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I I I ... - ".", "' 5 ; RICHMOND, MADISON .m. n VUL.UMJU I ' I XL O j OVER PRODUCTION I COUNTY, KENTUCKY, jwwwiujijwBgaMW n WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1897, imiim'W NUMBEE w 12. ' iiBwwiaMMaMMMMKaMnMMMWWBtaaMJtw Royal mokes the food pare, wholefome and delicious. ihiiibpiwm J 5u V XXXiiiJMGr. wish to caution all users of Simmons Liv-- r RoguUtor on a subject of the deepest intTcist and importance to their health jrh.ap their hvt-s-. The sole proprietors ttd makers of Simmons Liver Regulator - irn thitt customers are often deceived by L living and taking some medicine of a enmi.ar apjiearance or taste, believing it to S.ramons Liver Regulator. We warn you that unless the word Regulator is on the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Li ver Regulator. No one else makes, or pver has mide Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything M.ld Simmons Liver Regulator, "but J H Zeilin A Co., and no medicine made by anyone else is the same. Ve alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not heln you as you are led to expect they will Boar this fact well in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which you lupposed to bo Simmons Liver Regulalh name was somewhat like tor, it, and the 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 favorablv known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for PeTer and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. V ask you to look for 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 mediane called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. H. ZETLIN S CO. Take J- if There's an over production ot cotton, An over production of corn, Too much of every thing is grown, Tiki many people born, A surplus yield of neat and bread, Of potntoep, oats and rye. Beef and mutton, liam and epgs, And home made pumpkin pie. Too much to eat. too iiaicli te v, ear, And cattle on too many hills, Too many Agricultural tools, Too many plows and drills There's a surplus now of clothing Of every giade and kind, Too many boolits and papers, Too much thought and mind. TiK) many moo to do the work, , Too many women to weep, More daylight than the people need, Too much night for sleep, Of benedicts a surplus, An oer supply of wives. Too many birds and blossoms More Lees than there are hives. More sunshine and more shadow Than is needed for the dell. An over production of gravestones, More coffins than we sell, ' An over production of ignorance, A sight too many schools, Too many poor, too many rich, And lots too many foolsl OitR enough to bo roosting near tho floor. Tribble saj--s it is interesting to watch Bryan catch a fly. The toad does it so quickly that tho eye can scarcely follow its movements. Taylor will gradually accustom himself to tho toad and hopes Jo Anally get it so tamo that he cau teach it to perform 6ome tricks. clerk insists that it knows its name. He calls it Bryan. One ovidenco of its fcuneness is that Bryan will make no eilortatall to get out of the way, and one is either compelled to step upon it or walk around. Some times when there are eight or ten jersons in the ofllce, Bryan will bop up to each ono, look up at him or her in an inquiring sort of way, as if looking for Tribble, and after taking a survey of the crowd will go about picking off the flies which are unfortunate tibuled trains run from Chattanooga to Cincinnati solid, on fast schedules, via the bhort line over the most perfectly equipped road-be- d. t Q4oXK &GdGmmaG&m M r3 imiiw imiuhi iimimemm w ilwwiMliiw iw OGmw9mmmmm& i fc ibhmhi mmummjji E&H Ml ANDY CATHAHIIC "Nothing else like mi POWDER Absolutely Pure harAi. GAKiKa Extremely Low rates are in efTect this year to all these meetings. Selling round trip Q &G- - Route tickets on dates con-enie- nt 33S9& to each, with liberal limits to return. Veterans and their friends will find travel m.r'e e.wyby thewel furnished trains of tl.e Q & C and connections conveuir-u- t .it Cincinnati vuth all lines of the North. k jour ticket agent to sell you tick-"- via the Q & C. Route and so make easy journey. Write for further particulars to O. L. Mitrhel, D. P. A., Chattanooga, or W. C. Itinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. tf A-i- 10 vgooo DRUGSI5TS ' XRIflTTITErY fiTTSPilriTPlJTi t cure any raseor constipation. Caxcarrts are hIJfaILaxa. , flDOUUUlEiH UUiUliiUlbaiJ tite. new trip or rripe.hat rau Mtynituml results. Sam- pis unlbooilet free. id. CTKHMSO BFXPHY Chiraeo. Montreal. Cn.,orReirtork. jii. SO oofrc-oocKo- 25 i 'l 35 w WW CUREXOtlSriMIOH 2gSW refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. ' The most it" We Send it FREE! TO- - weak mmm Young and Old. m ALL fpsras mmmm fftuorAimspnc m Rejoice with ns in the Discovery. When a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blights his life and robs him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possetw the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will send yon by mail, ABSOLUTELY KRRK, in plain package, the 1)H. HUFFMAN'S VITAL RESTORATIVE TABLETS, with a legal guar (.. oeeooo &&J1&$&& BRIDGEFORD'S Snao (r,ri ten I0ILET KyRSEHYiBATK ve m 5 tawocn co., hew york. CORRESPONDENCE. The Shclbvville, Sliepherdsville, and London Fairs will bo held next week. THE R. N. I. & B. RESPONDS. hes-itaf- Mad-isonvil- le ECONOMIST RANGE. It lasts twice as leng- as otters. merit. I antee to permanently cure SELF-ABUSE, PILCHWS POLITICAL PICXIKGS. SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM I PURCHASE THEM Atrial will conrlnce ycr rZ Its great Will please ine mo:; Uistidlous. FRENCH CHARLES F. KILLER, Mfr. ol yjlLJsr view. PERSONAL. p A Madison gold bug editor did not to accept a revenue job at Silver "LED TOILET AT-'- Creek. S 10, 1807. A. Diatheraqe, Sicretary Madison County Versailles, August SOAPS J PERFUMERY, Capt. I. Thursda). M. Asher was in Louisville Mr. C. F. Rryant made a flying visit to Versailles last Tuesday. Fair: Deui Sir W. P. Kimball says he believes that We nolo publication in the Climax Dr. T. H. Welch w ill beat Henry L. Mar500 to 800 in Lancaster, Penn. ESTABLISHED, 1849. Slmautna Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL. Dee See. CARDS. DON'T GIVE UP. jlY ELIZA COOK MISS .MIL KKII (JIILIIKX. . STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. Ifyou tried and have not won. Never stop for trying; that's gieat and good is done Just by patient trying. Though young birds, in Hying, fall, Still their wings grow stronger; And the nrai tune they can keep Up a little longer. All Richmond, Kentucky. 173 IttTEYS. $OJJ&r ndjvining A .R Burnarn'i. Hon. John D. White, of Manchester, was here Fiiday on business. Mr. Geo. W. Hutchison cime up from Troy on his "bike" last Saturday. MNs Mary Belle Hambrick, of Nelson count', is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. D. Goosey. Misses Sina Wharton and Mattie Howe virited Mirw Haltie Moore, at Speais, last week. Miss Rosa AshbauKh, of Cincinnati, is spending a few days with Mrs. Motsau T.iylor, near Perkius. Mi-- s Hattie Northcutt, of French-burj- r, is tin for the Senate by from the District. of August 21th, of a vote of thanks to R. N. I. & B R. li for courttsies extended & 1 ss igfl UlVVyfT1W rn-rcsc- NESS. VARICOCELE forever NinilT EMISSION'S and all nnnatural drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated organs No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not enre, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay wheu satisfied. Write as this may not appear again. Addreea to-da- SEXUAL STOPS LOST J1AX-1101)WEAK- Western Medicine Company, UCORPOEiTZD. 24-- 23 gogoco re AND Kalamazoo, Midi. Tesla will send an electrical disturbance that will be felt at all parts of the earth without the use of wires. John Shormon did that in 1S73 and he ''touch ed" every pocket book in the laud. When the boltocrats count their Vermillion noses in November they will crawl over the hack fence into the Democratic camp and sing: "Wo never more shall Wander from our ow u fireside." Now York is now furnishing ready made editorials for our Republican newspapers in Kentucky. Though the sturdy oak has known Many a blast that bowed her, Attosey-at-Labhe has risen again, and grown Kektccet. Loftier and prouder. Office in the Burn-iBuilding, next door to If by com- - work you beat, feb3-l- y Farmer's National Dank. Who the more will piir.o jou? Gaining victory from defeat, C. F. W. 8. MOBEKLEY. That's the test tint tries you ! MOBERLEY. JURNAM There's a mngic in the power Attorneys- Of an unbended will, RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. Tnat makes us stronger every hour Offjck in Dnrr.m Building, recently occuFor greater efforts Mill; 0 pied by A. E. Burnam. 'Then banish from you evry ' cr.a't," And sho yourself a man, -And nothing will your purpose daunt Led by the brave "I can." J BUI-SA- M. at-La- W. Af.JL.f?. J - ST7jI".S-7A TTOKXE W, ly increased price of wheat as ono of the results of the tariff and the blessings it will bring. The truth is those II. B. HOGG, claims are as baseless as that made ATTORNEY AT LAW. by our Democratic speakers last fall Kentucky. Richmond, about the connection between the lhe price of silver and wheat. Neither Office No. 13 First St. tip stairs. the tariff nor bilver has anything to do with the matter. The price of wheat GRANT E. LILLY, like that of labor or interest or anyA TTORNEY-- TLA W, thing else is governed by the law of Kentucky. biipply and demand. Just now our Richmond, harvest is good and that of the rest of Ofllce S. V. corner Main and Vcoinl the world is pool and we aie profitstreets up stairs. AVill practice in all ing by tho fact. "Winchester Demotlie courts of Madison aud adjoining crat. counties and Court of Appeals. 31-3- - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Oflire over Taylor's Ilnnlware store, CVtiirt lloiiHf, on Main Street. Another View tp The Republicans point to the great- 0 A J. 0. Jfc Grand Popular Excursion to HuntATTORNEYS AT LA W, ington, W. Va., and return, stopping Kentucky. at Ashland and Catlettsburg going Richmond, and returning Sunday August 22nd 1897 via C. & O. Route including a Office on Second street, over grooory. trip to the famous Horse Shoo bend on ono of the mot elegant steamers CrTEEM CLAY, of Ohio Rivor free. Your ticket en titles you to five hours steam boat A TTORyE W. ride free. This alone is worth the RicJivwnd, Kentucky. money Standing on the boat you may behold the threo sister states Collections solicited. If Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia in all their beauty and view tho disP2Y5ICIA2TS. tant mountains rising in sublime grandeur. Chen-atllt's V-A T-L-A --- T. M. CHENAULT, Last ol The Season. DR. II. R. GIBSON, ond Street, orer Wmte Loxington and Hedges PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Thompson and Salt Lick, Kentucky. Farmers and Enterprise, Richmond. Olive Hill and Kilgors, . . OlSce in the Joe Colim building, iS and 10 Sec- Meads and Ashland, oZd driie&tore. 27- ... NOTE THE LOW RATES. ... ... $ 1 1 50 1 . . - Konument to "Pap" RuH. An original design has been selected TETERINARY SURGEON, far a monument to go over the grave of A. D. Buff at Owingsville. The stone Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. will be rouRh and undressed, in keeping Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. with the character of the man. It will be Office tip stairs over New York Store, corner four feet square, above the ground, with 46- Minn and First fttrects, Richmond the L. A. W. emblem on top, which will be of bronze of bell metal, three feet high. U. C. JASPJ2R, M. This monument will be the first of the Medicine and Surgery. kind erected in the United States. Mr. Oftice Collins Building, MainStroet. Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on Ruff was one of the oldest and most enHroadway. thusiastic members of the League of Kentucky. American "Wheelman, aud in his will he IticnxoxD, --- --bequeathd $1,000 to the Ky. Division, L. CIIAS. HOOKER, visiting her brother, Dr. Elmer Northcutt and family. Wm. Lddlord went to Winchester The Lexington Iler.dd names four Saturday to consult Dr. Brown in regard boltochits who want ofllcet among them to ins UHing liealtli. Henry L. Martin, of Woodford, and acks: Miss Clara Roy, of Indiannpolli, Ind., ''has there ever been in Kentucky betis spending a few dajs With the familv ter Democrats than these four gentleof her brother, G. A. Roy. men?" Yes; there wre 217,000 hotter Misses Kate Clark and Mavme Lvm li. Democrats last November. How do yon of Lexington, visited the family of Sid innke an ideal Democrat out of Henry Mai tin, sugar bounty man and protecTaj lor, at Million, last week. The wife of Captain F. M. Snurlock. tionist? of Catlettsbnrjr, was called to the bed Thi-from the Imisvil!e Post indicaside of her sick a little tes ono of the main reasons why Kenchild of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Givens, at Forth last week. After snendiii" a fen tucky still deserves the name of the -days there, she visited the family of G. ' Dark and Bloody Ground," Nearly 100 men slayers have been released from the A. Roy aud ether relatives here. penitentiary since Gov Bradley was insalmagundi. augurated. Thirty two w ere convicted of Born, to the ife of "Bud" Jenkins, murder and were sentenced for life. August 7, a boy. They served on an average less than J. A. Young, road overseer, is putting eight years. Sixty-fou- r were left oh" the roads in flue condition. with verdicts of manslaughter, and reRev. Mr. Check is holdiug a protracted ceived sentences averaging eight years. They were pardoned by Gov. Bradley meeting at Bethel Christian church. Mr. King caught two catfish Saturday after serving less than threo tars." that weighed forty-fiv- e pounds a piece. A HUGE ENTERPRISE. Rev. O J. Youug is holding an interesting revival at Antioch Christian A Really Big Double Circus. church, on Tates Creek. The Southern Lumber Co. has bought The coming of the great John Robinof Wharton, Roberts and Day all their son and Franklin Bros.' Enormous Comlumber on the Wharton yard. bined Shows to Richmond on Friday O. T. Super, w hose saw mill has been Aug. 27th will be a treat to the citizens idle for some time will begin operation of this entire community the like they Wednesday, giving employment to fifty never experienced before. The Robin men. son Shows have delighted American II. M. Morgan and Morgan Taylor are amusement lovers for more thau three in Clay county buying cattle. They re- generations, and the Franklin Bros, are cently bought 100 head of parties in that the founders of the new school of American showmen. In combining and orcounty. ganizing their shows for the season of In our spiritual depravity, Rev. Mr. Miller found us when he began a series 1897 thoy have spared no money to- seA of meetings here last Friday night. Mr. cure the best for every departmentglance at the list of celehrities under Miller is a forcible and attractive talker and the people who listen to words of their control will convince tne most skep wisdom as they fall from his lips cau tical that they have leen amply reward not help but be edified and forced by edfor their lavish outlay, for the' are the best iu the world in their various lines. power divine to say of themselves: 'A pilgrim panting for the rest to come. The horses, many of them imported, are The exile anxious for his native home." models of horseflesh, while their stud of The meeting will continue several trained horses do everything but talk days and those who fail to hear Mr. They will appear at every performance Miller willniss a feast for their soul and with their original trainer. Twenty lions iu one den are to be seen only with these an awakening to taeir duty to God. great bIiowb. A royal troupe of Japanese, One day laut week Lenis Biggerstaff imported expressly for this vast enterwent to J. J. Einbrj's after a fine hog, prise, and the only double troupe ever and after putting tho hog in his buggy brought to this country, is another featand starting home he had occasion to ure. They would be a whole show in the stop in the road, when the hog became ordinary circus, but are only a single featired of his cramped position in the ture with the Robinson Franklin Bros.' buggy and began a terrible squealing, Shows. Acres of .tents are required to which scared tho horse Louis was driv- accommodate this bugo amusement, ing and caused it to run off, smashing while one ticket admits to all the comthe buggy into smithereens and killing bined shows. the hog which Louis prized so highly. . grand-daughter, -- your recent meeting, nml in response to same, lift our hats, Our line has done nothing to merit this action on your part, as we have alwjys considered that we owe the good people of Richmond and Madteon County a hrtuty cooperation in any public enterprise that they may undertake, and to know that our efforts have been appreciated fully repavs us for any expense and trouble we have incurred in helping jour association out. In thii connection it may not he amiss to sny that our management has never felt that our road has been given the shaie of support by the merciiants of your city that, as a competing line, it is to their interest to extend to us. We believe, how eer, that it will be only a question of time when they will hee the matter as W'e do and recognize the great advantage that mut result to your city and county from encouraging a competitive line of transpartation. Respectfully, C. M. Bkowxing, G. P. A. EXTREMELY LOW RiVTES TO CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. VS beauty QUART BOTILB. NGHOTUCK There's and in bvery vjunrt health ol J KATHRINAl BOLD ON AN Guarnntco. -- 4 Johnston's '? BICYCLER X the recoi:lied peer ot all Blood Purl- ficrs. Our iUuttrated bcok is a sure guide to health. Free for the asking. Williams. Davis. Brojks & Co. Detroit. Mich. Sarsaparilla tnai Mcdonald's rK CELEBRATED WORMPOWDERS TMC CACATCST ASY AND 'r v",fc tea m SOLD IN 1 WORM DESTROYER OF THE AOC TO TAXS. vcJ y RICHMOND. w Hold by D Z. & T. B. Wnco, Ky. Taylor, Mg J m PLEA5WT IWU FARMS HlfflliH it Va HIGHEST GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. fend lor catalogue. Every VheoI Guaranteed. , Smallest dose. Easiest to take Entirely vegetable Most certain and never-failinp Worm Destroyer KVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a century with continually increas ing demand. Think a moment. W. I to 5 DseJ this not mean merit ? 125,000 Children yearly Sent their Graves by Worms. j ifFQRff HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Rcjfwinslble dealers Invited to respond with cs. cor- - ' ( ncDONALD'S O PltlCE,druggists and PERIn medicines, i 23c. dealers BOX. For sale by all CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. Manufactured only by the proprietor, maj-28-6- J. A.- - The Southern Railway are now selling daily from Louisvillo one way tickets to Chattanooga at SQoo; round trip tickets, good fifteen (13) days beond date of sale, $9 10; round trip tickets, limited to November 7th, $12.20 These low rates will enable every one to visit Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and the famous Battle Fields in that vicinity at very little expense. The Southern Railway runs doub'e daily service from Louisville to Chattanooga. Train leave Louisville 7:45 a. m. and arrive Chattrnooga at S.C0 p. m. and the evening train leaves Louisville 7:35 p. m. and arrives at Chattanooga 7:40 a. m. Through compaitment sleepers are attached to evening train. For further information, address William H. Toyloe, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 21G Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. aug-25-S- The undergned has three separate small farms which he offers at private sale separately or together. All throe are situated at WHITE'S - 1 Spoil fesf The Finest liigs,s The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- tiEO. W. RILEY Ot Shelbyville, RIevllle. Trt. may5-6m- o 3XcDOrsALJD, STATION, on the waters of Silver Creel.. They contain respecthely 85 and 165 acres, and are tiell watered and well improved farms. There is no better land in Madison county, most of it being --RICH B0TT02I LAND- .It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash, TERMS Sale will be madu balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- Shelhyville, Ky, May 20, '96. To WnKht Medical Co., Col., O.. Gents I have purchased a boi of Wricht'8 Celery Capsules from G. X. Middelton. druggist, and used them for Sour Strmuvh, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they me relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Rilev. e Wright's Oelerv Capsules. Ky., Recommends L. & IN. R. R. K. U. DIVISION. Is Effect March 1, 1S9G. LV. A. M. Express for Cincinnati,! chester and Y Pario, Maysville, ART BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR NO PAY. Mas. B.M.ROWAN, Geo. D. White, feb3-t- tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Yonr "Coasin," Milwaukee. mch3-ly f White's Station, Ky. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Long Troubles ffgMSfrMfflHSffiarag fcti $433 W&H The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. KSf-y- Tate LaTative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c. For sale by W. G. Wlutu, Druggist, Richmch3-Gmond, Ky. and Consumpton. Cured. Can be 7.20 mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays P- - M. ville, inch ester and 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 .Livingston, London, Jel- 1.10 hco, Pineville. 12 55 Fast line for Livingston, A- - M. 11.43 London.Jellico Knoxville 319 p. jr. A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, 3 19 Pans, 11.43 mchester. P M. Rowland. Lancaster and A. M. 1.20 Stanford. 10:10 Rowland, Lancaster and 7:25 Stanford. 0:50 For further particulars call on or address Telephone 73. KUPER IIOOD. Agt. 6.25 Lexington "Win P. M. HH r a V i An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. Frukfori S FREE EDUCATION $1 250,000 Cured. 12 menaro troublod with this diseajo ,j VG W&UJKLaiKi unc. many Thousand of ronna tinil midclla azed unoouscioDslr. 4 V V3 M By 4J G4 v, J i M They may have a tmnrt- in? eeniation, (mall, twisting stream. roarp cutting pains at time?, rlisut iif-- a charso. difficulty in commencinc weak organ?, omission", and all tho eymptoms of noryom debility they have b TlllC-jf- ij TURK, ilon'tlotdoctorseipcrhncnton yon, by cutting, .stretching, or tearing you. lhi3wiltntcuroyna,n.slt'willrP-turn. Our M3W MKIIIOD TUKAT-T- j MENT absorbs the stricture tissue; henoeremoTcsthontricture permanently. It can never rotum- - No pain.no fuffer- lug, uu uuii:uiiuu.iiviu vumucts uy fur method. Thcfeinalorgan'arostrength- enea. J.ue nerres aro mngoraiout ana the bliss of manhood roturns. M An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other college or institution of learning in the United" Stntcs or in the New England Conservatory of Music, can be secured hy any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars . JAMKSI).