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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): August 16, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899081601_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): August 16, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. LxBM RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 26. -- RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1899. FREE NUMBER LI. For Rent! Choice of three good oilice rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hard- ware store, Main St. m residence, with modern conveniences. eight-roo- Also very desirable GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. H boautv of finish. . The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a guarantee of its excellence. HARDING & RIEBM. SUITS THE POCKET, the eve and the ear. All the Pianos and shown here are instruments of merit. They possess every thinjr essential to sweetness and strength of tone and Orn-ans W. MILLER. ATTOBNBr-AT-LA- H. G. KENT, Agent, RICHMOND, KY. - HldlMOXD, Kbmtucit. Office in the Durnam Dulldlng, next door to feb3-l- y armer's National Bank. Patronize Hone J. Attokneyat Law, -- line. Insure vonr dwellings, barns and all other property In the Blue Grass Insurance Company, of Lexington, Ky., a home institution. KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Gives protection airainst Fire. Lichtninir and Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable OlhVo over Taylor's Hardware store, op- company for the people of our county now operating in the State, and getr cheaper ever posite Court llmipii. on Main Street. year as long at you continue in the company For further information call on their agent and collector, 8. It. B. BLACK. Attorney-at-LaII. II. HOGG, Richmond. Kv . office on Main Street. ATTORNEY AT LAW. opposite Court House, next door to State Bank .E Trust Co., second tloor. Kkntcckv. IticiiMOND, J. II. CARTER, Pres. Office No. 13 First St., tip stairs. 31 30 maySt-tC. C. BOSWORTH. Sec'y. y J. C. & D. M. OIIKNAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Krntucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen-ault- 's grocery. FREIGHT PREPAID. W. R. LETCHER, Atlomey-atrLaw- , mm wtmm H awns USD FOURTH AVK.. KiniMoNi), Oflicn with T. .1. Covington & Mitchell's. Kentucky. Smith, Jr., over worn mch22-C- T. C. Lovvry, Atlomey-at-L- a WHAYNE M'K'O fn . LOUISVILi.. Forth is rtyle new high arm lewinr U J Uir.' V WR macnine trim ments war. JIM xsnten jorears. umachine itiot satu isi.iciorytn3ooaya r money will be re-funded. .Send cash witlt order, re. acnt'tive circular sent on applies, tion. f ml i; KY. iv, Itichond, Ky, Moborley Building. Lumber For Sale! I have atmr mill, near Waco, about three hundred thousand feetof lumber which I will sell at mill or loaded on cars. For further particulars call on orsddress J. At. nUWalAK. o JulyS-Sm- PHYSICIANS. DRS. GIBSON, & GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, Office in the Joe Colin buildiug, iS and so ond Street, over Wnuc olil tlrueitore. Sec17- - ... oi-e- r Waco, Ky. NOTICE! All persons purchasing anv nroduct raised on the farm of the undersigned, areherebv warned to pay me, and no other representatives of ray lamuy xor same. .11116. 11UWAUD W. UUimiiUSUN. jlyie-4- w CIIAS. IIOOKElt, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. d SEND US ONE DOLLAR store recently up stalrx, by Richmond Harness Co., East Main tit accu-pie- Hichiuond, Ky. apr"-l- y COOK (4T0TK. by freight C.O.D- - cubject to fxamtnatioiu . C. Oiln-- Medicine ami Surgery. JASPER, M. U rratlier ----- your frrlzbt depot and If found perfectly Mtlilictorj 4 Ifc si Tel. I'hulie Ht Hiiildiiiir, Alain Street. rmiilente (the Orr iUce) on UriMtlura) Richmond, Kentucky. M atT Bin. una you w ever or hecrd nf.pmy tbo rKKIUHT IGRJCTnT fTtAlMt G. W. EVANS. D.," rxiti. s 3.00 Um tli 10 or 4rKCUL I'iiybXian ami SumiJtoN, Hiciim.INI). Krntucky I) It. T. .I.TAYLUlt, Kn I'rnclituniir in Medicine and Surgery, Krntucky HM0N11, -- Ofllce and residence on Becond Street. it white ron UBin FREE L. I tent with CTrl E7 CATALOGUE. nr tir.UU freight cbarsre Thlt itore lc rtteNo. C oren 1 tnd 16Hilll top Is txZ3i riuuie from U& pig Iron, citra lirxc flue, heavy covers. heTy linings and grates, large oven shelf, heavy oven door. haodAome nickel-plateornaraenUtloits ant trimming, eitra Urge lerp, genuine BtaMikh preUU lmd rvnIr. haod ana lorae larrs ommrmi dspo. nt mi Mvr w f'irnWh rBKX an ettra wood grate, makingbh. per It a feet w4 Vawv. nit ISM R A MMlIXC CCARaSTKa with fvery rtove aJid guarantee Mfn urlivery to your railroad station. Your local deair wond charo ya U.pa for rnea a ftove. tlir freight It only about 11.00 for at Icaat iio.no. Ailirno each &M mile. S EA RS, R O E B U C K CO .(INC.. CHICACO, ILL - imiUiHiwr.) OUin, ImIiu lr iu.m iktiiapr.l-C- .t DENTAL STJROEin op Louisviixk, Ky. arOfflce next door to Ooverntnent Building, Richmond , Ky. Office hours 0 to 1 to 4. 12-- imirr, ALIVE are now offering you 20 per cent, or off on everything in our verj' large stock of Wall Paper, from 5c per bolt "We one-fift- h noTl7-l- y Ql. FRED SMITH, DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same ofllce lately occupied by Dr. W. W. BurRin. JnnlJ-l- y Dr. Louis If. Landman No. BIS Went Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at the Hotel Ziramer, Richmond, Ky., ou on up in price. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1899, returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Relcrcnce every physician of Richmond, Ky; lel)16-l- Mid Summer IIS -- SHORT LINE TO H! 1 Prices On everything in our line. Get prices from all the cities then get ours land you .will see ours will be the lowest. Wo handle, notliinff btitthe beBtradc8. Wu mako to orrior nil kinds ol of I'ailitB in any cnlor. Wo make to order nil kimls of Window Shades. ! New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. .11, Pullman Tourist. Sleeping Car. leaves11 Lonls- xnnrsaay mgai.. anu iuui iuiuuj,utiiic cTcry mi to San Francisco. Ask vour ticket acent for particulars or write to R II. Fowler. Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kv. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. A. II. HANSON, O P. A.. Chicago. Wu niuko to order U kinds of Picture Vrninets, Wall Paper, l'aiuts Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, etc. Stnck the lnrirest and prices always the lowest. WM. A. KELLONB, A. O. P. A.. Lonlsvllle. 209 1 W. UK STEEET. RICHMOND, KY. Time ot Trains at Winchester, Ky. WBST BOUND. SterlisK ad Lexington Accom . ... Eaiiern Kxpreas tor Louisville "' . ifew York Limited F. F. V MU . . tSStm 7 30 am 4 60 pm Dr. Goldstein, $ The Optic Specialist, TO will. Tkirtday, F 8yUbr 7th. fLY. IGHM0O RmrumH TWO BAYS r EAST BOUND. ... 9 15 am Lexington and Morebead Accom 11 58 em New York Limited F.F.V. 6 80 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 pni Washington Expresa Accommodation trains run dally except Other trains run dally. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For Information, rate or sleeperreservations call oa or write,. K. IIOOD, Agent L.iN.Ky., Richmond; Ky. or OHOftGKW. BARNEY, O. Rr., Lexington, Ky. D . , . . BQu-day. Nicholas ville, KY., Autr.7, '09. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES HAIR SWITCH All Work Guaranteed. A. T. Chenault, Etq., Richmond, Ay. A SPECIALTY. Deak bin: I havo rend with srreat ON EASY CONDITIONS. mm M V.V Pfcr Cat tMs ad. oat tnd roa.ll to tia. Send a luteiest the Genealogical Memoranda until atunpln of yotirh.lr,eutclottotiie rooia. suiiaufluixiiwe win make and of the Quisenhorry family including HUMAN ffJalT1 JX?" Po114. riNtmade t HA13 SWITCH "H antra, the Uheuault and other pioneer fami octet long from Mlecttd human hair, IK oaner. short Btcm. Wm will intMnm Tks Lttilng Specialists of America I lies that settled in Kentucky from 1783 la packaff with witch afflrlentftoNtafrtt prnmij pMiftianarr Mimura it to u ii to 1700, and as late as 1803. By your 20 YEARS IN OHIO. bat It found rz&ctlr u reDmntednd most extraordinary vata andyoawiah nephew, Anderson Chenault Qulsen- 250,000 Cured. w irepit.ntw wm un,vumj mil wititia 104ftarT4KK 0X0KH8 rOK 1 SWITCHC? Makes the food more delicious nnd wholesome berry, of Washington, D. C. Every AT tl.W KAl'il amoRjr your friend and end to oi wittiest aj wetoaend hotm, una aowoeo eo.. new roan. descendant of the early pioueer settlers WECURESTRICTURE the 3 switches to them direct by mall, to be raid for 10 dan after reeelTtvd It 2nd Richmond, Ky. of Madlton and Clark couutv, who have I prfectlyatlkfactoi7r--Dd7McaRtaaaat- t Thousands of ronnr nml I men are troubled ttm4jmtm for7artrhl. UiMta niaa-TiiththisUi?rac many I descended from the Quiscuberrya and urj aa, Mviaf nifkiiri, i uuwiMvwutij, Aurjr iusy naro a smart OKbn, lurBltprr, TTatckef, The Sensational Vaughl-SmllSltjrlf,' Race. NEWBY. ing scnMuion, small, tnistlng Mrcum. I Obeuaults ought to have a copy of sucl Caaifraa aad atkr MValai for taklaa FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING. sharp catting pairs at times, (light di- - j rdfn for Oa? Swltcact, Oar lady mit4 Last week was jammed full of exrite-au interesting history, which gives in a PUa la flflf a daja. ra Ifwltg Xatrkla charge, difficulty in commencing, weak I US (!tsu )rtot m Hwllh I onrans. emiplon-an- t all Ih&ivmniAm. n.d. Conrhas put on new life and will tnent, due to the Street F'air exhibits, detail tho descent and origin of the wriieio-aa- y of nervous debility they havo Kl'UlO j A4mt ir itt-r- . nnu wnai win country touts UlUu't 6ee various family connections of the mnke nt least CO per cent. Laaies' nair emporium, wnicago. iuiifbr voa t lei doctor experiment on roo. tretehini?. nr tinrW Quisenberrytj and Cheuaults. Many of yoa. JhlswillnAteureyou.asitwillrr-- l Dr. Shelton.of St. Louis, has located free of charge wasn't worth over 60 .?nV.-.0NFW METHOD TltrJAT- cents a head. But there was one sensatlio families mentioned in the work at Aewby to practice his profession. UE.ni; DorDa tho stricture tisfne: heneo removes the stricture permanent Iv. are the descendants of those persecu The farmers are rejoicing on account tional event not down on the "keanls," It can never return. No pain, no tuffer- - I pity it is that only a select few ted French protestants, who fled from of tho drouth being broken by a beau and in, no ucicnuon irom business ty our Goods u BGAuaiurEanparopircBstn-enewitnessed it. It was a two heat race the South of Trance during the reign tilul supply of rain. Tho nerves are invigorated, and or .Louis XIV. It has been estimated mannooa returns. between Mr. J. W. Smith's black pony iao ous oi Cut The Price In Two. Ou account of rain the Friendship and Dr. Clarence H. Vaughl's roan by Dr. I ranees L. Hawks that fifty Baptist church was not dedicated last ItorBetlmt has dusted every other four-foottnousana b rench Huguenots settled In Sunday, July "Thousands of vounr and niMillcnml 30, but will bo InSeptem men aro havlnr their sexual ijrnr and beast between Bear Wallow and the American Colonies during the first her. Our Reduction Slioe Sale has just vitality continually rapped by this disten years of the reigu of Louis XIV, thePattio A. Clay Infirmary. These ease. They aro frequently unconscious opened. We are olfering unmatched of the caufe of there s rmplnmr. Ueneral There is no Taylor Aid Society in old two animals had beaten all competitors In 1715 he died after a bloody reigu of Weakness Unnatural Discharges, Fail-tu- g bargains in Shoes lor Men, Women Manhood. .Nervousness, l'oor .Hem- i0 years. In 1707 Lechaess his confes Million district. We Democrats art- but had never contested for supremacy aail Children. Never before were Shoes for tho nominees from A to Izard, right between themselves. slou persuaded the King to believe For weeks their sold at such prices, aud owners hnd been casting defiant that Uod would prolong his life if he or wrong. Mrs. V. B. Newby had her right glances nt each other and making re- l'art;. etc. (JIEEr and BTKlCTUltK wouiu issue another orderfor putting rnaybethocau'o. Don't consult family . . to death every protestant family con- hand amputated last Tuesday about uuiTKH .uiat wouiut unvo precipitated n doctors as they have no expericueo In these rneclal disearr don't allow nected with the wine and salt trade of four inches above wrist, on account oi uuei in oiu times, out as both are Qnarka to r xperimeht on yon. Consult To be had. We are making hpocialisti, who h.i e mads a life rtndy of model Baptists and Blue Lick is their tho South of French. In Brouago and au aneurism on wrist loint. Uiseares of Men and Women. OnrXiKW room for our immense stoek strongest touic, nothing more serious MKTIIOU TIIEATMKNT will Olenon a dozen protestant families' had of liotits and Shoes for Fall Bismarck's Iran Nrre enre yoo. Ono thousand dollars than a wordy war resulted, which, how the monopoly of the trade in wine and for a case we accept for treatment and aud 'Winter. Was the result ol his splended health. ever, cannot cure. Termsuioderaloforncurc. eventuated in a dial elite for n salt. The wealth of Alencon Dassed Indomitable will tremendous energt race between their respective steeds. through their bauds, nud in the city ol CURES GUARANTEED are not fouud where Stomach, Liver. Mr.Smftb trained his beast on the lied lloueii, thoy We treat and enrei KUTPRtONS. ou au immeiice I commerce, especially with ..the Dutch. Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. Houso and Stony Run boulevard, I" 11..V.M11I1. uiruiriAuii rtr,jnrii Those of Caen sold to the English and If you want these qualities nnd thi which is as smooth as a new corduroy $4 00 Men's Shoes going at $3 ES. KinNFAnnd TlLAInRUDI-...,- . succefs they brine, use Dr. KineV road in South Carolina. He drove up , t.i .r . " Dutch merchants, tho linen and woolen i. FREE. POORS -- CONSUI.TATION 1 ou men s cnoeH going at, New Life Pills. They develop oven aud down the rocky road daily write for nC,b'" cloths manufactured In Normaudy. It when 3 00 Lsidies' Shoes going at 2 for U0ME SSISSffin?"" can be shown from history, that to the power of brain and body. Only 25c at his neighbor, Col. Gizzlewced Calla2 00 Ijulies' Shoes going at II Perry & Thomas, drug store. 0 DRS, han, hailed him willi the query, "Hello- protestants France owes her commerce Jeems, watcher trying to do with thai at Bordeaux. La Itochelle. nml tlm WALLACETOK plow boss of yourn?" Jim. Moruiaupnrts. In fact, nearly all the A large assortment ol 122 W. FOURTH STREET, retorted, "Plow boss notldn'; this is silk, cotton, linen and paper manufact Oxfords, just the kind CINCINNATI, O. Corn crops are going to be very good. Pony B.. 2:30. He's a trotting horse." urers were supported by thcm.and their every Lady wants. At Mrs. Dr. I'erkius visited her father "Do tell," quoth Old Gizzleweed. and, tanneries at Touraine were tenowned prices that will suit the having learned from Mr. Smith that throughout the whole of Europe. This last week. Bedroom Suites, Dressers, Rockers, and in Couio poorest pocket-boomagnificent prosperity, uear the close early and get your pick. T. J. Kinnard has just returned from his pony hnd been metamorphosed fact everything to be found in a First-Clas- s into Poii v B., 2:30, he went down to of the reigu of Louis was annihilated a short visit to Bed Lick. Furniture House. These goods the post ofllce to spread tbe news. by the Lechaise, the Jesuit confession, A number of the Wallaceton people Meanwhile Dr. Vaught's roan nag are rare because of style exceptional who persuaded the Kim: to believe visltod State Lick on July1 29. had staggered into shape as a trotter that he was doing God a great service because of PRICE. Rev. Kelley, of College Hill.prcached under the euphonious title of Perjured ill putting to a cruel death every here at tho M. E. church, July 30. Clarence, 2:25. By Monday Inst lioth tic in the South aud West of France. England, Holland, Germany and the Judge Lunsford paBsed through town horses had beeu liardeted so that they Ametican Colonies all received tho fly-i- with a nice drove of sheep, which he could go a sixteenth of a mile without running, aud then the rivalry became Huguenots, the uncultivated banks sold to G. A. Ballard. aug2-lRICHMOND, KY. of the James river, in Virginia, were by Miss Pattie Todd, and Messrs. J. B. keen. Mniih vowed hisl'onv B. (not these French refuges transformed into Wallace aud A. F. Caldwell attend named for Pony Beazley, of Garrard) SEND ONE DOLLAR fields covered with rich harvest. All ed the Institute at Richmond lnt was a second Suuol, while Vaught de naiTtruULTLXTTSKnu WlJTID, aailwe will wnl clined thai he detected in his horsu all Von br rtlRht, rnUGHT Virginia admired the flourishing state week. run. c. O.IL, f SUbjKt to examination, k.a4MM of their model farms in the environs ol Mr. J. H. Dunham, Jr., of Wolch- - of the qualities that made Col. C. D. K.J.1 Ulu S.rVI. Ontr. Cheuault'u Proxy famous here last slM, coarnatln(r safe Mariuikin. In the State of New York, burg, Jackson county, passed through EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY delivtrr Kt.Ml.ait at ar frvlafel S.pat. and tho founders of New Itochelle, recoiled here on the 6th, on his way to see hie. week. ' reThe man is who baa a good, The race was to occur just after the liable carriage nnder him. sound, can nwuj a rrjwTwaia. "mmmmWm'' from no fatigue that might render pp He 'best girl." ta S.4 at bb. ta Fair ou Friday veuing. l'lie Iree turn resi secure in the thought that when Ml.ll a.l 110.00 ta.t ductive the virgiu laud on the shores M Rev. Bobt. Braunumon gave us a pike between Lexington fnltkt he has one of our wpII inadn, reliable (1(1.00, or UaSprlal .t of the East river. Men, women nnd aud Richmond lecture Saturday evening, "Exposure was to S9.08. phretons, carriages, runabouts, whale- ptttrVrln. aunt be the battle ground. In order children unceasingly lalwred uutil they bone Kpeeders, nr rond carts, that cotno with order. Wa of Moroionieui," which was very interto add zest to the raeacotipleuf special what may on the road, his Wagon never f.MJtk.frtlrMI. 