fta W1IflItOU Express 9 23 pn Accommodation trains run dally except SUn day Other trains run dally Thmogha1ccplngand dining car aertlca to Now York For Information rateA or sleeperroservattoni call on or write K HOOD Agent LJtNRy Richmond Ky orGCOnGEWllAItNEYD Ky 1 NlCHOLASVILLE KY AUR 7 09 A T Chenault Esq Richmond Ky DEAR SmI have rend with great Intel est the Genealogical Memoranda of the Quiaeuburry family including tho Chenault and other jiloiieer html lies that settled in Kentucky from 1783 to 1700 and ns late as 1803 Hournephew Anderson Jheuault Qulsen berry of WnoliiiigtoD D C Every JcMCeuilaut of the early pioneer settlers of Madicoti und Clark couutv who have descended from the Quisctiborrys and Chenaulta ought to have a copy of such au interesting history which gives in detail tho descent and origin of the various family connections of the Quisenberrys and Cheuaults Many of the families mentioned in tbe work are the descendants of those persecuted French protestants who lied from the South of France during the reign of Louis XIV It has been estimated by Dr Frances L Hawks that fifty thousand French Huguenots settled in the American Colonies during the first ten years of the reign of Louis XIV In 1715 he died after a bloody reign of 70 years Iu 1707 Lechaens lila confes stun persuaded the King to believe that iod would prolong his life if he would issue another order for putting to death every protestant family con nected with the wine and salt trade of tho South of French In JBrouage and Olenon a dozen protestant families had tho monopoly of tilt trade In wine and salt The wealth of Alencon passed through their bauds and in tim city of Itoueii they carried on au imuieiice commerce especially with the Dutch Those of Caen sold to the English aud Dutch merchants the linen und woolen cloths manufactured in Normandy lt can be shown from history that to the protestants France owes her commerce at Bordeaux La lEochelle nUll tho MormaiiportH III fact nearly all the silk cotton linen and paper manufact urers were supported by tlieiuand their tanneries at Tourainu were tenowned throughout the whole of Europe This magnificent prosperity near the close of the reign of Louis was annihilated by the Lechniee the Jesuit confession who persuaded the King to believe that he was doing God a great service iU putting to a cruel death every here tic in the South anti West of France England Holland Germany and tile Ameilcan Colonies all received the fly- Ing llugueiiuts the uncultivated banks of the James river in Virginia were by these French refuges transformed iuto fields covered with rich harvest All Virginia admired the flourishing tiMe of their model farms iu the environs of Muriuikln In the State of New York the founders of New Kochelle recoiled from no fatigue that might render pro ductive the virgin land on the shores of the East river Men women and children unceasingly labored until they converted a wilderness into a smiling landscape and in South Ctfroliua they reared maguificuut plantations on tho banks of the Cooper rite agricultural colony ou the banks of the Santee sur potsed till others in the same province although the refuges were unaccus tomed to such labor The revocation of the Edict of Kautz and other persecu tions that were afterwards waged against the protestants of Fiance had their reaction in tho fearful attrocities of the French Revolution of 17U2 In conclusion I will state that among the descendants of the Huguenots in Ken tucky are the lIardius the Januaries the Brockets Destine DC jarnetts the Gueirauts Cheuaults the Sauces and Bronaughs who settled with the La Fontaines and Maurys near Freder- Icksburg Va in 1710 John Peter Sallie was the founder of tim American braiichmnny of his descendants live in JesMiniue county near Keene Ko country has ever had better citizens in it than the Huguenots and their descendants The instances are rare in deed in which one of that stock has been charged with crime before the tribunals of the country Many hun dreds of them are among the great men and women of our country some are great theologians orators judges gov ernors generals and idmiralx greater patriots never lived or died in defense theIyou loaned me He line not answered my letter S M I ifinger Your Pulse You feel the blood rushing alongSBut what kind of blood That is the ormpureblood If tbe blood Is Impure then you ere weak and languid your appetite is poor and your digestion is weak You can not sleep well and the morn ing finds you unprepared for the work of day cheeks are pale and your com Is sallow You are troubled with pimples bolls or some eruption of the skin Why not purify your blood t will do It Take It a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can feel the difference It is stronger and your circulation better Send for our book era Impdrs Blood If you are blh1outake- Ayers Pills They greatly aid tbe Sarsaparilla They cure constipation also 4 Write t aw 0eclrWrite them rran the particulars in yoni Vll nceln rOflxpt without Os- tAd41cGa1JUJoAYatt Lowell ls Do4LA5Q5UTELYPvgE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome I Iumn MwtcR eo uw vOte NEWSY Cornhas put on new life and will lOub at least per cent Dr 8helton of St Ixxiis baa located at Kewby to practice his profession The farmers are rejoicing on account of the drouth being broken ba beau tiful supply of rain On account of rain the Friendship Baptist church was not dedicated last Sunday July 30 but will be in Septem ber There is no Taylor Aid Society iu old Million district We Democrats art for the nominees from A to Izard right- or wrongMrs toB Newby had her right hand amputated last Tuesday aboul four inches above wrist on account oi au aneurism on wrist joint Bismirtks Iron Nrrye Was the result ot his uploaded health Indomitable will tremendous energj are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and tin success they bring use Dr King New Life Pills They develop eVer power of brain anti body Only 25cai Perry tt Thomas drug store 6 WALLACETON Corn crops nre going to be very good Mrs Dr Perkins visited her father last week T J Kinnard has returned from a short visit to lIed Lick A number of the Wallaceton people visited State Lick on July1 29 Rev Kelley of College Hillprcached at the lIE church July 30 Judge Lunsford passed through town with a nice drove of sheep which he sold to U A Bollard Mi slattlerrodl and Messrs J B Wallace and A F Caldwelf attend ed the institute at lUclnnoud lust J H Denhatu Jr of Welch burg Jackson county passed throuxh here on the 5th on his way to see hie best Iirl Rev Ilobt Braunomon gave us a lecture Saturday evening Exposure of Mormonieui which Wits very inter eating and instructive Mrs C C McWhortcr has returned home alter a serious Mlnei at her fathers at Paint Lick We are all glod to see her back in our midst Mr W 0 Anderson and family attended an ice cream supper at the Glade church Saturday night Pro ceeds of tho supper were about 23 Itf markabli Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain PlaiuOeld Ill makes the statement that she aught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse He told her she was a hopeless victim of consump tion and that no medicine could cure tier Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose She continued ita use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now does her own housework and is well as she every wnsJoree trial bottles ol the Great Discovery at Perry Thomas Drugstore Successors to W G White Largo bottles 60 cents nud100 6 SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY ANDERSoN COUNTY FAIKLAWKENCK BURG KY AUGUST 1518 Bates one faro for the roundtrip Tickets on sale August 15 16 17 and for morning trains Augut 18 limited for return August id 1819 STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION LEXINGTON KY AUGUST 16 Rates one and on third fares for the roundtrip Tickets on sale August 15 and for morning trains August 16 limited for return AuKiist IU 1800 SHELBY COUNTY WHITE FAIR SHEI BYV1LLE KY AUGUST 2225 Hate one fare for the roundtrip Tickets on sale August 22 23 24 and for morning trains August 25 final limit August 20 1899 BHELJiy COUNTY COLORED FAIR- SHELBYVlLLE KY AUG 30 31 SEPT 1 rounlltrlpTickets lug trains September lilt final limit September 2nd 1899 LOUISVILLE COLORED PAIR ASSN LOUISVILLE KY AUGUST 2220 Kate one fare for the roundtrip Tickets on nala August 25 and 26 final limit August 28 1899 LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR LOUISVILLE AUGUST 15lSI Kate ont fare fur the roumllrip Tickets on sule August 15 and 10 flush limit August 21UmUur futtht in formation call on uiarettt agent South ern Ky War TAYIXIR A G P A Louisville Ky Quickly cure constipnlion and rebuild and invigorate the entire system never gripe or nauseate Itts Lit tie Early HIlrllo Porry sk Thumas A Kansas City Judge on Saturday last twittered a decision that will Interest all the boys that have sweet hearts A young Ulan of that hired a livery team to take iisweet heart out driving and so informed the liveryman The team ran away and demolished the vehicle The livery man brought suit for damages The Judge ruled in favor of time young man aud told the liveryman that he should have given thevounjr luau a team thai he could have driven with one hand knowing that lie Was to take lila sweetheart out driving One Minute Cough Cure quickly cure ulwtiimte Hummer troughs uiid colds ronsklttr It a mill womltrful liifillfiiu qnlek ami asintV W Merton Muybew Wis Perry TUUUMW BAKING POWDER The Sensational VaughlSmlth Race Last week wns jammed full of excite ment due to the Street Fair exhibits and what thus country folks didnt see free of charge wanut worth over 50 centit a head But there Was one sensa tional event not down on the kearils antI pity it is that only a select few witnessed it It was a two heat race between Mr J W Smiths black pony and Dr Clarence H Vaughts roan horse that has dusted every other four footed beast between Bear Wallow and the Futile A Clay Infirmary These two animals lund beaten competitors but had never contested for supremacy between themselves For weeks their owners had been casting defiant glances at each other and making re marks that would have precipitated a duel in old times but as both are model Baptists and Blue Lick its their strongest tonic nothing more eerioim than a wordy war resulted which bow ever eventuated in a challenge for n race between their rcupeclive Hteeds MrSmllb trained Ills beast on the Roil House ninl Stony Hun boulevard which is aa smooth as a new corduroy road in South Carolina He drove up and down the rocky road daily when his neighbor Col Gizzleweed Calls haii hailed him with the query Hello Jeuma watcher trying to do with that coldblooded plow lions of yourn Jim retorted Plow hogs nothin this is Pony B 230 Hes a trotting horse Do tell quoth Old Uizzlewued stud having learned frojn Mr Smith that his pony had been metamorphosed into Iony B 230 he went down to the post office to spread the news Meanwhile Dr VhUghts roan nag had staggered into shape as a trotter under the euphonious title of Perjured Clarence 225 By Monday last both horses had been hardoied BO that they could go a sixteenth of a mile without running and then time rivalry became keen Mn it li vowed lila Pony B not named for Pony iieazley of Garranl nbecuiidftuliol while Vauglit de claied thou he detected in lis horse all of the qualities that made Col C D Chenaulta Proxy famous here hibl week The race was to occur just after the Fair ou Friday Kveuinx 1lie tree turn piku between Lexington and Kichinouil was to be the battle ground In order to add neat to the ram a couple of special friends were invited to enter the race us paconinkura J S Crutcher with Inn black Bill Taylor 208 and Cabell Ulieiiault behind little llill Uoebel 25U uirtbited to go along The trot tent started at Governor AlclrearyV and were off to a good start with Pony B in tho lead Peijured Clarence was close up and pretty soon forged ahead but lie was running like a Futurity candidate and the spectators implored time judges to observe the methods by which Vaughts horse Rained the lead Meanwhile Bill Taylor and Bill Goebel storied to run and almost kicked Crutchvr and Chenault out of their seats Vaughts hone stopped to a walk at the railroad bridge until the Doctor stood up in his bupgy and im planted his foot in Perjured Clarences rear Iimpired by that kick Clarence proceeded to burn himself up He had a gait like a frog but he covered the ground stud it looked nil over with the others when he suddenly quit again Then in a matter of fact way Smiths Pony B slid past and won the heat in 230 Ponvs record with Crutcher aunt Jheuaults horses all over the pike mil Taylor trying to take the fences as hurdles and Go hol apparently trying to stand on hits lund The return start was at Wm Arnolds gluts the finish anywhere this side of Bifi or till one horse dropped dead or quit In the midst of intense ex citunirni the start began Bill Taylor hail been wiAidrawn a chunk of mud front Gnebelfl hoof having tttrnck him in lila good eye The Lying Clarence took the lead and threw back such big clouds of dust that the others had to lay up hundred yards in the rear or go around ten yards to pass him Smith hollered Foullan1 scared Vaiightrj boneyard into running again Pony B took to walking then to run ning and flimsily to actual trotting a feat which so surprised Joe Cbeiiault who Wiol Mr Smiths companion that he almost fell off hii sent backward By this time Jno Wngers corner was reached and Smiths Pony bolted for his stable and Yauglita roan thinking the Doctor had a piofecslonal call at Jake Collins ran into the latteia bitching XMt Fraudulent Clarence was then twe lengths to the good and time race wits declared a draw although charges and countercharges of cheating fraud lying Hud stealing wete indulged in by time principals who will have to settle their dispute In a sureenough race on the Fair Ground track tATE1C Joe Chenault navs that Mr tiinilh won both beats hut young