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LIT KENTUCKY, quarters on eighteenth street, and more closoly confined in the' noted Libby prison, corner of Twentioth and Gary strcots. which is, now nearly emptied of Yankeo wounded. The officers left their rather comfortable quarters reluctantly, but misconduct of some of thetn rendered the change necessary ami imperative. Their personal effects cots, lounges, nnd baggage were all removed with them, and tart- - a oro running all day between the two places. It is to bo hoped, if their comfort is not enhanced here, lin-isecurity will be. Copied from the r MAX. "Ming else The like -- ? VOLUME XL COUNTY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1897. toim ox-rf r331 o NUM33EK' 11. m A wish to caution all users of Simmons Xivr Regulator on a subject of the deepest Mil-reitnd imjortance to their health vrhs.p their hvra. The sole proprietors nd tnafcora of Simmons liver Regulator JMrn Uint customers are often deceived by and biking some medicine of a tiyin aimi'ar appearance or taste, believing it to le Amnions Liver Regulator. We warn you that unless the word Regulator is on i he package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Livrr Regulator. No one else makes, or ever has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmon Liver Regulator, but J. II. Zeilin &. Co., and no medicine made x by anyone else is the same. PWe alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not help you as vou are led to expect they will. Bear this fact well in mind, if you have lwen in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, bectose th name was somewhat like it, and tha package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipa-tioHeadache. Dypepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. we ask you to loot lor yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and "by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZEILIN & CO. W al, n. WARNING. oratois, with nn endless Cow of words, nnd more lung power tlinu bnun power, poured forth their sttcaiug of descriptions of the vast waves of prosperity that would engulf the country and bring songs of Kindness to the lips of hundreds who Silver-tongued gilt-edg- e were wont to complain of suffering and privation, if the sovereign voters would but march up to the polls on election day and deposit their ballots for McKin-le- y aud the gold basi. Caught by the glowing descriptions then poured into their ears, contrasting them with the condition which prevailed around them, they voted for the wavo of prosperity. The air was filled with their shouts of exultant rejoicing when thenens of the election cninc in Smiles wreathed the mouth of the shaven, while the beards of those who wore whiskers shook like ball gras3 in a wind the list for some time to come. . . . Collector Yerker has made a long li6t of appointments of stockholders nnd gangers, hut alas, aud alas, no Jessamine Republican can be found on the list with a magnifying ghua but here's betting that Judge Bob Wilinore will evidentuallj'git thar. . Conipbiuts from storekc-- p' ra and gaugers aie being tiled with the Civil Sen ice Commitsion alleging discrimination by new Collectors, some of whom are giving assignments only to mou . . J. M. known to bo Republicans. Belts was in Richmoud Wednesday trying to trace tho whereabouts of that lato civil service examination he thinks he "'passed." Nicliolasville Democrat. Collector Yerkes took formal charge of the 8th district Saturday afternoon. From tho present outlook he will be exceedingly slow iu making appointments and the faithful will have to wait with patience for pie. Dltdi her out, Bro. Yerkes, thu boysare awful hoimry. Jessamine Journal. ' Mi ANDY CATHARTIC it" We Sand it FREE! TO i most refreshing: and pleasant Soap for the skin. weak mmm Yonng and Old. Rejoice Willi us 10$ 25 50 ifivam'mM,irrI trtji aTi. ? in the. Discovery. DRUGGL5T5 a i cy e-- j m il i a m a hm 1 1 ABSOLUTELY GOARMTEED tils and booklet free. Ad. STKitMNfl KEHK!r ().. Chlnco. Montreal. Cad., orArn Torlt. o0 lVC 0 Sr'Sa.2S7li.Sak.S S ttl.h c pMNEQOS I 111 POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthfulncss. Assures the food ngainrt alum and all onns of adulteration common tothe heap brands, rotai, baking powdebco., JfBW YORK. Uirhmond Examiner. JSoap. m 02A J2ft ?-- The Richmond Examiner wages that the cartel for the exchange of prisoner's delivers a surplus of 8.000 Yankee prisoners and leavo-- citizens seized at will by tho Yankees, to rot in dungeons." j If you m$i BRIDGEFORD'S STrajty AunsrjTx r&3 the JIOIIXT ItUKSEBYSDATH When a man lias suffered for years with a weakness that bliphts hid life and robd him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possess the moral conrage to stop his downward course. We will send vou by mail, AUSOLITE-hFIIKK, in plain package, the Y I)K. lllimiAN'S VlTAIi le--il are vy Vf , ECONOMIST RANGE. It lasts twice as lonr merit. s antee to permanently core with a LUST Knsr S. - SOME PENSION FIGURES. storm. Oh ! yes, everything was going to be prosperous, e cry body happy. Yes, everything was going to be lovely. But the loveliness has not appeared. Bleak ! blew' the winds of adversity, and before them have tottered ninny of the banks d cash of whirh eontaiu the n mechanics and artisans. Snows of lie upon the promises of politicians while the wot king men bland out in the cold, longim: fur that wave of prosperity, that, like n "ihinoc" wind, is to temper the industrial atmosphere and start the bud of hope swelling. They wait in hard-earneob-Iii- - Simmons Liver Regulator, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IMISS 311h KKll CULDK.S'. VHin. STENOGRAPHER Klt'IIMONIi, E.?OjJicc adjoining A. .' AND TYPEWRITER. Kentucky. .1 .R Burnam' t. ) BETSYS. K. W. MILA.BRl Attoehkv-at-La- Kentucky. Office In the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y Farmer's National Banl Richmond, C P. BURNAM. W. 8. MODIiBLEV. r For&ale by all druggists and dealers la Rwlielnt. We hnvo read of Maud on a summer Manufactured only by the proprietor, new-moday, who raked, barefooted, tho Attorxeyb-at-Law- . may26-6jY. hay, we have read of the maid iu RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. of a tl ion wind incandescent lamps. Soft Heodsvlllf. Pn. the early morir. who milked the cow GEO. W. KII.EY 0 music, swelling to Oppicr. in Bnrnara Building, recently oluniptuous fulness, raayft-6nwith the crumpled hrn; nnd we've read pled by A. R. Burnam. and ng.iiu dying dow n bo as to most pows that the poets sing of the rustOf Slielbyville, Ky., Recommends erfully affect the emotions, fill the room ling com aud thu How ere of spring, but . STJXjXjZ-ST.AJSJ- ". JEL Wright's Celerv Capsules. as gay maidens and matrons and gallant of all the lays of tongue or pen, there's Slielbwille, Ky., May 20, '96. To uucsls display their jewels and costly K. U. DIVISION. Wright Medical Co.. Col., O.: tiaiiKht like the lay of the Red House drotnnjM. Sports crow more numerous w, A TTO UN E Y- - at-L- a Gents I have purchased a n of hen. Long, long before Maud rakes the They contain . on the water3 of Silver Creek. In Effect 3I.Rcn 1, 1S0O. afsX Wrieht'a Celery Capanles from G. N. and more costlv Lavish expenditure KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, hay the Kiiksville hen has begun to lay; Kentucky Fair Dales. respectively 85 and 16.1 acres, and arc well Miililelton. rirnmrist, nnd nsed them for for public and private entertainments is lv. Expreea for Cincinnati, arv and ere the milkmaid stirs A 'peg, the Offirc over Tnvlor's Hardware store, At the annual meeting ot the Ken- watered and well improved farms. There Sour Stoiiwli.Torpiil Liver and Constia. M. Paris, Marseille, Win- - i. jt. no better land in Madison county, most of it are heralded in the newspapers, and the Court lionet, on Main Street. lieu id up and has dropped her "egi:; the tucky Fair Association, in the Willard pation and found tlist they cave me imChester and Lexington bclnj vie various members of suobocracy Soi.fl mediate relief every time. 1 think it an corn must rustle and flowers spring if Friday afternoon, the following were 6.25 mail. "JM punc-tureles- s, excellent remedy. cle ted officers for the coming ear: with each other in their efforts to make LAND- .BOTTOM II. B. HOGG, they hold their own with the barnyard Cincinnati. Paris, Jlays-p- . President, W. I. Samueln, the greatest display of their wealth. Yours very truly, ring. If Maud is needing a hut and gown, Vice Presidents, J. II. M.illory, Bowling 3t. ville, 'Winch ester and A TTORNEY A T LA W. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by 1.05 2.0o Lexington mail. Keen ears citch the wail of agonizing she dosen't hustle her hay to town ; she Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond; turnpike to schools, chcrches, railroads, mills, 9 Geo. W. Rilev. Kentucky. Richmond, Livingston, London, Jel- etc., all within a mile or White's Station Post mothers mingled with tho strains of iroes to the store and obtains her suit Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. Carroth Office, ten miles from Ktchinond. 1.10 lico, Tineville. 1255 high music, and the moans of those who with a basket full of her fresh hen fruit; ers, "Louisville. d cash, Office No. 13 Fin,t SL. up stairs. TERMS Sale will be made to make The committee appointed Fast line for Livingston, a. '. BED WETTING CURED w ith its echoes. die of wHut commingle Atif the milkmaid's beau makes a Sunday list of dates for this season's fairs sub- balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, 3 11 11.13 London.Jellico.Knoxville Each diamond sparkles with the luster ORKOPAY. Mas. B. M. ROWAN Milwaukee, GRANT E. LILLY, call, she dosn't feed him milk at all, but mitted the follow tug, which was adopt- address mch3-l- y a. m- - Fast line for Cincinnati, p. m. Wis. of a million tears while the rubies glow works up eggs in a custard pie aud stuffs ed by the meeting: Geo. D. White, 11.43 3 19 Paris. Wincliestsr. A TTORNEY-- T LA II', d Rlizabethtown, Tuesday August 24. wrung from the bodwith the him full of chicken fry; and w hen the old r m. Rowland. Lancaster and a. m White's Station. Ky. bepteni-be- r feb3-t- f Bowling Green, Wednesday, 1O.10 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Kentucky. ies of those w ho toil from year's end to 1.20 S'tanfonf. Richmond, man wants a horn, does he take the 1. Rowland, Lancaster awl yeai's end with no hope but tho grave. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. druggist a load of corn? Not much! He I'adncah, Tuesday, September, 7. 6 :"() 7:25 Manford. Ofllcc S. W. corner M tin and Second "The heaven of the rich is built on the be Lor.g Troubles and Cons'jmpton Can Owonton, September 15, 4 (lays simply robs a nest and to town he goes For further particulars call on or address, TakoLaiathe Bromo Quinine Tablets. All streets up stairs. Will practice in all hell of the poor" Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. Cured. you know tho rest. He lingers there and KUPER HOOD, Agt. the courts of Madison and adjoiuing 25c. For sale by W G. White, Druggist, RichTelephone IS. Side by side we Bee tho most abject mch3-6i- n talks, perchance, of true reform and mond, Ky. he counties and Court of Appeals. squalor, and the greatest display of luxAn Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist correct feenancc, while his poor wife to Telephone Your "Cousin," Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers ury. If the wave of prosperity has stajs at home and scowls, but is saved J O. & D. M. CHENAULT, Frukfort Si Gineina&ii swept across tiro continent no one has e fowls; for from want by those A. The distinguished New York chemist. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, found it out. The coal miner, smeared BROADDUS, Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of T. rewhile her husband lingers there sh a All persons holding claims aipinat the estate liable and absolute cure for Consumption L. L I Kentucky over with the black from the mines, has Richmond, watches the cackling hens with care, of Jas. Tevls, deceased, must present same to (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, Hunley's Old Stand. Ia Effect March 1, 1887. not been lifted one inch out of his prethroat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn and gatheis eggs, and the eggsshe'll hide mo, properly proven on or before Oct. 1, 1897. 33 No. 28. coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline a vious condition of privation, and, iu Oilice on Second street, over Chcn-DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. D.U. TEVIS, till she saves enough to stem the tide. and caxness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FKEE u It's gruccry. IS the executor of th; last will of Wra. It. fact, lias had to stand a reduction iu waAdministrator. Then hail, all hail, to the "Waco hen, the augtl-2BOTTLES vall different) of his New DiscovIIokks, dee'd., and by virtnrc of the power " authority therein conierrea upon me, any afflicted reader of the Climax ges. Those who run the trains, man and greatest blessing of all tomenl Throw up EAST BQUND. kih F.1K1 SUBS VldGMUS. eries to for them. wntintr will on The committee on transportation ap your hats and make Rome howl for the a.Bi. p m. till the Boil, card, spin, weave, CREEN CLAY, the ships His "New Treatment" has cured thousands Lve Frankfort- "6 30 3 110 consid 6 3 'JO I permanently by its timely use, and hesuuenng Arr ElVhorn hake, saw aud hammer, find it as hard pointed by the department commander ptrBcering barnyard fowl. Corn may be K ff Li C.9 ft N - xS I CiT Y-3 ers it a simple proiessionai auty to A A TTORNE A h W. 8 51 333 SunUer. means of M, 123?, humanity to donate a trial of bis infallible .is oyer to bupply themselves with the of Kentucky to secure the best 3 i ' Stamping Ground king, but its plain to be seen the Madicure. Kentucky. Richmond, . 7 W 3t "' Duvalls necessities and comforts of life, and the tiaiisportation to the Slst national en- son hen is the Kentucky Queen. Science daily develops new wonders, and 1 15 7 30 GcorgetowB this great at alxrat 10:30 o'clock, a m., at tho rcsldcnve 8 Ol K. "U.- S'"IMT, vast army of the unemployed constantly campment, G. A. K., to be held at Buffl'MY. i :b Jl. years, ha3chemist, patiently experimenting for Arr Newtown- produced results as bemScial to Lve Oeorgetown of said Wm. R. Bosgs, dee'd., near Richmond, 8 12 "Tho Daily Rebel." 1? Collections solicited. humanity as can be claimed by any modern Ky . sell nt public auction to the highest aid MatPEFFEa'SNERl'Sft&DM' increases. This army of idle people en- alo, N. Y., August 23 to 28, 1897, have 1 K. . 822 Centreville 4 IK best bidder tho following personal and real Elizabeth It act Dowerfally and qolouy. Cares wl en - genius. His assertion that lung troubles and dangers the security ot those who have selected the Louisville & Nashville to The above is the title of a paper property.to-mt- : & 10 8 W jtnors nn. Youn men regain lost rairberi'. o! consumption are curable in any climate r Paris " by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," ..um Cincinnati, Big Four Route Cincinnati kindly furnished ua by Mrs. J. M. fine oxen; two extra fine yearmen recoverTouihful vlror. ..fwmcK iy physicians Ouo yoke of work, causing the man with a job to WEST BOUND. ling catt'e; one milch cow; two calves; three nntel to Cnra .iVrvoiwncn, X.nnt If lltj Eroven his American and European laboratoImiwlrucy, a.m. p.nu Tti.nvri ries in world. thousands from those cured In all parts head of horses; five sowiinnd seventeen shoats; either cx, "!rhtty.Eiataal.aa. Wnstlau JH hate and dread the man who has no job, to Cleveland, Lake shore road Cleveland Poyntz, of this city. Upon the marI'nlllns st alsut 9 20 5 30 of the Lve Piris some fanning implements; onehalf Interest in -- a.cn, and all $tcU rf53eraorr, or excufs a one who has no work hates to Buffalo, and hereby designate above gin in lead poncll appears tho followhiletlie 3 K 9 32 Medical experts concede that bronchial, Arr Elizabeth a Deld of about 27 acres of growing corn; some Indltcrrtio. Wartl ou Insanity cncl ronsucipllo DR. II. II. GIBSON, 9 33 6 IS . chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, Centreville one new inv ilid chair. roads as the bfricial route. Kit drninrlst iuipc"Oa'wortSilcs9Su'J.t no c bacon; and Ooa't and envies the one who is so fortunato ing: Win. Berry Baylcss, Juno 22, f 9 13 n be . S28 nmGt. liersinKO It yliO a pratv-which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer' Newtown.. ?'0u STEJC ICOJt. or send for taoo S 10 Georgetown tain death. smile that The department of Kentucky headquar- 'SH. as to have employment. The PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Also the Following Tracts of Can to curried In Tct pocket. i'rc"ald plilr tm , 98 Pine Lre Georgctowm 10 10 C30 Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M Central Un per. SX per boi. or Iir ccl. with A Joiti express The Rebel was rpublished every giving poitoffice Kentucky. wreathed the face of the gullible voter ters special train will leave .10 56 5 It Kichmokd. or Jlerunil Lands, to-WOnnranlce rltton Pamphlot frw.to Cure 1rutltv A Vr- t"- street. New York,free medicine will and prompt- Att Duvalls- - Ground 11 10 6 13 be address, and tko Stamping ion deiot,. Cincinnati, at 8 p. m Sunday, morning by Franc M. Paul at Chattaoltl by U.ncr. when McKiuley's election was an 1I K 659 ly sent. Sufferers shonld take instant advan" Switzer One tract containing about 215 acres, former7C tage of his generous proposition. 1135 into a look of dis August 22, and arrive at Buffalo the fol- nooga. Tenn." 'The copy before us, constituting a part of tho Alex Tribble. Elkhorn. nounced, has turned ly 1155 Office in the Joe Ccilins building, iS and ao Sec720 Please tell the Doctor that you saw his yoner J" Frankfort estate and which Is now occupied by Joseph B. Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and f. G. 8:30. The, headquar- No. 9, lowing morning at ly7-lappointment, and of rage. yellowwith age, appeared Au17in the Richmond Climax. ond Street, over White .old drucitore. Cornelison, and which aJjoins the land of Jno. C. D. BEKCAW. Gen'l Pass. Agent. ters train will consist of elegant D. Harris, J. C Brontton, John Mason and White. And they need not expect anything gust 9, 1862. Thts late Senator Isham GEO. B. HARPEK, Gen'l Supt. others in Madison county. Ky. At Waltkb Aidell'b Livkuy Stable. vestibuled daylcoaches, baggage G. Harris was Governor, and he isCHAS. HOOKER, One other tract conta ning about 117 acres, better w bile we are crowned with a gold Frankfort, Kentucky. harness,- - cheaper and known as the James Black place and which All kinds of band-mapalace sleepiug sued standard; while monopolization of nat car aod elegant Wagner "General Order No. 7," ordering than can bo bought any where in BIchmond. adioins the tract above tamed. VETERINARY SURGEON, iratt cuuumuiub Wm Also ural sources of woalth remain; while cars, aud will run through solid from an encampment of State Troops, and Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction acres, one omer the home place ofauuu. It.j known as Ohio Graduate Ontario Veterinary feb21-t- f people's money Cincinnati to Buffalo without change. requesting volunteers for twelvo gnaranted. BogRS, dee'd , and which adjotn3 the tract last politicians f quandur the mentioned ttbo o. S. J. Gates, General Agent, months, as prescribed In tho Acts of -appropriation; while special privileges Comrade The last two named racts will be offered Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. iu separately and then as i. whole, and that bid "Big Four Route," will be in charge of the General Assembly, for trio defence Office up stairs over New York Store, corner last, and working men are fools enough Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. will be accept'-- which j iclds most money to 46- (IN KENTUCKY.) Mmn and Kirot streets. Richmond decedent's estate. to uphold them by their votes, and by Department Headquarters train between of the Stato." Col. Leon Trousdale These lauds are in a hi?h state of cultivation WEST BOUND. force of aims, so long will all the horrors Cincinnati and Buffalo, and will per- was in command of the encampment; and finely timbered, woll watered and have Schedule In effect May S. 1807. An education n Harvard, Yale, S 33 am Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom IT. C. good fencing thereon K comfortable dwelling sonally look to the comfort and welfare Major G. S. Bailing, Quartermaster; JU.DI of our present day life continue and or any other college or institution ? 30 act Exprets for Louisville. Eastern on each of the three traces.. Medicine and Surgery. a 3 00 pm Na 1. No. a EA3TDOUSD Morehead and Lexington Accom. This property will be sold without reserve or of learning in the United States, more prououueed. The disease of of comrades en route. comissary. grow Major Daniel F. Cocke, 1 50 pin New York Limited F. F. Y limit at the time and place mentioned; and Lv. LouUville . t 45am 4.20pm asipm Office Collins Building, Main Street. Comrades, with their families and Attested by"W. O. WhUthomo, Att'y. or in the New England Conservapoverty aud want gnaws its way toward 9.10am 5.47pm possession for seeain? privileges win oe given Ar. SholbyvlUa. Music, can be Becured by 1 residence tory of (the Cnrr place) on Telephone EAST BOUND. in tho fall of 1897, and full possession on Jan- Ar.Iyi'reneob'g 9 Mam aSSrm 9.50pm Insure your homes and Lexington and Morehead Accom tho vitals of society, and must eat on friends, who are located on lines other Gen. Broadway. 10,17am tKpm a 10pm uary 1, 18S8. 9 15 mi anv voting man or womau who is Ar. VersatUos.. O' vf v lQSOam 7.3pm 10 10pm t 11 5S act Ar. Lexinzton.. Kentucky. like a cancerous affection until society is than the official route, cau join the party Conscription Law is given in a iu earnest. Write for particulars Tho .CMT lUIkJ.IUUkCUC.Ct it. business Richmond, TEKM8. The persona, property will bo sold 6 30 pni Lexington and Mt-- Sterling Accom. No. d No. i. WKolIiOU.ND at Cincinnati aud go by special train from full. Here are souto items: and for V quicklv. JAMES D. BALL, forcash for oil sums undar ten dollars, destroyed unless the cause such of povpn 0 Washington Express 1.10pm S. Jnam. all sums in excess of that amount a credit will Lt. LexlnKtou.... rV 30'Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. there. Tickets are on sale August 20th erty is removed. ft.i8.rn "A special dispatch from Richmond bo given until January 1 1838, but negotiable Ar. Vorsilllcs.... a 15am DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Accommodation trains run dally except Sun8.35am &00pm ft. 15am notes with apnroved sure ty thereon will be re- Ar.La'roncob'u. . . day. Other trains run daily. No presidential election, the success of to 23rd, inclusive, aud will be honored to the Atlanta Intollgencer states quired from the purchasnrs. S.8am MSpic & iftam Ar. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Through sleeping and dining car scrvlco to on the following Ax. Sholbrvlllo... for continuous passage only in both di- that Gens. Bucknor, Tilgmnu, Macall ia55am a 15cm S (Mam The real estate will be bo13 Loulsvilloi... New York. no political party, nor yet the act of terms, Kentucky. rates orslecperreervation Richmond, ONE OF TWO WAYS. represerifMAvo of the most For information, K. HOOD. Agcnf t&N.Ey., Congress or the legislative bodies of tho rections; good going only on date of sale, and Pottigrew havo arrived in Rich Trains Nob. 1, 2, 5 and 9 carry Free ObservaOne third payable January 1, 1818, and the call on orwrlte remainder on and payable in one and two tion Chair Cars. reliable Insurance Companies or GEORGE W. BARNEY. Bkhmond. Ky. State, can cure the disease of n gold and will permit of return without execu- mond, together with sovoral officers years from January 1, IS"., in equal InstruOffice in Smith Building, No. 104 Main Street, np per The bladder was created for ono pur- ments, with interest at the rate of six18US, cent, BAflTBOUSD. in the United States and reD. