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A WRITTEN APtrll A VISIT TO THE ESTILti MONUMENT IXTHK CrMBTSRT AT RIC11.MOND, KY. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1897. NUMBER 13. Nothing else like it:,, W with to caution all users of Simmons Litt Regulator on a subject of the deepest ww-esand importance to their health pcrhap their lives. The sole proprietors ind m.ikcrs of Simmons Liver Regulator If irn tlmt customers are often deceived by buying and taking some medicine of a mmilar appearance or taste, believing it to t? Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn you that unloss the word Regulator is on the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever hs made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called SimmonR Liver Regulator, but J H Zeihnfc Co., and no medicine made by anyone eise is the same, W alone can pat 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 Bear this fact well in mind, if you have len in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like at, and the package did not have the word .Regulator on it, you have been imposed npon and hare not been taking Simmons Lirer Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and 11 who uso it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Lirer. We ask you to look for yourselves, and tee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. H. ZEIL1N & CO. Take t WARNING. Sensational Debate, Watterson vs. Walton. Royal make tbe foodjture, wboletomc and dcMctoas. A queer little boy had been to school, vAnd was up to all sorts of tricks, Dicovcred that fl, when upsike down, Would pass for the figure G. ANDY CATHARTIC We Send it FREE! TO pocU wake their lutes in praise Or love's enchanting Orcom And gild the deeds of epKndld days With fancy's fadclios'bt-xm- . But oh, while grateful memories eprlng In hearts that ne'er grow cold Some ruder, sterner bard should sing The pioneers of old. Rise up oh, minstrel of the gun The bucKFkln and tbcknlle. Here on the soil their valor won Call bat k tho brave to life Where fair Kentucky's sliver track Blends with Ohio's gold. From vale and upland call them back. The pioneer of old. The green v. ood knows their tcps no more Their forts are in decay, Tb ir skills have vanished frcm the shore, L--t The Plumed Knight of Stanford Flays The Star Eyed jGoddess, Let All Men Head And Learn. (Stanford Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal.) v Tnelrhomes.oh.wherearotiej? Where ere the men who dared nd died, Whrre are those hearts of goH, Virginia's boast, Kentucky's piide, Th pioneers of old? Their ritles echoed once where tow. Our fruitful orchards bud. The land wc furrow vi ith the plo Was watered with their Wood, While underneath the splendid f k. A multitude unto'd. Wrapped in tbclr hunting garb ther Ho Tbo pioneers of old. amuc plumbers by Kentucky's shor.. Mid shadows cool and dim. Where softly sounds tho dripping eat And sort the river's hymn Bravo Kc nton, Clarke and Estill take Their rett beneath tho raonld. And powerless Glorj's voice to wako Tho plnnt. rs of old But c hose heritage of peace They grandlv, nobly gave Shall lovo o'er lire or valor cease To mourn the Iratblepg brav? Shame on the craven heart that lets Its gratitude grow cold. Shame on the ingt lie who forge's The pioneers of ild Simmons Liver Regulator, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Our good friend, Mr. NVattePsOU, seems to have as many lives as a cat is 6aid to possess. We knock linn out, according to pur partial friends, but he manages toVonie back again, after taking goodTtime tocatch his breath, just as we were congratulatini: ourselves that at last we had cot in the Fitzimmons blow and sent liim like Corhett to grass for good and nil. Saturday he came to the scratch again, showing more vitality than ever, judging from the length and humor of the screed that he devotes to us near ly three columns of the He starts out by telling a story, the point of which seems that elections are sometimes lost by over confidence and we find that the people don't "want us" as bnd as we had imagined. If it is intended to apply this to our coufideucc in the election of 'Shackelford, it is denid-edl- y Courier-Journal. of-t- eu POWDER Absolutely Pure ROTAl BAKIM fO.WOin CO., HtW YOUK. the old soldier out, since for pure and undented democracy. He has fought many a battle And will fight as many more. Glory hallelujah. MISS MIL KK1) GULIiKX. STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. Richmond, FOjficL adjoining A Kentucky. .R Durnain's. X! . 21NEYS. P W. MILLER. Attojiney-at-La- Kentucky. O hec in the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y Fanner's National BanV. Richmond, - - C F. BUKNAM. -- TURNAM d MOBERLEY. ATTOBXEYB-AT-LA- A. 8. MOBEBLEY. RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. recently occu-31-3- In Burnam Building, pied by A. R. Burnam. Office 0 J S STJXJJLilTZrJlZr. A TTO RX E Y- - AT-L- A W, - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND. OlBce over TaOor'a Hardware store, Court House, on Main Street. op-pos- ite II. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Richmond, Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. - 31 30 grant e. lilly, Richmond, - attorney-a- t -- law, - Kentucky. and Second Olllce S. V. corner ptreetu up stairs. Will practice in all the courts of Madison and adjoining counties and Conrt of Appeals. M-ti- n J. G. & D. M. CIIENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Olficc on Second street, over Chcn-ault'- h inapropos. Our confidence is born of a know ledge of the situation by keeping in touXii with men who do the voting. One Benson's spurt in wheat because of tho failure of the crop in other parts at the world and the efforts of the nion- Rise up oh, uiln'tre proudly sing y changers, all of whom are the most Thaspurleis knigLtg of joure. iupl.ioal)!e gold bugs, to force silver to Whose music wiwtht rille's ring. Whose homo the wcod and bhoro. zro, are not going to keep the people The wind, and aves hall lend to thee. frin oting fur the democratic nominee, Their strains so free and bold. wlo was made the standard bearer alter And song exalt eternal) Hit forms and usages of party and not The pioneers of old. lik", ilindman, by a little convention ElmiiiaSvdvok Mili.br. mads up principally of delegates who (From Woman's Editioi of Register) weit without ieing sent to represent WHAT I WOULD DO IF I WERE conqitaencies that they didn't have. MAYOR OF RICHMOND. The fcctof the business is it was a mistake tliij amounts almost to a crime to I would put nil idle people to work have nominated a candidato against the I Trs 1'linmna Thnrnp. regular democratic nominee this jear. I wuuld utilize the loaferk in cleaning the town. Mrs. DaVi It onh serves to widen the breach that would have healed of itself if left alone Chcnault. for a I would have tho curfew lav sible season. be Ilindman can in no poselected and his candidacv tvent Mrs. Mar passed and enforce it. nlygiesto show that there are men U. Clay. ci 'I themselves democrats who are I would have the weeds cut. Mrs. ui; to pull down the temple and per I Anne Walters. il tlie I would enforce tho bioyelo luw. m.tpjirrv H rums -themselves thatntthey nnint- not nnvmrarv iIuh Miss Katherine B. Walker. ue to be emphasized. It was bad I'd keep tltis city like they do the enob, or these same men to city of Paris, France. Miss Mary after enunciatSpencor Suiilb. ing a,itform nominate a ticket that rail-wa- r. I would condemn the street liardhLie in a 100 of them intended to Mrs. G. W. Pickels. supponijut, voted for the straight repubI would have all the streets lican tio, leaving suckers to bite at cleaned. Mrs. L. P. Todd. the bait alluringly get for them, It Would put some rock directly in is not wtf.0 try to fool the. people the front of my door. Mrs. Lizzio second till You may fool all the people Shackelford. some of thijme would remove every drop of all of the tk and some of the people I n 0f whiskey from Richmond. Mrs. W. the people bnt you Anj fool ji,e tjme .iout J0U B.Smith. forget it. I would take up all the stray dogs w e agree w, rr. Watterson fullv that make night hideous as they bay much that hevs a!jout the dnty in of the moon. Miss Annie Mershon. democrats, butV to know tnal would urge tho board of magis lamily quarrels V.jo-a.st- cd I by C0I1. trates to give the people 01 trie tinual bickering that the least said of tho court county the free use is soonest mende uut our esteemed house. Miss Lucia Ruruam. contemporary sayn.e clean names and do otf free s;iverites call I would make each detestable things iu and about his own premises. against the peace anW.njt,, o ,he Mrs. T.D.Chenault. mouwoalth. Well began vitI would have all the gates on Main uperation, this crimirkn andthis TeCTm. Mrs. James Burstreet swing in. to err and all are liable to make mistakes. Mr. Wattcrson's mistake is in letting himself play in the hands of the republicans, while he attempts to drive instead of lead those whom he thinks have gone astray back into the narrow path. We mnst get together, if the part' is ever to count for anything and this ran not he accomplished by brow beating or diKtatorious-nesof conciliation prevail Let a and brotherly love continue though the heavens fall. We lovo Mr. Watterson too well to give him up until after great effort and wrestling in prayer in his behalf, but when heavers that Mr. Ilindman will be the contending mau in the race and other things just as doubtful, we will hae to smite him fore and aft, doing it always in the spirit of whom we loeth we cliax-tentand never in anger. To use his lauguage. "In the long run it is the truth only that pays." Out pay or no pay we intend fo tell it and shame the devil if needs be. Shere is no sense, uor reason ir agitating the silver issue now or eyer if times improve and continue eo. In the meantime let democrats get together on all common grounds and when 1000 arrives let us march iu solid phalanx against the enemy, without a traitor in the ranks. To this consummation devoutly to be wished ue shall give onr fullest energy and when we get there, may the first man we meet b9 the editor of the Courier-Journwith a crown npon his forehead and a harp within his hand singing the songs of there deemed and rejoicing over having come up bafely through trials and great tribulations. 5. h, al It is human SPORADIC PROSPERITY. Cincinnati Enquirer cat 0ilt j still upon the land. Even sporadic prosperity will not move the people to supjiort tho Wall street gold-iteWe must have a prosperity that Is far reaching one that will put d man at work at fair every wages: thit will enable the farmer and mechanic and common laborer to have abundance for themselves and their families, and to have some opportunity to enjoy the entertainments of life. An artificial or a partial boom will notcount. The voters have been too often deceived. Distress ih able-bodie- hen asked his age by a good old dame, The comical youngster said, "I'm 9 when I stand ou my feet like this, But 6 when I slind on my head." Pedple are laying in their supply of coal for winter. They are paying lie. .. per bu iiul. (.'.IiMSt'u oase ball team not being ed with the victory they won in the last game came up Saturday evening to try Whites ataliou again and got all the fctuffin' beat out of them. Notwithstanding we have a few fellows arouud this place that keep a sponge in their mouths to absorb the moisture they being too lazy to spit aud some that are so strngy they have expressed a desire to die before breakfast in order to save a meal, wo have a few base ball players, and if there is a team in the county which thinks it can play, they had better go slow until they have beaten Whites Station. Mr. O. C. McWilliams will begin the erection of a liandsome dwelling house in the near future. Mr. Joe Burdett, ofJBerea, has the contract. Mr. W. K. Nelson's family, of SiUcr Creek, has been very low w ith fe er for some time. Mr. Harry S. Morgan is expecting his mother this week from Stafford, England. If 'rJohn Bull" Would always semi us as good citizens as Mr. Morgan we would be glad to see them come eerj dny. A w eek or so ago a very smart (?) gentleman in this neighborhood called 011 his best girl to spend the evening. When about to return home the comeri-atiochanced to turn to art, and the oung lady told him he reminded her of the Venus de Milo whereupon the gentleman chuckled with delight, thinking it was liis symmetrical form her sweetheart hlluded to. "When he got home his brother of the compliment the lady passed on him but after consulting au encyclopedia to her deep chagrin and niortigcalion. fouudthat Venus de Milo had no arms nor hrainp. He went do.vn in the cellar and tried to butt his skull opn on a soft cabbage head to see if his sweetheart had told him the truth. Mind jou now, this was not the "Luck Piece." Messrs Potta & Duerson have 10,000 bushels of GO ceTfts wheat iu their Mills. Mr. C. C. Manpin will go to Texas in the near future, where he will devote iiis time hunting wolves on the ranch of Watts and Walker. Only imagine "Cull ' arrayed in fringe leather breeches, high heeled boots, big spurs, a hunting shirt, a sombrero, a stiff npper lip, with a pail of pistols and a Winchester rifle, mounted on a hmncho, galloping across the plains in pursuitof a thousand wohes? Phew ! it is frightful to think about. So w sat-i-tie rcfreshine and pleasant Soap for the skin. " The most SRCinT.TTTPTV ftTlXDXK'rTJjn to cure snTcaMofcoiBtipsHon. TauarrU are the Heal Lara 0UUUI1UIIUII u unilllll 1 11UU tlrf. nprer rrln or rrlDC.bst rinse rasrmtimlmiilta. Kani. pie and booklet free. id. RTFKLrNG OF.lt EDT f O.. Chlcatro, 9ontre.il. Can.. orMn 1 orfc. sit. 25 Vl 10 WEAK MEM9 Young and Old. URS'COilSriPATSOH ?3?r7n33Bn6CHBMES3P3374Mb'2E JJ rij-nj- l RinlBff CTlStfTf?' Rejoice "with us in the Discovery. ALL DRUGGISTS 50 I Dedicated 1 iOTANEOUS i53 30AP. loitXT WunsesyBAiH Iwrr Antiseptic rwtTKt ;9t WA When a man has saffereil for years with a weakness that hlights his life anil robs him of all that really make life worth livinj, if he avail himself of a complete cure, w hy not possess the moral coarage to stop his tlov nwanl coarse. We will send yoa hy mail, AKXJLUTK-L- Y FKKti, in plain p.tckage. the DK. Why Grope in the Dark For good health? Why experiment with unknown remedies when you hav; at your hands a mearft of j relief about which there is no uncertainty a remedy I that has been tested and found true by thousands of ipeopler urniLtrdv It lasts twice as lortr as otitrs. merit. A IIIIFKIIAN'S VITAIj LOST anteeto permanpntly care SKLK-ABHSK, legal Cuar trial will conWace v f its irreat Will please th "icrt fastidious. -- c XESS. NI0I1T CHARLES fiareaparilla ha'i been for thirty years the beacon of hope for all sufferers of blood and nerve disorders: for weak and ailing women; worn out men, and sickly children. unequaiea as a Dlooa punner &na general stiengU' enur. Begin its use PRICE. $1.00 per QUART BOTTLE. to-da- y. Joljnstii's Sirk 4K SI Ml Mtr.o! r. MILLER, .MILLED TOILET FRENCH SOAPS ATvD PERFUJ1EUY, Lancaster, Perm. ESTABLISHED. 1849. V'-c- Vlg emaciated ornns No C. 0. 1. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not oare, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied1. Write Uwlay, as this may not appear again. Address drains. Returns to former SEXUAL WEAK--- " VARICOCELE STUPS forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural appcaram-cs Western Medicine Company, coc-r'UCOEFOBiTED. 24-2- c cc cc yz "c C1" r"ir AND Kalamazoo, JIuli. 3 i !;NONOTUCK KATHR1NA ; II V o ; bold on WIU.lArt5, DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit, nidi. Uvcrcttea Care Indigestion and 5lck Headache. 35c ' A.lsoltito A.r: Gurxr-tiiite- c. BICYCLES;; iCELEBRATEDWOHMPBWDHBlg: i It . Sold by T). Z & T. I?. Tavlor. Waco. Ky. TWO FARMS J TMCCaiATESTWOBM DESTROY! V. THE AfiC ILttt iSlfl ulEir. -- 1 I 1 EASYANS PLEASANT ji9!MlJr l - TO TAAE jlcL HFORfg Ptr J fc fflir Smallrt Hrc : Speediest Horses The undersigned has three separate small farms whicfi he olftrs at private sale separately or together. All three arc sitnaU d at HIGHEST GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. ood lor catalogue. ! O ; J Every Wheel Guaranteed. HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFS. CO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible dealer Invited to cor. respond with us. -- EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a cen- Vi tury with continually tncrea- - X inrrrlafntnrl 11IUJW ', whiiinim. Thm1ria UiUUJtUL Dots tni not mean merit ? Most fMtatt, a failing Worm Destroyer Easiest to take. Entirely vegetable nvr VJ. x. n h I 125,000 Children yearly Sent to! their Graes bj Worms. ncLX)NALDS ) o WHITE'S - STATION, ! I jS' 9 fcy 5k i & Ol -- 'i m OO oO CO 30 -- li i orkale JUXCE,druxgbti PER BOX. 25e. dealers In medicines. by all and Manufactured only by the proprietor. rtM-l-,- CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would hae saved them all. on the wators ot Silver Creek. Thev contain respectively 85 and 1G5 acres, and are well Watered and well improved farns. There is no better land in Madison couaty, most of it being may26-8- I BOTTOM It is a fine neighborhood LAND.-- - and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile ot White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. Tor particulars, address one-thir- The Einest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- UE(). W. RILEY Of Shelhyville, Ky., Recommends W riKlit s Uelerv Capsules. Shelhyville, Ky., Sfay 2G, '9G. To wrignt iMetlical Co., Col., O : llle. Pn. may5-6m- o L. & -- 3Sf. E. R AKV tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Yonr "Cousin," Geo. D. White, feb3-tf White's Station. Ky. TO CURE A COLD LN 0.N1: DY. I have purchased a hox of U'rieht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton. druetrist. anil nnnl itiom far Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti ration ami found that they eave me relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Rilev. Gent3 K. C. DIVISION. Is Effect March 1, 1S06.- p. LV. A. H. C.25 P. M. Express for Cincinnati, Paris. Mavsille. AVin- chestcrand Lexintou mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-ville, jr. 7.20 "Winch s. Mr. Ogden Goelot, of New York, died on board his yacet at Cowes. EXTREMELY LOW RTES TO CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. Take Laxative Bromo Qjinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, Richnich3-6mond, Ky. P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No 28. 