Mal colm Miller who used the whip while Vnught held the reins over the roan declares Vnught titiiehed the last beat in a jug fifty yenta ahead vf the Stony Uun steed in a cae like this where inch IIMII is noted for veracity we leave our readers to tain Kodnl DyHp hiH Cure thoroughly dlgesls food without aid from the stom dUll arid at time same time heals and re riorei the diseased digestive organs It ix the only remedy that do ja both of these things anti can lie relied upon to permanently cure dynnepsla Jerry it Thomae Yes And They Aril All GM tend this notice and four two cent- stamps per copy for the following sheet music to introduce the list price- 40 and 50 cents each Vocal- Well I Dont Know What To Do mnltlctsliMy Sweetheart of Years Ago Come Home to Mother Sweetheart Mine The Black Sheepa Friend ulu the Harbor of Havana JefUK Lover of My Soul Qi Our Brave littddiee Insiruuieiitnl Fair hank fchottleche OddFollowb raudM rohhAidhil Waltz St Gwirgu iVjiumandery Murcli Okla iiniiiR Valtzj 7Cri1PM fart centunr 14 fur U Adilrww ISMW DoM Prib Indianpolis Iud ii J fj- DMKThe Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO E 2501000 Cured H WECURESTR1CTUREIThousands Ljanneonicionsly euttine painsat time lgijtdi charge difficulty in commencing weak ftorgan emission ant all tho mrtoms of nerroni debility they lan KT1UC TUlLE Dont let doctors experiment yon br cutting or tearing H you Uhia will nntctzrenuaitwiile 1laATMHNT U fnlmove thetrici ore rmaDculy ulIcrIDrmethod Thosexualorgnnaeeptrezpgtb- enoi Pierre ire invigorated ant the btig of manhood ret- urnWECUREGLET Thousands cf young aol tuMdleaged tmen are having their rexnal viirnr and lv ritalltycontinually rapped by this clousfFaillugory Irritability at time Smarting ten wit ion Sunken rUhWeak Itack lIenm lIolreulon Lack Shninlielart r tllmllydoctor allogualPr a a rtmly of OiirNEWtttiveiy cure you One thousand dollar for a ease we accept for trrntinent aol L cannotcurc Trmwolcrllic furn dire CURES GUARANTEED B rVAUICIICELEIMIATIXCV RFCIIFT JHSmURnES HOOKSFREEQIItSTTON BLANK for 110ME TREATJJENTDRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O KK KK KKK EQUAL TO ANY Thin man is who lian EMERGENCYI liahle carriage rest secure in time he hUll OtiS of our well made reliable phrcioiiD carrlaueH runabputn whale IHIIIO spneiliirs or road carts that come what on the road lila nagon never will give wayo have one of the rocka JtlIh1mond HAIR SWITCH FREEON EASY CONDITIONS Cat this ad out and mail ton Send a nallaunpla or your hatreuteloetothe Taos BUB so 5055T5 willmake and end yon br mall pMtpaldanNEHIMAN nIDeliHIX ounces abort stem We irlll melon In package with twltca infllrlentpmitair toriturn It tOIUICorfr7but It round exactly ai reprei nted and moat extraordinary vain and you wltli to kcpltllkM 4 a fIlOII llkl STrilCHEJATvend to ui 1II ay we to the switches to them direct by mall to be paid for days after reeelied perfectiyailsractoryands raa Ikea tk trynrtbtWl BlrflnCamrra b4uaIIA a4ntrUstsday far YuLE l 3i 3i4iiitIi Ladles Hair Emporium Chicago We Ihe arcd Tnem Cut The Price In Two Our Reduction Shoe Sale lies just opened We are offering unmatched bargains In Slices for Men Women anil Children Never before were Slices sold at such prices and The Best of ShoesT- obe had We nre making room foronr immense stock of Hontt ntul Shoes for FilIIIanti Winter Think of These S4 00 Mens Shoes going at S3 00 3 00 Mens Shoes going at 2 50 3 00 Liiilieb Shoes iioing at 2 25 2 00 Ijidies Shoes going at 1 A large assortment of La this Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At jiricurt that will suit tIll poorest pocketbook Conic early and get your pick Rich Goods at Poor Prices Freeman Bros RICHMOND KY aug2ly SEND ONE DOLLA- RwaiyarilsLvasrTsalu irmiD and we penS br freight rnuciu C OU subject tJ examination ikl ka4MM 5151 rH Ho Rturantnlng safe atFrfound pwfrilj tkf iutly a ptwIed lad qasi it f111 at U llnOO ft tho re4si- IDI Our Pprui 1Offer PrlrrS908mitheIOJ wIth eldcr WIUu trIhI iIpliatrtks1NANODMLO1AYtTDItII msdecnt traeccI ahd pollhPtt In Gois aIIt iia4ittptISle aId Si a MgiisAtfdreu SEARS ROEBUCK I CO CHICAGO S o S SOSISSSSS S S SS 0S 0 0 i t s rtto s THIS WEEKS S S J I Special Lenders il1 SoSS D02TT FORGET IT a Ii Reduced Prices 1aS e 8xat c a5aXc TJr txw a r Sau IS s Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash Is Crepons Piques Ginghams and Percales All going at SLAUGH TEll PRICESS S S 1lJJ JJlliEiIlllmilli ri BlJ llBp o 551 OUT PRICES OJT ALL 50 Im SUMMER UNDERWBAR ii ap Ie regularpi SP1iCe 150 can be purchased in the 0 next TENDAYS for 100 All others ISs reduced vSS s 5eS S S S E 1ffi1JD lli jnDrl1 IDJ Ba1J TIrv e wAll SIzes good quality at oe COST And remembor our Clothing Suitjs complete at 1 Prices SI2io5es1tt ISiIsi aeg F iln WUI vi jii i iliv Take advantage of tills Re g reduction Sale Come to Mc- KeeI s when you want to S save money Respectfully s s i SI s a S 4J OWEN HEI e t t e S 4 Saf lliiiWiiiUU111WUiW4f1 c u t J t j tl REPAIRING AND A SPECIALTYAll Work Guaranteed L E LANE H JEATELER OTici172ND STREET RICHMOND KY FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING n fcH Bright i al Bright Prices Never before have such goods been displayed in Richmond 0ascan be found at my place of business 0 Bedroom Suites Dressers Rockers and inrfact everything to be found in a First Class Furniture House These goods Ilarerare because of styleexceptional 1 because of PRICE 1 jj 111Youkey and go pay out SUO or S70 for a ma chine when you can buy one for half f that price You can get a machine like j i et the above cut with which we will give iiJh guarantee forYJ4 ti rI Sao zf ZO k These machines will be sold for Ii t Scash or monthly payments Any 4thingto please our H Comfciu m s mAi==u SI NEVILLE MOBERLEY Yo 220222 W Main Street IDAY 4Z23RICHIOND eI eil i li BEAUMONT COLLEGEHARRODSBURQ StronKMt Southern Girls School rr jlperhaps In eMpntlalt the peer of etaP it where Six Uncuacea without extra eOIIf1tIIannandOrganDIreelorMuinctOxon 1i J Clrinir Munle Director Grad Boy Col of Mn lr Munich Snperb aiUantaere In Art and In El ii ii I Jrociml 3J acrm Itrjsari In nif rlci for twuty It itndrnt huo reprwe nted more than 9i Ctatfu Iteflited borne Number IInllf Turn ruonebto Tn SMITh Pre Alumlnn Univ or Ye JlyI28w 2 A Treatment That Cures Cancer No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention- From Business No Danger No Failures and No 4J1Unless Cured 5htt The SuiyeoiiV knife nnd burning plasters aiil the horrible crude inuthi Ie heretofore employed iu au attempt tu cure rancer IHW hemi forever displaced by the advent of Ur Httiaters New Serum anil Anteeptie fluid treatment llns r iliscovery works a new era in uirdical science anti sufferers Irom Cancer Lnpiitx ITIcons Tumors Goitre and Fistula can certainly be cured without the horrililt torture attending the quack mill i noiant methods in vogue for a mitury Over i lifly well defined wvefb without a fuilnie is the evidence to prove the this important medical discovery This new treatment is the result of a timerIiutghi ucienlllic study of uiallguant disea eH and is bused on the most rigid bcien llliu principles L FEMALE DISEASES Ir Ieirii ter holds KU uiedals from leadIng medical colleges for protieielucyku illnesses of women and fur the past un ytiIs klan confined hm practice to tu uille suirerere hiIii disiovtrie ot recent tlateor tiie euro if muli iiant diMas is ifue to the great increase of cancer oi the womb stud female breast A well ciiiied Ktiiiiarium is employed by him at IWi Court street where his entiro tulle levoted to femalu MiUVr n jind inidigiutlit diseases If tillllitring from ally lbllItie pecauliar to WUlllenr uy lJulllUtr IIf nmntignaiut grtiwthu ur sore write a lull ami cwiHTWubtatwiium of viml lIne 11IId get uu iioiuest expert opinionItree t Ulrn call on inmie ai Iiouie AidietmsS lr O r 106 Court Street Memphis Tt nn n IiSolidJscaonviIIdalyvialheQueenandCresccntand i connecting lines Throush connections to Tampa p AUaial or Mr f Clealuswith fast Steamer Servicr V Nassau Uey West Havana Santiago Ito n Jua Low rte round trip tickets lnuI icrrn Service IJ 1 JJ tetb detail Fist LiI i 4 lmnttrs to Jjsoii jailIJ 54 hot t it Ciucinrfati fo 3 t Ltel- rruer j iet1i iil otnU ru LIL ti JJit TI1I 1H c r w 4 IU f tI oy a 14WMkIII Wir oerIII W 3ThJ I Ttshw71i I 4prupreeorsaaorsC B WOODS Auoctate Editor b WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1S99 ruuLaiiK JIVEKY WKDNICMDAY BY The Climax Printing Co 1KU YKAlt 160 4L1tCE rrDE OCRATIC TICKET KOlt aOVKKNOU liON WILLIAM GOEBEL OF KKNTON COUNTY tI FOil LIEUTENANT OOVEKNOK I J C W BECKAM OF XKISON COUXTY W U ATTOUNEY OBNJ1AI 11 J WRECKINRIDGE OF 1JOYIK CUNTY FOR AU1UTOK GUS COULTEIt- OP OKAVBS COUNTY Poll TKKASUKBIl W IIAGKK OF DOD COUNT V WOK 8HO11HTAKY OP STATK- CAJBU RREOKINRIDE HILL OP CUVKK COUNTY KOK OOMM1B8IONRK OP AOKICUlVrUJlE I N NALL IK JBBPBKSON COUNTY VOlt U1T OF IUBMO INSTUOTION II V McCHESXEY OF MVINOTON COUNTY rOK KAILMOAll COMMISSIONER 3u DIST Cord A W HAMILTON OP MT HTKltlINti KOK ItBritKSKNTATIVR MON W W COMBS MADISON COUNTY 0UANNOUNCEMENT FOR JUDGE We we withorhed to announce JUDGE JOHN 0 CHBNAULT a candidate for County Jaefe usbiect to the action of the Democratic fUt7 CLERK We ant MtboriMd to announce ARCH KA V A1AUGH DOTY for Count Clerk sucject to the action ot the Democratic Party We feautlioHted to announce C M RAY BUHK a candidate for Clerk subject to tad on of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a eCNdldate for County Clerksubject to the ucMuH of the Democratic party pea SHERIFF We are antioraed to announce JOHN F WAOBR8 a candidate for Sheriff of Madison euvntr abject to the action of the Democratic i rtr WISheriff Mkject to the action of the Democratic jiatiy We are aeth rUed to announce MARTIN- OBMTKY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison 1CCMlIRJ abject to the action of the Democratic JtartyWeareaitaoriaedtoaaMranoeP B BROAD WU8 a CBwIidato for SIted of Madison county obiwt to tIN action of the Democratic party roB AMasOR Weafe authorized to aoMOQDce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for AweMor of Madison enwrtr eabfect to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorised to announce JAS L MAKKRacaBdhlate for Assaor of Madison cowHjr Mbjcct to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorised to announce GEORGE KOLAND a candidate for Auetwor of Madison coanty subject to the action of the Democratic party We axe authorized to announce Q W DRATHKKACiR a candidate for Assessor of Maduon ooauty rabjvct to the Action of the DeaMcntic party We are authorized to announce HUD DUNN or the Olade District a candidate for Ageeenor Mkpwt to the action of the Dwuocratic party JA1LKH SWe are authorized to announce JAMBS 0 LACKBY a camildate for Jailer of Madison ooowty subject to the action of the Democratic lire authorised to announce PETER O PAKKIB11 a candidate lot Jailer of Mailteon cooKty aMbfect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison cotinty for one tent otily enbjeet to tha action of the DecrMc party IPDIICHIEF OP FOI4CB F ate to announce BVBRBTT BKBKY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce J II ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Police subject to tiM actiou of the Democratic party CAN lillY man continue to call him self a Democrat while giving comfort and most elTeilivo aid to the allied forces arrayed againnt Itnioc- racyC1F1BroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY IAModerate Priced neId r The Chiifunier Folding IHOIlis a clooluptnuiitofthio most progressive factories and put within the reach of every home a safe convoniont comfortable piece of furniture t rSafe Because 0 there are 110 wolghts no springs Inocomplicated machinery required to uperato iu Convenient Because j Jiyoucan put a mattress pillows and bed clothing rcquirct for the coldft8l yotlicr make it up ready for occupaucy then fold it out of tbl x Comfortable Because l it has just the t amo springs and nmttress that a more expensive Ct1 bus and they are good 1Desirable Because thor are so reasonable AVo have thom in Oak or Imported Mahogany for 12 815 816 and 2- 0C1F1BroerCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY cptl iy JJ1yCt Tux Owenton Herald speaking of the Police Convention wisely says Tim police are very much like the tbespringtilPYhae is the Democratic tickofon one hand or the Republican ticket on the other there is no middle ground which will you take Is1Q tho PahnerBuckner Democrats saved the integrity of tho nation now the Brown Bitters Brigade justify their bolt on tho grounds of saving the integrity of the state It is a difference not of kind butof degree andwe know what Bryan and Democracy euf fercd by such rlghteousness IT was during Governor John Young Browns administration that William Goebel killed John Sandford and it is said Brown offered Goebel a pardon before trial but it was scorned Mr Goebel claiming he had committed no crime and in this he was upheld by the courts being triumphantly acquitted EDITOR AVAirojf Is hack in the sad dle after a trip to the Thousand Isles and a hundred other places in the North His comparison of take Erie to raging St Asaph creek in Stanford is appropos but Commodore Perry SORt no messages to President Harrison in 1813 according to the arithmetic we studied EjrGovEKXOR JAMB B McCnEAiiY is a dyedinthewool Democrat and is al ways at his partys service Ho will like Congressman Settle in addition to attending to his duties as a member of the Campaign Committee make a num ber of speeches for the ticket beam sing at Williamstown Monday Aug 140wen ton Herald WHAT fs truo of Madison is true of other counties the bolting movement is headed by back numbers who have no other way to win the title of promi nent politician without leading a for lorn hope And these back members in turn are being led by a railroad corporation abetted by the Republican party Js that Democracy IF the Brown convention today at Lexington should adopt a free silverI resolution the Louisville Post Breckiuridgo and