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KENTUCKY, Ga- - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1897. NUMBER 16. W wish to caution all users of Simmons Livr Rrgulaior on a subject of the deepest interest and importance to their health prhap their Iiv-- s. The sole proprietors jnd makers of Simmons Liver Regulator lirn that customers are often deceived by bny.ru a id taking some medicine of a pimi'ar appearance or taste, believing it to 'e Simmon Liver Regulator. We warn vou i hat unless I he word Regulator is on 111 Central KenttiGkv the package or bottle, that itis not Simmons 1. vi Reulat r. No one els makes, or ver h s mad Simmons Liver or Hnythini;cilled Simmons Liver Regulator, Pay Tribute to This Splendid but I H Zeilin & Co., and no medicine made iv anvone se is the same ,.Ve alone can Emporium. put n uji and we cannot be responsible, if oilier medicines represented as the same do not hel you as you are led to expect they w 11. Bear this fact well in mind, it you have A WORLD'S FAIR UNDER ONE ROOF. lieen in the habit of us.nga rredicine which yon nppoed to lie Simmons Liver RegulaLexington Argonaut, tor, ih name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word The big furniture house of JWulator on it, you have been imposed C. F. Brower & Co., which uptin and have not ieen taking Simmons Liver Kegnlator at alL The Regulator has beeu taking stock since been (avorablv known for many years, and has all who ue it know how necessary it is lor the retirement of Messrs. Fever and Agu Bilious Fever, ConstipaJames Scottand D. F. Frazee, tion, Headache, Dpepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. a couple of weeks ago, will We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which again open its doors tomorrow jou can readily distinguish by the Red Z with a special sale of furnion wrapper, and by our name, is the only called Simmons Liver Regulator. ture and carpets. carries J. II. ZKILIK & CO. one of the biggest stocks of Take goods Jn the South of every WARNING, o km mm her three three big ponds for watering his stock. Mrs. Mollie Rhodus and bo3rs per barrel Lexington zette. HORSES, MULES Tore 1 to move to Illinois about the 1st of February. A protracted meeting began at the chapel Sunday. Good sermons and cool nights make the occasion very enjoyable. are preparing AND CATTLE. ANDY CATHARTIC STRENG' J. H. Pedigo, of Glasgow, returned from Indianapolis last Thursda3 where he bought 20 head of good horses for the Southern market. Mr. Pedigo paid from $20 to $30 per head more for this stock than he did for a lot of the oiime class, on the same market, a ago. He reports Indianapolis traders as wild after mules, and Indianar farmers crazy after feeding cattle. Lexington Gazette. ar fejCURECONSnRKTIOH' to 23 50 ! ARSflTJITF.r.Y JriDOUlJUliUl UUHnhlULDU tiTt..nctT2Tipornp.hnt pie and booklet free. great 1 A MID-SUMM- ER The drought now prevail- nig in tins section is nipping the bud in McKinle3''s (?) prosperity. Late corn and fall grass are suffering great damage. POWDER Absolutely Pure ROVM. BAKINQ Tecp WiW . . si? iirvrSspssaafmrms WtefiiiaMS!3 to eare ! ALL DRUGGISTS lasa-- l 8am- - h Cs id. STEISMSfi 9&&m KEMEIIV or constipation. Casearete are the JiImI came etujnatnril refills. CO.. rhicaso, Montreal. Can., or ."Srirlork. iopi su. now on. Our New Departure is meeting vrith the approval of a generous public. Same price to every cue and CASH in every instance. sale ,fy' W i L i wn ) P NOTICE the rare bargains we are offering for l rOWCtR CO., MEW YORK. lit... TAKE THQ f&- - It grade, and occupies three large buildings two of three PROFESSION At-- CARDS. stories and one of four with MISS JIILLHEU GULDEN', fifty-tw- o thousand square feet of floor space. All of these STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. immense buildings are crowdKentucky. ed from top to bottom with Richmond, USOfficr adjoining ATTO J Simmons Liver Regulator. A .R HumanC. 3173X3. furniture, carpets, drapery and other goods pertaining to globe. their line. almost seem need less to give a history of this most successful house, which was founded- - by Mr. Chas. F. Brower, one of the most energetic and farsighted business men Lexington ever had. Mr. Brower, as a boy of 15, started in business in 1S66 with Campbell & Lowery. His remarkable capacity- at once placed him at the front as a salesman, and in 187-- he was taken in as a partner, Mr. Lowery retiring, and the firm becoming Wm. Campell & - Mr. J. W. Ballard only succeeded in renting out one of his three farms advertised, that being the Huston place, consisting of 160 acres, which was leased by Thos. Anderson for $505. Mr. Harrjr Morgan's mother, who recentry arrived here from England on a visit, comments on Kentucky b- - saying it is the most hospitable place she has ever visited in all her travels." This should be considered quite a compliment to our State, inasmuch as Mrs. Morgan has had a bird's eTe view of a big portion of this WINSTON. Estill Conntyl THE POT-HUNT- ER NUISANCE. A FINE TOBACCO CROP. Necessary Steps To Men & A suit that suit is worth havinp. There's so much intrinsic worth of ready-mad- e clothing that one is indeed fortunate to light on a genuine bargain. Appearances are deceptive, but there's nothingfal.se in our suits. The sale on now is to decrease stock and they must go. No reserve, ienuino Bargains Suiti at $;", $.".C0, $ 00. ST .7). W. MILLCR. Attoknet-at-La- It would Richmond, Office Farmer's National Bank. Kentucky. in the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y - - C P. nURNAM A MOBERLEY. , BDRXAM. W. 8. MOBEBLKY. Attobskys-at-Law- RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. occu-pled.- Office in Burnam Building, recently A. R. Burnam. 0 Mrs. Annie Bybee,of Richmond, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. King. Mrs. Sarah Pigg returned to her home at Versailles, after spending several weeks with Estill friends. C. C. Snowden and Miss Polly Hinds did not get married last week as reported onlv went to church at Bras-field. A TTO KN E W, KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Ofll e over Tavlor's Hardware store, Court House, on Main Street. Judge A. J. Tharp will leave 21st for Indian Terri-tor3- ', Missouri and Iowa for a month's visit to his western friends. Miss Corella Snowden returned to her home after spending a few da3rs with Clark county friends near Winchester. Winston has the only school in Estill county that will not allow visitors. Our good people are all the time getting something new. John Newman, who once spent nearly one thousand dollars digging for silver at this place, will open up again this week for search of same. Miss Fannie Butler, who has been very low with consumption, has greats improved and her friends hope she may recover so as to get out onc.e more. We regret to note that our friend, J. H. Amerine, who has been confined with fever for four weeks, lias so far recovered that he will be at his post of duty soon. Winston has a singing class at Antioch which meets eveiy Tuesda3T and Saturday nights, conducted 1)3 John Thomas. It is said to be one of the best singing classes in the county. LITERARY NOTES. tp II. B. HOGG, RiriiuoN'D, ATTORNEY AT LA Kentucky. Y. Companj'. Next Mr. Campbell retired and Mr. Scott entered it, the firm becoming Office No. 13 First St., tip stairs. IF. 31-3- 0 Brower & Scott, which style it maintained from 1S7S to 1SS3. GRANT E. LILLY, A TTORNE Y-A T-L-A In the latter year Mr. Brower withdrew and moved Kentucky. to Cleveland, Ohio, engaging Richmond, in the same line of business. Office 5. W. corner Miin and Second ' in nil There he remained until 1887 streets up stairs. Will tli cmrtR of Madison ami adjoining when he returned to Lexing counties and Court of Appeals. ton and founded the firm of C. J C. & D M. CIIENADLT, F. Brower & Co. Thus it A TTORNEYS A T LA W, continued to be known until Kentucky. 1891. Mr. James Scott and Richmond, Mr. D. F. Frazee entered it Office on Siicond etreet, over and the name was changed to grocery. Brower, Scott & Frazee. The GREEN CLAY, new firm did an immense Hr. A TTORNE business, as its prdecessors pnu-tid- Chen-atil- t' Y-A T-L-A Richmond, --- --- Kentucky. 13 Collections solicited. had done. Now it returns to the old name of C. F. Brower &. Co., Mr. Markham Miller P2YSICIA17S. becoming the Co. Mr. Miller is well known as DR. II. R. GIBSON, one of Lexington's most popular and capable business men. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. He has climbed right from Bichmonp, the bottom to the top in the Office in the Joe Ccjins building. 18 and ao Sec- house in which he has become ond Strcef, orer Wnue old drugstore. a partner. Affable, polite and CHAS. HOOKER, energetic, he is a splendid I ETERINARY SURGEON, salesman and popular gentleGraduate Ontario Veterinary College. man. He is a son of the late TV. Miller, a distinVeterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty. Dr. Chas. Office up stair over New York Store, corner guished minister of the Meth-odis- t Mum and First streets, Richmond church, who was a ChapII. C. JASPER, Jll. Dl lain in the Confederate Arny Medicine and Surgery. iind for many years in charge Oflire Collins lUiildinir, MainStreet. Telephone at resilience (the Uiirr place) op of Hill street and other leading Broadway. Kentucky congregations. Markham was Richmond, born at Cynthiana in 1872 and DR. O. A. KENNEDY, educated at the State College. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, He entered the business at Kentucky. Richmond, 17 j'ears of age with Mr. continued Office inSmilfc Building, No. 104 Main Street, np Brower, and has tain. Office hours utoi and to 5 o'clock. . with him ever since, with the exception of a year spent in DR. JOHN M. POSTER, Kenitjcky Chicago. He started in the Richmond. dranerv 'department and ex Telephone at office and hibiting great zeal and capacity in his work, was gradually G. W. EVANS, M. D., promoted until he now becomes a member of the big PltYBICIAK AND SUHGEON, firm. Lexington is to be conKentucky. Richmovd. gratulated on the fact that DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Mr. Brower will continue in Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, business. Kentucky Richmond. The opening tomorrow will Office hiiiI resilience on Third Street. be largely attended, as they have an enormous stock of 25ENTAL STI2QEST. goods, from the plainest to the finest, at prices that defy DR. A. WILKES SMITH, competition. y ... 17- With the opening of the dove shooting season the countrv is inflicted with a class of hunters to whom evcrj'tliing with fur or feathers is inate game. Few land holders care a flint about the game upon their land, and almost an3r respectable person can obtain shooting privilege on Madison county farms. But most farmers object strenuous' to the presence of that class of hunters that are simply out for an3thing in sight, and to whom poultiy, pigeons and orchard fruits are just as legitimate subjects of acquisition. In this connection let it be said that while the black man, as a pothunter, is more numerous met, and scruples not to bag the waj'side pullet, or filch the far wandering turkey, he is a cautious and timid thief, and when warned to he dose it in short order, and seldom returns. His white brother is quite a different stick; and to a message to get out and off , gener-allreturns a defiant and imprudent response. The writer has had a long and varied experience with both classes. With the one he has had no trouble, except the ever present anno3Tanceoi keeping him off, but with the other the case is quite different. Both are arrant cowards, but thenwhite man will not vacate until met on equal terms. In dealing with these the writer has frequentty put them to ingloiious flight 03-mounting a stump or fence and shouting vociferous for his Winchester. A is ever wanting in plrysieal courage, and never counts on encounter on equal terms. The lands of Madison coun-tare posted under the law, and the right to hunt or fish thereon are to be secured b3 permission, but no case of punishment under such law is now recalled. If land holders would avail themselves of their right under the law, the3 could quickh- - abate a nuisance that cost them much valuable poult', stock and propert3. "va-moosse- W. B. Hawkins, a promi- nent Fayette count3 farmer raised a twenty acre tobacco crop this 3ear without a tenant. Searcety a wormhole is to be seen on a leaf and he topped it veiy high, maii3' plants having as man3r as 24 leaves instead of from 17 to 19 as is usuall3r the case, the crop is now f ully- matured and will make a tremendous 3Tield. - Preserve mm- l 11 JB Your Health In other words, take - QUART BOTTLES. Brerr bottle you take will mean better health, and every bottle coculoa a quart. Uaequaled as a blood purifier and general atrenirthener. It's free Our illustrated book of 36 pagea is full of good, solid health Information. for the asking. WILLIAMS. DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit, ntch. TOIL lie. Tik UttirtUt. the rmon, UW JohnstSn's arsaparilla Ur It SI 00, places. for twice the money other Can't tie ttl rH 5K A a parvest of Straw - ma 5MI . THE TOBxVCCO OUTLOOK. H. C. Wells, a prominent Bram-blet- t, Sold by n. Z ArT. B. Taylor, Waco. Ky. - 2vJi$ fl- r-- - In a city is queer. Rut we're cutting Staw Ilat.s and the harvest is here a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. ," 3 shipper and handler of C?AS At one price to all alike. Then ar Nicholas count3', who shoe stores which keep one or two of has been recentty bu3'ing tothe shoes we have, but there are none that keeps the variety in foot wear bacco in Montgomery, Bath, which make-- our establishment the Bourbon and Nicholas couninecca for all who are looking for fit and excellence or quality and ties, has a discouraging reSee our SI.25.SI.50, $1.75 and Shoos 25 that oMier shoe store- H J 1 j are askinsr2o per cent, iiiom monev Speediest port to make of the crop in W M for. his section. He sa3rs: "To begin with, the farmers did The undersigned lias three separate smnll farms which What's Your Need ? not plant more than sixt3' per or together. he offers at private saleatseparately All three are situated cent of last3ear's crop; about A choice, "I'll take the neck thirty per cent, of which willi WHITE'S STATION, or nothing- said the collar to be gathered. Recent rains the cuff." "Well, I'll beclose oa mewatera 01 Oliver reeK. xney con.aiu r were too late to help 01113-- the respectively $5 and acres, and are well J. llC Jj lllGSfc 11PJS to hand," replied the cuff, and farms. There earty-se- t tobacco, and the to- watered and well Improved county, most of is no better land in Madison it bacco and bud worm are pla3-in- being .Hie barest Drivers, -- RICH BOTTOM LAND.-- havoc with vhat gave promise of making a veiy It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by The Promptest At- TWO FARMS "ittAv- rj - Shoes In Every StylcQ. I 9i t , tz, work-mansh- ip. S-- '. L 1G5 - ' H g good 3'ield. In some parts of and Montgomeiy counties the farmers are so discouraged over the prospect that the3r have plowed up much tobacco to put the ground in something for win-te- r feeding. Louisville Weed. Wheathasbeen successful-raiseduring the past week Nicholas d turnpile to schools, Uiurches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mill- - of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- tention. Geo. D. White, f!b3-t- f The Cheapest Prices, The Eavorile Stable. Telephone YGnr "Cousin," White's Station. Ky. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Ltiative Brcmo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 15c. For sile by W. G. White, Druggist, Richmch3-6mond, Ky. P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No 26. on Wall Street and in man3 of the large cities of this 4:SADDLERY.4: ,.. AW Ulgl mayo ly so they were satisfied. That's the way with our customers, no matter what their fancy may dictate, we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Neckwear and Shirts of every description and at prices that can't be reached by others. 3-3- eWntiy. 3 DAYS -FALL EXCURSION. )l3atev3s5J9 3 DR. PETER FLUCK'S Great German Remedy, For Good Values at Low Prices See law-break- er Queen & Crescent loute.great'owrate excursion forllie usual Autumn jourue others to Cinindite cinnati or Louisville. Rate of lj fare the round tiip; September 27, 2S, 29. Will beKOoil 10 las to,relurn. Ask agent-fo- r p irtioulare. EXTREMELY LOW RATES x harness, cheaper than can be bought any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and lie convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guaranted. All kinds of hand-mad- ym, x IIIM ADIME 'Ssffsiii ss mm taLrtal :xcD'H:iL(D2riD : IT N' i i TO CHAT- 3 TANOOGA, TENNESSEE. At WalteeAzd ell's Liveby Stable. e Geo. White. I m For the LAND, STOCK AND CROP. HIGH PRICED TOBACCO. The Southern Railway are now daily fioni Loui.svillo one way tickets to Chattanooga at$G5"; round trip tickets, good tifteeu (13) days beond dale ol wle, $y 10; round trip ticke's, limitel to November 7th, S12.20 These low rates will enable every one to visit Chattanooga, Lookout fountain and the famous Battle Fields in thai at very little expense. Tiie Southern U.ulway runs double daily service from Louisville to Chatta noog.i. Twins leave L .uisville 7:43 a. in. and airive Ch.ittrnooga at 8.00 p. m. and tint evening twin leaves Lonioville 7::?o p. in. and arrives at Chattanooga 7:40 a. m. Through compartment sleepers are attached to evening train. For further information, address William H. Toyloe, Assistant General Agent, 210 Fourth Avenue. Louisville, Kv. st-lliaug-25-S- w Immediate Eelie - ni PositiveONE OF TWO Cure t O a . WAYS. n T. ir. O The bladder uas creatl for one purpose, namely, a recepkiclc for the urine, and as such it is rot liable to anv form ol iliFeise except by one or two ways. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The Fecond way is from c?reletH local treatment of other diseases. CEIBF CAUSE. Unhealtliv urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or d'eease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore anv pain, (Urease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder o- - urinary passape is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or worab trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set your urino aside for twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or Madder tronblo. