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YOLUME RICHMOND, MADISON want in calling your attention to a mistake. If the mibtake is in your favor, The vicissitudes of a postmaster's life ho is just as prompt to tell j oil, and he are many and varied. A single day's en- loses no time in demaudiug what betry in I he diary of one of these public longs to him. servants would be intereetinc reading; e and as local interest in our buperb SAGE OBSERVATIONS FROM THE LEXINGis now at flood tide, wo print tho TON OBSERVER. following humorous interview: To be a successful postmaster, two is a singular coincidence that every things are absolutely necessary. First, bank defaulter within the past three he must do a positive cash business, and months was an "honest money" advosecond, he must keep his temper. "Just cate during the recent national camstamp that letter and I will pay you the paign. Of course their political views had nothing to do with their money uioi-al- s, next time I come in," must be met but firmly, with the answer that but their money morals may have you cannot c dit. It is a hard thing to had something p do with "their political do, bnt if yon would have your account view s. balance properly at the end of the quarIn this state and throughout all the ter you had better observe the rule. You South where the name of O. P. Alford will find the public not very sympathethas for thirty years stood as (lie Bynonyiu ic along this line, but you can't afford to of honorable and intelligent thrift, the let the public run your business for you. announcement of his apsignment for the Then again, you will find that your teni-penefit of .his creditors will make a prowill be sorely taxed, and it will be found sensation and mark an epoch in necessary to keep a strict guard overii. the political situation. That financial You must be kind and courteous, and, policythat can bring about or permit above all things, treat everybody alike.--. the closing.outof real estate and personal Don't smile-- nt the w ell dressed and scowl property that represents nearly a half at the ragged urchin. Don't "bust" your million of dollars, made by honest insuspender buttons off in your efforts to dustry and judiciously invested, to satwait.on Mrs. Kiilglove and then turn up isfy that which represented less than your nose at Mrs. Calico. It requires $40,000 indebtedness when Grover Cleveconstant watching to keep from being n. land made John G. Carlisle Secretary of "respectnr of persons," but vou must not the Treasury, is vicious, if not intentiondo it. 'The rascal is as ranch entitled to ally cniniual. Such surrenders to the' his mail as the most saintly clergyman. inevitable will serve as object lessons to You w ill uIbo find it necessary to read the people and educate them to demand one's mind, or to withstand the shock of a change, and if not change, then a revan earthquake. While some sweet an- olution. gel with flaxen hair and a skimmed milk --Mr. Watterson seems to have said somecomplexion will walk in and look at you where that the nation needs a new birth for a quarter of an hour as dumb as an in morals, and it made a sensation. The oyster, another fair Venus will call for people have known this for thirty yean her mail as if .she was trying to talk to and they tried to give it thnt new birth some one on the other side of the ocean. bv electing Win. J. Bryan President. Hut vou must keep face straight if That new birth will come at no distant it gives Ton the lockjaw. In order that day. It may be by the Crcsariau methyou may have some idea of the daily rou- od, but it will come, and that on the tine of tho office, 1 will give you a little double quick should the new adrehearsal. "Any mai! here for auy of ministration not prove freer from politiMr. Gizzleweed's folkb?" "No ma'am. cal and financial corruption than the one Please close the door!" '"Will a now agonizingly drawing to a close. It stamp carry that letter to Red House?" was not necessary for Mr. Watterson to "Any writing in it?" "Yes, but is go to Europe to learn this iuijmrtant not pealed." '"It will take two cents." truth. The American Monte Carlo, ten "Well, I won't send it, thcu." "Close miles equore on the Potomac furnishes the door, please!" "Any letter here for not only the text, but the argument for Jim Bumper?" "No." "Well, there the text sufficient to bring conviction to ought to be, fer I writ to that feller the mind of any man, not a Pharaoh in mor!! a mouth ago." "They had more political stolidity. nail than the train could haul and they The Democracy of Fayette county can had to leave part of it ; guess it will be get together on honorable terms if they along in a week or two." "All right' will. Let them agree as did I'll come in next week for it," "Come and his wife, who disputed the old man as to ahether back and c1om that door !" it w,-- a rat or a mouse that ran across "Cnn I get a postage order here?" the floor in their presence, that neither "Yes, come back to the desk. There, the word rat nor the word moue should fill out your application." "How must I ever again be called in the house. Let write it?" 'Tut the amount on Fifthe gold rat teen, please!" (You hand out the mail pear from and the silver mouse disaplocal politics and the work will in box fifteen.) "This all?" "Yes, have been done. Fayette county and the 1" You go back and issue shut the door city of Lexington want honest and faiththe money order. "Don't you give a ful men in their office and the way to feller a receipt?" "No, sir." "Well, I get them is to put in honest Democrats, sent some money once before and got a regardless of their view son national quesreceipt." ''perhaps you sent it by regtions. istered letter?" "Yes, that's what it was. Can't I change it and send it that CORRESPONDENCE. way 7" "No. This is perfectly safe." "Well, I'll bet you don't get mo caught next time. I don't believe that way is WALLACETON. safe." "Please pull to the door !' Plenty of rain in this section and crops "A dime's worth of stamps, please!" (You hand out the stamps.) "Close the are looking well. Mr. Joseph Roberts, of this place, door !" You hurry back to the desk to finish brought in a drove of nice young cattle entering the order. Jnst as you are troni Rockcastle county. " Mr. C. C. McWhorter, of this place, about to finish your pen catches in the paper, kicks like a mule and literally sold to J. C. McWhorter, of Crab Orchrains ink all over tho page. You get ard, one harness horse for SCO. out your knife and scratch and gougo Mr. James Gaffney, recently had a and uruiuble, and finally close the book new member added to his family, which leaving the page looking like a map of he says is one more to swell the Bryan the interior of Africa. rauks; and that his name will be Wil"Have you inade'up your mail yet?" liam Jennings Bryan. "Yes, ma'am." "Can't you undo it and It was a mistake as printed in Central put in this letter for me?" "No, haven't Record and I'antsgraph, about our time." "Oh, its so inijiortant ! It just echools beginning with 33 pupils; as we must go! I promised to send it on this are reliably informed that the first day mail. Can't you stick it under the strap there were 4G in attendance. , for me?" "Can't violate the law that Squire Baker sent W. 0. Anderson for way." "My, I'm sorry!"" "Please, some lly paper, and we have learned ma'am, close the door!" registered bundle here for that he obtained it, as the paper sent "Is there a me?" 'There is a registered package him by Mr. elch was literally covered here for yon." 'Well. I want it." with flies. We do"hot know as yet how "Come hark to the desk and nign for it." he enjoyed the joke. Among the crowd who visited Slate "What must I write?" '"3ign jour name on that line, there." (Signs her Lick Springs from this place on Sunday name.) 'Would it hurt for me to opeii were the families of Mrs. Olhe Boen, W. it here?" "Certainly not." "Do you P. Anderson, Charles Anderson, C. C. get many of these things here at this McWhorter and Ed. House, who teachoffice ?" "Well, a few." "What do you ing at this place; and all gave every evireckon is in this? It feels like money, dence of having an exhilarating drive don't it? Wonder who could be send- and a pleasant day at the Springs. ing me money? If it's ten dollars (BELAYED. won't I be happy? Well, T won't open it till I get home!" 'Close that door post-offic- COUNTY, Ex-- U KENTUCKY, 9. .41. to caution all users of Simmons Liver Regulator on & subject of the deepest i ami importance to their health The sole proprietors prhaps their lirt-oami nukera of Simmons Liver Regulator Ifirn that cuotomers are often deceived by a:nl taking some medicine of a apiearance or taste, believing it to Is? Simmons Liver Regulator. We Tram you that unlets the word Regulator is on the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever hxs made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, but J H Zeilin & Co., and no medicine made by anyone else is the same. rWe alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not help you as you are led to expect they wilL Bear this fact well in mind, if you have been in the habit of using a medicine which jou supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it, and the package did not have the word iksgulator on it, you have been imposed upon ami have not been taking Simmons .Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been.favorably known for many years, and all who ue it know how necessary it is for Pever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders '-- " arising from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons-Liv- er Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only mediane called Simmons Liver Regulator. inU-res. We WARNING. nh i S. Sexatok Gek. Cekko Gonuo Williams, who was the colleague of Beck, says: "I regard the Chicago platform the best ever adopted by a Democratic convention. It is a true and strong document that can be iudoned by every good IJANDY io 25 50 Vi CATHARTIC- - 1 : it" We Send il T- O- REE! tf 9 The most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. WEAK Democrat. It "There and there ibhy is but one Democratic party Mi UtWIL' a r il! j.twajs be but oue,. You may buy ;i Miiall fragment of it and call niioiiii-- geu-gentl- y, et -- JH.ZEILIK CO. Take Simmons Liver JRerMtaf m PROFESSIONAL. 3IISS MIL UK!) (iULllEX. CARDS. STENOGRAPHER A XT) TYPEWRITER. Richmond, 'OJJicr adjoining A .11 Kentucky. Burnani'. B27ETS. 1?) J IV. MILLER. AiToimmr-AT-LA- South Point, name, but tho old party lives nud will survive. ' Who says Watterson and Carlisle d (hose others are not for silver? "I have heard both of them say they were iu favor of "silver, and I am too old a man to quarrel witn men with Absolutely Pure whom I once was pleased to call my Celebrated for Its great leavening friends. Why, I stumped this state for strength and healthtulness. Assures Tildeii in company with Henry Wattcr-8.- n, the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap and he always made it a point to. brands, roy-a-l baking mwbeb co., SKW YORK. denounce the republican party silver. And at that lime of his age, and this is his first visit to the republicans denied that the Demoour community for fifteen years. crats were any moie in favor of biiver We are soiry to learn that Mr. J. than they were- Robert Riggs has.refused to accept the "I do uotbelcive that these principnlship of Kingston High School, gold Bemocrats arc going to stay away though glad to know he has a belter long. Down' in my section they are gooffer at Campbellsville. Mr. Itiggs has ing to A'ote for free silver. They realize many warm triends hero who are sorry that they have made .a mistake, and 1 to lose him. think they will attempt to correit in by voting for free silver in November. VALLEYYIEW. "How about 1000? Why, we will elect N. B. Day, of Jackson, was here last a Democratic President, sure. I do not week ou business. see an- - reason for changing leaders when Mrs. G. A. Roy visited her sister, they did so w ell lost time. We will land Mrs. C K. Uivenbrat Ford, Sunday. them when the time comes; but then it Miss Lizzie Reynolds, of Livingston, is not a question of men, but of princiis visiting the family of Win. ples, and we can elect almost any free G. W. Hutchison, wife and child, of silver man in 11)00." Troy, are spending a lew days with relaOf Interest to Tobacco Growers. tives here. The "Weod" is the name of a new The Southern Lumber Co 's new band mill, now being put in at their plant, Louisville pnper devoted exclusively to tobacco and news of Kentucky's will soon be ready to begin operation. staplo product. S. M. Andei.son. Jr., Mrs. W. E. Chase and Miss Nina Da- formerly of Nicholasville. is editor vidson returned last week from a pro- and publisher of the paper, and it ih longed visit with relatives and fi iends at ably conducted. SrsnaznSiVifJttst y nWH ADdUiiUlDbl llUnnfllULhlJ ft.lean. booklet frx. A.i. STKlUoAO u. SIs3l3 Iil5 Vi f5 tCTZtJ j m ALL 'JAECICATEO DRUGG15T5 r !.-- lfl.0 n(.Trr crip or lpe.l.nt riuvj Msrn.turalrrmlts. Sia-- J ju.J ItEJIKIlV l0..fhlrairo. Montreal. Can., or V it Yotfc. COTANFnm A wuinnuuuuyB 0 i 1 Yonng and Old. Rejoice with us in the Discovery. 2 POWDER ,JS0AP. iBurYAMnsEpnc rut TKE iTmirr NimiFRV.--i Hath It i m OQ'it BRIDGEFORD'S 1 don't expelled. 1 ECONOMIST RAPE. A .... .... :FRICE:25E trial will convince merit. Will please the ;i5 rX " :asuaious. LLED I When a man has suffered lor yeara with a weakness that blurlifei his life and rot him of all tli.it really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not pos&ess the moral courage to sto his downward murse. We will send vou by mail, AK.SIILIJTK-I.- Y KIJKK, in the iiin t iu-ka- t m T r' DK. HOFFMAN; anteeto peruiaiivntly SEIiK-ABIISE. e SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM I PlTRCHASE THEM! It lasts twice as lon- - as others. its great CHARLES Mir. of ROLLER, .' w an Instant in purifying your blood. There are germs of disease in you which should be " FRENCH SOAPS AtJ Lancaster, Perm. w TOILET PERFUMERY, ESTADLISHED, 1839. v em.icuteil onrana. No C. O. D frand nor recipe deception. If we &uld not on re, we wouM not sew! our medicine FKKE to trj and pay hen HHtisheii. Write as this liiav not appear ayain. Addres to-da- cure LiisT Ji SKXl'lL YARICIICELE StilPS forever XKilir EMISSIONS am', all Huiiatun: drains. lJetnrns to former appeari.cwj WKAK-NE-- with a MfAI. kal Kaar 8. I Western Medicine Company, Kalamarcc, Mirt. 24-2- Johnston's Sarsaparilla QUART COTTLE. W . the NONOTUCK ? . s - -- X, rcCOErORATED. -- " 3 ""KATHRINA SOLD OX A A.tKolute Cimu-Jiiite- e. has done- - this for thousands; can do it for you. Quart bot tles, 1.00. WILLIAMS, DAVIS. CROOKS & CO. BICYCLES 51 r jMc DONALD'S Detroit, Hlch. LWcrrttea for Liver Ills, The Famous Little liver Pills. JCELEBRATED WOHM PflWDHS jj jB. Qst CUl gj 1 gjjcLa t T. B. Wiic Ky. ). f1 i. P I SOLD IN iT v-i- v-- a . BY RICHMOND. SoMbvD Z. Taylor, mw wis y EASY RUNNING. SERVICEABLE. cnd for catalogue. HAHFSHIRE GYGLE TMCCHEATEST VVOPM DtSTROYta OFTMS ACE ANO TO Ajfs5 Asr .jjfjr j I Richmond, Office in - - Kkstccxt. feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. the Burnani Building, next door to C F. BtTJIVAM. W. S. MOBKKIXT. ffJRNAM MODERt-E- Y. Attornkys-at-La- RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. occu31-3- 9 Office in Bnnmn Building, recently pied by A. R. Bnrnam. T JJ S"CTXjIjI-S7'.A.:- N Attorxky-at-La- u KENTUCKY. OftVeover Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court House, on Main Street. RICHMOND, - II. B. HOGG, " ATTORNEY AT LAW. Richmond, Kenttckt. Office No. 13 First St.. up utaira. 31-3- 0 GRANT E. LILLY, . ATTORXEY-ATLA- Richmond, Office S. W. - - Kentucky. corner Main and Second np stairs. Will practice in nil the courts of Madison and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. J. C. & I). M. CUENAULT, A TTORNEYS A T LA W, Kentucky. Richmond, ault't grocery. Office on Second street, over Chen- - CREEN CLAY, A TTORXEY--A T-L-A W. Jiirhmond, - Kentucky. Collections solicited. PHYSICIANS. DR. II. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Olliee in the Joe Cc .lint building, iS and to Street, over Wntie .old druotore. Sec-en- d 7- ... -- - CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office up stain over New York Store, corner Mmn anil First streets. Richmond 46- - please!" Medicine and Surgery. During all this conversation you are Ofhce Collins Building, MainStrcet. Telephone nt residence (the Orr place) on trying to sort out and make up the mail, Brondway. but in spite of yourself you forget the Kentucky. number of stamps counted and you Richmond, --- --must count them again, and during ali DR. O. A. KENNEDY, this time ou are selling stamps to one, changing money for another, handing PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kkntucky. ont mail to another, and if you don't Richmond, come to tho conclusion that life is a Office in Smith Building. No. to Main Street, np failure, vou will prove to he an extraor stairs Office hours n to I and to 5 o'clock. dinary fellow. t Rut the worst person to deal with is DR.-JOHM. FOSTER, the one who orders you not to give her Kentucky mail to anybody else. After receiving Richmond, such an order, it won't be threo days be fore tho same person will tell somebody Telephone at office and residence. V to call for her mail, and not having an Order sicned by her you refuse to W. EVANS, M. D., G. give out the mail. Then you may make up your mind to have a "round" as rilTSICIAN AND SUROEON, soon as she can get to the office. NoKentucky. body but a postmaster ever knows Low Richmond. many people there are who belong to this class, and they cause more trouble DR. T. J. TAYLOR, to a postmaster than all other classes Practiliotier in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. combined. Richmond. The above are only a few samples of Offlce and residence on Third Street. what occurs every day, and to be a good postmaster and please the people, require any amount of tact and energy, aiMTJLL and calls for a memory made of the very best material. When some person steps DR. A. WILKES SMITH, to the window and asks if yon keep SURGEON, stain jm there, it is hard to keep from DENTAL Kentucky lauirliing outright, but yon must keep a Richmond, straight lace and look as serious as a Qfic country girl at another's weddiug. Bui Ornci Smith building. Main Street. to 4 P. M. hours, o'o) to is M.; notwithstanding all this, the poetofiice srPractice limited to dentistry. is a delightful place of business, jiro-vid- ed you are capable of accuracy in all J. A.TATES. J. C. Mokoar. things pertaining to business. Uncle MORGAN & YATES, Sam will not allow a mistake to go DENTISTS, Jand requires absolute accu Kentucky. racy in everything. And more than . Richmond. can't fool him, either. He ever that, OpncK-M- alc Street, oyer Madison National j lias an eye ou "yon,-an-d is not at all hack Sank. E. C. JASP.ER, Jit. JDl WWSTOK. For certain, tho largest tobacco-raisin- g L Y T state iu the Union, and the largest tobaccqjnarket in the state should bo field enough to support an organ, and we have no doubt from "5"" the encoiirageineutalready given, that the trade will in time tako as much interest in tills publication as does its publisher. It will be its aim. through an excellent editorial force and special correspondents in every tobacco The undersigned ha) three separate small renter and raising section, to furnish fanas which he oilers at private sale separaU'y more news and reliable news of tobac- or together. AH three ire situated at co than any journal now entering this Tun time was when every American STAT! ON, was taught that ho was a sovereign, and field. Price, 2 per year. Together with enjoyed liberty and freedom equal to any on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain Climax S2.75. crowned head- - of Europe, and would respectively S5 ami lSi acres, and are well scorn the idea of seeking or requesting watered aud well improved farms. There is Kentucky Fair Dates. no better laud in Mailliou county, most of it the aid or couusel of any of these digniAt the annual meeting of the Kentaries in the management of our domes- tucky Fair Association, in the Willard being -- HIGH BOTTOM LAND.