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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30, - - 1807.
Richmond Fair July 27 SO;
Beautiful Stationery cheap. Clahk
$28.10 to San Francisco June 29 to
July 3, L &N.
Children's dav exercises were held
At College Hill M. E. Church Sunday.
Rainbow mixed paiut guaranteed.
Cur.ic & Douglas.
Ono nno one-third fares to Lexington,
June 29 to July 8, to Chatnuqua.
A A. Williams
- -Mr. was appointed
3'osttuaster at College Hill, this county,
ieo. AV. Hall's throe-ring circus
v ill he here Friday, July 2. See ad.
Mrs. Williamson will open herbelert
primary school September Glh. See
- (io to Clark & Douglas and getafne
treatise on Hog Cholera and its cure.
'J he best thine out.
The Methodist Church Sunday
S liool gave a picnir, last Wednesday, at
in. Arnold s woods near town.
Another fine buggy with rublcr
lire Mild last week. Louis Neal is the
lucky man thin time. J no. Doxelson.
The residence of Mrs. Jnne Gilmore,
at Kingston, was struck by lightning
W rdnesday night and considerably damaged.
You can hear. the famous brass
lutidb of the U. S. at the Graphophone
concert at Court House Thurbddy night
Jul v 1st.
Orders are coming in from neighbor
ing towns and counties for ehicles built
In DuucImui at the Kentucky Carriage
The June term of Ebtill Circuit Court
ctinxened at Irvine Monday witli a light
docket. There are two murder cases
Graphophone or phonograph entertainment
at tho Court House on Thursday
night. One of the largest talking
mai'hiiies on record.
The next open air concert will be on
July 10. The band boys plays at the
4th of Jul celebration at Barnes Mill
bridge on Julv 3.
Two fourth clat postmasters were
appointed for Madison county Friday
M. J. Dennett at Cottouburg and T.
C Witt at Kinghton.
Has Col. B. Cook Potts tied his
puzzle to your button hole? His company,
the New York Life, is giving away
a novel puzzle; ask him for one.
After investigating and comparing
goods anl prices, the people of
send to Duuelson for vehicles And
the heels keep turning.
Two hours with Thos. A. Edison's
celebrated Graphophone July 1st, at
Court Hoiirc Thursday night beuefit of
the Innimary. Children 10c, adults 15
If you want to be astonished call as
we did on Jr. 1 MidkifTaud examine bin
line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and
road wagon-i and get his pneeb for same.
Tlie can all'ord to ndc in a vehicle
at In prices. tf
Hello. Uncle Billy Cochran! whcre
lid you get that handsome surre? It
l)(As like one I saw at Donclson's.
That's wheie I got it, and Gentry sold
two more just like it the day I bought.
The Graphophone will name the
handsomest young lady and gentleman
present at concert, who will be awarded
a nice present. Court house Thursday
Still abend of them all. They
can't touch our low prices on
groceries. Some may attempt
it but invaribly fall by the "way side.
Dull days are a tiling of the past at
our store. I). Chcnault fc Co.
The C. A O. I'.y. will run a special
train leaving Lexington at 10:15 on
the night of July 3, connecting with
fast line train arriving at Iiichmoud
at 11:43 p. 111., for the benefit of parties
Come, get our prices on all kinds
of groceries, queensware, etc., and
compare them with the prices of other
store. ui first-class coods and you will
find us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent,
cheaper than any grocery house in
Richmond. J). Chcnault & Co.
Mr. Joseph Nolan. I, of Union City,
has purchased the territory covered by
Madison county by the leeent invention
of the churn dash power patented bv a
Kciituckian. It is a splendid invention
and we feel satified that every housekeeper
in the county will want one of
his dashers when Miev examine them.
Undoubtedly the cheapest grocery
Iiohsc in Central Kentucky is
J). Chcnault fc Co., on 2d St., Richmond,
Ky. They handle only standard
good-, and sell them for lefs than
so called cheap houses charge for
trashy stuff. D. Chenault & Co.
