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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY. JULY 7, Bicycle races at the fair. Beautiful Stationery cheap. Clai:k fc Douglas. See notice of Mrs. Williamson's primary school. Rainbow mixed paint guaranteed. Cluik & Dovglas. Dr. James Yates has resumed the practice of dentistry with Dr. J. O. Morgan. The wife of Rev. Fred "Watts, the colored Baptist preacher, died last Friday week. New bolting inrchinery jutt placed in Zanies mill will further erfect their fciiivnor flour. Road wagons as low as 25 at Ilonelson's. $S5 will buy a dandy. " on can't beat them. Four buck-boards or road wagons went out from court day, and still the work goes on. 300 or oOO cattle at the pens. Not as many as u.sual. Prices, 2 to 34 cents. Tops sold to John Ilisle. A. J. ViIlouphhy, of Hie College Hill neighborhood, shipped near load of cattle to Cincinnati Saturdav, Miss Ruth Crow will begin her Mhool on the Rig Hill pike, just the toll-gate, Monday, July 12th. lr. Elmer Xorthcutt and Mr. J. & Sitters may start a campaign paper at alley View. Roth are red hot rats. Seven home-made buggies now under contract at Donelson's Kentucky Carriage Works. Call and see them. Cox ington, Arnold fc Rro. paid 15c fur 10.0tH pounds wool; and 00 cents for l'i 000 bushels of wheat to be delivered Jul Ki. , Rilly of Yale 'f8, helped Silver Creek defeat Jt. Lcavell at base ball Saturday. Rilly is on Yale's Junior class team. $50 will buy a handsome buggy, top and all, at John Donelson's. spend your money at home and see w hat you get- John Gibpon'sjl 73 Sigma Nil ring is lost. diamond center, five pint-raid-, and 25 small diamonds on the li e armed star. Rig reward. Mr. Joe Chenault is having his new buggy fitted with rubber tires at the Kentucky Carriage Works, John DuneNon. propricror. Mr. Win. Mnupin writes the Climax to change the address of his paper from Minicr to Alnnta, 111., a No paid his subscription for another year. Sehlegel say it is too hot to take pictures now, but invites the public to call and see how nice he is fixed in his quarters, also bee the latest styles in pictures. Revs. J. G. Parsons, of Irvine, and J. W. Parsons, of Berea, are mourning the death of their sister, Mrs. Margaret Davis, who died at L."ioy, Illinois, Juu23, aged 27 years- If you want to be astonished call as we did on S. I- MidkifTaud examine his hue of barouches, phaetons, buggies and road wagons and get his prices for same. The poorest can afford to ride in a -vehicle at his prices. tf Wreck on the L. 4 N. The midnight passenger train, ran into a washout below the platform of Hou. Jno. D. Harris, near Silver Creek, and ditched the train. The digit eer, Clark, was badly scalded, and the fireman was cut and biuised. "ihe coaches, except the sleeper, were derailed. I'afcsengers uninjured. Trains are on time. The engagement of Prof. J R. Harris to teach the Kirksville school injures to that district a successful term. He is one of our best and most exKrienced teachers, for several years principal of the Richmond City school. StMl ahead 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 thing of tho past at our stoie. D Chenault )c Co. Come, get our prices on all kinds of groceries, qiiceiisware, etc., and compare Uiem with the prices of other stores ui goods and you will find us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent, cheaper than any grocery house in Richmond. D. Chenault & Co. "Gould's" in It. "Gould" Dunn, of White's station, one of the best and most graceful horseback riders in Madison, borrowed a ?4o suit of clothes from Rud Crook and a fine saddle from Dr. Hockaday, with the expectation of exhibiting his line saddle raaro at the Lancaster fair, and if "Gould" don't ruin everything by stretching his big too wide, you may rest easy that ho will get enough "blue ribbons to last him a year for neckties. Undoubtedly the cheapest house in Central Kentucky is 1). Chenault fe Co., on 2d St., Richmond, Ky. They handle only standard goods and sell them for than so called cheap houses charge for trashy stulf. D. Chenault fc Co. I am a candidate for City attorney of Richmond Ky. subject to the action of the Democratic Party. If nominated and elected it will le my constant endeavor to represent the best interests of the city. Respectfully, Ghees Clay. Large Timothy. Mr. W. C. French brought to this office this week, and same