-- tic affairs. It is quite different now. The Friday afternoon, the following were Kigs,4 goldbug politician and the goldbug press elected officers for the coming can It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by President, W. Samuels, Barihtowu; have preached loyalty to Europe, and our Vice Presidents, I. H. Mallory, Bowling turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, J. dependence on the smiles of monarchy Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond ; etc., all within a mile ot White's Station l'ost Office, ten miles Trom Tiichuioud. so long that they have converted the Secretary' aud Treasurer, A. R. Cnrroth cash, TEKMS Sale will be made weak and vain, ami caused them to look era, "Louisville. AtThe committee appointed to make balance to suit purchaser. For jarticulars, to Europe, and not this country, for law list of dates for this season's fairs sub- address and government. Geo. D. White, mitted the followtng, which was adopted by the meeting: fcb3-White's St itiou. Ky. Osi.y ouo Senator who claimed to be Lebaunou, Tuesday, August 10. Rardstown, Tuesday, August 17. a Democrat voted for the tariff roblxirs' Elizabeihtowu, Tuesday August 24. bill, and he is from Louisiana, but sevBowling Green, Wednesday, SeptemFREE EDUCATION. eral Republican. Senators, like Deboe, ber 1. voted for it who owe their election to the Pad Utah, Tuesday, September, 7. An education at Harvard, Yale, or institution Hannacrats, and the bill was signed by or any other collt-aof leariiinc in I he United Mates, Telephone Yonr "Cousin," a president whose election they secured or in the New England Conservaand boasted of it. They also gave Tom tory of Music, can be secured by Reed a Republican house to pass the BRGADBUS, any young man or woman who is bill. They must shoulder the responsiiu earnest. Write for particulars JAMES I). 1JA1.L, ouicklv. Hunley's Old Stand. bility. No amount of dodgiug will 6it uroimiein si vision, Mixta. yo. 25. 33 change the facts. R. Although he wrote it three months 13 the executor of the last will ol Wm. BogRS, dee'd., and by virture of the power TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. IWEAS K3EH BS&BE V13C338JS ago, Mr.'McKinley's currency message aud authority therein conferred upon me, I will ou was not sent to Congress until the moTaVe Laxative Bromo Quinlno Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. ment of adjournment, just after the 25c. For s.de by Y. O. White, Druggist, Rich. Tuesday, passage of the most iniquitous and opmond, ICy. pressive tariff bill in the history of the THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Republic. As no action was taken ou at about 10:30 o'clock, a. m., at the residence I&DOT- Z7"0AX. IMOAY. or R. Bogss, dee'd., near Richmond. the currency question, the sound money Kysaid Wm.public anction to the highest aud , sell at NERVESQH PETER'S quickly. Csres wnenDb e Democrats who elected McKiuley get best bidder the following pergonal and real Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be It acts powerfully and property, thers fail. Yortn-- men rcsnra lost m ihcji!. r what-th- e little boy shot at. In other Oneyoieof fine oxen: two extra fine yearaon recover yomlifu visor. .Abi.olut.-lCured. cowr two calven; three to X.ot lfIlt particulars they get the highebt of high ling cattle; one milch and seventeen shoats; Itn potency, r.lshtly silinXon. vtiwc head of horses; five sows , lther and a'l FatttiecfSfrraorv. Wa!ai $ a some fanning implements; one half interest iu trriffs for deserting Byrnn. efrlt stlf rtruit or fas a field of about 27 acres of growing corn; some An Eminent New York, Chemist and Scientist nrtttcrttlon. Warts otf lnsn:ty anil Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. bacon; and one new invalid chair. )on t let druKRi't lmpor.enwurthksssu..iitme On Saturday night, before the adjournroa !ecaao It ylelus a kw iter prdu lxtslsfi on nir PEr.FEli'H KUVI01S, or "end for ment of Congress, Senator Reed an- Also the Following Tracts oi The distinguished Nev York chemist, T. A. Jan be carrlod In vest pocxet. rt.rrepoidApial i Itl n wiiU er. i per box. or C lor i Slocu.n, demonstrating his discovery of a : Lands, it nounced his committee. Kentucky seCure or ltrlinul rltten CJuirnn!c and absolute cure for Consumption Doorv. Pamphlet free. Sold ty lnur"lit-- . Ai.ilr (Pu'monary Tnberculoj is) and all bronchial, eEi'frjt jinuicjix. One tract containing about 215 acres, formercured one chairmanship. Colston getting cticuno, i. ly constituting a part of the Alex Tribble throat, lung and cue it diseases, stubborn that of the committee on expenditures estate aud which is now occupied by Joseph B coughs, catarrhal ofTcitions, general decline Sold by Richmond Drusr Co. ami W. G. . ........, tn1 wMfli nillnfiiQ th lnnrt of .Tnn. - and weakness, loss of llcsh, and all conditions in the departments, which is known as rmt.lUm - u. rsronsion, jonn oiason ana; of wasting away, will send THREE FREE White. u. Hams, j. different) of an obsolete committee. Pugh was placed others in Madison county, Ky about 117 acres, BOrrLES (allafflicted readerhis New Discovof the Climax One other tract containing eries to any on appropriations and alcoholic tarifltc; and known as the James Black place and which writing for them. Treatment" has cured thousands His "New the Wheeler and Fitzpatrick on patents, adjoins one tract above named. other tract containing about S3 permanently by its timely use, and he considAlso Jfe profensi'inal to suffering Wm R. acres, known as Fitzpatrick on pensions, Clardy on claims Boggs,doc'd , and the home place oftract last ers it a simple donate a trial duty his infallible humanity to of which adjoins the cure. Smith on accoustics, Rhea on Labor and mentioned above. offered Science daily develops new wonders, and The last two named expenditures iu the war department, separately and then as atracts will bethat whole, and thia reat chemist, patit ntly experimenting for which yields most money to years, has produced risults as benificial to be accepted (IN KENTUCKY.) Evans on expenditures in the agricultuby any modern humanity as can be decedent's estate. ral department, Pugh and Settle on elecThese lands are in a high state of cultivation genius. His assertion that lung troubles and Schedule In effect May 2. 1807. Monday was piy day at the Southern Lumber Co. They pay promptly and on time and have no kicks coming from their host of employee. List Sanday afternoon about three hundred people witnessed a gainc of baseball between our team, the "Bung Holes," and the "South Side Amateur" team fiom Lexington. Tho game was excitine from stnn to finish, resulting in a score of 23 to 12 in favor of the S. S. J.W Ell Ess. Amateurs. Ohio-La- st Tvrarrfc - i i Tfciwrr l:W13 HflW 3 XJ r&3Li IU w i uuf bdky&sJ mm lull Wilis Aii rTGHEST GRADE, vretah.c ' Most certain aptl never failing Worm Destroyer OCK UI51.UVLKUU. Sold for a ouaner of a cen-I tury with continually in I ! Smallest ike Easiest to taicp Entirelv ft .- - vx Every Wheel Guaranteed. MFG. CO., Tli.nkaoinmert Does this not mean merit ? I ' 1125,000 Children FOR rearlv Sent to their Urates hy Worms. ncDONALD'S n AT - NORTHAMPTON. MASS. Responsible dealers invited to cor- respond with us. yJsO jZ --O i 0 Z2 ZJ JO 'Ii i j .u lTTtTOI CELEBRATED WORM PQWGERS would have sactl them all. ! c FuralH by all Jruptt-ai'- mayW-6n- i l in Bmlieined. Monuta.clurcd on v nv lue prop rictor, tr,c. 1X:T iaiis BOX. UK0. Of Shelbyville, . RlhEY Ky., Recommends He Imki ItcciNvlllf. mayS-6iu- o fees, I. & WHITE'S one-thir- d The Finest The Safest Drivers, The Promptest Kv., Slay Jri, '!). To Co.. Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. 2s. Middelton. (Iruiruist, and used them for Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that thev cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedv. Yours very truly, 0 Geo. W. Rilev. WnSit Medical Shelbyville, Wright's Oolerv Capsules. L. & i.v. A. M. ISr. R. K. O. DIVISION. I.v Effect 3Iakch I, lSOfll for Ciiiciaiwti' akv Masville. Win-- , p. m. cheter and Lexingtoai E.Tjiress Paris, 6.25 p. m. mile. Winchester 2.05 Lexington mail. mail. Cincinnati. Paris, ilavs-- , 7.20 BED WETTING CURED OK NO PAY. Mrs Wis. B. M. nOWAN Milwaukee. mcL3-l- y r tf The Cheapest Prices, You Get the Profits The Favorite Stable. Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. tention, Ufa Livineston. London, Jel-- i 1.10 lico. Pineville. i I2io Fast line for Livingston, a. h. 11.45 LondoH.Jellko KnoxvihV, 3 13 a. m. hast line tor Cincinnati.! v. m. ' 3 1! Paris. Wincheslvr. 11.43 r m. Kowlaml. Iincaster aad ' a. m 1.20 Stanfoni. IftlO iltowland, Lancaster and 7:25 jStaiironl. For fartker partkalar rail oh w iiMross. and ' M 60 Telephone 78. KUPKR HOOD. Agt. PUBLIC SALE! P. B. Fi&sirl & Uaiti Mm. 1, m 1 t. la Effect March IS:.? ii DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. E.VST BOUXD. iignl 17, mcli3-Cn- ffesitesitepsj m3 v.mAm Vfevfe. m T. r?S5 t I Be-t- No better wheel made than the Acme Bicycle Built in our cvn factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. We have no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. Frankfort Le FlkboiH . Ait Switrer- ' Stpn p.Bs Gresad. Duvailr " OtorjretowB. Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown. OntrvTHte a.. S8 est TC2 feri 3 60 ZV 3 34 8 SET 739 t: jim-intec- il ' Eluabeth " Pans 846 WEST BOUND. !8 K I 4 3 k 35S 4 V SO & IB I i W -- III--n- fc to-W- v Our.nteresting Jan27-4m WRITE for Offer Acme Cyclo Co., Elkhart, Ind. i- --- -- - I Arr Kliiabeth Cfntreville. Newtown Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvall" "' Stamping Greuml. Swilzer Elkhorn. Z" Frankfoit C. D DBRCAW. Lve Paris ..93B . 93 . 14 331. 939 9Ufi. 9i W 5i sa (M T .N6 It W II X 11 11 iW 6 41 6 IS KS9 : Gea'l PaM. Aijent. SOUTHERN bid-wil- l m RftiLWfly. No. l. No. 7 5am 4.uxn 0.10am 5.47pm 9 55am S.35pm I a 17am A 50pm lCLSOam 7.25pm No. No. 5.10pm a 15am 5.3'pai 8.35am 6.00pm 9.26am H.4ipn lUMam & 15pm! 6 FIlTOflDO GEO. B. HARPEU, Gen'I Shj.. Frankfort. Kentscky. Cksapsake and io Saiteij. ... N .... ... io Estill County. Rev. O. J. Young, of Baldwin, will preach at Autioch the remainder of this year. Born to the wife of Bi!l Witt, Republican candidate for School Superintendent, a ten pound boy. Misses' Bessie and Mary Coyle, of Kicumonu, are spending tlie summer with their aunt, Mrs. John Butler. It is reported that James Yr". Park, of Station Camp, will make the race for County Superintendent against W. S. Witt. Aliss Daisy Snowden has returned to her home in Clark county after spending several weeks with her uncle, D. J. Snowden. Mrs. M. H. Pigg and her two beautiful daughters, Delia and Ollte, of Richmond, visited the family of J. J. last week. tions .committee No. lr Berry on rivers and harbors, "Clardy on agriculture, Wheeler on militia, Colson on pensions and claims, Davison on war claims and foreign affairs, Berry and Smith on judiciary. Committee changes were made only where the change in Congressmen have'occurrcd, all the other committee Reprechairmen being sentatives Fitzpatrick, Settle, Smith, Clardy, Berry and Rhea will enter actively into the campaign in Kentucky to aid iu the election of Samuel G. Shackel ford as appellate clerk1. The Last Excursion of the Season to Niagara Falls Goes via Big Four Route. stn.axT. u Mr. J. E. Reeves General Southern aceutof the Big Four Bout was ou our streets and at the Fair Thursday advertising the populpr Niagara Falls Excursion of his Line which is the last excurHONr C. T. CALDWELL, sion to tho Falbj this year, Tickets will be Bold by all lines in .Kentucky at re- of Parkersburg, W. Va., Jlecoin duced rates for the special train which r tneiids Wrights Celery will leave Cincinnati Tbnreday Aug. KIJSTGSTOK Capsules. 4:30 p. m. and will consist of El- tMr. Edna Maupin left last week to 5th at trant Coaches, Parlor Care and Sleenere. visit relatives in western Missouri. Pabkeksbukg, W. Va., I'hetmUre train will runlhrpURh to the Master Herman Scoville, who lias Falls without change. . January 2(3, been yisiting relatives 'here, returned to Inquire of your Hail Road agent for Wright Hep; Co., his home, at London, last Sunday. rates .from your Station. Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. West, formerly of this place, but There is no more welcome exchange Gentlemen? I have been nsinj now of Los Angeles, Cal., is visiting her comen to our table than The Lexington "Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem son, Mr. Wm. West.at this place. Herald. Itu etlitoraila show varied, and ber, 1894, and find them to be as recom- mended, tirst began taking them Misbes linnie Ruby Mundy, of Stanskillful hands. Current opinion gives while at Hot Springs, Aik., under treat ford, Annie Bronaugh, of Crab Orcliard, credit fo Col. . P. JBrecfcinridfce for ment forSciatic Rheumatism, Liver and and .Nettie Cox, of Colyer, are the some ot them, aud many of them cer- istomach trouble, Constipation which I guests of Mrs. Jeff Cox. tainly sustain his reputation ns a master had been a long sufferer. I found the We are "glad to note that Dr. Martin, of lJnglifih and of political acumen. It Celery Capsules gave me great relief froro.the begfnuing and have used ttism who was so painfully wounded by an gives all tho news-o- f . ever since. the Via)'4 in Willi pleasure, and, unsoaccidental dischargevof a pistol some hem to It is theonly eaundinQnoy, free licited. I recommend afllictions any .and or either weeks ago, is again able to visit his trade Democratic paper in Centrial .Ken- all suffering with like tucky! aud givea'all the political, as well of then: Very truly yours, patients. 4 Charles T. Calbwki,l.-SolHev. Joseph Afeblll, of Oklahoma, is as social and racing news of the famous iiy T. 8 irngausDnij.'m'faL Trice" visiting-hi- s nephew--, Mr.JR. AzbilL Asbliiid district", butnt never savs a 50centSjaud,$1.00 por bor. .Caftat drng year or unkind, wrJrtUoCau opponent. store z o- Mr.3 Azbill is in the irei iree aainnie. w Ed-wan- ts and finely timbered, well watered and have, good fencing thereon A comfortable dwelling on each of the three tracts This property will be sold without rcwrve or limit at the time and place mentioned; and possession for seeding privileges will be given in the fall of 1897, and full possession on January 1, r?98. TERMS. The personal property will be sold for cash for all sums under ten dollars, and for all sums in excess of that amount a credit will be given until January 1, 1833, but negotiable notes with approved surety thereon will be required from the purchasers. The rei.1 estate will be sold on the following " terms, One third payable January 1, 1898, and the remainder rim and payable in one and two years from January 1, 1838, in equal installments, with interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum thereon from January 1, 1833, until paid. On January I, 1893, the lands sold will be conveyed by deed when the purchaser will be required to execute negotiable notes for tho deferred payments, and a lien will be retained in the deed to secure the payment of same. The purchasermay, however, pay all or such part of the purchase price in excess of thj one third required to be paid on January 1, 1893, as he may elect to do. W. I CRUTCHER, This July 21, 1897. jly28-lExecutor. t: consumption are curaale in any climate- - is proven by "heartfelt letters ol gratitnde," nled in his American aud European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts ol the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and tun? troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 93 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and exprese address, and the tree mmlicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advan-ta- j of hU generous pre position. riease tell the Doctor that you saw his offer 11vT-l-v in the Richmonij Climax. EASTBOUSD ... I.v. .Luuwvtlle Ar. Shelby vllle... Ar.LVreuceb'g. . . Ar. Versailles.... Ar. Lexington ... WES'BOTOB i I'.llOpm lllpm lltfpm SUOpm 4. No. X Z43pm "IHHlt- Insui-e Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling anil LexlBrtoB Accom Eastern Express for LoaMviIle Moreheail and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V 3 4. S.K am 7 3B am 60 pra S pn !IW TO RND OUT. Lv. Lexloirtoa T7.. Ar. Versailles Ar.LA'rcnceb'g. Ar. Shelby vllle..... Ar. Louisville Trains Nos. 1. 2, & and tion Chair Cars. X48TB CKD- NO. 1LI No. 1 lla business property against 3'our homes and 5.23 xn .45am tltaam 100dm Fire 0 Tornado. I represent two of the most carry Free Observa- 1993-Th- e " " l W.-O- every-form- I eighty-secon- d li Fill a bottle or common water glass !p.U 7 iSam U55amlArLarncbnAr twentj-fou- r ijipai liUjamiArllarodacgArl irSpm! 7 35am with urine" and let stand 4.33pm' 7.25pm hours; a sediment oi settling induavtes a ,7.40 pm: u 8 mAr Burgln L,v 4.Mpml 7.75-iyrcsTisousa. diseased condition of the kidneys. EASTUOUAD ceya. WMblnxWa. D. c. ror their XL3JU prlxa oiler XX Sec. Street, (Up Stairs) a&a Use of two huntired laventloca wanted. When urine stains linen it is positive Na IS. t.NO e: SfATIOMS KoT IS .S'o. Oi' Je2-l- y .SJpm 7. team L.T LouistII Ar laiAim 1.14pm evideuce of kidney trouble. Too fre 5.47pm 9.10am ArShelbrll Ar 9. .earn 145pm. 115pm S 10.17am qnent desire to urinate or pain iu the l7 56pm IL20im Arvcrslles Ar aojam 1 38pm 20pm Ar Midway Ar 7 4lam is also convincing proof that the TiiJpm lilSpm ArGeorxtu Lv 7 ISami aOOpm back, WE3TB07SIX ASIDOUXB kidneys aud bladder are out of order. tNo. I tNa S.I BTATIQN3- - tNo 6 ItKQ- - WHAT TO SO." i- 7.4mm iMuuii'.v Louljvll Ar W55.m, 115pm. lQ2aim 6.57pmiLv Verslles Ar 7.s&am i.3Upm knowledge lLOOam i flWll ...VUA...1. ... X S ..' JAnn. There is comforts in the 11.58pm 8.3pm ArRlchmo'd Lv 605am) i45pm so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's 1.05 pm .... .Ar Irvlno Lv LSOpmj Swamp-Roo- t, No. I (Na X the gipat kidney remedy 8TATIOSS. 