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J 0 CHENAULT Preitdenb
D MILLER Manager
fl > BT S CEO WE Editor
KDNESDAY JULY SO 1m
rUBLISHKUZVERT WKDNKSUAY HT
The Climax Printing Co
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR CONGRESS
e are authorized to announce HON O O
IBKRT as a candidate for reelection to
t ogress from this the Eighth ConcresMonal
t i rlct subject to the action of the lJeno
c tie party
Wo are requested to announce ROy r
v f TE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk
cu < iect to the action of the Den o ratio > arty
Ve are authorized to announce DAN H
I KCK as a candidate for Clerk of the Mad
o Circuit Court su Eject to the action of the
a fliocratlc party
I hereby announce rayolf all a candidate for
I nomination fr Clir of t e Madi on rir
Ioiirt ubl tt in the i oi fib Demo
r Jc p ty MO fngth l uiy n any friend in
t put will favorably consider any cUims
I it I may have to the nomination and if nom
I > ted I promise to use all honorable means to
ure my election and if elected to endeavor
have in the past to faithfully discharge
I IutIesasCIerlc Thanking the people for
1 t and future favors I am
Respectfully
8 H THORPE
1e are authorized to announce GEORGE D
1ITB of Whites Station as a candidate for
C rk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to
i action of the Democratic party
FEUD despero
e sort is predicted as a re
filL of the assassination of
Marshal Cockrill at Jackson
2athitt county
GOVERNOR BRCKHAM has
Appointed Dr M K Allen of
Louisville to succeed Judge
Thomas R Gordon who re
signed as commissioner of
lakeland Asylum
THE Eight District Repub
liean Committee raetat Nichol
asville Wednesday to select a
date and place for the Con
vention to nominate a repre
N mtative to Congress to suc
U ed Hon G G Gilbert
icholasville was chosen as
tle place and September 3 as
1 0 date for holding the con
v ntion So far there are
j > Republicans announced
r the nomination
THE citizens of the usually
I iiet little town of Danville
i o just nov greatly worked
i i overan effort to have the
> uthern railway extended to
i tijir town They have dis
i ered that the only way to
i t it is to dig up a sufficient
mber of dollars to pay the
I sight and they are digging
j c all they are worth We
sh for their good that when
1 3y get a road they could get
LI re than a tailender
THE much boasted civiliza
n of the mountains seems
i have slipped a cog some
y Breathittcounty which
j s been the pride of the
S ingelizers for years show
what schools and churches
t aid do in bringing law and
i ler out of chaos has once
i re become the battle
nuidTjtll a record of
i rtyeight killed in seven
j mths and the war not
rtcdit looks like those
x 10 have undertaken the
1rk of civilizing and taming
i i feudist will have to take
1 sh hold
iiFBroweCo
LEXINGTON 1 KY
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July
JulyIeruoce
Cleoronce
3AlE
i jig Bargains
The coming week in
all our departments
Dont Miss
This opportunity to pur
chase splendid values at
greatly reduced prices
I willpay you to look
u fer our stock
t
rJBrower COIJ
t IN AND BROADWAY
S JJEXINGTON Ky
t I
F A HOPKINS was nomina
ted at WesbLiberty Thursday
for Congress by the Democrats
of the Tenth distrct on the
third ballot Cogressman
J B White withdrew leaving
Judge Amos Davis and L H
LiwsDn contesting with HOD
kins On the third ballot
Lawsons strength went to
Hopkins
A dispatch from Tusca
lx > sa Ala says State Geo
logist Eugene A Smith has
received a notice from the
Secretary of State that he
had received a request from
William Jennings Bryan for a
slab of Alabama marble to be
used as a tiling for a mantel
piece Mr Bryan is having
built Euch State that he
carried in the last election is
to be represented by a tile
The slab selected was taken
from the university museum
and originally came from
Blount county It is now in
I
the hands of Thomas H Wild
man being prepared under
the direction of Dr Smith
The stone which is six inch
es square and three inches
thick is n clear white onyx
WE WIlO edit newspapers
know about this little com
ment from the Earlington
Bee Every little while
some of our friends tell us
We did so and so lastweek or
we went to such and such a
place and you did not sayany
thing about it in the paper
No we did not say anything
about it from the fact we
knew nothing about it We
ate not gifted with a second
sight and cannot foretell the
future If we could this pa
per would be printed ahead of
time We are always glad to
chronicle the movements of
the people of our town and
will gladly 3o so if they will
notify us the week before in
stead of the week after they
happenSemiWeekly Pro
