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RICHMOND, MADISON LANCASTER, THE HOME OF SOLDIERS, STATESMEN, BARDS AND WILL 0YV5LEY. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. ArihArfftAt " i.- NUMBER 15. -r The corn crop is the best for years. , In her department of the Lexington pleasant Soap for the skin. Now as we have free turn pik-- s we Argonaut Mrs. E. D. PottP", speaking of 'i itors recently gave his wife a check for would rather favor free hitching in town her recent visit to Lancaster, says . i' Young and Old. S10, the check being regularly filled and 'i next. T3&r I have roamed no, steamed over lte Rejoice with us duly signed, exiept that it was made " Telephone line wanted ftotu Noland hills of my childhood-- shaken the hands payable to Vv. eie.--t of the sweet.' When pYrl of a hundred or more of "mine own famin the Discovery. Bro's store to school building. Sl fie lady r Mnted the check for payment a iliar friends;" dined at hospitable boards Pj1 i'J III i li "WTTrTnfr JLUIUAItU " Mis Maggie Noland lelt on the first ALL !0 I iiiuiK-fi.timquiied: 'Who is this generations swelled the cirtM Ewnr inst. of the K. F. O. S. Midway, where where sevei al When a man li.is suffered for years DRUGGISTS 25 SO 8weee-- t f.hesweei?' 'Whv, it's me,' cle. "Green Pastures anil Piccadilly" with a weakness that blights his life and KuTANEOUS1 Mie will graduate in May, '9S. ABSOLUTELY GUARABTEED suo iop icd. I toUI her to indorse the AS sS: have clamored with equal importunity robs him of all that reallv mke life pie nj booklet fret1 Ad. STKKI INC KEMFDI CO.. Chlrago. Montreal. Can., orftf w Tortl tir.j Mr. T. K. Hamilton, who lias been in for a greeting. The scenes of my childt e which she di 1, and handed it worth living, if he avail Ium-c- lf of a the clerkhliips, here for four jears, has hood have not all made their conge wi h b wK. But, Madam, I eaid. vou must complete cure, w hy not possess the moral courage to stop his downward course. gone to tYaco to toil goods for Mr. C. it just as drawn, 'to the sweetest of wild wood, bnt it ii the deep-tanglYRUrYAHTiSOTX We will send vou by mail, AUMILUTE-Ij- Y TOR THE v t. L. Searcy. None every gave better gen- none the less true that mutation is written the swtet.' She suathced up the pen and Pure Absolute! TOILET Nursery PKKK, in plain package, the All Bth n :? 9 eral Fatisfaction here than lliomps, and wrote the words beneath her name, and Towerful Ult. lllimiA.VS VITAL therec. The old homestead, now a flourUftBCE.25t 3 our best wishes go with hiip. with a lepil guar I paid the money. It is the most rcmar-- j ishing college, bristled wilh memories ), antee to permanently cure I.UST kahle document in our possesion aud Baxter Wells left Friday for Wades from turret to foundation, and was p -ROYAL BAXIHQ POWCCR CO., NEW YOR ShXUAL WEAK-XBSto try to get well, unless you kill the will lip fntlllpit nnil lilinrr iti tlm liinb-It lasts twice as lon- iu otters. Mills, Clark, Co., where he will work on tent to express, '"Oh, woultt I werea girl VAKiniCELB STUPS forever r ot of all physical ailments impure Atrial will convince f its great Nlfilir EMISSIONS and all unnatural bloodl the farm. The man who aspires to the hand cf again." merit. Will please the i'5. lastimous. drains. Returns to former appearances GETTING TOGETHER. a Kentucky belle must keep his wits Mr. Robert Brooks and wife of LouisLancaster was the birthplace and emaciated organs CHARLES F ifLLER, about him. The handsome youugwomen ville, are spending a few weeks with the home of many distinguished men, and No C. O li. fraud nor recipe deception. FRENCH . U.ED TOILET Mfr.ot If we could not cure, we would not send firmer's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. O. was originally chosen as the site of CenThe Louisville Post has this sensible of our State demand chivalaious considSOAPS AN J PERFU.11ERY, our medicine KKKE to try, and pay when eration in small as well as more imporBrooks. tre College, the difference of a single yote and timely article: Lancaster, Perm satisfied. Write as this may not tant matters, as a young' man w ho was litSenator Henry L. Martin declines to Dr. J. G. Bosley, who recently moved deciding in favor of Danville. The ESTABLISHED, 1819. appear again. Address QUART BOTTLES. v V V hillside city was situated so as to go under the log cabin, thus emphasis engaged to one of them recently found here from Red House, is averaging four tle will make your blood pure, build up Western Medicine Company, calls daily and pleases all. Much Sue-es- s draw patronage from the bluegrass and ing the fact that the distinction between to his cost. The young woman in questhe system, tone the nerves and tion was about to leave Louisville for from the mountains. democracy and republicanism is ineradiUCOKrORATED. to him. i Kalamazoo, Mich. strengthen the muscles. Unenualed CCC2C"t San Francisco, and the night before her Years ago among the "JO's of the 18th cable. for all disorders of the stomach and , Mr. Irvine A&bell is confined to Lis itie departure her fiance paid her a farewell century Henry Clay passed through on liver, and for all weakening comIn Boyd county, democrats prefer to bed with Malarral Fever. plaints of men, women and children. horseback from Virginia and stopped at fuse with democrats to fusing with repub- visit. The weather was threatening, and On Tuesday, Wednesday and ThursHEALTH IS SOLD ON AX the "Wallace X roads" to take a corn-brea- d licans or populists. They ignore the mon- he quipped himself with a handsome tratrd book tells you what's the mailer, andhow day Sept. 11th I3ih and ICth will be held .AJbi-.ol'iit- e new silk umbrella. In bidding his ladyto cure yourself. Gi luncheon with the pioneers who ey question, adopt no resolutions and Simmons Lirer Regulator. here WILLIAMS. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., Detroit, Mich. the Baptist Association. A large vere making the clearing for the first log nominate democrats regardless love goodly e he forgot his umbrella. It of their Year drnffctst sMN It. Ji oo buys a quart bottle. i; attendance is expected. All are cord.al courthouse. The illustrions commoner opinion of had been arranged between them that MMMMVMMIMlMM the Chicago platform. ; ; ; J .Q PROFESSIONAL CAROS. Ltverettea cure Sick Headache and Biliousness. 350. ly invited to come and bring dinner. iie should call for a photograph of his paid two other visits to the town, one of This is said to be a surrender; who Mr. Haden Johnson joungest sou of them in 1839, when lie was present at surrender? The truth it is not a surren- betrothed after a certain date, when it 11 hS MIL UKl) (iULIIHX, Sold by D. Z k, T. IL Taylor. AVaeo. Ky. would be sent home. In due time the Perry Johnson died at his home on Mudy the wedding of the writer's parents. CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS der, it is reunion. Creek Wednesday Sept. 1st of consumpGovernors Garrard, Owsley, Letcher Democrats are ignoring their disagree young man called and asked for his umHI TrlC CRCATCST WORM OCSTROYCA .STENOGRAPHER AND. OF THE ASC Jl tion. Deceased was w ell know n thought and Bradley hailed from Lancaster. Also ments, making emphatic their points of brella, but forgot all about the photoIJi CASK ANO PLEASfWT TO rAK TYPEWRITER. the country and leaves many friends and the Hon. William Bridges, Chief lust ice agreement and getting together on the graph. The mother of the young woman bV?1b2 AB?t5T rt' oft Kentucky. relatives to morn his loss Jlu'iiMoxn, wiote her daughter of the call, and that George Koberteon, General Win. Jen- issues of not of yesterday. the umbiella, but not the photograph, Smallest dose j&Ojpcr adjoining A .R Rurnavi't. nings of the Revolutionary War, Col. This was what was done in Louisville The Unioti City ami K. U. Junction fcasiest to take (claik county) teams will cross bats at Win. Jennings of 1812. Captain Wm. amid the vehement denunciation from had been demanded. As soon after this Entirelv vreetnh'e "J"1i"taKI Most certain and e letter reached San Francisco as the exIt. Waco next Saturday, Sept, llth. Come Jennings of the Mexican and Civil Wars; certain newsprpers who, now that it is ATT3S1TETC. Worm Detrover HIGHEST GRADE, EVER DISCOVERED. members of the McKee family, and oth- done in Boyd, say it is a 'surrender," and press company could bring it the young out and witness the worbt defeat Union EASY RUNNING, Sold for a quarter of a cen" man received his ring, wilh this message: er statesmen and soldiers prominent in rejoice over it. ever had. SERVICEABLE. tury with continually increas K. W. MILLER. "I rcturu your ring, as I find I cannot ing; demand. a moment Think It is democratic harmony with a big Don't f jrget about that big Democrat- the archives of the little city. Territort Does th's not mean merit ? Every Wheel Guaranteed. Attoeney-at-La, conH. It is promoted by good times, by successfully (ompete in your regard with ic majority we are going to give in Nov- ial governors, foreign ministers and 125,000 Children yearly Sent to Kentucky. Richmond, Send for catalogue. suls tearheis, inventors and men of parts, higher prices for farm products and good an umbrella." Paris Kenluckian. ember. their Urates by Worms. Office in the Burnam Bnilding, next door to swell the list. Commercially Lancaster piices for wheat, but the real cause is a Boy Wanted. HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., The undersigned has three i.cparate small Jcb3-l- y larmer's National Bant. HcDONALD'S POUT WOOD. is an unimportant village, beautiful only desire in the hearts of democrats to get farms which The Lancaster Record thus advertises or together. he offers at private sale separately NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 5 CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS All three are situated at Mr. Walker Doz'er and Miss Calhe for itssuburbs and surroundiug country. together for another contest with the C. T. BDE1AM. for a boy: "If some energetic, honest Responsible dealers Invited to cor- - (P would have saved them all. W. 8. MOBEKLEY. Tood were married at the residence of Historically she has a noble record." common enemy. t resnond wlin it. buy about ten or twelve years of age, s.-JfURNAM C MOBERLEY. Mr Marlain promotes it by refusing to the bride's father, Mr. Bud Todd, bj For vile by all drngsLiK and dealer! In medicines, i wants to learn a tiade, and is willing to Gov. Bradley has received numerous go wO w'L. 'T..- Rev, Joseph Anderson. under the log cabin, just asdeuiocrats Manufactured only by the proprietor, Attorn protests from people in the neighborhood work, he can hear something to his intermay23-6Mr.T. T. Roberts, of Bcattyille, visi- of Rnssellsville, against allowing the here promoted it by refusing to make up est by applying at the office. We want on the water? of Silver Creek. They contain A- RICnilOND. - - - KENTUCKY. respectively S3 and 165 acres, and are well a fusion ticket with Mr. TodJ. 111c- -. Jtf-- 1 ted friends at this place last week. 0 Cherokee Indians to enter Kentucky time killer nor one who is too infer- watered and well improved farms. There is Office in Burnam Building recently HEII. W. RILEY No wonder the republicans are wor- no riicd bj A. R. Burnam. Born, to the wife of Robert Harris, on bearing arms, on a visit to the grave of maj5-6ni- o lazy to draw a full bie.it li. The boy no better land in Madison county, most of it ried. Worry them some more, democrats. nal , the 10th inst , a fine boy. who will put in honest hours, and not being their dead Chief. The letters claim that .&- -. srzTTSLSirv-jiJizOf Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends keep his cymbling head full of "girl," -- RICH BOTTOM L1ND.-- The many friends of Mis. Maitlta the Cherokees are wholly untrustworthy IN1. Wright's Celerv Capsules. George Grady's Wheat Deal. as they propose to march through At- Shelbvville, Kv., May 2G, 'K5. To imand can tlo well by applying at once." Benton are glad to learn that she is It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by Attorxey-at-T.aWright Medii-a- l Co., Col., O : Richmond people who are acthe country, will commit many depreciaproving. K. (J. DIVISION. turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, George Simpson was killed by a man etc., all within a mile of White' 1 Station Post Gents I have purchased a box of tions. Gov. Bradley doubts his authori- quainted with Mr. Geo. Grady, of - - KENTUCKY. KICIIMOXD, Wright's Celery Capsules from G. X. Is Effect M rch 1, 1S06. BEREA. Office, ten miles from Richmond. is a man of named Jones in Clav county. ty to interfere with the peaceful entry of Versailles, know that-hMiddeltnn. dniirt'ist, and used them for Oflii-over TAvlor'a Hanluvire Ftore, TERMS Sale will be made cash, Mr. Win. Duibin and Miss Florence Express for Cincinnati, AKV LV. large body, fine manners and big such a body from another State. Sonr Mom.icli, Torpid Liver and ConstiCourt Hohkj, on Main street. 3 DAYS FALL EXCURSION. For particulars, balance to suit purchaser. Gillin were united in wedlock at the m. P. M. A. It. Pani. Jlasille. pation and found that they cave me imbrain. He has demonstrated his address Chester and Lexington In ides home, (Slate Lick), at 11:30 a. m. HERD OF HOGS FOUND IN A CAVE. mediate relief every time. 1 think it an right to be called the Woodford II. B. HOGG, mail. 7.20 Geo. D. White, Queen & Crescent route, great low rate excellent remedy. Aug. 20. by Rev. II. L. McMurry. The Cincinnati, i aris. .MavM The Harrodsburg Sayings prints the Giant, since his heart is tho largest excursion for the usual Autumn journey b3-ATTORNEY Station, Ky. White's law. srrooni is a jourg man of good reputation Yours very truly, part of his body, as evidenced by the r- - m. ville. Winch ester and Kentucky. and the bride is lo ed by a large circle ot following account of a cave explored last following narrative from the Lexing- made by merchants and others to CinIill 1IMOM), 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 9 Geo. W. Rilev. TO CURE A COLD IN 0;E DAYt week near that city : cinnati or Louisville. Rate of 1 J fare the Telephone Your "Cousin," friends who regret to see her leave our Liviujrston, London, Jel ' For many a year it has been a well ton Argonaut: round trip; September 27, 2S, 2'J. Will Take Laiati e Itromo Quinin: Tablets. All 0 Office No. 13 First SL. up stairs. social circle. May thay have a long hap1.10 lico. Pine wile. 12 55 If there were more such men rs be good 10 davs to return. Ask agenU Druc;jrists refund the money if it fails to Cure. demonstrated fact that most of the town py, and useful life. - m. Fast line for Livinp-ton- , 25c. For sale by W. G. White, Druggist, RichGeorge C. Graddy, of Woodford, the for particulars. BROADBUS, BED WETTING CURED 11.43 London.Jellico.KnoxvilIe A-31U mch3-6of Harrodsburg is built over a cavern. mond, Ky. GRANT E. LILLY, OR NO PAY. Mrs. B. M. ROWAJf , Milwaukee, Tatcs Creek association met at Baptist There is another cave Xortheastof town world would be happier and life more mch3-l- y Wis. a. m. Fast line for Cincinnati, r. m. A TTORNEY-- TLA W, Hunlcy's Old Stand. church lie! c Tuesday andThurbday. Lar- that has bpen explored two or three worth the living. EXTREMELY LOW RATES TO CHATS 10 Paris. Winchester. 11.4:1 K-No. 26. p st. Kowlniul. .Lancaster and a.m. TANOOGA, TENNESSEE. Sometime ago Mr. Urcck Boston, Kentucky. gest in several j ears. Fully 1500 on d miles. A third cavern has just been dis Richmond, mamwm THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. 1.20 fctanfortl. day. Mr. S. 1). Cochran, of Gar10:10 covered ami some strange facts are con- of that county, engaged 8,000 bushels Rowland, Lancaster and rard county was elected Moderator, Mr. Southern Railway are now selling of wheat to Mr. Graddy at CO cents, The OfllceS. W. corner M tin and Second nected with it. Thursday County Sur - DR. PETER FLUCK'SrS7:25 Stanfon'. G:50 Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be streets up stairs. Will pr.ictiri' in all fhos. Thorp, clerk, ltev. Crouch of Stan- veyor Hendren accompanitd by Messrs. believing that the cereal would not daily from Louisville one way tickets to For further particulars call on or address. AifcsV? jSg r5?" if the courts of Mnrtioii and adjoining ford, preached a fine sermon, as did Res Cured. Remedy, Great German KUPER HOOD. Agt Edward C. Jones, William and Dan Con-de- r, reach a higher figure. Shortly after- Chattanooga at $3 5"i; round trip tickets, ciandes and Court of Appeals. Telephone 78. Owen Cody and Joe Anderson. A conJoe Woods, Stewart Latla and Wil- ward wheat began to ascend the scale good fifteeu (15) days bevoiul dale of An Eminent Hew York Chemist and Scientist tribution to help (umpleld the new Bap-tit- -t liam Jones by means of a ladder, went aud Mr. Graddy anticipated a great sale, $!) 10; round trip tickels, limiled to .J C. & D M. CIIK.VADLT, Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. ilnmli was raised amounting to down twenty feet and found the real increase, and, feeling that to the Nov ember 7th, $12.20. Frankfort & Cincinnati Railway. . $i-JTheM." low rates will enable every one and not thespeculatorbelonged ATTORNEYS AT LAW, -month of the cave, elliptical in form, two raiser The distinguished New York chemist T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discoery of a reKlCIIMOVIl, Kentucky. XEWBY. feet by tlnee. The top of the sink hole the profits, voluntarily surrendered to visit Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain .i ,! liable and absolute enre for Consumption vi(Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, is also elliptical, teu feet by twenty, and his contiact with Mr. Boston and told and the famous Battle Fields in that (In Effect March 1, SSP.' We need rain badly in this locality. throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn Oiru-on Scind street, over Chen-aillt'coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline the hole prows gradually smaller. him to hold his wheat for the OOcent.s cinity at very little expense. VUy So I Irw'aI --1SV and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions Mr O. I. Slnpp hasbien (juileill wilh grext'rv. The Southern Hallway runs double DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Through the aperture of two feet by three or $1 rtiho. of wasting away, will send THREE FREE Asthma but is better at this time. Boston accepted the situation and daily service from LonUville to Chatta BOTTLEa (all different) of his New DiscovI hey all crawled on their hands anil eries to any afflicted reader of the Climax j There is quite a number of cases of knees. They had thus to crawl for fifty is about $2,500 bettor off by the mag- nooga. Trains leave Louisville 7:43 a. CREEN CLAY, EAST BOUND. writing for them. a m. p m. lVjot-His "New Treatment" has cured thousands but no deaths. yauls before they could stand erect. nanimous treatment he received at m. and arrive Chattrnooga at S 00 p. in. fxphuid FeeT in 1 TTOIl VE At Waltkr AzBfc.u.'s Livfiy Stable. 