33 BED WETTING CURED lUfiVOP.lK 3Ias. B. M.ROWAN. MitwauVee, 'Vis mch3-l- y THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Long ::SADDLERY.:: 1 srv c lvju The Southern Railway are now selliDg daily from Louisville one way tickets to Chattanooga at $0.55; round-tritickets', good fifteen (15) days beond date of sale, 59.10; round trip tickets, limited to November 7th, $12.20. These low rates will enable every one to vifait Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and the famous Battle Fields in that vicinity at very little expense. Cr The Southern Railway runs double daily service from Louisville to Chattanooga. Trains leave Xouisville 7:45 a. m. and arrive Chattrnooga at S.00 p. m. At Walter Azbkix's Livbrv Stable. and the evening train leaves Louisville e All kinds of harness, cheaper 7:35 p. in. and arrives at Chattanooga than can be bought any where- - In Richmond. a. m. Through compartment sleep- Qire us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guaranted. ers are attached to evening train. For further information, address WilONE OF TWO WAYS. liam H.Toyloc, Assistaut Geueral Pas21G Fourth Avenue, Lousenger Agent, The bladder was created for ouo purisville, Ky. pose, namely, a reeeptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any form ot disease except by one or two ways. Tlie fii'bt way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. 'Hie second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. CSI3F CAUSE. A Book for Young and Old Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder YECURE OUR troubles. 0 the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if HERV0US RECORD not doctored too much is not liable to Esfi 1878 BLOOD, weakness or difcease, except in rare cases. E is situated back of and very close to SKIN& 250,000 the bladder, therefore any "lain, disease DISEASED; PRIVATE or inconvenience manifested in the kidMEN neys, back, bladder or urinary passage is DISEASES often, by mistake, attributed to female CURED weakness or womb trouble of some sort, Tlie error is easily mado and may be as easily avoided. To find oit correctly, set your urine aside for twenty-fou- r YQUNG MAN I?n.r 255S hours; a sediment or settling indicates when ignorant of tho terrible crimo 70a kidney or bladder trouble. The mild were committing. Did you only consider tho fascinating allurements of this eril B and tho extraordinary ctF.ct of l)r too lato to aroid tho habit? When Swamp-Roo- t, the cre.ii kidney and rcraltj, were your eyes opened to your pontr Did you Inter on in manbladJer remedy, is soon reaTzed. If you hood contract any PltlVATE or BLOOD discaro? Were you cured? Do you now need a medicine yon should have the and then sec somo alarming symptoms best. At druggists fifty edits and one Dare you marry in your prwent con dition? You know. "X1K2 FATHER, dollar. You may have a lample bottle HKK PON." If married, aro yoa living in dread? Is marriase a and pamphlet, both sent free by rnaik failure with you on account ot any weak-necaused by early abuso cr later exMention the Climax and eend your cesses? Ilaro you been drugged with to Dr. Kilmer ct Co., Binj&auiton, mercury? This booklet will point out to you tho results of these crimes and point N. Y. The proprietors a: this paper out hovrour SKW JIETIIOD TllKAT- MKNX will positively cure you. it guarantee the genuineness ,of tliw oiler. shows how thouands have been sa ed by p WEAK B3EH IV5A5E V1G0R0U5 Troubles and Coisumpton Cured. Can be Lexmpton mail. 1.05 Livingston, London, Jel- 1.10 lico, rineville. 1255 Fast line for Livincston, A. M. 11.43 London.Jellico.KnoxviHel 310 p. Jt. A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, 11.43 3in l ana, tiiche&ter. P M. Rowland. Lancaster and a. jr. 1.20 Stanford. 10:10 Kowiaud, Lancaster awl i :2o 'Stanfonl. 0:50 For further particulars call or or address. 2.05 Telephone TS. ester and KUFBRHOOD.Agt prm A c,. MCKINLEY IN 1888 AND 1892. grocer'. CREEN CLAY, .1 TTORNE --- Y-A T-L-A W. Kentucky. 1? nam. T would have a law passed to compel property owners to put out hade trees along the sidewalks. iuation ? Didn't a iewiier-thau-tho- u lliduaorul, Collections solicited. P2YSICXATS. DR. II. R. GIBSON, PIIYSICIA N AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Pharisees flock off 10X5,,. and make all kinds of moutly democrats, calling them anarchists, Lhroats, toll- -irate raiocra and wnat n. oxuaiiiuu Mr. Waller Bennett. under the mauner aud theierjty th weeds on Main which they were tnrned Jlfli with I would have aa street cut. Mrp. I. Shelby Irvine. they who began to call namrtpdif gome first-claI would see that there was a of the democratic speakers w system of sewerage in Rich- have retaliated, it ia to be reg.e(j rier3 but mond. --Vrs. Curtis F. Burnam. even a worn will turn whem,i,i I should fold my hands and enjoy upon. The pot mustn't call A kettle my position as the mayors of the black and expect to escape all Vonsipast Lave done. Hitierva Parke bihty for its invidious charge. 11 ss The following is from financial plank of the Republican national platform in 18SS, written and reported to tho convention by William McKinley as chairman of lite platform committee: The Republican party is in fa ver of the use of both gMd and silver as money, and condems the policy of the Democratic administration in its efforts to demonetize silver. 1SS8. If the gentleman should make a public expression of that sentiment now, Mark Hanna and the Hannacratp would want to throttle him and all of the little pigeon-heade- d republicans of the country looking for the spoils would join in the line and cry. C9 f Geo. VShi te. hand-mad- y facetious over the way that whelanj silver have patted compauy, the oi fDELAYED. In nil important matters I would ing away up and the other away SecOtBce in the Joe Cellini btifldinc, tS and yield gracefully (or otherwise) to the forcetting that it was the Courier 17- ond Street, over Wnue old dnicstore. CORRESPONDENCE. advice of my better half (?), but just nal that first made tbe suggestion of t CHAS. HOOKER, at this particular season I would, If intimacy of value away back yonder WALLAOFTOy. I were mayor of Richmond, have fore the currency question cut such a i VETERINARY SURGEON, weeds cut along Breck Avp., the ure in politics and business. And yet ft Mr. S. A. House, of Ten ill. visited the Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. pig path we now have to follow g Watterson says that if folks had kept i is brother at this place last week. too narrow to accommodale the w ith the Courier Journal they woul Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. prevailing style of skirts without In "now be all right each of them, and UUI . W. C. Fitzpatrick and family have Office up Hairs over Ktw York Store, corner Lick, where they will 46- Mum and Firn streets. Richmond jury to same. Mrs. J. . btrouiier. be wearing a crown of gold and playing loved toaSlate time. fall in line with the other on a harp of a thousand strings." The ain for short I would M. JDl E. B. "Wallace attended the quar- II. C. email towns and fine every roan $5 Courier-Journis a niightly good paper. ia eetinc, at College Hill, where the .Medicine and Surgery. upon the who spits tobacco juicer In fait, it is a capital newspaper, but it is Oflice Collins Building, MainStreet. Belle H. Bennett. not infallible by a long shot and has a nt V R. House is conducting a series sidewalk.--ils- s Telephone nt residence (the Carr place) on tngs. I would have the street to the propensity for going the other way when Broadway, V. O. Anderson sold to J. G. Kentucky. Summit put In order so the twins it can not lead the procession. It was Richmond, --- --wonld not be jolfd on their morning reprehensible in Gen. Hardin to repud- GallVof Taint Lick, One calf, fonrteen montri ae(J or egg He j, 80iu some drive. Mrs. Robert R. Burnam. O. A. KENNEDY, DR. iate tbe platform upon which he was Sunday law nominated, but it was equally as repre- nice yo. j,e;fera at 3 cents per pound. Would enforce the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, T1,e and have every business house hensible for democrats and newspapers es of Ollte Boian, T. J. Kin-uarKentucky. Richmond, W)u ndergon wjth closed on the Sabbath. Miss Sndie to go over to the common enemy because E. F. Slouse spent a di tml day atS!ate Lck, SunRussell. of it. To ns most any kind of a demo Office in Smith Building, No. zoi Mam Street, np Would renow the street crossings. ciat is preferable to the best of republi day. TheVjre g0 weji peased with stairs. Office hours ia to 1 and to 5 o'clock. trip, fykt.y tIiat but few Suu- 3ss. Lynn. cans, because the one can in tho main their of gravel over carry out our ideas of government, while aas win niveni at Ij0mQ ariD tne Would put a layer DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Kentucky tho rocks on all tho streets of Rich- we have nothing in common with the warm weatt Richmond, Mr. Morgai Wbu Statio w.,s :u mond. Mrs. E.B.Hnme. other. Wonld make all the streets smooth Mr. Watterson closes his article with our town a 14, BK0, looking for V Telephone at office and residence. goou caivos. for bicycle riding. Miss Sallie this beautiful invocation: Slmckelford. OCOU. "Come home, brother Walton, come itJCtJUll f M,.Kw, W. EVANS, M. D., Woula have the sidewalks reserv - home; come back to Erin, Mavourneen, through this plaLewdj,V8 IIe aR0 our NiuVi TKKATMKH i. it provei ed for pedestrians. Mies Maggie for the star-eye- d one 6tands upon the was looking for a bow wo can IJUAUANTEn TO CUKE farm Wo Pariah. ANY CUllAULK UASU OH BU FA1. threshold, saying to you and to all good certainly hope tha McGuire win buy physician and sukgeon, Wo treat and cure r.UlbKlo.Xb. democrats: VAUICOOKT.E, SYl'IIII.IS. OLEFTl'. in mis locum? auuvne of our nearest GOLD STANDARD UNCONSTITUTIONAL. SE- Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. KTRlfiTIlRT:. TMPOTKN'CY. 'Come in tbe evening and come in the morning: iieiguooni. UKUr IIKAINB, UN.IAlUKAIi Ui&- Come when you're looked for and como withCHAKUlia.lilUr.JiX ana JJljAJJUJiri u.1 out warning; Utart in a few DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Extract from the speech of Daniel diseases. you'll find here before daysioriuHioiuwiiei w,n exMWt Webster, delivered iu the eenate of tho Kisses and welcomes Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, CURES GUARANTEED you. ma span oi niaicu We hope Kentucky United States December 21, ISTifl. Richmond, "The Wages ot'Sin" sent free by And the oftener yon come here the moreJ'll he" will be successful a enclosing Vo stamp. CONSUIVrATIOIt Mr. Webster stood at the very front at his buys adore youl ' FHKE. If unablo to alLTrnte for co and residence on TUlnl Street. will wear off the blue. 003 of his profession as a lawyer and was QUESTION BLAUK for HOME This is all very pretty and saccbarif-erou- s, E . T Well nn1 f! W TBEATMEHT. as the ablest expounder ot tho uwgs were is like inviting a man to but it Z3XSi3. DE1TCAL STTSaEST. constitution. Mr. Webster said: arranKing come back who has never been away or in our IQWU a c l gold of the I am clearly of the opinion that faB calling for a sheep which has never gone for the comp etion to Paint;Lick. We wish trhuck an3 and Bilver. at rates fixed by congress, astray. v e are here, dear mend ana 122 W. FOURTH STREET, DR. A. WILKES SMITH, constitute the legal standard of valne in fellow servant, democratic to the core, hopo we may soon be able eak to CINCINNATI, O. DENTAL SURGEON, this country, and that neither congress and propose to fight it out on that lino if our .Faint juck inenas witno ing so Kentucky nor any state has authority io establish far. Richmond, it taeks all summer and most of the fall. augl8-l- y any other standard, or to displace thiB We want to see Shackelford and all the WHITES STATIC building. Main Street-hou- Office standard. OrnCE Smith democratic tickets, district and county, coo to 11 M. ; 1:00 to 4 P. M. limited to dentistry. It will be seen Jfrom this extract that elected, and then when we are all happy g Notice io acco-dinto the opinion of Mr. Webster Jim Stevens says times are a result, we can fall on each othJ A-- Yatm. the present gold standard which has dis- over tbe J. C. AI0BO4W. long lost brothers re- getting Iietter Will White is bon er's necks and as 3 placed the double standard of gold and united, shed tears of joy, as we Bing for Mnlary.l MORGAN & YATES, All persons holding claims agaiatt the;'tate. silver is in violation of the rights of the Ihe benefit of the unregancrate: A bijc negro revival bas been in DENTISTS, ot J as. TeTi. deceaaadranst ' present 'eaine .to people under tbatinstromenf, greas atlpobtowa lor the pet two wi me, property proven oh or boe 004.1,187., ' to burn . Kentucky, A long as the lamp holds oat Richmond, and the;?; are ceiiainlivstyrriBg up thi: ,. ltff-l- n " v . waa -- liiid 1 -- ..- The vjlost sinner waretsrn. n - , . I aiiiuujiui"! i.u..."j, n,!A-- a - k: t .jb tbe mean JiaaeL-w-- snan-ntit, ,r ,f." 'Eiyc f roaa wtt; Office-M- ala Street, ovei Maafioc TTatteaal -r !,. i OMiitror. fU--- . i J" lank. t Phelps. I would decrease the taxes. Rollins Burnam. Mrg. I Inn SU9 UHVUUIUl f?t 11feti t iltll fir4 LUUlUIII(AIUtJ fw 1 Y? TOUR 1W1ES0F bi aaaa aug-25-S- w H The distinguished New York chemist T. A f locum, demonstrating his iliscovery ot a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption T.nst Itnlll untecd tu Curo.NcrvnuincM, (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, Imotency, !vhtty.Eml!cns. rmtloir bcx, Fall.nir AXeraory. Wat!n(r 111. throat, rang and chest diseases, stubborn either aiut ail - frcaits a coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline tffctt of fit olnirt eiue, UMtcretion. Wprds oil IcsarJ'y ynd C"nnrapth snd weakness, loss ot flesh, and all conditions Don'5 let drurctst laipo'o a worthlois rn'ntlt s cf wasting awav. will send THREE FIIEE you bwame it yleWs a areatrr rroCU ln."l;t on IIOTTLES (all different) of his New Discov'nR lVCnFEIi'S A'EytViaOIl. or 61 nil for eries to any afflicted reader ot the Climax Can bo carrtod In vcat rxicltet. lrepald plain irr per bor. or O for J.?, wl'h JU li-- t vnting tor them. per. HI M rttccn His "New Treatment" has enred thousands Suartuitc to Cure orletun: I MneT. Pamphlet Irce. Sold by drupzlst. ArtdrIrmanenUy by its timely use, and he consul-crsit- a l'EFl'JUt ifr.nic.ti. ABS'Z, OIeusu. simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and White. this great chemist, patiently experimenting for ears, has produced results as benlficial to j humanity as can bo claimed by any modern f enius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate Is FREE iroven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," I led in his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts An education at Harvard, Yale, c t the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, or any other collese or institution chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, of learning in the United States, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and ceror in the New England Conserva, tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. C., 98 Pine tory of Music, can he secured by ftreet. New York, giving postoffice and express any young mnn or woman who is tddress, and the free medicine will be promptin earnest. Write for particulars ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage ot his generous proposition. . A M ES I). B A LL, n J Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer 3G BromGeld St.. Boston, Mass. llyT-l- y in the Richmond Climax. o- 27"DAT. Die WW It acta powerfully and quickly. Curea when ri others fall. Youn nicn regain lost manhood. icen recover youthful Tliror. Absolutely litn. lWf. 3"0AT. lyDST. PHFFES An Eminent New York Chemist anil Scientist Makes a Free CHer to Oar Readers. NERUi&lR Frankfort & Cinctai 1, IS-- Railway. v .' In Effect March DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Arr Elkhorn. ' Switier.. . Stamping Ground Dnvalls Georgetown- Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown- -. ' Centreville- 44 44 Lve Frankfort . . a.m. p.m. S 30 ..tit 7K . . 8M 8 40 6 3 60 3 : IN 7 30 3 4 33! 46 1 30 4 12 3 S3 . ... . 8 90 8 12 8 22 K P" EDUCATOnT"! Elizabeth Paris 4 S2 4 V 5 10 WEST BOUND. Arr Elizabeth 44 Centreville 44 Newtown. 44 Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Dnvalls. 44 Stamping Ground. 44 Swttzer 44 Lve Paris a.m. 9 20 pjn. S 30 5 B 5 18 5 S8 6 10 9.32 9 33 9 10 10 10 43 00 40 56 11 10 11 25 11 3S 55 6 6 6 SO 11 13 uii-kl- bo-in- "ft CA8TBOUSD SOUTHERN RAILWAY, (IN KENTUCKY.) FIRES HIUDO 7 20 Frankfort. lt C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HABPER, GcnM Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. I" Elkhorn. S 59 7 rw k&ph ML. and io Kailwi?. JASPER, al Schedule In effect Slny 3, 1807. Lt. LouUviUc .. Ar.Lrronoeb'g. Ar. Versailles.. Ar. Shelbyvllle. Ar. Lexington.. WE.11 Boll M) No. i. No. 1 7 Sata 4.20pm iilpm 8.sipm 9.1vum 9.53 am iClim 9.30pm a 46pm laiTam 4e0pm 10.30am 7.apm 1010pm Na i. Na 4 No. 7.0am 4.10pm &.ttMim 8.15am i.36pai J.SS.m 6.00pm s.4iaci 9.iCam l.4iprol Ciiam lU.Uam a 15pm a 00am I. Na I ousiness 1 SL- and Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Sterling and Lexington Accora Eastern Express for Louisville. Morebead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited P. F. Y S 55 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 am pm 50,000 Insure j'our homes CURED Lt. Lexlnyton.. Ar. Versillles.. i property against d, Kil-mer'- ter-nb- lo Ar.La'rencobV. Ar. Shelbyvllle. At. LouUtIUo.. ' Trains N03. 1,1.1 and tion Chair Cars. BASTBOUXIX iam Fire 0 Tornado. 8 carry Free Observa- ' ly ts ad-dre- ni WEBOUNIX . No It Na 14. Na lUr Na 4 2Upui 74)am Lt LoulsrU Ar a 15pm ta&sam a 45am: ArLarncbr;Ar 4i5pm aSSam ,T.i5pm 10.43 am ArliarodabeAr 4.35pm 7.3iam ,I0pm .Qa-- Ar Burgla..Lv 4 20 pm 7.lijm li r,,,! HON. C. T. CALDWELL, s 5.47pm 9.10am! Ar SaelbTll Ar atfiam 8.15pm ,956pm laiTam ArVerslles Ar aOSam 4.15pm i720pra lLIOim Ar Midway Ar 7.41am TJXJpm 1115pm Ar Georgia Lt 7 15am 3L0Opm to STATIOni Na Id tSoTSl 1553 45am Lt LouistIi Ar .Uoiam S.llptn No. 7 EAETBODNIX 67 li. WKSTBOOMU I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. Wanted-f- in Idea Protect yonr Idea: thy may bring yoa wealth. S. F. ROCK, Write JOHN WEDDEBBURN - Patent Attoror EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom 11 5S am New York Limited F. F. V. S 30 pm Mt- - Sterling Accom Lexington and Washington Express - 9 23 pm Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping -- ad dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeperreservationa K. HOOD. Agent L.AN'.Ry., call on or write Richmond, Ky-GEOROE W. BARNEY. D. P. A. C. Jt O. By., Lexington. Ky. -.