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington. Sy. standard that is killing all that is grand tion at Buffalo, provided return journey of lower grade. atairs. Office hours 13 to 1 ana 4 to 50 ciocic WBsTBontn. until per annum thereon from January 1, slowly, but is commenced prior to September, 1, '97. "No less than 80,000 pounds of molten pose, namely, a receptacle for tho urine, paid. No 13 and noble in humanity, and No. li No. 11 vi It spectfully ask for a share of will An extension of return limit may be load were among the spoils qi our lato and as sucli it is not ILiblo to any form On January 1, 1898, tie lands sold will be 4.X0O.U 7 4am Lrtoulsvll Ar d 15pm 1(1 Mam your patronage. Who eaa think surely undermining the very constitu DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, be dMpm aiiam ArLarncbrgArj attptn 9 Sam conveyed by deed when the purchaser Wanted-f- ln of tome slmpkt obtained to leave Buffalo not later than victories near Richmond. uungta patent' ol dise.iso except by ono or two ways. required to execute negotiable notes for the .I.Sipm 1045am ArHarodsbgAr 4.S3pm 7.33am Kentucky tion of civilized society. It is a desper a, lien will be retained Protect your lilea: tarrmay' tatag you wsalilv. Richmond, ROCK, Ar uurgln..liv S. 7am Wrlto JOHN WXODEUBDRN A CO, Iatent AttorTho first way, is from impeifect action of deferred payments, and tie payment of same. ,7.10pm! .a:.8-sov-erheroic treatment. Seplemlier 20, 1897, provided tickets are "The number of inmates in tho ate disease and requires in the deed to secure neys. Waahrottdn. D. C for tbelr 1JC0 prlxa offer or .... WSBTBOtHP. I iay KASTBOUSD. y .. aad Uxt ot two hundred lavmuocs waated. 26S Sec. Street, rrjp Stairs). hospitals in Richmond has do the kidneys. The second way is from TlinnnrrhHRennav. hownver.excess- all .UA such JToTTT tNO 67 STATIONS Na iflitNaeal Ignorance, prejudice, folly; these three deposited with joint agent at Buffalo bel"1 oi vac uuc part r . the purcnase prion:iin ot Telephone at office and residence. V foul Miirits of the dark past hold the tween August 23rd and 27th, both dates creased so of lato that it has been careless locat treatment of other diseases. third requiredtoto be paid on January 1, 1893, as '1.30pm 7.15am Lt Louisvll Ar .u&ftam t) Ifipm do. he may elect reSiiTpm 9.10am Ar Sholbvll Ar 9.rCam & 15pm deemed more economical to remove minds of the people in bondage and it is inclusive. A fee of 25 cents will be .CSI3F OA'JSE. This July 21, 1897. a 50pm 10.17am ArVerslles Ar 8.05 am 415pm W. EVANS, M. D., Executor. jiyas-i- w quired iu connection with each ticket the few patients to other hospitals Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidG. 7S)pm lLMim AvMfflwav Arl 7.11am ISSpm only by driving them forth, and forbid7.S0pm ltlftpsi Ar Oeorgtn LtI 7 15am 500pm deposited for extension of return limit, and close them while they undergo neys is tho chief causo of bladder ding their further influence that the HON. C. T. CALDWELL, vrB3TBoan. aismousa. collected at time of renovation for the reception of vic- troubles. So the womb, liko the bladpeople may hope to rid themselves of this amount to be PlIT8ICIAN and Subgeon, tNo 6 tNa tNo. L tNa 5. BTATI0S8. deposit. The office of the joint agent at tims of future battles. None of tho der, was created for one purpose, and if m S15pmi the oppression of a gold standard that is 7. Lata cZ)pm l.v LouWtU Ar lu MOpm1 Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. crushing out their lives and blasting all Buffalo is located at Nos.tJOO, 302 and 304 hospitals now contains half the num- not doctored too much is not liable to of Parkersburg, Vf. Va., Recom 1020jm 6.7pm Lv Verllc3 Ar S.!&m 410pm 11.00am ?2lipm ArNlchlvlllAr Washington Street, upon the ground floor ber of wounded that they did a weolc weakness or disease, except in rare cases. rnendtj "Wrigals Celery lL&8pm 8.S0pm Arltlchmo'dLv a 05am 3, l"pm hope of future betterment LlOpm; LOSpm Ar Irvlno Lv DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Building. " after the late battles. "Capsules. It iVsituated Jiack of and very close-tLnarn the cause of your sufferings, all of Elhcott Square Na L so. a K w BTATJON8. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, o Tho lines selected by the Transporta"Tho Democratic convention m&tat the bladder, therefore any pain, disease 7.1fia in Hutu who complain, and laying aside all secLt. Louisville...... IQWam 14 10pm compose tho leading Iudiatfapolls on the SOtln 50,000 in at- or Inconvenience manifested in the kidKentucky. tional, national or religious prejudice, tion committee Ar. Lexington. . Richmond, ' - Pakkekuoeo, W. Va., HOUpm ZSOam of the country, and we re Ar. Knoxvllle.... .. LI 6pm tendance. It is tho largest ever hold neys, back, bladder or urinary' passage is join yoar efforts in trying to overcome trunk lines Ar.AshovllIe l.am 500am v. Office and residence on Third Street. January 20, 1095. assured by tho officials of theso lines that in the state. 'Gov. Hendricks pre- often, by mistake, attributed to female Ar Savannah the difficulties that beset your path. tt 10am Ar. Jaolfonvlllo.... power will be done sided; Wickliff, of Ky.; Richardson, weakness or womb trouble of soma sort. The AVrioht Met. Co., o 7.10pm aooim Your piefcnt evils are upon you by everything in their "r Ar. Co&ttinoorfa.. WPS" ' Hfc wWKj- -' 3JENTAL STOGESY. a warn lttesm, Columbu3,J0hio. to make tho trip a safe, pleasant and en- Voorhies, Carlisle and others were The error is easily made and may be as Ar. Atlanta o reason of an unjust financial policy 8.15am il lupin Ar. Itacon & Pn 9 10pm Btuampresent. Resolutions were passod de easily avoided. To find out correctly, Gontlemen: TJhtvo been iishir Ar Jackson vlllo. whfoh vou should strive to throw off -joyable one. aOJpm A 06am route of the Headquarters Depart nouncing ,5110 prosecuuou oi. nits wo set your urine aside for twenty-fou- r Wright's Celery Ca)sifles 3lco Novem- Lv. Chattanoo3., Tho SMITH, yoke of bondage. Heaven helja 101 tarn as a lLMpm DR. A. WILKES Ar. lllrmlngham. is through the following opposing subjugation or coercion de- hours; a 'sediment or settling Indicates ber, 1S94, ami find tlitm to bo as recom- Ar. Meridian .. . o 4.16 am KCpm, those who help themselves. Let us ment Train iirst bepin 1133am wpig DENTAL SURGEON, 3 Dayton, nouncing emancipation in every form, kidney or ..bladder trouble. Tha mild mended. 1 SpringaJtAilc, taking them Ar. New Orleans. towns and cities: Cincinnati, under treat- . Va I curries while at Hot Kentucky unite for protection from this oar Louis Springfield, Columbus, Galion, Cleveland and "calling for an entire change in the and the, extraordinary effect of Dr Richmond, ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver anil Lexington there Frm Chair with Solid vile to Ykti-- l law of the land. Vote it out! coanectluj MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Car via' and Ashtabula, Ohio; Erie, Ra.; Dun administration. 'Wickliil said he the trreat kidney and Stomach troubb. Constipation which L IniloTraln Obk Bee See. building.. Main Street. Office had been a long sufferer, 1 found the Chattanooga to uinningnam ana .ion vrrirtas Orncs-Sm- lth Buffalo, N..Y. kirk aud was o; the Union if tho South and bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yon Celerv Capsules cavil mo irreat relief ". No,Scarrle4 Pullman Sleepsr Loutsvlli) to ionri, 9:00 to 1 M.J 1:00 to 4 I. M. W. H. Haktos, ifeTPractice limited to dentistry. slavery- - were not to be interfered with, need jl medicine yotr should havo the from tfie begtuiiiUK,arjl havo usel thsm Ckattanooaa. and Atlanta, mso Lcxlagftui'to REMARKS. Hot Sorlnsrs. AshOvllM lj -I C. II, BLIS3, ' AXD ALL KINDS- QEKETERY WORK. but if war was waged to free slaves best. At druggists fifty cents and ono ever siuco. With iilpsartf,, and - and, Jncksonvlllcvlt . Lexlngtoa to NewOr Comoartment Sleeper J. A. Yates. 3. CMoboax. recoinmenijjtlicrn a anyi leans. j Committee on Transportation not another drop of blood should bo dollar. You may have a. sample bottlo Collector Rodes lias taken good care of tDally EtceM Sunday all wiffering with Jik'elkfilictiotis or clthor r c For further particular prices, &?., address, spilled and pamphlet lib'th senf freebyaail. 'ofthwu.' very uulyjypurs. MORGAN & YATES, Official: AT. A.". S. X. Swwr.P. 'J?A, his homo county in the matter of - "The, nunurea ana ntty oau xankea Mentiontlie'CuMAJr ami jsend ydurad-dres- s Lexlagtoif DENTLSTS, Tratavllle.'KT. n gaugcrshlpsand fourteen gen- Gbobcib T. Gkikstead, spt.r v jc, uvu i toirTltilrner & Co.Bn:hamtpn officers; including generals, "majors, fit W- 4'..- - Price w:n smwcs, Kentucky. tlemen from Bovlo are now under assign- Afsistant Adjutant General. Richmond, uniiKist, ..SrSOl'l BV I. TTirhlMHr; D. C WWUBCM ""1 eoloueifl.MleUUuaiita, land captain's, 'Nsy TfiefDroprletors-o- f J4 Ii CUladr4-A.1rii.A.trWtha 'paper. 1IruA.; -- 3V A. J. THARP. " i ". . . I inonL With tho civil service rsfcijlati&ns f? tf .jt, i. i TV ' "T 1c WcewaiHi,?i.w iw icM)f'j.." LflAimatb ' ? Department CompHmd'er..r were ltwyaromoyijpijwVHWj T C store "" .- -. J OrpcB-M- ata Street, pvw Madison they rHay.refflifn ohJL j thea,' 3 A rose-tinted, nURNAM MOBERLEY. Since the election held last fall, and the tiiumph of the "honest" nioncyites, banks containing bundrede of thoiwiids of dollars of poor people's earning, have suspended by the score. Wages have been rednctd. Hours of lalor have been shortened, and vaiious industries cl(cd dow n. Thousands of people w ere frozen to death for the want of fuel, and deaths from starvation are too shockingly numerous for contemplation. A condition of universal uurest, despair aud pallid want maintains throughout the l.md, aud everyday witnesses scenes that would make angels weep, if such things existed, and Jacobs ladder was still Btretched from earth to heaven. Elegant ball rooms glisten in the light The collectors office at Richmond was formerly transferred Saturday from Mr. Rodes to Mr. Yerkes. Mr. Yerkes is still u: Richmond and will probably not le at home until Friday or Saturday. Mr. RodcS has returned ami will resultle tho practice of law at his old olllcc. There have been no change in tho clerical force of the office yet, and there will be none for several days. The desks are filled jU6t as they hae been under Mr. Rodes, with W. L. Crutcher, of Richmond, as chief deputy. There is one Republican in the oilice who has been there through several administrations. This is Bland B.illanl, who has a clerkship. Whether or not ho will remain permanently with Mr. Yerkes has not been announced. Ar to the removal of the oilice, Mr. Yerkes evidently beliees that the fight is not yet over, as he rented the old quarters month. At the end of tor just that time, it is presumed, the oilice will either be moved to Danville or to the new public building at Richmond. Danillo one-mor- Advocate. He Wanted a Wheel. The Revolutionary war ended 1 14 years ago, but thoro are on the pension rolls thirteen widows and daughters of Revolutionary soldiers. There are six widows, the seventh and oldest, Mrs. Loey Aldrich, having died at San Diego, Cal., year. this eek in her ninety-eightThe next oldest on the lNt isllauna Barrett, a soldier's daughter. She is ninety-seve- n years old. Tho six widows range years. in age from eighty to eighty-siAt tho clot-- of the last fiscal year thens were fourteen soldiers and sailors of the warofl8P2on the pension rolls. The oldest, llosea Rrown, of Oregon, was 104 years of age. Four others had passed the aj;e of 100. Tho youngest, John Lmn-bersoof Maryland, was ninety. Mr. Lumbers-omust have been a youiij: warrior, as he was only eight yenrs old when the war of 1S12 ended. It is esti mated that the last suniving soldier of tho war of the rebellion will have passed away by 1945, or eighty years after Ap pomatlox. If, however, they marry and beget children as late iu life as did some of the Revolutionary heroes, their widows and daughters may be on the pension rolls in 1070. h x n, n Mr. Will 1Og.m, of Madison, South Dakota, Writing back to Jus father, at Nicholasille, tells how the farmer prospers out there. The letter was not w rit-tfor publication, and therefore nothing but a plain statement of personal porience. It 6hows how llio money lender devours the profits of labor ,on the farm in South Dakota iu this blessed country where the gold bugs feed on the heart of the rose of prosperity, and all the time tell the people that money is plentiful enough and times will be good as soon as they quit talking about money. They might as well insist that it will sat isfy a staniug man's appclito if ho will quit talking about staring Louisville Dispatch. en i, L Q drowsy, weak and tired, feel languid, dull and "all broke up" it ii a sign of impure blood and sluggish liver.' Pimples, blotches and boils appear, resulting in a scrofulous condition of the svstem. "which invites Catarrh, Bronchitis, and finally V consumption, woia mesc ins and put the liody in perfect condition by taking SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! otters. XllillT SKLK-Di;s- Atrial will convince Will please thr FRENCT. CHARLES F. FILLER, Mfr.ot "i "f Its great lasomoua. soaps a:-- PERFUMERY, Lancaster, Perm. ESTADLISHED, 1849. u MLLED TOILET drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated orpins. No CI O- - D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we nould not s3nd our medicine KRKE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this may not Address appear again. to-da- y, SKXUAL STOPS YARIIlllCELK forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural K, WKK-N'KS- r r t V O V 9 V V Western Medicine Company, UCORPORAIED. 24-23 Johnston's Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. k- - Q CO THE ,l OCCOC1' -- Kalamazoo, Mira. V . Wm rSSSwrJ ts&ilBwR c. ' AND KATHR1NA) (R SOLD OM .Vfosolxit Guiinixitce. I k 6 ti early. It repels disease, purities and enriches the blood, and acts as a centle stimulus to every organ of the body. Quart UUlilt, pl.lAJ. WILLIAnS. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. Detroit, nich. LlverrtUs for I lrrr Ills, The Famous LltUe Uvrr Pills. BICYCLEQ SOLD IN C-4- I H McDonald's CELEBRATED TnCSHCATCSTVUORM OP g Btfi Nth W0RMP0WDE8SK the ac OCSTROY TO Don'l Waste Your Precious Bones. J Ij Tho Klondike fever may 'attack some of our gentlemen of leisure, and although we have them to spare w e commend this warning .to their considera- CAST AND PLEASIWT TAKE d3sses$&SBB . tion: It is the duty of every newspaper fo plainly warn every enthusiast w ho starts for the Klondike gold fields that dcith awaits him, as a very probable omcumo of his out lire- - Hundreds of hopeful prospectors have died on the road to Dorado, this bleak and inaccessible and that when there was no tlinrp ri1 - ' N BY RICHMOND. HIGHEST GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. V Sold by D Z. iz T. B. Taylor, Waco, Ky. . Smallest dose Easiest to take K Entirely vegetable Most certain and never failing Worm Destroyer rt TWO PARI; FOR Ml SI! $ J EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a century with continually increas- vx BOX, ( Every Wheel Guaranteed. ( ) ing demand. Think a moment Docs thLs not mean merit ? end for cutalozue. HAMPSHIRE GYGLE MFG. GO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible dealers invited to respond with us. ( J 125,000 Children jearlr Sent to 5 their GraTes by Worms. ;; IlcDONALD'S I! O I) occu-31-3- J. op-K,i- te 31-3- 0 ''Well, my son," said a Red House father to his boy, who wanted awheel, you'll find one in tho frontondof that wheel harrow, and there is a big pile of ashes back of tho house that will have to be moved. The handle bars are of white ash and and are adjustable so you can get any style of hump on that suits your fancy It is regulated largely by the load you put on. The bigger the load the more you have to hump yourself. Bo careful and don't mar the enamel on tho frame, and keep the ball boarings well oiled, so they won't cut into tho cones. The tiro is absolutely so you won't have to keop a pump and repair kit with you. By tho time you have removed that pile of ashes I think you will have made a century run, also tho prespiration. You'd better come in to dinner now."- MADISON COUNTY POETRY. tht-lay- valry for animals, vehicles of transporta tion and food. Let the aspiring gold hunter, all of fchore dreams of profits are pause and consider well before he leaves home and friends for this tiierceand pitiless region. Harrodsburg Democrat. Warnings like the above are probably Tho undersigned har three separate small well enough, but if a fellow wants to go arras which he offers a"i private sale separately he will more than likelv bo of the same or together. All three .ire situated at opinion as the old mountain Democrat who whs running for ofi'iLe. He said he would get there "in spite of h 1 and high water." SA o T H cor- - raiCE, CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. a. 23c. rEK J. LcTOAJLI, x V T 1" WHITE'S - STATION, L. & M. K iTMMHllfiBffrBr r lJard-jtown- one-thir- - The Finest Rigs The Safest Drivers, The Promptest A tention, life-bloo- SS The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. B. iM t. s.i - Mm rim, l r self-nam- PUBLIC SA Mm. - i z m T-L- ::SADDLERY.:f: r --- Tuity, M it: -- .:k I o- ... lii'-Ht- C-- -- gas-light- Geo, White. de d r SOUTHERN RAILWAY. HRESHDO hiw&i li Mk JASPER, 11 i proiicrty against x- (:.. Fire I Tornado. a to-w- al R Idea M sa T eJ-l- i MadisoB Monumental Works, ... -- 2 p - t" Jt SCSE-REVENU- -- uoso-IfcitetL- OF "" 4l store-keepera- ' Wil J- -' T f- J ; L - t;li Mi' PSSv a.k5ft.:-12EJfoai lmA5s&m ir '2r f Tftatka mssy 2--- V ..- - f.f. .' i,;-- T -- .i... - rf. g. H "inm . Wtf? 4nKirwimp. ..fc ". ...... a. J f fc&SKAglfiHMKi&iat vrr-amCT.i-r- . TSB. i,TnoidkA 5 v MowJineirfais f " Wm .rf- - . - JTK'J.T'".," ..- - ,.. - IxJU&BluStB&M v'kJOTlJ J fcfHjZ- v . V- - i Sr: Hff!SHJBK?PmPas56tyf SP"E ' W3Hf3 a. - wS. 2H0PHlS i W " ? "'' .. i - f s . " iJ '" o" - ?.lC " " w. 5" " -' v 1 " ti Jf j I ; la- - - . 1 - pr - ' ' "" wiill-know- ' - EU EHst" TL. Tl 1 it - 'me? ' with MfTEmuiett Dickson, of Paris, published in tho Cincinnati Enquirer some days ago, in which It was said FCBilSHKn KTKKT WEDNESDAY BY that Mr. Dickson told tho reporter Co. that tho National Democratic party Th8 in Kentucky was made up of "old-tim- e s during the Whigs, Proprlcton nd BOktn. war and Shylocks." Wo do not believe A. D. MILLER. a B. WOODS, Associate Editor. that Mr. Dickson ever mado that PRICK PER Y35AB, fl.60. statement withholding comment until Mj Dickson has an opportunity to IN ADVANCE, $125 confirm or deny the accuracy of tho report, says the Loxington Herald. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1897. "Why a newspaper could nover live. In Lewis county,1' Ib the heading of a long article in the Vanceburg Sun, the point being that the county ofllcere don't comply with law in advertising. A suggestion though is to go ahead and mako tho Sun shine brightly as it is now doing, and all will naturally be drawn to the sun. A paper never could live in Lincoln county until Walton made such growl that all helped him, says Col. Craddock in tho Paris Kentuckian Citizen. J r1! f TnKBE was an alleged interview Tht: Tantagraph will accept assurances of our distinguished consideration lor avowing its authorship of an editorial which the Climax charged tho Ashland News with having first perpetrated upon the public. Tho article may be found In tho Courier Journal of July 29, editorial pago, fifth column, credited to tho Ashland h Sun. Hence our charge that tlte Tan-tagrag- Climax Printing -- home-guard- appropriated it. Now, will the Ashland Nows confess up. like the Fantagraph tacitly did when tho Stanford Journal accuseditorials ed it of using roady-mad- o on. prosperity, etc ? PERSONAL. Mr. Chas. W. Friend, of Irvine, was here yesterday. Miss Mary Evans is visiting relatives in Clark county. Mrs. J. S. Collins has for a guest Miss Lewis, of Baltimore. Miss Alice Arnold i6 visiting Mrs. J. S. Johnson, In Garrard. Miss Annie Wagers, of Irvine, is tho guest of Mrs. Claude Smith. Mrs. C. S. Holton left Thursday for a fow days at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Ada Berry, of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. Thos. Berry, near town. Matt Cohn was in Cincinnati on Mondaj soiling stock at fancy prices. Editor T. C. Adams is visiting his brother, O. L. Adams, in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Magio Evans left Thursday for a visit to her daughter In Kansas City. Miss Mary Stough, of Lexinglon, is tho charming guest of Miss Lena Cor-noliso- DEMOCRATIC TICKET Ten years ago it was not considered respectable to be a Republican iti association, will become assistant in the Cauipbollsville academy. Good A man who can edit rutabagas, pum-Idubullocks, and prizo babies nt a county fair ought to bo ablo to teach tho young Campbellsvillinns with impunity or anything else." Mr. Walker Mason, formerly of Madison, tho handsome now editor of tho Williamsburg Times, came into Bee us Thursday. Wo did not know hiB Identity, however, until after ho had loft. Come again, brother, and we will show you around ..C. F. and M. P. Duddorar havo gono to Richmond to visit rela tives for. a fow days. Corbin News. A Musical Afternoon" is what Mrs. C F. Burnam gave on Saturday in honor of Mrs. A. R. Burnam. It was an elegant musical and reception with the usual refreshments. Tho audience listened to renditions by tho following: Mosdames Pickels, Walker, White, Konnott, Keano, Burnam and Miss Pattio. The affair was exceedingly enjoyable "and high compliment to a lady popular with all who know her. Mr. J. 0 Ward, Jr is visiting 1 s, Fell From His Horse. Owsley 'Dies in Chicane. Master John Foster fell from a horse on Thursday and broko'hU right forearm. The horse was standing still, bat the girt had been unbuckled unknown to the boy, who fell off and struck his nrm on a ?tone trough. The accident happened at Mrs. White's on the Big Hill pike, and Dr. Foster was then at Ford. He returned nnd with Dr. Jasper, attended to his son's injnry and he ia now doing nicely. Mr. William A Oyvsloy, who in tho s, n Louisearly '70s was, a ville newspaper man, being engaged on tho morning Led jvr and other jnur-naldied In Chicago recently. During his career ia thelnewspaper field Mr. Owsley was vor active and was always on the alert for something that would interest the reading public Ho wna sixty years old, and related to the families of his name in Boyle and Garrard counties. His wife . A Bad Set. who survives him, was formerly a ' The negroes who were arrested at Rich- MIbs Towle. of Frankfort. mond charged with complicity in the Mr. William O. Owslpy, of thiB cattle Btealing cases for which Richard county, was named after tho above Lakes and 'Curtis Coyle were arrested gentleman. to-d- ay Carbuncles Appeared Each Season Until illood Was Purified With Hood's Indolent Ulcer. "For several years J was trouble- - with rsa-parilla-- An f I-I t b Kentucky. Now it isn't really respectable to be a Republican of tho kind that is running party affairs hero and For Clerk of Court of Appeals, at Washington. They used to call it SAM J. SHACKELFORD, tho "nigger party," now the negroes of Daviess county. are about tho only decent ones loft who afQliato with tho gang headed For Circuit Judge by Hunter, Deboo, Todd, Taylor, THOMAS J. SCOTT, Franks, Sapp, Erdman and their of Madison county. tribe. And the negro suffers in reputation by tho association. FrankFor ComnionweUli!s Attorney fort Capital. U. A. CRUTCHER, Ik tho "National" Democrats exof Jessamine county. pect to elect Hindman clerk of tho Court of Appoals, as Wattorson vainly Representative, predicts, it is more than tho candidate W. W. COMBS. himself believes or anyboby else for or against him. The Lvbanqn Falcon County Jpdge, says: P1L SULLIVAN. "Hindman, tho yellow jacket candidate for clerk of the Court of ApCounty Attorney, poals was in Lebanon Saturday nnd J. TEV1S COBB. frankly confessed that ho had not tho slightest hopes of being elcctei'. Sheriff, Just sol Brother Hindman 's sole II. II. COl.YER. mission Is to try and seduce enough Democrats from their party allegiance Circuit Clerk, to enablo the Republicans to win, but S. H. THORPE, JR. his efforts will prove a dismal failure." Clerk, County The Louisville Post, one of the JOHN F. WHITE. of n. phining lights the ed Nat Jailer, JAMES Assessor, T. C. LACKEY. 