55 7.45am 7. SJpm fulfills every wish fi) relieing pain in I.v. Louisville... O IttiOam 1110pm Leilngton... Ar. m tho'back, kidneys.! j liver, bladder aud Ar. Knozvillo.... T.30am 1.39am iLISpm every part of the urinary passages. It Ar.Asboville ..... !i 00am Ar S.ivannah...... llOant, corrects inability Ip hold uriae and Ar. Jacksonville.. O 7.40pm' 9. CO km scaldingjpain iu pasinng it, or bad efiects Ar. Cnaltunootfa., o iiwim 11.10am Ar. Atlanta I 8.15am lLI0om following use of liiiuor. wine or beer, ; Ar. Macon O t a in.m. 910pm Jftckionvllla. and overcomes, that unpleasant necessity Ar Chattanooga... SOlpm ituSara Lv 11.59pm of being compelled loget npmany timta At tiirmtngham... 3Z 4.45am X.smi Ar.Mer.Jbn... ... The mild Ar. New Orleans .. dnrine tho night to urinateC ILSlam i.tipm i . ii.. . aud the rsxtraordinal'v clfect of Swamp-RoNa 1 carrloa Free Chair car ioaimyiuo to 1 is soon realized. It stands the high- Lexington there connecting with SolidQtVetl- la baloTmln carrying Pallman Sleeping MANUFACTURER AND DEALER LN est for its wonderful cures of the most Chattanooga to Birmingham and New O leans.. distressing cases, If!you need a medicine Sleepsr ioulsvt Uo to I No, S ) 7VONU-iVeiSTS- , Atlanta. aUo Lexlnrtonto' you sliotiTd liavo tiiLLwt. Sold by drug Ch3ttanoosa.and Hot Springs. Asaevlllj. and; via Orto -gists, price fifty cents aQ one dollar., Compartment Sleeper Leslngtoa j AND ALL 1UXDS OF CEMETERY WORK. leans. For a sample bottle jlnd..jpamphli.ti loth iDilly Except Sunday. j lent free by mail, mention Ilia Cujiax, A.WHKTOI.Pi&T. A.. &T. SWITr. P.4jrA.v For further particttlan, prccs, cx., address, LexlngU . Ky.. Xeutavllle, Ky. ,and send your full addrefie to X M. Cut-r-i !T. M, VT. H Grsis. Oan. Supt., Y-,TiprJtomerfk Ci.,. nghainptqn, N. WashiagiMtD.' C. .Waaklagtoa.D-C- pro'prafor of tints' paper guarantee W.jLTvaK.G&A.rVfK H. TATl,OltAi3P.A.j -- VVaahlaetefc-O Gj " . IJav4UetKj; tiie uannindMUff rtf HIu rtfftxr - . ,BhH-- l t ; f "c."r - -$ WEJTBOJSIl No It :to- - 14. STATIONS. am L.V LouistU Ar 8. lipmi 1 155am reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and re spectfully ask for a share of think your patronage. Wanled-f- in of join Idea Who can iuit !e thlsgturatestr Protect your Ideas: theymay hrtaff yua srealia. S. F. ROCK, Write JOHN WEDnEllBtrRN CoTPatent AtUf. KAST BOUND. 9 K am Lexinirton and Mcrehead Accom.-- . 5 New York Limited F. V. V. Jl 30 am 6 ptu Lexinirton and Mt. Sterling Accest Washington Express 9 S pai Accooiniotlatien trains ran daily except Sftn-daOther trains ma daily. Through sleeping ind dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agat L.N.Rv.. call on or write RtchmonJ. Ky. orGEOROSW BARNSY. D. P. A. C. .t O. Ky., Lexiuirtoa. Sy. y. i Z- Madison Monumental Works, EXOIEHIIkCOILSnD, lr-'- ' o p , s p - ot carrlflS-PiiUma- a Jtr 1 1 GRKNITE u&ut-ofli- ce bti r I! rrxzzT'Zha TVS-'- . n - '.'' i C C" J"? . - "' T .. c. 1--J s., . 3r , Tir p " ; ?7C1, BM i. perience, tiieless energy, and singleness of purpose--t- o succeed were great factors in the success of the exhibition undet adveioo circumstances POBLlaHEUXVtUV wxd.vesdav bt which prevented many towns from Go. holding fairs this year. Of his assistant, Mr. Riggs, itis hardly necessary to speak. Tho association early realiProprietors and Editors. zed his groat worth and there was no A.D.MILLES. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. duty to important or too onerous to capacitf for PKICE PER YEAlt, fl.50. intrust to him. Hisadaptability work, renand his wonderful . $1.23 dered him practically indispensable. IN ADVANCE, Mr. J. S. Cruther, Treasurer, was as WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1897 vigilant as any in the performance of his duties, was accurate, courteous, and always interested in tho fair's success. Yice Presidents J.. B. and J. J. Nealo were the right men in the right place and strengthened the board in all particulars. The board of Directors worked harmoniously forjthe welfare of the show, and should be gratified now at having piloted so successful a fair when other counties had not courage sufficient to attempt an exhibition this year. The newspapers, of the town, and ncighboriiis cities, wore generous in their advertising and were treated with great consideration therefor by and DEMOCRATIC TICKET the PresidentshowsSecretary.excellent, were Tho ring of the best horses in the Ptate For Clerk of Court of Appeal, contesting for the premiums. The SAM J. SHACKELFORD, races on the track Were all hot by conof Daviess countv. tested, and furnished ample sport for all. Tho bicyclists of the city, thanks For Circuit Jmlpe to Mi. Will Park's efforts, furnished THOMAS J. SCOTT, several good races. Master Don Wigof Madisou county. gins, the finest trick rider in the Blue Glass, gave a free exhibition that For Commonwealth'b "Attorney was much enjoyed. K A. CUUTCJIEi: Mrs. J. B. Willis capped tho of Jebamine county. by furnishing the dinner the most abundant ami palatable ever Representative, spread at the fair. She fed about a vr. v:. combs. thousand people, and no complaint was heard. County Judge, The Richmond Band covered itself P. II. SULLIVAN. w ith glory and w as praised continually for its fine music, j County Attoriify, After paying all exienses a.ul tho J. TEV1S COCD. $0,000 in premiums and purse.--, the association may tome out with rao'irj-tSLerifT, spare. So mote it be! II. II. COLYEIJ. i The Richmond Climax. fct r Sponge cake, premium $2, eight entries, Mrs. J. P. Simmons, Mrs. L. Ths Climax Printing W- - Mc-Crea- ry Bonnie. Ice cream, premium $2, four entries, Mrs. S. P. Deatherage, Mrs. J. J. White. Sherbet, premium $2, five entries, Miss Lydia MoKeer, Mrs. B. C. Potte. Kentucky grape wine, premium S2, eleven euti ies. Miss Hollio Fife. Mrs. French Tipton. Blackberry wine, premium $2. eight entries, Mrs. Green Turley, MrB. John McKeuna. Blackberry cordial, premium $2, eight entries, Mrs. Richard Pettus, Mrs. Kate Conway. Home-mad- e jean?, promium (1, not filled. Rag carpet, premium SI, three entries, Mrs. D. H. Myers, Mrs. Ella Bonny. Home-mad- e blankets, premium SI, Mrs. $1, wool hose, premium live entries, Mrs. Wagers. Home-mad- e wool half iiosf, premium SI, five entries, Mrs. Wagers, Mrs. W. B. Johnson. Home-mad- e gloves or inits, premium SI, five entries, Mattie Sbifflett, Homo-mad- u J. F.Wogerp. Amelia Wagers. e cotton hose, premium SI, seven entries, Mrs. D. H. Myers, Mr. D. S. Harber. These stockings and another pair Mrs. Home-mad- belonging to Mrs. C. E. Woods, were mislaid. Keward for their return. Home-mad- e cotton half hose, premium SI, Mrs. Myers. Irish potatoes, premium SI, two entries, Mrs. B. C. Jnts, Mrs. H. J. 'rcli-uia- x" Martin. Tomatoes, premium ?1, three entries, Mrs. Tom Amerman, Mrs. J". B. Willis. Beets, premium, SI. two entries, Mrs. Pott3, Mrs. Ammorman. Cabbage, three entries premium $1, J. T. Aahbaugh, Mrs. Potts'. i o FIRST DAY. Circuit Clerk, S. II. THORPE, JR. County Clerk, JOHN F. WHITE. Jailer, JAMES Assessor, T. O. CURRY. C. LACKEY. Silk patch work quilt, prem$2, four entries, Mrs. Miss Flora Chenault. Worsted qnilt, premium $2, threo entries, Mrs. Amelia Wager?, Mr. A. Baxter. 2, eight Calico quilt, premium entries, Mrs. W. B. Smith, Mrs. L. ium, Tal-bo- r, Bonny. Worsted comfort, premium $2, three entries, Mrs. W. F. Francis Mrs. W. F. Powers. White counter pane, home made, premium 2, six entries. Mis Fannie White, Mr. Amelia Wajrer0. Sun bonnet, machine made, prf $2, four entries M's-Fanuie White. Mrs. S. W. Hudson. s Superiuteudent Public J. Coroner, V. WAG EltS. m-m- m M.G.I5R0WN. Surveyor, S. F. KOClv. CITY TICKET. For Mayor Jlemstichiugby hand,prem!um2 Worsted embroidery, premium ten entries', Mrs. John F. Wajiei , Mrs. Christiana Todd, Fail field. Ky. $2 J. 15. STOUFFEIJ. two entrie. Miss Hull, Lexington;. Mrs. D. H. Myers. Cucumbers, premium l,four entries. Stone Butner, Mrs. Amerman. Squash, premium $1, four entries, Miss Mary Bennett, Mrs. Amerman. 'Wheat, premium $3, seven entries, Lucy Foster. Rye, premium $1. Lucy Fosler. White corn, premium ? 1, two entries, Alex Parrish, W. B. Turley. Stallion under 1 year old, premium ?I0 eight entries, John McCord, Horace Beatty. Ftalliou 1 and under 2 years old, premium $10, four entries, 'Lucien Huguely, Bales & McElwaiue. Stallion 2 and under 3 years old, premium $15, two entries, Gay Bros , Versailles; A. B. Butler. Stallion three and under four years old, premium $20. two entries, Gay 15ros., Bales & McElwaine. Stallion four years old and over, premium $25, four entries, llale. & McElwaine, Carpenter & Hunter. Mare under one-yeold, premium 510, ten entries, Osveu Parrish, Alex I'arrish. Mare or gejding one and under two years, premium $2. Gay Bros. Mate two and under three, premium, Ho. two entries, Gay Bros., R. ar For City J mice. II. C. RICE. Vor City Attorney j! TALBOT JACKSON. OU'M II.MKN. Court House TEVH, PICKETS. City Hall MERSHON, MAUPIN. Uuiveraily GIIJSON, BALLAKD. RICHMOND DISTRICT. For Mapi-tra- te For Constable N. B. TURPIN. W. L. SIMMONS. fool proud Slit-wil- Won't old Kuintiick l after the November election ? be at home :gnm. Now ilu mourns, for ber ylory Ua dep;irt-dTliere - no joy in Israel. Alas! that hbe .should have falL-- on Mich evil days; but the .spell is broken, and next November Shackelford will lead on to victory to the tune of twenty five thousand majority. . in -- Herald. A covekxmknt has no right to levy upon the people a higher tax than ib absolutely necessary to pay the expenses of the government, honestly administered. Any sum beyond this is unauthorized, unjust and robbery. Government has no riht to tax one class of its citizens for the lx'neflt of another clasfe, yet this is the Republican policy, and this in y being done in this country. to-da- Lexington Argonaut. The Fair a Great Success. The Madison County Fair has come and pme, and a more successful exhibition has not been held in Kentucky this year, and probably will not be all due to the vigilant work performed by the officers of the association to whom too much praise cannot be given. At the age of 32 Mr. John B. Cbenault, its president, looks back ten years when ho was at tbo head of the fair in 1S37, one of the bett years in its history. Likewise this year of '97 adds to the lau rels he gained when the youngest fair president in Kentucky! His uniform Rockaway mare or gelding, shown $15, throe entries, Carpenter fc Hunter, Dr. A.W. Smith. Mare any nge, premium S20, four entries Bales & McElwaine, John S. Bister. J. W. Herndon Stake Saddle stalMyere. lion, mare or gelding, any agn, premArrasene Kensington embroidery, ium S100, Bales & McElwaine 1st premium $2, live entries, Mrs. L. P. and 2nd, Thornton &Sou, Bradfords-villTodd. Mrs. J. T. Shackelford. 3rd. Handsomest machine-mad- e dress, RACKS. trimmed in calico, premium S3, one 2:18 trot, purse $490, was won by entry. Miss Fannie White. Handsomest painting on china, Avana, property of T. M. Price, in three straight heat?, time premium f 3, four entries, Mrs. J.T. 2:20, 2:19. Baunermark Shackelford, Miss Marie Harber. second, Dufour third. Eight entries. Oil painting, prem'um $2, five en- . 2:21 pace, purse $.'500. was won by tries, Mrs. R. R. Buruam, Miss Ma- Foxhound in three straight heats rie Harber. time 2:24. 2:2P4, 2:24. Spanih Water color, premium $2. two en- lioy secoud, May Christine third. tries, Mrs. C. D. Chenault, Mrs-- . Wal2 year old trot failed to fill. ler Beuuett. SECOND DAY. Pencil work, premium ?2, Mrs. Mare under 1 year old, prem $10. Cohen, Miss L'zzie Feeney. eight entries. Will Arbuckle, J. M. Crayon work, premium 2, four entries, Miss Mane Harber, Miss Bessie Oldham. Mare or gelding one and under two Turley. Kensington painting, premium $2, years old, prem. $10, two entries, Gay Bros., Eugeue Todd. Mrs. Hallie Deatherage. Mare two and under three, prem.. Butter, premium $1, seven entries. Mrs. J. J. Embry, Mrs. J. T. Shack- S15, three entries, Gay Bros., E. G. Sutherland. elford. Mare three and under four, prem. Home-mad- e cheese, premium SI, six entrios, Mrs. B. F. Deatherage, S20, Bales & McElwaine. John R. Gibaou. Mrs. T. J. Curtis. Mare 4 years old and over, prem. Wheat bread, yeast rising, premium SI, three entries, Mrs. H.J. Mar- $20, three entries, Nelson Rowland, Bales & McElwaine. tin. Miss Mollie Fife. Mare and colt, prem. 15, eleven Beaton biscuit, premium SI, ten entries, Miss Bessie Miller, Miss Nel- entries, Wm Arbuckle, A. K. Doty. .Fauciest turnout, single, accomlie Potts. Jelly cake, premium J2, four en- panied by ladjs, prem. S10, three entries, Mrs. H. J. Martin, Miss Minnie tries, Bales & McElwaiue, R. P. Fox, to Rockaway, premium m e, Lx-iugto- u, Silk embroidery, premium $2, ten entries, Mrs. Pattie Cohen, Miss Hull, Lexington. Silk Kensington embroidery, prem-u$2, eleven eutries, Mrs. Talbot, Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. Worsted Kensington embroidery, premium $2, one entry, Mrs. D. H. F. Scud'der. Duud. Jr. courtesy and liberality, but unswerving adherence to the duties of the office, were the causes of his splendid administration this year. The Secretary, the hardest worked official of all, deserves equal praise. Mr. S. A. Deatherage fully attested his fitness for the position which he has held for several years, and his lare ex v RaSS dgftSMWAAAAftS ft-- ii m BrOWCi.oCGi !FrQZ865 Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. SXSI vtw .yin&iTKauiZMivx White cake, premium $2 50, seven entries, Miss Minnie Dunn, Mis? Margaret Parrish. . Chocolato cake, premium ?2, six entries, Mrs. H. J. Martin, Mrs. T. J. Curtis. Baked Ham. premium 2, five on- trios, Mrs. T. J. Curtis, Mis. G. B. Turley. g wheat bread, premium S2, eleven entries, Mrs. B. W. Turner, Mrs. B. C. Potts. Black cake, premium So, three entries, Mrs. R. P. Fox, Mrs. Rice Park. White ralsiu cake, premium S2, six eutries, Mrs. John McKunna, Mibs Minnie Dunn. Salt-risin- Stallion, mare or gelding any age, S25, five entries, Carpenter & Hunter. "Gelding any age, prem. $20, threo entries, N. H. Rwluud, Robert Walker. prem. N RACKS. A much larger crowd was out today than yesterday to witness the trotting, pacing and bicycle events. 3:00 trot was hotly contested, there being eight entrfes. It took seven heats to decide it, Lndy O'Fallon, the fine gray mare belonging to C. F. Nagle, Lexington, winning in a c!oe finish wilh Viola. Tim.'2:23J Vj, 2:31, 2:30, 2:32)4, 2:17 pac was won by 1 g of B. F. the splendid buy Leinniger, of Fairfinld, HI , in three traiglit heata; Ethel T, second; Dunbar, Third. Time 2:17K.2:1"X, -- 2:. Ed Cloud, 2:22. IlICYCIiE RACES, e First race Novice, won by Wm Park; Neville Moberley second, Gordon Pel kins third. Time One-mil- "Sfn 3 m 3:20. M Midsummer m Clearance Sale! Be$ Ifcgj Second race ILilf-mil- e Dash, won by Ham Bales Wm Park, second, Neville .Moberley third. Time 1:16. THIRD DAY. To Reduce Stock We Will for the NEXT 30 DAYS offer Special Low Prices on : WALL PAPERS, STRAW MATTINGS. LACE CURTAINS, BABY CARRIAGES, and PICTURES, ess ii H (Ufa U Ewrjtig Hew.. Goods Slrisily First-Gla- ss. if M IsStfi IF YOU WANT BARGAINS COME AND SEE US. BROWER, SCOTT & FRAZEE, Comer Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. aS!Xwx Mrs. IJrutusfJ. Clay, Jr., of Paris, D Chenault.' " left yesterday, after a visit to Mrs. J. Tho Fair hop, given at tho GlynStallion 2 und under 3, prem. $15, Q. Chenault. don by the.Richmond Hop Club, was two entries. Gay Bros., A. B. Butner. Miss AddT$ Wagers, of Estill a handsome affair, and ,too much, Stallion 3 and undoi4, pre.n.. $20, county is tlw guest of MissesMona praJtSo cannot bo accorded "the young three entries, Gayv Bros., J. M. Gar, and Lucy Prather. men who managed it. Of course, rett. Messrs Boil! and Jo'sso Couchman Saxton was on hand, jind his "Stallion 4 years old and oyer, music was as prnm. $20 t 1st, $i0 to 2nd, three en- of Payette, visited Mr. lieu Broyii n ' " j'. ? ., swt?as of old. -tries. 0. T. Sandliige.'jJales "& MeEl- - White) Station. - it. ..v Hon.TlioBpieIor.V6olfo"ra,-t- - ( A"monr.th .- iuy lotr juir tmrkkv wajae Mrs. Gelding two and under thr.ee, prem. $10, two entries, H. W. Nutter, Gay Bros. Gelding threo and under four, prem. $25, throe entries, N. H. Rowland, J. B. Chenault. Gelding four years old and over, prem. SiO, five entries, Gay Bros., John T. Hughes. old, prem. $10. Stallion under three entries. Jay McCord, Harry Francif. Stallion 1 and under 2, prom. $10, ar Mare or gelding any age, premium tended our F.tf r and is now rusticat- last week was the popular Mi-- BesGrowing Worse sie Spears, of Jessamine, who is a $100. five outrles, Rales & McEling at Estill Springs. wUbjaUvJio'have tho pleaswaine, N. H. Rowland, Stewart & Miss Dovio Feland, of Stanford, favorite Harris. is the guest of her cousins, Misses ure of her acquaintance. Shu was Liver and Stomach Troubles Too visiting horiators, Mrs.Jl. Mare cr gelding, walk, trot or can- Leta and Janlo Feland. - Woak to Work r'ow Ablo to D-ter, prem. 0, five entries, Bales & Mr. S. L. Tudor, proprietor Shep- andMrs. T.jT. Coyingtotj, of tliis city, ' All Hor Housowork. Ben. Hoggs, of iRed House. McElwaiue, Carpenter & Hunter. office a and'Mrs. herd Rouse, Irvine, paid this 'II wm nndcr tho caro of a physician Stallion any age, prem. S25, three pleasant call Monday. Mr. and "Mrs. CrET'Wob'tlS enterfor two years and ho waa treating me fcr entries, Carpenter & Hunter, John' Miss stomach and liver troubles and lemalo Messrs. J. M. Alverson and Jos. S. tained at tea last Thursday S. Buster. Nettie B. Chenault and brother, dilliculties, but I only grow worse under Rice, of Stanford, took in our fair and 2:27 class, trotting; purse $400: Walter, of liouisville. and Masters his treatment. I was eo weak I could do met their old friends. , Robert J., b g by Chlchtster Nicholas and Wm. Overton Harbor, hardly any work- - I was at last Induced Lexing- of Red IIousQ., AVllliain O, r.nd Prea.