- je2-l- y 2S), Sec Street, (Up Stairs). neys. Waa!ntitn. 1). C- for their prizo oner ml lilt nt two hundred lavenUona wanted. - COtUSUU SFS . BASrBOUSDi rNo. 1 tNo ?. 8TATK:3- - ttNo ... "' of Parkerhbut-g- , W. Va., Eecorn-mendWrights Celery Capsules, t Pakkehsbuug,1 W. Va., WBiGirT-MEn-r IQSOam ILCOam T.loum LOSpm LBlomil.T LouUvll &&7pintT Verslles Ar Nlchtvtll &X0pm ArRiehmo'd .... ...lAr Irvine 7Jpi Ar Ar Mam Ar tLSfiam 1 05am Lv wistbocmr 8 tNa Z. luii m 8.14pm. 7, ISOjim Madison Monumental Works, Lt 140pm 3.44pm L30pm! xcozcasrjD, rsrr. "A . Lv. STATIONS. Na 1. t ...,... u, January Co., fh 26,1995-Ti- m Kennedys Kergan Columbus, Ohioir- - rs, Celery Capsules since- Xovem- b?r, lSW, and find thein fojbe as recommended. I first beipm taking them whllo at Hotiiprincs. Aik'j tinder treat- Tj K t n nl vvdflX- 14 vfa tucuwiui aL7v ntn iiticuuiaiiqiii, bivvi auii ccuuiu Stomach trouble. Constipat lull which X. had been a. lon sUterer 1 tt found the "WriKhl'B iv Geritlomon: I havejjbcen using 1 Creditor, -- Celery Capsules cave Tno l?reat relief from.thebegitminKcnd haj (o ii9ol them ever'sincc- - With' uleasur i if and. unso- .. r. r. r . limteu, 1 reeomrueno'. tnwn t to any and Hnufierinp witKJikeanJus tons or.enfcef -- .. lasoam Ar. Lexington. &u0pmi 7.S0iuu Ar. Knoxvillo... Ar. Ashu villa l. warn LISpa 100am Ar Savannah a 10am Ar. Jacksonville. Ar. Chatunooga.. 7.jpm S.004m 11.19m Ar. Atlanta 8.15am lLlOpnr Ar. Macsa 910nm 3.10am Ar Jacksonville. aoipml 6U6am Lv Chattanooga., Ar .Birmingham. iuvhb tO.SDam Ac Meridian .. ., 4.5m s.4opa IlOdami ASApm Ar. NewOrlosns. Na 1 carries Frea Chair car Louisville to Lexington thero connoctlns with Solid Yeali-- 1 bale Train carrvln Pullman S lee Dim Cars via' Chattanooaato" BtrmlDgham. aad NawOrtsans.! 0.3 carries Pollmaa Sleeper Louisvttis to fThattancM?a. and Atlanta, alss Laxlnffton So' JacksoBvUlo via Hot Sprtims. AsaevllVe, aadll Coaipartmact Sle-p- ar Lexinfioa. to New Or-- jf tDatly Sxcept Sunday.- lA.ynuax9.P.icT. A.,'9MV Swiw.Pf 4T.A I -- Louisville......... 7.cra laiOprn Nal O E--i a .- - -- 2 ill 5" a ' 5 o Si o K ft xn '- - -- ' .MANUFACTURER AITD DEALER IN. M1 ' y fei ofJttieai.A ery truly inr " X , " PRKNITEKfflVSg) OF7VCONU7VieNTS, GEMETERY WOBIT. AXD ALL ffirfufKjtortifMlar&i prices, -- L llv w "- 1 i- .nrT.,1, vm.,i t sr; :w&Zr ft;- tm' ihititEfis; i j asfe &. , -- frr jiirfmi' S" WMhtextoa, D. C.... 6flc"etaur$l.60rbo CIT( acrriT A, TOIM4S Ptr WH H. W. tsresaa p& ire mp, s?4: nwiwft(-. . ?5fca.C'- i.st&xjj. .v, , . SohJlby.TpS-HaB- tr4i , ,GHiBUMi T. ... 1 T uT h ' llMlffT J. s c&"., address, - 4k s;.. is.- - a ii .i )r ikMU fi ir.'lISHK.6ei. Supcv -- i Of4."Tt JtOi TtlMM TAtMWDJMi U. mHmr-Mfj4P-- - JZ w 'v w. . , Madison i. J:4A ' :ouUiJaI;Wojrt-- -- ..;"-- wS javACSEBMWaaSB&'-itaSS-1- flrsBBSBllraT8l. T '.rif- T .IrtfrfffrfMrl -- JoM. i m&ixM1B&ii iiKHMHHflUm .. 536? A , L sr ij w BK: ntK b. . rTW - i t hp iMrnmnnn t rf i r. . the A. itmnv summed B. C. of it can be opportunity for the people to up so child get dollars. .. EF?r?$50TV A I . . Mr. C. o. x'oweii is at noine irom that a .i . rDBiosHM.tvrBYWKDNBsi.ATiiT H Miff WmWWmV.. ITOib GlimaX Printing j f GO. WlfT EBIjf iftK'r, f uwinc n fln.prwonaorfcffto j,.-i.i.- ' - "We feel that the term crime rau understand it if he so deis not too strong to apply to sires. Prior to the establishment this act on the part of those of this union the medium of who brought it about. Crime exchange was mesured in or ignorance suggested and pounds, shillings and pence. perfected the act. There is Norton Va. . Mr. T. Hood Little is at homo from Sholby county. Mrs. p. B. Ilroaddus attended tho London Fair last week. , r, , ... several days on business. Miss Susie Stewart, of Winchester, is visiting Mrs. French Tipton. Mrs. J. M. Fostor, of Lexington, is visiting her son, Dr. J. M. Foster. Prof. II. II. White, of Lexington, is visiting his son, Dr. W. G. White. Mi-- s Sadie Baughman loft yesterday to visit relatives in Lancaster. Mr. O. G. Rood, of Argonta, 111., is visiting his parents in this county. Miss Nettie Todd is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. L. Potts, at Whites PltlCE TKIl IN ADVANCE, YBAB, - WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, $1.50. The founders of the republic not a single public promise in $1.25 desired a different name for dollars now against us, but their medium of exchange, was made when we had two and the' determined that it substances out of which the should be dollars and cents. people could get the dollars At that ime there was not.a to extinguish the obligation. 171 1 lr i 8 single dollar or a single cent Why then reduce us to one? in existence and it had to de- The same is virtually true of termined what should be a dol private obligations. The lar and what should be a cent. efforts to meet obligations in This the new republic did. In one i ubstance has been on us 1792 the Congress named the in earnest since 1893. How substances and the quantity has the government succeedof that substance that should ed? She is $202,000,000 worse makeadollarandthe fractional off. Has the individual fared part of a dollar or one cent any better? One hundred TICKET when coined. thousand failures tells how DEMOCRATIC It reserved to itself the the individuals are faring. right to coin these sub- Thousands of laborers are For Clerk of Court of Appeals, SHACKELFORD, SAM J. stances into money and crying to their employers to of Daviess county. penalty 'if give them- enough to buy a severe im-pared - For Circnit Jmlpo THOMAS J. SCOTT, of Madixon coined by any person. Thee bread and clothing and rewas no compulsion on the ceive no promise. Thousands county holder of any of the substan- are tramping throughout our J. P. McMillan. asovcre case of Btomach trouble. i bad r.juajUii wianinM 1K7 H) iVWr palna in my stomach acd Sowela bo thntT 1J4.11I114, .. could not tncJ or work without grrat " Advance. suffering. My appetite was very poor and on the Miss Frances Claybrook is enter- when I did eat anything I was shortly at 10 o'clock a. m . sell to the highest D. taining at her home near Hutchison, afterwards seized with vomiting spells. I and best bidder, theaboutB. Walker tract of land, said to contain Miss Floronco Myers, of Stanford; could not rest at night i.nd felt lame and Miss Fjinnie Mann, of Paris; Misses tired all over. 1 became; nervous and bad My life seemed "Julia Higgins, Mary Tribblo. Esther no energy whatever. This farm has upon it a Rood brick and 'rarne gluomy and hopeless. My husband adBurnam, Messrs. Caswell Tribble, vised me to take Hood's Sarsapsrilla, aa residence, with good barn and outbui!cin(?s. under good fence, with plenty of water and Robt. Littlp, Cabell Chonault and he had been taking It with great bene-nse- d. in n high state of cultivation, in a 5001I quiet neighborhood, close to pood scuool and James Neale, of Richmond. Paris I began taking it and the first botchurches, ad 1 in three- - miles of two dtpots. conAny one wishing to look at said farm tefore Kentuckinn. tle did me a great ideal of good. I Walker o 1 the sale, call upon tinued with it regularly and have now day ofor W willPrewitt. at D R. farm, Kirksville. P. A houso party which is being enterregained my natural weight TERMS Oue-hacash January 1. 18SS, the tained charmingly by Miss Frances almost fully nearly all my housework." balance in one, two and three payments, with Claybrook, near Hutchison, is com- and am doing six per cent, interest until paid. Mrs. Risda Crockeb, Gladstone, Ala. posed of Miss Fannie Mann, of Paris, " My blood was but of order and 1 had W. P. PREWITT, Agent. Misses Julia Higgins, Mary Tribblo, no energy. After taking two bottles of ang?5- - lw Station. Robt. Little, Cabell Chonault and Hood's Sorsaparilla I felt better than for Mr. T. P. Noble, of Argenta,llll., is James Neale, of Richmond, and a year." MAUION W. Smith, Colllns-vill- e, visiting relatives and friends in the Miss Florence Myers, of Stanford. Alabama. "" countyl Hood's Sarsaparllla ia'sold by druggists, Bourbon News. fl.slx for f5. Be suro to get Hood's. Dr. O. Edwin Poynlz is ill of inMiss Rinda Johnson, of Moores I have for sale about 800 good stock vwes, fluenza at tho home of his father In Creek, accompanied by her brother-in-la- w about TOO gool stock wethers, also a numlerof this and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Derea Baptist church. Thoy loft im- good Southdown bucks. Address Q. B Black, Marie Harber, Margaret Welch, of Berea, visited their uncle mediately for Cincinnati to spend a Red House, Ky. We aug;iS-lCrooke and Belle Rayburn are visit- and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Brewer, few days of their luuiey-moo;congratulate Mr. Dnrbin on being so Sunday. After looking over the city ing at Altamont. in winning the heart of Miss Tempic Oldham is in Cincin- they expressed themselves as being successful well pleased with Richmond, and it such a lovely young lady as Miss nati, purchasing a complete now lino Floronco, for she was loved by all is hoped they will come again. of fall millinery. who knew her. May they both live a Miss Florence Chenault, of RichMr. and Mrs. Robert Leo MacMillan, Jong, happy and pro.spurous life. P. I will rent publicly to the highest bidder on of Acworth, Ga., are visiting Rev. mond, who has frequently visited the premises, about 10 o'cldck, a m., on many friends, will at- 1 here, and has .,.,,,. glad to welcome him. WoodfordSun. col. Caporton, of Richmond, is spoken of as the Republican candidate for Governor. If he be the choice of his party hov"iIlbe a hard "hoss to hunter, and one horn would bring him vots in this "neck of the wowl8.fMoreiieail iii iiiiiv. Miuutuij nil hihxk iiujjuiuuv h hl,v "r-'Zll- , "5 Internal Pains Uamo, Tiroa, Nervous " Every Bad Symptom Cured iii II! tl ii si II E. 1 I ,1 I Mil ?S!wi.i As acent for T B, j7 J., 1 will on L.iJ.n..ad tm 4, ?&& HCRES. lf MmM M RS MK4 &C la mmj WlOilliJ UliUill sv Ml IT M ff a )& llrPvi i PV 1 --k II x O Q Dislike i? tfe Fo Is Spring Gleaning am; why not make it a lit. tie more pleasant for her. SHEEP FOR SALE! SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY city-Miss- es n. ' Public Renting! New Things take the place of those worn out ami t."..s. ta.it passed entirely out of stvl W l'Ii s . titthem, she needs them in - 3?1 For Commonwealth's Attorney B. A. CRUTCHER, of Jessamine county. Reproseniatiye, W. W. COMBS. li County Jmle, ' P. H. SULLIVAN. County Attorney, J. TEV1S COBC. Slierifi", 11. II. rOLYEPv. Circnit Glerk, S. II. THORPE, JR. County Clerk, JOHN F. "WHITE. Jailer, JAMES C. LACKEY. Asseor, T.O.CURRY. Superintendent Public Schools, J. W. WAGERS. Coroner, M. G. BROWN. Surveyor, S. F. ROCK. CITY TICKET. For Mayor j". P.. STOUFFEB. ForCify Jude II. C. RICE For City Attorney .L TALBOT JACKSON. COl'SCILVEN". Court House TKVI- PICKELS. City Hnll MERSIION, MAUPIN. Uiiivereily GI1JSON, 1IALLARD. - Fur Fr niciiMoxij nisTiucT. MHj;itrato N. B. TURPIN. L. SIMMONS. Constable-- W. I more tb:m a j'ear of violent ablation of the question of money, it is astonishing that one will daily come in contact with men who are above the average in intellect, who do not understand the literal meaning of the term dollar. The definition for dollar most commonly used by lexicographers, is "an American coin worth one hundred cents." The next most common definition is, "a silver coin of the United States worth one hundred cents." The slogan in the last campaign was, "we want a dollar worth one hundred cents," and we hear the Cent has but same one definition and that is, "a coin of the United States being the hundredth part of a dollar." It does appear to us that if an one with moderate pride, would onpy take the time to look up the meaning of words and terms, he would never again in public say he wanted a dollar worth one hundred cents or that an' party or set of men were contenddollar. ing for a fif Both terms or words are primitive American products. Strictry speaking, the terms began and were virtually created with this republic, and A FTER ry to-da- j'. ces selected requiring him to have it coined. The oppor tunity was simply riven. It is hardly worth while to state that the substances thus selected were gold, silver and copper, butsuch was the selection well known to all. The new republic establ shed salaries payahle in dollars from President down, and the people in some way or other had to secure the metals out of which they could have the dollars made so that these officers could be paid. The system having been established and the substance from which a dollar could certainly be secured settled, the new republic started out free and independent of the rest of the world, as it had shortly be fore gloriously announced. years of our For eighty-on- e existence as a republic any citizen knew when he owned a certain number of grains, either of gold or silver, he had at least a dollar. That specified number of grains might be to the holder and owner of same of more value to him than a dollar, but never of less value than a dollar, during all those years. Since 1S73 the right of the holder of one of those substances to wit: silver has been denied the privilege of having it made into a dollar. Prior to that time the entire citizenship was anxious for silver equal with gold, from the fact it served their purpose the same, and under the law they mettheirobligationsiu dollars with it; but after that it was no longer a dollar. It could no longer be measured by its own weignt, out, must, oe measured by the weight of the other substance. It could never' have a fixed dollar value, but must iluctuate ac- cordinsr to the anxieties of those holding the substance out of which the dollar could be made. The man that cannot see that the cutting off of of one of two substances out of which dollars could be made curtailed his opportufor getting them, nity one-hais stupid beyond our concep5 lf land hunting someplace where they can find the dollar with ease, as of yore, butin vain. It does appear then that all true men who have a spark of sympathy for the great masses should join in the cry to get back into the old paths of peace and prosperity. Countrymen, if you really desire genuine prosperity not a flurry in the necessities of life that grind heavily on the poor, but a prosperity that will double your opportunities of getting dollars, now is the time toassert yourselves. Don't suffer and languish until 1900, but join with us now. Strike first at the promotes of desolation, who now seek your suffrage. Vote for men who advocate and plead for financial freedom and be it so everywhere in our blessed land, and those now in power seeing the demands of a suffering people may restore the blessings of bimetallism before that dis- tant day. Tub American people have determined to kick loose from the pernicious and disaster breeding Roid standard, and that determination is growing stronger avery day. They have despaired of the return of general prosperity aud the special prosperity that seems to have hit a few is so uncertain that they hardly know whether to recognize itassnch or not. The general contention of himet-talibt- s is, that there can never be any steadiness of prices, but that the will always have to contend with an unsteady and fluctuating market. Like the sensitive plant the smallest agitation disturbs. This contention is being verified every day under the apparent prosperity. What staggers every day up and down like a drunken man. The fall of wheat eleven cents in two days last week hurt some very badly. peo-plo Many of our citizens believe that the hardened old sinner, editor of the Courier-Journa- l, yet lias a little spark of love for the people that onco loved him and that he is digging up from the old files of the Courier-Journhis editorials of 1SS6, and furnishing them to the Dispatch, that the people may see the force of his utterances before his soul became contaminated and honesty of purpose dethroned. We believe that others havo kept a fllo of the Courier-Journa- l, and that no one is indebted to the presont editor for a reappearance of any of the grand truths now, then expressed and advocated. al tion. The shock to the people was so great at first when they of discovered that one-half their opportunity for getting dollars had been denied them, that they went beyond the true principal of allowing the people to convert into dollars the metal as originally established, and compelled the government to coin it for a season. Designing men against the general welfare have now succeeded in stopping that ty-ce- nt On our first page appears the article referred to in our last issue, and which has beeu much sought after by all those interested iu the spirited controversy between Messrs. Watterson and Walton. We commend it to all, as it is the most logical and couviucing argument for the maintenance of Democratic supremacy irrespective of policies which have rent our party. It also holds a mirror up to Mr. Watterson that he may sae himself as others see him, scars and all. Mr. Walton is for Democracy first, from principle and not expedience. If ho differs from Borne of her declarations he yet labors within the party, and right valiantly is ho fighting her battles. to-da- y tend tho College of Music in Cincinnati this winter to perfect her musical" Winchester Court. Saturday, Sept. 11, studies. Lexington Leader. Miss' C00 catJ. A Ramsey report? about Chenault left on Monday, and will be greatly missed by her Richmond tle on the market. Tho best feeders The farm known as the James Tribble pi ice. Jack's Creek pike, 7S Jciles friends. She was accompanied by 4cts; common to fair $3.00 to $3.75; situated on the containing Cleveland. Ohio. good from Richmond, yearlings weighing 800 lbs Mrs. Jason walker. 3 ; one lot G79 lb steer Mrs. J. T. Palmor, of Richmond, is B Prof. R. T. Benton, who was assist- fat cows 3K to 3J ; one lot 750 lb steer ?3.S5J 10 head the guest of Mrs. J. C. McClnry. ant teacher ofLatin and Greek at 030 lb steer helfer.i GOO to 700 lb On which Is one N'ice Dwelling House in g""! Stanford Journal. also repair, good stables and other Central University last year, will octenement Mrs. J. W. Zaring and daughter, cupy the chairs of Latin and Greek 3cts. A good feeling prevailed and two comfortable put in wheathouses. Fifty or fa and fifty to g in sixty acres to be all were sold. corn, the remainder in grsss. Mior Birdie, are visiting friends liore. at Middlesborough Collegiate InstiAnd aught to have them anyway, and spi-i.