'vaiL-i.,ii- .i converted a wilderness into a smiliui: esting aud instructive. t.iiarit. friends were invited to enter the race will give way. We have one of the auc.r Jsaaama landscape, and in South Carolina they made, cat, Mrs. C. U. McWhorter has returned as fluent stocks of road wagons, rocka-way- s THiHAlClfiMtOUVtlTfil(H ftyle, from traced. ea.tlt;al reared magnificout plantations on the J. S. Crutcher with HarMeiU aaaiHtracUale, You have horse sense. Then don't be a donaaaarifa and rubberttred hneuipa in IUeh-mou- Blafl CfaiQ(-al- ttarMllnt fite, Oiatfta aad larfcfa alt a Italy athai, to banks of the Cooper. The agricultural home after a serious illness at her his black Bill Taylor, 2:08, and Cabell JOHN D0NELS0.V, Prop'rn lSUtfoftUaattUt lTriltriirlBatli?ralltriattfttir4. fathers at Paint Lick. We are nil triad Chenault behind little Bill Goebel. key sind go pa out $60 or $70 for a macolony ou the banks of the Santee surAddrets. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO. Kentucky Carriage Works passed all others in the same province, to seo her back in our midst. chine when you can buy one for half 2:59, consented to go along. The trot Mr. W O. Anderson and family at ters started nt Governor McCrearyV although the refuges were nnaccuB- that price. You can get a machine like tomed to such labor. The revocation of tended an ice cream supper at the aud were off to a good start with Pony the above cut, with which we will give !!:"!T!JJT:T?i the Edict of Nantz and other persecu- Glade church Saturday night. Pro- U. in tho lead. Peijured. Clarence was guarantee, for tions that were aiterwanls waged ceeds ol tho supper were about $25. close Up. aud pretty soon forged ahead, against the protestantB of Fiance, had but he was running like n Futurity Heniarkatle Rescue. their reaction in tho fearful attrocities candidate, and the spectators implored . Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfieltl, III., the judges to observe the methods by of the French Revolution of 17U2. In . conclusion I will state that among the makes the statement that she caught which Vaught's horse gained the lead These machines will be sold for a.. cold, which settled on her lungstshe was Meanwhile Bill Taylor and Bill Goebel descendants of the Huguenots in Kencash or monthl payments. Anytucky are the Hardius, the Jauuaries, treated for a month by her tainily phy started to run and a I mast kicked a. the Brocketts, JJesbas, Dtjaruetts, the sician, but grew worse. He told her Crutchvr and Chenault out of their thing to please our customers. GuetrantH, Cheuaults, the Saltees and she was a hopeless victim of consump seats. Vaught a horse stopped to a .- Bronaughs, who settled with the La tion and that no medicine could cure walk at the railroad bridgo until the Fontaines aud Maurys, near Freder lier. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's Doctor stood up in his buggy and im' icksburg. Va., in 1719. John Peter Now Discovery for Consumption; she planted his foot iu Perjured Clarence's bought a bottle and to her delight rear. Inspired by that kick Clarence Sallie was the founder of tho American a. D02PT FORGET IT braiich.inany of his descendants live in fouud herself benefited from first dose. proceeded to burn himself up. He had a.. She continued it use and after taking a gait like a frog, but he covered the Jessamine county, near Keene. No country has ever had better citizens In six bottles, found herself sound and ground, and it looked all over witii the 9S)a).)o.. it than the Huguenots and their de well, now does her own housework others, when he suddenly quit again. scendants. The instances are rare in- and is well as she evurv was Free Then in a matter of fact way Smith's a.. deed, in which one of that stock has trial bottles of the Great Discovery at Pony B. slid past and won the heat in 220-22- 2 W. Main Street, been charged with crime before the 1'erry & Thomas' Drugstore, Successors 2:30. Fonv's record, with Crutcher and to W. G. Whito, Largo bottles CO ceil Is Che nail It's horses all over the pike. tribunals of the country. Many hun a. DAY PHONE 23. RICHMOND, KY. 6 dreds of them are among the great men nud 1 00. Bill Taylor trying to take the fences as NIGHT PHONE 23, a.- and women of our country, some are SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY. hurdles, and Go hoi apparently trying a.. great theologians, orators, judges, gova to stand on his head. . ernors, generals and admirals, greater The return start was at Wm. Arnold's ANDERSON COUNTY FAHt.LAWKENCE- a.. patriots never lived or died in defense gate, the finish anywhere this side of Choice Styles in Lawns, Dimities, Wash BUKO KY., AUGUST 0 of civil and religious liberty than the Big Hill, or till one horse dropped dead French Huguenot. Truly I wrote to Bates one fare for the round-trip- . Crepona, Piques, Ginlmnis, mid a EBaaBB ABI'X" PHI I Ff"lT - StronKet , Southern Glrli School Cnrricnlnm. Dillard liuutur aliout the other book Tickets on sale August 15, 16. 17. and or quit. In the midst of intenso ex iiai ,w aasfl a iu crrruttaiB, mi jti nt an j tripr wwaaaaMB- at. Six UnniaaTes, without citement tho start began. Bill Taylor you loaned me. He has not nuswered All going at SLAUGHI HARRQDSBURO, KY. wlir rt. and Orsrao Director. 31 aa.extra cliarftc. Perbiiles. 1 Ozmii. I'iann at. for morning trains August 18, limited my letter. tiring Mnlc Director. Grad. Iiy. Col tt Mnlr, Monirh. ISnperb adTanta?r in Art and In Ktorntlon. S. M. I). at. had been withdrawn, a chunk of mud represented more 3 fltatei.. America lor fwauty ilacrea) utianrpMaetJ for return August 19, 1809. TER PRICES Sronnilf tome. Number limited.Id Term reasonable TII.Ita atmlfnta have frea. (Alumlnns ofthan of Va.) SMITH, A. M., Untr. from Goebel' hoof having struck him a.. STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. iu his good eye The Lying Clarence Jlyl2 - 8vr aaaa. LEXINGTON, KY., AUGUST 1G. took the lead and threw back such big a.. .. Bates one aud one-thirfares for the clouds of dust that the others had to round-triTickets on sale August 16, lay up a hundred yards In the rear or a and for morning trains August 10, go arouutl ten yarns to pasB him. 3 Smith hollered "Foul!" and scared limited for return August 19, 1899. .' SHELBY COUNTY WHITE FAIR, BHEL- - Vaught's boueyard into running again oa No Plaster, No Paste, No Cutting, No Suffering, No Detention Pony B. took to walking, then to runUYVILLE, KY AUGUST a From Business, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay ning, and finally to actual trotting, a ) a Rate one fare for the round-tria feat which so surprised Joe Chenault, Unless Cured. Tickets on sale August 22, 23. 21. aud OUT PRICES OX ALL a.. for morning trains Auuust 25. final who wns Mr. Smith's companion, that a a. .. he almost fell off hU seat backward. a imit August 20, 1899. The b'urgconV knife nnd burning plasters and the Horrible crude methods By this time Jno. Wagers' comer was I)a.. a heretofore employed iu uu attempt to cutv cancer has bemi forever displaced by B1IELI1Y COUNTY COLORED FAIR, reached and Smith's Pouy bolted for his a the advent of Dr. Keuister's New Serum and Anteeptir fluid treatment. Tins 1111 a discovery works a new era in medical science nud HiiHorers lrom Cancer, Liumrn. SHELBY VILLE, KY., AUG. 30, You feel the blood rushinc stable and Vaught's roan, thinking tho a a.. 31, SKIT. 1. along. a ITlcoru, Tuiiiora. Utiitre ttud Kistula can certainly be cured witliout the horriiilt-torturDoctor hnd a piofet-sioua- l -call at Jake But what kind of blood? atleiitlinj: the qtmck uml ittuiiaiit methods in vogue for a century. Over Rate one fare for tho round-tria Collins' ran into the lattei's bitching That is the question. witliout a laiiute is tne evmeiico to prove tue merit . a tiftv well denned-citM-i- i Ma. Tickets on sale August 30,31, ami morn post. Fraudulent Clarence was then Is it pure blood or Impure thi iiiinorinntAinedical discovery. This new treatment is the result of a thor Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular a ough scirntlUc study of malignant diseases aud is based ou the most rigid tcien-tili- c ing trains September 1st, final limit two lengths to the good, and the race blood? If the blood is impure then principles. price SL.50, can be purchased in the September 2ml, 1899. was declared a draw, although charges you are weak and languid; a of cheating, fraud, a LOUISVILLE COLORED FAIR ASSN., aud counter-charge- s your appetite is poor and your next Ten Days for $1.00 All others a digestion is weak. You canlying and stealing wete indulged in by LOUISVILLE. KY., AUGUST a'.. ,I)r. Ileirister liolds gold niednls from lead'ng medical colleges for proficiency . not sleep well and the mornreduced a u UM'!-ea"otbe principals, who will have to settle Rate one fare for the round-trip- . women, aud for the pant ten ye.iis lias cunlined his practice tole-.nal- e ing finds you unprepared for .. race on their dispute in a siitferers II i disJVnrie ot recent date or tue cure ol malignant diseases Tickets on sale August 25 and 2C, final the work of the day. Your tlm Fair Ground track. cheeks are pale and your coma is ifiiH to the L'reat increane of cancer of the womb fad teinale breast. A well limit August 28, 1809. ..aeaa euuitiped sauUiiriiiin is eliiidovetl .by him at 10t Court street, wbere his entire plexion Is sallow. You are Latkk. Joe Chenault savs that Mr. LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY Smith Won both heats, but young Maliiuiii tlllt l.i ilevoteu to lemmu Miueror-- aim uiaiigiiaoi. uwruaro. x buiii-iitroubled with pimples, boils. a to women or ui.y manner of innlitriiaut growth or sore, or some eruption of the skin. FAIR, LOUISVILLE, AUGUST a any diseaseuud colm .Miller, who used tho whip white a.. of tir aoe and get an honest expert opinion ... lull writo a wny not purity your blood? Vaught held the reins over the roan, -Rate one fare for tho round-tria freo. t. uieo can tn untie al home. AildiesM, a. Vaught finiaht-last heat a Tickets on sale August 15 and 1G, final declares fifty yards ahead ihe the Stouv Tjf in a jug All sizes, good quality, at limit August 21, 1899. For. fuither in- Hun sieed. Ju a cae like this, where a.. Cost. And 'remember our formation call mi ma rest agent South- each m,iii is noted for veracity, we OS 106 Court Street, Memphis, Tt nn. a leave our readers to taUe their choice. ern Ry. Wm. Tyloe, S a.. Clothing. Suits complete at , G. P. A., Louisville, Ky, A. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly aa a... Wholesale Prices. digests food without aid from the stomQuickly cure constipation and rebuild ach, and at the Kama lime heals and anil invigorate the entire Kvstem the diseased digestive Organs. aa never gripe or nauseate DeWitt's Lit It is the only remedy that does both of -- a aa tle Larly Klsers. Perry Thomas. these thiugs and can be relied upou to aa permanently cure dynpepsla. Perry & nt A Kansas City Judge on Saturday Thomas. aa i as last rendered a decision that will in aa i "Yes Aits' The? Are All Qm4." ''3 a terest an tue boys that :iave sweet a of tliis Re- Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to j bend-thiA young man of that city hearts. x, ftotiee gad Imr two cent . aa ". will do it. Take It a few days Jac!:sonvilI; daily via the Queen and Crescent and a - duction Sale. Come to Me-Kee- 's hired a iivery team to take his sweet- stamps per copy for the following a and then put your finger or connecting; lines. Through connections to Tarapa, as heart out driving, and so informed the sheet music, to introduce (the list price your pulse again. Yon can aa Miami or He - .' Orleans, with fast Steamer Service when you want to liveryman. The team ran away and is 40 aud 60 cents each.) Vocal: as feel the difference. It I to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and S demolished the vehicle. The livery "Well, I Don't Kaow What To Do," stronger and your clredrlfl Respectfully, save money. San Juan. Low rste round trip tickets. man brought suit for damfemg. The 'Ringlets,'' "My Sweetheart of Years better. Send for our beet mi :::ZZ Tic Train Service ii perImpure Blood. 'Judge ruled in favor of the young man, Ago," "Cohhs Hmm to Mother." s fect In detail. Fast sched aa If yew are blltaiH, tke nud told tbe liveryman that lie ahouTtl "Sweetheart Um," ''The Hlack Sheens , Ayer's Pills. They greatly 24 hrmrs to JjJ.sou have given the'voung man a team that Fwnd," 'In the Harbor ot Havana," aid tbe Sarsaparills, vU', 54 how 'vl They he could have driven with or.e hand, 'JestiH Lover of My Sow I," (Qt ) "Our r. fl,,.!r,f,fi 1,. 1 cure constipation aleo. 4, A ( kuoWing that he Was to take his swt-etBrave Laddiee." ItttrfrttMeiitKl : "Fair m s' .i Bank fcliotthetee," heart out driving. Wrtto them freely all tbe partleolftrs GmtuI March," "A'lrShHi Waltz," "St, You t'II ncorn a la tom wa irifel c'.'rjinnlu. i C3iS.aE?" One Minute Cough CHreqky cures Geiirjeo Command cry Marcli." "OklajMuiHi,ua. lAWdU. olwtinate summer coughs and eold. "J 1 w lit homa Waltz." 7cntiP for DO censor ,L JkSL)l w'4k'ir.-.quick- ; ! it a must wciidi-rfa- J and sato." W. W. Morton. i 14 for Ti. AddrwHt Iwtic Doki, Pttb., .Maylicw, U w. i'orry & TIhmss. Indiatipulis, Ind. Royal IUkino Powder h 1 wm L. E. LANE, Street, ur d. 'Irii al MA Prices! WECURE GLEET ed - a . The Best of Shoes Never before have such goods been displayed in Richmond as can be found at my place of business. pori-tive- ly j Think of These: i i : Kennedys Kergan cold-blood- Ln-tlie- b' k. Rich Goods Poor Prices. at ug Freeman Bros., y 1.1a paco-tnakur- s. d. it ta iaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaaa THIS WEEK'S )9.. Special lead es Come, vu &wA hzz )... Reduced Prices NEVILLE I0BERLEY, 15-1- 8. ffti Ub Dtmumuii i t ii Put Your k Finger on Your Pulse d p. A Treatment That Cures Cancer. 22-2- 5. p. .a sin wmm p. .a .a ( e .a FEMALE DISEASES- 22-2- f sure-enou- v "lit u 16-1- 9. w5 a p. a,... "( aa ". ..a .a ..as PI or dn ;- -: Havana - Tsilrft-nilvfintatr- e . .Ii-j- - "Odd-Follow- OWEN ti !MEE i 1 sofl&aH n (J The Richmond Climax. A. CMUAMlT' i -- Proprietors and Editors. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, - - 1899. PUHI.:S1IK)IVEKY WKDNICSSAY BT The Climax Printing LMtlCK Go. 1'Klt YKAK, $1.50. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOK nOVKHNOlt, HON. WILLIAM GOEHEL,, OF IvIIXTON COUNTY. J ; FOU I.IEUTKNANT CS0VKKN0H, J. C. W. BECK AM, OF NKLSON COUNTY. Foil ATTOHNKY OENJ1KAL, It. J. HRECKINRIDGK, OF llOYLK OUNTY. FOK AUKITOK, CiUS COULTEU, OK UKAVHS COUNTY. FOK TKBASUKBK, jS. V. IIAOKK. OF 110 YD COUNT V. FOU SHOltHTAKY OF STATU, CALKIJ OF ItRKCKINRIDK HILL, CUItK COUNTY. OF AOKIOUJVTUKE FOK t'OMMMMIOXHK . I. N. NALL, OF JBKFBKSON COUNTY. FOK BUF'T. OF 11ILI0 INSTUOTION, 1L V. McCHESXEY, OF LlVIJfOTON COUNTY. FOR IIAILNOAI) COXMlKblOXBU, Si). DIST. CO L A- - W. 1 1 AM I ITON, OF MT. KTKltMXU. FOK KKFKKSKNTATIVF., HON. W. W. COM ISS, MADISON COUNTY. ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN 0. CHKNAULT a candidate for County Judge, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. FOR COUNTT CLERK. We are autboriied to announce ARCH KAVANAUOII DOTY forCountv Clerk, sucject to the action of trie Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce C. M. RAY-BUU- K a candidate for County Clerk, subject t the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorited to announce D. R. TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the aetitm of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce JOHN F. WAOBK8 a candidate for Sheriff of Madison coaatjr subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. MALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic Iwty. party. Weare authorized to announce P. R. I1ROAD-I- I U6 a candidate for rlheriff 5f Madison county, subject to the acticn of the Democratic party. FOR AS8BSSOR. Weare authorized to announce JOE OLDHAM a candidate for A unmoor of Madison eoaaty aubject to tX action of the Democratic patty. We are authorized to announce JAS. L. HAKRR a candidate for Asesor of Madison eoaaty aabject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce OEOROE KOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison comity, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G. W. llBATHKKACiK a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, of the Qlade District, a candidate for Assessor, aabiact to the action uf the Democratic party. FOR JAILKH. party. We are authorized to announce PBTER O. 1'AHKISH a candidate lor Jailer of Madison eouwty, sMbject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for one term tmly, subject to th action of the Democratic party. FOR We are authorized to announce JAMES C. LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, sabject to the action of the Democratic CHIEF Or FOLIC R cratic party. We arc authorized to announce J. H. a candidate for Chief of Police, subject to the actio u of the Democratic party. ALL-MA- N We are authorized to announce EVERETT BBKKY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond , subject to the action of the Demo- Can hiiv man continue to call liim self a Democrat while giving comfort ami most effective aiil to tlie allied forces arrayed against Democracy? CiFiBrower&Co Lexington, Ky. i) Mo 6i sis Priced Bed. Tlio popular jChillonicr Folding Rod is a iloyelopinont oitlio most progressive factories and jitit within tho reach of every homo; a safe, convenient, comfortable piece of furniture. Safe Because there are no weights, no springs, no complicated machinery required to nperute it. Convenient Because you ban put a mattress, pillows and the bod clothing required for the coldest weather, mnko it up ready for occupancy thou fold it out of tbo.way;. Comfortable Because ' it hat) just the samo springs and mattress tlir.t a more expensive bed hits, and they are good. Desirable Because thoy are so reasonable. Wo havo them in Oak or Importod Mahogany for $12, 815, S16 and $20. CF.Brower&Co,, main and broadway, scvti ty Lexington, Ky. writer ought to bo able An will knifo him. In so doing they have her home in Richmond after spending peels fewer than expected went from GentU OldhanTat; IRIchmoira, but these hadlieir 6hqw, of trjjget tfrjjji good ciicular. mado a sorry spectaclo of themselves, fair week with Mrs. Will D. and gave Mr. Bryan the opportunity to tho Bronstons on Socond stro.OK-Le- xromlnee&...'for. J. u. uiark vas 'HThe silent watches of the night hang " fchairmaSof thoCommittee on omi- jyl show the stuff of which he is made, for ington Leader. of jewelry stores. L. Arnoldwas made Presinatious.-W- . he has again declaied he will come to r. andiMrs. A. T. Chenault rati Only a- strong minded woman can tho State to help Goebol. Tho incident on Thursday from the Geutry'tfmilyJ Tettstho sweeter story io htartarMylihanl dent of tho C,pun AssbclatiSr? fojthe the announcement ihhi- - the heMtfPgiver is a distinct loss to tho bolters and n ensuing year. Capt. S. FTSock, Secre keep her'cnlendar torn off in Missouri. They greatly en HoocT s SorsaparSta., r, you take?" tary, and Thos. Thorpe, the distinct gain for Mr. Bryan, with all joyed their visit and were the recipients and The good men die young, but the bad tells of the birth of an era of good health, for Richmond. Rev. Geo. Ames nearly always outlivo their usefulness. men who love to see a man, more of many distinguished attentions. .Is 'IXt tho Palmer-Buckne- r Democrats it is the one. reliable specific for ike cure was made tho courage at larger A man naturally looks pail after kick- Tho return of Rev. J. K. Smith and of all blood, stomach and Urjcr troubles. saved tho "integrity of tho nation," especially a politician, with the Tho of his convictions. for the others family. from the South was, tho, .source now the Brown Bitters Brigade justify ? j lingithoj bqekot. njagitejrial disiriqts trc(a8 fbllojvs: their bolt on tho grounds of saving the I.n-- September tho greatest of Demo of sincere gladness M their many boxtown, John . Shearer; Union, C. $2 00 A DAY EASILY MADE. integrity of the stato. It is a differ- crats, Bryan will come to Kentucky friends. They have had a deserved C. Waller ; Elision, .Billard Fialder;. ence not of kind but of degree, and we torn week or more, to sneak in bohalf Lrest Qf about four weeks in ijoorgia Yates, CoTtls-'FrPar-k! TSfadbr Or H We want two hustling men or wideknow what Bryan and Democracy. Mr. and Mrs, II.. C. Shinn. oftGeortre- of tho regular State ticket, stopping in PaIm?r;'iarBVfill?;rre.ir,,V'r-buckles- ; awake boys to take subscriptions for by such righteousness(?) Richmond for a day, as per his promise town? and Master 'Ronald Oldham, of Million, C. F. Brock. J The Prairie Farmer at the fair held in Estill SpiingsTifOn a tedious illness. Deceased well known W. B. to Gov. IlcCreary It was during Governor John Young Smith. He will be and Hon.over the this city, are .at Mr. and 'MrsShipp throughout. tliS cASiitt-- ntftl hioIlK jHo year. Big money can this county-thiinfUill. their return home whirled o'S the faw lheteedJutnTml jyuH-.on- e Brown's administration that William be mado by our special plan of work. J). OJdhami in.lhis respected. State in a special train, making three will yisibMrs. SdkoCTimRicharason. oKthefGIaH- - First applicants will secure this work. Goobel killed John Sandford, and it is " of tj. Mexican Ajf ' ' ?' surging city." f aptliTollSl the Send one or two references, and write said Brown oflerert Goebel n pardon or more speeches a day and going into iagor and) healso gfimAS, barProf. R. E. Roberts, of Rich'mohdt fought during 'War'beT Aveon .the, ex;djstinguislie4flr,,extiiiguishedlDemo-crnta'cbmrjosed-o'- f' us at once. Address ThePrairlo Farmbefore trial but it was scorned, Mr. every Congressional district. Great ifolin Svhallon nnd er, 1GG Adams Street, Chicago, 111. Goebel claiming ho had committed no becues will be given at different points representing Central" Uqiversity, was States. He leaves a wife and two eons? crime, and in this he was upheld by the for the accommodation of the multi- in Ovrenton this week. We have known' to whom is oxteudejl the sympathy bt Bazil Duke, of 'the; L. iuid 13JT., Billy Breckinridge and Bill Owens, Allen R. courts, being triumphantly acquitted. tudes that will assemble to hear Bryan. Proi. Roberts for ftjlong fime and.iie I3 all their friends. How's This? He will be followed by the eloquent an excellent- - young man. owenton Carter, of DickKnott; of Wo offer One Hundred Dollars ReRiCE.Tlie many friends ""of' Mrs? is second only to Herald. Editor Waltox is hack in the sad- Bailey, of Texas, who ward for any case of Catarrh that canFountain- - Rrro; nenrlhiBT dle after a trip to the Thousand Isles Bryan as a Campaigner; Stone of Mis-sor- i, Mrs. John M. Prico and daughter, city, were pained by the announcement Covington, Kinsolving.poor old Tom not, bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. Altgcld, Illinois, Teller and Thomas Mi Lila, of Kansas City, will arrive and a hundred othor places in the F. J.Ciiesey"&Co .Props., Toledo, O. Turner and others who join with them Wo, the uudorsigned, havo known North. His comparison of Lake Erie of Colorado, Taylor, McMillen and fur-le- y in Irvine this weok to bo guests of rela of her death, on Friday last. Sho had in loudly proclaiming that tho -- Democratic F. J. Cheney for the Inst 15 years, and to raging St. Asaph creek in Stanford of TennoFBee, Daniel of Yirginin, tives and friends. They will also visit long been a pnticnt sufferer, but the party must bo purified, and who perfectly honorable in all is appropos, but Commodore Perry Towne of Minnesota, and more than a relatives in this county before return- tender ministrations of loved ones was to accomplish that purpose seem willing believe him business transactions and financially an unspeakable comfort to the last. eont no messages to President Harrison score of other great national orators, ing to Missouri. able to carry out any obligations mado Deceased' was the mother of Messrs. to pull out of the party, odoriferous by their firm. in 1813. according to the arithmetic we who have already agreed -- aye, volun D. Oldham, of the Busy Bee Edward, Davit, Richard and Fountaiu purificationists. He might have truthMr. W. Vest& Truax, Wholesale Druggists, teered to come and help redearn Ken studieij. Cash Store, this city, and Messrs. Rice, Jr., and grandmothor of Z. T. fully prefixed mat to tho adjective. Toledo, O. tucky forover from Republican'sm. In this connection ono of our friends WALLniso'i Kissas & Makvix, WholeCharles and Ab. Oldham, of Mt. Ster- Rice, who have the greatest sympathy James B. McCkeauy is tells a pertinent story of tho order of sale Druggists, Toledo, O. a Democrat and Is alWe reprint, by rcquest,Gov. Brown's ling, loft Monday for Chicago and New in their loss. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interwintd? goods "Woons. Tho death of Mrs. Lizzie J. the Rank and File, which existed in nally, acting directly upon the blood ways at his party's service. Ho will, speech before the conference at Lex York to'purchasefall-anlike Congressman Settlo, in addition to ington, August 2. In so doing we aro for their Btores in this' city and Mt. Woods, rolict of the late Rev. W. H. Estill county a quarter of a centnry ago. and miicdtis surfnees of the system. per bottle. Sold by all drug Prico attending to his duties as a membor of fairer than our friends whp requested Sterling. Woods, occurred Monday August 1 at As the story goes, an olden time gists. 75c Testimonials tree. preacher who had boon in the Mexican half-pathe Campaign Committee, make a num- this favor, for few if any of them went Mr. Mat S. Cohen left Monday at four o'clock, at her home, in Hall's Family Pill's are the hist ber of speeches for the ticket, begin- to hear Congressman Gilbert when lie. noon for Orange, Va., where he goes to the Mulberry neighborhood, aged sixty-tw- o War and War of the States, had quite a aug2-lning at Williamstown Monday, Aug. spoke hero on court day for the regular act as the single judgo at the Orange years. The cause of her demiso following in the Pine Top region, and Always pay your milkman spot cash. 14. Owenton Herald. ticket, and yet they would be dissatis- Horse Show, August 10 and 17, on sad- was a complication of troubles. She had it was whisperod that ho and his friends were always prosperous about election Never request him to chalk it up. of indifference on dle, harness and high school horses. only been bedfast for ton days. fied with such a show What is true of Madison is true of our part to a movement that has With year they formed them-solve- s Mat's keen eye and excellent She was Miss Lizzie Logan' and a sis times. Ono othor counties, the bolting movement is avowedly for its purpose tho dofeat of into .1 secret society which thev judgement we predict that its only a ter of Rev Dr J. V. Logan, President headed by back numbers who have no' Democracy in this State. Gov. Brown matter of a short time when his ser- of Central University at Richmond, called tho Rank and File. The old other way to win the title of "promi- has lost one hundred and fifty thous vices will be sought after by the various and Mr. Joseph A Logan, of thiscbunty. preacher had a brother who lived in nent politician" without leading a for- and friends by making this speech and horse shows throughout the United Her husband, who died about 35 the same neighborhood, who was of the lorn hope. And these back members we do not mind losing him a few more States. years ago, was a minister of tho Presby- earth earthy,, but who was honest and in turn are being led by a railroad cor- by reprinting it. dealt fairly with his fellow men. One Rov. T. Bronston.Rey and wife, of terian church. The deceased lady was night poration abetted by tho Republican this honest brother, slightly afWe will wager a button to a ginger Nashville, have been -- visiting1-their a true and consistent member r.f that party, ,1s that Democracy? they have not read Goebel's May- - father, Dr. Ray and family, at Buck- chnrch, and was highly esteemed for fected by too frequent doses of mooncake shine, was passing the schoolhouse y Ik the Brown convention eye. John L, another son, of Rich- her many noble.traits of character. at field speech delivered Saturday. where the Rank and File wore having As the Brown bolters hereabouts mond, is with them Lexington should adopt a free silver The funeral services were conducted Miss Mary a meeting and, unobserved, he walked yesterday .morning at half-paresolution the Louisville Post and Col. read nothing but ten Burnside is visiting her cousin, Miss Breckinridgo, and tho L. & N. and a newspapers, they should open their eyes Florence Burnside, near Paint Lick o'clock at the- Lutheran Presbyterian in and took a seat The preacher brother was presiding, and giving the whole passle of the "loaders" will bolt to tho position of tin newspapers in Misses Julia Mae and Natinie church by Rov. John B. Gordon, after his own section of Western Kentucky. Gaines are. in Jlichmond visiting which tho iutcrment took placo in password.explaining the grip and other again. This might necessitate aiiothor intricacies of tho order. During a lull convention, and thus our bolting Mr. Brown in all his life has not had friends Miss Pearl Ross' has re- Grove Hill cemetory. Shelby Sentinel. in the proceedings, the worldly brother any more loval or faithful friends and turned from a pleasant visit to.. friends-iDeceased was a sister of Rev. Dr. friends will bo in tho soup sure admirers than Leigh of the Paducah Logan, of this city, and her arose and meekly asked If he might inenough. J. Vi Kirksville. LancasterRecord. Tliis quire tho purposes of the order. The News, Meacbam of the Hopkinsville Mr. and Mrs. Cassius: Clay ajid jgo.n, husband, Rev. W. II. Woods, was a Chairman announced that if no objectMcCiieary spoke at Williams-tow- n, Kentuckian, Bakor of theMadisonville Gov. brother of the late Thos. C. Woods, of y ion was made he would tell the inquirGrant county, on Monday. He Mail. Givons of the Madisonvillo Hus Cassius, Jr., came over from Paris to attend the Fair and to meet Lobanon, father of Mr. C. E. Woods, ing friend tho purpose of the order. the palate craves something met Judge Green in joint debato and tler, Haag of the Henderson Gleaner, this city. No objection being heard, lie stated light and dainty the Enquirer says our follow citizen and Berry of tho Uniontown Telegram Mrs. Stone, who arrived from FrankTo satisfy these demands fort Judge Jack Miller and his wife, that tho purpose of the order was to eviscerated the Judge. Concluding a But they can not follow him out of the of Richmond, are at the Phoenix. long article the Enquirer 6ays: prevent vote soiling. Tho worldly easily and at small expense a Democratic party, and in terms of ex brothor arosannd returned his thanks selection of choice edibles For Chief of Police. "In McCreary's last speech he "fairly treme regret they bid him goodby. In Judgo Miller has at the Fair and exskinned Green alive." He refuted all Kentucky not a Democratic editor, hibit of horses and cattle. ..."Mrs. L. Capt. James H. Allman is announced for the information and said: "Well, should be made from our every argument he had made, and at its N. Heacox, of East Third street, is enall I'vo got to say is this : If you fellers stock of close took a vote as to whether Green whether his personal relations have tertaining a party of friends from Rich- for Chief of Police, under the ncwordi-- . was a bolter and ought to resign. been intimate or otherwiso with tho nance making that Office elective by all stick together, you'vo got tho var- Fancy and Staple Groceries. mond. They are Mr. and Mrs. 'DeathNearly every man in the house voted distinguished the people. Ho has been a police mint treed " has been erage and their childron yes. Only ono man voted no, and he and Miss. Lota office for years Here are a few suggestions: drawn into tho revolt bv his action. and is known for his was aliopubltcan." Feland. Loxington Morning Herald. 15c Canned Chicken courage, courtesy and vigilance, and CORRESPONDENCE. August 10. Canned Salmon 0c 3)c would make a good chief. If he never bofore deserved tho title Develed Ham 5c 10c The following persons of Richmond L'5e Salad Dressing of "Littlo" Georgo Matt Adams, that and Madison county attended the Elks Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point Comfort. WAGEIiSYIZLE Olive Oil Joe 45c once constant office-holdDr. Eugone Hume is in Cincinnati on Fair deserves it held at Lexington last week: The quarantine existing at Norfolk now, having applied for the title in '90 businoss. E. Deatherage & Co. Messrs. John B. Chenault, Cabell and Old Point Comfort on account of EkMH county. when ho sulked and worked against Dr. L. H. Blantou has returned from Chenault, W. W. and D. R. Tevis, Wm. yellow fever having been withdrawn, Miss Rhoda Wilder is recovering Wood Longmoore and now is workimr a visit to Paris. and Sam Bales, Mat S. Cohen, Bob this is to notify all concerned that the from a spell of fovor. hard against Goebel. There ato other Mr. L. E. Lane visited friends in Walker, Richard Gentry, A. S. Coyle, Chesapeake and Ohio railway has resuch Democrats(?) who owe all they Mrs. Joshna Kelly is recovering after Neal Anderson, W. R. Letcher. Jr., sumed sale of tickets to Old Point ComScott county Sunday. ' are to that party which thev habituallv a soyere attack of fever. Mr. J. H, Nell is visiting friends and Nat. Reese, Hindbaugh, Ben Williams, fort and all points affected by the try to ruin whenever they cannot rule excurBrute Duncan, Jas. Hamilton, John quarantine. Tho Misa Mamie Wagers has returned it. little Matt fouaht the Confederate relatives in Harrodsburg. Sexton, Z. T. Rice and son. Dr. Phil sions to Old Point Comfort on the sec front a visit to lelativesat Waco. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Old'uam spent soldiers in war and in peace, and John In pursuance of nn order of the Madiond and fourth Tuesdays will also be Roberts, Waller Traynor, Joe bauford's Confederate friends will not Sunday at Estill Springs. John Griffin was arrobted Thursday, son County Court, entered at its July H. G. Kent, John Goodloe, resumed, commencing with the second term, 1SU9, the undersigned. Stato Bank look to Mr. Adams for counsel or leader: Judge Elbridge Broaddus and family Henry & Trust Co., of Richmond, Ky., as asWhite. Bijou White, Frank Tuesday in Scpfembor. '. Round trip tho 10th, and taken to.Boonovillo. ship. returned to Missouri last week. French, Richard Taylor, Cnlvan and tickets will be $15, limited to 21 days. Tho wind storni Friday night played signee of John Powers will sell publicly, tho premises, in Madison Miss Annie X.IcKee left vesterday for Burgiu Taylor, Steve Shanks, Wm. For full information write HON. Wm. GOKRKL formally oiiaiipiI havoc with tlio corn crops in this sec- countv,on near Silver Creek, Ky, on G. W. Basset, Luxon, Jeptha. Chenault, S. R. B. tion. tho campaign at Mayflold on Monday a month's visit to friends in Chicago. Div. Tass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. in the presence of fi.000 nminln. Mr. Mr. Robt.E. Little visited relatives(?) Black, Sam BlggerstaiT, John T. Misses Mamie Scrivener, and Annie Thursday, J. T. Marshal, G. E. Dozier. Goebel covered the whole field of po- in Winchester Friday and Saturday. Cosby, of Richmond, are visiting relaOpen Air Concert. litical controversy in a courageous, Mr. John Ray returned Monday from Joe Powell. John Cutsingle, E. S. TayThe Richmond' Military Band, under tives hero. beginning at 10 o'clock, 11. in., to the convincing manner and reassured his a visit to friends and relatives in Dan lor, Wm, .Embry, Dan Harbor, Eli tho direction of Prof. Robert Mitchell, Mr. Clay Mooro is rejoicing over the highest and best bidder the following Evans, Dan Williams, John L. Baxter, nearers that the banner of Democracy ville. property, viz.: A certain Tract of Warfield Bennett, Richard Campbell, will give an open air concert on Friday arrival of a fine boy at his homo last Land 'located on the waters ot Silver had been placed in the hands of a brave Miss Jennie Myers is at homo after a night, in front of I ho court house. Ev- Thursday. Creek, and on tho Silver Creek and and brainv standard-beareKn visit to her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Myers, at Clyde .Hart, Ciaude and Sell Devore, erybody is invited to come out and Dr. A hi jah. Monalaus turnpike, containing 433.52 Wm. Devore, Don Wiggins, Robert speech is tho whole Democratic cato-chis- Lexington. Wilson has rented a room acres. The farm has been surveyed by Pulley, Walker Parker--, Joe Tevis, Bud hear the boys. Tho following is the from Mr. Gentry Park, and will.supply for 1S99. and leaves nothing S. F. Rock, County Surveyor and diMr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilkcrson. of Dunn and son, Leslie Ballard, untouched except Gov. Brown and his John program : vided into three tracts as follows : same with goods at an early date. Lexington, were gue6ts of Mr .and Mrs. Turloy, J. 1. Dcmolay Commandery March. JR. B. Hall bolting crew for whom ho had words Tract No. 1 Beginning at the sugar J. Giroenleaf, Jr., Cap Dick- 2. Medley W. Pigg, last week. Bygones be Bygones" Walt "Let tree nng cornor to Ross; thence S 44" enson, Joel Tribble, Joe Phelps, Sam of neither praise nor scorn. ' If these W. . Bally Warner ('round the Corner.) and .FOX ' poles to a stake cornet- to W 82 John L. Ray, of Richmond, was here Todd, S. A. Deatherage, Walker Hisle, 3. Emmett's Lullaby Cornet solo with varia win now read Uoebel's speech and hear i land formerly owned by E. Moberley's again this week to see his pretty Sweet Ben Duncan, J. D. Feeny, Tom Feeny, as played by T. V. Short. tions, his side of tho controversy they will be hoirs; thonco S S6" E 10:5 0 poles to fEstill'Countyt F. Beyer Georgo Mershon, C. T. Wells and son, 4. Cluster of Peaches Overture fair to themselves, to their nartv. and heart. Stanford Journal. the center of the Aletinlnus and Silver ' Way Down South" Descriptive Fantasia Robt: Hunt went to Richmond Friday Creek pike corner to W. B. Lane and to their State. Mr. Stephen Gibson, of Gibson Sta- Wm. Bolton, Joe Chenault, Joo Bald- 5. L. P. Lorendeau southwest corner to the John Powers tion, Va., is the guest of his sons, Drs. win, Joe Collins and son; Tom, T C. (Evening on the platform; .the cotton on business: homestead; thence with the center of Gov. Brown lias not yet denied the H. R. and W. M. Gibson. pickers after the day's work enjoy themCollins, Dick . Colyer; Dave Wilcox,, Wm. Price and family havo moved pike and lines of homestead N 20J E serious impeachment that ho. told Eon. selves with singing and dancing; all quiet S. Neville MoBerley, Harvey Neff. V. R. 20 poles, N 40J E 50 poles, N to Witt Springs. Miss Flemming, ot Laurel, again. "Oft in the stilly night." 15 E 10 poles, N 3 trauk Peak, of La Grange, soon after Young, of Duewest, S. C, are and Miss Combs, Caleb Shearer, J. Tevis Cobb, W 20 guests of 8. Crown of Victory Overtpre..., Kipey Alex. Kerby wont to 'Doyldsville to poles to John Maupin's corner; thence tho Louisville convention that he Bum Zittle, Mike Cleary, H. C. Rice, 7. Zcnda Waltz.- .Wittmark look potes to the now lino S 87 W 234 0 would support the Goebol ticket by Rev. L. I Echols, at Paint Lick. after his farm there. beginning, containing 130 acres. Mr. J. T. Shackelford came over from Bat Galvin, Mr. Elmer Deatherage vote and voice. His chance of heart. Teachers' Institute. D. B. Shackelford and wife, Henry Lu'ttle took a load of nice Tract No. 2 Beginning at tho center Danville Saturday and spent Sunday and wife, therefore, would seem to indicate a of a water gap corner to tract No. 3 The Thirtieth Annual Session of the wate'rmelou8 to Clay City this week. E. C. Wines and wife, Mrs. Wm, Shear-- , of said farm and running thence down very human hankering for pie, as we and Monday with his family here. er, a. b. llagan and wife, Hugh Mc- - Madison County Teachers' Institute Mr. John Eads, of Doylesville, spent the center of Silver Creek N 43 W 34 Miss Mary Crutcher and Mary Bu- - Elwain and wife, C. T. understand tne Hcpublicans will unito 0 Chenault and was held at the Caldwell High School poles, N 30J W 16S-1-0 poles, N with Brown's friends and elect him ford, of Nicholasville, were guests of wife, Mrs. Tom Wells, Mrs. Joo Bales,,! building, August 7 11, with Prof. Al- several days at Witt Springs last weok. W 24 poles, N 07 W 50 poles, S 8 60J W. Powell, of College Hill, W 22 Mr. I poles. S 52 W 14 poles, S 43 United States Senator over Blackburn Mrs. Geo. W. P'vans, Jr., last week. Mrs. White Bales, Mrs. Geo. Ballew, fred Livingston, of Somerset- - Ky., as was here on business last Thursday. W 30 poles. S 13 W 42 poles, S 73J W 13 in consideration of Brown's defeat of Governor and Mrs. James B. C. C. Covington and wifo, Dick Fox instructor. S S0K W Goebol and the election of another Re Several people from this place at- IKiles,creek and 01 poles; thence leaving returned Friday from Atlantic and wife, Mrs. Ed. Ballard and daugh. There were 90 teachers enrolled, 70 the with the Moran lines & publican Governor. Thus are we to City, where they spent the past three ter, Miss May, A. C. Wells polos, and wife, of whom were ladies and 20 gentlemen tended the teachers institute at Irvine. 20 W 31 poles, S 18)$ E 30 havo Hogjaw Taylor & Co., successors weeks. W 24 polta,; thence leaving Mrs. M. H. Willoughby, of College S Mrs. Lilly Buckloy and children, Theo. The institute proved to be one of tho Montii's line and line N 78 J E to Gov. Bradley & Co.. and J. Y, Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hamilton leaves Goodlet and wife, Mrs. O'Neil and most successful ever held in the HilLspont last week with her daughter, 129 5.10 poles, N 42. E 82 poles to in place of Joe Blackburn. Will our for Witt Springs, Estill county, daughter, Mrs. L. J. Frazee, Coleman county. Most of the teachers expressed Mrs. J. H. Edwards. the beginning and containg 123 good bolter friends not see the milk in whore they will remain for about twoj Neff and wife, Misses Dunn, Annie themselves as being well pleased and Our enterprising merchant, John acres. tho cocoannt before it is too late? Tract No. U Beginning at the sugar Frazee, Minnie Dunn, Mary Ballard,; greatly benefited and went back to their Moberly, has the finest crop of water weeks. tree snag corner to Koss; theuce-newlinwork with renewed energy and zeal. melons in the county. N 87 E 233 Mr. H. G. Robinson, of Bealtyville, Jennie Ford, Mollie Fife, Lizzie Feony, polos to a stake in the Thk election of Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn to the United States Senate to Ky., representing R. M. Hnghes & Co., Edna Schlegel, Ourraleen Ballard, Min- - As ono evidence of this, radro books Messrs. C. M. Tribble and Everett west side of tho pike road; thenco with road the west side succeed Senator Lindsay is as much Louisville, paid this billed a pleasant nie J)ykes, Dora Neff, Leta. Feland, wore taken from the teachers' Library Willoughby, of College Hill, were here hratu-- "N 4 of said polos, down Dodds W C2 N 31s W 30 Laura Luxon, Luxio Ballard. KatioJ at the closo of the institute than ever this week buying sheep. involved in the present campaign as is call Friday. poles, N 4!l4 W 45 poles to two any othor occasion. Many and Mary McKcnna. The above dele--1 before oh that of Mr. Goebel to the Governorship. Mr. D. J. Dougherty returned to his Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hamilton, of sveamores on the south branch of SilIf the Democratic Stato ticket is de- post of duty last week after an extend hgation returned home with words of distinguished visitors were present dur Richmond, spent several days at Witt ver Creek; thenco N 80j W 38 polos, down the "creek to the center thereof feated, the Legislature will undoubtedly ed visit to Lako Chnmplain and praise for the fair, and join hands with' ing the session of the institute, and it Springs during the last two weeks. N 31 W 2JL poles to the center of a tho Elks in congratulation of their was remarked by them that the instibo so close as to make Blackburn's de- Montreal, Canada. new lines S 42 .thence ,.' It seems aa if Madison, county is go- water,gap; poles tobythe northwestern tute was composed of the most intelliW S2 5 10 feat posssble. It is already hinted that accompanied by great success. Mrs. J. B. McGinn gent and good looking body of teachors ing to havo a list of candidates in the corner. of the orchard; thence S 78 John Young Brown has his eyes upon her son, Samuel, of Versailles, 4s vsit1 poles to a stone wall W 1211 ever seen "in Madison county. Npt a primary here as long as'last year's the Senate, hoping to carry a few Legis- ing her daughters, Mrs. John R. Pates Moran's line; thence with- same list. teacher asked to be excused or made lative districts as a nucleus, which ad- and Mrs. G. E. Lilly. poles to a Btone, S 76 E 29 W .93 Rev. Dale, of South Carolina, clds'etlj an apology. The program prepared by Corn is worth 50 cents per bushel 0 poles. N 34J E 18 0 poles to a ded to tho Republican vote would elect Miss Madge Hart, who for the past a series of meetings at New Hope church: Supt. Wagers was ably and eutertaih-Ingl- y at this plnco, and very scarco at that stono, S 87 E 19 0 poles to the behim, should ho be able to make a deal to her last iiignt, carried out. The ladies were es- stock hogs" are scarce hero and only a ginning, containg 179.35 .acres, more, or , with the Republicans in the next Leg- two months has been confined lesi ankld and room from a dislocated Rev. Dr. McDonald, of Danville, will pecially prompt in tho dischargo 'of slight advance in prices.' islature. This is at least food for An outlet is reserved along the south shoulder, is able to be out. preach at the Second Presbyterian! their duties and some most excellent bank of Silver Creek from the water thought by tho Democrats of Madison speeches were mado by them. Prof. ON OITY gap corner enstward to the pike crossMr. and Mrs. Travis Deathorago, of church next Sunday mornii g at TJ.' county and the whole State of Kening) of Silver Creek, a distance of G2 . Livingston, by his genial disposition Athens, Illinois, are visiting the form o'clock. tucky. poles. " has made a most favorable impression " We are having plenty of rain. er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuc widely-know- n exper-- i The and long The land will bo sold a follows: 011 the citizens of Richmond, as well as Goehkl's opposera in denouncing him Deatherage, at Meadow Brook. iorced Prof. J. J. Rucker, as has beeiiji Misses Laura and Maggie Freeman, of First Tract No. 1, containing 130.77 forgot to tell tho people that he intro acres, will be offered for sale to the W. F. Garrett moves ills family to announced, is studying in University' 011 the 'teachers of the county. His Fayette, aro visiting relatives heie. highest and best bidder, then in liko duced and passed a bill reducing the Richmond The best wishes of of Chicago. Thoy toll that his son in talks were instructive, demoustiating 123 Mr. Ed Powell and family, of Lexing- manner Tract No. tolls for foot- passongers to one cent the Livington people go with him and Georgetown his scholarship and ability as .an educahas written him a long No. acres, and tor. So well pleased wore the teachers ton, are visiting friends and relatives 170 35 acres.1 Tract or less. 3, containing across tho Covington and Cincinnati his family. Livingston Colonel. more lettor. giving instructions and advice as bridge; a bill repealing tho charters of with Prof, Livingston's work, that they Here. Second Tracts No. 2 and 3 combined, Mr. W. F. Garrett, formerly express to how a young man should act ati passed tho State lotteries of Kentucky; a bill a resolution that his services be A protracted meeting at the Baptist containing 302.75 acros will bo offered agent at Lexington, has been transferee! college to merit the favor of his teacfir making gambling a felouy ; a bill em church is in progress, Revs. Ectorsnnd for, sule to the highest and best bidder. secured again. to Richmond office during Mr. Grin ers and avoid the temptations of the Tho whole tract containg 433.52 acres powering cities of the Becond-claa- s Stamper preaching.to ' will then.' be offered for sale to the -r city. Madison Sunday School Convention. stead's absence of about six week- establish arid maintain free public The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. highest 'and .best biddor. and "the land Rev. Leonard W. Doolan, C; U. '95, Will Severance is at Hendersonville. Reports from tho County Suuday Charlie Eads has been quite ill for the wtlljbe.sold In the manner bringing the libraries; that through his infltionce two-pag-o article in School Convention at Speedwell on the past uiitot motiey. were passed the Chinn School Book N. C, visiting his brother, A. H. Sever has a week but la llnprovlng. TERMS-T- he land will bo sold upon Bill, a bill regulating the cost of school ance, who Is said to be making money Argus, August 10, entitled "One Hun 12th inst., bhow that, in spito ot storms Mjsses Dpla Powell and Anna East a credit of six and twelve, months, and in tho ice business. Stanford Journal. dred Years Ago and .Now." ; It isav and threats of storms, the gathering books, and the McChord Railroad bill, the" purclmser.or will lie have returned home after a pleasant required to exocnto purchasers approved bond with Mrs. Laura Bright and daughters. centonual pnpor prepared for Buck wtbpneof tho most successful in the a bill requiring tho railroads to base visit with friends at Brqqkstowu. security having the force and effect of their freight charges on the amount of 'Misses Annie and Laura, left yesterday Creek Baptist church.' IX is a graphic county's history. Tlio President and o Mr. John Hamilton and Misses Mel-li- e a ''lodgment, with a lien retained, work done, and not on competition for several weeks visit