I5e sure ami come to the
concert at Court House Thursday
night, July 1st. You will hear banjo
xylophone solos, quartettes, etc Many
ot the vocalists Favor, Quin, Gakkins.
Spencer, Miss Olive and others. Only to
be heatd to be admired. Benefit Infirmary.
Editors, as a rule, are kindhearted
and liberal, savs the Elkton Times. An
exchange tells of a subscriber to a certain
paper who dicl and left fourteen
years' subscripton unpaid. The editor
:ipteareil at the grave as the lid was be-in;:
screwed down for the last time and
put in a linen duster, a thermometer,
a palm leaf fan and a recipe for making
I am a candidate for City attorney
of Richmond Ky. subject to the action of
the Democratic Party. If nominated and
it will be my constant endeavor
to represent the best interests of the city.
We call attention to the announcement
in this week's ifcsue of John R.
Gibson for councilman from University
1'recinct. He says, "my platform is a
reduction of all municipal expense?.
High taxes have already injured this
city more than all other causes combined.
People will not moe into
enterprises in a city which is
with debt, and in which
taxation is high. Moreover, we should
be enterprising; we should induce
Io establish here and give work
to the unemployed. A town in which
the poor are idle is a dead town."
Put Up or Shut Up.
All candidates expecting to enter the
city primary, July 15, must pay their
fees to-day or their names will not appear
oa the ballot.
Richmond Fair July 27-30.
You often see ofltred 10 the public
very extravagant propositions. Some
are genuine, others fakes. One has an
honest purpose aud a reason for tho
extra inducements offered, aud the articles
shown substantiate the offer. It
is an unalterable law with our house to
offer nothing but what we carry out to
the very letter. Our special sale of
men's and boys suits at just half price
ore bargain that are ,worth the consideration
of every one who wants a suit of
clothes. You may ask why we do it?
It is easily answered. The spring season
U about over. We find many lots
broken, that is only one or two suits left
of a lot, and we would rather close these
out at a lots, get the money for them,
clean out our spring goods and make
room for the Iarue stock of fall goods that
will soon be coming in. You may find
just what you want in this special salo
aud you will make money by coming
and beeing w hat w e have. Covington &
Millinery at Cost.
Miss Tempie Oldham will sell her
stock of beautiful milliuary at cost
for cash so as to reduce the laree amount
of goods she has on band. Come early
and get first choice. june 23 lmo.
Drowned at Ford.
Ralph Watts, a colored
bey; was drowned in the Kentucky River
at Ford Tuesday while bathing. His
body was recovered Satunlay several
Excursion to Louisville.
On account of two laague games of
ball, the R. X. I. & R. railroad -will
run an excursion to Louisville Sunday.
July 4. Hound trip $125. Train
leaves Richmond C :00 a. m., returning
arrives at 11 p. m.
Mr. Perry Announces.
Mr. Henry L. Perry, the efficient
and affable prescriptionist for Dr. W.
G. White, is announced as a candidate
for Councilman from the University
Ward. Mr. Perry has many
friends who are glad of the opportunity
to attest their confidence in him
by supporting him for the council.
June 2Uth to July 9th, Low rates excursion
tickets on sale via the Queen fc
descent Route On the dates above named,
selling daily tickets good until July
10th foi return, passage, at the rate of
one-third fare for the round trip. These
tickets are on 6ale from Cincinnati and
all points in Kentucky. Ask Ticket
Aucnt for further particulars.
No Principal Yet Old Assistants Chosen.
At a second meeting of the school
board held last Friday night to select
a principal for Caldwell High School
the vote resulted, as did the first, in a
tie between Prof R. II. Hough, of
Nashville, and Prof. Rice Miller, of
Nicholasville. The following assistant
teachers were chosen: Misses
Maggie Powers, Estelle Walker. Jennie
Ford, Ressie Dudley, Mrs. Betts
and Harvey Rrock.
Liquor Dealers Barred.
The General Association of Kentucky
Baptists at Georgetown adopted a resolution
declaring that no one engaged in
the manufacture or sale of intoxicating
liquors should be retained in church fel
Jowship, and that churches retaining
such members should be denied representation
in the Association. The Association
meets at next year at
Low Rale Put-in Bay Excursion.