6 30 A A 3 00 W. permanently by its timely use. and he consid- Lve Frankfort.. a Arr Elkhorn. harness, cheaper All Kinds of 6U Zm5 ers it a simple professional duty to sufftring Jlev. O. J. Young is holding a rotrai There a beautiful sight met their eyes. the hands of his neighbor, while that and the evening traiu leaves Louisville ' Switzer.. 6 51 3 32 humanity to donate a trial of his infallible bought any where in Richmond. JlitJimond, than Kentucky 7 02 7:3op. in. and arrives at Chaltanoog.i Give cana be and be convinced. Satisfaction 3 48 Stamping Ground meeting at Little Bethel wilh gieal Symcrically formed stalactites and stalag- neighbor is poorer by that amount. cure. us trial Duvalls 7M 3 58 daily develoDS new wonders, and Science The spirit of the old time, high-tone- d, 7:40 a. in. Through compartment sleep- guarantcd. Mice es. gracefully adorned both the roof 4 IS mites feb2t-t- f 7 20 " Georgetownthis great chemist, patiently experimenting for Lve Georgetown For the Immediate Relief 4 30 8 CO Collections solicitod. 13 lofty souled Kentucky gentlo-ma- n ers are attached to evening train. years, has produced results as beruficial to Squitc E. C. Million bought a hone and floor of the cave. 8 12 4 42 humanity as can be claimed by any modern Arr Newtown- -, nd Positive Cure i 8 M Centreville- cannot die as long as Mr. Graddy For further information, address Wil452 genius. His assertion that lung troubles and I "l'hey found no gold nor silver., but uid lot on Tates Creek Ae of Giorge ONE OF TWO YAYS. 4 M 8 53 consumption are curable in any climate is " Elizabeth TZTSICIANS. liam H.Toyloo, Assistant General Pas 8 40 5 10 indications of a magnetic needle. Mr. lives. Wagers. Price paid ?2S00. proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," I " Pans Avenue, Lou-I filed in his American and EnroDean laboratosenger Agent; 210 Fourth WEST BOUND. Mrs. R, J. Hartmau is quite sitk. She Hendren brought out a human skeleton The bladder was created for one purries in thousands from those cured in all parts A Soft Snap For Madisonians. a.m. P.TT1. isville, Ky. 01 tne world. parjs DR. II. R. GIBSON, 5 J 320 Springs that is far alove the medium in heiglU. contemplated going to the Irvine pose, namely, a lercpUtle for the urine, Medical experts concede that bronchial, xn Elizabeth 5 'I 932 county colony nt also found a great number of the Thev The Madison chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, and as such it is not lii.blo to .uiv form tor her health but was too sick to go. Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing. . 93S 5 M Centreville which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 9 IS 5 58 Newtown.. bones of hogs And the strangest of their Frankfort keeps growing in number 1 vr ftm kr i ot disease ecept by 0110 or two wajs. "box. S5o. tafn death. Mr. T. C. Xewby is quite sick with 10 00 Georgetown 6 IO Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M C, 08 Pine T.ye Georgetown Kentucky. For Sale by all Druggists. find was a herd of live swine. When and in influence. Hon. A. R. BurRichmond. 6 TO IS 40 lir&t way is from impeifect action of The He is SO 3'earb nervons prostrations. sircvb, neiT iuik, giving pusiumceanu express Arr Duvalls. 10 56 6 II nam moves his family to Frankfort asked how many there were he said that R H rlilNKTIlRIf RHFMIRA1 Rn address, and the free medicine will be promptS IS 11 10 the kidneys. The Fecund, way is from Stamping Ground. old. His friendb despair of his recovery. ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advan ft V) 11 2S Switzer from the noise they made there were this week, as his duties as Judge of Office in the Joe Cc.lins building, 18 and 20 Seccareless lotal treatment of other dibeases. tage of his generous proposition. HANNIBAL, MO. 7 11 35 t. Mr. Ji. G. Itussell has moved his saw- hundreds, and that they fed on crawfish the Court of Appeals renders it inond Street, ower Wnne cld drucstore. 27- Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer f" HSi 720 y in the Richmond Climax. CHIEF CAUSE. may26-6mill to the E. 0. Million farm at this found in the stream of water that flows convenient to reside here, however C. D. BERCAW. Gen'l Pass. Agent. A Book for Yountj and Old Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidplace and is sawing Mr. Million's timber. through the cave. He thinks years ago a much he might prefer it. CHAS. HOOKER, GEO. B. HARPEK, Gen'l Snpt. neys is the chief cause of bladder Frankfort, Kentucky. Squire J. S. Stapp has lentcd his farm sow must have fallen into the sink hole 1 ETERINARY SURGEON, Another item of local interest is WE CURE j troubles. So the vomb, liko the bladOUR at this place to Mr. Chas. F. Brock, of and worked her way "into the cave, contained in a Frankfort dispatch of Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. der, was created for one purpose, and if NERVOUS RECORD Speedwell. Mr. Stapp will move to Lex- whence there is no gettingout. This cave August 31. as follows: Ohio Railway Cliss.jsaks not doctored too much is not liable to ington, the 1st of next jear. Commissioner When Insurance is four miles due North of here, on the Esti 1878 Veterinary Dentiitrjr and Sterility a Specialty. BLOOD w eakness or d'hease, except in rare cases, Office ap ttairt over New York Store, corner Mr. EdwaJd Hume was asph xiated Warw ick road, on the farm of Mr. Ed. C. Comingore is appointed Internal RevH 250,000 ft is situated back of and very close I o Main and First streets. Richmond 46- (IN KENTUCKY.) SKIN& wta Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. bv carbonic acid jras in Mr. John AVa- r- Jones. It extends in a Southern direc- enue Collector for the Sixth district, the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease U DISEASED Ocas ho is almost sure to be before Schedule la Sect SIy 2. 1807. f PRIVATE ren's w ell last Friday. He was digging tion for several miles." or inconvenience mauiftsted in the kidm. WEST BOUND. tober 1, the auditor, who will haye the well lor Warren and died in a few n MEN (rn 6 55 am Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accorn neys, back, bladder o- - urinary p?ssaj:e is KASTBOUND Medicine and Surgery. No. I. 'No. i No. s. ppr.A-u- 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville RELIGIOUS. the appointment of his successor as minutes after being taken out- - Squire 7 5am tairm 7.3spm often, by mistake, attributed to female Ly. Louliville . Office Collins Itaildine, Main 3 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Accom- CURED Insurance Commissioner, will have 9.10am 5.47pm 8.51pm 4 50 pm Ar. ShelbyYllle. New York Limited F. F. V E. C. Million held the inquest. nt residence (the Carr place) 00 weakness or womb trouble of some sort. Ar.LVrcnceb'e. 9 55am &35pm P.:0pm Elder E. L. Powell, pastor of the First but little over two years to serve. Broadway. 10.17am &56pm 9L46pm Vf rsatl es. EAST BOUND. The error 13 easily made and may be as Ar. Lexington.. . Insure your homes ":md Lexington and Morehead Accom STATE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. Iu50am T&ipzn 10 10pm Christian 'Tiureh of Louisville, Ky., will Tho Republicans, who would natuAr. - - - - Kentucky RicitMoxn, 9 15 am easily avoided. To find out correctly, No. 1. business No. 6. No. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V-be called to the pastorate of the Seventh-stic- rally like this juicy plumb aud the Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 6 30 pm 5 luam twenty-fou- r o. 10pm Lr, Lexington.. set your urine aside for The Democratic State Committee met Christian church of Richmond, Ya. $3000 a.year which it is worth, seem Washington Express 9 23 pm DR. O. A. KENNEDY, 8.15am 5.3'pij 5.38 m Ar. Versailles.. YQUNG MAN SS& hours; a sediment or settling indicate Ar.LVrenceb'g. Thursday at Lexington, Maj.P. P.John- It is one of the wealthiest and most influ- to have taken as a matter of course 45am 8.35am 6.00pm Accommodation trains mn dally except Sen-da- y. it '.fcipro (It am when ignorant of tho tcmblo crime you Ar. ShelbyYtlle. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, kidney or bladder trouble. The mild At. LoolsTlIle.. Other trains run daily. ston, chairman, presiding. The entire ential churches in the State. ID. 55am 3.15pm a 00am wero committing, iljdyouonlyeonsider that tho Auditor has already made a Through sleeping and dining car service to Kentucky. committee was present either in person thn fascinating allurements or this evil Richmond, and the extraordinary cfTi ct of Dr Kil- ' Trains Nos. 1,2, 5 and 8 New York. habit? When too lato to avoid tho terThe Jessamine Journal says the late selection and not making- application carr? Free Observarepresent two of the most For information, rates orsleeperreservations mer's Snamp-Koo- t, the exeat kidney ami tion Chair Car3. or by proxy, except Mr. Jas. Garnett, results, were your eyes oiiened to Isaac P. Shelby in his will gave to the for the place. In this they are not ?; rible peril? Did yon liter on in d vour Office in Smith Building, No. 204 Main Street, tip First District, and Dr. reliable Insurance Companies call on or write K. HOOD, Agent I&N.Ry., Richmond, Ky. bladder remedy, is soon realized If yuii J. B. Looter Elev- Elkhorn Baptist Association to bo used mistaken. The Auditor, while refusBLOOD enntrnet any VIII VATE or (tain. Office hours 12 to and to 5 o'clock. W. ASTBJUND. wnTBOusa discao? Wcroyoucured? Doyounow in the United States and re- r GEORGE C &BARNEY, need a medicine you should have enth District. State Senator Win, Goe-be- l, jn building a memorial chapel, $2,000 ing to discuss the matter, or to admit O. Ry.t Lexington. Ky. D. P. A. o. 14. No li. STA ioxs. No. 11 No. 11 and then tea Homo alarmicc Fvmctomsr At druggists fitly cents and one Jzupn 7 4am Lr Loulsrll Ar 8.1Snai laiiam spectfully ask for a share of Dare you marry in your present con-- E member at large, was also present. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, and 10 acres of land near the Richmond that he knows thoro will be a change, dition? You know. "LIKE TATIIKU, E ft 55am ArLarncbrgAr i. 25 pm SSao Who can think dollar. You may have a sample bottle &3pm 10. 45am ArllarodscgAr 4.21pm 7.35am your patronage. main purpo.se of the meeting was LIKI; SUX. llmamcu, are you conWanted-f- ln some simple. ,7.i5pm and Jacks Ci eek pike. It is thought the has already made up his mind about Kentucky to The Richmond, stantly living in dread? Ja marriaeo a thing to relent? Q8 m Ar uurgtn..LiT 4X)pm 7.SSam and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. perfect arrangements for conducting Association w ill not, under the restric- Mr. Comingoro's successor. Unless weakProtect your fdeax: thy mar brln vou wraith. failure with you on account of any F. ROCK, S. Wrtta JOHN 'WEDDEHBlnw CO- - Patent Attor-nerXASTROUKD Mention the Climax and send vour ad ness caul by early abafo or later ex westbocmd. the ensuing campaign, and it was decid- tions imposed by thewill, accept legWuhlOKtdn. D. C- - for their JIJOO prlxo offer ho changes it, be will appoint his cesses? llavo yon Doea urussca witn No. 16 tNo-BNo. y tNo 7. srATiois 28,'f Sec. Street, Up Stairs). & Co., Telephone at office and residence. and lilt of two husdrod Inventions wanted. v ed not to name a campaign steering com- acy and tho property will remain the part son, Will Stono, who is already one er merccrr? This booklet wilt point out to ' dress to a 4Supm 7.45am Lv Louisvil Ar lU55am tt.lipm you tho result of thee crimes and jxiint N. Y. The proprietors uf this papei 5.47pm 9.10am Ar ShelbTil Ar 9. :61m 6.45pm mittee, but to leave the whole manage- of out hnw our NEW METHOD TREAT the Shelby estate. In case the Asso- of the Auditor's most valued and efS56pm I0.i7am M. D., W. EVANS, guarautce the genuineness of this oiler. 73)pm ILCOim ArVersllea Ar a 03am 4.npm MENT vrill positively euro yon. It ment of the fight in the hands of the ciation docs not accept the gift, M,r. Shel- ficient assistants, and who, depite his Ar Midway Ar 7 41am ISSpci showshow thousands havo been saved by TOpm 1115pm ArQeorgtn Lt 7 Ham 3.00pm chairman of the State Central Commitour NEW TREATMENT. It prove by's heirs have expressed a willingness youth and short official experience, WESIBOCKD. bowvro ran flUARANTKK TO CUKK MiSrDJD.ND. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, tee, Maj. P. P. Johnson, together with ANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. Physician and Surgeon, that the $2 000 be given to East Hickman has already demonstrated that ho is tVo 8 tNo. 2. tNo. 1 tNa 5. STATIOiS. Wo treat nnd cure EMISSIONS. Senator Goebel. Chairman ot the Execu- church, of which he was a lifelong mem- a capable and painstaking official, 4.2pui i.v Loultvll Ar 10 55 m a 15pm VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. OLEEr. Kentucky. tive Cimmittec, and such other persons Richmond, - - I0 20im 6.57pm Lv Verslles Ar STRICTURE. 1JMIM)T1;.NU, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom- 11.00am 7Jipm ArNlchlvlllAr 7J5am 5.30pm ber, for the purpose of building a mem- wherever he is placed. If for any 4.40pm DRA1NP. UNNATURAL DISas they might select; and that Maj. John- orial parsonage. The matter will doubt- reason the Auditor should changd 603am 3 45pm 11.58 pm 8.30pm ArRIchmo'dLr CHARGES, KIDNEY nnd BLADDER mends Wrighls Celery L30pra.' 1. 05 pm lAr Irvine Lv DR. T. J. TAYLOR, diseatc". ston have full control of the contest, and less be settled by the Association at its his mind, Assistant Auditor Frank No. L Nai 1 STATIONS. Capsules. 53 Pradilumer in Medicine and Surgery, also have the power to select headquar- meeting GUARANTEED CURES H. Johnson will be made Insurance W w next week. Lv. Louisville.. 45am Z35nm O 10.50am 1010pm Kentucky. ters and appoint a secretary. Ar. Lexington. . Richmond, C O rX "Thn 1VnrM nf Sin" ent free bv a: The following news of the new pastor Commissioner, and tho younger a.uupm 7 30am enclosing 2c stamp. CONSULTATION Ar. Knoxville.... Maj- - Johnson's pow era were still furthPAHKEuannnoi W. Va., Stone will become Assistant Auditor. unablo to call, wnto for 1.39am Lllpm FREE. It Ar Ashe villa Office ami residence on Third; Street. 5' O lode-cid- e of tho Second Presby terion Church here, QUESTION JJLAN1C for HOME 500am er amplified so as to authorize him Ar Savannah ...... Janu(ry 20, 1995. o The latter contingency, however, is 9.10am TREATMENT. Ar. Jacksonville. o a the event of a dead- is copied from a Chattanoogi paper: only possible, and not probable. The all questions in I The Weight Med. Co., K 7 4upm tJtOim Ar. Caattinooa.. and "Dr. J. P. MacMiHin the O DE1TXAL STJRGEEY., lock, or anydispute in senatorial, legisla500am lt.40ora Ar. Atlanta Columbus, Dliio,! 8.13am 11 10pm popular fastor of the Park PlacePres-byteria- n present intention of all concerned is Ar. Macon p tive or city committees. 9 10pm sioim Ar. Jacksonville. Church, has definitely decided that Mr. Stono is to be appointed Gentlemen: I Iiave'l been nsinp Ly. SOjpm 6Lam A resolution was passed granting cities Pi 122 W. FOURTH STREET, DR. A: WILKES SMITH, "Wright's Celery Capsules eince Novem- Ar. Chittacoora. 11.59pm 10.30am Ulnslnjliam. to leave this city about the last of the Commissioner for the unexpired term of the fourth and fifth classes separate 4.45 am X45pm CINCINNATI, O. . ber, 1894,'and find them to'jbo as recom- Ar. Mer.dUn as soon as Mr. Comingore is named month and has accepted a call from a ILSJam! 8.55pm DENTAL SURGEON, a L first becan jjaking litem Ar. Now Orleans. mended committees from the county. for Collector. "3 Kentucky while at JlotSprinas. Aik' under treat- . Kn 1 carries Faa Chair ear Louisville loi Richmond, work of the commiltee was strictly large congregation at Richmond, Ky., a Tne aug!8-l- y 0,000 lnhabitantBtwenty ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and Lexington thero connecting with Solid Vosti-- l routine and everything went through city of aont oute ATaiii carrying ruiiaia oiecpuii; viura via Wailaceion Is All Right. . MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Stomaeh trouble Const ipaliion vh?cli I Chattanooga to Birmingham and Naw Orleans., six miles from Lexington. Dr. MacMiHin OrncK Smith building. Main Street. Office without any notable incident. hail been ji long; sufferer, jll fouud the hoar. cooto ta M.; 1:00 u4 I. M. "Wallceton can soon boast of aa done noble service at the Park Place has limited to dentistrr. relief Chattanarand ASTnttT Celery Capsules gave met t G) v for commuuicalion by teleHon. Henry L. Martin has notified Church during the four years he has Notice- from the beginning ami ha're used them Jacksonville vU Hot Springs. Aahevilte. nlpftKiiik anil unso- - Compartment Sleeper Loxlngton to New Or- If outside, world as many p.vpt since. "With 3. A-- Tates. the voters of his senatorial district that been pastor, and is now very highly re phone ith the J. C Mobgaji. AND ALL ICIXDS OP CEMETERY WORK. lipiteil. Lrecommonil them! to any antT he will not allow his name to go under garded all over the city. His tiaugl.ler, other towiw of much gi cater pretensions; tDaily Except suaaay. m MORGAN & YATES, all putt'erinj: with Jikojaffliciious or either 1 WHZDOH'.P. the repnblicau deviceon the ballot Now Miss Anna MacMiHin. will remain here The exchange at Berea has already been 4T.A.. S. T. SWirr. P. T.A. uPorfurther particulars, prices, Xx, address, All persons holding claims against the estate ot mem. veryiruiyyouni. DENTISTS, Louisville, Ky LaxiiifSKy. St r let Mr. Martain withdraw and give a for some time and, continue her mnsic. placed which givCB connection w if Ji liich- - of Jas. Te is; deceased, ranst present same 16 M. I X rT. B Qhn, Gea. Supt, VKAHJ.fi XJ3UAI.BWKLL. on-Kentucky. before Oct.'l, 1887. : , Richmond, - - r .. .Mf BC Cj lT3t clear track rn th democratic nominee studies, but another daughter, a" gifted mond, Lexingtou;&c, wbilo theUine, tae, properly proven Wasfclaetoa frMUBCtai:D.sC. - Sold byjjxs. jMift,iir Price '. and all will be forgiven. Stanfojd Jour- elocutionist and vocalist will accompany. between JVallacotoli and JPaint J.iik is k , - J.. .... : - Wn ldHHIflHLk&K .Hf LMft,erIOK4 Csll at ilriyr-- 1W.A.TS4C6P.A.i 1. BLTAYlAS.A.Q.WO.m- -' 1JtT' . ftfteeflta MadixoD National U Orrjca Main Street, over I nowbeiBtj ... k coBBtracted ata rawld rate.VJ aasnsrai them to Keutnckyv' nal. ir Aeawisrsor. ; t , store MtjMMn Mmpfft. 