-to- n to. try Hood's. Sirscpnrilla and Hood's (Johnson) 12411 Miss Elizabeth Luxon, ofMrs. ton, is tho guest of Mr. and Wm. Ethio Allen, g uijjy Allogro Exlidition" Smith,, of this place. Pills and thcs8 medicines have done me pood that I now weigh 112 Luxon, Jr., this week. (Evans) 54145 The little party also totdc in the Fair an Tntich am able to do all my housepounds and Mrs. J. Howard Boggs and son, Otis, and had a genuine good time. b g by Jay Bird John J., beca I firmly believe (McKee) 31552 of Jessamine, were tho guests of Mr. "Uncle" Matt Samuols, of Plne-vlll- work. grave today if It Ishould have for had not been in ray Valpa, b in by Darklight E. C. l'oggs last week. formerly of Mndi?on, came tip Hood's Sarsaprjrilla. My little girl wa (Freemau) 45224 Supt. W. II. Adams, of tho R. N I. last week and vis'trtl his sons, afflicted with pitirloic. I cave her Hood s Rustle, b m by Lebanon Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her." & Ij., returned on Wednesday from a Messrs. Cliff and George W. Samuels. University (Grundy) trip through the North. vears have MR3. K. S. IlAETEn, 701 Although over four-sco- e Guy Raron, bis (Price) . . ds weighed Avenuej Knorville, Tennessee. Mr. Harrison Thompson, of Mt. whitened his locks aiid S3 Time 2:55, 2:25j, 2:27?, 2:24f, Sterling, was tho guest of Miss Ka down his forni, he i yet full of anec- n cs Cq'kco. 9 r: f rk 2:6. dotes and stories and i? thoroughiy tie Smith last Thursday. 2:35 class pacing; pnfse $300: Mrs. Eliza and Carrie Irvine, of interesting- to his manj friends in Is the best-- In tact the One Truo Blood Purine r. May Christine,b m byJemidar Madison. wore visiting ju.iss Yincnesior, 1 1 1 t all druggists. ISe furo to get Hood's. (GaiUkill) Mrs. D. B. Shackelford's guest, Mattie Jones, last week. Miss Bell, b m by Dingus cure liver IH. easy to talo, Mr. and Mis. Robert Biggerstaff Miss McRoberts, of Danville, was tlOOd S FlllS easy to operate. SSceati. (Long) 4 2 3 entertained Mr. Rudolph Bnum, of complimented on Monday by an imBourbon Glide, b s by Bourbon promptu musical a all dauce. Mrs. . 2 4 5 Mt. Sterling, during the Fair. Wilkes (Casey) Mrs. Walker, Mises Tattie handsome gold watch and chain, with Dictator Wiikes b 8 by Royal Messrs. Jonah Wagers and Wm. Bennett, and Bennett saug, and Mr. Bright per- his initials engraved thereon, as a tes5 o Dictitor (Graves) Rice, prosperous merchants of .Rico formed on the violin. Dancing fol- timonial of their high regard for him Nancy Chaney, bl m ( Wllson)3 3 Station, were hero court day. lowed. Frappe, abundant and de- both as a gentleman and official Mr. Cigarette, ch g (Traynor) . . 7 G Rev. D. Clay Lilly and wife, of licious, was dispensed. About forty Itodes. friends will see him depart 6 7 Joe B, blk g (McGarvey) Tuscaloosa, Ala., were guests of Mr. guests attended. from Richmond with many regrets. May V., b ui (Fox) 8 ds and Mrs. U. E. Lilly, Wednesday. County Roads Purchased. Among the prominent visitors to Time 2:29. 2:25, 2:24. Miss F2arl Chenault loft this morn- our Fair we noticed our good friend, beFiscal Court met yesterday and The The bicycle races, sandwitcbed ing for the Nashville Centennial and tween the 2:27 trot and the 2:35 pase, to visit her brother, W. T. Chenault. Col. Morris l.ong, of the D. and D. after some deliberation approved the Institute, Danville. He shockingly purchase of the following pikes by afforded a pleasant diversion and Mrs. T. J. Huls and daughter, Miss resemblos- Henry Watterson, aud the committee heretofore appointed were a decided feature of the day's e program". The handicap Anne, of Sherman, Texas, are visit- wondrous to relate passed another to contract for same: Speedwell and Estill Station pike, was won by Sam Bales; Wm Park, ing relatives and friends in tho city. gentleman who bears a iitrong resemMr. Will Neff , formerly tho popular blance to him. "Is this me or am u'J miles, SI2J0. second; Neville Moberley. third. Lost Fork and Boonesboro,2?, miles, The first prize in the half-mil- e dash, clerk at the Hotel Glyndon, came that you," said Col. Long. "Scratch 10 and under, was carried off by over on Wednesday to visit relatives yourself and see," replied tho gentlewithout cost. man and passed on. Whereupon the Kingston and Boone's Gap, G miles, Gordon Perkins; Elliott Smith sec- here. Mr. Allan Zaring and sister, Miss two went off and took one on each championship medal was ond. The Richmond and Boonesboro, about 5 the incentive in the mile race, won Birdio, returned yesterday, after at- other. Misses Madge Hart and Estelle miles, SiKX). by Sam Bales; Wm Park, second; tending a swell hop at Harrods-burg- . Poyntz, of Richmond, are visiting tho Neville Moberley third. Paint Lick and High Point, 2i milts family of Mrs. Anna Bean, in the StoO. Netilina Congressman D. G. Colson, of tho Mr. C. K. Oldham, Sr., 1 7 2 2 2 Eleventh District, was hero this county Annie .Lawson Silver Creek and Walnut Meadow, 4 1 4 4 3 3 week and paid tho Lena S a pleas- who has been visiting his sons, has 5 mile, S2S8 G) Climax returned to his home in Madi.-o-n Time 2:21.2:25, 2:21 Richmond and Lexington, 11 milest 2:25. 2:24 ant call. county, u hue hero ho was quite S12.000. 2:30. Prof. C. G. Crooks returned home sick for a week or two, but he was 2:35 trot, purse $100: Richmond and Irvine, II milts, Saturday night from a pleasant stay well when ho left 1 Mrs. D. M. SSioO. Miss Fitch i with relatives at McAfee, Mercer Chenault, neo Miss Elizabeth Reid, of 2 3 Fulton Richmond and Big Hill, 13 miles, county. Richmond, is visiting Her parents, U,2.-4 4 Princess Bonnie Mrs. L. II. Blantou, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis Reid, in tho 3 Nailer Richmond and Barnes Mill, olz and Jliss Mary Irvine, of Jackson, county. Timothy Wilkes 5 miles, $r,(XX). are guests of Mrs. E. M. Dickson. - Time 2:27l4. 2:32). 2:31, 2:30. Tho gates on all above pikes order' d Miss Pattie Cornelison and Miss Following aro tho premiums and Pam Citizen. Mason, two handsome young ladies thrown open a.s soon as the orders Mrs. J. M. McClure, of Danville, certificates awarded in the saddle from Richmond, aro visiting Mrs. can be entered and approved tomorand Mrs. A. P. Mitchell, of Nicholas-vill- W. F. i ugs Friday morning. W. P. Crooke, of row. Court adjourneil until to-Garrett visited Dr. and Mrs. 11. C. Jas- Altamont, went through to RichMare 3 years old and under four, prem. S20, three entries, Gay Bros.,C. per last week. mond yesterday morning. Mr. of Ointments for Catarrh, that T. Sandige. Mr. Thomas Lackey, of Paint Lick, Crooko is much improved in health Beware Contain Heronry, 4 years old and over, prem. formerly a popular salesman with Mare R. and is looking himself again at niercurj will surely destroy the seitie S20, five eutries, John T. Hughes, J. Covington & Mitchell, was hero durA. Sparks was in R clunond last of smell and compiHely tlVr.me the B. Stewart. ing the Fair. week visiting home folks and taking whole s stem when entering it thron.h Gliding 2 and under 3, prem. $15, Such articles Mr. V. K. Tudor, of East Hickman, in the Fair Willis B. Adams went the mucous surfaces two entries. H. W. Nuteer, Gay formerly of Madison county, has return- to Richmond Wednesday to attend should neerbe Used on prescirp-tiou- s from reputable physicians, as the Bro. ed from an extended visit to his son aud the Fair and to meet old friends and elaiu.ige they will do is ten fold to the Gelding three aud under four, daughter at Pecos, Texts. stock traders generally. Livingston jiood ou can possibly elenve from Ihei j. prem. $20 four eutries, N. II. Row-lanHall's Catarrh Cure, manufacture! by Mr. Thomas McRoberts, son Mr. Colonel C. F. Neaglc. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken mti Matched mares or geldings, prem. John II., and daughter,. Miss Mamie, actiug dircctlv ujion the blcxxl S20, two entries. Carpenter & Hunter, were tha guests last week of Mr. and and mucous surfaces of the system. In Mrs. D. Bates Shackelford. John T. Hughes. At the res- buyim: Hall's Catarrh Cure besjire leai Mrs. David Chenault, neo Miss Net-ti- o Walking stallion, maro or gelding, get the genuine. Itis taken iutcrualiv, Bronston, with her children, idence of tho bride's father, Mr. Amos and made Toledo, Ohio, by F. .1. prem. $15, fifteen entries, Bud Dunn, Nettie B. and Walter, were tho guests Richardson, on Wednesday, July 28, Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. J. B. Parkes. ESrtauld by Drusiits, prn.o75c. por Mr. W. F. Brewer ar.tl Miss Eliza Double tesm, regardless of sex, last week of Mrs G. G. Prowitt. bottle. color or ownership, prem. . two Misses Lena and Gay Whaley, Richardson were united in the holy entries, Carpenter & Hunter, Robert Katie Stewart and Elizabeth Hall, of bonds of matnmony by Rev. A. J. CORRESPONDENCE. Walker. Paris, were the attractive guests of Tribldo. Hujikakd-Bakxes- . At the bride's Colt, get of Cero Gordo, prem. S10 Miss Nancy Hall during tho Fair. VALLEY YTEW. homo on the Irvine pike, last Wedto 1st, $5 to 2nd, six entr'es, A. W. Dr. Stewart came up Saturday l'LHSOXAL. nesday morning, Mr. James B. HubParrih. Harris White. night from Frankfort to visit his bard and Miss Tonnnie Barnes were 15 years and under, Best boy rider, I. M. Asher is in West Virginia on wife, who is ill at tho home of her prem $7 60 to 1st, $2 50 to 2nd, twen- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hargis. united in marriage by Rev. Win. business. Neale, of Winchester. The atteiul-ant- s ty eutries, Cecil Beatty, Chas Dunn. Mrs. A. B. Newby is visiting her sister, Dr. Louis Pinkerton Crutcher, of were Misses Tate anel Neale. Combined stallion, mare or geldVersailles was over to attend the After tho ceremony an elegant elin-n- Mrs II. B. Land. ing any age, prem. 25, Bales & Mc. El by Hill, accompanied by his son. J. Fair aud visit his uncle, W. L. was served, after wiich Mr. and Elwaine, C. F. Neagle. M. Hill and wile, visited John Hill at Ho is a son of Sam W. Mrs. Hubbarel took the L. & N. train Roadster stallion, mare or gelding Crutcher for a week's sojourn at the Nashville Campbellsburg Saturday. any uge, prem. 24 to 1st, 10 to sec- Crutcher. Dr. Elmer Northcutt, who is spendirg Mrs. Henry L. Perry and children Exposition. ond. Bales & McEiwaine, Carpenter a few days with his father, iu Menifee spent three delightful weeks at the & Hunter. countj, is expected home this week. BIRTI-L- S, Best Hooker colt under one year home of her husband's parents in returning homo on SaturA SEASONED IIIXTI'KE. old, prem. 25,'five entries, Dr. G. G. Jessamine, day night. Perry. W. J. Hunter, of Whites Station, To Mr. and Mis. Deatiiekaok. Messrs. J. C. Florence, Thos. H. W. T. Deathorago, Friday night, a came down Saturday to till his appointShanks, R. L. Hubble. J. C. F.ubanks, ment Saturelay night and Sunday, and girl. and J. F. Cummins took in the last while engaged in a game of ball here in Mr. Dick Colyer came home to the day of the Richmond Fair. Stanford the afternoon was overcome by heat and Fair. Journal. was carried to the home of Mr. II. II. Miss Edna Schlccel visited in Peyton, where he rallied in time for Misses Annette Riddell, Ida PiGe:. After a long battle with ill Friday. preaching next day. Friend and Judith Tudor, of Irvine, County Judge W. H. Lilly, of Ir- Mrs. Wm. and Tovis Wilkersou, of health, alternately winning and losTho Democrats of this place will ing, Joseph Pigg. only son of Wm. vine, was here Monday. Lexington, attended tho funeral of meet at Miller's school house next SatW. Pigg, passed peacefully from life Mrs. Kuper Hood, sister and mother Joe Pigg yesterday. on Monday night, aged 85 years. urday night. Republicans, Prediibiton-ist- s spent Saturday in Versailles. and Mrs. Matthew Allen Kenney, none 3 months. Deceased was a are invited to attend. tiuiet, un A progressive euchre party at the home Mr. Louis Walker, of Lancaster, other than popular Miss- - Delia Ramsey, obtrusive gentleman," an obedient came over on Wednesday from Danville, son, anel kind friend, whose illness of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chase last Thur-dawas here Monday on business. nubt, in honor of Miss Mabel SuCol O. II. Chenault, of Lexington, to visit relatives and take in the Fair. arouseel much sympathy and whose She was cordially welcomed by her large death will cause sorrow not alone in pine, was.an enjoyable affair to the parwas a visitor during tho Fair. circle of friends. ticipants. Refreshments were served the stricken household"which is Miss Nellie Peyton, of Lexington, Our people will pleasantly rememIn their bereavement the par- at S o'clock. visited Mrs. B. C. Potts last Reek. Harvey Herd, who read law ents have tho heart-fe- lt sympathy of Mr. Will Hall, of Paris, attended ber CALEA ST. under Col. Hill. Ho bought tho Lee all. They have burieel seven chiltho Fair last Thursday and Friday. place in Boyle the other day .and the dren anel aro now alone in. their deMrs. S. F. McGuire and baby are very Mr. Talton Embry, of Louisville, Advocate- says that he will remove clining years. Burial yesterday at 5 sick at their home. visited Mrs. M. C. Heath last week. from Fort Worth, Texas, to it Stan- p. in., services by Rev. Dr. Young. Mrs. Bettie Parish has been quite sick Miss Susan McRoberts was Miss ford Journal. but is slow ly improving. Julia Higgins guest during tho Fair. Mr. Will Watts, one of tho most Major John lh Harris sold this week Mr. Wm. Dowell Oldham, of tho prominent farmers in Payette, w as Lexington Herald, attended the Fair. hero on Monday. His wife was for- Collector Yerkes Slops In .nd Mr. Rodes 150 fat cattle to J. W. Bales, at 41 cents. Preaching first and third Sunelay's in Mr. W. M. Witt, of Irvine, visited merly MibS Ella Chenault, and their Retires. each month at the brick school house1. his son, Mr. Everett Witt, last week. two oldest daughters, Lillian and The office of Hon. Charles H. Services conducted by Rev. Foley. Messrs. Denny, who attended C. U. Ethel, have been Rodes, Collector of the Internal RevvX J. C. Adams has last year, eamo up ftom Garrd to the heie for a weok. enue for this district, was turned over his store near Harris'a picture gallery , Flat. Among the visitors from Irvine to his successor, Hon. John W. Yerkes. fair. 11. C. Jones has on Major John D. Mr. Cale Shearer, handsomer than during tho Fair last week were: on tho 31st ultimo, under the superMisses Ida and Katherino Park, Ka- vision of U. S. Revonue Agent, Wall-co- t Harri's farm 15 acres of the finest white ever, came up from Somerset to the burley tobacco everjgrown in the county, tie McAfee, Ida and Bottio AVhite, Lay. Fair. Messr. M. M. Miller, Wm. Snowden, Mr. Rodes has adminiistered'the af- all toppeil. Miss Annie Wagers, of Irvine, was Jas. A. Wallace, V. L. Vaughn, C. D. fairs of tho office to the entire satisThe colored people at Peytontown had tire guest of Mrs. Claudo Smith SatMiller, and Dr. T. P. Gardner. faction of the noverninent anel those a big rally Sunday to got money to pay urday. for their new church. Sixtv-fiv- e "Mr. C. II. having official dollars Jtiss Dove j Burton, of Lawrence-bur- old FarmersVreeland.of tho reliable has at all times business with him. He was the collection taken up that day and Homo Journal, Louisbeen just and fair in is the guest of Mhs Nancy ville, took in tho Fair. The Journal's au ins ruungs ami nas uniiormjy as night. Willis. editor. Col. Neal, is a polished and an official treated pvcry emo with ci- S. F. MtQuire, section foreman, found Miss Sallio Shackelford, of Mr. nblo writer, and a great advocato of ility and kindness and has always one tlay last week, engineer Clark's fifce Sterling, u tho guest of Mrs. John F. the restoration of silver to its proper exhibited a proper degree of firmness which was lost in the wreck cold wate-hWhite. and decision whon it was necessary to near Harris' Flat; it was reported Dae place in our currency. Friends of Mr. Will Vories, of Owen Mrs. B F. Phillips and children, of uo so. no turueet tho office and its Collier had found it. county, welcomed him hero Danville, returned home with Miss records over to his Republican suc Jiraraie IIockaeI.iv, Leslie Adams and Mary Pattie last weok. Tho lattter cessor without a blot on them, and Squire Jones tiaited to the Elliott InMiss Edna Rico, uearTorrill, is en- had a long, delightful vacation at tho trust which was committeel to stitute the first Monelay in August. his hands four years ago has been exe tertaining Miss Ida Sargent, of Somqrsot, Danville, and Lebanon, A lot of young men and boys collected Atlanta. winning new friends and cuted with fidelity and absolute in together one day last week and indulged tegnty. The gentlemen who have too freely in bug juice and Editor James Marot, of the Mr. admirers of hor musical ability. became very Vernon Signal, was at the Fair Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wright lert Sun- been employed under Mr. Rodes anel loud and boi&terous;'thcy.shot anel fought Thursday. day for Madison county where tlusy asoociateu witn. mm m tho revenue for a w bile, out no one was seriously service, have prcsontcel him with a hurt, only tew a Miss Amsdon, of Versailles, was will visit relatives and witness tho black eyes and a dozen fluttentul noses. tho guest of Miss Florrie Chenault marriage of Miss Tommy Barnes p Er. J. P. Hubbard which took placof last week. Awarded Mr. and Mtt. Abuer Oldham, ot Mt. Wednesday. Miss Barnes was a Highest Honors Wcrld's Fair, Sterling, visited Mr. W.D. Oldham niocoof Mrs. Wright. SpoutSprings s Was PawawawaawJ m&x S"-- Woman: Greatest Dislik r&tt o, -- ...23334 irflut & pariiia Is Spring Cleaning and why not make it a r lie more pleasant her. lit-fu- ... ... SnE NEEDS A GKEAT MANY feS S3 thenij she neeels them New 1 To take the place of those worn out .!:! 1 'tin 38 . - entirely eut of r. stU-t tie. V.'tn-- iii n tu..-passe- mi half-mil- iff 11 And auirht te hae thm ati'w.iv, .tnd since she been se very econonjuul you during- the recent csini-i.- i ... 2,41211 ........ 1 ' a"l .. 0. Sentinel-Democra- t. L W And now you can ret them at sm-providing you come to us fnm ths-mth: no excuse for you not making' her liap means home more pleasant for yourself. h v-ry Hard Time , Xff JM e, Our Stock is Complete ln-" yJ -- Inmirlit And not an article but what ha lirst of the year anel entirely t.o ui.;ti' m mentiem each one, so just lenit-mlwe have anything' you may want v t:line anel if you do not behevo .t. cm,' :.: yourself. : - exi-ep- t p, t Forget lifeOtFiiirilfe ii Is 1 BiyLSSSS! IP V Pfl M a 1 MARRIED. :r. -- P I BKEwER-RicirAiii)So- 111 H aug-W- $2-5- Furniture and Undertakers. TEACi Over 100,000 vacancies several times nianv 1 inc s 11 trn nr pUn .t members Several plans, two plans Rive free r cute o- v i! i 10 cents pars tor book, containing plans anj a $oU Ot n c n employers lor recomniendin-- teachers. . I H."V Dl O M Sutt-itv SrTTN TKAI HF SOinHKR.I TEACHERS BUHEAl'. S W Cnr Main & Sts .Loaisville.Ky tkrborn pocsicint ako nviwia -r 6B-- I n tiauwt jly21-2- er Jrtkn fiaiici Cbicaz oGct, Slathers Uaunfe m &u r PERSONAL. nd DEATHS. PAIRS O MEN'S yj ' " .." 'cjj.s. u I II U "; 0 i t '1l. II Nich-clasvil- lo nllhS M o 83.00 3.50 4.00 li I J M y Tan and Oxblood, Coin Hazor i and Bulldog Toes, I Lace and Congress, : M II I I ( M i V now-beref- t. Former Prices Now Go At $2.09 A Pair At V. v i H I V 61 - ft i UOCAL, fidi tff si pa i-- v bJ II Oa J' a eki '? I M J visiting-'rolntive- s r Phone, No. 21. FilJST S" 9 . i ?liii",i g, New Partnershipo 0' . ",. o "a O ea,;;.- o :.- -O" i ... 