to her son. Dr. picture of tho condition of Kentucky? Secretary, L. V. Dodge and W. F. said trustee and bearing; logal and Bettie Hamilton, of Wiseman-town- ,, H. W. Bright, at Niagara Falls, N. Y. religiously, sociallyy, and otherwiso in Baumstark, had'pnt forth special efthey may havo. They mightalso Bay from tho day of sale. 1799. Rev. Mr. Doolan is woll'remcin- - forts to nutko a good showing, the were the guests of Miss Mattie interest P.OSSESSION-PoHsess- ion will be that he nevor smoked a cigar, chewod Judge Jack Miller and his wife, of bered here forhis extraordinary record fqVmer.having visited various parts of Hamilton. Inst week. given when the terms' of alo are comtobacco or took a drink of intoxicating Richmond, aro at (he Phoenix. Judge in college, tho best ever made by a tho county in eucouraging attendance, Mr. Georgo Noland, Jr., of this placo, plied with but the privilege of harvest-in- g liquor in his Hie. Miller has at the- fair an exhibit of and removing tho crop now on tho student of Central University. Bu the latter having secured statistical and, Miss Katie Green, of Richmond, horses and cattle. Lexington Leader. land wjll be reserved. Baptists bore remember his work1 reports from over thirty .schools, esteemed bolting friends have the Our eloped to Jefforsonvillo last Monday This, farm is oue of tlio most desiraAugust 9. among thorn with especial fondness made two awful blunders, in naming Tho beautifully decorated Cbristian where they wero made oue. After thu bly ;locn ted farms in Madison county, Mr. Z. T. Rice will leave Thursday He will graduate from tho Louisville: being" on a turnpike miles from another ticket, (which thoy will do church wns full to overflowing, the ceremony Mr. and, Mrs.. Noland Silvpr Creek Station on tho L & N- R. y at Lexington), and in threaten for Philadelphia and New York, where Baptist Seminary next year. basket dinner provided by the to his mother's whero they will R. It liHflji good dwelling house and ing to knife Bryan in the noxt national he will purchase a handsome stock of citizens was more than ample, the resido until Christmas. Mr. Noland is all necessary outbuildings thereon in fall and wintershoos and gents furnishconvention if he comes to Kentucky music furnished by local and other a promising young farmer, liked and .re- good repair. Tho land in fertile and to aid tho regular Democratic ticket ing goods. singers was delightful, and the addres- spected by all who kfioty him while productive and. Is well watered and in Dr. 0. S. Holton loft Saturday for - SrURLOCK. At Volley VJow, Monday, ses woro helplul and stimulating E. A. his bride cannot be too highly spoken mofjt. excellent condition. Parties deThese Bamcs men have professed ad with Mrs. Mat altera long illness, Mrs. Thomas Spnr-Ioc- Fox, Stato SccrcinryMossra. E. 'P. Ben- of for her sweet face, gentle manners siring to see tho property can call on for Mr. Bryan and have pro Crab Orchanl-pringmiration Mr'. John Powers who resides on ttfe aged about 40 years. The remains ton, L. V. Dodge, E. W. Baker, claimed themselves to be loyal to bis S. Cohen where she will remajn for a T. P. and lovable disposition to all. "The land, or on the undersigned, candidacy. , Yet they say to him, that month in search of health, Dr. 11, has were taken to Ohio for burial. Dudley. Geo. Ames", antj Mrs. M. E lwijt wishes ot their many friends go ' ' 'i unless ho suould show himself to be a returned. Williams' At Ruth ton, on August Ltrly hid (Jit .adurcbses. ' jvith them in this journey together- f KICHMONp,iCKNTUCKY. political trimmer and a poltroon, they Miss Mary Pickles h&s gone back to 3, Alford WilUanw,"ajrd 11 years', after Owing to unfavorable weather pros-- ! hrough life. ' w Assignee olJoau Poncn. Tiir Owenton Herald, speaking of the "Police Convention," wisely Fays: "Tim police are very much' like the flowers that bloom in the spring they have nothing to do with the case. It is tho Democratic ticket on one hand. or the Republican ticket on the other.N there is no uiiddlo ground, which will fr-- A - 'ofMWesfern health-bringe- mth - To the Richmond Steam Laia if the qunlity of tho work .1, by otiers is not .pleasing. Our Work, Every employco taki .,, intercstfin lus ibitici ,, tries to excel. Oldcnsi. ers know.titil new cum, orMKn brum, that null. is alighted. Every nrticte iscarufully hand and beautifully JInished. kiiMOND . Vice-Preside- nt Must prpvo Kalisfact.M Vice-Preside- nt Euf-for- sran uundm. . s , , vet, has-ver- who-reside- -- Idcr s vStm Store 3 IN CLOTHING. EftV- ""w, Men s Pants at Boy's Suits at Boy's Pants at NOTIONS. Men's Suits at $2 00 up 40c. up 1 09c up 15c. up I? Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 2oc. un Gent's Undershirts ,2 a o5c. Gent's Drawers 20c. up Ladies' Vests.. 5c up Ladies'5 st m Towels Pants.. Joe. up J$JL SC. Up . jr. Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars tuiscia 5 4ze Fire Screens.. " uua": Suspenders Buggy whips Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols Ladies' White Aprons Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists Baby Bibs J " nr tin 10c. up loe. up jvft 5c up i0c; up (,Dc. up 25c. up 25c up -- j 5c. U) ioc. up f 55 OUIi LINE OF LADIES', VST st - GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGKlf THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and ee them. it ken ! yes-torda- IS IN RIBBONS. We have a few bolts of the C. N. & Co. 's Ribbon fin hnnd vhiVh wp will rlno mf of. AT.-- 1: 10c; No. 40, 15e; No. 80, 20c. . f LOCAL. Corsets. See our stock of Corsets before you bu-- . Wo can please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. IS: PERSONAL Norsah. IN HATS AND CAPS. Men's Black Felt Hats- Men's Nice Straw Hats Roy's Nice Straw Hals .Men's and Roy's Caps...., ....25c. up er tie ii Land! 3 ..10c. up ...10c. up L2 ...25c. up Schaf-hause- n, If Hemp...... Rrussols... Rugs ...10c up ...44e up ...25c up IN CARPETS. Unions ... Jute Mattings. Aft ..25c. up .10c. up .ICcup JV IN HARDWARE. Knives and Forks, per set. . 31c. np .. Fish Lines CaVe Turner. Ic. Fish Hooks Files 3c. nn Curlinir Irons . Teaspoons 4c. set up Butcher Knives. . .. ec setup jaDiespoons . . . 4$ lc. each lc. ilor 3c. up ujfa 5 k, M, IE, "Ovstt Gut "KtW,uwna TjcpartrntTvl avrl Save Tfttmc. Retyectfully Submitted to Cash Tra'fc, r. m E. V. ELDER. AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS . 4-- ! is 8-- 4-- 2-- 77-1- mm I m ,I , I at Southern Mutui tosstmen Go. OF LEXINGTON, KY. $100,000 PAID IjYLIVIjYG BENEFITS $ 65,000 ItESElt YE JLjYD S UliPL US. --- Th 3-- ry 3-- 10 i Iwm ol liffi Insurance. M M by-ne- 5-- to-d- ay 0 3-- "We pay the samo profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to tho estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety nnd conservatism. Every precaution for tho protection of the investor. For particulars apply to h 2-- i S7VUTH BOMMKN, MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. KY. RELIGIOUS. 5-- - 9-- Si urn . 1 to-da- - 4-- tho-Bapti- il The L,ock: Up mm Contains many men convicted of burglary, who could never bavo entered any house but their own had the doors .been fastened with paya-Mo;t- - Locks and Keys gig SEE THE and tho windows made secure with go oL from our stock. Just coma in and loofclver-outhese goods. Some time yon may want such, tilings and it's well to know where the is obtainable at prices. r tho-lowes- best-qHali- ty DEATHS StJffilB It 6IAIN Mill." E3Tr See us and get prlees on roofing and guttering. ' W. D. Buckley, Tinner. s k, .... mm & rtiJ tlUr 3 . TAYLOR BROS, mi i1 uw . 5 VY E II AVE A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT IN THE WAY OF A ! ft BARGAIN COUNTER, ft ft ft ft t t 3 We carry a line of 1 r i m un--d- ur t Eadics' V SHOES TO LIVE IN shoes which feel conifortnblo all circumstances anil yet wear longer than the average footwear is t!io kind wo are offering our customers. Every shoe in the lot is fitfisTied as carefully as tho best custom bootmaker would do it. Made of oxcollent maturial. Handsome and fityliah and smooth as silk inside, and we are offering them at astonishingly low prices. 3 niwl Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers. d. TinUm .QVistnc? fnt RO,. TR 1 CI AA FOR ELDERLY FEET ? tdfilE Early -- And fiet Your Choice. J SHOES which are the embodiment of comfort. While conforming to tho present styles they are roomy and easy. The tenderest feet will not feel the confining leather. Made in all sizes in Black and Russet Calf, Goat, etc. Pliable, but durable. Quality excellent. Trices moderate. HBusy Bee Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimero Knee All-wo- ol R1ICHMOND is wild with excitement nt the CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the Successors o "0aWace 5) "RXce. The Richmond Climax. WCI'SKSDAY. AUGUST 10, - 1899. lr. Mr -- Hobson, Dentist. Stewart Jones had oight head hrep killed Sunday bv lightning. C.iiitiiiMxl rains liavo to the foliage and bniiles brought to our t . A beautiful Chiekoriug piano, made mahogany, (Mil bo purchased from Jnul4-t- f W. Kvaus Jr., for $00. - Mr. Monroe lackey, whose, resl-fi.- n at Waco was destroyed by lire i.tl weeks ago, is rebuilding. -.I i I'l.iy It.iyston, colored, was in public court on the charge :. .uiiig Dr. Martin's medicine case. Mil- of Missionary Socioty, ill' Presbyterian church, will give it .n' fiipH;r at Kirksville, Ttiursday, An u- -t i; IjhIr-,i- -- Mr. M. O. Willis, of Columbia, Ky., - I'lirchast'd tho stock of drugs nwiii'l by Douglas & Wells and will t ike p"MWMiion at oneo. Capt. Hathawav, who is a member of - I will pay you to lead Mr. H.J. Lawrcnceburg Fair on. the Committee of the National Fox v: n im's advertisement in this issue of That always enjoyable Lawrenceburg Hunters Association to select the time the Climax. Ho is closing out his Fair begins 3 days. Special and place of meeting was in Lexington Thursday to attend a meeting of tho entile stock of goods at cost. rates over R. X. I. & B. Go. committee. It was finally decided to - The Marker Cedar Co. and the For Scat. hold the annual hunt at Estill Springs N'Min. iii Lumber Co. b mills at Valley Six rooniR over Iliggins & Ellis' gro- November loth. Winchester Democrat V to-da- y .Miss Maria Rogers, tho milliner, who has trimmed for L. 1. Todd loathe past three seasons, will opon a millinery 6tore in the rooms just vacated by Mies Tempie Oldham Martin. Miss Rogers left last week for tho Kast and will return tho middle of September with a beautiful line of millinery. atiglC-2-t Grand excursion via Big Four Route to Ik) n ton Harbor and the Fruit Belt of Michigan. Peaches, peitre, apples, grapes, now in superabundance. Tickets will bo sold at extremely low rates lor Saturday, August 19, 1899. Tickets good returning ten (10) days. Ample time for, excursions on Lake Michigan. St. Joseph, Mich.,the beautiful Lure City, is a most noted stilii-mresort. Splendid hotel accomodations can be had at reasonable rates. A trip up the beautiful St Joseph River on the steamer '"Slay Graham" or 'Edna." is a feature which should 's not be missed by excursionists. Springs as a health resort is known far and wide. Carriages meet every train. For tickets and full information call on agents Big Four Route. W. 1. Dep-I'K- t Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. A. G. P. and T. Agt., Cincinnati, Ohio. or Kast-mau- For Ecnt. Six Surviving Veterans ol The Mexican War. The 8toro house now occupied by So far as we are able to learn, the Mrs. L. P. Todd on Mnin street, will death last vreek of Alford Williams, be rented for remainder of this year, possession given July 1st. J. E. leaves but six veterns of the Mejicau War (M7-'4as follows. General C. M. Gkeenlkaf, Assignee. my.lHf. Clay, Clifton Shiflet, Thos. C. Davis, Henry Kocbler & Company. Jas. Perkins, Jas. P. Dunham and Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., in- Capt. Nelson Burma. vite correspondence with Mill mon who have lumber for sale. They buy The Sensational Vaughl-SmitEncounter. Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars. Tho friends of Dr. Clarence II. Dry or Green. Write them. apr5-Gt- n Vaught and Mr. James W. Smith will New Coal Yard. prooably be interested iu the full deMr. J. M. Baker, of Point Lcavell, scription of their sensational encounter tins rented the Blanton Coal Yard.near in this city during the fair. The item L. & N. depot and will after Soptcmber appears on our first page having 15, supply tho citizens of Richmond been crowded out last week. The aul Madison eountv, with as rood or trouble between them is not over yet. better grade of coal over offered in this Some Premiums Won al Lexington. city. For the best lace hankerchicf shown Reduced Rates Via L. & N. Ry. at tho Lexington fair. Mrs. D. H. On account of Democratic convention Myers, of this city, got the blue tie. at Lexington, August 16th, round-tri- p Mr. John li. Chenaults sorrel geld d ticks at one and faro going ing, Joe Watts, won third money in the lulh, and morning trains of lGth, tho speed ring on the first dny. good returning until 19 Oue fare for Bales ifc McElwaine won first money round-trito Louisville, August 15 and in ring for mare or gelding 15 hands Hi, limited to 21st,and 25 and 26 limited and under on second dav. to 28, account Colored Fair. h to-da- y, one-thirp Easy to Take Easy to Qperata nccauye purely vegetable yet thorough, prompt, healthful, satisfactory Hgoaf's PHIs Nothing conduces more to breadth of intellect than intercourse with various minds. Matthews. Ask Your Friends GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, "Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competi-.tio- n stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children, 10c per pair. druggists in this city nnd they will tell yon that Disgestos Dyspepsia Tablets will cure von as it cured them. 25c a box at all Children's Strictly Knee Pants, double kneo and double seat, all colors, worth 7oc. per pair are yours in this salo for 39c. Boy'n $1.25 and $ UK) Knee Pant Suits in double breasted nnd Iteefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 1 1, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. Cheerfulness is an excellent wearing quality, It has bcetl called the bright weather of the heart. Smiles. Where the digestion is good, and the general powers of tho system in a heal- ttiy state, worms can nnd no habitation in tho human bodv. White's Cream Vermifuge not nnlv destroys everv worm, but corrects all derangements of the digestive organs Price 25 cents Sold by Perry it Thomas, druggists. ; Pant Suits go at Our Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.09. all stvlos. "Cream of tho Stock." Big Bov's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $3.00 nnd $4.00 will disappear in this clearance side at $1.9S. Big Boy's $7. $8, $9 and $10 Long Paut Suits, choicent assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches untinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick and fit in this sale at H-9- Boy'82 00 and $2.50 Knee $1.-19- S3 50. $4 Wand STi.OO CHANCES Men's (iootl CaRsimere Suits well made, in brown, bine scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5, $0 and $7 will be closed in this clearance sale at $2 93. All-wo- Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. angim Immense Tumor Removed. Some orators are given to ballon ascension. For Lung Soreness, natural-ga- s i li-n- . i .i inive closed down on account of cery htoro for rent for oilices or resident. out of logs. About 150 mon are Apply to J. T. McCliritock, Richmond, je23-tKentucky. n out of work. f. Mr. -- J.T. Hamilton has tho thanks A I'lace to go. I' Climax force for a nice box of i iie plums. Don't let all tho ' l our friends break thoir necks in to get even with Mr. Hamilton. n't it well worth your while to Cincinnati on thu Queen & Cros-- i nndny exclusion from Nieliolns-.'!