0. CURRY. Superintendent Public Schools, J. W. WAGERS. i f --. fe Coroner, M. G. BROWN. Surveyor, S. F. R0C1C tonal Democratic party, concedes the election of S. J. Shackclford,tho Democratic nominee for the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, by a plurality of 25,00, and all unbiased people who make any claim to a knowledge of the situation agree with it. In a interview Hon. Z. F. Smith, of Public Instruction hays: ro-ce- nt through tne western part of the state, and I believe Shackelford, the Democratic boon I have recently CITY TICKET. For Mayor J. B. STOUFFEB. For City Judjie nominee for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, is safe for a majority of nut loss than 0,000 or 30,000. The Republicans will not make anything like the effort to carry the state that they did last year. They are dis- H.C.RICE. For Cily Attorney i. TALBOT JACKSON. COUXCILMKX. Court House TEVLS, PICKELS. City MAUPIN. University GIBSON, BALLARD. Hnll-MERSHON, RICHMOND DISTRICT. Fr Mapi-trat- o N. B. TURPIN. For Constable can orpan W. L. SIMMONS. Republi- The Frankfort Capital, a w tells the truth when It says: "If R publicanism in Kentucky means what it appears to mean at this writing, the people will in the Bee to it that Republicanism future shall remain only as a useful minority." Hon. V. J. Bryan is expected to attend the Democratic rally at Sprinj:-flold, 2tt U 1 r1 i '' ff a r J- - Ohio. The occasion is to be made one memorable In the history of the State, and many distinguished Bjwakers will be present- - The false. is to have it begin on the 15th The absurdity of tho claim that reof September and continue until the publican victory would bring prosperity is shown by the condition of the country. Times are bettor y Chaunov Depew thinks that than a year ago for nobody except gold a year will come in from the tariff monopolists. Yet tho Alaska. We will then repudiate our administration has been in obligations says the Stanford Jour- power over five months and the elecnal, by paying them ofl in cheap gold. tion was nine months no. Tho Republican party Stiver Hill shoot up to the moon In trial. It will bo convicted isofnow on obtainpriee. Rothschild will become a sil- ing power under false pretenses and ver bug and the gold bugs will chango bo sentenced to letirc from oiQco at to silver bugs. TJio utoiioy devil the first election. will bcmonu angul of mercy, and THE CONSUMER PAYS IT. hell will bo a summer reesort. pro-pram to-da$100-000,00- heartened, disappointed and divided. Tho action of the Gold Democrats will help tho regular ticket. If the Populist candidate for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals persists in running ho may possibly draw off 8.000 or votes not more, but even then Shackelford will get fully 20,000 majority. Given power under a pledge to reform the currency in tho interests of the people tho Republican party has reformed the tariff in tho interests of the trusts. The tariff law already in effect has been heralded as having been mado in opposition to the sugar trust. The lie is given to this claim by tho rapid and enormous rise in sugar trust certificates as soon as the conference report is presented to tho house. The increased value of these certificates could have had no other cause than the contemplated tariff law Tho pretense that the law was formed against the wishes and desires of the sugar trust Is shown to be 10,-000 Misses Ada and Lucy Arnold, of Lancaster, aro visiting Mre. Arnold, on High St. Judge J. C. Chenntilt rotumo. 'Saturday from a business trip tollazard, Perry county. Mrs. W. II. Shanks, of Stanford, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. Mrs. Lou Hume, of Irvino, was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Grant E Lilly. Mr. Ed. Rowland, of Jessamine, came over on Friday and may return here to live. Mrs. J. W. Zaring nnd daughter, Miss Birdie, will attend tho Shelby-vlll- o Fair next week. Mr. John R. Gibson met his mother in Cincinnati on her way home from the "West, on Saturday. Mrs. Maude M. Clement, Walnut to Hills, Cincinnati, arrives visit Mrs, G. W. Pickels. Mrs F. F. Winstead and daughter, Nellie, of Cincinnati, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bradshaw. Miss Sue McRobert8 returned to Danville Wednesday, after a pleasant viBit to relatives in this city. Mr. C. R. Adams, who has for some weeks been visiting relatives in thiB county, has returned to Pontiac. 111. Mrs. Sallie West, a lady of much beauty and attractiveness, has beon for a week tho guest of Miss Hellon TcrrilL Hon. J. A. Sullivan, after a pleasant vacation to Old Point Comfort and Atlantic City, returned home to-d-ay Mr.. Harvey Chenault, The Bourbon News says: At the Hill Top Gun Club's shoot yesterday J. Q. Wrard, Jr., won the modal as champion of Bourbon county. His score was 82 out of a possible 100 blue rock targets. The medal must be won four successive times to booomo a shooter's individual property. Tho shoot was a successful one. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Rico, nee Miss Shanks, of Stanford, loft last Thursday for New Orleans, after a visit to relatives here. Mrs. Rico was a bollo of Stanford some flvo years ago and mot her husband thero when he was a dispatcher for tho L. & N. RR. His popularity and efficiency wore long since recognized by tho company and he stands high in the estimation of his superior officers. It is not too much to hope for this excellent young gentleman, whom we havo known for fif toon j ears, to see him someday Superintendent of a division. MARRIED. d Thursday. Mrs. L. II. Blanton, Miss Katie Blanton and Mr. Harry Blanton, aro guests of Mrs. E. M. Dickson. Bourbon News. MiBs Mary Noalo, ontfof the most charmingof Lexington's youngladios, Is with her cousin, Mrs. Mary Nealo Thompson. Editor C. X. Bowling, of the Bf Enterprise, was the guest of Mr. S. R. B. Black at Red House, several days last week. Misses Florrio Chcnault and Amy Smith have returned home after a pleasant wcok with Miss Jean Armsden at Versailles. Mrs. Will Taylor, nee Miss Mary McCord, and hor three bright children, of Great Falls, Mont., aro tho guests of Mr. Wm. McCord. . Mr. Dabnoy Crenshaw, of Richmond, Va., is here, where his wife aud daughters who have been visiting relatives for several weeks. Misses Judith and Halllo Tudor, two of Irvine's attractive young ladies, visited their aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, Thursday aud Friday. Mrs. David M. Sweets, nee Miss Bessie McDowell, aud her two bright children, came up from Louisville aud are stopping at the Willis House. Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson .returned on Sunday from California, after a two months absence. She was accompanied homo by hor nephew, Mr. Thos. Bates, Jr. Misses Amelia Hamilton, of Lexington, Mary H. Little, of Richmond, and Frances Steenbergon, of Point Pleasant, W. Va., are visiting Miss atty-vil- le Scriv'i:r-MbCorA closed carriage whirled down Main street on Wednesday afternoon lagt which, though no uncommon sifiht here, elecited remarks of surprise as the occupants looked suspiciously like a bride ami groom. And so it was. Tho couple was none other than Mr. Alfred undoubtedly the and Mrs. Harry Scrivner,neo Rachel best cutter in Madison county, will McCord, who were the day before ever be ready to wait on their custounited in marriage at New Albany, mers. Give them a call. Telephone Ind. Tho young couple wero accom- 103. panied by Mr. and Mrs. H. D. "Chlnny" Goes to Housekeeping. The bride, who is a pretty and If well wishes were convertible into attractive young lndy of nineteen ensh, and cash could purchase happiyenrs, is quite wealty, being a datigh-o- f ness. Mr. and Mrs. Chenault Willis the late Ajidy McCord. Tho groom would be tho happiest young couple is n excellent young gentleman, In town. They have rented the cozy sober nnd upright, and will little homo on West Main Street at make a good husband. tho R. N I. & B. bridge crossing, and are housekeeping in tho most approved style. It is a shady nook, a protty little nest, whore the sun White. To Mr. and Mrs. Irvine .shines as bright, the birds sing as White, last Saturday morning, a sweetly, and the grass grows as green boy. as in a King's domain. May they as Woods. On Monday, August 10, monnrchs of this little realm be 1897, at 10:50 a. m., to tho wife of blessed with earth's choicest gifts. " Clarence E. Woods, a daughter "Wheat up, Slirer Down." Mamie Miller, named for its mother's Wheat continues to go up: silver eldest sister, Mrs. J. W. Smith, and Uold-gu- g for its maternal grandmother, Mrs. contains to go down. Caledonia Miller Chenault, deceased. True enough, and reason is very It is a hap py coincidence that it bears plain. There is no the embargo on the tho name of Mr. Woods' first wife, raising of wheat or its use osthe staff Mamie Miller, niece of Messrs. John of lifo. Restore to Silver its rightful C. and Malcolm M. Miller, of this use as primary money and pass a county. Tho little ono weighed prethe use of wheat for cisely ten pounds. Mother and daug- bread, and the conditions will be rehterand father are getting along ad. versed. Letgold bologislated against, mirably and are receiving the con- as silver has been, and tho commerM. gratulations of many friends. cial value of gold will rnpidly decline B. J. Newlon, in Owenton Herald. tl-ass carbuncles on my loft aide and my back. They would disappear In winter and return tho next summer. I began taking Hood's Bareaparilla aud have nevtr hod any carbuncles since. My little son had n InHnlmif Anw BU rj--- . ,,;,.& an.1 .. .MUV.WMW t,lrf1 fl TTWrtl ! Oil his lott limb and spread half way aMand it. Our physician rccommenaea a Diooa purlfler and I gave the boy Hood's EarsaparilU with gratifying results." A. Q. B. James, Polkvllle, Miss. " I have boon a great sufferer frormua-cula- r here, will be tried at Richmond. Masonry lo bo Dissected. rheumatism and in October began Lakes is still In jail here serving out a I cont Inued sentence for carrying concealed weapons. Some weeks ago Kly, a taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Its use until January when I cocld go Coj le appealed and gave boud and it is minister at Kirksville, Mo., made an atas well as any one and I have had said has left the country- - Winchester tack on Masonry through the columns about no acuto pains since." I. W. ifSSKlCK, Democrat. of the Christian Standard, published at Grand Isle, Louisiana. They waived examination and were Cincinnati, in which the order was arraigned on twenty sis ppecifie rharges. held over. He sent a marked copy of the paper to I soM by all druggists. rrice?l;slxtorS3. Mr. Bales' Big Purchases. are the only pHU t tike Joe Bales, bought Wednesday of Joe President John Aug. Williams, of with Hood's Sarsaiarilla. throwing down the gnnutletto MOOdS L. Brown of Clark, about 200 cattle nnd IGn. him. A rorrepponder.ee ensued and it Ike and Prewitt Vanmeter about They will be delivered in Octobober and discussion of tho queition was decided A Sbo'tt Truly Mcr.I. will weigh about 1,000 pounds. Price upon between the two. The disenseion "The Great John Robinson nnd w ill be a dignified one, setting forth tho paid 4 cts. Franklin Bros. Enormous Shows comJo. Bales, representing Schwartz-chil- d conflicting views on n un'dect which con bined" are announced t appear nt Rich& Co , of Chicago, bought in this cerns a great many people, and a two col In all their vast entirety, on will ap mond county yesterday of Joe Brown, 204 head umn article from each Friday, August 27, and for one day of cattlo; of I. C. Vanmetor, 110 head, pear wecklv for eight issues in the Chris only, giving two complete performances, nnd of Prewitt Vanmeter, 50 head. tian Standard and the Chicago Cynosure, afternoon and evening. AH of onr exEach lot averaged about 1500 pounds in f,a paper devoted to anti secret fwieties. changes ppeak in the highest terms of id weight, and brought the sellers j6t Rev. Ely for a distinguished preacher and this great amusement enterprise, and is known his missionary zeal and adponud. Winchester Sun. 'hancers-on- " so fre vocacy of social and oliticul reform. the manv touch Land For Sale. large shows, are U widelv known quently found with President Williams I have 175 acres of good land situa- through his presidency of Danghters' made conpicuous by their absence. ted on the Richmond and Otter Creek College and among Masons as one of There is not a game of chance of any pike, two miles from Red House, that their brightest members, having been kind permitted on or around tho I wish to sell elthor as a whole or In Grand Lecturer of the State ami is fully grounds. All the attaches are gentletwo separate tracts, 75 acres in ono capable of upholding h is side of the issue. men, and thero ia not a loud or profane word spoken. tract and 100 acres in toe other. It Is Harrodsburg Democrat. all In cultivation under good fence, It ia n wonderful sight to pec the wonEditor of The Disp itch in Town. derful "horseless carriage" in trial tests nnd improvements with plenty of waHon B. F. Enloo, editor of tho Lou- of speed at every performance aud in ter. Tho 75 acre tract has a new house on It. For further information apply isville Dispatch, enroute to Kostem the great double parade. The three Kentucky, paid a visit to Richmond rings and elevated stages are all going at to J. Tevis Cobb or mysolf. last Friday and stopped with Hon. J. one time, with entirely different acts. Jacob Huouely. o B. McCreary, who served in Congress Performers picked from the lest the with Mr. Enloe when tho latter repre- world atronls, nnd there is more than New Meat Market. four score of them, whose combined salGov. aries would more than equal twice over One of the nicest meat markets sented a Tennessee district. office was thronged with cal- the entire expenses of the every day wo have Been for many a day is thnt who came to meet the distin- circus The daily free street parade is of W. H. Douglass & Co , in tho lers guished visitor, and in the ovening-Mr- . one masa of glittering mngnillcence, con-taiMackoy building on Main street. "scenes from all nations," numerEnloe took ten. at Gov. ous open dens of rare wild beast", twelve Their large refrigerator nnd cold stot-ag- o home, when n number of kinds of nuiHic. herds of elephants and is now and will henceforth be the filled with the choicest of meats. gentlemen called. Col. Enloe Is a tall, with finest imported horses ever Sfen a tented auiuscuient enterpnee. handsome man, in the prime of life, The name of Mr. Douglass being at The jming of tbi?. the world's bij:gt tached to tho firm is sufficient to say and is as agreeable in conversation, amusement, is raiifc for a "recal" holias he is entertaining and instructive t it will be a first-clamarket. in the columns of the Dispatch. He day in every acity it visits, and it it worth coming day's travel to see. Douglas, Rev-Simps- 2isai Woman Greates Dislike Is Spring Clcaniiiar and why not make it a lit. Hood's Sarsaparilla I 2sSv lie more pleasant her. f(r Har-rodsbu- rs, k SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY New shin cc &KJ tin-pass- 4c To take the place of those worn out and entirel out of style. When them, she needs them in the ed o V iifliu And aught to have them anyway, and ej since she been so very economical ai. you during the recent tfiSsS R &) aug-18-lm- y's ng Mc-Crear- y's '1 m And now ou can get them at such very Lf W providing you come to us from , tn.r no excuse for vou not makinir her ha: means home more pleasant for vourself. -th-m- Hard Tim i vm mock is ujmpieie . -n c c 1 r t - 4 r . . -. I Ray-bur- n. made a fine impression upon all who mot him and impressed them as one eminently fitted to mould public opinion upon all the vital questions of the day. Ho, like Watterson, Is a native of Tennessee, and like hLm has served with distinction in the Congress of the United Stites. and daily combats and confutes the arguments of the "Star Eyed Goddess" either by superior .reasoning, patriotism, and to-da- Buffalo Bill's Wild West. BIRTHS. fldolity to Democracy, or by reprinting Watterson's utterances and writshowing i.Iie glaring ining of Id-'consistency of his position y upon the subject of finance. Thus out of ids own month is the Dispatch convicting the distinguished renegate. Col. Enloo was much pleased with Richmond and with the support accorded the new prop9r by Madison county. He already has a larger number of readers than the Courier Journal and only asks that the Democrats of Kentucky give their paper proper encouncment to insure it) permanent success. For the exhibition of Buffalo Pill's Gigantic Wild West Show in Lexington, Ky. on Wednesday, August 25th, afternoon nnd evening, the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will sell very round trip tickets, included admission, from all stations went of of Morehead ; good going on all trains of the 25th, and good returning until August 20th. Tremendrous street paralo at 10 o' clock a m., composed of COO Horso men, cowboys, Indians, .Mexieruis, Arabs, Russian Cossacks and a tronpe of United States Cavalry. Bring your children they will talk s, about it for months. A strictly high toned show. Ask Railroad Agents for further particulars. George W. Baiixky, Dis Pass. Agt., Lexington. Ky. low-rat- e 8 Si yjfi ina not an article out wnat lias oe-ixniu of the year and entirely too n..in first ;. mention each one, so jut rememU-we have an3thing you may want in in. line and if you do not belu it. eni- .in.i yourself. - - i'tFoFiiotoOiKiroMsfe, R UUlliklIU9 Furniture and Undertakers. - C . first-clas- ' 1 WORLD'S LIBB 8I PD SSI - i LL? Over 400,000 vacancies several times as many vacancies as m members Several plans; two plan ghefree rcKJstrat'cn one plan 10 cents pays (or boot, containing plans and a $oOJ 0U lov story of . employers for recommending teachers. SOOTIIKRX TRACKERS' CCREAIT, ( Rev Do O M Sonw A. M SCTTOt TtAi 1 & Sts .Loaisville.Ky J msiovtTwxuwn S.W De.-' (he fee nnter ortifr imir.es Ckiaji) office. iiawti Usmiik oSft THe GREHTHI u I Cor-Mai- n N DEATHS. John Robinso FRANKLIN BROS Enormous Shows, Combined. -- - jly21-2- m i 0 Mc-Kinl- oy n Fred Donaldson, a tailor, died at the Inflrmary, this city, Thursday night, aged 50 years. Creech. The infant of Mr. aud Mrs. Jonathan Creech, of this city, died day atternoon. Buried at Paint Monday. Tood. On Monday, August 9, Mrs. DizaTodd, wifeof Jas. F. Todd, deceased, near Speedwell, aged 59 years. Five Bens survive her, George, John, Minevah, William and Luther. Pona-usOwell-know- Capt. Prince Succumbs at Last. N. BAnsETT. CarailusBarnett, born near Richmond, Ky., 77 years ago, died noar Lexington, Mo. After 51 years of wed ded bliss his wife, nee Young, survives, with 7 of 10 children. Roberts. Undo Jimmy Roberts, a highly respected citizen, rceiding.on the Kingston and Beroa pike, died taut Wednesday from old age. TiiEttK was a tiino whon Honrv vigorously opposed the gold standard, and the following was then his advice in the Courier-Journto the newspapers of the n al ' country: All newspapers in the land not owned body and breeches by tho money kings or tho gold conspiracy ouht to call public attention day after day to the lamentable conditions produced by the legislation. As Henry has ceased to talk about the hard conditions resulting from legislation tho presumption is logical that the erstwhile Prince Rupert among silver leaders is now owned "body and breeches by tho money king or the gold conspiracy." Jackson Sun. them anti-silver anti-silv- er The Dispatch still thinks that the consumers pay the protective tariff. We invite tho Dispatch to specify some article, tho product of an established American industry, which does not sell for less now than, when the protective tariff was imposed upon it. Louisville Commercial. This is easy to answer. Before the Dlnpley bill was passed the merchants of Louisville wero selling 20 pounds of sugar to tho dollar. They are now soiling sixteen to seventeen pounds of sugar to tho dollar. Sugar has advanced about one cent per pound on account of the protective tariff imposed on refined sugar. Will the Commercial please tell the people who consume sugar what foreigner pays that extra cent per pound for ? Louisville Dispatch. Bt 2 i n Brower,Scot.$Frazee, Carpet- -, rflpni Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. Midsummer Clearance Sale! To Reduce Stock We Will for the NEXT 30 DAYS offer Special Low Prices on : CHAMBER SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, St IP Ho was born in Lee county, Virginia in 1810 and was moved to this county when two years old, whore ho resided as- - a good citizen until his death. Bruce. After many days of watching and nights of ugil, kind friends and stricken dear ones saw the wasted body Nancy VanMcter. Bennett arc entertaining giye up the soul of Mrs. Wm. Bruce on Misses Misses Cooley aud Skinner, class- Monday, just as tho clock struck the mates at Ann Arbor.. A boating hour of noon. Deceased was CO years party on Lake Roba was given last of age and leaves six children, among them Mrs. Crews, on Fifth street, Joe, week, in their honor. William and Leslie Bruce. Interment Col. Thos Turner, of Mt. Sterling, yesterdaj- - at Union, services by Rev. W. one of the fow who went from MadiR. Lloyd. son county to the Mexican war, is snendincr several days with Col. 3owaro of Ointments for Catarrh, that orcury, Contain Chas. S. Turner, at Silver Crook. Messrs. C. II. and C. F. Chenault at mercury will surely destroy Iho sense were in East Tennessee buying cattle of smell aud completely derange the whole system when entering it through last week. They spent a day or two the mucous surfaces. Such articles at Tate Spring and mingled business should nover be used except on preempand pleasure at that celebrated reBort. tions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do ten fold to the Miss NanterBall, of Harrodsburg, good yon can possibly isderive from them. .Miss Annie Phelps, of Richmond, Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Misses Minnie and Edith Cohen, and F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., coninterMiss Nichols, of Lexington, wero tains no mercury, and is taken blood nally, acting directlv upon the visitors the past week at Mr. J. II. and mucous surfaces of the system. In Bell's. buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you Miss Esther Burnam is visiting get the genuine. It is taken internally, and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J." Mrs. James Lillard, nee MissParlin, Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. The latter Is CSHsuld by 'Druggists, price 7oc. per at Lawronceburg. aug4-4ploasantly remembered aa the charm- bottle. ing guest who visited Miss Burnam during the commencement of J35. Dr. Emily Chenault Itunyon, of A w -- After a heroic etruggle, Capt. Prince, the gentlemen who fell from the Btnnd here during the Fair, died on Monday night, after lingering since July 29. His hotly was shipped to Wheeling, W. Va., after services at the Henderson House, accompanied by Mrs. Prince and daugh tor, who have been here since the accident. We were the first to reach the Captain when he fell, nnd heard him predict his death with firmness, and despite tho fact that there was little apparent reason at the time for such forebodings, aa he was perfectly rational and calm, ho had never admitted he would recover. His physician, Dr. Gibson, BayB death resulted from a ruptured kidney and dislocation of the spinal column. Simply his back was broken by the fall of eight feet backward upon his head and shoulders. Tho accident caused widespread rrgrot, and his stricken family are assured of the sympathy ol thi3 community. Deceased was years old, a steamboat man. and leaves a large fortune. 