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NOEL ' mane taking away of the in sensate infantile life before WOULD REFORM THE MAUD MAYNARD COUNTY, TV0-EBGE- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1897. a, NUMBER 17. We wish caution all users of Simmons Liver Regulator on a subject of the deepest interest and importance to their health perhaps their hvs. The sole proprietors and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator Ie.trn that customers are often deceived by buying and taking some medicine of a pimi'ar appearance or taste, believing it to te Simmon Liver Regulator. We warn vu that nnless ihs word Regulator is on the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Live Regulator. No one else makes, or ever hi" mad Simmons Liver Repulator.or anything cilld Simmons Liver Regulator, but I fcTZeilin& Co., and no medicine made bv anyone e sn i the same. ,.We alone can put it up and we cannot be resnsiblet if other me hemes represented as the same do nt. helr you as you are led to expect they wll Bear this fact well in mind, llyou have been in the habit of using a n edic-inwhich yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somen hat like jt, and the package did not have the word .Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The .Regulator has been (aforably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague Bilious Fever, Constipation Headache Dypepsia, and all disorders an ng from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and eee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. It. ZEII.IN & CO. Take e WARNING. tc Royal make the food pure, wholesome and delicious. SWORD i 41 its Pl . aar1lT sfl ss art Tl H ss T -. - - WORLD. Valparaiso, Ind , Cor St. Louis Republic d m MID-SUMaude Maj-narNoel, a B :i native Missouri woman, now JCURECOHSriPATIOIi -sliving in Northern Indiana, is -I . . ,, STfryv orv,-- s n IiTTMIT IC-r ALL ei n.I iTTtt n ' bidding- fair to attract the atis meeting with the approvDRUGGISTS W&2 fascarfts are the Heal laxa. Is nowalon. a Our New DepartureSame price to evtr one and 25 SO of generous public. tention of all civilization by 1RQM I1TPT V UUanfiKlllClL, to tore anyrseof censtipaiion. RUTI?", . iiBOULUiEiLl finitC Sara CASH in every instance. u.nMerriporirripe.l.atr3uMsjii3tii-alrrsnIUher advanced ideas of reform pie and Imoklet frre. Ad. STFr.Ll0 r.EUFnr O.. fklraro. Jlontre.il. Tan.. orf it fork, " orators. Anent the disaooo'0oo.o and methods of bettering- the position of these NOTICE the rare bargains we are human race. PGWOER TO CURE A COLD ONE DAY. ollering for to credit the good crops, the She wants to free the world Abaoltci Pure Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets. All rise in wheat and the famines of crime and suffering, and Drusjrists refund the money il it fails to Cure. 25c. Tor sale by W. G. White, Druggist, Richin foreign lands to the Dingley in order to do this would kill mond, Ky. roym. ro:n co new vork. bill, the Post says: menall hopelessly incurable, "Republican orators in Ohio tal and plrysical incapables, A suit that suits i worth having. been a great change in the and elsewhere are naturally and criminals, and thus preg) There's so much iiiMiinsic worth of standard of morals, and she working the 'prosperity' arvent their propagation. e clothing that one is inthinks that soon the world gument tremendously, with"All human ills, every heart-pan-g deed fortunate to light on a genuine will expect quite as much of out realizing how dangerous bargain. Appearances are deceptive, and sorrow, ever shortbut there's nothing fal.--e in our suit. men as of women and judge and double-edgeargument an Good weight means good health. coming, whether mental or The sale on now is to decrease stock LeuJ Good health means good blood. and they must go. No reserv-- . them from the same standard. it is. Senator Foraker knows physical, is directly chargeaGood blood is at the bottom of it Genuine Bargains Suits at ?5f0, She reads fiction, loves po- to a man just how many thousall. If a man or woman is losing St. (i0, 7 W. Can't be duS100, ble to some mistake of our flesh, chances are ten to one that plicated for twice the money other etry, and is a close student of ands have been given work by the blood is impure and lifeless. forefathers-t- o something the places. Pure blood builds up good, firm the sciences. Walt Whitman, the Dingley bill, to a cent just have done or neglected to do," .pfj'A. flesh. It makes muscles that you A flarvest of Straw JilKWL'Z. "the good gray poet," is her how much it has raised the cin use. There is no fictitious fat young humanitarian Simmons Hvcr Regulator. said this about it It gives you a balance in c ' favorite author as far as poetry price of wheat and of wool. to a writer for the Sundaj Rethe bank of health that you can . nniWA& In a city is queer. But we're cutting WrtAVy1 draw on without fear. goes, at least, and she findr This may do very well for the At Walter Azbeix's Livery Stable. Staw Hats and the harvest is lien we should take public, "and PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Sarsaparilla is Nature's remedy harness cheaper All kinds of a Harvet of KargniHS in all sia., much of the philosophy of life purposes of this campaign, for impure or impoverished blood. such steps as will prevent the than can be bought any where In Richmond. It is just the sort cf remedy that 31ISS MILMIKD GULDEN. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction iu this singular man's re- but how about the much more .Am. 4fJ ' fesfe-r- , shapes and descriptions of Hats. grandmother used to dig up in th2 transmission of weakness or f guaranted. H garden. It is simple, pure, efficient. markable writings, commonly important elections of next disease of any kind to our STENOGRAPHER AND puts the digestion into perfect It Sfioes In Every Style, Mlffl&a HMre Aiffiy called poetry, but which .Mrs. year? A party that sets up ord:r, stimulates the appetite, asXI j ' TYPEWRITER. children, and the best plan is At one price to all alike. Then- arv sists nutrition, cleanses and purifies Neel insists is not poetry, as- as an earthly providence canKentucky. to put out of the way all imRichmond, the nhole body. shoe stores which keep one or two f The surest and purest and safest serting that she does not not abdicate. It will be held ttio shoes we have, but tlT are ni perfect human species. In venge? JS OjjUcf adjoining A .R Bumairi't. and best of all sarsapanllas is think Whitman believed he strictly responsible not one that keeps the variety in fnt this way alone can we ever "Maude Maynard Noel." which make, our tinwas writing poetry. ATTORNEYS. "He year alone, but every year; hope to attain an' advance or meeca for all who are looking for fit and excelk-nc- ' o'J jtiality and Maude Marnard Noel was wrote his thoughts his not for prosperity in one deSee our SI. 23, Shoe-- 23 th.it oMier shut' stores Sl.73 and progress in civilization or the born in Lawrence County, Jt W. MILLER. heart's promptings and the partment only, but in every areasKingo per cent, more inonev growth and strength of hu- Missouri, and is 27 years of for. manity. All things else have age. Her father is a physi- world is much better for them, department." Kentucky. Richmond, Quart Bottles, One Dollar. a too," she said DAVIS, BROOKS Office in the Burnam Building, next door to failed. It is absolutely- the cian, who moved to Texas, copy of "Leaves while, with in It is not generally known P WILLIAMS,Detroit, nich. & CO. Farmer's National Bank. What's Your Need ? of Grass" and, after all, where he is practicing now. only method, that the Presiden andt Vice LlT:rettes for Constipation and Sick C. P. BCBNAM. when one looks at it from the D This remarkable young wo- her hand, she turned page President of the United States Headache. 2c. A choice, "I'll take the neck W. s. MOBEKLBV. after page and read select never travel by rail together. URNAM t MOBERLEY. 