1 a Cant. a &1)ti " . . .. a o - " s? r rfs?. 3v '' "O- U. 3t mt-rc! V wish to caution all users of Simmons Liwr Regulator on a subject of the deepest st and importance to their health lheir livs. The sole proprietors and makers of Simmons Liver Kegulator le.irn that customers are often deceived by bavin aid taking some medicine of a similar appearance or taste, believing it to le Simmons Liver Regulator. Vire warn Aou that unless ihe woid Regulator is on or bottle, that it is not Simmons tin pir-kaI ner Regulator. No one else makes, or pr h is made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, Imi J H ZeilintCoand-nmedicine made lv anrone so is the same. ,.We alone can ji it it up and we cannot be resonsible, if oihr meihcines represented as the same do not heli you u you are led to expect they w 11 Bear this fact well in mind, ltyou have Iteen in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator. bpciu3e the name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word Rulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Kegulator at alL The Regulator has been lavorably known for many years, and all who ae it know how necessary It is for Fever and Ague Bilious Fever, Constipation HVadiche. Dyspepsia, and all disorders ans ng from a Diseased Liver. We ak you to look for yourselves, and ee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZEJLIN & CO. Take e o WARNING, a Royal makes the food pure, wholesome end delicious. PERSONAL. The Paiis Kenluckian sajs: "Mr. James McClnre, of the Agricultural Bank, tells this one: "One of our depos- ANDY CATHARTIC rzsr fe 1 feC UREC0hSTIPATI0Ms SRj5 ??, eohjOlh vj fw v v w m "Nothing else like it" The most refreshine and We Send it FREE! TO Wu I II WEAK WEN, gLaaS- jFl lpr.Raub$ mi &aWh ffiC?.7.i ed POWDER .Soap. m m L 'ifs Wasted Energy Sarsaparilla BEAUTY-Onr3-pce,IIlns- m rW MAN-II0II1- SKI.K-AB11S- K, S. - to-da- rJOKOTUGK ANDKATHRiA mruntcc 4a V C"MXS lt BICYCLES Mcdonald's '? l 'J to-da- two farm: iFORf I I - nerer-fulin- w O JLJL JLsJL-L- ' h Speediest Horses, w V f WHITE'S - STATION, ee price, J. c. ir:xt box. occu-31-3- J The Finest Kigs,' The Safest Drivers, The Promptest ?SIc-T0?sAJj- la. L. & R. R. tention, e e o on-thi- rd at The Cheapest Prices, The Euvorite Stable. P. B. tr 31-3- A scc-con- ;:SADDLBRY.:: 'w - ADINE $5 cx & e a Geo. White. hand-mad- -- Y-- T-L- ed ... aug-25-S- U11M0HH NEURALGIA. per m je MMimw Mffi IF SIU ; ly-l- n SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 8V FH ICE,- TDRMADO ui h. a jasppr, - d: i Street-Telepho- et ... 1 250.000 CURED property against rS3r Fire I Tornado. roan-hoo- tht-bes- t. Idea n. Dr-Kilm- Binj-hamto- 1 a' e2-l- r Madison Monumental Works, T.4.-a- ... I I (- - well-knoV- n Kennedys Kergan ce great-facilititi- is Crdilofs. "uriSiStGRHN ITE MONUMGNTS ... ,. K -- vti1 - rT . "Vt . y Kf xJ . i. s fladijoi) r 05Un)e!)tal Worfe., -- r - 1 "di. $?& man, but has evidenced the fact that there is one editor of tho country press who can indued tho great editor of tho C.-- to unpack his old ruBiasuEs eveby wkdnksday by clothes and givo them nn airing. The Ths Climax Printing Co. Louisville Dispatch has been systematically ignored for obvious reasons, wliilo the Interior-Journa- l is reaping ifl.7LLf'7; Proprietor and Editor. tho reward of its own intrepid daring, C E. HVODS, Associate Editor. and its eminent respectability is at The Richmond Climax. J. rniCK PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. - 15, - SKIT. repeated tested $1.50. replies. byIfMr. AYatterson's subscriptho loss of Its $1.23 tion list fails to convince tho Courier-Journthat the yeomanry of Ken1SD7. al tucky will not unlearn the lessons taught by Watterson when he was an uneorriipled patriot, we havo no hopes that ho will ever make, peace with tho Democracy of Kentucky which ho then loved but which he y despises. It is Waldorf plutocracy versus pure Democracy. A taste of the former has changed Watterson so that his celebrated lecture will hereafter bear the caption to-da- Ox Monday Judge A. It. Butnam and family removed to Frankfort. The Climax docs not hesitate to say that the removal of Mr. Burnam from our midst takes from ns one of our best citizens. Politically speakinjr, we do not admire Mr. Burnam We. did all in our power and exerted evory honest endeavor to defeat him for Appellate. Judj;e. We have felt the weightof his ability aud earnestness of his opposition with possibly greater force than ho has ours; but now that the battles are over with, for a time at least, and he is leaving, we naturally look back to associations nonpartisan, and from that staudxoint feel proud to send this testimonial to his new associates and neighbors. In questions unpolitical, whether for the county or city. Mr. Bjurnam'scouu sel was always wise and safe, and for many eare invariably sought. To the younger members of the bar he was always kind and courteous, and many can testify to his willing assistance and advice when requested of him. As for Mrs. Burnam we cannot express the feelings of regret of our people at her departure. Kind and affectionate in disposition, all had learned to love her. Her church will miss her; the sick and afflicted will miss her; the homes where the death angel visits will miss her, for she was fust at church, first to console the sick and suffering, first to visit the bereaved and cheer them when death darkened their homes. At times of icjoiciiig her bright smiles aud pleasant conversation made her more than welcome. She will be missed by all. We regret the departure of them both and our best wishes follow them and their family to their new home. -- "Money, Not Morals." THE WAY THEY SEEM TO AVOIDTH E CIVIL SERVICE. The Republicans, in their haste to evade the Civil Service law covering DEMOCRATIC TICKET the appointment of storekeepers and gangers, and make room for some of the many hungry "pio hunters," For Clerk of Court of Appeal, SAM J. SHACKELFORD, have resorted to a scheme, which, of Daviess countv. while it is decidedly new, is, according to the allegation of tho Democrats who are being fired, not legal. ReFor Circuit .Tndpe THOMAS J. SCOTT, publican Collector John W. Yerkcs of Madison county. is sending all through the district the following letter to tho Democratic gaugers and storekeepers, one of For Comiiiomvealtli'h Attorney B. A. CIIUTCHEIi, which has been received by Mr. R. F. of Jesbauiine county. Golden, of this city, and from which this copy is made: Richmond, Ky., Sept. 8, 1897. Representative, IS. F. Golden, JS. and (7., Richmond, Ay.: W. W. COMBS. Sin: It appearing fioin tho records of this oillce that there is a Countv Julp, P. II. SUM J VAN. larger number of subordinate oflicers in commission in this district than County Attorney, the service requires, and it being deemed desirable that the force be J. TEVIS COIJIl. reduced so as to subserve the best in. SlierifT, tere.sts of the Government, and also II. II. COI.YEII. the interests of tho oflicers employed, 1 have recommended to the Hon. Circuit Cleric, Commissioner of Internal Revenue a 5. II.TIJ0UI,E,.1IL evocation of your commission in the Internal Revenue service. This revoCouuiy Cleric, cation is recommended alone on the JOHN F. WHITE. ground of a necessary reduction of the force in this collection district. Jailer, Respectfully. JAMES LACKEY. John W. Yekkes, Collector. The following is Mr. Golden's reply Assessor, to tho foregoing article: T. 0. CUKKY. Richmond, Ky . Sept. 11, 1SA7. -- PERSONAL. from a visit to Paris. Mr. D. B. Murphy, of Irvine, was here last Wednesday. Miss Turner, of Mt Sterling, is visiting Miss Mary Little. Miss Todd, of Missouri, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd. Mr. John Shackelford is at home for a visit from Montgomery, Ala. Miss Birdie Zaring will return this week from a pleasant visit to Shelby. Mr. F. S. Elder, or Lake City, Ark , r. is visiting his brother, Mr. E. V. El-de- Mr. S. A. Deatherage is at home Dedman,of Cynthinna, is tliis week the guest of Misses Miss Bessio a Hart. Miss Neville Davis, of Harrodsburg, is visiting Miss AVillio Donny, at Manse. Mieses Worthington, of Greenville, Miss , are visiting Miss Sallio hlmck-elfoi- d. Superlnleinlenl Public Schools, J. Coroner, V. WAGEliS. M.G. siirrpyer. S. HRO'iYN. F.ROCK.. CITY TICKET. For Mayor JIJ.ST0UFFEI5. City Jiiile For 11. C. RICE Cily Attorney For - J. TA LUOT J ACKSON. cxirNriLJiEV. dirt. lIoue City Ilall-MERSHON, University For For Mavi-trate-- TKVH, PIOKEIJ. MAUI'IN. I IISON, RALLAUD. KICHMQXI) IHSTKIOT. l. TUIM'IN. 1. CVislab1e-- V. SI M MONS. Gov. McCkkaky will open the Deiiiorratiu campaign in Owen coiinSy at Oweiiton. He lias been invited to open the campaign in Fay-ott- o with a .speech in the Opera House. in IS'ew York are jroiii insane for tlio want tf work. In Kentucky they are j;oiii about with pardons in their pocket.-- , waiting for an opportunity to ote the ticket. Dispatch. coln county met Saturday and ded to issue an address in which they will t that National isMioi having-bee.subordinated by the district and county conventions and pood men nominated for the otlices, they will give them a cordial support, though they repudiate the acts of the Frankfort convention. .st.-i- Statu prisoners The National Beinot-rat- s of Lindeci- MiuWai.tox again closes the con-troves- ry with lleury Watterson, in some compensation to those interested in me for the revocation of the commission that would be so highly esteemed by them. If the revocation was recommended for political reasons or for incompetency I should ask you to withdraw- - the request and allow me to resign before tho ignominious charges were known by the public. I have no doubt but that the fact laid bpfore the Commissioner of Internal Revenue will satisfy him of the overcharged official condition of vour district and will therefore me of my ollicial distinction of The controversy between Messrs. which ofliciafactl exppctdue notice AVatterson and Walton may not have in a few days In the meantime consider me your humble servar and changed a hair's breadth the opin- subordinate. Very respectfully,t ions of the friends of either gentle R. F. Golden. this characteristic manner: closes the desul"Mr. "Watters-otory cross firing that we have indulged in for a couple of months by magnanimously publishing our last article in lull with no comment save that contained in these headlines: 'Democracy in Kentucky. The Situation and Duty As a Good Man Sees Them. I'.ut There are Others and Others Still. Ix;t us Do Right.' This indicates to some extent that Mr. AVatterson is like King Agrippa 'almost persuaded,' but like him also wants to wait for a 'more convenient season' Well, an revoir, old friend; may God Ikj with you till we meet again at Phillipi." notifying me that it appears from the records of your oflke that t!;eie is a much larger number of subordinate oflicers in commission in your district than the service requires, and tlmtw.u deemed it desirable that the force so as to subserve the best of the Government, and also the interest of the oflicers employed, and that you had recommended the revocation of my commission, and that this was done alone on the ground of necessary reduction of the force in the collection was duly received. I was not aware until I received your communication that there was a much larger force of subordinate oflicers in the district than the service required. Had this fact been known to me 1 would havo exerted myself to have brought those subordinates together; and as it would be a matter of interest to us all to reduce the force to the necessities and convenience of the Government, v. e would have devised some plan for an equitable reduction, but that there were more subordinate oflicers in commission than the service required never entered my mind. On the contrary I had expected a larger force of such oflicers in demand by your department on account of returning prosperity and restored confidence. 1 must speak the truth and say to you that I regret very much that you have recommended the revocation of my commission. I am very proud that my Government has recognized my ability ami fitness to serve it in the humble capacity to which I was commissioned I appreciate that document; 1 had hoped that I would be allowed to hold same undisturbed, and that my children might point to the document with pleasure and boast of the recognized ability of their father in the country in which he resided long after I had slept with my fathers. You say that the recommendation is only on the grounds of necessary Hen. John W. Ycrlrt, Collector of Internal Jleienue, Jlichtiiond, K.: Dear Sih: Yours of the Sth hist, visiting his cousin, Mr. J. W. Smith, this city. the guest of Miss Alice Beasley. Lancaster Kecord. Mr. W. G. Gibson, of Ironton, Ohio, was the guest of Mrs. Mary Friend during tho past week. Mrs.'J. W. Zaring was accompanied Miss Mary Grimes, of Kichmond, is Dr. J. W. Smith, of Fayette. Mo., is district, in'com-missio- n home fiom Shelby by Mrs. E W. Young and daughter. Mrs. Mary Mullins returned to her home, in Winchester, M iiday, after several weeks visit to Berea. Miss Salhe Yates McKee, of Law renceburg, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Edna Yates, near this city. Mr. and .Mrs. David Prewitt, net Miss Vanmeter, of Clark, were the guests last week of Mrs. B. Hanger. Mrs. Tom Davis, who has been visiting friends in Bichmoud, returned home Thursday. Ca m p b e 1 1 s v i 1 e Times. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller gave a dance in honor of Miss Mary Gentry, on Friday, which was a very enjoyable affair. Mrs J. W. Porter returned to Lexington after a visit to her daughters, Mrs. T. S. Hagan and Mrs. William Shearer. Miss Mabelle Terrill is at home from Texas and New Mexico, after a vacation spent with her aunt, Mrs. W. II. Wooten, nee Miss Lucy Miller Mr. Aimer Oldham, of the firm of Oldham Uros. &Co , Avas in Cincinnati last week making fall and winter purchases. Mt. Sterling Advocate. Miss Julia Shanks, of Lexington, Va,, an educated and talented young lady, has assumed her duties as governess in the family of Mr. T. D. 1 'to-da- Chenault. Faxton. of Lexington, Va., professor of Latin in Central University, at Richmond, spent several days with his relative, Mr. J. B Paxton. Stanford Journal. "Cousin Dick" Collier and Miss Payde Hawkins were one of tho couples that entered the ring for "best turnout" at the Williamsburg Mr. Gordon Fair. Corbin News. Ed. Rowland has returned from a brief stay in Richmond Mism MarMr. reduction. there is a great deal of consolation in that statement, and if that fact can be preserved it will be Of course ro-I'e- ve Wm A Pointer. Are you interested in Carpets, Rugs or Furniture This Opportusiiy is For You. Down ton. Danville Advocate. Mrs. Belle Rayburn and Miss Margaret Chenault have returned from a months sojourn at Rockbridge Alum Springs, and are loud in their praises ot these health giving waters. There was a well attended social hop at Dr. Cooper's last night. Captain J. Speed Smith and CapL -- Hill" Dillion were among the youthful guests who tripped the light fantastic Livingston Colonel. Miss Laura Lynn entertained on Tuesday evening last in honor of Miss Ethel Bronston, of Victoria, Texas. The married ladies attended from 5 to 8, after which the younger set enjoyed the evening. Mr. Sam English, well known in newspaper circles at Louisville, has assumed control of the Kentucky Stock Journal. The Journal is a paper published by tho stockmen of Louirtville, and has already gained a wide circulation. .Mrs. Ellen Owsley left Tuesday morning to visit her son, Casev, who is attending University of Vn.Law Department ... .Miss Pattio Beasley left Monday for several months visit to Richmond, Lexington and Lancaster Record. Mrs- - A. D. Flora, of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. Ossinn Edwards Sam. Deatherage has re-- ....Mrs turned to Richmond after a visit to A. J. Winters Messrs. F. B. Carr Nicho-lasville- .- gie Glass, of Somerset, arrived. Saturday to visit her cousin. Miss Florence Atlanta. Mr. Wood will also coach Laura Moss Walker, on Tuesday, Sept. the foot ball team at this institution, 7. The young parents have the best and thinks he will this year be able wishes of v their mauy friends for the to give tho Goober Grabbers n new health of their little Bon. idea of tho science. Danville AdvoIn tho Stomach Caused Great cate. Suffering Was Confined to' the As Ti nstpn of J. T, Es'ill, I will exOne exhibitor bolder than the othBed But Now Able to Work. pose to pu'diV 8dfn tho premises, at 10 ers intrusted his team at the Fair to "In October, 1835, 1 had an abscess In icloeba. in., sharp, on two young ladies, Miss Stella McMa-k- in es Boul Boulwacre.aged 78, my stomach. I was also taken with pleu- Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1807, and Miss Lizzie L"gnn who hancoughed very badly. I was dled them admirably, without any a highly respected citizen of Kings- risy and physicians bat did not improve. A Nil one l!hie Cirasa Farm, well treated by male assistance, thereby eliciting the ton, died last Saturday evening from watered and iu high state of hearty plaudits of the spectators, but what was thought to be a wound re- I gave up all hope ot ever pelting well. tion, containing a225 acres of lard cultivaA No. side was swollen u i I was not My right tho j mitres were obdurate and finally ceived 13 years ago in a rail way accident. ablo to walk across the room and was one dwelling Iiuum and four u tignificetil awarded the tio to "a horrid man," not any chupc barn. If greatly to tho disgust of of Funeral services were conducted Sun- confined to my bed. I was advised to sold it willfrom rented for the land is year IS93 be the crowd Shelby Sentinel. day evening by Rev. Reynolds at the try Hood's Sarsapatilla and began taking Will also otl'er for enle 15 the 20 head of or I could see a It is difficult to keep trace of all the Mt Zlon church, of which church hq it. In three dfcyskept otC taking ch.tngo hordes and mules, some mure colts, 05 on Hood's 70 hogs, 4 or 5 cows and calves a lot of pretty entertainments, dinners, etc., was a member. for the better. I given in honor of Mrs. A. R. Burnam Sarsaparilla until I had taken four bot- farming implements of all kinds Also prior to her departure for Frankfort, tles and continued to improve. I am now nliont 500 li.irrplx i,f enm in h!io k and a CORRESPONDENCE. timonials of esteem was that of Mrs. able to doa good day's workon tho fatm." lot of luinlter. Terms made kuown on Among the pleasantest of these day ot Kile. T.J. SMITH, M. E. Mank, Demossville, Kentucky. W. Pickels, whereat the Musical Trustee of Jonathan Ettill. DOYLESVILLK ppptl5-:Club were present. It was a delightful Miss Katie White, of Fayette county, affair, socially, musically and other-wa- s, and a compliment which all in visaing ai ner grauuiaiiier, a. i tho members heartily joined in pay- White's near this place. ing to their much esteemed President Born To the wife of Thomas Parker, soil by An announcement which will cre- August a boy Ramsey l. alldnicElstsH ate something of a sensation in social Mrs. Wesley Hisleand Son, Elmer, of H ; six for $5. Prepared only by C. I. Hood Co ciicles is tho engagement of Miss At 3 o'clock, p m., in front of the Court Mary Potter, of this city, to Mr. tins place, nave returned home from a Lowell. 3I.HS. uet Hooa's ana omy iw ' House doer, in Richmond, Ky., on Chas. A. IlarOin, Jr., of Harrodsburg. few (lavs visit to the former s sister, Mrs. are tne nesi Thev marriage will occur early in Leroy Hisle, of Jessamine county. HOOd S PllIS pills, aid digestion. 