the L N and a whole passle of the loaders will bolt again This might necessitate another convention and thus our bolting friends will bo in the soup sure enough Gov McCitEAKY spoke at Williams town Grant county on Monday He met Judge Green in joint debate and the Enquirer says our follow citizen eviscerated the Judge Concluding a long article the Enquirer says In McCrearyslast speech he fairly sk inned Green alive He refuted every argument he had made and at its close took a vote as to whether Green resignNearlyyes Only ono man voted no and he was a Republican Ir he never before deserved the title of Little George Matt Adams that once constant officeholder deserves it now having applied for the title in 90 when ho sulked and worked against workinghardsuch Democrats who owe all they are to that party which they habitually try to ruin whenever they cannot rule it Little Matt fought the Confederate soldiers in war and in peace and John SanfordV Confederate friends will not look to Mr Adams for counsel or leader ship HON WM GOKHKJ formally opened tho campaign at Mayfleld on Monday in the presence of 6000 people Mr Goebelcovered the whole field of po litical controversy in a courageous convincing manner and reassured his hearers that the banner of Democracy hat been placed in the hands of a brave and brainy standardbearer His speech is the whole Democratic sate chism for 1899 and leaves nothing untouched except GOY Brown and his bolting crew for whom he had words of neither praise nor scorn If these will now read Goebels speech and hear his side of the controversy they will be fair to themselves to their party and to their State Gov BnowN has not yet denied the serious impeachment that hOtold Ion Frank Peak of La Grange soon after tho Louisville convention that he would support the Goebol ticket by vote and voice His change of heart therefore would seem to indicate very human hankering for pie as we understand the Republicans will unito with Browns friends and elect him United States Senator over Blackburn In consideration of Browns defeat of Goebol and the electiono another Re publican Governor Thus are we to have Hogjaw Taylor Co successors to Coy Bradley Co and J Y Brown in place of Joe Blackburn Will our good bolter friends not see the milk in the cocoannt before it is too late TirE election of Hon J C S Black burn to the United States Senate to succeed Senator Lindsay is as much involved in the present campaign as is that of Mr Goobel to the Governorship If the Democratic State ticket is de undoubtedlybefeat posssble It is already hinted that John Young Brown hiss his eyes upon the Senate hoping to carry a few Legislative districts as a nucleus which added to the Republican vote would elect him should ho be able to make a deal with the Republicans in the next Legislature Thus is at least food for thought by the Democrats of Madison county and the whole State of Ken tucky GOEHKIS opposers in denouncing him forgot to toll the people that he intro duced and passed a bill reducing the tolls for foot passengers to one cent across the Covington and Cincinnati bridge a bill repealing the charters of tho State lotteries of Kentucky a bill making gambling a felony a bill em powering cities of the secondclass to establish arid maintain free public libraries that through his influence were passed the Chinn School Book Bill a bill regulating the cost of school books and the McCbord Railroad bill a bill requiring the railroads to base their freight charges on tho amount of work done and not on competition they may have They might also say that he never smoked a cigar chewed tobacco or took a drink of intoxicating liquor in his life OUR esteemed bolting friends have made two awful blunders in naming another ticket which they will do today at Lexington and In threatening to knife Bryan in the next national Convention U he comes to Kentucky to aid tho regular Democratic ticket These samo men have professed ad inirntf on for Mr Bryan and have pro dafmet1 themselves to be loyal to his candidacy i Yet they say to him that unless ho eli nld show himself to be a political trimmer aid a poltrooau they If o will knife him In so doing they have made a sorry spectacle of themselves and gave Mr Bryan the opportunity to show the stuff of which hejs made for he has again dcclated he will come to the State to help Goebel JThejncident is a distinct to the bolters and a distinct gain for Mr Bryan withall men who love to see a man more especially a politician with the courage of his convictiona IN September the greatest of Democrats Bryan will come to Kentucky fora week or more to speak in behalf of the regular State ticket stopping in Richmond for a day as per his promise to Gay WcCreary and Hon W B Smith Ho will be whirled over the State in a special train making three or more speeches a day and goingiutp every Congressional district Great barbecues will be given at different points for the accommodation of the multitudes that will assemble to hear Bryan He will be followed by the eloquent Bailey of Texas who is second only to Bryan as a campaigner Stone of Mis sori Altgeld Illinois Teller and Thomas of Colorado Taylor McMillen and Tnr ley of Tennessee Daniel of Virginia Towne of Minnesota and more than a score of other great national orators who have already agreed aye volun teeredto come and belp redeem Ken tucky forever from Republicanism WE reprint by rcquestjGov Browns speech before the conference at Lexington August 2 In so doing we are fairer than our friends who requested this favor for few if any of them went to hear Congressman Gilbert when he spoke here on court day for the regular ticket and yet they would be dissatis fled with such a show of indifference on our part to a movement that has avowedly for its purpose the defeat of Democracy in this State Gov Brown has lost one hundred and fifty thous and friends by making this speech and we do not mind losing him a few more by reprinting it We will wager a button to a ginger cake they have not read Goebels May- field speech delivered Saturday As the Brown bolters hereabouts read nothing but antiDemocratic newspapers they should open their eyes to tho position of time newspapers in his own section of Western Kentucky Mr Brown in all his life has not had any more loyal or faithful friends and admirers than Leigh of the Paducah News Meacham of the Hopkinsville Kentuckian Baker of the Madlsonille Mail Givons of the Madisonville Hustler Haag of the Henderson Gleaner and Berry of the Uniontown Telegram But they can not follow him out of the Democratic party and in terms of ex treme regret theY bid him goodby In all Kentucky not a Democratic editor whether his personal relations have been intimate or otherwise with tho distinguished exgovernor huts been drawn into tho revolt by his act- ionfRSONAL Dr Eugene Humb is in Cincinnati on business Dr L H Blanton has returned from a visit to Paris Mr L E Lane visited friendsIn- Scott county Sunday Mr JII Net is visiting friends and relatives in Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs W D Old am spent Sunday at Estill Springs Judge Elbridge Broaddus and family returned to Missouri last week Miss Annie McKce left yesterday for a months visit to friends in Chicago Mr RobtE Little visited relatives in Winchester Friday and Saturday Mr John Ray returned Monday from a visit to friends and relatives in Dan villeMiss Jennie Myers is at home after a visit to heraunt Mrs OJ Myers at LexingtonMr Mrs W IJ Wilkcrson of Lexington were guests of Mrnnd Mrs AV W Pigg last week John L Ray of Richmond was here again this week to see his pretty Sweet heart Stanford Journal Mr Stephen Gibson of Gibson Sta tion Va is the guest of his sons Drs H R and W M Gibson Miss Flemaiing ot Laurel and Miss Young of Duewest S C are guests of Rev L I Echols at Paint Lick Mr J T Shackelford came over from Danville Saturday and spout Sunday and Monday with his family here Miss Mary Crutcher and Mary Bu lord of Nicholasyille were guests of Mrs Geo W Evans Jr last week Governor anti Mrs James B Mc Creary returned Friday from Atlantic City where they spent the past three weeksMr and Mrs J T Hamilton leaves today for Witt Springs Estill county whore they will remain for about two weeks Mr H O Robinson of Bealtyville Ky representing RM Hughes Co Louisville paid this billed a pleasant call Friday Mr D J Dougherty returned to his post of duty last week alter an extend ed visit to Lake Champlaln and Montreal Canada PJft Mrs J B McGinn ztccomM lOd her son Samuel of VrsaihIea9fftisit lug her daughters Mrs John R Pates and Mrs G E Lilly Miss Madge Hart who for the put two months has been confined to her room Irom a dislocated ankld and shoulder is able to be out Mr and Mrs Travis Deatberago of Athens Illinois are visiting the form ers parents Mr and Mrs Sacuue Death erage at Meadow Brook F Garrett moves his family to Richmond today The best wishes of the Livfngton people go with him and his family Livingston Colonel Mr AV F Garrett formerly express agent at Lexington has been transfcred to Richmond office during Mr Grin steads absence of about six week Will Severance is at Hendersonville N C visiting his brother A H Sever ance who is said to be making money in the ice business Stanford Journal Mrs Laura Bright and daughters Misses Annie and Laura left yesterday for several weeks visit to her son Dr IL W Bright at Niagara Falls N Y Judge Jack Miller and Iiis wife of Richmond are at the Phoenix Judge Miller has at the fair ac exhibit of horses and cattle Lexington Leader August 9 Mr Z L Rice will leave Thursday- for Philadelphia and New York where ho will purchase a handsome stockof fall and winter shoes and gents furnish lug goods Dr OSlloIlp1l loft Saturday for Crab Orchanl prings with Mrs Mat 8 Cohen where she will remain for a month in search of health Dr II has returned v Miaa MarY Pickles hat gbae btt1o- her home in Richmond after spending fairkwith Mrs WIll D Ol4i itthe Bronstons on Second strotLex iMr ed4 on Thurs ay from the GentrmniJj reunion in Missouri They greatly en joved their visit and were the recipients of many distinguished attentions Tho return of Rev Jlt Smith and sourceoffriends They have had a deserved jestpf ttboutfpjirwoeks in GooK Mr and Mr8 HCShipEQf peorgg town afj Master Ronald1 Oldtiamj of this city1 are at Estill SpitagsTfOn their return home Mrland VMrsShipp will v18ibiirs JJfcOldfiami jnithls 4 yUf city Prof It E Jloberts of Ricbmbhdj representing CcntralUmversity was in OVenton this week We have known Prof Roberts for a long Lime andiie an excellent young mandwcnton- Her ld Mrs John M Price and daughter Miss Lila of Kansas City will arrive in Irvine this week to be guests of rein tives and friends They will also visit relatives in this county before returning to Missouri Mr W D Oldham of the Busy Bee Cash Store this city and Messrs Charles and Ab Oldham of Mt Sterling loft Monday for Chicago and New York toptirchasefalUamI wintoT goods for their stores in tIM chv and Mt Sterling Mr Mat S Cohen left Monday at noon for Orange Va where he goes to act as the single judge at the Orange Horse Show August 16 and 17 on sad die harness and high school horses With Mats keen eye and excellent judgement we predict that its only a matter of a short time when his ser- victswill be sought after by the various horse shows throughout the United States RovT BronstonRey and wile of Nashville have been visiting vlhoir father Dr Ray and family at Buck eye John L another son of Rich mond is with themMiss Mary Burnside is visiting her cousin Miss Florence Burnside near Paint Lick Misses Julia Mite and Natinie Gaines areln Richmond visiting friendsMiss Pearl Ross has returned from a pleasant Visit tq friends in Kirksville =IiancasterRecord Mr and Mrs tJassius Qlayajid jpoj Cassius Jr came over from Paris yes torday to attend the Fair and to meet Mrs Stone who arrived from Frank fortJudge Jack Miller and his wife of Richmond are at the Phoenix Judge Miller lisle at the Fair and ex hibit of horses and cattleMrs L N Heacox of East Third street is on tertaining a party of friends from Rich mom They are Mr and Ms Death erage and their children and Miss Lota Feland Lexington Morning Herald August 10 The following persons of Richmond and Madison county attended the Elks Fair held at Lexington last week Messrs John B Chenault Caboll Chenault AV Wand D RTevis AVm and Sam Bales Mat S Cohen Bob Walker Richard Gentry A S Coyle Neal Anderson AV R Letcher Jr Nat Reese Hindbaugh Ben Williams Brute Duncan Jas Hamilton John Sexton Z T Rice and son Dr Phil Roberts WaIler Traynor Joe Schaf hausen H G Kent John Goodloe Henry White Bijou White Frank French Richard Taylor Cnlvan and Burgin Taylor Steve Shanks AVm Ltixon Jeptha Chenault Ri B Black Sam BIggerstatf John TMe Cliiitock JT Marshal G E Dozier Joe Powell John Cutsingle E S Tay lor Wm Embry Dan Harbor Eli Evans Dan Williams John L Baxter Warfield Bennett Richard Campbell Clyde Hart Claude and Sell Devore Win Devore Don Wiggins Robert Pulley Walker Parker Jpe Tevis Bud Dunn and son Leslie Ballard John Turloy J J troe leaf Jr Cap Dick crson Joel Tribble Joe Phelps Sam Todd S A Deatherage Walker Hisle Ben Duncan J D Feeny Tom Feeny George Mershon C T Wells and sot Win Bolton Joe Chenault Joe Bald win Joo Collins and son Tom T CI Collins Dick Colyer Dave Wilcox S Neville MobrleyHiuy Neff VK1 Combs Caleb Shearer J Tevis Cobb Bum Zittle Mike Cleary H C Rice Bat Galvin Mr Elmej Deatherage and wife D B Shackcjford and wife E C Wines and wife Mrs Wm Shear or T S Hagan and wife Hugh Me Elwain and wife C T Chenault and wife Mrs Tom Wells Mrs Joe Bales Mrs White Bales Mrs Geo Ballew C C Covington and wife Dick Fox and wife Mrs Ed Ballard and daugbj ter Miss May A C Wells and wife Mrs Lilly Buckley and children Theo Goodlet and wife Mrs ONeil and daughter Mrs L J Frazee Coleman NefT and wife Misses Dunn Annie1 Frazee Minnie Dunn Mary Ballardii Jennie Ford Mollie Fife Lizzie Feony Edna Schleeel Curralcen Ballard Miri nie Dykes Dora Neff Jeta 1 eland Laura Luxon Luxie Ballard Katie and Mary McKcnna The