'GSL' standpoint of humanit' as a man is married and the mothB or nothing said the collar to &&QQ&iQ&QQO&0&OQ)tti passages from it. , mere it is not so cruel." It is one of the precautionary the cuff." "Well, I'll be close er of three very bright childSold by D Z. & T. 15. Taylor, Here is her favorite quotaRICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. The Sunday Republic rep- ren. She has lived in WestWaco, Ky. measures that hedge about to hand," replied the cuff, and tion from Whitman: iThe Finest Kigs, Office in Burnam Building, recently occu- resentative asked her to write the two foremost men in the WA pied by A. It. Burnam. "I swear that the earth something for publication em- ern Tennessee for a number " ACTIVE sentlenieii or Indies to bodying her ideas, and she of years, and is known in the shall be complete to him or National Government, the travel for responsible, established The Safest Drivers, STJXjXjI"V-.-2- 3 . if an accident house in Kentucky Monthly, $(i"i.03 J. South and West. submitted the following: l her who shall be complete." idea being that and expenses. Position steady. Refupon the rail should cause the erence. Enclose s e il d r e s s o d The Promptest AtThe correspondent asked "What is it men would have? Mrs. Noel has a decided A TTORX E W, The (HA 'r--SM- f of one of these illustri- stamped envelope. Chicago,Dominion (When I say men I use the her: Company, Dept. Y. stage talent, spent three death RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. tention, "If one of your children years in the dramatic depart- ous men the other would still septl Oifi'-over Taylor's Hardware store, op- term in the generic sense, so they were satisfied. That's posite Court House, on Main Street. which includes women. ( The should become mentally or ment of the Chicago Conserv be spared to the country. The Cheapest Prices, the way with our customers, physically incuiable, would reply, of course, is, a clean you consent to its removal ac- atory and is known to theatB. HOGG, no matter what their fancy New England cusII. If the The Favorite Stable. world! A place where every-thin- g cording to your suggested rical people as a young woman tom of one hundred years ago, LAW. ATTORNEY AT may dictate, we please them. is good and beautiful plan?" Kentucky. of promise. ItiriiMoxn, FOR Underwear. Hosiery, Neckwas now in force, which reand true, from which all the "I should not hesitate to She has no particular relig- quired a girl to be able to bake Telephone Your "Cousin," wear and Shirts of every deOffice No. 13 First St.. up stairs. spurn and volcanic elements give my consent," she an- ion, although partly educated scription and at prices that a loaf of bread and cut it into constituting the dark adverse swered calmly- - "I think itis in a convent in Kentucky, smooth slices while hot, before GRANT E. LILLY, P. B. BROADDHS, can't be reached by others. have been eliminated and con- not only right, but a duty near Louisville. She believes she could be married, itis evi W, A TTORNEY-Ilunle 's Old Stand. 33 Kentucky. signed to that oblivion which which I owe to the child and that Richmond, nature dictates the dent the crop of old maids! The undersigned has three separate small No. separately For Good Values at Low Prices See surges unheard and unseen the race an act of kindness proper course for all persons, would be largely increased. farms which he offers at private sale or tosethcr. All three are situated at Ofllce S. W. corner Main and Second somewhere below the bottom a duty to the sufferer. If I and that if we follow nature's -- 3 DR. PETER FLUCK'SK- streets up stairs. Will practice in all 3 DAYS FALL EXCURSION. the courts of Madison and adjoining of the monstrous world. should become insane or sus- plan we will not be very far STATION, WHITE'S Great German Remedy, counties and Court of Appeals. "Thousands of schemes for tain such injuries as to ren- astray when the final judgQueen & Crescent ioute,greatlovnite on the waters ot Silver Creek. They contain .. Ok rW 'rv1 s fj FriFr f excursion for the usual Aiitumu journey respectively 85 and making the world a bower of der me helpless for life, I ment day comes. acres, and are well ' J. G. & D. M. CIIENAULT, watered and well improved farms. There is made hy merchants and others to Cinserene contentment conven- would want to be, and I be A TTORNEYS AT LA W, cinnati or Louisville. Rate of fare the no better land in Madison county, most ot.it being WEALTH IN COAL. mayS ly Kentucky. iently enlivened by bird songs lieve ought to be, taken off, Richmond, round trip; Septcmher 27, 2S, 2J. Will -- HIGH BOTTOM LAND.-- have been launched by an and, further, believe my he roo'1 10 days to return. Ask Olficc on Second street, over Chenparticulars. ma It is n fine neighborhood and accessible by army of reformers, whose friends humane enough, just The coal mined in the Unianil's grocery. turnpile to schools, churchas, railroads, mills, of enough, and careful enough ted States each year is worth line' began at the 'dawn 'etc., alt within a mile of White's Station Post EXTREMELY LOW RATES TO CHATTSSw o Office, ten miles from Richmond. CREEN CLAY, TANOOGA, TENNESSEE. history' and will, doubtless, for the interest of the race to more . than three times as Wl w "w cash, TERMS Sale will be made ; . A,J ZJ3r J 'JIM . i . W. A TTORNE For particulars, balauco to suit purchaser. -stretch away to the 'crack of do it for me for their love of much as the gold mined here. A The Southern Itailwar are now selling addres.1 Kentucky, doom,' giving forth volleys of humanity a kindness to me Richmond, The product of the anthracite dailv from Louisville one way tickets to Geo. D. White, lickets, didactical impracticability for the sake of our kind," she fields alone exceeds in value Uhaitaiiooa at S3 5; round trip dale ot White's Station. Ky. O good fifteen (15) days beioutl 13 For the Imnfediato Relief Collections solicited against certain forms of evil. continued. de, St) 10; round trip tickets, limited to the output of the gold mines November 7th, S12.20 and Positive Care m ONE OF TWO WAYS. c "It is not 'professional re- "Remember," she explain- of this countty, Canada "and Tlnse low rates will enable every one PHYSICIANS o ed, "I do not advocate the Alaska, which last year to visit Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain formers' who are needed to Thu bladder was created for one pur ami the famous Battle Fields in that DR. H. Jt. GIBSON, fur the urine, pose, namely, a make the world wag more taking off of these unfortu- amounted to over $55,000,000. cinity at verv little expense. c NEURALGIA. The Southern Kail way runs double and a3 such it is not liable to an v form nates purely for the convenH p blessedly so much as strong East of the Rocky moun- dailv service from Louisville to PnYcJCTA N AND SURGEON, Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing. otdfceise except by one or two ways. Trains leave Louisville 7:43 a. SOo. per box. qy Kentucky. men and women willing to ience it would afford, nor tains there are 192,000 square Richmond. t3 For Sale nr u. Dkuccists. and arrive Uiattruooga at 8:00 p. in. The fir&t way is from imperfect action ot in. wholly for the better safety it miles of coal lands and the and the. evening train leaves Louisville the l.idneys. The second way is from make their lives a record of R. H. HUNSTOCK CHEMICAL CO., 7:35 p. iu. and arrives at Chattanooga careless local treatment of other diseases. Office in the Joe Cc.lins building, iS and so Sec- loving acts to humanity. All would afford those stronger annual output is nearly 0 MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ond Street, orer Wnite old drugstore. 