- .' ClKiin;iousbip ball game and ii. other iiltrii-ljoiinext Suudaj, A...Mi,t 20th. Sec small bills or call on agent for particulars. J '.hi I i s For luscious bananas, ripe apples, water, fresh cakes, cohl ico cream-sod- a nice candies, tobacco and cigars, go to A. Dinelle, next door to old Post Office. Restaurant open day and night. aprl9-5- m An Old Violin. be obliged to Messrs. W. B. Bright and Win. Thomas foran opinion as to the value of a Regart Rubus violin made in 1850 at St. Petersburg. It is in fair condition. "We will H q J. o.ut T II Ii H Ii at ,, . Ijjl H llyllyijl H Everything must be sold in the next I On Wednesday last, in this city, Mrs. Clinton Winhurn, of Drowning Creek, was relieved of an ovarian tu mor that weighed 46 pounds, contain ing six'or seven gallons of fluid. The operation was performed by three home physicians and tliny feel confi dent of the restoration of their patient It may be remarked that this was pro bably the largest tumor ever removed To Bristol, Tennessee. Tho many friends of Professor Pep in this section of the the State. After per and wife will be pleased to learn of the operation the lady weighed only SO pounds. their pleasant location at Bristol, about Wants to be Jailer. Tonn., the foriucr having been elected in Kings College to the Greek chair Elsewhere in Climax will which he filled so acceptably at Central bo found the announcement of Mr. A. University. Prof, and Mrs. Pepper and J. Ross, better known as Jack Boss, for Miss Ruth Popper quite captivated jailer of Madisou county, subject to the students and citizens alike and wo re action of the Democratic party. Mr, cord their success with pleasure. Ross onters the race for the nomina tion with the- understanding that il Prominent Pastor's Perilous Position. elected ho will not ask fora second Rev. Carter Helm Jones, brother-in- term. He is qualified to fill the office law of Mr. Albert McCowu, of this city, if nominated will certainly defeat and ono of the foremost Baptist di and Republican his opponent in the final vines of the country, narrowly escaped election. He is n true-blu- o Democrat drowning last Saturdav. With his has worked at all times for his wife and children ho was fishing in and party's interest. Lake Michigan when tho boat over A General Storm Swept Tho County. turned and the occupants were dashed into the water where thev remained for A severe storm swept over the conn an hour clinging to the skiff until res ty from west to east shortly after mid cued. night on Friday and no little damage was dono to growing crops, fences, Looking For a Farm. trees, etc. It was just 2 o'clock, a. m Mr. Oscar Helton, of Knox county, when the first zephyrs began to toss was down about Red House on Mon Richmond, and the heav day looking after a desirable iarm with the leaves in ens in the northwest were Almost con the intention of locating here. He stantly aflame with the livid lightning among them was shown several, In a short time the wind roso in veloci Mr. Dan S. Harber's pretty place, on ty and swept on to the east leveling the Boouesboro pike. Mr. Helton has Holds of corn and orchards in its path. not yet made a selection, but in the somo localities the rain was heavy, uvont he locates here we understand" In aud hence the evil was not unmixed Madison will gaiu oue of tho best citi with good. zens of Knox county. to-da- Will Meet al Estill Springs. doep seated coughs, throat disorders, and all bronchial troubles. Dr. Bell's is nn efficacious rem- edv. The first itose gives relief. It will cure a hacking grip cough or a cold in one night. All druggists sell it at 25u on a guarantee. ey Men's Fino Suits, choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted, sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit in the lot worth and sold everywhere from $8 to $12, take your choice and pick m this sale at 51.93. LadleV DoagolA Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 go in this sale at "5c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace and congress worth $1 .50 will be dished ont to yon at 80c per pair; Men's $1.75 and $2 shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vici and real Russia leather $3 and $4 shoes, they go in this sale at $19. Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. wide Serges, Henirettns, cheviot effects, noreltiea, fancy weaves in black all doable width goods worth 35c and 50c per yard, will be slanghte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Nothing reserved. The man who works for never geU a vacation. the devil Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to n "T." You can make your unrestricted solection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to Slo, able tailor-mad- e they go in this sale at $8.48. Organdies that were 25c and :i5c per yard are now 12'jc in this sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. One lot of Slippers for ladles in sizes 2i, 3. t, and some 8's that were formerly sold at $1,25, $1.50 tnd $2 will be closed in this sale at 50c per pair. The popular view of the relation of the blood to human character and con duct is marked in many a familiar ex pression. We speak or there being "hail bioou" between people at enmity, of ' blue blood" as Indicating ancestry, of 'black blood" as descripting a treach erous nature, nnd in many another phrase mark our belief in the mental. moral and physical man, ' the blood is the life." The one basis of a healthful, happy and useful life is pure blood. with the blood pure, dlseaso has no permanent lodging place in the system. For this reason the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery rids the body of diseases which have their origin jn impurity of the blood. It absolutely purities the blood, carrying oil the waste and poisonous matter, increasing the action of the blood making glands and building up the body by supplying the blood in quantity and quality such as is escential to a condition of health. people out of It cures ninety-eigh- t every hundred who gives it a fair trial and 85c per yard will he slaughtered Fine Jacnuads, Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods, Former price in this sale at 4Cc per yard. Nothing leserved. 75 Special (Jlenranco Sale saving on Ladies' Keady-mad- o White Underwear, Lidies' Ready-mad- e Dress Skirt., Carpets and Lace Cnitains. ThfFe goods have felt thekeen edge 6l our cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest bargains we are offering in this sale, ask to sec them. Not an article in the entire big store left untouched, this sale must lie far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great space cleaning sale for us We must have room for our fall stock and tho only way we see to get it is to actually givo aviay'an'd throw out several thousand dollars worth of tho host goods we have to our customers and let them profit by our loss. Don't fail to attend this Kile. A Great Big Lot of Men's "Toe Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants "the Camlet, will be closed at 39c per pair. best," New York Mills Hring along your CASH when you come for these bargains and savo time anil a refusal of credit, for this is a CASH CLEARANCE SALE to rrake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respect fully. JC'i LP's OLDHAM f COMPANY. V The man who is religious anywhere is religious everywhere. For Children Who Takes Cold easy anu are subject to croup, no rem edy is so helpiui as JJr. Hell s nne-la- r RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Oil to Tho War. Destructive Slorm al Dovlesville. That tho policy of Imperialism is not popular here, even among Republicans, is evidenced by the fact that only ono man, Claude Stone, applied for exanil nation as a recruit for service in the war iu tho Philippines. Young Stone is tho youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. d fellow, F. Stone and is an an ideal bullet stopper for McKinley, He was sunt to the Columbus, O. bar racks and will go thence to San Fran cisco with the 37th Infantry. able-bodie- Tho terrific storm that passed over this city last Saturday morning at 3 o'clock, proved very destructive in some parts ol the county. Our Dovlw- ville correspondent sends in tho follow ing report of the destruction wrought in that neighborhood: "A very destructive storm passed through here .Saturday morning, tear ing up large trees by the roots and blowing down whole fields of corn. It swept the roof from Mr. 1. N. Sharp's kitchen ami porch and blew the porch from Mrs. Nannie Lanter'a houso. Mr, John Powell's residence was lifted from the foundation and carried about ten feet away, without Injury to any of the family. A Fears Smallpox. ? p TY PAYS We have goods that are seasonable r.ow also for A dispatch from Bowling Groen says that Dr. J. M. McCormack, Secretary of the State Board of Health, received a telegram Saturday announcing that gg i j j Fall.and Winter. Sup- - there had been discovered 12 cases of smallpox at Clementsvillo, Casey coun ty. The doctor seemed to bo consider ably worried over tho smallpox situa tion, and 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 to sanitary measures, with the advent of cold weather the disease would spread rapidly. Gone to Ford. How a Sranger Was Touching Death. Treated. ply yourselves a,t once as these Bargains .will not last long. - t ' 1 One Large Safe, i Gash ystemand Tables I p M ffi For sale. Remember everything - Mr. Harris Goucher, lately messenger of the Western Union office here, has accepted a position of clerk in the rail road office at Ford, at a nice salary. The young mau is the youngest sou of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Goucher, this place. and earned an unviable reputation for honesty, industry, Bobrioty and polite ness, ana incidentally acquired knowledge of telegraphy. His habits brought him to tho favorable notice of several gentlemen and his promotion to his now position is well merited. By strict attention to his new duties Mr. Goucher will easily go up the lad der, which will be gratifying to his friends hero, particularly to his fond During their sojourn at Estill Springs, Hon. and Mrs. Robert Franklin's infant son became violently ill and he was brought to Richmond and placed in the care of one of our best physicians with the hope that the disease had not progressed too far to bo checked. Rut tho child had been so ill that its once strong constitution could not rally under the treatment administered, and the little fellow died here on Thursday afternoon. The remains, accompnied by the sorrowing parents, were conveyed to Frankfort, interment following in tho beautiful cemetery where four little brothers aud sisters lie buried. parent. Our New Postmaster. at cost to m M Quit Business. jj The Clothier, Tfic Shoer, The flatter. The FcriMsker. Although he was'formally appointed postmaster of Richmond, to take the office August 1, Mr. C. C. Wallace's commission did not reach him for ten days and hence he was not installed as custodiau of the government building until Tuesday of last week. As hereinbefore remarked bis selection by Mr. McKinley met with popular commen-(Utioadand we predict a first-claministration, for Mr. Wallace, aside from all other qualllicatlons, is by na ture obliging aud affable, qualities that most becomingly aduru public servants Mr. and Mrs. Willis will remain a month to accustom the new postmaster to his manifold duties, after which they will shed tho robes of publicpffice and retire to the privacy of home life ldowu on the rm." u, ss Iu connection with'thissad death may be mentionedthe remarks of the father, Hon. Robert Franklin, who is commonwealth attornoy of his district For july20-ly-r days and nights he and Ids wifo and had kept vigil by the High ideals are perhaps responsible couch of the little sufferer, until they for is much pessimism as are torpid were literally worii out with fatigue livers, on the whole. When they arrived here the good ladies "You Mar Bend The Sapling, Rut Net the of the city, so Mr. Franklin gratefully Tree." acknowledged, were constant iu kind at When disease has bocome chronic tentions to the stricken family, consol and deep seated it is often difficult to ing them by thoir gentle, thoughtful cure it. That is the reason why it is Sarsaparjltn when ministrations in this sad hour, end bet to take Hood's itself in pimples. diseases first show rendering-lesunbearable the knowledge headache, indigestion, or other trouthat death would roh them of their bles which tell of ooor blood, weak little one far from home and among stomach or disordered liver or kidneys. strangers. Those who know Bob Frank' This great medicine regulates the whole system. It never disappoints. scarcely recognized sister-in-law Honey. It will relieve the croup at once and eure a cold iu one night. It should be in every house ready for an emergency. You can buy a bottle for drug storo. 2oc at any first-claThe specific remedy for troubles of About a mouth ago my child, which You can't rido a hobby up the hill blood, kidneys, stomach, liver, is is fifteen months old, hail an attack of that leads to success. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great bioou diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting. I gave it such remedies us are usually purifier. Tho ISest Itrmeily For Flux. given in such cases, but as nothing is causing ex gave relief, we sent for a physician and A Mr. John Mathias, a well know stock Vnnceburg. it was under his enro font week. At dealer of 1'ulasUi, Ky., says: After citement at suffering for over a week with flux free and easy expectoration is pro this time the child had been sick for A and mw physician having failed to re duced by a few duces of Coussen's Honey about ten days and was having; about, operations of the bowels lievo me, 1 was advised to try Cham of Tar. in all cases of Hoarseness, Sore twenty-liv- e herlnin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Throat, or difficulty of breathing. Price every twelve hours, and we were conRemedy, and have the pleasure of stat 25 and 50 cents at I'erry to u nomas' vinced that unloss it soon obtained relief it would not live. Chamberlain's aug2-ling that the half of one bottle cured drug 6tore. Cbolic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy me." for sate by rerry s Thomas. aug2-lHarrodftburg bus a street corner which was recommended, and I decided to try it. I soon noticed a change foi the is called "Dead Man's Corner." Horses like to be well stalled.but not better; by its continued use a complete cure was brought about and it is What Not to Say. in a muddy highway. now perfectly health'. C L. Boges, Do not say "I can't eat." Take Stumptowu, Gilmer county, V. Va Never go Away Hood's Sarsaparilla and mv, ' I am For sale by Porry & Thomas, druggists. from home without a bottle of Dr. huugrv all tho time, and food never aug2-lm- . Change of cli- hurts me." Bell's apartments, or ex mate, change of Never sav to your fricmls that you If Loyo had any sense of humor it posure may bring on a cold which are as tired in tho morning as at night. nothing hut this famous remedy will If thev happen to be sharp they will would laugh less locksmiths and more cure. Druggists sell it. tell vou Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that at girl's little brothers. fteling. Noyer do any wrong thing you tired not say, "flly lace is inn oi pim- Blotches and excrescences, which so Do can put olf till to morrow. ple--.You are quite likely to be told often annoy people, are simply ellbrts hy some one, " iiiere s no neeo oi umr. of nature to throw oil impediments to Bad Blood Cure Free. for Hood's Sarsaparilla cures pimples " the proper performance of her duties in It is improper and unnecessary to say, Ilerbine will aid aud assist naturoand Eating Sores, Tnmors, Ulcers. Can blood is and ensure skin clear poor and cer of the Nose. Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, My health is Sarsaparillamy will give her work, entirely free a from all imperbeautiful, Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are bad'' Hood's by I fections. Price all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood you good blood, n good health will Perry & Thomas,50 cents. For sale druggists. Balm), which Is made especially to follow as a natural consequence. aug2-latig2-l-- nre all Wrriblo Blood Diseases. Per sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blera Lshes, Seiofula, that resist other treat mentH. nre onicklv cured liv 1.. 1!. it (Botanic Blood Balm.)' Skin Eruptions, Pimples, Ked, Itching bezeuia, Scales, Blisters. Red orBrown Patches, Blotches. Catarrh. Rheumatism, etc.. are all dun to bad blood, and hence easily cured by B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven irotn tne system oy a B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), iu one to hve mouths, li. IS. K. does, not contain cyinuirummirumnminnnnruuiruuTJuuiJi vegetable or mineral "poison. One hot tlo will test it in any case. Forsalehv Iruggist8 every where. Large bottles SI, six for $5. Send for a free sample bottle, which will ho sent by return mail. When you write, describe symp toms, and personal free medical advice will b given. Address tsiood uaiiu uo l:S8 Mitehell street, Atlanta, Ga. ss "Jack-the-neepe- r" m y. to-da- y m mid Eczema. Tetter, The intense itching and smarting inciTho season's gold output in tho Klon- dent to these dise.-iseis instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and dike may reach $20,000,000. ckin Ointment. Many very bad jaseti To Cleanse Trie Syntem tiave been permanently cured by it. II Etrectually, yet gently, whon costive or is equally efficient for itching piles anil bilious, to permanently overcome ha- a favorite remedy for sore nipples; bitual constipation, to awaken the kid- chapped hands, chilblains, frost bit neys and liver to a healthy activity, iind chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. without irritating or weakening thein, to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, Dr. Cailj's Condition Powders, aro uso Syrup of Figs, made by tho Cali- just what a horse needs when in bad fornia Fig Syrup Co. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. s They aro not food but The Graysen graded school will not medicine and the best in nse to put n horse in prime condition. Price 25 npenjintil August 28. lents per package Your Turn Next. A volunteer fire company has beyti Everybody has a cold sometime organized at Sebree. your turn will come. Keep a bottle of Dr. Bell's at hand and ilerbine i well adapted to the euro of Ikj propared for an emergency. This fevers of all kinds, because it thoiotigldv famous remedy will cure a cold before, cleanses the stomach and bowels oi all it gets fairly startod or after it has Ki- bilious humors, aud expols all .impure ttled, but the sooner yon tak'o it thu secretions of the body. Price 50 cents. sooner you get well. 23c at your For Sale by Perry & Tliomas, druggists. ang2 lm auc2-l- u Salt-Ithcum s No ono knows the unbearable torture, the peculiar ami agonizing pain, caused by Piles, unless they havi sullered from them. Many believe them incurable. This if a mistake. Proper treatment will cure them. Tablor's Uuckeve Pile Ointment is an infallible cure. Prico 50 ctnts iu bottles, tubes 75 cents, at Perry fe Thomas' drug store. stant relief in cases of Itlee.Iing. Kurtm. Bruises, Scalds, Cuts otc. rrire.2oaul 50 cents at Porry A Thouiao' ding store. atig2-l- Ballard's Snow Liniment gives in- The law against shooting dovcs pired Aug. 1. ex- $1.50. $1.50. $1.50. ) Nisx OUR $1.50 WONDER. 0 o on-th- e Cn s O "Wff have this Shoe in stil the different lasts, in both Heel nnd Spring Heel, in both market. Come and sec for yourself. Button and Lace. This'is tiio greatest Shoe Boots, Shoes atrd" Gents' Furnishing. ' . have him lin would last week. He was dejected, worn out by watching aud sad to a degree that seemed incredible In one- who is ever the center of attraction in gay con sources. It was his matchless voice iu song and oratory that Milled the nmlti-tnd- o as nothing else could at the late State Democratic convention, ami all who gladly turned from the tumult there to listen to his mellifluous music, will join in sympathy in this hour of grief. Those so us; a there sprang from a heart that loved all mankind, but his Rngufoh now is wrung from a heart whence all gladuos u Red. To him and his stricken wife the sympathy of cathartic K4's PUIs are the favorite family Noah Jndd was drowned in Hart county whilo bathing in Little Barren river. The Rev. W. B. Costlpyof Stock-hridg- e, Ga., while attending to duties at Ellenwoud, that State, was attacked by cholera morbus. He iays: "By chance I happened to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy. and I think it wan the means of savnir my life. It relieved meat. For Mitti by Perry & Thotutw, druwcWrts, V C - Douglas, Bright & Co., it l ! rtT nr . V c,t' r. OT iVJiUtt c Tr,- ti . XVlUtliHUJMU, Al. a C $1.50. '". "si" $1.50. i' $1.50. Jrs! F, oc" ttRf-l- 7f 7f I 71rN 7f 7f Tin HUtT , Our Goods AND GOV. BROWN'S ADDRESS A CLEAN, MASTERLY, DIGNIFIED Our prices PRESEN TATION OF THE ISSUES OF THE CONTEST. ADDRESS DELIVERED AT LEXINGTON AUGUST 2ND. How To Gain Flesh gain a pound day by taking an ounce of SCOTT'S EMULSION. It is strange, but it often happens. Persons havs been Known to Volcanic-Eruption- ' ' . Kentucky Fair1 Dates. Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial. knfr The ladies cannot be deceh ed CUANSE5 by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of OVFRCOMES L rttD the world, select the laPERMANENTLY test goods, and when you buy you know you have Kidneys, Liver and Bowels THE VSIZM Acts gently on the the latest, up-to-da- te goods. Is that what you BV7 TMt GENVIflt want? If so, trade with (Al!(?RNIA TG tf-J- - MANY 0 or YRVPfe &0t Kf "2.e roa&Auertuixiucsirciu an5-l- y tcmL Wiite AND Gibson, SDR. CALDWELL'S CONSTIPATION. CALL ATw PEPSini HI SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. W&eelcf & Wilson Sewing Machine. Jl . Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby up-to-da- te Hon. John Young Brown spoke fer meeting held vently at the in Lexington last Tuesday. He said : Fellow Democrats: I have met to day many earnest men. I see before me the comrades of the past; the grandfathers and fathers and the sons that party of Jo Hereon and Jackson in whose service I have grown gray. (Ap plause.) From the time I cast my first ballot until I have never hesitated to support the ticket of my part, in an experience slretching back for more than the span of an ordinary human y life. I refuse to do it. (Great applause. One timid'friend 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.- - uentie- men, Robert E. Lee said that the noblest word in the English language was "duty." (Applause.) He said it n a letter that he wrote to his son, then a student at the military academy. He said, ponder that word, for it em braces all the moral rules that God gave to men, "Duty." I am before you this evening in obedience to tho prompting of duty. (Applauso.) We meet in an appropriate place the Athens, justly called, of Kentucky. Your streets havelbeon trodden by the feet and your halls have resounded with the eloquonce of illustrious men. Olay, the Breckinridges, the Marshalls, the Menifees, tho Prestons, Chief Justice Roberson 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 watch ing interrestial auairs, in my minu s eye I see them beaconing to us and ap proving tho courage of Kentuckians (annlause) 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 anti-Goeb- el to-dTo-da- Are'grand," but 'Bkin'Eruptiona fob life of joy. Rucklen's Arnica Salve, cures them, also Old, minning and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns,, "Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, , Chilblains. earth 'Drives out Best Pile cure'-,oPains and Aches. .'Only 25 cents 11 box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry & 0 Thomas, Druggests DEMOCRACY ON TOP. The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported.: Columbia, August 224 days. Alexandria, August 22 5jiays. . Louisville (Coloreil FairS.'August 22 5 Mtk PLEASE Germantown, AugustHJo-rr- l days. Bjpadhead, August 234rtlays. Ihelby t 2$ SdayH. ville.-Augus- dajs. s( I bomchow the ounce produces he pound ; it seems to start the digestive machinery going properly, so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food, which he could not do be 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 Just as a prelimnary the followuig is a partial list of the speeches delivered on Monday aet. August G: The Hon. G. G. Gilbert and W. B. Smith, at Kichmond;T ' r Tho Hon. J. C. W. Beckham,1 at Burlington, Boone County. Settle, at Frank The Hon. Evan fort, Franklin cojinty. ' Tho Hon. David R Hurry, at Mini- fordville, Hart county. Tho Hon. C. C. Cram, at Falmouth, Peiidloton county. The Hon. S. W. Hager, at Prestons- burg, Fioyd county. The Hon Henry D. Allen, nt Dixon, Webster county. The Hon. J. C. Deckham, at Paris, Bourbon county. The Hon. Samuel II. Crossjand, .at BentonMarshall county.. : . r i The Hon. I. H.' Goodnight, at Madi son ville, Hopkins county. The Hon. T, W. Simms, Jr., at Camn- bellsville, Taylor county. The Hon. YV. R. Howell, at Murray, Calloway county'. The Hon. R. F. Peake, at Lebanon, Marian county. Tho Hon.R.'J. BreckinridKO.Taylors- ville, Spencor county. The Hon. Chan. K. Wheeler, at Hop- kinsville. And the campaign lias hardly begun! Springfleid,!uWst'23 SVlays. Bardstown,Augus! 2J-- 4 days, LaGrange, August 303 days. Florence, August 5503 days. days. Elizabeth town, September . Bowling Greon,September l'irri Glasgow, September 20 1 days. Guthrie, September 27 1 days. Horse Cave, September 274 days. days- Owensboro, October 54 days. 35 County Court Days. Paris, Bourbon county, firbt Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon-da- y. Lexington, Eayelto county, sec6ud '' ' Monday. . rt Stanford, Lincoln eountyseeond Mon day. Georgetown, iScoit county, third Monday. .Danville, Boylo county, third .Monday. . Nioliolasville Jeifeauiino county,, third Monday.' Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. 4ve. o 9 - is m mi ei npwg van, GRADE earai bit- -- 1 " , I i nn,.,. j. ' f gcoirs pulsion You will find it lust as useful In summer as In winter, and if you are thriving upon it don't stop because the weather is warm. If a man is in tho right he doesn't have to get Jimd about it. mo more good SEND HO MONEY found ' 50c ad Ji.oo, all druggists. SCOTT & DOWJJC. Chtmlrti, New York. -- ment that resides in the heart of every man that resides in this country. If any one of you were called upon to pre vent fraud in an election, in the con vention, could you mako it broader or stronger or more comprehensive than t is now? I think not. NO OFFICE u irfti7 "DeWitt's Littlo Early Risers did GttXATEST BABGAIX TOC KVEK JIKAKD OK, a; than all blood medicines irririiiinHuuropeciBi uiier Knee 515.50 FNli and other pills," writes Geo. H. Jacobs, wiu sixiKUfc entires, tue maruine cjku pl ri of Thompson, Conn. Prompt, pleasCIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIAL In ynor own hnme. anr CfSfia ant, never gripe. they cure constipaaf JtarbUt at frrfil ake aad lii.OU. Ml. Njjtlii u r.ii. t.. ..t.t . all. tion, arouse the torpid liver to action it nA.i.. .ti trsV j...JL.s i. - r. i fl.iO, f f1 DESK nay and-- give j'ou clean blood, steady biSI3.SO brikl. DnOP offered by OABI7IET UUHDICJC is tna greatest value ever house nerves, a clar brain nnd a healthy apBEWARE OF IMITATIONS petite. Porry jfe Thomas. Tertlfatrnt. oll.rlnir a.rli.... gmltr Tariou, name, wua 08 OP CABINET BUROICa SEW1HQ MACHINE bS trtUHC. , l. Lei im .MI , ,, l uu cavu viamiuo it at jour nearci i n'igut ueui auiu n repre ented, ssiiabetMT, exm-tlVjlH yrf td I M L fi- . varlfios Julge Farmer Neal, of Bell county died at his home in Pineville last week. BKLIARLK 1.1D THE BURPICK usrscrsursiiM. Jl All K mill SHE .HIT. ut,,itut rrl.d Writ, U utlr,r ftyr'r leara wha ar . 1 Alv1 $ A rani! ha fi C:,i Ef SfJ.VTaW.lf.ffo iarsoT?atxT a.Li;T itii.it KITH Til. ItlDI Vll'lllll S1D.ASi HI. U" 11 V TH E. II A EST Jl k Ell IN M crJCte I. I 1 IHKJIOTAiATLKI II X F. V t. i ri t. STAINED WITH FKAUD. "GOVERNMENT A FAKOE." dating clerks. Saratoga "Without that your government is a Genuine Water Kept on Tap. 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, "I 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 history, is unmindful of the results of the past, is reckless of the consequences of the future. The eternal preservation of liberty depends upon eternal yigi- ance. You must denounce and resist overy encroachment upon your rights, because the great isle of the time is strewn with tho wrecks of the institu tions of men that were ruined by the debauchery of their citizens. They were indifferent lo their rights.in 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: "Tho 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 elec tion, 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 common wealth, having the least self respect, to put his that would be willing name to an opinion that the nominee of the late Louisville convention did not fall within the inhibition of that section of tho constitution? (Applause.) You will see that it says that the general assembly shall provide. Upon examination of the laws 1 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, un der 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 tiiat law, which is the su preme law of your State, and say that had tho legislature done its duty and passed the law that they were com manded to pass by theconstitution.that even if this man were elected, any honest court in Christendom, under tho evidence and under the proof, that men within twenty feet of me here can furnish, but would not turn him out. (Applause.) These be no idle words that I speak to you. I speak in soberness, and in earnestness, and in truth, and I speak to tho manhood and dignity nnd the t, to the love of to-dself-gove- rn -- ts Second St. Phone 3. RICHMOND, KY. twsssa ESTILL SPRINGS I Rotary Motion and Bail Bearings. White Snlplmr and Chalybeate. OPEN- Pleasure and Health Resort. -- 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 know 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 (Applauso.) 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 roy enemies can challenge ray integrity or dispute the sincerity of my purposes. Now I am not here for inerodeclama tory purposes; I am here to appeal to every voter in the State who is proud that lie is a Kentuckian and an Ameri can citizen. What is the dearest right you nave? (Voice in the audience. Suffrage. With self government.") 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 felon's stripes- - (Applause.) am not here to indulge invective That is not argument. 1 am not here to blow interferred with even in respect to the horns,beatthe drum sound and Hurry signify nothing. I want to talk to sober, earnest men about serious acts and ask, how far can it go? iiflilW ffSKSSSSSE&l The shower that spoils a woman's new bonnet is rain of terror. Story of a Slave- - !23353L,s5a II I. IISi3S3l OIK!. ran run It and dellher plain or kind of fai BIKT1IKO OU AHA in? EE Is sent with n,ri ,r,, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to wnd examine this machine. ... . it with those roarrtorekeeperrfMW it r.r ! thru If ronv)nrel tr f 2i.oo a i im Kl.TI tsar mirM awl 10a $16,A0 'X TO 560,00. TOl'It Sli.&Oirat INT llw rawllltla tkrra aaaaika r. t.K,,L - Cs .MlhASnnnlil.Hll.M. V I . MiMiiMta, uuur.niu uai. iipi.it, hortn A30TEAR8' ... ria!lfl I'llMkllt ii plnufrnniicLt to liiiel table, ar , - f.J, iwa with f ill l. n?th tni.le and head in plT for 4rmmtru Uirl krklp frawv, cur red, ifcnelel , iteeirafrf1 oaMttet finirli fittest rlrnwpr pn.:t tet ItA a rln ir admrtnlile irrli l Km r, ,r. ., ti fnur m.ttion lWtt Mirchr. ,1 bluest lars Ittch krm fcras. lnrhnttle, autrvwatlc bobbin winder, alutatIe bearing, pat. t ltlrator. Improreti loonu wheel, aljnctabte premer fit. irr'Tm,,! - a mrrfer. patent needle bar. pattrtdrrMiiiard head is bandnomriT i, - a n.1 ZL'TZ'Sl "!.,fr"r NICKEL TRIIVTXVIED. CWARANTErO tht UgM rult, ntUrubie a4 araiit alflnviril.t m4r. JCtrrf kaaa atUthaaeat UfaraUhral m4 ear Free Instruction Do. ron just any i SOLID OLAr.TEn SAWED .. iiiI.i-f,t...- OAK ?9,pt;8 th' uartr td .i - tv-- r tM P.-It- h hand nnd loot for years by the chains of disease in the worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a slave was made free. He says: "My wife has een so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bod alone. After using two bottles of Elec tric Bitters, she is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work." To bo bound This-guprem- Addresi, it tn SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicaeo. npr5-6- 111. IsiMg Central Stock Yards 7fV 7W 7 75 EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. f 9 tlx m Cod, Don't Set MH, 77l. s, remedy for fomalo dis eases quickly cures norvousness, sleep lessness, 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 G Perry & Thomas, Druggists. A nutmeg may be great, but sooner or later it will meet a grater. Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. more, Washington, Philadelphia, Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Eastern markets. Balti- New York and all We have just received a, number of Rofrifr-eratorIce Boxes, Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. FRiYATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY. Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all Irritating stings, bites, scratches, wounds and cuts soothed and hualed bv De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve a sure and safe application for tortured flesh. lieware of counterteits. i'orry k Thomas. The happiest days of a man's life seem to be in the near future. SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. may31-3- m All kinds of Fishing Tackle; Hooks to catch everything from a Sun Perch to a Channel Mud Cat. Did we ever say any- thing to you about the M W EVER BALL hi On the It. N. 12 hi For sale by HIiih Grass Furniture Co., Richmond, Ky. ...... .0 k O I. & B. Railroad and the Kentucky River, in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery, The White SulphtirJs a specific for "skin and kidney troubles; the Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Sulphur Baths in tho house. Hot a: jT"l"or lurther particulars address, : :3 r C&pi. mays 1 -- 4 J. U. Thorns, Prop'r,, m B --J CO IltVINE, KY. as. 5' g aOO5o9 n s SS -- 135EGOPMIST RANGES in O C 3 5' o. croocr V w v o ???? C C 3aOM assD aaao. o a w a. H o :::3 o B33BBE23 BS8S O o o 6 a w S3S2 PEPSINS kYRUPINDIGESTION. 1 V CURES OR. CALDWELL'S IB Roofing, Gutteiing and General Job "Work. Sh Lv LouUfllli- Ar SbelbyrlH Ar Lo'renreb'n Ar Versalllrs. Ar Islington Lv Lexlncton.. Ar VcrBallles. . Ar LnVenccb'u Ar Sbflbrv Ille.. Ar LoulKvlUe r.ASTnoPNn RAILWAY No. l, ; No. 5. 7.40am 4.ipm V BCD. 30MPLCTE The Great Sj? OS KENTUCKY ) Schedule la effect Jane 11, 1800. KaSL Warn 9.!Aam S.SSpm 7.15pm tiaiatim, ' iiaiOam tisfipm 9.50pn 7.PD BLISS 9.07pn NaT .pm 10.0Upn Nad 7.biJm TBpm 5.15an 4.&2pmi f.37an B.lWm . 10. 