2ic November, at tho home of tho bride, Born To the wife of George Jett, Situri&y, September 12, WW and tho ceremony will probably bo August wtu, a ooy Jrtiram into. Mrs. James Hager, in Jesher sister, performed by Itev. Martin Hardin, of But they are not in town. Yon can only tiuij , There appears to be an epidemic of samine, says the Democrat. Her I will lae for a term of years the farm known Philadelphia, who is a cousin of the as the Chenault farm, now occupied by Mr. here. Every article in the houi h.i groom, but further than this the ar- itch among the horses in this ueighbo - condition is distressing as she is left Wink Duncan. The farm lien upon the Richrangements have not been com- noou; several having it too bad to be mond and Lexington turnpike, partly within t. , brought direct from the leading fi very poor. She was Screlda A gee, the city limits, and contains about used. pleted. Shelby Sentinel. Ajiee, of Madison in the last sixty days, and our huBorn To the wife John M. Thomas, daughter of Albert Misses Enid Yandell, Jennio Bencounty. She returned home Thursy September tn, a girl. edict, Elvira Sydnor Miller and iilled with nice, clean fall styles in vcr McDowell, of Louisville, left Mrs. Sam Griggs spent the past week day with her children. thing in our line Twenty-fiv- e yesterday for Nashville, wherj they at V ltt toprings in Lsttll county. acres now in corn to po in wheat, the balance is in crass. There is a comfortaare going to take part in tho exerciA Graduate ol Central University. ble residence and all necessary outbuildings, Mrs. Ann Thomas, of Jackson county, ses at the Exposition on Business upon the About four months ago a young and Rood waterconditions farm. tnonn on day Woman's Day, Wednesday, Sept. 15. foruieriy of this place, is at present visit TUR51S and made of renting. man located in Mt. Sterling to pracMiss, Yandell will havo a paper on ing reiaiives acre. sculture. Miss Benedict on household tice his profession as a physician, SILVER GREER. economics. Miss Miller on journalism, aud by his modest and correct descptS-2Richmond, Ky. and Miss McDowell on the woman in C. C. Maupin business. The party will he in the lliursiiay night. returned from Lebanon meanor won the admiration of our Capital city a few days, and will beat people. When called to attend t, pathe Maxwell Housd. Mis. Nick BeasleyHids been quite sick, tient he exhibited such knowledge Rev. Ezekiel Forman, D. D.. of out is some better now. and skill as to please his patients. New Orleans, is here on a visit to his Miss Mary D. Ballard spent a few Thus he has been goin quietly along son. Mr. T. T. Forman. 115 South aays :ast weeK in Jticnniond. At G per cent. In sums of nnd is rapidly rising in his profession. Limestone. Mr. Forman Is 78 years Mifcs Bettie Jones, of Rifhmond, is "Wo refer to Dr. W. T. "Willis, who $1,000 and upwards, 3 to 3 jf age but still in the active ministry came here from Nicholasville, Ky. years on first uiortrag,e only. of tho Pre'sbvterian church He viaiuu vji. ii. xi. .Junes unit iHiiuiy. preached in Kentucky for nearly Miss Virginnia Mown an Julia White He comes of a highly respected and S. F. Hock, fifty ycirs, aud since 1890 has been of Kingston, are visiting Miss Merritte influential family. Dr. "Willis gradseptS-2- v pastor f the Memorial Presbyterian Jones. Ardent. uated with honors at the Hospital churci. at New Orleans. He will reMr. Will Ingram, Pitcher for Silver College of Medicine, In selected Quartered Oak, Curly Birch, SepLouisville, main until some time in lreek ball team, enteied Central Uni for a time was connected with and Having Opened a tember. At one time he was pastor the Bird's Eye Maple and Curly Cherry, of Woodford church, near Spring versity last week. Jennie Casscday Infirmary. He is y v;ih. i?f-r uiuin .iiiu Jiuuiei liens in Mrs. "Will Arbnckle is riding around Station. Later he had charge of i&:J jS3.SecondBHafid churches at Richmond, Glasgow and in a nice new phaeton, a gift from her thoroughly equipped to meet the reand Curly Birch, Separate Bedsteads, quirements of a physician and surWalnut Hill, tho latter in this county. son iiuty jetclier. Lexington Argonaut. cheap, medium and C Iron Bedsteads, Angero Devery and wife, spent a few- geon and as such we cheerfully com Htr lUlilUUlW Francis Douglas is hero from Dan- days last week with George Beasley and mend him to our readers Mt. Sterhigh-price- d ci Sideboards, Chiffoniers ami Yf ville this week to attend the marri- iauuiy at liyaitsville. ling Sentinel Democrat. "Wardrobes, China Closets, Combination l&iA age of his brother, Mr. Georgo L A James Couohmfin and wife left for Douglas and Miss Anna AVorlev, More About Winchester's City Schools. nnf Tjiilio. rrff5?vVJV,' '.ri T.ilivni'v home Thursday, after a visit to their son, J which takes place at Pisgah church. EO AT 21G WEST MAIN. Francis is thoroughly imbued with Jtooert (Jouctiman, and wile. Last week the Climax mentioned Desks. Extension Tables in all irrades the fever and tells ine that ho is makDr. Witherspoon, of Louisville, will and styles. Chairs of every description. ing his arrangements to leave for the preach at Kirksville Sunday morning, the fact that Winchester's Board of I am prepared to take all kinds Klondyke early in the spring. "My and iu the afternoon at Moran's School Education has decided to admit out of second-han- d A furniture, such Do not fail to come, look through and side children to such rooms or classes cousin, Prof. Cheek, of Centre Co- house. as clocks, bedsteads, mattressfc (rot nvic(i '" t.linn Villi :!! - llTt t- hll" llege," said he, '"has just' returned as are not too crowded, at a uniform " 1" " from Alaska and sas the tales of &u price of 10 cents per day. No parent es, bureaus, side-board- s, wealth have not in'the least been can object to tins price as it is proba- couches, in fact anything exaggerated. Prof. Cheek went albly as cheap schooling as is obtained want to dispose of in the line most to Dyea. which is at the beginThe Chrisman Sale. ning of the Chilkoot Pass. If I live, by those living in the city when sal- of furniture or old r;ist oif The "Chrisman Place," on the Lan next spring will find me on the way aries of teachers, cost of buildings clothing-- second-han- d stoves. to tho gold territory." Woodford caster pike. 10 miles from Richmond, and other expenses arc considered. I also do upholstering-- , carSun. was sold on Saturday last by the ex This step was taken by the Hoard Messrs. J. W. Tribble and P.. I f. ecutor, W. T. Tevis, at $75 50 ner acre. not for the purpose of making money, riage top trimming-- renew mattresses. All work to Phelps, of Richmond, are guest- of and was knocked off to J. Stone but of accommodating thoe on the order Mr. G. A. Peyton and family Walker, though the real purchaser is outside at a fair price. Last year Geo. B. Engleman and handsome This is they wore admitted at half this price, daughter, Miss Annie Bronau;Ji, known to be W. T. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED went up to Richmond Wednesday to one of tho mast desirable homes in which did not pay expenses, and spend several weeks with Mrs. T. T. the county, and Mr. Tevis, after mak made schooling cheaper to thoso on I respectfully solicit a share and R. C. II. Covington's families ing many improvements, will move Itev. A. S. MorTett and sons, Harry to it and reside. The competition the outside of the city than to those of your patronage. and Lacy, of Lebanon, spent several was very inside the city. lively and spirited, there behours here Tuesday on their way to WAL BROCKMAN. septs-iHowever, the Democrat thinks Madison, the father to attend Pres- ing a number of biddersand the prico bytery at Kirksville, and the sons to at which it was sold is considered there should have boon at least two enter Central University prices charged this season; say ten Hon. J. good, though . SHEEP FOR SALE! Speed Smith, of Richmond, was here cents for the lower nnd intermediate Tuesday in the interest of the Miss Heath's Dramatic and Musical Re- grades and fifteen or twenty for the Masonic Widows' and Orphans Home cital. I have for sale about F00 good stock ewes, higher grades, as it costs at least that Furniture and Undertakers. at Louisville, for which he lias raised Miss Nannie Heath's friends are all much. For instance rrof.vShipp gets about 700 good stock wethers, also a number of SW.OOO. Asked if was after Federal otllce, ho said. "Not at ptesent. expectancy over her dramatic reciisd to $100 per month, and his room last good Southdown bucks. Address G. E Black, I'm going to tho Legislature first. he given at the court house on Thursday term had about ten pupils. This, it aug Red House, Ky. That may come later." Stanford niht. Admission 'Jo cents. Tickets at will be seeu. cost far more than ten Journal. Stockton's and MK'.dleton's drug stores. cents per day, and outsiders should "lasi The handsomest social aifrir of tho Miss Pattie will contribute Ovt r 400,000 vacancies several times as many vacancies as members three solos, at least pay cost price for what they members Several plans; two plans give free registrar on oneplan dl'ARAN i EEs season occurred last Thursday evenege da s No 10 cents avs for book, containing plans and a $500.00 love storj of Co. ing at Woodlawn, the beautiful sub- while Miss Olivia Baldwin will be piano obtain. employers for recommending teachers urban home of Col. and .Mrs. James W. accompanist and render two solos. Miss Bt R. SUTTON TEACHERS I Rtv Da O Surnm, SOCTIIIIUJ TEACHEBS' BCREA1T, h Dearborn st Caperton. The brilliant assemblage Heath's program is rich aud will cero m.vaccr prcsioint Silver Creek, Champions. ' S.W Cor Main & Sts ,Louisville,Ky came to wish Judge and Mrs. A. R. tainly charm Oit ft rfjrim ia Wti .Vr.lfn TjtMcws Cliare offi.f, Svati'n nnsun Itwufle Ecf. As agent for T n . J. J., R. L., J. B. and the audience. Among The fifth nnd deciding game of hill A.B. Walker, I will on Burnam bon wyage to their new homo at Frankfort, and to meet Collector Miss Heaath's selections are, Q.ieen Ze was won Saturday by Silver Creek in . m and Mrs. John W. Yerkes, of Dan- nohia, The Message. A Stepping Car the presence of 200 people. Score w 12, 18S7, ville. With characteristic grace tho Scene, Scene from Leah, and others. Richmond S, Silver Creek 11. The latii hospitable host and hostess entertainname from tho ed their guests; the elegant (5 o'clock Everybody should go. Miss Heath is ter playel a great on the premises, the residence where D B. dinner, tho handsomo home, the the foremost graduate of Boston Con- start, as their only catcher, Farris, Walker now lives,atone mile southwest or Kirksville, at 10 o'clock a. in. , sell to the highest servatory of Oratory. inarming company, all conspiring to had his thumb smashed iu the first inand best bidder, the D. B. Walker tract of make this a memorable ercasion. ning, but he never stopped. Hut for land, said to contain about Republican Convention. Those present were : Judge and Mrs. this Silver Creek would have Curtis F. Rurnam, Collector and Mrs. The Republican convention of the gloriously .defeated. Collins wasbeen in ra-T" hatted John Yerkes, Judge and Mrs. A. R. 18th Judicial District met at Win- hard. Arbuckle getting Gve hits, a total This farm has upon it a good brick Burnam, Governor and Mrs. McCrea-ry- . and frame Colonel and Mrs. C. D. Chenault, chester last Thursday. Squire Sam of ten bases,,one being a home run. residence, with good barn and outbuildings, under good fence, with rilenty of water, and Judge and Mrs. John C. Chenault, Reed, of this county, was chosen cultivation, in good Judge aud Mrs. Thomas Scott, Mr. chairman and E. E. Horine, oG Jessa Vinegar Bill followed'with eight bases. in a high state ofclose to good aschools quiet neighborhood, in H a and Bigger caught for Kichmond and is cnurcues, an i in three miles of two depots. and .Mrs. G. W. Prewitt, Dr. and Mrs. mine county, was secretary Any one wishing to look at said farm berore The strictly excellent. Harvey amused the Lloyd, Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas Phelps, day of sale, will call upon D B. Walker on the V Mrs. 15. H. Neale, Mrs. Ed. Hume, Miss delegates from all the counties were crowd for eight hours. Mr. kJ Hume Em- farm, or W P. Prewitt. at Kirksville. Minerva Park Phelps, Judge Embrv, instructed for Hon John Bennett, of TERMS bry set 'em up to a bushel of luscious balance in one, two cash January 1, 1898, the of Washington City, and Mr. W. R. Richmond, but a telegram from and three payments, with him tomatoes, - six per cent, interest until paid. P Shackelford. declining the nomination was re- appreciated.which were thoroughly apThe teams will ylay once ceived and the convention adjourned W. P. PREYITT, Agent. more, on C. U. campus next Saturday, aug25-4without making r. nomination either the proceeds to go to the Infirmary. Tor this ofilco or for Commonwealth's THE CHALLENGE. Chaniiy- - John. John K. K. Cha-ne- y Attorney. The matter was left in the Mr. W. S. Hume, captain of the BRIDGEFORD'S is and Miss Martha John, of Madi- hands of the Executive Committee Creeks, is challenged to a game Silver with son county, procured a marriage li- to make nominations if deemed adv my club on the C. U. canipu on Satur ECONOMIST RAN&E, cense hero Wednesday aud they re- visable. X day, Sept. IS; admission 2o cents, proI y turned to Edenton to have the JSTow is A Remarkable Character. ceeds to go to Infirmary. SEB THEM ! performed. Nicholassville C. S. Poweui, M'g'r. Tom McKinu, who works in Potts & EXAMINE THEM ! a Democrat. ACCEPTANCE. An Abscess Trustee's Sale! DEATHS. ware.-Jam- THERE MAY .13 jh two-thir- ! tes-Ge- o. Hi UAAJU Farm for Rent 9 IVwVl w i Ui Sarsaparilla fe aner-uiuuc- r THEM - 17, tr - An-bre- X280ACRESo B.J.CLKY, , X1XQ Money to Loan! 1 e ,2 in, feSS$ y - riiffa 'jEsIablishment Y--;. fc5N KlK' vSHJr 3 jji Qy TVvnU--fYis;-F'; IK LOCAL. f" , , - .M.-s- . TV-vi- Bucnanan ct P y not-high- kiersta ft WANT A. M. 69-- H 18-l- TEACH I. BLIC SALE! M jly21-2- m .iluty, hpim MifJJJ"Jywww"y -r- up-hi- ll Why! lOi- KCRES. S33IE Freeman Brothers are making such sweeping reduction the prices of I Oue-ha- lf MARRIED. w 'oors nd Shoes Is that their fall and winter stock about all in and the)r are compelled to make room for them. the time to get BARGAIN. i core-mon- Mr. Everett Berry and Mis3 Anna Schilling were united in marriage last Wednesday night, at the residence of Mrs. H. Zieman, Itev. J. Robert Boatman afliciatmg. The groom is one of the best known men about the city, was a popular police officer and has many friends. His wife is a most inlady and will dustrious business-lik- e make a kind good wife. May they live long and prosper. Dekuv-Sciiillixg. IF SO, The chanre in our firm neces sritates the disposal on very short notice of many lines of rood We Have Put- A price on them Come and look them over the quickly. that will move m Ifcyj C. P. BROWER&CO. tMntt.1v ..- Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. - Iffi 9&mrA - -- At r . from a pleasure tiip to New York. Bourbou News. There nre some timid young men in Winchester, One of them said to the Prowler of the Democrat: "There aro about thirty boys coins' to s?o girls in this town who have no inten tion of marrying them. They should break away and give the boys a chance who mean business." Mr Wm. Doolan, of Finchville, left Tuesday evening for the Washington and Leo University at Lexington, Nelson; Jno. Kenncy, Nicholasville; Va. Mr. Doolan will take a course preparatory to the 'study of law.. His James West, Danville ; Rev. Donnely, brother, Leonard, left the same day Georgetown. to attend the Theological Seminary at Rochester, New York. Shelby Sentinel. Messrs. T. P. Tfable and George T. Taylor, after a pleasant visit to relaHebndox. On Saturday, Sept. II, to tives and friends hero, returned to the wife of II. M. Herndon, a daughter. Argenta, 111., last Saturday. Mr. we heard its uncle, J. Noliie carries witn nun one of tho The Week before in the countrv, so I q W. Herndon, offer $1,500 in cash for tile best foxhounds says, and will make the prairies re- Mason triplets. He can now get $500 sound with his sweet inusip when he worth of pleasure out of musins his gets home. 3 c . new niece, who ig a beauty, Mr. Bnford Wood is getting ready Qmexault J. Stone Walker, Jr is to go South again for'.-thwinter to resume his oosItion.ihJ,he faculty of ilmnameof the little heir born to Mr. the .Georgia Scheolf53rcImology, a'tj RodMT. D,ChMUl't, Jr., and J. H. Fulmnan have returned theii .loney-inoaat the Nashville Cen'e mial. The groom is one of the best men in the Revenue seivico, whilst his'brido is a popular young lady of Ixjxingtou, as evidenced by the handsomo presents given. The ceremony was performed at 8 a. m , with High Mass by Father Berry, assisted by Father Haley. The ushers were: John McKenna, Richard Garland, John McElroy, Lexington; Jos Schafhausen, Ed. Rice, Richmond, and W. L, Voorhies, Salvisa. Among those present were: Misses Lydia and Annie McKee, Jennie Mason, Josephine Schmidt, Mr. aud Mis. John Donelson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Powers, Hume Embry, O. C. McWil- liams, Captain John Feeny, David Powers, J. Tf Jackson, of Madison county; Stove Walker, Garrard; J.J. Brooks, Cynthiana ; Hugh Scott, Camp ii Richard J. McKee, son of Owen McKee, of this ci;y. was united in marriage yesterday In Lexington to Miss Rose Mc rem a. and they are now spending McKke-MoKknxa. Mr. Duerson's mill, at Whites Station, is probably the most remarkable character in the comity. He is about 3o years old and never rode on a train in his life, never saw one until he moved from Big Hill a few yesrs ago, never was in a court house, never was out of the county farther than Big Hil!, and was in Richmond on show day for the first time in 14 years. McKinn sjys he was only noticed that day when commenting on some show bil's. and if people will pay no more attei on to a man than that who has not en to town for 14 years,, he thinks it II be a cold day when he is seen there ..gain. McKinn is a good citizen, a staunch Democrat, and a dear lover of moonshine liquor. THE my team is the rightful champion, I accept your challenge. W. S. Hujie, Capt. Believing A PURCHASE THEM I Piano Atlachmenl Which Imitates Seven M Instruments. Parents from a distance wishing their children to have the advantage of Mis. Tipton's excellent school on Broadway, luciiMiuiiu, ivy., can nun ooaru and home pretectioii at Mr. T. Ilamsev's eenian yros.5 Phoae, No. 21. I I 4 i LJ First Street, ffl ing a well near Edenton. Hume went into the well alone and was overcome by the deadly poison. John M. Warren, who was near by went to the well and hearing tho groans tried to rescue Hume but could hot get him out. Hume was from Garrard county, son of Chas Hume. Tho remains wero buried in Madison county Friday, and Saturday his widow and her four children went to the home of music reasonable. Miss Ramsey is also agent for a piano of highest grade, superior workmanship, beauty, and unexcelled sweetness ol Killed by Gas. tone. Piano also ha3 Joseph Hume, aged 32 years, lost his which can be operated in an attachment such a manner life Thursday of last week in clean- as to success-fullimitate seven different across the street. Miss Idaltamsey, a graduate in music, having been instructed by teachers of both Boston aud Cincinnati conservatories, will give lessons on the piano .at the same place. Terms for board and SOLD IN Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, 0a instruments: Mandolin, harp, guitar, banjo, etc. The attachment in to way afl'ects the construction of the piano, which can be used with or without it. Sold at low price for cash, or to reliable parties on installment plan hy the manufacturers, "Ving& Son. 44( 4S W. 13th Su, New York City They gh e guarantee, having had 25 a nine-yejuara experience, ami win Hinp 10 nearest depot free of charge on IX) days trial. anil return at tiieir expense it Old pianos and organs taken in part payment. Write them for cam iogue. Call and examine Miss Kamsey'B phino and you will find it to your ad vantage to buy of this firm. Parties preferring piano without attachments ', can have same at low er rates. ar unsan.'i-fnctor- y. BIRTHS. TMs. We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co.