7:40 a. in. Through compartment sleepHANNIBAL, MO. CHI3F OAUSr. to evening the ailments of the social body ones, but rather as a kindness tons. Geologists estimate ers are attachedinformation, train. WilUnhealthy urine from unhealthy kidaddress For further 7VONU7VYeNTS, CHAS. HOOKER, are due to a lack of love of to them in mercy rather than the great coal fields of the liam H.Tovloe, Assistant General neys is the chief cause of bladder AJVD ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. Lour ETERINA R Y SURGEON, UEI). Agent, 21G Fourth Avenue. RILEY our kind. The type of Cain in revenge, because we love world as follows: troubles. So the womb, liko the bladChina, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. der, was created for one purpose, and if and want to help them 200,000; United States, east of isville, Kv. is multiplied in the earth, and them For further particulars, prices, ic, address, Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends not doctored too much is not liable to my brother's keepe- away from their pain and suff- - the Rockies, 192,000; Canada, Wright's Ce.erv Capsules. Veterinary Dentistry and sri!i. a specialty. his, 'Am I weakness or d'ease, except in rare cases. Shelbvville, Kv., May 26, '96. To Office npNtatr over Ne r York Store, corner er? Madioi) Moijdmeotal Worfo. jaS alwaVS bedl a COIU- - eriug, and because ve want 65,000: India, 35,500: New is situated back of and very close to Wright'Medical Co., Col., 0.: It Main and First streets. Richmond to help in advancing the race South Wales, 24,000; Russia, the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease Gents I have purchased a box of mon question. or inconvenience manifested in the kid Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. m. n: . lover of his fellow-ma- and civilization." "The for Middeltou. drujrgist, 20,000, and the United States neys, back, bladder urinary passage is Sour Stonipch, Tor idand used them Medicine and Surgery. Liver and Consti BO YEARS wherever he is found, is Maude Maynard Noel lives Kindom, 11,500 square miles. often, by mistake, attributed to female pat ion and found that they cave me imOffice Collins Building, Main Street EXPERIENCE. J A Bock for Young and Old. a reformer in the true and ul- quietly in a pretty little cot- There are many deposits in of some sort. mediate relief every time. 1 think it an weakness or womb trouble Telephone nt residence (the Cflrr place) on T roadway. The error i3 easily made and may be as excellent remedy. timate definition of the word. tage, hedged in by trees on other countries, but their exwe CURE Is - our - - Kentucky. Richmond, - easily avoided. To find out correctly, Yours very truly, NERVOUS Laws for the government of every side, in the eastern tent is inconsiderable. RECORD set your urine aside for twenty-foGeo. W. Rilev 9 DR. O. A. KENNEDY, society should be made and portion of Valparaiso, Ind. Esti 1878 m BLOOD boil's; a sediment or settling indicates coal area, as is shown PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, If: kidney or bladder tronb'e. The mild TRADE MARKS, applied by lovers of the race She has a number of literary above, is small, 'Still she for SKIN & 250,000 BED WETTING CURED DESICN3, Kentucky too kind and too just to halt plans which she hopes to work and tho extraordinary efitct of Dr Kil Richmond, COPYRICHTS Ac. DISEASED S3 years produced more than OR iVQP.1V. Mas. B. M. BO WAN, Milwaukee, PRIVATE the trreat kidney and Wis. mer's Anyone sendlm; a sketch and description may qnicklyucertsln. free, whether an mTeiiUon is threshold of duty in out this winter. Two stories any other country. Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, np upon the bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you Commonications fttrictly H MEN f&4 DISEASES Insure your homes and probaMrpatentalle. acencr fnriwcnniwputenu Oltice hours u to ana to 50 cloclc. con3dentlL OMesi stairs. you should havo the the dispensation of true jus from her pen will appear this need a medicine In America. We hare a WablUiton oQce. m business property against Patents taken through Mann 1 Co. recclra cured THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Now the United States is best. At druggists fifty cents and one special notice In the tice, which is at the same time fall in Eastern magazines, and DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, dollar. You may have a sample bottle AMERICAN, SCIENTIFIC an article accepted by anead. .England coal veins she has - x Kentucky the best form of mercy. Richmond. and pamphlet, lioth sent free by mail. Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be teamlfnllT Illustrated. larcnt drcnUtlon of are thin; one only 14 inches anreienu3cnuniai.weexiy.iermi(uia Tear; CORED m "One of the most perplex- a Loudon publication on the Cured. six months, specimen copies and the Climax and send your wide has been worked 1,200 finned I represent two of the most u0 os I"ATr.XT3 seat&free. Address 1UJU inil&m nnnftl Ilavo you rmrnrn in society, per- subject of social equality. Binghamton, ing questions to Dr. Kilmer it Co., Telephone at office and residence. V T2ll ItiiHS Till! MUNN CO., New York Chemist and Scientist reliable Insurance Companies On the other when ignorant o( tho terriblo crime you N. T. The proprietors of thii paper An Eminent a Free Offer to Our Readers. 381 Broadway. Xevr York. She lives scientifically, feet down. haps, is as to the best methods Makes wero committing. Did yo'i only consider in the United States and re guarantee the genuineness of this oiler. tho fnscinntine allurements of this evil G. W. EVANS, M. D., of dealing with its persistent though a bohemian life. She hand, there are veins in the hnbit? When too lato to avoid tho ter of A. rewero your eyes oieaeu 10 The distinjruished New York chemist. T. re- spectfully ask for a share rible results, TTno can think criminals and incapables. has but little patience with Pennsylvania anthracite HON. C. T. CALDWELL, your peril? Did y' later on in manSlocum, demonstrating his discovery of a your patronage. Wanted-f- in Idea of lome slmplo liable and absolute cure for Consumption hood con tniet any l'ltl VAT1J or 11LOOD tbiagtopateal? gion 60 feet thick, and in the Physician and Subgeon, (Pulmonary Tuberci.Iosis) and all bronchial. 9m mn, frfMa. thY rtnT brtOiT TCQ Wealtlk. Thousands are born yearly, social formalities and will disease? YVerojoucurcil? Do you now S. R ROCK, lnnr. and iihent diseases, stubborn Write JOHN WsU)DEBtrBS 4 CO, Patent Attor-nnd then seo dome alarming cympiomsi bituminous regions 18 feet Kentucky, monthly and daily into a life not tolerate conventionalities. "Richmond. W. Vu., Eecota- ..nutria rtArrKnl r ffections. eeneral decline neril, Wasnlnirtua. u. li. lor ineir tiu pruo Dare you marry in.y"r"7V.cS,l,';?,rJ of Parkers-burg2S lllit of two hundred Inventions wanud. Sec. Street, rUp Stairs). and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions illtinn? You know. "LlKll 1'ATIIEK. thick. Our Appalachian coal It" married, aro you con- awav. inu sena lintel rncr, of wasting XlKK SON." mends Wrights Celery which means misery and pain She indorses and sanctions tntt itr DR. T. J. TAYLOR, iirnm r is innrriaira DOTTiaso (an aina.'enij oi nis un largest- known, failnrowitUyouonnecountof any weak- - P to any aillicUd reader of the Climax Capsules. in body or soul to the end of nothing in Avhich she has not fields are the Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, writinjr for them. ncss caiwca ay carxy nuu;u uc tawt w could supply the lIis"NewTreatmrnt" has cured thousands cccses? Haxe you been drujpod with Kentucky their days. Everybody knows an abiding faith, and to a and alone Richmond permanently by its timely pse, and he considmercury This booklet will point out to PAKKERSBUnG, W. Va., you tho result of theo crimes anil iwint whole world for centuries to ers it a simple protiBsional duty to sntTerinff humanity to donajs a trial of his infallible out how our NKW ilBTUOD TltBAT- this: everybody admits that marked degree she is putting Offlce nnd residence oa Tlilrd Street. January 20, 1995. cure. . MENT will positively euro you. il come. At the present rate of by shows how thousands havo been kitcu Science daily aeseiops new wonaers, anu such lives would be better un her advanced ideas of right The "Weight ilEn. Co., great chemist. ttienttv experimentine for NEW TKBATJIKNT. It prpvej our this years, has produced results as benificial to how wo can OUARANTKK TO CUKE DENTAL SUEGESY. a removal of the living into everyday practice. production it is estimated lived Columbus, Ohio. A1ND RRUIT HOUSE- hnmanltv as can le claimed by any modern ANY CURABLE CASU OR NO 1AY. our coal fields will be ex AtRprimn that lunff tronbles Wo treat nnd cure H.ui&aiuiXB, She is a humanitarian by that hopeless cases of mental and I have been using mmina Tri are tnrable in any climateand is KYPHIMS. ALERT. VAiirrnnnT.Ti consumption Below we 616 years, while se-"Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem- proven by "heartfelt letters ot gratitude," Opened next door to Richmond National Bank, s riucrmtE, I m potksc y, D1S- DR. A. WILKES SMITH, physical deformity to a short practice, is a believer in the hausted in CRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL in his Americai and European quote a few of our prices : ber, 1S94, and find them to be as recom- "filed in thousands from those cured in laboratoall parts but CIIAKOES, lilDMUX ana liUAUUM DENTAL SURGEON, mended. I first betran taking them ries world. grave before the sunset of universal brotherhood of man, those of England will last coal diseases. of tho .