above dole gation returned home with words of praise for the fair and join hands with the Elks in congratulation of their great success RELJQIOUS Rev Dale of South Carolina closetlj NlastllightRev Dr McDonald of Danville will preach at the second Presbyterian church next Sunday mornii g at p oclock 1 The widelyknown and long experi breed Prof J J Rucker as has been announced is studying in University of Chicago They tell that his son in Georgetown has written him a long letter giving instructions and advice as1 to how a young man should act ati college to merit the favor of his teacu ers and avoid the temptations of the city i Rev Leonard W Doolan C U 85j has a twopage article in tho Baptist Argus August 10 entitled One U pf drod Years Ago and Now It is a- vcentouual paper prepared fpr Buck Creek Baptist church It Is graphjrf picture of time condition of Kentucky religiously sociallyy and otherwise ia 1799 Rev Mr Doolan is weUremein i bered here forhis extraordinary record iu college tho best ever made by a student of Central University Bu i the Baptists here remember hisworfi1 among thorn with especial fondness He will graduate from the LonlsvilM Baptist Seminary nest year DEATHS f SruuuxiK At Valley vow Monday aftcrSi longillness Mrs Thomas Spnr t lock aged about 40 years The remains were taken to Ohio for burial WmrrutsiAt Ruthtou OJ August 8 Alfof Wliitnwwi 11 yeireyafter P r rUd Win- deSrntrn lTellS i tie stueeicr stay to ltttpianatfun aiwounceierd t1tthe lle t jver- and healthbringer Hoods SarsapaiUla tells of the birth of cn era of good health It Is the one reliable specific far le cure of aft blood stomach and Uwr troubles Shll a aJi t a tedious illness Deccasedtwell known throuKhqutthB codhtaml higllVj resected 1Ij iM qneo tIe Warrof ajeeutury VaTh twecnth somrrltoall their friends RC 1rtilUrfriei118 C Mis Fotmtain Ricgwiorcsidetincar1hth city were pained by the announcement of her death on Friday last Sho bad long been a patient sufferer but the tender ministrations of loved ones was an unspeakable comfort to the last Deceased was the mother of Mesare Edward Iavi Richard and Fountain Rice JTnd grandmother of Z T Rice who have the greatest sympathy in their 108- 8WooDsThe death of Mrs Lizzie J Woods relict of the late Rev AV H Woods occurred Monday August lnt halfpast four oclock at her home in the Mulberry neighborhood aged sixty two years The cause of her demise was a complication of troubles She had only been bedfast for ton days She was Miss Lizzie Logan antI a sister of Rev DrJ V Logan President of Central University at Richmond and Mr Joseph A Logan of the county Her husband who died about So years ago was a minister of the Presby terian church The deceased lady was a true and consistent member of that church and was highly esteemed for her many nobletraits of character The funeral services were conducted yesterday morning at halfpast ten oclock at the Lutheran Presbyterian church by Rev John B Gordon after which time interment took place in Grove Hill cemetoryShelby Sentinel Deceased was a sister of Rev Dr J V Logan of this city and her husband Rev AV II Woods was a brother of the late Thos C Woods of Lobano titfather of Mr C E Woods this city LOCAL For Chief of Police Capt James H Aliman ig announced for Chief of Police under the new ordi nance making that office elective by the people Ho has been a police ofilce for years and is known for his courage courtesy and vigilance and would make a good chief Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point Comfort The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn this is to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio railway has rp sumed sale of tickets to Old Point Corn fort anti all points affected by time quarantine The bimonthly excursions to Old Point Comfort on thesec ouch and fourth Tuesdays will also be resinned commencing with the second Tuesday in September Round trip tickets will be SUi limited to 21 days For full information write G W BAJXEY Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky Open Air Concert The Richmond1 Military Hand under tho direction of Prof Robert Mitchell will give an open air concert on Friday night in front of tho court house Ev erybody is invited to come out and hear the boys The following is the program Dcmolay Oommandery March R B hell 2 Medley WaltzLet Bygones be Bygones and Sally Warner round the Corner 3 Emmetts Lullaby Cornet solo with yaria- tlons as played biT V Short Cluster of PeachesOvertureP Beyer 5 Way Down South Descriptive Fantasia LP Lorendeau Evening on the platform the cotton pickers after the days work enjoy them selves with singing and dancing all quiet again Oft In the stilly night 6 Crown of Victory OyertpreTiRIpey 7 Zcada WIlItzWlttmark Teachers Institute The Thirtieth Annual Session of the Madison County Teachers Institute was held at time Caldwell High School building August i 11 with Prof Al fred Livingston of Somerset Ky as instructor Timers were 9C teachers enrolled 70 of whom were ladies and 26 gentlemen The institute proved to be One of the most successful ever held iii the county Most of the teachers expressed themselves as being well pleased and greatly benefited and went back to their work with renewed energy and zeal As one vidence of this mOre books were taken from Jtho teachers Library at the closo of tho institute than ever before oft any other occasion Many distinguished visitors were present during the eessionof the institute and it was remarked by them that the insti tote was composed of the most infclll gout and good looking body of teachers ever seen in Madison county Npt a teacher asked to be excused or made an apology The program prepared by Supt Wagers was ably and entertain ingly carried out the ladies were es pecially prompt in tho discharge of their duties and some most excellent speeches were made by them Prof Livingston by his genial disposition has made a most favorable impression on the citizens of Richmond as well as on the tea bers of the county His talks were Instructive demonstrating his scholarship and ability aafln educator So well pleased were the teachers with lrof Livingstons work that they passed a resolution that his services be secured again Madison Sunday School Convention Reports from tho County Sunday School COnventlonat Speert well on the 12th inst show that in spite ot storms and threats of storms the gathering w1s pne of the most successful in the countys history THo President and Secretary L V Dodge and W F Baumstark had put forth special ef forts to nnvko a good showing 110- fomneriiavlntryitjted various parts of the cpnnty in encouraging attendance the latter having secured statistical reports from over thirty schools Tho beautifully decorated Christian church was full te overflowing the basket dinner provided by the citizens was more than ample the music fnniished by local and other singers was delightful and the acldrea see wero hejplul and stimulating Eo A Fox State Secretary Jlossra E J Ben ton L V Dodge B W Baker tDudley Uco Amps anc Mrs M E K EtIy ltdtaddreises pwinp to unfavorable weather prof X t pests fewer that expect I went from chtno but ttse i1I hIeir Sh of QmmnqjciI4J J D Clark as hirmasof the Committee on nonri natIODs L Atftol was mad1I1resl of time u AsabclafiSt fo the- ensuiniFear Capt S FTliock Secre tary and Thos Thorpe the VicePresi dent for Richmond Rev Gee Ames was madetho Vicepresident at larger Tho Victlresl lents for the others dislnqts rQaB ia- uiaiteiaI i Foxtown John AV Shearer UnionC JNVallerj IjSJ9JlWUlUJJorti Yates Cnrtl5FTPark X3Ia lbr Crll peYihtc rr8I r buckles Million C F Brock t How d ThrjrjinEsilljhe g9 tin4a hmasvery nR9lltnBli l th- eraWocijinimn cxd ishnlZui8h l1U tW hallon and Bazil ukatonthe LjauU Billy Breckinridge and Bill Owens Allen It CarteroftImeDispath DickKnottof t1f T is1Uo1ostI f ll Dln nt1t isof Covington Kjnsolvingpoor old Tom Turner and others who join with them in loudly proclaiming that thu Demo cratic party must be purified and who to accomplish that purpose seem willing to pull out of till party odoriferous puriflcationistR lie might have truth fully prefixed mal tj the adjective- In this cbnnectioh one ofour friends tolls a pertinent etory of the onlerof the Rank and File which existed in Estill county a quarter of a century ago As the story goes an olden time preacher who had been in the Mexican War and War of the States hlaclqiiteaf- ollowing in the Pine Top region and It was whispered that ho and his friends were always prosperous about election times One year they formed them selves into a secret society which the called the Rank and File Theold preacher had a brother who lived in the same neighborhood who wasof the earth earthy but who was honest and dealt fairly with his fellow men One night this honest brother slightly af fected by too frequent doses of moonshine was passing the schoolhouse where the Rank and File wore having a meeting and unobserved he walked in anti took a seat The preacher brother was presiding and civing the passwordexplaining the grip aud other intricacies of tho order During a lull in the proceedings the worldly brother arose and meekly asked if he might Inquire tho purposes of the order The Chairman announced that if no object ion was made he would tell the inquir ing friend tho purpose of the order No objection lining heard he stated that the purpose of the order was to prevent vote sellinir Tho worldly brother arosdand returned his thanks for the information and said Well all Ive got to say is this If you fellers all stick together youve got the var mint treed CORRESPONDENCE 1VAGERSVIZLE fKstlll county Miss Rhoda Wild r is recovering from a spell of favor Mrs Joshua Kelly is recoveriug after a vero attack of fever Misa Mamie Wagers has returned from a visit to jelativesat Waco John Griffin was arrested Thursday tho 10th and taken toBoonovillo The wind storni Friday night played havoc with the corn crops iu this see tion Misses plamio Scrivener anti Annie Cosby of Richmoud urn visiting rela tive hero M r Clay Moore is rejoicing over time arrival of a fluTe boy at his homo last Thursday Dr A bi jah Wilson has rented a room trom Mr Gentry Park and willsupply same with goods at an oarly date FOX I rEstllfCbuntyT Holt Hunt went to Richmond Friday on business Wui Price and family Imvo moved to Wjftt Springs Alex Kcrby went to Doylesvillo to look alter his farm there Henry Luttle took a load of nice watermelons to Clay City this week Mr John Eads of Doylesville spent several days at Witt Springs last week Mr Pi W IjowellofGollege Hill was here On business last Thursday Several people from this place at tended thin teachers institute at Irvine MrsMir Willougbby of College HiIljSpent last week with her daughter Mrs J H Edwards Our enterprising merchant John Moberly has tho flnest crop of water melons lathe county Messrs C M Tribblq and Everett Wjlloughby of College lull were here this week buying sheep Mr and Mrs J T Hamilton of Richmond spent several days at Witt Springs during the last two weeks It seems as if Madison county is go mug to have a list of candidates in the primary here as long asIast years de linquint list Corn is worth cents per bushel at this place and very scarce at that stock hogs are scarce hero and only a slight advance in price- UiYIOiY CITY AVe are having plenty ofnilu Misses Laura and Maggie Freeman of le1IrEdton are visiting friends and relatives Hire A pVotracted meeting at time Baptist church SIn progress Revs Ectors and Stamper preaching The inlant son of Mr aud Mrs Charlie Eads has been quite ill for the past week but is improving Misses Dola Powell anti Anna East have returned home after a pleasant visit with friends at BroqkBtowii Mr John Hamilton and Misses Mel lie and Bottle Hamilton of Wiseman town were the guests of Miss Mattie Hainiltoii last week Mr George Noland Jr of this place and Miss Katie Green of Richmond eloped to Jefforsonvillo last Monday where they wero made one After tlip ceremony Mr and Mrs Noland r turned to his mothers wherq they will reside until Christmas Mr Noland id apromising young farmer hiked and re spected by all who knoW him while his bride cannot he too highly spoken of for her sweet face gentle manners and lovable disposition to alt J The iKJfitwishtS of their many rien wRit them in this journey tO e soI biruugii life t I An allaround writer oughtto be able illn stood circularS tbhe silqnt watches of tIme nigjit hang infroutffjewclry stores jOnly jstroima minded wojnan can keep hercalendar torn oft uifld iate The good men die young but the bad nearly always outlive thblr usefulness A man naturally looks pail after kick initbc buckott I I l200 A DAY EASILY MADE AVe Vat two hustling men or wide awake boys to take subscriptions for The Prairie Farmer at the fair held in this county this year fig money can be made by our special plan of work First applicants will secure this work Send one or two references and write us atoiice Address The Prairie Farm er ICC Adams Street Chicago Ill Hows This AVo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward lot any cage of Catarrh that cannot bo cured br Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHESKY Co Props Toledo 0 AVo time undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by their firm WEST TRUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo WALUJING KISSAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon time blood and mucOUs surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the btet aug2liiiSAlways pay your milkman spot cash Never request him to chalk it up rTMs aSDn somethinglight To satisfy these demands easily and at small expense a selection of choice edibles should be made from our stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries Here are a few suggestions Canned Chicken 15c Canned Salmon lUc 20c Dovnled Rain 5c lOc lressingOhiveOll23c 45c E Beatlierage Co PUDHc leDf L nn In pursuance of an order of the Madi son County Court entered at its July term ISUJ the undersigned State Bank L Trust Co of Richmond Ky as as pubholycountv