6e r onWo-l-nesday- . The firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dissolved, and Mr. D. B. Shackelford will take his customers into partnership with him dividing the profits with them by selling goods cheaper than ever befoiv. They will do business under the firm name of hackelford & Co., And will be glad to have their friends call and see the best line of Cultivators, Double Shovels and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, Water Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Binders, Mowors and Harvester Twine, Fly Traps, Fly Fans and Screen Doors and Windows, Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and largest assorted line of Builders Hardware, Agricultural Implements and Stoves in the City. Call and see for yourselves. m&iyz Successor to S. & last-wofi- k, Times. Mr. DSt' rSADDL.ERY, : E Mr. Harry B. Hanger, returned on Saturday night from a business trip tinguished Edward Marshall, deof Toni ' ceased, aTirotbor onr the noted owns to Louisville. Marshall, "was at fair. He Miss Dena McGraw, of Junction tho splendid Buck Tond farm in City, is tho gjiest., of Mrs. Dr. Jasper, Woodford, with tho Marshall library on Rroadwajv and relics. Ho is a cousin of Mrs. C Ed. Mai shall, son of tho dis- VHP BAKING S-- SJ5 J.Garrett. -- P0MM9 A i soul-stirrin- gs foot-bioyin- -- .!.. iF. .! ! .i J W Ammonia, Alum or any MOST PERFECT MADE- pure Crape Cream of TartafPowekr.-.- AH kinds of F At WAtTEa ASBBJA'S ilVE3V feasd-raad- e aay.Tfce-iiuakilcaeW-feoaikt ft Geo. White. $&&. L& STASIJt- -- her aduMton than GiTe baraess, cheap 40 YEARS THE STAJ gasiaaa. j iaMtsm&i ford. ,'-- L - :?", srfisJftiji JtiS m i Sheriff Simmons was notified "yesterday that tho burglars who robbed Gentl. Black's hmiscnear Rd House WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1S97. last Friday had been located. Tho stolen property has been recovered. Miss May Taylor opened lior school Deplity Dudley went down to arrest at Silver Crook Monday. the parties. Orders are coming in from far and Killed By Lightning. near for Douelson's buggies. During a thunder-storSunday Mr. W. J. Bisk lias leen afternoon Win. Saddler, of Buckeye, postmaster at Union City, Garrard county, was strjuck by lighttiiis county. ning and instantly killed. He was at Mr. Will Farris'has accepted tho home with his family and several visposition of agent at Paint Lick on the itors, and arose from his chair to close a door when a flash of lightning came, K. C. It. It. killing him and severely shocking Mr Dudley Tribble bold 121 ex- Miss Edna Scott, a school teacher. port cattle at 4J cents to Wiel for To the People. Nelson Morris. I am a candidate for the oflice of Clabo Tharp,. of Winston, was County Attorney of Madison. If electsworn in as deputy marshal at tho ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall fair ground Friday. be, "equal and exact justice to all peoMis Jeannetto Frost began ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall her school Monday at the Whites be my coubtant endeavor to becure a pru dent and economical administration of Station school house. the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus $1.50 to Cincinnati and return SunAugust Stli, via L. &.N., leaving reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I day, bolicit your aid. uKAXT E. Liily. at 3:19 a. m., fast line. If you want the best vehicle let Richmond will beat Silver Creek at Donelbon build it for von. Imms ball on Saturday at the latter place. Talntdgi at High Bridge. Mike Euriglit will guarantee this. ge Nine thousand heard the great One fare for round trip to Park's at High Briilge last Sunday. Rev. camp meeting with special trains Hill C. Fay Mills was no less captivating to Augut Sth and 15th on L. & N. his immense audiences. Mr. A. D. Court day was a hummer at John Flora, ol this place, assisted in singing. DollcleOIl'b. The gifted Miss Fannie L. Wallace, of Mrs. G. W. Piokels will resume Garrard, added to the pleasure of Madiher music class at her home on Third son and Garrard attendants, and made many new friends. The meeting was a aug birwt, Monday, Sept. (. fraud success. Tiie new Christian church at Gold and Silver in Estill. Woodview, Garrard county, will be dedicated Sunday, August Sth. There J. King, of this city, returned Monday will be dinuer on the grounds. night from Estill county, with twd nuggets of gold and stiver which he says he Haiders burned three bridges on found on Cow ltichtnond and Big Hill turnpike last Irvine. Mr. creek three miles above J. Robert Riggs will make night. Wednesday Repairs were a chemical analysis and if they are the made and the wav is now clear. '"stuff" we will close up shop and start Mr. It. D. Campbell, of Whites a Klondyke of our own. King declares Station, had ono of the legs of his he is going to make a find, and here's fine bird dog cut nearly ott last week hoping he will. by running into a mowing machine. (or Cspt. m Tal-mam The Richmond Climax. Gcn'l. Black Robbed. A Sad Accident. Daring the races Thursday Capt Tbos. Prince, of Wheeling W. Va., met with a sad accident resulting from the breaking of n seat on the music standi opposite the grand stand. He and live others wero leaning against the rail which gave way and precipitated Capt. Priuce eight feet te the ground, alighting on his head and back. When picked up he said lie was dying and called for a lawyer to write his will. Physicians were in attendance, while Mr. Price and wife, friends of Capt. Prince, administered tenderly to him. The will made, Capt Prince was con-v- e ed to the Henderson House where every attention was bestowed upon him. Mr. and Mrs. Price were ceaseless in their attentions, while the boarders and many citizens volunteered their services. The extent of his injuries were at first serious, as he was paralyzed below the waist, and possibly internally injured. His wife and daughters came at once to his bedside, and at this-- writing the Captain is considered out of danger. He is an now a prominent horseman, and is worth a quarter of a million. In all respects he is an excellent gentleman, and his sad misfortune aroused the sympathy of the community. An Aden Gant was perhaps fatally injured Several explorers, just returned from by a gunpowder explosion in Todd the summit of Mount Tacorna, had nar- county. row escapes from death. What causes bad dreams is a question The best way to avoid scalp diseases, 'that has never been satisfactorily answerhair falling out, and premature baldness, ed; but, in nine cases out of ten, frightis to uge the best preventive known for ful dreams arc the result of imperfect digestion, which a few doses of Ayer's Sarthat purpose Hall's Hair Renewer. saparilla will effectually remedy. Don't It delay try it It A railroad bridge in 'West Virginia Natives are trying to cut oir reinforcewas set on fire presumably by strikers. ments en route to Camp Maka land, in Incipient consumption is cured with India. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hone-- . Inflammayou "Mamma, was that a sugar-plntion is allayed and the clogging of the just gave me ?" asked little Malwl "No, lungs is stopped. When this is accsmp-hslie- d the road to health is a straight one. dear, it was one of Dr Ayer's Pills." "Please, may 1 have another?" "Not Get a- bottle It now, dear; ne of those nice pilla'is all Floods in Silesia have causec the loss you nped at present, because every dose of at least one hundred lives. is n"ective." It Stimulate the atomacji, rouse the livfr. cure bilious- - W ness, headache, dizziness, W oar jtomich, constipation, 4v te. Price rroti. Sold bj all druerftt. Tho only Mill to uke with UowT SaruparUU. Hood's ,M a TouCanDepouaOn It that Foley's Colic Cure is an instant relief for colic, summer complaint, cholera morbus, diarrhoa, bloody flux, chronic diarhoia, cholera infantum, bilious colic, painters' colic, and all bowel complaints. 25c. and 50c. aug w -4 I I IK 1J THE GREAT MMMMEB AT THE - CLEARANCE SALE - y. Busy Bee Cash Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. Stores s to-da- y. Original Snake Story. "While over in Fayette county visiting several days ago, a big "cock and bull story" was told to Mr. R. D. Campbell, of White's Station, by several citizens of the Pine Grove neighborhood concerning a huge snake that has been seen frequently this summer in that section, which has created much excitement and uneasiness among people in general. He gave little credence to the story at first, owing to the fact that it sounded rather unreasonable, but after being told about this monstrous reptile by thebest citizens of the Pine Grove neighborhood, and learning of the excitement it had created, Mr. Campbell caino to the conclusion that the story was actually based on The crew of a ship deserted in Alaska bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. ... go to the gold fields. 10c. mavl-lTired., ITcrvous, Slcoplcss Liberal leader are to formulate another Men and women how grateful they plan for home rule inlreland. write about Hood's" Sarsaparilla. Once helpless and discouraged, having lost all Wh.es. You Talcs Tour Vacation the most necessary article to have with faith in medicines, now in good health you (after your pocket book) is a bottle and t;able.to do my own work," because of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute Hood's Sarsaparilla has power to en rich prevention or cure of all derangements and purify the blood and make the weak of the bowels caused by a change of strong this is experience of a host of Cascabets stimulate liver, kidneys and y 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 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 beyond recognition. STevor in the history of this grand old city has her sons and daughtei-- had the opporstj'iibh, seasonable goods at prices that are being tunity offered them to buy real first-clas- s named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful "Wash Goods "Guiinpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at former price 10c per yd., about 500 yds. 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 jd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods former price 15c per yd. will be closed at 7c, about 600 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir "Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth 18c. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12c a yd., these goods were sold at 19c a yd. All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Cheek Cottons, Shirting Chenots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings and everything in the domestic department at very Low Cut Prices. Buy what you need of these while they are cheap, they will soon be wOrth more money." "We have quite a lot of remenants of Brussels and All-woIngrain Carpets that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. They run from two to nineteen ards 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 dose out, clean up regardless of price. Now is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty stles left to close. Everything 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 yourselves. Bab- - Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.95, worth SG.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, SI. 15, former price $1.98. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given awa-- , prices so cheap. goods in every department and you You all know that we carry nothing but first-clas- s also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. "WIkmi we tell vou 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 lnr sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will save you sonic nionej- - and at the same time you will buy a gieat many useful things at unheard of L iV ol m m ?i f i facts. Mr. Dan Scott, a well known farm- Smiih the Legislature. - The streets should have been sprinkled during our Fair as an ad. for our water works, not to mention tin- comfort of the guests within our gates. - On last Monday the Republican committee met and filled their ticket by nominating Capt. J. Speed Smith for representative from this county to the next General Assembly. W. W. Combs will make matters The Menelaus and Moran's Summit turnpike, of which Dr. J. W lively for Mr. Smith, and the people of M.nii'in is president, has earned 4'.)1 Madison will say to him in November sine- - it was built in 1890, as shown by that he had better have leoked after his poit office fences instead of allowing a late settlement. Combs and Powell both to get away Thieves entered the post oflice and with him. g merchandise store kept by Row At A Charclj. A Pay, at Cottonburg, this county, night and stole a considerWrits have been sworn out for the able quality of merchandise. arrest of Wm. .Montgomery. Alex. and Fortune, If you want to be astonished call as Richardson, we dil on .. L. MiJkiiTaud examine his young white men. for disturbing reInn- of barouches, phaetons, buggies and ligious services at a colored Methruail wagois ami get his prices for same. odist church, located near Harris The ioorest can afford to ride in a vehicle flat, seven miles below Richmond, on the K. C. R. It. The negroes were at Ins- prices. If holding a religious revival when it is A business wagon for farmers cheap alleged the three above named men, at Donelson'b. all drunk, brandished weapons and We want your trade this fall. You created a disturbance. "1 !. - iK-r- ur.-d-ay - Johnson, at Thomas Doylesville, Madi&ou county, last week, Mitchell". .V saj the Winchester Sun: Mr. Johnson I'epublieanamet here Monday has lived to the good old age of 101 and selected delegates to attend tho years, and is btill hale and hearty, 'invention at Louisville on the 10th though he has been blind for ten yeat. t nominate a candidate for Clerk of His appetite in good, his mind is clear, tli- - Court of Appeals, and named our and he walks about the premises with a firm and steady tread. While there Mr. friend, Claude Smith, for Mayor. Eubank attended the furneral of Heze-kia- h The best way in the world for a Row man, who died at his home man to keep cool is to not get excited, near Doylesville a few days aj,o, aged SI and that his subscription li.st is vears. p. ml in advance. A man who is in Have you seen the surries that arrears s count- - paper laws burden, to bear that comes through an Donelson is building and selling to the uiiM-ei- i people who want the best? agency. father in-lam-- c to-hi.- want to see what we will show you. We will save you money on anything in the way of clothing, bear this in mind and you will be glad. Covington Over a Hundred Years Old. T. J. Eubank, of Elkin, visited his The Mlnr eclipse scheduled for Thursday was visible jn Richmond at the time advertised beginning at 7:'5i and ending at 10:55 and smoked ghi.M'.s were in demand. It was the iirt time in four years that a good iew of a solar eclipse could be had, conditions being favorable, and air of . normal den.sitv. Berea, who was Curtis Coyle, of arrested in Winchester last week, charged with being accessory to J:ts. and John Ely for stealing cattle from Madison parties, has been relen-e- d on bail, his father, T. J. Coyle, his bondsman. Selkirk and Ely are still in Castle Wagers awaiting examining trial. This hot weather it is tho desire of every one to wear as few clothes as possible, almost an thing to keep cool. This hot weather cannot last always, and in a short while you will be thinking about what to wear to keep warm. While you have been thinking how to keep cool, we have besn thinking of what you will need to keep warm. We will show you this fall the greatest values in clothing for mens and boys tlmt ever shown in this town and at prices no one else will compare. All we ask is for you to see what we have that will convince you that we are not egntiblical in our claim. Covington &, Mitchell. irk Fcund Deed in B:d.' Court.Day. Dull court, about 200 cattle on the market, prices ringing from ?2 to S3.G0. Mules scarce and prices low, best sold at SS5.00. Excursion Irom Hicholasvillc to High Bridge. hi Sunday, August 8. Now is the time to make the trip. Ask agents fur rates and other particulars. High Bridge is a delightful place lor boating, bathing and fiahing. Deputy lector-Yerkc- Sublet! Resigns. Sub-let- s Col in receipt of the t. resignation of Division Deputy of Salyersville, and has accepted it. Harry E. Atkinson, of SalyersA Remarkable. ville. has been recommended to fill Thomas Park, an old colored citithe vacancy. zen of this county, died in this city hist Tuesday, aged 84 years. Before Thunder-storat Kirksville. ho .requested that his body Kirksville witnessed a terrible his deathuntil an old romra'de, he g be kept thunder-storSunday afternoon, a Grand Army man, residing at a during which S. W. FinnolPs barn could comend preach his was struck by lightning and burned, distance His request was granted together with about alout 1,000 buntho old man's body has dles of oats George T'eter's house at and since, been in charge of Buchanan & Pooseywas also btruck and considand is in a perfect state of erably damaged. preservation. This is the first case in Madidon county that a corpse has Berca's Candidate Won. ground so long Mr. John Gny von the Republican been kept out of the such circumstances. During nomination for Magistrate in tho under tho death of Glade District at tho Saturday's the eight days since iiavo been three thunder primary. It was a red hot contest, Parks, there will cause decompoexciting as much interest as any race Storms, which Mr. Duster sition soonor than if the body had in that section in years. room with tho (Jallow-awas' aLso victorious for been deposited in a at 110. Over registering Constable in a closely contested raco thermometer Army men and friends with four or flvo opponents: Ho i a l 00 Grand visited Buchanan & fanner and a brother of J. G. Gal- of the deceased Uiggurstr.tr, Monriay, and viqwed tho loway, at Paint lick. The DemoThe funeral will bo crats have puttip Mr. W, E- - Harris, remains. atJJrasflold toiflsy preached of Whites Station for Maftrte. "If $ m David Jones, aged 42, and unmarried, formerly a clerk in Walker Bros', store, Kirksville, was found dead in bed last Saturday at the Amos homo of his brother-in-laHe attended the Fair Richardson. here on Friday and wont home feelStrayed or Stolen , ing badly and asked his sister to administer some medicine to him, but From my premises on Tates Creek pike, later he took an overdose and never a small Alderney cow, about 2 years old. awoke. His death is a shock to the E. W. Powell. community, as he was a useful, good CITY TAX NOTICE. citizen, a true friend, and industrious Your city taxes for year 1897 have "employe. been duo since July 1. If not paid beReynard Rushed. fore November 1, a penalty of ten per Messrs. Ed, Arch and Woods cent, will be added. Please call and Walker spent last week with Messrs. settle. J. L. BAXTER, Joe and Sam Dcatherage, near Waco. City Collector. nug4-t- f Fox hunting was the past time inUpset Price Reduced. dulged in. Tho Messrs. Walker The upset price of tboIi.N. I.