is now on exhibition here, a bunch of timothy heads grown from seed sown last fall. Tho heads average 12 inches iu length and are the largest we have seen this season. Mr. French says that it is rare for timothy to head up the first year, but that his enti'e field will compare well with the sample. The Kinetoscope, greatest of the productions of that wonderful genius, Edison, will be used in giving an entertainment at the courjt house Wednesday July 7, at 8:00 p.m. The most marvelous of electrical wonders I So realistic are the productions of this masterpiece of human ingenuity that you are prone to believe the scenes represented before ypu as actually taking place. Children cry, and adults look for a good chance to get out of the way when the ponderous express train comes rushing towards them first a small speck in th distance, at its speed of 70 miles per hour, it rapidly enlarges as it approaches, aud.it last flashes by as in rcnlity. This exhibition has lecn secured for tho benefit of the M. B. S. S.'of this city, and will aid in furnishing a library. Don't fail to come. sS The Fair. ' The fair is a certainty-sufficient funds having been subscribed to insure its sucpess. The catalogues are out today Irom thjd office. More Roads Purchased. At a meeting of the Road Committee, Monday, the following turnpikes were purchased for the county: Lexington pike 11 miles, $11,000 Kingston and Berea pike,74 miles, $1,200. Estill Circuit Court. Only one case has been tried in the Estill Circuit Court up to Monday and that was the caso against Clabo F. Tharp for manslaughter, the jurv fading to aree. Eight for acquittal and four for conviction. The two murder cases were continued until the November tnn. New Pension Examiner. Mr F. L. Churchill, of Wisconsin, has been appointed special pension examiner and will succeed Mr. John A. Bell, of Huntington, W. Va., who has been located here for three years. Mr. Bell will probably be assigned to a California district. His Richmond friends regret to lose him. Ill Fares The III Boy to Hastening Ills a Prey. Ernest III, the fourteen year-old boy whom Gov. Rradlcy pardoned out ot the pen on a'ceount of his youth, was caught stea'ing grass seed from Mr. Wm. Arnold, and is again in the clutches cf the law. It is said that young III cm open any safe in Kentucky, without knowing the combination. Such a,being is decidedly unsafe. Omitted By Mistake. Two or Inore of the town papers, the Cmsi.vx included, omitted the name of Miss Alice Arnold from the list of teachers engaged for next year at Caldwell High School. They arc the same as last year. Misses Estill Walker, Maggie Rowers, Jennie Ford, Alice .Arnold, Ressie Dudley, Mrs. LRetts, Prof. Brock. To the People. I am a candidate for tlie office of At torney for the Madison County. If elected, my rule of conduct in the office shall be, "equal and exact justice to all people; rich and poor alike." It shall be my constant endeavor to secure a prudent and economical administration of the fiscal a Hairs of the county, and thus reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I solicit vonraid. GkastB. Liiia'. The Government Building Sells For $35. This does not mean the $100,000 stiucture just completed ! Rut it refers to tho one-story building used by the superintendent, which was erected at a cost of $150. The house and contents were disposed of and brought small returns Mr. Sam Rice pays $35 for the building; other parties bought the stove, chairs and desk for about $0 50. A Freak of Liqhtning. Mr. Robert Shrewsberry, postmaster at Kirksville, received a letter from his father, formerly of Madison, who resides at Woodland Park, Col., telling of his narrow escape from death by lightning recently. Tho bolt struck a chinmoy, passed down into the room jmd knocked a shoe from ono of his feet, rendering Mr. Shrewsberry unconscious for several hours, and giving him a narrow call. Elder Sam Crutchcr Coming. Elder Crutcher writes the CM5IAX from Piano, Texas: "I hopo to see you in August and renew my subscription to tho Ci.i5iAx. Texas is gathering immense wheat and oat crops, selling respectively at 00 and 15 cents per bushel. Ono good rain very soon and tho prospects will be for good com and cotton. This, thus far, is the coolest, pleasantcst of the lour summers I have tried in Texas. S W. Crutcmkk. Alter Ten Year's Sludy. We were shown Friday the certificate issued by tho