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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. NUMBER 14. We Send it FREE! -- TO Kgulator on a subject of the deepest intTo?t and importance to their health ivrhip their lives. The sole proprietors .ml makers of Simmons Liver Regulator l irn that cmtomers are often deceived by buvins; and taking some medicine of a Fimi!.ir appearance or taste, believing it to J Liver Regulator. We warn Simmon yon 'hat nless the word Regulator is on ih package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or vorh . Liver Regulator, or anything cillfd Simmons Liver Regulator, but J H Zcilin& Co., and no medicine made by anyone etse is the same. ,.Ve alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if othr medicines represented as the same do not lieli you as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, if you have leen in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulath name was somewhat like tor, bew-isit and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at alL The Regulator has leen favorably known for many years, and all who ow it know hotf necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Dytpepsia, and all disorders anting from a Diseased Liver. We ak you to look for yourselves, and eee 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. ZEILIN & CO. Take Livt-- r mad-Simme AW wifh to caution all users of Simmons WARNING. cruel, we know, to confront the Courier-Journand ils editor with such a record as it lias behind it, but its treach ery is coupled with such supercilious in al It looks solence and slanderous corruption that the public needs to bo reminded of the course which the Courier-Journpursued before it enlisted under the black flag of coriuption in politics. The following f.rticle appeared in the Courier-JournApril 12, 1SS(, and if it is auirchy to Btand by the cause of the masses of the people, Henry Wattersou and the are the original anarchists of Kentucky: al or sugar, or what not, to bring them in or its equivalent, than a few years ago. Labor, therefore, which is the cost and the highest test, teaches even plain people that gold has been very sharply advanced in value in the disastrous period which has been peculiarly occupied by the conspiracy f capital against labor ai.d S30, or $100 or $1 ,000 in gold, income-bearing Royal makes the food pare, wholesome and delicious. Courier- -Journal BRAINS AND NUMBERS. Tle impertinent slnr is sometimes heard that if the cause of bimetallism has the advantage in numbers, the cause of monometallism has the advantage in brains. While the proposition is false, it has a Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. 5IISS MIL ItKU (il)bllEX, STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. IIk'iimoxd, Kentucky. A .11 EjOj1irs adjoining ISurnani's. V.') SST3YS. VV. MILLBR. Attosxey-at-La- Richmond, - - Kentucky. Office in the Bnraara Building, next door to feb3-l- y jTarmer's National Bank. nilRNAM t MODERLEY. Attooneys-at-La- c p. BCBXAM. W. S. MOBERLBT. RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. ocra-rnc0 Office in nnrnam Building, recently hy A.B. Uurnam. J J. JL. A TTO KN E V- - AT-LiW, RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. Oflii"e over Taylor's Hani ware store, piate (Toiirt House, on Main Street. o- II. D. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Richmond, Office No. IS First St., up stairs. T LA II', - 1-30 GRANT E. LILLY, A TTORXEY--A UiciiMo.vn, - Kentucky. 1 Oflicc ?. W. corner Mi u and Serond ptreeln m btairs. Will prnrtic' in ; of Madison and the utilities and Court of Appeals. adj-iininj- .1 C. & D M. CIIEJNAUJ.T. A TTORXEYS AT LA - W, RiciiM-ivn- , Kentucky. Clicn-aull's O'lii-- on Second street, over groci-ry. CREEN CLAY, A TTORXE --- Y-A T-L-A W. IHdimond, Kentucky. 1? Collodions solicited. PHYSICIANS. DR. II. R. GIBSON, PIIYSICIA N A ND SURGEON, Kevtucky. Richmond, OiFice in the Joe Colin building, iS and ond Street, over Wnue .old drucstore. ... o Sec7- - CIIAS. HOOKER, I ETERIXARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. phase of superficial plaiibibility upon it. The policy is exposed Dy the single consideration which might be advanced as an extinguisher. The cause of bimetalFrancis B. Allen, of Hartford, was lism is that of the niaFses of men upon the caith who do the world's labor and elected Junior Vice Commander of ttie G. A. K. work out its productions, and the cause of monometallism is the cause of the How a Stanford Boy Got a $1,500 Job Out West. money oligarchy who, by the medium of From a recent issue of the much esrent, inteicst and craft, secure to themselves the greater part of the fruits of teemed Stanford Interior Journal we copied this notice a few weeks ago: the produccib' toil. It is the intercut of "Mr. Win. G. Lackey, son of Hon. G. the millions against that of the tens, and, . Lackey, of this place, is visiting his oh! home for a few days as the former have not the leisure, from Ids departure for the west to become to General Attorney of the Missouri, the exigencies of their position, or, inKniitasmid Texas R. R. His many Standeed, the means to devote toa very gen- ford friends in this early recognieral and profound education, it follows tion of the. excellent qualities of our . young friend." ycry naturally that the minority, whom There is a littlestory back of this which they support and enrich, are enabled to may interest readers of the Climax who maintain a superior personal average of arc acquainted with the young gentleman who basso suddenly risen tot.roniinence. education Hut there has never been and there About four months ago the associate editor of this paper, whose duties as Grand never will be a case in any popnlnr moveRecorder of the Sigma Nu Fraternity ment against oppression to which the bring him into close relationship with many hundreds of young men throughsame impertinent sneer is not quite to thie money question. There out the countrv, received from a frater AVcst a letter informing him that is always some caste, cir order, or class in the thc-rwould bhortly be established the which has arrogated to itself some spec-ci- al oflice t.f Assistant Attorney of the M. privilege, some peculiar adv.iutajie, K. & T. R. U., with a salary of $1500, some power or prerogative in derogation and that anv person whom he might recof public rights and interests, and when ommend, 'would be appointed. The position was one much to be desired, and mass is aroused to the there were numerous applicants for it ; proceed acainst its oppressions, the but au unequivocal endorsement would pitriots never have averaged out quite secure the place to any fiieud the Grand The latter as well in personal education, cultivation Recorder might nauie. or craft as the small minority who have was deeply sensible of the honor and of the responsibility attached to the pleasbeen desKiIiug them. The reasons are ant task, and at once looked over the rosso obvious that it is a waste of words to ier of names of these brothers engaged explain it. The IJourbon minority in in the practice of law, in search of one France had a better personal average of whom he could personally and unquali brains than the patriots who overthrew tiedly endorse as competent and worthy to fill the portion. them. The better personal average of Hack in 1SS!) there came to Cen lir.iins was with the despotism of Char tral University from Stanford a young les I., though the numbers weie with man who passed his freshman year Cromwell. The personal average of at Center College nnd ranked among brains in banking and finance was with the foremost of his class. Ho remained here three years and made a Middle and his rotten bank though the record with which his fondest friends uuiiiIhts were with President Jackson were satisfied, which means that it and Thomas Hart Heuton. was brilliant, and was appointed asBut there is not lacking illustrious sistant principal of the Hardin Col- Icgintc Institute nt.Elizabethtown, leadership for popular uprifin to by the Curators of Central University. the Inst possessions of the pub-li- e Ho gave this up in three years only and put down its enemies. The men to take up law, his chosen profession. designed to lead such movements to vic He occupied his spare time while at tory are magnetized by the generous lire home in rending in the oflicc of his of nobler inspirations than could influence uncle, Hon. W. G. Welch, of Stann ford, and after school hours at the enemiis of the common humanity, he put in his time in and they are thus equipped with con- the same manner in some of the law centrated moral powers borrowed like offices there. So that in October, their trusts ot leadership from the great 181M5, when he was examined for ad masses who follow them. While their mission to the Bar of St. Louis, out of a class of fourteen he and another movements inay-Iac- k 4' something, then, were the only two who successin sonic of the personal averages of the fully passed the rigid examinarank and file, they have the compensat- tion. He opened an office at 800 ing concentration of brain power at the Chestnut street and was, like all young barristers, making a fight for head of the column and all theadvautag-e- s the prize. It was this young man, of both bkill or craft and numbers. Win. Gatewood Lackey, whom we As to this money question, the benefi- recommended for the 1,500 position, ciaries from monometallism are retired and the above clipping from the Stanprep-iratornt rej-tic- e asap-plicahle- as Eliza-bothtow- producing capital. To say thalilreqiiires23to35pcr cent, more labor produce to purchase a given sum of irolil, or its equivalent, is to say that the gild power has acquired that much more sovereignty over the human race. The capacity to labor and the endurance of brawn and braius have not increased, nnf Jrttinately, in proportion to the rise in ii61d to the increase ot toil and hardship imposed upon men; and consequently this samo conspiracy is going a little further than a law more merciful than that of monometallism allowed Shylock to venture, and is taking d away more or less of the of procuccrs with the pound of flesh. And there arc other facts which may be learned outside of the school or back parlors. life-bloo- Pf &4KIN0 Absolutely Pure POWDER POWDER ROYAL DAJUhO CO., HEW YORK. RESULT OF NATURAL CONDITIONS. Tho Hon. II. L. Chapman, Demo- cratic nonrneo for Governor of Ohio, was asked: "Do you think that tho Republicans will use the advanco in wheat as. an argument favorable to their success?" "Oh, they will undoubtedly make all they can out of it, but it will not be swallowed. Everybody knows that this is only the result of natural condition, and has not been brought about by a Republican administration. Had it jot been for the failure of European crops wheat would now be worth but 50 a bushel in spite of everything that wo could do. Next year the conditions may be reversed, ami yon will see that I am right. Wheat is the natural foundation of brcadstuifs, and if' a law should bo pa sad prohibiting its use for such purposes what would it be c-- nts As the result of tho development of our public school system and tho ' cheapening of books, there fias grown up a large class of men and women who 6eek broader education, or to extend their knowledge along special lines. 'I heir duties in life, or lack of means, exclude them from the 'universities. The Cos mopoi i a x Magizink litis endertaken the task of bringing I'beral education, in its broaclos. njiiso, wiihin the reach of tbosi who have the aspiration, but aiv deprived of tho opportunity Doctor Andrews.Oate of IJrown University, has undertaken tho Presidency of The Cosmopolitan's educational movement. The work, thus begun, is not intended to take the placo of regular university work, but to supply a gap in existing educational faculties. Those who are really in search of knowledge will find direction and r.id. It can do nothing for those who have not the desire to study. An intending student sends to The Cosmopolitan, New York, his name, occupation, previous courses of study, studies desired to be pursued, objects and purpose which course is designed, nnd the number of hours, daily or weekh , study which can bo given. No charges of any kind will be mule t students. ' MC1 ANDY CATHARTIC 0&S& a ?L !0 "Nothing else lite it:" The most refreshinp and pleasant Soap for the skin. rTn I i de-si- re MAW f aTsf -.- 'T w A ' t cusiEconsriPATioH f MBBMKafAS- WfQ Yonng and Old. Rejoice with ns MEN nr.iViuu MED1CATEP 1 Kt 1 rr,i- -r TITE! V PTTIBX'H'PPPn to tars nyrae of constipation. Casartts aDOUhU 1 Mj 1 UU AIUUl i ijCiU ,irr. nPTf r erip or rrlne.l.nt nt j natural rrsulta. Sim (Tilrs-- n. Mnnlrpil. Can or.Nrir Tnrk. kA STrl!T.ITi rCIIKflT 1 TT.i nta ml hnntlrt HKQflT 25 SO 5ilL?i1 3 b$m I a j SIBmS1 fr. O- ni'iTI'llf mu ALL DRUGGISTS r llif Mil Iax Cutaneous JSoap. TmaYAjmscTic - m mi ll Ill S in the Discovery. When a man has snfTerecl for years with a weakness that blights his lifo and robs him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possess the moral courage to stop his downward conrse. We will send von by mail, AKSOI.UTK-li- Y FKKK, in plain parkage. the UK. IIUFFSI.I.V.S OT'tT'XV'iieC'tTCiirir!iTZ9TKrtT-X- 0 Tetter HuKEHYi Bath for tut (JgS Good Health IJ VITAL UAX-IKJillJ, by the Quart antee to permanently cure I.tlST with a legal CTar ShXCAL STliPS WEAK- It lasts twice as lor trial will convince merit. Will pleas: the A r. others. SKI.F-ABI'S- K, Every bottle you take of Johnston's SarsapariTla means Dettcr health, and every bottle contains a It makes better blood purer blood. Fcr quar thirty years this famous remedy has been creating ana maintaining gooa aeann. builds up the rystcm.tonco andstrcngtii- tne rxms-s more promptly and effectually than any other remedy known. - The pallor of the cheek disappears, energy takes the place of languor, and the rich color of Unequaled for all dishealth flows to the cheeks. orders of the stomach and liver, and for all weakening complaints of men, women, and children. Sold erfryTrhere. Price Si.oo per fall quart bottle. YTiLUAMS. DAV13. fROOKS & CO., Datrolt. filch. 7K lta gTCat lastidious. f CHARLES F iilLLER, Mfr.ot FRENCH r.LLED TOlLETj SOAPS ANJ PERFUMERY, f-- r Johnston's arsaparnia "Off me nerves, Lancaster, Pcnn. ESTABLISHED. 1359. l1 I NESS. VAKirurKLK forever N'lfilir KMISSI0NS and all unnatural drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated orgins So C. O- - 1J- - frand nor recipe deception. If we could not rnre, we wonld not send our medicine FItKK to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this may not appear again. Address to-da- y, W V V 1 w w Western Medicine Company, UCOEPOSATED. If (1 f Kalamazoo, Mftli. 24-2- THE T, r-- it 3 !!HGf..aTUCK AND T7-.- Some of our Republican fiiends have expressed the idea that Democrats are sorry because there are evidences of better times. This is not true. The Democrats welcome good times as heartily as Republicans. Ain't we all fellow citizens and in the same boat? What tho Sentinel Democrat denies is that any prosperity shall be credited to the Republican party I'raise the Lord! JIt. Sterling Sentinel Democrat. -- Off Llvcrsttes Care Sick Headache and Biliousness. 7& 7V ? 2 Sold by I). Z & T. . Taylor. Waco. Kv. K. so- 35c. - jQio Wt KATHRSNA SOLD ON 9. i oj-.n- . r i.lsolnte Gitrtraiitoe. jMc DONALD'S A.X - 5 g gB3JS?I j r. !i CELEBRATED WOHMPOWDERSB TW FARMS J K niCCICATESTWORH DCSTROTCit Eili PC TH CAS C BtM CASY AND PLSASSWT TO TAK. -- JIBb i worth? Such a law would bo considIIox. W. GoimiKV Hu.vtei:, the 'gum ered manifestly unjust, but yet just hoe" politician who made a t.iihiro in such a law holds silver in its grap his en leavor to be elected to the United after it has been used as money for States Senate, claims to have the promise ages. if President McKinley that he shall be ippoin'ed Minister to Guatemala, WHITE CAPS AND TOLL GATE RAIDERS he cm get fiom under his present ALL REPUBLICANS. $100 OFFER. indictment for bribery. This is part of of elevating the reputation the Some of the ml city dailies and influence of the United States in pro-iiled gold-stand JKB&r JL. Q A 1 JL.d R M nk fc Jk. JEzaxJ HTGHZST GRADE, SERVICEABLE. ilAiY KUNiN'lNG, s, Every Wheel Guaranteed. Sena tor catalogue. HAMPSHIRE CYCLE Cilinc Worm Destroyer EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a cen tury with continually increas-n- c demand. Think a moment. t Does this not mean merit ? Smallest doe Easiest to take Entirely vegetable Most certain and nerer- - V.X A 5125,000 J Children yearly Sent to The undersigned has three separate small (arms which he offers! at private sale separatelj or together. All thn c arc situated at KFH CO., their Graves by lYorma. ncDONALD'S CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. Manufactured only by the proprietor. WHITE'S capitalists and creditors a SD'all part of the population numerically, but people Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. of very high average of personal training Office up stairs over New York Store, corner M.unand First streets. Richmond and cultivation. When this small seg ment of the population conspire to rob )M. D. . JASPER, all the remainder by cheapeuing their Medicine and Surgery. Oflicc Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. labor and labor products, it does not Telephone Ht residence (the Carr place) on mean much as a test of the merits of the lrod ay. Kentucky question to say that the brains and the Richmond, numbers are on opposite sides. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, For, after all, the question is one of PHYSICIAN AND SURGE0X, common sense, as well as learning, of Kentucky Richmond, experience, as well as theoretic Ecicncc. Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, np A very plain man could readily perceive stairs. Office hours 12 to and t to 5 o'clock. and grasp the bottom principle of Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations," that "it is DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Kentucky labor instead of gold and silver which is Richmond. the true measure of values." This fact, which is fundamental, is so clear and V Telephone at office and reMdence. plain that the plowman can understand W. EVANS, M. D., it as well as the financial expert so clear, G. indeed, that no one but a knave, or a blockhead could dispute or question it. rilTSICIAK AND SUKGEON, - - - Kentucky. Even gold, the fetish of this oligarch cnlt, Richmond, is measured by this common standard of DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Ialor. If it were practicable to mine gold Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, s freely and with as little expenditure - - Kentucky of labor as iron, gold would bo worth Richmond, less than iron, the cost being no greater Office nnd residence oil Third Street. and the utility as au agent and medium DENTAL STJP.