$100 Best Granulated SuRar 20 lbs. for. Spring- Aik, nnder treatexperts! concede that bronchial, 212 years. Medical The first while at Hot Kentucky 25 Richmond, Arbnckle's Coffee 2 lbs. for. lead their natal day would be a takes a cheerful, optimistic CURES GUARANTEED ment for Sciatic Rhenmatism. Liver and chest and lung troubles means to Consumption, - 15 Best Brand Canned Corn 7,'ic, 2 for speedy and which. uninterrupt:d, found in America was near 25 Stomach trouble. Constipation which I Best Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 cans for.. I, death. 'Tho Waces of Sin" .rontfree by to the race and an view of things, insists that 2S .. Pine Best Maple Leaf Lard. 4 lbs. for Orrics Smith building, Main Street. Office kindness Slmply.write toTiA. Slocnm. M: C, enclosing Zo tamc. CONSULTATION hall been a long sufferer. I found ihe 111., by Father Henne10 . .. ours, om to i M.; 1:00 to P. M. express Red Star Wash Boards. IPRKE. If unable to call, write for f Jving postoffice Cvlery Capsules gave me great relief street. New York,frle medicine will andpromptexpression of ultimate love to the world is growing bet- Ottawa, ... 10 dentistry. Best Coal Oil per iraUon. be ""Practice limited to address, liAK.lv lor nuao 15 friimjthe beginning nnd have used them ly sent. and the pin, a French explorer, in Pare Stick Candy 2 lbs. for SuffererstOiould take Instant REAT.MENT. 15 tne unfortunates themselves. ter, though we see but litPure Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for ever since. "With pleasure, and ?nima i nroaosition. saw hia offer xres. J. A. Yates. 1679. It was first mined on the J. C. MoEOiX. Please tell theDctor that yoa recommend them to any and evidence of it just I How much suffering both to tle tangible r lUCBiiojra jas. Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention, Give Kennedys Kergan puttering witlt no atuictioii3or eimer tn the Schuylkill during ."WashinMORGAN & YATES, Very truly yours, the weaklings tiemselvesand now, and finds goodness and gton's "Wholesale and Retail. them. think me a call and. be convinced. 122 W. FOURTH STREET, fc administration. of some staple Charles T. Caldwell. Wanted-- ib Idea TTbo caa1eatent? Kentucky. to their possible posterity in beauty in almost; everything. to CINCINNATI, O. thtsc Sold by T. S Hagan, Drugcist. Price Trateei war Idea tthar- mar brlaer you weaith.G. MARGOLEN,, Proprietor, case 01 tneir growing1 up She savs tnat Deiore an-- Four postmasters were appointed for tT7 ..o Jvnn namwiBuiui A BiXBAJ"UfctmAJKki ts'bentBiMl$1.00perbo3c. uauaiurng-"G-- .Write WitavfB.l.a.fcHti-i.wpreo-CO. Byt Opfibb Mala Street, over Madison National f ree. sample. slprftind - other decade there willliave "Kentucky. ot two bwiMd tHToattefj waautt. vrouldbe prevented by a hu WW nans. - - the opening of its eyes upon the world! "To such there is no friend like death, and why should the law not be a minister of humane things, releasing from the odium of 'murder' the taking of life where an authorized board of humane physicians should decide best! "Persistent young criminals, too, after efforts to ren form them have failed a number of times, and those maimed into masses of breathing horror, incurable pain and humiliating helplessness by accident, why should not they by put out of the way, kindly and selemnly? "Everything but humanity is duly husbanded by man and all useless superfluities and infectious germs lopped away. 'Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down and cast into the fire.' "When once the race is perfected in love, who shall say that the taking of harmful, suffering and promisoless life shall not be regarded as a mercy rather than as a recer-tai- Is the Prosperity Cry of the P.egublican Spell-Binder- s. ANDY CATilABTIC STRENG' GREAT I SALE mi bapcinq , The New York Evening Post, a paper that last full fought Br van and the silver moveme: t with all the fervor of its Tcry soul, deprecates the f.ilae cry of prosperity on n tae part of Republican cam-lr.igspell-binders law .' "Ciggjii ? : r- -i . sr vsoz- mr I.N The Way To Weigh More mch3-6- Men & Boy.3... :$:'SADDLERY.:: yWfe'W ready-mad- (J d oo O, Geo. White. hand-mad- -- I e feb21-t- m 3gir wri-saw- : r - wi-a- r Johnston's - .rk-maii'-- Attoknky-at-Law,"- " Sarsaparilla Sl-3- S-- le iipU k:;, ss2&&0gf i , - feb3-l- y Attok'eys-at-Law- 0 1 f-- a v PTky 8-- w e TWO FARMS 31-3- 0 A T-L-A 2G. 1G5 1 ADINE wm 'MX , Vr agents-fo- r ; - -- XI ( mm - pmiisilii - llliiik one-thir- d fr Y-A - T-L-A --- I eb3-- tt , vi- ... ' Cliatta-noog- i. j- 200,-00- may26-6- m Pas-senL'- er GRKNITE 'S) Miijj-23-S- 46- a jasper, 1$ n, w mch2t-l- y o- - FI! -- ... 1 Eng-land- 's ur wmi- 3 btTNUiJ Swamp-Koo- t, mch3-l- y 4 eS I5,O0 Me-itio- ad-dre- js n re0 Tornado. JSOOK ,. 2S-2- 7 j tv.rr.-i- t , - w-- oc ... 4 J Je2-l- y - iirini-i- n & i,iscu-eri- e ' Y A New Cheap Cash Grocery -- i - . -- cer-ta- in . 15 advan-laimnrh- U unso-Hiite- d. v jtj-,- DENTISTS,-Richmo- nd, 4 s 1 je-l- y angl8-l- y ,Ji -- 'ff M Jb -: -- - .if- ) i V -- ,"-. 3.. Jf The Richmond Climax, rtJBLIHHKiJ XVEBY WEOKISOAT BY The Climax Printing Co, taSwLLSfc7"' C I Proper, and Editors. YEAR, 29, B. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICK PKK $1.50. 1897 IX ADVaXCE, WEDNESDAY. $1.25 geniously adopted by TnE Register has come out for the day'; train enrouto to LouL'l!o to Democratic countv ticktt. and in a lone. visither sister. Mrs. John A. lmlde- strong appeal last Friday, urges the elec- mau. Stanford Journal. tion of the party's nominees. So much, Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dykes celebrated r thoir crystal wedding on Tuesday, to good, and may it do much good the ticket by precept and example. Jut Sept 21, in a very delightful manner we would btipgesl that there is a city at their residence on Tlilrr. street. ticket and a candidate for the Clerk of Mrs R. E L. Biggerstaff, of Richthe Court of Appeals who should be re- mond, has been tho guest of lier membered. "A little more grape, Mr. fathor, Mavor Bauin, and wife for UragR." several days. Mt. Sterling Gazette. MisFes Anne Dejarnett and Miss Ikj read Political platforms must in the light of the record of tho par- INancy AVillis are at home from a ties formulating them. Tho very in- month's stay in Virginia, 'lhey pro- Carbuncles Appeared Cach Season Until Blood Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parllAn Indolent Ulcer. " For several yrara I was troubled with la SEPT. platform constructed the Republican City Convention, Aug. 28, appeals to voters of all parties to support its nominees, to "Reform" our city government. Of course the "reform" is along the lino of "economy and honesty." If our Republican friends will prove that honesty and economy have characterized the present adminibtration of affairs of the State, wo will agree to vote tho Republican ticket. County Attorney, ful, pains-takin- g and that he has watched tho interest of the people to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. During tho present term of the Circuit Court ho demonstrated tho fact