- i Sh by Sentinel. tute this year. Prof. Benton is a fine Johnson goes free alter serving sixteen years. IT IS WELL WATERED AND LOCATED. since she been so very economical and Dr. .ind Mrs. J. M. Foster attended teacher of these languages and an exA negro penitentiary convict by the At the same time and place, I will sell 7 you during the recent 1W. Kee family Ver- cellent gentleman, and we are glad name of Henry Smith has made a conthe at mares. 5 yearling mules, one extra saddle colt, one milch cow, a mowing ma to recommond him to the people of fession exonerating Morgan Johnson sailles last Friday. chine, a rake, harrow, wagon ana other larm For further mformatioi Miss Geneva Moberloy, who has Middlesborough. Mt. Sterling Ga- from the murder of Guard Pomp Ball in ing Implements. aDDlvtoJakeS White. White Hall. Ky , o. 1S31, near Richmond, on the extension J. D. Tribble, Richmond, Ky. been visiting in Kansas City, Mo., zette. Samuel Bennett, who left town of the then Kentucky Central railroad, has returned home. Mrs. Jas. P. Tribble, And nowjyou can get them at such very LOW M Miss Mary Donelson, of Lexington, Saturday of last week for a vacation, and says that he and throoihorconvfcts, providing you come to us from them, tiiat t .. will return to his desk in the Au- Patterson, Griggs and Ray, did the killAdministratrl is the attractive guest of Mrs. Mary ditor's office Mrs. Lizzie ing. Johnson is serving a lifo term for no excuse for you not making her happ v Friend at ivingston. Jett Minary, of St. Louis, spent the the murder. means home more pleasant for vourself. Mr. Joe Schafhauseu returned on Mrs." Saturday from a short vacation at week with relatives here Land For Sal. Sam Bennett and children spent the Our Stock is Complete French Lick Springs. I have 175 acres of good land situaweek with relatives in. Richmond Mrs. J. D. Dykes, of Richmond, is Mrs. J. J. Brooks, of Cynthiana, is ted on the Richmond and Otter Creek Andotan article but what has hn-- taught mhere this week, the guet of friends. the guest of relatives here. Frank pike, two miles from Red House, that iirst of the rear and entirely tn many of t,. Winchester Democrat. I wish to sell either as n whole or in fort Capital. mention each one. so reniemU'i" plt-a75 acres in one Miss Jennie May Craig has returned . Miss Lizzie Smith, who has been two separate tracts, we have anything you may want in tin- Furfrom a month's stay with relatives visiting her coubin, Mrs. McFerran tract and 100 acres in tae other. It is line and if you do not believe it. cnn.t and aud friends in Danville. Crow, of this city, Mrs. W. K. Denny, all in cultivation under good fence, and improvements nith plenty of wayourself. Miss Eva Finnell, of Winchester, at Paint Lick, Miss Katie Smith, at s Richmond, is visiting Miss Nora Lanter, at wm and other relatives in ter. Tho 75 acre tract has a new houso on it. For further information apply Grove, this county. Kentucky, left on Thursday for her myself. Fonrai to See Our Ffeinre Mem!. ding:. MK George T. Taylor, who has home in Fayette, Mo. She was ac- to J. Tevis Cobb or Jacob Huouemt. beeu at Argenta, III., is visiting his companied home by Mrs. Crow and parents, on the Irvine pike. , her little daughter, Elizabeth, who Richmond Won Again. Mrs. M. W. Barker and sister, Miss will spend six weeks or two months in Fayette, Mo. Woodford Sun. Silver Creek lost her second game Willie Moores, of Walnut Hills, are MAICE to Mike Enright's Indians on Satur- YES, visiting Mrs. J. A. Todd, this week. Dr. J. M. Poyntz and daughter visCollins and Powers Mrs. R. E. L. day, 14 12. 1 Mrs. O. E. Books, of Lexington, ited here last week Biggerstnff, of Richmond, is visiting pitched and caught for Richmond; and Miss Margaret Iackey, of White pitched five innings for SilHall, are visiting Miss Lucy Lackey. her father, Mayor Baum and family. Letcher iver Creek, and Vinegar Bill caught "r Green Clay, who has been in Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shipp, of LexNew Mexico for his health, is ex- him. Then Vinegar iitohed the rest All made by the pame forr ington, will return homo on Friday pected home next week. We learn of tho game" and Farris caught. Colula that I have used r and take Master Ronald Oldham witli his health is restored Albert Syd- lins' pitching was as steady as a die, mnro than 25 years as a pjf furniture and Undertakers. them. ney Johnson, of North Middletown, despite the fact he had been up two tical painter in all brain13- JiHUII. -. nil im days and nights at the London Fair. r Mr. Frank Walker has returned to dropped in to see his numerous Umpire White gave perfect satifac-tioHouse Paints, Atlanta with a car load of horses he f riomls last Tuesday. He is woll and and tho Hume boys and Mr. bought in Kentucky. Lancaster Re- happy. Mt. Sterling t. Carriage Paint Hume Einbry did everything to make cord. Floor Paints, our stay pleasant. Tho teams have Over 400,000 vacancies several time- is man, aran - Miss Bettio Jones aud her niece, Tho friends of Mr. Richard J. memoers Several plans, two plans give free recistrat won two games each, and on Satur'.TFI . mpja 10 cents pays for book, containing plans and a JoOO oo .om ,torArtists' and Miss Merdruo Francis, havo returned will be surprised yet pleased to .f i N emp'.oyers for recommending teachers. day, Sept. 11, they settle tho chamfrom a pleasant visit to Louisville and learn that, on Tuesday, September Pints, Decorative UTIIKH.V TEACUEK-SBCRKAC, Admission ' Rev On O M Sutton, a iSlTI"STE.HtR R( UFA S.'.V Cor Main Shelbyvillo. Sts .Loaisvtlle.ICy ' PtC&l?NT 14th, "he will lead to the altar Miss pionship at Richmond. 1'earlHjrn M ihu l 10 cents to everybody. Roof and Ba Paints A'lrtfon TifHriM fiirj'D office, Sjthr naiiiM I Mnnife to - rfi?n ii rt SiMr. and Mrs. Sam C. Nuckols spent Rose McKenna, a Handsome LexingJly21 - 2m and nil other kir of the Election Officers. several days in Richmond last week, ton girl, very popular among a large very best quality jO ran toed circle of friends. Mr. McKee is a guests of Mrs. R. C. Stockton, Judge Burnam has appointed the to give perfect tjMCtioii. son of our esteemed friend, Owen following election officers for the No- Woodford Sun. At lowest mar4 prices. Make anv colodeired to Mrs. Elizabeth Denny, only sister McKee, and is one of the finest vember election: order. Full inf1'"" givgaugers in the U. S. service, highly Court House X. B. Deitherago, II. of the late Col. Jno. K. Faulkner, is en how to applw'l,t- the guest of her half brother, Mr. J. regarded by his associates, and a C. llargis, judges; W. D. Oldham, Stock the Ipf". quality young man of sterling qualities. sheriff; John Taylor, clerk. Wade Walker. the bst and ncei' always His friends throughout the Eighth City Hall C. T. Wells, W. P. Baxthe lowest u Miss Mary Stough returned to her I Will furnihh ? Paper, hung on District will wish him and his bonny ter, judges; David Powers, sheriff; E. home in Lexington yesterday, after wall's, with 9 luf'order: V a happy voyage through life. W. AViggins, clerk. $275 .' Room 10x14 a delightful visit to relatives and bride It 3 00 University Joe Collins, AV. T. Har" ' Mr. J. Roger Gatewood is enter12x14 A city. friends in this to ToO " 14x10 taining a house party this week, com- ris, judges; B. C. Potts, sheriff; T. C. a i Mrs. Chas. P. Cecil, Miss Sue i All othr rr113 at some proporu posed of the following young people : Adams, clerk. n i and Mr. Archio Holmes j tionate price Chenault Harvey Chenault, B. J. Messrs. Will Stanley, Nicholasvillo; M have gone to Marquette, Mich., to re1 Shirley Raymond Frisby, Cyn- Clay, judges; Charles Jackson, sheriff; main several weeks. Danville Ad- thiana; and Y Jennings Greenleaf, Rich- Newland Jones, clerk. " M vocate. AVhite Hall Sanford Oldham, Granmond; Bob Frank, Paris. Misses (, MibS Josephine Schmidt entertained Christine Bradley, Frankfort: Kate ville Clark, judges; John Shearer, MAIN STREET, 209 a number of hpr friends on Monday Russell, Paris; Bessie Dedman, sheriff; A. B. Hampton, clerk. evening, and a most delightful time McCreary Shelby Jett, Josiah Gen- Richmld Amy Smith, Richmond; Flor Kentucky. was spent iu dancing and the usual ence Winn, Winchester, and Laura try, judges; James Noland, sheriff; 8 Tillett, Flemingsburg. Seyeral hand- AV. J. Risk, clerk. is R0GEF0RD'S AA'. Griggs, G.K. Edwards, Tipton J. According to the theatrical editor some entertainments will be given in of the Bourbon News, Walter Chen-aul- t, their honor, beginning with judges; Ham Mellon, sheriff; Jno. W. ECOOMIST RANGE. a Lexington boy, has the comedy the Sterling Dancing Club's dance. Grider, clerk. AAraco AA'illiam Benton, N. C. Bonny, is t part of Pedro in the forth coining Thursday evening an "old fashioned" 3 THEM! production of "Cinderella." hay ride will bo participated in by judges; Mike Miller, sheriff; M. T. EXAMINE THEM I Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett is quite the young people, aud Friday night Bybee, clerk. PURCHASE THEM I Kavanaugh Sidney Noland, J. L. ill last week at her Main street home. Mr. Gatewood will give a fashionaBybee. judges; II. C. James, sheriff; She was suffering from bronchitis ble dance at his home. Our boys are M. Misner, clerk. pains and catarrh, which aggravated by a good at entertaining and no young E.Kingston AA'illiam Bates, J. M. Ilen-drewill be spared to make these cold threatened her with pneumonia. judges; J. B. Parkes, sheriff; C. people's stay with Mr. Gatewood one Prof. Edgar F. Shannon, Associate of "merry making and enjoyment." F. Parks, clerk. Professor of Greek and Latin at ArPhone, No. 21. Bearwallow Marion Hill, Douglas j?IRST Street, g Mt. Sterling Gazette. kansas State University, is here from Young, judges ; James Combs, sheriff;!) Fayette, Ark., on a visit to his cousin, Felix Jones, clerk. Mr. Chas. Jl. Dickson. Bourbon Duncannon Mack Miller, J. SV Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Roland aud son, Ed, of Danville, are with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. White. Editor T. C. Adams returned Monday from a visit to his brother In LOCAL. 17. 3; ::::::600 acres,s:::: s, 3; V HI y a, n ld Hmrd Time, lli n augl8-3-.- v i - jut - - I Lin-yon'- oa'i aug-18-lm- o I H All Kinds uuuiaiiau Runt on o & Paints. Biggerstaff, a- n, Sentinel-Democra- pm CHER8" WANTED! i Mc-K- - ee .. -- i i " m AND MAKAOCf - 69-- f- tk - line Reason -J Why Preeman brothers are makiii"; such sweeping reduction in the prices of Mc-Robe- rts Geo. I Willging Cyn-thia- n; B oots an Shoes Is arc compelled to make room for them. Now the time to get a BARGAIN. tete-a-tet- e. K that their fall and winter stock about all in and they I ht n, i Freenian Bros., I MARRIED. Mr. t- jj News. Sj-- v frm-- l I m W tfrt1 1 H3K5 m Yi.sAs&VVyAs C3K D&3)lfceK? BrowerGOtiFrazee, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. H Midsummer H w Clearance Sale! To Reduce Stock We Will for the NEXT 30 DAYS offer Special Low Prices on : CHAMBER SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, WALL PAPERS, STRAW MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS, BABY CARRIAGES, and PICTURES, Strictly Firsl-G- to. SI Everything ik kii ir IF YOU WANT BARGAINS COME AND SEE US. m SQJi MBEJhfc-- BROWEE, SCOTT 32-3- 1 & EltAZEE, Sy. ifcV3 K2&1 'lTi &$ Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, . mrM mVmk mtt mm Jfm - a " "nTi -- l. " : "'til- - -- ". 4 " ."., : ? ? " him testimonials of the faculty and is ready to teach voice culture and rudimentary music far more acceptably than heretofore. Master Edward Stockton, who has been visiting Mr. Chas. Nuckols, has MiBS returned to Richmond Florrie Chenault, ono of Richmond's brightest, sweetest aud most attractive young ladles, was tho guest of Miss Jean Amsdon from Wednesday until Seturdxvy. Woodford Sun. "Rev S. W. Crutchor, of Piano, Texas, will arrive the 25th,"1 to visit his, son, Dr. Louis Ho will preach at the union sorvicos next Sunday night. .Mr. Cis he Sxposed, from Mark ilanna down, have called him 'n former realdontVof Woodford; Who' toaococht.," has aostofHipwho.arealwayS a tAA : t "fet . ik-- . i " : c B RW:-tmic-cessf- ul Ik anybodv doubta that the Republican papers all over Kentucky, as well as in Richmond, use the same identical ready-mad- o editorials, he has only to reud this indictment of the Lexington Lender by another equally prominent Republican organ, the Fraukfort Capital, edited by Walter S. Forrester, Governor Bradley's Assistant Adjutant General; "The Lexington Leader and the Maysvillo Daily Ledger published identically the same editorial last Monday atternoon on the question of free, traders ami the tanfl. The LeadHr is evidently using the same editorial syndicate matter that is sent regularly to the Capital and as regud to the waste basket. larly This paper expresses ite own views on all public questions, which seom's to be a sensation that Sam Roberts The Jesuit never has experienced. is that Roberts is a Collector and the Capital is a .newspaper. Each is in its way, but ono is the Ohio way so much per column." Would you know who this man is to stand up and castigate s the offenders against decency in journalism and politics in his own party-- , read this testimonial from the Frankfort Ledger, his journalistic rival: "C'il. Forrester is a Republican, buti ne is one 01 ine iew men wno oenove in truth and honesty even in politics, aud for this virtue alouo though he lias many others is entitled to the respect and regard of decent men of He is all political persuasions. devoid of .fear or favor, and noncof cou-igne- Mrs. Jas. W. Smith, Mrs. L. R. Blanton and children, Mrs. Lizzie Shacke.ford, Mrs, Maria Lynn, Mrs. Mamie Stockton and Miss Bessie Miller took in the excursion to Cincinnati on Friday. Mioses Pearlie and Ella Keen left for P.ichmond Tuesday for a two weeks visit. Misses Pearlie and Ella, will be greatly missed as they rank amoug tho leaders of society here. Jackson Hustfer. Richmond, Capt. J. D. Feeney, Will was in tho city yesterday Cosby, of Madison comity, was here Will the past week buying mules Burgin and wife, of Madison county, visited Mrs. Baxter, at Elkiu, Sunday. Winchester Sun. Prof. R. C. Adams returned this week from Killannlng, Pa., where he has been attending the Normal School of Music He brings with of who-dare- T. J. Osbom, clerk. Berea J. D. Goodloe, Aleoc. Is ' judges ; James Anderson, eriiyhl1 Harwood, clerk Biirnnm William Arbuckli AA'est, judges ; John A Eallnr"11 SOLD in A. II. Davison, clerk. f Tevis B. F. Tevis, Kimpuof. RICHMOND. judges; John Prewitt, slu'Lcw,s DuRBiN-GiiiixBlakeman, clerk. While sojournBY Crutcher Tom Curtis,11 iIur" ing at this beautiful' and healthy sherift"; so loved by many Madison phy, judges; Tom Douj? county people, a pretty Jnoon wed- AVm. Goodlett, clerk. Ponssovr'RIvnilni- - TWrJ? 'x '?I"ei-- , vuv j ding was witnessed. Mr. William Dnrbin, of the Waco neighborhood, judges; Tracy AA'earea, riff; J. N. and Miss Floronco Gillon, of this Hendren, clerk. FREE: C20.00 ;:: COLD, place, were united in marriage AuNewby Chns. Jen' Jake Long, Blcycle.Coid WBtch.Olamccd gust 2(5, by Bhk McMurray, of the" judges; Wm. Tudor, fi ff;R.15.Tu- Kins, or a Scholarship in Draughon's Practical Business dorr clerk. gUcS? NashviUe. Term.,or , W. D. $and- -, Texartana, Tex., or a schol. Biggerstaff Bart reputable busiuess colAwarded aylor, sheriff; arship in most any other the U. S. can lege or literary school in ers, judges: Mo be s'cured bydoinga little wort at heme for the Youth Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, Win. Ledford, cle Advocate, an illnstrated journal. .:JiI5 P11 character, moral in tone, end TS!?,&.inte,cV?B, and proGuhlc to vcucg ftis B0peot lh n'erss and ed Dollars Eiiward tS??.??1 ana " : interesting . rr We offer Ous natter well lllustraii rh that cannot bo Address for any case of Co., ashvtll, Tenn. YoStidtePub: Mention thia papexj rrh Cure cured by Hall. Co Props., onglS-l, Toledo. F.J. CHEN w. re-s.o- rt, James of Mr. irhOn county, was married Wednesday - Miss Lula Curtis, at the resident- of the bride near Hedges Station. Ruv. B. W. Trimble, of this city, performed the ceremony. The groom is spoken of as one of Madi-son'- e best young men, and the bride, whom we know, is ono of the most attractive women in Kentucky. Congratulations. Mt. Sterling Gazette. Slate Lick Springs, Ky. Ru-par- Bupakd Curtis. JBoggs, judges ; Clay Jones, sheriff; JT xi. Dtune, uiuik. Blue Lick George Bogie, X. C. Gj bard, judges; John Johnson, slurf f- - fHUal oew pri i .. .v. CHIJS'I Young rCODlC BM seini-month- Ii E3 fnlSnl SfHL Kentucky Shoe Grain Drills . pi 111 ELS Superior Disc Grain Drills . II n?Ji" LOW AT y w CREAM 0. We the n gnt-d- , hive known F. -- " MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream, of Tartar Powder. Fr from Aaimonfa, Alum " MOYEARS BAKING POWDfR orany other "t , adulterant, s -- .IfS. fe. ".,.t.sv 7W&.iSftif!SaKi-r""?--- ., ? . "& StSSSiXZ & m, minjr, Ainuan nTTii.:".";.?".11"? WTOciapUon itToledo, ??njjgts, Toledo, O. A Whol intei-na- l rrh Cure is taken tOn written iraaraEt to oioct a rortr gw Ay "in i mi rectly upouthe blood land ly, ac; faces of thesjstem.- Price muci Seid by.aH;DrKgia. cflriiona,;s:y., by Buu ft - in J. Cheney financially able to Mrry transaction ou made by their firm. out any o' x, Wholesale lnig? iste, West rablo all busiucss RSADE ffiE A MAI uuli jarnYELY W Mil II. B Dli ackelfor d & Cos Put your wheat in with one of these drills and increase your violrl nito U1UU. V?l JAVC WA -- fl ,"t bL.fbnr .othor cube iSf InlS tioie am iii rJB MitrM Sisv s& ininr.Bd--ctr?mSV,,r- mi gifi mm I? wra C n - ..