&EET. of industry being much less. Twelve ago, in point of fact, a period of ywii-tWILKES SillTH, cheaper production of gold had lowered DR. A. it below the parity of silver. Now, while DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky all the world is struggling for it, the cost Richmond, of its production Is indicated by the fact OrriCE Smith buildinc. Main Street. Office that the yield has fallen off from the ours, cceoto iz M.; i:cot0 4i M. rjrPractice limited to dentistry. maximum more thanons-third- . It costs to produce a given quantity. J. A. Yates. more labor J. C Mohoak. The value has increased proportionately. MORG AN & YATES, These are facts which men know withDENTISTS, Kentucky. out the training of the bank, office. Men RtCHMOND, can also learn that it in necessary 25 to 35 Offite Main Street, over Madison National per cent, inore wheat, or cotton, or iron, Bank. G- a --- --- ... 1 The Southern Railway are now selling SX daily from Louisville one way tickets to Chattanooga at $0 55; round trip tickets, - --- --, JPKSi' frfa"1- good fifteen (15) days beoud date ol round trip tickets, limi'el to sale, $0-1November 7th, $12.20. Tl o Covington Commonwealth of Thec low rates will enable every one BOCA i T?" i Thursday gave this notice of a party to visit Chattanooga, LookiiitMountaiii given by Miss Ethel Myers. "Unuid the famous Rattle Fields in that vi spoiled by fashion, unspoiled by the cinity at very little expense. woild's contaminations, unspoiled by The Southern Railway runs double adulation. Thus as a rule we find daily service from 1nmvi'le to Cliatta-noogi- . youth, and thus wc found it a happy Trains leave Louisville 7:45 a gathering of lovely young people at in. and arrive Uiattrnooga at S:00 p. in the home of Miss Ethel Gladys My- and the evening train leaves Louisville AllAt 'WAt.TKit Aznnu.'s Livebt Stable. e harness, cheaper kinds of ers last evening. The hostess, a 7:"5 p. than can be bought any where in Richmond. and arrives at Clnltanoog in. model young girl with nil the pro 7:40 . m. Through compartment bleep-er- a Give us a trial and b; convinced. Satisfaction fcb2I-t- f iruarantcd. nounced charms of girl-hooand not are attached to evening train. one exaggerated. Every mark, too, For further information, address WilONE OF TWO WAYS. of careful homo-trainin- g and the un- liam H.Tuylop, Assistant General Pasmistakable care of a mother's love; senger Agent, 21G Fourth Avenue, l.ou-isil!- e, gentle, but firm guidance. Miss The bladder was created for one purKy. pose, namely, a receptacle fur the Urine, Ethel was aided by hpr sister, Miss and as such it is not li dtle to r.nv form Elsie, and while the features of face arc not the same, there Is a similarity ot disease except by one or f two ways. so winning and beautiful that you The fir&t way is from imperfect action 01 find yourself admiring both without the kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. a presuming comparison The occaw ? LSB sion of the happy event was in com CHIEF CATJSS. Amoripa nirllnrr pliment toa trio of fair, young girls, ial Thn ILCCIUII15 Cnaptalletc r.f nuibiiuu IIIC Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidcpBLiaiioco ui who had the charm of youth, and it R 20 YEARS IN OHIO. neys Is the chief cause of Llnddet comes but once, nnd as quickly goes. W troubles. So the womb, like the bladCured. 250,000 ford Journal tells the result. Are not flowers like these beautiful der, was created for one purpose, and il Not only because Mr. Lackey was young women ? Miss Lizzette Dicknot doctored too much is not liable ti WECURESTPJCTURE a member of onr fraternity did we son, of Taris, a sparkling brunette, 4 Thousand of youne nna aiddlo-accweakiicssord'.scase, except in rare cases. name him for this coveted position. wore with a white gown the rich 1' mfimm troubled vriththij disease manyIt is situated back of and very close 1c They for its duties arc such as to test to the garniture of the red rose, which 7 nncouKiously. rmall. may havo a f raarttiristing ftrcam, ing sensation, the bladder, thensfure any pain, disesic di more speaks the proper coloring for her WS fharp cutting pains at tirac., Mightweak utmost qualities of the bead or inconvenience manifested in the kiddifliculty in commencing, charge than those of the heart, jut wo were charms. Miss Van Greenleaf, of k. organ?, emission, end au iuo o uiiinua neys, back, bladder or urinary passage is ot nervous ucunuj mtjr u,u uimv-TUKfully satisfied that his mental attain- Richmond, a blonde with softness JJon'tletdoctoHcxpenmenton of:en, by mistake, attributed to female Kv iittintr. ittreteliinir. or teariCK ments, his moral character, his well and sweetness, wtiicn accompa. weakness or womb trouble of some sort rou. IhUwillnotcuroyou.nsitwillic-tumbalanced judgment nnd bis ambition nies ever carnations in tone and tint, Our NEW METHOD 'i'KKAT-MEN- T Tlie error is easily made and may be a tissue; absorb tho stricture and industry would leave nothing to is becoming to her style and tint in honco removes tho stricturo permanent ly. easily avoided. To find out corrccth Ko pain, no sufferIt can liovcr return.from business by onr be desired by his superiors. His gown, pink crepe. Miss Edith Lane, set your urino aside for tweiity-foing, no detention . career, his three of Anderson, Intl., was neither a promising inolhoJ. Thotosualorgans.iroiitrpnBtn-cneJhours; a sediment or settling indicate are iurigoratcd. and Tho ncnes all blonde nor a brunette, but very lovely years recordj in Elizab-tlitowii- , tho bliss of manhood returns. kidney or bladder trouble. The mil warranted the belief that tin oppor In her white gown, carnation for or and the extraordinary eiltct of Dr Ki' tunity was till that was needed to naraonts. You seldom meet such a tht ercat kidney mer's Swauip-Koo- t, TTininni1 nf vminc? and middle-agefulfill the prophesies of all those who bovy of young girlsall so attractive. men aro Iiavitig their scsual igor and tki remedy, is soon lealizftl. If yui ritality continually rapped by thisdis-best knew this excellent young man. You could see a soul "glow'd on their ease, iney aro ircqncnuy iiucuujtiuus need a incdicino you should have good in cheek and sparkled in the eye ' The of tho causo of theso symptoms. General If his health shall continue At druggists fifty cents and 01 1 Weakness, Unmtural Discharges, t ail-lMnnhnod. NcrvoatucM. Poor Mem his now homo, which is to bo at Mus- handsome Myers homo was aglow dillar. You may have a sample b)tth ory. Irritability, at time Smarting Sen kogee, Indian Territory, we have with brilliant lights, porch and lawn and pamphlet. lotli sent free by mah. sation, tunscn x.ycs, wnn oorn circier. Weak D.vk, CJcneral Depression, Lack no doubts nor fears for the future of illuminated with brilliant Japanese Mention the Climax and semi your ad blinmkcn of Ambition. Varicocele, our college friend. l'arts, etc UtiLilii nn'i nxmuximu lanterns, and the gay company danced dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton may bo tho cause Don't consult family The following from the St. Louis merrily to tho music of Scafer's band doctors, ns they have no cxcricnco in N. Y. The proprietors of thin pape these rpccial disentcc don't allow Republic should not be taken seri with tho late waltzes introduced, guarantee the genuineness of this otter ously, though it would be in line making tno scene very Denuiuui ana have been making a great todo about caps in Mercer county. Four men hae hail their evttniuing trial and have been lifl.l over. Tnee four and the five of inthat wpre discharged on nt sufficient evidence against I hem, are all Republicans. The two detectives that had thein'arrestcd are o Republicans. The Governor, who offered the reward for th" arrest and convicted of the white capa,-i- a Republican among Republicans The Shelton family, claiming to he victims of outlawryare nil Republicans A friend of the to any one that can find a Democrat implicated in the affair. Some time since, everyone will remember, there as another secret detective scheme carried out under an offer of reward from Governor Bradley. Six men e wtie arrested charged with being raiders. Five out of the bix were Republicans. Mirabile dictu ! There are no anarchists in the Republican party? Jfctrrodsbnrg Saying. e ne-nunl-ss Saying-oireiR$ltoll-gat- Central America. Five hundred women force a crowd of lorcigiicra toquit work at the. mines near McDjnald, Ii. 1 - STATION, NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Reipooslble dealers invited to respond with us. $ cor- . :jOi rz-'- 'CO -- ' a 0 O -- O DO S iriTICE, 25c. IEIS. BOX. ForsalebyalliIrnfrslsUaBl(lValerslasadllUKi.c .T. A.. 7IcTOlSAJL0D, Ef on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain respectively S3 and 165 acres, and are well watered and well improved farms. There is no better land in Madison county, most of it r being may26-6r- September wheat clostl at A discnsMon 07c. fa- BOTTOM LAND- .fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpi'--e to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash, TERMS Sale will be made For particulars, balance to suit pureh?ser. address one-thir- over religion led to a . tal bhooting at Danford, Tenn. It is a The Finest Rigs, Flie Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- UE0. W. KII.EY Of Shelhyville, llcciNvIllc. mavS-fifl !:. tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Yonr "Cousin," The Salvation Army may establish a colony in Monterey county, Cal. Many more miners have joined atrikarb in Pennsylvania. 200.000. A the Geo. D. White, ieb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Fire at Virginia, III., caused a loss juiy at Lancaster gave Tudor twt years for the 5ebastian murder. LOW Shelhvvill, Ky., May 20, '90. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased .1 lwx of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton. drniniist, and used Ihem for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti nation and found that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Riley. Wright's Celerv Capsules. Ky., Recommends L. & IN. E. R, K. i;. DIVISION. Is Effect 31 arch 1, 1S8C. a. Chester and Lexington C.25 mail. 7.20 Cincinnati. Fari?, Jlays-- j r. st. ville, inch ester and 2.05 Lexington mail. L05 Livingston, London, Jew 1.10 hco, i'lneville. 1255 Fast line for LivincstonJ A. M. 11.43 ' Inlon,Jellico Knoxville 310 a. si. 'Fast line for Cincinnati, p. m. 11.43 3 19 jParis. Winchester. p i. 'Rowland. Incaster audi a. m. 18:10 1.20 Stanfonf. Rowland, Lancaster ami' 7:25 Stanfonl. 6:50 For further particulars call oh or address. I lv. lExpress for Cincinnati,! arv m. M. lans, Jiavsviiie, wis-ii. Take Inative nromo Quinine Tablets. All Druppists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c. For sale by W. O. White, Druggist, Richmch3-6mond. Ky. P.B. Hunley's Old Stand. No. 2G. 3r" BED WETTING CURED OR.SO PAY. Mrs. B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee. Wis. mch3-ly EXTREMELY RATES TO CHAT- TANOOGA, TENNESSEE. ;:SADDLERY.: & ' ,- THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE - DR. PETER FLUGK'S:- - Vang Troubles PERSONAL. Great German Remedy, and Consumplcn Cured. Can be ADENIE T T For the and Telephone 78. n Eminent New York Chemist anJ Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Onr Readers. The distingmished New York chemist, T. A. Slocnm, ijemonstratinjr his discovery of a and absolute cure for Consumption Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial. throat, lunt; and chest diseases, stubborn "oui;ns, catarrnal anections, general decline ind weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions f wasting awav. will send THREE FltEE BOTTLES (all different) of his Sew Discovers to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use. and he considers it a simple professional duty to safferinir humanity to donate a trial of bis infallible mre. Science daily develops new wonders, and his great chemist, patientlr experimenting for cars, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern enius. "His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is nroven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," Sled in his American and European laborato-.-ie- s in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exDerts conced" that bronchial. chest and luns troubles le d to Consumption,! which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M C. 98 Pine rtreet. New York, givinirpostotficeand express address, and the free medicine will be prompt- ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advan- fcaze of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor thtit you saw his yoffer Jiy'-iin the Kichmosd cliii vi. le KLTER HOOD. At. Frankfort & MM Railway. In Effect March I, MB7.' DAILY EXCEPT SONIJ.VY. EAST BOUND. Lve Geo. White. hand-mad- d, Imraediato Belief Positive Cure ot T 1 I For IT Arr Elkhorn. ' Switicr " Stamping Gresml Duvatls ' GeorRetewn Lve GcorKCtown Arr Newtown. " Centrevitle . Elizabeth Paris WEST BOUND. T.vi Frankfort . a.m. 638 794 7 M Sti 6 St 3 88 38 3 3S 4 4 4 4 4 5 IS 42 Hi - K sn 8 719 KM t.49 3 48 3 W ae SX M aug-25-S- w NEURflLGIfl. per ijox. 23c. by Druggists. Sle au. Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing. R. H. HUHSTOGK GHEMICAL 00., UIIWI HANNIBAL, MO. may2S-fm Arr RlizalVth Centrevilie ' Newtown, I Georgetown Lve Georeetown An Duvalls.. Stamping Ground. Switzer Elkhoru.. r Pjrls . . .. . 9 SJ a.m. 932 p.iH. .. 9 38 9 48 SIi 5 M ? .. ,J 11 .WW 11 11 W CO' 56 W 25 55 SH 6 6 H 6 is 6 50 Frankfort 1135 7IS 7 3U C. D. BEHCAW. Gen'l Iass. A;ent. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Sopt. Frankfort, Kentucky. ygb-- !' By s a SOUTHERN RftlLWflY. ) FIRES TOBIHD -- Gkesapeake ii Okio Eafeaj, (IN KENTUCKY fr Schedule la efTect May S. 1)107. EASTnoOSD Lv.Loui-.viH- ISSUE.-- Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 65 R. Ar. shelbyTllle ut WECURE GLEET d Ar.LVrcneob'g Ar. Versall e Ar. Lexington WlwiBinM Lt. Lexlnutoa Ar. Vers lilies Ar.La'renccb's Ar. Sholbyrllle Ar. Louisville Trains Nos. 1.2, tion Chair Cars. No. I. No. t. 7 45am 4.21) Ul ft Wan 3.47pii UoSum 435c:n 1 a 17am ftMi.-- n IQ50am 7.zpcn Na ft No. 5.1Up:n Na 1 7.i5pm 8.51pm 9.20pm U.4epm Eastern Express for LouisviHe Morehead and Lexington Accom New York Limited F. V. V . 7 SO am 3 M pm am - t iO pm r A - i 1010pm Na 8.15am 5.3''p r &SJam ttXipc lo.55am 5 i 4. Ukjam 5.13 m Insure your homes :inl business i)roj)erty against .i6am r.pi. a pj .s.43am OtAum SOJam Fire $ Tornado. and 8 carry Free Observa- K th-bs- w Sa S.i5am 7.i5 pm I a 45am 7 40pm 0"8 m CtXipat 4.rupu H3TBJUND. It No. 11 wEiiionsn i: Ml 11 alarm laiSam ArLamcbrsAr i.t5rm 825am ArHarodsbgAr 4.31fm 7.35am 7.3im Ar uurgin..L.v 8TA loss. No 7iam Lv Louisvli Ar lASTuonsrx f ... ... with his good sonse, whenever his mind turns lightly to thoughts of love, to choose a wife from among: tho fair daughters of his native Stanford The Republic says : 'There is weeping and wailing and gnashing Of teeth among tho belles at Jennings andilie lki'h 8. Tliey hae heard that Mr. William G. Lackey has gone to Kentucky, antecedent to his having recently leceived an appointment as assistant attorney of the M. K. & T. in the Indian Territory. This fact in itself is not so threatening, were it not for the rumor that he is going there for a purpose for a decided purpose that of getting a fair young Kentucky bride, and takiug her to the plains ol the lied man He fs due at the Heights with his bride on the 20th, from whence he will lead her into the territorial wilderness It is also whispered that his lady tn dubbed him Kuight and fearlessly accompanies him, ready to share his dant gers with him, even to live in a murmur.. Society awaits his without a. e of curiosity." arrival on the dug-outip-to- picturesque. Mr. and Mrs Myers joined heartily in the pleasures, giving that peculiar welcome which the young folks so thoroughly oxpect, and if not granted 'spoils' the natural happy spirits of those who participate at a party. Tho pretty voting sister, Aurelia, looked on tho scene with admiration, and it won't bo long before the months glide into years, and she will stand on the threshold of young womanhood, and we must emphasize the charms of this lovely home and tho exquisite home influ ence pervading even to the care of J tho wee ono, the pot of tho household, littlo Miss Harvey, who attended her first party. A delightful supper was served at the home of tho hostess' grandmother, Mrs. Wells, and as tho lovely homes arp almost tine it was a charming arrangomon t. Tho tables were all decorated with various kinds of flowers. The Myers homo had the novel decorations of sunflowers, as - 1 paragus bloom and Tine. Quite the THEAWIENT will rosi-- j METHOD tivcly euro you. Ono thousand dollars accept for treatment nnd for a case wo ,7A.m.irblniff'i,ni.itrn. , . A..a K- - HON. C. TrCALDWELL," No. la. t.No 43)pm 7.4oam & 17pra 9.1Uam 56pm 10. .7am Tupm ILCOim 7J0pml 1115pm a WltSTBOOSD. I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. Wanted-- An Idea Protect your Ideas: they may bring you wealth. S. F. ROCK, Writs JOHN WKDDEKBURX & CIX. Patent L-f- EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accora 11 JW am New York Limited F. F. V. . 6 10 pm. Lexington and ML Sterling Accom Washington Express JMpm Accommodation train run dairy except SSn-da- v. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping snd dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations .By., K. HOOD. Agent call on or write Richmond, Ey. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A. C. & O. By., Lexington, Ky. $ ' SI SFS Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Oeontta Lv SIATIONS Lv Louisvli Ar Shelbvll Ar Verslles Ar Midway Na JSjtNo-oS- . c2-l- y lUiojm 8.14pm 9. .8 in 8,45pm 26Ja Sec. Street, Up Stairs). Wjublnjjulo. IX d. for their (U8U0 prize offer aad tut ot two hundred Intentions waated. Attor-De- y, listnouNrx tNo. I. tNa 5. STATIONS. 