5-- ilhe Reason fsl -- Why!! M 1 -- J - H- .W II s fid Jbrceman .brothers are maUins: such a sweeping reduction in I V .4 I V tlie prices of - " I, "T;I----- L " ' -- ,TSMK I Boots and Shoes Is that their fall and winter stock is about all in and thev arc compelled to make room for them. Now is the time to get a BARGAIN. ii r it M :i M t H i ? ! II I I 1 A Horrible Accident. reeman f. Phone, No. 21. II Milton Kimbroll, a farmer of Brookstown, aged 35, met with a peculiar and terrible accident on Monday which may cost him his lifo- - lie was enroute home with a of shingles, and whon going down a rough road two miles from town the horses took fright, the LIYIiMG Pictures. Enchanting Statuary ", First s- - lurch throwing Kimbroll astride the lines which were tied to a bunch of shingles. He dangled holplossly and tho wheel ran upon his leg above the knee, and with his limb under the wheel tho team dragged him twenty yards, his leg serving as a "chock" to the wheel. The team left the wheel upon Kimbrell's leg, despite which he was able to tell a little boy accompanying him to run to town for a doctor. Some time after two negro men came along and pulled the wagon off the man, and he was laid in the shade to await the arrival of Dr. Gibson. The latter found the poor man's leg mashed to a pulp, and thinks its amputation will be necessary to save his lifo. 2 Complete Circuses. 300 PERFORMERS JSP33 0 l3la fegv -- 2 Ionian Hippodromes 3 RING CIRCUS, kA5?5? W :rt3 n : -; M ; Ur !Mi -- jmm w a S3 rm& tin .i Open Den. Up mm If niljfril mm LOCAL, Richmond, Va., Is visiting her sister, Mexican Veteran in Luck. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, WALLPAPERS, STRAW MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS, BABY CARRIAGES, and PICTURES, m H& && mk:i 2!rV W-te III .mytliiig ' How. rflols Stfklly First-Hl- m." S&Jj -- t! TtlsSflh whmgf'ii: !r &a PHf---r-y-. IF YOU WANT BARGAINS COME AND MIssos FlorMrs. A. A. Uowmar rio Chenault and Amy Smith and Mr. Jennings Gseenleaf, of Richmond, visited" Miss Jean Armsden last week. Versalles Sun. Mr. J. Robert Riggs left on Monday for a visit to Cincinnati before going to Campbells ville- to iho assistant principalship of tho High School. In all the walks of life this young - The Now Market correspondent of the Leoanon Falcon says: ''One of our old Mexican Veterans of this community old Uncle Fileet Harris mot with good fortune last week Ho receivod a chock to the amount of back pension, with $24 evory month aalor.g as ho lives. A The Grandest, llichesf, Earest Street Parade Ever Beheld Defying AH . Competition Every Morn-- . iniat 10 o'clock. 1 'MM Kentucky Shoe Grain Drills ail(l LOW AT R3 R3 .. f, m, gra yil Superior Disc Grain Drills R3 w CREAM Ifgirt. ' ;. Et.ifmmm tig it j Doorsbpen One Hour Earlier. One Tibket Admits to All. . !t . frHjJBI D. B. Shackelford & Co.'s Put vour wheat in with Big Pear Tree. SEE US. "" i-- - rel '. -. gentleman stands in the front ranks, and It is no partial estimate which 6uiilr.es a lirilliant- - future for him. His departure, from Richmond is regretedl r The,iLebarum Falcon bad this last In our lastisaue.we mentioned a pear tree three feet In, diameter as one of the wonders of a county in the Southern part of the State. There is one'nearlthis city onthe farm of JJfN WJpn th'atjs seven feerthrough and wss that large'seveufy-fiveyear- a sin-cerel- jr- K4S"'V- - ii , J M) MI4 - BAKING POWDflt - , Powder. nf Jartaf Jrom Anwia,?Akim or any other aduHerao, AJpure ' I t;3 - I - - Corner Main and Broadway, Lexiagtoa, Ky. L- f - w - rr-- fj&jD ' ' y HfJC ' . weki'JVReltert RIggs.4Wi't Vt? m JAltlioanKic Grayed Jh MOSTjpiRraqMADE ;iopcvz(2isriD .. "n K . t v 7".. 1 " one sjgi pi of these drills and increase your Sfj rt rtflUwarsa jrtf jpeeJaWjoc&p . f7pr8.- - GiOiitnf " U 'E ', h v ;Wjd4MB . " r$i OS? L ,, -- - -- - i - 'ipy E !Sr 4e!. V - IISW jr --- .yield one third gJBJgjKjJPfigp-p- i -- IBIS jtfpsSt&BBSi 'i" Iflffikfr-- X iA jc . ;?- -& 1 F3Gr&: o5- - fe5 1 v tTJ y. - V- - 'am ' T.T - J. ' ," - ', v. v - L e-- if: a l ' HBRHollH " t i BBBJBBHPMBBHBI3HBHB3mBBBWI?B .' t 5. u , -- - 11 . 1 11F t- .' i! l f - The i r tjj - Sr5 an alleged Richmond Climax. with MrTEmmett Dickson, interview of Paris, published In the Cincinnati Enquirer some days ago, in which It was said rDBuaum rrwrr wkdnesdat by that Mr. Dickson told tho reporter The Climax Printing Co. that the National Democratic party in Kentucky was made np of "old-tim- o s Whigs, during tho war and Shylocks." We do not believe C & WOODS, Associate Editor. that Mr. Dickson ever made that PRICK PER YEAR, fl.60. statement wlthholdingcommont until Mr. Dickson has an opportunity to - IK ADVANCE, $1.25 confirm or deny the accuracy of tho report, says the Lexington Herald. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, - - 1897. "Why a newspaper could never live in Lewis county," Ib the heading of a long article in the Vanceburg Sun, the point being that tho county officers don't comply with law in advertising. A suggestion though is to go ahead and make tho Sun sbino brightly as it is now doing, and all will naturally be drawn to the sun. A paper never could live in Uncoln county until Walton made such mWHBfm i ! I growl that all helped him, says Col. Craddock in the Paris Kentuckian -- There was ances of our distinguished consideration for avowing its authorship of an The Pantagraph will accept assur- home-guard- editorial which the Climax charged the Ashland News with having first perpetrated upon the public. Tho article may be found in tho Courier Journal of July 29, editorial pago, fifth column, credited to the Ashland h Sun. Hence our charge that the appropriated It. Now, will tho Ashland News confess up, liko the rantagrnph tacitly did when tho Stanford Journal accuseditorials ed it of using ready-mad- e on prosperity, etc ? Pan-tagrag- PERSONAL,. Mr. Chas. W. Friend, of Irvine, was hero yesterday. Miss Mary Evans is visiting relatives in Clark county. "Mrs. J. S. Collins has for a guest Miss Lewis, of Baltimore. Miss Alice Arnold is visiting Mrs. J. S. Johnson, in Garrard. Miss Annie Wagers, of Irvine, is the guest of Mrs. Claude Smith. Mrs. C.S. Holton left Thursday for a fow days at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Ada Berry, of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. Thos. Berry, near town. Matt Cohn was in Cincinnati on Mondaj soiling stock at fancy prices. Editor T..C. Adams is visiting his brothor, O. L. Adams, in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Mnj.'gio Evans left Thursday for a visit to her daughter in Kansas City. Miss Mary Stougb, of Lexington, is tho charming guest of Miss Lena Cor-neliso- f DEMOCRATIC TICKET Citizen. Ten years ago it was not considered Kentucky. Now it isn't really respectable to be a Republican of the kind that Is running party affairs hero and For Clerk of Court of Apprals, at Washington. They used to call It SAM J. SHACKELFORD, tho "nigger party," now the negroes of Daviess county. are about tho only decent ones loft who affiliate with tho gang headed For Circuit JudRe by Huntor, Deboo, Todd, Taylor, THOMAS J. SCOTT, Franks, Sapp, Erdman and their of Madison county. trlbo. And tho nogro suffers in reputation by tho association. FrankFor Commonwealthis Attorney fort Capital. B. A. CRUTCHEK, of Jessamine county. If tho "National" Democrats expect to elect Hindman clork of tho Court of Appoals, as Watterson vainly Representative, predicts, it is more than tho candidate W. W. COMBS. himself believes or nnyboby else for or against hjm. The Lubanqn Falcon County Jpdge, says: V.AL SULLIVAN. can"Hindman, the yellow didate for clerk of the Court of ApCounty Attorney, peals was in Lebanon Saturday and J. TEV1S CODB. frankly confessed that ho had not tho slightest hopes of being elected. Sheriff, Just sol Brother HIndmnn's solo II. II. COLYEIL mission is to try and seduce enough Democrats from their party allegiance Circuit Glerk, to cnablo the Republicans to win, but S. II. THORPE, JR. his efforts will prove a dismal failure." County Clork, The Louisville Post, one of the JOHN F. "WHITE. of respectable to be a Republican in association, Mil become assistant In the Campbollsrlllo academy; TJood ! A man who can edit rutabagas, punt-kinbullocks, and prize babies nt a county fair ought to bo able to teach tho young Cairmbellsvilllans with Impunity or anything eke." Mr. Walker Mason, formerly of Madison, tho handsome new editor of the Williamsburg Times, came into seo us Timrsday. Wo did not know his identity, however, until after ho had, loft. Come again, brother, and we will show you around ...... C. F. and M. F. Dudderar have gone to Richmond to visit relatives for. a fow days. Corbin News. Afternoon" is what A Mrs. C. F. Burnam gave on Saturday in honor of Mrs. A. R. Burnam. It was an elegant musical and reception with the usual refreshments. The audienco listened to renditions by tho following: Mesdames Pickels, Walker, White, Bonnott, Keano, Burnam and Miss Pattic. The affair was exceedingly onjoyablo and high compliment to a lady popular with all who know her. Mr. J. Q. Ward, Jr., is visiting s, Fell Frem His Horse. -- it William A. Owsley Dies injChlcago. If 4 it S n. ft 1 Rl lit? 181 chining lights the ed Nat it - Jailer, JAMES C. LACKEY. Assessor, T. 0. CURRY. Superintendent Public Schools, J. W. WAGERS. Coroner, M. G. BROWN. Surveyor, S. F. ROCK. ionnl Democratic party, concedes the election of S. J. Shackelford, tho Democratic nominee for the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, by a plurality of 25,00, and all unbiased people who make any claim to a knowledge of the situation agree with it. In a recent interview Hon. Z. F. Smith, of Public Instruction I! I i says: I have recently been through ttte western part of the state, and I believe Shackelford, the Democratic nominee for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, is safe for a majority of not loss than 20,000 or 30,000. The Republicans will not make anything like the effort to carry the state that they did last year. They are dis- CITY TICKET. For Mayor J. STOUFFEB. For City Judge II. C.RICE. For City Attorney ,l! TALBOT JACKSON. B. f & couxcii.mev. j ii !ii i if t Court House TEVIS, PICKELS. City MAUPIN. University GIBSON, BALLARD. Ilnll-MERSH- ON, RICHMOND DISTRICT. Fr Mnjfi-trn- to For Constable N. B. TURPIN. W. L. SIMMONS. can organ UjIIs the truth when It says: "If Republicanism in Kentucky meant what it appears to mean at this writing, the people will see to it that Republicanibin in the future shall remain only as a useful minority." d, The Frankfort Capital, a Republi- Hon. W. J. Bryan Is expected to attend the Democratic rally at Sprinj:-flolOhio. The occasion is to be made one memorable In the history of the State, and many distinguished speakers will be present- - The false. is to have it begin on the 15th Tho absurdity of the claim that reof September and continue until the publican victory would bring pros21st. perity is shown by thb condition of the country. Times are bettor y Uhaunoy DKi'EW thinks that than a year ago for nobody except gold a year will come in from the tariff monopolists. Yet tho Alaska. We will then repudiate our administration has beon In obligations says the Stanford Jour- power over five months and the elecnal, by paying them of! in cheap gold. tion was nino months ago. Silver nill shoot up to the moon In The Republican party isofnow on obtainwill bo convicted price. Rothschild will become a (d- trial. It under false pretenses and ing powor iver bug and the gold bugs will chango bo sentenced to letiro from oiOco at to silver bugs. The inonoy devil the first election. will lHciimoau angel of mercy, and THE CONSUMER PAYS IT. bell will bo a summer rcesort. pro-pra- m to-da$100-000,0- 00 Mc-Kinl- oy heartened, disappointed and divided. Tho action of the Gold Democrats will help the regular ticket. If the Populist candidate for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals persists in running he may possibly draw off 8 000 or votes not moro, but even then Shackelford will get fully 20,000 majority. Givex power under a pledge to reform the currency In tho Interests of the people tho Republican party has reformed the tariff in tho interests of the trusts. The tariff law already in effect has been heralded as having been made in opposition to the sugar trust. The Ho Is given to this claim by tho rapid and enormous rise In sugar trust certificates as soon as the conference report is presented to tho house. The increased value of these certificates could have had no other cause than tho contemplated tariff law Tho pretense that the law was formed against the wishes and desires of the sugar trust is shown to be 10,-000 TiiEiiB was a time when Honry Wswterson vigorously opposed the gold standard, and tho following was thou bis advice in the Courier-Journto the newspapers of tho country: All newspapers in tho land not owned body and breeches by tho money kings or tho gold conspiracy ought to call public attention day after d.iy to the lamentable conditions produced by the legislation. As Henry has ceased to talk about the hard conditions resulting from legislation the presumption is- - logical that the erstwhile Prince Rupert among silver leaders is now owned "body and breeches by the money king or tho gold conspiracy." Jackson Sun. al anti-silver anti-silv- er The Dispatch still thinks that the consumers pay the protective tariff. We invite tho Dispatch to specify some article, the product of an established American Industry, which does not sell for less now than when the protective tariff was imposed upon it. Loul8vlllo Commercial. This is easy to answer. Before the DIngley bill was passed the merchants of Louisville were Belling 20 pounds of sugar to tho dollar. They aro now soiling sixteen to seventeen pounds of sugar to tho dollar. Sugar has advanced about one cent per pound on account t the protective tariff imposed on refined sugar. Will the Commercial please tell tho people who consume sugar what foreigner pays that extra cent per pound for them ? Louisville Dispatch. m cm m w IP Brower.ScotiFrazee Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. n m4 Midsummer Clearance Sale! To Reduce Stock We Will for the NEXT 30 DAYS offer Special Low Prices on : CHAMBER SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, WALL PAPERS, STKAYY MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS. BABY CARRIAGES, and PICTURES, Everything m g law. Boofli Strictly Fintr-I3ui- 7 vJ -- IF YOU WANTBARGAINS COME AND SEE US. BROWEE, SCOTT n " & FHAZEE, Ooraer Mai a and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Misses Ada and Lucy Arnold, of Lancaster, aro visiting Mrs. Arnold, on High St. Judge J. C. Chenault rcturnod from a business trip tollazard, Perry county. Mrs. W. II. Shanks, of Stanford, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. a division. Mrs. Lou Hnmo, of Trvino, was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Grant E. Lilly. Mr. Ed. Rowland, of Jessamine, ScBivxKB-MnCoRA closed carcamp over on Friday and may re- riage whirled down Main street on turn here to live. Wednesday afternoon last which, Mrs. J. V. Zaring and daughter, though no uncommon sight here, Miss Birdie, will attend tho Shelby-vill- o elocited romarks of surpriso as tho Fair next week. occupants looked suspiciously like a Mr. John R. Gibson met his mother bride and groom. And so it was. in Cincinnati on her way home from Tho couple was none other than Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scrivner, nee Rachel the West, on Saturday. Mrs. Maude M. Clement, Walnut McCord, who were tho day before to united in marriage at New Albany, Hills, Cincinnati, arrives y Ind. Tho young couple wore accomvisit Mrs. G. W. Pickels. panied by Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mrs F. F. Winstead and daughter, Tho brido, who is a pretty and Nellie, of Cincinnati, aro visiting attractive young lady of nineteen Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bradshaw. years, is quite wealty, being a daugh-o- f Miss Sue McRoberts returned to the late Andy McCord. The groom Danville Wednesday, after a pleas- is an excellent young gentleman, ant visit to relatives in this city. sober and upright, and will Mr. C. R. Adams, who has for some mako a good husband. weeks beon visiting relatives in this countj, has returned to Ponttac. 111. Mrs. Sallio West, a lady of much Whitk. To Mr. and Mrs. Irvine beauty and attractivoness, has beon for a week the guest of Miss Hellon White, last Saturday morning, a 10- pound boy. TcrrllL pleasWoods. On Monday, August 10, Hon. J. A. Sullivan, after a ant vacation to Old Point Comfort 1897, at 10:30 a. m., to tho wife of and Atlantic City, returned home Clarence E. Woods, a dauehter Mamie Miller, named for its mother's Thursday. Mrs. L. II. Blanton, Miss Katie eldest sister, Mrs. J. W. Smltn, and Blanton and Mr. Harry Blanton, aro for its maternal grandmother, Mrs. guests of Mrs. E. M. Dickson. Bour- Caledonia Miller Chenault, deceased. It is a hap py coincidence that it bears bon New 8. Mips Mary Noalo, one of tho most tho name of Mr. Woods' first wife, charmingof Lexington's young ladies, Mamie Miller, niece of Messrs. John C. and Malcolm M. Millor, of this is with her cousin, Mrs. Mary Nealo county. Tho little ono weighed preThompson. cisely ten pounds. Mother aud daugEditor C. X. Bowling, of the Bfntty-vlll- e hterand father aro getting along ad. Enterprise, was the guest of mirably and are receiving the conMr. S. R. B. Black at Red House, sev- gratulations of many friends. M. eral days last week. Misses Florrle Chenault and Amy Smith have returned home after a pleasant week with Miss Jean Donalosok. Fred Donaldson, a well- Armsden at Versailles. known tailor, died at the Infirmary, this Mrs. Will Taylor, nee Miss Mary city, Thursday night, aged 50 years. McCord, and hor three bright chilCreech. The infant of Mr. aud Mrs. dren, of Great Falls, Mont., aro tho Jonathan Creech, of this city, died Sunguests of Mr. Win. McCord. day afternoon. Buried at Paint Lick Monday. Mr. Dabnoy Crenshaw, of Richmond, Va., is here, whore his wife Todd. On Monday, August 9, Mrs. and daughters who have been visiting DisaTodd, wife of Jas. F. Todd, deceased, relatives for Beveral weeks. ner Speedwell, aged 59 years. Five Misses Judith and Hallle Tudor, sous survive her, George, John, Minevab, two of Irvine's attractive young la- William and Luther. dies, visited their aunt, Mrs. Claude Baiujett. CamiluaBarnett, born near Smith, Thursday and Friday. Richmond, Ky., 77 years ago, died noar Mrs. David M. Sweets, nee Miss Lexington, Mo. After 51 years of wed Bessie McDowell, aud her two bright ded bliss his wife, nee Young, Burvives, children, came up from LouUvillo with 7 of 10 children. aud are stopping at tiie Willis House. Roberts. Undo Jimmy Roberts, Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson jeturncd on a highly respected citizen, residing on Sunday from California, after a two the Kingston and Berca pike, died months absonce. She was accompa- lftbt Wednesday from old age. He was nied homo by hor nophow, Mr. Thos. born in Leo county, Virginia in 1816 and was moved to this county when Bates, Jr. Lex- two years old, where he resided as- a Misses Amelia Hamilton, of good citizen until his death. ington, Mary II. Little, of Richmond, Bruce. After many days of watching and Francos Steonborgon, of Point Pleasaut, W. Va., are visiting Miss and nights of wgil, kind friends and Btricken dear ones Baw tho wasted body Nancy VanMcter. Misses Bennett are entertaining giye up the wul of Mrs. Win. Bruce on Misses Cooley and Skinner, class- Monday, just ai the clock struck the mates at Ann Arbor. . A boating hour of noon. Deceased was 60 years party on Lake Reba was given last of age and leaves six children, among them Mrs. Crews, on Fifth street, Joe, week, in their honor. William and Leslie Brute. Interment Col. Thos Turner, of Mt. Sterling, yestenlay at Union, services by Rev. W. one of the fow who went from MadiR. Lloyd. son county to the Mexican war, is spending several days witu Col. 3owaro of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, Chas. S. Turner, at Silver Crook. Messrs. C II. and C. F. Chenault at mercury will surely destroy the sense were in East Tennessee buying cattle of smell aud completely derange tho whole system when entering it through last week. They spent a day or two the mucous surfaces. Such articles at Tate Spring and mingled business should nover be used except on prescirp-tion- s from reputable physicians, as the and pleasure at that celebrated resort. damage they will do is ten fold to the Miss NanterBall, of HarrodBburg, good you can possibly derive from them. .Miss Annie Phelps, of Richmond. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Misses Minnie and Edith Cohen, and F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., con,Miss Nichols, of Lexington, were tains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directlv upon the blood visitors the past week at Mr. J. H. and mucous surfaces of the system. In Bell's. buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure von is visiting iet the Genuine. It is taken intemallv. Miss Esther Burnara and inafio in Toledo, Ohio, bv F. 5.-Mrs. James Lillard, nee Miss Parlin, Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. The latter is at Lawroncebnrg. KaTSold by Druegists, price 75c. por pleasantly remembered a& tho charm- bottle. ing guest who visited Misa Burnam during the commencement of '95. Dr. Emily Chenault Hunyon, of A Mexican Veteran In Luck. Richmond, Va., Is visiting her sister, The Now Market correspondent of Misses Flor- Mrs. A. A."Bowmar rie Chenault and Amy Smith and the Lebanon Falcon brvs: "Oue of our old Mexican Veterans of this Mr. Jennings Greenleaf, of RichMisB Jean Armsden community old Uncle Fileet Harris mond, visited mefwith godd fortune last week last week. Versalies Sun. Ho receivod a ehock to the amount on Monday Mr. J. Uobert Riggs left of back pension, with $24 for a visit to Cincinnati bofore-goin- g every month aj long aa he lives. to CampbellBville to tho assistant A Big Pear Trae. principalshlp of thef High School. all the walks of life this young In our last lssue-w- e mentioned a' pear In gentleman stands in the front ranks, tree three ieet iji diameter as one of the and it is no partial estimate w.hlch wonders of a county in the Southern part outlines a brilliant future ior him. of the State. Tlieje is one near thw city His departure, from Richmond i& sin- on tho arm of JVN "Vyinn that is seven '' . """IT cerely regrcted. feet throagtrantl was that large sevonfv- TheyLebanonvEaleon wd'this lust five;y9rs sgoJIfAltljoHjforaBcH' delayed Saturday Chenault. Tho Bourbon News sayB: At tho Hill Top Gun Club's bhoot yesterday J. Q. Ward, Jr., won the medal as champion of Bourbon county. His score was 82 out of a possible 100 blue rock targets. The medal must bo won four successive times to becomo a shooter's individual property. Tho Bhoot was a successful one. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Rico, noo Miss Shanks, of Stanford, loft last Thursday for New Orleans, after a visit to relatives here. Mrs. Rico was a bollo tit Stanford some flvo years ago and met her husband there when ho was a dispatcher for tho L. & N. R. R. His popularity and efficiency wore long since recognized by the company and he stands high in the estimation of his superior officers. It is not too much to hope for this excellent young gentleman, whom wo havo known for fifteen years, to seo him someday Superintendent of Mr- - Harvey MARRIED. o Mr. William A- Owsley, who in tho Master John Foster fell from a horse Louison Thursday and broke his right fore- early 703 was, a well-know- n arm. Tho horse was standing still, but ville newspaper man, being engaged Until Stood the girt had been unbuckled unknown on thomornlng Lodger and other jour- Appeared Each Season With Hood's Sarsa-parll- la Was Purified to tho boy, who fell ofT and struck his nals, died in Chicago recently. DurAn Indolent Ulcer. arm on a stone trough. The accident ing his career in the nowspaper Held " For several yuars J was troubled with happened at Mrs. White's on the Big Mr. Owsley was very active and was my back. Hill pike, and Dr. Foster was then at always on the alert for something carbuncles on ray lelt aide and They would disappear lu winter and Ford. He returned and with Dr. Jas- that wuuld Interest the rending pubtho next summer. I began taking per, attended to his eon's injnry and he lic. He wna sixty years old, and roHood's Sarsoparilla aud have never had is now doing nicely. tated to the families of bin name In any carbuncles since. My little son bad Boyle and Garrard countieii. His wife a fever and an indolent nicer appeared on A Bad Set. who survives him, was formerly n. his loft limb and spread half way around The negroes who were arrested at Rich- Miss Towle. of Frankfort. it. Our physician recommended a blood mond charged with complicity in the Mr. William O. Owsley, of this partner and I gave the boy Hood's cattle stealingcasea for which Richard county, was named after the above Earsaparilla with gratifying results." A. ' I Lakes and "Curtis Coyle were arrested gentleman. O. B. James, Polkvllle, Miss. " I have boon a great sufferer frommna-cnl- ar at Richmond. here, will be tried Masonry lo bo Dissected. rheumatism and In October began Lakes is still in jail here serving out a taking Hood's Saraaparitla. I continued concealed weapons. sentenco for carrying Some weeks ago Rev. Simiison Ely, a go when Its use Cole appealed and gave bond and it is minister at Kirksville, Mo., made an at- about asuntil January one andII could had have well aa any said has left tho country. Winchester tack on Masonry through tlte columns no acuto pains since." I. W. iSzssiCS, Democrat. of the Christian Standard, published ac Grand late, Louisiana. They waived examination and were Cincinnati, in which the order was arraigned on tweuty six ppecific charges. held over. He sent a marked copy of the paper to U soil ty all dragglsta. rrfce$t;sIxIor83. Mr. Bales' Big Purchases. Joe Bales, bought Wednesday of Joe President John Aug. Williams, of are Uie only pills to tike throwing down thcganutletto llOOu S FlllS with Hood's Sarsapanlla. L. Brow n of Clark, about 200 cattle and Iko and Prewitt Vanmeter about lCf. him. A correspondence ensued and a They will be delivered in Octobober and discussion of tho question was decided A Show Truly Mcrcl. will weigh about 1,000 pounds. Price upon between tho two. The- - discuseion "The Great John Robinson and will be a dignified one, setting fortli the paid 4 cts. Franklin Bros. Enormous Shovts comJo. Bales, representing Schwartz- - conflicting views on a subject, which con- bined" are announced t appear nt Richcerns a groat many people, and a tw o col-urchild & Co , of Chicago, bought in this article from each disputant will ap- mond in all their vast entirety, 03 county yesterday of Joe Brown, 204 head Friday, August 27, and for one day of cattle; of I. C Vanmetor, 110 head, pear wecklv for eight issues in llio ChrisChicago Cynosnre, only, giving two complete petforinantes, and of Prewitt Vanmeter, 50 head. tian S'andard and the afternoon and evening. All of our exEach lot averaged about 1500 pounds in La paper devoted to anti secret societies. changes speak in the highest terms of weudit, aud brought the sellers 4Jc. per Rev. Ely is a distinguish preacher and this great amusement enterprise, and is known for his missionary zeal and adpound. Winchester Sun. so vocacy of social and political reform. the many tougii 'hangers-on- " Land For Sale. fuuud with latge shows, are President "Williams U widelv known I havo 175 acres of good land situa- through his presidency of Danghters made conspicuous by their absence. ted on the Richmond and Otter Creek College and among Mason ji as one of There is not a game of chance of any piko, two miles from Red House, that their brightest members, having Wen kind permitted on or around the I wish to sell elthor as a whole or In Grand Lecturer of the Stnte mid is fully grounds. All the attaches are gentletwo separate tracts, 75 acres in ono capable of upholding his sideof the issue. men, and there is not a loud or profaue tract and 100 acres in tao other. It is word spoken. Harrodsburg Democrat. all in cultivation under good fence, It is a wonderful sight to see the wonEditor o! Tho Dispatch in Town. and improvements with plenty of waderful "horeeless carriage" in trial tests Hon B. F. Enloe, editor of tho Lou- of speed at every performance and in ter. Tho 75 acre tract has a now house on It. For further information apply isville Dispatch, enroute lo Eastern the gre.it double parade. The three Kentucky, paid a visit to Richmond rings and elevated stages are all going at to J. Tevls Cobb or mysolf. Jacob Huouely. last Friday and stopped with Hon. J. ono time, with entirely different acts. o B. McCreary, who served in Congress Performers nicked from the best the with Mr. Enloe when the latter repre- world affords, and there is more than New Meat Market. four score of them, w hose combined salOno of the nicest meat markets sented a Tennessee district. Gov. aries would more than equal twice over office was thronged with cal- the entire expenses of the etery day we have seen for many a day is that circus. The daily free street r amde is of W. H. Douglass & Co , in the lers who came to meet the distinguished visitor, and in the ovening one mass of glittering mngnillcenre, con-taiMackey building on Main street. "scenes from all nations," numerous open dens of rare wild beast", twelve Their large refrigerator and cold stoi-ag- o Mr. Enloe took tea at Gov. home, when n number of kinds of niuwic. herds of elephants and is now and will henceforth be gentlemen called. Col. Enloo la a tall, the finest imported horses ever sten filled with the choicest of meats. with a tented amusement enterprise. man, in ine name oi Air. iwugiass being at handsome agreeablethe prime of life, The coming of this, the world's bij.'ge- -t and is as in conversation amusement, is caiiFe for a "rejrd" holitached to tho firm is sufficient to say as he is entertaining t it will be a flrst-clas- 3 market. in the columns of and instructive day in every city it visits, and it i the Dispatch. He worth coming a day's travel to see. Alfred Douglas, undoubtedly re-ta- rn to-d- ay Carbuncles tj77??f7?i . - T" - - "" isSl Woman Greates Dislike V w Is Spring Cleaning and why not make it a more pleasant lit-il- e her. f.,r Hood's Sarsaparilla Har-rodsbu- rg, k SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY uu M New To take the place of those worn 01. t .iml entirely out of style. When them, she needs them in the. tln.-passe- I hiUPS WAY And auirht to have them anvw-.iand since she been so very economical ai.d you during the recent v, aug-18-lm- y's ng Mc-Crear- y's And now you can get them at such very L W providing you come to us from th m, tu' no excuse for you not making hor h.t; means home more pleasant for yourself. Hard Tims C . 3i tl-a- Our Stock is Complete And not an article but what has bo-- lmui. first of the year and entirely too mam mention each one, so just remember we have anything vou raav want ir ti. to-da- Ray-bur- n. BIRTHS. the best cutter in Madison county, will made a fine impression upon all who ever be ready to wait on their custo met him and impressed them as one mers. Give them a call. Telephone eminently fitted to mould public opinion upon all the vital questions 103. of the day. He, like Watterson, Is a "Chlnny" Goes to Housekeeping. native of Tennessee, aud like him has If well wishes were convertible into served with distinction in the Concash, and cash could purchase happi gress of the United States, and daily combats and confutes the arguments ness. Mr. and Mrs. Chenault Willis of the "Star Eyed Goddess" either by would be the happiest young couple superior .reasoning, patriotism, and In town. They have rented the cozy fidelity to Domocracy. or by reprintnttio homo on West Main Street at ing Wattepson's utterances and writ2 showing the glaring intho R. N.I. & B. bridge crossing, and ing of consistency of his position are housekeeping in the most np- - upon tho subject of finance. Thus provcasiyie. it is a stiaiiy nook, a out of iiis own mouth is tho Dispatch pretty little nest, whore the sun convicting the distinguished renegate. Col. Enloo was much pleased suines as origin, tne mras Bing as Richmond and with the support with acsweetly, and the grass grows as green corded iho now proper by Madison as in a King's domain. May they as county. He already has a iarger nnm-be- r of readers than the Courier Jourmonnrchs of this littlo realm be nal and only asks that the blessed with earth's choicest gifts. Democrats of Kentucky give their paper proper encouragement to in"Wheal up, SHrcr Down." sure its permanont success. Wheat continues to go up: 6ilver ex- contains to go down. Uold-gu- g 79-'9- J Buffalo Bill's Wild West. to-d- ay For the exhibition of Buffalo Bill's Gigantic Wild West Show in Lexington, Ky. on Wednesday, August 2oth, afternoon and cvenii peake and Ohio Ry. rate round trip tickets mission, iroiu an si.i of Jrorehead ; good goi of the 2oth, and good r August 26th. Tremendrous street o' clock a m., compos men, Cowboys, India Arabs, Russian Ooss troupe of United Stat Brine vour children-- " about it for months. . class, high toned shoj road Agents for furth aft Geokoe W. Dis Pass. Agt., Lexj 3 ' Climax Supplements - ciiangc. DEATHS. True enough, and the reason is very plain. There is no embargo on the raising of wheat or its use asthe staff of Hfo. Restore to Silver its rightful use as primary money and pass a law prohibiting the use of wheat for bread, and the conditions will bo reversed. Let gold be legislated against, as silver has been, and tho commercial value of gold will rapidly decline. B. J. Kewlon, in Owenton Herald. Capl. Prince Succumbs at Last. THE WORLD'S M H E&nSiNBD&Q C3 KVT J VVlNl K The Fiscal Court, late ytcrdaj ownum . ener the Climax had jrone to pre? tolltered an 01 .! r in- whioh all tui' ;l! gates in the county were removed, ai.d - - pi ves are no I mr. THE GREHTHI John Robinsc m SEr Use? H O BSP X wide-sprea- d a heroic struggle, Capt. Prince, the gentlemen who fell from the Btnnd here during the Fair, died on Monday night, after lingering since July 29. His body was shipped to Wheeling, W. Va., after services at the Henderson House, accompanied by Mrs. Prince and daugh ter, who have been here since the accident. We were the flret to reach the Captain when he fell, and heard him predict his death with firmness, and despite tho fact that there was little apparent reason at the time for such forebodings, as he was perfectly rational and calm, ho had never admitted ho would recover. His physician, Dr. Gibson, says death resulted from a ruptured kidney ami dislocation of tho spinal column. Simply his back was broken by the fall of eight feet backward upon his head aud shoulders. The accident caused and his stricken family are assured of the sympathy of tlm community. Deceased was 55 years old, a steamboat man, and lcayes a large fortune. A A fter HHNDM FRANKLIN BROS, Enormous Shows, Combine niieIeasoii u I Wny ! 1 T 11 1 IB Prceman Brothers arc makim; such a sweeping reduction in the prices of 1 Boots and Shoesl 1 Is that their fall and winter A stock is about all in and thev arc compelled to make room for them. Now is the time to get a BARGAIN. 1 V 1 it I A Horrible Accident. lurch throwing Klmbrell astride the lines which were tied to n bunch of shingles. Ho dauglod helplessly and tho wheel ran upon his leg above the 2 knee, and with his limb under the wheel tho team dragged him twenty yards, his leg serving as a "chock" to tho wheel. Tho team left the wheel 2 upon Kimbrell's leg, despite which he was able to tell a little boy accompanying him to run to town for a doctor. Some time after two negro men came along and pulled the wagon oil the man, and he was laid in the shade to await the arrival of Dr. Gibson. The latter found the poor man's leg mashed to a pulp, and thinks its amputation will be necessary to save his life. Milton Klmbrcll, a farmer of Brookstown, aged 35, mot with a peculiar and terrible accident on Monday which may cost him his Hfo. He was enroute home with a of shingles, and whon going down a rough road two miles from town tho horses took fright, the reeiqan Phone, No. 21. :3J-s- 5 1 11 i FliT J XIYIJMG Pictures. Enchanting Statuary sl fasts, 2 Complete Circuses. 300 PEEFORMEES iimm mmmi si33 RomanHippodronies 3 RING CIRCUS. 11 fmfeag in k 1 D fai r Open Den, The Grandest, llichesf, Barest Street Parade Ever Beheld Defying All Competition Every Morn-- . nig 'at 10 o'clock. aug-f-I- -- Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, y Kentucky EiS ffl Shoe Grain Drills nnr G0 mis CREAM DR; fflSl BIM Superior Disc Grain Drills LOW AT m m M rf .' fefe It DoorslOpen fMNeiiGi BANN6 f One Hour .Earlier. One picket Admits to All. Piitlgsl.a JSl- - wm ins il1 J B Ci i 11 ri .ii7irfKHinirfi j J mm&W nm 1W R 1j SCoslt ff 1 K flap 'Mm Put tout wheat in with -- one spl TOUT : , rMOSTPERFECTxMApE:'' xoJcr rv, t -ik "j.jfiert Biggsahefatttit itstilUMwnrtipeoro6iJkre.: iTS frt Ajwr GnfteCrsMnof arUr Powder IftA AwwwuVAlum any otfttr wkerrt, of "those drills rmd increase yield one third.. .w-jjr- .. . ISP jj 5K3i73F5J3lfTIafrHlSfG YAS Jm CTAAe, i 'f. . rfv afes 4"" " - ' . ' t fc- -' ft r j, l 18th-21s- ". .. - Smith's College, LexinjrtOB, Ky. Is where hundreds of clerks, farmer boya and others have invested $90 for tuition and bom-- for an educatiou and are now WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, getting $1000 and over a oar. Read ad. Hud keep this notice for refrence. RemSee notice of Alrs Williamson's ember in order that your letters may school reach this college to address only W. K. The weather is delightfully cool SMITH, Lexington, Ky. The Richmond Climax. W. R. I ! National Encamomenl. Hall Rales lo Louisville Auglnt , r: l. d $12.30 to Buffalo and return, account G. A. R. National Encampment, Aug. 21, 22 &234 good re- Mrilffc Mi trarel-lers-cn- fc (gTt theso nights. A new stock of vehicles now coming Young Peoples Christian Union, Indianapolis, d. Ind. August 18lh-23r- turning- until Sept. 20, '97, via L. & N. C53F5G3 This is the omcial Wheat is selling at at Henderson. route from Ky. An Old Are Ealnlng favor rapidly. Business mn and them in vest rockeu, lrwUsi carrr thm In partsa, b(4ttekepper keep them In medkdn eloeu, friend recommend, them to friend. 2t 4Qf I P"I o eighty-tw- cents Tbc Southern Railway will sell round BS. trip tickets to l.ouisvilfe at one fare for . v the. round trip August isth to 2ist inclusive from all stations in Kentucky. QySgalsfslSlf'' Tiekcts good for return to August 23rd rt s&3m" inclusive. See Southern Railway Tickle&' et Agent for rates and particulars. Wm. H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A. .2 ''feSru" J? iSSd?!) ism$r IWHS V KrSM? vViM4qr8$ v&VSlr,":5 L aug-1- 8 2w in at Douelsoii'fi. For the above meeting, the Southern Railway has arranged for rate of fareand See R. N. I. & B. low rates to d for the round trip on certificate Chattanooga elsewhere in this issue. plan. The Southern Railway via LouisMrs-- Williamson's school opens ville is the quickest and best route to Monday, Sept. 6. Sec notice elsewhere. Indianajwlis, running triple daily trains Remember the big Balo of proper- to Louisville with iree chair cars. See ty of W. K. Boggs deceased. See ad. Nearest Southern Railway for particulars. Wm. H. Tayloe, A..G. P. A. Donelsou's big ware room is about Moliee to Threshcrmcn. empty, but it will bo full again in a few days. The Climax wants the reports of the Poosey has an epidomic of threshermen to make up its estimate of w yield in Madison county. typhoid fever, duo to bad water- - No the will of heatobliged We if every man be greatly deaths. in the county who has been operating a Mrs. W. G. Whito will resume thresher will send us a statement of the her music class Sept. 13, 1897, at Ho- total amount of wheat he has threshed in aug tel Glyndon. Madison county this season. Drop a postal card to "The Climax, . Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Richmond, Ky.," and we will highly apLoxftigton Aug. 25. One faro for preciate St; rund trip on C. & 0. Bluo Grass Wheat Crop. The people know a good thing when A dispatch from Lexington says: "The they pee it. and they know that is the place to find the best vehicles. wheat crop this year will be better in s region than it has been the Mrs. G. W. Pickels will resume for a decade. A large acreage was soA'n her music class at her horac on Third last fall, and the yield is far above the aug street, Monday, Sept. 6. average, Fayette connty alone will produce nearly 300,000 bushels against 0 Miss Mary Pattie will resume her last year. The surounding counties class in voice culture and piano at her of Bourbon, Clark, Madison, Garrard, home on Socond street, Sept. 0. Mercer, Woodford, Franklin andJScott will also produce a great deal more of A pair of lady's low shoes found wheat than usual. on pike on Saturday. Pay fifty cents Thirty Years Ago. for this netice, describe shoes, and We inadvertenUy wrote of the Demoget same. cratic National Convention of 1SCS as beDempsey Wilder, for housobreak-ingan- d ing Chicago, whereas it was iu stealing James Dozier's watch Newheld in and York, this brings to memory at Red House was held over to Cir- the departed friends whom wo accomcuit Court. panied and met there. In our sleeper The circus will carry away a part were Gens. Desha and Preston, Gov. of the profits on the wheat crop. Bui and Judge Turner, of Richmond. the fathers must work while the Gov. McCreary and ourbelf only are livchildren play. ing. The late Sam Smith, brother of Leonard Riddeli, mother, wife and Congressman Mark Smith, entertained baby were thrown from their buggy us, or rather gave us room at his board-ir- g house. Paris Kentnckian. near Kingston on Monday and all To The Battlefields. 270 Round Trip. up. wcrf bruised low rato excursion from According to the Democrat. J. S. Grand Collins bought in "Winchester of Jam-t- s Nicliolasvillo to Chatanooga, LookEngle. 42 head of cattlo at 4 cents, out Mountain and Chicamauga Bat-tl- o Fields via the Queen & Crcscnl Route, to bo delivered Nov. 10. Saturday, August 21st. Good to reThere w ill be a big basket dinner at turn August 23rd. Good on all regthe Ruthton Christian church on Sunday ular trains on dates named. next. Rev. J. W. Pratlier will conduct See small hand bills for particulars the services. Everybody is cordially in- of this, the greatest excursion of the vited to attend. season Beautiful scenery enrouto. Burglprs and footpads are plying Historic Grounds and unsurpassed their vocation in a daring manner at views at Chattanooga. W. C. Rixearsox, Paris. Keep your doors locked and Gen'l Pass'r Agent. your guns cooked, and give the rascals one-thir11-l- m Preicher. Cascakets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. y SHEEP FOR SALE! I have for sale about S00 good stock ewea, about 700 good stock wethers, also a number of good Southdown bucks. Address G.E. Black, augflS-lm Elder G. E. Sweeney, now past his 91st year, father of Elder J. 8. Sweeney, pastor of Paris Christian chutcb, occupied his son's pulpit Sunday morning, commanding the closest attention of his audience. It was touching to see how this old servant of God nerved himself for this effort, and to those who listened to him and watched the lagging movements of his limbs once so lithe, there was truly something pathetic that produced a feeling of deepest veneration for the nonoeenarain who for 65 years haa been a faithful worker in his Master's moial vineyard, and has given four eons to the same good cause. Tho world is the bettor for his living in it. The good old man is still willing to do what he can in the army of the Lord, although standing upon the edge of life, with his armor catching the lijrht of Eternity's sun mavl-l10c Jo Lassitcr was perhaps fatally cut by John Pace in a fight near Mavfield. to that when sufYOU ought fromknow kidney trouble fering any that a pafu, suro remedy Is Foley's Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or money I r 2gtiy ?Bjr Jrr MID-SUMM- RTX tGS? ?r V 'WE?' 9r . Sl&fi Jb&&s V vjS&kfe35? -- $&&r W xS) - 5 'ISSk 7TT V iyvfeLV m-a- &S wjp ) sa GREAT ER CLEARANCE -- SALE til re. Irl s AT THE- - Bed Bouse, Ky. Busy Bee Cash Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. Stores I refunded. aug4 4w ublic Rentlii! Saturday, gg- - Luke Pike, a young negro, went to sleep on tho railroad track, near Adair-vill- e, I will rent publicly to the highest bidder, oa and was of course killed. the premises, ubout 10 o'clock, a m., on A Ecrarfcabb Curo of OJxrouio Diarrhoea. when I served my country as a private in Company A. 107th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1 contracted chronic diarrhoea. It has given mo a great deal of trouble ever since. I have tried a dozen different medicines and several prom inent doctors without any permanent relief. Not long ago a friend sent me a sample bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, aud after that I lxjught and took a 50 cent bottle; and now I can say that I am entirely cured. cannot be thankful enough to you for this great Remedy, and recommend it to all suffering veterans. If in doubt write me. Yours gratefully, Henry Stkinbekger, Allentown, Pa. Sold by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. In 18C2, U, 11, El The farm known as tho James Tribble place, uated on the Jack's Creek pike, 7K miles jm Richmond, containing :::::600 acres,?.:::: On which is one Nice Dwelling House la good repair, good stables and other also two comfortable tenement houses. Fifty or sixty acres to be put in wheat and fifty to go in corn, the remainder in grass. s, Donel-eon- 's Blue-gras- Paris Kentucklan. In Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and America, the five great continents, Shaker medicines are being used by snfFering humanity for the cure of sickness and disease. IT IS WELL WATERED AND LOCATED. ld m 116,-00- 11-l- m Mc-Crea- ry Never was there any such universal demand never such wonderful results. Shaker Digestive Cordial, a cure for indigestion, is prepared from roots and herbs, and is a natural remedy, which cures by aiding nature and not by fighting her. Shaker Digestive Cordial makes those fat, who have become thin by not digesting their food. It restores the spirits and the appetite of those whoarc dejected and fagged out from the wearing effects of indigestion. It relieves the symptoms of dyspepsia and after using for a reasonable time, finally cures the complaint. Sold by druggists. Trial bottle 10c I At the same time and place, I will sell 7 mares, 5 yearling mules, one extra saddle colt, one mijch cow, n machine, a rake, harrow, wagon and other farming Implements. For further Information apply to Jake 8. WMic, Whito Hall, Ky , or J. D. Tribble, Richmond, Ky. Ers. Jas. P. Tribble, aug!8-3w Administratrix. As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion we 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. Never in the history of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the opporstylish, 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 "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at 6c, 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 yd., 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 12. c 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, BleachMuslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, 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. Ingrain Carpets that we will We have quite a lot of remenants of Brussels and All-woclose in this sale at a great loss to us. They run from two to nineteen yards in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once before they are gone. All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this sale, Nothing reserved, we bave decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Now is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty stales 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 3'ourselves. Bab)T 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 $6.