that the individual interest of litigants were as safe in his hands as the county officers. In the case of Rhodus vs. Cobb made a DEMOCRATIC TICKET Dnzier, Mr. sense and good speech full of common judgment, which has seldom, if ever, been surFor Clerk of Court of ApiwaK passed at the Richmond bar. and by SAM J. SHACKELFORD, of Daviess county. it secured a verdict for his client, to the surprise of all who heard tho testimony and failed to hear the For Circuit Jndpre THOMAS J PCOTT, speech of Mr. Cobb. It has long since been observed by all that Hon. J. Tevis Cobb is a care- carbuncles on my left aldo and my back. Thoy would disappear in winter and return the next summer. I began taking Hood's SarsapariUa oud .have never bad nounce it the most enjoyable visit of any carbuncles since. My little son had a fever and an Indolent ulcer appeared on their lives. Sehlegol has gone to his left limb and spread half way aronnd Mies Edna Louisville to attend tho wedding of it. Our physician recommended a blood her cousin. Mr. Emil llhardt, and on purifier and I gave tho boy Hood's e. SarsapariUa with gratifying resJU." A. her return will visit friends in G. B. James, Polkville, Mias. " I have been o great sufferer from musMiss DeMoville has arrived in ts Danville to be the guest of Miss cular rheumatism and In October began for ouly a few days before re- taking Hood's SarsapariUa. I continued turning to her home in Nashville Ita use until January when I could go Danvillo Advocate. about as well as any one and I have had Mrs. Rutherford Blanton. of Richno acuto pains since." I. W. Mutnick, mond, is stopping at the Mason Hotel Grand Isle, Louisiana. few days, and giving lessons in for a embroidery to her largo class of Kicli-olasvilllie-Rober- "The Florida Agriculturist." Her help proved bo tffleleut and satis factory that she was induced to atiy longer. Step by step advance ti'l Fhe had practically mastered the intrlcnrics of a largo bulnAs so that In the abseuc of her uncle he aanined control with perfeot satisfaction to nil. Hhe is Indeed a t rar woman, of very quick preeptions. line intellect, thorough 17 trms and loyal and a prize of which any man might be proud to win. The ernom i the junior member of the large erncrv firm of Covington. Arnold & Bro., of Rio mond, and v gnntlemati of fine business qualifications, high ocial standing and desprvedlv popular with nil who know him. Mr, and Mrs. Arnold will tit at home to thir friend In Richmond after October 12. J. M. Tacks lc box. A popB-seer- SAVING iMHlHlil TTOTIOWS. Harps oc up. 1 MONEYlHWl d z Fish Hooks Fi-- li Mr. Crutcher Comes Back at The Men Who Caned Him. of Madison county. Recently a dispatch was sent For Comnionwealtli'b Attorney from this place to the dailies that li. A. CRUTCH Eli, " of Jessamine county. both the Democratic and Republican managers Representative, W. W. COMBS. J Countv Jmlpe. 1 II. SULUVAN. County Attornev, cluded to make a still hunt this fall and that possibly there would be no speaking or discussion of public of this county had con- J. TEV1S COBB. Slierin", Ol vocate. After a nleasant vacation here, Mr. Will R. Letcher, Jr , returned on Monday to re enter Yale University. It has alwavs been an ambition of our Assessor, oumr friend to be graduated from T.O CURRY. . ibis famous institution, and as he has buccessfully passed through tho Funeriuteiideiit Public Srhonlg, Freshman." Sophomore and Junior J. W. WAGERS. derstood. closes there, he is certain, should he Coroner, live, to bring a diploma homo next M. G. BROWN. Theke has been filed in the Ken- year. In this hope join many friends Surveyor, tucky Court of Appeals a petition for in Kentuckv who know and admire qjpyqCTSfgffBP! S. F. ROCK. rehearing of the Jiuilding and Loan this excellent young gentleman. How's This. CITY TICKET. case recently decided by that Court. Calico 3ic up Opaque and Linen Shades 20 and 25c Corset Clasps 5c Few equal nd none surpass the We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Table Oil Cloth 13c yard. ForMflvnr The managers and emplovees of elegmice or enjoyment of Mrs. L. Gilt Edge Cotton 5c yard. I 'w 20, 40, 6cc. Machine Oil 5c CiinxAUir. The infant son of Mr. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Boy's Waists 15,Combs, 50, 8, 10, 13, 15, Our Pet Child's Waist ISc B STOUFFEB. J. Building and Loan companies have Ruiherford Blanton's entertainments Canton Flannels 5. 04, 7!. sLadies' Rubber Nutmeg Graters lc 5, 25c Our Best Cort-etbv Hall's Mrs. Thos D. Lure. Jr., died been greatly disturbed over the judg Invitations thither invariably attract and Saturday Inst Chenault, buried in cured CHENEY Catarrh, Traps., Toledo. 15c 19 20 and 25c FoTCi'' Jtiitfr Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery Ilings Cotton Towels 5 aud 10c & Co F. and was ment of that court and everv effort a houseful of guests, ucti yHS the on Richmond cemetery on Sunday. O. J. Outing Flannel 5. 71 and Shoe Blacking 1, 3 and 5c. II. C. RICE. 25 and 3oc Linen Towels 5, 8, 10. 13. 15, 20, 2o..15c the imaginable has been exerted to in- cae last batunlay afternoon when 15 to 40c d, al1 o.or Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c Bob Roy Corsets 50c; long waists worth Cologne 5 to 53c We the undersigned, For Oiv Attorney duce the court to go back on the this popular hostess gave a recention In their bereavement the young par- J. Cheney honorable hive known F. Hooks and Eves lc rani 2 doz card. J". TALBOT JACKSON. India Linen t to 20c Fine Combs 3c up 75c all business of many in judgment rendered just before the in honor of Misses Katherine Blanton ents have the sympathy Hosiery 5 t 65c Cool Corsets 33c Pocket Combb 3c up CMI'XCILMEV. transactions and financially able to carry 3 Spools Thread 10c. friends. adjournment of the recent summer and Sarah Shackelford. The refrebh-menLadies' Vest Fleeced (with slee Safety Pi as 2 and 3c each. " WhWc Brooms, with velvet tip. 10c Mountain's Corset 50c Court House TKV1S. PICKELS. Uakixnv. Dr. Robert E. L. Bar- out any obligation made by their firm. 20 and 25c trm. Dandy Waibts 45c consisted of frappe.ices, cakes, low, youngest child of the late MilTooth Brushes 5, S, 10, 15, 19, 23o West it Truax. Wholesale Druggists. Doisy Soap lc cake. MAUP1N. Citv Mi-sWe think the decision a righteous couee, cnocoiaie anu 12 duz Buttons 5c Cnion Suits 55c up We handle W. 15. and R. & G. Corsets Airs ton Barlow, of Richmond, inventor Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin Smyrna Bouquet Soap 3c Umvertity G IBSON, BALLARD. one and we hope the court will stand Ed Hume dispensed coffee, Mrs. C. H. R. Ball Glvcerine Soap 5c Gon ns 50 to 95c. Men' Woiking Shirts 15e up Ladies' Xew Collars 10c RICHMOND DISTRICT. by it. The literature sent out by Mamie Stockton presided over the of the Planetarium, died in Cincin- Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Cuticle Soap 10c 3 for 25c Indies' rhemiseSO to 68c Men's Laundried Shirts 25c up Suspenders 5 to 50c F- -r Mapi-twX. B. TI'RPIX. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Tar Toilet Soap 5c most of these associations and the bowl of frappe. Mrs. D. B. Shackel nati last Friday and was buried in Muslin Skirts 50 'o i V Feather Dusters 15, 20, 25c Table Linec IS to 95c . For Confutable AV. L SIMMONS. representations of the agi-n- t were ford entertained. The affair was ele Spring Grove cemetery. Deceased ly, actitig directly upon the blood and Cold Cream Soap 5c 1 gross Suspender Buttons 5c Wool Dusters 15 Zinc Trunks $1.25 to $.25 was a brother of Milton V. and Itich-ar- d quite different from the actiml work- gant, enjoyable, complete Blacking Brushes 10, 13, 15. IS, 20,25 The Langtry Hair Crimper 3c doz CLOTHING. Floor Oil Cloth 171 to 25c Barlow, the latter of this vity, mucous surfaces of the s stem Price 75c. and SSc There Men's Siiiks $3 50 Matting 10 to ISc d Shell Hair Pins 5c doz up Rktuknixc. from the Nashville ings of the associations. any of was The receptioh given on Friday last and Miss Florence Harlow. He is per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Hair Brushes with Glass Sc these by Mrs. E V. Gibson and Mr. John well Suits S4.75 up Men's Capets 12Jc up Lace Curtains 30c tip Centennial in October Mr. Bryan will scarcely a borrower in remembered in Richmond. n free. Hair Brushes 10, 13, 15, 19, 20, 25c U $10 d Men's Suns Cuitaiu Poles 15c, complete stop in Kentucky to make several institutions but that was lead to be- li u.bon in honor of Miss Barbour, STAPLE DKY GOODS. lieve he Cosbv Concerning tho death of Dress Shields 5, 8 aud 10c I!ojs' Knee Pants 20c up Parasols 39c up speeches. He will speak at Glasgow, specified could repay his loan at a of Louisville, has not been suipassed Mrs Mary Cosby, which was noted amount per mouth in seven this Corset Laces lc. lkn .' Knee Suits 75c to $ Bed Ti king 5. C S, 10 and 15c Felt Window Shades 10 and 15c on the 9th. years. This proved to be a delusion homeseason. Tho handsome Gibson in our last issue, the Jessamine with itselegantappointuieiits was and borrowers were informed that no Journal says: "Mrs. Mary Cosby) more Competent Xicholasville lawyers specified time could be namtd, and neverdevotedattractive. The afternoon aged 71 years, died in Louisville List was to the married ladies, Saturday, from Bright's disease. claim that Collector Yorkes removals they learned, with Mirpiibc, that The will not hold good. The Supreme after five and six years payments the evening to the younger set. The deceased was the widow of Edward reception committee on both occasions Cosby, who Couit will be asked to pass upon they were just about as deepiu debt was the same, save lived in Jessamine the-Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade, Madisom Circuit questions in the near future, as when they commenced. This no gentlemen present that there were county for a number of years, and jn thcaftemoon. was one of the largest stockholders in Jesse Newby's Heirs, - Plaintiffs, ) Court. caused revolt on the part of borrowers It was composed of Mihses havs the Jefasamine Journal. I?7CQ!V VJLL.T3S J Notice . ULLXJOv w. and justly so. The starters and pro- n aiKer, nart, .untie, Kngnt,Barbour, the Lexington & Danville pike at that Jesse vs. Heirs, Harber time. While in Nichlasville they n Y Newby's Judgment Defendants.) moters of these institutions who and Messrs. J. H. Gibson virtue of a of the Madison Cir-R E. The Republican claim they have were getting a living out of them and cult " v m md Ml Little. The refreshments consisted of lived a portion of the time inT.the thereof,Court, rendered at the September Term nominated a Reform" city ticket should have counted closer. 1S97, the undersigned Special Comhouse now occupied B. regard to party lines. And without chocolate, coffee, ices and cake, bon Crutcher, and had by Judge missioner of the said court, will on B 3 n The decision three little yet every nominee voted the Repub- from contracts, simply relieves many bons, salted almonds, with frappe n i n i dead in the house at ono time, rai burdensome and op- uduiukiik. anu ueuguiiui. in tne even- lican ticket last Nowtnlier, and pro- pressive, entered into from Misrepre- liigtne yard was aglow with parti- - as the result of diphtheria. Mrs. & bably for the last thirty year.. They NBB'l9l,aalliBBMHHHnMHHBKfBMMBHBniHiBfBKHBiHMnHBTVai , , Cosby leaves and want re'orm. but it muVt legin with sentationcannot it should be adhered coioreu iignts, wnusttiie apartments five brothers two married daughters, to. Wo and two sisters. The believe that our Su- had been treated to t he greatest care in v y ry KSXTSJD TVy-- T w ir r y a big R Republican. Ijnnk at Re- preme remains were brought to Nieholns-vill- e 1837. between the hours of 10 a.m. and i n.m Court will reverse itself on so unusually beautiful decoiations. publican Reformed Kentucky! The at the Jesse Newby home place on the waters for burial Tuesday, where six of important a question as this. hall was festooned in golden rod and Tate's Creek in Madison county, Ky , 5, J miles from Richmond, Ky., proceed to sell the asparagus, tho stair way being hcavilv children were laid to rest." Ax effort was made to have Hon The Danville Advocate had to apol- banked witli the following described tracts of land lying and national flower The John Bennett accept the Republican ogize for its surprising statements made sitting bein,j in Madison county, Ky.: Over 100,000 vacancies several times as many vacancies as merabe-- s Tom Arnold a Benedict. JInst have room was in pink, manv can 1st. The tilace Several plans; two plans Bi"efree registration, one plan GUARANTEES pc as the .Tpsse Npwhv nomination for circuit judge in the last week and copied in the Climax reThere is not a more deservedly home place lying on the Tate's Creek pike 5l, 10 cents pays for boot, containing plans and a $500. On love story of College days No ch dles of that color shedding their soft Richmond district, but he declined garding Collector Yerkes' evasion ot the B miles from Richmond. Ky., containing 119 employers for recommending teachers man iu to entertain the otter. Mr Bennett uvil service Law It is not cieditableto ligiu over tne Handsomely furnished popular ami jiiat Bichniuu than Tom acres, more or less, said land has a splenI Rev D. O. M. SuTITM. a. EODTHEttN TEACHKRS' CCREAU, now none is the ob- did residence thereon, with fc. l. SCTTOX TEACHERS St-BCREA- V B iKsi4 and silver Arnold, d gentleman and an Mr. Mckinley to have the respoiibiuiuty room. Here is a S.W Cor Mam &. Sts .Louisvillc.Ky. 1 -, Ch cag Dearborn wmiowt o mgir. ject of such kiudly solicitude and good orchard, all necessary excellent barn. all added able lawyer Ijuicaster Record. Jortltri rienriM fbcto efik?, S'jtitr: tiauiu UasnTit bhificd to his bhouldei6, but the Ad- candelabra scene. beauty and bright well wishes as he. The following fences in good condition, all of the said land Ok ttt rrssttn a kt officw. . ness to the The parlor was a 1 that a reason for refusing such . vocate thinks the 1'resident winked one symphony in pink letter to tho Begister this week tells being of the first quality and in a high atate of and green, nominations? eje at, Mr Yerkes' actio.i. As far ab Dem- graceful wreaths adorning the ivy in of his happy marriage at DeLaud, cultivation, being all in grass. laud conLiintm. ' FvfSl 2nd. Also another tract of walls, 27 ocrats are concerned we believe tliey windows, doors and mantel, acres, more or less, and is known as Flu., last week: tract of land, said land is Gkaiiam Yki:ki.ani, the well w ill be pleaded to tee a clean sweep, since huge pink chrysanthemums in with DeLand. Florida, Sept. 24. the situated on the R. N. I. & B. K. adjoins known correspondent ef the Courier-Journ- the removals thus far have been confined relief. The mosi profuse and atbold At the handsome residence ot Mr, the land of Sid Kanatzar on R. and Bud the north. the Democrats, same time tho most Kanatzaron -N traveling with the Hon. to the list of straight-oand Mrs. E. O. Painter, this city, on on the south the west, aMaple Grove Turnpike boautifullv deThis is splendid piece of Jas Hiudman. who is stumping the l'he Advocate says: corated apartment was tho large din- i Wednesday, September 23, at 9 p. m., is in a fine state of cultivation and has land, good of his canilidnry foi in behalf While admitting that the construe! ion ing room, in which smilax and white Mr. Thomas E. Arnold, ot Kicbmono, fences on it ; Srd. Also another tract of tract of land conClerK of Court of Apjwals on the pi ced upon the recent remaiks in the chrysantnemums were predominant. Ky., uud MUs Delia J. Huartick. ol taining 32 acres, more or less, and known as the gold-bu- s; ticket. Yreeland'f. business Ai)aoctk relative to Collector Yerkes' The cabinet mantel was a gem in this city, wore unked iu marriage, y land, ib to say in the columns of his paper bucceshlul exabion of the civil service smilax and asparagus with gold and Kev. J F. L&ugduu, assisted by Kv. Branch, being about situated on Honest Run U mile from the Tate's turnpike. what the lion. Jame couldn't say if rules was aduiissable, we must deujF silver candelabra and articles of vir- J. McKmney, performing the cere- Creek comfortable Said land