--, Trapa., Toledo!. Ho-w'- s J ii Bicyclc.rjoUl Welch, Diamond Kinz, or a bcHolarsr-.tm DiTUslion's rraclical Business College, KashviUe. Tean..ot Texarkana. Tex., or n schol. arship in most any ether reputable business col lege or uterary scnooi in me u. s. can dc secured by doing a little wort ct home for the Youths Advocate, an illustrated journal. Itiselevntincrtn character, moral ia tcne, and espedal!y,interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit bv people of all ages. Stories and other interestiug matter well illustrated. Sample copiscr!t Agents wanted. Aadress Youtns' Advocate free rub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. f Mention thispipcr.; p unit Y OOtlP r ITDf?? SIS RICHMOND. is . : t fens 1 lam. rr TT ,C T People H Kentucky Shoe Grain , WJW AT xmi Drills : p! sna? is i semi-month- ly and Superior Disc Grain Drills PS d! felril ?! auglS-l- y 0. CREAM J BAKING P0HD1R MOST PERFECT MAD pure Grape Cream, of Tartar Powder."'' Free' from Ammonia. Alum or inv niher sduiUnii A We tho undersigned, hive known H all business transactions and financially able o carrr out any obligation made by their firm. West &'"Truax, Wholesale DruKsists! Toledo, 0. Walding, Kinuan & Slarvint J. Cheney honorable in MADE ME A MAN BU "JH1T1YKLY CURE "vW r tntrm J). B. Shackelford & Co.' fl ( l2 K orT,Impotencr. HiMpleiaaem. mm mr?M etc, cmued e i" :W --St. . . v ( -- , ? iMiWl - Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. j Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, actiup directly upon the blood' ant?. mucous surfaces oTtliesjsieui. Price ,7oc per bottle; , Sold by ll.IruMg6, TeV 1 restore JLost Vitality in oldorjoamiaad u wu iw. mu i, uuuBrsSDrroani I ifcj itw vDsao3piRn i iUl 5 t inentaad electa a CTJBK where 11 other fall. ror- The wto written sraanmteo to 2ilI5?-Jl.- eEH ZX2La- ina cam fi?ft H ".?!?,-.ZSJZLr mall, iu p)an wrnover. nran mmm at itJTil-i- .: . Ill i Put your vheat in with one ' . jl iBfrrl !ate2H.'i5iS,.94..'S .,M r r " ""AJAXREMHDVCfi '"" "'- T "ImSZiSZSZ I fC40YJURSTHSTAlA!U. rf i- 'V'srS; .1 ? ' .'( - t'iMw , fl 5t-lli- s;j Bteauhm. t- For aUf ia Biduawetf, i - 'te- . .. '; i "In - ' SaJii " 1 'i pf these drills and increase your r3ll wield oiie third. si mil ISHUUI mm m - il5g53gglggliafi . .. . f I 5l few l1n4TilfiftiBali r&L v&aSc?-4- ' " if " c ' I "'m " '!! "I ilt 1 i ii' - - " . e... ' 1 iBHBlBHBBHHnHHBHHllHBHB -- -. vt:,WJps K James W. Smith, of West Main street, has invented a way of keeping cut watermelons. If a nielou is too WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 15, - - 1897. largo for the family, cut in two and place flat on a dish and pour Pure leaf lard 7c. at Gus Margo-lcn'- water in tho dish to exclude tho air. It answers admirably, and it will hours as fresh Everybody likes Hie '"Capital." keep for twenty-four- s as when just cut. l'or sale by K. L. Gentry. Kis Last Sermon. ' Six heavy tumblers for 25c at Margolen's. Gus Rev. Dr. G. W. Young preached his Tliermometer 99 G in the shade at last sermon at the Methodist church Mr. ono-ha- lf s. The Richmond Climax. To Keep Cul Watermelons. g. Teachers Association. will September 25, The Second Teachers Association be heldat I3ear Wallow, TR0GRAM. 1897: OPENING EXEHCISPS. ence, in session this week at Mt. Sterling. He is the best preacher the church has had in twenty years, is one of the best ministers ever iu Richmond, is a lovable, happy, hardJohn Donclson finds it a hard working christian and we need him. matter to keep a stock of vehicles. Fire At Waco. Only two new buggies unsold at During sen-iceat the Baptist Church at Waco last Friday evening, John Donelson's. Ten bars Good Luck soap for 25c. fire broke out in Miko Miller's house, closo by, and the big meeting adjournat Gus Margolen's. ed to the scene of tho conflagration. 45 cents per In spito of the heroic Masons fruit work of the dozen at Gus Margolen's. bucket brigade and other volunteers One pound can Mand "W. pine the house and most of its contents were destroyed. Loss $1,500 without apple 10 cents at G. Mnrgolen. insurance. The best line of boy's school suits to To The People. be had, all at popular prices. Coving&. Mitchell. ton I am a candidate for the office of has more good County Attorney of Madison. If electThe "Capital" ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall points than any other wagon. be, "equal and exact justice to all peoIt. L. Gentry, agent. ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall Fashion has reduced the legs of be my constant endeavor to secure a pru pants, but we have all kinds of pants for dent and economical administration of you. Covington & Mitchell. the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I Examine the "Capital" farm Grant E. Liiia. wagon and you will never buy any solicit your aid. buck-board" s Central University yesterday. s comA new stock of ing in at John Donelson's. Eight bars Lenox soap for 25c at Gus Margolen's. on Sunday, before leaving for Confer- other. It. L. Gektky, agent. Peyton-Lacke- E. D. Peyton, of West Lincoln, Honest made clothing for men and boys. Get our prices before buying. All and Miss Lena J. Lackey, daughter Covington & of lion. G. A. Lackey, of Stanford, we ask is a comparison. were quietly married at noon Friday Mitchell. at the residence of Elder J. S. Dr. W. W. liurgin. of this city, who pronounced the ceremony was elected Treasurer of the Blue in the presence of a few relatives and Grass Dental Society at Winchester friends of the contracting parties. last week. Attendants Mr. JoelTribble.of RichThe "Capital" wagon has a pat- mond, and Miss Lily Peyton, a niece ent scoop or shoveling board. of the groom, of Stanford. Danville It. L. Gkxtky, agent. Adcocate. Mr. Ken-dric- k. Owen McKc: Elizabeth Bennett died last in Business. eveningat seven o'clock, aged 82 last n The McKee Corner will Thursday. Funoral arrangements next Monday assume its old time busy Mrs. well-know- incomplete. Only one of the tiiree men got the buggy at Donelson's, but the other two left their orders for one each of the same kind. The first snow of the season will fall on October 23th, and promises to be very heavy. At least that is the prediction of Weather Prophet Aba Martin, the Winchester prophet. Lots of fun at Donelson's with three men trying to buy the same aspect, as the proprietor of a dry goods, gents furnishing and novelty store. Mr. Sam Biggerutafr, of the Red House locality, and two assistants will be in charge. The business will be conducted on first-clalines, everything bran new and up to date. Mr. McKee's reputation for fair dealing is well known, and his friends will be glad to give him support in his venture. ss Welcome Address Luther Todd Response J. D. Clark The Society of the Army of West VirEssay Miss Dora McWhorton Destiny of Our Country.. . O. C. Crooke ginia met at Columbus 0. Declamation Louis Sandline A Cnro For Bilious Colic Optional Miss Lou Gay Recource, Screven Co, Ga. I have Physiolosry Illustrated. J. W. Vanwinkle been subject to attacks of bilious colic Mensuration and how to Teach It, for several years. Chamberlain's Colic J. B. Harris Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the What should be done with Cuba? only sure relief. It acts like a charm. P. II Sullivan One dose of gives it relief when all othQualification of an American Citizen, er remedies fail G. D. Sharp. For . H. H Brock sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. Recitation Miss Lucy Hays sept-1-lThe Public Attitude toward the School, J. H. Chandler Fair weather and continued high temDeclamation Joseph Bicknell perature are predicted. Management of Disobedient Pupils, The man who stands idly by and sees J. P. Hubbard the life fading out of his wife's face, sees her health going, sees her becom-mi- ng nEIUTE old and faded and wrinkled when Ilcsohctl, That the Hiles law should be she should still be in the perfect enjov-meof vigorous, useful health, is either strengthened and vigorously enforced. Affirmative J. B. Moores and E. P. less than a man or else does not know of the one remedy which will bring hei Benton. hack to health and stcngth. Perliap-he- r Negative Jesse Cobb and P. H. Sullnihbanil cannot persuade her to g to her doctor, because she naturally livan. and ( losing Address . . . . J. E. Black. dreads the inevitable "examinati-ins''local treatments." He can persuade her, if she needs persuasion, to tako Dr. PierGold Ycrsus Life. ce's Favorite Prescription. This truly Menare at present risking their lives wonderful medicine has cured hundreds for gold. There is a stampede of eager, of women afier the best physicians have failed. willing martyrs to the inhospitiaole tested It has been in constant use and every day for thirty years. It isn't country of the Klondike. Many will an experiment, there are no chances perish from cold and hunger. Not one about it. It is a csitain cure for, all weakness, irregularities and quarter of the'people who go there will displacements of inturnal organs pecuever return. Not one-haof those who liar to women. 6ept-l-lr- a do return will return any richer than of miners' families may soon Evictions they weut. They will not only endanger their health, but their lives, for tho be attempted in the Jellico district. sake of gold. And yet everybody says Mako the Host of Yoursolf. that health is more precious than gold. It is tho duty of every man to make The thing which restoreshealth is, there- the mot of himself. Whatever his capfore, more precious than gold. acities may be. lie is sure to find some restores health, cures all torms of weak- place where he can be useful to himself ness, all forms and stages of catarrh, and to others But he cannot reach his highest usefulness without good health builds up brokendown constitutions, and he cannot have pood health without brings new life back to all those who pure blood. The blood circulates to everv have become prematurely old. The lat- organ and tissue and when it is pure, ricli and healthy it est and best book ever written on the system, but if carries healthit to the entire it is impure scatters dis subject of female diseases will be sent ease wherever it liows. Jiootis sarsap.ir-illai- s free to women only, for a short time. the one true blood purifier. Ii Address the Drug Manufactur- cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, dyspepsia and rheumatism because these ing Co., Columbus, Ohio. diseases have their origou in the blood sept-1-lForest fiera are doing an immense amount of damage in Wyoming, George W. Silsbp & Co., brokers, ut Washington, D. C, suspended Tho old man who looks out at a. .... Cure all liver ills, bilious- ness, headache, sour stem- 1 acli, indigestion, corntlpa- - W Won. Thejr act with. outpolnorjrrlpe. Sold bj all drnn-ittcents. The only 1111 Jo take with JJood'i Samparlll. Hood'sa C3 I r. FOUND. At W. G. White's drug store, a e. m mar- III velous enro for all kidney complaints, nervons exhaustion ami tciualo weakness sept-1-lIt is Foley's Kidney Cn-John W. Starks has purchased the dry goods store of Vernnon Price at Russell-vil- le Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Select Primary School at her home on Seventh st. the first Monday in September. Your patronage is solicled. June 30-t- f Daniel Roche, a leading Paris citizen, died Monday. Land 3 The Mrs. $$$W2W&?'& A&CZ 2. il For Sale. ..... .... m I have acres of good land situated oil. the Richmond and Otter Creek pike, two miles from Red House, that I wish to sell either as a whole or in two separate tracts, 75 acres in ono tract and 100 acres in tae other. It is all in cultivation under good fence, and improvements with plenty of water. Tho 75 ncre tract has a now house on it. further information apply to J. Ten's Cobb or myself. 175 Jane Hopkins' AIS Jf:W jPU MilfJvT m , t :v Y 1 c M ft Fr nt Jacob -- HuauEiA-- . nug-18-lm- o Ipr Bianu "TrnAJ Boy's Of t t I "j fc-f- l ANTED. TRUSTWORTHY A ND t ACTIVE gentlemen or ladies to travel for responsible, established house in Kentucky. Monthly, $6.O0 and expenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose self-adressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Company, Dept. W. Chicago, d Clothing. Pants i Perfection. The Busy Bee Cash septl 8-- v h i CITY TAX NOTICE. Perfect Fitting, Hold Fast Buttons. lf Your city taxes for year 1S97 havo been due since July 1. If not paid before November J, a penalty of ten per cent, will bo added. Please call and settle. J. L. BAXTER, City Collector. septS 2v FOB SALE. Two thoroughbred stallions. Elk wood ('Suburban winner), "Dunboyne," both winners. For particulars write to PETER POSTKLL, augll-2Hopkiiisville. Ky. m STORE Brand of Boy's Clothing. They have just received and put on sale an elegant line of school suits for fall and M W Elastic Waist Bands. Warranted Not to Has the exclusive sale of Mrs. Jane Hopkins' RIP. Double' Seat I Pe-ru-- Public Sale i 10 Land! KND Double Knee. SMz3Jl "iv: ih'sttZfiS- - winter. $0JL A New Line of Dark Per- ... 0t wfe ! Pe-ru-- Madisox Circuit Court. Jesse Ncwby's Heirs, - Plaintiffs,) vs. Notice Jesse Ncwby's Heirs, - Defendants. ) J1Y virtue of a Judgment ot the Madison Cir- cuit Court, rendered at the September Term thereof, 1S97, the undersigned Special Commissioner of the said court, will on Call and See Then)! EfSStiMw' the Cas Prcwilt On His Way to Klondyke. The Paris High School opened with 3SS pupils enrolled, against 200 la-year. The attendance this year will reach over 400. The Colored II1211 had 255 pupils enrolled. Wise men kuow it is folly to buy shoddy clothia;:. Come to us and we suits will tell you high grade at a very low price. ami Nothing like them iu town. Covington u is-hoall-wo- ol over-coa- ts Cas Prewitt, Jr., son of Mr. Clifton Prewitt is now in Alaska on his way to tho Klondyke gold region. He writes most encouraging letters home, and with his indomitable will and keen business foresight, is certain to be numbered among those Mho will win success in that region. He is accompanied by Charley Tayloi and they will journey together from Skagua to the gold fields. Winchester Democrat. far-awa- y E. V. Elder has put in at an expense of $:00 an automatic package carrier system which brings his store down to date. Purchases and cash are There was another death from yellow put in wire baskets, raised to the ceil- fever at Ocean Springs. ing and whirled back to the cashier 90 feet distant, where change is made, Don't bolt your food, it irritates your package wrapped, and the baskets stomach. Choose digestible food and and contents shot back to the custo- chew it. Indigestion is a dangerous sickmers. The system saves time and ness. Proper care prevents it. Shaker enables clerks to wait on more custo- Digestive Ordial cures it. That is tho feeling, we do not preFor that tired mers than the old wav. long and short of indigestion. Now, scribe, but for that chilly feeling that the question is: Have yon got indigesIt Church Greatly Revived. will come with fall and winter, one of our tion? Yes, if you have pain or discomsuits, high grade at $S will Sack The protracted meeting at Bethle- fort after eating, headache, dizziness, cure the cold at once. Nothing like hem, conducted by Elders Lloyd and nausea, offensive breath, heartburn, them. Covington & Mitchell. McGarvoy closed Friday night. The weakness, fever, jaundice, flatuUniversity Mrs. A. meeting was highly profitable in lence, loss of appetite, irritability, conAtKentucky have said that their children would have B. B. MILLION, R. Bourne formerly of Madison In- every way and the church was greatly stipation, etc. Yes, you have indiges- died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough revived. It is a matter of regret to tion. To cure it, take Shaker Digestive Special Commissioner. to the stitute, has been Remedy had not been given. Kellam Also at the same time and place as AdminisHistory. She ar- many 4 that the meeting was closed Cordial. The medicinal herbs and plants & new Chair of Civil I will proceed to Ourren. The 25 aud 50 cent sizes for trator of Jesse Newby, dee'd.,property: About sell the following personal rived Friday from Europe where she sooner than intended, but illness of which Shaker Digestive Cordial is com- sale, dy W G. White Richmond Ky. S'l bushels of seed wheat and a lot of seed rye, in the family of Elder Lloyd posed, help to digest the food in your also one mare mule. has been on a preparatory tour. H. B. Million, Special Com. at Richmond, necessitated this step. stomach; help to strengthen your J. Tevis Cobb, Atty. for Pl'ffs. and Admr. milk Twenty-fou- r Harvey Douglas has lost his December wheat at Chicago passed the additions were made to Wiieu your stomach is strong, cow, and wants her bad ! She is a red the church as a result of tho meeting. mark. care will keep it so. Shaker Digestive scrub, a little wild, 890 lbs., slit in one Tho Ladies. How Free Pikes Are Viewed. Cordial is for sale by druggists, price 10 or both ears. Reward for her return The pleasant effect and perfect safety to SI 00 per bottle. It The trade from our borders is drift- cents or inform Uion leading to her recovwith which ladies may use Svrup of Figs, ing away to Lancaster. Richmond. ery. Three prisoners broke jail at Franklin, under all conditions, makes it their favLexington, Versailles and Harrods-bur- led. Mr. G. E. Black, ot Red House, orite remedy. To get the true aud genWe are fenced in by toll gates. sold last Wednesday to different parAyer's Hair Vigor tones up tho weak uine article, look for the name of the Nicholasvillo Democrat. ties 85S ewes. W. A. Walton, of vessels and tis- California Fig Syrup Company, printed hairroots. It is said that bj reason of free sues whichstimulates the Maysville, getting SCO; Jonas Wiehl, All work done promptly and neatly. I work snpplv the hair with nutri- near the responsiable druggists. for myself and not for the Richmond Water & Paris, :if0; Bradford Brothers, North turnpikes ten thousand people went tion, stengthens the hair itself, lustrous, Light Co. Call for me at the Water & Gas Co. onice jas. j. McCarthy. Middlotovn,200; Adams, of Winches- to Richmond one day recently to at- and silky. The most popular and valuaLamentable reports of crops failure in septl5 U tend a circus. As tho circus com ble toilet preparation in the world. It ter. .. Ireland continue to pour in. pany which saved a healthy sum in Collector Yerkes is a very Mules araiu demand again. the way of toll carried out of the "My boy came hoine from school one e man and will follow the county the bulk of the money taken day w ith his hand badly lacerated and regulations as close as possiThe chronic grumbler still lives but ble, but somehow or other ho has in, which will never find its way there are less cases of chronic Indigestion bleeding, and suffering great pain." says back, the circumstance will hardly Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.' found r. way of putting fourteen Re- be claimed as one of the advantages and Dyspepsia than formeily. The fact Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the publicans into that many Democratic past have taken coming from the free turnpike sji-te- is so many people in the wound, and applied Chamberlain's Pain chairs in a powerful short time, Simmons Liver Regulator that they are Georgetown Times. Balm freely. All pain ceased, and in a Danville Advocate. now cured of these ills. And a great mulremaikably short time it healed without A Bean. titude are now taking Simons Liver Reg- leaving Mr. Charley Clay has shown to the a scar. For wounds' sprains, Mrs. Irvino T. Green sends us a ulator for the same troubles and they'll swellings and rheumatism, know of no Climax a chicken with four well develI is the best medicine." oped yellow legs. It is alive and appears specimen of beans grown in her gar- soon be cured. "It medicine or prescription equal to it. I Mrs. F. Tain Baltimore, Md. it considir it a household necessity." The If it den, iu this city, which is a lengthy as hearty as the rest of the broodi should live and a regular stock of this wonder. It measures 25 inches in Laneasti r wants a curfew ordinance. 