Kentucky Institute for the Deaf, at Danville, to Miss Ida Belle Agco, of this county, "who has been a pupil of the Institute for 10 years, and that her conduct has been unexceptionable, and her application and improvement good; she is dismissed with the commendation and good wishes of her instructors," among whom we observe tho name of Miss Sallie Ellis, of this county. Valley View's New Teacher. In the person of Prof. J. W. the good people of Valley View are to be congratulated upon securing the services of so worthy a successor to Miss Viola Million as teacher of their public school. Pi of. Grin-stead secured the best teachers certificate issued in Madison this year, his general average being 90 3-10. Valley View lias been singularly fortunate fh her teachers, among tho most popular and efficient of them havingboeiiMiss Million and Prof. It. Lee Davis. The Clock Can Neither Be Seen Nor Heard. The 1000-lb. bell for tho tower will arrive shortly. . Meantime our citizens are wondering why in the first place the Government placed a time piece on our now public building which can neither be seen nor heard 1 The hands and figures on tho dials are indistinguishable to tho nude optic, whilst the hours go by with never a sound to mark their flight. In tin's way tho old Court Houso clock, with three sides wrong and one side right, goes on telling the tlmo as usual, thanks to the public clock coroner" D. P. Armer. Lancaster Solves a Knotty Problem. Our Lancaster friends aro going to hold a four day's fair this year, but as Hall's Circus was billed to show-on July 17, the last day of the fair, tho directors, who, like tho immortal Lincoln, could not think of competing with a circus, became very much alarmed, and so they arranged a compromise by which the circus will be held within the fair grounds, and one admission of 50 cents will admit to both exhibitions! Hero's a chance, for some trained show 'bosses' to go up against tho Kentucky bred animal in a fair ring-and an open fight. Alexander Campbell's Widow Dies. The widow or Alexander Campbell, founder of the Christiau church, of America, died last week at Bethany, Va., aged 95 years. Deceased was well known to the. older inhabitants of Richmond, having been a visitor to this place some years ago, whilst her granddaughters, Mrs.B. C. Hagerman and Miss Jessica since married were connected with Madison Female Institute. Among Mrs Camphell's surviving friends in Richmond jnay be men tioned Mrs. Irvine T. Green and Miss Kitty iMrs. Campbell was pre-eminently tlie most Godly woman in the world, and her is mourned by tuou'saude?, 1 - - 5 fr Lucy Gilbert Tile Chicago Horse Review of June 29 has this to say of, a Madison bred colt: "The most sensational event at the Woodslock (ill.) trotting meeting last Friday was the exhibition half-mile of the phenomenal two-year-old gray trotting Ally Lucjr Gilbert, by Dr. Hooker, dam by Warlock, who wont the half in 1:11, tho first quarter in 35 seconds, and if she had been called upon to do it, eho could have gone faster. From the present outlook she will lower the world's record for fillies before tho season is over. Stephen Turner Dies. The community was pained on Thursday last to hear of the death of ono of Madison's oldest and best known citizens, Stephen Turner, who passed away at the residence of his sister, Mrs. E. E. McCnnn, on Main street, in tho 70th year of his age. His funeral was preached by Rev. J. W. McCown, of tho Baptist church, of which he was a nicmbe, followed by interment on Saturday in the Richmond cemetery. Deceased leaves a brother, Thos. Tumor, and a sister, Mrs. McCann. His estate is quite large. Even Pocscy Shows Democratic Gains. We are indebted to the Valley View correspondent of tho Climax for this bit of information regarding the increasing Democratic vote in the rock-ribbed Republican stronghold of Poo-sey: "The Democratic primary held Saturday iu Million magisterial district, composed of the precincts of Bigger-staff, Nowby and Poosey, resulted in the nomination of John A. Young for magistrate and AlbertDozier for constable. For magistrate Young received 163 votes, Jenkins 157 and Million 30 For constable Dozier received 183, 85 and Land 81. Poosey showed an increase in her Democratic vote. The race was close between a few of tho candidates which attested their popularity with the voters. Related in Madison. Col. John Coriey, the well known