Low rate round trip tickets on sale.
oer the Queen & Crescent Route and
connecting lints for excursion of July 19
(leaving Chattanooga tiic night of the
ISth) $12.25 round trip from Chattanooga,
$11.35 from Dayton, $10 75 from
Rockwood, $10.55 from Harriman Junction,
$8.00 from Somerset, $7.00 from
lexingtou aud Georgetown. Good 0 days
Ask agents for particulars.
Fourth ol July Excursion, Southern Railway.
The Southern Hailwaj' will sell excursion
tickets between all stations in Kentucky
011 July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, aud
morning trains 5th, at rate fare aud third
for the round trip, tickets good returning
until July 7th inclusive. Louisville
o lie is numerous attractions on these
dates, including National League Game
of Ball, fire works aud other features.
At Lexington July 3rd, very attractive
program lias been arranged by the
of the Chautauqua Assembly. For
rates and information, apply to the nearest
agent Southern Railway-
A False Report.
The report that has been circulated
in the Red House neighborhood to the
effect that I furnished Mr. John W.
Means to assist in my r.icc for nomination
for Jailer of Madison county, is
false and without Inundation. I never
even heard of Mr. Moberley ui til this
unpleasant report was circulated.
P. B. Bkoadocs.
June 25th 1S97.
This is to certifv that the report circulated
in my neighborhood that I said
Broaddus gave Moberley money to use
in the Election is false and not a won)
of truth in it, and whoever started this
rcort has made it himself without the
shadow of foundation.
Special Train For Chautauqua, Saturday,
On Saturday evening, July 3rd the
Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will run a
special train, leaving Lexington at 10:15
p. in. for Richmond, Ky., Winchester,
Mt. Sterling and intermediate stations to
accommodate persons desiriug to remain
at the Chautauqua Assembly, and witness
the night musical programme. A
fine programme has been arranged for
the entire day, aud it will pay you to
Don't fail to hear Hon. Henry Watter-son
on"Abrabam Lincoln." And Gen.
John B. Gordonon "First dajs ol the
George W. Baexey,
D:s. Pass. Agent,
Stabbed His Assailant.
Report comes from Irvine that
John Park, wn of ex-County Judge
W. W. Park, while returning home
from Irvine, aliout one mile distant,
last Monday night, was stopped at a
lonely point on the road by a highwayman
who demanded his money.
Turk went down in his pocket presumably
for his purse, but instead
drew his knife, "which ho plunged
into the breast of his unknown assailant,
who fell by the roadside, with
the exclamation, "You have killed
me!" Park put spurs to his horso
and rode rapidly home. Returning
next morning ho found a pool of
blood, but' tho would-be robber had
escued or been carried away by
fricndB. Park is only about 17 years
old, aud belongs to one of the most
prominent families iu Estill comity.
Richmond Fair July
J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports
about 200 cattle on tho market, none of
tho first quality. 600 to 700 heifers
brought 2Jc Fair to good rows, 2Jc.
500 sheep brought $2.40 per hundred.
Prices ruled easier than last court, but
sellers controlled and fair figures were
The Matinee Trols.
Abont five hundred people were out
at the fair grounds on Friday last to witness
the matinee. Bob "Walkerdriver
for John R. Gibson, won the 2-year old
ond three minute trots, H. C. Traynor
the 2:25 pace, while R. P. Fox won the
yearling race with Nellie Louise, the
beautiful colt belonging to C. H. and C.
"Wo are indebted to Mr. Cabell H
Chcnault for tho following notice
taken from tho Mt. Sterling Democrat:
Ono of the prettiest aud most elaborate
weddings of the season was that
of Mi. Daniel M. Chenault, of Rich
mond, and Miss Elizabeth Reid,ot
this county, which occurred at the
Christian church Wednesday evening
at8:30 o'clock, Rev. H. D. Clark officiating.