25 and 59 cent sizes for sale by W. G. fioecies can be secured they would prove length in other words is as long as a White Richmond Ky. Eternal Vigilance quite an addition iu picnic times when man's arm. There are 17 beans in l, In Simpson county Floience Kay the hull. It is called the snake bean. Is the price of perfect health. Watch yellow legs-- 1 chickens are in demand. a colored girl, committed suicsde. carefully the first symptoms of impure Ono is a mess. Last week one looking through the For some vears a beau witli pods blood. Cure boils, pimples, humors and Jnst try a 10c. box of"Cascarets, the commodious ware room of S. I.. Midkiff. of great length has been grown in and scrofula by taking Hood's Sareapar- finest liver aud bowel regulator over on Third street would have concluded this vicinity as a matter of curosity, illa. Drive away the pains and aches of mayl-lmade. he intended to quit business. He had says tho Mt Sterling rheumatism, malaria and stomach troubIs a good thing to apply in Madisonville is aain agitating the sold nearly all of his buggies and bawhich saw a patcli of them in T. les steadj your nerves and overcome the House. and you W. Parsons' garden and at qupsMon. rouches. But go there his request that tired feeling by taking the same will 6ee a full room of the nicest and Mr. Parsons gave him several of the great medicine. Don't Tobacco Spit and Btooie Tour Life Away. cheapest buggies ever brought to this pods which aro now on exhibition at If you want to quit tobacco usinsr easily The possibilities of paint and forever, bo made well, strong, mueuetic, market. Hood's Pills are tho bestlamyy catharthis oiflce. Some of them aro over full or new life and vigor, tuko for both ornamentation and men tuat makes tho If you need anything in granite 30 inches in length, and these were tic and liver tonic Gentle, reliable, strong. Many Kai" ten pounds inweakdays. preservation are unlimited. ten Margolen. He lias not the largest, that grew in Mr. P.Js sure. , ware go to Gus It of yoar Over 400,00il cured. Buy Painting is also a delightful druegist, under guarantee to cure, COo or just received a new line which ho garden. In tho absence of a name we Sorghum is bringing betteer prices tl.liO. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. recreation to those of artistic will sell at the following JIow prices: have christened them the ''Ethan than for many years. Sterlinj- - Kemeay uo., jnicaeo or m o w x or. tastes. Granite dish pans 35c, tea kettles 15c, Spike." Geo. Pparks was killed by an excur plates 5c coHee pots (three sizes) 25c, The confidence of the people in Hood's Says She is a Prodigy. po ringers 10, 20, and 30c, sauce pans Sarsapaiilla is due to its unequalled rec- sion train near Stanford. headquarters for Painter's The Lexington Argonaut of Septem- ord of wonderful cures. Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and Is 20c, wash pans 15c. Come early and It 5th, says: Lexington has had within weaken or gripe. Supplies and everything used ber bowels. Never sicken, get your choice. Natural gas was struck on Collett'f. 10c. in the "world of art. mavl-lher gates for the past two weeks an inMother Kills Her Child. Creek, near Ashland. Mark you, don't forpet tlint nil of our fant muMcal prodigy in tho person of Sam Jones goes tollenflereon from the 10 cent wall paper lias breo reduced lo of Richard Miss Ollie Pigg. of Richmond, whose The infant dan;-hte- r Constipation can often be prevented by We furnish 10 FIVE AValters was accidentally shot and performances on the cornet are simply giving early attention to a cold, whether East October 17 for a week. . c'iit wallCENTS. paper with U inch border, instantly killed at Spout Springs, Estill wonderful. Miss Olhe is only nine years slight or severe. A cold quickly" disaphunjj on walls. and Kczcma. Tetter, ltoom 10x14 county, Tuesday, by her mother care- old, hut the way she plays a cornet turns pears when Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is $2 75 itching and Bmartin-- j inci- Kooni 12x14 The intense ? 00 " lessly handling an old gun. manv an older head green with envy. taken. It dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Room 14x16 3 50 only four Eye and She lias been taking lessons "We make "Window Shades and PictMasonic Gathering at Berea. Yellow fever in Cuba is slightly on the by applying Chamberlain'B bad jascs Skin Ointment. Many very difficult ure Frames, all sizes and kinds See our increase. The Free Masons and Odd Fellows months, yet she plays the most have been permanently cored by it. It line of picture and room mouldings. pieces witli great ease. Several musical ia equallv efficient for itching piles and had a gathering at tho Berea Lodge GEO, W. WILGMG. have Word comes from all quarters that the a favorite remedy for eoro nipples; Saturday evening and enjoyed a big critics of this citv say heard Miss Ollie 209 West Maiu Street, that she is a won- neatest and most satisfactory dye for col chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites ' ice cream supper which was free for play and lliey all septl-ly- r der and if Bhe continues a bright future oring the beard a brown or black is Buck and chrome sore eyes. 5 cts. per doi. all. Masons wives, mothers, sisters, ingham's Dyo for tho Whiskers. It Dr. Catlj's Conditio. Powders, are aud daughters, all were there from is in store for her. An Argonaut reporter had tho pleasevery place and everywhere. Vast gold fields have been discovered just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and ure last night of listening to several te Venezuela. vermifuge. They are not food but Arrested For Horse Stealing and House lections played by Miss Pigg and was in in use to put a Breaking. delighted. Slio is truly a remarkahle There is nothing to prevent anyone medicine and the best horse in prime condition. Price 25 - 3ent3 per package. Elzie Uroaddus, aged 14 years, and child. An assemblage of friendR gather- concocting a mixture amLcallingit "sarof jand, J 2 acres of Real Cosby, aged 18, both colored, ed at tho resilience of Col. W. B. Wjlker-so- n saparilla," and there is nothing' to preis The Hendersom Jb"air promises to be as which pooiiilsstchws river bottom land, dwelling house arid stable were landed In jail Monday evening with last night to hear her play and to bid vent anyone spending good money testgood asany ever held there. quarter mite from thrown infQti by Constable Thos. Jones, being her good-byas, she with iher sister, ing the stufT; but prudent people, who "VTiibn bilious or costlyfeat a Cascsret,v Shearar'B tWiiter Uok.v.oH, Otfer Crefk; She wish to be sure of their remedy; take onloaves for homello-dajt barged with stealing a horse aud Mis Bertha, call I'orJfurM cure KUflTanttiod, 10, 255. - - - . l breaklug into the store of H. C. Car. and her etsterateo play most.' beautifully ly Ayer's Sarsarxmlla, and so get cured. "J- - B 'GRIMB8. .. ' It J peuter, at "Valley View. For,Ky, .. on the pwso. 3 , P Newby-Tur-ner & Mitchelh Railroad At Elder's. Our display of men's pantaloons is treat. We will fit both person and pocket-booCovington & Mitchell. The Slst anniversary of the Rev. John G. Fee, founder of Berca College, was appropriately celebrated at feecond Christ church, Berea, Thursday night in the presence ot an immense crowd. world with clear and healthy eyes cannot help feeling great gratification at the thought that his children have inherited from him no weakness nor tendency to disease. The healthy old man is the man who has thoughout his life kept his digestion good and his blood pure. Not one in a tiiousand does do it. Germs go through the healthy body without-effect- . Let them once find lodgment or let them find a weak spot, they will develop by the million and the blood will he full of them. Instead of giving strength to the tissues, it will force upon them inuutri lions matter, and the man who will lose Hesh and the more susceptible he is to disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is the only medicine that absolutely and infallibly cures all blood diseases, and almost all diseases are blood diseases. It isn't medicine for some one particular disease. It is a medicine for the whole body. It forces out all of the germs of disease, and replaces impurities with rich, red blood. It ed Dangerous Drinking "Water. Death lurks in impure water It breeds diseases, often in epidemic form. The first symptom is looseness of the bowels. These diseases are checked by taking Foley's Colic Cure. AV. G. White cales, Pretty Thursday, 1837. Septembor 30, a.m. and 4 Suitings week. Ducks and Lad just opened this all-wo- ol lan-gou- r, following described tracts of land lying and being in Madison county, Ky. : Richmond, Ky. 1st. The place known as the Jesse New'oy home place lying on the Tate's Creek pike 5j miles Alexander College at Buksvillc has Sl-- i from Richmond, Ky., containing 119 acres, more or lcs3, said land has a splenopened for the fall session. did residence thereon, with excellent barn, good orchard, all necessary all Erer-fbod- y fences in good condition, all of the said land Says So. first and Cascarets Csnih Cathartic, the most won being of the beingqualitygrass.in a high state of all in derful medical discocrvof the age. peas cultivation, another tract of land containing 2nd. Also ant and refreshing to the tasie, act pentlj 27 acres, more or less, and is know n as n and positively on kiilnp'-'!- . liver r.nd liowcls the tract of land, said land is clcanslnt the entire sst. m. dispel colds situated on the It. N. I. & U. R. R. and adjoins euro headache, fever, lia'uilual totistipation the land of Sid Kanatzar on the north. Bud Kamtzar on the west. Maple Grove Turnpike and biliousness. PJpase bur and trv a box on the south This is a splendid piece of land, of C. C. C. (), 25, so cents, h'old and is in a fine state of cultivation and has good guaranteed to cure by all druggists. fences on it 3rd. Also another tract of tract of land conBonfield, 111., Aug. 14, 1895. taining 32 acres, more or less, and known as the Newby-Kelle- y "I am subject to Cramps and Colic, Branch, being land, situated on Honest Run abont mile from the Tate's turnpike. and have used many remedies, but find Creek comfortable Said land is of good quality, has a dwelling house on it, good Foley's Colic Cure beats them all. W. fences and abundance of never failing water. 4th. Another tract of containing 56" L. Ykatks." W. G. While Richmond, acres, more or less, knownland the as land on the waters of Tate's Creek and sept-1-lKy. lying along the Tate's Creek pike about 5l, in grass and Hamilton McBride is believed to have miles from Richmond, Ky., being of good cultiunder a good fence and in a state vation. been drowned at Owensboro. 6th. Another tract of land containing 1164 acres, more or less, known as the John Newby A Eoushold Nceeoasitr. tract lying on Stony Fork and the Kentucky two No family should be without Foley's river, having well comfortable dwelling houses thereon, is timbered and produces good corn and wheat. Said land will be sold as a Colic Cure, for all bowel complaints. whole or in parcels to suit purchasers, if it be W. G. White Richmond, Ky. found that it will bring more money sold in parcels. sppt-1-lTERMS All of said land will be sold to the d highest and best bidder, of the purn R. G. Potter, one of the chase money to be due and payable in six (61 months, in twelve (12) months, and citizens of Bowling Green, is dead. d the remaining in eighteen (18) months, all of the purchase money bearing 6 Saves tao Croupy Children per cent, from date of sale, the purchaser or to execute bond to the said Special have a splendid sale Seaview, Vi.-ommissioner for the said purchase money on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and with good security, said bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment with liens on the our customers coming from far and near, land for unpaid-- purchase money. Possession will be giver ' all the said lands on the 1st speak of it in the highest terms. Many day January, 1898. Newby-Holraa- at the Jesse Newby home place on the waters of Tate's Creek in Madison county, Ky. , 5S miles from Richmond, Ky., proceed to sell the between the hours of p.m., Look for our Fall Announcement, we have some good ISj3 JjSV lI M alCj 1 v &-- JB k things for our customers this season. Make a note of this and watch for the announcement. Resnt., x- $ -- f W.D. OLDHAfl COMPANY t m i' m best-know- one-thir- one-thir- d one-thir- We White STRENG 'S &.. GREAT D- -S Gibson KLEADERS E SALE ? Is now on. Our Xew Departure is meeting with the approv- Wfc' 11 14 tran-,ferre- d al of a generous public. Same price to every one and CASH in everv instance. three-year-o- ld sept-1-l- m Btom-ac- h. 2 OTICE the rare bargains wo aro offering for 97-ce- nt jas. j. McCarthy, Practical Plumber g. and Gas Fitter. sept-1-l- m In Lsidles9 Fine Goods0 sla Men & Boys... A suit that suits is worth having. There's so much instrinsic worth of ready-mad- e clothing that one is indeed fortunate to light on a genuine bargain. Appearances are deceptive, but there's nothing false in our suits. The sale on now is to decrease stock and they must go. Xo reserve. Genuine JJargains Suits at $3.50, $100, $5.00, $GOO,S7oO. Can't be duplicated for twice the money other places. -- law-abidi- civil-servic- Art Preserative THE con-sideri- n'. .?Slfe The East Is BBlHiflil ,i v r, ." CZ-- A of Straw 25-inc- h Our Market. In a city is queer. But we're cutting Staw Hats and the harvest is here a Harvest of Bargains in all iizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. scpt-1-l- Kan-dal- e y Sentinel-Democr- at water- to-la- y -works BEAUTIFUL. wonder-worke- r, 1 Men's 1 tb $ r b-B G Working 3 ...OUR STORE... 63 Sir . I rmisz ISBi A peo- rvj-- c Thoro are shoe stores which keep one or two of r the shoes we have, but there are none that keeps the variety in foot wear w.ncn niaKe.s our establishment tho p. mecca for all who are looking for flf and excellence of quality and See our $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2. Shoes 25 that other shoe stoi ea are asking 25 per cent, more money v?';uffif'-v,,II mmxims? urx y''airttt. niRt iuTEJ:'- ijU v''iilVVA'""- - Shoes In Every Stylcr At one price to all alike. wok-manshi- What's Your Need? choice, "111 take the neck ? 5 1ENTM Eg M t ik The Greate st Bargains ever offered to the !i0n county. Pe f or nothing said the collar to the cuff." "Well, I'll beelose to hand," replied the cuff, and Lfep -- fh y rTAi sw Salt-Rheu- ... -- Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. i&:J Men's Shires SO cents. p$S Ladies' Shoes 80 cents. A ... rTvi J.1 "Rooiifivnl T.ino vj. wii..&www from 3 fn ov wV QT( XJIbUUli.l JUiiiXW Good Brqvrn Cotton 3 cents a yard. jgrt f&i Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. z& Ladies' Sailors irom 5 cents to $1. rv Yf. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. I .id Look at: tnese nnces:worth $S.OO Men's Suits for $2.50 v x .- .w-- so they were satisfied. That's the way with our customers, no matter "what their fancy may dictate, we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Necl.-weand Shirts of every dscription and at prices that can't be reached by others. ar -- For Sale ! es 2 Forty-threeracr- Bargains Now! Bargains Forever! 11 ffHB UEW YORK STORE rags i -- For Good Values at low Prices See 13 Hi e, r. candy-cathartic- , " wj-HS-S- irtlrg v .- i . - - i Trwa,Kk!n.&Son'pid9iaB4f'.BichBK)adr TVt t , Ky. -- , 41 , - ; j j;. y The Richmond Climax. KENTUCKY NEWS. CAUFIELD OUSTED. Hot Wont. fletmn ll,.i, .!. Mutiny ault Allnrilr IJrnfl.lt KitA.MSKour, Ky.. vtu to. a trntu. in the Unini of ituhuitf tii.i. iii-i-r after- noon wliilr tlit '.vm- - of C, I ( .utlii-lil- . Tba Latest News Prom All Parts of tha Commonwealth. FrtAMx-poitT- , r.i It is Thought fcy Many , tlor. YOUR WATCH rS?L flirjrt A tucky railroad commission the Chesapeake V. illiiu guilty of violating Scctioti CiitiNtitutton e tin liy., Sept. is. Tito ilcr-ulv- Ken- in freight rates Tin- - rotiiiilnlitl tnatit Jiy lireen Meek, of JiiIiumju county, uml llii-r- tin-- leu or inintMiu-ila- r i- ts 215 ot tlie In illMTliuiiuUmu nulr-w-l that """I" in, ci.-r- k ot u,e K.i,iyvi.e " pc..it.