Louisville drummer for of Louisville, who was killed by Dan Curry at Corbin recently, was not only well known hero but had relatives in this county the Gregorys. Mr. Corley's daughter is a cousin of Mrs Olivia Gregory, and visited here three years ago. Col. Coriey was killed by Curry for alleged insult o the hitter's wife. It is not believed to bo true, however, as all who knew Coriey unite in saying he was guiltless of such conduct. Deceased was a son of Anderson Coriey, a well known citizen-of Lebanon, and was some years ago President of tho State Traveling Men's Association. His death was a distinct blow to the order, as he was known everywhere in commercial circles and was well liked Wedding Bells. On Tuesday evening, June 29, 1807, Miss Mary Elizabeth Baldwin, of this county, was united in marriage to Ensign Carlo B. Brittain,of the United States Navy. Tho ceremony was performed at the Christian church, this city, by Rev. V. R. Lloyd, after wnich the bridal party and several hundred friends drove to Maplewood, the bride's country home, where a royal reception awaited them. The wedding was altogether a beautiful culmination to the bright hopes of two strong, earnest, young natures. In Miss Mamie Baldwin we have rea lized our ideal woman, and the universal delight at the happy mating was the highest compliment to the worth of Lieutenant Brittain. Loving hands had made tho church an exquisite floral setting for the charming pink and white panorama that moved within to tender nuieic of tho Lohengrin wedding chorus. The first pair of groomsmen, MessrsThos.Mobcrlcy and Thos. Collins, led the march, followed by Miss Grubbs, of Mt. Sterling, and Miss Lila Chenault. Then Messrs. John B. Chenault and Clay Shackelford, and Miss Lida Burgess, of Maysville, and Miss Mnriawillie Smith, Lieut, U. S. X., and Mr. W. S. Hume, Miss Ijou Beall, of West Virginia, and Miss Minerva Phelps. Then came the two lovely little flower maids, Misses Elizabeth Clark and Johnny followed by the Maid of Honor. Miss Olivia Baldwin. Lastly, the bride on Iter, father's arm, who was joined at tho altar by tho groom, escorted by the first attendant, Liout. Jones, TJ. S. N. Tho bridesmaids wore gowns of white organdie, with pink sashes and bouquets of Mermet roses. Tho Maid of Honor wore whito organdie with whito sash and white roses. Tho little flower girls were in filthy whito dresses and carried baskets of pink and white sweet peas. The bride was gowned in richest white brocade satin with oriental lace trimmings. She wore, of course, that sweetest of conventions, tho long bridal veil, and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. The becoming evening dress of the groomsmen and the gorgeous regimentals of the three Lieutenants, made a very effective combination with tlie profusion flowers and feminine loveliness. Tho ceremony was earnest and graceful, incorporating tho asublime force of tiie old Episcopal form. A long drive under the starlight brought us to Maplewood. The grounds were brilliantly lighted, making a radiant picture that gleamed through tho wooded vistas like a glimpse of fairy land. Mr. and Mis. T. .E. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Shanks, their son and daughter, of Stanford, arrived first and dispensed tho hospitalities of the homo witli the kindly dignity for which it has long been distinguished. The large rooms, h a 1 1 s, ' g a and lawn were filled with a happy throng some ontertaining tliomsclyes with tho wedding presents, a profusion of cut glass, elegant silver, laces and china, attesting the. devotion of many friends; some discussing in two long flower-decked dining rooms course after course of delicious viands; others enjoying the rich souvenirsfrom many lands of tho Lieutenant's three years cruise, proofs, not only of his beautiful taste, hut of his fidelity to tho Kentucky sweetheart, others still, laughing, chatting-, dreaming perhaps ot such an enchanting climax to iheir own young hopes. And so a joyous evening passed. Farewell, dear young friondsl May. tho brightness of jhat royal June, day be.an crncjst of-the future awitlng; - . . , JK. vy? yv.z s Are much In Lttle; always ready, efllclent, ; prevent a cold or fever, Pills care all liver inn. tide head ache, jaualice, connlpation. etc Price a cent. The only Hll to take iritn Hood'a Sariaparllla. Corbin's new Masonic building has be dedicated. Go to Clark & Douglas