The church was handsomely decorated
by Mrs. AILi Jones, of Winchester,
who was assisted by some of
the ladies of the church, .and the
beautiful flowers and plants were
furnibhed by the Mt. Sterling Floral
Company. Miss Julia Graves, the
tnleuted violinistof Winchester, who
was to have played during: the ceremony,
was unable to attend on account
of sickness, and Mrs. Charles
D. Grubbs. rendered the wedding
march, superbly, on the organ.
At the sound of tho music the
ushers marched in, two in each aisle,
followed in one aisle by the attendants,
groom and best man, and in tho
other aisle by the bridesmaids, who
were gowned in white and pink organdie
and pink ribbons and carrying
carnations. Never did bridesmaids
look more beautiful.
The bride, who was handsomely
gowned in white satin, trimmed with
lace, and bridal veil, and carrying1
white carnations, entered from the
rear door leaning on the arm of her
sister. Miss Caroline Reid, Maid of
Honor, who looked handsome iu
white organdie, carrying white carnations.
There was never a more
grand or beautiful scene .while the
bridal party stood before the altar
and Bro. Clark, in an impressive ceremony,
pronouccd tho happy couple
man and wife.
After the ceremony the bride and
groom left on the 9:50 train for Old
Point and other Eastern places.
They will probably visit tho bride's
parents on their return, after which
they will receive their friends at their
palatial home on Lancaster avenue,
The ushers were Messrs. Dr. Nelson
V. Prewitt, of Winchester; J. Prewitt
Young and W. Caswell Prewitt, of
this county, and N. R.Rright,of this
The attendants wore Messrs. James
Crutcher, C. H. Chenault, Caswell
Tribble, George W. Evans, John Gibson
and William Hume, of Richmond;
Nelson Gay, of Clark county;
Clifton R. Prewitt and J. Coleman
Reid, of this county, and best man,
John B. Chenault.of Richmond.
The bridesmaids were Misses Annie
Crutcher and Lila Chenault, of
Richmond; Olive Fant, of Flemings-burg;
Ottie McGarvey, of,Lexington ;
Mary Gay, of Clark county; Annie
May, of Harrison county; Pattie and
Ella Prewitt, of this county! Eliza
Harris and Margaret Woodford, of
The bride is tho eldest daughter of
Hon. J. Davis Reid, one of our
wealthiest farmers and leading men,
and is one of Montgomery's leading
society belles, possessing the traits of
11 true and noble Kentucky woman.
The groom Is ono of Madison county's
best young business men and a
prominent attorney, besides being
possessed of considerable wealth.
The Climax joins with their host of
friends iu congratulations.
Richmond Fair July 27-30.
Best to take alter dinner; nk
prevent distress, aid MJf I
tton, cure constipation. J 1 j
I'urclj' refutable; do not grlpfl
or cu pain. Sold by all drcggiitt. 2 cent.
ITcpared only bj C L Hood & Co, Lowell, Mm.
At Cloerport Friday, the flooring mill
of'Oelze Brothers was unroofed and other
We have opened the Boston Great
Bargain Store with a full line of ladies
and gents furnishing :oods, fashionable
clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musical
instruments, etc. Everything at the
lowest prices. Will also make special
prices for the next IK) days, every day
from 10 a. 111 until 2 p. m., Saturday's
from 10 a. 111. until 9 p. m. Call on me
aud look at goods. Respt. Yours,
A. DOBROWSKY, Prop.,
21 First St., Richmond, Kv.
There will be a co-operative boarding
house with Bethel College
at Russellvrlle next term.
The great popularity of Aypr's Cherry
Pectoral as a cough-cure is easily explained.
It is soothing, healint;, agreeable to
the most economical of all similar pre
It is prompt to act and sure
to cure. It
There will be a Sunday-school celebration
at the "Willeroy Grove near
Wyoming' in Bath county, on July 3.
Louisville, Ky., May 11, 1897. The
following statement is made by Lena
Johnson, 1018 Treston St., this city: "I
have been cured of hives and headaches
by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla and
Hood's Pills, and I cannot speak too
highly in praise of those medicines. I
recommend them as the beet that can be
Hcoi's Pills cure nausea, sick headaches,
indigestion, biliousness. All druggists.