gress
The same condition of af
fairs seems to exist in our lit
tle village Several have
jumped on us with both feet
because we made no mention
of their being out of town for
perhaps a day or two Care
I
fully read the above and act
accordingly
Baldwin Piano for sale Chtp
call at Douglas Crutchers or JoJS
Joplin 2t
Osteopathy is in no sense related
to faith cure The Osteopath adjust
misplaced parts stimulates torpid nr
jrans sets free the vital forces 111111
fluids inherent in the body that nutuio
may pursue her harmonious sway
When this is done health canned not as
a result of faith but in spite ot doubt
MATRIMONIAL
WATKIKSSHOCKLEY L A Watkins
and Miss Bertha Shockle both of Berea
were married by Judge N B Turpiu in
this city last Wednesday
LURrOuTBnocKMr Edgar S Al
bright the talented young editor of the
Mt Vernon Signal and Miss Lucy
Brock wele married at the residence
of the brides parents in London Mon
day morning the Rev C T Kunyon
and Rev McCarity officiating Imme
diately after the ceremony tho couple
left for Owensboro to attend the annual
meeting of the Kentucky Press Asso
ciation They will also take in the
outing with members of the association
which includes a visit to Cincinnati
Toledo PutinBay Sandusky Snrnin
Ont and Michigan points and return
to 1Jt Vernon about the 29tl11w
CLIMAX joins the press boys all over
the State in extending the heartiest
congratulationsMCDOSALDBOoNEQulte
McDoNALDBooxE Quite a stir was
created in the social circles of Rich
mond Saturday afternoon when it be
came known that Miss Fannie lioone
and Mr Clifton McDonald Jr were to
be married at the home of Col J Stone
Walker Only a few witnessed the
ceremony the guests being limited to
most intimate friends of Col and Mrs
Walker The marriage took Iplace at
nine oclock the ceremony being read
by Rev Father Ryan Concerning the
event the CourierJournal of Sunday
says Society will receive a surprise
this morning in the announcement of
the marriage of Miss Fannie Boone and
Mr Clifton McDonald which took
place last night at 9 oclock at Rich
mond There has been noprevious
nouncement of the engagement of tho
couple though their close friends
knew thrt they were to be married in
the near future Miss Boone went to
Richmond several days ago with Mips
Car I lie Walker who had been her guest
for several week and the marriage
was qnlotly solemnized at the homo of
her sister Mrs Stone Walker formerly
Miss Cora Wallace Boone Mrs Carne
rie Morris Boone the brides mother
was present having gone to Richmond
yesterday afternoon for the wedding
Miss Boone is the daughter of the late
Rowan Boone and the granddaughter
of Mr George W Morris President if
tho Mutual Life Insurance Company
of Kentucky anti former President if
the Louisville Gas Company She IM
one of the handsomest young women in
Kentucky Mr McDonald is the eon if
Mr and Mrs J 0 McDonald and a
brother of the beautiful McDonald sis
ters as they are always knownMrs
D A Hanahan Mrs Brannin Sherley
Mrs William Hixon of Manksto
Minn Mrs Whitney Wall of Duluth
Minn and Miss Ethel McDonald
BIRTHS
EvANSiOnlast Friday to the wife
Of Mr L4PEvansa fine girl Dahl
The Lexington Cattle Sale Com
pany will hold asahi of fifty head of
Short Hon cattle in thA Tattertalls
building ydjoninjr fair grounds Tues
day AURqttlo 12 EXCUIWOIU rites
on sill iailroads Sate COMWUCCB
rFiv tniI r
prop1ltip tni b It
if 1
v 1 tf
rii f
1rtt
The Tragedy cf le1ee
Perhaps the most remarkable picture
taken by any of the numerous corres
pondents and photographers who visit
ed Martinque after the distraction of St
Pierro was a photograph of Mt Pelee
in eruption taken by Mr George Ken
nan on May 28 the date when the
volcano broke out into a tremendous
explosion inferior in volume only to
that which destroyed the city The
story of Mr Kennani adventures in
I I Martinique of his narrow escape from
destruction and his ascent of Mt Pelee
make an extraordinarily vivid and
dramatic tale The photograph to
which we have alluded accompanies
the Installment of Mr Kenans The
Tragedy of Pelee which appears in the
August magazine number of The Out
look
Health is the inheritance of man
and should be jealously guarded
Without it the wealth of Midas is but
as dross while with it a man is rich
though he be a beggar This being
granted it goes without saying that the
public should eagerly investigate any
new discovery that may be made in
the art of healing Osteopathy if thus
carefully investigated will surely com
mend itself to the average person
While its methods are a radical depart
are from the principles which have
heretofore been accepted as the basis of
msdical practice if th matter is only
looked at without prejudice and the