7.4am 4.r?a! i.v Loultvll Ar 10 iiiva 6.!7pni Lv Verslles Ar ll.COam 7J5pm ArNlehlvllIAr lLMDm &Upm ArRlchmo'dLv 1.05 pm Ar Irvine Lv STATIONS. J Uw lSm 3.00pm wcsiionsD. tNO 8 tNa. 2. 7 T4Um 133 pm &03tm 4.15pm Madison Monumental Works, !5 CURES GUARANTEEDi trent and purer TIMIGFIONS. ArAlltCOCEUX BYPIIILtR, (IIjKET. W of Pdrkersbiira:, V. Va., Eccora mends AYnglils Celery -- la 55, m 8.15pm 7.iit:m 5.10pm 6.S8tm aOSrjn 4.40pm 3 45Dm LSOpm NO-31 HritlUlUKU ' IJUrULKiSUX. ftf.VUlVJ. J1UATNS. UNNA'l iIHAI. JIISCJHAICU- E3. KI DNEY nnd nLA DDEK Dis-aes- . DOOKS CONSULTATION FltEE. .1, .11 tr flTimi umium rivr.n. Tl u.Ll. .a vn, ''irv.vi YfA 'Capsules. PARKERsnuna, AV. Na L Q ft qiKHTUIN ULiAK TREATMENT u Va., I0f HUJiri lii iiv''r t V ' ,. - It li - i been using 122 W. FOURTH STREET, since .Novem Wright's Celerv CINCINNATI, O. ber, 1S9 J, and iind t!iem to be as recom- ihkiiij; iiitm neuuci. j. una uu'-'i-in hilont Hot Sprmsrs. Aik, under treat auglS-l- y ment for ikiatie Rheumatism. Liver anil Stomach trouble Constipation which I hail been o long sufferer. I found the Celery CiipsuleSj'Kave me jrreat relief from the bcRitiiiipc: and have used them Creditors. ics ever since. "With pleasure, and unBO- ltriteii, i recotnuiont tiiein to any aiui nil puiTerinir vitli likcvaf'lictfous oreifhei VeryJJnily yours, AU persons holding claims against the estate of Ihem. of Jas. Tevis, deceased, must prcsaat samo to taiARLBsT Caldwell. Bte, properly proven, on or before Oct. 1,1367. Sold by T. S Jdagan, Druiausk. Price D. R. TEYIS, 50c enU and $1.C0 perbox;. Call at dnit;-sior- e aad get f ti h sample. 6 . Kennedys Kergan January Tun "Weight llnb. Co.. Colutabui, Ohio. 20, 1903. Ar. Lexington... Ar. KnoiYiUc... Ar. AshevlIIe Ar Savannah Ar. Jacksonville Lv. Louisville... .... 45cm 7.3')pm laSOr.m laiOpm uvoujim 7.30am 1.5 n 1.13pm 5 00am O ttlCam i5 o O x 5 O K i o Gen tie men: I Ii.wo Capsules Ar. Caalfinoosa ... Ar. Atlanta. Ar. Macon. Ar. JacUsonville....... Lv. Ch ittanooja.. ...... ...... ......... Ac Ulrminsham i 'is Ar. Mer.dlan U2)im asipm. Ar.New Orleans . vv 1 earrta Free Chair car Ixulsville to LoxlcctOQ there co&nectlns with Slid Vestl buieTram oarryin? iruumaa aieepunc Orleans., uiu Chattanooga to Birmingham and Ntir . No. 3 carrloi Pullman Sleepjr Litisvllle tol Chattaaootra, and Atlanta, alio Lexington to) Jacksonville via Hot Springs, Asaivllle. and. Compartment Sleeper Lexington Ui New Or- -j I j leans. tDaily Except Sunday, j 1 6.U0.m i.0Oim 11.10am 8.1iim It 10pm B 10 jm aiOim aoijta) ftufiam 11.59 3m 10,tuatn Opm. 4.4S im 7.4U in: ti o i S5 K -- 3 in iLVNUPACTURER "AND DEALER IN L Swrrr P.iT.A.. Waahtkton. jjotii . ;. w.HQnitH. 1 Wishlngtoa. D. U. Ci - Gen. Sunt, J. WiUBlaetoa. a Wn H- - M. Q jvr. T. M. 1 D. C. TATL9H.A.O.P.A.J AKD ALL KIKbS OF CEMSfERY WORK For further pttvtlculars. prices, , address. "Bfi tX-c- , , Madioi) MooUme: mehiM-ly aus. &j. v.it.-ij- - r - -- . f ... j - II 5K - . j. e.. . - - . M !? -- . ". - - " . J? BS"K rT3 '''- - - Vf s - -- K The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing A PRorosED amendment to the Constitution of Kentucky, which enables municipalities to provide fortaxatiou of property other than real estate and imPUBLISHED EYE&T WKDKI3BAT BT provements thereon, based ou income, Go. licenses of tranchises, will bo submitted Tho to a vote of the people at the next NoThe object of the vember election. Proprietor, iBd&titon. amendment, briefly stated, is to vest in MUmT' C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. the legislature authority to grant to the municipal authorities in all towns and PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. cities in the state the right, in their local IN ADVANCE, SI. 25 charters, to adopt such system of taxation for their own local purpose only, as - 1897. WEDNESDAY. SEPT 8, seemsbest for the Interests of their own community. silver, in better humor. Almost all bit Mrs. Alex. Shropshire, Miss Shrop- store. Lancaster Record. terness appears to have disappeared, and shire and Mrs. J. W. Porter, of LexTwenty-fou- r couples enjoyed the it w ill not be long before they get togeth- ington, visited Mrs. T. S. Hagan last delightful card party given by Miss week. Mamio McRoberts last evening to her er. They realize that they cannot afford to turn the State over to Republican rule, lawyer of Frankfort, was tbo guest w Inch has so far been a dismal and dislast week of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. graceful failure, and there will be no Buchanan. difficulty in rolling up a good, big DemoMrs. C. S. Holton has for a guest We fairly snifT Mrs. R. II. Shafstall, and son, of Daycratic majority this year. Smno of the prettiest embroidery we ever saw is at Stormes' drug store. It was done by Mrs. L. R. Blanton, of Richmond. She is thinking of giving a few lessons in Lancaster and those interested in this class of work can get any desired in"I never saw the Democrats, pold and Old Point and other Virginia resorts. formation by calling at the above for Circuit Judgo, was in the city Wednesday. Clay City Chronicle. Dr. L. J. Frazee's many friends are delighted to seo him out again after n painful illness of several weeks. Mr. R F. Spears was over on Monday from Jessamine, visiting- Mrs. T. T. Covington and Jlrs. R. E. Turley. Miss Mary Letcher, of "Cincinnati, her sister, Mrs. Ruthis the guest erford Douglas. Jessamine Journal. Misses Ida and Katherine Park returned to Irvine yesterday, after several days visit to friends at Waco. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Hanger are at home from a pleasant sojourn at t-- f He was accompanied by Master Heath Willis. Anderson News. Dr. T, D. Witherspoon, of T. M. Morhero Monday row and family enjoyed an outing at Misses Pearlie Torrent Tuesday and Ella Keen returned from RichC. E. Smith, of mond Saturday Richmond, was registered at tho Arlington Monday. Jackson Hustler. Louis-ville.-w- as "The Swallow Homeward Flies'' We note with pleasure the return of Air. Swallow, ono of C,U.'s best boys. Ho has done a great deal c Was Growing Worse Liver and Stomach Troubles Too Woak to Work Now Able to Do All ' fl Mistaken mi for the College through the medinm of the Atlantis, in Y. AI. C. A. work, also in the societies, ii oratory, and the class room. His labor has been earnest and faithful and he deserves well at tho hands of our people. Whifecappers at Work. following persons residing 4 miles The east of Berca, in Jackson Hollow, wore unmercifully beaten by unknown parties. The victims were Robert Clemins and wife, Charles Mnrry and James Blev-inAirs. Clemins was in a delicate condition, but did not escape a severe beating. The grand jury will take up the case as some of the assailants were recoguiz-ed- . s. Her Kousowork. Hon. Win. Cromwell, a prominent guests, Mrs. Bates Shackelford and DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk o' Court of Appeals, Register, will now begiu to ta'.k for the SAM J. SHACKELFORD, of Daviess county. Democratic ticket through the columns of is paj er like he did to an Enquirer reporter, we would feel that we had an For Circnit Jmlge THOMAS J. SCOTT, additional journalistic recruit in the of Madison county. coming fight against Republicans and Hannacrats. For Commonwealth!, Attorney B. A. CRUTCHER, The Glasgow Times fully agrees of Jessamine county. with the Climax in its contention that the prosperity which is just now abroad m the land H clue neither to Keprete illative, W. TV. COMBS. the Republican high tariff nor to Sound Money, but to short crops County Jmlge, abroad. Hard times came under the P. If. SULLIVAN. gold standard, remember, and Avere growing steadily worse, un'il the blighted crops of other nation forced CountT Attorney, our products on the market. Wheat J. TEV1S COCB. at SI is just what it should al Sheriff, but it cannot bring it under the gold standard without other naII. II. COLTER. tions are starving! But to the Glasgow Times, Jim Richardson's splenCircuit Clerk, S. H. THORPE, JR. did paper: "The Times does not believe that, County Clerk, with a contracting currency for the JOHN F. WHITE. people, and a gold dollar appreciating in value as the basis of our finanJailer, cial system, any rise in the price of JAMES C. LACKEY. anj farm product can bo more than temporary. Possibly, there may be Assessor, better times ahead for a season the T. 0. CURRY. same influences which were engaged in tearing down last year are attemptSuperintendent Public Schools, ing to build up now; the money WAGERS. power that defeated Democracy in J. '1K5 by crying hard tiin"?, is struggling to clinch that victory in 97 by Coroner, M. G. BROWN. forcing prosperity but it will not last. After a bit, the people will be Surveyor, brought up with a round turn, and S. F. ROCK. the thumbscrews again fitted and tightened for torture. CITY TICKET. "Permanent relief for the miisvc.--, can only be found, will only be found, For Mayor j". II. STOUFFEB. in the triumph of the great, cardinal Democratic doctrines of free trade Judce ForCit3' and free silver." II. C. RICE For City Attorney .! TALBOT JACKSON. 1 victory in the air." The foregoing is a part of a Cincinnati Enquirer interview with Mr. Richard W. to Cincinnati last Miller, during Thursday. If Mr. R- - W. Miller, Editor of the Iris-vis- ton, Ohio. Mrs. Shafstall has many friends here. Misses Ella and Daisy Clark, and Mr. John M. Clark and wife, of Covington, are vibiting Mrs. Richard Clark, of Cottonburg. Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett continues extremely ill. Mr. Will Bennett and sister, Mits Belle, arrived on Monday night from Washington. Miss Amelia Kavanaugh and Dorcas Francis, of Richmond, are guests of Abner Oldham and family. Mt. way-bring- , Sterling Mr. Thomas Gentiy, of Estill county, enroute homo from Missouri, was tho guest of his son, R. IJ. Gentry, several days last week. Misses Nancy Hall and Mona after a delightful visit with friends and relatives in Estill county, returned home last Wednesday. Mrs. A. O. Wallace, of this city, is in Richmond, at the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett, who is dangerously ill. Lexington Herald. Mrs. D. B. Shackelford and two Sentinel-Democrat. Pra-the- r, children, and Miss DeMoville returned on Wednesday from a charming visit to Miss McRoberts, at Danville. Mr. Thomas II. Pickels attended the L. A. C. dance at Merrick Lodge, Lexington, last Friday night, and PERSONAL. corxcii-MEX- . Court House TEVIS, PICKELS. City MAUPIN. University GIBSON, RALLARD. Hall-MERSHON, Mrs. B. F. Boggs is visiting in Jes- samine. Mrs. Charles Jacobs is visiting in RICIIMOVI) DISTRICT. Rushville, Ind. For Majitrate N. B. TURPIN. Dr. and Mrs. C II. Vaught are at L SIMMONS. home from Trenton. For Contable-- W Marshal T. Edgar Fark, of Irvine, Tun RuselUvi'.le Herald, which bol- was here court day. ted Urvan and the Democratic ticket in Mrs. E. W. Powell and son are visthe l.tht atnpaii;:i, has fallen into line iting at Nicholasviile. again and comes out squarely for the enMfcs Sue Deatberage tire county, dUtri t and State nominees. Miss is no law prohibiting wheat being made Miss Susie Stewart, of Winchester, into flour. That's why wheat is up. is visiting Mrs. French Tipton. There is a law prohibiting 6ilver beinc Dr. Ed. Poyntz, who is ill at his coined into money. '"hat's w by silver is father's, in this city, is improving. dow n.". Mrs. E. E. Wagner, oi Chicago, is ShelbYYille is the only town of its visiting her sister, Mrs J. S. Collins. size in the Slate that has a vitrified brick Mrs. D. S. Harbor and Mrs. Will street, and it is the only town of its 6ize McCord spent Monday in Lexington- in the United Slates without a tent of Mr. John Park, of Irvine, was the bonded indebiodness and a tax rate of guest of Mrs.,Thos. S. Moberley, Mononly twenty-fivcents on tlio hundred day. dollars for municipil purposes. Miss Florrie Hood, of Lebanon, is An" election has been ordered to be visiting her sister, Mrs. I. Shelby held in Wixvtf.nd county at the next livine. regular election, Nov. 2J, to take the Master Ronald Oldham is the guest pense ot the voters of the county on a of his aunt, Mrs. II. C. Shipp, at Lexproposition to isoue county bonds, not ington. exceedinj; in amount $50.00"), for the Mrs. Bland Ballard, who has been purchase and nmintainance ot the turn very ill since the Fair, is but little pike roads in the county improved. Miss Bessie Spears arrived on Mon), Oca (listing, conlemp., the day from Jessamine and was warmly has not yet discovered w here it is at;" or if it hap, it has not vouchsafed to welcomed. Mr. J. Davis Reid, of Mt. Sterling, tell the public where it may be found. Is or just is visiting his daughter, Mrs. D. M. the Democratf?) a straddle-hu- e g a that is determined to "June" ! Chenault. for its exclusive edification? Under Mr. and Mrs. Couchman, of Fayette which device, Mister Deniocrat(?)? county, are visiting Mr. R. F. Brown, Harrodsburg Sayings. at Whites Station. e Derao-Crat?gold-bu- is visiting Ida Park, nenr Irvine. TiiElIopkinsville Kentuckian sizes up Mr. and Mrs V. W. Pigg leave tothe situation britfly, as follows: "There morrow for a visit to Missouri. Miss Belle Miss John L Sullivan is so far advanced in Dusie, Farley, March and niece, visitare in Jessamine, his campaign for Mayor of Boston that he is able to announce his official staff". ing Mrs. II. B. Land. Miss Elizabeth Ruddick, of CoHe has selected for Chief of Police Robert J. Fitzsimmons; for Commissioner of lumbus, Ind., is the guest of Mr. and Public Works, James J. Corbett; for Mrs. A. R Gibbs, at Kingston. Mrs. Lula Davis and sons have reCity Engineer, Dominick McCaffrey; for Controller of the Currency "Dan" Stuart turned to Campbellsville, after a John J Engals is to be his private secre- visit to Mr. and Mrs. S Parrish. tary. T. J. Scott, of Richmond, candidate mmz Midsummer Clearance Sale! MP Brower.ScotiFrnzee Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. -- says it was dead swell from open to close. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller and little daughter, Elizabeth Gentry, are now located on Fifth street, near the tlneo ministers, Itevs. MacMillan, Lloyd and Young. Mr. Edgar Shannon, C. U. '04, was the guest of friends here last Wednesday. He is a professor in the country of yours,' said she." Mayor Adam Baum on WedneK'ay University of Arkansas, which has last, September 1, 1897, celebrated jx hundred students. the forty first year of his residence- in Mr. Geo. Engleman snd Mrs. Bronaugh Englemnn, of Stanford, Alt. Sterling, the city over which ho and Mis. B. F. Bronaugh. of Jessa- presides as Mayor. These years mine, are the guests of Mrs T. T. and have been full of activity and as he looked back over the record no doubt Mrs. It. C. II. Covington. he felt that' they had not been Mr. Cyrus Douglas, of Douglas & spent in vain, lie has made a forBright, left Monday to visit relatives tune, has reared a lovely family and at Bloomington, III., after which he is crowned with honors by his fellow will go to Philadelphia, to inspect citizens, t. Ml Sterling shoo factories and styles in footwear Alayor Baum is tite father of Miss Alberta Anderson has re- Mrs. R. E. L. Biggerstaff , of this city. turned from a visit to friends in The Woman's Edition of the RichRichmond ...... A. G. Daniel, of .Lexingmond Register is a splendid success, ton, was here this week visiting every of the space leing filled friends and relatives. Lancaster Re- with inch n articles and intercord. esting news paragraphs. One admiMr. Jas. T. Wilson has been spend- rable characteristic of the new woming a week at Richmond and Irvine. an is that she is not ashamed Miss Katherine Biauton, of Rich- of her husband. Almost every marmond, is visiting Mrs. J. llaldou ried lady connected with tho enterGrimes, this week. Harrodsburg prise used her husband's name when Democrat. the occasion demanded instead of Mr. C. A. Fish, of Paint L'ck,who making herself a widow in tho eyes graduated at Georgetown last June of the reading public by signing her with honors, left here on Monday name '"Mrs. Samantha Soandso," with Messrs. E. L. Moore and George instead of "Airs. Jeremiah Soandso." Todd to enter them at the GeorgeBourbon News. town College. Dr. Kincade and wife, of LaFolette, Mrs. Bettio J. Bibb, of Richmond, Tenn., who have been visiting in the Va., is visiting Mrs. Jos. F. Jones, at the Bluegrass, stopped off here to Pine Grove Miss Allio Stewart, of spend a few days with Billy Cooper. Red House, was the guest of Miss Miss Sue Alaupin is in company with Allie Morton Owen last week. Win- them and will go home with the docchester Deu.ocrat. tor and his wife Annt Alit left last says that Miss week to visit two weeks in RichThe Iuterior-Journa- l Lena Lackoy, daughter of Hon. G. A. mond. We knowAuutMit will have a Lackey, of Stanford, and Mr. Ed. a pleasant time. She left word that Peyton, of West Lincoln, will come if auyof'her boys took sick during to Danville next Wednesday to be her absence to notify her anil she Our "Cousin would return at once married. Danville Advocate. Dickie Collier" expressed himself as Miss Susie Witt, of Kincston, was hero visiting the MUses Rutnerafew meeting with much success in his Miss Ily Proctor, who iipw work as a commercial salesman. days since Corbin News. lias been in the Richmond Infirmary Airs. Howard, of Baltimore, the imfor some time, has returned much mother of Mrs. Charlton proved. Wildie cor. Mt. Vernon SigAlorgan, of Lexington, was stricken nal. Miss Lula Bryan, of Richmond, is on Sunday last with paralysis. Mrs. Thos. Alorgan had left her a few days ago visiting the Misses Crutcher Ammerman, of Richmond, was in so well frhu walked nearly a mile to Mrs. David A. church. She has never lost a tooth. town yesterday Myers, of Richmond, visited relatives Mrs. Howard is a daughter of Francis here this week. Nicholasville Dcriio-cra- t. Key, who wrote "The Star Spangled Banner;" and has the original copy. Mr. F. H. Adair and bride, nee Miss Merdrue Frances, of Rich- Aliss Miunie Stewart, of Carlisle, who mond, visited Mrs. J. H. Tribblo dur- was married in Cincinnati on the 9th ing the Fair Hon. James B. Mc- , have returned