-..i,,- , a Tin- - Con.i.i,.,v,i. ('iiiiih-iii.s . i'onipliiiiit.s filial from tin- - same, county. The penalty for Mich .in "lifeline - SU.IXXi for the lirM tiHVtiM-- . iuil U11 coininissiou li:u the uttoi-nc- y to brtn"; suit to Reni-ni- l the penalty. " clirt-c-U.a-un- is a most delicate mechanism. It needs attention. It pays to have a good watch first of all. Then it pays to keep it in perfect order. A watch needs cleaning every six months as much as does your face every day. Its pores get clogged. "Wo are expert repairers. A Fine Watch cost three times as much, twenty years ago, as it does now. Machinery has reduced the expense of making. We have some very fine, solid gold watches, of the best makes, for iow prices. Delighted to show them to you and to talk watch to you. I hao a full stock of everything in the jewelry lino that we are offering you at big bargains. We are clearing out our ladies belts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. D. P. ARMER, jeoO-i- y The Main St. Jeweler. Wili.ummiibn. Ky.Supt. 1:: -- While a Nirrn onip ;j:iiii v.is in iiii;rc.v luTt', Hit altcroutioii nnisv tio particiisunts, Kujj-nliir anil Clyi, Williams. Itis saul lliUt L.m mmiti-I- j kick ci t Williams Ills biiillicr Ai-thurwas inforiued of tin- - lrair lit- appcan-i- l on the scene ami lirvii .it linn then tlircc times i it Innit cITcct. shol at Williams, tui. h.ilN taldnn effect, one lielow the heart ami one in the arm. I he ilnetors piouiniiice t lie woiinils faUil. Lair is in jail. Mm! lriiiii Aitiliili , Ky.. Sept. in - John A. Akennon uas:,liot fiom ainhiihh Sntui-fla-ur Kutnl C'r Cmiii lluwr I .l.M'K'-o.v- ' j y Akennon is a iiiemlx-- r of llm Callahan faction, ami it is tlm.ilit that fiesh ! trouhle will Louie upfivei thuallau of Saturday niKht Them is eonsideiable lias Mir aunriig ImiIIi f;u tion.s, mnl if there is not limit: bloodshed it will ie a mil acid Typtiolil Ktr. uepi-demie I'AiNlHVtt.l.K, Ky.. Sept. I" of typhoid fever is racing in this county All the physicians mo husj. riding day and night. In some Kplilrmlr f -A- night mill ts lint evpeeleil tfi lie ' or Ationiey u.e vo:..t M..I., Taylor. rliili'V aiil Amlltor htonc. wltli i:.i ' u.a.11... an.i im.nr,, i ho 1 heiu voting in had boon sonic Uvi ly npai riii;; In the meeting and when the vwt a. is finish-- ! oil, lion S O. Mnlloy, ntloinev for1 t'autiehl, started it afrcah liy deel.ti lug th.it the proceedings hy which t'auliehl hud Ik'oii ivmoved were thr must In- - had over witucsMil. lie was proceeding to talk excitedly in this strain when A 11011103 'nor.il Taylor inlort upt-- d him. saying that if the remarks ucie imputi-- lo him their author was "an infamous liar " Other hot worrit passed and a t'e;lit soouicil imiulnoiil till tiov. lr.ut- ley' stepped in ami called the liolligeront.s lo oider. Warden Happy is understood to h.itc instigated the fight against ('.tiilicld, and llic .il- came near an the lie I'liios-- . passed I wnii them Cililu-lflay afternoon iustitut'-.suit In the Kraukliit ein ititi 0111 1 ol.iimiu,- the sal ary Jur three mouths during ivhi-.l- i he oust.-.- i Thurxluy bcii in.incr of i.y tint iHMni ufiiriion - u t'uniuiii rn.Kiviii ii.ii ii.-a-- j izlien the Creator said to woman Louisvii.i.e, Ky., Sept. 7. Labor day "in sorrovr sitalt thou brine forth races a curse was pro-- u sueces.satasFountain Ferry were, a great has furnished two victims to tho yelchildren," that the events nounCed,butthe joy felt by every tested and two amateur were hotlv con- low fever epidemic in Mississippi. world's records Miss Lulu Alfrlend died there a wciik presses to went by the board. when she first ago, and her remains were shippsd b.er heart her babe, proves the The principal contest wns a pursuit here for burial under a certificate statcontrary. team race, preferential for five miles. ing that she died from dengue fever. I Danger and suffering lurk in The entries were, made up of two Shows that yellow Investigation , AT LOUISVILLE. The Labor Day Race Were Hotly C'ontnt-ent Fonntuln Krrry Furlb LOUISVILLE d UNEASY. Kentnrky Victims of the Yellow Fever In tho South Shipped to the City. IjOUisvnXK, Ky., Sept. 8. Louisville WKEEP YOUR .rat the pathway of the Expectant Hotter, and should be avoided, -- 1 e when the hope of her heart is to be realized, in fult vigor and strength. tha. the hQur "Mother's Friend" so relaxes out-rugeo- the system that thd natural and necessary.. change takes place d without Hausea ..Headache, Gloomy Hervous or Foreboding and at the trying hour makes Child-birt- h easy, as so many happy mothers have experienced, nothing but "Mother's Friend" does this. Don't be deceived. 1 alt-re.iti- on, g Ik-- d - Ih'CII deposed. TATE. In An lnniittinro fiiiiliii)'i, At-n- l fill f mil in E Kl.,Mt ti .1 l II W 1 1 Kit three meinhers if the Millie family havis died ilhin .1 few days of each ol her It seem . that the doctors are iinahle In toiiliol the made of petition-- , which have dread disoa.siv. piosoiited to the present ami former governors, asking a pardon for Tale. rrii.tlii'r W siii.soion. I" Pensions The defendants will rely on this as Sept eviiloiu-lo show that Tale's family lieon j'l'intetl to lolloivinj; liae Business; . Educate !i:ul j lends, nt li list up lo a eu Ot igui.il - Thom.i Jt PHONOGRAPHY, ago.diclioiod hint still alive. FOR A Uesloi.il ion irtJJJois Cleek. Tin- iHiliev hclll the Mutual IteneSituation. sue Miner Smith ih 1.0.1st tl ltnisvifle lit was unlike the others, uml priii'lilc. Jliorvstso Wni I. Noy 111:111, Nrnj-n- l. Telegrapny l'oster Sellris, Kane ITelssne .i.nl that, should the policy untitle af'er Tsilo's death the proceeds go 10 hit and Inciease 1Z.I) lining, Tmiksh family, hut should lie lie still living It lalierl) liirittr This s'lould lo payable to himself. r eOPTWGMTEntV A Sept. it! K3 I.iiii:ii. polic matures next year. I' 1:01k (nlloll Add WILBUR R. SMITH, posse of illieoi.s , allei and ISeoigf Onoy liaigeri llh nImhiI-inShort Ttil o f'r! LEXINCTON, KY., A plan i.s ami killing loloi Whitelev. 0)eil l.oftsvil l.K, Ky., Sept, For circnl&r of bis f anions and responsible N.lliey on foot for the consolidation of four f if IT. of M.ljMilllll eoilllty. Miss COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY hilclc, .1 tiiisiii of Hie niMiileied the largest tohaecowaiehousesin lniis-vill- e Awarded Metfcl at World' Exposition. man t.is sli k mill a gun and I'.nll They include the K.igle. Cuter-prisKrfrro to tbonunds of rradustes in rxmHinns Coat of Fall Buiinru Coarse, including Tuiiiijuit ! Otven uml ihetJiecn l!i-- i tion, Book and Board in family, aliont The consolidation is ioh.ihlv tlrltrr I'rliis ftir l.llel. and Telegraphy , Specialties. Shorthand, Toi mum. Ky . Sept IS There li.i I'otitcuiplntcil to reduce e.peus.-s- , .., JKSThr Krntnckr Umrrnutjr Diploma, under irl, awarded cradnatt Litrrary Course free, if ilrslred. a gieat iein.ll In the tiaile owing to the short I ili.noo mp, tlie Enter now Graduate (ncwsjful. .oTaealion. t few aeUs nniulr of warchiiusi- - m l.ouis il'- -. In order to hart tftntr letim reach Nf, addret mlym in this m'i'Iiiiii in the WILBUR R.SMITH. LEXINGTON.KY. Setci.it Ininili eil lie. nl i.isviil ihioiiih renders the liusiiuvss prohtalile houtiil tin tin li!iieii ass m,f. than iu gool years. au;15-6I : eiHnl priie kit. aiim s are iT.iliiiii . t III Stiiuit fur ftnlit t for at tie and j ear ling ninli- eolls II ill l I.otnsi It i.K, Ky , Sept, II..1.II.-.- I .lt?il,. St ilesSonator Lindsay is in the city in "I he liist I K . Sept l"t conference with Sccretaiy I'aiinll, of Li n the gold ilciuocriilie committee. Sent toll". lie 011 the Wim hesli l'tank t'oyh- - iln- l, roliU d of &! t.ir l.iitdsay vvill go tin the slump r lliem thinks the ioIiIm-ithe gold dcinoeralie ticket. ihi- - house Indole it s. Iis in .is hs(l tan, of Agriculture M01 ton has w for the night n that lie will come to Kentucky ami 'I ,.!. ..i.l In l: illi f'.omi, in ike a iinmher of sceehes. le Ky , Sept !' (luisf.sv lheeil t k. in of the Treasury Carlisle will i il hi ciMini it .if this place has ill . -- ak sj ir tyjihonl .mil IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE epidemie taken lo pill leei. thingslcp.t Cla'mi HWi- ril. Im'I'Ii III have etei V IIowi.imi tllJKKX, Ky., Sept. 10. good sanitary ootid In 01 Kvans has lironglit suit for SlTi.tKll flin-- e been thoroughly tested by tittilr. THIS washer has and MadiMin countr famiagainst the - and X. lLtilro.nl comKichniond M11101 Iti'i.o. Kv .Sept i:i lo without a rival for efflies, and stands pany, lie alleges in his petition that, shot null killed Itemy llitliehl sifu-- r ho hail cheapness. worth iciency, simplicity, durability and severed liis connection Thousands of ladies in all parts of the country Hi .1 til of jealous i.ige 11e.11 lonesi ille. d are using this maschinc, and declare it to be the love with M.hj Kcigusoii. with the company in Ihlt, he was Iloth ni'tr only washer that has roliccd them from liy .said company, which predrudgery of wash day. vented him from obtaining work on Lll.KJUKALANI We will sell it with the posiotlim roads and earning a living. , s. t III tive guarantee that it will Al.- - Hi Sun r.im s an . William SI - Hi llUn.i.tisl. give satisfaction, or the li:srisco .Vit. it Kx Queen Lkxingtov. Ky., Sept lu.The l.illoiik.il.iui, .if Hawaii, tin il in till city ronncil Thursday ntglit dismoney will be refunded. l missed William Slcnth from the olliir ell, Ir. the 0:1 .1 I'llilt) iil;;Iit five years, and E ery washer is warranted for lie heie lor .nine tune, ami tvill of siipcriiiU-ndcn- t of public works 011 if anv part Rites out within that time, we will replace it free of charge. the miim-.liot tin Ihi the statement of the mayor, that his she orders were not hcing osceulcd in a of liei visit. ,hieh it is Richmond. Kv., July 5, 1897 I have purchashed a "Busy Bee" Washer balisfactory manner hy the supciiu-t-nden- t tntcuds to make lo Honolulu from Mr. B I. Langford, and my wife gave it 11. II Walker was elceled to It l 11111I01 s'imm! tli.il tic li.'- - o.iiiic a trial and is much pleased. It does the work perfectly and is not tiresome. nisi with the Into nl loo ! coiiililtiul t the vacancy. I1EV. J. W. HILL. Hie siilijoi oil int.' otlti lief ffii nils Umisliternr I'rtoit-- Kit The above is one of mauy testimonials re:inii-.i- l ion of ceived in this city. Among our references we olicr llgl:t against the I.fmmhov. Ky.Scpt. 10 Mrs t'has proprietors of The Climax, who lt.ian h) the I'lOleil il:ites She will refer to the have purchased washers and arc well pleased tills iciii.tiu tn.iwait the .11 Ival Ilowaiil. mother of Mrs O II .Morgan, with them of the I'lliness K.iiu.il.iu.i. her niece of this city, died Thursday moiiiiu Md.. at the adiamcil ago of S5.00 Remember the Price is Only, and the daughter of A :s I leglnn nc. is lo le.iv,- - Ktigl.iud lor iu. She was the only -- m ivin.; 0I0U The u For further particulars call on or address "The'ir-Spsngloi- ! this isuiuli y fin OcIolT ith next and of Francis Key. author of B. P. LANGFORD, limitor." will lc iluc in San I'lami-t- o ciifoule augll-SBox OS, Richmond, Ky. to tin isl.unl- - on tk IkIst :t Print Frtim rinitra. N. Y In M .O, llllll It llll I M.I. II S Wage Dr.NVHt. Col., Sept in l Noithetii nnl his wife have arrived in Denver, 1. Aijy.Sepl R. Aii011. liis l'on iisili'd lv .1 sm cs-- having diivcn from Kliuira, N. Y., I. if tliiiudci slot ins, ao'l .liy uioiiii- - since dune 10, last isl Mr Wage is 7i. t.tiu .tshes htii 1kimi ooiicrteil into years old and his wife Is ir Time Table No. 29. Taking Effect Sun-d. It. tti in r.iing li't ii'uls in younger. The trip eot S". including j. May 2, 1S9G. to I'rostiitt with lo.ngel the price of a new horse, lite animal loule r caught tlie with which they started having given when thc d Class. 1st Class. EAST BOU.VD. stieaui of tolf iMei'k. .iiul out iu Indiana. Jf. i Nof3 xo. 9 Ex Sun Ex bun'Ex San t itoivii theii team ami Imgv weie Cut Mi-- Do ill r lukis IIU 1.11k. li the rapid cm lent ll.u iii;;loii A. M. P.M. A.M. PltfJCMV. Ariv.. Sept tti Itenjainin 8 55 6 57 10 20 . lu-Versailles in catching the limits Zocckler. one of the most extensive 11 00 7 36 10 12 NiCholasTille ami satid Inmsidf. hut so 1. noihiug cattle dealers in the Miuthwest. killed 11 25 10 55 8 00 Valley View 11 20 11 40 8 13 Million lias Ikcii Mm ir hciiil ot ltiin or iho himself early Thursday morning by a. 11 58 11 48 8 30 Richmond. le.tm. and it ts supposed all arc pistol stint iuick- 01 tlie ear. P. M. P.M. lliisiness ill o tiled 12 50 12 13 Union reverses had depressed him fot a month 1 05 12 16 Moberlev. I w tntti sa ll,ii lltM t t,i past atltl his suicide is .ittrilmled to 12 30 Brassfield 2 00 I'littr Sll. Sept 13 The Itritish despondency. 12 35 2 15 Panola 1 05 20 3 Irvine Mcamcr INilyphemiis Iroiu Kokoli.iuta Will Jtrtiik All (Inutik to lutdo'i ha- - Iven il.im.igcil in a nil San KiiAjv.riFcn, i'al., Sept. 10 VesNo. 2 No. 4 No. 8lNo. 10 an island of Unlisiou near west bound. Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun i ited sea, according to a dispatch Just sels arriving from Alasl.-.- report that the salmon run in the north will lire.ilr A. M. j P. M. P. M. A. M received from the Islam! of iViitn 1 30 3 10 'I he aehmmer Inine Twenty soon of the orc oiV all previous roeoiiN. 1 55 4 28 Panola Premier arrived from tlu.il.tid.a with 4 40 2 00 drow tied Brassfield 5 10 . 2 11 Moberley 2.S00 barrels of salmon, and the ship 1. s,4lnii 5 15 2 17 Union 5 40 5 00 ept 13 '1 li.- - Climitiflc Eclipse got 10..W cises. 235 605 Richmond. Iimmis. 4 00 9 20 5 30 Million up (traplue liil New-- , nullnew-- , 4 15 5 57 6 31 Valley View The news by the steamer National ftom v.'uhr, giving on the latest 4 40 6 48 6 58 Nicholasville St. Michael's, cm rolioratos 8 35 5 30 . 7 55 Versailles ami City, from of Sp.oilsh rerci-es- . the details all that has leen said of Hit- - iopcct-o- f that the thi all concur A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. short rations in the gold diggings 01 ami that position of Spain All trains connect with Louisville Southern the upper river during the winter. of the .juitits .is bo I the trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O.&T. P. trains ligerents is possible Gas nt CatletUbar. to and from Cincinnati. CATi.ETTenuHG, Ky., Sept 9. A J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. lloikt-- r IttiilKln si... littW. II ADAMS, Superintendent, heavy flow of gas was struck here le., ta via. N Y . Sept II - llowaid ( i ife nuinlciri, Wednesday morning by the Florence lleitham. the Oil & Gas Co. This is the second well, - el.-- t titiHiUil lur i:i sciitcnceit lo isCOO blew and Ntcinliei I 500 only down about shot fceL Itabove lug the wet I. it high feet of water and at Anhion the derrick. a-- s Ik-c- u Ken-tuckiae :, as many the liuisville Iawyei. was hen- Thursday, and as counsel for the Mutual lleiicfit Co., of New Jersey, in tin- - suits of the Tale heirs to collect the insurance held on the life, of defaulting Tieasiirer James W. Tale, had topics - i.MiHiiir, Ky., Sept, 1U. tll. J.fJ. Ifodil, lrrnili. "Jlother'a Friend1 la tbo greatest remedy oyer put on the market,&nd all my customers prsiae it highly." Yf .H.Kixq & Co., Whitewright, Tex, Sontby Mall, on receipt of price,! 1 00 PEG BOTTIE. Book "To Expectant Mothers" mailed free, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA.GA. SOLO BT ALL DftUCOItTS. 25-- 24 BLOODY DUEL. Ceheadcd Almost In IIU Own House WhlU MBhtlnsr Knlvi--8 Used. we-k.- Type-Writi- - 111 - V fjr tG0 VV E Wi-s- i 1 1 g 111 -- e. f. w.nc-house- s. - 1 Ik-c- l.'o-- s w 1 - lt-in- rul-i- 11. ti-t- ia ate, deadly duel occurred late Wednes day night in a frame bouse-on 'West Jlrcadway, occupied liy Wal--I lace. W. Higbee. K. L. I)ovns and War -- ; W. Higlee, well known in laboi 11011 circles, became engaged in a qua I, the result of an old grudge. Mrs. l.bee was sitting in the parloi of the residence. They adjourned to an upstairs room to fight it out. llig-licwas armed with a razor and Downs had a pocket knife. They first clinched and fought each other all over the room. Tables were knocked ovr and glasses and pictures hroken. Finally the two men drew their weapons. Illgbee almost cut Downs" clothes into threads, but in the scuttle his throat was cut from car to ear. His head was almost severed from the body. Downs was arrested as he was coolly washing the blood from his hands, itanding by the side of his victim. Higboe leaves a wife and son. Downs is a single man. two-stor- y e r.oeisvn.i.K, Ky., Sept. 9. A desper- "Busy ta" Mr! 1 CAUFIELD Hut - s It 1 11- -t I Price, $5.00- 11 1 a'. I I I- 1 r-ir- to-d- ay hlack-lislo- 111 1 fr I.,-.- , C.mi-I- i Ss fr Ia.t-ingto- u 1111 Sin-wil- The state sinking fund commissioners were in bession Wednesday hearing the evidence against Clerk Caufield, of the Eddyville penitentiary, whom they are seeking to remove. Caufield was, removed once by order of the commissioners, but the court decided the removal was not legal because he did not have notice. The commissioners have given him notice this time, and he is here with his attorneys fighting against removal as best he can. The evidence in the case is not all in, and a decision will be reached by the commissioners Thursday. It is believed Caufield will be again removed, though Gov. llradley and Treasurer Iong arc expected to vote against it, unless Warden Happy is also removed. 9. Fkakfokt, Ky., Sept Seenm I.lkclj- Clerk 'Will lie Again Kemoveit. PROTESTS, That the Penitentiary and fever was the cause of her death. a.id It pleased the spectators, won- some uneasiness is now felt over the derfully. Scaton ond Davisworth fact that tne remains were brought gained steadily on their rivals, who here. Miss Alfriend was a daughter of started from the opposite side of the the late Col. Calin Alfriend. city ticket track, until at the end ot four miles agent of tlie L. St, X. in this citr. Scaton caught them at the tape. Time The- - other victim was Dr. Henry for the four miles, ten minutes, a local man, who went to Ocean Harry M. bidwell, of Covington, Ky., Springs, Miss., to attend the s cic. s lowered tlie amateur record for of a mile flying start, paced by BlR Falling 03 In Co il Tonnage. a quad. Time 1:10. against 1:11. Fiiaxkfort, Ivy., Sept. 8. State Mine IL W. Middendorf, of Louisville, Inspectar Stone's reports from the vabroke the amateur stand start record rious cOal producing counties in this: for a third of u mile unpaccd. Time state show a big decrease in the ton nage of coal, notwithstanding the stt ike :41 against :t2. has affected only one district. HopKim Trees lylitg. kins, the chief coal county, fell off 15,- VEitsAiiJ.rif, Ky., SepL 7. A strange 079 tons. lTnion is short 9,000 tons, phenomenon is reported from the counebster 7,000 tons and Hancock, Datry southwest of here in Woodford viess and McLean counties about an country. Lvery elm tree within a ra- equal amount of loss. l'utlcr and dius of many miles has died down to Christian have slightly increased, bin the roots this summer. Old trees, allrother counties show a big falling whose trunks are two and three feet in olL diameter, that have stood for 100 years, To Tkc the Veil. and young bushes and sapplings have Lkxixgtox, Ky., Hcpt. 8. Miss Lilalike perished. Other varieties oi trees in the same territory arc green lian Cromw ell, of this city, has gone to and vigorous, the elms alone being af- Lorretto convent to enter the novitiate, preparatory to taking the veil. Miss fected. Cromwell is a very handsome young Won the Itond Knee. woman and. has been quite popular Covixotox, Ky., SepL 7. After holdhere. She is a daughter of the late AV. ing the Kentucky bicycle championIt. Cromwell, who was killed near Philship for two years, Cliff C. Xadaud, the adelphia, on the Pennsylvania railro id, bicycle rider, Monday two years ago. surrendered the title to L20.,C. Lange-fel- t, Kentucky Methodist. one of the best, as well as youngIlAr.nouitsviij.K, Ky., Sept- - 8. The est, rideM in this section of the country. Mr. Langefeltwon tlu honor of meeting of the Kentucky annual conbeing styled champion of Kentucky ference of the Methodist Episcopal church opened here Tuesday morning, riders by ending first in Monday's llishop Mallnlien. of lloston, presiding. road race from Lexington to CovThe question of equal representation is ington. to come up at this