human body is regarded as but a com
plex machine It will be seen at once
that Osteopathy is perfectly reasonable
and rational
rationalActs
Acts Immediately
Colds are sometimes more trouble
some ih summer than in winter its so
hard to keep from adding to them while
cooling oil after exercises One Min
ute Cough Cure cures at puce Abso
eutely safe Acts immediately Sure
cure for coughs colds croup throat
and lung troubles lin
ATLANTIC CITY EXCURSION
Via the Chesapeake 4 Ohio Railway Thn sday
Aegust 14
The last excursion of the season will
be run to Atlantic City from Lexing
ton and Central Kentucky points
Thursday August 14 via the Chesa
peake Ohio Railway and Washing
ton D C
The round trip rate will be 14 from
Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterl
jug and correspondingly low rates will
be made from other Central Kentucky
pointsTickets
Tickets will be good returning 12
days from date of sale and will permit
stopovers at Philadelphia and Wash
ington on the return trip
Through sleepers will be run from
Lexington for which the berth rate
will be 4
This excursion will permit a visit to
New York at very little expense
Atlantic City is the largest resort on
the Atlantic coast and a great variety I
of recreation and amusement can bQ
found there together with the best
hotel accomodations to be had
Full information and sleeping car
reservations will be made on applica
tion to GEO Wi BARNEY
Div Pass Agent
3t Lexington Ky
The renewed business of the Na
tional Rebate stamp Co with office
and premiums at L E Lanes store has
made it necessary for them to add lib
erally to there line of premiurrs They
have now on display an elegant as
sortment of goods which the people
can secure absolutely free ot cost by
making this purchase of the merchants
who give Rebate stamps Dont con
lound us with some irresponsible con
cern who run the business a short time
and when tho people have collected
enough stamps to secure some article
then leave the town We are hero to
stay we have the business in Lexing
ton and many other towns in Ken
tucky Call and inspect our goods and
satisfy your selves that we mean busi
ness Wo have added Rues Lace
curtains Portiers and many other arr
tides to our list of premiums
Better Days
The Harrodsburg Democrat says
It is not known by but very few
even by our older citizens that the
farm directly opposite the W E Lven
place on the Shakertown pike and
which sold the other day for 135 per
acre and which is separated from the
Lyen tract by the Shakertown pike
and now owned by Mrs McCampbell
was bought In 1840 by John A Grimes
at SW per acre a price which amazed
the neighbors and which was unpre
cedented at that time The purchaser
had come to this county from Madison
where he had edited probably the first
newspaper ever published in that coon
ty and brought a large number of
slaves with him and cleared a great
portion of the land which was then a
forest He lived there and prospered
until his death which occured 50 years
ago lie was the great grandfather of
Mayor Hal Grimes
The newspaper business must have
been a more lucrative employment 70
years ago than it is today but we dont
blame our predecessor for buying a
farm
d Egg
The news papers during the past
week have contained a number of
good stories about the Richmond Elks
Fair and Carnival The following from
the Louisville Times is one of the best
we have seen
The Louisville excursionists who
made the trip to Richmond last Satur
day are telling a good story on Judge
Barker After the visit to the grounds
and while the party was waiting at the
railway station for the train one of
the Louisvillians discovered a man
selling hardboiled eggs Instantly
there was a rush on the supply
Judge Barker heard of the discovery
and hurried to thq corner When he
reached the place some one ban led
him an egg laying that it was the last
oneThe
The Judge walked to a telegraph pole
and smashed the egg There was a pop
and a stream of yellow juice njuirted
over the Judge while the crowd roar
ed Some one hud rung in an over
ripe vncooked eggon him
Hows Tins
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any caso of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hnl1s tllrrh Cure
CureF 0
We the undersigned have known
F J Cheney for the last 15 years and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
nilbusiness
business tranwiutluim and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
madeby
West A Truaxf Wholesale Druggists
Drug2istlJroledo
Toledo O
Walding KInnan Marvin Whole
sale Druggists Toledo Ohio
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nallv acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of time Rvetem