- - : . tinf;4L c; '"S ts ..,' V - ,''Vr -- Wi A F I w - 1 'p," A ' 4 t The Rhmond Climax. WEDKESDK, SEPT. 1, As yet et-ou'- Next Excursion tl rush is on at John 1 Don- - From Nicholasville to High Bridge Sunday, Sept 5th. Now is the time to make the trip. Ak agents for rates and other particulars. High Bridge is a delightful place for boating, bathing, fishing, bicycling, Popnlar Lexington Firm Changes. peopay-in- g etc Robert Simpson, of White Hall, was Monday, Serimber (!. thrown from a horse in Estill count-- , on Mnrtin ntry was sworn in as .Saturday and was 60 badly injured about the head that he can hardly recover. Deputy She Monday He is only 20 years old, and was yisit-in- g Peaches ij plentiful in this section his sister, Mrs. Wra. II. Park, near tliis week at cents a bushel. Irvine. See not! of Mrs. Williamson's How Was it In Madison? school elscwfc re in the Climax. In an interview which is printed in To Cinei pati Sundav $1.50 round the Versailles Sun, Mr. N. M. Marks, a prominent farmer said: "I have raised & X. trip. Leave t 3:19 a. m., my limit on wheat. Would have taken R. L. Gem- - is agent for ' The Cap $1 a bushel some time ago, but now 1 ital" wagon iu ladison countv. will hold on. Have vou noticed the fact aujf25 2t vhat in a majority of cases the 'gold men Valuable uggets'may be picked were the ones who sold low at 62 to 70 up in our lo clothing department, cents a bushel, and the silver fellows Covington & itchell. who had the confidence to hojdon." beTelephonane will soon be up To The People. E. tween Paint .Li: and Wallaceton. I am a candidate for the office of T Fish, of Bet, is manaeinc it. County Attorney of Madison. If elect R. L. (.iemr will sll von the best ed, my rule of conduct in thexfRce shall be, "equal and exact justice to all peo wagd "The Capital." e ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall aup25 2t Mr. J. W. alhtrd will rent at the be my constant endeavor to secure a pruhome place, S tember 11, 1S97, three dent and economical administration of fiscal affairs of the county, and thus farms, formerl the property of J. A. the reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I Ballard, decen d. solicit your aid. Gkast E. Liily. clothing Our stock f A Shirt. for fall is a wile ibrary of practical J. P. Wooten, a Brenthitt count on correi attiro at tho correct hints Constable, has had a bullet-proo- f price. Coving! n & Mitchell. shirt made by the Pettibone Co., CinRev. "Presto! Blake had IS additions cinnati, and is now ready to meet the at his protracteimeeting at Providence, moonshiners face to face. His e began a meeting at Clark county is composed of thousands of At liens on Moid v. woven steel rings and it stood a -- Mrs. AY. 0 White will resume severe test before he gave his $100 . ln-Tho next thing we hear music cla Sept. 13, 1897, at Ho- - check aug 1 in some fellow will order a Richmond tel Ulvndon. beef steak for a bullet-prochest There's not a ing hcrybeauty mars, protector. has ruo all she wishes She Bad Dunn's Winnings. he loves to u sp the handlebars. Mr. Bud Dunn, of the firm of Curtis But she wil lot handle dishes. a Dunn, Whites Station, has been in the , cool or muggy thN Rain nrshi mountains for the past month buying i the plftce to ; t every thing a man cattle, and has shipped seyen car loads. or bov wears o suit all kinds of On his way home last week Mr.' Dunn weather. Cvi ton & Mitchell. stopped over at the London Fair and There will an important meet-mg- carried off several premiums with his the C. W. $. M. Wednesday nf- - fine walking mare. He, won in the comat3o"ch ;. Every member is bined, walking, rind saddle rings. The requested to lx esent at the Chris- - premiums amounted to S35. Another of tian church his horses won in best saddle stallion - Lik pretty omen, people stop ring, premium $75. But when it came t. admire thoirl ooks. Their looks to the best gentleman rider, Bud, for the suits first time, was knocked out, and that, .! noi belie theii our too, by hio brother, A. C. Dunn, Its all I their low prices iiii.l overcoats in the family, though. (.'wnston &. Midicll ol -- Mrs uianison's-scho- opens Thrown From a Horse. customers," said Mr. Clias. F. Brower to a representative of the Climax, when the latter was on a visit to lexinyton recently. It is no wonder, however,' as this firm is the largest advertiser ip Central Kentucky and carries the finest and most complete Btock of furniture in Kentucky. At its head is that genius", C. F. Brower, who is without a rival as a proprietor and manaffer. and whose tact and skill in waiting upon customers makes his house a favorite resotL The lirm hereafter will beC. F. Brower&Co., Messrs. Frar.ee and Scott having retired to look after their interests in the Phnmix Hotel. See their ad. in the Climax, where it remains the year round, and when vou wish to furnish your house call on or write them. Catarrh life-givi- "Richmond and Madison county ple are among our largest and best i. Poisons. two-hors- high-grad1 e- Bullel-Pro- Catarrh is capable of changing all the secretions of the bodv into scalding fluids, which destroy and inflame everv part they come in contract with. Applications to the places affected by catarrh can do little good save to soothe or quiet disagreeable symptoms. Hence it is that garcles, sprays, atomizers and inhalants only serve as temporary relief. Any medicine to effect a enre must be taken into the system. So long as the irritating secretions of catarrh continue to be formed so long will the membrance continue to be inflamed, no matter what treatment is used. There is but one remedy that has this most disagreeable effect, and that reme dy is Pe This remedy strikes at once to tho root of the catarrh by restoring to the capillary vessels their healthy elasticity. is not'a temporary palliative, lmt a radical cure. Send for Dr. Harrman's latest book, sent free for a 6hort time. Address The Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbur, Ohio. rn-n- a. Pe-ru-Te-ru-- na and with such pronounced success. If she excelled in one more than another it was in her impersonation of the Georgia Wedding, though her "Words Without a Song," with superb piapo accompaniment by her sister, captured everybody. But scarcely less novel, and no less perfect, was her brilliant rendition of "Echo Aud The Fairy." This piece demands the closest cultivation of the voice, so that tho audience seemed to hear the ectio of her own voice and is amazed at its wonderful resemblance to ventrilo quism. Encores were numerous and the Misses MacMillan were showered with compliments and congratulations. Their costumes, too, were pretty adjuncts to the entertainment. The pianist wore a dressof snow white Paris muslin. The declaimer was attired in a striking costume of green and rose Dresden silk, trimmed in satin ribbons and pink mons-lain- e de soir, it having been one of her mother's wedding dresses. Miss MacMillan will give lessons in elocution and is making up a class. A Curo For Bilious Oolic Rccource, Screven Co, Ga. I have been subject to attacks of bilious colic for several years. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the only sure relief. It acts like a chanm One dose of it gives relief when all other remedies fail. G. D. Sharp. For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. sept-1-lm Miners at Dronefield, in Ohio county, struck. They demand weekly instead of monthly payment of wages. FOUND. At W. G. White's drug store, a mar- S " velous cure for all kidney complaints, nervous exhaustion and temale weakness. It is Foley's Kidney Cure, sept-1-lm Don't Tobacco Bpit and Smoke Yosr Life Away, ii:. - Jane TffwvyZs :'-ff- m e DEATHS. of cholera infantum. - of your Williams The child Over 400,000 cured, liny of Dr. 1). J. Williams died at Ford on druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or i.w. Thursday last, after a painful illness (SterlingjfnoKiui ana sample raaueu irec. au. Remedy Co., Chicago or Now York. lr vou want to quit tobacco using easily aud forever, bo made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor, takol4o-To-Batbo wonder-worke- r, tnat makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. c, i v t r r 9Jt Tl j I Zdl L I aSJ Henry Harvey, aged about 40, died of consumption on Sunday, in the east end of town. Hi leaves a wife and one child. Burin! in the Richmond cemetery. Stao.vek. Tlios. R. Stagner, aged 77 years and one day, died on Thursday at his homo on tho Kavanaugh lane, 4 miles east of Richmond. He had been paralyzed for three years Burial in family burying ground on Harvey. Strikers encamped about the Dearmit mi es have resumed marching. V Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver aud bowel regulator ever made. mayl-l- y James Cliuard, a farmer lesididg across the Tenneseo Hue, near Lafayotte, committed suictde. Boils, pimples and eruptions, scrofula, salt rheum and all other manifestations of impnre blood are cured by Hood's I Fine Fault of Perfection. TheBusyBseCash n f ) Friday. Tried to Preserve the Corpse ol Their Son. coat-of-m- ail r for-it- 11-- of 1 of -- all-wo- ol The Clima 4'xtcnds thanks to Ernest Penn, of Hutchison, who left Mrs. Jas. B. Med ary for a tomato fr-Bourbon last February for Alaska, arrivgard h, measuring is her m circuna rence and weigh- - ed home Friday, lie reached Juneau, Alaska, early in March and immediately u... pound. secured employment in the Tread well lt vou want ti ie astonished call as Mining Company's plant as a tenderer of we did n h. L. Mikity and examine his a concentiator, at a salary of 05 per line of h tranches jiaetous, buggies and month andlioanl. He tells the Bourbon road wag' ii3 and a his prices for same. News tiiat he held the position until The poorest can ainl to ride in a vehicle A ugust 7th when he started home. The tf at hii prices. trip from Juneau to Hutchison, Ky., cost -- Col J. T. llstD assigned Monday about S100. Mr. Penn says he did aot l liis anil pe lonal property to go to the Klondike on account of the seT J Mnithforbf fit of his creditors. vere winter and the prospect of terrible Liabilities, $7,50(1 assets. 210 acres hardships. He says Juneau is an farming land won about $9,000, and town, w ith two theaters, a brew ery. t 4o0 personal all night restaurants, saloons and dance TLnext tin to giving good halls. Fairly good board can be secured i awav ihVc (mote the low at SI per day and one can get a suit of d suits and over- - clothes made to order for 20. juiei s on the Mr. Penn advises persons contemplatwe are ofTeiig for fall. The ats goods we aro olfertr aro unequaled ing going to Alaska, not to start until values for the pr s. Covington & Spring. iin-ln-1 r.-a- Home From Alaska. - all-vi- i Mitihill. -- Mr. R. J. Whi Jr., has adver- tis.d for sale his um of 85 acres of miles land, about two i from Richmond. Mr. White has concluded to move Missouri. The t wishes of the 'lijiax will follow hi in to his new ome. John Io:ielson J three buggies one-half Ix-s- Guess Who They Were. last NUiir lay. Timberlai of Indiana, prea Iiet.1 at the Daptilchurch on Suti-2- a moriung. and willreach there Sun- ta morning and evejug. A pleasant feat nre of thebervice las the pretense ! tbe former pastd Rev. Pieston te Bi.ike. who was a of Mr. 'luukeilafce at the Stkinary at Louif- -- Rev nm-ma- Miu- - aiH)iu iweive veal ago. If you want the est ironcl and best painted farm wa in call ou R. J.. entry, at John Donel n's. au25 2t I hear peon ple who see our now II suits to Teacheks'Opkn Session.-- A more ss tin lr thoughts i such remarks creditable and enjoyable literary enjw How cheap? Wli t did you get tertainment has net been given in such good suits? I i ver saw such Richmond in a long time than that values fur the price, luits like these furnished by the county teachers at usi to sell for twicehs much, and the open session of the Institute, many other just stui comments. Courthouee last Thurs(."liu and see for yoi: ,elf. Coving- - held in the day evening. Tho house ws packed ton A. Mitchell. wit!" town and country people, and . 1'icke. will resume the program, which was interspersed Jirs u hi r music class at her me on Third with music throughout, was varied mrcet, Monday, fcept. ; nug and eutertaiulug. Prof. J. D. Clark, with his usual suavity, presided and 1 . T. Perkins turned home Mr. from Florida last Frit y. He went introduced tne speakers, the first of ttiere with a view of lotting and wrs whom was Mr. J. Nathan Elliott, well pleased with the 1 tin try, and if who delivered in a manner that lie can dispose of his ptperty he wiil elicited prolonged applause, his fine shortly move with hislamily to the oratlou on '"Devotion to Duty," Kind of Flowers. Mr. irkins thinks which won the Chautauqua prize, foltiie future for rlorida rightor than 75 In gold, this year. Ha was lowed by Mr. J. W. VanWinkle, who n State in the Unionlind he decomsires to be in the front Ink with the has seen more service in the mon schools of the county than any march to prosperity, teacher in the county, and who told vehicles at in his droll, yet highly entertaining A nice, new stock John Douelson's. way, of his first certificate and other matters pertaining to the pioneer Garrard County Ditices. secDemocratic commit! of Garrard days of school teaching In this The tion. Prof. Troop, a new star in the V. L. Lawso for slierih", nominated withT. E Adams for de: y, and the constellation of Madison county Republicans nominated J; tea Sanders teachers, hailing from College Hill, huand William Ward for the une ollices. was next introduced and read a morous essay, wjilch was replete Miss Mary Pattie witesume her with good point", and showed the class in voice culture andliano at her writer to be a veritable Bill Arp. W. J. Grinstead, the scholarly-lookinhome on Sacond street, Set. 6. young pedagogue, whowill this year teach the young idea at Valley The u. a. K. at uutio View, discoursed on ''Kentucky aud Judge A. J. Tliarp, Depalueut Com KeutuckianB." capturing the femiraauder of the State G. A. 4 returned nine part of bis audience at the outhome last Monday from til great re- set villi a graceful compliment to union at Buffalo where a rhrter of a the ladies, Miss Madge Wilson, also million old soldiers mnrchedh lino be- - of College Hill, but who has spent a lore President McKinley. II f a thou- - session at the State College, delightan escort ed the audience with Carleton'a went from Kentucky to Ju lge Tliarp, w ho had ong with "Gone With a Handsomer Man," him the Irvine band and tit following whinh she recited very eflectLvely, citicens of Estill: Jan. R. IJkl, Leroy eliciting the only encore of the evenAlcorn, Green Reynolds, Park, ing. The program closed "With the Sam'l. H. Tipton, Jas. A. Mtfes, Geo. Q'lerry Box," by Prof. Roark, who T. Grinstead, Francis M. Kul Messrs. undertook to answer miscellaneous Burtons, J). W. Gentry. T. Erar Park. questions sent up to him. His anTioton. Karle Park, ilr.lnd Mrs. ew r to each and all were pointed Dave Richardson, Mr. and Aw. Amos with brilliant wit and brought down Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Tps. Wi!- - th" house. Tho music, which was a nams. llie follow m" comrn to the delightful feature of the evening's band: Bert Powell, Joe Gar- er, Ed. was furnished by Jacolis, Oliver Bolts CD. Mill, Elmer thnt expert violinist, Mr. W. P. White. Dolph White, Thos. jV'allace, SuMes, aralsted on the piano by Mies ..has. Park Otner Powell. Enge Busby, Htirufleld, his .and Herbert Aebcrafr, 3Iontie Po 11, Sem Mi-- n Llzzf Fceney. B. ZeeJ)avu, in tl lg to ex-pm ; : - It is a common Just after the parade last Friday, two "gay old boys" were inspecting the gaudy circus posters on the near the post-offiand their comments were both spicy and entertaining. These "old boys" still retain some of their youthful impulse as evidenced by these remarks: "I never have lost my love for the circus, and I will be one among the first to apply for tickets when the show opens. The sight of these circus bills revives many pleasing memories of the limes when Dave Freeman, Billy Owens and others nsed to get up before breakfast and walk out several miles to meet the incoming caravan. I am soveral years over 21, yet I am just as fond of the sawdust ring, red lemonade and the 'only big circus on earth' as any boy in Richmond." And as he cast a wink at the female bareback rider the old gentleman actually attempted to dance the "can-can,- "' bnt'with indifferent success. bill-boar- ds ce if she needs persuasion, to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This truly wonderiul medicine has cured hundreds of women after the best physicians have failed. It has been in constant use and tested every day for thirty years. It isn't an experiment, there are no chances That Rovtdyism At The Livingston Deoot. about it. It is a ceitaiu cure for all weakness, irregularities and The Kentucky Colonel, the spiightly displacements of internal organs pecusept-1-lpaper published' at Livingston, the junc- liar to women. tion where passengers lie over and Insurgent natives won another victory change care for Louisville or Knoxville, makes the subjoined comment upon the over the British in India. complaint printed in the Climax last Iako tho Host of Yoursolf. week. The attention of the Piesideut of the L. & N. has been called to the It is the dnty of every man to make necessity of preserving better erder at the mo.--t of himself. Whatever his capthis oint, and the Colonel will doubt- acities may be, he is sure to find some less greet with pleasure any effort made place where he can be useful to himself to preserve the peace and good name of and to others But he cannot reach his the town. The Colonel says: highest usefulness without good health "The article from theJRicbinond Cli- and he cinuot have rood health without max is too true, in part. That is, one pure blood. The blood circulates to every night last week, as we understand, thOre organ and tissue and when it is pure, rich was a display of rowdyism at the depot and healthy it carries health to the entire when the night trains came in, though it system, but if it is impure it scatters disis the only complaintlwe have heard of ease wherever it flows. Hood's Sarsapar-ill- a in months. Rowdyism crops out everyis the one true blood purifier. It where occasionally as Richmond cau cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, truthfully testify for itself. Yet that is and rheumatism becauso these no excuse or justification for rowdyism diseases have their origon in the blood. sept-1-land ruffianism at any other point They are inexcusable and indefensible where-eve- r Dr. George F. Simpson has decided to they occur and the authorities should inflict a punishment that will make the race for school trustee. vindicate the law and the Memory is a little treacherous now and good name of the town." then, and causes one to forget some The Register Office Burned. things worth remembering, unless one The gasoline tank attached to the en- has an experience like that which came gine at the Register office exploded on to Mr. D. E. East, Moffatt's Creek, Wednesday morning last at two o'clock and caused the destruction of a large Va.. who says "I had been suffering for portion of the outfit of the office, par- years with a torpid liver and found no ticularly type cases, paper and rollers. relief until I took Simmons Liver RegThe office had been engaged all week ulator when I was entirely relieved of in issuing the Woman's Edition, and my troubles. I never intend being withwas about finishing the work, having It just staitcd ou the last Iform. The en- out Simuions Liver Regulator." gine was working badly and foreman) Winstes, of the British House Baron Bradshaw went back to examiue it. He turned the feed valve and instantly an of Lords, is dead. explosion occurred which hurled him Dangerous Drinking "Wator. back against a type cabinet aud scattered Death lurks in impure water It breeds the oil over the room. The ceiling was covered with cheese cloth which burned diseases, often in epidemic form. like tinder, whilst everything touched The first symptom is looseness of the by the oil was charred. The room is very long and the type in the front was bowels. These diseases are checked by sept-1-li- n not injured hut was rendered useless by taking Foley's Colic Cure, the loss of so much belonging to it iu Tue Elizabothtowu graded school bethe other end of the department. How-Mr- . Bradshaw- - escaped is a mystery. gins next Monday, with Prot A. R. The cabinet against which he fell was Thomas as principal. burned through, typo around him was Bonfield. 