and get a free treatise on Hog Cholera and its cure. The best thing oat. A big Democratic picnic will be given at White Plains July 10. Attention, OH Sotliera! The manufactures have instructed to give a bottle of 23c. size of Foley's Col ic Cure free to the first soldier of the civil was that applies for same. It is the great remedy Tor Chronic Diarrhoea, Cramp Colic and all Bowel complaints. Minnie Brown, colored, was fined in Lexington for carrying a razor in her hair. Feeling 2uca Better. "For several years I have been troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia, and often suffered intense pain. I wasadvuedto try Hood's Sarsaparill3 and soon after I btgan taking it I found it was wiving me relief. My general health is much better since I began the use of this medicine." Jane Peck, Itutlcdge, Tennessee. &00&S Pill's cure nausea, sick iudigestnn, bilionsness. 23c. It Lizzie Hamburg jumped into a well 20 miles south of Paducah and was dead when rescued. How much bnisncss can a man do whose system is in a slate of disorder? Headache is only a symptom. Jt is not a disease. The pain in the head is the sign of rebellion. There have been mistakes in diet and other abuses. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a gentle, flective renovator and of stomach, liver and bowels. They assist nature, without threatening to tear the body piece-meal. There are no griping pains, no nausea. One is a laxative. A book 'if 100S paces, profusely illustrated, written by Dr. R. V. Pierce, called "The People's Common Sense Medicaadviscr," will be sent free for 21 one-cent stamps to cover cobt of mail ing only. World's Dispensary Medical Association, No. 003 Maiu Street Buffalo, N. Y. It A moonshine distillery near Lcitchfield was captured and destroyed by Deputy Collector Dehoven. "Wonderful ! Marvelous ! are expressions frequently heard about cures effected by Foley's Kidney Cure. Do not fail to try this great remedy for any kilnev trouble. The latest report is that the gold Democrat of Kentucky will not fuse with tlie Republicans. Don't Stop Sim ! lie has a bad attack ot colic and is making for s drug store after a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. 25c and 50c. Mrs. "William Uuss is dying at Louis ville without medical attention, trusting in prayer to cure her. "WTiea Yoa Tat Your Vacation the mopt 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 deragements of the bowels caused by a change of water. You are likely to need it. Heat caused the death of nearly a score of people in Cincinnati Saturday and Sunday. Quick F.elief For Asthma. Foley's Honey and Tar is guaranteed to give prompt relief in all cases of Asthma. Do not class this with other medicines that have failed to give felief. Give it a trial. Elkhart, Ind:, w ill have a new carriage factory cmployiug 123 hands. Notice. I hereby notify all persons, that as my wife, Anna Campbell, has abandoned mo, not to sell to her anything on my account. I shall not pay any debts she may contract. MADISOX CAMPBELIj. July 1, 1897. Howard Garderuer shot 'and killed John Armstrong, at Fulfon over a game of craps. Seasons "Why Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera And Diarrhoea Hemcay " Is Tno Best. 1. Because it affords almost instant relief in case of pain in the stomach, colic and cnolera morbus. 2. Because it is the only remedy that never fails in the most severe caees of dysentery and diarrhoea. 3. Because it is the only remedy that will cure chronic diarrhoea. 4. Because it is the only remedy that will prevent bilious colic 5. Because it is the only remedy tliat will cure epidemical dysentery. 6. Because it is the only remedy that can ilvays be depended upon in cases of cholera infantum. 7. Because it is the most prompt and ui06t reliable medicine in use for bowel complaints. 8. Because it produces no bad results. 