James Whitakcr, aged eighty, was
stricken with paralysis at his home on
Helm street, in Henderson.
Weary wives, mothers, and daughters
tired, nurses, watchers, aud help tired
women of all classes should take Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. It is tho kind they need to
give pure blood, firm nerves, buovant
spirits, and refreshing sleep. There is no
tonic equal to Ayer's Sareiparilla. It
Wood Lacey was held over nnder $500
bond at Russellville for killing a negro
who insulted Mrs. Lacey.
People with hair that is continually
falling ontor those that are bald, can stop
the falling, and get a good growth of hah
by Bttiw IUira Hair Renewer. , - it
- " j
Ben Bradley, colored, was sentenced
to the penitentiary for life at Paris for
posisoning hie wife.
Sometimes the most careful women
are the most ctrless. Many a woman
bundles herself up, to keep out sickness
when she is neglecting the very worst
sickness that can come to a women.
She allows a slight disorder tor become
worse, to slowly sap her vitallity. The
little pain aud tha other slight indications
of trouble seem to her unimportant
She goes on, with increasing suffering
until life itself becomes a drag. Nervousness,
"sinking spells" digestive
disturbances, and titty other complicat
ions may arise from the derangement of
the organs distinctly feminine. Over
thirty years ago, tho need for a reliable
remedy for bo clled "female compliants"
was reconized by Dr. R. V. Pierce, then,
as now, chcif consulting phisician to the
World's Dispensary an J Invalids' Hotel,
at Buffalo, N. Y. He prepard Dr.Piere's
Favorite Prescription, the most wonderfully
effective remedy that has ever been
used for such maladies-Send
21 cents iu one-cents starupe and
receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page "Common
Sense Medical Adviser," illustrated. It
The blackberry crop will be larger
than ever known, but there will bo
a good home market.
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar- Honey acts as a
balm to the lungs, cutting the mucus al
laying the inflammation, healing and
strengthing. It is sure to do you good
cannot do you harm. Thousands have
been benefited by its use It
Lighting struck three houses at
It is the same old story and yet constantly
recurring that Simmons Livea
Regulator is the best family medicine.
"We have it in our family for eight
years and find it the be6t medicine we
ever used. We thirik there is no such
medicine as Simmons Liver Regulator."
Mrs. M. E. S. Adington, N. C. "Each
member of our famijy uses it as occasion
requires." V. B. Smith, Mt. Vernon.
Young society gtrls of Lexington
run the the street cars from 5 to 10;30
p. in. Saturday for chaity.
After serious illness Hood's Sarsaparilla
lias wonderful building up power.
If purifies the blood and restoics perfect
West Cody, wanted on a serious
charge in Union county, was arrested
" I have never liad a day's sickness
in my life," said a middle-aged man the
"What a comfort it would be," 6ighs
some poor invalid, "to be iu his place
for a year or two.1' Yet half of tbe invalids
we sep might be just aB healthy ashe,
if they would only take proper care of
themselves, eat proper food and digest
It's so strange that such simple things
are overlooked by those who want health.
Food makes health.
It makes strengtn and strength wards
off sickness. The man who had never
been sick was strong because he always
digested his food, and you could become
tbe same by helping your stomach to
work as well as his. Shaker Digestive
Cordial will help you strong and healthy
by makim; tbe food you eat make you
Druggists 6ell it Trial bottle 10 cents.
Tip Kinder, aged twenty, son of Jas.
Kinder, was drowned above Louis-port
Fifty Dollars a week easily made.
Agents wanted iu every locality for Hon.
W. J. Bryan's great and only book, "The
First Battle," The bestseller every produced.
Agents are taking as many as
200 orders per w eek. Beware of fraudulent
imitations. Send foroutfit and begin
work at once. W. B. Conkey Company,
Publishers, 341 Dearborn Street,
Chicago. may-12 2m
The new Masonic building at Cor-bin
was dedicated Friday with appropriate
SO YOU TRAVEL?