to that place Creary, of Richmond, was hero last inst after an extended tour of the West. Thursday, attending tho Fair and Up until the present they have been shaking hands with friends. Shelby busy receiving tho congratulations of Sentinel. their friends and attending the nuMr. Bowman Moore and wife, nee merous receptions which have been Sophronia Buster, of Egremont, Miss., given in their honor. They will go are guests at tho "Old Kentucky to housekeeping at tho home of tho Home" for some weeks .....Mr. Nev- grooniVs father and mother on Loille Moberley, of Richmond, is the cust Mroet, the latter resigning- their guest of Mr. Chas. Marshall Har- care, entirely to them. Paris Kenrodsburg Sayings. tuckian. Dr. John M. Burnam, of the University of Missouri, at Columbia, arrived yesterday afternoon for a short visit at Mr. Chas. Stovens BYnuar. At tho residence of his homo, on East Third street. Dr. daughter, Airs. Wm. Lnyton, near tho Burnam has just returned from a trip Kentucky river, Mr. Klnch Byruin, abroad. Bourbon News. aged 88 years. Old age was the sup3Iisses May me and Lydia Thomp- posed cause of his death. son, of Judy, this county, will visit at - Miss Do Moville. Progressive Cinch was played and the prizes, a handsome plate and a book, were won by Mrs. James Kinnaird and Mr. Will Woodcock. Danville Advocate. Mrs. W. A. Oldham, of Carthago, Mo., and her daughters, Mrs. Jack Groves, of Lexington, Mo., Mrs. J. W. Harris, of Norton, Kas , and Miss Talitha Oldham, of Carthago, Mo., and also Miss Bessie Rogers, of Scott county, Ky , have been visiting Mrs. Oldham's sister, Airs. J. W. Embry, on the Barnes Mill pike. Theirs was a delightful Miss Nannie Heath has been tendered the position of teacher of elocution in the Hardin Collegiate Institute, at Elizabeth town, and will accept. In which event tho school obtains the services of one of the most promising elocutionists in the South. Miss Heath left on Monday, but will be hero on September 10, to give her public recital. Trof. Rice Miller orders tho Climax to Elizabethtown. We endorse the following from tho Jessamine Jon-na- l: "Prof. Rice Miller left Wet. osday to assume the principal-shi- p f the Hardin Collegiate Institute, - Elizabethtown. Prof. Miller is a fine instructor and tho citizens of that place can feel assured that their institution of learning will be safe in his hands." Mr. Harry Morgan and brother are rejoicing over the arrival of their mother from Stallord, England, "she having arrived last Tuesday. Col. Craddock, of Paris, says in the Kentuckian: "Mrs. John Morgan, a fine English lady, passed here to visit her sons, who are farming near Richmond, Ky. She came alone the long trip, but did not feel lonely though, as every one on board ship or cars tried to make her time pass pleasantly. 'Oh, this is a grand re-uni- We used to hear a great deal about things that fit "like tne paper on the wall." but how frefit is that the The New Collectors Appointments. Sarsa- quent it wall. Just paper don's because it on the followCollector Yerkes has made the parilla pasted hard is no sign that it fits ing appointments: Is tho best In fact tho Ono TrcoBlood rurincr. Chief Deputy, Bland Ball ird, succeedTee pattern may not be right, the all druggists. Be suro to get Hood's. ing W. L. Crutcher; Cashier, J. 11. Sur-- it colors may not suit the room curellYcrlUs.easytotake, ber, Junction City, succeeding S. B, riOOu S FillS easy to opjrate. SScents. You will get the moit suitable White, Richmond; Stamp Deputy, at by coming to us. Our stock, Lawrenceburg, C. W. Petty, Nicholasconservative concern which sells its is the largest this side of the largville, Alias Ora B. Wilmore; Division products under an absolute guaran- est cities. PRICES RIGHT and Deputies, II. E. Atkerson and E. S. Deputy Brandy Collector. F. V tee to cure or money refunded. Ev- designs varied. All Wall Papers Logan ; Janitor of Government Building ery one of our retail druggists is auguaran carried in full combinations. thorized to sell J. F. Combs, of Danville. cure, and Cascar-etteed tobacco habit Walls, Ceiling and Border to Newspaper and Preacher Row. guaranteed constipation cure, match. All of our 10c papers reFifth street is alive with preachers under this absolute guarantee, and duced to 5c. Will furnish and printers. Revs. McMillan, Lloyd our readers need not hesitate to buy paper, hung on wall, with and Young reside within fifty feet of theso preparations, as.it involves no "I was under tho caro of a physician for two years and he was ti eating- me for Btoznach and liver troubles and femalo difficulties, but I only crctr worse under .his treatment. I was so weak I could do hardly any work. X was at lost induced to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills and these medicines have done me iso much good that I novr weigh 113 pounds and am able to do all my housework. I flnnl7 believe I should have been In my grave today it it had not been for My little girl was Hood's Sarsaparilla. afflicted with, phthisic. I gt.ve her Hood's Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her." ME3. K. S. Hakpeb, 7C1 University Avenue, KnoxviJUc, Tennestee. THERE 111 MAY OTHERS 8taaQCPee3iaa(3ateti. Hood's i.-- n But they arc not in town. You can ml here. Even article in the hu. brought direct from the leading f., in the last sixty days, and our a filled with nice, clean fall styles in . pa,-pe- rs llel-bur- n; No-To-B- s, 10-ce- nt thing in our line each other, whilst all the newspapers are represented on the row, viz: A. D. Miller, II. P. Reid and C. E. Woods, of tho Climax; W. A. Brad-shaand John Harris, of the Regis ter; Alilo and "Colonel" Shanks, of the Pantagraph. Around one corner resides Judge Chenault, proprietor of tho ("LisrAX, while R. Lee Davis, of the Register, lives round the other. w irisk whatever, either physical or border, complete financial. Room 10 x 14 Treat Them Kindly. Room 12 x 14 Every newspaper treasuns up in its Room 14 x 16 memory the names of its friends and likewise its enemies. It seldom, if ever, overlooks an opportunity to assist the former, but never goes out of its way to boost the latter. Human nature is pretty nincli the same every w here. People w ho $2 75. ?joo. $3.30. Caldwell High School Opening. i.- This splendid school, under the management of its excellent principal, Prof. Clark, and his uuexrelled corps of assistants, opened on Monday, witli 250 pupils. As it was Labor Day nnd court day the attendance was small. Nearly 300 attended yesterday. The following gentlemen were present at tho opening and made addresses: Revs. AlacAlillan and Lloyd, Hon. W. B. Smith, Dr. W. G. White, nnd Air. Elislia Parrish. A pleasant feature was the elocution recital by Aliss Georgia Roy AIucAHIIan. Prof. Clark is delighted with the school's outlook. A show the new spaper man kindness never make a better investment or one that more eurely pays them a hundred fold sooner or later. As has been truly said, there comes a time in the life of every man when a word said by the newspaper either makes or unmakes the individual mentioned. A And all other rooms at same proportionate price. A good mixed Paint at $1.10 per gallon. All other kinds of Paints at the lowest wholesale city prices. It will certainly be to your interest to call and get my prices. Very Respeclfulljj S3 In selected Quartered Oak, Curly Birch, Bird's Eye Maple aud Curly Cherry. Tni--ir rp 'ff-- . l r ai TI., J A u ..!. ttejb . c V 'i- - Geo. M. 209 Farewell to Mrs. A. R. Elurnam. Willging Kentucky. Horseman Collides With a Serious Results. Buggy With An-u- ie In company with Aliss Bessie Golden, Mr. UlyssesS. Coyle was return ing home in a buggy last Thursday night from services at the Glade church, when two horsemen came dashing down tho road at break-nec- k speed and one of them ran squarely into the vehicle overturning it and injuring the occupants. Miss Golden was struck in the side by the horse's head and was seriously injured internally. Air. Coyle was bruised only slightly in tho shake-uAliss Golden is a niece of Air. R. F. Golden, of this city. Her condition is critical. The affair was much lamented. p. Sentinel-Democra- Brought to Richmond. well-writte- Deputy Sheriff Epperson last week took Richard Lakes to Richmond and lodged him in jail. likes was arrested here on suspicion of having stolen a lot of cattle. A pistol was found on him and he was fined and imprisoned on this charge. Four warrants, charging cattle stealing were issued by the Afadison county authorities and he was taken to Richmond as soon as his term of imprisonment here expired. In default of one thousand dollars bond he remains in jail there. Curtis Coyle, who was arrested here under the same circumstances, appealed, gave bond and has disappeared. Winchester Democrat. Richmond Only Four Years Old. Thursday evening hist there was a gathering of the Boonesborough Chapter of the D. A. R., at the residence of Col. and Airs. C. D. Chenault complimentary to Airs. A. It. Rurnam, who will so soon follow her husband to his now home at Frankfort. Tho chapters had assembled in response to the cordial invitation of Airs. Chenault to express their regret at Mrs Rurnam's withdrawal from their midst and to wish her There was a small quota of the husbands present but being very much in the minority they wisely held their place, only smiling approval when Judge John C. Chenault was nominated and elected Lhonorary member of the Chapter, he being the fourth man thus complimented, Col. C. D. Chenault, Judge William Chenault, and Mr. A. C. Quisenbcrry, of Washington, being the ether three upon the honor roll. Mrs. Chenault, the Regent, always a cordial and delightful hostess, was at her best and gracefully picsided over her well appointed table addinc to each guest's enjoyment of her pretty lunch by special and gracions attentions. Upon returning to the drawing room nothing diunted by the presence of the masculine contingents, the Regent called the house to order for the necessary consideration of business, after which Alise Minerva Phelps, at the request of the chapter endeavored to express to Mrs. Burnam their regret at her going. In Airs. Burnam they are losing a mott valued aud useful member, but while they will miss her and helpful presence and deeply legret l.er loss, they extend to the community of Frankfort their hearty congratulations upon gaining so noble and useful a woAI. P. P. man. On God-speed. W. MAIN STREET, fe Richmond, and Curly Birch, Separate Bedsteads, Iron Bedsteads, cheap, medium and Sideboards, ChiiFoniers and Wardrobes, China Closets, Combination high-price- d yzsjpfc 3 iiuu jjiir;ii jjniiv-vci3t;- o .tun PUBLIC SALE! As a;cnt for T B , J. A. B. Walker, I will on ii m J , It. L., j. n. ami 183 Desks, Extension Tables in all grade-- , and styles. Chairs of every description. not fail to come, look through anil trot. nvicp , t.lion j von five s,iir to hnv.jj,... w l.hi f'y0, e T"-D- xSJw - 4 i' A fefSvJK. jvAA, 't? iX.i i ' M September 7. on the premises, at the residence where D B. Walker now lives, one mile southwest of Kirks-vill- c, at 10 o'clock a. m , sell to the highest and best bidder, the D. II. Walker tract of land, said to contain about This farm hai upon it a good brick and frame residence, with good barn and outbuildings, under good fence, with plenty of water, and in a high state of cultivation, in a good quiet neighborhood, close to good school and churches, and in three miles of two depots. Any one wishing to look at said farm before day of sale, will call upon D B. Walker on the farm, or W P. Prewitt. at Kirksville. TERMS One-ha- lf cash January I, 183S, the balance in one, two and three naymtnts, with six per cent, interest until paid. lOzi KCRES, C;&:3 m fe Furniture and Undertakers. Indiana Bigg erstaff, HERS WANTED! W. P. PrJSWITT, Agent. augli-4- w Public Rentim tienibers I will rent publicly to the highest bidder, on the premises, about 10 o'clock, a m., on Over 400,000 vacancies several times as many vacancies as members l VR-Several p'ans. two plans give free rcgistrat.on one plan book, containing rlaus and a$j0U.0U love story Dien'spavsfor employers for recommending teachers S.W Cor Main S.Sts ,Louisville,Ky mwaTumuuctn Sortlfn nanciM Ciicajo ffi:t, &sti(n ticuikj iMBiflk &te. jly21-2m ' N SOCTHEaS TEACHERS' BUREAU, I Rtv D O M Surrey. A. H ' SCTTO-- I 69-7- 1 Saturday, Espi. 11, W. (toe Dearborn ft rmrtnt 11 T CHER t 81 Wis ? w . w w w irw,g-n-Www"'ww'- ''- m m . y'w The farm known as the James Tribble place, situated on the Jack's Creek pike, 7', miles from Richmond, containing "". -A- .m.-j The fourth anniversary of Richmond was celebrated on Sept. 2, with great ceremony at the home of Air. and Airs. A. Woolstein, on Third street, and fourteen invited young friends were present to enjoy the festivities. The occasion was the fourth birthday of their little son, AInster Richmond, named in honor of Richmond, Kentucky. The little fellow was born on Sept. 2, 1893, and hispar-i-n- ts could have selected no prettier or more appropriate name than that which he will wear through life. May his career be so successful that in the years to come our citizens may point with pride to Richmond "Wool-Htetho millionaire namesako of in CORRESPONDENCE. VALLEY VIEW. PERSONALS. :::::600 acres,::::: s, (The Reason Why!! u J! in good repair, good stables and other also two comfortable tenement horses. Fifty or sixty acres to be put in wheat and fifty to go in corn, the remainder in grsss. IT IS WELL WATERED AND On which is one Nice Dwelling House LOCATED. Aliss Emma Tuttle of Spears spent Sunday with the Misses Burgess. At the same time and place, I will sell T Stephen Dnnn and wife of Ford, aro mares, 5 yearling mules, ons extra saddle colt, one milch cow, a mowing maCJ. B. Dunn. visiting their son, chine, a rake, harrow, wagon and other farming implements. For further information H. R. Smith, our popular and efficient apply to Jake S. White, White Hall, Ky., or agent, spent Sunday in Irvine. D. Tribble, Richmond, Ky. J. Talton Turner and wife, of Lexington, Mrs. Jas. P. Tribble, aie visiting relatives at Million. Alontgomery Afoore. of Princeton. AIo., aug!8-.1Administratrix. visited the family of V. L. Ledford, last week. Aliss Lizzie King of Clark county is BRIDGEFORD'S spending a few days with her sister Airs.. Rufus Dunn. RANGE, Airs. Susan McGuire and Aliss Mollie Richmond, Kentui-ky- . flowe attended the Cane Spring baptist Denial Association. SEE THEM! association last week. Blue Grass Dental Association The Miss Rosa Ashbaugh, of Cincinnati, EXAMINE THEM! met in Winchester yesterday. The fol- who has been visiting Mrs. Morgan TayPURCHASE THEM! lor returned home Friday. lowing was the "W. Beck will return home Airs. G. PKOC.KAM. this week from Ohio, where she was cal1. Cal.ling the Roll. led to the bedside of her father. Air. who is dangerously ill. 2 Reading the Minutes of last Aleet- Airs. William Paul and dau;hter of inc Huntington West Virginia returned 3. President's Address. home Satuiday after a pleasant .stay of a 4. Clinic by Dr. J. W. Stapelton, few das with her sister Mrs. T. R.Spur-locCrystal Aiat Gold Filling. Election of Officers. Born, to the wife of G. W. Foster, Aug 30, a boy. READING OK TAPERS. ld w Freeman Brothers are making such a sweeping reduction in the prices of B oots and Shoes Is that their fall and winter stock is about all in and they are compelled to make room for them. Now is the time to get a BAHGAIN. 11 i H ; i M ECONOMIST I II I U t M )l 1 4 t I Ale-Kinl- er Freeman Bros., fl tl 1 I V Phone, No. 21. k. ; .w M,-- . First s ;- it i I -jj V - DEATHS. - m mil -s p. 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, kjtUig r. i! 4 L . l;,hi: COME AND Oern-- r Strictly Firtss. IF YOU WANT BARGAINS SEE US. !i BROWEB, SCOTT 32-3- 1 & FEAZEE, iJ32SaWH& ' Mala and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Lurday, picnic will be given at Slate Lick Springs All candidates. George Ii. Douglas and Miss Anna Republican and Democrats, aro reMargaret Worley, of Fayette county, quested to be present. A general will wed September J at Pisgah good time is promised. church, Woodford county. The Central University. groom-to-b- e is a. brother o" Rev. twenty fourth session of this Rutherford E, and Mr. Francis B. The Douglas, all well known In Richmond. institution will open Judge Embry, of Washington Gityt ber 8. Tho prospects for a full aro said to be unusually formerly of Richmond, in vieiting-thgood. Good crops froo turnpikes State, stopped over here from A where his wife's, relatives, the and better times should" bring in Pearces.live. Jio is ono of the most many of our Madisoncouuty boy. agreeable and entertaining of luen. Circuit Court News. Paris Kentuckian. Judge Embry Circuit court convened on Monday is now visiting in Richmond. Judge Scott presiding and CommonMiss Davie Burton returned from wealth Attorney B. A. 'Crutcher ready Estill Springs' Saturday to resume for tho prosecution. following are her duties in the Lawrciieeburg grand jurors:, A.T. Chcnanlt foreman: School Mouday... Ospt. WuE. D. S. irarber, 0.W.' H4sle;'E. D.BsIlanL Bell came over from JUebmondStu- - Wm. .JDonkfT. Mc. bterling A Sentinel-Democrat. M e Nashville Tenn., nnd take in the Exposition this month. They will be guests of Ry. and Mrs. C. A Moor, the latter being their sister. LOCAL. Picnic al Stale Lick Springs. O. F. Soper did not start his saw mill as was reported a few days ago. The Southern Lumber Co will shut down in about thiee weeks, being out of logs. The ladies of the Presbyterian church have organized a sewing circle at this place. A crowd of young people visited Boonesboro Sunday and spent the day at SOLD IN that noted place. M. F. Whorton informs your corresImportant Contract Secured. RICHMOND. pondent, that he has not sold alt of the We are glad to inform our readers lumber on his yaul. as w stated that we have closed a contract, for ad- through these columns a few weeks ago. vertising aud C'ascarets, E. L. Haden contemplates a trip to tho famous preparations manufac- the North Pole in a balloon, in ttie near arrangements for future He has CO. tured by the Sterling Remedy Co., of a parachute leap made near the If loudike at or Chicago and Now York. The Ster- gold fields. ling Remedy Co., appreciate the value A prayer meeting has been oiganized of this paper as an advertising me- here, and meets even Thursday night. ".20.C0 IT COLO. FREE: dium, and tho compliment is the The Sunday School "recently oiganized Blcycle.do'd Watch, Diamond here with O. E. Bryant, Supt., is prokinz, or a Scholarship in more marked, as the company is a gressing nicely, allarecordially invited to Draughon's Practical Busic33 AashvUlc, Tennor attend and assist in stopping oui ,nere ca. Tex., o- - a schol Sunday base-bal-l, which kiipt our arship ia most any ether reputable business colAwarded exercises. lege cr literary secured Highest Honors Wprld's Fair, young jeople from all religiousElij Ess. by doinga littleschool in the U. & can be Youths: vrork at hoise for the Jay Advocate, an illustrated journal. It is elevating in character; moral in tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peoWe offer One Hundred DollarstSeward ple ot alt aes. Stones and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample conies sent forany case of Catarrh that cacnot be Agents wanted. Aodresa Youths' Advocate free. Vutx Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this; pagezj ' cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. augl8-I- y F. J. CHENEY & Co , Propa., (Toledo. Dr. A. Wilks Smith Pi- - Richmond, NOTES FIRED AT .RANDOM. tal Legislation. Mt Sterling, Dr. D. :. Prostor Anesthesia. 