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilthe sreat kidney and mer's Swamp-Koo- t, bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine you should have the bust. At druggists fifty cents and 01 e dollar. You may have a s.unple botlle and pamphlet, both sent free-b- y mail. Mention the Cumax and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., IMnjiluutton, X. Y. The proprietors of tins paper guarantee the genuineness of this olTer. I -- a HI, s S o 11 O en -3 o NEURRLGIfl. per "box. 25c. by may!6-6m s-- Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing. For Sale ah. Druccists. R. H. HUNSTOGK CHEMICAL CO., -- HANNIBAL, MO. fi. &&&&g vfc.-T- MANUFACTURER AND DEALER J". mw r i 'i- o - l"N P.is-senc- er UE1). W. KII.EY GRKNITEKINDSS)OFMONUM6NTS, jlND ALL CEMETERY WORK. Eor further particulars, 2iresi mch24-ly Of Shelbyville, a. 46- A hogshead of tobacco sold Fa --- --- ... ... 4 .... DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, dentiitrr. OrricE Smith building. Main Street. Office aours, 9:00 to u M. ; :oo to 4 Y. M. r"Practice limited to J. CMoboas. J. A. Yates. DENTISTS, MORGAN & YATES, Richmond, Bank. - - - Kentucky. Street, orer Madison National The interiors of one thousand of the most attractive homes in the United States have been photographed by The Ladies' Home Journal. One hundred of the best of these pictures will be reproduced in that majrazine. The first article of the series "Insideof a Hundred Homes" hogsOhio. Sixty-fiv- e will appear in the October heads were sold at $20.50 per re 100 pounds, taken from the Journal. ception and dining rooms, bath- warehonse, which would equal rooms, hall and apartments $21.50 sold on the breaks at of every kind will be pictured Cincinnati or Louisville. This just as they are in daily use. tobacco was raised in Mason Each picture contains dozens county, Ky.., and Brown coun-t3- ', of suggestions. Every woOhio. man is interested in taking a 'HOGS. peep into the most attractive Hogs are scarce and 4 cents homes in the land, to see how paid for them, while they are furnished and ar- is readiry aro asking 4 ranged. She wants to get man37' farmers cents for them. Stock hogs practical hintr and new ideas 4 cents. Wm. for furnishinerlier own. The are selling at ann ice lot on Henderson sold houses photographed by the cents. LexingJournal are those occupied 03' Mondaj" at 4 income. ton Gazette. See advertisement in the persons of moderate BIG SALES. Their interior arrangement Climax. The sale for the Coons esshows what perfect taste can DELAYED. money tate by Jim Mat Darnab3 last accomplish with a little CORRESPONDENCE. and the touch of a woman's week advertised in the Gadeft fingers. Homes in every zette was a whopper. Wheat WHITES STATION. State in th? Union from sold at $1.07 per busliel, cows Whites Station beat Caleast Maine to California were from $50 to $80 per head and photographed for the Jour corn, growing in the field at at base ball Satui'tkiyH, Harry Morgan is figging nal's unique a.nd useful series, Ian estimated price of $1.60 tl Mid-dletow- n, Bed-chamber- in the Louisville market last cents a week at twent3''-nin- e 111 '. pound, and Cincinnati goes ns The Leading Specialists of America better b3T selling a hogshead 20 YEARS IN OHIO. at thirt3r cents a pound. 250,000 Cured. One of the best sales of WECURESTRICTURE Burle3' this season was made Thnnsantl of TOnnz nml d men are troubled wi th t!U disease many last week b3r Hite & Drake, of They way Im o a smart unconsciously. ing scnxatiou, email, ttviiaing stream, disRiple3r, Ohio, to the Wilson & sharp cuttinsr pains at times, charge difficulty in commencing, weak McCauley Tobacco Co., nrran. rmisgion. nnd all the STmntoms debility they hao Sl'KlC- - KHg BS"! Jlsl Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, 'DC. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gent' I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. Midilelton, druecist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver anil Consti pation and found that they liivi: me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, Geo. V. Rilev. 0 Wright's Celery Capsults. Ky., Recommends d c, address, Madi5oi) Moi)UiDer)t:al Worfo. FIRESTORNADO BO YEARS EXPERIENCE. middle-see- BED WETTING CURED OR ,0 P.VY. Mas. B. 31. ItO WAN, Milwaukee, Wis. mch3-ly -- isimproperty against and 2S-- I7 s, of nervous TUKK. Don t let doctor experiment on m. hjr r.nllinr. ttrstchinr. or tearing you. 'i Ins will not euro you. as it will re turn. Our Hi:Y MlXl'llUl) XilKAi-MUX- T absorbs the stricture tissue; l,Kin wtmfi. aa 4 lift f rinlnro nrrrflnnpnllr. FUitvrel Ttr-i- n never return. No nain.no YiT I A in Alii m ilitonlinn fmm liiieinM ' mot ho J. Uhoscxualoiranrnreptrezicth em!, iho nerves Aro jnvisoraica. ana THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Long business be Insure j'our homes Anyone sending a sketi-- h aixl deocriptlon may quickly aKertain. free, whetber an loventioala probably patentable. Communications strictly coofldentlaL Oldest ocencyfortecurlcs patents In America. We hare a Wanhinston oOtcn. Patent taken through Munn Jt Co. special notice In the TRADE MARKS. OESICNS, COPYRIGHTS &c. reti Troubles I and Ccnsump'.on Cured. Can Fire $ Tornado. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully lnusrrated. lanreot drrnlfUlon of nr adentlle Journal, weekly, terms tSJCD arear; fJL50 six montbs. Specimen cople and Hup Book ox 1'jltests sent free. Addreu MUNN & CO., 301 Broadway. New York. u 3 II j the bliss o mancood return?. An Eminent New York Chemist 3WECURE SLEET 1 Scientist Slakes a Free Offer to Our Iter.dera. anl Bl ! V . Thousands of young and lniudle-ngconu men aro having incir cezrai ntality continual ly sapped by this a case. They aro frequently unconscious of thocaue of these symptoms. Ucneral Weakness, Unnatural Difchirgcf, Fnil-ins Manhood. Nervousness loor 31cm-- r pry. Irritability, at timc- - Sraarticg Scn-Rrrtinn Snnltpn lives, with dark circles. Weak Back, General Depression. Lack P , ncr d HON. C. T. CALDWELL, Parkerf-burjrrW- . dis-V- 1' m Parts, etc GLEET Ot AmDlllOTl. '2 nriCWCH.-n-- l may bo tho cause. Don't consult family uunmii STUICTUUE -- doctors, as tncy have no experience in these special diseases don't allow Quacks to experiment on you. Consult Specialists, who havo mado a life study of Diseases of ilen and Women. OurNKW TKEATAIKNT trill posiMETHOD tively curd you. One thousand dollars unu lor a case tto accept tor iraumeuicure. cannotcurc. Terms modcrato for a CURES GUARANTEED Vautoocelb. sypimits, (ilket. Dlliiuiuiin., 1.111UJ r.AiJi. nr,wui- 14' DRAINS. UNXATUKAU DISCIIAUU- HK llDEH Dirwises. 13 FREE. BOOKS Ua CONSULTATION FREE- - If unable Jo call, write for ULAiSlx. for 3UKSTTON WJilt. IC tREATMENT. ES. KITJNKY and 71LA W'n trout nrul onro- - T:AIISSrONP. ff 1 i s . i IJ c 1 - HtJS ' . .i XL. truly yours. 122 W. FOURTH STREET, L3 jCicAELEs T. Caldwell. CINCINNATI, O. Solil bv T. S! rHssran, Drueeiat. Price kaE3 50c ente and SlfGOper box. i!iatdrn- . 6. fjftt store aaa.a i .. - ? - " v ' 1t ' - 'i of Kennedys Kergan 3E5x coughs, catarrhal affections, geniTal decline of and weakness, loss of flesh, and aU condition of wasting away, will send TH11EE FHEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands bv its timely use. and he consid PiOtKERsunna, W. Ya., ers it a simple professional duty M suffering humanity- to donate a trial of h!s infallible January 26, 1995. cure. r wtmders, and Science daily develops The Wright Med. Co., this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, nas proaucea rcsmu as icmuuai iu Columbus, Ohio. humanity as can be claimed by! any modern mog have been using genius his assertion mat in an injuuics is GentlemolJ: climate consumption are curable Wright's Celen Capsules since Novem- proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," his American and European ber, 1894. and find them to be as recom- filed in thousands from those cured In laboratoall parts mended. I first basin taking them ries in world. of the experts concede that bronchia!, Hot Seines, Aik, under treatwhile at Medical lead chest ment for Sciatiq Rheumatism. Liver and which,and lung troubles means to- - Consumption, spctdy and cer uninterrupted, Constipation which I tain ctenin. Stomach trouble Bimplv write to T. A. Slocum. M, C, 88 Kne had beep a lon; sufferer. 1 fouud the rcet. Sfew York, eirinz po3tof3ci iand expressCelery Capsnlis tnve mo trreat relief medicine wiUbe promptfrom the besimiins and have used them address, and the free ly sent ever since. "With pleasure, and unso tare of his generous proposition, t ( Ws ofter Pliaisa tell the Doctor that jron licited, I recoirjmend them to any and jiflyT-l- r Buffering wijh like afflictions or either la the Bichmosd Climax. ne-A- Va., Ilecorn- mends Wrights Celery Capsules. The dlstinpiished New York chei list, T. A. Slocura, demonstrating hie discove-- y of a reliable and absolute cure Tor Consumption (Pulaionary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lunjr and chest diseases stubborn I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a. share of your patronage. Wanted-f- tn Idea Protect your Idea: thy may brtejf yoa wealt-S. R ROCK, CO Patent Write JOHN 'WEDDEllBtTRN e2-T- y SCS . MJf Sec. Street, fUp Stairs). Wajblagtmu D. X.for tbclr 2UU) prlto oSLut aod list of mo tuuhlred larentlosa rvaatot. Attor-aey- t, A New Cheap Cash Grocery AND RRUIT HOUSE. Opened next door to Richmond National Rink, quote a few of our prices : Best Granulated Sue 20 lbs. for . Arbuckle's Coaee 2 lbs. for. Best Brand Canned Corn Tfc, 2 for Best Brand. Canned Tomatoes 3 cans for. Best Maple Leaf Lard4 lbs. for . . Bed Star Wash Boards. Best Coal Oil per gallon. . Stick Candy 2 lbs. for Pure Pure Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for . I Below we : .$100 25 13 1 25 25 . 10 10 IS 15 iw all thcni. Verj Wanletl-- An Idea rl; !t- -- -- " Protect tow Mean; tlMrjM Wrttu JOHN WKfcOEKftniX t,'fOC I OtVWlNUWr43l think fho eaatmzha o I same rtapatcstr vruu.ArtecI Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention, me a call and be, convinced. Wholesale and Retail. I Give. C.MARCOLEN, Proprietary i. rf -- - ,- J p5( B?i "53WES5KS - O I I ; t li i . 1 licnvs-pnpers The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing l. I ir h tf Collegiate Institute, at Elizabeth-tow- n, Some of Hanna's subsidized Miss Heath has received other aro asserting that there has flattering oilers, as her high class been a large reduction in the number Miss Julia Higgins leaves Friday to (.landing at Boston has given her of farm mortgages in the Western PUBLISHED E KRY WKnNIHDAT BT great prestige. Sho prefers for tho Appeared Each Season Until Blood present administra- spond October In Danville. States since the Co. tion came into poucr. Such may bo Mrs. Alice S. Lobban, of Fort Worth, present to bo near her home, in which Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parllThG An Indolent Ulcer. resolution her friends concur" with the case, but they dare not stato the is visiting at Mr. Colby Tay lot's. pleasine. ' For several years I was troubled with way in which the reductions .have Mr. D. B. Murphy, of Murphy LumProprietors BBter. been brought. In theflrstplace thero ber Co , Irvine, was .here yesterday. A.CMUJtT' Mrs. Neal and Mrs. Mary Neal, carbuncles on my loft side and my back. They would disappear in winter and reC E. WOODS, Associate Editor. have been few If any of these mort Miss Mollio Williams, of London, after quite an extended absence from turn the next summer. I began taking gages paid off even within the past the city, during which time thoy PRICE PKR YEAR, $1.50. few years, and the Xow that have been is spending this week with Miss Amy have been visiting friends and rela- Hood's Sarsaparilla and have never had any carbuncles since. My little son had Smith. $1.25 paid will be found to come from IN ADVANCE, tives in Richmond and Danville, will appeared on MissKatio Blanton is at homo from return home sometime during tho a lever and an indolent nicer way "around states where the majority of the peo- a his leltlimb and spread halt visit to Ttirs. jiaiuon crimes, at week 1897. ple voted' for Bryan and WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 22, At a tournament which took it. Our physician recommended a blood Harrodsburg. place at Rockbridge Alum Springs, purifier and I gave the boy Hood's for Hanna's mortgaged man. Hanna Mr. A. Barnett, of Paris, n former Va., where knights" contested on Barsaparllla with gratifying results." A. had the list of men who were to hold the election in all of the close and citizen of Richmond, is visiting old horseback as to how many rings they G. B. J amis, Polkvllle, Miss. Filo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. SO Sheets of Paper 5c Harps 5c up. " I havo been a great sufferer from mus- Tacks lc box. Rope Silk 3c 2 for 5c doubtful States. In very many in- friends hero. could spear while running full tilt, 50 1'nvelones 5c. 1 di z Fibh Hooks lc and In October began Matting Tacks 2c a box. Tablets 1, 3, 5, S ami 10c. 12 ardsLace 5c who held the elecMiss Mary Emily Chenault left among tho many belles present wo cular rheumatism stances line lc Pencil Sharpeners lc. taking nood's Sarsaparllla. I continued Buggy Whips 10 15 20, 29 awl 4iH Mutes 2c, 4c,.5c and Cc, Whitewash Brush 20c. tion had a mortgage held over their Thursday for Fairviow Seminary, notice the name of Miss Chenault, of Its use until January when I could "go Files 3c ami 5c. White String Ties Sc doz. 1 dtiz Collar Buttons 5c. 10 inch Flat File 8c. lion Glue 7c Richmond, Ky. Miss Chenault is about as well as any one and I have had Curlers 3c. farms. All that Hanna wanted was Gaitliersburg, Md. Black Silk Siring Ties 10, 15, 20, JT Brass Pins 4c. Vegetable DipperSc. to know the man thus encumbered Black Bows 5 and 10c lilo Shanks loft Monday for St. Jo- well known in Lexington. Lexing- no acute pains since." I. W. Miknick, Tracing Wheel He. Thimbles lc. and Brush 15c Dimt Pan Silk Club Ties 10c new styles. and that he would trade. The 6equol seph, Mo., where he will spend sev- ton Herald. Grand Isle, Louisiana. Track Hammer 5e. Children's Garden Sets Rake, lloo Tacks lc School I ravon 10c box. Majruet Embroider' Silk 5c. and Spade Sc. Hammer 10c. tolls the story. But there are other eral weeks with relatives. The Chosse des Fees was Belts 10 and 2flc. 100 viN Spi-o- l Silk 4c. GIa.s Cutter 4c. Wah Pans 5, 15 and 23: ways in which the number of these Wednesday and is now ready for doz Writ ting Pens 5c. Mrs. John Feeny, Jr , arrived home Imperial Enameled tt eel Ware Milk Clark 'h Thread 4c Pocket Knives 5e up. mortgages have been reduced, first yesterday from a visit to relatives in the winter season. Bob Salter, the Is soli by all drugghts. Price $1: six for $3. Strainers 3c. 3 Penholders lc. Sfiiming Braid 5c Pan 18c. leather Watch Chains c pills to take by foreclosure and second by the dis Richmond. Bourbon News. While Tape lc. ICoking Glasses 10c and 20c. treasurer of last year, who is noted as HOOd PlIlS are the only Sarsaparllla. Padlocks 5c up. with Howl's Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 and W. S Hal Pins lc. Set Tea Sjkmjus 4c. Picture Frames 15c heartened farmer abandoning his only treasurer who ever had a surLadies' Safety Hose fcapporUr Mr. Frank L. Wardroper returned the Mourning Pins 2c 1kx. Iarge Kitchen Spoon .'k.. Set Table Spoons (5c. himself from the farm and freeing and 15c Scissors oc np. Hat Webbing lc and 2c yd. to his brother, plus, signed, very much against the Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c of new heavy burden imposed by tho mort- last we?k from a visit Bias Velvet Binding 10 and t V Webbing 5c yd. will of the club, and was succeeded appointment Anderson men, On onr Butcher Knives 10i 20 Miirblea for lc. News tells of --'crew Hooks 4c dr" z Pocket Books 2, 3,4. 