If so, never start on a journey without
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure, a sure
preventive of bowel complaints occasioned
by change of water or climate, 25c.
Tho concrstone of the Third Baptist
Church at Owensboro was laid Wednesday.
PEinrr "WISE 'AND POUND
are they who have not Foley's Colic
Cure as a safeguard in the family.
The county Teachers' Institute wilj
bo bold at Cloverport, Monday, July
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
Burton House, Burton, W. Va., and one
of the most widely known men in the
state was cured of TheumaMsm after three
years of suffering. He says: "I have not
sufficient command of language to convey
any idea of what I suffered, my physicians
toid me that nothing could be done
tor me and my friends were fullly convinced
that nothing but death would relieve
nieof my suffering. Iu June, 1894, Mr.
Evans, then salesman for the Wheeling
Drug Co., recommended Chambei Iain's
Pain Balm, At.thistime may foot and
limb were swollen to more than dauble
their normal size and it seemed to memy
leg would burst, Jiut soon after I began
using the Pain Balm the swelling began
to decrease, tho pain to leave, and now I
consider that I am entirely cured. For
sale by W. G. AVhite Richmond, Ky.
Five hundred hogs were shipped
from Ekron last week to Louisville.
Don't Tobicco Spit and Emoke Your Life Away.
If yon want to quit tobacco using- easily
aud forever. beinadewclI,5tronj ruaguetic,
full of new life aud vigor, take No-To-Bac,
ttie orEer, that makes weak men
struog. Manr gain ten jioumls in ten days.
Over OO.Ouo cured. Buy your
druegut, under guarantee to cure, 6O0 or
tl.OO. Booklet ana sample mailed free. Ad.
(Sterling Remedy Co.,Clncaeo or Now York.
Clerk Caufield, of the Eddyville penitentiary,
has sued Governor Bradley,
asking that he be reinstated as Clerk.
Hundreds of thousands have been induced
to try Chamberlain's Cougl Remedy
by reading what it has doue for
others, and having tested its merits for
themselves are to-day its wannest friends.
For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
Tho Lexington district messenger
service has been discontinued.
Cascabets stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
A new ferry is one of tho enterprises
on foot at OWensboro.
Mrs. WillijunBon will reopen her
Select Primary School at her home on
Seventh st. tbtj first Monday in Septem
ber, Your pa ronage is. solicited!,,
I - iA
"For three yeara wo have never been
without Chambealain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house,"
says A. H. P'atlcr, with E. C. Atkins &
1.0., Indianapolis, Ind., "and my wife
would as soon think of without
flouras a bottle of this Remedy in the
summer season We have used it with all
three of our children and it has never
failed to cure not simply stop pain, but
cure absolutely. It is all right, and anyone
who tries it will find it so." For
sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
Hopkins county miners vesterdav held
a meeting at Earlington to demand a
restoration of their wages.
Everybody Say So.
Cascarcts Candv Cathartic, the most wonderful
mrdical discovervof the age, peasant
and refreshing to tho taste, act pently
ami positively on kidneys, liver and IiowcJs,
cleansing the entire svstrm. dispel colds
cum lieatlnohe, ferrr, fmbitii.il constipation
and biliousness. Plpaso buv and trr a bfix
ore. C. C. to-day; !(),-. Ml b'oldand
The Rev. 'I. C, Morrison, of Louisville,
is Inn ling a holiness meeting at
Scotisviilc, Allen county.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Kczema.
Jlio intense itching and smarting
to these diseases Is instantly alla3'ed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad sases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
.1 favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
. Dr. Cadj's Condition Towdcrs, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
tneuicmo and the best in use to put a
horoo in prime condition. Price
?ents per package.
A very interesting meeting of the
State Sunday-school Conveution is being
held at Harrodsburg.