Testimonials sent free Price 75c per
perbottle
Halls Family Pillsure the best Ira
1 Hie inspiration that comes out ola
bottle doe juc last long
DR FENNERS
KIDNEY and
Backache
AU diseases of Kidneys
Bladder Urinary Organs
AIM Rheumatism Back I
acheHeanDiscaseGraveIDropsy
Dropsy Female Troubles
TroublesCURE
Dont become discouraged There is a I
cure for you If necessary write Dr 1cnncr I
Ho has spent a life time curing JUSt such
coses as yours All consultations Free
Your Kidney and Backache Cure has
cured two very bad cases among our custo
mers the past year whom the doctors bad
given up J L STILL CO Woodland la
Druggists SOc it Ask forCook Book Tree
07 WITIICn A MPC Sure Core Circular Dt
OlVIIUo UANbtKenner FredonlaNY
Sunday ronnd trip rates on L A
100 to Versailles
65c Nicholasville
70cu Irvino
9cU Millers Creek
One fare to all other stationstf
Have just received one ot the fin
est lines of diamonds watches clocks
lamps candelabras and cut glass that
has ever been shown in Richmond
Call and examine my stock before mak
ing a purchase in this line
apr30 tf L E LANE
Lost
A spotted sow weight about 300
pounds A liberal reward is offered
for her return to Powell Bros
July 16tf Richmond Ky
For Rent
Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo
I cated Apply to Thurman Grocery
Co tf
Lost
A Knights Templar charm engraved
with name and No Commandery
Leave at this office and get reward
may tf G W EVANS
For Sale
Two splendid building lots in the
best part of the city One is 60x204
and the other 100x300 For terms ap
ply at this office mch26tf
For Sole
I offer for sale my residence on High
street Lot is 00 x220 f J with new sta
ble and all necessary out buildings
House contains eight rooms and kitch
en all in good repair and will be sold
at a bargain
bargaintf
tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow
July Cost Sale at Eo V Elders Store
For 30 days we offer our entire stock
of clothing shoes carpets dry goods
millinery mattings notions etc at cost
Now is the time to get bargains Our
loss your gain
Respectfully
tf E V Elder
Cheaper Than Going Barefooted
120 pairs of childrens and Misses tan
oxfords good style toes dark shade
sizes 81 to 11 and 1l J to 2 Guaranteed
all solid leather former price 123 will
close out tho lot at 50c a pair Come
early and get your choice
tf Rice Arnold
Residence for Sate
A nice residence on High street con
taining eight rooms hath room with
hot and cold water the property of
Mrs Cinda Karr For particulars call
on or address either of the undersigned
MRS CIXDA KARK
W H DOUGLAS
julv23Jt Richmond Ky
Real Estate Agents
We will transfer buy or sell real
estate of every kind city property
speciality We also collect rents and
attend to the paying of taxes insurance
etc for a reasonable commission Call
and see in at the State Lank < Trust
CompanyC CHEXAUIL and L P EVANS
apr16tf Real Estate
Poisoning The Spstem
It is through the bowels that the
body is cleansed of impurities Con
stipation keeps these poisons in the
system causing headache dulness and
melancholia at first then unsightly
eruptions and finally serious illness un
less a remedy is applied DeWitta
Little Early Risers prevent this troll
tile by stimulating the liver and pro
mote easy healthy action of the bow
els These little pills do not act vio
lently but by strengthening the bow
els enable them to perform their own
work Never gripe or distress 1m
In Kentucky
One day when SenatorElect Mc
Creary of Kentuckywas out looking
after his political fences he stopped be
fore a house where there wasa well in
the yard and asked for ft drink
Sorry Mister responded the man
of the house but there aint a drop
on this hero place and I am getting
purty dry myself
Isnt there any water in the well
exclaimed McCreary
Of course there is blurted out the
man I didnt know von wanted
water I thought you wanted a drink
From the New York Times
Off to Mammoth Care
Company E of the Second Regiment
of State Guards will leave on the SM5
L N train this morning for the State
Encampment at Mammoth Cave The
regiment will be in camp until August
9 and the boys are expecting to have
an unusually gay time The new uni
forns for the company were distributed
Monday and the boys say now that the
the company jhat makes any better
show will have to hustle The folow
ing roll of officers and men
I Captain J J Greenleaf
First Lieutenant Joe Tevis
Second Lieutenant Jennings Manpin
Surgeon Dr Moss Qibson
Privates
Wallace Hudgins B E Yates
kiuvderEmmett
Emmett Hurst Joe Bowles
0 Duncan P Cobb
Park Coffee H R Prather
Jack Bmnstnn Waller Samuel
Jas L Bolton Walter Vernon
General Nelson Herndon Dudley
DudleyFrank