sjh'.ion to be voted l.oy Killed In a ftuuavrny. upon, and there is much interest being Ky., SepL 11. Friday Paixtsvillk, morning, near Ilegina, Trig Dotson, manifested. .J. lit Delivery at I'dmontnn. aged 12, was instantly killed in a 0r.A.'0ow, Ky., Sept. S. William team was attacked by The Tat Forrest and Ed. .lones. all hornets and ran away, the boy being white, made their escape from the Metthrown from the wagon and crushed calfe count- - jail at I'dmonton. Thcj under the wheels. tunneled out beneath the lower floor W. at Lexington. Couiiurt or the Lkxixgtox, Ky., SepL 11. John C. I.lvery Stable Ilur.ieJ. Wilson, of this city, has been appointFkaxkfokt, Ky., Sept. S. The liverv ed local counsel for the L. A. W., vice stable, of A. (J. (lainc o:t Holmes C. O. Updike, resigned. Ho is a fast street, was destroyed I13-- 3re Tuesday racing man and enthusiastic wheelman. Loss, S2,."i00; insurance. SJ.000. Loss on horses and vehicle quartered there Kefimed to Indict Cratib. Kmixkxce, Ky., SepL IL The grand by other people, ?800; insurance, SJW. jury Friday refused to indict W. L. Chicago Lanjrrr Sulclilct. Crabb on charges preferred by the OldChicago, S pt 9. C. l Winkley. as ham bank. sistant counsel o' the Illinois Steel Co., committed suicide Wednesday morn no SONS OF VETERANS. by jumping from the third story of the The Farado Friday, Headed liy the Governhousa where he w as boardin '. or and IIU Staff. IxiiiAXArous, Ind., SepL 11. Although the selection of a commander-in-chie- f V "ffp-gj does not occur till Saturday, Sons of Veterans spent much of the their time Fridry in electioneering for their favorite candidates for that office. The present commander-in-chieJ. L. Hake, has announced- himself out of the race, and two other prospective candidates, Ncely, of Washington, and atillson, of Miehigon. failed to appear at the cncampmenL Those who will make the contest aie Darling, of I'atten, of Wisconsin; Dillcy, o Iowa, and Buckley, of Kentucky. The Kentucky band, of Itouisville. stool ouLside the capitol Friday morning and played Kentucky airs for Candidate lluckley, and later it went to the top of the soldiers' monument and played Darling's friends say the election o their man is assured and he is being introduced as the next commander-in-chieSeaton-Davisworth teams Homc-Thipre- o. $T w BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER L lle-mih- s, two-third- ' m 10c, A CURE CONSTIPATION CUl MEDICAL 2-- 5, 25c, 50c MOST rtflERITORlOUS Are your bowels Irregular? RiTt5cTRrvTi3 It ajc joe, nf PL- - a m VM ALL DRUCCISTS. DISCOVERY OF IE ML SstjO Too little? Then let Cascarefs regulate them. Cascarets will educate yojr bowels and make them act just right. Cascarets make weak towels strong, and keep them strong all the year round. Cascarets kill disease germs throughout the system, Too much? and prevent all summer complaints. Don't wait till you protect you! get sick, but let CASCARETS J2TA1I Dnsf cbts. or by mall for price, 10c. STERU.NO R&MEDY COMPANY, Clllcazo; Moatnal. Cm trw Yor. long-distanc- e a box. Sample zni booklet free AiUrcss 100-mi- le septl-l- y run-nwaj- -. Mc-Guir- FREE EDUCATIOi - 1 Cr I-- A. An educ.it ion at llarv.inl. Yalf, or any other college or instittitimi of Ic.iiiing in the Unite I Mtror til tbe XfW Kng'itnil (Vni"rv.i-tor- y 4 nf Music, 13111 he seriiretl bv nny yotin man or woman who is in etriif-t- . Write for inrtirn'ars niiii-lclv- iL V &r& BtvwAA lk .MrVAi9lrW p iriaKe CJ1 mlMMgF Zl3'ZjR'4CJzZCrlSL vN & fo j . .IAMKs- - I). I5A1.I. . CO Dro!nficMSt.. Coston. Mas. s- ........... 9 fA'MIIW $ f Wj JSaT-- J "i V K " iiiii.; i'iuiii iiuiii a a, Croys Tail, nor a good EicjcIc from The i3 SOMETHING Everv PiirLnani OUGHT TO USE. 5 ? X K 2i sder a $ K Jg7) j&W s4&tf C g it .iSSr &S' Lrxy. Castings. W fes, ATONAPCH Sotl cU through. O A FriS f, - I5os-to- l f. WSm Croup, whooping cough nud colds arc quickly allayed and danger averted by j rr tit ntmiLiuiitin m 1 1 -- A . 1. Enamel! "V. Jj everywhere. V I sSSSz P UTOGRAPHIC 1? &k&3!&3 V V3rSi A. ik. r to charRe,' FIIKVKM iINputcsovrr ncrnunto, mWtaUf-riCKVKNT of all l:inil, ACCURATELY rcrurd cash sales, SAVK MARK three bill at ono writing. Used dy Retailers Everywhere. PRKVKNT "fortett!n-book-Ueepln- V $ Write tor circular. pii-sc- e c A KENTUCKY GIRL. Di-ii- Manage n Stock Farm Her Father Oncti Superintended. Vkrsaii.t.ks. Ky SepL 9. Miss Sidney Ayres, of Ducker's Station, this county, is a lovely Kentucky girl, who is personally .and successfully managShe well-know- 111 1 1 Oikl-ind- . ilu-i-s- s v R. N. & B. R, I'i.i-m'ii- i a .1 .i-- m-i- 111 swi-ji- 1 ! e 11 s. iit-i- ing a blue grass stock farm. Her father, El W. Ayres, the Kteven Killed In n Holler Kxploiilon. trotting horse man, died nearly a year Viexxa, Sept. 1. Dy the cxplosioj ago. and his pretty daughter had the brewery at Hoenstaedt courage and business sense to take up of a boiler at a Friday, eleven pcrson Olmutz, her father's business where he Jef t off. near killed and many were injuro-bottle or eut direct on rrcrlpt of price by were A visitor at the farm where Iluezetta, ., rJrml, k,. Tko E. F. e.lbrrUnJ Salvia 2:0f. md Early llird, 2:10, were A BLcSblNG raised, would find Jliss Ayres at the G training track early in the morning And a Wedding Gltt yired to a Kentucky Klolii Couple. directing the trainer what colts to L'cxixotox, Ky., SepL 8. Harold READY TO drive and how much work to give them, as she watched their speed and condi- MeKendnck Waller, a prominentyoung man of Law renceburg, and Miss tion with a critical eye. Sadie Witherspoon, daughtar of a rrinon SIiojm Contrurt Awarded. banker oft the same plaee, elopFitAMvFOirr, Ky., Sept. 7. The state ed to Lexington Tuesday morning and Our factory on Laurel Street in is now running, and we are board of sinking fund commissioners were married at the residence of Mr prepared to fill orders for twist of the awarded the contract for rebuilding the J. M. Corbin. on east Third street, by Eddyville penitentiary shops to F. W. Rev. Otis Huihston at 11:30 o'clock. Kattcrjohn, l'aducah. The contract Over the K. C. at 3 o'clock Tuesday "Pfiis Bi Richmond price is S23.S50. The commissioners afternoon the couple went to Cincinsaved the state about 510,000 by reject- - nati to apend their honeymoon. ing all of the original bids and adver The parents of the bride and groom B." tising for the bids which were opened were notified of the wedding, and soon Monday. after the following telegram was ren 1 L 27-2well-known The next contest of importance il for the place of the next convention Omaha speaks for it through Senatoi Thurston, who is making a strong ef fort to pull the '9S convention to the wesL Senior Vice Commander Ken nedy is working for the west, bu thinks the propej place for Jt to bi held is at Denver. The Ohio delegate) are talking up the virtues of Cincinnat as an encampment city. has a request in and a few Ohio pcoplt are supporting its claim. l'ut-in-Il- Hamilton Antoranhic Register OHIO. m a t v iSy Co. MONARCH Chicago CYCLE CO., Londc- - HAMILTON, may2S-6- New York OR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY J.H.iMEFF&CO. Main W&&W&&Qs&&&&,, nr4-Iv This famous remedy will cure nn attack of croup in the time it Lakes to find a doctor. Every home should have it ready for the time of need. It is an infallible remedy for all bronchial and lung affections. Sold hy ilrufrctstx at 2Jc, 30c. and t per Strt, ) HISH GRADE WORK A Full Line of BUGGIES, SURREYS, PHAETONS, GIVES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, (Opposite Glyndon Consequently Is best for Country Produce Bougl-- t ard Sold. Ifie.--l Cash ihirkel lJrit-.- - I'jtit.. CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. road wagons, &c, &c We also Manufacture rguLJ xiyK?3y dovetail CRAWFORDSVILLE, IND. mayai - bra XT7V7V hMMM J2fe. the Dealer to handle. Send for Catalogue and Prices. ji AU Wor7i mwmrr Guaranteed. 4 Csr. Cii IR THE WRITE. i Cilsss Stt SUPPLY THE TRABE lt.ch-111011- DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS, C0PYRSCHT3 &c. Anyone sendtns n fketch and description may quickly ascertain, free, nhetber on Inrentlon 13 prottably pateitable Communlcatlnss strictly patents conflitentlal. OHcstacency for In America. Wo hare a Wahtnxtun office. Patents tbrounU ilunn x Co. recctra pedal notice tn tbe benatlfclly lllnstratcd. larcest circulation of anr sdentlnc jourual, weekly, terms K5.UI a year; fL30 9tx months, tfpcciiien copies and 1IXm iiuoK OS I'atents sent free. AcdrcES 2S-- 27 fSE5 1I II '' II ! The Cycle Lebanon Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. Irice, $75.00. Corrugated Tubing, z in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 4-- Manufactured by H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. ..W.HE o.0 PATS THE.. FREIGHT. ..T0U PAT FOR THE DRINKS. &0.8SECQKBSTKEET, MUNN &. fcO., and Mrs. Harold Waller, Lex3G1 Ilrondwni, Xeir York. Kv.: Accept my congratula- Brands, three grades. We can save yon lar report of the state agricultural comWill give you an interest in the money. Send ns a trial order; you will missioner will not be given out till a wedding gifL F. F. Waller." be glad with our product". Tuesday, but the advance sheet shows pleased to hear from country merthat he estimates the Kentucky wheat chants. His correcrop at 11,379,000 bushels. White g? Ross spondence from 100 counties wire that In Kentucky Reported to He the Itesnlt Of i of a Fend. over half the crop is still held by the 49- Richmosd, Kt. THE. RicttMoxn, Ky., SepL 8. John Isaac, farmers for higher prices. alleged to be one of the white caps who C 0 l'lcnlc to Aid Strikers. o Lkxixgto.v. Ky., Sept. 7. The Cen- so brutally beat Charles Murray and J X Hollow, the Clmonscs 3 t. S tral Labor council gave a grand picnic has been placed in Freeman's. and wara in jail here, uSu. at the Lexington race course Monday, rants are out for others of the gang, o s the proceeds of which go to aid the A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC CD were recognized by their victims. suffering coal miners in Kentucky and who trouble is said to"be the outgrowth -- I O The NEWSPAPER. Tennessee. Four of the events of the of the killing of Lafayette Powell by W. 5 programme were bicycle races foi II. Moody at Hig Hill a month ago. . X ladies, but these did not fill. Quite a For the Free Coinage of Silver. I Murray and tlie Clemonses were round sum was made. For the Chicago Platform. among Moody's" principal witnesses, lee Caused Typhoid. and it was upon their evidence that For the Democratic Nominees. 5 Lexixotox, Ky., Sept. 7. The recov- Moody was g'ven a very light sentence. For the Interest of the Masses. a Supervisor J. A. Cunningham, oi Threats w .J made against them at ery of Shot In Altbama. o tlie insane asylum, is extremely doubt- the time o the trial, and this rough The Greeks were' IiAWKENCEDUEO, All the Latest Telegraphic Ky., Sept. 9. A. teleo 22 c ful, lie contracted typhoid fcvci treatment a :v nights ago is said to physically perfect and gram to Sirs. Harriet Hanks WednesiSFews. C-throngli the use of ice cut from a stag- have been at the hands of the l'owell beautiful because they day told of the fatal shooting of her All the Latest State News. S-e were healthy. faction.! The son, Grayson Hanks, at Atmorc, Ala. nant pond on the asylum grounds. JJ man who suffers from AlltheLatest Market Reports Mrs. II. T. Noel Head. ill -- health cannot be It is not known i&cther he was in THE MARKETS. MmnLKsnouo, Ky., SepL 7. Mrs accidenta difficulty or shot himself physically Correct Market Reports. nenry Taylor Tocl died Sunday night robust and ally. ti ClNCTSXATI. Sept. 11. Wr-of paralrsis of the hearL Shcwastlu In Spite of the Drldo's Family. Correct Couit Reports. manly. The PLOCn Spring fancy. W83QA10; C3 "S sprlns Lexisgtox, Ky., Sept. 9. Miss Zelma wife of II. T. 2ocL the author and jur famly, .woman who W--' spring patent, 8G(X3fi00; . V X. t Reliable News Reports. .2 connected winter patent. 5.uQaJU; fancy, ft.7aS4.85; and prominently is sickly can Barnctt came here Wednesday from ist, q Honest Editorial Policy. . b l.73 1.00; extra. L3i.ia): low grade, family, not be beau- Versailles and was quietly married to throughout the state. M ti.0a5iW); rye, northwestern, R.lCtIJJ.iJ; do "5 tiful and. wo- A. U. Dunbar, of this city, by Dr. The Weekly Louisville Dispatch and 7ii Kentucky l'eiiMonn. clty.J3.10ia3.2X c m manly. Most Evans. The bride's family objected to Climax one year for SI.7S o Wn eat Sales: No. 2 red. truck. CTc; sample Washington, Sept 7. The following forms c"f the match. all Ken tuckians were pensioned Monday led, switching. lKg98& yellow, track, Ec; No. 2 Regular Price Weekly Dittpatch Cokn Sales: No. 2 "3 Colored Fair at Lexington. Johnathan Burke, Albany: Killis J mixed, track, 32c; yellow ear. trade, 330. have their : ($1.00) and Clinuce ($1.S5), Lexixoto-- , Ky., Sept. 9. The anCoomcr, Edmonton; John Bailej', Fau 3 white, track. 2lc; No. 2 Oats Sales: No. in $2.25. 3 B: disorders of the digestim. When the nual colored lair commenced here bush. Original Widows, Etc. ;Marj m iJ, tr.ickilc; do. twitched, 3I&C. Hoos Select butchcrs 5t.lv3t.iO; fair to Wednestiav morning with an unusually Ann Johnson. Itosinc. digestion is cad tne Diooa Decomes 1m C C good packers', Hi34.35; fair to Rood light, o rmre. and is imDerfectlv suDolied with I large attendance. Trotting and nin " Wfco can thin $I.3US,1.4U; common and roughs. t3.S0Hia. atmnlo Gov. JJradley Subpoenaed. u to Wanied-f- in Idea of some patent? ths food - elements that build up new j ning races will be given. Cattlb Pair to good shippers', M.tXJ4 C5; tiiiug to OS r.i Fhankkout, Ky., SepL 9. Deputy extra, and healthy tissues, and tear down. ; good to cccice butchers, ft.03 Tonr tdnui: thT- inaY brine tou PmtetJOHN WEDDEKUtJRN &CO, Patentvrenlth 3 Askins Arrested. 'I tr e Attnr Write e. lair to medium butthers', J3.2Ct23.73; and carry away those that are inert and Ky.. SepL 9. William Sheriff Nick Sullivan was on seys, Washtastnn. P. L. for tbelr CL8U0 prlio aVLcs The nerves are not rebuilt Askins, who, it is alleged, broke into square Wednesday morning common. !2.25QauX and list of two hundred lurcotlosa wanted. gooa SntEP from day to day with new, vigorous, serving subpoenaes issued some time t3.0u3-50- ; Ilxtras. t3.C033.73; 12285. to caolec, common to fair, active fibers. Every organ, tissue, mus- the Milford post oflicj, was arrested ngo for the defense witnesses in the Lambs Extras, SV50; gooJ to choice, 80.OOQ cle and nerve in the body b half famished here Wednesday. cases; Among those 5. 13; common to talr. S3.7n LT5. j Hunter bribery for healthy nutrimenL Almost any disVKAttCALVKS ClosinK weak, Z5Q20C tower. ' served were Gov. Bradley, Agricultural New Guld Flnld. ease in the category of human ills may be good light, ?3.733fl.75; extras, VT.W; Commissioner Moore and a number of Fair to and larje, t3.SQZ.UX IvEtvYoitK, SepL 9. A dispatch to common the result of this condition. Most fre"iVoott Cnwashed. nne merino. t3o per &; quently it is the most deadly of disorders the World from Caracas, Venezuela local newstjaDcr men. quarter blood clotbinir. lTfeiSc; rae.dlam. dc- consumption. Sometimes it is some savs: Vast gold fields have been dis- Maj. Clarrf Iimane. lalno and clothln?, lTglSc; braid, I6,i6o; toe- other wasting disease. Again, it may De covered in thestate of Miranda Guarico. Lkxixgtox, Ky., Sept. 11. The m- - 1 dlurn combine, lg.2ste 'iVanhert, One scrofula or some skin disease. :r,o, ounces of irold .,;t,. r rio-The mines yield ,,.i,iv Merino X 10 XX 15a- EnedJwaj, ctothinir, There is a sure preventive and remedy to the tor A German-Englissyndi- - P!, Th' J lSHcr delaine fleceo. 18J9c; loag coaibteif,: Wm for these conditions and maladies. It is cate is exploring the, region. J and ktjr. 178tt; Opened next door to Richmond National Rank. Below we noou to a sanitarium, will be learned 2J2tc; coarso. Ii7c; choice, 230 Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery'. turfman, nil over the 2'C'l quote a few of our prices: with regret by corrects all disorders of the digestion. 1 " Gen, i.e Arrive iu York. It Chicass, Soptj It. country. Not many years ago he was restores the lost or failing appetite and ;KW YoitK, Sept. 9 -t-fen Fitzhugh It oo Beat Granulated Sugar 23 Witeat September, S14c; Oseeaber, Jc it 25 invigorates the liver. It fills the arteries r- Ki,i mnpl of thr Artmckle's Coffee 2 lbs. for ,..11. iTntti one of the. leading turfmen and brced- - eld, k5j4c: Mjj. we. . s 4 rich, red blood of health. gtatcfi at 1Iavana ArrIvea T,ere Wed. ere of the country and bred many good Dest Ilmnd Canned Corn7Ve, JIor. tlie pure, Cokn September, 3le; Octofear, S!3ic; Best Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 aas forr i active ', It builds new, firm flesh, 1Ie accompanied by his person his Coldstream farm near ueat mapie teai iarti. ids. lot -- September; ,30c; Oe'.otfcr. 20;io; usrve fibers, and strong elastic .muscles. Oats nea tstar w un uoaras , on. and K L. Oliver, thiscitv. Fishy, ' Sept 2lc ' IL 1 cure7?B per cent, o? all cases of con- Best Coat Oil per Ealloa.ii Jj ."T ,. i.M............,...K.i. w'.-- i . F. tf lltaOull y. Pittsbuhqh; PnCUnVr,il..ll., In. "'I -Eumption, and 'asUngdfseases. It cures United Stotesconsul af, Merida. Cattle Prime, &ttt Wr commote I8.4JQ "Porp Mixed Ceady 2 ibstozzJi., j'inkviixjl Ky.t bcpt. 11. The com- toi; Id i ...i-. Druggists all it, 1. An 3.70; oommon topocd latoiettW34' fi mlrt "iT-'-- s-.' Reerl EjUibllxlisd. -""w nrifr.ort "-TlwiaaHbo!toolarrorBec!eclful to tlfce I o. "Hoos lrune light Yorkers aadpl8, H4S .i.i-- ' goods inrpropof tlon to numeroua.io menlion.' Give oupu -iae Amcr. trythc case-O- l t3. H, JtMncy. Other ea oeeaMoaal Sose of raedkaertb ward off the ' ouuiaiwira. 4J; .'bfjSt'uiedlum, SK.d4JW;. grftssere sad man inlt-ari- l evH effects of eoa.ttiiuea deserves to ows ajw lean line steamer fcs, Louist irom lfew Ing elder of tbeJIiadlesborourh. rX1 "E...41 st)ibWfr9C94l; hevy ,' H364.:'rte. iiur u, uu Ki ynt juwsu.t tiuuKRituiil 1Jjtminix. " XorSepteinberi arrived here at aa z f y M. v It t J'ri-vln- u Kentncky Wheat Crop. ceived: FnAXKFOKT, Ky., Sept. 7. The regu- .lclw-l-T.1- "Mr. ington, tions. firm as i i '1 y. ad . SG1EKTIF10 AFiERICAN, "hlr ti Jacks" Enpe-ciall- y WHITE-CAPPIN- G Subscribe ftlow! DISPATCH . i 111 rcco-;nitio- 1 IS 3?S 'iiii-'l- ti-- d tsiuiiut-iiclii- ,ri-.t- I " , AGENT5 ' NVANTED. vm i1 l 'j f WM t "tW Sli ! iHyUK mch3l-6- invited. "rS. J l--i fc mKSw&N fi &, nayfcJM d .- THE WILLARD HOTEL, Has , S ill-heal- th I" Rec3ntly beei Converled Into a Modern Palace Hnlls aiul Entrance aro Marble and Tiling of tho Finest Quality. o I M.73-00- 20001Fards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors State-hous- Mirj-EHSBUE- : half-dear-L -- j: -- 0K liFJM!0HMS, PAttLOHS ANU UI'I'BR HALLS. Offices and DIningRoom A New Cheap Cash Grocery rfAIND" FRUIT MOtJSBll. f(r...i. ,5, Beautifully Decorated and Jiantly Lighted., Bril- - I n r-, h' -- .. v- ..,,. - ts XrTaipments throughout aro without a Superior in the Sonth,rato of Charges Considered. . . . ." .... quarter-bloo- com-mo- n tl. 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