111., Aug. 14, 1S93. melted into slugs, and the rollers on the "I am subject to Cramps and Colic, presses ran down like molasses. The tire department extinguished the flames and have used many remedies, but find but not until the store below, occupied Foley's Colic Cure beats them all. W. by Wallace & Rice, was deluged with sept-1-lwater and the stock of shoes, etc, L. Yeates." blackened by the smoke. The loss to Newton Wilcoxsen, a desperate negro, the Register, which was fully insured, was assasinated s homo near Glaswill not be over 53,500. Messrs. Wal- gow. . lace and Rice had only $3,000 insurance on $9,000 worth of goods, having just Nccccssity-N- o A Eonshold opened $4,000 worth. To the Register family should be without Foley's fire was a blessing in disguise, which the they admit, as the major portion of their Colic Cure, for all bowel complaints. sept-1-loutfit was very old and worn and needed replacing with new. A reunion of Federal soldiers w ill be The Woman's Edition, so near completion, was scorched, but this did nut held at Ilodgensville on September 10 deter them as the Climax finished print- and 11. ing the issue which came out on time. The Ladles. djs-peps- ia m in-him A. Q. Riddeli, Jr., returned from East Borustadt Inst week violently ill of typhoid fever, and went at once to the home of hia father, A. Q. Riddeli, at RiceStation, Estill county. Here he died on Saturday and his parents, unwilling to have their son buried, telegraphed Messrs. Buchanan & BiggerBtau", this city, for a metallic coffin, which are rarely kept in stock anywhere- The firm replied that they had a cedar casket, solid copper-lineand shipped it at once. The young man's parents desired to keep the corpse in their parlor and would not at first allow anyone to touch it, .so great was their "grief over their loss. However, they were persuaded trH have the body prepared for the casket and it was carefully placed in the handsome case. The" head of the dead boy swelled up to such an extent that both glasses over the face were broken, and the body so decomposed that friends persuaded the old Tolks to allow it to be buried, which was done on Sunday in the presence of a largo crowd. d, Are much in little; always ready, emclent, satisfactory ; prerent a cold or. fever, cure all Ilrrr llli, tick head. Hood' ch, two-yea- Sarsaparilla. it 40!S Perfect Fitting, Jaundice, eoimlpaUon, etc. Price 25 cents. 11 The only to take with Uood' SarsaparUla. r Pills ng The establishment of a bank iu Athens, Fayette county, is in contemplation. Everybody has a celil sometime your turn will come. Keep a battle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey at hand and be .prepared for an emergency. This fa mous remedy will cure a cold before it gets fairly started. The sooner you take it the sooner yon get well. It ganized Fast Buttons. Elastic Waist Bands. Hold VfvN' STORE 9 old child in Wyoming was A carried away by a lion. The man who stands idlv by and sees the life fading out of his wife's face sees her health going, sees her becom-miold and faded and wrinkled when she should still be in the perfect enjoyment of vigorous, useful health, is either less than a man or else does not know of the one remedy which will bring her back to health and stength. Perhaps her husband cannot persuade her to go to her doctor,, because she naturally dreads the inevitable "examinations" and ''local treatments." He can persuade her, MP. 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 H n ! J A new military company will be at Lexington tonight. or- Double Seat Baldness is either hereditary or caused by sickness, mental exhaustion wearing tight-fittin- g hats, and by over-wor- k and trouble. Hall's Renewcr will prevent it. KND Double Koee. winter. Call apd See Then) A New Line of Dark Percales', Prett' Ducks and Lad I r It The School Superintendent's office in Bell countv is vacant. No appetite? Then do not try to force food down, but use the most scientific means for restoring tone to the stomach. How? Why, by taking Ayer's Sarsapar- illa, and iu a surprisingly short time, your appetite will come again, nnd come to stay. It All Suitings just week. opened this 'i the roads in Scott county but one are free. A dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral taken in time has prevented many a fit of sickness and saved numerous lives. This proves the necessity of keep this incomparable medicine where it can be readily reached at all hours of the day and Look for our Fall Announcement, we have some good things for our customers this Make a note of this and watch for the announceseason. night. " It ment. Respt., James N. Nolan, former Controller of the State of Tennessee, is dead. Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. 10c. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-ly YT jLs OLDHAM & COMPANY. vr it. September 7 will he Iowa Day at the Tennessee Centennial. Practlso Economy, In buying medicine as in other matters. It is economy to get Hood's Sarsaparilla is more medicinal value iu Hood's Sarsaparilla than in any other. Every bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla contains 100 doses and will average, taken acconling to directions, to last a mouth, while others last but afortuight. btcause thero M Hood's Pill3 are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy and yet efficient. It The Democratic primary comes off in Rowan county next Saturday. Tetter, Salt-Rheum I White 6t.. m .-G- I GREAT Is now on. MID-SUMM- ER Tho intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases havo been permanently cured by it. It is cqnally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. and Eczema. ibson f 1 ii it vs Our New Departure is meeting with the approvof a generous public. Same price to every one and al CASLT in ever instance. 'V4 sal l si: ft PLEADERS NOTICE the rare bargains we are oilering for just what a horse needs when in bad Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in uso to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 3enta per package. condition. Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are The fall term of the Kentucky Court of Appeals begins Sept. 20th. Don't thiuk because you are sick and nothing seems to give you relief that you can't be cured. There must be a cure for you somewhere. If your doctor can't cure you, perhaps he has mistaken the cause. Anybody is liable to make a mistake sometimes. One in three of us suffer from indigestion, and one out of three dyspeprics doesn't know it. That is, he may know-his sick, but he blames it to something else. Indigestion is, the causo of half of our dangerous diseases. Shaker Digestive Cordial, made from tonic mediciual rootsind herbs, is most natural cure for indigestion. It relieves the symptoms and cures the disease gently, naturally, efficiently, giving fresh life, strength and health to sick dyspeptics. All druggists. A trial bottle for 10 cents. e S En Ladies9 ft Fine Goods,, Men & Boys... $1.00, $5.00, SGOO.S7 50. m 1 m A suit 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 are deceptive, but there's nothing false in our suits. The sale on now is to decrease stock No reserve. and they must go. Genuine Bargains Suite at $3.50, plicated for twice the money other places. Can't bo du- The Woman's Edition. The Vomau'8 Edition of the Register, lor the benefit of the Infirmary, appeared .ast Friday and was the most sought after paper in town that day. It came out iu spite of trials and tribulations, aud though the hem of its garments were scuiched by the big fire, it lost none of its virtue by theordeai through which it passed It jas edited and managed by some of our leading society ladie., aud its success is due to their efforts, with the assistance of the Register office, w here it was issued. The Woman's Edition of the Kentucky Register for the benefit of the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary, was issued this morning on iime, notwithstanding the alarming fire widely occurred there just as the The Lexington Leader Bays of it: The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To get the true aud genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Company, printed near the responsiable druggists. sept-1-lm 0!& HiffffHfii ft parvest of Straw n The East Is Our Market. In a city is queer. But we're, cutting vv5 i The Fellowship Baptist Association in Auderson county called upon Br. Whit-s- i (km w&ml i g special edition was going to press. A copy received at this office shows a very bright and interesting paper, with some of the moct brilliant women of that attractive Httle city on the editorial stair and committees, and are here given: Editor-in-chiMrs. Jason Walker. Associate Editor Miss Lucia Burnam. Local Editor Mrs. David Chenault. Society Editor Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith. Interviewer Miss Lucy Crow. Committee on Publication Mrs. Mary Williamson, Mrs. Mary B. Clay, Misses Miuva Phelps and Margaret Par-risef h. 11-l- m -- &, Committee on Advertising Mrs. Thos. Thorpe, Mrs. T. T. Covington, Mrs. J. W. Zaiing, Miss Mary Spencer Smith, Miss Lila Chenault, Mrs. Dr. John Foster, Miss Florence Hood. Finance Committee Mrs. T. J. Smith, Miss Kate Walker. Tne articles stories and short items in this Woman's Edition are of great interest and show much careful thought iind quick and ready wit. See extracts on Arst page of Climax. H-- d . " - Bister-in-la- sales. 1 I 1 I ". TvrJkamer. f- - ' . ; " " ,S J. - . FOB SALE. Spain is arranging to secure another sentative audience than was gathered loan. Two thorouehbredstallion8. Elkwood there 011 Tuesday night in response to -T- RUSTWORTHY ANT) (Suburban winner), "Dunboyne," both the notice that Miss Georgia Ray Mac ACTIVE gentlemen or ladles to Millan would give an elocution recital, travel for responsible, established winners. For particulars write to PETER POSTPLL,. and it is not too much to say that the ma houso in Kentucky. Monthly, $05.03 ny dramatic and musical critics anu all and expenses. Position steady. InfHopkinsville; Ky;, augll-2others present were unanimous in their erence. Enclose s e 1 ressed excellence ofthe performpraiaeofthe stamped envelope. The Dominion ance. The program was interspersed Company, Dopt. W. Chicago, n, Elizabeth with piano solos by 3Iiss septl 8-a jrifted sister, whose renditions situation to srardon divided the honors cf tho evening. Miss lirANTED. MacMillan's recitals were uniformly exthe sharii for 1898. l.nd clear with pearl water bucket cliarm.cellent and surprised everybodvj inas of ,wpods"Jiridja small house" to livjnn." wtriakileh much as'wo have-rarel- y Jiau local talent 'JO . vear exiterience. . Call "a. v. combs, lo appear in public.-- such ,ad vantage 1 fggff- ?- ' t f.w .." tJ ji - i r f. i m , d! Miss MacMillan's Elocuiion Recital. There Jijos rarely assembled in tho spacious court room a larger or more repre- tt to resign; "My boy came home from school one day with his hand badly lacerated and bleeding, and suffering great pain." says It Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.' Drug Co., St Liouis, Mo. "I dressed the Buckwheat is a first class egg produc wound, and applied Chamberlain's 1'ain er. Balm freely. All pain ceased, and in a ETcrybody Saj-- So. remarkably short time it healed without Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonleaving a Bear, For wounds' spraius, derful medical dfscovcrvof the age, p.eas-a.swellings and rheumatism', I know of no aiid refreshing to tbo taste, act gently medicine or prescription equal to it, I and positively ou kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire systnn, dispel colds, consider it a household necessity." The curo Iicadacbe, fovcr, liabitunl constipation buy 23 and 50 cent sizes for sate by W. G. and biliousness. Pleaso SO and try a box of C C. C. 10, 25, cents. Hold and 'sept-1-lWhite Richmond Ky. guaranteed to cure by'all druggists. Dr. James W. Procter, of Mt. Sterling, Geese aud ducks should be will soon remove to Lexington aud open before killing. dental parlors. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, It Saves tho Croupy Children. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. have a splendid sale Seaview, Vi.-may5 lyr on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, aud far and near, our customers comingjrom Jato hatched turkeys can be given a speak of it in the highest terms. Many free range earlier thau tho early hatchhave eaid that their cbildreu would have ed. died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough Mrs. Williamson will reopen her SelRemedy had not been giveu. Kellam ect Primary School at herhomo on Sev& Onrren. Tho 25 and 50 cent sizes for in September. enth st. the sale dy W. G. White Richmond Ky. Your patronage is Bolicled. june-SO-t- f ut y; m first-Monda- Men's Working Pants GENTS, CENTS. peo- There aro shoe stores which keep one or two of the shoos we have, but there are none that keeps the variety in foot wear which inaKes our estaoiislinient tlie mecca for all who aro looking for fit and excellence of quality nnd worl -manship. Seo our $1 .25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2. Shoes 25 that other shoo stores aru asking 25 por cent, more money -- Yit' for. amw& i: Jm . nz .. Staw Hats and the harvest is here a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. -- Shoes In Every At one price to all alike. StyJ. M fl What's Your Need ? "I'll take the neck or nothing said the collar to the cuff." "Well, I'll beclose to hand," replied the cuff, and A choice, JkUlUfe The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. Men's i mm rte Look at these Rrices s Suits for $2.50 worth $3.00 lilen's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 sept-1-lr- n Men's Shoes 80 cents. Ladies' Shoes 80 cents. A Beautiful Lirje of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Go.tton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings !) cents a jard'upv. , : Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to $1. v l iX HV-- l Wl JUU. Straw Mattingii from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. Boy's Knee Pa'at Suits 49 cents. jr ivy vV VK, v. lit Bargains Vwvl so they were satisfied. Thatf s the way with our customers, no matter what their fancy may dictate, we please them": Underwear. Hosiery, Neckwear and Shirts of every description and at prices that can't be reached by others. Novv-- 1 ' 93 Mac-Miiia- w LOST -- ! n If tH E N M - Bargains Foreverl YQftK S90.R P, " For Good Values I IV- - at Low Prices See -- . -- ' ftffi ' irWMiriigw, ifc&j&fiiBIHIi9HHMHSBEHlHH w" " wT WW nm n mm ! J it 4 -- fULSaXaauSEIlinHiBdHKaailHIIIBBiBHIHISKRKaluHB New Kentucky i'estzuasters. Hie Latest New GotninonweulUi. From All Xart of th.0 YOUR WATCH DESPERATE DEED. Dan Hayes Deliberately Shoots Shoo Dealer sTIlN; cso .fc5 -- Martin at l'roslonsliurj;. PUKSTONbiiriio, llnycs entered Martin, pretending to buy Ky., Aug. 80. Dan the store of Jolin pair of shoes. While Martin was getting change from the safe Hayes drew a revolver ind demanded hib money. Martin told him to wait a minute and turned to struck Martin in the forehead, the ball ranging out at the side. A posse of men scoured the woods and captured Hayes at Hull Creek, two miles from here, and lodged him in jail. Martin is severely wounded. Hayes Is about 28. Stole His Mother's Cow. IHT.NA Vista, Ky., Aug. U0. Ellsworth McGrnw and Berty Holsingcr jet the keys, when Hayes tired and is a most delicate mechanism. It neeilb attention. It pays to have a good watch first of all. Then it pays to keep it in perfect order. A watch needs cleaning every hix months as much as does your face every day. Its pores fret clogged. We are expert 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 some very fine, solid gold watches, of the best makes, for iow prices. Delighted to show them to you and to talk watch to you. I have a full stock of everything in the jewelry line that we are offering you at big bargains. We are clearing out our ladies bolts at cost. Have bomething new in a silver cleaner. J). V. ARMER, je30-t- y The Main St. Jeweler. Educate FOR A are fugitives from justice and warrants are out for their arrest. MeOruw is a deNperate character and has done time for bhooting his own brother. Young Ilolsinger has respectable parents who own a little farm three miles south of Becoming hard up for this place. money, young Ilolsinger was persuaded by McGruw to steal a young cow from llolfiinger's own mother, which he did. They took the animal to and sold it for SIS. Ilolsing-er'- s parents will have both boys prosecuted. rg Vnt WnRcs Weekly Instead of Monthly. Ow KNtUiono, Ky., Aug.30. struck on account of dissatisfaction as to the time of paying oil. They are satisfied with the li, cent rate, but want weekly instead of monthly settlement. Each mine employes about 40 men, and the dillercnces will probably be adjusted to the satisfaction of both sides. The Victim M .V Die. 30. Dan HarLorisvn.T.B, Ky., Sunday ris, a motorman. was night, charged with cr;M ial assault. It is allege.! that he entio.,-- : ituby an I Varum Kerry, four and six y t.