near Silver Creek Ky on TnunQ Y Septesk 7th 1833 beginning at 10 oclock n in to the highest and best bidder the following property viz A certain Tract of Land located on the waters ot Silver Creek and on tIme Silver Crock and Monalaus turnpike containing 43352 bySvided into three tracts as follows Tract No Beginning at the sugar tree nag corner to Ross i thence S 44 0 AV 82 410 poles to a stake curlier to yshoiratime center of time Meualaus and Silver Creek pike corner to W B Lane and southwest corner to the John Powers homestead thence with the center of pike and lines of homestead N 2O0Jo 20 810 poles N 40J E 50 410 poles N 15 B 19 210 poles N 33 W 26 1ltl poles to John Maupins curlier thence now lino S 87 AV 234 310 poles to the beginning containing 130 77100 acres Tract No 2 Beginning at the center of a water gap corner to tract No3 of said farm and running thence down the center of Silver Creek N 43 W 34 601Wv i2 310 poles S 52 W 14 poles 8 43 W SO poles S 13 W 42 poles S 73 W 13 poles S 807 WS 1 poles thence leaving the creek and with time Moran lines a 26JJ W 31 poles S 1834 E 30 310 poles S 13 W 24 110 j thence leaving Moraus line and toy new line N 78 E 129 610 N 427 E 82 510 poles to the beginning and containg 123 410 acres Tract No fl Beginning at the sugar tree snag cdrnerto Ross thencenew line N 87 E233 pglcstof stake in tile west tIde of the road j thence with the west side of said road down Dodds hrauih N 4W 62 polos N31M W30 poles N 4J AV 45 210 peles to two sycamores on the south branch of Sit PolesdownhiidreOkN 31 AY 21 poles to the center of a wate gap thence by new lines S 427 w 82 5 10 poles to time northwestern coiner of the orchard i thence S 78 Wi2 510 poles to a stone wall Ijv510 poles N 34i E 18 310 poles to a stone S sn E 19 510 poles to the be ginmugcoutaiugl793a Acres more or ien An outlet is reserved along time south batik of Silver Creek from the water gIg cOrner eastward to the pike crow lug of Silver Creek a distance of 62 poles J7ie land will bo sold ai follows First Tract No containing 130i7 acres will be offered for sale to the highest anti best bidder then in liko manner Tract No 2 ntainng 123 410 cemitaii4ng17c535 Second Tracts No2 and 3 combined containIng 30275 acr swill ho for sale to the highest and bust bidder Thowbolo tract container 4J5352 acres will then De offered for sale to the highest and best bidder snd the land wcbsoldIn the manner bringing the mqst ihouey TERMSihe land will bo sold upon a credit of six and twelve months and th purciimiseror puruliasera will be reqtiired to execute bond with approved security having the force iind effect of a ndgment with a lien reUinod paya logaliutIIOSSESSIONPossession will Le givpii when time lertnrof tale are cow plied with but the privilege of harvest tig and removing tho crop now on the laml wjll be reserved Tbls farts Is one oftiio most desira countybeingSilvpr Vreok Station on tie I N H R It hasj good u welling house and all necessary outbuildings thereon in good repair The land ig fertile and productive and is well watered and in niojjt excellent condition Parties de siring to see the property can call on Mr John Powers who resides on tile land or on the undersig- netlschgtTrItcL lchIMONDKic1lTUcKy t SAisign I J kiPowe- esiS IS E Elders a To time KICHMOVD STEAM LAI v dibyOur Work Must prpvo atislttEvery CUlllyCO taks U11triosoraknotmj C wihim orf KiwnIiraTii timid liulIi w alighted Kverynrticl iswrefwlly hRn li and beautifully tlfllhiedSiuciisHhVD srati UUNDRV BARGAIN MMMMff+ itciStore Y IN CLOTHING MensSuits at200 tip AaIMens Pants at40iUIa upw1C 5 NS NOTIONS il J upi1l14zC Jdffii UIsitAfj t9k v Towels if 4 3c up jjf Corsets25c UI 1t Ladies and Gents Linen CollarslOc up jt Uitt ABuggy Whips lOc up upLadies et upBabyBibsFireScreens lOc up j C oiii LINE OF LADIES GENTS AND 5JT CHILDRENS SLIPPERS AJW SHOES ARE JAOJPE VARIED AND LARGER Afflw THAN EVER BEFORE Call and see them t IN RIBBONS We have a few bolts of the C N Cos Ribbomi ipon hand which we will close out at No 15 lOc No 40 15c No 80 20c eTsks See ourstock of Corsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside srB Rob Roy Dr Norsah 4tVnvupMenst upDions 5 IN CARPETS Hemp lOc up Unions 25c up upcqIN HARDWARE Knives and Forks per lit up Fish LinesIc each 4Cake Turner 4c Visit Hooks Ic dos t 3c op Curling Ironsmic up i9cff Otst eax ptt 1tattmttt ar Sa 1oi Respectfully Submitted to Cash Tradt 3- rc VL ELDER s AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS iS 1h Zothcn MtiI nvtnt ia OH UEXIINGTON KV WO 000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS r7 65000 RESER VE AND SURPL US BMTlie IOKHI ol lib Inrucg 4 AVe pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Corn panies pay to time estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of time investor For particulars apply to 2 SMITH BO1M7NSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY V- MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky 61Lock Up I ofEq J- El had the doors been fastened with 6 Locks and Keys secureed withgcpdsfrpjm El these goods Some time yot znayyant s chi j besh3l EP WSptlW ilAHi kILLW LSec UB and get prieea OH roofing and guttering W D BUCKLEY Tinner J- TAYLOR BROS M 0 0 CS i ii 7it Jr 11 1 r tf t tI i I W SHOES TO LIVE IN 4Sboc8 which reel conifortabjtf rintJ I tier circumstances a Uyet wear + longer than the average footwear Is tie kind wo are offering our cus tcimors t Every shoe iii the lot is 8H d as care fully as tho best custom bootmaker vfwouM du it Matte of excellent lnmturinl Handsome and stylish Vand smooth ns silk inside and wo 1are offering them astonishingly ili low prices I n n The Richmond Climax Vii NESDAY AUGUST 1C 1890 ProHobson Dentist Mr Stewart Jones hall eight head ii hrep killed Sunday by lightuing iiitiiireil rains have brought tU to the foliage and smiles to our far A lieautifnl Chiukeriug piano made iiiiliogany tail bu purchased front W Kvans Jr for 00 jnul4tf Mr Mimnw Jjickcy vthwe reel iliiier at Waco was destroyed by fire sivTil weeks ago is rebuilding l lay Royston colored was nc- 1lith1 in public court on the chargo 4Iiiflg Dr Martins medicine case Tlii IjHili Muf Missionary Society tin Presbyterian churvh will give pie wiipper at Kirksville Thursday ILL IT Mr M O Willis of Columbia Ky Iurtlineed tile slock of drugs nttiifl by Douglas Wells and will tiki iHH ef+inn at onco I will pay you to itad Mr II J Simlas advertisement in this issue of tin CLIMAX He is closing out his entire stock of goods at cost Till Darker Cedar Co and the Sniiii rii Lumber Cou mills at Valley V have clogtxl down on account of out of logs About 150 men are tiiinvii out of work Mr JT Hamilton huH time thanks tip CLIMAX force fur a nice bozof fr tulle plums Dont let all the i our friends break thoir necks in oiVr to gut even with Mr Hamilton nt it well worth your while to viit Cincinnati on flue Queen Cro- sIt Minday excursion from Nicholas villV Championship ball game and IIKIII her sit ruijoims noxt Sunday August 20th Son small hills or call on your ticket agent for particulars rw1 t WE HAVE A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT t IN THE WAY OF A tcZt BARGAIN COUNTERI i S SSS SeS S Slipjwistri Ciii e p4 EIYI And6et Your Choice IR1 RNanOT- S to 0aace b TLXce iMiss Maria Rogers tho milliner who has trimmed for L PYTodd loathe past three seasons will open a millinery store in the rooms just vacated by Miss Tempie Oldbam Martin Miss Rogers left last week for tho East and will re turn tho middle of September with a beautiful line of millinery auglG2t IGrJnd excursion via Big Fourj Route to Benton Harbor and the Fruit Belt of Michigan Peaches pecire apples grapes now in superabundance Tickets will bo sold at extremely low rates lor Saturday August 19 89J Tickets good returning ten 10 days Ample time for excursions on Lake Michigan Su Joseph Michthe beau tiful IjiVe City is a most noted sum mer resort Splendid hotel accomoda tioiiH can be lint at reasonable rates A trip up the beautiful St Joseph River on the bteaiuer May Graham or Edna is n failure which should not be missed by excursionists Kast maims Springs as a health resort is known fur and wide Carriages meet overy train For tickets and full information call on agpntH Big Four Itoute W 1 DEI IErGen Pass and Tkt Agt AG P and T Agt Cincinnati Ohio Lawrenceburg Fair on That always enjoyable Lawrenceburg Fair begins today3 days Special rates over It N I B Go For Rent Six rooms over Higgins Ellis gro Very store fur tent for offices or resident Apply to J Ti McClIritock Richmond Kentucky je28tf A liars to go For luscious bananas ripe apples col ice creamsoda water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco and cigars go to A Hinelle next door to old Post Office Restaurant open day and IIIJht apr95m An Old Violin We will be obligedto Messrs W B Iriht and Win Thomas for an opinion as to the value ot a Regart Bubus violin made in 1850 at St Petersburg It is in fair condition ri- L i TEIu U- I LI IJJcosTTOQUIT I BUSINESS j heII TWENTY DA I J Wo IniYo goods t1Utarc + 44+ seasonable now also for Fulland Winter Sup ply yourselves at puce as these BAKGAiNSAyill ir not last long One Large Safe h 1yt1a I1o For sale Remember everything I ri at cost to Quit Business h cTnriudip fi The Clothier The Shoer The flatter Tle Frisker tl- i L I F For Rent byMrsthilllearposscF8lonGKEENLKAF Assignee mySltf Henry Koebler Company Lumber dealers of in vite correspondence witli1iiit men buyPoplarDry or Green Write them apr5Gtn New Coal Yard Mr J 31 Baker of Point Lea veil has rented the Blanton Coal Yard near L N depot and will after September 15 supply the citizens of Richmond anJ Madison county with as odor better grade of coal ever offered in this city Reduced Rates Via L 8 N Ry On account of Democratic convention at Lexington August 16th roundtrip ticks at one and onethird fare going the 15th and morning trains of IGth good returning until 19 One fare for roundtrip to Louisville August 15 and 10 limited to 21stand 25 and 26 limited to 28 account Colored Fair Will Meet at Esllll Springs Capt Hathaway who is a member of the Committee of the National Fox Hunters Association to select the time and place of meeting was in Lexington Thursday to attend a meeting of the committee It was finally decided to hold the annual hunt at Estill Springs November loth Winchester Democrat To Bristol Tennessee The many friends of Professor Pep per and wife will be pleased to learn of their pleasant location at Bristol Tonn time foriuer having been elected in Kings College to the Greek chair which he filled so acceptably at Central University Prof mind Mrs Pepper and Miss Ruth Popper quite captivated students and citizens alike and wo record their success with pleasure Prominent Pastors Perilous Position Rev Carter Helm Jones brotherin law of Mr Albert AIcCowu of this city and one of the foremost Baptist di vines of the country narrowly escaped drowning last Saturday With his wife and children ho was fishing in Lake Michigan when the boat over turned and the occupants were dashed into the water where they remained for an hour clinging to the skiff until rescue Looking For a Farm Mr Oscar Holton of Knox county was down about Red House on Mon day looking after a desirable larm with the intention of locating here He was shown several among them Mr Dan S Harbers pretty place on the Boouesboro pike Mr Helton has not yet made a selection but In the event he locates here we understand Madison will gain one of tho best citi Zeus of Knox county Oil to Tho War That tho policy of Imperialism is not popular here even among Republicans is evidenced by the fact that only one man Claude Stone applied for exami nation as a recruit for service in the war in tho Philippines Young Stone is tho youngest son of Mr and Mrs J F Stone and is an nltleliodied fellow an ideal bullet stopper for McKinley He was sent to the Columbus O bar racks and will go thence to San Fran cisco with the 37th Infantry Fears Smallpox A dispatch from Bowling Green says that Dr J M McCormack Secretary ol the State Board of Health received n telegram Saturday announcing that there had been discovered 12 cases of smallpox at Clementsvilln Casey coun ty The doctor seemed to be considerably worried over the smallpox situa tl nand said there had been smallpox in more than 40 counties of the State within the last 18 months He stated that unless there was general vaccina tion and every precaution taken as tr sanitary measures with the advent of cold weather the disease wouldspread rapidly Gone to Ford Mr Harris Goncher lately messenger of the Western Union office here has accepted a position of clerk In tho rail road office at Ford at a nice salary The young man is the youngest son ol Mr and Mrs J G Gouuher this place and earned an enviable reputation foi honesty industry sobriety and polite ness and Incidentally acquired a knowledge of telegraphy His habiti brought him to the favorable notice ol several gentlemen and his promotior to his new position is well merited By strict attention to his new dutiei Mr Goncher will easily go up the lad der which will be gratifying to hi friends hero particularly to liEs fond parents Our New Postmaster Although he wasformally appolntei postmaster of Richmond to take tb oUice August 1 Mr C C Wallace commission did not reach him for ter days and hence he was not installed custodian of time government bnildin until Tuesday of last week As here inbeforo remarked his selection by Mr McKinley met with popular commen latou and we predict a firstclass ad ministration for Mr Wallace asid front all other qualifications ia by ns ture obliging anti affable qualitieb tli most becomingly adorn public servants Mr and Mrs Willis will remain month to accustom time new postmasti to his manifold duties after whic they will elicit tho robos of public pffli antI retire to the privacy of home Iii dpwu on the lam 1 i 1 Six Surviving Veterans of The Mexican War So far as we are able to learn the death last week of Alford Williams leaves but six veterns of the Mexican War 4748 as follows General