- RAO. j - '- "--36 Bromfleld St., Boston, Mass. nmi-fclvj- : ? ONE OF TWO WAYS. The bladder was creatod for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to .ny form ot disease except by one or two ways. The first way is from iinjierfect action of the kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. CHIEF OAtJSB. Unhealthy urine from nnhealthy kidneys is the chief canse of bladder troubles. So the womb, like tho bladder, was created for one purpose, aud if not doctored too much is not liablo to w eakness or dipease, except in rare cases. It is situated back.of and very" close to the bladder, therefore any pain, diseapp or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or.womb trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set your urine aside fur twenty-fohours; asedimeut or settling indicate? kidney or bladder trouble. Tiie mild and tho extraordinary eif--ct of Dr Kiltho ereat kidney and mer's Swamp-Hoo- t, bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yon need a medicine you should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have ti saraplo bottle and pamphlet, loth sent free by mail. Meution tho Climax and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binjihamton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper punrantce the genuineness of this offer. ur yl M ! D Louis, who is only fifteen years old.ro-gret- e the loss of his hog, and when the subject is mentioned heaven-movin- g tears course down his boyish face. $5 c. H. MACINAC AND & RETURN. m Diseases of iion and Women. frw a tnre Thousands of young and middle-agemen aro having tncir sexual Aigor ana j vitality continually espped hy thisdis- v txisB, 1UV7 aro lrequuuuy uucuusciuus ot tne caue ot tnese Fvmtnorn". uencral Weakness Unnstural Discharges, Fail-iu- g Manhood, Nervousness, Poor Mem ory. Irritability, at time bmartrnsr cen-K sation, hunken Eyes, 'with dark circles. TV Weak Back. General Depression, Lack of Ambition, Varicocele, fahrunken Parts, etc GLEET and STRICTURE Don't ri may bo the cuieo.liftvn con'ultfamilyIn ,a Hrufnpa ni llipv tin fTTrpl!rrt these special diseases don't allow Quacksto experiment on you. Consult OurNBW .1 UETIinil milL'TI.'WT will post tivelr euro vou. Ono thousand d nuarft n oiwnrt ftw iPAnfmitnt irr1 WECURE SLEET The distinguished New York chemist T. A Slocum, demonstrating his dicovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, llunley's Old Stand. throat, lun and chct diseases, stubborn 33 No. 28. coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and a'l conditions of wastinjr avav, will send TIIRCE FREE BOTTLE, (all different) of hi3 New DiscovB&BE VH4K eries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands Dermanently by its timely uso. and he consid ers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial or his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and -s'"uay. emBf- Br. this gTeat chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benincial to HSRVE8Q3 M humanity as can be claimed by any modern Wat lnng troubles eenins. His qnlrkly. It acts powerfully and regain Cures when ol i consumption assertion that in any climateand are curable is lost raar.hofd, itheni fall. Youn' men oy "heartfelt letters or gratitude," TienreoTer youth fnl vlcor. JLlsot-ttclEroven his American and European laboratoitntcod to Cere .Srroanr", Io.t Ytnltl tmiioloncy, N lsitlr l'oir'r thousands from those cured in all parts box, FiMilcsr 'lthtr end ail rfrcts ofUfmoiT, Vnsttny BI-a- ries In world. the an of Medical experts concede c.l abuse or that bronchial, indwrttion. WaiUs off Incanlty and chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, liriilst l.npofoa orthlcsssuotltuie o n (t ylrlOs r gren ter prttt. Iji' 1st on which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cerjou beean tne rEEFEIt'S SCllViaOS, or sci.d tor- I tain death. Can bo cnrrlad In vest pocSot. I'rerald rl'n wB8 Pine Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M pnr. Ml per box. or O for 1Pli, with .V J'o.lW" street. New York, giving postofQce and express Omirnntcet Sold by rJternn. Urlllen Pamphli-- t free.to Car lrnectts. Buunrns, uuu uio ncc uicuiumu win w pruinpfc- Sufferers 1oicwX. juss'X, cuicu.o, l: ly sent.his generousshould take instant advan-- ; tage of proposition. Please tell the Doctor that yon saw his offer Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. liy'-i- y in tne uichmoxd uliuax. P. B. BROADDUS, mm Maiii Hailmy. In Effect March 1, 1897.' DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Arr Elkhorn. . Switxer. . . Stamping Ground Duvalls. Grorftetown.. Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown-- . Centreville.. Elizabeth " Paris WEST BOUND. Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown. . VISORS Lve Frankfort . a.m. 8 30 6 45 p.m. 3 3 3 3 3 00 20 32 48 58 4 15 4 30 4 42 4 82 4 58 5 10 8S1 7 02 7 OS icy. PEFFER'S . 7 10 8 M 8 1J 823 8 2S 8 40 1 y J"mlsl"no e. r-- C .:"j White. 8 10 Georgetown. 6 30 Lve Georgetown S II Arr Duvalls- W Stamping Ground. 11 25 6 59 Swltxer . 11 35 7 OS Flkhorru. 11 55 7 20 r" Frankfort. C D. BERCAW, Genl Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPEB, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. - zuxru 9 M . 9 32 33 9 48 10 00 10 40 -- .10 56 11 10 p nx. 5 30 5 12 5 M 5 58 m--" EASTBOUSD SOUTHERN RAILWAY. FIRES TORNADO -- II . tk.pb r.i Ohio Eilw (IN KENTUCKY.) Schedule In effect May S. 1897. Lv. LouUvillo .. Ar. Shelbyville.. Ar.Ii'rencob'r:. Ar. Versailles... Ar. Loxington... wssinouKO Lv. Leximcton.. Ar. Versailles.. d. and d. & c. steamer. (PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR.) 153 cannot on ro Terms nuxlcrnto for a cure. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, decided to use 800 of it for a drinking fountain on some prominent country thoroughfare. Some place on the Majs-vill- e A Lexington pike has been propos Office in Smith Building, No. 204 Main Slreet,Jip stairs. Office hours 12 to 1 an i 4 to 5 o'clock. ed for this fountain. Sharpsburg World. The Bourbon News says: "AlexanDR. JOHN M. FOSTER, boy der Verner Schlegel,a Kentucky at Richmond, has received the $2,000 Richmond, bequeathed by the late A. D. ("Pap") Telephone at office and residence. v Ruff, his namesake and Rufl was the veteran wheelman of Owingsville, who also left 51 000 to the W. EVANS, M. D., G. L. A. W. to be used to erect a drinking fountaiu on some Kentucky turnpike rilYSICIAS AND SUBGEON, freqnented by cyclers. It should be - Kentucky. placed on the Maysville and Lexington Richmond. pike, somewhere between Paris and Blue Lick." DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Zan Tribble's Toad Frog. Kentucky Richmond. ver-sali- le by ld God-father. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, ... A. W.f and the Cynthiana meet it was ... Last Sunday evening our ball team, the Bung Holes, played an aggregation composed of players from Logana and Nicholasville. Figurativoly speaking, they opposed a team in which every one was a Btar, picked from tho milky way of tho sidereal system of base ball The game was lost by the Bung Holes on account of them sending the small opaque sphere through the air and asjt wandered through the interstellar space and began to descend toward terra firm a the galaxy of bright- - stars that had been picked from the baldric ways of the base ball system completely hid the ball from view as ehe whizzed from star to star that overshadowed the luminous quali ties of our boys, who met defeat bravely. A joke worth relating is told aud vouched for on Mr. Woodson 'Masters, who seeing an advertisement of a machine for killing potato bugs, ordered one, and it came to hand O, K.. It was an innocent looking contrivance, consisting of two small paddles, which were its The Danville Advocate Ofllce and residence on Third Street. localizer tells a good story on Alexander Tribble, well known and wiaely connected in Madison: DENTAL STJR&EST. Zan Tribble, as most everybody knows, keeps a hotel at Junction DR. A. WILKES SSELTII. City. H Is hotel, like all others there, keeps open all night, and it is after DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky night that all toads go forth to seek Richmovd, that which thoy may devour. For building. Main Street. Office about threo months now Tribble's OrriCB Siotth hours, 9:00 to 12 M.; 1:00 to 4 P. 11. toad has made regular nightly visits errraetice limited to dentistry. to the hotel office. He comes in every J. A. Yates. night between nine and ten o'clock, J. C. MqEG an. loafs around lor an hour or so catchMORG AN & YATES, ing: flies, and then doparts. Tribble DENTISTS, and Captain BeU have taken a great - Kentucky. fancy to their friend and permit no Richmond, one to molest it. The toad hasbecome over Midori ifatloB&l qute tamo, and Taylor, thq night ... ... numbered "one and "two." When lie started toward his potato patch, with vengeance in, his heart and a smile of ghoulish utee in his countenance, he felt that perfection could be possible in a world like this. On reaching the place for bloodshed and placing his ugly contrivance (?) on the grounds, he proceeded to read the directions for doing the deadly work, which was: "Take paddle No. two, place the bug thereon, and after an 8x10 smile has encircled your face in spiral form and centered in your chin,, take paddle No. one, and swoop down on the bug, which will cause death to ensue at once." -- JXy Ell Ess. -- Oirjcs-Otfainetrc- et, Bank. The mercury" at ik. Joseph, "" climbed. to the 100 mark. ". Mo., i. 4 On Thursday, August 20, the C. H. & SS HI WFS f. AUAftl TFFH wo treat and euro: iJAUSSUUNt. D. Ry., in connection with the D. & O. VARICOCELE, SYPHILIS. (SLEET. Steam Nav. Co., will give their Annual STRICTURE. ISIPOTENOY. SECRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DISfllARG- Macinac Excursion at the low rate of ES. KIDNEY and RLADDER Difeaws. Five Dollars for tho round trip. These 3 CONSULTATION t'llEK. UUUK5 FREE If unablo to call, write for are given to familiarize the people with QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. great Likes arid Michigan as a health the and pleasure resort State. Ladies and children traveling alone can participate in this excursion with perfect safety, fiee 122 W. FOURTH STREET, from worry and enjoy a genuine pleasure CINCINNATI, O. trip. A regular employe of the C. H. & D. Ry. will conduct the party. Special train augl8-l- y will leave C. II. & D. depot, Cincinnati 0 00 a. m., Hamilton 945 a. m., Dayton 10 45 a. m., arrive at Toledo 3 05 p. m. Nsiice to Leave on Steamer Alpena phortly after and visit city arrival. Arrive Detroit same evening. The. Alpena leaves folHON. C. T. CALDWELL, lowing morning for Macinac. AH persons holding claim? against tho estate A day deceased, must present same to light ride through tho St. Clair Flats to of Jas. Tevls, proven on or before Oct. 1, 1837. me, properly of Paxkersburg, V. Va., Rocorn Port Huron thence out into the broad D. R. TEVIS, mends Wrights .Celery waters of Lake Huron. Arrival at the augll-2Administrator. Island will be at noon, Saturday. SpecCapsules. ial rates at Hotels to excursionists. Only S3 more to Makquette than the rABKEnsnaiG, W. Va., Macinac rate. Side Trip to "Soo." $2; KonaBi a Jsn jary 20, 1993. to Snow Islands Si. Secure your stateTiie WiuGirr Met. Co., rooms early. Circulars and information Columbus, Ohio. on application to agents C. H. & D. Ry., T2B naing and agents of connecting lines, or adI hanj &Em Gentlemen:Capsuleg 'icenNovemsince Vriglit's Celery dress D. G. EDWARDS, Passenger ber, 1894, and find them tp be as recomTraffic MAnaqeb, Cincintati Ohio. mended. I first benaii tnbiiiK them while at Hot Springs, Alt, under treat ment for Sciatic Rhenma sm. Liver and 3 GREAT PATRIOTIC MEETINGS. jcs Stomach trouble. Conaiination wliich 1 & hadbeean lung suilerer. J. touud the Three creat meetings occur this Fall in Celery Capsules Rave rj 0 ureat relief the North. Thc.G. A. R. Encampment from the beginninf and Ijovo ii6el them, Buffalo, Aug 23nl to 2Sth. Tho Sons of evor ei'jco. "With pleaRj re and unsolicited, I recommend the n to auy and Veterans Encampment, Indianapolis all sufferinj; with liko amotions or eithei Wf-Bit- e. Sopt. 9th to 11th ; and thcTJnion Veteran of them. Very truly yo.M. STAELB? . ATWALTEBAZ8BiI.,8-tLiyBE- T JLegian, Columbus. O., SeptfiJitto 24th. ClIAKLRS llf,CAU)VI.I ..hand-mad- e "harness, cheaper i. All kinds of .The Queen & Creucenfclloute is'the of SoldbyT..& HacSh, XueeiM. Priee than cjnbe. bought, any where Ja Blchmond, LineHo Buffalo and the con- ficial Give us a trial 4oibf coavncgL Satisfaction 50c entand $1.00 penboiKCall atdrug-vee- - siktB.U6fy-xj- f s ami Jroc WUOJJK venjsnvxuiivo 10 uu uirt:ej,iuws. - .w t ?. r ii va.4.i il r if.itr f i.feST ' - TSjpm 7.1spm 0.10am 8.7pm 8. 11 pa. U.JJam &35pm tJOptC laiTam C5flpm S.40pi laSOam 6.10pm iusam S.S3im 8.1Sam i.t-"t- a 8. Si am &0Upt SiJCam .i3pm &zaam ia53am 5 It pro &00am 5 Na 1. No. a Na SI property against homes Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND-M- t. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville. Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York LimitedJ'. V 8 55 am 7 30 am .. 3 00 pm 4 50 pm Na a 7.25 pm 10 10pm No. 2. Na 4. business Insure your and Kennedys Kergan Ar.La'renoob'g. Ar. Shelbyvlllo. Ax. Louisvillo.. Trains Noa. t. 8, tion Chair Cars. -t- Fire $ Tornado. I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies WBSTDOCNa STBOunrj. in the United States and re No IS. No. li Na u No. IL STAdOKi spectfully ask for a share of 7 liam Lv Loulsvll Ar S.lipm llXMiarr, -. think &J3pm 8 55am ArLarncbrAr iripm! a your patronage. Wanted-- An of soma Idea Who cansimp! ,7.Jpm ICLJSam ArBaralsbgArj 4.13pm 7.35am thing to patent? ,t0pml ia8im Ar UurRln..Lv! 40pn Protect yonr Idea: they may brtns yon wealth. S. F. ROCK, Write JOHN WEDDEKBtJRS - Patent AttorWKSTBOOHD. KA3T30UWD. neys. WaiM ngtdn. D. - for their 13U prise offar 67. 35.',' Sec. Street, (Up Stairs). Na to tNoT kl 8rATION1 iOU UHI two hoodred Inventions wanted. Na li. and a carry Frea Observa25aCOCJe2-l- y E. 9 15 am Lexington and Mor.HAccu . -- 11 58 am New York Limited 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. StjKg Accom, Washington Express W 9 23 pm Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For lnformatlqn. rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent I&N.Ry., call on or write Richmond, Ky, or OEOKGE W. BABNEY. D- - P. A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. KH- Mi& TaJprnf 7.45am Lv Loulsvll a 4 pm 8.10am Ar Shelbvll aseptn 10.17am ArVerslles 7S0pm ILSOam Ar Midway 70pm lilSpm Ar Oeorgtn BlSrBOUXD. Ar 9.im Cibparf) Ar ao&am tiprt. Ar 7 41am Lv 7 ISaral aoopm WI3IUOD3D. Arl labium a. limn tNo. 1. tNa 5. btatioss; tNo 8 m i )pm l.v LouUvU Ar C&7pm Lv Verslles At j 1.00am 7.Mpt: ArNichlvlUAr lLMpm a 30pm! ArRtchmo'dLv L0Spm Ar Irvlno Lv iaSttra WIS m 8.l5pac 7.55am &.30pm 6.18am 4.40pm a 05am 14Spl tNa t-- Madison Monumental Wor s, BTATIOS3. :SADDLERY.:: Lv. LoulsvlUe. . Ar. Lexington. . Ar. KnoxvlUa... Ar. Asbovillo Ar Savannah...... Ar. Jacksonville. Ar. unatt-inooira- la&Oaoi L30pi! Na L Na 3.!I T.laata 7.35ddt i3ics:v:oNrD, o o A4 5T5T- - laiopm aioam aoupm 7.20ani c o 02 Lam LlBpet SOOaat s Q O t- ce 03 -t 7.40pm1 S jHBSiiflMHSi Ar. Atlanta Ar. Macon 3fEH3 """ asgngr Geo. t -- ot 9 10pm aiOtn Ar Jacksonville aojpm 6u5am Lv. Chittanooa... ..Ti.. 11.59pm lO.SUam Ar. Ulrmtngham... 4.45am x45paC Ar. Meridian... .... It 23am U.MPSI Ar. New Orleans... 71 . Tin. 1 narrlAs Tnth Chair ear Louis vlllfi feu thsro connecting with Solid VestW Lexlctoa carrying Pullman Sleeping Car vfcf bulel'raln Chattanooga to ulrmlngham ana New No. 3 carries Pnllman Sleenor Loulsvilla 3! Chattanooga, and Atlanta, also Lexington U Jacksonvuia via tiot spriags. Asnevuile. aaii: Cam cartcient Slecner Laxlnaton to New leans. Daily Except Sunday. 1 Swrrr. P. A. WHxx0!c.pl, Ti A.. j Loxtagtoa, K LonlsvUls. Ky. J.-CTJtP.JT "W. H GrxxN. Gea&iPS.. WainiajlOB. u. i waaat?ta. iv S-- Ti H tU).ini GiOOam Il.tOas; 8.15am iLiupor fi ilin--- jJn? Ei ? vJP"attft'ftf. T st--j ? ?-- 4 O N ' "4 0q O p - .'SS55nS"B-rH- ' eSSF" MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN I GRKNITE ) 7VOISW7WeiSTS, X-c- A27D AZL 1CTJBS OF GEMETERT WORK ., For further particular piHces, address. r 4; ib ' is JbT 'j' . jt -- W.XTmucG , 1 &-- ,.. WJifc,-- i C, omks, K,M $adi$0D MopiJiD.ijtal. Works. ESSIK r-- JT 4 - '4f,? '"& Hon. yZ -m -'- & HHr was theguoit of Miss Emma- Cunningham at, Thouipoon' Station where sho and her cousin wore given another house party. Altogether her Rojoum was one of unalloyed pleas- . -- f , - -- , "vc- ..- r".V- -, ,. - V,. r -- 5J"J5-?- " ,'''5, r,"j.'v; . iz "r 'r erzir- ?Jsv- - V V .. -- v -- jf The Richmond Climax. PDBUSHID rvERY WEDXBSDAT BT f .1 ! 1 X M h I t Appeared Each Season Until Blooi Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parlll- a ure. Cobb, Frankio BoTir the National Democrats and liss Anna Dejarnott and Miss An Indolent Ulcor. , Vf. "W. Combs, It was a genuine welcome which Populists will be under the necessity Nancy Willis left yesterday for a two Curley, Candlce " For several years I was troubled wit i awaited tho return of Miss Elisc Dnr.cnn, St. N. Proprietors ud Editors. of getting up petitions beforo the weekB stay with relatives In VirA.B.TilUtT' carbuncles on my left side and my bacl. Bennett last Thursday. She has been Green, Qeorge names of their candidates can appear ginia. C . HT0OOS, Associate Editor. They would dlaappcnr In winter and reHamilton. Sarah engaged in teaching at Fairhaven, on the ballot in November. The Mr. Ed. Powell, of Richmond, is turn the next summer. I began tnkirvr Ramsey, Wm. TRICK PEU Y2SAR, $1.50. had no ticket last year, and attending the Fair and visiting Washington, but lately visited in Hood's Sarsapciilla and have never hail JB WILLIS, Postmaster. California, returning via Yellowany carbuncles since. My littlo son had IN ADVANCE, $1.25 the National Democrats failed to poll friends ia tho county. Anderson stone Park. Her stay in tho- - far a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on The Boggs Land and Slock Salo. the requisite number of votes. News. Northwest was very pleasant, renhta left limb and spread half way around WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25, - - 1S97. W. Jj. Crtitcher, executor for W. R. of Mrs. Sallie Yates and daughter, A New Republican daily is to make dered doubly so It. Onr physician recommended a blooi I companion- Bogg, deceased, makes tho following reits appearance in Louisville on Sep- Fulton, Mo., aro visiting Mrs. Wm. O. ship of her cousin, Mre. Evan S. pnrlfler and I govo the boy Ilood'i yester Sareapaillla with gratifying results." A. tember 1st. It will be called "The Chonaultr and other relatives in McCord, neo Miss Lizzie Bennett, port of the salo which took place bidding day: A large attendance and Q. B. James, Polkvllle, Miss. Capital" and will lie edited by Col. Madison. whose husband is a prominent lawbrisk, and a feeling of better times Pra-th" I have been a great sufferer from musAdMisses Nancy Hall and Jl"ona Walter Forrester, Assistant Or nn.l yer of that thriving city. seemed to prevail. The 215 acre tract of cular rheumatism and In October begaii a several weeks jutant General and editor of the left yesterday for Mrs. A. Rollins Burnam was given taking Ilood'a Sansaparllla. 