- - ot ago respectively, into an alley and a vaulted the former. Tho children arj d n "lis iters of Mr. Hiram liorry. lt.au, at the Deanefleld and Thompson coal mines at Deanefleld, Ohio county, hare The miners .uv BotMeeplng.Businsss, PHONOGRAPHY, Type-Writi- ur--.ti- s-l Situation Telegraphy JEjjBtti KPFCOPnuunta. jute WILBUR R. SMITH, For circular of bit famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY 'k badly mangled an 1 there arj duuola Ut her reovery. entertained a-- , LEXINCTON, KY., Awarded JlrUal at World' Exposition. Refers to thousand of craduate in positions. tout of Full Bniinru Courer. including Tuition, Books and board in family about Shoitiaud.Type-'Wnbfi- g , and Telegraphy , Specialties. t At the August term of the Letcher circuit court, at Whiteslrarg. a novel indictment was returned against Solomon Ilatei, of Koclchwise. It is alleged that Hates plneed pin- in the seat.s of u ISaptUt church in the coma.uaity in which ho Sui'.oknt, - ln in the 1'cuh. Ky., Aug. 30. KiPThe Kentucky Tnirersity Diploma under seal, warded craduales Literary Course free, if desired. oaemtlon. Enter now Graduates successful. i order to Acre vomr letter Track f addrrs only, WILBUR R.SMITH. LEXINGTON, KY. anglf-- 6 resides. IioU"cfcre.iler Arrest eil. All l'ADl CAH, Iv ., A Jg. 30. Henry I'ing-ham wa arrcstJ h;t-- Sun lay on the charge of breiking into a houw at Union Cltv. Tenn. His wife is under arrest at MayfieH for stealingS135 from under the pillow of a dead man, whom e cl THE "DOT . ABB she had been nurinj-- . WUAOr Tjbaeco Warehouse Hurnrd. Ky . Aui. so T1k tobacco warehouse o' .Ien!iins . Fryer FiMonn, Price, $5,00 IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE been thoroughly tested by THIS washer has and Madison county famiman Richmond w ithout a rival for efflies, aud stands iciency, simplicity, durability and cheapness. Thousands of ladies in all parts of the country arc using tins maschine, and declare it to be the only washer that has relieve a them from to-d- burned to the ground, destroying all the tobacco on hand. Loss alxiut S20.000, partly insured. The origin of the fire is unknown. DUhI at the A30 of 04 Ytir-Jamestown, Ky., Auj. 30. .Tames Mclvlnney. aged 04 years, die here f general debility. He was totallv bbn for 23 years, but was one of Hu.sseil county's , most beloved citizens. . wu.s . 1 o-- 1 I'hysiclan Seriously Hurt. IU'spellvili-k- . Ky.. Aug. 30. V. Dr. G. drudgery of wash day. "We rs will sell it with the positive guarantee that it will give satisfaction, or the money will be refunded. Harper, a prominent phyaiciun, fell window Sunday night from a and was seriously injured. He hd an nttiiek of vertigo. Death of nn Ajjpd Miser. MoSTGOMKIlV,y'Al:u, Aug. M. A tele- m gram from Xcw York brings news of the death of Thomas Huzzy, the aged Montgomery miser, who recently beRichmond, Kv., July 3. 18C came helpless and exhausted on the. I have purchashed a "bus llee" Washer from Mr. It I. Langfonl, aud ni7 wife gac it streets of that city with S33.000 ieas,h Mrs. a trial and is much pleased. It does the work and securities on his person. jwrfectly and is not tiresome. Harriet Mitchell, a great niece, and a UEV. J W HILL. man named t Jray, a great nephew, both The aboie is one of rnauy testimonials in this city. Among our references we of Brooklyn, will inherit the old mans refer to the prvprietors of The Climax, who wealth, which is estimated to "be in the have purchased washers and are well pleased neighborhood of 8100,000. He was w ith them formerly a shoemaker, and had lived $5.00 Remember the Price Is 0nl, here f ot 30 years and in abject poverty. Every washer is w arraiited for five years, and if any part gives out within that time, we will replace it free of charge For further particulars call on or address augll-3- B. P. LAKGFORD, If Box 9S, Richmond, Ky. R, N. !. & B, B. B. Time Table No. 29, Takiug Effect Sunday, May 2, 180C. 2d Class. No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 1st Class. No. No-!-- east bouxd. 3 Versailles Nicholasvillu Valley View Million Richmond.. Union Moberlev. llrassfietd Panola A. M. 10 20 11 00 11 25 11 40 11 P.M. 6 7 8 8 8 57 36 00 13 30 A.M. 8 55 10 12 10 55 11 20 11 48 12 50 1 05 2 00 2 15 3 20 shown the Colorado dispatch tolling of the finding of a bundle of clothes supposed to belong to John Edmunds, the Pike's Peak murder suspect, in jail here. Chief of Police Hayes said that when arrested the prisoner wore a bran new suit of underclothing. A warrant for Edmunds" arrest was received Saturday morning from the sheriff at Colorado Springs. When told of It Edmunds declared he would not return to Colorado until compelled to. New Yohk, Aug. 30. Mrs. Annie Nbe, of Brooklyn, shot her child, George, in the back and then attempted sviicide by cutting her wrist with a carving knife. The child died in a few hours. Mrs. Noe, who was not She fceriously injured, was arrested. stated that she had been driven to the act by her husband's abusive treatment, Mr. Noe said that he had always treated his wife kindly and he believed that she was insane. ld Tlc rikcV Peak Murder. Kansas Citt, Mo., Aug. 30. When Kills Her Child and Attempts bulclde. P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 16 30 35 1 05 53 P.M. . . Irvine wist bound. Irvine Panola . ISrassHeld No7 2 T NoT4 NoT"8"T NoTlO Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. P.M. 1 30 P. M. 3 10 I A. M Meberiey Union Richmond.. Million Willey View Nicholasville. Versailles AH C 1 55 2 00 2 11 2 17 2 S i 4 28 40 5 10 5 15 5 40 A Reduction in Wages. 500 C 3 30 6 31 6 58 7 55 4 00 4 15 4 40 3 30 5 30 5 57 .. 48 8 35 A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C X O. &T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. HOCK, Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS, Superintendent. Ratok, N. M., Aug. SO. Notice has l)ecn posted at the Blossburg coal minet operated by the Haton Coal and Cokt Co., of a reduction of ten per cent, it wages to take effect September 1. The price now paid for mining is 03 ccnti per ton, but as the men arc employee only part of the time they claim they can not live at the reduced rate. Tlie Cycle Lebanon m All of thealphabctusfara the word "JoiMer" of the Oxford (Murray) Kiijr-lis- h dictionary is now completed, ami much vmlt has been done ui) tho let-le- r G. li aud !C. Handsomest '97 C53fe BICYCLE Manufactured. y Price, $7C.OO. ; w Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 Manufactured by li. &u. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. ? ? i.r & ..-.H- O E - O PATS THE.. FREIGHT. . . TOU IPAT FOR THE . . At this moment thousands of men are standing at the cross-road- s of life. Death in the guise of a foolish ambition coaxes them to take one road, while health, and happiness in the form of wife and babies coax them to take the other. For the sake of a few added dollars will they continue to over-woi- k and neglect the commonest precautions for the preservation of health, or will they listen-tlore and reason and drawback before it is too late? A man may do almost any amount of good, hard work if he will take care of his health and when he feels out of sorts will take the, right remedy. flesh builder and The great blood-matenerve tonic is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is the hard . woikerb' medicine. It corrects all disorders of thc digestion, invigorates the liver, purifies the blood and tones and steadies the nerves. It makes the appetite hearty and brings reireshicj sleep.. Thousands of hard-woeis owe their lives to it and haye said so over their signatures. Druggists all sell it and nil substitutes axe frauds. "I was taken with erysipelas, in ray hands and went to the doctor," writes Mrs'. Lena Baamzart-ne- r, of Jay.'Charlerobr. CoVich. "He-saia he r, rk DRINKS m-mim- m rr-v- v- ( m. could not cure me. Be gave me medicine to ease me but the disease spread all over my bodyV I took two tsotUes ofthe Golden Atedical Discnv. cry ami t of the F(WorHc;,tTrcripUon and, era entirely enred. I have a boy three wcelra old." I'waff heltriets two or three juonthi befere ooa-- ti !((' tiiit after taldsnr the ' Favorite fnsetiu. todo my wattaiog' iarte-dj1 lrabie i eWNs Jtoow . Julien Gordon (ilra. Van Kensselaer Lester has investigated the Institution to which the ExCruger) has used for her last novel t d 'for Children located pectant Mother is rherc. The commissioners ngree with CoL Btudyof New York, Ncwpoitand Boston' M. Ij. Word, removed; Brooks, Bullitt exposed tmd the LrfisTCr inai a citange of the superinlife, which promises to lm read with county, .1. W. Sanders, vice T. P. forebodingtendent is necessary. It is understood wide interest by all who nro interested Sanders, removed; Buel, McLean which she looks that thc commissioners have been try in Amerk-afasliioiiahlo life- No one . .More- county, u u Mann, vice J. 3K ing to get rid of Superintendent Huff ktiowa to the b the society ol tliete tiiree centens county, hour of woman's iiciui reiiigncu; iiyrou, for some time, and have practically of fashion better tlinnMre. Cruger. Fnin Margaret Be'ngc, vice S. J. Benge, retaken the management of the asyluin moved; Flat Lick, Knox county, L. It. severesirtrial. All her girUiood up she haa had every out of hit, hands. effort ' should be Smith, vice M. K. Coone, resigned; Mrs. Huff has been removed from tho unity to olwerve, one we hnve had Parkers Lake, Pulaski county, J. J. made to smooth position of matron and the no American woiiiuu of moie brilliant Strunk, vice J. C. Parker, removed; these rug-g-eof Dr. Huff has been removed as super- powers, not only of reading tlie liuaian Raleigh, Union county, C A. Hngar, places in life's 11 s f visor of the institution. Several other of putting her impressious in vice John Cisscl, remove.!; Rock Haven, officials of minor importance have been heart, but pathway for her. Meade county, S. O. Downs, vice llay-de- n removed within the past few weeks', defightful fashion. Miles, resigned. A charmingly fresh MassachiiFctts girl For the Immediate Belief and there is some talk of the grand jury Melon btcalent l'oioncd. nd Positivo Cure ot investigating the affairs of the asylum. is bacritied in her j out h to the nmbiiion Loui6Vii.LB, Ky., Aug. 23. A special Inspector Lester has not yet filed a re- of a "rich marriage." Deprived of love, to the Courier Journal from Paducah, allaj's Nervousness, and so assists port, but will do so in a few days, and she throws hervelf into the race for social Ky., says: The meager particulars of a Nature that the change goes - lor- . if. i. Krnd hi - ..... .b.m.. flir, nrw a... " !' leadership, and we follow for twenty wholesale 'Case of poisoning have waiu in itu. eiay iuomici, wuuuu. pointment of an entire new bot of ofli- years, with interest, the reached the city from Calloway county. such violent protest in the way of cers for the institution. -Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing. career of this able aud beautiful woman Eight persons are reported to have .Nausea, Headachej .btc bloomy Kills Ills Son liy Mistake. 2 So. per 1o3C. been poisoned bv eating a melon stolen forebodings, Lf.xingto.n-- , Ky., Aug. 24. Richard as bhe captures ontpost after outpost, failyield to cheerful and Fox Sale by au. Druggists. from a neighbor's patch. Sevenof tho hopeful anticipations she passes Hacon, a prominent farmer residing on ing in Boston only to change her base of number are dead and the eighth in a R. H. HONSTOGK CHEfnlOAL CO., Jion- - operations to Eugland, and then attack- -i six tniies irom critical condition. The report which through the Ordeal quickly and o'clock mistook his son HANNIBAL, MO. g the nmin works of the enemy at ! V without pain is left strong and reached here Friday has been confirmed and so ou to Newport, and finally may26-6r- a by.sirailar reports by wire Friday night vigorous enabled to joyously capitulation of 30"!on from Murray and Dexter. The names perioral uie uign anu noiy auues Mllber plhU)1 fatally woundin? hiuj beholds the of none of the victims could be secured UUW UCVU1VCU I'l'lie lirst chaplersopeu iu the ScpUni- vJd.lGl.jr UpOli UCU Thcbovhad brought home some fresh Friday nighty O VH We want bright X to life of both is assured by the meat and had been in the cellar, where Cosmopolitan. 3Iurtlerel Wlillo Asleep. v business men QnOO V he put it away. The father was awakuse of "Mother's Friend," and L0UI8VII.1.K, Ky., Aug. 38. Newton ened by the noise and getting out ol DID YOU KNOW THAT. the time of recovery shortened. Wileoxsen, a desperate Negro, was asbed reached sassinated in his home near (Hasgowby "I know ono lady, the mother of three children, son emerged the back porch just as thc from thc cellar and fired KreUlv In the birth of each, Our factory on Laurel Street in an unknown person. Wileoxsen was who sulToredbottlo of 'llolhert Friend' ofwho on him. me obtained a Munlerers in Sain are garroted, in is now running, ami we arc in bed asleep and was shot through a before her f onrth coaCncmcnt. and was relieved France guillotined, iu Kentucky they prepared to till onlersfortibtof thquickly. All agree that their labor was shorter lioth Killed in a Cotnlmt. window. He belongs to a notorious MONARCH CYCLE CO., m and lees painful" JonN G. romiLL, llacon.Ga. Midiilesuoro, Ky., Aug. 21. It is re- are pardoned ? family. At one time he entered anSent br Mail, on receipt of price. $1.00 PER ported here that Geo. II. Steel, ex 0! Uckaori," 11 other Negro's house and kicked a dead BOTTLfc. BookTO EXPECTANT MOTUEKb" New York Chicago London. W child out of its coflin.- - He was also mailed free, containing valuable Information sheriff, ami Sam Young, deputy shcriil By voting for Shackelford thc Demo of Leslie county, were both killed in. a and voluntary testimonials. tried here some tinivS ago for attemptcombat at Hyden Monday. Both men crats ol Kentucky will cmnh.ibiz': the THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA.GA U. C." ed assault on a white girl in this counBOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. fought to desperation, and both fell fact that they are DvuiovrutK. Voting ty, but was finally released for want of aprl4-l- y dead by the fifth round. Young had for Iliutliiiaii helps the enemy. See? positive identification by the girL ol Jacks" three bullets through him and lived Kentucky Pensioner. two hours. Both were prominent. DONE WITH POLITICS. Washington-- , Aug. 2S. The followSteel was a Democratic leader and Short crops in other countries eauM?r ilrands, thrHyrade. We can save yoi Dr. Hunter buys Ilu llus 1IMU Hhubutly ing Kentuekians were pensioned FriYoung a Republican leader, and they an increase in the pii e ot wheal iu una trial order; you wil noiiev TroHteil. G1YES THE CONSUMER SASHCTIOK, day: Original Alexander Vaughan, HIGH GRADE WORK Kipp I.tuivn.i.E, Ky., Ang. 0. Dr. AV. quarreled over politics. but there is little comfort n. e trl.td with our products. Gap; Felix Boyd, Wallonia; Fred-iric- k Flat tally ple.ised to hear Ironi iimtitry inerConsequently Is best for the Dealer to handle The .Southern Pacific Flies a Ilrlef. T.schaincr, Henderson; Peter Godfrey Hunter will probably letlru ibis t the working man. His w.ies ate Iian'H. FKAKroKT, Ky., Aug. 24. Attorneys permanentli' from politics. Me made Aihjr. YrciloatA; Asborr May, Perry-villWhite Ross. thit important announcement Wednes- for the Southern Pacific have filod a not increased, ami yet he must pay tli special August 19, William West, BUGGIES, and day in discussing the reported employ, brief to their demurrer to the state's increased piico of Hour, if he .ets anv. t. 40 Ijcxington. Renewal Seth hcott, Kiciimonh. Kv. Inereue William Stewart, mm: hyhimof A T. Ilenl. late djuty suit for several hun Ired thousand dol- Tne consumer pays the prvli's as nell sir nun :il, in Ids interest for United lars due for franchise tax and penalties the tax. DR. PEPFER'S William II. H. Chandler, Scotts-villefor failure to make annual reports. It tita.1 - enator to suceetd Scuatoi Llud-taGeorgo Simmons, t'lifty; 3kL-TAHS- Y luorning paper stated that holds that theirs is not a Kentucky E0AD WAGONS, AUiTork Russell. Reissue Fletcher This is not a good time for side z Herd v h now traveling-oveElvn5ov.RV. VF.VRiiexu llic statu corporation in so far as exercising any . Land. Atterson. Original Widows f Ane,rcnaboaid5Hf rvUot turrit?' ill in the i. .t .'rest, of Dr. liimtoi. and that of its corporate franchise in this state and independents in xilitie. Take your I'lpre- rd. cct.Ito, naj-tor tviinfn t vc. Nancy Polk, Dycusburg. '.Jkj ij ii:, turctiua.uwucdtjUTerftO.OOi the younij man was booming the is concerned, that they owe no franmcdiriueslrafclit. There sre only two lJiri. DOVETAIL COMPANY Factory, VrolKihlj- I'utnlly Ilnrnrl. chise tax, and that any punishable great parties iu this country. One or ctindldaey for senator. . K p"rr. in jH.r bj, sirall lo SL 4c li Si t UZ.2X Paducah, Ky., Aug. 23. Mrs. Lucy san n w k n l mv vt i it-- , in. .ld!? r reeled p.aiu wrnpir. Scud w :i ..-.."I wish ynu would say for me," said lailurc to report has been barred by the other must rule. Ono is the Demow.ww Manufacture Kl.ofner was probably fatally burned, fmioi'9 lur luiriicuiar ut rini Dr. HunU-r- , ai re 00 'that Air. Ileid is nut In limitation. ' 'Y', VL.AaSCI - ITKK.:ntlU." undertook to kindle a fira with ny employ und was never my privutu r ju. thl, cratic party, the other is the Kepublicui DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IH THE WRiTL (.ouUiille Dlmnoml Jlystor.r. n z. coal oil in her kitchen stove. The can beefptary Sold hy Ii'ichn.oml Drui: Co. and tt party. Choose between tho nominees of candiLorisvii.LK, Ky., its stated. was Llown into a string of tin and Mrs. date for United Mates am not a to suc- dence of Mrs. Alary Aug. 21. The resireuul.ir organizitions, vide for the U. While. senatur Tyler, Third street, thibe ir.ay 6 Pm was burned upon the face, ceed Senator Lindsay, and am not now ill the aristocratic part of the city, was nominee, and do not str.ir after inde neck and breast. The llebh rose in in polttifh at all. L'nless my looted Sunday and KtW-k'V''- ' great blisters and the skin broke open. changes am done with jHillties mind The stolen property20isdiamonds stolen. peudeiitH, iM'lters and the like. Close up forvalued at S2.000. the ranks. In attempting to extinguish his wife's ever, for 1 have beeu treated very SOMETHING Detectives recovered two of the jewels bla.ing clothing tie husband was seriin a package in an express office. Chief Every ously burned on tho hands and arms. Hanger has attempted to suppress the The Frankfort Capital, a Republican WHEAT IN MERCER COUNTY. In 1'runlifort hluiply tm ISuMr.e. affair, and refuses to talk. paper, kivk : OUGHT TO 1'haxkkokt, Ky., Aug. 27. It tran- larun r Itolilin Tlu-lCrni Kxpc.tlng 'No honest Republican can indorse Julic' Aiutull.int Fined. Mill !IilitT l'rlrr. spires Friday that the visit of Levi C. Cohixtii, Ky., Aug. 24. S. D. Ncale the platform on winch Bailey was noin IlAitRODSiunto, Ivy., Aug. 