C M Clay Clifton Shiflet Thos C Davis Jas Perkins Jas P Dunham arid Capt Nelson Burma The Sensational VaughlStnlih Encounter Time friends 1If Dr Clarence TaUght and Mr James W Smith willi probably be interested in the full de scription of their sensationalencounter In this city during the fair The item appears on our first page today having been crowded out last week The trouble betwpen them is not over yet Some Premiums Won at Lexington For the best lace hankerchief shown at the Lexington fair Mrs D H Myers of this city got the blue tie Mr John IJ Chennults sorrel gelding Joe Watts won third money III tim speed ring on the first day Bales d McElwaine won first money in ring for mare or gelding 15 hands and under on second day Immense Tumor Removed On Wednesday last in this city Mrs Clinton Winburn of Drowning Creek was relieved of an ovarian tumor that weighed 46 pounds contain tug slxor seven gallons of fluid Time olleration was performed by three home physicians and they feel confi dent of the restoration of their patient It may be remarked that this was pro bably the largest tumor ever removed in this section of the the State After the operation the lady weighed only about SO pounds Wants to be Jailer Elsewhere in today CLIMAX will bo found the announcement of Mr A J Ross better know as Jack Koss for jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Ross enters the race for the nomina tion with the understanding that if elected ho will not ask for a second term He U qualified to fill the office and if nominated will certainly defeat his Republican opponent in the final election He is a trueblue Democrat and has worked at all times for his partys interest General Storm Swept The County A severe stern swept over the coun ty from west to east shortly after midnight on Friday and no little damage was done to growing crops fences trees etc It was just 2 oclock a m when the first zephyrs began to toss the leaves in Richmond and time heavens in the northwest were almost con stantly aflame with the livid lightning In a short time the wind rose in velocity and swept on to the east leveling fields of corn and orchards in its path In somo localities the rain was heavy and hence tIme evil was not unmixed with good Destructive Storm al Doylesville Time terrific storm that passed over this city last Saturday morning at 3 oclock proved very destructive in some parts of the county Our Doylec ville correspondent sends in tho follow lug report of the detraction wrought in that neighborhood A very destructive storm passed through here Saturday morning tearing up large trees by time roots and blowing down whole fields of corn It swept the roof from Mr I N Sharps kitchen and porch and blew the porch from Mrs Nannie Lanters house Mr John Powells residence was lifted from the foundation and carried about ten feet away without injury to any of the family A Touching Death How a Sranger Was Treated During their sojourn at Estill Ion and Mrs Robert Franklins in taut son became violently ill and be was brought to Richmond and placed in the care of one of our best physicians with the hope that the disease had not rogre sed too far to bo checked nut the child lied been so ill that its once strong constitution could not rally un der the treatment administered and the little fellow died hero on Thursday afternoon Time remains accompniet by the sorrowing parents were con veyed to Frankfurt interment follow lag in the beautiful cemetery where four little brothers and sisters lie bur ledIn connection withthissad death may be tionelftherem8rks of the father lion Robert Franklin who is commonwealth attorney of his district Foi days and nights he and Ids wife nne sisterinlaw had kept vigil by tin couch of the little sufferer until thpj were literally worn out with fatigue When they arrived here the good ladle of time city BO Mr Franklin gratefully acknowledged were constant in kind at tontioris to the stricken family consoling them by their gentle thoughtfu ministrations in this sad hour antI renderinglees unbearable the knowlddgi that death would rot them of theii little one far from home and amoni strangers Those who know Bob Franklin 8 would scarcely have recognized bin last week He was dejected worn ou by watching and sad to n degree tha seemed incredible In ono who is eve 1the center of attraction ia gay con courses It was his matchless voice ii e song andoratory that Milled the multi tndn as nothing else could at the lat it State Democratic convention anti al tumulIR will Join in sympathy in this hoar ir grief Those songs there sprang fro a heart that loved all mankind bu frontahmearLC and his stricken wire the sympathy i ilh1t44 jm eltHcJt c h i 11 FOR ELDERLY FEET i We carry a line of fSHOES twhich are tile embodiment of comfort a JtofMade in all sizes In Clack and Russet aCalf tioat etc t Pliablo but durable Quality excel alent Prices moderate Easy to Take Easy to Opera aBecause purely vegetable yet thorough prompt healthful satisfactory Hoosz Pills Nothing conduces more to breadth of intellect thuii intercourse with various mnindsMatthewsAsIc Friends in this city and they will tell yon that Dingextiw Dyspepsia Tablets will cure you as it cured 2oc a box at all druggists Cheerfulness is an excellent wearing quality It has been called time bright weather of the heart Smiles Where the digestion IP good and the general powers of the system in a heal thy state worms can find no habitation the human body Whites Cream Vermifuge not nnlv destroys every worm but corrects all derangements of the digestive organs Price 25 cents Sold by Perry it Thomas druggists aug2lm Some orators are given to naturalgas ballon ascension For Lung Soreness dopp seated cough throat disorders and all bronchial troubles Dr Belts PineTnrHoiiey is an efficacious rem edv first dose gives relief It will cure a hacking grip cough or a cold In one night All druggists sell it at 2oc on a guarantee The man who works for the devil newer sell a vacation The popular view of the relatfon of the blood to human character aud conduct is marked In many a familiar ex pression We speak of there being bad blood between peoplo at enmity of blue blood as indicating ancestry of black blood as descriptlng a trench nrotis nature and in many another phrase mark onr belief in the mental moral and physical man time blued the life basis of a healthful happy and useful life is pure blood With the blood pure disease has no systemForGolden Medical Discovery rids the body of diseases which have their origin jn impurity of the blood It absolutely purifies the blood carrying oil time waste and poisonous matter increasing the action of tho blood making glands and building up time body by supplying the bloo ln quantity and quality such HS is essential to a condition of health It cures ninety lllht people out of every hundred who gives it a fair trial The man who is religious anywhere is religions everywhere For Children Who Takes Cold easy anti aresnbject to croup no rem edy is so helpful as Dr Bells PineTar Honey It will relieve the croup at once and cure a cold iu one night It should be in every house ready for an emergency You can buy ft bottle for 25c at any firstclass drug store You cant ride a hobby up the bill that leads to success Tho Rest Itrmeily For Flux Mr John Mathias a well know stock dealer of 1111 ask says After riiitferini for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to re lievo me1 was advised to try Cham berlains Colic Cholera and FJiarrhnca Remedy and have the pleasure of stat ing that the half nf one lx ttlo cured me For sale by Perry Thomas like to howell stalledbut not in a muddy highway Never go Away from home without a bottle of Dr Bolls PinnTarHoney Change of cli mate change of apartments or ex may bring on a cold which nothing hut this famous remedy will cure Druggists sell it Never do today any wrong thing you ran put oil till to morrow Bad BloodCure Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are nil curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm whlrh Is made especially to mre all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Blood smith Skin Blemishes Stiofula that resist other treatment are quickly cured by B R B t Botanic Blood Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red orBrown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all dun to bad blood and hence easily cured PollfJnliterallyB B Botanic Blood Balm in one to live months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison Ono hot tie will test it in any case For sale h druegis18 everywhere Large bottles six morS5 Send for a free sample bottle which will ho sent by return mall When you write describe symp toms antI personal free medical advice will be given Blood Hahn Co 438 Mitrhnll street Atlanta Ga july20lyr High ideals are perhaps responsible for is much pessimism as Ttre torpid livers on the whom You May Bend The Sapling But Net the Tree When disease has become chronic and deep seated itls often difficult to cure it That is the reason why it is best to take Hoods when pImplesmhiss which tell of poor blood weak stomach or disordered liver or kidneys This great medicine regulates the- whole system It never disappoints t HM4s PHIs are the favorite family t cathartic F Noah Judd was drowned in Hart 1conotr while bathing in Little Barrw river e The Rev W B CoRtlpy of Stock I bridge Ga while attending to Id t pastoral duties at Ellenwoud thai State was attacked by cholera tnorbus if lIe says By chancel happetted t n get hold of R bottle of Chamberlain it Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy j and I think it was the means ofrayni n my life Itrelloved mentjrtfCH Vm II Iaby Perry it Thotune dritEgitm sieL1ui 1Li TID HUY I II WII iI I II III liii I 1 zlJI i IikIIMIWIT EBusyBee Cash Stores Great Clear= ance Sale to Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children lOc per pair CliildretiV Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and double seat all colors worth 75c per pair are yours in this sale for 39c S Boys 125 and Uro Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reefer styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to cI II thin price in this clearance sale only 89c T8B S sm Mens Hood Cawimere Suits well toads in brown blue scotch mixtures all sizes worth 5 0 and 7 will fbe closed in this clearance sale at 2 98 Mens Fine Allwool Suits choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted suck and frock styles of line imported worsteds scotches anti clays everyCsuit in time lot worth and sold everywhere SS to i12 take your choice and pick in this sale at Mens Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailored which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish tdressers to n T Yon can make your unrestrict ed selection from several hundred of these fashion able tailormade garments worth from 14 to 16 I they go in this sale at 848 IrICHMOND Clothing That BuyJ Jit UHMATtBABLB tLBARAHtB s 198I uJ 149 Russia Pine Jacqtiacls many double Fine Dress 75c 85c yard will slaughtered 40e reserved Special Sale saving Underwear Ladies Dress Skirts Car the hi loft this sale must and great cleaning We have only way get worth tho bust have profit loss Dont fail to this sale Ic Bring alnnjr your and savo time an a is a to get cash buy goods Very s MT AND TIme specific for troubles blood kidneys stomach liver is Hoods the blood purifier A is causing Vancehurg free and easy expectoration is pro duced by a doses CouwwnH Honey Tar all cases of Hoarseness Throat or breathing Price 25 and 50 cents at Perry Thomas drug store atijSMm- Harrodnburg lisa street corner which is called Dead Mans What Not tn Say Do not sayItl cant eat Take Hoods Sarsaparilla and I am hungry all the time and food never hurts mo- Never say your friends that you are as tired in the morning as night they happen he sharp they will tell vou Hoods that tired not say My face is full pim You are quite likely be told by some one Theres need cures pimples is improper and unnecessary to say My is poor and my blood is bad Hoods Sarsaparillll will give you good blood gixnl health will follow as a natural consequence anjdMin About a mouth anti child which is fifteen mouths old had an attack diarrhoea vomitl air I gave It such remedies as are usually given such cases lint M nothing relief soot for a physician and it was under his care for a week At this time the child had been sick fur about days anti was having about twentylive operations of the bowels every twelve hours and were con vinced thnt unless it soon obtained re lief it would live Cholic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy wits recommended decided to try it 1 soon noticed a change foi the better its continued use complete euro was brought about and it is now perfectly healthy C L Bones Stumptown Giluier county V For by lorry Thomas aug2lm Loyo hind any humor it would laugh less locksmiths and more girls brothers Blotches and excrescences which so often annoy people are simply ellon of nature to throw to the proper her duties Ilerbiuo will aid anti nature her work and a clear and beautiful entirely free from nil Impor fcctionn Prlco CO cents Fur sale by Porry Thomas aug2lm S 3 t 0 I I is wild with excitement at the for which THE BUSY BEE P closing out their stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods All our previous offers that have the people 4 are dwarfs in comparison our offers in the AfGREAT CLEARANCE SALE that lcrippled in our former offers will be killed in thisat i 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 Goods Hats Shoes and Furnishing Goods must at prices completely and profit en j tirely No wonder disgruntled tion stands aghast The BARGAINS we are sriitIout standunequalled unmatched and incomparable Fil 1 Boys Will Iake Mothers Wild Jackthepeeper Clothing obliterated Boys 200 and 250 Knee Pant Suits go at i Our II 360 trIO and SiOO Knee Pant Suits go this isale all styles Cream tho Stock Big Boys Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth 5300 and 400 will disappear