Frank Davis Henry Carlisle
JameR Davis Dave Hamilton
Thomas Turpin Forrest Pratt
PrattRichard
Richard Old ham John Christopher
Staff Parker Win Casev
B Calsher Len Pratt
Robert Golf Joe Gentry
ParkerJnmes
Jnmes Reeves D Ronrlett
Frsd Devore Eugene Shanks
Henry White
The noncommissioned officers to
be announced this morning are 1st
sergeant Prather 2nd sergeant Taylor
3rd sergeant Hudgins 4th sergeant
Dudley 5th sergeant Million Corpor
als Gentry Reeves Duncan and White
treatingdisease
disease of the human body winch reo
gards disease as the product of an ob
struction to or derangement of nerve
force and circulation and undertakes
by manipulation or by manual stimuli
or inhibition of nerves and nerve ecu
ters to remove obstructions or correct
the derangement eo that nature may
resume her perfect work
i People who write anonymous Inters
wvkieiitly dont b UOve in fcigim
i
Dr Hobson dentist next door
to Government build n jr
tf Richmond Ky
Have S L ltldklff to repair your
old vehicles and make them good as
new tf
S L Midkifl makes a specialty of
putting on rubber tires Give him a
tiial order tf
The L A Sunday trains are be
coming very popular try them Low
ound trip rates to all stations tf
So L Midkifl can supply you with
any kind of a vehicle you desire and
the prices are always right Glvebim
a call tf
My stock of Jewelry cut glass
etc was never mow complete than
now and mv prices will please every
bod yaprGO If L E LANE
If your watches clocks or in fact
anything in this line needs repairing
take them to L E Lane His wotk is
the best apr30 tf
Your city taxes are now
due Please call and settle
L P Evans
1 tf City Collector
Meat dishes 10 cents each one
half gallon buckets 5 cents each
coffee 10 cents per pound
poundTEX
TEX CENT STORE
Next door to Government lildg
apr30 lyr
Senator Jas n Hctreaiy Disposes of Valuable
Proptrty
A big deal in Blue Grass farm lands
was consumated by privatesale yester
day says the Lexintton Democrat
Mr John Ti Hughes the well known
horseman purchased from Gov JasB
MtCreary 383 acres on the Maysville
pike The price paid was 4GOOO or
about S120 per acre
Tihs property is bounded on three
sides by the estate of Mr Jas B Hag
gin Mr Haggin has held to one price
100 an acre for all of his purchases in
this vicinity and has repeatedly offered
Mr McCreaiy this sum for his holding
The exGovernor has always held out
for a larger offer and yesterday his rep
resentative and Mr Hughes came to
gether on the price at which the sale
was made
madeDissolution
Dissolution Notice
The drag firm of Stockton 1 Hasan was dis
solved by mutual consent July 25 1S03 Mr
Ilagan retiring All claims against the old
firm should be presented at the drugstore for
payment All parties Indebt id to the old firm
must call and settle at once
30II4t STOCKTON HAG AN
Prof R C Adams
OF PANOLA KY
Offers bin services to the people
Madison and adjoining counties
to teach Ten Days Mmical Con
Tentions chorus and voice Also
to conduct the music for pro
tracted meetings and any public
gathering Can furnish male
quartette for special occasions
Please give ten days notice
3C1 Cm
Soda Pop
is a purely temper
ance drink It is the
thing for this season
Cecil Catron
Iarc manufacturing a
superior quality of
SODA POP
of all flavors and wish
to place it on sale in
every town and village
Prices extremely low
Cecil Catron
Junction City Ky
n
The CXOTF Rij
will discontinue
running low rate
Excursions on Sun
days to Cincinnati
W C Rinearson G PA
I
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Natures
NaturesDanger
SignalsK
K
Do your eyes blur at limes
readingAre
Are there frequent head
aches
Are the muscles around the
eyes drawing wrinkles
and crows feet They
are
f
Natures Danger Signals
Only when sight is gone
is the terrible danger realized
It costs so little to help the
eyes if done in time E can
give the early help later I
have to refer the work to
Oculist
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + j
tI the eyes la
+ the most Intelligent and 1
i carrfnl manner without j
4 charge It glMea ndj
+ needed teeD supply the
+ correct lenses mounted
+ In any manner desired
H + + + + +
T + A + Robinsbn
Optician and Jeweler
Main St v Rkhnjowi Ky I
Arara > ld M a 2 r
Notice to Creditors
r
All persons holding claims against
tho Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival
Association are requested to present
same to Secretary D R Tevis at once
or same will be barred
2t H H Colyer Pros
WALTERS
Collegiate Institute
+ +
James T Barrett Principal
Johns Hopkins University
Robot F Hntdieson Associate
HaroiMenSidney College
+
A Highgrade Boys School
that promotes thorough scol
arship and correct habits of
study