8. Dr. AlcFerran Crow Versailles, Filing a Living Tooth. 9. Dr. Welby W. Burgin...Richmond, Amalgam. 10. Incident to Office Practice, By Members of the Society raliBiiMralfiBJgjT STErTHjarrHJErTHJHfiHJsrasraHrasrHii j-- 1 S Til : rt i Mm Si ii "akg Kentucky Shoe Grain Drills and Superior Disc Grain Drills -- Si PI- - No-To-B- ac PIE Sill Young; People ga semi-month- to-fo- re LOW AT- - I aye-vill- a, 0. . CREAM We the undersigned, J. Cheney honorable, in hive kntlwn F. BAKING lr-d- od a MOST PERFECT,. MADE.. vmm J all business POS1T1VKLX EUtatvj FaJnnit transactions and financially able to carry jratfl dJU,NVrroiM Meeplecaaao. ete-- earned, lapotencr. or Atxuo or other Exeenes ast out any obligation made by theirjfirm. Thry rutclv and nimV raters Lost VHalKr ia oKtorrousi.iBj West & Truax, Wholesale DrjiRgists. BtaauaiorKaay, omiooss or marrtag. rrevet Toledo, O. Wakling, Kiiman & Slarvto, ttbamuw. Their TtllimitT and 0ikhiiiIa if aw how immediate uurara. -- MADE TABLETS A MAN ME AJAX CORE Xea-crjImJta-cretloi- D.B. Shackelford BBS & Co.' one pa IrTM Put tout wheat in with -- , . Wholesale DroggtetR, Toledo, O. f , tmwiijriiu the eeealM AHx.TsMeto Xfcer ly . Hall's Catarrh 'Cure k takuu, lllTfi tttiITi nn !... in ..!. I ..... i Mmm eoeh earn I tmr upon' the blocil and pMum w miud tfee Burner. PrEee tor tCJO.; Br x (rail IreatsiMlV injernal-ly,!tindir6Ci 1m. mm of these drills fruw trial ri v, HS1 " aiid'aliere wiW.Timvi; I !-!- . SleJ. :"it.l j--i " "' "-- i ft h ,i -- It fci-v!6.- i! Kr i,i i J.-.R- .1 - i ;A pure Grape Cream of.TarUr PcvvdeV-Frtfrwu Ammonia, Alum or any other adutteaot, ,. 340 YEAK THg STANDARD. " - 'mHcOtts wirfceof !hesjf4em. SoW p'r,Ke?5c.- - ,a fi;, vw n and increase your ir-i- w ujaaau. mm ramJ i I ' perboUle. by U Drnggist .Tes- - t; .'" ' " 'u ta!?i '". h4kT i.- ,i, jlJL ji - - G M s Tho Daughters of the Confederacy will not meet this week. Due notice will bo given. Zf - i The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1897. Married in His Shirt Sleeves. Henry Colson, who owns a200-acr- e ity guaranteed. Covington & MitchKirksville, Ky., Sept. 11. 1807. ell. R. L. Gentry, agent. 10:00 a m., Invocation. Rev. Russell habitants. --B. F. Weitzel, adjuster for the Phor-ni- x The Grand Rivers school started up on Briny. Robert Simpson of "White Hall, who Insurance Co., of Hartford, of which Make tho Host of Yourself. Monday. Attitude of the public towards the horse in Estill last S. was thrown from a R. White is agent, occupied only three It is the duty of every man to make school. Prof. J. D. Clarke. Everybody Says So. week, is still in a critical condition. hours in settling with John Farley for " the most of himself. Whatever his capTsTot Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonClothTrustees and their duty. Miss Laura acities may be. he is sure to find some derful medical discovery of the age. eas Just received and placed on sale loss on his store room damaged by fire on Glay. place where he can le useful to himself ant and refreshing to the taslc, art. per tl; tho new thing in fall hate, both soft August 20. Mr. Farley recieved $700 A Recitation. Miss Georgia McMil- and to others But he canuot reach his anil positively on kidneys, liver and honcls & Mitchell. and is perfectly satisfied. and stiff. Covincton highest usefulness without good health cleansing the entire sjsttm, dlsjul colds, lan, Elocutionist. euro headache, and he cannot have rood health without and biliousness. fever, habitual constipatior " Pleaso buy and try a boj "Pete" Dannicls, of the Columbns, The Dawn Cometh. Prof. T. P. pure blood. The blood circulates to every Examine the "Capital" farm ; 10, 'J.", :jo enti. Bold and of O. C. C. wagon and you will never bny any Ohio, team and Trueheart" Taylor, of Troup. organ and tissue and when it is pure, rich guaranteed to cure by all druggists. . R. L.Gektry, agent. Asheville, N. C, will also help Harrods-bu- m and healthy it carries health to the entire Patriotism. Prof. James Wilson. othor Squirrel hunters are putting in extra scatters dissystem, hut if it is impure it win with their pitching. Harrods-burl2:oo m. Adjourn for dinner. AVhile riding a mule at the Berea ease wherever it flows. Hood's Sarsapar-ill- a time and are having very good sjecess. Sayings. When did Taylor come 1:15 p m. How to secure a school. is the one true blood purifier. It fair John Cochran, colored, ran against a from Asheville? Prof. Jesse Cobb. He lives at HuntingMrs. "Williamson will reopen her Sel! cures Fait rhenm, scrofula, catarrh, dysfence and broke his leg the boy's leg ton, W. Va., went to Pestalozzi and his works. Prof. H.H. pepsia and rheumatism because these ect Primary School at her home on Sevschool here four diseases have their origon iu the blood enth st. the first Monday in September. The "Capital" wagon has a pat- years and at Louisville last year. Brock. I ent coop or shoveling board. Your patronage is solicted. June f The evening draweth nigh. P. H. On Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 2 o'clock R. L. Gentry, agent. Sullivan. Australia harbors one species of kanp. m. will sell to the best bidder the Between 8,000 and 10 000 people Our common schools and their prog- garoo no larger than a rat The City School at Winchester Round Hill toll gate property, belongtook in the Nelson county fair Thursday. What Hood's Sarsapnrilla has done admits children from outhide of that ing to the Kirksvillo and Kentucky ress. Prof. R. F. Scudder. Land For Sale. Educational fads. Mrs. M. H. Berry. for others it will also do for you. Hood' A New Line of Dark Pert..wn at 10 cents per day. A good River Turnpike Co. Will be offered 330 Adjournment. I have 175 acres of good land situaSarsaptrilla cures all blood diseases. Fiiggetion. in three lots, then as a whole. Terms cales, Pretty Ducks and Lad The public is cordially invited. Din-o- n It ted on the Richmond and Otter Creek Pr. Landman, the Oculist and made known on day of sale. tHe grounds. This bids fair to be one pike, two miles from Bed House, that Suitings just opened this J. P. Long, Pres. of the most interesting meetings ever A lion in a jungle will jump 23 or 30 wish to sell either as a, whole or in Optician, of Cincinnati, will be at I feet from a standing start. J. B. Walker. Sec. &Treas. on Wednes-day- , Air J. R. Willis,' week. held in the county. J. B. Harris, tno separate tracts, 75 acres in one N iitember 8. Dangerous Drinking "Water. Antonio Lopez do Santa Gordon tract and 100 acres in tie other. It is Death lurks in impure water It breeds all in cultivation under good fence, Only one of the three men got the Dudley and Count Bonfosky do $5 Wanted Lives. Look for our Fall Announceand improvements with plenty of wadiseases, often in epidemic form. buggy at Donelson's, but the other Bill Clyde Hart were thrown lrom a Some people use their energies in a MRS ment, we have some good The first symptom is looseness of the ter. The 75 acre tract has a new house two left their orders for one each of buggy Sunday and slid from C. U. to way that wastes the greater part of them. bowels. Walter Azbill's stable. Aside from kind. These diseases are checked by on it. For further information apply tiiesame things for our customers this cleaning up the street and stripping Hurry, worry, irritation, vexation, deter- taking Foley's Colic Cure, to J. Tevis Cobb or myself. den. Jno. B. Gordon will deliver his off the harness no other amusement mination, and foolish anxiety keeps them season. Make a note of this Jacob Huguely. One boy crushed another's skull with lecture, "The First Das of was c afforded. The king bolt slipped constantly wasting precious vitality. o opera Middlesborough. and watch for the announcethe Confederacy at Walton's an eccentric in the right hand sand This is foolishness. People do not want a plank, near hone, Stanford on October 4th. irritation or stimulation. When an one Hoarseness leads to serious irritation WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ment. box, which caused the fricasso. Respt., gentlemen or ladies to is tired he wants rest, not stimulants. ef the throat and may end in a racking, Dr. McFerrau Crow read a paper travel for responsible, established Mr. Henry L. Wallace will offer When any one's energies began to flag rasping cough. From this condition it house in Kentucky. Monthly, $03.00 on 'Filling a Living Tooth," bef-- re Sept. 18, recuperation, not irritation, is wanted. is but n step to serious lnng trouble. Dr. and expenses. Position steady. RefAssociation, which for sale or rent on Saturday, Rule Grass Dental about 2 o'clock, p. m. in the village of "All tired out," some people say, "I Bell's Tine Tar Honey will quickly clear erence. Enclose met in Winchester yesterday. Paint Lick, Garrard county, about need a stimulant" A very mistaken tho thaoat and.leave tho voice clear and stamped envelope. The Dominion Madison Institute is to be en- 102 acres of good farming land. The idea. No doubt such a one is in need smooth. It is an infallible remedy for Company, Dept. W. Chicago, septl larged at once, the work having been farm is well watered and fertile and of invigoration, recuperation, but not all disorders of tho throat and lungs. Get Situation to garden on Todd. The in a high state of cultivation. Pos- stimulants. awarded to contractor It Stimulants draw upon the a bottle the shares for 1898. Lind clear opening in years is promised. session will be given January 1. 1898, vigor which cne already possesses; they best of weeds and a small house to live in. A Canadian aeronaut will try to reach 20 years experience. with privilege of seeding this fall. produces no vigor. When one is tired Call at this Clay, the young wife of Mrs. Dora AV. O. MiddIjKton. the Klondike gold fields in a balloon. office. Terms made known on day of sale. out, nervous, weak and despondent, (Jen. C. M. Clay, joined Providence Bonfield. 111., Aug. 14, 1S03. CITY TAX NOTICE. is w hat is needed in the system Cats and Rats Live Happily Together. Methodist church on Sunday and "I am subject to Cramps and Colic, invigorates, recuperates, builds baptized by Rev. Geo. W. Young. old cat belonging to Mr. Collins An was Your city taxes for year 1897 have and have used many remedies, but find family up, vitalizes, enriches, reinforces. Unlike Elders L. II. Reynolds and J. Coy, at Kirksville, is raising aThis is so many other remedies, it does not sim- Foley's Colic Cure beats them all. W. been due since July 1. If not paid beof four kittens and six rats. s fore November , a penalty of ten per Robt. Boatman opened a ply irritate and stimulate. is LYeates." cent, will be added. Please call ami Zion on Sunday. Ser-- v no lie, for we have it direct from Mr. an invigorator to nerve and blood. Send meeting at Mt. Col. W. L. Crabb was held over at Prewett, of that locality, as well ?! settle. J. L. BAXTER, ices, 10 a. m., and 7 p. m. All are John for a copy of Dr. Hartman's latest book. New Castle under $2,000. as from Mr Coy himself. septS 2w City Collector. invited. Address The Drug Manufac"When the hair begins to fall out or Cutting Scrape at Round Htll. turing Co., Columbus. Ohio. F0H SALE. Levell and Paint Lick baso Point turn gray, the scalp needs doctoring, and In a general row at Round Hill, ball teams combined and played Sil-- v An inventor in Madrid has succeeded we know of no better specific than Hall's nS&i Two thoroughbred stallions. Elkwood Creek on the latter's grounds Sat- Saturday night, 'Capt." Warmoth in making a superior quality of soap out Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. It (Suburban winner), "Dunboyne," both score stood 21 to G in favor was dangerously cut in the body and of grasshoppers. urday. The was a winners. For particulars write to Luetgert, the left temple. Warmoth does not, he of Silver Creek. The man who stands idly by and sees witness in his own defense. claims, know who did the cutting. PETER POSTFIX, There will be a swell dramatic and Xo arrests have been made. the life fading out of his wife's face, augll-2Hopkinsville, Ky. A Housnold. Necccsslty. sees her health going, sees her becom-mimusical entertainment at the Court old and faded and wrinkled when Dick Colyer Seems to Have Won No family should he without Foley's Is now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approvHouse on Thursday night, Sept. 16, by she bhould still be in the perfect enjoya Premium. bowel complaints. al of a generous public. Same price to every one and Misses Nannie Heath and Mary Paitie, of igorous, useful health, is either Colic Cure, for all ment The Corbin News says: Dick Colyer less than a man or else does not kuow of Admission 25 cents. CASH in every instance. the one remedy which will bring her ir mare at the The First National Bank, of Greens-burg- , The meeting at the Glade church exhibited Mrs. Bastin's to health and stength. Perhaps and came out with the blue ribbon backhusband Ind., failed. cannot persuade her to go continues. Up to Sunday there were her NOTICE the rare bargains we are At 3 o'clock, p. m.. In front ot the Court celebrated show mare, of to her doctor, because she naturally y J. R. Boatman over Dunn's five additions. Which is woree, imprisonment for life House door, in Richmond, Ky., on offering for dreads the inevitable "examinations" and disease, like scrofula, for and J. M. Bailey were in charge, the Richmond, for the best saddle mare. or a 'Moral tieatinenu?." He can persuade her, A Whopper Was This One. former opening a meeting .Sunday at if she needs persuasion, to take Dr. Pier- example? The former, certainly, would September IS, Mt. Zion. Mrs. J. B. Stouffer saw the notice ce's Favorite Prescription. This truly be preferable were it not that Ayer's wontlerful medicine has cured hundreds I the farm known Eight, ten and twelve dollars of the big tomato presented to the of women after the best physicians have Sarsaparilla can always come to rescue aswill Uate for a term of years occupied by the farm, now t Mr. by Mrs. J. B. McCreary, and failed. It has been in constant use and aud give the poor sufTercr health, Wink Duncan. The farm lies upon the Richcan't change the thermometer, but it Climax It mond and Lexington turnpike, partly within tested ever- day for thirty 3 ears. It isn't strength, and happiness. w ill buy some of the best values in she goes it one better. Mrs. Stouffer's the city limits, and contains about A suit that suits is worth having. fall and winter suits and overcoats tomato weighs 26 ounces and meas- an experiment, there are no chances Farmers are declining ninety-si- x cents There's so much instrinsic worth of abont it. It is a ceittin cure for all that were ever shown. Covington & ures 17 inches around. Mrs. ready-mad- e weakness, irregularities and for wheat at Lexington. clothing that one is intomato weighed 10 ounces Displacements of internal organs pecuMitchell. Crciipy Children deed fortunate to light on a genuine It Saves tho Twenty-fivgo acres now com If you want to be astonished call as and was 13) inches in circumference. liar to women. bargain. Appearances are deceptive, have a splendid sale the balance is in grass. in There tois a In wheat, Seaview, Vi.-comfortabut there's nothing false in our suits. did on S. L. Midkiffand examine his Next! we Louis Wolf, who went on a jag with on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and ble residence and all necessary outbuildings, good water upon the farm. The sale on now is to decrease stock Mistaken In The Fowls. line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and $5,300 in his clothes and got robbed, at our customers coming from far and near, and TERMS and conditions made known on day and they must go. No reserve. of renting. road wagons and get bis prices for same. J. W. Masters, the popular haberdash- Louisville, has recovered all of his money speak of it in the highest terms. Many Genuine Bargains Suits at $3.50, The poorest caa afford to ride in a vehicle er, was somewhat confused one day last except $600. $4 00, $5.00,$G CO, S7 50. Can't be duhave said that their children would have plicated for twice the money other tf sept8-2at his prices. week. A lady walked into his store and Richmond, Ky. Alter jnealsyon should have simply a died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough places. set a basket of chickens upon one of the feeling of comfort and satisfaction. You Remedy had not been given. Kellam Mothers, it is not the guarantee of a when Will ex- should not feel any special indications & Ourren. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for suit of boys clothes that you want handsome show cases, is there any dancer that digestion is going on. If you do, you sale dy W G. White Richmond Ky. so much as a real good boy's suit. We claimed, "Madam, reof those chickens laying?" sept-1-m have indigestion, which means not diges can give you both in one at as low In a city is queer. But we're cutting tion. This may be tho beginning of so tt as can be found. Covingtou & plied the lady, "they are all roosters." price At 6 per cent. In sums of Near Paris Ike Curtis called Bill Staw Hats and the harvest is bereJessamine Journal many dangerous diseases, that it is best to Mitchell. ft Harvest of Bargains in all sizes; out of hie house and killed him. $1,000 and upwards, 3 to 5 0 To The People. take it in hand at once and treat it with shapes and descriptions of Hats. cough keeps the bronchial years on first mortgage onty. A hacking K. J. White, Jr., will 6ell publicly I am a candidate for the office of Shaker Digestive Cordial. For you know tubes in a state of constant irritation, 15, 85 acres of on Wednesday, Sept. S. F. Rock, of Madison. If elect- that indigestion makes poison, which which, if not speedily removed, may fine land on the Four Mile road, be- County Attorney Shoes In Every sept8-2- v Aijent. pain and sickness. And that of conduct in the office shall causes ing a part of the Jason Walker '.farm, ed, my ruleand exact justice to all peo- Shaker Digestive Cordial helps digestion lead to chronic bronchitis. No promptAt one price to all alilie. There are ;i..ipn: er remedy can be found than Ayer's and adjoining the farm of Jacob Hun- be, "equal shoe stores which keep one or two of ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall and cures indigestion. Shaker Digestive Cherry Pectoral. Its effect is immediate Having Opened a. M v- ter, deceased. ,vr the shoes we have, but there are none be my constant endeavor to secure a pru- Cordial does this by providing the diges- and the result permanent, It Mr. A. II. Lalor has been ap- - dent and economical administration of tive materials in which the sick stomach that keeps tho variety in foot wear Gen. iVeyler is cutting a swath of depointed local agent for the Singer the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus is wanting. Italso tones up and strengthw'lich makes our establishment the bewing Machine Company. Ho asks reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I ens tho digestive organs and makes them struction in the interior of Cuba. j mecca for all who are looking for fit and excellence of quality and wor1 .::"' perfectly healthy. This is the rationale all his old friends to remember him solicit your aid. manshiD. See our $1.23. S1.50. $1.75 and Si Shiwc GRANT E. Liily. in. nrh.p ahm nr.e Tho Ladies. Yck when they want anything in his line. are asking 25 per cent, more money of its method of cure, as the doctors Lackey Day At Stanford. The pleasant effect and perfect safety would say. Sold by druggists, price 10 He is a hustler. for. with which ladies may use Svrup of Fig?, The Interior Journal saj s the lollow-icents to $1.00 per bottle. It The ladies of the .Library Assouuder all conditions, makes it their favold people dined sumptuously with AT 216 WEST MAIN. at 9Gc at Chi- orite remedy. To get the true aud gen September wheat-stoociation will give a tea in their new Mr. and Mrs John AV. Rout Wednes lay; ? rooms at Collins Building, next Fri- Mrs. Eliza Lackey, S7, Mr. A. X. Lack- cago at 10 o'clock Thursday. uine article, look for tho name of the am prepared to take all kinds B o'clock. day afternoon, from 4 to California Fig Syrup Company, printed of second-han- d ey, of Paint Lick, 70, Mr. D. M. Lackey, Tired No App3tlto Poor Blooi. A choice, "I'll take the neck furniture, such and patrons'of ;the Associa- of Lancaster, 70, Mrs. Jane Ballet, of as clocks, bedsteads, mattress"I was afllicted with a tired feeling near the responsiable druggists. a or nothing said the collar to tion are cordially invited. Hiattsville, 07, Mrs. Martha Grimes, 78. and general debility. I had no appetite s es, bureaus, side-board- s, the cuff." "Well, I'll beelose Frank A.Novark, the murderer was couches, in fact anything you For holding the Richmond Regis- Mrs. John J. McRoberts and Hon. G. and my blood did not seem to circulate. ter in line for the third party French A. 1 mickey were also present, but they Finally I began taking Hood's Sareapar-ill- a caught in Alaska was brought back to want to dispose of to hand," replied the cuff, and in the line Tipton received a job under Yerkes weuld't tell their ages. The occasion was The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the peo- which gave me a good appetite and the scene of his crime in Iowa. of furniture or old cast off as causer. As for as we know he Is Mrs. Lackey's birthday. entirely cured the tired feeling." Magpie of Madison county. When people are obliged to take medi- clothing, second-han- d stoves. who the only Democrat in Richmond gie Washington, 46 Vertner Street, Lex- cine they want that it shall give quick the Championship. To Settle also do upholstering, carwas lowarded for doing the elephant Kentucky. relief and not add discomfort to their riage top Silver Creek and Richmond have ington, renew azt. Jackson Hustler. sufferings. Three reasons why people a e each won two games of baso ball and All work to Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $8.00 HOO&'S Pills are the favorite family who6uffer with Constipation and BilLast Saturday, while drawing the next and deciding game for tho Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 logs from the river up to a saw mill championship will bo played at Silver cathartic and liver medicine. Price 25 iousness should take Simmons Liver order cents. It Regulator: "It is better than Pills, it SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Boy's Jvnee Pant Suits 49 cents. at Clay's Ferry, Wm. McGuinn Creek on Saturday at 3:30 o'clock. so they were satisfied. That's gripe;it gives quick relief, and and A good crowd will go down from this The Democratic Stale Central Com- it does not Men's Shoes SO cents. c inglit his foot in the the way with our customers, does not weaken but strengthens and reit was crushed so badly that it was city. Admission fen cents. Best mittee is in session at Lexinton. respectfully solicitashare Ladies' Shoes 80 cents. no matter what their fancy freshes the whole system." J. R' necessary for Dm. Jasper and Perry grounds in the county. Flenty of ice of your patronage. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. A Curo Per Bilious Colic. Monroe, la. It to amputate the member. may dictate, we please them. water and kind treatment Round sSzA Good Bijewn Cotton 3 cents a yard. Itecourre, Screven Co, Ga. I have epts.y WM. BHQCKMAN. M& Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. was killed by George G. Prewilt, leceutly of this trip railroad fare 30 cents. Leave at An Arkansas Underwear. Hosiery, Neckbeen subject to attacks of bilious colic step-socounty, was, this week nominated for 1:25 p. m., return at 7 o'clock. Go! Ladies' jailors from 5 cents to SI. wear and Shirts of every defor several years. Chamberlain's Colic his C uncilman of Richmond. If our sister Rockcastle Items. BrusselCarpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. FOR "My boy came home from school one Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the scription and at prices that city is to be afflicted with a Republican Straw fattings from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. Tom Jim Ballard has brought from only sure relief. It acts like a. charm. day w ith Ids hand badly lacerated and can't be reached by others. Council, there is no better material in his farm some of the largest apples ever One dose of it gives relief when all otl.- - bleeding, and suffering great pain." says abont 600 good stock ewes, I have the ranks of that party than Mr.Prewitt, grown. He calls them "World's Wo- er remedies fail. G. D. Sharp. For Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.' about lor sale wethers, also a number of good stock says the Winchester Democrat. Drug Co., St.Xonis,Mo. "I dressed the good Southdown bucks. Address nders' It Willie a world's wonder if he tsale by W. G. "White Richmond, Ky. G.E Black. j wound, and applied Chamberlain's Ptdn aug;18-lAs stares differ in brightness, so gies you one, so don't ask for iUwithout Red Jloasc, Ky.. kSfei?. Balmireely-- All pain ceased, and iu a you have been remembering that "'Blessed is he who does clothimr. If destruction is being caused by Great , yPsv remarkably short time it healed without wearing low price clothing, that fades expects nothing-- for he shall not be ds- - marsh fires in Northern Indiana. scar. For wounds' sprains, . . - Jack adams sold to a leaving a and shows cotton and shoddy, don't appointed." , swellings and rheumatism, I knowof uo FOUND. do it any more. Come to us and we j Madison county man 9 heifers average 1 tr y ti IpTowb, Klein & Sob's Old Stand, Siehatoad, Ky. Miifcs or wnioht f!4fi tiniimls ner Dound. will coll vnn olonn At AV. G. White's drug store, a mar medicine or prescription equal to 'it; I Lost'Priday" oa show., ground a lady's gold -overcoats at prices you have beeu Jack has sold more than 5L0O0 worth of. velous cure for all kidney complaints, consider it a Household necessity." Th'e watch and chain with pearl watert- bucket charm.' Tinrlnn fnr f l,ia lKffnl frnnrtc fVv- - I ci.fc ntf his. farm this Rammer. I AV- - nervous exhaustion and lemale weakness. 25 and 50 cent sTzefi, fotrgtite by, "W,. G. Watcn maae By IUJIWS Wwa -- . " Vu'Lj.uuaitK). "m - ' oHseHfcH, Ky. ' ' I WJiito Rjel5oal Ky x-- I ,. If wl-ItleTsley's Kidae? Care sepM-lingtou & Mitchell, isfston ColoseL points than any other wagon. farm in Poosoy, was married to Miss Mr. Toomey had 25 acres of tobacco Ltzzio Foster under peculiar circumin Faj ette ruined by hail. lie is a son stances last Wednesday by Squire of Mrs. Toomey, of Red Honse. Armer. Slipping from home, Miss It. X. Boulware is dangerously ill at John Wagers has rented the A. R. Foster joined her lover who was at Kingston Bui nam resilience and will move his work in a field. They flagged a train Only two new buggies unsold at family into it about December 1st. at Million enme to R'chmond and wore married. The groom was in his John Donelson's. Nicholasville beatjthe Danvilles in shirtsleeves and woro patched Read on first pa; e how a Stanford every game of ball played this season. trousers. boy got a 1,500 job. The former will win the pennant in Blue Bud Dunn's Winnings. John Simpson has opened np a new Grass League, but she rejoices 4nore in Mr. Bud Dunn, of White Station, besting Danville than winning the flag. coal bank on liic .Hill. owner of tho premium saddle mare Auctioneer Prewelt informs us he which won over Everybody likes the 'Capital.'' everything at our sold 12 bead of horses last Monday at For sale by It. L. Gentry. late Fair, returned on Saturday from prices ranging from Sll to $38 and says the Barbourville Jand London fairs. comA now stock of bupk-boarthat there was the largest crowd in town At the former his mare won five blue in at John Donelson's. ing and dullest times that he ever saw on ties, and three at London. He also A big meeting is in progress at TJp- - court day. exhibited Walking Denmark at Lonjer Silver Creek Baptist church. Furniture at a Bargain. There was don and won the $75 premium for the John Donelson. finds it a hard never such handsome furniture in town best saddle station. Mr. Dunn's as that shown by Buchanan & Bigger-staf- f. son, Charmatter to keep a stock of vehicles. This w firm is handling lie, accompanied his father and won As only f35 per acre was bid, the the best goods in the market. They give $7 premium for the best boy rider at Harvey Cobb farm at Ked House was a list of stock in their ad. the Barbourville fair. Master Charnot sold. lie won second money at the RichR. A. Baxter, grocer, was forced to Lots of fun at Donelson's with assign mond fair with twenty-on- e entries on account of a suit for $240 buy the same the prettie-- t exhibition during the three men trying to brought by Day & Co., Winchester. Asfair. Charlie also won the premium sets $500. Mr. Bxter would easily have Rev. Hunter announces a protracted paid out but by 6ome oversight the suit Barboursville on his sorrel mare for the best walking mare. The little meeting at Silver Creek Chapel begin- was pressed with the above result. fellow rides with the ease and grace Sunday. ning next e The best way in the world to get of an bondman, yet he does The bell has rung on straw half. an introduction to low prices, and not weigh over thirty-fiv- e pounds. 'hange off to one of the correct fall keep up the acquaintance, is to call and invest your money in one of our PROGRAM OF TEACHERS' ASSOthanes. Covington & Mitchell. CIATION. suits. Satisfaction and qualThe "Capital" has more good ld ide-awaold-timall-wo- ol Cure taste in tlie mouth, coated Hood's 3 slciic Jnst try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. mayl-l- y headache, bad h tongue, gas In the stomach, dlitresi and Indlgeatton. Bo W not weaken, but hao tonic effect. 25 cenU, The only HUa to take with Jlood'a SaruparUIa. n k 11 I I S It b reported that Japan has designs on the Kicaraguan canal. Don't Tobacco Spit and 8moi Tour Xiife Away. If yon w ant to quit .tobacco using easily and forever, bemado weIl,8tronjr, magnetic, full of new life aud vigor, take the wonder-worke- r, tiiat makes weak men strong. Many pain ten pouuds in ten days. Over 400,000 cured. Buy of your drosgist. under guarantee to cure, 60c or $1.00. Booklet and samplo mailed free. Ad. The man with a weight on his leg can't Sterling Kemcdy Co., Chicago or New York. hope to win in the race. A man with a Livingston Circuit Court began Mon- weight on his health can't expect to comday. pete in life and business with those who Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and are not handicapped. If his brain is bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe, heavy, and his blood sluggish, because of mavj.-l- y constipation, ho will not succeed in do- 10c ing anything very well. Constipation New Haven has a new fire engine. is thecauseof nine-tent- hs of alls' ckness Svmptoms of it are saliowness, listless-nes- s, Tetter, and Eczema, poor appetite, bad taste in the The intense itching and smarting incimouth, d'zziness, biliousness, aud lassi- dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by tude. Constipation can be cured easily Skinapplying Chamberlain's Eye and OinrTunt. Many very bad nd certainly by the use of Dr. Pierce's have bee' permanently cured by cases it. It Pleasant Pellets. They are not at all iseqnaliv e'fflcientfor itching piles and violent in their action, and yet they are a f..vuuNj remedy for sore nipples; 'uipeu hands, chilblains, frostbites more certain than many medicines which nid chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. are so strong that they put the system all out of order. The great advantage of the Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are Tleasant Pellets" is that they cure per- just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and manently. vermifuge. Thoy are not stamps to cover cost medicine and the best in use food but Send 21 one-ceto put a of mailing only, and get his great book, horse in prime condition. Price 25 The People's Common Sense Medical cents per package. Adviser, absolutely free. Address The verdict is expected in the Ludlow World's Dispensary Medical Association, trial at L mcaster. No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, It is claimel that there are 65 dogs in candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c the United Kingdom to every 1,000 inmay5 lyr Salt-Rheum nt A Wholesale Merchanics' and Manu facturera' association has been organized at Atlanta, Ga. The Mrs. -- fjn-1 pJ-- Hopkins' - M C v0 H Of "J Brand Boy's fIj ? dH Clothing.. Fine Pauls if Perfection The Busy Bee Cash Bt fj V lit i Perfect Fitting, Mold Fast Buttons. Elastic Waist Bands. STORE Warranted to Has the exclusive sale of Mrs. Jane Hopkins' 'it I RIP. y c Double Seat g Brand of Boy's ing. They have just received and put on sale an elegant line of school suits for fall and H winter. Double Kd??. ... sept-1-l- m 30-t- Call ai)d See Then) : Vice-presiden- t. AJCXj (f s sept-1-l- m ang-18-lm- self-addresse- d 8-- w to-da- y. - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. v vvy Pe-ru-- na Pe-ru-n- a two-week- scpt-1-l- m 1 Pe-ru-n- a Pe-ru-- t -- sausage-make- r, White STREN &.. GREAT MID ER m 1 SALE ng sept-1-l- m Lon-Fa- Far in for Ren IM11 Chcn-iul- Gibson XLEADERSX r life-lon-g Wl, - ML Men & Boys... Mc-Crear- sept-l?l- m e280 ACRES e We Pine Goods . m B.J.CLKY, Money to Loan! ft of Straw 1 Tal-bo- &b ine nasi is Our Market. mm Style, 4 - SecondHand Furniture v . ng Establishment Workim d I What's Your Need F.-ien- sept-1-lr- GENTS. w -- I trimming, mattresses. Look at these Prices: bull-whe- el Hil-lau- d. I wife-beat- er n SHEEP TOO SALE! m sept-1-l- m m i Bargains Now! Bargains PoreverJ For Good Values at low Prices See LOST! ---: -- THMBWY0RKS?0RE ' nll.-wnn- atSi-cent- 1 lJO -- ."-"".- ..(, ...,- I -- vv. t-- . l' r,. r. to.t.-:-- -. Ji .- -'- m jpt-l-lm- s; ,. w i- ,v: - - ;4:--'- v " -- ;viLj -,..- -. ' "5r - iCr .v K&flK53 ammm:i& -- i-' ... -- jj F? k ZE Tire Richmond Climax. KENTUCKY NEWS. tlti A McrUnK 1 u SEPTEMBER 2. LEXINGTON' PRIMARIES. l'oltce Judgi John J. Kller Kooaloiitcrl-foby tho lraocrHt. Letisoton, Ky.,:ept. 1. The democratic eity and county primary was tl held Tpesday. John J. Itilcyi as for police judge by a majority of 1,473 over JloberL A Downing. Hon, George U. Kinkead 'was nomintifcd for city solicitor over W. Kogcrb Clay by a majority of 20.5. John Miner, A. J. Oots and J. Wood Urowning contested for councilman from the Second "Ward. Minor's plurality ivas 400. 