40am rAsxnou.Ni). Ko. l3.,Ka li statiosh. 4.ukm 7.40Qm,l.r L5ilsvll"Ar: Lv LnmcbrifAr a30i)m;iao0atn v. i opm m 43aro a r J i a rem xg I. v J.a)pniia55umiAr Uurtrln. . Lv . 6(Bpm S.32an 7.S5prn 7.6Tan WESTllOUNIX ' Slro.:. fly to pieces. How often thone words are on a woman's lips. They express to Uie uttermost the nerve racked condition of the body, whicu makes life a daily martrydom. ' I feel as if I should Na 11 So. U 7.35pm ltt40un 6.10pm fUOnn 4.25pm 7.aian 4.15pm 7.l0an WESTDOCKa INa lo. tNo.08 EASTBOtrND i?a 15. No 4.iwpm 7.40um,Lv loulsvll Ar l5.40am 7.35pn 33pm O.TOamlLv Shelbvll Ar P.12am o.06pn fi.60pm iaaam I,v Ventlles Ari 7.60am 4.1Spn 7.1PpmU.10am,Ar Midway Lv 7.S0ami S.S8piI 7.4"pm 12.(6pmlAr Georctn Lv1 7.00am a.00pn EAJtTBOniCU WESTBOUND. tNo. l.ltNo. 6.1 8TATTOSS. tNo. 6. Na 2 7.40ami 4.(WpmLv Loulsvll Ar 10.40am 7.S3pir asopmiLv Veralles Ar 7JWam' 4.4TpH ll.ceam 7.33pin Ar Ntchlrlll Ar n.6Ham' l.Vipn ll.68pmj 8.30pm Ar Klcbmnd I.v1 0.05am' lOopn a. stations. I.'t.pm Ar IrTlne . LtI 1 4Spn Lv LouUviUe. . . . Ar Lexington Ar Knoxvlllo Ar AnhovIIlt) Arijorannah Ar Jacksonville ... Ar Cnatutnoofm . . Ar Atlanta Ar Macon . . ia4.am lasspni 7,oupm No. 1. Na 3. 7.4U:im 7.45pa 7.4&an now nlthlti rny rench of ctrrv Ainrrlran J iIiijh iHu.UiiIy ilibtrantifHl to cure tn.iit!K'fit lie mre,t cninplleatttl cn.e of XiTTons UeUUKr, ot s It ecu powerfully and quickly. . N" Hon. rhv!cnlly 1'rrfrrl. I Ihr rrull Til- :- ip 'if ti:;UVK.ltO. Youne men will n t'H lr lot 1.1H11I100.I, and Old Men will recover Tlr routs. ul rlaur. ltliiiigoratea and restore to all suiTcren from Seminal Weak Imnotency. Varicocele. SocrmaUorhea. Enils!oni. Lout Iiraln ami Jtiucnlar Power, cuk :nloT, Wakefulness Evil Dfrann, Dopon-"ih-Jtk of Confkleiira. and all effects of nrlf. Ihim or il cirem ami IndlM rctlon. which nnflu ne inr imlne. study or man larn. k uto it roct of tlrt dlscaso tliat Is liy nirt. It 1. :lio nwiN Xcr r Tonic. In the world im Anion nnd restores e I'lrf. of YoiiiIi. It N a nnrrelona Dlood lurl--r-iUt- h .Jiy the- IMuk Clow comes bark lo In-lion havlns UECENEltU. n U- - irrl'l H vet wk't J!y mall (tl.00 per . 01 ix fcr 85.0IJ. We cheerfully refund -hrre 'It loxes do not effect n cure. Aii'i "rvi I no American umco of ireu -- si. l)le. i: It tins condition had come suddenly it would have been unbearable. But the transition was erad ual. A little more strain each day on Uie nerves. A litUe snore drain each day of the vitality. Any be woman would wi viuum l.lOprr S.0(iam i.OOam (VIOdee1 n" .nntwiiY medical co.raKss& For sale In Richmond by Perry sept21-l- & Thomas lutsam llOam 1.10am 225pm 8.10am SUOans (S.S0nm &5am Ar Jocltxonville . iT Clint tanoora .. Ar Illrmlnghsun .. Ar Meridian Ar Now Orleans.. 0.46am 10.05pm 11. 30am EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' a 25am B.wpm Trains N(. i.z.5 anil ft, between LouNvlllo nml Lezlcgton, cicry Free Observation Chair connects at Lexington dally with mruuiin sleeping cars to unatianoopa, Illrm iuicuaiii uuu .tew uru:unn, ana mrougn ftieepe; Ucm Cbutitnooh-- to Atlanta. Macon nnd Jack ocviiia Trains No. 3 and 4, throurti sleepln frcars bc LouUrlllo and nirmlnxbum. connecting Mi 1 a rcn MM rLLam only lino with three dally trains between Lou!svtlI. ShelbyvlUe and Lexlnpton. 1 Dally ezcep. Sunday. Other trains daily. A. WnEDOW. P.4T.A., S.T.SWJIT. P.&T.A.. ,?x,ul,,S.leJi'rLexlneton, Ky. C A. luiuu. T. P. A.. Louisville Ky. f.S.GA.vso:.3.1 V.P.a.M.k J. M. CCI.P.T. M - Anyone sending a sketch and description msy quietly ascertain enr opinion free whether aa Invention Is probaUy patentable. Commnnlca. Uonsstrletlyconadcmtlsl. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through llnnu A Co. recelvo tptcial notice, without charge. In the Copyrights &c Traoc Marks Designs woman tries to be rid of it. Thousands of such women have been cured by Dr. Pierce's treatment with his "Favorite Prescription" when I VrtfCo"' local doctors had entirely failed to cure. Sick women suffering from unpleasant drains, irregularities, bearing down pains. inflammation and ulceration are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., by letter free of charge. Every letter is guarded as a sacred commence. All let. texs are nromntlv answered and mailed in private envelopes without printing of any kind upon tnem. " Favorite Prescription " is in the full est sense a temperance medicine, con taining neither alcohol nor opium or other narcotic in any form. Accept no M 1 a condition. Every glad to be rid of such Scientific MttliN & Co. A handsomely Illnstrsted weekly. Iarcet-lr.3l-. cuiauon ok anr wienunn .mnrrini. 'i er.ns; I X year: rour nonius, i. Bold dv all newMiraiers. ttmrkm. New 4 YoHc suDsutute. Mrs. Rent lleusel. of Matslltoa. Stark Co. Ohio, writes; " I had been troubled with chronic constipation and female weakness and doctored with different physicians, none of whom seemed to help me. I saw one of your and I thought I would try your medicines. I did so and with good results. Took one bottle of Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and two o( ills Golden Medical Discovery,' and I can say k am curra 01 my irouoicj. manKS 10 ur. tierce Kand. hit medicines. They do a world of cood to .moK w ru ivc mem a gooa irui." advertl-cmerits, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dytpep- sia hecauso its miriedieuts are sum that it can't help doing so. "The public can rely upon it as a master remedy 8AFEOARD OF LIBERTY. for all disorders arising trom imperiect Don't you love your home, don't you digestion." Jas. M. Thompson,, M. P , . 1. love the vines that your wife and chil- in American Journal ot iieaiui, dren have planted, which in this glori- Perry & Thomas ous summer are budding around that If a man's single he's just as good as sacred spot? Don't you love the roof- married or just as bad. tree and the shade, don't you love ta look out upon your fields, even if you Hamilton Clark, of Chauncev, Ga., own an humble number of acres, and savs he sntierod witn itching pups when vou rise and go out into God's twenty vears before trying DisW itt's Witch Hazel .Salve, two iiie-Tar-Honsunlight, thinking about human affairs, completely cured him. boxes of which ev Beware of you thank God that your lot was worthlp&s nnd dangerous counteneits. don't cast in this country of liberty? The Perrv & Thomas. most natural remedy, improved by Nature children climb your knee and kiss your science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive cheek aud toy with your hair; your WOMEN IN TROUBLE. Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces daughters grace and adorn tho home, Tho Approach of Motherhood is tho of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. and protection You are its sheet-anchOccasion of Much Anxiety to All. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n What guveyon all this? The blood and mucus is cutout; tha rated ; the microbe-bearin- g Every woman dreads the ordeal ' cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed the suffering and the lives of the men through which sho must pass in becoming a membranes are healed and soothed so that there that put before the world the Declara which mother. The pain and suffering is is source of is no inclination to cough. tion of Independence, and won in that constant in store for heranda dread, to anxiety, fear SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS war of revolution, which result was our say nothing of the danger which the present constitution of the United States coming incident entails. The joyous Battlaa Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes the grandest offspring of human rea- anticipations with which she looks for- i BE SURE YOU GET and never naed ward to bnby's coming gives way to an t AM BQ equal son and the noblest chart of human indescribable dread of the ordeal when i any remedyYEARStoOLD.lieUto FlneTar vr. pennanent relief quick Honey. 8?. Boll's Pixt'Tar-Moni- y liberty. (Applause.) Don't you want she fully reulizes the critical and trying In grip aa It gives coughs and colds. It male en well as and weak uurs strong. Mrs, M. A. Metcuife, daughter, and those sons, and your event which will soon approach anu that Foduc&h,Ky. endured. children's children to have protection of have to be should hail with delight a For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. Women life and liberty and property as wo remedy which insures to them imhaye had it? If you do, then never for munity from the pain, suffering nnd get what Robert E. Lee Said, thnt duty danger incidental to Such remedy is is the grandest word in the English womena need not fearnow offered, and longer the hour of language. (Applause.) Never forget childbirth. "Mother's Friend" is n that which Clay said and I wish to God scientific liniment and if used before that both expressions could be written- confinement, gently and surely prepares the body for tho great requirements in letters of Are upon the skies, that all and changes it is undergoing, insures Kentuckians could read them snfety to both mother and child, and through "I would rather be right than presi takes her ease and tho event with com- dent." I have in past speeches glorified Sarative remedy iscomfort. This every praised by tho history of this commonwealth ; I woman who has used it. have spoken of her illustrous sons and What woman is no't interested in This wonderful of her renown in peace and war. Are "Mother's remedy has been and ita pricewe to lose it all? Has manhood fled to less value proven tested experience ol by tho brutish beasts? Are wo to bo called up thousands of happy mothers who and voted like dumb-drive- n cattle? have used it during tho moet critical Are you ready for it? (Cries in audi period of woman's 'life the approach and culmination of motherhood. ence, "No! No!") It has won their everlasting praise, for it gave them help and hopo in HIGHER THAN PLATFORMS. their most trying hour nnd when Here be questions that rise above par most needed. Everj woman may some ty platforms. Here be fundamental day need "Mothers Friend." The rights that have been invaded and out little book, "Before Baby is Born," telling all about it. and when it should raged. "Will Kentucky submit, and if be used, will prove of great interest anfl you submit y what will be the con benefit to nil expectant mothers, and sequences of the future? It is a serious will be sent free to any address upon application to the Bmdiield Regulator thing to me to part with the Democratic Company, Atlanta, Ga. IP organization. I am yet a Democrat (Applause.) When I say part with the Democratic organization I mean a false' MP nni i WMiit-villi wviaianiiin niiT ticket of that party. 4 Applause.) And aad mdUu, state yoar hcitkt, tt, alter mnturo consideration; as I have number inches around bodj at brtut, taken OTtr TMt. under eoal. cIom ud told you, I in willing to support it under arm. Dumber Inchea arc and bodj at waist and nip and length ot because my manhood rebels; my sense icy uuiae (huiw ec&m xrom ug i erettkufctel, state whether 70a wish of duty protests, but if I faltered in that na mi mr V7 I W we willrrvcx coas ana coior wuiteu, aD.. send yoa by exnreea. c. o. duty from any selfish consideration of BCWJiCT TO UiruiATIt a ttJUr atec alt u yecr ztct auire. Yon can exam tne the future, I should feel thnt I was a and try It on at your ezpresa office, and If you find It the best made, moet stylish coward and should blush when moral enityoueTer had, equal to anything' 7 oar ana uie tailor would make jo lor went home to receive the kisses of my most wonderfulTaXce too erer heard of, 7 lh eiprrti rat 'XI HILT Ol B Kf.U don't believe that wife and children. I I LIB FRICt ar 1.S0 sad esprtM cbams less the 11. sent with order. a truly brave man ia ever drivon by aa AT 1 K Of) w tsM saltt to T7 Let him stand four stlu tailors set 2.uo for. They are all One csttoa popular clamor. making mtu dallr square to evey .wind that blows. Let UUsr errors creep butand some orer 1. 000 accumu. In measure misfit fults late, and to keep our stock clean we shall close them like the trans-alpin- e HALT rciCS and less than, coat of cloth oak the alone, a 058 1m him be pat at u as. blr firmer the root is the ruder it blows, These suits wore made to measure at $15.00 to $18.00 Foreign and Domestic all I want you from fine me Ito us and cheviot cloths. wool easslmerea, I look into earliest faces. In light, medium worsteds, pit: Terr later to go forth from this convention and and dark shades, also andIn effects, made In satin plpedjt trimmings, coats t tyle.wlth Hue Unlngs your neighbors the alarm bell has Iancyarmthlells,slikandUnensewihg,Wtrrv4'rjtaiiBs. tell We) will select the exact kl.id and style you. want, re?sti4rttt been rung, and it is time for menvho of suityou get It, It you do not It tyi.rtit Mfttin and, say it is to eyery purpose POUND ONLY AT THE when your Kentucky, who love Democracy, exactly the same as It originally made to tailor measnre love at KJ.OO byusateiS.oouiia.oo, or by your own It at who lovo home rule, tho love tbe dig to ttf .00, rttsra Clothaar eipeai. of Order tdir IWt IMaj. Samples men's tailoring, Write for free of Kentucky citizenship, to stand iii,Seara, Roebuck & Co., Chicago nity Ce. are taoreuf hi raBaWa, Bdltor. ( art, Setback together like a band of brothers and of yonr party anil the save the wreck destruction, in all probability, of your DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. State. (Applnuse.) I give you my hand Of fellowship, and in comiug years when I am gono, those of yon who may survive mo, press the grass that may grow green over my grave, I beg to yon to do memory, and sav: 'Tbere honor sleeps a man who was loyal to his duty as he understood it by the light that It artificially digests the food and aMs j his God gave him." (applause, contin- nature m strengthening and the exhausted digestive oriiiKi ued applause.) gans. It is the latest discovered dlgeat-a- Well, we will see j'ou later. Call and seu us. ac DR. BELL'S 3Sar- 7n Main unuii win 1 Street, Ric hmond, Ky. Madisoh Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Propiuetok. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. 1 child-bearin- g. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. 4-f-- to-da- v. Thai's why you want to see them. I?? before you buy. We mean our Those who are contemjilating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind ol Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tln n ar 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 nil clnsw's f ja9Mn. W. G. GOUOHEU, one; of the best workmen in Cenfu) buyers. Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment nnd this means satisfactory work in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for desi,:tH, which will be furnished on application. gW YOUR PATRONAGE SO LICITED.""! JKMES T. A BOON TO MANKIND! Proprietor. iff Insurance Gasoline Stove. ftel" D" shJ to-da- TABLER'S BUCKEYf o m A, PILE 5 7Z ! srii-:ii-- ni stun ir Ol I ' a 50. i2 O "Min ro innmi'irn n?P 1 5wz 5. h m m w m CUR! and 11 I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, BY MAIL, 76 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. JAMES F. BALLARD, CO IVSs Hi Sote Proprietor, & - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. aw For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. 3inl" 1 Casliifar dware Store of Kodol 3 i I, I Jl. .mt a m Why Suffer Agony ? A 1 - a, i Ji In 1 A When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to cure you. It is the discovery of an eminent physician. Ns Dyspepsia Cure recon-stnictin- The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has cured thousands, and will euro you. MR. T. S. WILCOX, rirominent merchant, politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Fire. Department, says : Mt ! Nt Interruption of Business ! to-m- Digests what you eat. pr nt WnsiiLetoivJ). c-- . Loulsvrie, Ky. Branch OAce.eK T pt. Waahlaeton. V.C Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets arc a per feet cure for cor.stipmtlcm, 1 "Our" baby was sick for a month with sever cough and catarrhal fever, Although wo. tried many remedies she kept getting wor;e until wejijijed One VI Inute Cbugii Gurer-it rclltnbu at nnco and cured,lfef4w a"fe"iV ifavH'' B. L. Nance, Priii, HfcU Behoof BJuflUaH Texas. Parry & Thoniaa. and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It relieves and permanently careg Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Naasea, Sick HeadachcGastralglHiOampe, and all other results of lmperfectdiswstioa. hhmI by E. C. DWiU a C.. Cfescaaa. P For sale by t'erry TJkjj.ss. Screen Doors, Water Coolers, V .Refrigerators Jhnmrji.ou I Mowers, Hay Bakes, ders ii Binder Twine, Etc. fW4 After years of suffering, DON'S PILE OINTMENT was recommended to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily give ycu this statement, hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful rumedy to the attention of others suffering with piles." Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.