Affords a Splendid
General Education
Prepares Indents for entrancein
to the best Colleges and for
hiirlier standing in many institu
Lions
Offers these advantages
An advanced Commons e n s e
Course of Study Thorough
painstaking instruction by well
qualified and experienced teach
ers Firm discipline
I Study hoars in the school room under
the personal supervision of tin
instructors Beautiful and health
fill location with the commodi
ous C U buildings and grounds
Modern and well equipped Gym
nasium Good Athletic Field
Next Term opens September 3
Call on or address
JAMES T BARRETT
july22nt RICHMOND KY
Public Sale
I WILL ON
Saturday August 30
At 10 Oclock A M
on the premises sell to the highest
bidder the farm known as the Col
Reuben Munday farm situated in
Madison county Ky 9 miles south of
Richmond and 2 miles from Kingston
lying between the Big Hill Turnpike
and the Muddy Creek road containing
about 450 acres with good gubstitial
dwelling tenant house two good barns
and all other necessary outbuildings
with the best cave spring in Kentucky
in the yard good land lies well and
mostly in grass It will be offered as a
whole ands two separate tracts with
privilege of accepting the best bid
Privilege of seeding will be given the
purchaser and full possession January
1st 1903
TERMS Onethird cash time balance
in one and two years equal installments
bearing 6 per cent interest Anyone
desiring to look at said farm before the
sale will call on Mr James Hubbard
on the premises who will take pleasure
in showing it to them For any fur
ther particulars address
R H Bronaugh Agt
Ky23julCt
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Estill
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Springs
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White Sulphur and
ApChalybeate
VJc
ctCI
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ofafaf
IlLJ
CILtj
a r a
tta sot
giJune 1st
lt October 1st
On the Louisville At
lantic R R and the Ken
tucky Kiver In the midst
of Mountains and Roman
tic Scenery The White
Sulphur is u specific f for
skin and kidney troubles
the Chalybeate natured
tonic Hot Sulphur Baths
in the house For further
particulars address
W R Thomas
Manager
IRVINE KENTUCKY
Public Sale
ON
THijR DAY AU U T 14 1
I will sell on the premises
at public outcry at three
oclock p m the residence
of the late R X White de
ceased Situated in Rich
mond Ky at the corner of
the Barnes Mill and Lancas
ter turnpike roads The
place will first be offered in
three separate tracts and
then as a whole and will be
sold so as to realize the most
money for it
The first tract beginsat the
corner of D M Chenaults
residence and runs 200 ft
with Lancaster Avenue and
back 735ft totheplank fence
It contains 4i acres of land
and on it is situated the dwell
ing house and outbuildings
The se2ond tract begins at
the poipt on Lancaster Ave
nue where tlie first tract ends
and runs with IAn caster AYe
nue 175 feet to the intersec
tion of the Barnes Mill road
this lotcontains4 10100 acres
plankf
fence in rear
The third tract fronts on
the Barnes Mill road and con
tains 7 54100 acres of land
The terms of sale will be j
announced on the day of sale i
A R BURNAM
tf Executor of R X White
WhiteTu1y28
BEGINNING
July 1st
I WILL SELL FOR
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Ginghams Percales Madras
Piques Swisses allover Laces
in white cream and black
Babies Lace and Swiss Caps
Ribbed Vests and Union Suits
Hopsacking for Skirts Den
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I and Suitings Cotton Nansook
and Swiss Edges and Inserting
Summer Corsets White Duck
InsertinnoI
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GREAT CLEARING SALE OF
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New Goods
are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and
in our selection we lave in the way or
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Ginghams White Goods
mbroideriesl Insertions Etc
that was ever brought to Richmond Uneqnaled
i 8 our beautiful lino of Battenburp and Mount
Alelhck Floss Stamped Linen and Coronation
OoronationBraid
Braid Attention is particularly called to our
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Skirt Department
In this line we can please the most fastidious
fastIdioustastf1s
tastes and have a large assortment to select
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and get prices you are sUre to buy A complete
stock of
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has just been received and is now placed
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uptodate goods at
Lowest Prices
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