1'rank JSnllock, for county judge; John E. Allen, commonwealth's attorney; W. C. G. llobbs, legislative representative; M. A. Cassidj--, school superintendent; J. C. lingers, circuit clerk; Claude Chinn, county clerk, and W. 1. Kimball, county attorney, had no opposition. A majority ot the gold democrats joined with the regulars. r nom-ina'te-- I7e Latest YOUR WATGH New From All Tarts of Com moil wchIOi. l'luBft. LAUNCHED. of the UeuiccrutlQ State Central Committee Uuvhles Ujuu lletalltd demo-crati- CAMPAIGN TWO CHILDREN. Illttt-l.j Ilttleii-ihex- . Die Within n Tew - Allltlltt-H- . $ j Willie, ajjiwl Da.nvii i.r, Ky . Scpl K'Vfii. tnl Ildii). njed nine, awiith of Mnttliew u farmiT living ienr n ManiiMvilttt, (t, Taylor s county, met trri-lil- o ft m W Hr is a most delicate mechanism. It needs attention. It pays to luivc a good watch firbt of all. Then to keep it in perfect order. A watch needs cleaning every six months as much as docs your face every day. Ite pores get 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 low 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 belts at cost. Havo something new in a silver cleaner. D. P. AKMER, jc30-i- y The Main St. Jeweler. s ik'iitlis from rattti'siiitkH lull's ero pluyiny liiile nml srek Tlii'i ivitli sumo iitlii-- i children, unil Willio ran into tin litiMu-- ami fulletl to reap I'rrvMitly jH'ur at the priirtrr time Ktltlic cricx from Ins little iirotli-tr- . and hasten in jj to his mil. found, uy lie tirt tlnnifjht, that ho had in the hollow or an old Mump In trying to pull tin- - child fioiu the stump Kddic iliuviri-rt'i- l that four lilj" rattlers went lilting Willln time mid again Itadly frightened. Imt dcli-- r mined to rrvue his .lirtillii'r. l'jtilie reached in fur n liild and iu IlillivrlfjliittPtt rrpcati-tllThe i.rifS of the twirliililrti nttrnrt-e- d d some men. and they were Ijntilly fiinn theli perilous position Imt til they vn:n- - p.ist all uiil Onti Hot hi-nrc d y res-rue- died in five minutes and the other in ten. The four .iiiaKcs were killrii, ami it was found lh.it the younjp'sl rliilil had juinM-into their nest in the hollow o( the old stump (ovimin. pl.11 I. Shepard, rhapt.iiii Mlli llin Trill. Ky.. Sept. U ilKtiit t (f infiTi'iii e of the. nt tint oiiifeieure i.s in e wilji a lar;;e iillemlim ; KeV K, ICrli-tuek- V.II:. y )! KianUforU .tml I'ev II I" Ken. chaplain of tin: M'iiilenti.uy at ICildy Itev S K villi'. Kytare prr?.-uIt.imey, pirsidni;; elilei of the dii.lricU Kenlm ly mfereiiee. who is In 1k trieil fur iu.il!ir.:iucr. M'luls a letter hUiliu;; tlut Im has' joiueil the M II chin eh. South 'I he coiinuittee has decided o ; on wit Ii Middl---Ixiniiijjh the the trial WliUky IU..II.I mIk. e Lexi50ton, Ky., Sept. 3. --The .state campaign In Kentucky was launched at, a Meeting of tho state central committee at Uie l'hocnix hotel Thursday afternoon. With the exception of .lames Cuructt, tne first, and Dr. J II. Lutteu, ot the Eleventh tlfstrict, all eommittteeuien were present in person or liy proxy. Plnns for the campaign and thoroughly div:used. Hon. 3? 6. S. Illutklmrn, fMjiritor Win. Goe.Viel, Chairman Johusou, Allie James. UoWrl Franklin and other party lenders contributing ther views to the odtliniitf; of the aujjressive fipht that is to 1x made against the combined forces of republicans and pold demt'.Tat,s in the prelimuiarv battle in Xowmhei. As a, icstilt of the discussion the followtnjf resolution txs unanimously adopted. Unsolved. That the chairman of this committee, in conjunction with the state central committee anil such other persons as he may see Tit local! in, is authori7ed to conduct the campaign, and that the chairman be authorized, when the committee is not in session, tocTercise the full xier of the committee, and that the chairman be to select his Own scctretary, and tlut in all rases wheic deadlocks occur in lcgislatie. senatorial or other district committees the chairman of the state central comiuilli-to decide the matter dispute. It was decided that the committee headquarters shall U in Leinton, and Thomas II Cromwell, a young newspaperman of this city, was appointed by Chairman .lolinstnn to be resident secretary of the romirpttee, Secretary U. (hi en Cochran, of Spencer county, will pay occasional visits to headquarters. A resolution authorizing lhe ereat ion in cities of the fourth and fifth classes of city committees for the cpndurtof city affairs separate and apart from county allairs was adopted, and the committee adjourned subject to the call of Chairman Johnston. tti-rc There is no Word so Full of Meaning and about which such tender recollections cluster as that of she who jjeu-eral- ly Hfwi w nil llllilH &-- 'Mother's Friend" so assists Nature in the change taking place that the Expectant Mother is enabled to look forward without dread to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. It insures safety to both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than, before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but J m$: while no formal invitation has been issned to outsiders, it our helpless was, however, expected that a numinfancy and ber of party leaders would be to confer Aith tho committee, guided our first totter among whom will probably lllackburn. Uen. I'. Wat Hardin, ing step. Congressman Ithca. uud National life of The Woodbon, uU of ibom will every Ex in.si.st that .silver made the e.iuip.igu slogan. Sevenil leading uiemln-rof is the committee, tiro known to favor a 3) Mother beset with policy ot making silver u .secondary issue. danger. "Mother" meet nt Lexington nuxtThursduy, September Secretary It. O. Cochran lAid that, The Vttrty l.eiulrrs tu Coiifrr. FnAXKroiiT, Ky., Ang. :il. Chatrmnn Tohnsiton h.13 mailed circulur,? to the members, of the ilvcr democratic state central committee, calling that botly to Tho Krntuchjr Mtt er Ileuiotntta Jf KEEP YOUR ' vrniv. watched BOWELS STBQH6 ALL SUMMER pret-cnt- T bec.-.cna-t- an ANDY CATHARTIC (5ii fcirtjsJir-- l-- pectant s AfttT H ,Jlll)gl'H!ll. Fkanki'oiit, Ky., Aug. at. Stale C t. Lcbtcr. who tomes from Whitley county, will be a candidate for the republican nomination for judge of the court of appeals to succeed Chief Justice Lewis, who will retire next year, after 17 years of .service, "MAGNETIC HEALER" "Who j j I c 111 "Mother's Friend" "My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than f.ho did Bltognther with her last,havlng previously used four bottles of "Slothcr'a Friend." It is a blessing to nnynno expecting to become a mother, tays a customer." IIxkdkkson DALE,Cnrrul, 111. Lester has beeu state senator and com- monwcalth's attorney, and was a prom- inent lawyer in this section before bo ,..., n...i !... :... ...... . 1.:.. ei.. . 'i'l:- - i Appellate district went republican by a small republican majority last year in the presidential election and is a doubtful district. 1 Idac&U FOR A Business, PHONOGRAPHY, Type-Writi- Situation. Teiegrapnj TlWVflP Addm, BVeOPT6HTtO, WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., of frradimtw 'k Louisvn.t.i:, Ky., Sept fi !5uit- - mini beriiifTSOnu'when Iwlwecn I mil I.IKll have lKM'nu-oii;;h- l Hi New Nnli:iud mil., llroollyn liy W A C.tiues.V crs of "llorniitiiye" ami "(lid i'hi.v" ulnsUy. afTJiinst rct.iil Inpioi de.ilt-- i . The h.iijji i. iinilerfeitin;' the trsi ' Ii of IIk-- j111:1 Imind- - ami selling pui ions 01 adulterated jmmmIs astlie eiiu I no Some 'iy serious charges aic niadeon ImiIIi sides. 1 1 BnO'JHT J nu 1 mlitr Gcm Twi'iil3-t)- IN A VF.HDICT. It n' ihp IViilintl try for 4m. : -- ( j Tor circular of hie famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Refers to thonnands Awarded Brdal at World's Exposition. Cost of Full naslnrsa Course, including tion, Books sod Board in family, about fJft. In positions. Tui- Shorthand, Type-Writh-f, and Telegraphy, Special ties. KiTThe Kentucky OniTemlty Diploma, under seal, awarded Kradnatex Literary Course free, if denim, oTaeation, Enter now Graduates successful. J order to kart yorr Utlrrt reaek , addren owly, auglS-ow WILBUR R.SMITH. LEXINGTON.KY. SififlicM pine;, Inkrn to ltiillns tlrrrn Ri .ssm Mil I . K3 , SepL ii. Will 15.il,er, a piouiiucnl farmer, who was shot I iv Doe Cli. ipm. Saluiday mjjlil Chapman nt Ail.iirville. dieil .snimlajy is here under 'lu.ird lie was l.il.eu lo ltowlin; (Jicen Sunday nijlit Inr sifr keepiu. :,s a mol was especled old ;,'iiid'e laus-- d the nixlit" Iniuliln. Chapman claims self defense 111 fr '" years in the penitentiary Tu lor. together with Dee and Jack Tunr-r- . shot Marion Sebastian to death on the public square on enmity The Turners weie court day in .luiinequitt-- d last Saturday Tudoi is the (livraan who tired one shot and ran ing to the notoriety of the e.iM it was to secuie a ury in this toiiuti to tiy Tudor, an i a special venue was ohtailied. ivitli the almic 2. iuipo-siIde IJAA.TKn. K.. .Sept The jury in the case of .lames Tu loi ili.ued with the killing of Marion Sebastian, brought in a verdict Thuisday morning, I'mlin linn guilty of , voluntary man- s. ltighter an fixing his punishment at 1 ll. VTHE "'Busy Beg" nmn!.r ltalcei's ft lemls s.i) it was cold l.toodisl Sauitirl C'tlt k's OwiG II I K. fas! Price, $5.00 IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE been thoroughly tested by THIS waher has and Madison county famiman) Richmond lies, ami stands without a rival for efficiency, simplicity, durability and cheapness. Thousand of ladies in all parts of the country are using this maschine, and declare it to be the only washer that has relieved them from drudgery of wash day. to-d- Clark, a fonnei u a Imt late ttf Menifee county m-n- t ipnt sonu- d,is.ii;ii ami I'ltinj out of whisk v, drunk cinnamon diops a. a substitute and died from the Herts of it lie dledashoil lime aftei l.ikiu;; lie si. IT The dead in. in w.isa miii of 1 1 FMt il Spree. Ky . Sept. t -- Sniiniel lesuleiit ol this pi I'ci fiirnied nt tlie UNUSUAL OPEKATION Hopll.il (IiIIiPk IIhiiiI A Lkmxgtov, Ky . Sept. :i. Willie an orphan. IS months old, was .subjected to a very painful and an unusual operation at the Protestant infirmary here. As the ipsiilt of u but the little fellow's right hand was nliso-In- t m to be as drawn 11 looking for Charley l'age, colored, w horn they say assaulted a young colJ 1.00 PER COTTLE. Sit by Mill, on receipt of price.milled free, cos'slamc ored girl living at John Early's last Uok"To Expectant Mothers' valuable information and rolunury testimonials. Saturday night, l'age is said to have THE QRADFIELD REGULATOR CCATLAflTA.GA. also entered the home of a prominent SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. farmer of Mason county the same night" 25-and made an attempt to assault the farmer'b wife, l'agu is thought to be FINANCED IMPROVE.. in hiding here, and a vigorous search Smxllrvt UHU-- for TIii-tu Sliuirn is being made for him. There is conHy lt tirt. siderable excitement and threats of FiiaNKI-ijIiiKy.,sept.4. TliclilOtith-- 1 lynching. slrilLiuent of the: coittltctou tit the A Drunken Man's Ic-l- . Mate trciiMjrj was given out rtitluy by HofKixsvn.i.E, Ky., Aug. 31. Collins Amliloi Moiic untl slmtt .1 Munllcr Guun, who resides near Crufton, just deficit than ut time u the just north of this city, was Monday three jenrs '1 he .statement is ;is tullwus: and lolged in jail on aarrested of arson charge Siul. r fund balance on l.aua July for having set lire to the house occupied 31, &. in.o.!. receipts iltirln-- ; August, by his family. The housu was owned ?15,S". '.. total, l l.icu&c, by Ed lliggins, and while intoxicated i:i.50, .ilaine, Sl"ri,tii7 .S.s. liiitin ran his wife and children fiom .V'hool tuuil IttihtiiLC on hand .Inly home and then tired the house. The SI, t74,.s.Vi ri". receipts in A ugusl. total loss ib estimated at about Sj,000, lol.il. SlI'A74U.t:i; expensb 111 with no insurance, (lunn claims to AuguM, Ssmj:;.PJ, balance, Slll.sOT 01. (lent r.il expend it o fund I'etteit havo licen temporarily insane at the time, and isstilliolentwhcnuot under July si. S7M,:;u.ri li. icieipt rtiinnj; the influence of morphine. August. tlrMi.415 Ct. tol.it r.l; (xptMnteil tlurin-- i August, tot f ::'lli 77, Pa'lucih Failure. I'ADfCAH. Ky., Auj. SI. The Kobins dclieit in fund August :;i, S!tri .mi .', ,11 (,,11 lial.itice in tre.isiuy Augn-.Glass and Queenbware Co. Monday tiled funds) fci7S, im XI. a deed of assignment in the circuit courL The assignee is Mr. .lames A. fxrirrr Harm lli,i 11. iiu.,i Kuddy, the dry goods merchant. The V T.KXI.MMIIN. Ky. .,.pl 4 H forgei. w Im ptssttl firm has done an extensive wholesale llarues. thu nottil worthless eliecKs alleged lo Ii.kc liecii business in the south and west for sevsiguetl liy ('upl C'aison ami nihci salMiiit enil years. The assets are estimated Sl.'i.OOO. Liabilities arc much less, IS iiiiiutle. uito, ami who Ii.l. in at jail here ever since thu tuigen.-- weie and failure is due to dull business. perpetrated, w.is rVleasetl i.n Si. Will llh Keveitiie ClLirRctl 24 ) l'r-ci, A Lynching l'roli.tlilc. Fr.EMixosiiuito,Ky., Aug. Si. Several Negroes from Mason couuty, all heavily armed, were here Monday afternoon Lkxixgtojc, Ky Sept 1. Prof. Frank healer," who Fanning, the ' hails from the Lone Mar state, was notified Tuesday by Dr. J. M. secretary of the state board of health, that he is engsiged in the practice of medicine in violation ot the laws of this state. Dr. message further says: "1 am instructed by the board to inslose you a blank application and to warn you to at once desist from practice until you have complied with thj provisions of the statute." Fanning denies that lie is violating a state law, claiming that he ib not "practicing medicine." lie s ivs ho will not comply with the provisions of the statute nnd expicts to be arrebtcd. mao-neti- c McCor-miclc. Must Get a License, S.iys Secretary of State McCormlck. 10c, 25c, 50c. y0 swnrj' 1 4 ALL CURE CONSTIPATION TflSV-p- y V.H . n W$ I DRUCCISTS. SMI MEBITBB10HS KEB1CAL JUSCOVESY OF Too rrr-'c-h? IM ML McCor-miek- 's 'Are your towels irregular? ihcra. Ciscarcts will educate ycr Cascarets raalte weak bowels strong, and keep them strorjg all the year round. Cascarcts kill disease germs throughout the system, Don't wait till you and prevent all summer complaints. get sick, but let CASCAJsETS protect you! SzPfr "sv Too little? Then let Cascarefs regukte boweb and make them act just right Sk SLEEP. lie Talked Willi tho Woman llo Murdered IN HIS C3TAH a box. Sample an i Dn?sEUt5. or Lexi.otox. Ky., Sept. 1. That the Negro captuicd her; lust week by Constable George Rose is John Jefferson, wanted in Oneonta, Ala., for the mura colder of Willie Dentley, ored woman, there scemi no doubt, Constable Hose received Tuesday a mkiute description of delferson, which ts the man here even to a .scar on the alulomen made by a pistol b.tlL In n drunken nightmare, Jefferson fancied he was being pursued by bib victim and pleaded with her to leave him. This led to hi- capture. He is being held iberitr. Tlure is no for the Al.t'in-nreward 'or and llooo his even Litd to pay for tclegracib concerning the prisoner. 1 a mid Mas Captured. S,iJS irall fcr price, 10c. 35c 30c, fcooldct free. Siirtai SrERUNQ RBltEDY COMPANY, nt CSkazo; Ca.: ftrar Yor. ty mm SC" -- s? iv 11113- FREE EDUCATION. I of le.iniiug III the Mules, or in the New Knjiltuil t'oiiserva-rv-o- f Musie, cut be secured bv v any yotmu man or woman who is a Write for jurtieul.irs J Ml- I). HALL, q.iieklv K 'M nroinfielilst.. Ilosiou, lHSi. i- TV-W- 1 ", or any An or iimlituti othr enlleve L'nile-- at Yule, u StOTJ i yRi 11 1 Locipa, Ky., Sejtu 1. The Chesapeake and Ohio ralLroad Tue lay -- I damage Miits which have been pending in the Lawrence circuit court since last fall. The company will pay each pi tint It .53 anl settle all the costs. The suits icsult.-- from the failure of the railrcid to return the-- . ueonle to Ljuisn bv sneeinl t. in d Il.i:rli of Mills Cinip-om!e- d. ffwr W Our 'Ninetv-Seve- All the j 5 com-promib- cd World Loves a Winner" n ? A . SOMETHING Every Merchant OUGHT TO USE. ? $ Complete Line of vk m Ih-i-s bcso9ceaoeooocca AA . bond Krid.ty, '1'Iiomi.h. A ,1 a saloon lice pel. licioiiiing In- - bon Itarues has been kept well sup plii d with money while he wu 111 'lii-inry- the laic Kev 1'ieldiii- - ("l.ik ly Klopnl In ,I'ITihi Ule rnNKroi:r Ky . sept t William Williams ami Miss ll.illie lingers liivd ! WilefTeiMtiirille Siiuda) ni;ht lliam: is one of the oilier is of the 1'i.iiilc-for- t penitentiary ami Miss Holers is a r of .1 C llojjers llieinililr.il it. who was killed by.iUiilci eplo-dnl.iu-;hle- and cut the ligaments, straighten-l.ithe lingers ATter this was done it wr.-- necess:iry to craft over the wound sonic skin, which was laki'n fiom the arm of Or Charles Voorlncs It is believed the openitiou will give the I my the use of his hand. g . useless. Dr. David removed all the burned liar-ro- w tis-f-i- prison here has Im FitAMiFoirr. Ky., Aug. 31. Assessor (). 15. Polsgrove and Wm. llutchcron were arrested by Deputy Marshal Con McCarty, chargetl with Pols-grov- ; n , I K ! v 2re the I c "Miner Ollll- -- We will sell it with the posi- tive guarantee that it will give satisfaction, or the money will be refunded. Every washer is warranted for fheyears, and if any part gives out within that time, we will replace it free of charge. RiciiuoM), Ky., Julys, 1S37 I have purchashed a "Busy Bee" Washer from Mr. Ii P. Jangford, and ray wife gave it a trial and is much pleased. It does the work perfectly and is not tiresome. REV. J W. HILL. The above is one of mauy testimonials received in this city. Among our references we refer to the proprietors of Thk Climax, who have purchased washers and are well pleased with them - $5.00 Remember the Price is Only, - fraliVs Unml flxerl. Ky., Sept. :: A special Itttu m County trluirr lo the I'cninr Post from Eminence, Ky . says Col. V U b, MoitKin A p. Ky . ivpt il The dem-oenitin promi-mn- t held a priniarj- - in Kouan county, distiller anl mi'inlxT of the firm ami muiiinated (! nrj Niekell .roiiulv of Pible .fr ("rnbb, which assigned sevjiide. I W Kile CO1111I3 ,ittt ney. eral ucelcs ajo. was Thursday morn-fn- jr .I0I111 I'raley sherilT, T It Tippelt, cirheld to ansu'cr ti the jrranil jury on cuit rink and Win Iln rli.nii -- rhool two charges of selling bonded wliis-lcbelonging to another. ISonil w.is lived mi v rui Ir mien bicb was given. at SI.IHMI in each cn-e- . m Klrlii sdirr CoL, Sejit 4 lnfcit:ua-tion Ited by in spieloi of I11inesth.il all the minei . in the counties of Kim, Kelt, I..1111.I Wliitley and I'tilaski hail gone 011I on . striUe ;ind Ii it s,..;ii niines tlliio t until h.nl .iinvd I he sltilieis The millets ill Ule ucsti 11 ill.sli n ts .mil 111 . imi FnxM.Korr. Ky rt 1 1 llit-.sl.