5, S IOt " seeks D. L. Wardroper, at Atlanta. Lisle Webbing Sc vd. Ink 4a x DEMOCRATIC TICKET gage, gathers up his family and where Miss Birdie Zarlng, of Richmond, by C. P. Cecil, Jr. E. S. Rowland first pace the three Republicans being placed "On Steel I urry Comb 10c. Fan Scrims 10c Mmilage4c Silk Webbing 9c yd. a home in the Southern States, was president and George Guard," whilst tho following item Waiters 10c. Baby Ribbon 5c bolt 10 yanls Dols'Icup. Pencils lc. a genial climate, a fertilo soil, and a is the guest of Miss Fanny Craverson, McRoberts Hugh from the Nicholasville Democrat Match Sfaes 4c. 1 doz bkiens Silk 7e. 0 Slate Pencils lc. at Finchville. Shelbj News. hospitable welcome awaits him. All For Clerk of Court of Appeals, Rowland succeeds ILL. Montgom shows conclusively how the Civil Ser -m Miss Jean Anderson, of Versailles ery as secretary. There were about vice wind is blowing: rrir-v of the great railway system in the SAM J. SHACKELFORD, "E. Schneider was made happy bv county. south the Southern, the Seaboard left for her homo yesterday after a nineteen old members on the.rolls of Daviess a letter from Collector John W. Air Line, the Louisville and Nashville, pleasant visit to Miss Amy Smith. Bure and twelve new ones were elected. Yerkes notifying him that he had as the Nashville, Chatanooga and St. Miss Pattie Beasley, Lancaster, was The date of the first hop has not yet been reappoiuted storekeeper and For Circnit Judge SerLouis, the Iron Mountain, the Illinois in town Wednefd.iv with Mrs. Wm. been decided upon. DjuvIHo Advo-oit- gauger in the Internal Revenue bond THOMAS J. SCOTT, vice. Mr Schneider will file his of Madison county. Crntral, the Chesapeake and Ohio, Crutcher. Nicholasville Democrat. A stock to please the many and and save the monej of all who ccme. The virtue in values, the fceaut- in . and will probably bo assigned to duty complete and m-fi.and t ie Great Trunk lines penetrating sent his congratu Mr. Mrs. Laura Thomson, of Mt. SterTho following interesting item was Oct. 1. alongYerkestho announcement. chosen goods, and POWER in LOW PRICES are the daylight truths and shining realities of our with lations into Texas aro kept busy providing ling, is the guest of her daughter, found in the Courier-Journa- l: For Commnnwealth'b Attorney a stock in perfect touch with Fashion';, &c. "Miss efficient mem- selected stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, means of transportation for this vast Mrs. Ncalo Bennett, on Main street. Belle Palmer has returned to the city, He will have no moreMr. Sceneider." ments at prices you all can afford. B. A. CRUTCHER, ber of the force than of Jessamine connty. multitude of home seekers who are after taking a summer course at the Our new, fresh goods silence criticisms with honest worth and style; distrust with generous concessions in prnFriends of Col. J. J Brooks, of A Medical Student. fleeing from these mortgaged farms. welcomed him back in Rich- Chicago University Sho will resume Each student of medicine, before gradRepresentative, mond last week, for a few days' visit. her whist classes this winter. Miss uating to become a doctor, has to tinder-g- j r W. W. COMBS. COLLECTOR YERKES' REMOVALS. a catechism, to see if ha is competent Mrs. T. It. Ware and little son, Palmer has been the means of bringing Louisvillo to the front in the to practice meuicine. nere is a sample The wholesale removal of Demo-crat- e Graham, of Cumberland Gap, Tenn., Come and see this choice selection of honest qualities and learn why sensible, economical people prefer t s Countr Judge, of whist players. Misses of what he must answer: cause of general Question: Wh it is the from the revenue service by is visiting her sister, Mrs. N. B. Tur- - number T. II. SULLIVAN. t!tu' ? their money with us. Our prices will give rour dollar a new dignit'. Our fine quilities will clear away Mamie aud Morgie .Pettitand Miss weakness and tired-ou- t feeling? Answer Collector Yerkes has called forth some ptn. You'll trade with us simply because you can't duplicate the goods at our low pi ices. We are glad to welcome Maiy Johnson, who have been at Flat Poor digestion. .Ques.: What is the cause salty comments Among thcsT we Mrs. D. M. Sweets and children County Attorney, Rock. N. C, for several weeks, played of poor digestion? Ana : Catarrh of the and are pleased to show our goods. note two. the first from his home pa- - hae returned to Louisvillo after a of J. TEV1S COBB. in a v hist game there in which there lining :membrance thethe digestive organs. Our Embroideries have made a great hit, as those who partook of the feast last spring were awaiting the arrival names of the digesQnes. What are paper, tne Danville Advocate: vibit of beveral weeks to relatives were several champion players. The tive organs? Ans,: Stomach, liver and the present lot, which was announced to come, and is even more attractive than that of last spring. These beauti "Collector Yerkes has discovered here. Sheriff, women took away all : How then, the w O , are displayed is a veritable bee-hivsell at sight, and the crowded bargain Counters on which that tho revenue service, under his Mrs. G. W. Herwig, of Chicago, and Kentucky that whole section is the bow els Qnes. out feeling becan II. II. COLYEIt. cured? Ans.: Embroideries tired rehonors, and and see them. They wontlast long at the prices we ask. 12 yards Torchon Lace 5c. jurisdiction, is over burdened with Mrs. It. C. Brown, of Livingston, are sounding with praise of orBy curing catarrh of the their achieve- gans. 0uesthe What remedy digestive 3'ou would : employes, and, in order to relieve the the guests of Capt. P. P. Rallard and Circnit Clerk, ments in that popular j;ame." Miss use for this? Ans. : is the only situation, has recommended the revo- family. S. II. THORPE, JK. Palmer is a friend, and has been a internal remedv forchroniccatarrh. Pe-cation of the commissions of a numcures catarrh wherever located. Miss Suo Hume, accompanied by guest upon several occasions, of Mrs. ber of good Democrats who aro draw- her sister, Mrs. Harvey Chenault, left Qties : What in meant by the term feCounty Clerk, Waller Bennett, nee Mi6S Mary Calico 31c up Opaque and Linen Shades 20 aud 25c Corset Clasps 5c male disease? Ans.: It "means simp1', Table Oil Cloth 13c yard. ing no salary from the government, last week for Nashville to JOHN F. WHITE. of this city. Gilt Edue Cotton 5c yard, jd w i.V Machine Oil 5c Our Pet Child's Waist ISc catarrh of the pelvic organs. Ques.: Will Boy's Waists 15, 20, 40, 50, 05c but who sre eligible to an assignment Belmont Seminary. Canton Flannels 5, 81, 71, M. H, ;. Nutmeg Graters lc also cure catarrh of these or- Ladies' Rubber Combs, 5. S, 10, 13, 15, Our Best Corsets 25c whenever their services arc needed. 15c Jailer, 19 20 and 25c. Tavlor's Adjustable Embroidery Rings Cotton Towels 5 and 10c cures catarrh gan? Ans.: Yes. After a most delightful visit to rel' 25 and Outing Flannel 5. 71 and By revoking their commissions the Shoe Blacking 1, 3 and 5c. Linen Towels 5, S. 10. 13. 15, 20, 25.C5c wherever located. JAMES C. LACKEY. Dojar-nett- e 15 to 40c yd, all colors Rob Roy Corsct8 50c; long waists worth Cologne 5 to 53c A beautifully illustrated and instruc Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c dismissal of these employes is ac- atives in Virginia, Misses Anne ADAJis-FonnnOn Wednesday tive book, written by Dr. Jlartman es- - Hooks anil Kes lecard 2 dcz caul. India Linen lito 20c 75c Fine Cmnbs 3c np and Nancy W illis will return complished. But tho civil service Assessor, last, by Rov. Jasper K. Smith, Mr. V. pecially for women, will be sent free for 3 Spools Thre'ad 10c. Hosiervo to C5o Cool Corsets 33c Pocket Combh 3c np T. Adams and MibS Jennie Forbes a short time. This book is for omen Safety Pi as 2 and 3c each. order of the President positively pro- home next Friday. Ladies' Vest Fleeced (with sleee- T. 0. CURRY. Whfck Brooms, with vehettip, lCc Mountain's Cors-e- t 50c Mr. and Mrs. Walker Mason, of were united iu marriaue The bride only Adress The 20 ami 25c Dandy WaNts 45c 5, S, 10, lo, 19, 23o Tooth Drug Man Doisy Soap lc cake. hibits the removal of an emploe in is a of John Union Suits 25c up 12 doz Buttons 5c We handle W. B. and It. & G. Comets Smyrna Bouquet Soap 3c. the classified service without charges Williamsburg, returned home Friday groomdaughter of W. P. Forbes, the ufacturing CooColumbjtsOhio. Superintendent Public Schools, Ladies' Gowns 50 to 9oe. 'Adams, of A Men's Woiking Shirts 15c np C. B. R. Ball Glvcerine Soap 5c Ladies' New Collars 10c after two weeks visit among relatives Berea. a son are first preferred against him and Piano Attachment Which Imitates Seven Cuticle Soap 10c- -3 for 25c J. W. WAGERS. up Ladies' t'hemiseoO to 6Sc Men's Laundried Shirts Suspenders 5 to 50c his guilt established after a fair trial 111 tho Whites Station neighborhood. Instruments. Ladies' MiifIih Skirts 50 to Feather Dusters 15, 20, 25c Tar Toilet Soap 5c Table Liner IS to 95c 1 jzross Suspender Buttons 5c Misses Anna and LydiaMcKee, sisTrunks $1.25 to $6.25 Wool Dusters 15 It looks like the Collector's recom Coroner, Parents from a distance wishing their Cold Cream Soap 5c10, 13, 15. CLOTHING. Floor Oil Cloth 171 to 25c 18, 20, 25 The lintry Hair Crimper 3c doz uruslies incndatioti, which is practically a no- ters of the groom, accompanied Mr. children to have the advantage of Mrs. islacKinjr3So M. G. BROWN. Men's Suits S3 50 Matting 10 to ISc jd and Shell Hair Pins 5c doz np Tipton's excellent school on Broadway, tice of dismissal, is in conflict with and Mrs. It. J. Mckeo upon their briCkkws On Sunday, Sept 10, to Men's Suits "?4 75 up Capets 121c up Lace Curtains 39c up Richmond, Ky., tan find board and Hair Brushes with Glass Sc tne civil service rules, but then if the dal trip to the Nashville Exposition. the wife. of Owen Crews, a Surveyor, Men's d Suits S7.50 to Slu Curtain Poles 15c, complete Hair Brushes 10, 13, 15. 19, 20, 25c home prelection at JMre. T. Ramsey's Dre!8 STAPLE DRY (iOOD boy. Bojf' Knee Pants 2Cc op service has an overplus of employes Parasols 39c up Shields 5, 8 and 10c S. F. ROGK. Mr. llichard McKeetind bride, nee across the street. Bed Ticking 5 ! S, 10 and 15c Bos' Knee Spits 75c to SG Felt Window Shades 10 and 15c it also looks like his action was insti Mi-- s Rosa McKenna, accompanied A.Cochrax. To the wife of James Miss Ida Ramsey, a graduate in music, Corset Ibices lc. Cochran, inst., a gated by motives of economy. In by the Misses McKee, returned on Cleopas, the on the 14th the homo. boy, having been instructed by teachers of ,Wi.ylt.i,.y,g?;-CITY TICKET. delight of both Boston and Cincinnati conservaview of the fact that Democrats who Sunday from the Tennessee CentenFor Mayor A zbilIj. Walter Azbill is rejoicing tories, will give lessons on the piano at hold commissions in the revenue ser- nial. J. B. STOUFFEB. over the arrival of a boy at the same plare. Terms for board and vice are no expense to tho GovernFor City Judge Mrs. James Pratlier, of Richmond, his homo on Monday. May tho young- music reasonable. also agent for a piano Miss Ramsey is ment when they arc idle but are very spent from Saturday until Monday ster live long and prosper. Respectfully Sntmitled to ihe Cash Trade, II. C. RICE. of highest grade, superior workmanship, much in the way of the distribution with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Th"S. beauty, and unexcelled sweetness ot For City Attorney of patronage, tho natural conclusion Prather. Spears tone. Piano also has an attachment items In Nirliolas-vill- e J. TALDO V JACKSON. is that Collector Yerkes has discovwhich can bo operated in such a manner Democrat. OOt'NCILMEV. ered an ingenious way of circtmm tiDavis. Mrs. Laura Jane Chandler as to succesbfully imitate seven diirereut Mr. Cyrus Douglas returned on Davis, mother-in-laof Mrs. J. R instruments: Mandolin, harp, guitar, Court House TEVI. PICKELS. ling the restrictions placed upon him e ;f" .'JM u The attachment in no EiEEaMI Davis, R i.J Melissa White, of banjo, etc. H Citv MAUPIN. by the civil service regulations in Friday from Woomington, 111., and Madison nee Miss died the county, at Canipbells- - way afTects the construction ofwithPhiladelphia, Pa. He visited relaUniversity GIBSON, BALLARD. the matter of the disposition of the ville on Tuesday 14. The Times- - piano, which can bo used with or out it. Sold at low price for cash, or to offices under him. As everything is tives at the former placo but went Journal says : niCHMOM) DISTRICT. to purchase goods. by shrewd-ne-- s east "She belonged to ono of tho best reliable parties on installment plan 44S fair in politics, the Collector's N. B. TURPIN. Tor Magi-traT. A. Rice, of New Orleans, decided families in the county, and had many the manufacturers, Wing& Son. 440 give has excited admiration rather W. 13th St., New York City. They For Constable W. L. SIMMONS. relatives that it was better to bo with his wire ter of Mr.in tins city, blie was n sis a nine-yeguarantee, having had 25 than adverse criticism." John Chandler, who is the years experience, and will ship to nearhere during the ellow fever scare present .Mayor of Campbellsville. Mast fcae Over 100,000 vacancies several times as many vacancies aa members A Nicholasville Democrat.'in speak members Several plans; two plans give free registration one plan GUARANTEES po est depo t free of charge on 20 days trial, Su.VKit has advanced 75jJ cents per ing of the matter to a correspondent, and accordingly came up yesterday Her remains were interred 10 cents pavs for boot, containing plans and a S500.00 love story of Coliege days No c Sa expense if unsatisand let urn at their ounce since the first day of Septememployers for recommending- teachers Crosby. Monday's Courier-Jo- ur factory. Old pianos and organs taken said: "This letter on the face of it is morning. Stanford Journal. y I Rev Da. O M Sutton. SOUTH ERV TEACTIBBS BUBEAC, SUTTOt TKACHKBS' BfREA' ber; wheat has declined b& cents a violation of the Civil Service law. Miss Nellie Searcy, Mr. AVill Write them for calif k nal contains announcement of the in part payment. I 1 ,Lomsville,Kr. S.W Cor.Maln Dearborn St.. Chirac pdisjocmt ao uj.cr. since the same date. Surely this is it is a rank violation and one which Mr. Bob Christian, of death on Saturday of Mrs. Mary J. logue. Call and examine Mi&s Ramsey's Hie and icricn neurit Chraj offiif, htlbm Tieauus IwBiuIt t&tt. n"stn a Mi officn, Losby, in the 41st year of her age, at piano and you will find it to your adMark Hanna's fault.' I venture the assertion has not been Chilesburg, visited Miss Mnttie and the residence of y. I). Roy, in Jelfer-so- vantage to buy of this firm. Parties county. Burial at Nicholasville. preferring piano without attachment done by any other collector in tho Irwin Shifllett this week and took in The Lexington Argonaut says that United States. About a month ago tho Association at Union City. Deceased was the eldest sibter of can have same at lower rates. B. F. the State Democratic Campaign Com- the Commissioner sent out a circular Miss Willie Demoville left on Mon- Messrs. W. T. andTevis, Tevis. of be- Confederate Veterans Reunion Oct. 14,1897. of Clark, and Squire mittee has selectod Hon. James B. to all the employes in the district, day for a visit to Danville before reA reunion of the llth Kentucky Cavsides three brothers in Missouri. She McCreary to deliver an address in saying that they would not be dis- turning to Nashville. Miss Demo- leaves two daughters, Mrs. Ltllie 1). alry (Chenaults Regimeut) and all Lexington on October 2. II r. Mc- missed from the service unless ville is a in Madison county will be charming lady and Roy, of Louisville, and Mrs. Emma w Creary has signified his intention to charges of irregularity in office were will Ross, of Jew Orleans. held in James Coshy' woodland pasture alwajs be welcomed in Richon the Otter Creek pike, one mile from ft be present, and his address will be preferred and 10 days notice would Bennett. After weeks of suffer mond. J; ing, Mrs. Elizabeth Chenault .Bennett tow u, on Thursday, October 14, 1897. the occasion of attracting a large be given to the man against whom from everywhere All Miss Barney May Davis left this died on Tuesday evening last at G.10, nnmber of Democrats from the county the charge was made to answer it. to be, present. They will morning for Paris, 111., to be present agd 82 years and four days. Funeral are invited 10 o'clock under the sturdy and surrounding towns. assemble at Now this letter of Mr. Yerkes is cer- at the Golden Wedding of Mr. and bet vices at the residence on Wednes old I trees and reminiscences will be in, ii tainly in direct violation of the letter Mrs. Joshua Davis and will also visit day, thence her interment in tho dulged iu by all the eterans. Gov. McCreaky has accepted an Richmond Cemetery beside her husi out by the Commissioner of In- Mr. and Mrs A. B. Huston Danville band, the late Samuel Bennett, who There will bs amusements for the invitation from the regular Democ- sent Revenue." I ternal lied about ten years ago .and whose younger set, and it is the earnest desire ' Advocate. racy of Fayette to speak at the Opera that the sons and daughters obtain a six sons were his pall bearers, of Still another, the Georgetown Times pi complete roll of all present, that they Miss Pattie Beazley, of Garrard, is whom and their sister, Miss all House, Lexington, Saturday, OctoBelle may I with her aunt, Mrs. Hayden, at Bennett survive. They are Mess's tions become members of the organizali ber 2. Tho boltocrats have fused remarks: here. 1 'Mr. Yerkes Is too amiable a gen- Spears. She was in town yesterday James, William, John. David. Waller with the rads over there in order to War songs will be a feature of the day V. get a smell of the pie, but from all tleman to enter upon tho work of de- and will make a visit to relatives and S.imuel, all of whom iu their be- It is expected that everybody will bring reavement have the B we could learn, they will lose out en- capitation in the usual here before going home. Lexington ime cuciu ui jnenus.sympathy of a babkets of good things, so all w ill be fed. IJ, Airs. Lselineit Baskets will be received at Thos. B. way. He never uses stones to bring Argonaut. tirely Gov. McCrearx'sconservative until a few weeks ago, was in periect Co'.Iinb' and Covington & Arnold's aud course and efforts at a harmonious a political opponent down from a tree Mrs. A. D. Flora, of Richmond, and neaitti anu was a irequent attendant forwarded to the grounds. The list of But they, are not in town. You can only find them reunion of the factions make him a when turfts of grass will do as well. Miss Annie Kimbrough, of Orlando, upon various public exercises, enjoy- the following committees settle all quesing life to the utmost. Her home is tions as to the comfort of the crowd that His letter to the old employes, turnhere. Every article in the house has been 1 specially fine man to address the of the costliest and most beauti day: ing them out in the cold, rends as if Fla., have returned home, after a one in Madison countv and people and he will do a world of good brought direct from the leading factories 9 it was her pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. ful On Grounds James Cosby, Gott, li wherever his voice is heard Stan- it gave him great pain to write it." Brown, on Lexington avenue. Win- custom to have her children and D. R. Tevis. I in the last sixty days, and our house is K grandchildren enjoy it to the utmost l ford Journal. On Invitation Joe Collins. N. B. chester Sun. I Her death removes a familiar figure Deatherage, Capr. V. filled with nice, clean fall styles in every (i Hour's This. B. Jones, Dr. J. from our midst and is tho passing of W. Mr. Chas. A. Logan has returned, !! Harris. David The Republican Judicial ConvenWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward thing in our line. another of the venerable pioneers of Wm. Simmons, W.Chenault, Jake White, 1). Oldham. from Witlthourvillo, Ga., where he our tion at Winchester adjourned without for any case of Catarrh that cannot be beloved county. K y On Reception Maj. Thos. Th6rpe, has been preaching this summer, and making a nomination for Common cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Boyle Doty, John Donelson, W. C. it wealth's Attorney when there was F. J. CHENEY & Co , Props., Toledo. will leave in a few days for PrinceFrench, Dr. L. J. Frazee, Joel Tribhle, I" ton to resume his Theological studMrs, Marin Lynn, Mrs. J.is. Coshy, Miss iiounng 10 uinaer tnem. Tins, says 0. ies. Shelby Sentinel. Miss Marietta Jones. Lydia McKee, the Nicholasville Democrat, is a comInjury lo tho Mother ol Marion Green. We the undersigned, hive known F. On Entertainment Dr. L. H. BlanPhone, No. 21. One of the pleasantest social affairs fij pliment to Mr. Ben. A. Crutcher. His J. Cheney honorable iu all business Mrs. Nancy Phelps Geen, ton, Hon, J. B. MiCrearj. C. D. Pattie, in prospect for the week is that of 01 tne late Marion Ureen, fell mother Rev. J. K. Smith, Rev. G. W. Young. popularity in tho district is attested transactions and financially able to carry as she zs$ tho Shakerton tt Ip to be given by Mr. was arising from her chair on Thurs- Mrs. A. W. Smitli, Mi3 MaryTribble, by the delegates from Jessamine and out any obligation made by their firm. day night and fractured her left hip. Mrs. John Donelson, Mrs. N B. Death-eragwlrle one Republican lawyer from West &. Trnax. Wholesale Druggists. and Mrs. Harry Milward, in honor of The r guest, Miss Wagers, of Irvine. ago, injury, considering Mrs. Green s Ellison,Mrs. Maggie Evans, Misa Sallie Clay county wanted the nomination Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin Hi years, renders the occurrence Muss Katie Blanton. m ho was given no encouragement. Mr. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Lexington Herald. On Music I. P. Simaion8, R. C. II. the more lamentable News of the iss Maiy Pattie, Mrs. L. J Crutcher has served the district faithMS Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalR. E. Roberts, of Richmond, is hero accident was everywhere received Covington fully, and having done his full duly ly, acting directly upon the blood and and will probably locate at this place with r gret. Mrs. Green is not only Frazee. Mi Jne Dudley. A be the Republicans adjourned their con- mucous surfaces of thes stein Price 75c and practice law. Paris Kentuckian. but nrgood health and wonderfully dred nation a salute ofa45 guns will sam. and Confederate at 9:30 vention at Winchester without giving per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Can th's be our Prof, h'oberts, who re if ved mental faculties rendered lute of IB guns at 4 p. 111. Come aud spend one day in talking him opposition. free. last j ear graduated in law at the hoi .1 most companionable frend. laiuuu the death of ner son. Marion, over the old days of war and hard University of Missouri? In selected Quartered Oak, Curly Birch, rfcg jriTt'iVirW3'l euimroi tne register, stie lias been marching. liviugalone with her aged sister, Miw? sBird's Eye Maple and Curly Judge J. C. Chenault, while in sriT kfe WZZ7Z PAINT LICK. JMttie I'neips. and a little servant mm r. i.' i i "inu: .on Monday, called upon girl. ft; H3; Frankfort, too poorly to "Aunt" Kttlie is Judge and Mrs. A. R. Bitrnam at do anything, and this accident to Mrs. at Misa Anne Francis is attending school iG and Curly Birch, Separate Bedsteads, Lancaster. their home, the handsome Pepper Green turns the household into a hos"mm Bora, to the wife of Mr. Jack Adams, Iron Bedsteads, cheap, medium and residence. They are happily located pital. Friends are kindly administer-tngt- o on the 15th, a boy. son high-price- d and have been given a cordial re- Mr. A. their necessities, whilst a with Sideboards, Chiffoniers and Fish & Co. have the contract for furC. Green, is constantly ception by the people of the Capital. his mother and aunt. nishing Berea College with beef. Wardrobes, China Closets, Combination Mr. Georgetown, James M. Cornelison, a graduato of Rcom For Hew Men But None For Old was in T. H. Bradley, oflast week. and Library Book-Case-s and Ladies' our audit one'day m C. U. 'SMJ, who has been spending the Are you interested, in Carpets, Ones. Miss Fannie Parkes spent last week in Desks, Extension Tables in all grades summer at Middlesborough as clerk Rugs or Furniture The wholesale discharge of Demo- Scott county, the guest of friends thete. and styles, Chairs of every description. in the Blue Grass Grocery wi.s in our crats from the revenue service on the Mr. A. K. Lackey, Jr., is sojourning at rWSi city a few days last week visiting his grounds cited by Collector Yerkes, Colorado Springs for the benefit of his Dg. L Do not fail to come, look through and parents and friends. He returned viz: "Too many In the service," health. get prices, then you are, sure to buy. queer when we read of the ' Mr. Henry L. Wallace did not sell his to Danville, this being his second sounds farm 011 Saturday, hut took it down after year in tho Theological Seminary. This Opportunity is For 75 receiving a bid of 50 for iu Awarded T" Miss Mary Little's homo on LanMr. I. C. Rucker iu sick at his home Highest Honors World's Fair, ajgl We hope he will soon rt; mm in caster Avenue was the scene on coer and return to his post. The chanre in our firm neees Friday evening of ono of the prettiest Mr. R. L. Beasley still retains his positutes the disposal on. very entertainments of the season. It was sition witii the Bodmaun Tobacco short notice of many lines of a reception iu honor of her guests, the !0m Hone, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 1JS good Misses "Vvbrthington, of Greenville, Mrs. W, T. Short left on Sunday for a mm Miss. Tho handsome Little residence visit to her mother, in Arkansas She 1U mm ii will bts abcent several weeks. was crowded. with fair women and Mrs. .Bessie England and children, of handsome men, who were afforded w j Barhourville, are visiting her father's an evening of social delights which it Ll family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. A price on them that will move mm will be long an pleasantly romem-bereMr. Wm. B.Lane hasretnrned from a the Quickly. A sumptuous, supper was to Rloomingtou, III., and reports isit Come and'look them over YnnV TtrTinof AJl. xrrUV. Ann $1M l very thing theio in a- - prosperous conserved the guests. U 1 JXli ' J " dition. Among those from a distanco who Mr. Chas. Hardin was married on attended .Miss Heath's recital were: Saturday evening at Crab On hard to c Mrs. T.J. Foster "and MrsJoa McMiss Victoria 1 timer1 and "will reside Corner Mala sad Broadway, Lexington, Ky. p eeptl-lj Lear here. a Id Allister, cf Stanford, Mrs. John Em-br- y - MOST PERFECT MADE. of Harrodiditti-jf- , ikB Neville Davis, '-. and Prof. Holldway,of Nicholas- A pare Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. F :. .. i MW b0H ville. Since acoeptiug the position of from Ammonia, Alum or any other aduH&ant, ' who ha May thecharmiaoiueet'of iliewie Denny." recanted Willie , V i nielocution ieohc at "the Harding 40 YEASS3THB STANDARD. V) s3 PERSONAL. Carbuncles A la SAVING rHljffiffli IsTOTXOIfcTS . Fi-d- MHMEiVnilUinHI i were-counte- the-me- n Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 1 I vice-preside- nt 1 m r7 ffci w L- e. BARGAINS--- h ui tola It's To-Morr- ow's kliss!o n-qui- " Cyn-tliian- a. TPrij QsIt Mans Plasur the' - ant Profit. lat e. -- eak-nessa- Pe-ru-- na nsroTicoNTs.. ru-n- a 4a Bur-na- re-ent- er MARRIED. s. Pe-ru-n-a Pe-ru-n- a c Pe-ru-- na Brut-he- Mi-t-- es e BIRTHS. c All-wo- ol Sitin-hne- ; Wait For Our Millinery Opening. W "mi S DEATHS. w roprietor. Hall-MERSH- ON, te ar TEACHERS WANTED! . 4 S 69-7- to-da- v." "Vor-mac- I IB f P rei Mad-i-o- n, MAY jly21-2- BE (A OTHERS .116 Kcssoii wnyif X Freeman .Brothers are making such a sweeping reduction in tho prices of cold-blood- Boots and Shoes Is that their fall and winter stock is about all in and they are com pel led to make room for them, jow is the time to get a BAHGAIN. I LOCAL,, reenian Bros., I First Street, e, th-i- '&MMMSMMWlMM s s ls 1 wte sept-1-l- m m vssas im A .ri.i t.t. -- -- ill -- Pointer. HI il gls IF SO, Ion. H il VRR?W7SS?R?5?S5?i50C7 lentucky Shoe Grain Drills DR We Have Put lCr-'- V -- Mm BAKING POWDtB m and Superior Disc Grain Drills H low at d. uchanaii& ' --- liD.B:SliackelfnrdCn v j- ii G. F. y MOWER 1 GO. "" liggerstal 1 Pllt. "" -- "VIIU in til '. X&i. V .4U i,- these drills and increase your p i&i vm one thfrcL :. Mrffiiir " i- mm .. ..V-- w -- XEi.ir , - iiZix1' cir,t- - - - - ' Tk -- 4 stei. ',!:". v The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY Sf ' 53?" .. a -- CS ? Fdt horses and mule colts wanted Residence Robbed. at Fox's stable, next Tuesday. Said ol Mr. McKee's Marriage. Silver Creek Vanquished. SEPT. 22, - - 1S07 s. Pare leaf Jartl 7c at Gus Mnrgo-len'- "Gov." Powell's residence on the Tales Creek pike, near Slain street, was broken into on Sunday nffrnoon and $20X0 d Six heavy tumblers for 25c at Gus Margolen's.Eight bars Ienox soap for 23c at Gus Margolon's. Only two new buggies unsold at John Donelson's. Ten bars Good Luck soap for 25c. at Gas Mnrgoleu'fi. J. E Cosby sold to J. B. Dozier 35 165 lb hogs at 4 cents. "White's drugstore was robbed lion-danight of SJG. No clue. y in cash was stolen. Partof this was found in an adjacent and it is probable the balance will be recovered. ,, A Suggestion to Merchants. A certain merchant at Paris thus advertises for wheat: "As a substitute for money we will exchange you Sl.OO's worth of any kind of dry goods, or merchandise, in our business, for every bushel of wheat you will bring us." The Turner-Sebastia- The Lexington Herald says of the nuptials last week, fully described in our last issue: 'Miss Uosie .McKenna, of Lexington, and Mr. 'Richard Mc vee, of Richmond were married yesterday jnorning at 8 o'clock nfc St. Paul's Church, Father Barry officiating. A wedding breakfast at the home of the bride, on Main ami Jefferson streets, followed the ceremony at the church. A number of friends were present at the breakfast, who also enjoyed a peep at the handsome and numerous bridal presents. The bride and groom left yesterday evening for Nashville to attend the Exposition." McKee-McKenna Madison Items In n Case. lilt. Nicholasville Lebanon. Democrat, The champion base ball team of Silver Creek 'was defeated 14- -7 on the campus Saturday by Mike all American team. The latter was composed of town and college players and was better team than the visitors had expected to meet. However, they took their defeat gracefully, and the victors were no less gracious and considerate. The net proceeds of tho game, which gotted up by Mr. C. S. Powell, amounting to $10 was presented to the Infirmary The Silver Creek team is composed of good players nnd gentlemanly fellows, and will al ways be welcomed in a contest with the town boys. En-right's n- - all lircr Ills, bilious- - t--. ness, Iiewlaehe, sour stom- ach, Indigestion, constiiia- - tji tlon. They act eaally, with. out pain or Rripe. Sold by alt 25 cent. The onlj JH1U Jo take with Jlood-- i Saraparilla. dire Hood's llj. pj- drnf-jrtst- j. ill 9 HI K Ambrose was killed by Wilson, a wealthy farmer, a "train near Midway. jn-a- s How long have you been coughing- -a day, a week, a month, a year? Dr.NBelPs Pine Tar Honey will cure that coudi. There can be no doubt of it, because it has cured many others equally severe. Every ono should investigate the merits of this great remedy. it Louis Simmons, a miner, was crushed to death by a train at Jellico. color-matter fhe Throttle Thrown Wide Open.. THE ENGINE THAT "WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE Sensational Contest. Busy Bee Cash (S It Stores i 4 Mr. Wm. Stapp,of Madison county, Judge Saufley refused to grant a Sam Willerford, tho man who reLack of vitality and TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. in the now trial for Tudor, sentenced for visited Mr. Jackson Stapp Saturday cently ate CO eggs, a dozen apples bulbs cnnseB the hair to fall out and turn years for complicity in the and Sunday. Masons fruit cans 45 cents per twenty-on- e and a big onion at Paint Lick at one n Mrs. "W. D. Sanders, of Madison sitting, an account of which was gray. We rernmmend Hall's Hair killing at Lancasdozen at Gus Mnrgolen's. TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. to prevent baldness and grayness. ter. The attorney then prayed an ap- county, visited Mr. F. Taylor, of this given in these columns, has como to s comA new stock of It peal from the court of appeals, which place, Saturday and Sunday. tho front again by being challenged ing in at John Donelson's. Pnlh-W. I. Sanders visited friends in by Col. Bill Lucas, of tho Berea was granted The judgement was in !ge Duncan of I.ewishnrg, is Already they are unloading at our door, ear load after car load of boxes filled with new-Fal- l Ono pound can Hand "W. pine suspended until action by the latter Madison county last Sunday, neighborhood, to an con- ded. Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almostlarge enough Mr. Jackson Stapp visited friends in test for the championship and door court could be had- - Turner is still in apple 10 cents at G. Margolen. One advantage of taking Ayer's for small dry goods stores within themselves. is almost impossible to pass the streets Madison last week. receipts. The challenge has been acto j urify the blood that you Fat horses and mule colts wanted jail. in front of our store. Several ot our farmers are hauling cepted by WiPerfortl and the two need not infringe upon yourhhours of laTo The People. at Fox's stable, next Tuesday. lumber from Valley View reporting I am a candidate for the office of that they get a lower price of same men arc to meet .st J dnt Lick in tho bor nor deny yourself any food that F. W. Williams is the Democratic No Tariff added, no Bad Debts, nothing to cause our Our shelves, our leges our upstairs department, ourbase-nicu- t County Attorney of Madison. If elect- quality of lumber thero.than they near future when the contest will agrees with you. In a word, you arc not condidate tor Constable in Yates. customers and friends to pay an advance on a single article and atlicsare all bending and groaning under tho take place. Willi, ford has the repu- compelled to starve or loaf, while takinc ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall can in this county. bought from ns this season. enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them. tation of being tLo b'ggcst glutton it. These are recommendations worth Protracted meeting began .it be, "equal and exact justice to all peoTwo Madison county farmers on White Lick, oir ono or two s considering. near Kirksville, Sunday night. it ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall passed through here Saturday with having almost created a famine Arguments are being made in the Mc John DoneKon finds it a hard be my constant endeavor to secure a pru hemp for the Nicholasville market, in that section by filling up his caYou will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don employ an unexperienced dent and economical administration of which they disposed of at $3 and $3.25. Gill murder trial at Padueah. matter to keep a stock of vehicles. buyer to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our ..helves and piled up on our pacious maw. Lucas is considered the fiscal affaire ot the county, and thus counters has been selected with great care by a buyer who L .s had years of experience; Before going on a sea voyage or into See Master Commissioner's notice a pretty good eater and Willerford A Playmate ol Lincoln. reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I who knows a "good thing when he sees it." to creditors elsewhere in this issue. seems to rather dread him, having the country, be sure and put a box of Tho Hodgenville Herald says that solicit your aid. Grant E. Liily. pv Ayer's Pills in your valine. You m.iv in an humble log cabiu, surrounded had a similar contest at a negro festi-tFat hoases and mule colts wanted Lost Pocket Book and Twenty Dollars. some-timago when both parties, have occasion to thank us for this hint. Our campaign against high prices this season will be the Great 6tocks of Calicos arc piled upon the streets and by tho vine clad Muldraugh's hills, at Fox's stable next Tuesday. in the store and some of the very best brands are only :Me Dr. Paul Smith, who is hero from in a quiet and obscure part of LaRue after devouring nearly everything be- To relieve constipation, billionsness, and J. T. Heathman and Bettie Heath-ma- Fayette. Mo., visiting his cousin, Mr. count-- , per yard. Bring your wagons anil load np. We don't hottest fought ba'.tje in the history of our business. We lives the venerable playmate fore them, were paid to leave the ta- nausea, Ayer's Pills arc the best in the offer you one yard at thid price, but 1 COO yards if you of Poosev, married Saturday. J. W. Smith, while out hunting with of Abraham Lincoln Mr. Austin ble with their stomachs still unfilled. world. They sre also easy to take. It want them. set the pace for competition and let them follow. Lots of fun at Donelson's with Messrs Harvey and Waller Chenault Gollnher or "Uncle Austin," as hiB But he says ho wears the bolt as the In a wreck on the Wabash railroad, champion enter in his section of tho in three men trying to buy the same last week, lost his pocket book con- LaRue county friends delight in Missouri two men were killed. Blankets of all descriptions bought in lots. As Canton Flannels, bought direct fiom mills in solid car taining twenty dollars. As they rode buggy. him, whenever they meet at county and declares that he will hold we have two great stores to buy for we can save our the championship or make Lucas 'Be regular and punctual in all things" many a "Hani Earned Dollar" on Klankets. We lots. A great saving to our customers, as we can sell them Police Terrill will enforce over the farm for several miles there his home to talk oyer with him the open ! Willerford has the was one of the old maxims taught lone sell them a nice white bed blanket, 4 size, large enough bicycle law hereafter, $5 fine for rid- - is little hope of finding the purse, but scenes and incidents of his 'simple bust wide for any bed, at 4S- - per pair. tr you at ictail and give you wholesale prices. next spring some plowman will strike child-lif- e when he was a playmate of advantage of Lucas in reputation and ngo. The last is not forgotten, but the ing on the sidewalk. size, but Lucas seems to have no ap- first is scarce remembered, so irregular is a small Klondike when he least ex- the lamented Lincoln. "Uncle AusClifton Burgin's meat house was pects it. the The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress tin" is again a child and a very feeble prehension and says he will show two the life of most people nouadas. The entered by thieves last week and White Lick gourmand a thing or only corrector of this evil is Simmons Elder Matt Campbell Dead. Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our one physically. The old gentleman bonie fine hams taken. is now rapidly rounding out his term in eating when they meet, and no Liver Regulator, which keeps the liver Brag" Department. After a painful illness of gangrene doubt the price of hen fruit will go active and prevents the ills of irregular 11. J. Clay rented the Chenault Ninety-on- e of earthly existence. Elder Madison Campbell, for nearly farm, advertised in the Climax, to half a century pastor of the United years of active life has well nigh up after this contest comes off. The living: Dyspepsia, Biliousness ConstipaSmall wears and notions of all kinds in lare quantities The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or "W. S. Duncan for f 100(3. worn-o-ut the machinery that has so affair is being well advertised by the tion, etc. It also cures these troubles. , p Colored Baptist Church, died on are to be had in this great Emporum of Bargains. If ynii overcoats can be found here. Our Paint Lick people, and a large crowd It night, in his 74th year. He was long been subject to his active mind, is expected to witness what will un need anything from a lc paper of pins to a steam Protracted meeting began Monday suits and overcoats are the dpath knell to all competition. engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. 1 hey fit better, they Jook nicer, they wear longer and thev The National Raid Parliament met night at Union City, Revs. Gamboe the most influential member of his and tie lies in bed a helpless man, to doubtedly be an interesting sight. They are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' ( todav at Nashville. race in Madison county, and was an be waited on as he were an infant and Tinsley olllciating. are double knee, double seat and elastic wai.--t bands, warA Strange Cass. upright citizen and christian. Fun- Kentucky Men Honored by the University of ranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take Ofilce Allman is nnrsinga sprained Scrofula Rheumatism. The Stanford Journal thus tells of a Nervous Va. Law Class. a ppecial pride here, as ptett3 stylish Cloaks are greatly stepping into a eral services today," conducted by ankle as a result of "My daughter has been afflicted with Kev, T. H. Broaddus, and Elder strange death which occurred there admired bv even one and our Cloak Department is filled A special from Charlottesville, Va., We are the leaders iu prices on all lines of Boots and hole in the pavement on Second St, Smother, of with beautiful tliWs. Call and look through nhrther you Tuesday, which has few parallels scrofula and rheumatism and she was Versailles. Shoes. Sjecial attention paid to this stock. Special prito Courier-Journ- last under date of Sept. 19, need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you very nervous. We concluded to buy a Joe Kindig, of Philadelphia, will in newspaper annals: ces made all through the line, stock larger and more comDeclined With Thanks. says: through. bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. After she plete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them 2S, be at Fox's btable Tuesday, Sept. The daily prayer for months of "Yesterday was Kentucky Jday at O. C. McWillinms, of White Station, up. Prices lower than ever made. and wants to buy fat horses and Mrs. Maria Warren to be at rest was had taken four bottles she was cured of received notice from Collector Yerkes the University ot Virginia. At a answered Tuesday, when death came all her troubles, since then we have almule colls. Don't he the lat one to call and see this immense stock last wee that he had been assigned to meeting of the law class the following suddenly and with little fpam. She ways kept Hood's Sarsaparilla on hand." of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the best things with drawWe have a man's Ribbed Vest, T. II. Bradley, of Georgetown, are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the job as government store- officers were elected: President, C. got up that morning apparently in J. A. Elliott, Sandy Springs, Tennesers to match, heavy weigirt, that we can sell at 25c each shipped two car loads of walnut logs aSladay Moore's distillery, crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome and be last season at U)e. keeper at near V. Miller, of Irvine, Ky., Vice Presi- her usual health and attended to her see. that beats the world. Same that from Paint Lick Monday for the En- Lawrcnceburg, waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for VMs. with pants, winter weight, 1'.), Ladies' dent, Brutus J. Clay, of Paris, Ky.; but Mr. McWilliam's household duties, prepared things past patronage, e are , d Kibbed Vests and glish market. worth 25c. Childien's business at home would not permit of Treasurer. J. F. Minor, of Staunton, for dinner and stirred around con. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do pants from 8c np, winter weight An elegant line of la; Historian, C. M. Owsley, of Lan1 " Only one of the three men got the his leaving and he o notified Mr. Va. Respectfully, at ery low prices. dies' and gents' fine Underwear in siderably. Miss Emma Warren was not purge, pain or gripe. All druggists. buggy at Donelson's, but the other Yerkes. He is a Gold Standard Dem- caster, Ky. sick and at home and she told her to The uprising in Guatemala is of a se- (IgjgSp--''- ' Mr. Miller is a Bachelor of Arts of two left their orders for one each of ocrat and served a similar position lie on the couch, but Mlrs Emma told rious nature i iEi- - V " Unithe same kind. under Collector Bodes, at Silver Centre College, and also of Yale her to use it herself and she would versity. He took a very high stand When your stomach beuins to trouble go up stairs and lie down. S' e had Lewis D. Craig, who superin Creek. in his junior year, and was elected The Handsomest in Town. not been gone long until she henrd yon, it need- help. The help it needs, is tended the construction of the K. C. President by the unanimous vote of road and was located here, died in The handsomest exclusive millin- the law class. Mr. Clay is a Bachelor Mrs. Warren gasp and going down to digest your food, and, until it gets it, ery establishment in town is that of Art of Princeton University and she found her in convulsions Dr you won't have any peace. Stomach Frankfort on Monday. Hugh Reid happening to pass at the tronblei- very distresing, very obstinate, Ballard Brs., of Whites Station, whichMiss Tempie Oldham has open- a nephew of the Hon. C. M. Clay. ed in the storeroom west of Anner's Mr. Owsley is a Bachelor of Science time was called in and he suggested very dangerouB. Many of the mosj danshipped two car loads of hogs to Cinwhisky and water be gerous diseases begin with simple indicinnati last week which they sold jewelery store on Main. Its location of Centre College. He was Centre's that a drink of and adaptability are unquestioned, representative in the intercollegiate given her. She heard it and said, gestion. The reason is that indigestion from $1.23 to $4.35 per hundred. weak no whilst the stock of goods and the abilcontest in 1894, and yester- "Give mo water, but I will drink an- ens the system and allows disease germs M. F Denny, aged about 54 years, ity of the trimmers are unexcelled. oratorical Soon she went into and applause whisky." died at his residence at Union City Miss Oldham will have her millinery day won the admiration convulsion and in less than half to attack it. The antidote is Shaker Diof all in his speech nominating Mr. other leaves a wife opening on Oct. Mmday afternoon, and an hour was dead dead as she had gestive Cordial, Strengthening, nourishit will be Miller for the pressdency. a i Js"ven children to mourn his loss. Four local tobacco warehouses are hoped always to die, suddenly and ing, curothe. It cures indigestion and of the ordinary as sho has A Housiold Necessity. Never before in the history c f tho said to be contemplating a consolidation. spent some time in the cities perfect- university did so many honors in the withoutboingatrouble toothers. Mrr. health. It does this by strengthening J. "W. Ballard rented privately ol No family should be without Foley's the stomach by helping it to digest your on of the farms he had advertised, ing her knowledge of the art and lay- law department go to students from Warren's maiden name was Maria Colic Cure, for all bowel complaints. FOUND. VanPelt and she was born Feb. food. It nourishes you. Shaker Diges known jvs the old Ballard home, con- ing in new goods. W. G. White Richmond, Ky. one State. The Kentucky boys have Limb making At W. G. White's drug store, a marher 7S years old. She tive Cordial is made of pure herbs plants 19. 1819, taining 300 acres to Buster Galloway A Sell Supporting Cow. taken a high stand at the university, M vDi,wv Circuit Coubt- velous cure for all kidney complaints, was married three times, first to Jas. and wine, is perfectly harmless and will for "iu. and no citizen of the. old Common- Dawson by whom sho had two child- certainly cure al! genuine stomach trouBoston has a yellow fever scire. BROKERAGE and ce 4iewo)- a iieira, - xiaiBuna, i N'otiee nervous exhaustion and temale weakness Mr. B. F. Jacobs, of Irvine, is reINSURANCE J (' Miller and Jim Neale have sponsible for the following: A man wealth need he ashamed of her rep- ren, only ono of whom are living, Dr. ble. Sold by druggists, prico 10 rents to Jesse Newby's Heirs, - Defcsdaats. It is Foley's Kidney Cure, sept-l-lIt Saves the Croupy Children " mare, DY virtue of a judgment of the Madfces Cir-iitcrod thir n in judicial circles in Cen- resentation here." It County and City Claims Vs.-AV. Dawson, of Cleveland, O., who $1 CO per bottle. have a splendi sale State Seaview, James Robinson, who murdered his cuit Court, rendered at the betrtenfeer Turn K. V. G.. in the $5000 Stock Farm tral Kentucky owned a cow which Miss Heath's Dramatic Recital Never Ex- J. . .... 1. j.vc...vu. tifltl T..rrfil,r Bought I thereof. 1S97. the UBtlercgBetl Speeial Com-was paralyzed two years ago and wife, died in jail at Mount Holly. N. J. Gen. Andrade was elected President on iitiamueriaiii a vuuj," missioner of the sjhI court, will or stake to be trotted next month at had contracted the bad habit of suckFire Insurance Comcelled Here. whose helpless condition had been of Venezuela. our customers coming from far and near, panies represented. Lexington. Land For Sale. ing her abundant fiowof lacteal fluid. Many highest terms. The fondest expectations of friends the subject of so much concern to the sneak of it in the Agent for New York Fidtlitv Thursday, A Caro For 311Iou3 Colic. Walking Denmark, the premium Noticing that she kept sleek and fat numerous and true were fully real- aged mother. Her husband lived and Casualty Co. have eaid that their children would have, I have 175 acres of good land situaCough ted on the Richmond and Otter Creek the owner contrived a yoke which- al- ized on Thursday night by the per- about 10 years after their marriage 1. S.Morsaddle stattion belonging to XF"Will write you accident Recource, Screven Co, Ga. I have died of croup if Chamberlain's 1897. between the hours of 10 s m ami 4 p.m . policy or go on your bond for gan, of White Stallion, will be sold on lowed tho cow to draw all the milk formance of Miss Nannette Heath at and a few years after his death, she been subject to attacks of bilious colic Tt.mpdv had not been c"nen. Kellam pike, two miles from Red House, that at the Jesse Newby homeplice on the w.rrs small premium. of Tate s Creek in Madison countv. Kv . 1 , county court day, Oct 4, in front of from one sido, leaving the other for her dramatic recital in this city. Her married Burton McKinley, who only for several years. Chamberlain's Colic &Ourren. The 25 and 50 cant sizes for I wish to sell either as a whole or in mile- from Richmond. Kv . prot-- ed t ;;ll the his rather numerous family. The cow two years study at the Boston Con lived some three years. About 20 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the sale dy W G. White Richmond Ky. separate tracts, 75 acres in one Office in Masonic Buildincover the court house. following described tracts of land lying ami being in Madison county, Ky Covington & Mitchell. kept in good condition while allowed servatory of Oratory, and her gradu- years ago sho married Mr. James R only sure relief. It acts like a charm. tract and 100 acres in tae other. It is 1st. Tbe place known a the Jee Newby There will be big picnic at Slate septZMw this diet, aud it is said never rehigher than awarded in Warren, who attheageof 91 preceded One dose of it gives relief when all othhome place lyinj on the Tate's Creek pke 5', A rigid yellow fever quarantine is e all in cultivation under good fence, Lick spring next Saturday. Speak- quired anything else in the food line. ating honors miles from Richmond. Ky.. coataiunwt 119 r. years, entitled us to expect much and improvements nith plenty of acres, more or less, said kind has a splea-liing and dances will be the features This seems to he something of an five gifted young friend. That the her to the crave but a few months er remedies fail. G. D. Sharp. For ing maintained all over the South. residence thereon, with excell-Mrs. of our Mrs. Warren was one of nine child- sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. The 75 acre tract has a new house alt ood orchard, all necessary of the day's. Come everybody and enThe Ladles. endless chain atfair. fences in good conlition, all of the sad kind high hopes of all were realized is ren, only two of whm servivo, Mrs. on it. For further information apply joy a day outing. I perfect safety being of the first quality and in a high statu of The pleasant effect an opinMary J. Murphy and .Mr. Wm. to J. Tevis Cobb or myself. cultivation, being all in gras3. An Entirely New Business For Richmond. evidenced by the unanimity of Fire at North Manchester, Ind. with which la lies may use Svrnp of Figs, 2nd. Also another tract of land containing Circuit Court has been in session ion expressed after the performance. Jacob Huouely. of Indianapolis. For 60 years 27 8IMW acres, more or less, and Is knowa as favThos. J. Smith, Jr. has opened a Mr. caused a Ls3 of $70,000. under all conditions, nnkes it their weeks but only two convictions three tract of land, satd land is the The charity of friendship or the deceased had been a member of the brokerage and insurance office in the situated on the B. N. I A B. R. R. aad dioB! orite remedy To get the true and genfor felony liave been had: Daniel Skinusual charm of local talent were not Christian church and wa3 in every Hd the land of Sid Kanatzar on the aort The man who stands idly by and sees TRUSTWORTHY AN'D Kanatzar on ner for housebreaking and Win. Prew-it- t, suite of rooms in the Masonic Building required to elevate the quality or in- way a good and true woman. She the life fading out of lift wife's face, uine article, look for the name of ttie WANTED gentlemen or ladies to R. J. White. Jr., has a fine farm for on the south the west. a Mapu? Grove Taran.'tei This is splendid piece of Lib 1. Covington & Mitchell, and is makover California Fig Syrup Company, printed travel for responsible, established sale, containing 85 acres of g tod land is in a fine state of cultivation and has gMd horse stealing, two years each. crease tho interest of the exhibition, knew that her Kedeemer liveth and pees her health going, sees her heenm-miwhen ing a specialty of buying State, county old and faded and house in Kentucky. Monthly, $t.00 and nice improvements, 2$ miles from fences on it another tract of tract of land confor it stands alone as worthy of lofty was impatient to go to Him and find she should still be in the wrinkled enjoy near the responsible druggists. 3rd. Also perfect A press dispatch from Ford says: and city claims, as .veil as carrying on a sept-l-lPosition steady. Ref Richmond for sale privately. sep22-2- w taining 32 acres, more or less, and known s tho u ment of vigorous, useful health, is either erence, iinciose set land, situated on Honest Ran Quite a sensation was sprung here general Fire and Accident Insurance praise from all sources alike, friend rest, sweet rest. Elder Joseph resseu Branch, being about ', mile from the Tate's Ten thousand miners are now on a stamped envelope. The Dominion preached the funeral discourse at less than a man or else does not know of last evening by the announcement of business. This is a new enterprise for or stranger critic Indeed, Miss quality, deek turnpike. Said land is of good it bring her strike in the Hazelton. Pa., district. remedy which will Company, Dept. W. Chicago, ik! has a comfortable dwelling house on the marriage of Mr. Malcolm Maupiu Richmond, and will be thoroughly Ap- Heath was very brave to face .an her late home, assisted by Elder the one health aud stength. Perhaps back to fences and abundance ot never failing water. septl audienco of home people, and it must Joseph'Severance. and spoke of her her husband cannot persuade her to go school one containing 5BV. and Miss Lizzie Edwards, both of preciated as soon as its merts are under1th. Another tract of land "Mv boy came home from acres, more or less, known as the FOE SALS. tnat city. They were married one stood. Mr. Smith has the capital to have taxed her to the utmost to give in the most praiseful words as a wo- to her doctor, because sho naturally day with his hand bully lacerated and land on the waters of Tate's Creek aad voire and gesture to the difficult se- man and a Christian, after which dreads the inevitable "examinations" and bleeding, and suffering great pain." says lying along the Tate's deei pike about . year ago in Jellico, Tenn. make a success of the undertaking, and lections without a tremor or mistake. miles from Richmond, Ky , being in grass and Two thoroushbred stallions. Elkwood treatments." He can persuade her, many friends followed the remains to 'local Meyer Bros.' under a good fence and in a state of good if she needs persuasion to take Dr. Pier- Mr. E. J. Schall, with Last week one looking through the the patronage he has already re- Her graceful poses and cultivated Buffalo Cemetery. iSuburban winner), "Dunboyne," both truly Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the winners. For particulars write to ce's Favorite Prescription. This 3th. Another tract of land containing US', commodious ware room of S. L. Midkilf. ceived attests the need of just such an manner only heightened the charm acres, more or less, known as the John Xewbv wondertul medicine has cured hundreds wound, and applied Chamberlain's Pain Attractive "Woman. on Third street would have concluded office in Bichmond, not to mention the of her own sweet personality which tract lying on Stony Fork and the Kentueky PETER POSTELL, of women after the best physicians have river, having two comfortable dwelling hees Why is ore woman attractive and an- failed. It has been in constant use and Balm free'y. Alt pain ceased, and in a Hopkinsville, Ky. augll-2i- n he intended to quit