&li. brought with them fifteen of their railroad has been reduced from 0 best foxhounds and before they loft to $100,000. The sale will take for their homes the neighborhood place after September 1. was completely cleared of foxes. This act on the part of the court efThey report that when they left they fectually cuts out all claims of lien suppose three of their dogs, two black holdersrOther than those of the holdand one white, all females, were still ers of receiver's certificates, unless running, as they had not come in. competition at the sale should run up If they should fail to come in any in- tho price, which is, however, not formation in regard to them reported likely to occur. We have in mind toJoo Deatherftge will be apprecia- several lien holders who have already ted by the Messrs. Walker. paid attorney's fees in addition to a A Monster deposit required before tho suit The Climax's big rat story of last could bo entered. They will lose all spring, wherein it was related that a except perhaps the deposit. hundred rats had been caught by Excursion to Old Point Comfort. three fenets at John Powers' bam, On Wednesday, August 11th. the Chesnear Silver Creek, is surpassed by apeake and Ohio Railway will sell extho late achievement of Mr. Powers cursion tickets to Old Point Comfort, Va., at fTie same place. Last week a andietnm for $11, good returning until s crowd of men gathered at tho bam, August 20th. will bo allowed and with dogs and sticks they drove at any station, on return trip. rats into a large h'olo until thoy Sleeping car rates will be S3.50 per were able to pull 108 out with wire double berth, which may be occupied by hooks. Tljo barn is still infested Iwo persons. with the pesky rodonts and Mr. Pow Special rates of $2.50 per day at the ers is thinking of having a Chamberlain aud Hygeia hotels. tion some day when he will move For further information, or for sleeping tho barn and invito all his neighbors car reservation, call oc or write to George W. Babxev, to participate in the celebration. Div'n Passenger Agent Lexington, Ky. Stats ol Preservation. to-la- er, residing one mile from the little town of Pine Grove, says that he had lost several of his hogs and sheep this summer without forming any idea as to how thoy had made their disappearance, until just recently he went out to his hog pen early one morning and was greatly surprised to see a snake leaving which he says he will swear on onth that it Would measure twenty-fiv- e feet in length. Rather unreasonable, but wait until the story is finished. Mr. Scott says that two or three of his shoats were missing on the morning that this huge reptile paid his hog pen a visit and that he followed it some distance in the direction of a large cave, about ono mile olf located on the farm of Mrs: Jano Gay. Around this cave is a dense thicket of ash shrubbery, which it is almost impossible for a dog to pass through, and no one has ever had the courage to go near that cave or even in the thicket surrounding since the snake was first seen in that locality. Mr. Jake Gay, of Winchester, who is widely known as of Kentucky, the champion gun-shwas out one day hunting, not long ago, aud ran upon this snake crossing the road. He fired at it with his shot gun, but with no effect, and it kept moving in the direction of tho cave. If our leaders doubt the authen- ticitity of this story, we refer them to any of tho above mimed parties, or to any of the following who wilP substantiate our statements: Ben Gay, B. W. Couchman, Stanley Prewitt, of Pine Grove, Clark county. The only explanation of the presence of this monster serpent is that a circus train was wrecked in that neighborhood several years ago when many of the animals and reptiles escaped. This snake was never and has grown to its present size off the sheep and hogs of tho farmers of that locality. Economy and strength are combined in Hood's Sarsaparilla. Every bottle cona tains 100 doses and will average month. It ot Hood's Pills are the best family caTnree hundred natives were killed in thartic and liver medicine. Gentle, relia battle in Gxzaland. able, snre. It eighty-thre- e ns Seems as if consumption nlways picks Three hundred and out the brightest and best. Fully left on tho steamer Elder for the of afl the deaths that occur in the Klondike gold region. world are caused by consumption. Many It is a big thing to say but neverthethings were once considered impossible. less true, that a great multitude of .peoIt would be strange if medical science ple have crowned Simmons I.iver Regudid not make some progress. The lator, the ''King of Liver Medicines." and telephone, the phonograph, There is nothing like it for Malaria, the electric light all were once impossi- Rheumatism, Constipation, Biliousness, ble, aud once it was. impossible to cure Sick Headache, Indigestion and all troubconsumption. That was before the les arising from a sluggish or diseased liv time of Dr. Pierce's Golden, Medical er. Simmons Liver Regulator is the Discovery, Taken according to direc- prevention and cure for these ailments. tions, this standard remedy will cure 98 It per cent of all cases of consumption. The First National Bank, of Consumption is caused and fostered by N. C, closed its doors. impurity in the blood. It is cured by purity and richness in the blood surely, Everybody Sajra So. certainly cured by the "Medical DisCascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonpleasthe covery." It builds up solid healthy derful medical discovcrv oftaste, age, pentlj ant aud refreshing to the act flesh and vigorous strength. and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical cleansing the entire sysf in, dispel colds, cure headache, fever, habitual constipation Adviser, a 1008 page medical work, pro- and biliousness. Please buy and try a box fusely illustrated, will be sent free on re- of C. C. C. to cure 10, 25, 50 cents, bold and by all druggists. guaranteed pei-soone-Bixt- water. You are likely to need people. it aug4-4- w h n ST5$5 ' i1 tele-gra- gh 1. -- fy ' r-- . v N -- -- Ashe-Yill- e, &g& 2tSS Sk ASh 4-- : All-wo- ol v J. y; s ceipt of 21 one-cestamps to cover postage only. Address. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. nt Col. Fred Grant's successor as Police Commissioner in New York is Col. Geo. Moore Smith. Andy Brooks is on trial at Barbour- ville for ninider. Mrs. Williamson' will reopen her Select Primary School at her home on Seventh st. the first Monday in September. Your patronage is solicited. juae-30-- tf When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. mayo lyr One,hundred and fifty persons perished in the floods at Kertch, in the Crimea. Tetter, aud Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-llhcu- m PRICES. Respectfully, '&XS - W Vr NSrfw The Paris Institute for colored ers will be held next week. teach- n nillHAM Smk fn &.. W Siw Cr HU-- 9m?j$s. & rflMDANV 7$& .Tv. XJ III Tea &a& Tour Oran&motner Are removed from each other by a span of many years, lie travelled in a slow while you take the going stage-coac- h lightning express or the electric- - car. When he was sick he was treated by old fashioned methods and given old fashioned medicines, but you demand modern tdeaa in medicine as well as in every thiug else. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the medicine of to day. It is prepared by modern methods and to its preparation are brought the skill and knowledge of Hood's Sarsaparilla modern science. act4 promptly upon the blood and by making pure, rich blood it cures, disease aud establishes good health. aug4 4w m8 Dr. Cadv's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but vermifuge. medicine and tho best in use to pnt a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. A clash between the strikers aud Deputy Sheriffs at Dearmitt's mines now seems imminent. S Smk ngfvi mem vw P5 J vW on. 0 3li' s?wo Vf-- mm -- iH i m White STRENG' The Adair County Baptist Association will begin August 24, Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. mayl ly The Perry county .Republican primary election will be held next Monday. to that when sufYOU ought fromknow kidney trouble fering any that a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or money refunded. aug4 4w to-da-y. Caw last Z THIS YEAR TO nm kgu.i :$ uihson XLEADERSX 'V Is now great u m D-SU- MIB k 14 h-- b 4 Our New Departure is meeting with the approval of a generous public. Same price to every one and CASH in cverv instance. w are &Q'Js NOTICE the rare bargains ottering for. Mayficld public school opened M Lmdie Men & Boys... $4.00, $5.00, $6 00,57.50. Lfc $200,-00- A Eemarka'bio puro of Cbronic 5th. Thursd&y, Diarrhoea. In 1862, when I served my country as VIA THE a private in Company A. 167th Pennsylvania Volunteers, I contracted chrohlc QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal AND of trouble ever since. I have tried a dozen different medicines and several prom 4 inent doctors without any permanent relief. Not long ago a friend sent me a sample bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Ask Agents for Particulars. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, aud af-- , ler that I bought and took a 50 cent bot tle; and now I can say that I am entirely cured. I cannot be thankful enough to you for this greafRemedy, and recommend it to all suffering veterans. If in doubt write me. Y,ours gratefully, He.v, VIA rv Steixberoer, Allentown, Pa. Sold by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. Pine Goods, j?8fe. The East Is .V:: A suit tli.it suits is worth having. There's so much instrinsic worth of ready-mad- e clothing that ono is indeed fortunate to light on a genuine bargain. Appearances are deceptive, hut there's nothing false in our suits. The sale on now is to decrease stock No reserve. and they must go. Genuine Bargains Suits at $3.50, plicated for twice the money other places. to Y V t' BIG-TO Can't bo du- l A -- Harvest of Straw r: r- T."V- v- - - NVfl :... ti 2N ryfca tffc In a city is qur. But v"re cutting Staw Hats and the harvvst is here a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. Our Market. Shoes In Every Style There aro shoe stores which keep one or two of tho shoes we have, but there are nomi that keeps the variety in foot wear which makes our establishment the mecca for all who are looking for fit-- and excellence of quality and. workmanship. See our $1 25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2. Shoes 25 that othoc shoe stores are asking 25 per cent more money for. aug-4-l- m "Bi4 Four Route" - At one price to all alike. The Baptist Association meets in caster August 20. Lan- ACCOUNT Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy always affords prompt red, lief. For sale by W. G. White Itich-mon- Ky. Hopkins ing held to-da- aug-4-l- m Annual Convention Young Peoples' Christian Union, AUGUST 1897. Tickets will be sold by the BO FOUR ROUTE Augu.it 17th nnd 18th, eood returning until August 21, with proviso that upon deposit with Joint Agent. Indianapolis, on August 22, 23 or 2I an extension of Return Limit to leave Indianapolis not later than September 12th, inclusive, may lie bad. Rate Oaly One Fare lor Round Trip. 18-2- 3, Stop-over- county silver primary is be- ' Jten's Working Pants GENTS. rat-ific- a- be-iu- m l. Big-yersta- ff y I to receive It Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, when the endorsement is from a physician it is especially so. "There is no moie satisfactory or effective remedy than Chamber-lam'- s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea itemed," writes Dr. R. E, Robey, physician aud pharmacist, of Olney, Mo.; and as by he has nsed the Remedy in his own fam An advance in wages is to be made drugstore for six the window glass manufacturers of the ily and sold it in his years, he shonld certainly know. For sale country. by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. Tired people, are tired because they have exhausted their strength. The only way for them to get strong is to eat propThe Lexington Argonaut is urging the er food. opening of a public park in that city. Bnt eating is not all. Strength comes Sot Veathsr Suioi-- ' from food, after digestion. Digestion is In warm weather bowel complaints made easy with Shaker Digestive Corfrequently result from over eating or dial. afPeople who get too tired, die. Life is over drinking. Foley's Colic Cure fords perfect protection from all bowel strength. Food is the maker of stength. derangements and is guaranteed. Food is not food until it is digested. nug4-4Tired, pale, thiu, exhausted, sick suf byn Edwin Flannagan was given a death ferers from indigestion, can be cured the use of Shaker Digestive Cordial. sentence at Decatur, Ga., for tho murder It will revive their spent energies, re. of two women. fresh and iuvigoate them, cicato Jiew Doa't Tobajoo 8pit and Smoke Tow Ufa Away. courage, endurance and strength, all by If yon vant to quit tobacco .using easily helping their Btomaclie to digest their and forowjr. re made well, atroB?, magnetic, full otnew life aud vigor, take .food. that makes weak men the nature, and this is tho best of.it. strong. Many gain ten pounds ,ln ten days. It aids of yonr and,,w.ith Over 400,(00 cured. Buy Jt gives jmrocadiate rcHcfcures. or druggist, under guarantee permanently nerse.verenee, 1.Q0. Booklet aadsaaapie mailed free. Ad.. feold'by druggists Trial bottle, 11) cente stUKeaeayUo.",CiUcm.orxiew is always gratify jng or What's Your Need ? 25 cents; peo- A choice, For tickets nnd lull information call on any ticket agent ot the Big Four Route, or address "Warren J. Lynch, E. 0. McCORMICK, Pass. Traffic Mgr. Ass.Gcn.Pass iTkt Agt. CITO It ItATI, OHIO. The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. 'Til take the neck nothing said the collar to or the cuff. ' ' ' ' Well, I'll be close to hand," replied the cuff, and N Iota To faKjps! the following dates - given, of collecting Be sure and Look: it nug-4-l- m I will be at places, on the for the purpose taxes for lbdi. be on hand-: View,-Thursda- HH White Hall, Wednesday, August 4th. Union City, Wednesday.JV.Tigust ItU. Waco, Thursday, August 5th Kingston, Friday, August 6th. August 5th. Valley Klrksvil'.e, Saturday, August 7th. Berea, Saturday, August . th. Jly21-3J. P. SIMMONS, Sheriff. Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's KneO Pant Suits cents. Men's ShcKJS Ladies' ShCjes 80 cents. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. - Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to SI. $1 a yard. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. 49-eent- these Prices :worth Men's Suits for $2.50 $S.0O A Dissolution Notice. M. B. Arbuckle and Cyrus Douglas, Bargains Now! Bargains Forever! ' kJ- The partnership heretofore existing between wonder-worke- r, firm name of Arbuckle fc Doaglas, dealers in Boots, 6hoi and Gents! Furnishing Goods, was dlsBOlvc&by mutual consent July 1. 1897, M. B.-- Arbuckle retiring. Alt accounts due : Bald firm muit be settled at once ; under Uie thbAewyork store iUpEiwn,.KIeia & Son's Old 1 PS s -- so they were satisfied. That's: the way with our customers,-n- o matter what theiufaney may dictate, we please them. Underwear. HcieryjrN'ek-wea- r and Shirts of every description and "at prices, that can't be reached br fcliers.v - For Good Values at Low Prices See Stand, Hlahmead, Ky; V ysiy. sr w -i J5 ;? 'i t Jlyti-3- w V BF; - a 'OYBUS DOUG-LAS-. -- jt n V 83V T"-- .&,T !' A l Q St? n" I ( v." The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- KENTUCKY NEWS. FOR MAGISTRATE. mi m. MM! Original Horace llaniau, Mey&tiek; John Hopkins, Mftyslick; Richard II. trate of Keys, Croiton; Michael lluller, Hento the action of the Democratic party, derson. Additional VAm. (J. Hassle, on the free turnpike ticket. Boh on. Restoration and Increase Isaac Stapleton (lead), Klvcr. Renewal Stephen Rickey, CoTiarrton. and Increase Aruoi Woodfolk, UereWah Mortonsvillo. Increase Fortney, Younjr, Liberty; Madison Hat L'ck; Uriah 1. Keeling'. 1'olta. Reissue Martin Mahafley. Keren, John W. Royse, Morehead. Original Widows, Etc, Lavina Staptetont Rixer. Dr. hrtitl'a Kljtn, . Lexington--, Ky., Auif. i- - It leaked cut Sunday that unless (Jot. Hrndley acti quickly iu the matter ut rentovtu Dr. Scott from superinteudency of the Kentucky Lunatic asylum the, commissioners will make public tho result of their investigation of asylum affairs. Dr. Rhorer, who U charged iu the warrant s.iorn out by Dr. Scott with having btolcn a certain receipt from Dr. Scott's pruato papers, will make a fight to prove hi. llprrrnikii T.k HU I'lvro. m has become quite popular but cut X.EX1NOTOX, Ky , Aug. 'i. Oliarles on cut glass liave made our Berryman, wlio has been appointed by prices stock of handsome water cruets, salad hnm .I. Koberts a his chicl bowls, sugar bowls, etc., more than Collector took his place at the taxing-todeputy, popular. If you aro intending to oQlcc Monday, it with intended eend a wedding present shortly, here 1, but is your chance to pick out just the for him to begin OctoberCapt. changes Toager, thing to send and bave from ono to in the olliee caused by stamp deputy, going to Muysvillo to a dozen dollars. of a man lo the olliee Deep Cut, cut glass pieces are the take the place necessary for Hcrryruan there, tnado it kind most admired We hav made a deep cut down in the prices of the to begin immediately. Ilixt npallfT Iu me Unltril Stt-- !. deep cut, handsome cut glass pieces Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 2. Miss Marin our btock that have been admired po long. This is your chance to add the kindergarten garet Murphy, to your china closet, and your side- teacher of the (Jarrard graded school, board some of the finest cut glass has won the honors in the teachers' ware made. convention rn New York, as being the ' Cast your eyes in our direction. best speller in the United Slates. Miss . was never offered at such Shumate, of Danvill'-- whosu parents Jewelry reside in this county, and who upends low figure. We give you the chance a portion of her time here, ranked secto buy at bullion cost. The manuond best. facturing and designing must go unMarliTnt. III Ink Iln W r.r- Steve paid for. No limit to bargains, 0wns.siJO'to, Ky., Aug. watches are cheap and it will pay you Moore, widow of tlie .marr'wh'i is supposed to have rommittwl ttuicid- - li"t to come in and see. Saturday tilTht, made afll iavit to .ie D. P. AEMER, giving reason for county jeSO-l- y The Main St. Jeweler. that lier hu&oau.l did uot take his own life, Lut was fouily diialth with, ns he hsd 575 with htm shortly before h'.n death, but when found in the hotel room hud but 05 ronts. lililct- - llitr.llu llxinr. IlAHnoi.snuuo, Ky., Aug. 2. Judge Charles A. liardiu i dying at his home here He K an older brother of (Jen. K ati Hardin and CoL Hen Leo Hardin, lie was circuit judge, succcdlng Judge J. Cryps WicitliiTe some yenrs since and proved luiuself an able jurist. He ha been .or ears a leading member of tlie Christian church. K in Txiujirraiurn In I.oiiliivlll Lni isvil.l.n, Kv--. Aug. 