- il viotating the internal revenue laws. e Their trials will occur Tuesday. is a local politician nod the lather of County Prosecutor Polsgrove. limited by it .11 oh. Fl.EMl.o.siiri:o. Ky., Aug. 31. Chas. Page, colored, Sunday night assaulted a young colored girl, whom lie was es- t I HAMILTON' . i--J Supreme Result of our 1 5 , UTOGRAPHICt? "forsettlnR to cttarpe." tllKputrii over account. fUnVKNT m!Kt.tkea ot all klnili, ACCtlKVfKI.Y rword cash sales, BAVK MAKK three bllU at one writing;. FKKVET IxKik-keepin;- ?, TKEVKNT 1 last winter. Lol'Jsvii.i.e, the work llcattyvillc district nte still Itiilneil li C'leiiiilnr. at l- t- For farther particulars call on or address B. P. LANGFORD, augll-3- Box 98, Richmond, Ky. Pour small hmisps vrcre Inn ncd liricSiindai This is the foss S 000. no M'romI Ii iv since liul.i. (arils ate watt hin-- i for lirrluijis. as it in the wcuk of incendiaries f 'Itiiril Urlcht Wfstilluc- Iforicissi 1.1 k, Ky . Sejit- - i Thomas rrcil (ollatd and Miss Cinie Ih-Wtiglit were united in mariiageat the biuiieof tbeb'ide'.s fathci W C Wright, in this ritv at " oelocU Minday i"g. SKrtRr.n. IC y. Spt. irr it. ni-h- ItourlMin Count m-jli- c licans Thursday nominated the follows injr candidates for county officers: Judge. II. (" Howard. resent incum bent: sheriff. W. L. Yerl.es: circuit clerk. A. I. (Jorey: county clerk, Wm. Goodloe: jailer, tl W. Stivers, coroner, Dr. J. Eilray: assessor, N. A. Moore. Mr. Yerkes is nuor of Pans and is a brother of National IJepubltcan Committeeman John W Yctkes, of Danville. 1 Paris, Ky., Sept. : jn Ticket. Hourhon repub- R. N. I. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 29, Taking Effect day, May 2, 1S9G. EAST BOCKD. Sun- T.immiiov. Ky . Sept ii - The twen annual iiiertiug of the tilored Agi iciillural and Mreh.1111e.1l aso'ia rouiidi turn will Ivgin at the fair cduesilay and roulinue foin dais Hi Mill 1I.-.-- I iv- - l'.uiucali May Set a Cnril i!jc I'l.int. PAPfCAH, Ky., Sept S. P. E. Hayes, of l'awtucket, IL L, and E. It. Stearns, of Cincinnati, have 2d Class. 1st Class. No. , No. 3 No. g Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun lftirfrlrr (lpiuisl lecn in this city for the past two or three days with the viewof establishing a large plant here. They are the owners of an .immense. cordage factory, which thev have been negotiating Ut move from Rhode Island to Paducah, and are here to hold a conference with prominent local capitalists. Scarlet Fevernt I.ouWa. Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million A.M. 10 20 11 00 11 25 11 40 11 58 P.M. 6 57 A.M. 8 53 10 10 11 11 12 55 20 48 7 36 8 00 8 13 8 30 paign romniittce weir opmed ai N. li.iVf Kast Mam street Monday bi Oromwcli T.KMMirov. Ky "epl i tors of the democratic The head-qua- i lalr cam y Louisa. Ky., Sept. 3. There are P. M. P.M. 12 13 12 50 three cases of scarlet fever in Louisa, Union 1 05 12 16 Moberlejv and much apprehension is felt. Those Brassfiefd 12 30 2 00 who have it are: "Prof. J. Tt. Johnson, 12 35 2 15 Panola 1 05 3 20 Irvine of the State College of Kentucky: John dUtnct J. Johnson, silverite nominee for the Cliil Urn .M.i rr No. 2 No. 4 No. 8 No, 10 Cffie. Kv.Sepl i Mr John Davis, 'state senate, and Mrs. Frank Johnson, west bound. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun sister-in-laagcil barely 1G. wa roamed SjturJay their s A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M niijlit at Hale to Miss Virgy King, acd M.iclilno. Killed by a JO 1 30 3 Irvine . 1 55 4 28 13. Thcr eloped Tanola Minni.KsnoRouoir, Ky., Sept. 3. Jiin-mi- e 4 40 2 00 llrassfield Harber, six years old, son of John 2 14 5 10 Accil II10 Dlc Suailrulj Moberley 2 17 5 15 Union CrnF.. Sept t John - Ocauer aged Harber. a farmer living in Lee county, 5 40 605 235 500 Richmond. iindjy jt apoplexy Va., was cut by a mowing machine and70. died udden!y 4 00 9 20 5 30 Million C 31 4 15 5 87 Valley View lie leares a wife, ajcfl js. and i5 chil- bled to death before medical aid could 4 40 6 58 6 48 Nicholasville be summoned. TJis right leg was cut dren. 7 55 5 30 . 8 35 Versailles off in three places. a. mT p.m. "pTm. a. m To'etlo .ilan liroinicn. Itnshau- - Out fur Speaker. Ta)uisvji.i.k, Ky.. Sept. L The body All trains connect with Louisville Southern FitANKFOirr, Ky., Sept. 3. John T. trains to and from Louisville. of the unknown man drowned in the Bashaw, former representative from P. trains All trains connect with C. N. O. Ohio river Monday was identified Henry county, has announced himself to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. Tuesday as that of Charles Huiss, of a candidate for speaker of the iiousc. W. H. ADAMS, Superintendent. Toledo. His brother, who resides in s. A Woman') Serious. Jlistake. that city, was notified Tuesday night. Pahucaii, Ky., Sept. 3. Mrs. FlemHuiss fell asleep on the wliarf and dropped into the river, nis body was ing Chiles, residing near the city, swallowed carbolic acid by mistake and is recovered Tuesday morniny. in a precarious condition. To ltel,ieueil liy IlrUliirlalg?. r With the com b Richmond. Iii4linrtri fin tlotitrlii Ha7fi ttiiKHN. Ky. Sept. ft Tho democrats of Wolfe county instructed for A l Kohcri6 ol twley county, o 11. 11 or ot the rinrty-fourlfor ( Mou-lnr- ; - The wfcCycle Lebanon Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. Mm ing of night n are careful to bar the doors of their homes against the Intrusion of lobbers and assassins. There are more dangerous wo-me- IPrice, U-- - $75.00. 1- -4 Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. Manufactured by H. KALBACK & SON, LEBANON, PA. mwmw o"-0 against 'which few women take proper precautions. A woman may own the tnpst magnificent jewels and the cost liest plate, out Taller all is said and done, her health is her most precious possession. It is this that she fails to guard against the dangers of weakness and disease of the distinctly womanly organism. Nearly every complaint from which women suffer has its inception in troubles of this nature, and is continually aggravated by them. An unfailing remedy for all weakness and diease of the organs distinctly feminine, and the multitude of ills that follow in this train is found in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts directly on these organs and makes them strong and healthy. It prepares for happy, healthy wifehood and capable, almost painless motherhood. Over 90,000 women have" testified to its wonderful merits. No honest druggist will offer something else as "just as good." "While I was living at Eagle Rock, Botctoart Co., Va.," writes Mrs. G. A. Connor, of Alleghany Spring. Montgomery Co, Va 'a lady fnend came to me and said: My daughter, ard 15 years, has repeated hemorrhajies at the noe, end he has never the necessary indispositions of womanhood. I advised her to get Dr. Fcvonte Prescription. The lady purchased one bottle and it cured her daughter, f he was well and happy when I left there." Dr. 'Pierce'a Common Sense Medical Ad- enemies than either the burglar or murderer l P. llreekiniidge i to open the campaign for llitiil. 11.111 ami the local gold democratic ticket here nest Monday, this lieiti;; Ins lirsi appear-nticon the stump in the present campaign. esp.-ctei- Framckort, Ky. Sept 4.- - ol W O. e ca-sc- tleaths have occurred. Hot weather and bad water are said to Ik the e.uisc. Two Yearn for t'tiiifeiwcit Knrjjery. Typhoid Lancastkr. Ky.. Sept. 4 Many s of typhoid fever are reported nrnr IlucKeye. this eountr. Sciurul i Many Deattiw Fr Lancam Kit. Ky .Sept 4. l!co Smith, rolored. a voutli of 17. confessed Fit day ti ftirging a check for Stfi. ami wa given two years in the vouitt'ii-tiury,- ? Vhile MarWest shal Bug Copas was in I'.rodl'.s restauwaler-melo- ningham, of Kankakee. 111., supervisor of the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic asylum, was taken with typhoid fever. This mnkes 15 cases developed in two weeks at the asylum, two of which have proved fatal. Murder at Taylor Mine. IlATrrroui), Ky., Aug. 31. Dee AYalk-ecolored, ageil about twenty-eigh- t Si II ltetie. years, was shot and instantly killed by Ky . Sept. 4 Fra.skfoki. .lames Daily, grocer ami .salixin keeper, shot Sliote Bender, a Xegro miner, at Tayand hilled Joe Urtiuili.ick nt Daily's lor mines, this county. The killing is said to have been unprovoked. j place, one mile east of the town. nt. a ci clock Friday riajl sue Hon. M. C. Alford III. afternoon. Lexigto.n Ky., Aug. 31. Hon. Mitreudeied. lie claims Itnimli.iek came in wildly drunk with a pistol diuwn chell C. Alford, governor, anil thai he bad no trouble with Ilium is seriously ill with inllamation of the , bpine, at his home in this eity. lint had to hill him lo void He is somewhat improved and his physicians killed. hope he will recover. lieput) blierllT KIIU miner A special Lot's i.k, Ky.. Sept Jury Called to Try Tudor. to the Evening Post fiom l':nevic. Lancaster. Ky., Aug. 31. Fifty men Ky., says- William Mooie. deputy were summoned Monday from Lincoln sheriff, hilled Seymour Spencer, n to try Jim Tudor, jointly indicted with miner, in a light ut Hear Creek mines the Turners, for murdering John SeThiustl.iy night Mooie was wounded bastian. got bullet in the I and :i Oil, Can or sulphur. nun .Moore was attempting U niiiku Boston. Ind., Ar.g. 31. A company u:i arrest for n minor offenstr. nns organized at English Monday to Inmiif mi TeleplifM,,-- . bore for gas, oil or sulphur. The comLkximjtov, Ky . Sept. 4. Icnny pany is made up of local capitalists. llhtehfonl. a Negress, was atljiidgeil Joseph Finch, received S1,T50 for two here Tlinrsil.iy ami sent to the acres from the company. asylum She imagined she had inventKilled by Moonshiner. ed u new telephone system by winch Lima-- Rock, Arlt, Aug. 31. Two she could eon terse with dead fi lends in deputy United States marshals are dead, Indianapolis. She used common two are seriously injured and two more clothes line as a transmitter. are missing as a result of an attack on Died or UU Iiinrl4. a posse of officers by a band of moonLawiikm-- i 1:111:0. Ky.. Sept. 4 Ed F. shiners in Pope county Sunday. Ncal, !! years old, died from burns reCharged With Klnhczilemcnt. ceived at the boiler explosion during Boston, Aug. St. Robert S. Strainc. thiesbing at the Wuherspoon wheat and farm last Friday. The interment toolt president Co., director of the United Telegram in this city, was arrested place at the Neal burial grounds Friday a fleriioou. A wife and child sur- Monday afternoon by an inspector from police headquarters on a charge vive him. of embezzling S73 500. Ills Murderer I lux find. Knnnlii" on Full Time. OwrxoRvti.i.n, Ky.. Sept. 3. Boh SoMEitsworrrii, U. II., Aug. 31. The who was shot by Harlan Cnmmings Great Falls. Cotton Manufacturing Sexton, near Salt Lick, this county, mills here resumed operations on Co. full Saturday one week ago, nft.ur time Monday t after having been run 40 ten days in terrible agony, is lingering sinco May. dead. Mrs. Laura, Trombo was also hours a week shot and killed by Sexton in the same At Nashville, Tcnn., the heat broke fight. It lias sinco been learned that the record Sunday. Official government the murderer, who made his escape on reports shr.ved the temperature was a fleet horse, was also seriously shot 100 degrees at i and 2 o'clock. No and wounded by Cnmmings. lie ha prostratio . are reported. about recovered, however, and, having sold his farm, has decamped. TitKczar has been a German admira! Unnatural Mother. TSH riiroEXViLT.E, Ky., Sept 2. The for abont a year As lot Kmpeior William, he now holds the rani, of admiral sto.-- of an outrageous attempt of two .. tu.- j..iji..-.- i . ............ ?CnriteiM:in Sttfiliti mo. hers, in Green county, lo starve jii 41... rn.rti-1- ., th ir infants reaches hen Mrs. Annie and Bussian navies. Graham saw two women lay their babies in a fence corner on the roadside THE MARKETS. and leave them. After the women had disappeared Mrs.Grahnm went and got Cincinnati. Sept 4. the infants and took them tober home. l 7VT FLorn Pprlns 0); sprhu famShe then notified the county judge ol ily. l , spring piivnt. i.rrht,i.0J; Green county, and he sent the little fancy, f (ju'tfl 85; r.itnilv, ones to the poorhouse. The unnatural OT.XJl.ili). extne txrJ.oJ; low uratle. i3J3 2.W1; rye, norlbwlcr'i. ftUUftlli; do city, mothers have been arrested 1 LvM.st.roN Kv.. Sept, 4 - Kngraver Bonier bete says that Knnbstoiies made of client iii.tible ate innied liy leaiieis. He sas that h ople employ men to clean the t .lnd that the worltineu 111st. .id of using grits apply iiiuiiatic acid in tbein. anil, sis nrt suit, the marble is mi that ut n few yens il will Ik. almost w 01 t bless Titiititniiet corting from a picnic, near Johnson, Page escaped and came to this city, w here he is in hiding. A mob of armed negroes is looking for him. Another Case of Typhoid. Lexigto.s, Ky., Aug. 31. Mr. Cun- g oovirh m "liranny" Metcaiie. M, fend bat biM aboat an of tb sold daring feDdlnot rnufilies that hT wj Itt; abd for the benefit if the mfftriBf I IH ay taat I hart aercr anTrvnvdjeval to Ds. Bill a rePiub T Hofet. Ii fitet qalak and prran-nlief la grippe veil ai ether eough. We keep It la our hovte all the time, and w raM net be without It. Uu. il, X. JlrTCiLrx, 720 South th SL, Padoeah, Xj. Used by Retailers Everywhere. Write tor circular. 8 Years ox l $ Experletice I n MONARCH V M JfcC ,CAyTv ir3'- ; - -- -- XJ i --- il K - 1 CYCLE MFG. CO. 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Sept 4 rant Thursday night eating a llrodt in a spirit of fun Wgan throwing apples at Copas Finally tho latter warned ltnvlt that If another apple ctnne that vywyy he would shoot the lights out of the place The apple came, and the marshal, to m.il.e good his word, pulled out Ins icvolvcrand fired Ivvo shots, completely deuiolish-ina large lamp and cieatiug .1 siuui-pede. g 1Va .....HE PATS THE FREIGHT. . . . T0U PAT FOR THE . . . DRINKS. 0. 8 SECOND STREET.' viser is a physician that is always in the bouser, ready to give adi ice and assistance say moment, day ornijht It contains 1,008 yag s ?x illustrations and several chapters devoted to the reproductive physiology Over a million women own of women. and value it. A new edition is j ust out and fora Halted time copies will be given away absolutely free. If yoa want acopx in cover,' snd s ieavy saanillacost mailing 21 bne-ce-to the, only, cover Hmii, toDispensary of Medical Association, World's Y-- -- If yoa prefer a. fine clot Bufclo, K. at Jordan, tvho Is believed to have been a ir.neling salesman in the employ of aChailo-ton- . W, Va., ejiluiilishmeiit. 111 w.-i- Chicago, Spt. II I Jlfr'i.te? found dead in bed Tionse Friday lounn leiierRuurcsseo loms vue ana brother, at 17!$ Fairfax-- avenue. Wal- - i nut Hills. Cincinnati: also a letter., ad- dressed to tHe, post mast ct nt Peoria, Til xriA BVliruni ... HM uu n,UjHllTll b ullj. rt nAAA;.n .'l iAt..... ..... ..4-antieipatisH of, hisjileatb the polity tx?neve n ease oi suicuk- - auo--a u wUIIm hotel. - a State street lodging In Ins pockets weie iVue.tT SalM- - No 2 red. track. Mtfc; Ram pic red. iraek. W,o. CoitN-tfalHo i rellcw. track. ."He; Xa Baldwin, the turnpike king." refuses S mixed,es: truck. 3H$c S11,5()J for the eight and Oats Sales No- - 3 mixed, track. 13c; JJo. S miles of the Muysville road lying iii mixed, track, sMKa Hot.s Select dippers'. l lOOit tt; select Fayetto county. The court had a contmitiicrs i.3 ference with Col. Baldwin Wednesday (ill .C. . srT)aj.);iatria cood fair tu good morning, during which ho would not jiiU rvusbs $3.0at.lVlUht. tl 1'Kti.UiO; common consider an offer of SlS.Ojh Other CArrLt fair to good Miippt rs .410X31.75: stockholders in the-roaare latin to be rtlras. H A;S- - II. cood to cnuti.tr. liutcu.-rs'- , anxious to sell the road at Hie county's com men fair lu modiui-.- i liutihtn.-- SloajfrJ-yJ- ; u price, and unless they force Col Baldtrnsce-Kstia- -s. t3.(aj?3.75: kinM win to soil it is most likely that the Jit43.5o. romraon to fair. tiiJ:ai75. to cholco, court will condemn the roa.l. I.tnns Bxtrtis. 45ta. iufliolco.f5.003 5.1J. tu lair. Wfjijia Itettnred tu Citbrtiolilp. loKiiod llshi, SftOJ7.00; rRAXKFOirr, Ky.. Sept. 2. Tha govestnn, tT.35. remmuii and I.iri;s, &tfki7$5 Wool. Unwasiit-- 11.11 mrri-io- . ernor has restored to citizenship a man per Ib, quartertilod cloUiin.'. IVMs. mo.ltuji, who has not had this right for 27 years, rtelattir and elothlus. lJ;i(3o. brnld. lie is Sam Smith, who litis lieen sent to medium comVioj. the penitentiary from lloyle county in CioXX tic, .tuitiinic, Ucj5I7j; . 1ST0, and had heew ouf of prison nnil n aelainc tlccitv l'&lci iM i stsjj quarter-bloo- d and low liitifti; oarw. good citizen for a number of years-Th- e v ww uijviivo, -- lp.L governor injected n stronir plea for .UlISlUGo. Sept. 4. one-quartp.u-kcrd Klnjj" Itildwln Hold. Out. Lexinotov, Ky . Sept 3. Col. W. W. M (OQ3 15. 9 CD : 2 r- g ? r - 55 O a Regular Price Weekly Dipaf.ch $1.00) and Climax ($1.5), 9as $2.25. Wanled-f- ' s. sP g 2 - iLrtng to pai Butr Protect ronr tdeax: thrr mar lr!n:r you wealth Write JOHN WiajDEUBDRM ft CO.. Patent Ator-seyWashington. II. C for their tl3X prize tiller and list or two hundred luTeatlona vanteU. s. in Idea Wio can tlUnk ot some atraple 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn tne Floors - - r.EIMtflOMS, l'AULOKSAN!) uppkk halls. fc -- Offices Ha'ta;tiijij jj.i A New Cheap Cash Grocery Opened next door to Richmond National Bank. quote a few of our prices 'r Uest HrnnnlafAfl i fugaraoibu. for.. ArbucWe's Coffee 2 xcr. .2 Tlpt f?Otirilil r'nmiTif A ''--. vuiu 7if A wm. Best Brand viut a Tomatoes . 3 iUU "" Canal cans T4t HrT,lo To r!7 t iv. " -- " Rod Star Wuh Best Coal Oil perljeJloiJTJ.' runs ohcjc vsnuy.l ip.4K; j --,.,-..: onauy.z ids. ior. Jiiieu w end DIningRoom Beautifully Decorated, and liantly Lighted. - Bnl- - ti,iii 7-c Its nquipmeuts tiironghoiit aro without a Superior in the South, r. ti . . Charge's Considered. .... uH; Below.wo in !X 25 coji-itu;- "i.'ti ... 1 TZ. ' Have Been Expended in This Eecent Improvement. OVpE3 $lo7ooof St -- . , 1 inK, -J '(- oU.'JK. M'j.u3!J- Vic tlriobcr, 3l!ic: a Stinke' Mouth. 3iKc. M.ty""35Ktc. J" fccpioubcr. 19c; Oeccrnbcr, iO!4Q39'ia OtVES8i50ito. Ky.t Sept 2. Thomas Oats Maj. iJeJJIju. ff j ,' Leach.a druggist of Ilorso. Branch, IITT80HR, Sept. 1 ' Ky.. abont 30 miles "from Owensboro,' CATTLsPrliae.tte&(&: cumon. t on w'ajr.Eto.chnrch'iSHmla.V'nBiifht -- " ,1 79;' btllU.'HUg ultri fawil.it A, , , stepped in irrfc.nd Ml;- - ttiiVftg ht. - Hoc Steady. uttelwhist'tJ. ftl! r S BKXsrCboicft, ewnauo. "fejaa"" He w31 die fff a result kfSW M M4 COKX-itp'sni- ber, pardon of Josh Duncan, sent from for manslaughter. I.T ty WnEAT-j?cptcml- w. W4c, n.1 " RHTES, S2 Gi te ..t....,t.. . k. . jj.. .. m 19 Xl9 ":! '"-r- 111 $2.50 PER DKY, W M Miller, Jr., Mm ? Other good in.jiroportion to numerous to I- a;calLandJjetccpvi2ed. TtMemltfud Retail ention "U t8t.l; """ 3iHKMKjfr, IE CLIMAX, 5SN