this clearance at S Big Boys 7 Si 9 and 10 Long Pant Suits choicest assortment Canc and worsted chovioto Scotches unfinishmetfworsteds etc Take pink and fit this sale 198 CHANCES + i M HBY mm r R MER A I l1R1 Ii 0 75c Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes I k Ladles Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth 125 go in this sale at per pair lIens Suuday Shoes In lace Bud congress worth Ci SI511 will be dlbed out to at per pair Men s SI5 and shoes will be 100 dark Tan Black VIci anti real I leather and Ishoes go in this sale at SISuch Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods Allwool 30inch wide Serge Henlrettns cheviot effects novelties 1t ing reservedaa1 I Organdies that were 25c and per yard now 12Hc in this saleitmohair io tl ttSiper I i Poplins and fancy weaves all wool width Goods Former price Sand per be in tins sale per yard Nothing IJ t i Clearance on Ladies Readymade White Readymade I Jreatestbar a4 i C Not an article entire 7 store untouched be far reaching a clean sweeping a sale for us must room for our fall stock and time see to it is to actually give auayaiid throw out several thousand dollars of goods we to our customers and let thuin by our attend jl lIiIIsCamlet1 JAslI when you come for these bargains l refusal of credit for this CASH CLEARANCE SALE itake room and to fill with jII W D OLD iAlll COMPANY If RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN remedy of Sarsaparilla great excitement at A few of nf hi Sore difficulty of a Corner say to at If to Sarsaparilla cures fteling- Do of plea to no of that for HoodsSarsaparillrt It health my of accompanied by in gave we tAn we not Chamberlains and I by a Va sale druggists If sense of at little olf impediments performance of assM in ensure skin druggists tt fS is surplus convulsed to Prices Wash go ignored competi dishing in at S2C9 of in sale 11 of your in at Sec Mens they 189 per I are 4 in at in we vRespectfully an No one knows time unbearable torture time peculiar and a caused by Piles unless they have suffered from them Many believe them incur able This In mistake Proper treat ment will cure them Tablera Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible cure Irice 50 CUlts in bottles tubes 75 cents at Perry Thomas drug store atig2lin Time seasons gold output in time Klon dyke may reach 20000000 To Cleanse The Sy lem Effectually yet gently when costive or bilious to permanently overcome ha bitual to time kidneys and liver to a healthy activity without irritating or weakening them to dispel headaches colds or fevers use Syrup of Figs made by tho Cali forum Fig Syrup Co The Grayscn graded school will not open until August 28 Your Turn Next Everybody has a cold sometime your turn will come Keep a bottle of l r BnllV PineTitrHoney at hand and Ito prepared for an emergency This famous remedy will euro a cold before it gets fairly started or after ii lisa sot tIed but the sooner you take it time sooner you get well25c at your druggists r Callards Snow Liniment gives in stant relief in cases of IHwMting ItnriiH Bruises Scalds Cuts etc lrlee 26 ami 50 cents at Perry Thoman drug store auj2lm The law against shootin dovca os i1IjTetteiThe Intense itchingnod smarting inci dent to these diseases is 11I5t11111 allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye arid Skin Ointment Many very bad jasoo h i have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for itching piles anti t favorite remedy for sore nipples v chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cmljs Condition Pciwdcru are just what a borse needs when In badtcondition Tonic blood purifier and Termifnge s They are not food but medicine and the best in nse to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 icnts per package volunteer lire company has beyn organized at Sobroe llerbinn is well adapted to the euro of fevers of nil kinds hccausti it thoroughly cleanses the utomacli and liowuls of all bilious humors smith expels all impure secretions of the hotly Price 50 con In For Sale by IVrry Thomas druggists aug2 1m 150 150 150 i III fl It It N fl ftfl iinjTruiminnnnnjrutrinnjtnnnriruirinnnnjiniirur lOUR 150 WONDER f 4 c I 0 5 it Po H j t t t I V VciIitve this Shdti unfll the different lasts ih both Heel and Spring Heel in both Button andjSfei Thisis tho greatest Shoe onthe market Conic and fce for yourself- BOOt4ShOCSttfiGOfltS Furnishing I V v re o glas tight COjl f Nbysnnnnnnn fl fl fl ti II fl fl n II fl fl ftnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnn I fl n wwwuwwwwuwwww www u n1 t jt L L5O I j j 15O r 15O l 7I J I IE IEf 4 q r fj- I l I Ji u n =c j t T er WITjjiLTT 1rw4 1llr j J j1r III 4r JIi IIII o c J f r e I ljrlntsholIS thYOuJ h iAlumi iil hu 4Our Goods Otur prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial tlllli ffi1 3 ii1iaSDJ1B nJ JiJ The Indies cannot be deceh edV by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with I WniteAND Gibson j SDR CALDWELLSN Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine IRotary Motion and Bearings r or HIlle hy him Grass Furnituro Co Rlchmll Ky t 0sa zI3 = 3I 0 1 g g JJ 2= ESI ig Z jg s tc JII c0 0 Oooooo r zI 0 rrr r 0 Is ggggg8gg= z I I tI = = = = = = = = I = tt I o o = o a q = tJjj c IcIii 3 II roo aSSeSEE3 i Itr If ttt2i DR CALDWELLS PEPSIiN 1 SOUTHERN RfllUflY IN KENTUCKY Gcbednle la effect June 11 1800 tEASTitoptm No IJ Na No3 Lv Loul TlUf 40am 4Upm 745pn 9crpOfAr VersatlkRlltuOam 847pm lOODpn Ar 715pm ICLKpn WE8TDOUNn r o d Na 2 Na 4 Lv Lexfngimt rpm Illao 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AND BOWELS THE 3VSTE- MpLEFFECT1JALL OVERCOMES G Jf OAG fEVERS H4ITUAL COISTIPATlONPERMANENTLY ITS BEHI I tffECTS Bur THE GENUIMtMAMT 0 OX g rI ITt SYRvP rga u ao UT1U JanSly +++CALL AT + +++ d1T11iSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssssssssssi Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY STILL SPRINGSI White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN JijN 1st T T B R h On the R N I B Railroad and the Kentucky River in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery Thu White SnlphnrJs specific for skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in tho house gjff For further particulars addressI bl J M Thomas Propr maylMm IRVINE KY 135E- GQNOMIST RANGES en CiLI f The jtI tiltI toe tr1 1H Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LLDUEMITfl i REGENERO COMPLETE BLISS Great Restores Lost Vitality Makes the Weak StroaC I13NCII RE 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MARKS DESIGNS pm COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone ending a kolcb anti description ia ey aninyentiontlona itrtctlf conOdtmtliL Handbook on Patents patentaTatenU ttperiot notice without cisrjc lathe SdtItif JlwtrkAIL handsomely llloitritfxlwwlly Ijireetj cIi eolation of any wl nUfla Jnnmal s reari fonrrooatlu Sold by all neWto MctL t Yorkchk I I cd I si I GOV BROWNS ADDRESS A CLEAN MASTERLY DIGNIFIED PRESEN TATION OF THE ISSUES OF THE CON TEST ADDRESS DELIVERED AT LEXINGTON AUGUST 2ND Hon John Young Brown spOke fervently at the antiGoebol etlng held in Lexington last Tuesday He said Fellow Democrats I have met today many earnest men I see before me the comrades of the past the grand fathers and fathers and the sons that party of Jefferson and Jackson in whose service I have grown gray Ap plause From the time I cast my first ballot until today I have never hesitated to support the ticket of my part in an experience stretching back for wore than the span of an ordinary human life Today I refuse to do it Great applause One timidfrieud said to me Consider I have considered and I speak to you my matured resolution He remarked it may have some effect upon your future ambition Gentlemen Robert E Lee said that the noblest word in the English language was duty Applause He said it in a letter that he wrote to his son then a student at the military academy He said ponder that word for it embraces all the moral rules that God gave to men Duty I art before you this evening in obedience to the prompting of duty Applause We meet in an appropriate placethe Athens justly called of Kentucky Your streets havelbeen trodden by the feet and your halls have resounded with the eloquence of illustrious men Clay the Breckinridges the Marshalls the Menifees the Frestons Chief Justice Boberson and a long line of others have given contributed to the renown of our glorious and beloved old common wealth And if it be that the dead take heed of the living this evening as those mighty shades in solemn procession move in their majestic march watching interrestial affairs in my minds eye I see them beaconing to is and approving the courage of Koutuckiaus applause who are here to do their duty to history to the present to their children and to their children after them to preserve self government GOVERNMENT A FARCE Without that your government is a farce Your constitution is a mockery The name of Clay will go ringing down the ages thousands of years from now and like the great names that have come to us from Greece and Rome what sentiment he expressed is it that has outlived all other sentiments It is this when he uttered the immortal sentiment AI would rather be right than president Applause And the man that fails in his duty the man that is forgetful of his duty in this hour in this critical hour of Kentucky lila tory is unmindful of the results of the past is reckless of the consequences of the future The eternal preservation of liberty depends upon eternal vigi lance You must denounce and resist every encroachment upon your rights because the great isle of the time is strewn with the wrecks of the institu tions of men that were ruined by the debauchery of their citizens They were indifferent to their rlghtsin their indifference to present policies rather than to eternal principles Applause You lately framed a constitution in Kentucky Let me read you a section of it Section 151 The general as sembly shall provide suitable means for depriving of office any person who to secure his nomination mark you or election has in his canvass or election been guilty of the unlawful use of money or other thing of value or has been guilty of fraud applause intim idation bribery or any other corrupt practices Applause And he shall be responsible for acts done by others with his authority or ratified by him Applause This section was by request from the audience read the second time That is the present con stitution of Kentucky- Is there a Geobel lawyer in Kentucky here or in the limits of the commonwealth having the least self respect that would be willing today to put his name to an opinion that the nominee of the late Louisville convention did not fall within the inlmbition of that section of the constitution Applause You wilt see that it says that the general assembly shall provide Upon exami nation of the laws I have found that the general assembly has not done its duty It has not provided for frauds except in elections The law does not refer to fraud done in nominations but under the spirit of this constitution under its honorable interpretation Under its application as was intended is there an honest man in Kentucky today be he Republican or Democrt or prohibitionist or populist or what not that can read that law which is the supreme law of your State and say that had the legislature done its duty and passed the law that they were commanded to pass by constitutionthat even if this man were elected any honest court in Christendom under the evidence and under the proof that men within twenty feet of me here can furnish but would not turn him out ApplauseIThese be no idle words that I speak to you I speak in soberness and in earnestness and in truth and I speak to the manhood and dignity and the selfrespect to the love of selfgovern pIecesHowlips They express to the uttermost the nerve racked condition of the body which makes life a daily martrydora it thIs conamon suddenlyit unbearable But the gradualstrain each day on jUte nerves A little more drain each day of the vitality Any woman be glad to be rid of such a condition Every woman tries to be rid of it Thousands of such women have been cured by Dr Pierces treatment with his Favorite I Prescription when local doctors had entirely failed to unpleasantdrainsinflammation and ulceration are invited byletterguarded as a sacred confidence All letters are promptly answered and mailed in envelopes without printing of any kind upon Favorite Prescription If is in the full est sense a temperance medicine containing neither alcohol nor opium or other narcotic in any form Accept no substitute StarkcGOhioconstipation and female weakness auq doctored nonofwhomeenedtoand I tboceht I would try medldnes I did so and with good results Took one bottle of otIk1 am cured of my troubles thanks to Dr Pierce to1t1OhD perIic c C jc Y rt How To Gain Flesh Prsonsh1 been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMULSION It is strange but it often happens producesthedigestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able ordinaryfood fore and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking MiS BffllSfOB You will find it jut i as useful In summer as in winter aftd If you are thriving upon it dont stop because the weather is warm soc sad tloo all druggists SCOTT DOWKE Chemists New York ment that resides in the heart of every man that resides in this country If anyone of you were called upon to pre veut fraud in an election in the convention could you make it broader or stronger or more comprehensive than it is now I think not NO OFFICE STAINED WITH FKADD I said that I had been admonished by one friend to have a care for my future I wrote to him so far as my past and my prospects for the future were con cerned I was ready to cast them to the winds and that if I knew that I was going to my political grave by all that I hold sacred I had rather occupy that grave than to hold any office within the gift of men that was stained by fraud Applause Believe me with the daily walk and conversation of my life before my