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price $1.9S. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. goods in every department and you You all know that we carrj- - nothing but first-clas- s also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. When we tell you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be sufficient. Come and look through this Great. Bargain Mart and we will save you some money and at the same time you will buy a great niairy useful things at unheard of LOW ol ,M f ' ,SW aug-4-l- m Geo. Dunn, a negro, in trying to board a fast flying train at Colesburg, was mashed to death yesterday. lo Chattanooga ?. '"?. w & When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c mayC t'.l lyr Tho mine agitators have failed to show up at Dawson's and their visit will be . fruitless an)-how- It The of Vill Miller at Cumber land Gap has not been captured. Blaycr to receive It monials for Chamberlaiu's Colic, is always gratifying endorsement August 24, at the low rate of $4.00 round trip. Telephone era and Diarrhoea Remedy, when the 90 for particulars. testiChol- The R. N. I. & B. will sell tickets to CUattanooga and return August 21, good returning on any regular train WISE WEN KNOW- It is folly to build upon a poor foundation, either in architecture or in health, a foundation of sand is insecure, and to deaden symptoms by narcotics or nerve compounds is equally dangerous aud deceptive. The true way to build up health is to keep your blood pine, rich and nourishing by taking Hood's Sarsa-parill- is from a physician it is especially bo. "There is no more satisfactory or effective remedy than Chamberlain's Colic, Choleraand Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Dr. R. E. Robcy, physician aud pharmacist, of Olney, Mo.; and as he has used the Remedy in his own family and sold it in his drugstore for six years, he should certainly know. For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. aug-4-- a. 1 m Elvia Rainey, formerly oi Fulton, was killed at Charleston, Mo., on the night Hoot's Pills act easily and promptly on of the 7th. the liver and the bowels. Cure sick FREE: S20.00 IN GOLD. Blcycle.dold Watch, Diamond King, or a Scholarship in -Draughon's Practical Business CoUcgc Nashville, Tenn.,or HPi-lI- f 1 Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship In most any other reputable business college or literary school in the U. S. can be secured oydoingalilUe work t home for the Youths journal. Vdvocate, an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and especially intererting: and profitable to young people, but read withintcrest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Acdress Youths' Advocate Pub. o., Ilashvillc, Tenn. Mention this paper. . r V O1 1 Tl O" vMII k All-wo- ol semi-month- Sg3'jtnEV' V?1 fjs'Sv augl8-l- y headache. August 7, twelve carloads of livestock were shipped from Sonora, Hardin coun- Sot "Weather Rulss. Educate a warm reception. Itev. National Fox Hunters Rice'. J. Robert Boatman filled his pulpit at Mt. Zion on Sunday. Ue returned on Saturday from Columbus, I iid , v here he has been assisting in a 1 irge protracted meeting. If you want to be astonished call as we did on S. L. MidkifTaud examine his line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and nud wagons and get his prices for same. The jtoorcst can afford to ride in a vehicle tf at In prices. Sitting Bull Enright's real Indians will go on the war path at Silver Creek next Saturday. Vinegar Bill will pitch for the Creeks. A great game, predicts Hume. A special train w ill be run to Irvine for the benefit of the Irvine Christian church. Capt Thomas will throw the Estiil Springs grounds open to the excursionists on that Hay. Take a pleasant outing and spend the day at the famons Springs. J. J. McGinnis, auctioneer, reported about 75 cattle on the market, Monday. He sold ten heifers at $13 perliead 12 or 13 steers common and long yearlings, at 118. Milch cows from $25 to S30. Quite a number of horses from 530 to $50, one mule 3 3 ear old at $49. About500 sheep on the market bold privately. llarrods-bur- g Rain-in-the-face Stan-alex- is The National Fox Hunters' Association meets in Cyiitiiiuiiu on November 15, which comes on Monday. The first lay consists of a derby race. This race is eighteen for hound puppies under months old. The premiums to be awarded to the pup showing the best judge ment in finding red fox and pursuing him when started, speed, endurance, etc, included. The next day following the Deiby the Champion Stakes will bo decided. This race includes all dogs eighteen months old and over. The prizes to be awarded same as Derby.' Every fox hunter is invited to be present with hi3 docs. AH dogs within a radius of fifteen miles of Cynthiaua are ruled out. So Say We All. ty. J In warm weather bowel complaints frequently result from over eating or over drinking. Folrv's Colic Cure afderangements and is guaranteed. aug4-4- sliuationwyk fUr SB ra a - Business, PHONOGRAPHY, 'I elegraphv PRICES. Respectfully, It gives us pleasure to 6tate on the authority of a leader of the National democrats in this county tnat they are in line this lime ior tho democratic county ticket and will ote it almost to a man. We were satisfied that these men who were led by conviction to part company witn us for a season could be depended upon to stand with us in the local races, especially after they 6aw what a mese the republicans were making of things and since they have presented a ticket that if elected, will make matters infinitely worse. Let every man who hss the interest of his country at heart come up to the help of the righteous and all will bo well in November and thereafter. StanfonKkmjTial. Jas. P. Beard, a prominent Shelby Addm, WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., county farmer, dropped dead while For circular of his turnout and responsible walking in his garden. COMMERCIAL C0LLE6E OF KY. UNIVERSITY Awarded ZXedal at World's Exposition. Yo Oaa Depend On It Refers to tbotu-not in positions. Foley's Colic Cure is an instant Coat of Fall Bailneu crmdnates including TuiCoarse, that tion, Books and Board in famlljr, about f.O. and Telegraphy, Spedaltes. Lonuie Hill, a Louisville brakcinan, was relief for colic, summer complaint, Shorthand, cholera morbus, diarrhffii, bloody flnx. BSTThe. Kentucky Unirenity Diploma, under seal, badly mangled by a train at Campbells-burawarded graduates. Literary Conree free, if desired. chronic diarhom, cholera infantum, bilEnter now. Graduates successful. Ky. In order to havt jwr Uttcrw reach u, addrett ony, ious colic, painters' colic, and all bowel WILBUR R.SMITH.LEXINGTON.KV. The hair, when not properly cared lor, complaints. 25c. and 50c. aug4-4uugis-e- r Iofcs its lustre, becomes crisp, harsh, and lad, Oscar Sullivan, a dry, and falls out freely with every combing. To prevent this, the best was drowned in Whitley county yesterdressing in the market is Ayer's Hair day. Vior. It imparts tiiat silky gloss so es- Don't Tobacco Spit and Emoke Tosr Ufa Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily sential to perfect beanty. and forever, be made well, strone, magnetic, A great many peach trees in Hardin full of new life aud vigor, take tnat makes weak men A Book for Young and Old. county have had limbs broken by the strong. Many gain ten pouuds in ten days. of your Over 400,000 cured. Bny , i. heavy load of peaches. druirglst, under guarantee to cure, 0c or & WE CURE OUR DandrutT is an exudation from the f UiO. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling UeicedyCo., Chicago or Nov York. NERVOUS RECORD pores of the skin that spreads and dries, One of Lexington's old landmnrks, an forming scurf and causingtho hair to fall Esti 1378 BLOOD Jlj old frame house on West High street, is out. Hall's Hair Renewer cures it. ds Mr. Katanael Mortonson, a well known citizen of Isbpeming, Mich., and editor Superior Posted, who, for a long time, sufiered from tho most excruciating pains of rheumatism, was cured, eight years ago, by taking Ayres Sarsa-parillhaving never felt a twinge of it since. fords perfect protection fioin all bowel W Hfe. Ef'coprRiCHTtaTV - sjvfeg?ife) r - - - nTHi' -- W. D. 0 LDHAM Uf CO 1PANY. PeP1 r' r g, & 1MB SALE - loa. w fourteen-year-ol- d ww:&:&m& -- wonder-worke- r, s White TRENG'S . fe$ ? GREAT ac m H Gibson PLEADERS fcN2jyf fc&T lflD-- S Is now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approvNOTICE the rare bargains we are . offoring for al of a generous public. Same price to every one and CASH in every instance. It being razed. 250,000 Everybody Bays So. Mr. Ben Strange, well known to the Cacarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonCapital hotel at Morganfield. derful medical discovery of the age, p'eas-au- t tasio, artpcutlj That rasping in the throat is a fore- and and refreshing to toe liver nnd bowels, positively ou kidneys, runner of lung irritation. In such cases clcausing tho entire sjsUm, dispel colds, constipation headache, Sayings. Dr. Bell'B Pine Tar Honey gives almost eurobiliousness. fever, habitualand try a boand Please buy 10,25, RO cents. Sold and instant relief. It is fast becoming fa- ot C C. C The Silver Creek base ball team mous as a remedy for all affections of the guaranteed to euro by all druggists. Saturday at played a 'double-header- " Big Estate Divided. throat and lungs. Owensboro and Daviess county will Silver Creok and won both games, deThe Commissioners appointed by the feating Point Leavell by a score of 17 Pallid faces indicate pale, thin blood. vote ou the gravel road question in Noto 8 in the morning game, and Paint court to divide among the heirs of the Rosy cheVcshow the pure, rich blood vember. Lick 10 to 7 in the afternoon. Siiver late B. M. Osborn, of Scott County, his resulting from taking Hood's Sarsaparil-la- . Tetter, and Eczema. Creek will next tackle tho Richmond landed estate, have made the following The intense Itching and smarting inciteam on Saturday, but "Umbrella" distribution. The estate consists of 3,176 The Smithland Banner has been en- dent to thero diseases Is instantly allayed Jack says they will then drop their acres of land on the Cincinnati pike and larged to a seven-colum- n paper, and by applying Chamberlain's Eye and two town lots in Georgetown: To SL Clair laurels. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases greatly improved in appearancer" lxavo been jwrmanently cured by it. It Griffith, 130 acres; B. O. Griffith, 200 Dr. Tutelage gives this characteristic acres; Annie DeHaven, 245 acres! J. O. Thero are some people who never is equally indent for itching piles and remedy for sore nipples; recipe of the Chautauqua, which embracFinks, 497 acres; B. O. Graves, 155 acres; wear dark glasses and yet they never see a favorito chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites es lils idea of the good it has done and is Warner C. Graves, 155 acres; Alonzo anything bright: it's the people who are doing. "First, get an immense caldron; Graves, 177 acres; J. B. Graves, ISO acres dyspeptic ami soured. Everything is and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box, m then put into it a lot of John Wesley's and one town lot; George T. Graves, 165 out of joint witli such people. " I suf J)r. Cadi's Condition Powders, are horse sermons. Stir them up well. Next throw acres: J. C Fluke. 552 acres and one town fered many years with Dyspepsia arid just what a Tonic, needs when in bad blood purifier and condition. a lot of Presbyterian catechisms, and in lot; J. A. Fluke, 220 acres and one town liver troubles but have boon relieved vermifuge. They not sir them up. Now throw iu some Epis-rop- lot; Cora Griffith, 55 acres: J. W. Grif- since taking Simmons Liver Regulator. medicine and the bestare use food but to put a in vigorous pravcr books. Stir them in prime I know others who have been greatly re- horse per package.condition. Price 25 fith, 81 acres and one town lot. 3ents ly. With all of this mix just enough old lieved by its use." James Nowland, Off With Their Heads. Baptist Rater to moisten it well. When "The Opinion" is a new Editor B. J. Newlon, formerly of this Carrolton, Mo. you have done this you have the Chau-iauqufolio published at Sturgis. Owenton HerRobert Stanley was shot and killed by One drop of the concoction will city, says in his excellent Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and DiarCaleb Lane, in Letchhis brother-in-la- w, k.U the most stubborn bigot that ever ald: rhoea Remedy alwnys nflorda prompt re Major D. G. Morgan, disbursing officer er county. lived." lief. For sale by W. G. Whito Rich of the Bureau of Engraving and PrintWhoa You Taka Your Vacation. L. & N. Excursion. aug-4-lmond, Ky. ing, tias lost his job because the RepubExcursion to Cincinnati and return licans wanted tho place for one of their the most necessary article to have with .Lexington is to have a big bicycle Fridayr August 27th. Special Train will own men. This is right. It is said that you (after your pocket book) is a bottle oi Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute meet next Vednesdav. leave Richmond 6.50 a. m. 51.50 round C. M, Johnson, Chief of that bureau, prevention or cure of all derangements Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Seltrip. Returning Train will leave Fourth who is Morgan.s will also be by a change of ect Primary School at her homo on SevStreet Station, Cincinnati, 10.30 p. m. removed. This, too, will be very grati- of tho bowels caused water. enth st. the first Monday in September. Kuper Hood, Agent. fying. Johnson is the fellow that aug4-4- w You are likely to need it. Your patronage is solicted. juno 30-t- f was to be a Democrat when ho Drowned In The Kentucky River. Strikers and deputy sheriffs clashed at appointed to this fat position, but regisAcetylene Gas. Wm.S. Adams, brother of Rev. P. voted as a Republican at the Dcarmits mines and blood shed. Wo are now prepared to placo on F. Adams, and undo of editor Adams, tered and hoping to Mrs. Williamson will reopen her tho market our machines for genwas acctdently drowned in the last Presidential election, thus hold his place. It affords us a peculiar Select Primary School at her home on erating Acetyline Gas. Theso maon Friday. river near Nolan's Creek apSeventh t. tho first Monday in Septem- chines are adapted for lighting He was a Union Veteran, aged 53, and delight to see the headsman's axe plied in such cases. ber. Your patronage is solicited. stores, factories, churches' and prileaves a wife and several children. juno-30-- ti Centuries ago. people used to fear vate residenc38. fmajl towns and County Attorney Cobb Complimented. what they called a pestilence. Black rs who went to farmers can now have gas as well as Many of the County Attorney J. Tovis Jobb was Death was the most terrible thing in the Alaska are selling their outfits and re- thoso in tho cities, as each consumer complimented by a resolution passed by world to them. They fear it as people controls His own little gas plant, the Magistrates of tho Fiscal Court, at now fear the Cholera and Yellow Fever. turning home. We which is quite inexpensive. their last meeting, commending his And yet there is a thing which causes Ycu and. Your Oran.4otiior guarantee to furnish six times as faithfulness and efficiency as County At- moie-miserand more deaths than any Are removed from each other by a span much light at less than half tho extorney, and particularly for his negotia- of theso. It is so common that nine-tent- of manvvears. He travelled in a slow pense of ordinary gas, electric light tions for ffee turnpikes. while vou take the or kerosene lamps. A flrst-claof all the sickness in the world is going stage-coac- h traceable to it. It is merely that simple lightning express or the electric car. agent Is wanted in every connty to Immense Yield Per Acre. constipation. It makes When he was sick lie was treated by old soil our machines. Millers estimate the yield of Shelby j common thing, dizziness, fashioned methods aud given old fashpe- - pie listless, and causes ToiiEtKj Acetylene Gab Co., county to be between 350,000 and 400, Toledo, Ohio. nugll 2w highest headarhes, loss ofappetite, loss of sleep, ioned medicines, but you demand mod000 bushels. Tho record for tho after eating. medicine as well as in every per acre is held eitner by Mr. Sam foul breath and distress furnished by ern tdeas in Tield thing else Hood's Sarsaparilla is the The little help needed is Brown, of the Cbristiauburg neighborOne pill medicine of to day. It is prepared by some- Dr, Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Two thoroughbred stallions. Elkwood hood, or by Mr. Jordan Harris, at is a gentle laxative and two a mild modern methods and to its preparation (SuburbanlWinner) "Dunboyne," loth thing over 45 bushels per acre. Once used, always in favor. If arc brought the skill and knowledge, of dinners. lor,narticalar& write to " To The People. vou are careless enough to let an unscru modern, science. Hood's Sarsaparilla PKTEEPOSTKLL, I am a candidate for the. office! of pulous druggist sell you something on act4 promptly upon the blood and by augll-2- a "HopTunsville, Ky. Is your making pure, rich bloodit cures 'disease County Attorney of Madison. If elect- which ho makes more money t it BAY TOR SALX. , ed, my rule of conduct in the office Bhall own fault if you do not get well. Be sure and establishes ood health, nugt 4w r1" be, "equal and exact justice to all peo- and get Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Peter xMonahan, aged seventy-fou- r Have.25 or mora tons oissico timothy cents in"one--csnf- c Send, twenty-o- ne ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall years, was hanged at Baltimore for wife hay "for" be my constant endeavor to secure a pru Btauiiw to World's Dispensary. Medical rnurder. . - '" -- ImgULv'ill .!bt ash cured riglitf dent and economical administration of Association, Baffklq, N. Y,,.acdXeceve page "Common Snse x5uBttrya,l0c?box of jCwekfSfejtirs the fiscal affairs of the coanty, and thus Bf? Pierce'sJOOS - i.j . t u ...i Tr i i ietlkal"Advk'' prMMeIy4trtod:j'l- -i igreduce the exesee? e rate ef taxation., v "" ' . :r - it . v. j in min i'ttt ' I -ro$r iHji rro. solicit your aid. 383Tl?. ??"" Halt-Rheum ? al six-colua. son-in-lapro-tendgold-seokoy hs es 11 fpwv nature when igmimnt of tho tcrnblo crimo you wero commtUinff. lid yoa only consider tho allurements or this evil habit? When too lata to avoid tho terrible rosnltd, wcro your cyos opened to your peril? Did yoa later on in manhood contract any PlSIYATE orllLOOD disease? Wcreyoucurod? DojoancV nnd then eo some alarming Eymptonu? Dare you marry In your nrewnt You know. "ilKK FATHER, LIKK PON." I married, aro yoa constantly Ihing In dread? Is marriage a fall uro with you oa Recount of any weakness caused oy early aluso or liter excesses? Hae you been drugged with morcury? This booklet will point out to you tho result of theo crimes and point out how our NEW METHOD THEAT-MEN- T wilt posltirely care you. It dhows how thousands havo boon ravod by our NEW TREATMENT. It provcf bow wo can GUARANTEE TO CURE ANT CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. Wo treat and euro EMISSIONS. VARICOCELE. RYI'HII.IS. (1LEET. YflllMfi MAN lUUlIU til (ill i 5?ll 250,000 dram E DISEASED m private DISEASES 3 CURED A Hro ?u against 5 In. Ladies9 Fine Goods. $$$&. The East Is Our Market. () Men & Boys... A suit that suits is worth having. There's so much instrlnslc worth of ready-mad- e clothing that one is indeed fortunate to light on a genuine bargain. Appearances are deceptive, but there's nothing false in our suits. Tho sale on now is to decrease stock No reserve. and they must go. Genuine Bargains Suitu at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $0 00, $7 S-JsJK- l 3 n? 'H places. Can't bo duplicated for twico the money other CO. CRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DIS-CUARUES,KIDNK-anliLAOUUll d srnirrrintw diseased. iMPdTJiVflV. SK-- a CURES GUARANTEED its ES a "Tho eneloin Wa-- os of Sin" rent froo CONSULTATION KRKE. If nnablo to call, wnto for QUESTION 11LANK for HOME TREATMENT. 2c stamp. 11 tI6t 1 SF-S' mm. feworai m "mz J&52, n. s Wf: S fl flattest of Straw In a city Is queer. But we're cutting -- r C"4 5aJL 3 jhi -- a&$k -- . Rti.. ict ft rri: inifcia-R- t ffiyy: Vw Staw Hats and the harvest is hero a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. mIIbi Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. DRS. m k. .w3 -- 'ttt tw-- . 1mb augl8-l- y 4f;S tfaKt M &TI-IEf- c 11 Men's Working Pants GENTS. p iu.7rj - Thoro are shoe stores which keep one or two of tho shoes we have, but there aro none that keeps th6 variety in foot wear t.. n.. A..l.l.ltl.n.nn4 mju . which iiiiiKCTi our usuiuubiiuiuu- - .K. mecca'for all who aro looking for fit and excollenco of- quality and Hfo our S1.25. 21.50. Sl.75 and $2. Shoes 25 that other shoe stores are asking 25 per cent more inonoy Fi r- b for. -- u.