1 continneC u .Frankfort Capital. The new paper stay with relatives and friends In Es- a dinner on Friday by Mrs. Irvine T, land brought $56.05 per acre; 20GJ acre Its use until January when I could go tract brought SCO SO per acre; sows and will oppose Todd and his henchmen till county. Greene, which sho will number shoats sold for 4 J cents per pound; 1 about as well as any one and I have bad fi in their fight for continued control of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hagan and among tho happiest testimonials of no acute pains since." I. W. MJSKICK, Land For Sale. yearling steer, S34.75; 1 yearling heifer, municipal affairs at Louisville. daughter, Eleanor Porter, returned esteem which Uiave been bestowed by S10; I yoke of oxen, 52(3.25; 1 milch cow, I have 175 acres of ood land situa- Grand Isle, Louisiana. on Saturday from the Centennial at friends here, pending her removal to $10.75 ted on the Richmond and Otter Creek Horo is what the Frankfort Capital $33.75; 2 suckling heifer calves. Frankfort. Only a few guests were per head; new corn in the field sold at pike, two miles from. Red Houso, that one of tho leading Republican papers Nashville. present, among thorn Mrs. James B. Sl.15 per barrel; 1 suckling colt, $25.50; I wish to sell either as a whole or in Is sold by all drugtfsU. Itlce 31 ; six tor &. Mrs. Lena Whitehead, of Williamsof tho State, sayu about tho late Repills to take burg, returned homo on Friday ac- McCreary and Mrs. T. S. Bronston. farming implemouts sold well. two separate tracts, 75 acres in one HOOa S FlIlS aro the only Sarsapartll. publican convention: with Hood's o Tho Green home companied by her cousin, Miss abounds with hostract and 100 acres in tae othor It is 'The features of the convention pitality which is embellished on such Bavraro of Oiatmoats for Catarrh, that all in cultivation under good fence, Smith. were the utter ignoring of tho cause SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY , Contain llorcury, and improvements with plenty of wa- Ofllce to Danville, after the appointMisses Sallie, Alice and Lydia occasions by rarojold silver, of sound money, both in tho speeches DEMOCRATIC TICKET and the platform and tho repudiation Clark have returned from a visit to fine China and snowy linen. These at mercury will surely destroy the sense ter. Tho 75 aeru tract has a new house ment of Hon. John W. Yerkes. of that completely derange the of the civil service plank of tho last relatives at Richmond. Mt. Sterling added to a bountiful repast rendered of smell and when entering it through on it. For further information apply city, for it wasjtho latter's desire to tho occasion memorably delightful. whole system surfaces. have it there, and lie secured a long t. Republican national platform. In Such articles to J. Tevis Cobb or myself. the mucous For Clerk of Court of Appeal?, list of names of distillers and othors The Mt. Sterling Dancing Club will should never be used except on prescirp-tion- s short, the convention was denominatJacob Huguei.y. Mrs. J D. Dykes and daughters, SAM J. SHACKELFORD, from reputable physicians, r.a the interested, so it is said, to a petition give an impromptu hop at Masonic 1 ed by a lot of cowardly mo Winare visiting Mr. J. E. Dykes at of Daviess county. damage do is ten fold to the asking for its removal to Danville, who care nothing forparryprinciples chester. Mr. Dykes returned from Temple on Wednesday eving, August good youthey will Lexington Gets the ScTiscls. can possibly derive from them. because it is more acccssablo to the 25, in honor of a house party that Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by and who merely tried to mako a plat- Winchester on Monday. .By expending a few thousand Mad-so- n For Circuit Jndge paying portion of the District. But will be entertained by J. Roger Gate- - F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., conform that would lose as few votes as e Col. A. D. Flora goes to Knoxville miglu have gotton THOMAS J.SCOTT, schools, it is due to Uncle Fam's good sense, To take the place of those worn nut ami those that ' possible. They wanted to insult Gov. August 20 to join the Kentucky Quar- wood, at his lovely home in the tains no mercury, and ia taken of Madison county. upou the blood but the trustees of the Kentucky aided by some weighty protests, that acting directlv county. AmongJ passed entirely out of style. When she ii' Bradley but had not tho courage to tette, which is to furnish music for Ir. Gatewood's and mucous surfaces of the system. In guests will lie Miss Christine Brad buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure vou r Schools of Reform, Mesdames L. P. the office will remain in Richmond them, she needs them in the slight him without similarly slight- a large religious revival. Wm. Cheatham, of Lou whore it has "been located ever since For Commonwealth's Attorney ley, daughter of Governor Bradley; get the genuine. It is taken internall v, Yandell and ing tho president, whom they would B. A. CRUTCHEB, isville, Mrs. S. A. Charles, of LexingMiss Esther Burnam, of Richmond, Miss Bessie be delighted to boot lick." Dedman.of Cynthlana; and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. ton, Mr. W. P. Walton, of Stanford, 18S5, when Gov. McCreary, then a of Jessamine county. week with Mrs. W. Miss Katio Russell, of Paris; Miss Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. is spending Fair of Congress brought it hither 5ySold by Druggists, price 75c per D. H. Howard and B. T. Conway, of member the magnificent quarters A vigorous campaign is to be made F. Lillard, nee Miss Berlin, of CovBut then Florence Winn, of Winchester; Mies Dottle. aug4-4Lebanon, met at the residence of Mrs. just finished in the now Government Representative, in the State this fall by the Democratic ington. Anderson News. Lena Tlllett,of Flemingsburg; Messrs Yandall iu Louisville Tuesday and de- Building here, embracing tho entire W. W. COMBS. Great Wheat Country. party and conditions arc already shaping Mrs. Preston Eastin and son re- Shirley and Raymond Frisbie, of to that end. A Fraukfurt special to the turned Saturday from a pleasant Cynthiana; Will Stanley, Nicholas-vill- e; section in Ken- cided to build at once on a farm to be second floor of eight apartmen's, could The greatest wheat County Judi, Louisville Dispatch Buys visit with relatives in Madison Jennings Greonleaf, .Richmond, tucky, if not in the Unitod Suites, is pnrchased near Lexington, a school of not have been overlooked in the conboth sexes and not to ex- sideration, for there are no handsomI'. II. SULLIVAN. "A member of the Democratic State county. Lexington Loader. and Robert Frank, Paris. Mt. Ster the Nolin Valley, extending from the reform lor Committee, writing to a well side pend exceeding $50,000 of the $100,000 er offices in Kentucky. They are Central Red Mills to Long Grovo on one t. ling Tdiss Sue Hume returned from Connty Attorney, to appropriated on it at present. The Known politician at t Jus place, ivs a and are ready for occupancy, and Maysville last week, but The wedding of Mr. D. T. Matlack of Nolin, and from near Sonora And aujht to have them anyway, and especiull' J. TEV1S C0I5D. meeting of the committee will be held at ieft yesterday for a visit to Miss White Mills on tho other side. Em- reason of the location at Xo::ington was and as much as we should like a and Miss Annie Bolle Kerr will be since she been so very economical and ea& because of an offer of $S,000 from the good Democrat to christen them, wo Lexington soon, at which Eonie impor Susan McRoberts, at Danville. about celebrated at tho First Presbyterian braced in these boundaries are rich you during- the recent SherifT, as connty of Fayette and ?5,(X0 from the extend a welcome to the distinguishtant arrangements for the campaign ill 40,000 acres of land and it ja as Deputy Sheriff Gordor Dudley, who church, Winchester, Tuesday, Octo- ever a crow flew over. This year 10,-- city for it. The proviso wail made by ed Republican who is to preside over II. II. COLYER. be made. A big list of appointments y Infirmary for the ber 12, at 8 o'clock p. m. Tho 000 acres of this territory were in the trustees that the money must be themT In this connection the followfor Democratic orators will has been at the will be performed by Rev. J. past two weeks, was removed to hiR Circuit Clerk, produced an aver forthcoming on their demand else the ing dispatch from Washington in the made np and will be announced be J. Chisolm. A reception will bo wheat, and it has bushels to home Monday, much improved. S. II. THORPE, JR. the acre, act of location goes for naught. Mrs. Louisvillo Post of Aug., 19th is aproage of over thirty rtiioniy aiierwaru. An euort win ue Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks have given at the family residence, after or alout 350,000 bushels. There iB no Charles and Messrs. Howard and pos: made to get the Hon William Jennings And now can get them at such very LOW Pi: It which tho bridal party will leave for County Clerk, Bryan to make several speeches in the returned to their home at Stanford. 10,000 acres in the State which Walton wero appointed a committee lody of Internal Revenue Collector Yerkes providing you come to us from them, that tli i San Francisco via Loxington, Louis JOHN F. WHITE. yield of wheat as to Felect a farm within five miles of will not be permitted to move the State during October, and other outside On Saturday they were entertained no excuse for you not making her happy w ville and New Orleans. Tho lady is will show any such delightfully by Mrs. Matt Cohen. challenge the United Lexington and not nearer than three, offlcefrom Richmond to Danville. The speakers may also be obtained. Among means home more pleasant for yourself. a lovely and popular member of so this, and we crop Jailer, the home orators who will be kept coniu the entire ter of not exceeding 200 acres and persons declination lias not been formerly to beat it, No Mr. Clarence E. Woods, of tho Cli- ciety in Winchester, whilst the groom farms for sale will please promulgated as yet, but Secretary JAMES LACKEY. stantly on the stump and whose services max, has been appointed a delegate less than twenty having such wno is an excellent young ritory averaged are assured in advance are to the National Editorial Association, bushels, while a number went from address the latter at Stanford. Mrs. Gage and tho Commissioner of the man, is a son of Capt. Tom Matlack, thirty-fiv- e Assessor, Yonug Brwn, which meets this year at "Denver, to forty. Eliznbethtown Yandell, Mrs. Charles and Mr. Con- Revenue have reached the decision. Blackburn, one of the knightlicst of gentlemen, And not an article but what has been lxught sinc-firs- t way were appointed the committee on T. 0. CURRY. James 15. McCreary, Colorado. The Secretary says that he never and a popular conductor on tho K. News. building. The next meeting will be saw such a popular man as "this felof the year and entirely too many of then, W. T. Ellis and W. J. Stone, CongressSilver Creek Looses at Last. Miss Katie Harvey, of Jjouisvillc, C. division of tho L & N. at the Phceuix Hotel, Superintendent Public Schools, mention each one, so just remember please. men Rhea, Settle, Berry, Smith, Wheeland Miss Mary Hood Littlo, of RichIt remained for Tom Collins, of Col- - Sept. 21, when tho work of the com- low as John Yerkes," that "everyEnsign Carlo B. Brittaian and bride, J. W. WAGERS. we have anything j'ou may want in the Furnr er and Fitzpatrick, Gen. P. W. Hardin, mond, will arrive next Tuesday to body wants the office removed." but neo Miss Mamie Baldwin, took their yer, to defeat the unbeaten base ballisls mittees will be passed on by the full the only reason is line and if you do not believe it. come and Senators William Goebel, Chas. J. s "Yerkes is Danvisit-Misthat Barney May Davis. .departure on Saturday last for An of Silver Creek headed by the redoubta board. Coroner, Geo. S. Fulton, tho Hon such a fine fellow, and ought to yourself. I. ville Advocate. Mr. Walton has been particnlarly havo what he wants." nanapolis, Md. Mr. Britfain lias ac ble "Vinegar Bill" of C. U. fame. Silver M. G. BROWN. Carioll, the Hon. G. G. Gilbert and a Miss Katie Hacker, who visited cepted a professorship in the U. S. Creek had won a dozen straight games, active in this work and lately went to One Kentucky Democrat who whs host of others, making the list loo long her sister, Mrs. W. F. Schooler, in Naval Academy, which will render and recently wollopcd Mike Enright's Nashvillo to inspect a model school of arguing for the Yerkes side, said to surveyor, for publication. city for the past month, has re- necessary his residence in Annapo- Richmond team 15 to 8 But Mike is a Reform there, anJ returned with ideas the Secretary, much to his amuseS. F. ROCK- Later on in the campaign the Execu- this ment, as ho repeated it with ome turned to her Richmond home. lis. But even this remote location is "stayer," and he just spat on his hands which have doubtless "been of great glee: ''The Republican party is tho tive Committee, which will he named try us again. Mean service to the committee. Although party which advocates paternalism, Morehead Advance. preferable to a life on the ocean main, and dared 'em to CITY TICKET. with Chairman Johnston at its head, Miss Bessie Spears, who is a genu- to which most Naval officers are while he got Tom Collins to do the twirl- a Democrat, Mr. Walton's appoin- aud will only be in itt line to For Mayor which is to look after the campaign manremove the office. is If ine type of tho Southern Beauty, doomed. Ever since their marriage ing and put Limberger on first base. tment as a trusteo by Gov. Bradley, more convenient for Mr. J. P. STOUFFEB. agement, will issue a hand look of iuf Yerkes daughter of Riley Spears, of Spears, some weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Brit-tai- n This settled it Collins struck out twelve will insure to the State such service to have the office brought to him than showing up the gross incompeFor City Judjre have been visiting in this men, and won 21 to 8 But Silver Creek as few men can or would give. A fear- for him to go for the office, then the tency and corruption of the Republican visited friends hero this week. II. C. RICE vicinity, much to the gratification of was not at her best, Gene and Stan less critic of public servants, Mr. Wal- party owes it to Mr. Yerkes to remove administration in Kentucky, the larger Nicholasvillo Democrat. City Attorney the office to Danville even if tho govgood man. ton will discharge his duties far and ernment will be out a littlo money on Mrs. D. B. Shackelford and daugh- their friends, so that their departure Hume were out and another part of which will be devoted to the exj! TALBOT JACKSON. Nevertheless Richmond licked the Creeks away abovo criticism. the transaction." pose of scandals in the penitentary and ters, Callie Miller and Elizabeth, and now is in the nature of a bridal trip, OOl'SCIUIEN. though they like fallen stars still glitter Secretary Gage is very mueh imasylum management." Miss Willio Dcmoville, of Nashville, and the well wishes of their many per At Richmond The Revenue Office Will Reruin. pressed with the popularity of Mr. btevc white Court House TEVIS, PICKETS. left last Thursday for a week's visit friends follow them. Few are the in tho dustGeorge Willging umpired Tom Tliero was foar for a while that Un- Yerkes, but he will not remove the scored. MAUPIN. City brides who have held as warm a fectly, and to Miss McRoberts, at Danville. office. Furniture and Umlcrtaxers. Smith offered a hat for a Richmond hom- cle Sam would move the Collector's Uuiverbily GIRSON, BALLARD. Mr. Marshall Guerrant. one of Lex- place in the hearts of pur people as er, and helped "root" for locals. They S. Holton isat Crab Orchard. Mrs. C. KICIIM0M) DISTRICT. ington's finest young lawyers, has Mrs. Brittain, so that herabsence will play at Silver Creek on Saturday. &lSi)IE&13i3 3 e Miss Mollie Pife is visiting in returned homo after an absence of be long and deeply felt. N. B. TURPIN. F..r Swift's Silver Mine. John C. Chenanlt, editor of the RichLondon. H i "i nl" several weeks, much to tho delight L. SIMMONS. For Constable-- W. The celebrated Swift Silver Mine is Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Vaught are vis- of his many friends. Lexington Ar- mond CLiMAXwaa u visitor in our city n9B'fiiB3 ISSl Over 400,000 vacancies several times as many vacancies as membc-- s Mnst 'iave last week, and we were rejoiced to shake located this time sure, as wo have it gonaut. So great is the recuperative power iting at Trenton. members Several plans; two plans give liee re:i3trat.on. one plan Gl.vRANrtFs po 10 e;nts pays tor book, containing plans and a S.SOO.0U love story of College days jSvJS:Sv s Ju was called on the hand of Madison's distinguished true from the pen of Preston Norris, lately of the United States, that one good Mrs. J. W. Bales Mrs. C. II. Pigs:, of Versailles, is employers for recommending teachers. VS'ltfS" agricultural soaon restores our spir visiting relatives here. Friday to Bed. Sulphur, Va., to at- blue Democrat. He was on his way to of Richmond, now editor of the SCCTHEOX TEACHERS' BUREAU, w I SCTTOM TEACHES3 Rev DS.O M BrREAl S.Vt .Cor Main & Sts ,LouisvilIe,Ky ' wisiomt ano iuaa Hazard ou business. Judge Chenault is Campion, Wolfe county, Banner. He Dearborn St (b cir its and regains) for us the confidence Miss Esther Burnam returned Sat- tend the bedside of Mrs. Hugh McEl- - one of the wheelhorses of Democracy, .erti?n neurits Ciiozo ect, Soaticn Tiaru loisnfie oSft. Oae j n&tttn u Mk a&v. says : of tho commercial world. waine, wlio wagtaKcn vioiomiy in mo urday from Lawreiiceburg. ly21 - Im Mr. C. P. Hudson, of Central Staday previous. Mrs. McElwaino is and has fought as valiantly for the party Miss Anna Belle Ilarber is visit is a dream of the farmer and the as any mau who can be named. Since tion, W. Va.. arrived hero a few improving and has returned home trader that wheat at a dollar a bush- ing Miss Bess, at MaysviUe. he mounted the tripod over a year since nights since to join Mr. M. O'Neil, Mrs. B. L. Middelton, of Richmond, he has wielded a vigorous pen in el shall be realized again Experts Mr. Joe Schafhausen returned last behalf who has beon hero from tho same is visiting her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. of party principles, and life paper is a ;rc predict it will go far beyond it, if there Wednesday from Louisville. place for several weeks exploring tho Mrs. J. W. Zaring formidable factor D. N. Sharp is a continuance of the heavy export in the field. The Cli Swift Silver Mine on Swift's Creek, Mrs. Matt S. Cohen spent a portion and daughter, Miss Birdie, will visit max is the only Democratic paper demand. in two and a half miles from town. These of last week at Lawreiiceburg. in Shelbyvillo during the Fair. Richmond, but it is doing the work of gentlemen tell us that they have reU Whkat still climbs upward, brine-in- g Col. Luke Milward, of Lexington, Sentinel. , half a dozen, and more than holds Its ceived suflicient encouragement to untold happiness to the farmer, visited Judge Goodloe last week. Messrs. E. W. Kane, of Richmond, the retail and wholesale merchants Miss Ida Ramsey visited Mrs. S. D. C. A. Blukely, of Williamsburg, and own against the two other papers there, proceed further, and believe that ul one of which is a straight out Republi- timately thoy will be able to mine and the speculators as well. The en- Young at Nicholasvillo last week. Miss Bessie Kenney, of Mt. Slerlinjg, can organ and the other about the same the whito metal in paying quantities. tire country finds in this high price Mrs. M. J. Haden, of Louisville, is were guests of Misses Therosa and thing, and that is a boltocrat journal w heat tho cornerstone for the It is to be hoped that vast quanties of for the guest this week of Mrs. R. E. Mnymo McDermott, the past week. of unmistakablo Hannacratic proclivities, the precious metal will be found at promised prosperity. Little. which is worse, if anything, than the our door, and that luck and enterprise Paris Kentuckian. "Have you read the Stanford JourMr. T. Hood Littlo left Friday to Mrs. Dabnoy Crenshaw, of Rich- rankest radical institution that can be will be amply rewarded for taking the nal on Watterson" was asked by a visit his friend, Archie Boll, in mond, Va.. who is spending the sum- scared up. Judge Chenault was much initiatory steps in unearthing a comdozen men in Richmond yesterday. mer in spending the summer in pleased with our little city. Jackson modity that will alike prove of inOf all tho flagellations which the calculable importance and boneflt to Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wagers, of Madison, camo over Sunday and is Hustler. Walton has administered to Cincinnati, rre visiting Mr. our community. John F. the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Reid. the great false prophet of the Cour- Wagers. Lexington Gazette. Preston Norris Starts a Paper at Campion ier Journal, that of yesterday is the Misses Ollio and Delia Pigg aro Mr. N. V. White leaves next week Despite our earnest protest, which most comprodunctious! It should visiting Mrs. W. B. Wilkerson in for New York to purchase alargonew Two Madison county couples came wo believe at least sovonty-Gv- o 1m read by every Democrat, perit is a stock of goods for White & Gibson. here Wednesday and were married, Mil- cent of those who understand such darling, and we will send the papers Lexington. Miss Eliza Lusk and Mrs. Geo. Mr. White is familiar with the best ton S. Reynolds to Miss Etta Fatheouii, matters would endorse, Mr. Preston free to all who apply for them. Denny, of Garraid, are visiting Mrs. eastern markets and liis selections and, Terry Fathergill to Miss Lizzie Norris, lately of 'this city, has started PnoviuR.Nci: has taken this land in Crow. Nicholasville Democrat. are always up to date. Geo. D. White. . a paper, The Banner, at Campton, keeping. The tariff Iiasn't done it. Townsed-KisThe Lancaster Record nominates Mr. James Town-seWolfe county, and his first issue is at Miss Mattio Smith has returned The gold mines in Alaska have no for the of Fayette ejnnty, and It iB to wear the collar of no part in the good work; our own nat- from a long visit to Miss Alice Smith Col. Caperton. of Madison, Governor King, of this county, were Miss Ella hand.and to be tho organ of no party, Republican nomination for at Mt. Sterling. married last man Beural resource are our salvation. hence it will not use neckwear nor Mr. Ira Schoolfleld returned to in 1899. Col Caperton would mako a Thursday by Squire D, P. Armer. hold our splendid crops! It is by Govwinning candidate and Mr John T. Kirby have a" very enthusiastic following. Providential interference that we Bellevue after a pleasant visit to Mh ernor. Paris Reporter. and Miss Fannie Morgan were united in But still if the good people of Wolfe Neale Bennett. have a grand harvest while many f1 Phone, jtfo. 21. Tho Jessamine Journal says that the holy lauds of matrimony by Squire wish to improve themselves and their other parte of the world suffer. Look Mr. Harry S. Morgan is expecting :, county they cannot do better", after Rev. Rutherford Douglas, who is well D. P. Armer on Wednesday last. at poor India! Rain hasn't fallen in his mother to arrive this week from md! building churches and school houses, known in this city, conducted a prosome parts of India for three years. Stafford, England. than by giving a newspaper proper tracted meeting last week at Camp people aro actualy dying for want Her Miss Anderson, of Louisville, is encouragemen t. If five hundred citfeisty rate rtlM rtlltsi rtUlsi rtUtii rti SrTHJEnyjmrrtJITU'KirslraJ of food. Locusts have infested tho visiting Miss Elizabeth Barrett, at Nelson. The services were held in izens of the county will send In that tin mash room of Curley's distillery. great wheat producing Argentina, the Hotel Glyndon. h?S rami railra 73 Bennett. Burnam Bennett is the almighty dollar they will have a paMisses Mary H. Little, of Rich- name Mrs. Sam Bennett and family are up and short crops are the rule every3 of tho littlo stranger which ar- per to inform, entertain, defend and where except in the United States. from Frankfort spending tho week mond, Amelia Hamilton, of Lexingrived on Monday, August 23, 1897, at upbuild, them. We hope Mr. Norris Tin famines abroad and not our with Mr. Bennett's mother. ton, and Frances Steenbergen.of Mt. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Waller willnevea regret his newspaper Misses Skinner and Coolev left on Pleasant, AV. Va., who have been tho Chinese tariff causes wheat, corn, Bennett, nee Miss Maty Burnam. that tho Banner may 'never be I Thursday for Ann Arbor, after a de- - guests Of Miss Nancy VanMeter, etc., to sell at present prices. 