fellow citizens with my official re cord on tho books I have lived in vain if even my enemies can challenge my integrity or dispute the sincerity of my purposesNow am not here for mere declama toIevery that he is a Kentuckian and an Ameri can citizen What is the dearest right you have Voice in the audience self government Suffrage With out that your rights are a delusion The man that tampers with the rights of the humblest citizen of this State in his vote he is a public enemy he is worse than an assassin and the moral atmos phere of every community would be purified if the scoundrel were made to put on the felons stripes Applause I am not here to indulge invective That is not argument lam not here to blow interferred with even in respect to the horns beat the drum sound and flurry signify nothing I want to talk to sober earnest men about serious acts and ask how far can it go 8AFEOAKD OF LIBERTY Dont you love your home dont you love the vines that your wife and chil dren have planted which in this glorious summer are budding around that sacred spot Dont you love the roof tree and the shade dont you love to look out upon your fields even if you andIdont you thank God that your lot was cast in this country of liberty The children climb your knee and kiss your cheek and toy with your hair your daughters grace and adorn the home You are its sheetanchor and protection What gave you all this The blood and the suffering and the lives of the men that put before the world the Declam tion of Independence and won in that war of revolution which result vras our present constitution of the United States the grandest offspring of human rea son and the noblest chart of human liberty Applause Dont you want that daughter and those sons and your childrens children to have protection of life and liberty and property as we haye had it If you do then never for get what Robert E Lee said that duty Is the grandest word in the English language Applause Never forget that which Clay said and I wish to God that both expressions could be written in letters of fire upon the skiesthat all Kentuckians could read them today I would rather be right than presi dent I have in past speeches glorified the history of this commonwealth I have spoken of her illustrous sons and of her renown in peace and war Are we to lose it all Has manhood lIed to brutish beasts Are wo to be called up and voted like dumbdriven cattle Are you ready for it Cries in audi ence Not No- IIIQHEK TItAN PLATFORMS Here be questions that rise above party platforms Here be fundamental rights that have been invaded and outraged Will Kentucky submit and if you submit today what will be the con sequences of the future It is a serious thing to me to part with the Democratic organization I ail yet a Democrat Applause When I say part with the Democratic organization I mean a false ticket of that party Applause And after mature consideration as I have told you I nut willing to support it because my manhood rebels my sense of duty protests but if I faltered in that duty from any selfish consideration of the future I should feel that I was a moral coward and should blush when I went home to receive the kisses of my wife and children I dont believe that a truly brave man Is ever driven by popular clamor Let him stand four square to evey wind that blows Let him be like the transalpine oak the firmer the rootis the ruder it blows- I look into earnest faces I want you to go forth from this convention and tell your neighbors the alarm bell has been rungand it is time for nienwho love Kentucky who love Democracy who love home rule who love the dignity of Kentucky citizenship to stand together like ft band of brothers and save the wreck of your party and the destruction in all probability of your State Applause I give you my hand of fellowship and in comiug years when I am gone those of you who may stir vIvo mo press the grass that may grow greon over my grave I beg to yon to do honor ttf my memory and save There sleeps a man who was loyal to his duty aq he understood it by the light that his God gave him applause contin ugd appl useIOnrvbaby was sick for a mouth with severe cough and catarrhal fever Al though wo tried runny rotpedies he onelHl1utoNnce Jrln jlighi IQ Lekia IerTyTJionias t t II et l Volcanic Eruptions U tI Are grand but Bkin Erultionsr b tile of joy SlucklenV Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Cornq Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands chilblains Best Pile curepn earths T rout Pains and AcIre Ohly Solents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druegests p DEMOCRACY ON TOP Just as a prelimnary the following is a partial list of the speeches delivered on Monday last August The Hon G G Gilbert and W B Smithat Hichmqll17 lThe Hon J C W BeckhiiW at Burlington Boone County The Hon Evan F Settle nt Frank fort Franklin efiuntj Thu Hon David R Mnrry at Mun fordville Hart county The Hon C C Cram at Falmouth Peiidtoton countySThe Hon S W Hager at Prestoiis burg Fioyd county TIle Hon Henry D Allen at Dixon Webster county The Hon J C Beckham at Paris Bourbon county The Hon Samuel II Crpssjandyat Bentonqr rslaUcounty 4 The Hon I H Goodnightat Madi son ville Hopkins county The Hon Tt W Simms Jry at Camp bellsville Taylor county The Hon W K Howell at Murray Galloway county t Y The Hon E F Peake at Lebanon Marian county The Hon RJ BreckinridgeTaylors ville Spencer county The Hon Chas K Wheeler at Hop klnsville And the campaign has hardly begun The shower that spoils a womans new bonnet is a rain of terror Stury of a Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease in the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how sucha slave was made free He says My wife has een so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she Is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This upreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache faint ing and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists A nutmeg may be great but sooner or later it will meet a grater Irritating stings bites scratches wounds and cuts soothed and healed by Do Witts Witch Hazol Salve a sure and safe application for tortured Utah Beware of counterfeits Perry Thomas The happiest days of a mans life seem to be in the near future Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dytpep sia are such that it cant help doing so The puh lie can rely upon it as a master remedy imperfectdigestionin American Journal of Health N Y Perry Thomas If a mans simile hes just as good as married or just as bad Hamilton Clark of Chauncey Ga says he suffered with itching piles twenty years before trying DjiWitts Witch Hazel Salve two boxes of which completely cured him Beware of worthless and dangerous counterfeits Perry ThoIDnsiIWOMEN HT TROUBLE The Approach of Hotherhood is tho Occasion of Much Anxiety to All Every woman dreads the ordeal through which sho must pass in becom mother The pain and suffering which is in store for her is a source of constant anxiety fear and dread to say nothing of the danger which the coming incident entails The anticipations with which she joyousI ward to babys coming gives indescribable dread of ordeal when she fully realizes the critical and trying event which will soon approach and have to be endured Women should hail with delight a remedy which insures to them im munity from the pain and danger incidental to childbearing a remedy is now offered and women need not fear longer the hour of childbirth Mothers Friendis a scientific liniment and if used before preparestheand changes it is undergoing insures safety to both mother and child and takes her through tho event with com parative ease and comfort This won derful remedy ia praised by every woman who has used it What woman ia not interested in Mothers Friend This wonderful pricelessthousands of happy mothers who nave used it during tho most critical period of womans lifethe approach and culmination of motherhood praisefortheir most trying hour and when most needed Ever woman may some day need Mothers Friend The little book Before Baby is Born telling all about it and when it should be used will prove of great interest unfl benefit to all expectant mothers and will be sent free to any address upon RegulatorCompany SEND ONE DOLLAR T Ml 4U natate hektIbtn- umber Inches around body at arvtct optofleek mUh ukwk State vbetber you wlib colorwantedandwwe erbJwr To JrAnLaATies a iIird5155 rdOI You esa examband try it on at your exprea office and U ion dd It the best toads mote tjlisb toanythingyontailortools wondertuiyan ynu overheard a tkinpmi atM 5IIOLa sass liartMiAT 1500 nlu tatui Ett r0ryrnSf1 oMoa sIts 4Hy meaivre errors creep In and sow muSt fniuaoramut lAte and to keep our etoca clean we shalt e1ol them put at Ois liaLJ PEStS and leu than coot of cloth tine a 50 iS These suits wore made to measure at 1500 to 1800 tram line Foreign and Domestic all wool euOmera wonted mottoes sad cheviot cloths la llgllt medium and dark tjuiea silo plain effects mad tn very Iate t 1I1thll Cuing and trimmlnneoat satin piped taneyrm bjeiiIIkandiinen Mwintrknl oI r rji t i orM select the exact klid end atriawant nnti4ai It tyrzct awum and when you Jet U It yon do not oa it Is to every purpose exactly the tune ai It originally made to your messes by TuattlSoouilflOO or by your own tailor attaM isetsyvatutnu Sedra Roebuck Ii Co Chicago tan BMtaik c an taanacM rsUbtSlSIIori KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aklsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or digestantandtonlccan approach It in efficiency It III and nentIyeare epela Indigestion IIertbutt aSickshlOtberresuitaoflmperfcotdIgtIaI zcsaIeby a o j t f h i V ia XcntuckYJIDates y The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far na reported Columbia August 224 days Alexandria August 225 days Louisville Coloretl Fairjugust 22 5 dam Germantown AUIYust234 days ii adbend Augist 234tlayi tulbYViJleA dst dais Springfieldktlidaatt LaGraDge August 303 days Florence August 3O3 days Elizabet town September 54 days Bowling Greonepteinbc lrrl days IGlasgow September 20 4 days Guthrie September 274 days Horse Cave September 71 days Owensboro October aliIluys County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond ladison county first Mon day ff Lexington Fay tte oudt eecpiid Monday 1 j f Sfanford Liucplnicounty econdMon day Georgetown tJcott county third Mon day Y Danville cagnty thirdilonday w Niciiolasville Jessamine cnuntythird 1Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday is UI I I UIIWMII L I AM 88 any It give quick and permanent toilet in grlpaa It makes weak ungs JletCfclle Peducsh Ry II a lIa t a a a a a 1 TRYII CANDY CATHARTIC 1 me m 25c SOc 4 ar If a man is in tho righthe doesnt hdve to get mad about it DeWitftf Little Early Risers diet me more good all blood medicines and other pills writes Geo H Jacobs of Thompson Conn Prompt ant never gripe they cure constipation arouse the torpid liver to action Rive clean blood steady nerves a clear brain and ahealthy appetite Perry jfc Thomas Julge Farmer Neal of Bell county at his home in Pineville last week Pittsburg Central Stock Ws EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged lit the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always attendance for export cattle and other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Manager may313m YEARS OLDaMnsrerniwlremedy Honfy UaaClOUl1ndroldS than pleas mind died jn all Ring out tha old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true Wf f ag to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTart oney Natures 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 The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out i the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS BattUo Only 25c 50c and 100 SIxtB BE SURE YOU GET ih Bells PimTarHoniy For sale by Perry a Thomas successors to W O White sttwt fTheyre the best J g e Thats why you want to see them before you lRIymean our tInsurance1 Gasoline StoverC fFPDONLY AT THE H Casllaifcre Store of jfj DWGLAS SIMMONSi t tit L Vv Screen DU1s Water Coolers Btj13l tors i Champion Bin c dcrj lMowers I BrRkes t v iMntlewne Etc 1 mc4 1 Je I iIti IIJc 1 i i 1 SEND NO MONEY NITHYOUloaOERllhl I I a we wlI enl yu HIH DftADlClgOPCAIIIIET UWIKU ijrrtlnHC ti u Ljl is fa vv JV u iD7 prfml aftlbrtclwr eitctly a repre rnltd jqsI BMUM tlktn ugh u SUO0 TilE InoIIUflDICKiiBEVARE OF IMITATIONS babeonmwhu wy our Al Tcrtliuirnu ortennn s 015Cc rrtoui name with anRILURUtTMJ BLJRDCIGoon mitxs wrsoTnatjT IIIJT iii asset IIIMI e nisszctsFtnl 1Ik ItI1 I iri Rt u p B USa a DMPYJESIlI1ut 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I E1EAKELF RD MPAYJ + MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 1Y 7f 71 71 71 71 5Th Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PBOPUIETOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery AVork will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in till r8r- of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all clasws of buyers ffKlR W G GOUCHER one of the host workmen In Centra satisfactcryorkinwhich will be furnished on application DrYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED a- JKITOES T H7S7VULTON Proprietor A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYEIb jgI 030 r1 oi rn 1iU Q- If dllut PILE BKJ1UBE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TuBs BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JttSK F BAllARD Sole Prcfrfetor aID North Main Street ST LOUIS KO For sale by PERRY THOMAS DruggistsJanl5 i I SPILECURE WHY SUFFER AGONY guaranteedtoMi Knife I No Interruption of Business I The first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and cure you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Piro Department says I Alter years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means of brin1JngyounT yoatlcrfnl medy to the attttitlon of others euf Ii with Price LQO Prjid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHA1TANOOGA TENN CURESPILE LJQ- V31 4tr x tiJf