'i The temperature in this vicinity took n sudden At 7 a.m., the mercury rise hunday reg.stercd 7l degre-j- nnd it gradually o'clock 10 U ur, re nie until at ci.r 'ed Sun lav cvchimcj a tro" I hreezj ter to A Broken Leg is not so serious a sjiranir up caustu the therm 17 No p oslraluma are over drop ilegrees. matter if the furniture is turned reported to lis for repairs. A little due and . C.4U I'urter I varnish nnd the table is as good as Lexington, Ky., Aug. 2. ClifT tur.m-ian 1 new. All you have to pay for is the the glue varnish and a little for our time; owner of ClilTord, Damicn, Kltisije tiled at hi! you don't have to pay a round price and other fkmous hors-iHfarm near (.cxiugton, Saturday night. for a new table that won't suit you as I'ortcr was 47 yors old. He, will be well as the old one. Spend dimes for ti'iricd Monday morning at 'J o'clock, repairs and you will save spending .lie has been ill from coiismuptlon fot a year. dollars for new furniture. VTnti In K l.llirarlBIU MagisJ. R. Henry n candidnto for subject Kirksville Precinct, AV'o are authorized to announce Tbe Latest Sews Prum All Ifefta et tba CoiunioawcalUi. JUtU.Mjr A.abtwaa VAsnis0Tos, Aujj. 2 Pensions tc Iventuckians were granted a (allows. Will Jvy a FnuchhtiTiion All the !m Kentoccy. KallrtNwle Creator said to woman ' when the ntf Uiltwi btir Mvralttt Had Louiaviu.it, Ky., Jufy 30.- At a trr't Aotallani. LOUI8V1LI.K, Ky.; July 23. Judgu "in sorrow shalt thou brine forth conference of Attorney General rJuKLUYVir.i.K, Ky., July 31. Jnmc John W. burr, o the United bin lea children," that a curse was . Taylor and Staio Xroaurer U. Shropshire, who abut aud klllo-- Allen cjurt, Tuesday rcorniay hand-- d w b.ve-srerdistrict l V". Cong, wfa'ocompojo tno state baard - Matthuws, a colored uinu( last iieU" "-, hut the . ov felt down an opiniou in the injunction presses to for attempting to criminally of valuation and assessment, it was suit brought by Deputy Un.l ri (States Mother When 8he:firstprenres tne nesday his hal Miss I'ol y Un- - decided. It is caid, to levy a franchise-tababe, D jr. -j0-rallu- OPINION la th Injunctlan Cult Itrnuchl h. AN I It is Thought by Many GOES FREE. Stlonjr Wnm. Vit by Jn4C Tipton In LtUui.utoc tha Han W.iu B.mrr lilt a i assessment'board ( re-ee- nt '- pro-nrninnp.- fi. W.-8- - headine: . DR. PETER FLUCK'S Great German Remedy, ' m "N i 7"- -- C m J4-- SSaVSS f jazssi C23tK A t . 2 H A. 1 JVlk'e .. w -- Ifgsimm&li? I' II f K Cut Qlas Re-nbw-al 1 i Marshal Lee Dudley to prevent Dr. A. tier heart her contrary. IX James tho newly appointed republican United blatas marshal, from dis Danger and sufferine lurk in charging him. Dudley c. aimed, as an the cathwav of the Exoectant ofliou deputy, that ha wa protected , '3jotker be ahottld w aToIded,Judp , ,,,by civil ncrvice. Itarr ., . . anri held thut there was no difference be heart twen an "ofllca deputy," 0 Dudley when the hope ol her irigor is to and claimed to be, and a field deputy, aud be realized, in fuU that the cItII service law did not ar ply strength. in either easy, their appointment expiring at the expiration of the term of their supetior. Thecasowill be heitrd before the our judges 0 the United so relazes ' talcs circuit iourt In October. Judgu the system Ilarr is u republican. natural and Fatal fljllt at Kailu UlUcu I 1 'Mother's Friend" necessary.. that the inn-enco- - n -- - Louisvili.k, Ky., Ju.y 8 A special fruui Morirautoivu, Ky.. ay : A sen- - ! ous dlllicuity occurred at Kane Ridge meottng house, - mde &0uth of here, Sunday, between Estill Casey aud Jonn Casey on one side and Kurg Itailey aud two brothers on tho other. About 2a shots were exchungeiU Estill Casey was shot through aud through, uud when last heard from was dying. John Casey received a pain.ul llesh wound in the tup ana auotucr on tno neaa. 1 wo of the liailcys received painful wounds, but not Kcrious. No arrests have, been made. All are claiming They are all young men and aru of good families. Kantnrkr Tbccu Cuutlltlnni. Lexinutox, Ky., July 28 "The government reports concerning Kentucky's tobacco crop for lb'J7 aro n said Ilorace Means,- - a buyer, Tuesday. "ihey say that the crop will be about bO per ccut of last year, and the conditions about the same. Thisr year's crop'will not average 05 pjr uenU of that of lb'JG, and in years 1 have never seen tobacco ao backward. Ihis timo last year tobacco had all boon topped, and during the first week in August mueii of it wus cut. There is now uot a patch of tho weed in Kentucky topped imt antl I dare say no.ic oi it will be cut b fore the second week in August." 1self-defens- lias assault later. iels, had an examining trial Friday before County Judgo lip Ion and was discharged. The court's opinion was brief, and is In full as follow: "It is the court's opinion and has been already substituted by the written law of the land, that every man has a right to protect and defend his homo against intruders, means and force that the and would be glad to unlawful iutru-ieescape wth his life. If the offense of the intruder is against innocence and virtue a man has a right to defend his home and household, even to taking the llfo of any man that would so far forget himself as to enter that use-suc-h r x on all frtuu-- . the the railroads operating iu T T TfeB&PrzM lfcJk3SM0r mi of tho franchise, the which valuation will Ut fixed by tbe board. Tills will be" regardless of property on which the roads now pav tax. 1 hla additional ttx. It Is believed, will net tike statu millions of dollars and will be sufilciuntTto clear it of all J100 of Uhe tax will be 53 J" cents on each debt For the Thcfe facts came to light Thursday through a visit of Attorney General Taylor to this c.ty. Iuimcdiato Relief Positive Curo ol Nir mm i all 4-t -- js'r f T W rJS i& jSe J? S Crow's Tail, Byde n.ru .od from T W L 7hc MONARCH Casting i ! BE 31 Smimt and at Child-birt- h wmMMm e. I iuac-curato- ," well-know- -- We Doctor Furniture. m derful change has come in the spirits o Kentucky farmers. A remarkable rie iu tneprieo of leaf tobacco was tDe firtt siguiticaut thin? in the lon.j era of depression. Prices have advanced on every grade from 100 to 300 per cent. For the past two years tobacco sold nt prices below the cot of production. A X w Itullruft. Boone filed articles of incorporation Tuesday with tho secretary of state for the Ohio Rver, Frankfort and Westerd Railway Co., with a capital stock of 6100,003. Surveying parties will be put in the field at once to select a route from Dover, in Mason county, Kentucky, to Knoxvillc, Tenn. lr:rst Co'orvtl Juror. Ky., Julj 28. The PiiESTOSsnuitG, jury in the case of Floyd county against F. F. Martin, sheriff, returned a verdict in the first case of, 54, 400. ill HnnakT, colored, sat ontae jury, tlie first colored juryman in Floyd county. The second judgment is for n S ,OJ0. The dc endaut entered a for a new trial. Uacan'i TrUI Set. mo-t.u- Louisvillk. K., July A Kl lu tl I'rle r Leaf Tnt-cci- 2S A, won- Fuaxkfort, Ky., July 23. Col. R. E. s 1 I ll-- nl. Tor-tc- r, well-know- n n , m 34. awaiting trial, Isam Lawson, Joseph Adklns, John Dugan aud Andrew Rrooks, all charged with murder. McCormick Bros., I.AWiicNCr.uunoii, Ky., Aug. 2. Miss Jesse Fields will be tried at a special a Kelley BIocV, Richmond, Ky. 'Kaui Leo Nual, of tliis county, will be session on the second Monday la Aua democratic candidate before the next gust. "general assembly of Kentucky for the Thr-- e l)lroyA. position of state librarian. Miss Neal Cvxtiiiaxa, Ky., July 2a Marauddaughter of Hon. ers destroyed three s R. i the In the. I. Win Neul, who has represented the lower part of this county, near Kelat. county three tiroes in the legislature. They left their usual notice to "collect Time Table No. 29, Taking Eflect Sun. no moro tolls" at each of the three Cnd !tt l!in;r UxAinlae1. day, May 2, 1S90. FiiAXKroitT, Ky.. Aug. 2. Eight oi gates they destroyed. This was coun2d Clans. 'ten of the nominees and candidate: ty court day, and as usual after a raid 1st Class j EAST bootd. jj0 j No 3 I Xo 9 for the offices of caunty superintend- the crowd got through the gates free. Er Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun ent of schools in different portions ol New Fut Offices In lCfn tacky. the state are here un lcrgoing examA.M. P M. A M. Vabiii:soton, July 26. Ihe followS 55 S7 10 20 Verailles inations before the state hour J of ed- ing new post oflloes were established 7 36 18 12 11 00 Nicholaxville ucation as to their eligibility to that in Kentucky Tuesday: Atoka, Boylo 11 2 10 S5 8 00 Valley View 'olliee. 11 S6 8 13 II 40 Million county, with James IS. Scay as post11 5h 11 S 33 Richmond. Drr Oood 3ture 0ujr-- l b P)r. M P. M. P. master; George, Harlan county, BenjaCatlettsuuko, Ky., Aug. 2. Th min II. Mitchell, postmaster; Spur-loc12 50 12 13 Union 12 16 Moberlev. 'large dry goods store of Andrews A Floyd county, Joseph R. Langley, 2 00 12 30 BrasBefd Wolfe was badly damaged by Are, postmaster. 35 2 15 Tanolo 1 03 3 20 caused by the heater becoming overInine Hr4l--Cmp. at heated while drying out the cellar. Nc IiOUIsVll.l.E, T Ky., July 23. Gov. No72 No."4"r NoTsyXoTlO of tho los can ha furnisued Bradley came to the city Tuesday and estimate west boovd. Ex Sun'Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun for a few days. inspected the First regiment, K. S. G., A. SI. P. SI. P. 31. A. M ' Caught au AIIItor. consisting of the Louiivillo Legion, 1 30 3 10 Irvine ' Owkxsdouo, Ky., Aug. 2. William lie and his staff were banqueted at 1 55 4 28 PanoU 4 40 2 00 Brassfield Dent, a fisherman, between Oweps- the camp. This week closes the statu 5 10 2 14 Moberley boro and Rockport, Ind., caught an encanpment, there being only three 2 17 5 15 . Union 6 05 5 00 2 35 5 40 Richmond. alligator measuring six feet six tuclici regjments. 4 00 9 20 5 30 Million and weighing HO pounds, lie is pre5 57 4 15 To Nhuio Xltilwcatri Aneunt 0. 6 3 Valley VW 6 48 4 40 6 58 Nicholanville paring the skin for stuihng. Lexixoton, Ky., July 23. Tho re8 33 5 30 7 53 Versailles publican county committee met here fong Distance TleUnft Srsteiu. A. 31. A. 31. P. SI. "pTsi. Ky., Aug. J Connections Tuesday night and set Wednesday 6, for holding-thcounty convenAll trains connect with Louisville Southern were made Saturday night between trains to and from Louisville. the long distance telephone system tion to select delegates to the state All trains connect with C. N. O. X T. P. trains and tho Hell Co., at this place. It convention at Louisville on August 16. to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. brings 2,200 pay stations within calL Kentucky Kourtii-O-i- s I'.hii master. W. II. ADAMS, Superintendent. Wasiiixotox, July 28. The followDied or Trphuld K.vor. postmaster in KenIIorniJi8VLi.E, Ky., Aug. 2. Cartel ing fourth-clas- s C Reynolds, a wealthy citizen, died tucky was commissioned Tuesday: A at his home near this city of typhoid Birmingham, Marshall county, Rome AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE Barnett, vice W. M-- Holland, resigned. JUae Failing Mem MJ" JLIS,Htt&u4 fileeplnMmeM, etc, cftowtd fover, aged 45 years. orj, Impoioncy. by Abtuo or other xcee and luj'irlrs. Dl.d trust Ilia He Jumps I From m Having Train. Thy tfitUkXy and. murZv Ky., Aug. 2. George Paiiucaii. Cixcixxati. July 23. Dj Witt Chap-irestore Lost Vitality la oldoryoacff.and m a m&a loremcy, oasine or maxnas- a tobacco broker at 123 east Second Dcam fell off of a street car early SunPntTfiBt InMtnitr and Oonsnmtrfion if LiLhi i in tim. Tkair n thews immediata imorovz- day morning and died from the injur- street and living at Arlington Heights, mentand cffeU a CUUE where all other fail upon haTinK the genuine Ajax Tablets They met with an accident Tuesday mornies sustained. hare cared thousands and will cure yon. Weireapos-ltiring which will probably result in his written aaranto to eflect a euro CO PTC it rite.t of Noho ttlcndln-reach eae or refund the money. Price w V I O i per Sehoknt. Kr., Aug. 2- Near Hall, death. Chapin was coming to the city package; or alx rkc (fn)l treatment, for 2X0. By mail, in Hain wrapper. iTon receipt of price rircnlar northwest of here, Huron I'rofitt, aged on a Big Four train and at Baymillcr uaraw- irbu. A I A Y UKMHHV ffl -xstreet he jumped from tho moving CaUif. w- lo. died of nose bleeding. ' train. A switch engine was coming For sale in Richmond, Ey by Hagan & llnrsthtvr Ml Vllstno. fab3-lalong on an adjoining track and beIlerndoa. Wei.iatox. O., Aug 2. This section fore Chapin realize dhis danger he was A horse struck- is infested with horsethiews. He was hurled 20 feet and Serrot last knocked unconscious. was bio. en from Fran week; one from Jacob SJDider Sunday Shot Ilrrsi-lf- . night, and ono from John Ailmau STKUBKXVILI.E, . July Mary, Thursday night. 'J he thieves have daughter of Mrs.0 Margaret28 Horner, been entering the fields at night and shot herself through the abdomen riding tin- horses away. with a revolver Tuesday morning, lier condition is critical. Handsomest '97 JljT-lrToll-U- ti July 23. John Dugan's trial has been set for Wednesday. Four notables are in jail BAnBOCKViiXK DErox, Ky., man Allen Matthews, and for which Ee paid the just penalty with his life. Hothing but "Mottier's Friend" The de.endant is therefore dischargdoes thi3. Don't be deceived. ed." "Mother's Friend" la tho greatest remedjr ever Francbme Taxes Iteloc l.vlrd. pat on the markotnd all my enstomers prtiao it FitAXKFonT, Ky., July 31. The state highly . W.H.King t Co., Whitewright, Tex. board of assessmentand valuation held J1 f!0 Pnt hy Mali, on receipt of price,mauca PER BOTUE. a long session Friday, assessing the tree, COB' ,franchiscs of street car, electric light. Book' i'o ixpiictanl wotnors" (.lining valuable information and voluntary bridge, gas aud other big companies. losumontsis. The largest assessments passed on FriTHE BRAOnCLD REGULATOR CO.,ATUMTA,GA. day were the Louisville and Jefferson-vill- e SOLO T ALU DRUGGISTS. Bridge Co., ior tlie year, for and the franchise and property tax of the Covington and Cincinnati SISTER'S ASSAILANT itridge Co. at $902,070. The memUboi Jmt Thtt FiuUlitd Without BI rey bers of the board admit they will asThe S.nyrr burrenders illmte.f. sess every railroad in Kentucky on biiKioirviLLK, Ky., July 20. James franchises. Shrapshire, a farmer living in the d for llaek Taxu. Joyce Station neighborhood, five miles LhXl.vGTOX, Ky., July 31. Auditor's west of this place, shortly after noon Wednesday shot and killed Allen Agent bam Crosthwaite alleges that Matthews, a colored man, whom ho property belouging to Mr. Asa Dodge, , has not been listhad caught in the act of attempting worth to criminally assault his sister. Miss ed for taxation for nearly a quarter of Polly, a young lady who lives with u century, and consequently no tax him and acts as his housekeeper. The has been collected on it. Mr. Crosthdead man had been in the employ of waite instituted action in Judge Bullock's court Friday to recover the Shrapshire for several years past. Mr. Shrapshire was running a taxes. I.X'nsrton Vntarr. thrashing' machine in tho neighborLexixotox. Ky., July 81. A grub-staihood, and had occasion to return to the cumpiuy of 20 subscribers, at houss for some repairs, when he beard each, lias been formed here to send hi sister's screams, lie quickly grabbed u shotgun, and on entering the IL P. Lirew to the Klondytte. Larew kitchen discovercl tho burly bruto will a.l from Seattle August 20. lie choking the lady. On being discovered has had experience in Alaska, and for the fjllow attempted to escape by 20 years prior ti his coming to Lexingjumping through the window, but not ton was a conductor on the Northern before he had received the contents of Pdcific- MarnuA a htirturr ftnp.l. both barrels .pf the gun. Botn tooke.-feFitAXKFOKT, Ky., July 3L It will and he dropped in a nearby cornfield. The enraged brother followed be a surprise to eastern Kentucky peohim, and despite his piteous appeals ple to know that Prof. Geo. Clark, of for mercy emptied five pistol shots into the state board of examiners was married, to Mis Lucindia- - Hayes, his prostrate form. Immediately after the occurrence daughter of Leris Uays,hotel-keepc- r Shrapshire came to town and surrenat Hiudmtn, Knott county, last Tuesdered himself to tho authorities. day. Ho had formerly been her teacher. County Judge Tipton released him on ICcaicn. Mte SI, 000 bail, which he quickly furnished. Fr.AXKFoitT, Ky., July 31 Tho Tho examining trial takes place resignations of Senator W. J. Hissem, Friday morning, and will ba a mere of Newpjrt, Ky., and Senator N. Powformality. Coroner Bryant held an ell Taylor, of Henderson, Ky., were inquest Wednesday afternoon, and tho received at tno executive office Friday verdict wlj ia accordance with the morning. The governor will cail facts. ipeci il elections at tho regular Novemho U thi tteoith ana IU the Chil- ber election, to cl-their succsjurs. mothers haire experienced. Change bJo crimei as dia th's man. Theevi- take3 place an.e shoUb that lie did enter that W i thout house unbidden; that he was not a servant of tu it liouie, ami Eausea court Headache, it Is' the judjment of the nnd 1 that defendant be release I, Henrous or Insist that this killing, while sad in Gloomy .some respects, will be a warning to ITorebodinz overy man, black or white, that .should the trying hour makes haroor a thought of entering a man's easy, as so many .haft-p- house for such a purpose as did this I Kn-- -- about-Sl,000- HANNIBAL, MO. in etukes and purses. Klohan'sot Lexixotox, Ky., July SU W. C l.icnardson, private secretary to SEADY TO sScoii, oi tho Eastern LrM Ws Kentuc.cy Lunatic ast'lum, h is reI tdn 1 Dr. Seott accused him VIS- -JM signed because S Sii. i HfaLlL U ?t I w 1 delivering the famous "asylum Street in Ri ii write-up- " t cei t into the hands of his Our fictoiy on e an riiniiinc, :niil inond "is enemies lu prepared to till orden for twist of 'I lit-- r Iliop- -. LeQldaior m i nAnaonnrito. Ky., .Inly 3 . Mr. h ll!-K EiccEikmaud Sksi Laura K u , of 9.$ i i'.lVii iii'ai ii .Mi.ledgcville, L ncoln county, rloped. to this place and wore m rried. Ihe us. groom i a proiperum ynunir merchant 5." f and the bride U a d.iugnter of Hon. B. n B. King, member' of the legislature yf-"Pair o: ss from Liuco.n. Tt lr WhoU Won't t;l Lexixotox, Ky., July J). The wheat ISmuils, thrverailtai. W ran s.ivejoi Tho snouev rfiit tia n trial miiei you i market iu Lexiugton issta.