- WTfi rShoes In Every Styled At one price to all aliko. t- 1 - work-TrifiiiRh- ir.. r-- Whafs Your Need? lA choice, "111 take the neck "Busy 1 se" fcto! 25 PfMTx (P UCll I Ol peo- mm - m h - Price, $5.00 IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE been thoroughly tested by THIS washer has and Madison county fami Richmond y without a rival for efli lies, and stands ciencr. simplicity, durability and, cheapness. Tbonsanda of ladies In all parts ot the country ere using this maschine, anil declare it to be the only washer that has relieved them from drudgery of wash day The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. or nothing said the collar to the cuff." "Well, I'll beclose to hand," replied the cuff, and " We will self it with, the posi- ?obsal tive guarantee that it will give satisfaction, or the money will be refunded. , Every 'washer Is warranted for Ave years j and if any part gives ont within that time, jse ? will Teplaoelt free of charge.. nicHMOjfD.Tvr., Jolt 5,l3?7 I - purchaaheci a "isnsy uea" waancr frflmllr.B P, Langford, and my wife gsvc it A trial and U much pleased. It does tho work pert w tly and Is sot tiresome . -!- Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoesj 80 cents. Ladies' Shoes 80 cents. A BeautifuljLine of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. " 1 1)uck Suitings 9 cents ri yard up. j2i Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to $1. Brussel Ganpets from 50 cents to $1 a yardv Straw 'Matti igs from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. ; ; Look at these Rrices :worth $8.00 Men's Suits for $2.50 SJMA j SM& Bargaiii is Now! If J r -- ' -.-- "fr of many testlraoniaU ri- reierences we ceivedln efer to the pro prleto8or:THE Climax, who are wen pieaw- -i hafg yanwasea .'Jhe above" tnisouy,-.-Awonpcf- - ,4.' fe- - onear BKV.J.WiHnX. Bargains Forever 1,1! . gi EIf.' ,Vr"-- . -- 8flerwtdliiKio5iRlit,i T hm8b.m t . ,RcBK-k- er the Prfce Is Briy n -- $- - if'iiJUl tar, 5V ' I I. flit,w6l'rtRatorW -- . -. -? - fe, jt tt trrw c -- iV, SJ' ,',-, 1" 8, r, ju&swwhv -irW-yaiM, --B " T11 t -S- .'&",jSik3sr .l i-- "- St i-- ji -! ramBffSBniTW h9H BanBBnilBBHflBHB9HBHHHH "TMlnT hi nWninfflHjTii r tnWfiir rrnnii inWwiilliTnCBlTnr aiif a f in t 'V AAVx Q'- -- ykfeii 3m ' m -- i a.ft (gl fSjSb. rr " . H) Ml "K II V a 1" cT so they were satisfied. That's the way with our customers, no matter what their fancy .may dictate, we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Ieck- wearaEd Shirts of every de- scription and at prices that can't be reached by others. CX -- aJM S H "tlflfl ,, . ! H JH "-f- m 1T. rOl UlMHl 13 irt- YcHUCb i. I JUW rlltCb IlT-- -, t OCe j . l-i M ilMM PBllH i i1 fT ' 'i " 4 BMHMWMIIBBHwSwWBrMfflBniiM m tfi?4r,r; ' t ViiiHw . wHniHmwlmMl9mw JhHI .aaflB'HsS. SKfl -- A3 'r ill ! 'IP. f- - . ftr J. st er v - - II R: n:.,.v TtTWI. nw ixiwiiiiiiriiu wtiiiiuii !- - x fc .v lfrHTnrirv av.xixuxi.vx OT.W5 iiunu hon. j. g. bailey, s CANDIDATES ANNOUKCCHENT. , , in' lAtot - New rrom All Part CouuouwUtU. FIFTY MEN FOB, MAGISTRATE. it io announce Ixuidoil a Cnlocod Murderer In the YrrwUUes. If jr. J. U. Hkniiy a candidate for Mac-isGO YEnsAHAns, Ky., .Aug, trato of Kirksvillo Precinct, subjec-a n nniinn f lii TaninArnnA nnTfv 'men, tyo white and the rest colored, on the free turnpike ticket. rode into Versailles Sunday afternoon for tlie purpose ol lodging in jail Jo Jones, colored, the perpetrator of a terrible niurdcr at Faywood, this county, Saturday uighCJones and llankin, AVo aro authorized when tho Creator said to woman u llrciUey's AdinlnUtrutlou liu!orl ol Uo "in sorrow shalt thou bring forth Adoiiled. a curse was pro O. Uollcy, children," that Louisviixn, Ky., Aug. of Miit'ofUu county, cleric of tho court of au- - nounced, but the joy felt by erery pcnlK. presses to Contrary to the expectations of many, tho Hother when ahe'first Jail t .....,.11 f V.nL.A nn naN i...t.i m . her heart ner uciu ivtuuiuuii Maw tuutciiuun i.u l'lat-forr- Of Mnn&Cn County, tho Republican Candidate for Clerii of Ulc Court of fc jis TT,nkf- TwManv e xiul:j-ia-l mi Aiatt'iA v - I .e & f i To Komlo.tte Kentucky- republ.cans a Cmnlld.ito i i .. u.ownuU,. . r 1 I I Out Qla33 Kuxicllnll. this city, lucsday, for hc purpose of ncmiuatijiifnllcrkof the court of bjiiksiK was entire harmoulous in it-- i v ork. , Thcro as an Jdca insoinc quatten. thht thcrvould be a hitter ;htbelncn the Uradley and. Hunter- TVwM- - fni frtn .lilif l!i t rn rnlwhtli .if tVin ... . k.i k. i j j I I p bns become quite popular but cu prices on cut jilass have madeou stock of handsomo wator cruets, salad bowls, sugar bowls, etc., more tha i popular. If you are intending t send a wedding present shortly, her j is yout chance to pick out just ththing to send and save from one t - a dozen dollars. Deep Cut, cut j a deep cut down in tho prices of tho deep cut, handsome cut glass pieces in our stock that have been aiknirol kind most admired. We have rIass pieces are thv mad-- j so long. This is your chance to add to your china closet, and your sideboard some of tho finest cut glass ware made. Cast your eyes in our direction. Jewelry was never offered at such low figures. We give you tho chance to buy at bullion cost. Tho manufacturing and designing must go unpaid for. No limit to bargains, watches are cheap and it will pay you to come in and see. ). e30-l- y The Main St. Jeweler. The mercury at St. Joseph, climbed to the 100 mark. HALF RATE Mo., TO VIA MUM "B14 Four Route" ACCOUNT lit r Annual Convention Young Peoples' Christian Union, AUGUST 13-2- 3, 1097. 1 Tickets will be sold bj the BIO FOUR ROUTE Augutt 17th and 18th, Rood returninc until Ancnst2l, th pro iko that uion deposit with Joint Acent Indianapolis, on August 22, 23 or Limit to of 2, an extension laterlteturn September leave 12th, not than may be had. Rate Only One Fare for Round Trip. For tickets and full information call on any ticket agent of the Big Fonr Koutc, or address Warren J. Lynch. E 0. McCORMICK, Pass. Traffic Mgr. Ass.Gen Pass ATkt Agt CIHO KH ATI, OHIO. and ofT tho lioor of the contention prevented the anticipated 'clash. .ThCKlateand national iidralnls-tratioUie murdered Negro, attended a festiand civil service was nire eudoi-&vval at the residence of James Johnson orpoed alonp thfi llnew laid down by there-ceOhio republican contention. In other Saturday. They had trouble over Ranwords, oceorulnK to the KcntuckyTcpublicaa 'v kin's wife. lewf. civil service Is Rood onouuh In its way, Between 8 and 0 o'clock. Saturday but there ure certain ofllccs which Hhould be night in a dirt lano near Johnson's, removed from its control. The convcntlon ax a Jono Mw tho top of Rankin's head no enthusham to nspeak quiet one. There was apoil tv lth a Bfaotyjun. Jones anode his plause coining? tthen tho of, the only real to hpeukers referred escape. After dragging Ranking body civil service reform. Tho convention hall was moderately decinto tome wexi6 on the side of the road, Joneb inado his way to Elkchestcr, a orated. Small 1U8 praced the pas Jets clear outside of station on the Louisville Southern, and around the while larretho baKonius and alot'tt flags were tastefully the walls, asked for a drink of water at a cabin draped over the main doorway in the rear of there. Tho Negro woman recognized the halh From the dome lu the center a giganliim and sent the intelligence to the tic specimen of old flory" swayed la illy. Tho party which wa3 scouring the country immense staxe as drapsd with a half do7.cn large flags, n hile high abo o eenver in tho for him. Jones is about 25 years old, tiles was a picture of Presidentlu McKlnlcy. SO. Under tho inspiring of tho "Enquirer and the alain man was about March" the 1,000 or more delegates took their teats at two o'clock. A noticeable feature was A LONG SLEEP. the large sprinkling of colored delegates. A Little Typhoid Victim Ha Not Known a At 1.50 the stalwart form of .Temporary. Chuirman Dcboe appeared upon the platform. Day. Waking Motnont foxTwentj-Sl- x At the conclusion of Senator Deboe's speech Locisviixk, Ky., Aug. ifl. Tor 83 the rogular convention routine was taken up. days little IZlle Dick, the The ttOTOra! congressional district delegations daughter of Mrs. Thomas Dick, of annoanood the members of tho different com427 East Kentucky street, has not mittee sleeted at the district conventions in opened her eyes and baa not the morning. Chairman Debo3 then announced known a waking moment. Sha has two committeemen from the state at largo on neb. of the committee. The committees wcro been asleep the entire timo, and then uent out to deliberate, Dr. Frank Wilson, who is attending Tho committee on permanent organization -d her, says she will probably sleep a w. the first one to report. The report recom(lection dnys ago mended the county, of J mitre George Denny, week longer. Twenty-eigh- t of Fayette for permanent chairman, she was attacked with typhoid forer. and J. Speod femith. of MidNon coanty. for For two days the fever raged, and then permanent secretary. Uoth of these gentle24 suddenly left her. She then sank Into a men accepted tho trusts Imposed upon th,m. stupor from which she has not aroused, Atthoconcluslon-o- f Judge Denny's speech tho until 8 o'clock. although every effort known to medical convention adjourned convention convened and At' 8 o'clock the science has been used. the committee on credential.-- , made Its report. Were tlio Causo of Tiro Shootings Near Howling Green, Ky. Thcro were contests lninly tlireooutof 119 JOHN DUCAN counties, uhd in each of the three the decbtfon Howijxo Okci;, Ky., Aug. 14. Wilregulars. Tho lis Dickson shot and dangerously Tears in tho waslnfovorof tho Sentrnccd to Twenty-On- e thQ committee was approved by tho Penitentiary An Appeal l ill lie Takjn. report ofus vulo of the convention. The comwounded Lon Graves Thursday night U'laiiiin Lonisvuxn, Ky., Aug. It A epqcJal mittee on resolutions then miulo Its repjrt four miles from town. Dickson owns hlth was adopted by a unanimous standing a melon patch and Lon and Charles to the Post from It.irbourorille, Ky., says: The trinl of John Ougan, vote. liraves visited it Thursday night, and Kcsolved by the republican rarty in convenehargwl with the mimler 0 John on .seeing the owner began firing and tion assembled which has been in progress .lore Flr-- t That we afllrm the principles of the succeeded in wounding him in several to a republican party as set forth in tho platform places, when Dickson fired with the week, wa broug-lifor the close Saturday morning- by a verliet oi s loplcil by it atSt. Louis in above result. All parties have been arSecond Thane Indorse the republican na-- t guilty of maualaaghtcr, aad a sentence on il and state administrations, and especial-- 1 rested. The boys are well connected. of 21 years in the penitentiary. The John Walker, who runs a melon state ofiximmtnd the action of our pre-cjury was out 38 hours and for a time it ficial In their efforts to suppress mob ilolcnce patch near town, was fired on by three to preterm ed tho financial credit of the men v. ho attempted to rob him. Walklooked us if no verdict could be and reached. An appeal will be taken and state. er opened fire on the thieves and one TLInl We commend tho action of tho already n bill of exceptions has been fell, mortally wounded, it is thought, es i f the republican party in the Med. tariff bill which will rilso revenue but his pals succeeded in getting him butltcienl to support the government, prevent out of tho way liefore Walker could get Ilnilnft Mun Com ml U Snlcldo. bonds, protect InU of LouibViLi.c, Ky., Aug. 10. A special tho Issue labor and maintain tho national to him. mcrlcan to the Evening Post from Gallatin, credit. Reward Offered for llowllng's Am.iMlns. Tenn., says: Capt. V. II. Shafer, one Fourth We arc opposed to n system of civil Fkankfout, Ky., Aug. 14. Gov. of the best known racing men in the service that builds up an ofllclal class practiBradley issued a proclamation offering cally a life tenure In aim st all branches of the bouth, committed suicide by shooting public son Ice and tic demand that the civil S200 reward for apprehension of the himself through the left temple, in his pen Ice be so m jdlflod as to limit tnn tcrjis of murderers of Al Bowling, assassinated room in tho Trousdale house in this service to four j ears v. ith tho pri Ilego of re- at Morehcad Thursday. Bowling was city early Saturday morning. No appointment or pr motion subject to such re- pardoned about two years ago of a life secure competent ofllclals cause is assigned for the rash net, as strictions as willof the country its propor and sentence for murder and lived herj to every section he wat, wealthy and seemingly happily some time. lie finally eloped with of them. bituatcd in all hib relation-.- . He was Fifth We heartily sympathlre with tho Mrs. Minerva Gaines, the wife of a the o ncr of the IVy tonin stock farm struggling people of Cuba in their efforts to sebusiness man of this city, cure liberty and independence. near Gallatin, an 1 w.is worth in who had been a teacher of the peniten-- That we recommend to the poopio Sixth neighborhood of S15J,0J0. lie wu 5." the adoption of the constltutio nnl umendment tiary Sunday school. They were afteryears old and a w idower. the last legislature, allowing all wards married? submitted clth-- s and towns the prU ilege of regulating un- Ztlurder at a Clrcin. Dr. Ne.il Sues for DUoroc. i leglslnth e supen lslon. tho method of levyMayfii:li. Ky., Aug. 10. l)r. 11. J ing the taxes tlie'y lmpobc on thtmscUesfor Louisviixk, Ky., Aug. 14. A special city and town expenses. Ncal, who...: wife left her ho:u myj to the Evening Post from Cumberland Jntn- - (i. IJiUay. of Mao'Sn eountyf was Gap, Tcun.. says: William 31 iller was teriously Sundny morning ftiwut 0 for clerk of the court oi the'i rom'natcd D'cloek and about the sani" Urn th it opjvals by Secretary of State Oharlo O. Fln-lrshot and killed by W. C. Clark, one of nlsj Mr. U. F. llobson, u hvcrvm and John Fclund, Jr., of Christian countv, the sons of the proprietor of a circus lia-bv W. II. llalrd, of Logan county Mr. I'claud here. bus liled suit fo: left, in Miller attempted to force his and the nomination of Mr. liailey divorce the tnreuit clerk'o ollije withdrew, unanimous. Mr B illey accepted in way into the circus without p.vying w as made here. on eloquent speech. The com cation then, at w hen the difficulty arose. Miller is the only eye witness of the killing of John 1C.20 p. in., adjourned slue die Shelter a Succcix. I.cxliiKon Dos Colson by John Dugan at Pineville sevLf.mnotov. Ky., Aug. 10 The LexMuj field l'eoplo IClojio. eral months ago. Colson was a brother ington dog shelter, established by the leaders on nt rarty st-r- ms Tho republicans of Kentucky will assemble in this city at Music Ilall Tuesday nf- t ! rr uinti nnnnunl (am 4r Ofinnf n . latform aml nomillot0 a amdidate for clerk of the court of appeals. There contrary. will be a full representation of all the Dancer and suffering lurk in counties, with the possible exception the pathway of the Expectant of some of those in the eastern part of Mother, and should be avoided, the state; The that she may reach the hour centralmembers of the republican state committee assembled at is to Gait house Monday afternoon and the when the hope of her heart sebe realized, in full sigor and lected United States Senator W. J. Do- boe. of Afarion county, for temporary strength. chairman. It is the general impression that Judge George Denny, of Lexington, will be selected by the convention so relaxes Tuesday for the permanent chairmanopinion the the system ship. The Monday among wa,s leading delegates night that the natural and convention will be entirely harmoninecessary.. ous. In some quarters the feeling change seemed to prevail that the old fight betakes place tween the Bradley and Huntcr-Tod-ond the factions would be lloor of the convention, but the leaders . Hausea are sanguine that they will be able to ..Headache, bridge it over. Henrous or Chairman Barnett, of the state cenGloomy tral committeee. in an interview MonForeboding day, said: "I believe that the prospects and at the trying hour makes for victory by the republicans this year Weare better Child-birt- h easy, as so many hap- are much make than last py mothers have experienced, going toheavj'." a good fight and the vote will be nothing but "Mother's Friend" When asked whether the convention does this. Don't be deceived. would make any special indorsement "Mothort Friend"' is. tho greatest remedy ever of the Bradley administration, Mr. put on tliomarkotandallmyjctistomers praise It Harriet replied that there would be an highly." W.II. Kino & Co., Whitorrright, Tox. indorsement of the national administration and incidentally the Kentucky Bent by Mr.fl.on receipt of price,$l 00 PER BOTTLE. administration would come in for a Book 'To Bxpoctant Mothers" mailed free, convoluntary share. taining valuable information aThe platfoim, he said, would testimonials. emphatically condemn mob law, and TH BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.VTUANT,Qa. civil service and prosperity would be COLO DT ALL DRUGGISTS. touched upon. 25-THE GIRL SAVED, MELON PATCHES Mut Her llrnvc Hescuer Was Drowned In w Court of Aicnl. Loiri3Vii.i.n, Kj., Ang. 10. tor Clerk of the Bradley AI.--o Bradley Thursday night entered an order on the executive journal formally removing Superintendent Scott and Assistant Superintendent lihorcr, of the Lcxingtoa asylum The order is as follows: f'ExicimvK Offick, Fkankfort, Assistant Khorer The Order. Ky., Aug. 13. Gov. UnM -- HEADIME Wf --- m peter fluck;si- I - v. H . Great German Remedy, 'SSarlJ You Can't J9 ? s5 - vfew V Make jtt Jf fortunate troubles at the Eastern Kentucky Asylum for the Insane, at Lex- 'FiiANKrouT. Ky.. Aug. f'J, 18U7. "Being-- satisfied r,hat the present un- "Mother's Friend" At, that the ington, can not be otherwise solved, and that the interest of the state and that institution as well imperitively require it. Dr. W. F. Scott is hereby removed from the office of superintendent and Dr. Mr lvin Rhorer from the office of first assistantphysielan of said asylum. 'William O. Bkahlf.v, Governor of Kent acky." KENTUCKY BOY Cancels u Mortgage on III Mother's Homo V.lth Al iskn Gold. .sauzv vjj k " For the ana Immediate Relief Positive Cure ft JO Jwll Jg& AsiUSn Q&3l a White Plum from 1 Crow's Tail, nor a ?ooj t V Sik Bicycle from Ccsting Tfcs MONARCH W A M SeJ all thrjjgh. NEURRLGIfl. Indorsed by physicians of the highest t landing. jfflSS jjiMW without lEWKp Paths, Ky., Aug-- . 18. The Bourbon ah. colony of cightincn already in Alaska R. H. HUNSTOGK CHEMICAL CO., jed to an even doyen, will soon be increa as four more men Thursday left this 1 HANNIBAL, MO. city for Douglas City, Alaska. They . may26-6rwere Henry Hall, Dennis Winn and Boone Wilmott, of Hutchison and Harry Kedraon.of Mulr. Hall was here READY TO on a visit, having spent several years reat Douglas City, where he ceived big wages in the stamp mills, and he induced his friends to join him 'on his return trip. One of the young Our factory on Street in Kirli men who left here for Alaska six nioiiil "is now ntiiniiiir. ami we months ago has recently sent home to fill orders for twbt of tl money to cancel the mortgage on his H a mothers home pltce, w hielr.was made A to enable him to reach the golden laud. . a l-- 25o. per "box. Driccists. Fok Salb bv Look Under the Enainel ! We want bright business men to represent U3 everywhere. v S 1 viaKTSSv tryt.-r- t fisbkc &B8ri- a.. "Sk y in V ts SUPPLY THE TRADE vmvc CYCLE CO. Londor New York MONARCH Chicago 1I1 HUNTER INDICTMENTS. Attorncj rt ut rnmkfort- - Subpoena li CMCrf. Wil- 1, n "Pair M. 0 0! " ul apr!4-l- y ed the Kentucky Klcr. Nicholasville, ICv., Au. 10. Gar net Patterson, a prominent young man, -- pat 1. repre-senta- th fa was drowned In the Kentucky Kiver, near the mouth of Jessamine creek, afternoon. Ills body has not yet been recovered. He was a member of an outing party of boys and girls who were camping near the banks of the river in which he met his death. Monday afternoon Patterson and several young ladies were in the river bathing. Miss Harriet Hockor waded out to where the water was over her head. Patterson swam out and succeeded in snving her, but he himself was caught in a whirlpool an I weut down to a watery grave. DAUGHTER KILLED And Her Futher Wounded IJy tho Mother Thursday conferring with Attorneys Brands, lhre grades. Wo can Kive ynr j l'ryor and Rodman in regard to the in iimirw Send us a trial order; yon wil dictments uendinir airaiust liim, Dr. iflml with our products- '.Hunter, Hon. E. T. Frnnks.Xool Gaines 'e pltMM'il to hear Iiom country and Tlios. Tinner, ehurged with nlleged ' y conspiracy to bribe legislators. Ross, White the defendants son announced thnt lil.'IIMONll. KV. 40 i will be n ady for trial and will insist on a hearing of tin citses in Septornlior. DS. PEFFER'S He said that among the witnesses for ' whom supoena will be issued w ill be ' Blackburn and (lov.Bradh NnWIHSCHVF.RT. IVrrKTAiL? A ner. mi auk ami aai- it rmiAdjt, Gen. Collier. "Senators Goebel a.id Iiifr W. ajT, LJiTH.n tunuioru.NuwiirOtll.jmcrno, UOl Bronstou, Hon. Nerge Clark, Hon. Itr j II. Gossoui and Commissioner of A jri- Vt 5a Vv vhpo of iiixrn3 unltAtiONb riaro t3 - 'Kjr, msll Lc VI. Fo culturc iloore. ftf:ileil lu Ilaiik wrailir. tnil - lr Ekjm-Tallmer-'h.iut- FllAXKroirr, Ky.. Aug. 11. John A. Wilson was here Jacks" HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently 61YES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, Mr.Wil-Monda- 0 AFullUneof BUGGIES, SUBREYS, ROAD "WAGONS, sS XTSxTlSilBSB -, FELU roi-o- 3- r r rest-beari- by an angry husband, who found him in his wife's room. Maxey Curtis shot four-year-o- Louisville, Ky., Aug. l'nramour. 10. Surprised Skkgkxt, Ky., Aug. 12. The Tyree Sold by Richmond Drui: property nt White:.burg waslxmghtfor G. White. fcl,700 by the Presbyterians, who will at once begin the erection of a 5,000 college building, to In known as Letcher college. The citizens of Whiteshurg SOMETHING wi.l contribute libi-rally- A S.".,000 Colleso Hulldlnir. ii c- .lanipJ for jMrtfcular. Pw? hr lra I'FrFI.KMVUI ', aric.'lloruiMlTr CVLAt-sOe- We also Manufacture UUtJAILUUIVlPAKft CRAWFORDSVILLE, 1ND. !H THE WHITE. m3v2T Cm i TIO., Ulc.. Co 111. DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS . pro-lrti- t'u t and probably fatally wounded Eugene Clark and killed Dolly Clark, tho daughter, who was standing in the line of fire. Curtis is 18 years of age and Clnrlc 39. The shooting took place at 0 o'clock Monday morning, at 1423 Campbell street, the residence of Clark's wife and his four children. Clark and his wife, who is about the age of her husband, have not lived for some time, though no divorce was procured. He is connected with the South Before the War Co. ld The wharfboat belonging to the Owensboro Wharf boat Co. sprung a leak and went down Wednesday morning in eight feet of water. It will be pumped out. No freight was lost, but some was damaged. Add Dahart tlio oiuiuee. 12. h'irf lxi.it sunk. Owknshoko, Ky., Aug. W I I Every Merchant $ OUGHT TO $ USE. t I l IitESTOX6Uvr.o, i Ky., Aug. 12. Add KUKLUX KLAN Dahart was chostn the nominee by democrats from Floyd, Knott and Let cher counties for representative on the first ballot. Lee Stewart, of Knott, will be the republican nominee. Hotly Full of millet. MoKEHKAP, Ky.. Aug. 12. 'iS, MWwl'''1 ift" : jy b best for the Dealer to handle. Send for KjK$pl Caog'JC Prices. "a " Work f-- "- - : Sale- - . :n z. a- -: N i-- 7 y. i, New York humanitarian, Mrs. Grace G. Davide.-J- s u success. Up totheiires-cu- t time SOU" has been collected in dog R. N. !. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 29; tax,, and, nearly been killed. . 400 worthless curs have Gov. Taking Eflect 1S9G. I San-da- y, May 2, east " 1st Class. bound. 3 No. 9 Bx Sun Ex SunjEx Sun No."!