83 hauled down from the masthead. have returned home. Shelby Senpatlle Sales. tinel. Mr. Joseph W. Bales, agent for Mesdames Lula Davis, S. Parrish, Smith. Joseph Smith, aged 80 years, Schwartzchild & Co , Chicago bought Bottle and Ida Powell, iliss Lucy Adams, Messrs. J. B. and K. P. died on Monday, very suddenly, at the during thtf pastweek in Clark count', Adams, W. A, Powoll and E. G. home of his son, Taos. J. Smith, the following hunches of cattle: 202 , sW 5153 ' o .. WV- raRi; O fc Uir. the burial near Speedwell,.and wan buried' yester- of Joe Brown at $4.75; 23 bf'T. and H. $8'lR attended mm 3 Parrish mm vtmfflfivmfim& i tmnmR of Mrs. Albert Kins at Ioxf ugton on day in this city. Deceased was 80 years Hampton at $1.75 f 110 of I. C. 52? i Kl iwllK rwHlilBUrnlBHil MiJHileJ Ml 1 old, a highly respected citizen, and one at $4,751 56 of Prewitt Friday. Carpets, Furaitare, Wallpaper, Draperies. &S' w S. W. Willis at Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Churchill and who will be sadly missed "by the circle daughter, of Lancaster, Wis., ato at which has so long known and honored ?4.G5j 76 of Vanmeter and Robinson al$f.62Jf7l4lof Will Pa'ce at $4.75; tho Henderson House. Mr. Church- him. 392 of S.X. Golf at $4.75; 55 of Calmes ill is special Pension Examiner, sucEim Brothers at $4.75. p, ceeding Mr. J. A. Bell, and has fifteen It raraJ lSI!r These cattle are being, delivered , teUS Tr- . . Kentucky counties, with Eastern t " headquarters here. Wneat CombTne. To Reduce Stock We Will for the ATEXT 30 Awarded Mrs. W. K. Argo and her two sons, A. prominent Garrard county wheat B' DAYS offer Special Low Prices on : M , Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, Robert and "William, from Colorado grower saj's the farmers of Garrard, . ' prcsonfc visiting Mr. Lincoln, Jessamine anil Boyle eoun'-tie- s Springs, are at CHAMBER SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, Jbiyery , . and "Mrs. Rogers at the School for the f have entered into.,a combine to WALLPAPERS, Deaf, at Danville. They will remain hold their wheat until the price X0 aiSl ing" -- . STRAW MATTINGS, n until January. Mrs. Aro is a daugh- reaches Si per bushel. He estimate s ii rtua ter of Judgp Wm. Chemfult, of this tbatUbero are now a quarter million, LACE CURTAINS, city. bushels in the hands of the farmers, BABY CARRIAGES, and PICTURES, Dr. and Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith enter- itf (hat belt of counties. . tained atprogresslye euchre on Tues5 1 Finl-fl- ui. A New Novell XJoprs OpenipneHdhr Eavjiein Miss Anderday night itf honor of r S Miss Annie son, of cLouisyille. Mrs. John M. Clay, 'owner pffethd . . pH G dnutstoAU. & "x u D? YOU "WANT BARGAINS Bennett wpn tho prize; Ashland Stock "FarmJmearXexlrig1 1! L ' it : . .ttHVi VftTIV n fSisl r- COUE AND SEE TJS. adyjs prize, iirs Neale ,Bennett .tenuis the author, of a recent pablica- 'i W. fir Hume, gentlejnan.fs prize f J. , tion, entitled ..''Spme! Littlo- - of" the; JaigefcStfH Lftwhie ,isatiract); Sullivan, booby priae. t?.??, kTM uch atloutioH', and isihuving.alar2&-sk- i M'h Mattie C-- Sitiiretumed'hoine Corner Main and Broadway, Ijexiagton, Ky. TUgiceofrilie wolume in jmi-- J . . MOSTPER'RiCT; MADE: -- u on Saturday from'a two weeks vjait, Siyieitt-vOiie,.third,- f ai-v cWnts. jOtofiertjblatV A pure Crane Cream of Tartar Panidtf-iVrt- t to., her BonsrfB "Mt& Alfee jChenauIh per coysfgis gubllM ,W Ammonia, Ahmdr any other ufeiterant, atCvMii Sterling;- ,Th.,.lafcteh gave JTer frnoiaBMO-KirtbA STAMDAtDt ' -- !"--it .a"h6UBe i&tyaa&JaierJUfflftb. .vM.5i-'- r sftT k 1 rJCiq.-YEARSTH---, " r- The Qlimax Printing Co. has our thanks for volume 5 of Naval War Records, which is published by order of Congress as an authoritative account of the Union and Confederate Naval Encounters. J. B. McCbeaky IightfulTlsit to tho Misses Bennett Miss Nellie Mershon, of Stanford, has returned to Richmond, and will attend Caldwell High School this fall. List of Letters. Anthur, Jj. M. Bales, Qeorge Bradley. Wm.-Begin, C. II Blcvlns, Chas. Bowman, Alice Bogie, Kate Burton. Lulle Barch, Lucie Cain, Mattie and all aro to go by October h The average weight is about 1,525 now I r I '. - "In pounds. Carbuncles ffiBrnfflfflsm m Coolej, ChennuTt, Sarah Bell May Pop-ulib- ts by-th- o er The Mt Storling Sentinel Democrat says: Yesterday was tho best 'rattle court day we have ever had. There were 2700 cattle camo hero by tho Camargo pike. Thcro wero 3500 or 4000 cattle on the market.. 1500 sheep. Very few mules and horses, Less ping horses than usual. Business was good with tho Kwrclianis.who advertise. Our reporter did not catch, all the cattle sales, but tho following will give the reader some Idea about the weights, grades and prices paid. Stafford & Salyer, the men who will sell, had a large bunch of cattle, and were good, and sold from 2.70 to 4 cents, 'l hey also sola some Jat cows at from 1J to 3 cents. Woman's Greatest Is Spring Oleaiihi r M why not mako it "iiu lit more pleasant or lie her. Hood's Sarsaparilla Mara-willi- A cut-glase- Sentinel-Democra- New Th pie-hunte- aug-18-- inter-nall- tli-:- frfi v, ins W Ira Au-mis- ta Sentinel-Democra- fur-nibh- cd ii - j- cere-mone- well-know- n Hard Time! I 3-- a to-u- e, Our Stock is Complete is n n it Fr Hnll-MERSI- ION, PERSONAL. Buchanan & Biggeistaff, Mupi-trat- E IMS UB8BR 10 nn e gr: nd ;a TEACHERS WANTED! SUTTOW, A. 69-7- 1 It John Robinson Shel-byvil- lc FRANKLIN BROS, Enormous Shows, Combined. The Reason Why! ! Ereeman Brothers are makingsuch a sweeping reduction in the prices of Shel-byill- e. iu-tep- id MARRIED. uuistheir fall and winter aiiu noes Is that stock is about all in and they are compelled to make room for them. Now is the time to get a BARGAIN. J. 1 g. d, Kianv-MoRGA- X, reenpi Bros., First Street. i BIRTHS. LIYING Pictures. Enchanting Statuary 2 Complete Circuses. 300 PERFOEME11S Irnm m anTPsMsTirQrirSJsrasrS ven-turea- nd I DEATHS. fete rrrr -- t I il ES -- 2 Homon Hippodronips RING CIRCUS, Brower,ScotttFrDze8, Van-met- er '!0: A Vanine-terat$1.75;26or- mnm Midsummer Clearance Safe! LOCAL Opeh Den . It- I i!lj 11 :4HJiiMI L, uram Urills. w-- rs m I 1 II li'l , The Grandest, Parade Ever Competition lichest, Barest Street Bheld Defying All MornoTclock. f a iveniueKy onoe -- 11 e l I ati 8in H and Superior Disc Grain' Drills . at j.,iiv p I 1 Ewryiig Iw. CREAM i fJ!a;;J HI ' B. Shacke Ifnnl & (V Put wlionf in H H ! I 1 . ne-Ticke- lono-nan- BROWEB, SCOTT & FllAZEE, - ? - ?R- - .H-S-3 i o tv." P? X- Vf B - wTv. VA . g4tes tr. - 0. f Q.ISTiD 1; H bf these drills lililJlv-- l II Pi' I and increase vmir I , !w?f Capt. Rock brought us a curious egg Killed By Barbed Wire. It is an egg within an egg, Mr Jack Miller lost a promising suckboth shells being perfect. We have ling colt recently by the cruel barb wire ten-toe- d rooster to match it, route, and is grieving over tho catastro WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, - - 1897. some manner impossible to unJ. W. Wagers passed successfully phe. the examination required by the State derstand the colt had gotten one of its Teachers Institute in session. Superintendent, and is now eligible to hiud legs over the fourth Wire of n barbed All pikes in Madison are now free. run for the office of County School Sup- fence and in endeavoring to extricate itself the little animal had pulled out ten erintendent of Madison. s. As yet the rush is on at John panels of the wire and sawed up and Miss Ollie Pigg sold &i tickets for down the fence until it died from loss of Major John D. Harris is preparing the excursion foi the benefit of the blood, w ith the leg cut almost off. The Irvine Christian Church andwas given to put iu GUO acres of wheat this fall. colt was out of a fine Hylas mare and by a week's board at Estill Springs. The the celebrated Electric Bell, belonging Evans had his nice phtcton excursion was a success every way. Grant to Miller and Sibly, of Franklin, Pennpony killed by an L. & N. train last The Richmond Climax. this week. Big Fire in Clark. Ii Don-elsou'- iveet. R. L. Gentry ia agent for ' The Capital" wagon in Madison county. ainr25 2t - Danville is to build antjnfirmary. The best citbens in the tovn will to it. con-tributwo-hors- It. L. Gentry will sell you the best e wagon, "The Capital." ang25 2t Mrs. W. G. "Whito will resume 13, 1897, lier music class Sept. tel Glyndon. at Ho- nug 11-- 1 in The old laundry horse was killed by a train which had to back up before the animal could be extricated. John Donelson sold three buggies last Saturday. If you want the best ironed and best painted farm wagon call on R. U. Gentry, at John Donelson's. aug25 2t Mrs. G- - V. Piekels will resume her music class at her home on Third aug4-lsireet, Monday, Sept. 6. Base ball next Saturday at Silver Creek, versus Richmond. Go down on 2.15 p. ni. train return at 7 p. in. Miss Mary Pattie will resume her class in voice culture and piano at ber home on Socond street, Sept. 6. m 11-l- m A Red House woman whoso"hus-ban- d is addicted to snoring In a large, d manner, is contemplating means of condensing the noise for sale to the city, for use in blasting rock in the new quarry. Rev Roddy, of Midway, one of the most eloquent ministers of the Baptist church iu Kentucky, will on Sunday next begin a protracted meeting at Waco. Large audiences will be in daily attendance, as it will be a spiritual treat to hear this excellent divino. Everybody invited. Rev. Preston Blake, formerly the beloved pastor of the Richmond Baptist church, is engaged in a protracted meeting at Providence, in Clark county, two miles from Boonesboro. and His Madison friends are attending, attesting their respect and affection for this Godly man. He should visit here before returning to his home at Davton, Ky. able-bodieone-ha- lf sylvania. To Sell or Not to Sell Is the Question. The Lexington Gazette says of the flurry in wheat: "Wheat went a booming yesterday and sold in Baltimore at one dollar and two cents a bushel. Some of our fanners are holding for $1.25 per bushel. There must be a great deficiency somewhero for the European demand is taking all that is offered. This advance is not speculative but for actual demand for consumption. If it was the work of the wheat gamblers in Chicago, wo would advise our farmers to sell at present figures, but it would not be wise to sell on such an advancing market. Tho present price is so far above the opening that they can afford to see tho outcome and risk holding till tho market settles. Indigestion is often taken for consumption. The word consumption means wasting away, and dyspeptics often waste away as badly as consumptives. The reason people waste away is because either they don't get enough to eat, or they don't digest what they do eat. If the latter is jour trouble, takeShak-e- r Digestive Cordial. This will help you to digest your food and stop yonr loss of The illuminated heavens, visible to citizens on the River last Thursday aiight. were due to tho burning of J. Scott Renit!k8 laige tobacco barn on the "Vanmeter pike in Clark county. It contained about 30,000 pounds of. hemp, a hemp press, a tobacco press, wagons, farming machinery, tools, etc The hemp had been sold at $73 per ton and was to have been shipped last Friday. The building was perhaps the largest and bestof the kind in the county. Jt was insured for$l,G00, including the presses, machinery and tools. The hemp was insured for about $12,000. The total loss is estimated to be not less than $20,000. The origin of the fire is unknown. When your throat feels raw and rough as if yon had swallowed a piece of sand paper, nothing gives such prompt and effectual relief as Dr. Bells Pine Tar Honey. A wonderful remedy for coughs colds and bronchial affections. Pleasant to the taste never failing in result. Get a bottle It to-da-y. Aro gaining laor rapidly, Business men and tracl-- KJS-- 1 lers carry them In vest 1 1 !r9 pocket, ladlej carry them " In jursen, honkwper keep them In medk-lcloteU, friend recommend, them to friends. an. riooa s oa . I I IA Miss Inpels, the free silver orator, will speak at Mt. Sterling today. CASCAEET8stimulateliver, The Mrs. bowels. 10c kidneys and Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-l- y new-weekly The Banner is the name of the paper published at Campton. Jane - iiojiiiiiib '- m It is always gratifying to receive testi- $1.25 to Lonisvllle and Return Sunday August 29th, 1897. The Southern Railway will run another cheap excursion to Louisville on Sunp. monials for Chamberlain's frolic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, when the endorsement is from a physician it is especially so. "There is no more satisfactory or effective remedy than Ch imber-Iam- 's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Dr. R. E. Robey, physician and pharmacist, of OIney, Mo.; and as he has used the Remedy in his own family and HId it in his drugstore for six vears, he should certainly know. For sale y W. G. White Richmond, Ky. f tlfe ft 41 mw t f I Tof , Boy's y 13' The Busy Bee Cast) H t aug-4-l- m Anse Wells and Annie, daughter o Fillmore Richards, are down with typhoid fever at Brookstown. A nice, new stock of vehicles at John Donelson'e. B. Frank Walker bought at Fox's stable from different parties 10 head of horses from $35 to $92.50 per head. Breeches, trousers, pantaloons and pants for everyone at prices that wont make you "pant." Covington & Mitchell. Lewis Spivey and Addie Brinegar, of the Ford neighborhood, were married m the Clerk'd office yesterday by Squire Armer. Alex Fortune fractured his spine by falling from Dr. Hockaday's bam, at "Whites Station. John Burton also fell but escaped iujury. twelve-year-ol- d J. W. Caperton has been by Gov. Bradley delegate from tins district to the Good Roads convention at Nashville September 12. Col. Elders Sam Crutcher and L. H. Reynolds are holding a revival at Flat Woods and much good is resulting, the visible results being about twenty conversions. S. F. Lucas, proprietor of the livery stable at Berea, started out j csterday on an eight weeks trip through the mountain with S- A. Hardisty, a tabacco drummer. A candidate for Councilman this fall, who lives on f lie Summit, Bays he has spoken for one hundred circus tick-et- a to be distributed among his friends Friday. See him. There is a Sanctification meeting going on lor the past two w eeks at Kirks-illseveral lady preachers are present and they have excellent music as well as e, first class preaching. Considerable indignation was expressed in Louisville because a society man of St. Lonis had insulted a young lady w ilh w horn she had gone riding while l.e was beastly drunk. What else can a lady expect other than to be rudely treated under such circumstances, and a lady who has no more self respect than this, deserves little sympathy. Jessa- Mesh. mine Journal. Shaker Digestive Cordial is made from We are creating a stir among cloth- herbs, barks and the juices of fruit, by n Shakers at Monnr Lebing buyers, that is the ones that are the interested, and it is only a question of a anon. It possesses great tonic and digeslittle more time to wear out the old suits tive powers. Shaker Digestive Cordial has cured until all will be sajing what the one said who has been in, all Bay, with sur- many supposed consumptives (who were prise, how good and what low price. really dyspeptics), by simply helping food, thus Our clothing is the best made and best their stomachs to digest-thei- r fitting goods in town and at same time giving them nourishment and new co6t you no more in price than you pay strength. Sold by druggists. Trial bottle 10 cts. for much inferior goods in every way. It is the interest of everyone to come It and see our goods before buying. Your Failed to Appoint and the old Election Officers Will Hold Over This Year. interest is ours. Covington &. Mitchell. The law requires the county judge to country editor wes hit so hard by A the charms of the pretty yillage school appoint election officers at the August teacher that he penned the following: term of court, but Judge Burton of Mar-io- r county, inadvertently overlooked this ''She is the pride of the town, the star of the west, the mother of invention and matter and failed to appoint the requira jewel of rare brilliancy. She drew a ed officers for the ensuing election. As a picture of an iceberg on the black board. result the 1S9G officers will hold oer and It was so naturarthat the thermometer preside at the 1897 election, as their sue immediately froze up solid. With rare cessors cannot be appointed until August. presence of mind she immediately seized 1S9S. The Lebanon Falcon's remarks are the crayon and drew a fireplace on the prompt action saved pertinent in this case and alL similar opposite side. The the hchool but nearly all the pupi's thereto: As Judge Burton appointed the old caught a bevere cold from the sudden ofikers before his rare good judgement change." became overshadowed with that lamentLost Hog. able yellow mist, it is probable the genA black Gilt, weight about 150 pounds, ial gentleman could not improve on his crop off left and spot on right ear. The former admirable appointments, and the party who has this hog knows it and had public business will not suffer." better turn it out. A liberal reward will Feeling Much, Eottor. beghen for information leading to its "Forseeral years I have been troubOvev Evas. reco erj . led w ith indigestion and dyspepsia, and From Rowell's Newspaper Directory. often suffered intense pain. I was advisThe Richmond, Ky., Climax, weekly, ed to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and boou ia credited with the largest circulation after I began faking it I found it w as givaccorded any paper in Richmond or in ing me relief. My general health is much Madison county or in the Eighth Con- better since I began the use of this medgressional District. icine." Jane Peck, Rutledge, Tennes Th only paper in Madison county see. which supports the Democratic nomiHood's Pills cure nausea, sick headnees, from President to Constable. ache, indigestion, biliousness. 25. It well-know- day, August 20th from all stations in Hart Vance of Louisville, is tipped for Kentucky at the extremely low rate of receiver of tho Lakeland Asylum. $1.25 for the round-triSot "Weather &alc3. Tickets will be gobd going on mornIn warm weather bowel complaints ing trains, returning on evening train frequently result from over eating or leaving Louisville 7:35 p. m. See southern Railway Agent lor Fur- over drinking. Foley's Colic Cure protection from all bowel ther Particulars. derangements and is guaranteed. A man's health is the route by whii-ang4 4vv he climbs to success. If he can keep his Georgetown's' new bank has been orhealth, he will go on to success. Yet his ganized, w ith S. S. Wells as cashier. health is the very thing he neglects more than anything else. It 13 easier to keep You Oan. Depend On. It health than it is to regain it. When a that Foley's Colic Cure is an instant man feels himself runningdown when he relief for colic, summer complaint, realizes a loss of vitality and energy, he cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody flux must call a halt. The stands of his rope chronic diarho:a, cholera infantum, bilare parting rapidly. Dr. Pierce's Gold- ious colic, painters' colic, and all bowel en Medical Discovery lias holped thous- complaints. 25c and 50c. aug4-4ands of men iu just this condition. It The docket of the fall term of the makes health, it makes pnro, rich blood, Court of Appeals will close Aug. 31. it forces out impurities and kills germs. It doesn't make any difference what Don't Tobacco Spit asd 8moka Yoor Life Away. If you wnut to quit tobacco using easily name you call your trouble by dyspepand forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, sia kidney disease rheumatism cofull of new life aud vigor, tako tnat makes weak men nsumptionskin disease, the "Golden tho wonder-workestrong. Many gain teu pounds In ten days. Medical Discovery" will cure it absolute- Over 100,000 cured. Buy of your ly. None of these diseases can retain druegist, under guarantee to cure, KXj or 1.00. Booklet and samplo mailed free. Ad. hold on the body when it is full of rich, Sterling Remedy Co., Chieaco or New York. pure blood. Tho Owensboro wagon factory is now stamps to cover cost Send 21 one-ce- nt of mailing only, and receive free a copy running night and day to keep up w ith of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Ad- the rush ot business. c, r, hi Pails ei hmm. A. wm Perfect Fitting, Hold Fast Buttons. Elastic Waist Bands. STORE Has the exclusive sale of Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Brand of Boy's Clothing. They have just received and put on sale an elegant line of school suits for fall and Warranted Not to RIP. Double Seat KND Double Kuee. winter. Call and See TnemI A New Line of Dark Percales, Pretty Ducks and Lad Suitings just opened this week. Look for our Fall Announcement, we have some good 9JR rl" H tey ffM&fgfl dress, World's Dispensary Medical ciation, Buffalo, N. Y. L. & HI Excursion. Asso- It Excursion to Cincinnati and return Friday, August 27th. Special Train will leae Richmond C.50 a. m. $1.50 round trip. Returning Train w ill pjave Fourth Jerry Farmer has been selected as the Street Station, Cincinnati, 10.30 p. m. Democratic nominee for Representative Kuper Hood, Agent, You cannot say yon have tried everything for your rheumatism, until you have taken Ayer's Pills. Hundreds have been cured of this complaint by the use of these Pills alone. They were admitted on exhibition at the World's Fair as a standard cathartic. It in Greenup County. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won-- , derful medical dfscovery of the age. picas-an- t and refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, Habitual constipation and biliousness. Plcaso buy and try a box or C. C. C. IU, 60 cents. Sold and guaranteed to cure by all dru).'gist3. Ererrbodj Says So. The big negro camp meeting w in gress at Kuttawa. pro- Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad sases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles nnd a favorite remedy for sore nipples; mapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-RIienm things for our customers this season. Make a note of this and watch for the announcement. Respt., h&Lt? y' I mrs v2pS& OLDHAJ "NA COMPANY. - 'A It Makes Good Your Losses. Tho new postal law making good all Colored teachers institute met here by F. L. Wil- losses of money sent in registered let last week, was conducted liams, of Louisville, while R. N. Harper, ters where the sum is $10 or less, is colored lawyer of that place spoke on now in effect. The law is a good one "Industrial Education." and enables people to send small sums to any part of the country", with the The Advocate sas that the report assurance that they will not suffer is unofficial that the Collector's office is loss. why flO should be the to remain here, 'awl that those whodes limit is not readily understood. ire the charge do not yet regard the matCity Officer's Salaries Reduced. ter as finally disponed of." Probably patterning after tho late Splendid elocution recital last night action of the Richmond City Council, by Miss Georgia Ray MacMillaii, asthe council of Harrodsburg reduced sisted by her sister. Miss MacMillaii, an chief the pay of the mayor accomplished musician. Too late for of police, 20 per cent.; city jude and extended notice this week. attorney, over 100 per cent.; clerk, from $175 to $ 100 per year; Mr. Charlie N. Cecil, stopped a runpay of councilmen, from $72 per anaway librae and probably saved ot two people at Danville. He played num to $48; night police, from $480 to tackle" on Centre's foot ball team and $400. knows how to down a horse. To Tho People. Jnt one-hal- f; city-cit- y the-live- s If you want to be astonished call as we did on S. L. MidkifTaud examine his line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and road wagons and get his prices for same. The jiooiest can afford to ride in a vehicle tf at his prices. I am a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Madison. If elected, my rule of conduct in the office shall be, "equal and exact justice to all people; to the rich and poor alike." It shall be my constant endeavor to secure a pru administration of The Pair of Shoes found, and adver- dent and economical the fiscal affairs of the county, aud-tbtised in last weeks Climax, belonged to of Mr. Arch Doty. We leave the question, reduce the excessive rate taxation. I solicit your aid. Geaxt E. Liixy. as to whether or not the Climax is a good advertising medium, for you to deIs Mr. Crutcher to Hao a Walkover? cide. conversation with the editor of us In S. F. Lucas, of Berea, informs us that the Nicholasville Democrat, Charlie a negro while shouting one night last Welch, who was in Louisville the wek at a bis meeting that is going on at othor day at the Republican Conven Bobtown, through religion excitement tion said: "I think I fixed this Juthrew her baby up into the air killed it dicial District for Ben Crutcher. I met with the chairman of Madison, instantly. Clark and Powell and we agreed to Mr. David Chenanlt and Mr. J. W. nominate John Bennett, of Rich Elmore bought last week in Wood- mond, for Circuit Judge. I told head of high them that Bon was mighty popular ford county twenty-tw- o grade Herford and Durham heifers with the young men and it would be which they expect to keep for breed w iso to give him no opposition. They ing purposes. agreed with me." The third declamatory contest! Recovering From a Dangerous Operation. between College Hill and Kingston Ella Bioaddus, colored, underwent a is to be held at College Hill, Saturday evening, August 28th, at 8 p. in. surgical operation on Friday which probMr. F.T.Kelley who won in the last ably saved her life. She was a sufferer from tubular and ovarian disease, and on is to act as chairman. The Crab Orchard Springs Com- Not one complaint has ever been Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are made by those using Ayer's Sarsaparilla just what a horse needs when iu bad according to directions. Tonic, blood purifier and Furthermore condition. They aro not food' but we have yet to learn of a case in which vermifuge. nse to put a medicine and the it has failed to afford benefit. So say hun- horse in prime best in condition. Price 25 of druggists all over the country. senta per package. dreds Has cured others, will cure j'ou. It The miners at Central City refusp to An elevator is being built by theLaw-rencebujoin the strikers. Roller Mills Company that Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarwill be at the service of the wheat growrhoea Remedy always afiords prompt reers of Anderson. lief. For sale by W. G. "White RichIf the hair is falling out, or turning mond, Ky. aug-4-lgray, requiring a stimulant with nourishJoe Jenkins, alleued murderer of Will ing and coloring food. Hall's Vegetable Dramatic and Musical Recital. bond at VerSicilian Hair lienewer is just tho spe- Raukins, was held without Misses Nannie Heath and Mary sailles. It Pattie will, on Thursday, September cific. Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Sel16, give a dramatic and musical reSome of the colored people of Paduch ect Primary School at.her home on Sevcital at the Court House which will aro engairing in arranging for the organ- enth st. the first Monday in September. prove a most enjoyable entertain- ization of "Sons of Veterans." Your patronage is solicted. juno 30-t- f ment, for aside from the popularity 0UKut w know that FOR SALE. of these young ladies they are our U feiiug from any kidney trouble most gifted local artists. Miss Pat-tie- 's that a Fafe, sure remedy is Foley's Two thoroughbred stallions. Elkwood vocal accomplishments are too Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or money (Suburban winner), "Dunboyne," both well known to need comment. Suf refunded. augl 4w winners. For particu'ars write to fice to say she studieB constantly TETER POSTELL, The Russellville public school. Disto grow better and betand continues augll-2Hopkinsville, Ky. ter. Miss Heath was lately gradua- trict No. 68, will open Monday, August 30. ted from the New England ConservaHAY FOE SALsT tory of Oratory and eclipsed all A onor2:&'bl3 Cnro of Chronic records there for ten years, which is Have 23" or more tons of nice timothy Diarrhoea- a remarkable attainment and one hay for sale. Free of weeds, cut right, In 1862, when I served my country as curvd right and bright. Sell foi cash that will command for her instant a private in Company A. 167th Pennsyl- only. recognition among tho foremost HUGH MILLER, teachers of elocution. It will be a vania Volunteers, I contracted chronic Pond Church, pleasure to her many friends to attend diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal augll-3Barnes' Mill Pike. dozthis recital and they are assured in of trouble ever since. I have tried a en different medicines and several prom advance a rare dramatic feast. In order to defray expenses an admis- inent doctors without any permanent relief. Not long ago a friend sent me a sion fee of 25 cents will bo charged. sample bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Thore's no question oliout it. Hood's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and afSarsaparilla is the best blood purifier. ter that I bought and took a 50 cent botAs agent for T. B , J. J., R. L., J. B. and Tills is proven by its wonderful cures of tle; and now I can say that I am entire- A. B.Walker, twill on blood diseases. It cannot be thankful enough ly cured. September IS, 103 1 to you for this great Remedy, and recomTHE FAMOUS GRACIE THOMAS. all Buffering veterans. If in mend it to One of the Many Features ol the Great on the the residence where D doubt wiite me. Yonrs gratefully, Hen- "Walker premises, atone mile southwest ot Kirks-vill-B. no-- r lives, John Robinson and Franklin Qros.' by ry STEiNnEKGKRAllentown, Pa. Sold at 10 o'clock a. m., sell to the highest and best bidder, tho D. B. Walker tract ot Combined Shows. W. G. White Richmond, Ky. land, said to contain about One of the disang-4-ltinguished features Thieves entored the residence of Depot with the grandest This farm has npon it a good brick and frame and beit shows, Agent McDaniel at Hardin and secured residence, with good barn and outbuildings, under good fence, with plenty of water, and $35. which will be seen in a high state of cultivation, In a good quiet close to good in all their unajn WnEN bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, neighborhood, in three miles ot schools and two depots. churches, and candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c Any one wishing to look at said farm before day of sale, will call upon D B. Walker on the at Richmay5 lyr farm, or W. P. Prewitt. at KirksTille. cash January 1, 1838, the TKBMS Oue-hamond Friday Aug. balance In one, two and three payments, with The Hart county Union Suuday-scho- ol 27, i3 the notable sue per cent, interest until paid. convention will be hold at Horse Cave equestrian act W. P. PREWITT, Agent. Sunday, August 22. by rg ( 0mm slSa tim &E4 11 rriiJtc;u... -- b njrk & TRENG'Ssc m ggg t. && c 3 at MID-SUMM- ER K sale Is now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approvNOTICE tho rare bargains we are offering for Vnil al of a generous public. Same price to every one and CASH in every instance. m m m v JUJurllLlW mm if $&U j2Ay. m1fa3? ... ' r m w Pine Good0 . PUBLIC SALE! A suit that suits is worth havinpr. There's so much instrinsic worth of rendy-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. The sale on now is to decrease stock and they must go. 2o reserve. Genuine Bargains Suits at $5.50, $1 00, $5.00, SO Men & B oys... 00, $7 50. plicated for twice tho money other places. Can't be du- A 5F -- flattest of Straw I IMil c, ffffliff O'firO' .vr The. East Is ............ Our Market. : ryJLv.1!i Oi3iWl,i6fj? W7y-3-- - In a city is queer. But we're cutting I 4SUK E :: vTrivjT I I'U'Jr SZ fj "- O. &v it. . Staw Hats and the harvest fs here a Harvest oi iiargains in au sizes. s and descriptions of Hats. Shoes In Every Style lvJaM tCvv; .CiiA'K??iiy, kJvVO-VV7VVAAAVV iv?!i?yi vfTirri. v i?T, ..Tv'wM 55. ,TC?f?ir. lf pec-forme- d the pany will spend $7,000 in general improvements at the springs next season. This .year's business has been most gratifying and a general revival is expected for this old resort next summer. Vednesday night eleven raiders tore down two toll gates on the Cynthiana & Leesburg pike Thej alao tore down a gate on the Cynthiana, Connersville and A Bad Placa to Slop Over Is Livingston. Scott county pike. The county of HarPassengers who change cars at Liv- rison is now paying S50 a night for iugoton on the night trains are comguards for the gates. plaining of the disorderly conduct Grown up men and 'bia'' Iwiys have which is carried on there by drunken a great advantage over the little fellows-Whe- n men. One night last week a dozen they want a snit of clothes they hilarious individuals whoso brains come and select it, but the little fellows wrere aflame with liquor, raised all depend on others and have to take wbut manner cf noise to the exceedingdiB-comfltur- e of the guestsn the waiting they can get. But Avith our assortment andextiemely low prices yon cannot se room. One fellow stood In the door lect anything but what ilie ''little one" and fired a pistol, whilst another will be pleased with. Mothers, don't went up to a lady and raising her hat fail to Bee the line. If you do yon will struck a match andhuldjitin horface. be bound to regret it. It is no trouble We feel sure the railroad officials- - are to show and we will let thergoodsand 3jot aware of. the stteMot.Sairs anoTthaCiliejrwiir adept prices bpeak for thewfcelvee-VCovfngto- u trBuppi BWMMra ""-""" , . -- - account of her poverty and the extreme delicacy of the treatment needed, was given up to die. Several persons became interested and snbscribed to a fund to pay for an operation upon the unfortnnate woman. Dr. H. R. Gibson was called in and with the assistance of Drs. M. C. Heath and W. M. Gibson, performed that most dangerous of abThe dominal operations, ovariotomy. woman is fast recovering. t - t' &S r j' thluiiwfc. , world's most famous Mis3 Gracie Thomas, the most petite and handsome young horsewoman, whose surprising accomplishments have made her the idol of every country. 2o other lady rider has ever achieved that high grade of excellence accomplished hy this gifted young artist Even her professional rivals ac cord her the palm of superiority, and Toint with nride to her as their leader. No. prettier picture can be conceived thtn this young girl, endowed by nature with rare beanty of form and face, dancing and pirouetting upon the back of a swiftly running horse, with the same eaee, grace and abandon as a premier behind the footlights of the mimic stage. lies Thomas is, however, only one of .t)e scores of exclusive features which aro daily presented by this colossal tented exposition, which, as a whole, tar surpasses any amusement enterprise the world has ever known. It is the only place in all America where 2tTlions a one den. can be seen. There are a great many of the unfortunate ones in this world, greater in number than those w ho are blessed with go6d digestion. To some people tho greatest to eat every-tiiimisfortune iff not to e sat haforfe them. 5"I suffered for years with Dyspepsia, and ev'erytHiBgr ate clih4rreedwith me. X was. lITdacwl Pio try Simmons I4vw,EeJ&rw& sureu. a uuwptoj7Mnr'-p- u f 'JUOWfl JMI1W1, SH. bo-abini aug25-l- w You Tafco Your Vacation the most necessary article to have with FOR you (after your pocket liook) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements I have tor sale about 00 good of the bowels caused by a change of about 700 good stock wethers, also JTioix j ms Men's Working Pants There aro shoe stores which keep one or two of the shoos we have, but theru are none WAV1 that keeps the variety in foot wear which makes our establishment the work-ttormecca for all who are looking for Ot anl excellence of quality and and - Shoes 25 that other shoe manship. See our $1.25, 51.50, are asking 25 per cent, more money for. yl u! wfik $1-1- - At one price to all alike. es 5 SHEEP SALE! stock owes, a number ot m CENTS. fm water. You are likely to need it ang4-4- w good Southdown bucks. Address G. E Black, augllS-lBed House. Ky. m 3111 $m ia wrs. What's Ypor Need? A choice, A special advertising train for the Tennessee Contennial is distributing circu" lars in tho Purchase. Men's Suits for $2.50 worthlSS.OO Ycu and Your Qran&mother Men's Suits for 3.00 worthK 9.00 Are removed from each other by a span ,. 0,.:4-o- , I will lent publicly to the highest bidder, on l! rt "C'7.--a T7V. Tr.. ouiis n ucuia, of many years. He travelled in a slow the premises, about 10 o'clock, a m., on i .lhj ixncc x (xu.u w going while you take the Men's Shoes 80 cents. lightning express or the electric car. S&a 1 hdies' Shoes SO cents. 11, - A. rl&K O Jt When he was sick- he was treated by old Saturday, Sept, ii.TTI i xseaubuui jjiue ui uaiicoes ii'om o i o ceuis. to fashioned methods and given old fashGjpod Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard-lucn ioned medicines, buf'you demand Tho farm known as the James Tribble place, Suitings 9 cents a yard up. Jack's Creek- pike, IV, miles Ideas in medicine as well as.in every, situated on. the containing: from Richmond, ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to $1. thing else. Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to SI a varc medicine of to day. It 13 prepared by Sjtraw Mattings from 12i eehts.toJ20 cts yd. methods and to its preparation On which is One Nice Dwelling House in good modern also are brought the skill and knowledge of. repair, good stable) and other two comfortable .tenement houses. Fifty or modem .science., Hood's Sarsaparilla sixty acres to be put in wheat and fifty to go in act4 promptly upon the blood and by' corn, the remainder ia grsss. jf making pure, rich blood it cures disease IT IS WELL'ATEIEB ANF;L9CATEfi. good health, augl 4w and establishes 3MML "fji "i , i the same tUne.an'dplace,-Jf'wlseU7 stares yearn CaptJamesiWiiBou waaelected-o-iic- e ' saddle colt U l Judfpj IsktHrlaWesville in place ol old T I. IM cbtae, a rwe, harrow; wagon sdj,oUte mem- - ; MMQt'-?.W l' I V.A;I The Greatest Bai'gains ever offered to tho peo ple of Ma'iison county. or nothing said the collar to the cuff." "Well I'll beclose to hand," replied the cuff, and "I'll take the neck - Public Renting! Look at these Prices: . stage-coac- h - 17. !t m i&m . XL i- -ll k v-- mod--er- - HI :::26oo acres,;:::: m Zrt'.TA vwV Vw pr v7?v i ' r Vii I Mv UV - ryy ..ir cafTi- so they were satisfied. Thafcs the way with our customers,, no matter what their fancy itui dictate, we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Neck- wear and Shirts of every de- scriptaon and afc prices that can't be reached by others. f . J . , t ?JJwMiy lOc.boxf of mut. fiwwth'w Cret, fh 4fe Ipargains Now!" s Bargains Eorefert M. Y tVWK 'CYTl MSt.TSS35S: W :. WVN l' JI1 k Vi 85yv5lte ESI K'1 teiJoAteWkktaMbik; ' U For fiood Values at low Prices See V .) ' b &.'- VI I "-- - J m . if - Capt Rock brought us a curious egg this week. It is an egg within an egg, both shells being perfect. "We have a rooster to match it 1897. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25, J. W. Wagers passed successfully tho examination required by the State Teachers Institute in session. Superintendent, and is now eligible to All pikes iu Madison are now free. run for the office of County School SupAs yet the rush is on at John Don- erintendent of Madison. Miss Ollie Pigg sold 64 tickets for elson's. the excursion foi the benefit of the Major John D. Harris 13 preparing Irvine Christian Church andwas given to put iu GOO acres of w heat this fall. a week's board at Estill Springs. The Grant Evans had his nice phscton excursion was a success every way. pony killed by on L. & K. train last A Red House woman whoso"hus-ban- d iveek. is addicted to snoring in a large, R. L. Gentry is agent for The Capd manner, is contemplating ital" wagon in Madison county. means of condensing the noise for sale to tho city, for use in blasting au5 2t Danville is to build an Infirmary. rock in the new quarry. The best citizens in the tovn will conRev Roddy, of Midway, one of the tribute to it. most eloquent ministers of the Baptist R.Ii. Gentry will sell you the best church in Kentucky, will on Sunday next begin a protracted meeting at wagon, "The Capital." Waco. Large audiences will be in daily ang25 2t attendance, as it will be a spiritual treat Mrs. W. G. "Whito will resume to hear this excellent divino. Everyclass Sept. 13, 1897, at Hoher rnusic body invited. aug in tel Glyndon. Rev. Preston Blake, formerly the killed b The old laundry horse was beloved pastor of the Richmond Baptist which had to back np before the a train church, is engaged in a protracted meetanimal could be extricated. ing at Providence, in Clark county, two John Donelson sold three bugles and lf miles from Boonesboro. last Saturday. His Madison friends are attending, atIf you want the befet ironed and testing their respect and affection for best painted farm wagon call on R. L. this Godly man. He should visit here before returning to his home at Davton, Gentry, at John Donelson's. atig25 2t Ky. Mrs. G. W. Piokels will resume Considerable indignation was expresher mustc class at her home on Third sed in Lonfcyille because a society man aug 6. street, Monday, Sept. of St. Lonis had insulted a young lady Base ball next Saturday at Silver with whom she had gone riding while Creek, versus Richmond. Go down on he was beastly drunk. What else can a 2.13 p. m. train return at 7 p. in. lady expect other than to be rudely Mary Pattio will resume her treated under such circumstances, and a Miss class in voice culture and piano at her lady who has no more self respect than this, deserves littlo sympathy. Jessahome on Sacond street, Sept. 6. mine Journal. The Richmond Climax. Killed By Barbed Wire. Big Fire in Clark. ten-too- d Mr Jack Miller lost a promising suckling colt recently by the cruel barb wire route, and is grieving over tho catastro phe. la some manner impossible to understand the colt had gotten one of its hind legs over the fourth wire of a barlied fence and in endeavoring to extricate itself the little animal had pulled out ten panels of the wire and sawed tip and down the fence until it died from loss of blood, with the leg cut almost off. The colt was out of a fine Hylas mare and by the celebrated Electric Bell, belonging to Miller and Sibly, of Franklin, Pennsylvania. To Sell or Not to Sell is the Question. able-bodie- two-hor- se 11-- 1 one-ha- The Lexington Gazette says of the flurry in wheat: "Wheat went a booming yesterday and Fold in Baltimore at one dollar and two cents a bushel. Some of our farmers are holding for $1.25 per bushel. There must be a great deficiency somewhere for the European demand is taking all that is offered. This advance is not speculative but for actual demand for consumption. If it was the work of the wheat gamblers in Chicago, wo would advise our farmers to sell at present figures, but it would not be wise to sell on such an advancing market. Tho present price is so far above the opening that they can afford to see the outcome and risk holding till tho market settles. Indigestion is often taken for consumption. The word consumption means wasting away, and dyspeptics often waste away as badly as consumptivcK. The reason people waste away is because either they don't get enough to eat, or they don't digest what they do The illuminated heavens, visible to citizens on the River last Thursday night were due to the burning of J. Scott Reniek's laige tobacco barn on the Vanmeter pike in Clark county. It contained about 30,000 pounds of hemp, a hemp press, a tobacco press, wagons, farming machinery, tools, etc The hemp had been sold at $73 per ton and was to have been shipped last Friday. The building was perhaps the largest and bestof the kind in the county. was insured for$l,C00, including the presses, machinery and tools. The hemp was insured for alwut $12,000. The total lossis estimated fo be not less than- - $20,000. The origin of the fire is unknown. Are gaining favor rapidly, Business men anil travel- lers carry them In vest fa rockets, ladles carry tlicm " Hood'sa au, I I EP -- in purses, hontekecper keep tliera In mIUn closets, friends recommend, them to friends. Jin. 5 111 tJf 8 Miss Ingels, the free silver orator, will sptak at Mt Sterling today. The Mrs. Cascabets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. 