business. He had, esteem and confidence of his friends. thereon, is well timbered and predates good she infused and completely lost in remarkably short time it healed without atcorn and wheat. Said land will be sold as a other not? The most admirable and tested every day for thirty years. It isn't sold nearly all of his buggies and baA Bucket Shop Busied. tho spirit of each piece. whole or in parcels to suit purchasers, if k be sprains, thing about an attractive woman an experiment, there are no chances leaving a scar. For wounds tractive found that it will bnng more money soM la and you rouches. But go there While her taste leans towards trag- is Georgetown merchant and two aboutjt. It is a ceitain cure for all dar- - swellings and rheumatism, I know of no parcels. A her wotnnnlines. Everybody will see a full room of the nicest and TERMS All of said land will be fokJ to the edy, in which she is superb, her a wonanly woman. She must haveadmires angements, weakness, irregularities ami medicine or prescription equal to it. 1 county farmers were in together of the purhighest and best bidder, health, displacements of internal organs pecucheapest buggies ever brought to this Scott chase money to be due anJ payable ia six (6) necessity." The a comic impersonations in "Seeing of to break a "bucket shop" branch of consider it a household because without it she would liar to women. sept-l-lcouise, in twelve (12) month?, and months, market. in eighteen (lt the remaining Cincinnati concern in buying wheat Things at Night," "This little Pig I will sell at public sale to the highest 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. G. eyes, the full brightness of months, all of the purchase money bearings If you need anything in granite on margins. The merchant put in Went to Market" and "Tho Sleeping lose theher cheeks and her vivacity. Real Additional suspected cases of yellow White Richmond Ky and best bidder, on my premises. sept-l-lper cent, from date of sale, tne purchaseror her ness of the hours of 10 and lloMork, ware go to Gus Margolen. lie has $2,250 and cleared $25 000. The far- Car Scene," fully attest the versatilpurchasers to execute bond to the said Special fever were reported at New Orleans. realCommissioner for the said purchase money There was a jail delivery at Nashville. a. in., on new line which he mers are brothers, and one put in ity of her genius, and won applause health must mean that a woman is just received a with good security, said bonds to have tho ly a woman. That she is strong and perMake the Most of Yourself. force and effect of a judgment with liens on tbe will sell at the following "low prices: $300 and! made $3,700. The other quite as spontaneous and vociferous. Just try a 10V. hoc of Cascarets, the land for unpaid purchase money. Possession well as in every QcUber was fortunate in the fect in a sexual way, as It is the duty of every man to make Miss regulator ever all the said lands on the 1st Granite dish pans 35c, tea kettles 15c, brother put up $200, and when he had will be give" 'other. That she is capable of perform- the most of himself. Whatever his cap- finest liver and boel day January, 1S3S. mayl-l- y plates 5c. cotlee pots (three sizes) 25c, made $500 wanted to draw out. His choice of her accompanist. Miss is sure to find some made. ing perlectly the duties of maternity. acities may be, he B. B. BULLION, The following described farm, contain Is n good thing to apply in porringers 10, 20, and 30c, sauce pans brother said to the merchant: "Oh, Olivia Baldwin, and her soloist, Miss himself Some are born with what is called "con- place where lie can be useful toreach hi9 Special Commissioner. An cloven year-- ? Id boy commiueu ing 2371 acres of land, lying en tho wa- the House. 20c, wash pans 15c. Come early and Tommie hasn't got any nerve, let's Pattie, each without a peer in their But he cannot and to ters f Silver Creek, and better known Also at the same time and place as Adminisweakness." Those who do highest others usefulness without good health suuide at Cincinnati bv hanging. 15. Miller farm, respective spheres. These young la- stitutional peifect lieing 8 miles get your choice. Jesse Xewby. dee'd. I will proceed to trator of as the J buy him out" They did, and when health, need only take and he cannot have pood health without not enjoy sell the following personal propertyi About and Books Tonr Lifa A'srij Tobacco Kv., and 2J miles mm 3J bushels of seed wheat and a lot of seal rye, they sent down to collect the thou dies were, like 3Iiss Heath, repeat- the proper precautions and the proper pure blood. The blood circulates to every Don'tyon wantSpit quil tobacco using easilj rdnVerRichmond, Station, adjoining from Fine Saddle Horse For Sale. The possibilities of paint also one Creek the to mars mule. If edly encored, and obligingly gave w hen mugucuc. lands of is well, B. B. Million, J. P. Simmons. S. P Ross. J. P. for both ornamentation and J. Tevis Cobb, Atty. for Pl'ff s.Special Com. Harry S. Morgan, at present sole sands they had made, the bucket popular responses to these recalls. remedy to become perfectly well and organ and tissue and healthit to pure, rich auJ forever. Be madevigor, strong, and Admr. take the entire full of new life and healthy it carries aud The land is and Mrs. J. strong. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- system, but if it is impure Kseatters dis- tho owner, will, on Monday, October 4, shop man could not be found. He had tliat makes weak men Joneswateied andHaan. The exhibition, as a whole or from fenced, fairly cood preservation are unlimited. well failcounty-cour- t flows. Hood's Sarsapar- strong. Many Rain tein,nu"j3 in ten days. residence, two excellent tobacco barns, day, unless sold private- skipped tho country. Besides of your Painting is also a delightful individual standpoints, was a perfect tion will cure any derangement of the easeiswherever it true blood purifier. It Over 400,000 cured. Iluy illa the one ly before, offer at public sale in front ing to get the $28,700 they won, they success, ana its praises are still distinctly femauine organism. drucgist, under guarantee to cure, 50o or two good tenement houses, stable, ice recreation to those of artistic bestamps to cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, dys- $UX). Booklet and ssmplo maile.1 free. Ad. house and all other necessary outbuild-inSend 21 cents in of the court house in Richmond, Ky., lost all they had put in $2,760, heard in every social gathering. non ium. pepsia and rheumatism because these Cood school within 1 mile of tastes. World's Dispensary Medical Association, diseases have their origon in the blood Sterling icemeuyuo.,vuii3iKinii Walking sides tho $500 they paid the brother . his fine bay saddle stallion, PROGRAM. oldest farm. Said land is in two tracts, one "didn't have any nerve." sept-l-lBuffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's Mrs. Mary Martin Trigg, the Denmark. This is one of tho most that 801 acres and the other 157 acres and Miss Nannette Heath, ...Elocutionist 1008 page "Common Sense Medical Adcitizen of Glasgow, is dead. noted horses in this section and the Paul Burnam Don't Like Frankfort. will be sold fcparately and as a whole. Is headquarters for Painter's An Iron workerat Phoenisville, Pa., Vocalist viser," illustrated. Miss Mary Pattie, Terms made known on day of etle. sept22-2sire of many fine colts. everything used CAscAnETS stimulate liver, ki lueys and Thai the love of Richmond is a gen- Miss Olivia Baldwin,- fell heir to a fortune of ?500,000. -- Pianist w T. Dueraon, Supplies and of art. . "Only nervous" is a sure indication uine quality in the heart of all her Callirhoe bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Got a Good Caning, Did Mr. Crulcher. in the world AU work done promptly and ne&Uy-Iwirk Chaminade Doaecrous Bringing "Water. mavl-lRichmond for Bopt22-3Kirksville, Ky that the blood is not pure. Hood's Sar10c. Mark yon, don't forget that all of our for myself and not me thethe Water &Water & Some of the revenue men of the citizens has been attested times Miss Baldwin. Gas Co. Light Co. Call tor at in'impure water It breedsJ Death larks lOcentwall paper has lieen reduced to office saparilla purifies the blood and cures without number; the aged turn back Queen Zenobia- jas. j. McCarthy. At Fairmont, Va , two little children Eighth District have presented FIVE CENTS. We furnish 10 septlStt It diseases, often in epidemic form. nervousness; in memory fond to the days in Old while at play. were cremated Deputy W. L. Crutcher with a Miss Heath. cnt wall paper with U inch border, The first Bymptom is looseness of the Stray Hogs tor Sale. cane, suitably en- Madison as the happiest of their lives, Tell Me Not- $25 hum: on walls. .... Strelezki bowels. These diseases are checked by $ - io Room 10x14 and Eczema. Tetter, graved, as a token of their esteem. while the middle aged and the youth Miss Pattie. It not called . for by September 30, 1 taking Foley's Colic Cure. W. G. White " 00 ae equally as devoted to the home of (a) Seeing Things at Night ..Field will sell publicly atDnncan & Chennult's The Intense itchiinr and Emartfmr inci 45 acres of land for salei This Room 12x14 Mr. Crutcher's administration of his I have 3 50 - sept-l-lRichmond, Ky. and always place Rich- (b) This Little Pig Went to to these diseaajs ia instantly allayed land lies in the Foxtown precinct; direct Room 14x16 dent important position, received just their, birth livery stable, two black sow shoate, Chamberlain's Eye and on a county roaTJ, well watered and AVe make Window Shades and Pictloyby applying Market?..... -- Goodwin The wheat crop in Argentina is heavy. Skin Ointment. Jinny very bad ;ases fenced, new modern honse; very pro- ure Frames, all sizes and kinds See our praise from his superiors, but nothing mond first and foremost. That this weighing about 75 pounds each, marked alty and love is instinctive, is shown Miss Heath. As Trustee ot J. T. Estill, I will impleases hm beeter than to show this with swallow fork in left ear. have been permanently cured by it. It ductive. . ( an be lioueht cheap' Also line of picture and room mouldings. Everrbody Says So. by this letter from Master Paul Bur- Swiss Echo Song pose to public sale on the premises, at 10 .Eckert b equally efficientifor itching piles and my home place of 70 acn-- direct n the Robt. Temull, gilt from the "Revenue Officers." GEO. W. WIllGING. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonold son of Judge A. o'clock a. m., sharp, on a favorite remedy for Eore nipples; Foxtown and Rooneshoro pike nam, seven-yea- r Miss Pattie. derful medical dfscovery of tho age, p sept22-2Chief of Police. 209 West Main A Grand Central Depot Here. of Appeals, The Message J. W. GARRIKOX and refreshing to too taste, act gciitly chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites Bent22-4. R Burnam, of the Court . Wednesday, Sept 29, 18&7, Proetor nna The ladies of the C. W. B . M., of anu positively on Kiunejs, liverdispelitowcis, and chronic sore o'.ee. 25 cts. per box. Mr. E. V. Elder has made two im- who lately moved his family toFranl j Miss Heath. colds, cleansing tho entire system, A No. one Bine Grass Farm, veil the Richmond Christian church, invite euro licauaclic, fever, habitual constipation portant improvements in his great fort. It was written to his playmate, (a) 'Twas In the lovely Mouth watered and in a high state of cultivaI)r. Cady's Ceuditlea Powders, are MasterCoHfsissieaer'sNatice toCr editors PI cast) buy and try a people of all the and biliousness. in bad tion, containing 225 acres of land. A ,Vo. store, which consist of four automatic Preston Smith, son of Mr. J. W. Smith : of May.... John Ford Barbour the ladies and young 10, 2T. !J) cents, holdand just what a horse, tneed3 when C. C C one dwelling house and four rnaniCcen J condition. Tonidj blood purifier and Christian churches of the county to guaranteccLto cure by all druggists. package carriers and a two column Fbankfoet, Ky., Sept. 18, 1897. (b) I once had a Sweet-JDittl- e Maoison ClBCUIT dUKT. yennifngo!' Thorr are not food but barns. If from any cause the land not meet at the Christian church, in Rich............2Sevin Doll, Dears-advertisement In the Climax. The Der. Preston oM it jdrill be rented far the year 1JWS. The export of grain from Portland, medicine and tne lies in use to pmr a Jas. Ross Admr., - - - IJIaijitiff, mond, the first Saturday in October, at Price' 25 I am goting write at Frankfort, no (c) Tho Kiss latter appears elsewhere and reveals aRaingt Will Also offer for sale 15 or 20 heal of horso in prime pndition. 1 Forty-thre- e Ore., are heayier than ever known. Mtss Pattie. 10 o'clock. There will bo an interesting centa per packagej Jas.Jioss Heirs, - - - Defenlant acres of land, 12 acres of hor es and mules, some mnle colts. ff or the fact that there is little or nothing I have not started yet to School no we against the Chaminade morning and atternoon program by the Uonfield. 111., Aug. 14,1895. w bottom laud, 70 hoes, 4 or 5 cos and calves, a let of straighten up yet. But will A Sleeping Car Scene All on tho face of tho globe which cannot have not 1 Lindseypredicts a estate persons having claims arejJiereby which good dwelling river and stable farmiK implements of all kind 4it Senator William house with of Xamea Roes, decM., subject to Cramps and "Colic. Miss Baldwin. members of the 0. "W. Br M. Auxbe found at Elder's Mammoth Empo- -' soon be through, i like Richmond vote. notified to file the same legally hedged, thrown in. One quarter mi!e from about 500 barrels of corn in shock ajul. a ..........Chaminade iliaries and mission bands of the county arid have used many remedies, but find lng Jsational Defocratifi don't know Valse Caprice rinm. He bandies everything, all tho better than Frankfort. Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. lot of laatW. Terms made known ob the undersigned Im l ojcostive, rtCscaret, with Jay of November, 117,ocbajsrethe TTor fnrtlier particulars .call on or addre&r day ot sale.1 Miss Baldwin. and alieht luncheon served at noon iu. J'oley's Colic Care beats them aHWV . time, atrock bottom prices. We have any Boys her except Ben and Waller f wjne'wiM ltJ 10, 26c. Dftly the basement. AJl're Trt9ee L. Yeates." W. G. Whita Richmond," candy cathartjeiire PATH. Bobnam i Scene Prom Iieah-....- .. pleasure In introducingIr. TSlder to Bennett. . r -JFenUXy.; & BWpU'iF" rrf'&t ' sent22-8I "' , I invited. " eepi-wI KY, , Miss Heath, p.S. Tell Banks howdye. tho G.500 readers of the T1. JtS" .,1 v ?3, it i Turner-SebastiaRe-new- er buck-board- e m eigj-cati- Sarea-p..ril- la Gil-ea- d, ocia-sion- al e ? 1 n, 7 ng 100-pai- r rs 10-- ( M Sun-da- tailor-made- satin-line- d full-grow- n al fleece-line- d, fhcce-line- d flccce-liue- vs Z-J- - OLDHAM k $mk COMPANY. Vfr - & sppt-1-lm 3j n, 4BL - 1- -2, some-thingo- ut liMilic Sale Land! m frt two-year-- old well-know- ,!,- We 1 u - First-cla- ss Sspttnk r it it 1 6ept-l-l- m to r 1 wa-t-- E-- li d nt sept-1-l- m Van-Pel- f, Land For Sale! THE aug-18-li- N'ewby-Holm- ng m Bal-lo- Jfewby-Kelle- y 8-- w AriPreserative Jewby-Tr-n- er caHi-vatio- n. to-da- y PUBLIC SALE! one-thir- d m m Hi-at- h I'Mii U, W, lltWi f- one-thir- d one-thi- rd BEAUTIFUL. three-year-o- ld c, wouder-wox-ke-r, jas. j. McCarthy, one-ce- nt g. m ...OUR STORE.-- , Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. w y w ex-Chi- ef gold-heade- d LAND FOR SALE Salt-Rhuu- m m - Trustee's Sale! s w cas-a- nt t Street-septl-l- w box-o- r y; For Sale ! first-clas- 1 Meyer-Hehnu- nd 1 a -- -- 'I-a- I WHEN-bilio- most-cordiall- y Cux 4 arataf, ." " .,!,.?- w --- - m psB-4w- X ' e-- ..' Tcaifiip.'a . . r... "k.-- ' J5.""JEiJrVS ji.in3. t.j.hxiiuj' r, f- lK X 3'. - ar. -' eU.SiiItA 'j-Jrr?- & ' v - . " 4 V:. - - 4SZ-, V sirer w&V M , -- .. .j. - .. ,j'Wa..V. ' 53H3HtJE6kr i Jfc It It ir , " ' - t.! - -- " i. " T v. . . i fLOflMr.'WiN 'r3flfe- - j I "kj; x: or the Trial Ajralmt lir. Hunter Churucter-lie- tl YOUR WATCH L- 2- -- yhiiup! is a most delicate mechanism. It needs attention. It pays to have a pood watch firtt of all. Then it pays to keep it in perfect order. A watch needs cleaning' every six months as much as docs your face every day. . We are expert It pores pet repairers. A Fine Watch cost three times as much, twenty years ago, as it does cloj.-ped- now. Machinery has reduced the expend of malvinp. We have some very fine, solid pold watches of the best makes, for iow prices. Delighted to show them to you and to talk watch to you. I have a full stock of everything in the jewelry hue that we are ottering yon at big bargains. We are clearing out our ladies lwlts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. T). P. ARMER, jeSO-i- y The Main St. Jeweler. The Anderson News sas: day Hunter et The Democrats who are in the ond was of the tr.al against.sensational al. characteri.ed by revenue service are finding perjury by .some tine Or. W. Uodfrev .I. II Wilaon. Hunter, that there are more wajT of and Deputy Collector K. T. Franks on killing a dog than the tradi- the one side, anil C'apU Kojl (iaines and Thos. F Tanner on 'Other tional one of choking him on bide, looked each other the the in face and butter. Of course, there contradictory swore to direclly about, of the which none statements will be no violations of them could Hunter civil service laws, but there be mistaken. Gaines" swore that he was never at houss in his life, will be found many ways of and did not know where he lived. a dispensing with the services Gaines ;ttmoment later took the stand, .said and substitut- looked atDr. Hunler.and the he knew of Democrats he was his house on night of I, and ing Republicans. In this Aprilvotes ofasked him if he coald buy the Representatives Cossom, count' three Republicans go Clark and Johns. Hunter is corby legislators and on duty this morning Ben roborated friends, ho who said could Jas. Spillman and C. not have been away from tlt3 hotel on Selby, A. Kenny. These are among that night long enough to have gone where Gaines swear; hi was. Gaines the luck' ones who were com- is corroborated by witnesses who testis;cn him and missioned several years ago fy to having who says on the road, him by Tanner, he piloted when there was a rush in the there. Wilson and Franks' stories themabout "auing business, and these selves the negotiations between direct- and Gaines were quite as commissions have never been ly contradicted by Gaines and Tanner, Constant fear of a collision between revoked. Then there are the warring defendants and their friends exists. There man' old soldiers who will be witnesses both sjUareofseveral- more; defendants for must to the conspirajy to bribe indictment, and a place be made for them. So, in and the trial can hardly be concluded Every one way and another, Repub- Saturday. 