-nan. Ehp as a result oi their conven- bv glnl with imr jiriHiui-tsfurmers. ngo. spurned tne fially pleased to he.ir liuiu country tuei tion here a few duys offering o 70 conth, and hold their ciuiUs. Ross, White wheat vilh tho avowed intention of letting it ior a iviug pr.o or njt at Rn iimov!) Ky. all." OR. I'ErFZI'S Hep'lc I)lih'llrla. r Frjd Lauri-e-r, Nnwro'rr. Ky , Jtt y t ireo t S1I.1 Ysirii- street. ha niwre biCrt as a children a.id has f.S A new, reliable antl stS rolittlfor u prs. or julufi resu X o. septic diphtneri-:- . supposed to J Ii nirt: eria exec Kc, n?w cy over eo mi nirauocr w u ! dog j ufliict-chave been e.iu jht jio .Hirrta bull at tn Jfw i1 c V? "tr3 and with which th.-- plnyed. 6100,000 'nSu4 ii ioi IIfjt Uiiit Lexixgto.v, Ky.. July 3). Domino, the f. m.ms race hortjo, uijd nt the farm of James R. Kejne at 3 o'clock Thursday morning of m MiingUis. He aa i six veterwas tukjn ill yest-rdainarian could not save him. D mino was foaled iu 1S01, nnd won about y NEURRLGIfl. Indorsed by physicians of the highest standinr. "box. 25c. per Druggists. For Salk by R. H. HUHSTOOK GHEMiCM. CO.. .... - J f Pi X? Look Under the Enamel! i aaV. N:3r 1 L. t nSFir ..i W L. J Wpwnr:! H hr!!:t businessmen gt rJ s'., "" C x 4 0 Vjf' x-w '' ' ti W mjT P z. Pkv .,....u C it- - t-- e ln ih' 1 Mii n S m r mr - J Jw AIONAPCH CYCI P Chicago New York rn L jnOui I 5 y. h aprH-l- y VV9 t. I 0 BIYES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently is best for the Dealer to handle. AFullLineof Send BUGGIES, Catalogue !)- - - lo-,- t SURREYS, PHAETONS, ROAD "TAG0XS, ' t-- rMM C CTSvJ:E jffl JSBlg? f- -r Pn"- c '"' -- - - 9 d, w y v ce et July 17 Mrs. Suo Phillips u prominent society womun of this c.ty nnd well Unowu all over this stat;, to be marr.o-- l to Mr. John Tweedy, a wealthy Iiat manufacturer of New York, oi August 3. Mrs. Brown wus one of the bo.ird of Kentucky commissioner.! at the World's fair, prominent at the Atlanta, exposition and nt tlie Drummers' Bcnunt exposition at Mn.ibon Square gurdeu laat winter. A With Iwu lln (U. Ludlow, Ky., July 27. Saturday ercning Win. Gardner wua lishing at the ferry landing in this, cuy, heIl ho landed a cattish weighing ubout eight head.--. pounds, with two Numerous people in Uroinley saw tlie freak, but Gardner did not think enough of it to it, aud it met in u frying pan. ll.-owiF-s- li woll-Jevelo- ped To 31urrr n OwKKSBoito, Ky., e Vtirrr. I ' e' re- Ird in plain O. tlfucl.l' " ' fttA-vtiicitriu- ' w scrapper. , -- Ite.ul U J Manufacture V ...,., ... W bold bv hiclm.ond iJru;: . Whste Co- and TinvCTiir uyj , L1 Alu FORDSVIH.E, IND. J ' :" i: I.. ? Dnnirc- niriPrmciiiTiiriiiuiTr djui.o jvu uenrvo in inc. nrmr.. ,:i. - DOVETAIL CQ?PANYr - -- VM ... . SOMETHING Every Merchant OUGHT TO USE. .th THE "MARKETS. CUCIMATt. JIllT 31. fancy, si.7j3.wj spring tamllr. ttSftS.ao. spring pttent. i.Hll7j. ) ,S Si: winter p neat. ttJil.3i. Ianc7. fi.? lor-Hla- . family. IV00 iJJJ. ex'ra. Its:.-a.l- : tZCUiiLbO. rye. noriawssMra. do Cltr. lS.35tiJ.4V Wdut-Sam- ple 71c. rod May i.t Lobs Silcs. Na t nhlta, track. io yellow oar (poor) tcack. 17'iJ. yellow e .r. k, 3 yellow, iraclt, SVc. uUed cor, FLOUU--Spri- jjiiifi "HAMILTON" 9 ct v. R. N. & 8. R. toll-gate- dren. Ci-Citt, Ky., July 29. W. M. Townsend and Miss Mina Means were quietly married at Bowen, this county. The groom ia 73 years of age and Mho bride IB. Mr. Townsend is a veteran of the Mexican war, and this is bis third wife. 1 he bride is the possessor of a fine farm, and the groom has little save a half dozen children. It seems to have been a case of infatuation on the nart of tho bride. ulo Purser's l'ay. FnAXKFonr, Ky., July 29. Judgo Cantrill, of the fiscal court, rendered ler sent blute Inspector Lester to Lexington Friday night to make further Investigation into the State Insane also arrived Friday night. Dr. Scott has discharged two more attendants Sallie Docker and Annie Toner. say lu in trouble. Dr. Scott's son, Eth-e.be- rt, 1T'I Igate Asrlnm Ca . Lexixotox, Ky., July 31. Gov. Br id- AUTOGRAPHIC i r I'KKVKNT disputeit accounts. l'KKVKM' niiHtakes or all Kinas, ACCUltATKI.V record cash sales, r, SAVE HAKE thre bllla at one writing. Used by Retaiucb3 EvewrvHERE. Wnte for circular Hamilton AQtoraDMc Register Co. P HAMILTON', OHIO. book-krrpinf- i ii ii .1 wi --i : ri s. f JiJIJ. -- PKKVI5T -- forcettlns to charce,' ovt-- i t mk V lrrSj;HfviV,S F'H O " Tjwrr-,- . " ' 1 - yj lan-Ma- tl.lNtmur FitAXKFOKT, Ky., Arr-stn- d. standing his denial of a shortage, W. T. Goodwin, of Bag-dntvas arrested here by Deputy United States Marshal Con McCarty. He was taken before Commissioner Chapman, who fixed his bond at S300, d, July 3t Notwith- C k, 1 1 O-i- r Mt-t- e I . .... - " Asiir-An- Au-ge- st e MADE ME MAN The governor has offered a reward of Si50 each for the arrest and conviction of the unknown parties who went to the Ky , July 29. Tho Lexii.OTOX, Brooklyn club, one of tbe poolrooms house of Green Garrett, in Breathitt Closed by tlie grand jury two weeks connty, on the night of December 7, lbOO. and fatally shot Thomas Barnett, ago, will reopen Thursday. J. E. in whose name the room was and wounding others. operated prior to the grand jury's acIlrrynin the First Deputy. tion, has retired from the manageLexixhtox, Ky., July 31. Collector of Internal Revenue aam J. Roberts, ment. of this district, will appoint Charles Hart by Falun; SI He. Gray, Ky., July 29. At Ben Gray's IL Berryraan, this city.his first deputy. coal mines Wednesday morning, Dan Mr. Berryman is the son of John C Tjulbee," aged 30 years, was severely Berryman, leading merchant here, and injured about tho head and neck by has been with the Lexngton roller year. the falling of a slate bank. Several mills for others narrowly escaped death. llnnry OanaWAy Uaug ruutiy Ilnrned. Mayfim-D- , Ky.f July 31. Henry VI In't It Wan Luatlict. Ganaway was dangerously burned, Louis ville, Ky., July 29. Frank aged 13, was mortally wounded caused by the explosion of a lamp at Dawson Springs by John Scott, a, whicu he had left burning on retiring. young man, who did not know his pis- The explosion occurred at 3 o'clock, tol was loaded. Scott surrendered to and his beautiful residence, with entire contents, was destroyed. No inthe authorities. surance. Killed Kich Other 31. K-iu- his decision granting a mandamus against Auditor Stone to compel him to issue duplicato warrants for $3,503 duo Judgo Watts Parker, of Lexington, the warrants having been destroyed In the burning of the Lexington courthouse. l'oolrouiu tu Upn which he gave and was released. Fkaxkfokt, Ky., July Reward (or Slayrrs. Oats 3Alest Na 2 mixed, .rack. rOHc: asm pie mixed "hot" (aaw) tr.icU. I6c No. 3 .mixed, track. 19Ho: Na 'i mixed, choice, (lut ere) truck. .IK& Uocs Select butohsrs. C:S'&3.85: fair to jool piokors'. tlTiJJ.Hi. fair to KOd light, $18a3 6V; common sod rou;H4. jj.7i Cattlb Pair to good ahlpjieri. M 0 J(Ji JO; good to chjlco butchorV extras. ti.Oy&t.Z'i: fair to medium liutehorV. (J.S53 Z.90-- . common., SnEEP Extras. k6J3.75 good to cholco, 1 10)3.60. common-tfair. : ii H8J. Laud Extras, t 6VQ6 (W. good to cho'.ca, HC5ai.75: common to fair. fliia4.15. Veal. Calvks Pair to good light. IJ501 42i; extras. t&5i. common aid large. $i50.5 -- Ja lro. tSo. trick, tr-c- j iaayC-611- 1 iil C AOl!NT5ifefeSI0vn.' V WANTED. a AL laiiTj: J. H.N Mair Price I 'aid fG Strt, J Vi' rfp'" .Jpuiyv INVITLD. S j 1 mch31-6- a (Opposite Glymlon.) 5 50 , 10211c per Woot Unwajhel. Has clothing, ilillc: medium, lb. qasrtsr-bloo- d delaine and clotilnj. 1331 lc braid. 12313c:: medium combing, H.iSi VashaJ, Quo merino, X to XX. lio: maJlUTi cloning. 15.51).:; delaine fleece, !5!Ce. loa c?moicg. MilTc: quirtcr-bloo- d and low. t.ijjllc; co.c:uoa coarse. Iiil2:i I9u HlrrsBgUGH. July 3L Receipts Catth Kicelpib light and market sted7. Hoes fair and market retire. SnEEP Receipts llgat and tiarkcl steady. CO C.iCO. July J I. Wnaw Julr. 7(!o Scptcaioer iHz. December. 7Jc: old, 7lfc Cokn July. I7Ji32;Se: Stptcmbcr. 27Jc December. :83io: tuy. alH- Oats July. UHo: beDtemjer, IthtSHa: December 18?e-- . A.oy. lOJiSS'o. rai-lno- Country Produce Bought and Sold. Uiglieht Cah ilarkui nil Fir ii zetfy. pp wisiffiwiv .i.frr rtj5 0m& "sasesSK -- BO YEARS' EXPERIENCC. tos-teli- o, JADE MARKS, DESIGNS COPYRICHTS 4c. Anyone scrulliu; a sketch and description mar qulcwir ascertain, free, whether an lnrentlon Is probably patentable. Conimonlcstioiu Btrictlr confidential. Oldest aeenry fTecur1im patents lu America. We hive a Washinsrton office. Patents tafcen throua Muiui X Co- - recelia (pedal notice In tbe tmtf itl' SGIEssTIFlG AMERICAN. of beaatlful'r Hliutrated, Ixnreit rlrcuIaUon Middi.ebdoho, Ky., . n, it e . ..,. - w drunken brawl in Letcher county, Diclc Williams was killed by John Soward and So ward was himself mortally wounded. Fatal'y ktaii; by llambtebeea. Laxcasteh. Ky., July 29. Laha, aged 12, sou of U. Nishmus, was fatally stung while fighting bumblebees. The boy received nearly two hundred Btines. July 29. In a OwKXsnoRO, Ky., July 31. Annie M. Friedman fi'.ed suit against tho Ern- - Xfsaranee Company 8ot. 3C1 MUNN & CO., Brouduat. New York. 2S-- 7 y The Cycle M Lebanon J A - I BICYCLE Manufactured. The men who say that they are Davidson, aged 'Ji, the oddest woman in Garrard connty.died Tuesday night. made of tough stuff and can stand anything, generally find that death is made of tougher stuff and are found in a coffin at an age when they should be doing their best and most useful work. It is time enoughor a man to brag 19 about his toughness when he has reached a ripe old- - age. The men who live long lives are the ones who take care of their health in youth and maturity. They realize the truth oLthe old saying that "a stitch in time saves nine." The ones who .don't do this die off of nervous prostration, heart failure, and consumption. and The best of all health-restorehealth preservers is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It cures 3 per cent, of all cases of consumption. It wards off nervous troubles ana wasting diseases. It correct all disorders of the digestion, invigorates the liver and restores the appetite. It fills the arteries with the pure, rich, red blood of health. It tears down, and carries off old, inert and half-dea- d tissues and replaces them by new. It builds firm, healthy flesh. It makes the muscles strong and elastic and steadies and tones the nerves It cures debility and weakness of every descripe tion. Itjs the product of the experience and study of an eminent and. skillful specialist. Dr. R. V. Pierce, for tbitU years chief consulting physician to ihz Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. Thousands of men and women bave testified to its virtues. Druggists sell': There isiibthing InitfJte world "just as good," although avaricious druggists will sometimes say so for the sake of tlie greater profit to be made vpoa tbe.ia -HOW 9KUBBC. 1inI. Lancaster, Ky.. July ifl Mrs. Mary Aired Wuuiin 1.1 llu-- i Ky., The plow factory resumed operations Monday after a three years giving employment to 1,000 men. One thousand additional workmen will be given employment gradually in tho , future. From a Steamer and Win Drowned. Fell Owextox, Ky., July 27. News has just reached here of the drowning of Tom Tate, a former citizen of this place, in the Kentucky river above Worthville; He accidentally fell from the Falls City .steamer. Avery ahut-down, Louisville, JLrtrr l'luir Factory Jlcinm.es. June 27 p're Life Insurance &. to recover upon a policy of insurance held upon the life of her husband, John Jacob Friedman, in the Home Benefit-societof New York; Uoth Ued Rn'vo. Pkixcetox, Ky., July3L Robert McGregor and James Uarman became involved in a difficulty at a country church near here, which rrsultod in both being badly cut. Neither party was able to be brought to town. They are both boys. $3,-000 y Subscriba Now! m99iri THB. Stabbed at a Knv'T.I vival meeting, five miles away, Bill 'McGregor fatally stabbed Jeaneth Harmon. Lie lit ami Katlnrjr I ails fluid. pADircAU, Ky., July 27. Mr. Goorge tric Pkixcetox, Ky., July 3U At a re- will stop mwcmt Mi ssssWisSa if Price, f Corrugated Tubing, z in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 85.00. I Manufactured by H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. rs Times' Loxdox, Pekin correspondent says that Li Hung Isao, grand councillor and member of the Tsungli Yatnen, is dead. He was a believer in a strong policy and was the chief opponent of Li Hung Chang, who will probably be promoted. It curls. Fnllet tu Lnwor Bedford. Mas., July 29. Neither obert J. (i:01X). or John (2:00), the famous pacers, was able to lower his record at Combination park Wednesday afternoon. Tbe best that Gentry could do was 2:07 flat, while RobertJ. was slower, 2:08X- COLORED EDITOR 8hot ad KUIttl la a la SCont- anti-forei- mm HE PAYS LX SStdP THE'.... THE . . . FREIGHT. ...TOD M!" PAT-FO- life-tim- R; DRINKS. 0. 5 SEGOKD STREET, PiKme.No. 3. , .. A A h; jS severe thunder and rainstorm hero lightning struck the Cumberland Presbyterian church and damaged it Sold by all rtruetrlsta orsnit tpon. receipt of t j"T "Pr,' C"ST -- ? price JSc, Me. and H pur bottlehy to tho extent of several thousand dol- home capitalists "Honest-Editoria- l Pokey. THE E. E. SUTllKnj. VM UCVICINE CO, lars. 21 olio I to a J illy. I'ADMXH, tV. i rXHSOO ir The Weekly LoalsviL'e Dlspuich and The Vbtsky tc a Hfanfoud, Ky., July i7. John S. 27-' Climax oueycsr for . SI.7S Ky., July 27 Four Orndorlf, of this place, who had just men nore arrested at Parson's "Has Recently been Convened Into a Modern Palace begun tiring? on a freight, was killed Regular Price Wccldy grouuds Monday for selling Sunday night. Ihu train was passing 91.00 and Ciuiuw tffi.2-j),- . liquor. It is estimated that a wagon a water tank, when, putting his head Halls anil Entrance aro ilarblo and Tiiln of tho Filled ti'i.ili load of whisky aud beer was sold there outs Wo. .of tho cab window, he was Sunday. struck by the spout and his head Having been appointed Tn;ste of the d of BriiUailt' Kew YelYet Garpst Adorn toe Floors 6h.t la the Drug Company, notice is hereby given 'wanted-fmashed tu a jelly. Ills father is an old Idea tn be-- settled that all accounts flat: said firm mast Lexixqtox, Ky., July 27. Jim Day, engineer. Immediately with the undersignid. P.VKLWStS AND Cl'i'KR HALLS. flr" Protect Tour Idfwt tlier may bring vou wealin - j, of Rowen county, shot A. G. Rose, a rWrite JOUJi WCUKtOililitil rcu ! Vf F.'l'OWErtS. Salcl'lr. blacksmith, in tho back Monday Dry. Waahlnstoti, D. CL. Tor laolr ?1333 prlsa Otter local STAxroitD, J. M. tuiil list of two LiuidrcJ LiTcstlous ttanted. Trustee. Bril- .night, during a fight, and Dr. Carrick Brady, of this Ky., July 27, n place, attempted suicide 'Offices. and OiningReom Beautifully Decorated and cut the bullot ont of Rose's neck. by taking'a dose of laudanum because gorovry, Ala. t System at Corbln, ri'catrto his sweetheart refused to wed him. j:2ntly Lighted. Montgomebt, Ala,, July 2a Editor Cobdix, Ky., July 27. L. WcL. HamAfter taking the Patterson, of the Argus, the colored ilton, president of the Hamilton Elec- home of the girl's dose ha went to tho informed paper here, was shot and killed shortly tric Co., New York, was hero Monday her of tho deed. tnuther.andonce sumof Uts Equinmontd throughoiitarj without a Snperior intke Wednesday in the Columbus preparing for tlie erection of an elec- moned a physician She at after noon ll and his life was ' ... fctreet Colored Baptist church. A con..3, tric light system In this city. Charges Consitlerod. saved. ference was in progress at the time Itnby Horn With Tectlu Sent to tbs, Lunatic JLsylnm. of Brown, tho admission and Paduc-vu- , Kjv, July 27. A baby boy novKiK8VliJ.E&Ky., July 57. Milton tbe deposed pastor of tho Dexter was born, to .Mr. and Mrs. G. C Bas,t Cartright, of Caldwell county, IC years Opened laext door t( Richmond National Banlc5rJBelow:;Ave Avenue Baptist church, was under 10 miles from this old, who has iujltlie'past'veck mado ;. qiioia a lew of ourpriees: S discussion. Patterson opposed Brown's of Florence Station, Improvem-n- t. , city, Monday, possessing two wlL dor; three 'attempts ito suicide, stabbing ,- - Havo Been Expended in This Eecont admission and Stokes, pastor of ilia vefoped" "Best OrannUtted Sc2aiiaQ lbs. front teeth. t himself in the' throat with a fork Sun- Columbus street cnurch, Javorcd it. -. Arbuckle's Coffee a fiyjl for. .for. i1. ?" "'n '" " Knntucuy l'i..nntr Appointed. d .y, was placcdHn the Vtstrn Xuna-Uot words ensued. Patterson struck .. UKsMtrauff Cannea Cdrtf 7Jic. Z far. lr Wasuixqtox, July 27; TheJoUow-in- g t. asylum, near this city, Monday. Bestltraad Canned Tqfiiatoes 5 cans for.,. Stokes in- the face when, the report of fny" 'js 51anl Tvtf 4 lh ;. . J? u V''!?ZH?-1Ttt ",,u postmasters were appointed in Ilia wounds may be fatal. a piitol was heard and Patterson fell ..jL. Tted SUr Wah BoardjfTi b i,,... TL v Kentucky Monday: Bet, Carter county, iti.i.5.) MVi Jlest Coal Oil Dr calM b o - .L dead. Several arrests have been made S. ' JT. litre Stick . CnndyjalMf fori 7and there Is great excite'ment among L. S.- Hoibrook; Dalton, IlopTcins Jo'mcco Uara Oetrod ILuauil aLuj.M.lu.,..11 ai . . W.C.A.-- .1UJ 1... Wjy5..ir.J!S5?0Jt.w--.VM.- liBOOKSviLLS, ' county, John D,BelL the Negroes. t large tobacco barn andl'stablo" bclontr- i"i.'i-j"6A .- mi Jgojxl'simgroj K)rtTori to'ntfmifpuis p 'inention.- - Givej Lm. m, H-VaTree F.l'S oa Uitn. --MnmM-wYonncslf Fireman Killed. b-- i jlng to James "Walker near 'this, pVace, w m mm eiu jt 1..1 din Ti...n..-.i.u- . r1 WB' was struck: by llgimnnjf aiia,Durue, jJCKixoxoxivy., jaiy ? ?z neeii;. woioiflte r r. ' "4f SanfoMrTJlthei" . Brown was engaged Wednesday In hiv.-- ' t3 B. B& s, IV 3J IB BfBBVBI BI :t r i. it V Ti to the ground U.he,birn conteiu'eU a' Ui r Oa VT "H c eraM t of- V. Aba m a tree, iMrlilM yonngestTfireKiaH' on the"K,4; Nsv-- . i.- - .ni-JT ft , ' V jri ui; 4r l.tit ,MV'OUppj .VaMMf iiHfmmnw the tree fell 'est. UledU SOO'b'uaNfta t wbeaC Tit -wrr-?r!j and 3 ...iiM aMMjr. na.. Lr . - 1srAir e lswill rtafili Sri". ; "" " 't ff k? ? 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These i"ates er.:iMe the public to visit Xa.r. other Southern points at rates never before offered, baled trains of the finest class are at the dhxi.w passengers, affording a most plcuoant trip, and enaluui to visit the veiy" interesting scenery and important ..it' 1 .mWm' S-r.- I Cim-n:;..i- : - i ' . 1 . ..1 - il-- . K- - tuc ill. I Y-ar- miii I ifiLLMHU I hptm I II1 XOXJIS"" -- -- Tl-l- r camp-meeti- ng Di-yalcf- Notice to Debtors. c Bich-mon- N-c- IS'2000 a. - ds UED-nilU- Ait-nint- ed , je3u-t- w " big-li- A New., Clueap Cash feocery V 'j.. -- - 1 JRJ3TES, - $2 li Si . u". - -.i Ky.,-.Jul- y 27.--T- -"- . , ..ax .. . S2.50 PER DSV. ynu a dorfE,-agedJlG- f jOther -- .r-rfO- r s - v"t" orr t ti. .J.J, Ii tf! .z - r anixotaujC, ' -- - -- . ir t- S. L1-- ," 'ifr' f WU&KB& Prejraetor; iirnlf uLltli ft A . - v i ur '' bib iMflrt w A( Af tin .iti ia ill W awake, - i . -