10c. m " It Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-ly The Banner is tho name of the new weekly paper published at Campton. Jane Hopkins' When your throat feels raw and rough as if yon had Bwallowed a piece of Band paper, nothing gives such prompt and effectual relief as Dr. Bells Pine Tar Honey. A wonderful remedy for coughs colds and bronchial affections. Pleasant to the taste never failing in result. Get a bottle It y. $1.25 to Lonisvllle and Rclurn Sunday August 20th, 1897. The Southern Railway will run another cheap excursion to Louisville on Sun- It is always gratifying to receive testimonials for Chamberlain's (olic, Cholera and Diarrlioea Remedy, when the endorsement is from a physician it is especially so. "There is no more satisfactory or effective remedy than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Dr. R. E. Robey, physician aud pharmacist, of Olney, Mo.; and as lie has used the Remedy in his own family and Mild it in his drugstore for six vears, he should certainly know. Forsale y W. G. White Richmond, Ky. y aug-4-lm JkjEL afo W $&& stri m m V w W Of BraflCrnrTtf Boy's Clothing. m eat. If the latter is jour trouble, takeShak-e- r 11-l- m twelve-year-ol- d We are creating a 6tir among clothRichards, are ing buyers, that is the ones that are daughter of Fillmore down with typhoid fevpr at Brookstown. interested, and it is only a question of a little more time to wear out the old suits A nice, new stock of vehicles at until all will be saving what the one John Donelson's. said who has been in, all say, with surB. Frank Walker bought at Fox's prise, how good and what low price". stable from different parties 10 head Our clothing is the best made and best of horses from 35 to f 92.50 per head. fitting goods in town and at same time Breeches, trousers, pantaloons and cost you no more in price than you pay pants for everyone at prices that wont for much inferior goods in every way. make you "pant." Covington & Mitch- It is the interest of everyone to come and see our goods before buying. Your ell. interest is ours. Covington X. Mitchell. Lewis Spivey and Addie Brinegar, A country editor was hit so hard by of the Ford neighborhood, were married office yesterday by Squire the charms of the pretty village school in the Clerk's teacher that he penned the following: Anner. ''She is the pride of the town, the 6tar of Alex Fortune fractured his spine by the west, the mother of invention and falling from Dr. Hockaday's barn, at a jewel of rare brilliancy. She drew a "Whites Station. John Burton also fell picture of an iceberg on the black board. but escaped injury. It was so naturarthat the thermometer Col. J. W. Caperton has been an- immediately froze up solid. "With rare imated by Gov. Bradley delegate from presence of mind she immediately seized the crayon and drew a fireplace on the Huh district to the Good Roads convenopposite side. The prompt action saved tion at Nashville September 12. the bchool hut nearly all the pupi's Elders Sam Crutcher and L H. Rey- caught a hevere cold from the sudden nolds are holding a revival at Flat change." is resulting, the AVoods and much good Lost Hog. visible results being about twenty conversions. A black Gilt, weight about 150 pounds, S. F. Lucas, proprietor of the livery crop off left and spot on right ear. The stable at Berea, started out yesterday on party who has this hog knows it and had an efcht week? trip through the moun- better turn it out. A liberal reward will tain with S- - A. Hardisty, a tabacco be gi en for information leading to its Ovey Evans. recover . drummer. Ase Wells and Annie, Digestive Cordial. This will help you to digest your food and stop your loss of flesh. Shaker Digestive Cordial is made from herbs, barks and the juices of fruit, by the well-know- n anon. It tive powers. Shaker Digestive Cordial has cured many supposed consumptives (who were really dyspeptics), by simply helping their stomachs to digesttheir food, thus giving them nourishment and new Shakers at Monnr Lebpossesses great tonic and diges- strength. Sold by druggists. Trial bottle 10 cts. It Failed to Appoint and the old Election Officers Will Hold Over This Year. The law requires the county judge to appoint election officers at the August term of court, but Judge Burton of Mar-io- r county, inadvertently overlooked this matter and failed to appoint the required officers for the ensuing election. As a result the 189C officers will hold over and preside at the 1S97 election, as their sue cessors cannot be appointed until August. 1S9S. The Lebanon Falcon's remarks are pertinent in this case and all similar thereto: As Judge Burton appointed the old officers before his rare good judgement became overshadowed w ith that lamentable yellow mist, it is probable the genial gentleman could not improve on his former admirable appointments, and the public business will not suffer." day, August 20th fiom all stations in Hart Vance of Louisville, is tipped for Kentucky at the extremely low rate of receiver of the Lakeland Asylum. 81.25 for the round-triHot VToatior Jlulos. Tickets will be gobd going on mornIn warm weather bowel complaints ing trains, returning on evening train frequently result from over eating or leaving Louisville 7:35 p. m. See southern Railway Agent for Fur- over drinking. Foley's Colic Cure protection from all bowel ther Particulars. derangements aud is guaranteed. A man's health is the route by whiih ang4-4he climbs to success. If he can keep hiH Georgetown's nc w baiik has been orhealth, he will go on to success. Yet his ganized, w ith S. S. "Wells as cashier. health is the very thing he neglects more Yon. Can Depend. On. It than anything else. It ia easier to keep health than it is to regain it. When a that Foley's Colic Cure i3 an instant man feels himself runningdown when he relief for colic, summer complaint, realises a loss of vitality and energy, he cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody flux, must call a halt. The stands of his rope chronic diarhaca, cholera infantum, bilare parting rapidly. Dr. Pierce's Gold- ious colic, painters' colic, and all bow el en Medical Discovery has helped thous- complaints. 25c and 50c. nug4-l- w ands of men iu just this condition. It The docket of the fall term of the makes health, it makes pure, ricli blood, Court of Appeals will close Aug. 31. it forces out impurities and kills germs. It doesn't make any difference what Don't Tobacco Spit and Sxoko You Life Away. If you waut to quit tobacco using easily name you cnll your trouble by dyspepand forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, sia kidney disease rheumatism confull of new life aud vigor, take that makes weak men sumption skin disease, the "Golden tho wondor-workestrong. Many gain teu pounds in ten days. Medical Discovery" will cure it absolute- Over 100,000 cured. Buy of your ly. None of these diseases can retain drucgist, under guarantee to euro, 50c or 1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. hold on the body when it is full of rich, Sterling Remedy Co., Chienco ur New York. pure blood, Tho Owensboro wagon factory is now stamps to cover cost Send 21 one-ceof mailing only, aud receive free a copy running night and day to keep up w ith of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Ad- the rush ot business. dress, World's Dispensary Medical AssoErerrbodj- Bays So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won-- , ciation, Buffalo, N. Y. It derful medical discovery of the age. pleasant and refreshing to tno taste, act gently L. & N. Excursion. and positively ou kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, Excursion to Cincinnati and return euro headache, fever, habitual constlration Friday, August 27th. Special Train will and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box IU, 25, 50 cents. Sold and of C. C. C. leave Richmond C.50 a. m. $1.50 round guaranteed to cure by all druggists. trip. Returning Traiu will leave Fourth Jerry Farmer has been selected as tho Street Station, Cincinnati, 10.39 p. m. Democratic nominee for Rcprescitith e Kuper Hood, Agent, in Greenup County. You cannot say you have tried everything for your rheumatism, until you Tetter, and Eczema. have taken Ayer's Pills. Hundreds have The intense itching and smarting incicomplaint by the use dent to these diseases is instantly allayed been cured of this of these Pills alone. They w ere admitt- by applying Chambei Iain's Eye and ed on exhibition at the World's Fair as a 3km Ointment. Many very bad ;ases have been permanently cured by it. It standard cathartic. It ia equally efficient for itching piles and The big negro camp meeting is in pro- a- favorite remedy for core nipples; mapped hands, chilblains, frost bites gress at Kuttawa. sore eyes. 25 cts. per p. c, r, nt y; Siilt-Xihenm lm Fa&is i kkk. TheBusyBeeCash Perfect Fitting, Hold Fast Buttons. Elastic Waist Bands. M?$ sf&s Warranted Not to Has the exclusive sale of Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Brand of Boy's Clothing. They have just received and put on sale an elegant line of school suits for fall and STORE .AS W ! RIP. Double Seat KND Double Ki)?e. winter. . Call arjd See Then) I A New Line of Dark Percales, Pretty Ducks and Lad Suitings just week. opened this look for our Fall Announcement, we have some good things for our customers this season. Make a note of this and watch for the announcement. Respt., . - W. D. OLDHAM & company; - ind chronic box. candidate for Councilman this ho lives on the Summit, says lie has spoken for one hundred circus tickets to be distributed among his friends Friday. See him. A fall, w There is a Sanctification meeting going on lor the past two w eeks at Kirks-villseveral lady preachers are present and they have excellent music as well as first class preaching. e, Colored teachers institute met here last week, was conducted by F. L. Williams, of Louisville, while It. N. Harper, colored lawyer of that place spoke on "Industrial Education." The Advocate says that the report is unofficial that the Collector's office is to remain here, 'and that those who des ire the charge do not yet regard the matter as finally disposed of." Splendid elocution recital last night by Miss Georgia Bay MacMillan, assisted by her sister. Miss MacMillan, an accomplished musician. Too late for extended notice this week. Mr. Charlie N. Cecil, stopped a runaway horse and probably saved the- lives of two people at Danville. He played 'tackle" on Centre's foot ball team and knows how to down a horse. Not one complaint lias over been Feeling Much. Eotter. made by those using Ayer's Sarsaparilla "For several years I have been troub- according to directions. Furthermore led with indigestion and dyspepsia, and we have yet to learn of a case in w hieh From Howell's Newspaper Directory. often suffered intense pain. I was advis- it has failed to afford benefit So say hunThe Richmond, Ky., Climax, weekly, ed to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and noon dreds of druggists all over the country. w credited with the largest circulation after I began faking it I found it was giv- Has cured others, will cure you. It accorded any paper in Richmond or in ing me lelief. My general health is much An elevator is being built by theLaw- Madison county or in the Eighth Con- better since I began the use of this medgressional District. Rutledge, Tennes- renceburg Roller Mills Company that icine." Jaxe Peck, will be at the service of the wheat growThe only paper in Madison county see. ers of Anderson. supports the Democratic nomiwhich nees, from President to Constable. Hooi's Pills cure nausea, sick headIf the hair is falling out, or turning ache, indigestion, biliousness. 25. It gray, requiring a stimulant with nourishIt Makes Good Your Losses. ing and coloring food. Hall's Vegetable Dramatic and Musical Recital. Tho new postal law making good all is just tho speNannie Heath and Mary Sicilian Hair Renewer letMisses losses of money sent in registered cific. It ters where the sum is $10 or less, is Pattie will, on Thursday, September now in effect. The law is a good one 1G, give a dramatic and musical reSome of the colored people of Paduch and enables people to send small sums cital at the Court House which will are engacing in arranging for the organto any part of the country, with tho prove a most enjoyable entertain- ization of "Sons of Veterans." Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are just what a hor3e needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They aro not food' but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in primo condition. Price 25 3enta per package. The miners at Central City refuse to join the strikers. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy always afiord3 prompt relief. Forsale by W. G. "White Richaug-l-l- m mond, Ky. If you want to be astonished call as we did on S. L. Midkiffaud examine his line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and road wagons and get his prices for same. The iooiest can afford to ride in a vehicle tf at his prices. The Pair of Shoes found, and in last weeks Climax, belonged to Mr. Arch Doty. We leave the question, as to whether or not the Climax is a good advertising medium, for you to decide. S. adver-tise- d assurance that they will not suffer ment, for aside from the popularity why $10 should be the of these young ladies they are our loss. most gifted local artists. Miss Pat-tie'- s limit is not readily understood. vocal accomplishments are too City Officer's Salaries Reduced. well known to need comment SufProbably patterning after the late fice to say she studies constantly action of tho Richmond City Council, and continues to grow better and betthe council of Ilarrodsburg reduced ter. Miss Heath was lately graduachief ted from tho New England Conservathe pay of the mayor of police, 20 per cent; city judjje and tory of Oratory and eclipsed all attorney, over 100 per cent; city records there for ten years, which is city clerk, from $175 to $100 per year; a remarkable attainment and one pay of councilinen, from $72 per an- that will command for her instant num to $48; night police, from $180 to recognition among tho foremost $400. teachers of elocution. It will be a pleasure to her many friends to attend To The People. I am a candidate for the office of this recital and they are assured in In County Attorney of Madison. If elect- advance a rare dramatic feast ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall order to defray expenses an admisbe, "equal and exact justice to all peo- sion fee of 25 cents will bo charged. ple; to the rich and poor alike." It6hall There's no question obout it Hood's be my constant endeavor to secure a pru Sarsaparilla is the best blood purifier. dent and economical administration of This is proven by its wonderful enres of the fiscal affairs of the county, blood diseases. It reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I THE FAMOUS GRACIE THOMAS. solicit your aid. GbantE. LllLY. Joe Jenkins, alleued murderer of Will Raukins, was held without bond at Versailles. Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Select Primary School at.her home on Seventh st the first Monday in September. Your patronage is Bolicted. juno 30-t- f I White &.. H M I m QTBEMVQ GREAT 5p& MUMMER - Gibson sale $y Is now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approv- Jnt one-hal- f; that F0H SALE. feiiuc from any kidney trouble that a fafe, sure remedy is Foley's Two thoroughbred stallions. Elk wood Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or money (Suburban winner V'Dunboy no," both augl 4w refunded. winners. For particu'ars write to PETER POSTELL, The Russell ville public school. Disaugll-2Hopkinsville, Ky. trict No. 63, will open Monday, August 30. SAY FOP. SALIL A EoniTiia'bla Cnro of Onronic Have 25 or more tons of nice timothy Diarrhoea. hay for s.tle. Free of w eetls, cut right, In 1862, when I sered my country as cured right and bright. Sell foi cash a private in Company A. 167th Pennsylonly. HUGH MILLER, vania Volunteers, 1 contracted chronic Pond Church, diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal augll-3Barnes' Mill Pike. 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, Vnil U 0UK"t to know al of a generous public. Same price to every one and CASH in every instance. EADERS NOTICE tho rare bargains we are ollering for -- m m PS w PUBLIC SALE! J., R. In Ladles m Fine Goods, n if tit Men & A sutt that suits is worth having. There's so much instrinsic worth of ready-mad- e clothing that one is indeed fortunate to light on a genuine bargain. Appearances arc deceptive, but there's nothing false in our suit8. The sale on now is to decrease stock and thoy must go. Iso reserve. Genuine Bargains Suits at $3.50, $J.0O, $5.00, SG oys. 00, S7 50. aud-th- us Is Mr. Crutcher to Have a Walkover? One ol the Many Features F. Lucas, oi Berea, informs us that a negro while shouting one night last wek at a biz meeting that is going on at Bobtown, through religion excitement threw her baby up into the air killed it instantly. Mr. David Chenanlt and Mr. J. W. Elmore bought last week in Woodhead of high ford county twenty-tw- o grade Herford and Durham heifers which they expect to keep for breed ing purposes. The third declamatory contest between College Hill and Kingston is to be held at College Hill, Saturday evening, August 23th, at 8 p. m. Mr. F.T. Kelley who won In the last is to act as chairman. The Crab Orchard Springs Company will spend ?7,000 in general improvements at the springs next season. This year's business has been most gratifying and a general revival is expected for this old resort next summer. - tVednesday night eloen raiders tore down two toll gates on the Cynthiana & leesburg pike They aiao tore down a gate on the Cynthiana, Connersville and Srott county pike. The county of Harrison is now paying $50 a night for guards for the gates. Grown np men and 'big" hoys have a great advantage over the little fellows. "When they want a suit of clothes they come and select it, but the littlo fellows depend on others and have to take what they can get But Avitli our assortment an extremely low prices j'ou cannot select anything hut what the "little one" will be pleased with. Mothers, don't fail to see the line. If you do yon will trouble be bound to regret it. to show and we "will let the;Oodsand prices speak for thesilv68.1 Covington J It-kn- In conversation with the editor of the Nicholasville Democrat, Charlie One of the disWelch, who was in Louisville the tinguished features other day at the Republican Convenwith the grandest tion said: "I think I fixed this Juand beit shows, dicial District for Ben Crutchor. I which will be seen met with the chairman of Madison, in all their Clark and Powoll and we agreed to nominate John Bennott, of Richpielenrss at Richmond, for Circuit Judge. I told mond Friday Aug. them that Bon was mighty popular 27, i3 the notable with tho young men and it would be equestrian act w ise to give him no opposition. They by the agreed with me." world's most famous Mis3 Grade ThomRecovering From a Dangerous Operation. as, the most petite and handsome young horsewoman, whose surprising accomElla Broaddus, colored, underwent a havo made her the idol of surgical operation on Friday which prob- plishments every country. No other lady rider has ably saved her life. She was a sufferer ever achieved that high grade of excelfrom tubular and ovarian disease, and on lence accomplished by this gifted young account of her poverty and the extreme Even her professional rivals acdelicacy of the treatment needed, was artist cord her the palm of superiority, and given up to die. Several persons bepoint with pride to her as their leader. came interested and sribscribed to a No. prettier picture can be conceived than fund to pay for an operation upon the this young girl, endowed by nature with unfortunate woman. Dr. H. R. Gibson rare beauty of form and face, dancing was called in and w ith the assistance of and pironetting upon the back of aswilt-l- y Drs. M. C. neath and W. M. Gibson, running horse, with the eame ease, performed that most dapgerous of abgrace and abandon as a premier beliind The dominal operations, ovariotomy. the footlights of the mimic stage. Miss woman is fast recovering. Thomas is, however, only one of the Is Livingston. scores of exclusive features which aro A Bad PJaca to Slop Oyer Passengers who cliango cars at Liv- daily presented by this colossal tented suringston on tho night trains are com- exposition, which, as a whole, far passes any amusement enterprise the plaining of the disorderly conduct is the only which Is carried on there by drunken world has ever known. It 20""liojas in dozen placo in all America where men. Ono night last week a i hilarious individuals vhose brains one dea can be seen There are a great many of the unfortu were aflame with liquor, raised all mannqr of noise to the exceedingdis-comfltur- e nate ones in this world, jreater in num of the guests in the waiting ber than thbse who are blessed witbjgood room. One follow 6tood in the door digestion. To some people the. greatest l n f IUU71V1.... u .vand fired a pistol, whilst another .niowfi,na ia tint- . nlm.nblA in nat fvprvtlfem, for IBufferea went up to a lady and raising her hat tiling setbofpre w and Avervthi!2 1 ,!.-,-- ,. struck a match and held it in her face. ..unra j. ( .i:..,a1 ifli ,o il irsta itulnntul We feel sure the railroajl officials are artfalrs to try&ftriBMHW Liver RWnlatbraBiww .not aware of the nbkt? per-forme- d ol the Great John Robinson and Franklin Bros.' Combined Shows. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after that I bought and took a 50 cent bottle; and now I can say that I am entirely cured. I cannot be thankful enough to you for this great Remedy, and recommend it to all suffering veterans. If in doubt write me. Yonrs gratefully, Hex-b- y STEisuEKOEa,"Allentown, Pa. Sold by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. aug-4-l- m K m V plicated for twice tho money other places. ' Can't be du- As agent for T B. J. A. B. W alker, 1 will on L.,J. B. and A -- flawest of Straw Wi;, ':;rab $104r, IS, 1397,. on the premises, st the residence where D B. Walker now lives, one mile southwest of KirVs- ville, at 10 o'clock, a. m., sell to the highest and best bidder, tho D. B. Walker tract ot land, said to contain about Thieves entered the residence of Depot Ageut McDaniel at Hardin and secured $35. " When bilious or costive, eat a CaRcaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c may5 lyr . The Hart county Union Suuday-scho- ol convention will beheld at Horse Cave Sunday, August 22. This (arm has upon it a good brick and frame residence, with good barn and outbuildings, under good fence, with plenty of water, and in a high state of cultivation, In a good quiet neighborhood, close to good schools and churches, and in three miles of two depots. Any one wishing to look at said farm before day of sale, will call upon D B. Walker on the farm, or W. P. Prewitt. at KirksviUe. TEBMSOue-hal- f cash January 1, 189S, the balance in one, tno and three payments, with six per cent, interest until paid. KCRES. Is V.e H ............ mmfm ?? - ..:. a a The. East Is Our Market. JiNSaH 1.177 In a city is queer. But we're catting itijtfiHt, W. P. PREWITT, Agent. aug25-lw 'AAAAWAA B Men's Workin g Pants kCV TThon You Tako Your Vacation the most necessary article to have with you after your pocket book) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements I have for sale about 800 good stock ewes, of the bowels caused by a cbango of about 700 good stock wethers, also a number of good Southdowc bucks. Address water. G. E Black, You are likely to need it aug4-4augllS-lScd House, Ky, SHEEP FOR SALE! ' : GENT! ys4 CENTS, peo-Ur- j Yw-v- I sS There aro shoe stores which keep one or two of tho shoos we have, but there are none uww 7 ..I that keeps the variety in foot wear !!,a? which makes our establishment the and excellence ot quality ana mecca for all who are looking lor fit See our S1.25. $1.50. $U5 and $i Shoes 25 that other shoe stores asking 25 per cent, more inonoy are for. tl 4fjPP " rb.Mn SffiY'j Staw Hats and the harvest is hero a Harvest oi uargains in an sizes. shapes and descriptions of Hats. 7MWti TOK l 5, J Shoes In Every Style "tV. At one price to all alike. ris wort-mmifth- ln. What's Your Need ? A choice, w m A special advertising train for the Tennessee Contennial is distributing circulars in the Purchase. The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the pie of Madison county. a or nothing said the collar to the cuff. ' ' 'Well, I'll be close to hand," replied the cuff, and "I'll take the neck Public Renting! IVV1WJ Loolc saa. Ycu and Your Grandmother Are removed from each other by a span I will rent publicly to the highest bidder, on of many years. He travelled in a the premises, about JO o'clock, a m., on while you take tho 1'ghtning express or the electric car. 11. Sa.iurda.vWhen he was sick he was treated by old ! IttJKI BUI fashioned methods and given old fash ioned medicines, but you demand mod- The farm Vnown as the James Tribblo place, Jack's Creek, pike, IX miles ern tdeas in medicine as well as in every situated on the containing: from Richmond, thing else. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the' medicine of to day. It is prepared by modern methods and toJts preparation On which is one Tf Ice Dwelling House in good also are brought the skill and knowledge of repair, good stables and other comfortable tenement bouses. Fifty, or modem .science., Hood's Sarsaparilla two. acres to be put ia wheatand fifty to go in sixty act4 promptly upon the blood aud by corn, the remainder in grass. makiug pnre.ich blood it cures disease' ITISWELLATEtEDAND LOCATED. slow-going stage-coac- h HaIRl M. Men's Suits for 3.00 woith 9.00 T Dsd ' Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. fc Men's Shoes 80 cents. 513 Ladles' Shoes 80 cents. at these Prices:worth S3.00 Men's Suits for $2.50 h 1 jT.'.'VA'I p Ew$3W U II TV wSt&X SH urj--S- f v fft ,i fZWJAV A i"vf XIQUUUUU1 T.lTQ UI nollirtrtC VCtiiX - ViO XUHC ;CM I "DtkOn4"T-Pltl s&4r UoodL n:::j6oo acres,::::: s, '.t Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. v vwuiu vj ivn.J uuuvi & Brussel Carpets from 50 cents io $1 a yam. Rfcrciw "MVittino-crl. from 12i npfifs fr'2fl X .. """ sSE J.C" ... ... T. v-- l Jorown uotton 6 cents a yard. X ItAWl Q IAJ XJ J.X J viu sents. ' (SSiial If -- Mvuw V& yy.Jf oJ jf ffil UV i. ntW ,i ! ,,.., f svw nnil estalilfahp. ennd hnnlfh "' ancr4i4w. i Bargains NowV Bargains PorOyer! pil so the' were satisfied. That's the way with our customers,.-nmatter what their fancy may dictate! we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Neckwear and Shirts of every description, and at prices that can't be reached bv others. o KH4 "" " For fiootf Values at Low Prices! See , ...-.- - j,a Cant.. Jame&Wilson was elected T?o lice Ju3jj6,iuS Haweeviire'm Taco-o- f, '-JaoRTE'lJancan, res igned" . ex"-isth-ip there, and tk&hsjfllfcH adopt cVreiInowUylbir,--M:BKB!il- i NMtosa u,Jnefiry - At .the sameltime.and place, I 'will sell'7 mares, S yearling mules, one extra saddle colt, one milch cow, a, mowing m nhiae. a rake, harrow." waaon and iUtrianB-lag implement. Vox. further laforHMrtJojr apply to Jake 6.-- Whita, 'While BsU,,Ky., or ld ' . CMoareii.'r-tf-a J.fi.,TrHWe;BfcAHnd,Ky.. v s Off. Smwi Infer? towel MMMttfc AilitcheH. - -- S K- - nwttwttree to BttppfewBttmHiijwtea. myH W rci i TlJ t 1 rw i ," ."i ! "mrs" A-- --a The Richmond Climax. Xne YOUR WATCH rJ9&z. js&r-Kz- - iWAtW - vw. . n shapes the course of unborn genPkankfout, Ky., Aug. 21. The trial VERY QUIETLY of the indictments against Dr. Hunter, erations goes soundinir thrcurjh Wh Cney Hntllvfin liikrn From Jail at John II. Wilson, Hon. all coming ace3 and enters the WUllamtburg, lly.. anil I.ynoliMl. E. T. Franks, Noel Gaines und Thos. confines of Eternity. Wii.t.iAMBBUKO, Ky., Aujr. S3. SunTonner, for nllegcd conspiracy to bribe, With what care, therefore, day morning about o'clock a mob (it was Friday docketed by Judge Can trill should the Expectant Jlcther be - Jail nnd lolif Depu50 men went to tinfor the fourth day of the coming term guarded, and how great the efty .UJin llrurnmett that they bad of the Frauklin circuit court. to "ward off danger and prinontT to put In. When be opvmcil John II. Wilson ar- fort be the door Uicy niiido a rush for tin: rived Friday night, and it is learned make her life happy. nnd took tberefrom Cnnoy Sullithat he, Dr. Hunter nnd Franks arc 1 ccll-room KENTUCKY NEWS. latust It cvs From AH Hurt of Ciinmonvrrlth. Uie It Hunter, Franks uud Wllsou 1'reparlns a DefciiRo. WUl HUNTER'S TRIAL. IJo HeardJUrlylntheXcitTcrm Who Can Measure Tho irtil-uenc- DOUBLE TRAGEDY. cf the mother I It van, who was convicted Saturday of Surah fm his and to "ito youra In tho penitentiary. Sullivan pleaded with them to pnre his life, but thry Riiswereil lilm by throwing a noose oer liin lieud und pullinir It taut. They carried him to the county bridjpj which spnriK Uie Cumberland river mid Imtigvil lilm up 11)5 to onu of tho overhead lieiuns feet were about eight inches from the aa-Mi- n' n, sleiter-ln-la- w. I.aw-no- Uoor. Is a most delicate mechanism. It needs attention. It pays to liavo a good watch first of all. Then it payB to keen it in perfect order. A watch needs cleaning every six months "as much as does your face every day. Ite pores get clogged. "We are expert it i II II V"L repairers. A Fine Watch cost three times as much, twenty years ago, as it does now. Machinery has reduced the expense of making. We have boiuo very flno, solid gold watches, of the best makes, for low prices. Delighted to show them to you and to talk watch to you. I have a full stock of everything in tho jewelry line that we are offering you at big bargains. Wo are clearing out our ladles belts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. D. P. ARMER, Jo30-i-y The Main St. Jeweler. tart-Keepin- ldoe&te FOR A Business, PHONOGRAPHY, Tjpe-Wrlti- Situation. Teiegrapnj HTjfTV e li 1.4 Tor circular of LEXINGTON, KY., fair famous WILBUR R. SMITH, and responsible ijy OuPTWOMTta v COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Awarded JXcd&I at World's Exposition. Refers to tbonundg of praduatra Id poeitlnne Cost or Fall Hnslnrss Course, including Tuition, liooke and Board in family, about t"0 g, and Telegraphy , Specialties. Shorthand, aQETbe Kentackr Unirerfity Diploma, nnder real, awarded praduate. Literary Course free, if desired. now Graduates cccsBful. Titration. ?oorder to hart EnterUttrrt Track addrext only, is ut WILBUR R.SMITH. LEXINGTON.KY. augls-Gw vr THE "Busy k to-d- Mar! - Price, $5.00m IS THE WONDER OF TEE AGE been thoroughly tested hy THIS waaher has and Madison county famimany Richmond without a rival for elK lies, and stands dencj, simplicity, durability and cheapness Thousands of ladies in all parts of the country arc using this maschine, and declare it to be the them from Only washer that has relieved drudgery of wash day. "We will sell it with the pos:-tiv- e give satisfaction, or money will be refunded. guarantee that it will th-- " Every washer is warranted for five years, and if any part gives out within that time, e Will replace it free of charge. Richmond, Kt . July 5, 1897 I have purchashed a "Busy Bee" Wash-- r Langford. and my wife gave it from Mr. 6. P. a trial and is much pleaded It does the wo a perfectly and is not tiresome. REV. J W HILL. The above is one of mauy testimonials r ceived in this citj Among our references we refer to the proprietors of The Climax, w io have purchased washers and are well pleas i with them $5.00 Remember the Price is Oily, -- For further particulars call on or address B. P. LANGFORD, augll-3m Box 98, Richmond, Ky. R. N. I. & B. B. R. Time Table No. 29, Taking Effect Sunday, May 2, 1S9G. The mob guarded each end of the bridjjp for two bourn, refusing to allow nny one to approach it. At 7 o'clock Sunday moruinjc the coroner cut down tho body and held an Impiest, tliu verdict of the jury being that Sullivan came to bin death at the hands of persons unknown. The mob did It work so quietly that persons livlnfr next door to the jail knew nnthiug about It until tlmy arose Snnday monilng.l,rNot a shot wan llri-and no loud talking was Indulgod In. The crime for which Sullivan was bangcxi was ooiumitted about a month Sent to tho Penitentiary for Twcnty-On- o ago. It bernrrvd In this (Whitley) Yrar- for Killing a l'oiconiiker. county. In addition to lueiaultlng j Witxi vmshuro, Ky., Aug. SI. In tho bin Sarah Itwson. Sulcircuit court here Friday afternoon livan beat her on the head ami James Reedy was sentenced to 21 yeara bod j' so 6ovcroly that her life in the penitentiary for killing Walter lClias l.aw.sou. Bird. About a month ago Bird's brother was despaired of. father of the Injured girl, testllied In Luther and James Heedy went to the trial aud said that It hod been church, Luther accompany a young agreed that Sullivan Hhonld plead lady. At ohuroh Reedy sat immediately guilty and get 20 years In the putillrn-tlar- behind tho young lady and kicked her. The vnnlict wa.s handed In Sat- After services Luther Bird met Reedy urday nbout noon, and It eiealed no and began quarreling. Walter attemptgenrrally lx- - ed to make peace, when Reedy shot him little irurprlso, an It lleved thai Sullivan won Id Rrt the penwithout warning, killing him in' alty of tho law Scath stantly. There was a largt rrii"l In tnwn Cnttk: Kan Oivr n Cllir. iMierally Sunday, aud when it Fhaxkpoht, Ky.. Aug. 21. A drovo known that Sullivan Intel received an of cattle, the property of Chnrles ;s Julian, a imprisonnient seiiUauee inutt-ri- n farmer of this oould lie heiril on the htreutcoin rs county, stampeded while being driven and In the luitelK. The eounty olliei to the train, along the river near however, hud no Ideu that thin dlwuiu Is.vil'b Hollow. The cattle ran up But-- t tetit wimld uiaiiifiit itwlf In a mob. iner'b hill, and eight heavy steers, Couuty Judirn IUiwivikI Circuit ludgu t ghing from 1,.M)0 to 1,800 pounds Clark, tut well oh Coiiiiiiou wealth n At- each, fell over the cliff. Five of tlieui torney Rnintoy, felt Unit afttT Uie first were killed. Indignation was over the people would i Au Alleged Counterfeiter. lie willing to allow the law to take it.i Ivy., Aug. SI. Constable course nnd would otfer no violence ti Gose arrested Wyatt Cooper in Carter was for tlii" reason that county Thursday nnd lodged him in Sullivan. no gunril was placed alxiut the jail. jail lure Friday morning. When capJames lieody, who got Ml years for kill- tured the officer found three pockets ing Walter Ilird, escaped notice.though full of counterfeit coins. Country mer-- 1 clow to Sullivan. chants in the back part of the county The jx'ople of Whitley eounty are have received a great many of them greatly excited over these two crimes, lately, and it is supposed Cooper is tho coming os they did on the lieels of !u man who has lecn making them. killing ut (irbiii of .lohu Oorlcy. the Monument to MUa Collins. drummer, b Dan Curry. ' LnxixiTox, Ky., Aug. 21. The May Monduy ami Cnrry'h trial is set for Saturday night's lynching ha-- s thrown L Collins Monument fund has in it conhtcrnutinu Into the ranks of the de- now S355.50, a sum almost sufficient to contemui.uk- to irect the handsome monument fense Livery attempt v. ill plated to the memory of the late Miss u put the case on" ami get Cmry was May L. Collins, of Midway, bail. There was a gnat ileal of excite- sulTocited in Boston, where who was she Sunday, and, sli.iniil ileoly ment here in the interest of free thought, In. taken out ami lynched iimla night j ne monument will be erected in tho there would lie hut little surmise. Lexington cemetery. JAMES TRAVIS ' Mnety Cent at DunilIo. Danviixk, Ky., Aug. 31. Danvillo by runner KrKni. ?( or Btiot nnd Killed buyers were offering 90 cents a bushel TAWrciieeJiiirs. ICv. LawKKXCKnintn. Ivy . Aug. 2. -- .lumes for wheat Friday, for the first time in Travis, a union soldier, djied altoul r(l. seven or eight years at this season, but was shot and killed tMiml.iy ly Itnek- - l there were few, if any, purchases made d of the at that price. About ne.r McKee, ono of the weal thy f.irmei Boyle crop is still in the hands of tho Indicted liy the April grand jury as e nrred producer and is held at SI, with the raider. The killing ol confident expectation of the cereal goat MeKce's Imitw, Mivem! miles town Travifc In niil ti have um le ing that higlu They Want Trotectlon. the Mi'Ker place In rrnew a ijtinrrel ul , Aug. 21. FnAXKFonr, lat tvek lie w mim.il. nnd MeKen. I Judge W illiams Ky., been appliedCounty to for has wearing a pistol, lent n ImlleLtlirotigll protection by a minister and others his brain. a holiness or sanc- Travis figured prominently in Uie i ' who are eonducti: mous trial of Huwnnl for the murder ol tificntion meeting ont in the Flat creek The petitioners say Morgan in thin contitx in 1MU, lietiig neighborhood. ciic-i- l that unknown regulators have threatarreU-- an an ueeiHiiplieci, lint punlHbineiit. Ilnnnnl is hum eii1ng n ened to breuk np the meeting. life senteiieo. McKoo's trial mi a uhurge niopo In a nujjjjy. of tollgate milling will tnku plum: till: Daxvim-e- , Ky., Aug. 21. Will week. son of County Clerk Poteet, of Mercer county, and Miss Bird HansAttempt to AMS&fitfliiute t f )ctr. An aanu-plford, daughter of Smith Hansford, a CoSSTAWCK. Ky., Aug. 2.1 fired two Hhots nt Dr it I) Hender- leading citizen of Ilarrodsburg, drove son out! night recently, uhile lie and to Danville In a buggy at 11 o'eloek Lis little dimghter wire ruling along Thursday night, and were married. Oiib of the bullet tho roud near hor A 6oninanibullnta Jump. struck tho tiru of th buggy wliuil. uud Caruoi.lton, Ky., Aug. 21. tlie other grncd thu little girl n nnu W. W. Whitehead lumped from l)r Henderson was recently indicted a third-btorwindow at his home by the grand Jury for practicing law Thursday night while asleep. Result, lie a broken arm and dangerous internal and medicine without llcmiir claim to know the nnine of ln wimld-- injuries. iiisussiiiH. and will prosecute thimi CatUlor Watson Found Dead In lied. d I I preparing a defense which will prove a bombshell to Gaines and Tanner, upon whose testimony they were inJQlays dicted. Some hiirhly sensational testi mony iins been discovered, and tho at- torne'fs for Hunter and the others say the the result will be that some of thoso who arc pushing the cases against them .Headache, will be exposed and later may.be proseCramps cuted. and nauThe absence of Tanner is causing sea, some comment, though his friends say so prehe is in Hopkins county and will surepares the ly return for trial. The following ti is made witnesses have been summoned for tho system that commonwealth: Senator Clark, of easy and the time of recoirery Jackson county; Mrs. J. 11. Lewis, Mrs. shortencd many say "stronger Noel Gaines, Gen. Dan li. Collier, of before confinement." Frankfort; J. W. Allison, of Covington, after than safety to life of both It insures Louisville, and Grahain Vrceland, of The defendants will have subpamas mother and child. All isrho have used "Kottoefs FrleniJ" say they Issued for Gov. Bradley, Blackburn, Senator Wm. GoebeL, zrill never be without it again. Phil Thompson and oth- Ho other remedy robs confineers of prominence. ment cf its pain. JAMES REEOY 'Mother's Friend" ISSilSk CSHJ-BIrt- re-lier- es and between Jim Watts, colored, und Prof. C. Frew for the welterweight champbroke up ionship of Kentucky ultno-iround the the mountain tragedy, which was enacted in a riot. After fight first stopped at Chad's Gap, near Pincvillc, Monday policethere was the muchwj.tle grounds slugging. The too morning. James Felts, Caleb Hatfield that to Watts, alnnd Joe Mnllard, all young men of the refreo gave tlw deel.sion the had lcst of it. neighborhood, camped in Chad's though Krew plainly lie controlled, und The crowd could not playGap Sunday night. They drinking would have mobbed tho ref rce bad ho night, ed curds all heavily. Before morning Hatfield not managed to get away. and Mallard had won all of Felts' TtecUlon AiWerac to Ifotitrr. money. They then proposed that the LouinViLLK, Ivy"., Aug. 17. A special card game break np and that a drink to the Post from Georgetown, Ky., be taken before continuing across the says: The Hunter bribery cuacs were mountains. Thoy drank, but Mallurd brought lieforo Judge Cuntril nnd dethrew the contents of the jug in Felts' cided adversely to Hunter Monday. face and told him to leave them. The In other words, the demurrer of tho j latter then drew his pistol and opened Hunter side was overruled by Judge fire, killing both Mnllard and Hatfield. Oautril, which forces the cat.es to triul. The latter is related to the notorious The demurrer was argued by the de"Cup' Hatfield. fendants themsnlvcs, and the commonwealth's attorney appeared for the Dr. Wyllo Takes CharRO, Lexinoton, Ky., Aug. 18. Dr. Wyllo state. After tho arguments the judge the new superintendent of the Eastern decided as Indicated above. took charge Kentucky Lunatic Dm. Scott and Ilhorcr'n Kuecrnor. Tuesday, and everything at this faFrankfort, Ky., Aug. 17. The anmous old institution is now moving ticipated appointments of Dr. I!. M. along smoothly. Dr. Scott, Gov. BradWiley, gold democrat, of Hnrrodsburg, who was removed and Dr. John Long, republican, of ley's brother-in-laas superintendent, left with his family Louisville, for superintendent and first for Somerset, his old home In an in- physician respectively ut the terview Dr. Wylie said: "No person a.syluin, were unuounced ut the will be discharged by reason of being executlvu office Monday. They Miccccd on either sido of the unfortunate Drs. Scott and Rliorer. removed, and trouble that existed prior to my coining w 111 take charge at once. hero." Jarocs Flits ItJlU Two.JiQn In tho Mountain Near PlnevMo, Ky. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 18. A special to the Times from Pincvillc, Ky., says: News bus reached "here of a double Louisvij.lr, Ky Aug. 17. Tho fight at the Avenue theater Mraday night J. t Almost a Hint. 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HaytiClnMiU ludge wife ut his country homo, three miles Itreathitt holds that Clerk Oiulield east of town, at 7 o'clock Friday mornbad lieen wroiigfntl) rumurnl. It if ing. Dollar Wheat at Lancaster. nuppohod tli at a in.ijoritv if ihceoiu Laxcasteb, Ky., Aug. 21. Eight uiihalonrrn who upheld Happy aud turned mil Can field will apH:i1 from hundred bushels of wheat were sold in this city Friday at SI per bushel, tho Judge Itreiithltt's deelHlou highest price in four years. FnAKKOiiT, Ky., Ainr SX. from WanltMi Happy. A Udo-gra- Fkaxkfokt, Ky., Aug. 21. IL n. ( Irvine 85 1 05 west Irvine Panola BOCfD. No. 2 j ifo. 4 No. 8 No. 1 Ex Sun Ex San Ex San Ex San A. M. P. H. 1 30 1 55 2 00 2 11 2 17 2 35 4 00 4 15 4 40 5 30 P. X. A. 8 40 4 2S 4 40 6 10 5 15 M llrassQ-l- d Mo)erley Union Richmond. Million Valler View Nicholasville 1 605 540 Venailles 9 20 6 31 6 58 7 65 5 6 5 6 8 i Oi Si Br 41 3". I' El r H P. M. pTm. A. M All trains connect with Louisville Sonthe u trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. tral if to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher W. IL ADAMS, Superintendent. A. M." Her W.twixl FkIaL YagC8 Advanced. MoitFiiiCAn. Ky., Aug. St. PrrTBBUltGH, Pa Aug. 21. Notices TruiulK), the wom.in shot In the shoot-Ui- g affray iKitwcti" llai l.in Sexton nnd were posted at the National tube works, Uoliert t'uniinlugu. '( Menifee count V. McKeesport, Pa., Friday, announcing at Salt l.lek jtunUy. ilied .Sniul.ty an advance of ten per cent, in tho wages of all employes in the tube (Ntinuilng In ntlll lirr. Sertoli N tho niintaiin and has nol works proper. The advance go-d- into card effect on August 30. It is practically a lun ciight yet. restoration of the reduction made last IUnk CMhlor Hurt. March. Ky.. Aug. 21 W MlUDLESiioiauiou. Tho Qerlacho Antarctic lCxpedltlun. Kinnaird, cashier of the Muiinfac J Bkusskls, Aug. 21. Dr. Coolc, an fell fiom a window in Uie t u rein' b.uik. a, necond htorv of the MiditlcslMiioiigh American, will join the steamer carrying hotel. His left leg "as broken at expedition, at the Gerlache Antarctic Montevideo. It is exankle tnd liolli arum h.idly frac--Bel-gici- th tured. CoL The Lebanon Cycle h The Lkxinoton, neral of Otd. John 0. Hodges took A sew blacksmith's anvil has a viso place Siere Mnlurdaj aftcrnnoii at i attachment on a standard, with a proo'clock at the Second rresbyterJan jecting upright piece to fit in a hole on liiuich. one end of the anvil so it can be removed when not in use. fu- ndc" VimrraL Ky.. Aug. 21 pected that the Bjlgicia will arrive at Graham's land early in December. Sho Is provisioned for two years. Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. ft l?rieo, 875.00. 1- -4 f 5 Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. Manufactured by KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. g 4. & -- as xtd? .....HE PATS THE FREIGHT. ...TOUIFAT FOR THE... DRINKS., 10.8 SECNHIIEEr. In all the wide gfySTV "Vl8j range of human llodge Critically 111. iS? sorrow thtre is no Lexington, Ky., Aug. 10. CoL John jr yfejfcj raore pitiful trag- - 0. Hodges, JSKSh senator, who has L. ( I cd? than that of been ill for months, was believed to be dying at 10 Wednesday night Doctors mother at childbirth. It cuts off have given up hopes and say he is not a life juft at the likely to live till morning. Col. Hodges moment when it has achieved its has been widely known as an educator grandest duty and and editor. Ho founded and conducted at the very outset the Lexington Observer for many years. of its greatest hap Lottie Prall Dead. piness. It leaves Lexington, Ky.T Aug. ID. Airs. C. J. a helpless, motherless babe to the care of strangers who have no blood interest in its Hurst, this county, has lost by death welfare. Kind as a Sister of Charity or a her 'famous old Jbrood marc, Lottie nuihe may be, they cannot replace the lov- Prall, by Mambrino Patchen, dam Puss ing ministrations of a mother. This ever Lady recurring tragedy could be avoided if wo- Prall, the dam ofthree-year-o- Stout. The latto beat men would but learn the vital importance of ter w as the first caring for the health and vigor of the deli- 2:30. and Robert Bonner paid Dr. Herr cate organs that bear the burdens of matern510,000 for her. Lottie was the ity. The woman who neglects weakness and dam of many good ones. lrall disease of these organs Is unfitted for motherhood and it only holds out to her the cerAt Lincoln's lilrtliplace. tainty of agonizing pain and possible death. Hodoenvilix, Ky., Aug. 10. The A sure, sfe, and speedy cure for all weakness and disease of the organs distinctly state reunion of the G. A. R. will be feminine is found in Dr. Pierce's Favorite held at this place September 12 and 13. Prescription. It prepares for motherhood The G. A. R. post at this place is makby making these organs strong, healthy and ing extensive preparations to give the elastic. If taken during the psriod preced- old soldiers a royal reception. This ing motherhood it banlsheii the usual discomforts. It insures a henlthy baby and (Larue) county being the birthplace of makes its advent eany, almost painless. It Lincoln, it is thought will make the atprovides ample nourishment tor the new- tendance nnusuall- - larc. comer, and shortens the mother's period of Illness and debility. It is the best of all Blind TiKer" atCliurdi Moetlnjr. known medicines for women and overoa,oco Aug. 19. Win. j! Frankfout, have said so over their signatures. Cranmcr, said to lie from Anderson of them vou waut to know more of it write to its If discoverer. Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consult- county, was arrested by Sheriff Ann-stron- g Wednesday at the Franklin ing physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. County Baptist association meeting, A good, practical home medical work is the which is being held at Evergreen. best friend and adviser a young wife can Cranmer set up a "blind tsger"' and have. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical was doing a thriving business'. Adviser is such a book. It contains ico3 Eight Candidates Sclatod. pages and y Illustrations. Several chapters are unvoted to the reproductive phys-iolcg-y Camiton, Ky., Ang. 10. evry wife democratic nominee for A. F. Byrd, of women aad facts that commonwealth and mother saosMiaww. .Over a mllljon women possess cefKaa f it, A new edition attorney of this district, Is related to is ready and witt be even away absolutely the democratic candidates lor county If yoa free. oae-e- wantTa to cover the-co- copy judge, couutynttorneyjjeounty clerk atMpa, send 9 Wpublicaa candidates for to f tasHing only, to fe Warid'a Dfepawary and the Kdiriibio&ttMfclrthk, N. yTT&cwI jiofmtjr jude, circuit' derk,.slieri2 ex-staSr-S- - ft ld K, paper-covere- d ei st ' it ' . kj y y its tifllrliw toy, 't ,- - y 3eBoov:pp4rafca0at... Alv " ;! $v. , . ;--- $..- 4kr-,ssz jF ga J u?? ,, 5 of reports made to the controller of tho currency, showing the condition of tho Hit ft national banks in Kentucky, exolusivo jiear Normaudy while "sulking in his si k. He was 77 years of age, and of Louisville, at tho closo of business ganlen. TO feXTJ.CTANT MOTKERs" atil.d he cocUlnUc lion ftadvvlaatasytMUman tils. July 28, was Issued Tuesday morning, leaves a wife and eight children. He TKC UfUk OHELD RCGUUATR CO., Atlahta. OA. and shows a healthj' undertone. Loans was a brother of Dr. J. I). Beard, of and discounts amount to 817,015,700.00; this city. The funeral will take place COU3 Br ALL OnikMICTS. total lawful money reserve In banks, from the family residence Tuesday 44 morning at 10 o'eloek: E1,S30,370.03; individual deposits, TEN DEFENDANTS. Avcrago reserve held, 32.51 Admnced to S3 Cent". "".raji'l", three gnidoR. Wc ran per cent. Total resourcos and liabilThe Now Slob Law of Kentucky Mm D Louisville, Ky., Aug. 17. Local umpv. Send lUi' tiiHl nn'er, saeou ou will ities. C23.970.253.74. Tcstud at Ilovllnjc Or ecu. on wheat to dealers advanced the bid glad Willi Impeur products. Bowling Giieen, Ky., Aug. 19. Job. InThis rially pii'iH'd to hear from rutiutry morConfession That Mny Clear a Life Convict. 65 cents Monday afternoon. Vanineter, David Hogan, George MarFRANKroRT, Ky., Aug. 20. Henry crease is 3 cents above the morning's el units. tin, George Wand, Norman Clinton and. quotation, and h the result o the senSmith, a Negro convict, has made a White Ross. Porter Smithers have been arrested oil Morgan sational advance at Chlgo-in which ho exonerates the charge of violating the most im4! 1"k'hmom, Ky. lie IJld toWeith. portant feature of the new mob faw Johnson, another convict, who is Papuoah. Ky., Aug. 17. Tom Reed, l '.--. nerving a life sentence for tho whichwas enacted by the last legisrr Frs'3 rn? B ff alleged murder of Guard Pomp a passenger from Mayfield to Uoston, FLWDt'f-lature. Warrants have also been isMonSmith says the fell off an Illinois Central train sued for four more men on the same Bull in lbSl. murder was committed by himself and day near the city and was ki.led. both r.i iiu.rkT, "NrT'rrAii charge. zvraj bvicliu The men arrested claim Oiat they hod. three other convicts, named Pat- legs being ninputatctl. He bled to dcutb vmt'Y r zvfiifuterson, Griggs and Hay. Ball was in in a few minutoa. promised jobb by the road superbeen Nanc WHalo-- . un or charge of a gang of convicts who were visor, und that wlicn the work was belloe Cholera Savage. wr m)i. nsiier. f Ji.x'"- viu&ll Lax l. 5.n Bowijno Giikbx, Ky., Aug. 17. Chogun in the Hodlcy vicinity they were being worked on a railroad in the eastv left without wor!. These men then ern part of the state, and the murder lera is playing havoc with hogs in tho went in a body to the regular road was committed on a train. Smith has bouthern part of the state, and they arc . . i fc'old b Iti Iiu.ond Druu Co. and V i u. crew and attempted to prevent them. J made a statement to Gov. Bradley ask- dying .oy ; score. jh. wie ing that Johnson be pardoned. from continuing their work and threatWullaco lost 1!14 flno hogs within four ll. Y. tile. ened them with violence if they days. Hoy Killed Through Carclesnen. OCJ jVVflt Jt fr Under the new mob law this Itohbed. TlCKCt Lkmngton, Ky., Aug. 20. Grandison crime is a felony and a penitentiary ofSiiEi.nivn.ij-- , Ky., Aug. 17. Tho v son of a Smith, jr., the SOMETHING fense. prominent Fayette eounty farmer, was residence of W. II. Johnson, ticket The trial is set for next Satnnlav. . . accidentally ohot and killed at his clerk, of the L. A N. nnd C A O. ruil-- u and as it w ill be the first case of its. father'b homo, on the Ilarrodsburg nys. woa entered and robbed of 123 kind bince the enactment of the new road, four miles from Lexington, at 2 In cash. law, it will be watched with interest o'eloek Thursday afternoon, by his BO Years. Death ut the by people all over the state. The men cousin, Roger Ferguson, aged 9, of 48 I'Anis, Ky.. Aug. 17. James McClln- arrested have all given bond. Band avenue, this city. The boys hnd tock, aged 6(1, died Monday afternoon. with a Flobert rifle. He was 40 years an Odd Fellow and had been plaj-inProposition to Arm Women. Lexington, Aug. 19. For several Roger carelessly tossed the gun on the been a leading grocer In Paris porch. The hammer struck, the gun years the venerable H. II. Gratz, editor Child I atally Oois-d- . exploded, the ball entering Smith's Vanckrurg, Ky., Aug. 17. The of tho Gazette of this city, has advoson of David Scott was cated teaching w omen the use of guns, mouth, penetrating his brain and comand pistols and arming them w ith the ing out at the back of his head. He fatally gored by a cow Monday mora- Ing. latter weapon as a protection. The died instantly. daughter of a late prominent turfman 13 nk Iroperty Sold. School Teacher Murdered. ia as proficient in Uie use of a pistol as Flkjjinosburo Ky., Aug. 20. Tho asGalveston, Tex., Aug. 17. Mrb. the average cowboy. She kills rabbits, signees of the Exchange bank ThursKate Gallagher, for 13 years a school reand squirrels with her day sold all the real estate of the insti- teacher In this city, who lived with her "HAMILTON" volver, and is not afraid to go over the tution located in thib county. Tho son Virgil at Thirteenth and K streets, farm by herself at any time of the day amount realized was 821,000, which will was found Monday with her throat cut $ AUTOGRAPHIC or night. enable the assignees to make another from eor to ear and the body charred TLo XTaacliUe Tax. dividend of five per cent. The family beyond recognition. After killing her ll.p.it-ovi-- r accounts. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 19. The state residence, one of the finest in the coun- the murderer set fire to tho bed. No PBEVKNT inlatakcs ot all kinds. & valuation, now in session, adboard of ty, had only two contending bidders arrests yet though the police have a sus- tA ACCUKATEI.Y record cash ile, h mit that they will carry out their inDr. II. C. Kehoe and Mrs. Rolla K. pect under surveillance, MAKthrc0b.U..toa.wr,tlne. tentions to assess a franchise tax Hart the latter securing the property A Ferry hteatuer Ca pulzo. against all corporations organized in for 80,035. 1. Fcltman, of Cincinnati, Berlin, Aug. 17. A dispatch from tins state whether owning property or bought the farm on which he held a operating here or not. This catches mortgage for the full amount. Dresden announces that a ferry steamer, plying between the old and new the Southern Paciilc Railway Co. for Tiad Ice Caunen Typhoid. towns, was capsized by the wash of a this and five baak years, and means LEXiroTON, Ky., Aug. 20. There Is a large steamer, and over 50 persons that the board will demand of it scare at water. Seven 8100 of yearly on were hii cents valued up ineverymillions. a typhoid fever asylum. the Eastern Ken- peoplethrown intoto the missing, and it Seven cases, all tucky Insane be franchise are known the among employes, have developed in the Is feared the loss of life will turn out Starved IHrosclf to Deuth. past two days. Dr. Prather, tho sec- to be heavy. MinDLEsnoito, Ky., Aug. 19. Lcim ond assistant physician, Miss Enloe, "l?SSjEir"fc- Callinsworth, of Clairborne counsy, Geo. Hull and David Lee were taken to Mairi Tenn., died Wednesday morning from. St. Joseph's hospital. Superintendent niucimannnnnn::uiuuuiiui.iiaiu!iii inanninnn fast. Sho had "Wiley says that bad ice has caused the the effects of a (Opposite Glymlon ) starved herself to death. She quarrel- epidemic, and he believes that few " Country Produce Bought and ed with her husband. They separated other cases, If any, will result. The 1 and she vowed that she would fast unIce used was that taken from a pond on Sold. Highet Ca.sh Mnrket Efforts ot the farm last winter. til he returned to her. I'rice Paid friends and relatives to force her to cat Ctiurch Centennial Celebration. were of no avail. OwENSiiono, Ky., Aug. 20. At $&8&4L, CO YEAR3 Lcled on Penitentiary Ontpnt. Muhlenburg county, Thursday, EXPERIENCE. FRANicroRT, Ky., Aug. 10. Lytic Buchanan, assignee of the Louisville wa celebrated the one hundredth anChair Co., filed an attachment suit niversary of the existence of the Ham:!e Creek Baptist church. Some 8.000 peo-jlWednesday against A. D. Martin, conwere gathered to participate In the tractor for the penitentiary chair factory, and asks a levy on the output of celebration. The church was organof ised August it3 PWJCrtfc5A that institution. Several small judg- 14 members. 10, 1TV7, and consisted old TRADE MARKS Several weeks ago iSfe&'SrSEs ments have recently been awarded Tecords were found describing the bap'iryTagainst Martin. COPYRIGHTS &e. tistry, and after much digging and Anyone sendlns a pictcli and description may Tyjiliold Fever In the Ajylam. quickly ascertain, free, nhcther an invention Is was located and unearthed. probaoly patentable. Communications strictly Lexington, Ky., Aug. 19. Dr. Porter limiting it confidential. Oldest acencv forsecurinicpi.tcntA In America. a&MnKton office. Monro Crixto, Jr., XCon. We have a Prather, second assistant physician at Patents taken through Munn A Co. recclra Aa the enables theaf Lawresceuuro, Ky.. Aug. 20. J. T. tho Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum, special notloo in tho mariner to avoid sunken rocks and nnd two attendants arc suffering from Crenshaw's Monte Cristo, jr., tho shoals so Dr. Bell's SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, wards off the serious unbeaten saddler that has pulled attacks of typhoid fever. Dr. Wylie, beautifully Illustrated, largest drcnlatlon of of a cough neglected. It a year; nnr pctentlno Journal, weekly, terms the new superintendent, will make a down blue ties nt the St. Louis state stops the cough and cures the cutuc. StXOstx months, bpedinnn Ouplcs and careful examination of the sanitary iair and won tho award at the World's "I was seriously affected ltb a cough for BuOK o scut free. Addrccs 2S years. Paid hundreds of dollars to condition of the institution. Nearly tfair, got first money here Thursday in MUNN & CO., and for medicine, bat everything I ed nntll I tried Dr. Bell's 1,000 people arc inmates of the institutho big $100 ring at the fair, having 13 361 Uroadvmj, New York. This wonderful rcmly tared my Ilf j," opponents. Gay Bros.' narbcrson and tion. J. B. KOSEL, OraoUbarr, 111. Jollar "Wheat. Cupid got Becond and third money, reFrankfort, Ky., Aug. 10. A Union spectively. Attendance Thursday was county wheat dealer Tuesday closed a the largest in 33 years. Pine-Tar-Ho- ne deal in wheat, selling 20,009 bushels at 3Iax Wiley Dead. 81. The wheat is to be delivered at Ky., Aug. 20. Max Louisville, the purchaser's option any time bey Is a guaranteed cure lor rHr "Wiloy, who was shot Wednesday all throat, luni and cbiet tween now and February 1. This is Joseph Knoewenberger, a United troubles. Including asthnta. highest engagement price yet paid 'States gauger, died a few minutes past the oroncnuis. La uripi, whoonlne ooueU. ctoud. in this state. All 4n;iil-12 o'clock Thursday morning. KnoeW,! battel or eot afiQ rtctpt ! frle bj of Twins In Flvo Years. Third Pair wenberger will probably be TV. E. K. MfculMiS Vanceburo, Ky., Aug. 10. Mrs. John for murder. Wiley made no statei4WC, Mwk, If. 'aramaj")leldlta Colo, the wife of a prosperous farmer ftMWUMWMXWUI ment. A STRAIGHT DE510CSATIC living in Kinney this county, gave Complaints la Order. 26 NEWSPAPER. birth to twin boys Tuesday, making-threFrankfort, Ky., Aug. 20. The state pairs of twins in five years. AU "board of assessment is Thursday mailFREE: '20.00 IN COLD, are healthy children. ing notices to all railroads showing Dlcycle.aold Watch, Diamond For the Free Coinage of Silver. King, or a Scholarship is For the Chicago Platform. of their corEllis Penrot, an insane man.itp-pcare- d the proposed valuations roads will bo Draughon's Practical Buiiinesr College, NashviUe, Tcniu,ot For the Democratic Nominees. at the house of Forest Cox, Dub- porate franchises. The Texarbana, Tex., or a ichol- on complaint any time within SO lin, with a shotgun and drove the fass-il- y beard arshlp ia most any other reputable business col- For the Interest of the Masses. away. Charles Henby's eye was days. lege or literary school in the U. S. can be seoired py doing a little work at home for the Ycuths Ills I'lU Caught. shot out by the lunatic. Telegraphic Journal. All the Latest Brownsville, Ky., Aug. 20. John 'Advocate, an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, aud News. Requisition for Leah Houchin caught on a trot lino near especially interesting ana profitable to young Frankfort, Ky., Ang. 18. The gov- Green river lock No. 5, a catfish weigh- people, but read with interest and profit by of and other interestinc All the Latest State News. . ernor issued a requisition Tuesday on ing 110 pounds. Houchin was twice matter all ages. Stones Sample copies sent free. well illustrated. the governor of Illinois for Charles thrown into the river, but finally land- Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Allthe Latest Market Reports Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this paperj Lear, wanted at Greenville for grand ed tho fish, which netted him S9.40. Correct Market Reports. aug!8-l- y larceny. Stabbed Herself to Death. Correct Court Reports. Moreiiead, Ky.. Aug. 20. Cena Day THE PEACH SEASON Reliable News Reports. committed suicide by stabbing herself fVIE On tho JJlno Slountaln Peach Belt Open over the heart with a large bowlc AJAX TABLETS POSTTIVKLY C3BK Honest Editorial PoHev. Crowds of Bayers Present. A. LI, Ferrous IHieaie FalJlna Hem 1 m potency , BleepIettOMJ, etc. caaood Ciiamiiersbuiig, Pa., Aug. 18. The knife. She told bur suitor a few moThe Weekly Louisville Olspctclt and The y by Abruo or other Ezoeasoa ana Isdir ments previous that the next time he SI. 75 Cllirax one year lor first week of tho peach season on tho cretions, Twv qutcklu and inr-- ti saw her she would be in hades. Vitality In cidorTDnn-restore Lost .nrt Blue mountain peach belt, which exfit a m&a for study, bcelness or marrlast. Regular Price "Veekly Dispatch PreTnt Insanitr nnr! flnnmTnriHnn If perts say is the only peach country in I wkwinuma, Thoiru-s- nhowa lnimodlate ($1.00) and Climax ($i.25 the United States that wiU have a inU Toct a where all other faifl upoa baring tho Keaalno Aiax Tablets 'Thai THE MARKETS. crop, has opened with crowd3 of buyers $2.25. lilTecnred and will onre yon. We ftlro a pnn. iciTo written cnarcntoo to o3ct a cure enpTQ in, from New York and other cities. or ech csuo nr rtftrnd the fill rrmi Pries OU V I O por non7. mrmt tt MR! ClKCISraATI, Aug. tU VQCXRU: i rkpn Commission men, with offers for Vho can thlat Ftona Spring fancy, L34'!; sprlnj some Simula la plain frira. 1rclr Wanled-f- in whole orchards, have not met with family, 3.8ijUJ; bprlng patent io.iaSS.6"; mail, AJAXwrnpner. thicx to rater.:? " REMEDY CO., mnrtwrj . Pmtflct vour Ideas: you thv may brim- -Patentvresltn. much success. Growers proDose to Dick winter patent, t.5a&w; faucy, StaHifc Write JOHN WEDDEHBORil Iainll7, ii. 4A70; extra. UUKai-WFor sale In Richmond, Ky., by Hagaui & neys. "Taaaltcton. 11. Ci.fi.- - their S3M pritaAttorlow grada, and ship the fruit themselves. oner Iab3-land lit.; of two hundred luvcnuosa vraatcd. Along the railroads are standing tZ.iOirfi.70; rye, northwestern, Jtl70tt8i; da Herndon. cltr,i7-S2.8many cars filled with parts of crates, - W'u cat hales: No. 2 red, track. 80c cs: No. ' white, track, 31c; do tf baskets and carriers, all ready to put iclevator. Sic; yellow cor. track. xr, mired car. together. Reports of premature ripening come track, fcirtc. -Oats balesT. No. 3 mtaed. track, 19oj No. 1 from Sinithsburg, Md., but from all mixed, tract. 17c. ect other bvsetions reports say the fruit is butchers', W.(E1.I0; fair to ; though not of the finest good packers. aiaLUJ; fair to gool lit, common und qdality. Several growers about CATTLE-F- air to good shlppjis', etttWLOOt will have 10,000 cr.ites.cach. good-tchoice batcuer', iuJI2J: fair to The Cumberland Valley road has ar- icedlum butchers'. UiWiJJ.!r coiamon, iLii Opened next door to Richm ond National Bank vJ3elovwe ranged to put on special peach express aiJ;exras,4LCaat7A. good quote a few of our pricesi trains to carry the peaches in refrig- K.7a3AZ: scuitiioa to f jtr. Jiojia.to cholo II , erator cars cast and west. LAMUSExtrai, x3.aiMr'goo to cholca, Best Granulated Suear 20 lbs. fori' 51 TO ar!Ulnjfo7 OH aailddTcharsr. Arbucldo's Coffee 2 lbs. for Wool Uaarailie-- Hno morla1, l()Mli; par Best Brand panned Corn 7,'ie, 2 tat ,.! North Lewsburg, 0., Aug. 18. The ; elotalnj, lJUi; molium, ivun-iAuurowcao V9M9 or . fnr.lr , favorable prospects ior oil at tho well Behtilsnle rLec:Lanlr4 laluo and clotahu, U.3U-- ; brjll, uauoj i t atZ . V, I Jf being driven at Middleburg has caused uedlma combing, U3 10c. WahoVutw msrlao 'i Best Coal Oil pr gallon.wt.4-L- . clathlng. I'.JldoS' da r........;. the appearance of land sharks. Land S. to XX. Wo;13&loj$ lja - rnrr?n"r iTantivv ir .yi w m...,. X I6t3l7.it tot", t.JjJL. if Pure Mixed Candy is soon expected to advance 30 per cent, lalne flceco. la a lj.v. l'Slfctoota-njcoario, in valuation. ift3lSefab--i-asaechoice, 19c. r Other, .goodi? in proportion to numerous mentionf Give """" chicaso, Aug:3t TiiElndiannpolis Gas CrJ. has called' KEAT AugttV?l.; Septaiaoer. Ko;"D9 me aeallaud'be convinced., RVJiole'sale and nRetail. . c: old.ei on the federal courts to Restrain &, eeabw. t . city ot Indianapolis Irons ehfofciBtbe B-j 7JF ordlBMefixif the .b ,rV- Auiuit. ita - k. I L'-pri 1 rartonur whose wlt uacd 'Mother's Friend. Myc tlMtt tf oho hid to i) throcgh the ordoat ccxla, nnd Ihnro wcro but four bottled to be tlOOM jrr bott. ha owfrred. end the cth-vrwoaldusvettem." GKO.TATTOl!,Daytou,Ohio. "X Kontachy Banks. Washington, Aug. 18. The abstract Street in Kich-inon- d Our factory on Farmer !Jroi Let. i.-now running, and ac are SiiKi.nvvii.i.K, Ky., Aug. 17. Jiuaca prepared to fill orders fortwist of the P. Dcard, a prominent farmer of Spencer county, dropped dead ut his home I (I A i Years ru uiL Tnsur Experience K)ZADY TO of itmt "i i.'C-J- L"" MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. CHICAGO J LOJTD03 5SWT0EZ te mi mmt Retail fftlMfcle-iofsrai- m MBl Wl 3 Dearborn St Chicago Salrooms: 87-8- 9 Ashland Ave - aprll-l- y 1 con-fvm- GIVES HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently Is best for A Full Line of cphv tfm."iAfs36 prc"-ed't p. BUGGIES, SUKREYS, friyLz niAETONS, ROAD WAGONS, - Ac, - Manufacture !' - c '1 DOVETAIL rT JSSr uaj -a 5J 6ra THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, the Dealer to handle. Send for Catalogue and Prices. AU WorJi Guaranteed. "s CRAWFORDSVILLE, COMPANYnr IND. IH THE WRITE. ',. V- DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS . fuTS - &i con-tinn- ed Af-c- nt PJ-r-V-W- JT ld lEvcry Merchant f ! r Tf Ay-oo- g VSI .. f-- ''JHHviiBir7DOr7vriBrr)'BHBfVaniVHHHw-. thrce-vear-o- ld mwmm 3 I $a Jl f.W lH lF ClWSfea iXwS4 H-- TJ ! V--V- kh u 1a -- v- I "'i 3 S V j ' " ' J &--- ', W i PnEVKNT-forKc-tlaRtocharBB- VC?1 VW-- I Wt liJil' li Snii"v?AV""r3-drC&fSuii 1 ?Tf4f v i k., V ''V? iV-i-fr t'? J J.H.NEFF&C0. $tr4t, m.h3I 58-da- y fIBMm fiirr f RfpryT ,. Dcl--to- n, bcll-bno- y us cone-qnenc-es DR. BELL'S ubscribe Now! morn-ingb- U. WE? iiiiu; DISPATCH. -- Young People During the Teuuesse Centennial and International ' position at Nashville, Tenn.. a low rate special tariff been established for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati . other terminal' points on the Queen & Crescent Route. Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Cb.i: nooga at $.5.00 one way or So. 75 round trip from Nicholas the round trip tickets being good seven days to return; t tickets, with longer return limit, at $S.G5 and at 11.80 the round trip. These rates enable the public to visit Nashville other Southern points at rates never before offered. "W-- ' buled trains of the finest class are at the disposal of t passengers, affording a most ple;isant trip, and enabling to visit the very interesting scenery and important bati grounds in and about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain .i Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to Xah to visit the Centennial can be repurchased at Chattan.. for S3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket- Cincinnati and the Q. & C. Route South or write to J. W. COOLIDGE, Agent. . - . . W. 0. RINEARSON, semi-month- Gen'l. Pass'r. Nicholas ville, Agent, Cincinnati, O. fr K TPir i 1 E Has Iflffli W Li & F mH r7 R d "F3 W ? ii ii y oiy i -- RIADE t -01-thorr-ondi- A MAN r Z.0"CTZS'vrTXJXIE, Recently ITjiIIs and Entrance are lli 7 o besn Converted Into a Blodcrn Palacs ilarblo and Tiling of tho Finest Quality impcovo-xnrntan- I In-U- t i I I H -- w Idea 2000 Sards o! BrUliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn ilie Floors - - - W -PElT-ROOlL-S, PARLORS AND ; UPPER H.AI.L - - Bril- - y 3. Offices i CoiiN-Sal- and DinlngRoon A New Chea? iSll urocery Beautifully Decorated and iiantfy Lighted.. Uoos-Sel- doing--well- , 11 ; Cham-bersbu- rg rougai.-aHJiJJL- o gAINO FRUIT MOUSE L..... p-P- SdKBP-Extr- us. 1 qaArtor-bloo- -l -- !, 'v-- -- lhj-- .... ii V $lo7cooOVEEin This Ber;ent Improvement.Been R?iTES,l$2 Bi $2.50 PER'DSV. Charj-e- s ipments 'throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate of .... Considered". 11 J -- tr JI-tT- e mo-'iu- qaarter-bjood'an- a d, .... a J -- .? W i rnnm-annr w ... 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