'hung'' one on the seene predicts a jury. The Hunter licans will radually get con- people, who want an immediate verdict and vindication, because of his trol of t le offices. ambition at Washington dread a dis-- by Sennatluiuil l'crjiiry by tjoniu Ouo. FitAKKoRT, Ky., Sept. IS. The sec- Tho influence of the motherly It 3hapC3 the cource of unborn gen- Who Can Measure rroes sounding: Elected Secretary by tho Kentnoky If. X. Confi-rcr.cc-, South Charged Preferred Again! Klder Beeves. through morning' the dclcgaUs and visall coming ages' and enters the itors to the Kentucky conference of the M. li Church, South, met and enconfines of Eternity. "STith what care, therefore, gaged In prayer meeting until 0 o'clock, Wilson, should the Expectant Mother be when Bishop. A. W.Scripture of Baltimore, conducted reading, guarded, and how great the ef- after which the annual fort be to ward off danger and conference was ready for business. Few make her life happy. absentees were noted. erations seventy-sevent- h Mt. Sterling, Ky., Sept. 10. Wed-nesla- y Stop mmmmm BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER Afc a 'Mother's Friend" Allays re- .Headache, . lieves the .Cramps and Hau-sea, the election of a secretary, would be a stormy period, bnt the prayer service had so quieted the excited ministers that the vote was taken between Rev. John Reeves, of Winchester, former secretary, and Rev. F. S. Pollitt, of Covington, free from friction. Pollitt was elected by a majority of 12 votes. It had been expected at this point, eon ch In p. The nnlckest and surest way is to take fir. Bell's Pine-TaHoney. A guaranteed cough rem Ja edy, wholly unlike all others better; jaj r' That Pine-Ta- r- m 10c, 25c, 50c. MOST w3kj Arc them. ANDY CATHARTIC wrra- L 5e acts aireciiy on tue raucous mem-- 1 branes, heals the lungs and resplra-- 1 lory organs and Invigorates the whole system. pares the h system that is made easy and the time of recovery shortened many say "stronger after than before confinement." It insures safety to life cf both Child-Birt- so pre- and After the completion of the organization charges wcrj p'refcrred against Presiding Elder John Reeves under the law of to which Reeves pleaded not guilty. The charge of maladministration was also preferred against pro-rata, : DR. BELL'S ! CURE CONSTIPATION j7RJBviBiE3(HBflpVVHP cUTL&Vd. ALL DRUGGISTS. Reeves. UNTIL NEXT TERM. The Suit A;ralnt the Southern- - Pacific Honey contains the concentrated k virtues of om ana IS. t 1 healing Js MERITORIOUS MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF TJE AGL Too much? Too little? Then let Cascarefs regulate yo- -r j I "" Used "A -- u- Kother'S Friend" Say they will never be without it again. Ho other remedy rob3 confinement of its pain. "" "c Frankfort, Ky., Sept 10. In the state fiscal court Wednesday the significant suit against the Southern Pacific Co. Company In tho Fiscal Court Continued Tho Hunter Trial. tried mediclnalogents, by a E extracted process. new 25c, K scientific K 60c and Si. rrclpl af HI At U your bowels irregular? Cascarets make Cascarets will educate year round. AntzUtt, C eri'tomer whoo wife used 'Mother' FriPnd, mts lust if fUo hd to co through tho ordeal aRsin, and there were but four bottle to be obtAiner, and the cost wag $100.00 per bottle, ha would have them ." GEO.LATT0V,D&rton,0hlo. 5tbrMU.nrwcrfptcfpric'.$ooPERBOTTLK. Bk. TO fcXPECTANT MOTHERS" mlli-- (re conUinuc valuable laforciAUoa lad Tolu&tlry testimonial!. THE BRADFlEt-- affairs since the prohibition of open saloons went into effect. It says that there are 17 places now in town ho'diug SSm Business, I'owiler Throws a Woman irovernment license to selland A of Drath spiritualistic Into Trunco Educate PHONOGRAPHY, Medium ArFOR and they do sell whisky with- rest Situation, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 18. E. Robout paying a cent intT the ert Lang, a young man who claims to Telegrapnj r treasury, while the city ik cwmr- j.y be a spiritualistic medium was arFriday on t Vim debts, her war- restedHis victim isthe charge of muron piling up der. said to have been rants dishonored, her credit I Irs. Sebra M. Gales and the circumstances tit WILBUR R. SMITH, so poor that shs can not bar- usual attending the case are unLEXINCTON, KY.f row money without the perIt is said that Mrs. Gales some time For clrrclir of bit famoun and rwpomlble Lang, told her of her ago awent to course who instruction that COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY sonal indorsement of by proper in A war led at World Exposition. councilmen, all for what many spiritualism she could s;c her dead Kefrrs tn thonitidii of prmluate in ptwitiona. Type-Yrlti- The "Winchester Democrat tion. The Hunter defendants have so far is disgusted with the state of Gov.failed to prove their charge that l.radley was in the conspiracj to indict Dr. nunter, though they do prove that the governor was bitterly opposing Hunter's election as senator at the time. STRANGE CASE. agreed jury nearly as much as convic- REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. GLu SOLO BY HU.OKUUCCISTS. D 2o-- 24 HUNTER ON TRIAL. Tanner, Ono of the Ilofendantu, Tro. and Goe on the Witness stand. Fhankfout, Ky.. Sept 17. The first day's trial of T)r. W. Godfrey Hunter - f. t. JJ . Jlt-da- l of its ardent supporters will husband. him considerable money, She paid Si3rlhaad,Typft-WrilinTdesrapliy. Specialties asd CTIm KituckT CniTeivity iMploma undtr al, now admit is a farce and a md the course of instruction began. Litprrytarirfree ifdeinl. vrdd cradii! Kntertiow Gnuluat" merciful. travesty of law, order and Wednesday night Lang gave her a ?to vifation. powder, telling her to take it at 10 !&. rdrr Lt hire vrr lrttrr$ rac k r, addrt CoM tion or Full Counc including liotp and nuftinru family, ttut ti lkrd in e, Tui- WILBUR R.SMITH. LEXINGTON. KY. auris-ew justice.1' the powder and died. It is said Lang ?ot several hundred dollars from her. lie refused to talk. An autopsy will From All 1'arM or tin be held. The Latest Coiumomt eiilth. MADE HAPPY. flulnt. 01 i.im lti:r.nl. V Number of Kcntucklnna Granted Fen. Xiciioi.ASV'ii.i.n, Kv., Sc.it lia With ftlons Friday. the exception of the .store of .loplin A Washington, Sept, IS. The followCo. the entire business nortion of th' ing Ken tuckians were granted pensions nourishing little towu of Wihn 're. s n Friday: milei) south of this place on the CinOriginal William Ashby, Center-towcinnati Southern riilroaJ. was Alexander Hart, Dot, Additional Jacob Goeltz, Newport. IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE morning'. by fire at 1 o'clock Sunday The firo originated in tli llestoration, Reissue and Increase roof of the store room of .1. C IJruoi William H. dames, Morton's Gap. and is supposed to hare caught from naxher has bcn thornuchlj tested b Increase John Hmberton, THIS ami Mali.-o- a county famiui.m the .sparks of a passing freight train. Samnel Roberts, Seymour. witho it a nal lor lies, an stands Twelve buildings were consumed. The Reissue Thomas Rucker, Hartford. mnplicitv. durability and cheapness of th" eointr if ladiet in all principal houses were; .1. C Hruce, Tho Original Widows, etc Ella I'ink, St, arr us sk tins raachine, and declare it tobethe merchandise; O. C Carrey, Louisville; Margaret J. Hurt, Hartford. a'h-has relieved tli.m Jroui onlv that drugs; T. S. ISarr. hardware; II. L. druiit-rof wash day. Xo Yellow I"eer at Ma;lleli), Ky. drugs; ,7ohn Wilder, groceries. posi"We will ceil it with the Mayfiklii, Ky., Sept 18. The report fc Kenner, Ware general inerchandiso; to the effict that tive jruamnte-- that it will post oilicc, and Steve ISouriic, meal sent from this place of yellow fever is store. Total loss estimated at 50,000. l white woman died jrive satisfaction, or the without foundation. A white woman insurance about half. money will be refunded. id.Iicted to opiates was forced to leave Lejrltilatorii Indicted. Two the train here Thursday afternoon on livery nraheri warranted for five year , and I'KAXKFoirr, Ky., Sept. 20. Th lecount of having no railroad fare. She if anv part Rives out within that time, we will it free of cfaanie. Franklin county grand jury made a soi nt the night in the waiting room of partial report and returned indict the depot and during the time took a ItiCHMOMi. Ky.. July 5. 1KS7 I hiv p'irchashJ a 'Itasc Ilee" Washer ments for gaming against W. II. Stig from Mr ft P. LiHKfnr.l. an my wife Rite it litz, John Hallenbeck, J. E. fctone and large dose of morphine. The effects Df the drug killed her. Her name was a trial and is much pleased. It doe the uorl Albert Scott, of Louisville, and J Lizzie Itorcn and she resided in I'adu-h- . perfoctlv and is not tiresome. KEV. J. W. HILL. II. Johns, of Pulaski county, for There is no excitement whatever The alnie is one of mauy testimonials reincrly of Floyd county. Stiglitz and Dver yellow fever here. ceived in this citv Araincour references we refer to the proprietors of Thu Cijmat. who Johns were members of the last legisNo Yellow l"eerat Louisville. have purchased washers and are well pleased lature, and Stiglitz is now the repub with them. Louisvili.k. Ky., Sept 18. The leadlican nominee in Louisville for circuit - $5.00 Remember the Price is Onlj, clerk. The penalty is only a small ing hotels here are receiving many in fine, but if it had been shown that the quiries as to the existence here of For further particulars call on or address fever. The merchants of Louis-rill- e 'take ouf in the game was for profit B. P. L&NGFORD, arc just now conducting a series it would have been a penitentiary of- of "merchants' excursions"' from the 15 SIS. Richmond, Ky. augll-lfense for Hallenbeck and Stiglitz, in whose room it is alleged the game was southern states. Mr. Abrahams, chairman of their committee, was seen Frioperated. day and he said: "I think that rumors SOLD OX AX Cats Hl Throat From Ear to Kar. .AJLj?oltite Gimi'stiitce- Erlaxoek, Ky., Sept. 20. Farmer are being put out by traveling men Fritz Kichtcr Saturday morning com- from competing cities. 51m. Martin Trigc Dead. mitted suicide. Threatened persecuGlasgow, Ky., Sept IS. Mrs. Mary tion by whitecaps is believed to have m been the remote cause. In full view Martin Trigg, widow of the late Alan-so- n f'tH 2vic DONALD'S Trigg, died at her home here after of his wife, he seized a razor and cut nr vie h his throat from ear to ear. When a long illness. She was in her year and the oldest woman in neighbors were summoned by the TKC GREATEST WORM DESTROYER "jjf OF THE AGC woman's screams, they rushed into tho Glasgow. Her husband was a member jjfij lj EAST AND PLEASANT TV TAKE. house and found Richtcr dead in hh of the firm of Murrell & Triggt in Ml Louisville, a number of years ago, but blood. plL7iirrizrn returned to Glasgow, where he reOnly at Oirensboro. Smallest dose. Easiest to talce. Owknsroko, Ky., Sept 20. Xo quar- mained until he died. Entirely vegetable 1'reMdent Cave Installed. antine has been established hcrj Most certain and Lexington, Ky., Sept. 18. Rev. R. against southern refugees, but thj Worm Destroyer EVER DISCOVERCU. mayor has instructed the police to in-- i Lin Cave, of Nashville, assumed the Said for a quarter of a cen poet all passengers from the south ar- duties of president of Kentucky unitury with continually increas- riving by boat or train and repor.1 versity Friday. He was tendered a rencdemand. Thinlca moment t Docs this not mean merit ? their names to Dr. II. G. Artis, secre- ception Friday night by the faculty and 1 123,000 , Children yearly Sent to tary of the board of health. Xo south- students. New Kentucky Fotmaoters. ern visitors have arrived, but health j their Grates by Worms. Washington, Sept 18. The followcertificates hava been granted to sever-r.- l ncLX)NALD'S persons returning to their homes in ing fourth class postmasters were comCELEBRATED WORM POWDERS Hardinsburg, Friday: missioned the south. l.reckinridge county, M. L. Kincheloe, i Fixed Events for 18S0. would have saved them all. Locisvillk, Ky., Sept. 20. Secretary vice J. II. Cox, removed. KTCE, 2.1c. PER BOX.J t Farfcato by alldrniFts and dealers in medicines. I Price, of the new Louisville Jockey Capt. Treaej Funeral. 3 Manufactured only by the proprietor. club, Sunday announced the fixed Lexington, Ky., Sept IS. The reevents for lb99. They are the Ken- mains of Capt 11. J. Treacy arrived .A. rvroIOlXAJLIX, tucky Derby $",000, mile and a quarter; from Boston Thursday and were inX?m1vI llo. Clark stake S4.000, mile and terred Saturday morning from St and the Kentucky Oaks $3,000, mile and Paul's Catholic church. These stakes are for foals of 1S00. at present yearlings, tho It has been eight weeks since Tcrre entries for which close on October 15. Haute and the immediate surrounding Hereafter the Louisville club will run country has had rain sufficient to 15 to 11 dars each sprinir. lay the dust Thera is danger of the loss of the fall hay crop. KENTUCKY u-- a'clock, when she would go into a trance and see her husband. Mrs. Gales took NEWS. "Busy Bee" fair! 1 Price, $5.00- n; Thomp-finsvill- e; 1 to-d- aj effi-cin- pa-- ts r Mc-Ix'a- and various other defendants under joint indictment for the alleged conspiring together in on attempt to bribe three legislators for S5.000 each tovi.te for Hunter in the recent famous sena rial race, was as sensatiotial as the most curious of a host of spectators could have hoped. The verdict of the public, so far as Dr. Hunter is concerned, has all along seemed to turn on the question of whether Hunter was on the night of April 1 at the home of Noel Gaines, one of the de fendants, and the man who says he was trying to trap Hunter and his republican plan to elect a senator. Other defendants have confessed that they were at Gaines' house and went as friends of Hunter to sec what was in the Gaines stories about Hunter's chances to get some democratic votes but Hunter himself has always bitterly denied, and still denies and will swear that he was never in Gaines' house or even knew the man. Thomas Tanner, a brother-in-laof Gaines and one of the defendants, was dismissed on motion of prosecution, and went on witness stand Thursday afternoon, and told in Hunter's presence and with minutest detail how. on request of Hunter, he piloted the latter to Gaines' house and heard part of their conversation. Gaines and his wife have before the grand jnry told the same story and Tanner's testimony Thursday afternoon received the corroboration of circumstantial evidence given by a half dozen witnesses, while the testimony that John II. Wilson afterward went to Gainc's house, with which he says were three packages of 55,000 in bills, went uncontradicted. All the defendants, several important prosecuting witnesses and mast of the prominent politicians of the state are yet to testify. w for failure to make reports to the franchise tax board, was continued till the next term, on motion of the commonwealth because, it was explained, that the company has recehtly agreed to make all the reports required. The circuit court Wednesday afternoon continued all other cases till later in the term and "cleared the docks'' for the trial of the indictments against TJr. Hunter, ct al, which will be called the first thing Thursday morning. An immense crowd of spectators, lawj'crs and witnesses will be on hand. Attorneys for the defense have confessed that many of their prominent witnesses were summoned as a precaution and told such men as Gov. Uradley, Blackburn and others that they need not be on hand nnless sent for. The subpoenaing of these leaders at first was construed and so intimated by the defendants as an intention to attempt to prove that Hnnter was himself the victim of a" "conspiracy." The differences between the state board of s.inking fund commissioners and A. D. Martin, contractor for the output of the penitentiary chair factory, which have been magnified into a sensation by th.s democratic newspapers, have been settled. Mr. Martin Wednesday gave a new bond, which is signed by thj American Suret3 Co., of New York; Herman Benton, national committeeman from Connecticut; Francis II. Cloud and Louis K. Marty, Ft Thomas, and C. N. Lindley, of Cincinnati. The Jurors Wcro Colored. Harrodsrurg, Ky., Sept 10. The first trial by a colored jury that ever occurred before either a circuit or county judge in Mercer was held here. The defendant and witnesses were all colored, while the jurymen were all thoroughbred. Negroes. Millie Young was accused of abusive language and assault by another colored woman. The verdict was "not guilty," which was met by loud applause from whites and blacks in the crowded courthouse. 10. pric by Kut im "Grtaay- weak bowels bowels and make them act fust right. strong, and keep them strong all the Tke K. KtdlelM !Btbtraaa Pt4eak, Xj. L'7-- JG - Hlclfo. Having Opened a Cascarets kill disease germs throughout the system, Don't wait till you and prevent all summer complaints. You get sick, but let CASCARETS pro tyAlI Dnrgxlitj, or by nail for price, loc, asc 50c. a box. Sample aad booklet free. Address STERUNQ CtlcrZK iF ;A?SecondIiand t " V -- e Furniture Establishmeni f' Sff? REtEDY COMPANY, Maabul.Cu.1 lrw ttt. ot &Rl EmmmV AT 216 EAST MAIN. septs-l- y JM Frankfort, Ky., Sept Martin Giles New Bond. furniture, such as clocks, bedsteads, mattress es, bureaus, couches, in fact anything 3011 want to dispose of in the line of furniture or old cast oil clothing, second-han- d stoves. I also do upholstering, carriage top trimming, renew mattresses. All work to of second-han- d side-boards, I am prepared to take all kinds r t or any other culleuc or institution of Icariiinjr in the United Sm'ps, or in the New England Conservatory of Music, can he secured hy any yoims; man or woman who is Write for particulars in JAMES D. BALL, quicklv. :ki Cromfield St.. Boston, Mas?. FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yal, ! 1 White St.. M fe . I order SATISFACTION GUARANTEED MM lO- - of your patronage. scpts-i-y I respectfully solicita share WM. BROCKMAN. BRIDGEFORD'S Mkl ri i Tvirtr, e . 