Several Kentucky soldiers were placed
011 committees at the Confederate reunion
J fST try a 10c. box of Cascabets, tl.e
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
Owensboro is again agitating the question
of building an independent electric
THE K0DEHN BEA.UTY
Thrives on good food anil sunshine, with
plenty of execrcNe in the open air. Her
from glows with health and her face
blooms with its beauty. If her system
needs the cleansing action of a laxative
remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant
Syrup of Figs. Made by the California
Fig Syruo Company.
Child of Thomas Jordon was burned
to death while playing with matches at
Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of
111., writes, August 10th, 1.S91 :
'Foley's Kidney Cure is meeting with,
wonderful success. It has cured some
cases here that physicians pronounced
in urable. I myself am able to testify to
its merits. My face to-day
health, Foley's Kidney Cure has
made itsuch. I had suffered tw
years with the disease, and to-day I feel
ten years younser than I did one year
ago. I can obtain some wonderful certificates
of its medical qualities."
St. Frances' Academy, at 0v ensboro,
was about the last school iu the State
"WEEN YOU TAKE YOUR VACATION
the most necessary article to have with
you (after your pocket book) is a bottle
of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute
prevention or cure of all derangement's of
tho bowels caused by a change of water.
You are likely to need it.
Woodford county has bought and
freed another turnpike road of ten miles
Curative power h contained in Hood's
Sarsaparilla than in any other similar
preparation. It costs the proprietor and
manufacturer more. It costs the jobber
more and it is worth more to the consumer.
More skill is required iu its preparation
and it combines more remedial qualities
than any other medicine. Consequently
it has a record of more cures and
its sale are more than thoe of any other
preparation. Hood's Sarsaparilla is
the best medicine to buy because it is an
honest medicine and thousands of testimonials
prove that it does actually and
permanently cure disease,
Tho National Holiday will be celebrated
at the Kentucky Chatauqua at Lexington,
July 3rd. A great program is
offered that day. At 11:00 a. m. an address
by Hon. Henry Watterbon,
"subject," Abraham Lincoln At 1O.00
p. 111. a great realistic sham battle by 200
members of the State Guard. At 2:tJ0 p.
m. an address by Gen. John B. Gordon,
subject, (The First Days of the Confederacy).
At 2:30 p. m. a prize drill by
the Kentucky State Guard, At 9 00 p.
in. a great Musical and Novelty program.
A special train will leave Lexington after
the entertninment at night for Mt.-Sterling,
Winchester and Richmond, and
all intermediate points at special rednctd
rates. This will be the greatest day in
the history of the Chautauqua, and no
one should miss it. It
which binds two loving1 hearts,
an added charm to love imparts.
The diamond flashing
from the rim, like truest love
can ne'er grow dim. Our fine
line of diamond rings, etc.,
deserves the close inspection
of all wishing to 'thus testify
to the union of their hearts.
Tiro hands as well as two heads are better
than one. Ak any young man. And when
you aikhim. give him a friendly tip that when
he eota ready to decorate the other" hand
with a eoUtaire he most cotne to ns. Wc trill
not bankrupt him. He will set a utone that
will be a Joy to the fair one as long a she lives.
Cast your eyes in our direction.
Jewelry was never offered at such
low figures. We give yon tho chance
to buy at bullion cost. Tho manufacturing
and designing must go unpaid
for. No limit to bargains,
watches are cheap nndit will payyou
to como In and see. .
;TJi Mlu St, JelerT.
j FHE GREAT
As usual not a single pieceof goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and
down to the smallest notion we cany, that has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife.
Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirely
Islever in the history of this grand old city lias her sons and daughters had the opportunity
offered them to buy real first-class stylish, seasonable goods at prices that are being
named on them in this Great Clearance Sale.
One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "'Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at GAc former
price 10c per yd., about 500 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Beautiful White Ground Dimities Avith pink, black and blue polka dots will
be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods former price 15c per 3-d. will be
closed at"7c, about 000 in the Lot.
One Lot of Rouge Et Xoir Wash Goods in new red'ground with polkadot effects, will be
closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth ISc.
One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be
closed at 12ic a yd., these goods were sold at Ulc a yd.
All Remenauts Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock.