'ill. Inciuiry l.oodale and Dr. T. P. White, of Cincinnati, to Frankfort Thursday had no among the wheat buycis reveals the was Alonday acquitted of the charge nated, and the nomin-- e will duitbtU ps igpolitical significance, as they were here fact that fiercer county prodmed this of "carrying concealed weapons." It nore tlie platform " season about 500,0UU bushels .or wheat. was decided that he carried his revolto provide for the entrance of the Mr. Bailey has but little dunce of an Union of Ohio into Of this amount 300,000 bushels Ir've ver openly. Xealc's wife was fined S75 election now, and he will hardly throw Fraternal lxn-sold and shipped off at pi. es for nssaulting Judge Alcake with a Kentucky fdr business as an assessment The insurance ranging from M cents to 51, the lit- buggy whip while her husband was in that away by imitating Hardin, who insurance company. court August 31. jumped ofT tlie platform on1 which lie commissioner bus the matter under ter (igure being reached last Sa' Sixty Thousand ItuthcW ut One Dollar. when 10,00(1 bushels wen; Imju lit was nominated and thertby lofit the consideration. D.Ufviu.E. Ky., Aug. 21. Cogar & election. We quite agree w ith the Capat that price. The fai ire Live I'm; In a Solid Ilock. HAZK&YII.I.E, Ky., Aug. 23. While keeping up with the market as uci. as fo. and Anderson & Spllman. of Danital that the Kentucky Republican platdigging a well on his farm near town, the buyers, and a gt eat many 6f i .em ville, have bought CO.O'XJ bushels of form of 1S97 is a repudiation of the bui-eihad wheat since Saturday noon at SI per Mr. Luke Hannon, a young farmer, refused to sell at SI. The "HAMILTON' platform as well as the Kentucky usliel, immediate delivery, and were found a live frog.at the depth of eight l miners out all day offering SI, but few sales were made. Wednesday thu price, offering the same price Monday morn- nlatiorm of ISOo but that will make but feet in solid rock. The frog was of a little difference with the bulk of the votv.hitish appearance, and when liber- had dropped to 0.1 cents, hut no trans ing. JlcICce Clcured of Murder. PKBVKNT "f to char(;e,, ers of the Republican party. They are ated hopped away as if pent up but a actions arc re"ported. Some farmers PUKW.ST dlpa1M orer account. LAWHKNCKiirr.o, K3, Aug. 24. Buck-ne- r juntas inconsistent as the Capital. It dav. It has worn a little sleek hole in are holding for SI 10 and feel sanguine FKKVKNY udsUike. of utl kindn. McKee was cleared at examining ACCUHATCL.Y rccurd ciwh sales, the rock, and there is no way of telling of getting it by September Judge rejects the platform, but supports fai- B&VE how long it had been there or how it .Inhii W. II ughfi sold his crop or I.0UJ trial Alonday of thc killing of James Ucy, MAKIi thre bills at one wrltlnc- is just as "hon and one transaction Co. Travis Sunday. The killing occurcd bushels Tuesday to D. N. Cogar came. UetO BV RETAH.CR3 EVERYWHERE. est" as the other. MtSterling at SI. over a dog belonging to Travis, that Wnie for arcular. Trolley Guard Invented. Di uiocrat. McKee's son had killed. Lkxinotos, Ky., Aug. 2S. A device WRECK ON THE l & N. Hamilton Autographic Register Co. IlnllstonrH Iluln the Tobacco Crop. which is intended to prevent the trol-l- nii; IIA3IILTOK, OHIO. iwrr. l.i niLM Hcrnlaii anil Wni. Ktahbaclc on electric cars jumping the wire JoiiXsox. Kj'., Au;j. 2t. One of the gMMARflMftMBgfMafMtiMfta of l.iniU.lllo. Kltlfil. . most severe hailstorms ever witnessed has just been patented by a Lexington A rear end colraay2S-6LouiSVU.I.K. Aug lioy. Several of the instruments are in lision of two sections of a southbound in this section passed over a portion of uj-on the local cars with success. The freight train on the Louisville Fleming and Mason counties, literally Nashinvention consists of a prong which, ville railroad occurred at (i r(l o'clock ruining the tobacco crop aud greatly when the trolley rolls off, flies up and Wednesday night ot Koltoni, :2 miles damaging corn. mch31-6catcheb the wire. When the wheel is south of Louisville, iu which IttigimVr A Monster Our Captured. again on the wire the prong falls back. James Scanlan was Instantly hilled and Padccah, Ky., Aug. 24. Joe WagMairi Accidental! Killed. William Kishback, who was riding on. goner captured a monster garfish in HoDGnssviLLE, Ky., Aug. 2S. A the engine at the time, badly hurt. tho Ohio river. It was six feet in (Opposite Glytidon.) length, eight incites across thc back son of Mr. Ralph Hell was aclloth are of this city. and had teeth an inch long. Country Produce Bought and cidentally shot and perhaps fatally The crew of the second section failed wounded bv a shotgun in the hands of to Hag their train. The third section Sold. Uidie.-- L Cuh ilarkei Clarence Winsett, another boy about swept around a curve at llottom anil Had Written Authority. Price Paiif 12 of age. here Friday afternoon. struck the second xeetioti Kir.man FrtAXKFoirr, Ky., Aug. 25. Kphnc and The boys did not know the gun was Will jutnped. Justice l'ryor, attorney for W. L. loaded, and were pointing it at each l'islibaclc broke two ribs, seanlou held Crabb, the Eminence distiller, was CO YEARS EXPERIENCE. M.other when the futal shot was fired. his jMistnnd luveised his engine, but it here Tuesday and said that CoL Crabb iffrMSA I was too late. WhlUltt Asked to Kejtln. had a number of letters from tho Old Law REXCKUCno, Ky.. Aug. 2S. Tho ham county bank, telling him to sell Intled on u Chun: of Krgry. TSsJ tJj V la ts! ei 1 lm ci &J Association of United Baptists T.KXIxmo.V. Ky., Aug. 20. A. S. Ilnll. their whisky whenever ho could do o C nt2nnial and IiAii'iiatimial F. Daring the Teuuos-sFridny afternoon, after eleetr of Alorehcad. was j.iileil here Wednes-da- v to an advantage. The bank official sensation In the throat li Instantly 2 ingE. Hurras, of Mercer county, moderon a eh.irge of forgery to which appealed to Mrs. Crabb to secure the relieved by Dr. Bell's 3 position at Nashville, Tenn., a low rate sjjcial tariff h -Honey a wonderful remedy for ator, and J. T. Hughes, of Anderson, he confessed The charge was preferrbalance on their debt by moit gaging TRADE MARKS, coughs and all troubles caused by Z secretary. A resolution requesting Dr. ed - K. H. Blkin; to whom Hall gave her own separate estate, hut her attor - $ DES1CMS, lnflamraatlon of the mucouH membeen established for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati at sv braneB 01 tne turoat and respiratory Whitsitt, president of Louisville sem- a note for SHU, to which he admits neys advised her not to do it. COPYRICHTS Ctc. g orcans. a. purely vegetable com- -Anyone sendlmr a sketch and description maj inary, to resign on account of charges having signed the names of Killey "other terminal points on the Queen & Crescat Route. pouna. 11 contains notmn.r dui nealLightning diluted Inxanlty. quickly ascertain, free, nhvtber an liiTentlou Is probably pateatabla. Communtcatlnns strictly IngandlnvlgoroUng medicinal prop-- ; of her.sy, was adopted. Faulkner. (leorge W. Halsey and .'. AI. v Lexington, Ky.. Aug. 25. I'. B. Oar-conttdentlal. Oldest npency ertlen. It U guaranteed to euro tne Tickets arc on sale dairy until further iitice to Chi'tt Vaughn, prominent Jessamine county rlson. aged 19, son of a Russell Cave In America. We hare & Washington olBcc liloivn Up at a ThraHhlngr. most stubborn couebs as well as Patents taken through Munn A Co. recelra bronchitis, sore throat. La LAWHKNCEiiimo, Ky., Aug. 29. A farmers. Hall says he was hard up mid farmer, was sent to the insane asylum special notice In the S asthma, nnooping cougn, una croup. rf nooga at $5.00 one way or $5.75 round trip frm Nicholas v urippe, i boiler explosion on the Witlicrspoon had to have money. Tuesday. During tho heavy rainstorm - rk-iii- o SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, (? Sunday afternoon Harrison sat down farm during the wheat thrashing Fri the lound trip tickets beiug gcx)d seven daysso return; ttn. Senator Ocixm (!om IIiiiiix. beautifully Illustrated, larcett circulation of UHi any adenine Journal, weekly, terms 13.01 a year; day perhaps fatally injured Ed Neal, by a window in hW father's house to OwKNSitoHo, Ky.. Aug. 28. Senator tL50 six mouth, frpeclmrn copies and liAU Pine-Tar-Hon- ey tickets, with longer return limit, at $S.G5 ail at $11.8) f aged 20, and his son, Chris 2"cal. The Deboe has returned to his home at play a guitar. A loud thunder clap hues ox l'ATrjtTS sent free. Addrves engine w as blown 225 feet, and Neal 50 Alarion, after a brief visit to Collector drowned the music, a vivid lightning MUNN & CO., Is sold eTfrnrhare st &. the round trip. 301 Brouilny, Ncrr York. 50c una 11.00 feet. Li st Lockhart was badly scalded. T". J. Yandcll here. It is said at the Hash played across the young man's bottle, or will b sent upon receipt 7 contented countenance, and from that collector's office that the visit was pureox price oj A Change In the Management. These rates enable the public to viit Nashville a Paducah, Ky., Aug. 28. A change in ly of asocial nature, hut outsiders bay moment he was a raving maniac. TheE. li. fatherland other Southern points at rates never befortiolfered. Vcm Slcillclae Company, the management of St. Mary's acad- political matters of importance wore Judge Edward Hopelessly Inmtne. Paducah, Kentucky. emy has taken place. Sister Isabella, discussed. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 25. It de "QmiMj" arlnlfc tByiUICIBMBHIl S bided trains of the finest class are at tl disposal of tV A FHllnroat l'niikrort. who has been a sister superior for a veloped Tuesday that Judge J. W. Ed ; Ky., Aug. 20 Sower &. wards, one of the best known jurists in Frankfokt. 27-number of years, has been transferred passengers, affording a most pleasant trip, nd enabling o: THE to the west. Sister Agathena succeeds Abler, confectioners and saloutiists, the south, is a" raving maniac. For the made an assignment to the Frankfort past 15 months Judge Edwards has to visit the veiy interesting scenery and hportant battl. Sister Isabella. V Safety Vault and Trust Co. No schedr C. and O. KuIIroad Indicted. been confined at the home of his son; U S A x grounds in and about Chattanooga, Lookou Mountain PAINTSVU.LK,' Ky., Aug. 28. The ule of assets and liabilities hasyctbeen in Hart county, but no one suspected grand jury of this county returned in- filed, but both will be small und about that his mind was affected. It was an National Military Park. Ticets to Nashviiu nounced Tuesday that he was a hopedictments against the Chesapeake and equal. Declined the Nomination. Ohio Railway Co. in six cases for alA STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC less lunatic. His trouble is due to locoto visit the Centennial can be repurchased at Chattanougi TAwr.KNCEBUKQ, Ky., Aug. 2(5. Hon. motor ataxia. leged unlawful and unjust discrimNEWSPAPER. "" O E. Bruce Sweeney, national democrat, for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket aget for tickets v .t ination. In Danger of Lynching. has declined to accept the nomination b ? Mt. Steiilino, Ky., Aug. 25. The A few weeks ago Elsa Esehelsson for county judge tendered him by tho r. For the Free Coinage of Silver. Cincinnati and the Q. & C. Route South or rrite to f x S 3 "S people of this place were greatly was appointed professor of civil law at reDublfeans a month ago. V t For the Chicago Platform. Tuesday night over the attempt z: the University of Upsala. She is the J. W. COOLJ)GE, Agent, of a Negro known in this section as For the Democratic Nominees. C S first woman to receive an appointment 3Ilss Ingles AVanU Offlcc, "Split Jjip." ittcmnting to assault Miss Sweden. - W. C. RINEARSOA-, MissAIar-garas a university professor in Forthelnterestof theMassesFiuxkkokt, Ky., Aug. 23. icholasville, K Ingles, of Paris, who stumped Mary Conl . Miss Conley's brothers "5x2 trching party, and they All the Latest Telegraphic '2 c 2 Pass'u. Agent, Cineinnni. 0. the Male for Bryan and free silver last headed a 'VhitfViiiK,tl I'nic have scouri fall, hi- announced herself a candidate ICegrp may tlie country till day. The News. FnASKFOirr. Ky., Aug. Ji. Friends be caught, and if he is, he. O - for Mute librarian. All the Latest State News. have patched up peace Itclwccu will cert'aiulv be lynched. Hard to Get a Jury. Commissidiii-Minirx and All theLatest Market Reports IjA"" ;ASThE, Ky, Attg. 25. Tho TurnVanlknT4 ami Uutc be no THE MARKETS. 5 . er-., Jack and, Dec, were placedon to. , rciunation Sptemli'r 1. o Correct Market Reports. M O i Irial Tuesday,, charged with murdering ' E3 ClKCUfMATl, Ol, Aurj. Si Good lrlr, dir KHrl Cnrtle. Correct Court Reports. Only five jurors Sebastian last cy fancy. ?.7jhj5.ia); spring fataLakcastric. ICy.. Aug sc,. - One hun- "were secured. June. lly, sprUvj pattut, iXOtKA-WReliahle News Reports. wtntci C2 "a dred and twenty-livcattle. :iverujjinr ; patent, (iaigwi; facer. fuuiHy. Honest Editorial Policy. 7 .000 pounds each, vveiu Mild in thi&ctty Ssi75a.OJ; extra. AlSnatW; losr nr.ule. tSiOXji ": Another Slump In "IVheat. s 2 r2 S 2.W; rye, north western, Silnip3.l0; do city, Jittl five, ceuti a pound. They ivill be CinCA.00, Aug. 25. Wheat traders at The Weekly Louisville Dlspalc!i acd The ooooooooocor exported. met with a fresh surprise Tuesday tvla Climax one year for .. S1.7S "Mr-- s Wheat Salcsr Uo. 2 red. track. MHo; samA Tobaroo itiiy.-- ii,i.i. morning. The September and Decem- - ple red, delivered from landing, IMHc. 0 O t a Regular Price Weekly Ditvpatcft Has Recently been Converted Into a Modern Palace , Nu. 3 whtte. track. SJj; No. t Pathicau, Ky., Aug 20 .1. W. Serogjber deals parted company and took an No. 2 raised, track, 30c tobacco buyer of awful slump. gins, a Both months opened yellow. travk.31c: 2 raixod, S ($1.00) and Climax ($l.So)x Oats Salcj: Nu. No. Halls anil Entrance are JIarblo and Tiling of t Finest Quality. lirallamvllle is dead. lie was .stricken with sales at Mc and 85J$e. Prom white, choico, tracli, ii4c; No. track, iXj; intolt,S $2.25. 3 mixed, with paralysis a few days ago. this the September made a kitelbOSc. IBHc, No. J mired, tnick, elevator, 30Hc o S j: on o flous Select hatchors', ft4jat45; fair to Deceniber had a sinker on and dropped StMfttKuvtuir. Money. ' fTho can think 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpt Adorn tlie Floois of some sunpla Wanted-f- in to P5c Later there was a big break in good pickers', fl.aJ34.10; fair to good light, FUAXKFour. Ky . Aug. 2C Tlie state tbinx to patent! 402,1. J); conimoa and roughi. S.704.2a Protect your Ideas; they may bring you wealtbj will have saved up enough reserve by December to D2Xc- - September also OF Oatti.k I'ulr to gool sUIppors';4l.aiji.60: rARLllllS AND lU'l'Bf HALLS. - - Write JOHN "WUDDEllIltrRN &CO irood to cbolso butciieri". 4.uxa4S: fair to Srptemlicr i to pay lf SSTi.uOO of the made a break from OSe to 94 t$c soys. Wasblng&Ht. O. C, for their S1.30O prise otle J-"3 t aud list of two liondrsd luToutlcns warned. mcdiuta butcacrs'.OJW; oomuion. fi;!3Ma Interest-bearin- g Dcrrya'lokers JTlsslnjf. oldest warrants. snEEP lixtra. ftSiSJAK); ood to cholsa -- -- Offlces and DIningRoom Beautifully 4corated and Bril- West Surncion, "Wis., Aug 5. A common to fair, iBiiSi. Killed lr Jrolilii,x Hod. women lef ra. good Chicago, Aug. 2d Al Hankins, tho party of eight men and boat to go tlast ts.tvf3j; ouinmon i5.4i5.3j; iitf3-j.7- to choice, aftei vi fulr, liantly Lighted. 1 widely known Sporting man, was kill- Friday in a small - sail VCAbCALVKi iairtogood light. tXKXQS.a; i ed Wednesday by Hie collapse of a berricB along the- south side' of Lako ejctras, iodSA73; common and larve. siJaCi . . Superior, - . folding bed. His death occurred at Nothing- intending to return Sunday, 6.25. rl - - '- has liecn heard of them, but Woofc Unwashed flnemcrtno, lIQlif per lbs suos Cottage Grove aiviiU" Wt;dliesday TrithoutaSuperff In the South, rate cf d the captain of. the steamer Gilbert re. cloihiaf liSl&s; medium, afternoon. He had just entered the ports litflfcS- Drald, 13ailj; Charges Ccnsidoreu." .1. . apartment and seated himself on the miles pbHjgn capsized sailboat 11 few coroDUig, K5lTc Washed fine merino; X : out. Searching parties "vyent oqi to X3w Ilci medium closing. IG&17ei dalalna edge of the lied when it unexpectedly licece,ltSlTc;loagoomljiBS, Isaiuo; oiurter- - Opened nextclosed, and Hankin's ueeU was broken. Tuesday- aftcrnpon. door tb Richmond National Bank. Below we uiwu uu uw, loiou, coanuon coarse, lilo0 Itelo5cd to Honor a Rcqusltlon. Persons In the place rushed to his quote a few of our prices : T hey Were Uo late death ' SpRisOFiEMJifllL, but CtnCAGOAug.'2& Have Been Expended iu This Reeonianprovement. tr . ncr has refused tb honor the reouisii had resulted almo.iWiisUintly VnEAAuguiw SSHc; Septemoir. Best Orannlated Bank 30 lbs, (Orrt... Z Jlrr. $t,G0 trtT t9 li. Yif '"TnrtfoMO jr.. fli old, fcBHci .May, CIHc-- , Arbuckle's CoHfe2 lbs. for tl as Hert Brand Canned Corn 7 We. 2 for . 15 1 Xpuis Enriclit, now -. ..,- ". aiifJio; ioptember, SDX wfc untuu uHuucu jLpinauHesa pans lor. bEATTi.K.ash., Adj;. ,.. Ihesteam- - extradition of.ih i.Ti..Jiiii-- ' in 36 Docamoerr93tic; May. SSSc i.t "j ' , u 1 - l 1 ids. I0Co Dtsi 3 ' Oats Septeaabor. 18X181595 er Rosalie has departed ' uw SUuwuiV charger of Vc; iu""Ti- ivph of .OotoberT ..rjSTS lied StarlWasli Boanb., S34,oO 1110 pascngi' I6cf DecembeT,:)H?'JfaXc. Best Coal OU Ber trail on Milk ts Msiip?. W.rflM frem:thBrindianap5liV&31afJon;' ." j. lrrTS0BOB,Aug.ia. 'load-ofUore Hlk Candy s Vak. tor,.4fe.iZ horses-am' suppliys or ndpSe" bonds r: jomstin 5 -t Jttxea u.ay 2JM, r j'lreV:y K.m lSC9d. l8iia. L "v.ii"r-?t.u- l ".rv-.. ' . ""u v If" J"? 'JiuU.' tWs and cow, IfcOoatTSi" - Y" 7 ' now-a- wi mn Morxars m4 Feeble-Minde- Wasiiixotox, Aug. 23. The followpostmasters for Kening fourth-clas- s tucky were commissioned Friday: Arthur, Letcher county, S. S. CandiU, vice E. Cornett, dead; Barbourvilk, Knox county, Daniel McDonald, vice -- Few. Appreciate the STUDY OF ABLE DANGER - In tho Management of thc invitation for I'ceblc-Miiido- d Children May Ue Made. FitAXKFOirr, Ky., Aug. 24. Inspector AMERICAN! FASHION' LIFE. -- 31 DR. PETER FLUCK'Sff- - Great German Remedy, HEADINE pc Mftjjyfr with -- forward - ojr-po- rt .ski bon-ln-la- d im 'Mother's Friend" . - ll . ; ever-increas- ing NEURALGIA. tM Look to-v- I ?lht rSSjS.IStSS'Ji!? New-Yor- 1 X Enamel it-e- 'f. efy S I ( SUPPLY THE TRADE i' 8 WWr'Jj Rich-inon- d - II Jh jkF 0 1 -- I "hi? 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