9. Because it is pleasant aud safe to take 10. Because it has saved tho Iive3 of more people than any other medicine in the world. Tho 25 and 50c sizes for sale by W. G. White Riclnrond, Ky. Frank Fisher,- was run by 10 care at Peroria, III. "When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret; candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. mayo lyr Bardstown has a new bank. A stimulant is often needed to nourish and strengthen the roots and to keep the hair a natural color. Hall's Hair Itenewer is the best tonic for the hair. It The Globe Building and Ixan Company, of Iioufeville, assigned. Whctbei' it's stubborn cold or just a sniffle, you can cure it for good with Jr. Bell's Piue Tar Honey. This famous remedy taken in time will stop the progress, of consumption and bring the color of health to tho pallid. check. It : - B, Lin Cave has been elected President; of Kentucky University. "0no of my siclr headaches," you will hear people' frequently say, as if the complaint was hopelessly As a matter of fact, Ayer'ePilla not only rej lievQ sick headache but' effectualiy njoyJJKtCRUBejDJ this distressiBgtflcmr. pkiat, aad so briue.bot penbanent c!i & til -'" "- ?- ,. .. .,., ,..., ....... i .... ii . ei.iH Hal - ure rlc" U00U ieeus mo nerved. ?s & y, v A a t N -?a IHbI That is why Hood's Sareaparilla, the - tVVlK3 Ua?5 . v S27. I .' great blootl purifier, cures nervousness. s3Mv " NSmIbK$88' W5Kf'KJ' fifQv "E&ifcSy VvOCi,?Sx . riteJS K Wl !- " ShkT ;$w&r slfisr Mr 3Jsr ife fl The Louisville Critic has suspended publication until Sept. 1. though gradual, are radical in their effect. Ayer's is intended as a medicine only and not a stimulant, excitant, or beverage. Immediate results may not always follow its use; but after a resonable tiino, permanent benefit is certain to be realized. It John Wilson was assassinated in Owsley county while plowing in his field. There arc some people who are never positive in anything. It ia always, "I don't know'" or "1 guess so" There is a world of such people, and iHs refreshing sometimes to hear a person speak as one having convictions, likeMr.Chas. F. Snyder, of Bangor, Ph., who wrote" "I can heartily recommend Simmons Liver Reg ulator to all who are troubled nitli Dys pepsia ot l.ivcr Complaint," It nal miners in tlie Middlesborough d'snict will not obey the order to strike. If strength is what you want, you bhould study what causes weakness. It is practically lack of food. But you eat three meals a day, and all yon. can eat at a time. Y'es, bufdo you digest it? Food undigested, is not food. Jt is not nourishment. It doent' create strength. To digest your food take Shaker Digestive Cordial at meals. After a while you will digest your. food without it. Then you will get well, and btrong and healthy. Shaker Digest Cordial cures indigestion and all itssimptoms, such as uausca, headache, eructations, pain in the stomach, loss of appetite, and etc. It makes your food nourish you, and make you strong and fat and hearty. DruggUts sell it Trial bottle lOcents. It The Kcntuckv Citizens' Building and Loan Association, of Louisville, assigned. ALL TEE PE0EL3 Should keep themselves healthy and es pecial care should bo given to this time. Health depends upon pure and impoverished diseases of various kinds are almost certain to result. The one true blood purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla By its power to purify and vitalize the blood it has proved itself to be the safeguard of health, and the record of remarkable cures effected proves that it hag wonderful power over disease. It actually and permanently cures when all other fail to do any good whatever. Citizens of Middlesborough have lately lost $00,000 by building aud loan failures. "Last summer one of our grand-children was sick with a severe bowel trouble," says Mrs. E G. Gregory, of Mo. ''Our doctor's remedy had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reinedv, which gave very speedy relief." For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. AV. J. Sanders has been appointed postmaster at Mt. Lebanon. Yon may hunt the world over and you will not find another medicine equal to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Remedy for bowel complaints. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by-W. G. White Richmond, Ky. Silveritesof Frankfort havs decided to nominate candidates for city offices by a house-to-house primary. Fifty Dollars a week easily made. Agents wanted in every locality for Hon. W J. Bryan's great and only book, "The Battle," The bestseller every produced. Agents are taking as many as 200 orders per week. Beware of fraudulent imitations. Send foroutfit and begin work at once. "W. B. Conkey Company, Publishers, 341 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 2m John R. Gentry and Robert J., the great pacers, will contest for the world's record iu Louisville, October 22. Doa't Jobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. lr you waut to quit tobacco using easily aud forever, be made wcll.strou', msigueuc, full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac, the tliat makes weak men sininp. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 400,0(X) cured. Buy No-To-Bae of your drusgt, under guarmitee to cure, 50o or 1.(10. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Clneaco or New York. The oats crop is considerably damaged by the chinch bug. Millinery at Cost. Miss Tempie Oldham will sell her entire stock of beautiful millinary at cast for cash so as to reduce the large amount of goods sho has on hand. Come early and get first choice. June 23 lino. Richmond Fair July 27-30. "We have opened tho l.oston Great Bargain Store with a full line of ladies and gents furnishing, goods, fashionable clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musical instruments, etc. Kverything at the lowest prices. Will also make special prices for tjiu next 'GO days, every day from 10 a. m until 2 p. in., Saturday's from 10 a. m. until 9 p. in. Call on me and look at goods. Kespt. Yours, A. DOISKOWSKY, Prop., 21 First St., Kichmorid, Ky. Hundreds of deaths from heat through out the country since Thursday. Erertbody Says So. Cascnrcts Candv Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discover? of llio ago, p and refreshing to tho taste, art pcutly and positively on kiiluej s, liver and bo wrls, cleansing tho entire systrn. dispel colds, euro headache, fovcr, habitual and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box of C. C. C. ttwlny ; 10, i. M) cents. Sold and guaranteed to cure by all ' Je?6e Kirkland, who killed Jack John son last Saturday at "Mayfield, has been indicted for involuntary manslaughter. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting- incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applyjng Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad suses have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy "for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, s frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Dr. Condition Powders, are just what a horso needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and Verinifuge. They are not food but medicino and. the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. G. M. Lane fc Co., the Danville serymen, were on the market Thursday with the first blackberries of the year. Mrs. Williamson will reopen her' Select Primary School at her home on Seventh sh the first Monday in September. Your patronage is solicited. TTwoalleg6d freight robbers wore in a 1-ox car in . O wensboro. Gascarets etiinulate liver, fcjidneys and. .tfeversivkon,. weaken or gripe. L, THE GREAT MUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ! 1 QppjK 4 Busy Durinjr the Tennessee Centennial and International position at Nashville, Tenn., a low rate special tariff nas been established for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen & Crescent Route. Tickets are on sale dailv nooga at $5.00 one w;iy or $5.75 round trip from Nicholas ville, the round trip-tickets beinggood seven daj's to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at $S.65 and at $11.80 for the round trip. These rates enable the public to visit Nashville and other Southern points at rates never before offered. trains of the finest class are at the disposal of the passengers, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one to visit the veiy interesting sceneiy and important battlegrounds in and about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamaugji National Militaiy Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be repurchased at Chattanooga for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via .Cincinnati and the Q. & C. Route South or write to J. W. COOLIDGE, Agent, W. C. RINEARSONJ Nicholas ville, Ky. Gen'l. Pass'k. Agent, Cincinnati, O. i M5lS mWt If m 1 lit m QTV yf The Great? st Bargains ple of Madison L,oolc at these Prices: Men's Suits for $2.50 worth SS.00 Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's 'Shoes 80 cents. Ladies' 'Shoes 80 cents. A Beaujtfful Line of GUieoes from 3 to Scents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. '; Ladiesji Sailors from 5 cents to $1. kJ Brussei Carpets from $A Straw Mattings from k'KJi'j ?, li W7 Jt t. T -- --.-? z r t - t - t v r r -4 -- U !r r " w.i .' 