We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes,
Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings" and everything
in the domestic department at very Low Out Prices. Buy what you need of these
while thej are cheap, the will soon be worth more mone'.
We have quite a lot of remenants of Brussels and Ingrain Carpets that we will
close in this sale at a great loss to us. The' run from two to nineteen yards in a piece,
and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once
before they are gone.
All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this
sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Now
is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty styles left to close.
Everything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut
silmosli half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for
yourselves. Baby Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men lSc.
Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.1)5. worth $(3.00. Nice All-wool
Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price $1.0rf.
Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap.
You till know that we carry nothing but goods in every department and you
also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. When we tell
you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we
advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be
sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will stive you some
money and at the same time vqu will buy a great man v useful things at unheard" of LOW
ir S?lw "ym &'
COL, GEO, W. HALL'S
Equine and Canine Carnival, Royat Itomin Hippodrome and Congress of European Novelties
combined with Prof. Herr. Adam HagenbecV's World Renowned Trained Animal Exposition
will exnibit at
Richmond, Fridaij. Jultj 2, Ooe Dai) OdK.
Don't compare ns with the small shows thit have visited your city. We have more and better
horses and ponies; we have more and better wild beist; we have more and better
features WE HAVE THE UES"T SHOW EVER SEEN HERE. See our huBe performing
Elephants; pee our Monster Den of Performing Lions; our Troup Performing Dear; see our
Funny Performing M6nLeys: see our School of EducjteuShct'and Ponies, sec our Wonderful
Dog Circus; see our Drove of Moniitcr Camels and Dromedaries; see our Herd Bcrmese and
Sacred Cattle; see our J'O.CCO Feature The Fearful Blood Sweating, Cloven Hoofed, South
American Water Elephant. The oaly one in America.
See The Eest Show You Ever Saw.
:3 wpg9 MxH: Tcnfe
The Greatest Ilargains ever offered to the people
of Madison county.
Look at these Prices:
.Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $3.00
Men's Suits for '6.00 worth 9.00
Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents.
Men's Shoes 8(1 cents.
Ladies' Shoes 6!0 cents.
A Beautiful Line of Calicoes f roin 3 to 5 cents.
Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard.
Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up.
Ladies' Sailors, from 5 cents to $1.
Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard.
Straw Matting from 124-cents to 20, cts per yd.
. i . .
Bargains) Now !
" f -. j t. ; i t . - si" -i v .. irr : : . i . i -, .
Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897.
c.ii o a wt w v wi
g3lj m Up Torn, jndn&Soa'aDia Stand, Richmond, &$., Ljfi?J $
seat MID-SUMMER s a
y.'tt - Jt. a.
is meeting with the
Same price to every one and
A jlarvest of Straw
In a city is queer. But we're cutting
Staw Hats and the harvest is here
a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes,
shapes and descriptions of Hats.
,Shoes In Every Styled
At one price to all alike. There are
shoe stores which keep one or two of
the shoos we have, butthere are none
that keeps the variety in foot wear
which makes our establishment tlio
and excellence of quality and work
and 52. Shoos 2T that oMier shoe stores
so the; were satisfied. That's
the way with our customers,
nomatter what their fancy
may dictate, we please them.
and Shirts of every description
and at prices that
can't be reached by others.
at Low Prices See m
Is now on. Our jSTow Departure approval
of a generous public.
CASH in everv instance.
NOTICE the rare bargain wo are
A hint that suits is worth having.
Tl ere' so much iustrin.sic worth of
clothing that one is
fortunate to light on n genuine
bargain. Apnenrnnces are deceptive,
hi t there's nothing faKe in our suits.
The sale on now is to decrease stock
ard they must go. Xo
Genuine Bargains Suits at $"5 ."A
$lTO.S3.C0,G(,0.S7r.0. Can't bo
eated for twice tho money utlnr
inecca for all who are looking for fit
manship. See our SI 25, $1.50, Sl-73
are asking 25 per cent, more money
What's Your Need?
A choice, "I'll take the neck
or nothing said the collar to
the cuff." "Well, I'll be close
to hand," replied the cuff, and
For Good Maes