-- No 2d Clas. llradlcy Saturday morning appointed Chaxjcs, Logan, of Ashland, assistant mine Inspector. Hart Vance, who was originally slated for this, will get an asylum appointment, but Is not yet placed. To Fbankfort, Charles Lognn'n Pluin. Ky Aug. 10. A M. mL Versailles Nicbolasville Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberley. Ilnuwneld Panola P 10 20 11 00 11 25 11 40 11 5-- P.'M. 12 12 12 12 13 16 30 15 1 05 M 6 57 7 36 8 00 8 13 8 30 A S M. 55 12 55 20 4S 10 10 11 11 P. M. 12 50 1 05 2 00 2 15 3 20 Petitions lth over 4,7f0 signatures were filed ith tho county Judge, and ho will order an election Monday to be held in November to test the opinion of the people on the free gravel road question. Iho1 r&rrott Wants Damages. LnxiNOTO, Ky., Aug. IB. Paul Pax-ro- tt has filed milt here for $5,000 damage, against D. T. Fisher for defamation of ch&r&ctor. The plaintiff charges that Fisher had accused him of Uio Trfco Gravel lloail OwKXfriiOEo, Ky., Aug. 10. Tet Question. Irvine 11 Irvine NoT2 T"No. 4 I N67"8"TK6Tl0 wbst hound. Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M 1 1 Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond. Million Valley View Nicholasviile VenaUlea 2 2 2 6 05 20 6 81 6 58 7 55 S 2 4 4 4 5 1 30 55 00 14 17 35 00 15 40 30 3 40 4 28 4 40 5 10 5 15 5 40 perjury. 5 00 5 30 5 07 6 48 8 35 bur It. Smith, of the Kentucky univer Trns-Misslsaip-pl Conimliilfmcr Ch)Cr ft. Sraltb. Lexisotos, Ky., Aug. 10. CoL WiV Mayfiei.d, Ky.,Anir. 11. lien F. of Congressman David Colson. liveryman ol llobson, u Suspected AYhltocapa 1'reo. this city, and Mrs. It. J. Neal, the young JlAiinoDSIiCKG, Ky., Aug. 14. All day wife of a physician, have left the town rriJuy the Commonwealth was taking together for unknown parti. IIobjon testimony in the whitecap cases. left behind a wife and several children,' Nine men have been charged two of whom are" grown. The elope- with the offense. Five of the ment hasraused great excitement. men were discharged, no evidence whatever having been adduced. The Toll Tax Suit. trial of Wilson, Uansdall and W. M, Louisvn.r.i'., Ky., Aug. IL Seven Louisville have brought suit and W. D. Royalty will be concluded against the city to collect poll tax paid Saturday. Tho witnesses aguinst the during the last four years. They hold Royaltys are the Sheltons, with whom that the tax is illegal. The suit brought they have been at feud for years. is a test suit. If successful poll taxes Loan Association Afeolgns. to the value of $50,830 must be reLouisvili.k, Aug. 14. The Mechanics National Building and Loan associaturned. tion filed a deed of assignment Friday, Woman Adjudged Insane. Prominent naming John L. Dunlap as assignee. Owkxbbouo, K3'., Aug. 11. Mrs. Miller, 72 years of age, widow of The deed sets forth that the recent adverse decision of the court of appeals iht late It. F. Miller, has been ad- has cut down the profits of the associajudged insane and was taken to Asylum Tuesday. She is a tion, and has rendered it unable to member of a prominent pioneer family meet itu obligations.assignee, said Mr. Dunlap, the that erf Daviess county. the company would pay out dollar for . dollar. SYNDICATE FORMED well-know- n Commits u F urf ul (iutrage on Setcn l'csi-lI- o Near Jilt Kec, Ky. McKhK, Ky., Aug. 10. Saturday jht,near the mouth of Horse Lick creel; seven people were taken from their homes and whipped with'switehes. George Abrons, his wife and niece, LMie Jane Perkins, and the families of William Collins and Dock Miller, neighx bors, were attacked. A band of 20 visited each of the three homes, ku-klu- Alvin I $ fi "HAMILTON" , citl-rens- and after stripping the inmatrs nuked and tying them to trees, whipped them with switches until they were covered with blood. AbronS, wife can not reShe has been an invalid for cover. Dcvcrul months. I.lietl Bowling, was found w ith his body per- forato1 by 10 tolle1fc about two milc3 Wcd. from lmm obout twQ nesday afternoon. J. A. Nichols, who was searching in the woods for his hogs, came upon the body deep in the forest. Howling was serv- , .. s o . ... .. i r 4 t . d e. .,c;rt ., ,.rt, pardoned IS monthi ago. His wife has been prostrated over the killing of her husband. He left her several days prcvioub to work in the woods near where murdered. Men Horsewhip Society Girls. AUTOGRAPHIC book-keepln- I WJslivV 3 HTHl&'iSj? ( C- A V X ? P " 'curly a Century. N10101.A8VII.1.K, Ky., Aug. 10. Mrs. Jennie Lyons, aged 91) years, the oldest resident of Jessamine county, is dead, after a lingering ilbiess. She was formerly of Somerset, Pulaski county, and, with her hiihband, was one of the first settlers in that, the southern part of Al-mi- ra the state. During the late rebellion she was a warm southern sympathizer, and did much to aid the confederates. She came here 10 yean ago, and has since made her home with her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Hughes. I)l(Ml 10. Arch Ryley, aged (V5, is dead. The cause of his death is said to have been continued grief over the death of his sou, Areh Hyley, jr., who was shot by the Montgomery brothers about two years ago. The tragedy occurred at the close of Nicholasville, Ky., Aug. of Grief. Vmt . A.M. Pr"M. PM. A.M. sity, has been appointed commissioner from Kentucky to the Irrignti&ncxposition at Omaha. m 11 All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. "W IL ADAMS, Superintendent. ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE AJAX err, Jmpotency, SleeptettneM, etc. canwd bj Aim or other KxcessM &cd surety W Thmy tfuUJUu 4md rostora uxt ltalltj in olX or jouna. &na fit a man for tody, bqalnM or jn&rriaff. iFrtTt&t InsonltT and OoaraiDDtion if tAknr in tuna. Thairnite fihovra immediate imDTOV- it znanl and effaoU a CUKE where all other fall Thej opon harins the enalne AJtx Tablet neBinitpot-lti-v nareoareauiouftanaaananiioiireroa. written carantee to effect a care CA PTC in each or refund the money. Prioe wU Ulwi per Itackace; or six i kg full treatment) for fSXO. By wraprwT. noon receipt of Circular 9fl s. && taall,lnilaln Xruo. A AV ypMPnvrn Ky. jurrim- Olup, IU- - For sale in Richmond, Ilerndon. by Hasan y fab3-l- A The Cycle Lebanon Handsomest '97 month or more the people living near Bald Knob, Ark., have been finding vnluable pearls in a lake near that Lexington' Oldest IIoaHO. place. Hundreds of people have been , .. Tl. LcxufOToK, Ky., Aug. 16. Tho oldest opening mussei MUi im ... 1. ui .Vn Ikmimo In Lexington, a frame structure ncnrls. and some rare trems have been at 41 West High Btreet, is being torn found, some being sold for as much as down. It was built 110 years ago by SS00. Andrew Caldwell. A special from Bald Knob $a.ys that n syndicate of Memphis parties have Died Prom tho Heat. Fbeemoxt, Ky., Aug. 10. George leased the lake for a term of five years Justice, a wagoner, was overcome by forS10,000. They will build a fenco the heat and died in the greatest agony around the lake and begin with a steam dredger. They will also erect an 'eleSunday. gant club house. The lake is said to Two Hathcrs Drowned. pearl producer inthe CiTr, N. J., Aug. 10. Two lie the richest Anwrnc United States. venturesome bathers were drowned in HLhop Howe Dead. the surf here Sunday. They Tvcre LoxirON, Aug. 11. Kt. Rev. William Tlios. C. Laswell, aged 21 years, oi Plnceton. InL, and an unknown man, Walsham Howe, I). I)., bishop of in Ireland Tuesday.. He was supposed to be an excursionist from Philadelphia. Young Laswell came born in 1823 and consecrated bishop in here with his friend, J. M. Parrott, also 1S33. Bishop Howe "was the author of jrom Princeton. IncL, on his first visit a jubilee hymn winch' was widely published shortly before the queen's jubilee to the seashore. in June. , The Eastern Oil Co. has disposed oi its holdings at Sistcrsvillc to the StandNew York Heralo A special to the ard. The property includes 47 produc- from Baenos Ayres, Argentina, says ing welhrand the price paid was about The news of the assassination of Senor 605.000. CSuovas del Castillo has caused the most intense excitement here. 1 1 for l'carls In tho Purpose of en Arkansas Lake. Littlh Bocic, Ark., Aug. 11. For a Child lVounded by--a Fuser-IJBow lino Giieex, Ky., Aug. 11. Some unknown man, while riding along tho y. .u I road, attempted to assassinate the son of Perry Anthony. The little fellow was shot in the leg, but not seriously hurt. The matter is a mystery, as Anthony says, he has no ene- and M the man fled M mies wlmte soon as he fired the boy was unable to tell who he was. Kuttuwn Industry. Kuttuwa, Ky., Aug. 14. -- - Messrs. Anton Brucken and Lew is VanSkiver, of Laramie, O., have secured a site in Kuttawa, on tho Cumberland river and the I. C. tracks, on which they propose services at the village church, and was attended by most sensational circumstances, in which the Montgomery 's Young boys' sister was involved. assailant's were ncquitted. Ky-lcy- Kentucky Piwtmanters. to build a factory for the manufacture of spokes, poles and shafts for buggies. Other manufacturers, attracted by tho facilities, are investigating the field. Wake-fieliVdie- d BICYCLE Manufactured. MPBBB D?ricc, S7G.OO. Ccrrngated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. . Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 hard-worke- Lieut. Dunean'8 FunenU. Lexixgtox, Ky., Aug. 13. The funeral of Daniel Duncan, second licutcn- ant of the post at Ft. Sheridan, who was drowned in Lake Michigan Sunday, took place here Thursday afternoon from the residence of bisi Henry T. Duncan. father, or f Ls Manufactured by KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. s WwliroLMasJ .....HE oa.XO PATS THE ... TOH JK).8 8E FREIGHT. PAT F0S THE . . . DRINKS. STREET. 'phoneys. . ram-ft,- Thousands of men In every walk of life all over the world are playing a desperate j gsnie witn uam ior an opponent, mey are playing with an opponent who has every ClAClNHATI. Aug. U advantage, and the outcome of the game is Duruii .Jury Still Out. syrlnj FuJtm Sprlnu fancy. as certain as Death. The man in any walk Suit for 313.O00. IJabhoubville Depot, Ky., Aug. 14. fumily, i2.MZZ.te; spring potent. of life, who is too too busy, winter patent, tJ.lfti5J; fjney. 53.7aa4.iu; OwKNsnono. Ky.. Aug. 13. Margaret 2?o verdict has been rendered in the to take care of his health has only himself family, 33.1020.33; cxtre, re.70OS.tt); loWKrade. Dugan murder case. The jury has been iilO&2.3J; rye, uortb.KCi.tcru. iCOOKJiCU; do comes. Schlosser, wife of George Scblosser, to blame when the final break-dowOweffsboro deliberating sinccJThursday at 0 p. in. city, siiuiitt). filed a It ii easy to keep health while one has it, deceased, but uphill work to win it back when it is Thursday afternoon as administratrix Tho opinion is now general that the Wucat Sales: No. 8 rcfl. notataal at 653 lost. A man neglects a slight indigestion. of his estate against the Louisville, 87c jury will not agroe. Then his appetite gets poor: That's a trifle Corn Sales: Mixed car. traclt, CTJJc; yellow and he pays no attention to it. Then he Henderson and St. Louis Kailroad Co. Adjudged Insane. ear. track, 23c complains of headaches and it is hard to to recover 15.000 as damages for the Oath Sales: No-- 8 mixed, traelt. t'Sc: No. Campion, Ky., Aug. 14. George W. 4ltn Qlrt lnir work or think. His sleep becomes restless 1.I11I. o .t V,w t,i .Vnwr1 j wnn wti.r . "hronrrlit liorn mi Am S mixed, tnjcli, 17a. only gets tronbled spells of it. He of Juuuary, 1637. At, the time of tuo -r- -" and he : Hooa Select bvrachera'. flOjitO; fatr get nervous aad irritable. Everything goes AWi AA.U..tl.J, ,UJ UOW 11 to be fcA-to Rood packers. wrong both at home and at business. He killing the coroner's jury exonorated tried Thursday and adjudged insane, 1.10; commou aad Slf&$iG3; fair to gooJ l!tlt, rougUS. !A253A8i Cattlb Fair to good Shippers, SUX)&LB0; Sersists in paying no attention to his the company from blame. and was taken to the Lexington LunaThen some day he breaks down. good to caotce butchers, fJ.0J3tWi fair to Hot Brutally licutci. tic asylum Frida3. The doctor says nervous prostration or conconmoa. JiSG aoJluru butchers, J.&vj3-K- ; An unsumption as the case may be. He has been Itu8SKixvnj.n, Ky., Aug.-15- . 3.1a Sues for 323,000. playing a game with death and has been named, tramp tried to. beat Shekp Extras, 53.WS1C3; good to cholca, IvCttawa, Ky., Aug. 14. Freeman E2.SiS3.U; comaoa to checkmated at the weakest po'nt f air. tiliigCKS. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is Geo. Cliilds, a colored bor, to dcatlt in Yandall. of tlio Hddyvillo prison, FriLam us U0&dJ; good an unfailing cure for all disorders of the di- the "Wind Tiger" district Thursday day filed suit in tho Lyon, circuit court S3.03SS.40: Extras, to fair, JL7o$L8v to cbolco, commoa gestion, and the deadly maladies that follow morning. Wednesday night ho gave for 2j,000 damages against Tilford A. veal CALVis Fair to eosa light, 83.T3j In their train. It is the great blood-makeCliilds a quarter to get him some UraswfU for alleged alienation of his tt53; extras, S17i: commaa aaa larje, JiSJJ r, and nerve tonic It cures oS 5.50. per cent, of all cases of consumption. It ts whisky and Childs never came back. wife's affections. .I.I ... Woo washed, flne raeriao, lOUc per an nnfafling remedy for nervous prostration Thursday morning they met and the Vquarter-bloo- d c'.othlo?, Valuable Oil Sprlass. medium, and exhaustion. Thousands of meahave t tramp tried to do Childs tip. JJolli were and clothlag. Ulis; brill, te&lSs; 4SAf4 J tViV lVUVLir Mr1r ) - MCA Comitox, Ky., Aug. 14. The oil wSUtAW U.UU. ". &L4A4tAA lU:it o, locked up. springs on" the S. B. SmitK farm, two medium tocomblna. 14l3i Washsd. Uas after all other reaediea nad failed. All X XX l&r medlaa clothlog, liaiOct Dark Honto Vi'Ius. h. Do not deal with a drugdi nggirtr miles from here, produce he finest kind tleUlno floaee li3183; lona co.nbIa.;..t6t7i); Jvy., Aug. 13, The gist who oirsyon a substitute for be is not atfimpt will be quarter-bloo- d and low, i33Ho; commoa only dishonest bat willing to6acrice your democratic senatcrisl convcnlionr for of lubricating oil. An choice, 19s. made to interest capital in - their de- - coarse, 12311s; health and possibly your life for a few "tlie Twenty-sixt- h district got into a Telopment. Chicago, au?. ia added pennies of profit. r Wheat August, deadlock, W. T Voicrs, w , w l a v 8t&8U& ll " ,A clear complexion. Anyone can have- 89"ier eWr793o; a 4clrrinslBn Examiner at KIchmoad. JCVr- - December,"AUffust. .a7Hs:-.)estrar..ET- Tay, 83c Pendleton county,. waaij. smWHSr-a- s r Jit wo keeps tae Wood pare," JUr.Krce'a IrfUIfcA -. 1. li -J J'.J "ilk. ' fHi'In .mef--- Decembar, awsc;- - May, 31 5ie.-?On tie urn: .uuawMiaiiU''tTrAVAsra?rToyirATir.l4:-Ur" constiMtioe.. ' .r n dark PlaaaasM'elletB .. " - . .' -. r ' i r i Is a gentle laxative, mju tv?g gu Liutbixd bliot. v etersrv:-wm ..casaw,s. ?" Bob-- i rrwa Friday. '!,.:?. - ?wtti- - " CUt- a- August, i7e!73c: QaHm,m9r dlntd . . " :. IMIMiBBTrn iPrHlTHlyTTMlffillfrnTyi iron'eickuiiiaia" ',- Ik. TnMci9ta MU'tfcem. ' . . vmto, mpjjf . wr--- .,IBB , wrsreoif Eiduaoa-"" ?5 ' ' f . -n The funeral procession was one of the longest here in a long time, and friends the lloral offerings cominn-froof the deceased from all parts of tho country were exquisite. Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, the evangelist, conducted the funeral services. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 10. I5y order adjourned. It was in session for three of the Fayette county democratic comdays at Island, 30 miles from Owens- mittee a convention is to be held Sepboro. One of the most important tember 22 for the purpose of nominatpieces of their business was the dis- ing a candidate for representative in owning of Dr. Whitsitt's teachings of the state legislature Baptist history. Their average daily iUrs. Amnml.i erke3' Tall. attendance was over a thousand. Danviixb, Ky., Auy. 12. Mrs. AmanKcutucky State Vctlenjtlon of llor. da Yerkes fell at the home of her Lexington, Ky., Aug. 14. A state Collector of Internal Revenue federation of labor is to be formed in John W. Yerkes, and sustained a fracdelegate conKentucky. A call for a ture of the right hip, which may result vention, in Louisville September 1 has scriouslv. She Is the widow of the late been issued by District Organizer Side-ne- Dr. Stephen Yerkes, who was president of the American Federation of of the Danville Theological seminary. Labor. Incidentally the circular charges Kneutlvc Co mini' tec the Central Labor couneiL of LouisLouisvili.k. Ky., Aug. 12. At a meetville, with meddling in politics. ing of the republican state central comTwo Drowned In the Green Itlvcr. mittee the following executive comLouisvnj.E, Ky.. Aug. 14. A special mittee W'as named: K. J. Hampton. to the Evening Post from Spottsville, Winchester; W- - J. Davidson, Pulaski, Ky., bay's: It is reported from a point It. L. Gwithmoy. Louisville; N. D. above here on the Green river that Chambers, Hancock; C. O. llcynolds, Thuma.i and Peter Drew were drowned Lexington. while going across the river to their farm. Peter Drew was a son of Thomas. THE MARKETS. They were prominent farmers'in the Green lliver valley. son-in-la- IVhltHltt's Teachings Disowned. Tho OwEirsuono, Ky., Aug. 14. Daviess County Baptist association has Washington, Aug. 10. Among the postmasters commissioned Monday were tho following for Kentucky: Huff, Edmonston county, J. T. Hampton', vice K. T. Logsdon, removed; Perry-villDoyle county, J. A. Carpenter, vice S. II. Hart, removed; Sonorg, Hardin county, G. N. Chappall, vice Josiah Phillips, removed; Spencer, Montgomery county, II. C. Lodford, vice P. Grcenwade, removed. e. Vanceburg, Ky., Aug. 13. David and Newton Cnrrington, were Wednesday morning fined each and sent to jail for ten days. Miss Stella Agnew, niece of Col. Sam Agnew. and of Miss daughter Lola Pagby, W. S. llngby, were returning from the Cnines farm, two miles south of this city, on their bicycles. As they passed the Carrington brothers, the latter gave each girl a stroke with a whip. Murder In a JSoat. Padccaii, Ky., Ang. 12. Two deckhands from Cincinnati fought aboard the steamer Puckej e State beforo daylight Wednesday mqrniug. One Negro struck the other a sudden blow w ith his bare fist, killing him almost instantly. The body of the dead victim wab carried down the Ohio river by other Negroes. The murderer escaped. No names could be obtained. Sensational Trial at Xlarrodsbnn;. IlABRQDsnuito, Ky., Aug. 13. The sensational trial of the eight farmers, alleged white caps, arrested on charges of maliciously wounding Tom Sheldon and burning his bun a few days ago, was Wednesday morning called and continued until Friday. There are 50 witnesses, and ttouble is expected to come of these arrests. 5 J.H.NEFF&G0. Main Sold, uu Wrilt lor circular may26-6m PRSVENT "forgetting to charjre," rRKVKNTdljputwoveracoianH, FGKVKKT mUtiiKm of all kinds, w ACCUnATELY record cadU wUes, SAVE MAKE thre W1U at ona writing. P -, WIWMgQSfettte3 f V f3 8 Wiffl&ZSS&Si I li lllllifry-V.-" 3"! rftstw Srt.t ferdcS? VxVV-v'vC- WWT " f- ll C s v J v' )K KST5--'r- U ? A '" ) ' J j& 2 J ''rSs M Hamilton Antograpuic Register Co. I 1 8 v-3- j KrfJSS 3 S-- i .Aw - XAANJTFn ,aol:nt5 mgmgg&aSmti JlSmSig3SX m hi! 6m "j IDRRESPQNDlNCL TEffCiBBAAflBtt.UV ra 8 E35 -- nvited. j Stit, Cash Market CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE- - j Pik (Opposite (ilyiiilon.) n r B m U IF F m ra I P B P b H H Ss 0 P3 R3 S 3 S r3 a. S SS ti 5 Country Produce Bought and lli-rhe- t Price Pniil Sfet On September 22. :Upon Every: i r, i and wrapper of the genuine Dr. Bell's ( lu prlutea tno udovo i design. It Id both trade-marand j EHiimnteo a warrant that the medl-cln- o contained In the bottle will cure coughs, colds anil all lung, throat and chest troubles! more quickly and i effectually than any other remedy. k Sottle Centennial and Intern :i " position at Nashvilie, Tenn., a low rate special tu ' ' TRADE MIRX8, a been estiiblishetl for the sale of tickctij DESICXS, COPYRICHTS &c. Anyone Bending a sketch and description other terminal points on the Queen & Crescent Rout osccrliiln. free, whetber an InTtntion ia protMiblr patentable. Communications atrlctly conndeutlaL. Oldest neency rorrecurlnft patcnu Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to l ' In America. We hare a Washington onice. through Munn A Co. recvlra Patents token ipcclol uotlcu In the noogji at $o.OO one vr:iy or $5.75 round trip from Nieh !.. SCIENTIFIC flMERIOAII, the round trip tickets being good seven days to return ' bcnatlfally lllastrated, larceit clrrnlaJon ot any nctentlflc journal, weekly, terns J3.0S a years tickets, with longer return limit, ;;t$3.G5 aud at til ' ' IL,'flLl mnnthp. bpednien corl"S ami I'atusts aeut trea. Addrcai MUNN &. CO., the round trip. 301 Broadnrnr, Now York. These nitcs einblc the public to visit Naliw. other Southern points at rates never before offered. billed trains of the finest class are at the dibjx's-- " ; passengers, affording a most pleasant trip, and en.iln:i' TH. to visit the very interesting scenery and important PITY grounds in and about Chattanooga, Lookout Mounta. Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to X.i- DISPATCH to visit the Centennial can be repurchased at Chatt.i A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for tiik For the Free Coinage of Silver. Cincinnati and the Q. & C. Route South or write to For the Chicago Platform. J. W. COOLIDGE, A.fnFor the Democratic Nominees. NiclMla.iI, l For the Interest of the Masses. W. C. RINE ARSON, Gen'l. Pass'k. Agent, Cincinnati. O. All the Latest Telegraphic News. All the Latest State News. All the Latest Market Re ports During-t3 Tjiues-se- e . fi-o- Cint-iiir.i- t t . -- . " LLLMO r ' I3-'- i7 Subscribe Now! -- u ttt ' i- i . 8 K OR, SELL'S (BSE m-ia- Correct Market Reports. Correct Court Reports. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policj'. The Weekly Louhvltle Dispatch CUmax one year fcr lot W I L L A II y h u i.OOOM30COr5CO " 1 n X.OTJZS"nTXTjX.S, SI"3T been Converted Into a Modern Palace 1" r- aad ., The St.TS suitn i-i Issold by aUdrngglsiBorsentupon receipt or pneo 2ocxiiuiaiperiioiueuy Tkr E. E. SaU.riu4 MHlu Ck, I7. 27-2-G tae i 7iegula,x Price Weekly Dispatch ,$1.00) and Climax &1.25 Has Recently $2.25. J Halls and Entrance are Marblo and Tiling of tlu Finest Quaht 3 Wanled-f- Who ma think of so tw cliapto tlrfcctopaientl tmi Protect your Ideas: ther may brtag Patantweaita. Wrlt JOHN WhUDKUnURS & CO.. W&ihlngtoii. D. ti. for their !.9 rrlio oflor aad llii cr two hundred luroutloiu wactixl. in Idea 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn tie Floors - - -- Attor-Dey- s, OF S, PARLOUS AM) KPPBK HALLS. - - Bril Offices and DiningRoom Beaulifuiiy Decorated and -- ;:.. A New; Cheap Casli firbcery liantly Lighted.. one-legg- ed AND RRUIT HOUSE Opened next oor to Richmond National Bank, quote a few of our prices : ,... . Best Granulated Susar 20 lbs. for..... ArbuckleaCDBee21bs. for .. . Best Brand Canned Corn 7Kc. 2 for Best Brand llbnned Tomatoes 3 cans Best Maple lieaf Lard, i lbs. for . ItedStar Wisfe Boards. BeL Coal Oil per KBllon .w. Pure Mixed (fandy 2 lb I oT., j; Beldiv ti oa 4 Its Equipments throughout arc without a Superior in the South, rat' of .... Chargus Consideretl vve r, flesh-builde- -- Uri -. e nll; .. for.... , ...T. . .- - - IT as 25 10 18 . Z. ravi-ria- kr-- ' JZTJU. a - n.. : 15 Otheigoods n proportion to numerous to mention., i v noieue-unxvewui. me'a ealtaml'ba-eonyinced "- or " 0e n 1 hor. ,. .- -. ' t- . -- A. ,?, i :r" ?' ' it ? - .mmu .fi f'$ r 0"V"EK ,$107000: RHTES; S2 St S2.SO PER DKY M Bk Jr., mi& SL25lN TUr. Pl IMA Have Been Expended in This Eecont Improvomont. ? ii?ffM'';'r i r j- 1DVWCE. sr-4 E.sv HBBH' v .s :i--- -' -- i&ai