'M "- A. i bargains fnovv:, -EHE NEW YORK STORE rVpJTovn Klein & Son's Bee Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion Ave carry, that aas not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife. Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirely beyond recognition. Never in the histor' of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the offered them to biry 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 Lice Stripe" will be closed at Gie, former price 10c per yd., about 500 ds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful "White Ground Dimities with 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 Rosemaiy Organdy Dress Goods foreclosed ;, 7c, about GOO yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red grounu w ith polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth 13c. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12ic a yd., these goods were sold at l!c a yd. All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Gimfnams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. wlieu in stock. We tire 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 Cut Prices. Bin--what 3011 need of these while they are cheap, they will soon be worth more money. 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. They 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 tire 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 3011 a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very prett3 st3les left to close. Eveiything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for 3'ourselves. Bab3 Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 10c a pair. Good Shoes for men 08c. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at 82.05. worth $0.00. Nice All-wool Pants for men, well made, no shodd prett3 patterns, 81.15, former price Sl.08. Men's Jeans Pants, Bo3's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. You all know that we cany nothing but first-class goods in every department and 3011 also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we sa3. When we tell 3ou 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 snve 3011 some mone3 and at the same time vou will biy a !reat main useful things at unheard of LOW PRICES. "Respectfully, im Yl lit llllilrllli k Uz&jf ' 'C' " until further notice to Chatta-1 i?vV T5." "v T 5.7A V P?Ts 7"YVA T fc T V & . A 1 Working Pants it ever offered to the peo count3. 50 cents toSLa yard. 12i cents to 20 cts per 3d a Bargains Forever ! Old Stand t Richmond, Ky- i K3 IHtl -3 v - - v -J M2lJ " -Jp " i. ' P Cash Stores trice 15c SEAT - COMPANY.- " Ife Ml Is now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approval of a generous public. Same prices to every one and CASH in every instance. XOTICK the rare bargains we are offering for iVieri &z A suit that suits i? worth having-. There's so much worth of ready-made clothing- that one is indeed ! fortunate to light on a bargain. Appearance-, are deceptive, lint there's nothing- fal in our suit. The sale on now is to decreaxe stock and they must go. No reserve. Bargains Suits at SJfiO, 51 W, $.",.00, S(? 00, $7 "(). Can't bo duplicated for twite tho money other plat es. :. i . -7 ." ""5 .?- -4 Wtw ffomj Sffiiy? whm c7tt x .'1 .' 7. " lifT?' v-AW riL, fori l---. . ., V i mTifthj.ivr - O rWM) iHl l.V :-7 yff t i per yd. will be 2 .w MIR S A i 14 ''' f 8P fl " km of Straw In a city is queer. But we're cutting Staw Hats and the harvest is hern a Harvest of Bargains in all iizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. Shoes In Every Styled At one price to all alike. Thorf art-shoe stores which keep one or two of the shops we have, but there are none that keeps the variety in foot wear which makes our establishment the and excellence of quality and worl aud S2. Shoes 25 that oMier stores so the3' were satisfied. That's th.e wa3 with our customers, , no matter what their fancy niay dictate, we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Neckwear and Shirts of every description and at prices that can't be reached bv others. at Low Prices See mecca for all who are looking for Fit See our 51 5J5, 51.50, $1.73 are asking 25 per cent, more money What's Your Need ? A choice, "111 take the neck or nothing said the collar to the cuff. ' ' -Well, 111 be close to hand," replied the cuff, and For flood Values m -- ' " . "' r42dft. - w -"" - --, - fill V 1 c. LI , ir