2WtMvi i y All persons holding claims against the estate of Jas. Tevis, deceased, mast present same to me, properly proven on or before Oct. 1, 18S7. D. R. TEVIS, s.ugll-2m ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM I p..'V' SOMETHING Every Merchant y'awt i . OUGHT TO USE. riiiiii m (gist f Pime Goods,, ,.'.; ..:. g Lexington, Ky., Sept 10. The commissioners appointed by Gov. Bradley to locate a reform farm have been busy considering several places around Lexington. So far they have arrived nt no definite conclusion and will continue their work Thursday. They hope, however, to locate a suitable place before the end of the week. I.ooklnc: for a Locution. Wg?m&& i I t v i Ha repl-ic- A THE HUNTER CASE. Jury Secured and the trial Goes YTitnesse .Present. On-M- any Tanner, one of the defendants in the bribery cases, and J. T. Larkin, a local detective, had a street fight Wednes- Bribery Defendant in a Fight. Frankfort, Ky., Sept 1C Thos. ,,uiMinnn" 111 111 1 &$i li.. '. I Ihct IT rc . 0090C30 hMAAA.AAAm :.. KIS s. mrr 'u iJ r, 'J-. L.ILX.ii JUTOGRAPHICQ PREVENT "forBettliiff to charge," PREVENT mistakes nf nil kinds. ACCURATELY record cash sales, SAVE MAKE three bills at one writing:. Used by Retailers Everywhere. book-keepin- g, 1 yel-io- w m M-r- -- eighty-sevent- FitANicroirr, Ky., Sept. 17. Both sides announced themselves ready Thursday morning in the circuit court in the case of the commonwealth vs W. Godfrey Hunter and four defendants indicted for conspiracy to attempt to bribe legislature members. Half the prominent men of the state were present as spectators, witnesses or deThe prosecution refused to fendants. consent to separate trials of Tanner and Gaines, two of the defendants who charge that Hunter, Wilson and Franks tried to use them in their conspiracy, but the prosecution asked the dismissal of Tanner, who will be made a prosecuting witness. A long struggle developed over the selection of jurors, because the antagonism between de fendant Gaines and the other three who charge him with being their real prosecutor. The jury was at last completed and charged by the judge and court adjourned till 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Kentucky Association Stakes. Lkxingtox, Ky., Sept 17. The Kentucky association announces five stakes to close October 15, guaranteed $500 each; Chas. Green stake handicap, all day, growing out of a remark by Tanner, charging that Dr. Hunter had been pursuing him with detectives. Bystanders separated thiin before either was hurt PHKVENT disputes over nccounts, SOLO IN b Write for circular. Cyntiiiana, Ky., Sept 10. The marriage of Lizzie Crosby, of this city, and Mr. John De Vere, of Newport Ky., Young I)e Vere Quietly Married. vvJr 3&r ny RICHMOND. Hamilton AntoraDliic Register Co. 4 HAMILTON, OHIO. may26-6m 5 Fron) Rovell'5 Nev5papef Directory. to any pnpor in nirlunoud or in Madison county or in clrculatiun the Eighth Coiiresiioiial l)itiirt." The on'y paper in Madison coai.tv Aiiich Mipiorts all tho Iinnim-ratii- from President to ( SUBSCRIPTION, .51.25 la AivaZCi ae.-ortlc- was solemnized in this city Wednesday morning. There was no difficulty or trouble of any kind, as reported. Everything went off smoothly. Sept 1G. The drought which has prevailed in this REH: Co.oo t Call Tl Q" Blcycle.tJoId Watch,"TOjLD Dianoru: section for several weeks has almost king, or a Scholarship u. 3 JJraug Sou's l'racucai uuMnes.' entirely destroyed the late corn crop. v 1 College, itasLviue, lenn., o: In many localities there will not be a VI-for a Fchol crop and in many sections it is to- irship in most any Tcxarkana, lex.,business col half other reputable tally destroyed. 'ege or literary school in the U. S. can be securet Hodgexville, Ky Not Half a Crop of Corn. 1illHuU. V" UI h'Plirilr' i A r-- 'Tho Iwelimoiid, Ky., Cmjiax, wkh--, is credited with the lariat "Nothing else like it" Ths most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. ',. " Drought Killing Crops. Lexington, Ky., Sept 10. Corn in central Kentucky is suffering from the InsrXH-tlo- n severe drought which has prevailed for the past ten days. The thermometer stood 95 degrees in the shade here at uoon Wednesday. The mum height of the thermometer nesday was 100 degrees. 1G. jydoingalilUework at home for the Youths journal Vdvocate, an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, anc specially interesting and profitable to jouu; Tcople, but read with interest and proSt by peo ole of all ages. Stories and other interestinf .tatter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free gents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub Co., Nashville, Tena. Mention this papery y fifitssteslB .fiI2!2H i&jiS rYs T,r.ri IBinaHEOBsagj JSOAP. TRurYAK7iit?r.; augl8-l- y Wz S8 It Men's Workin z d aui3 m tes i CEWTS.1 4- - never-faili- ages, olds, 2 1 LJ. Ti. mav5-Em- o The Cycle Lebanon M Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. Price, 875.00. in. Corrugated Tubing, 1 sis Oil Reservoir Hubs. esc Write for a Catalogue. r a--f Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 Manufactured by fi. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. JJ0)J of'-HE PATS 0 ii. THE ...103 FREIGHT. PAT FOR THE.- -. BRINKS. HO. 8 3EC0KD SHEET. furlongs. Phoenix Hotel A Goi.n plate which Charles Bonastakes selling for 2 year olds, one mile. Citizens' stakes selling, all ages, parte pawned in order to pay the trav6 furlongs. eling expenses of his son, Napoleon, to the military school at Brienne has Killed lly a Train. Georgetown, Ky., Sept. 17. Mr. been placed in the town museum at and Ajaccio. Ambrose Wilson, a prosperous farmer of this county, livengineers have In ing near Midway, was instantly killed "been London 10,000 eight-hou- r day. conceded the shortly before noon Thursday by a They have had to contend with a "Free passenger train on the Versailles and Georgetown, a branch of the Southern Iiabor association," which furnishes men. railway. The accident occurred at the first railway crossing this side of MidCliarged "With Bobbery. way. Lexington, Ky., Sept 15. Ed York lonnd Dead on the Track. as arrested here Tuesday morning-chargeBAitnouitsviLLE, Ky., Sept. 17. An robbing a man unknown man was found dead on the Bailey, ofwith county, of SiS. named this York C. & O. railroad Thursday morning, was assisted by Jim Ratcliff, who esboth of his legs and one hand being caped with the money. cut off. He had managed to drag 'arSult Filed. himself some distance from the track, Frankfc . Ky., Sept 15. Auditor's he was found. Papers on him where The MFTPMfTVi rt "nW7-- who woman Slabbed in Cold lllood. Agent Roar has filed suit against Miss kills her Catlettsbueo, Ky., Sept. 15. nenry indirat j that he is E. Rose, of Sarah Cecil", estate, at Danville, claimbabe by ing taxes to the state aggregating of the Rellomy probablv fatally stabbed Wm. Kn DecUlve Action. Took S3.000. health and Blackburn near the heart Monday Fi iKKorrr, Ky., Sept. 17. The mmmmKSSKJmmmmmmmmmmmmt viiror of her night Bellomy and Blackburn started .4!" '" ' CV? womanly orcanism home in a buggy together, About six I V? own committee for this judicial s& ) aanng me penoa preced district, composed of the counties of THE MARKETS. Wffl' I II ing- tnothernooa, is realiz-in- miles above here llcllomy borrowed Franklin, Bourbon, Scott and WoodinnoBlackburn's knife under some pretext e cently and without ford, met here to consider the question WM it. as much responsible and stabbed Blackburn without warn- Cincinnati. Sept. 13. AjHIii, of candidates for circuit judge and for her child's death, as the ; Flock Spring fancy. jM .prln; ".' woman who slays her postmad commonwealth's attorney, but fiOJSjlWr win. H.W2IW. babe after its birth. Thou- - M11 Jai1 hero Tuesday. tcr paieuc to.0U(,i; Ijiicj-- l.w31.f5; tamlly, poned action till Saturday week. sands of babes are rlTuI.OJ, extra. fAiXSiiU, lu grade. fioOQ Kccclved Twenty-EiBl- it Cnjs. Took Poison By a Mistake. every year because women inrye. nurtbeterii, W. VX& taj; Uo, city, OwKXsnoito, Ky., Sept 15. Felix nocently and ignorantly neglect, durinjr the Lexington, Ky., Sept. 17. Dr. John MlUSAiU Poole, living on Rough creek, got in a expectant period, to take proper care of the n Wueat Ka 2 red, nominal alilS5c veterinary Blakcly, the delicate and important organs that bear the row with a feUow named Hamilton surgeon of the city, is lying jn a dangCoun Sales- - No 2 yellow, trji.lt. J'Ho. maternity. burdens of No. 2 mUeJ. track. Ac; No. t about a horse trade, and Poole started erous condition here as a result of takThere it just one known medicine thit to attack Hamilton. No John and Milt ing a dose of bichloride of mercury by mixed. trocTf. 2fc:22c 3 white, track. ;3e; samprepares a woman for capable motherhood. ple while, track. . Hocs-ScIt is Dr. Pietce's Favorite Prescription. It Calloway, friends of Hamilton, drew mistake. Drs. Taylor and Bi'rchett butchers-- W.1SJ.:W; fair to actJ directly and only on the organs con- their knives and cut Poole 2S times. succeeded in getting the poison out of pood pjckcrV. Stuo4.IU:fjtr to Rood llsta, cerned in motherhood making them Ptron-- j They then left, after sending a doctor his condition is serious. M1U&L23; common anil roughs, Ji 4031.00. and healthy. It imparts to them vigor and to attend Poole. Cattle Fair to ocd shippers. flUU4.ti5; Every wound had to him, but elasticity. It allays inflammation, heals cooJ to choice butchers", $i.?o3.35. extrus, Henry Martin Indorsed. ulceration, soothes pain and gives rest to be sewed up and it took two hours to W.7."0a.oO; fair to medium butchers.. A0UA(i5; Versailles, Ky., Sept. 17. Henry L. common. tCixiJJ.u. the tortured nerves. It does away with the complete the work. discomforts of the expectant period, and Martin, who recently received the nabliEEP Extras. .7V1.00; pood to coulee, Lnnibcnnau Best Pound Dead. makes the coming of baby easy and almost common to fair Winchester, Ky., Sept. 15. Thomas tional democratic nomination for state 3.253 bo: Extras, tioj; good to choice. JiOOQ painless. It insures the health of baby. Lamu -lumTwTMTinTi ?i nf senator in the district composed of 5 4: commun to lair. tJ."i.4.To. Over 90.000 have testified to its virtues. Ttct All good druggists sell it VealCaLves Fair toco U light, ja.O&37.C0s Ford, was found dead near his hotel. Woodford, Scott and Jessamine coun-- tt . A. "In the (all of itos." writes Mr.N." Thomas. in ,u ;,rnt oWi,,,,-- ties, was unanimously, ludcrscd for extras, 47 it; common and large. J3.50Q6.00. of 4 Pulaski St., Little Rock, Art, while on a rine merfno, 13c per ; and had evidently walked out of the office by the republican district convisit to Tezarkana. Ark., I was tal en with a seclotains, liaise; medium, vere pain in my head and was hardly able to pet second btorv window while asleep. Ho fCUUUU UU1TJ AllUnUilJ. and clotbln?. i718j: braid. ISitic, mehome. I was prostrated for four weeks, not being dium comumg. iy2i. Washed fine merino, New Kentucky Postmasters. able to sit up. During that time the doctors was about thirty years old and unmarfailed to give me any reficf whatever. Atlenh ried. Washington, Sept. 17. The follow- X to XX. 13c; medium clothing, lSftlW.--; delaine fleece. IS&lVc: long combing, ajjjilo; I was induced to try Dr. Pierce's Tavorite Prepostmasters were com- quarter-blooing fourlh-clas- s Can Pay All Liabilities. scription. One bottle cured me entirely. I felt and low, 17618c; common coarae, relieved after the first three doses, and have Louikville, Ky., Sept ISr. Assignee missioned Thursday: Card well, Wash 1(JB 17c: tub washed, choice. :Oi2Sc- never felt the pain since. I send this testimonial CniUAOo, bept- - 18. that others may be benefited by it Yonrs with Dnnlan. of the Fible&Crab Co.. of Em- - ington county, S. G. Foster, vice Frank WnEAT September, J2ftt5$c; December, ; 11 ivmnvarl Manchester, Clay j a thousands thanks." menrre, recently assiguyu, rr auesuay com- - i MayQlHc It is as much a woman's duty to look after pletcd a schedule of assets and liabili- - J county', James Eversole, vice W. C. Pit-- BaiSi.ci old.ba!ic; 28S,'cr October. aiXc; Corn-- S ptcmbcr. the health of the family as to care for the ties, , umu, icmuu. ilaytSJ3,c ine assets are piaceu at Moo.uou cleanliness of the.home. Dr. Pierce's ComI'Jo: October, ltftfc; Da. Granny Ashley Dead. mon Sense Medical Adviser enables her to and the liabilities at 5100,900. In the do this. It contains T.ooS pages and ya il- former Is included the plant, which is Granny ccmber SUJic: May. S3,S23tfc. Campion, Ky., Sept 17. PlTTSBUKOlI. Sept. 18. lustration'?, and is written in language that valued at 550,000. Ashley, one of the oldest persona in the Cattle Supply Friday was tight and prices zax on. 4y understand. Over a million mountains, died Wednesday at tho unchanged. New Pontinastcrs for Kentucky. women own coniea. A new edition is just . Hoes Extra Washington, Sept. 15. The follow- home of one "of her nieces two miles fair to boot lightmedium weights, (.o0L55; oat and for a limited time copies will be Yorkers. W. commoa given free to those who write for them. ing fourth-clas- s postmasters in .Ken- from here. She was 94 years old last to fair grade.'4 3uL40; 43(84.50! tUt&i-iepjgg, If yoa want a paper covered copy, send tucky were appointed Tuesday: Sam- June. heavy. W.at30; roughs, ja76X7o. twenty-on- e stamps, to cover th . 104.39.- . Fight Postponed. waimon. K.5oa cen of mailing only, to the World's Dis- ple, Breckinridge county. G H. Rob- - j pensary MediciJ Association, No. 66 Main crts. vice J. 31 Ttfattinelv. resigned:'' Louisville, Ky., Sept. 17, The 3.4a , coausaa'tbgf Street, BsftOe, N. Y,, Or for cloth blading South Union, JjOMifooanty-- John Per-fjsrht. scheduled fori er p cad ten centt trnJ31 ceata ia all. Thursday night, wMyoatpoaed'till,-- ' ivawa. vims wa,OMirrub rtmown. 5 well-know- year olds, tH furlongs; maidens sellingstakc, miles. Teppcr stake, 2 year Padpcah, Ky., Sept One Hundred Decrees at Padncah. maxiWed- tct the SK- - ME A MAR MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY AJAX CURI TOILET rtaSEtrr-BAT- TiP If. ?Wi ff Sl n '1'rewnt Ins&nitr and Concern Dtinn 1 taken in time. Their nne shews fmmCdinto imtirore meat and effects a CUBE where all other fail In-tupon hntlnff tho cennlnn Ajax Tablets The baro cared thousands and will euro you. We ctve n pos itive written, guarantee tocff&ct o enre Cf HTQ in eachcosoor refund the money. Brice ww U I w per (fall trratment) for 2Jj(X fir pockaee; or six mail, in plain wrapner. upon receipt of price. Circular Jrapotencj, Sleep! esne?s, oit, Abuse cr other Rxceese etc., cna;e by and Indlr cretioax TIwj quickly and surri, restore Lost Vitality in nld orionuff. in fit a man for stndr, business or xnarriacb It lasts twice as long zs others. CHARLES F.MILLER, JHfr. of i Atrial wtll convincs ysa of its prist merit, win piease me inasi tssticious. FRENCH MXI-PTOILET SOAPS AND FEFU;:CRY, O Th eGre:itts'. Bargains ever offered to the peo $&J pic of Hi-1- . son county. 'faMll rca m L,ooIc IrooAJAX REMEDY CO., For sale in Richmond, Uerndon. cSE'- fab3-I- y Ky., by Hgan Lancaster, Fenc. ESTABLISHED, 189. V V 'J "4-1 & 1 non-unio- n one-eight- h, We Send it FREE! TO- - h. iKOOTyGIC V m Young and Old. Rejoice with us ( 9 Bicycles! n. "- Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoes SO cents. Ladies' Shoes SO cents. A Buautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to $1. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12.V cents to 20 cts per yd. at these Prices: Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.OO f t "l Ken-tuc- k. in the Discovery. When a man has p.tifTered for n weakness that lilfg'its his life and robs him of all Unit reallv make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possoas the moral courage to stop his lowrJwanl course. We will send von by mail, AISSOLUTE-IjFKKK. in plain the yeart-witY pa-ka- neg-le- ct -- " iff" ill? mm til sMj-Vio- ram-ll- y. . faggg w m J ItherewyorkstoreS cj .j fl Bargains Now! Bargains Forever! Un Town, iripin - :Vl x- - uvu . nt inaa riA ijmuu. ruccmona. vu Kr. 'ivn tf - still-bor- n anteeto lierinanently cure l.tiaT JIOllli, SM.F-AKHSK, I)K. HUFFMAN'S VlTAIi TAHLETS. with a legal SKXHAL SI HI'S E tUM,Y ? guar JIA S. rf acviiiirviiLJi. rtiOrliiST GRADE. RUNNING, & O well-know- WKAK-KS- OATs-Sa- lev and all ,ninmlnra drains. Bet urns to firmer appe. rtncee XlfillT einnriafed org;ins N11 C. 0 D. fraud nor nnjipe dei'i p ion. If e ronTil md fnrts, we would noi send our medicine KKKK t trj', and pay wliu patisfiel. Write as thia may not Address apjiear again. to-dn- VAItll'lH'KLK KMISSI0NS forevei Every Vhoel Guaranteed. o Send for () cati!3u. I I m a u (i ( lea o ( HAMPSHIRE 6TGLE iSFfi. GO., rut m hS m m mm ,g WILLARD HOTEL as-y- et r rJORTKAMPTOJJ, MASS Rcsponslhle dealers Ir.yiUfl respond with us. may3S-3- -- T- t r- - Vises ri Has JXCOaPflEVTED. Western Medicine Company,. Kal.ur.azri, Jl:r. 24-23 been Coaveried Into a Modern Palace xiaiisanuutrancrj are iTarble and Tilingof tho Finest Quality. RecejiUy ,i.a Wool-Unwas- ! I hed quarter-bloo- d do-lal-ue k:iml) li SUPPLY THE TRADE Ohio E&ilw&y. v d Time ot Trains at 'Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. & 5i am Mt. Sterling and Lexington Acom am Eastern Kxpreas lor Loutsrfil- e- , .. Morehead and Lesinirtos Accom....... 3 00 p:a 4 50 pm New York Limited F.K.V. Our fnctory on Laurel Street in Kidi-- i niu.iu is now runninp, and we are prepared to fill orders fortwiht of the 2000 Yardsljof BrUliant. New Velvet Carpet Adorn the floors BSIHWOMS, PARLOUS AX 111'PKll IIALK. - - -- Offices 1 a "r-ili,t- iwiii .w-.v..- .. and DIningRoom Beautifully Decorated and Bril liantly Lighted., r ... ber. I -- ; one-ce- I SHKBP-Cbo- lec. ! EA8T BOUIfD. o! Lexinon and Morehead Accom.. ....... 9 15 am , .11 53 am New YorkLimitcd F. F. V. Leiineton and Mt. Starling Accom... 6 33 pm v.." 3 23 pn, Washfnston Express , BriadsrthreaRnidee. Wecansavqvou Accommodation trains run daily excepf Sa-da- y raabev. rend tia a tiial order; you will Other traias mn daily. b Vla,l- - uttli nnr nrr....i.. rr ' Throah -sleeping snd dining car service to cm . . .w to hearrom country Br- !i New'Yerk.r or sieeper rwervaioe elMnte. ? For informatioa, oURW write K.HOOn.AotL.&Ky -- I II (l "Fair M. C." ui Ms" ' I 1 Its EquIpmeiL throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate ..... Charge St Considered. .... of MO"7"ES $lo,ooot-KKTItS, S2 r 1 r Crosbv-RHek- ftrOWMWBW.BAlKKT O. Ijr,., Ualto H.Jf. A. . , rta Mtu - $2,-50.PE- R a SteiMBOBd, ICy. I.-'r- i ' p. sWbik g,-,Roi- t- DHY, wHUgf p ij KjrT ? -- i t r fj d - v a & (J fc'v 5? .? IS r -- CI- ? V j i