is of good quality, has a dwelling house on it, good t he wanted to. Henderson Gleaner. that it was our intention to approve or tu. In the centre of tile table stood a mony. fences and abundance of never failing water. encourage violations of the law by Col- mammoth Cupid plays many queer pranks in 4th. Another tract of land containing Z6 vase of carnation known as lector Yerkes or any one else. In fact w e pinks, tho snowy cloth being edged his elforts to get two hearts in linu acres, more or less,waters or the the Tate's only intended toadmire Collector Yerkes with the delicate asparagus fern. so that he caii send his little golden lyingland on the Tate's Creek pike Creek and along about 5K I for his ability to discover what others Broad satin ribbons fell gracefully anow through both at the tame miles from Richmond, Ky., being in grass and under a good fence and in a state of good cultihave been seeking ever since the older iiuui viiu ciiunueiier co me lour cor time and thua seal their fate vation. for this 5th. Another tract of land containing i! of the i'rebident regarding the civil sevicet ners of the table where white The better orbeen worse." Iuwaitingcase acres, more or less, known as the John Newby law was issued. That is a way tocircuiu-venne has patiently for were clustered. tract lying on Stony Fork and the Kentucky the rules without apparently violat- walls were wreathed in ivy and stud ten years, aud has resoited to many two ing the President's edict and with the ded with white chrysanthemums. auMi.es known ouly to his cunning river, having well comfortable dwelling houses Main and Broadway. thereon, is timbered and produces good President's concurrence in the step that The apartment was a master-piec- e haud,andlii the meantime weaving corn andinwheat. Said land will be sold as a of purchasers, it might be taken. The action of Collector artistic decoration. The guests were a romance that would make goou whole or parcels to suit more money ifsold be found in Yerkes was a bold proceeding. Itappear-e- d free to roam tho luxuriant and spa- readiug for a Btory book. With parcels.that it will bring X I TERMS All of said land will be sold to the to the uninitiated to be a direct and cious rooms, partaking of the deli- what satisfaction he must have g z - -11 highest and best bidder, ot the open disobedience of orders Hut the cious pineapple-orang- e frappe at ed ut the work it has taken him so money to be due and payable in six (81 fact that the President has not taken pleasure Miss Barbour, the guest of long to complete aud how joyously months, in twelve (12) months, and But they are not in town. You can onry find them v cognizance of the Collector's action is honofc traveled with Mrs. Gibson this tie must have flipped his tiny wings the remaining in eighteen (18) months, all of the purchase money bearings evidence that he does not look at the summer through California and is a as he heard tho last words "Whom per cent, from date of sale, here. Every article in the house has been the purchaser or 8 matter in that light. It is assumed, there- handbome, accomplished, and attrac- uou nam j uiieu togettier let not purchasers to execute bond to the said Snecial brought direct from the leading factories fore, that Collector Yerkes was not act- tive young lady, and this pleasant man put usandtT,"and soared away Commissioner for the said purchase money JNTow with good security, said bonds to have the i: "We are determined to ing without authority, neither can he be occasion enabled her to meet many to and other victims for his cun- force and effect of a judgment in the last sixty days, and our house is with liens on the i charged with violating the law if the offi of our best people and to make many ning ! land for unpaid purchase money. Possession make this the V filled with nice, clean fall stj-le- s will be givercial, or olliciam, who formulated the rules friends here. in everyFew weddings were more of a sur- aay January una.all the said lands on the 1st u fortlie enforcement or execution of the prise to friends of butli parties than I Biggest Season thing in our line B. B. MILLION, law has sanctioned his course by retuse-in.4 one, aud very lew indeed seemtills n 3 to reprimand him. For all we know ed to give more satisfaction. No Special Commissioner. II Our "Wall Paper Depart the Collector was guided by the direccouple ever weutout to sail on tne Also at the same time and place as Administrator of Jese Newby, dee'd., I will proceed to tiign sea, of matrimony with more sell the following personal property: merit has known for sev tion of his superiors, but in the absence Mr. Elza Foster About of anv knowledge to that effect he is and Mira Dora Kindred were united in oincare and hearty good wishes 30 bushels of seed wheat and a lot of seed rye, eral 3'ears, and mare mule. J given credit for acting soleb upon his marriage Saturday by Squire D. P. than did they. The wedcing took also one w B. B. Million, juugemeni, anu our expression ot admir- Armer. place ut the residence of the bride's J. Tevis Cobb, Atty. for Pl'ffs. Special Com. Have Prepared g Phone, No. 21. and Admr. MTHBT V.TDfT"!' ation was based upon the simple fact uuule aud auut, with whom she Thomas-Park' that he was smart enough to discover m At the residence ha3 made her Home for the lust rE1 the Best Assortment the way out of the difficulty and had the of the bride, in this countv, last ulue years. No paius were spared to Thursday, Mr. John F. Thomas and make tbe occasion one long to In all the Grades we have courage to lotiow it. Mrs. Susie Parks were united in the by all, and It surpassed -ever offered. holy bonds of matrimonv bv Roy.-A-. anything of tbe kind that has ever J. Tribble. taken place In DeLand. The Only Difference At tne appointed the home the wedding march time the notes of were heard and Mr. E. C. Hoggs was in Cincinnati of Mrs. Calloway, ;Berea, Mr. James Between our Medium and last week. MuIIins and Miss Lnla Calloway, lusta t y all was still save tne Bolt ot in Mr. Bert H. FineGradeof Paper is the Monday. Powell, of Irvine, was here IinsL.isMcMurry officiating. Mr. MuI- aud me ludioud uuics the the piauu ligut steps of bride and a sober, hard workingyoung ami Stock the are Printed on Mr as they came stairs man, and his bride of our best Rot Bergman was down from and prettiest girls. is onetheybitve a groo iced ttie hymenealdown uuder anu altar May In selected Quartered Oak, Curly Birch, Irvine Sunday. floral bell, hid away iu a 1 The Designs, E-- e Mrs. Frank C.irr, of Paris, is visit- bright and happy home. Maple and Curly Cherrv, whi h was a s roi g eltctric Jight, ' Colorings and Ilhardt-Mankiing relations here. Mr. Emil ll- which setit'forth ita brilliant glare Folding and Mantel Beds in Ash, Oak hardt, nephew of Mr. Louis Schlegel, just as the couple came to a nalr. Assortments Mrs. J. M.Smith has returned from will wed Miss Charlotte The enVct was duzzlfngly beautifur a business trip to Cincinnati. and Curly Birch, Separate Bedsteads, Mankin,of Louisylllo. Immediately rays Are equal. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stuart, of Vir- after the wedding ceremony the bri- as the strong amid ot light played Iron Bedsteads, cheap, medium and tbe hide ginia, are the guests of Mrs. Joe Bales. dal part' go to Nashville, thenco to parts aud seek and were folds of the For a caught up muslin high-price- d Sideboards, Chiffoniers and. Mr. Breck McDowell, of Lexington, Chattanooga, arriving in Nicholas-vill- e and divided and sent out in brilliant Very Small about October 8. They will re- colors by the diamonds adoruin the is vioiting his sister, Mrs. C. S. Wardrobes, China Closets, Combination side in. Mr Ilhardt's newly built and bride. Ilev. Laugdcu-osu- n tied the and Library Book-Case- s handsomely furnished residence at nuptial knot, iu his felicitous jet and Ladies' Judge John C. Chenault, Richmond, and impressive manner a good thing to apply in was in the city yesterday. Bourbon Nicholasville. Desks, Extension !I?ables in all grades Chutchee-MaxThe Pine Bluff which held the two souls as one. the House. News. and styles, Chairs oE every description. (Ark.) Daily Commercial, Sept. 22, Congratulations followed and all "We can give you a beauDr. H. C. Jasper, wife and little son notes the marriage ' of a young man fa- joiued in the sumptuous feast prepar- Do not fail to come, look through and SrgJ returned Monday frame a visit to rela- vorably known here where he was iSitS tiful room once ed for the seventy invited guests. tives in Boone Connty. The possibilities of paint The bride and groom took the mid get Prices, then youjare sure to buy. SllOC Mrs. Joe Bales entertained Thursnight train, amid a ehower of rice for both ornamentation and Look Us Over, day evening in honor of her guest, and slippHis, for Nnw York and .oth Awarded Sf sr Eastern citie?, expecting to reach preservation are unlimite'd. Get prices and see if you dllbS .01.O5H, Ul llIlbMJUn. Highest Honors World's Fair, Richmond about the 10 h of October . Painting is also a delightful Miss Belle Marsh and Miss DuMe don't ajn-e- with us. The bride is a great favorite among I'arley are at home from a visit to to those of artistic all who knew her, and th bridal recreation Mrs. H. B. Land In Jessamine. tastes. present- which wete numerous ard, Mrs. ISva Dcatherage.of Richmond, beautiful sufficiently attested is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary popularity. Tne prettiest and'Jby Heacox, ot Third street Leingtou far the finest wedding proRt-n- t vV headquarters for Painter's Leader. presented to a bride in thlo oMnn Supplies and everything usee! Mrs. Fi R. Morris and Mrs. L. T. was an oik caskt, containing 48 Rodes, of St. Louis, arrived on Monpieces of sIid silver table ware jn i;ne worm or am. OF DRAPERIES day and a e visiting their sister, .Mrs from the cwlebrated sllvrmiihB Marie yon, don't' forget that all of our AJSTD CURTAINS. L J. Frazee.sjgg Gorham.M'fg Co., New Y rfc, the lOcent "all paper Isasjieen nnluwLto firm, with which she was fjrmerJy FIVE CENTS. we furnish 10 Mr Cvrus Shifflet and family oimected ind was a small token of OPENS MONDAY. week from Mexico, the it wall paper with D inch border. iitnujonivall8. its appreciation of her valued former in bad health. They are at e wa also kindly'-rernetn-. . .J 9 7S Itoim 10x14 , N Cliir Shifflefs. r r nt. The h'ooin 12x14 . . . hered "tv the ofTlro 3 00 Miis Ulizabeih TTall, of Paris was Florida Agriculturist," the paper on rRoom 14x16 , . 860 Miss Nancy lbenu- - of Iior which she, has held trresnousible . We make "Window.' SImmIm anil Kotr ' Hal J. from Saturday till Tuesday position for sevprI yearn. .nre hrnms, ail sizes ami kimls- JSee our SnsrJ. Tevis Wllkersone ef the : Nine years ago ihe bride left her ;Iine of picture and roomnbuld$na.-"- ' MOST PEgFECT, MADE. jauiui ju tun juuc virnst home in"LanIgvfHe,!fnr a winter npitJMjjpras a guest ot JHlas' Dora A pure Grape CrSra LTartir Powtfcr. Fm Visit to Florida. 8hortlv-,Rfteher lUkwimT&et week. v mwn mnmorai, Aiwn rany otncaouneraM,, IiEXJNGTOX,. KY. 209 .Wert 3tfl'ii Stwwt "irrlTalhB eatwd the, office "of her J, , AQ mUlfi.THB-CTlWUvn- n ftt-JMiwr Jean BnetMUian was ou Sat wm. . ww.r9W9 uneie, js. u. "Paipter, ' proprietor of i . " "'- - .x T """ "'-J'-', & ur II. II. COLYER. Circuit Clerk, S. H. THORPE, JR. G.untv Clerk. ' JOHN F. WHITE. Jailer, JAMES C. LACKEY. atrairs and issues at all. Such a plan is in keeping with the policies of the Republican party and all former parlies out of which it grew. Not o with tho Democratic party. From Jeirerson to Bryan all policies have been openly presented and discussed and the patriotism and goxl judg nient of the citizens publicly appealed to. An open, bold fight for principles has ever been a characterise of the Democratic party. Silence "may prove a better plan for success at the polls for Democracy this time, bui we fear not. We still have confidence in the people and believe they will right all wrongs when proper!' un-- young ladies. Lancaster Record. Miss Carrie Barbour, of Richmond, visited Mrs A. A. Bowmar this week. Miss Jean Amsden spent from Saturday till Monday in Richmond. Miss Amsden left Tuesday for Louisville to attend Miss Hampton's Seminary. Woodford Sun. Dr. John M. Burnam and Dr. Fred erick C. Hicks have returned from abroad where they spent the session of 189G-- 7 on leaves of absence. Dr. Hicks was in Germany the most of the time and Dr. Burnam at Rome. Columbia (Mo.) Herald. . Miss Elizalieth Keith Ford has gone ta Ashville, N. C, to teach natural bcience in Ashville College. She has taught for the last three years in Madison Female College. Her mother. Mrs. Frank Ford, will spend the win ter with her. Bourbon rsews. A North Carolina friend of Col. Morris Lng sent him a vegetable curiosity in the shape of pomegranate which seems to have grown from the center of a bloom, the bloom also Hood's SarsaparHIa wtta Hood's Sarsapartlla. This is the way Mr. W. L. Crutcher responds to the gentlemen who gave him a caning last week, which he will remember as long as he lives: Richmond. Ky , Sept. 18, '97. Thos. -- Is sold by all drugsists. rrlce$i;slxfor$5. are the only pills to take I latin, rlOOU S FllIS engiged in the drug business. Ho is a nephew of Mr. V. L. Crutcher, of this place. spreading half around the pomegranate and taking on a shell. It makes a verv nrettv Growth. Danville Ad Johnston. Forest City, Arthur Mills, Georga Valliant, R D. Tread tell, Memphis, and I.ulhcr Smith acted as ushers. The church was beautifully decorated and presented a nice effect The bride entered the church leaning upon the arm of her brother, Mr. J. II. Mann, and met the groom at the altar, where the words were npoken which united them for life. The groom is a risirg young phvsician of Forest City, and a most excellent gentleman. He is quite well known in Pine Bluff and has many friends here, who congratulate a lovible bride. him moti winning The ' tide is one of Pine UIufFs most popu" " young ladies and has the love ect of the entire community, and r where lte has resided since childhood. Dr. Crutcher is indeed fortunate in win- tucky District. Agiiin thanking each and every ono ning the love of one so gentle and good. The Commercial wishes for these dear for tho handsome and young people heaven's choicest bless- lam very truly, W. L. Crutchkr. ings." du-disBU-d- at the Main street church at high noon to dav, when Dr. Win. Crutcher. of Potest City, and Miss Edna Earl Mann, of this city, were made one. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. W. Crntcher, of the groom, in of Piano, Texas, a most beautiful and impressive manner. Mr. Phil F. Crntcher, brother to thu groom, was bsst man, and Messrs. El-wi- n "A beautiful wedding was solemnized i My Dear Sir: I am unexpectedly in receipt of a very handsome cane, bearing the inscription, L. C, Richmond, Ky., Fro.ni Revenue Officers," for which I tender to you and tho other officers of the Eighth District ot Kentucky aiv sincere thanks. It is natural, in accepting a souvenir of your regard, to consider the object of the donors, and for the purposes for which the present maybe used. I am unconscious of having done any special act for which I am entitled to reward, but feel fully conscious of having tried, as Chief Deputy tinder Collector C. H. Bodes, to treat all officers witli that courtesy and fairness to which they were justly entitled. But when I consider its usefulness I aiiTYeminded : First That it is an ornament, and should I at any time incline to be I have as handsome a cane as can be found to twirl over my ery nimble fingers. Second. Should I nt any time be maliciously attacked, it will servo as a defense and will be used for that purpose, though handsome it be. Third Observation teaches that all men must grow old, and if I should be visited, through the various stages from jouth to old age, by decrepitude, I shall lean upon it, remenib with gratitude and pride the Revenue officers of the Eighth Kengold-headed . 2. G, Lancaster, Ky.: Matting Tacks 2c a box. Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files Cc and 5c. 10 incli Flat File Sc. Curleis5c. Tracing Wheel 3c. Track Hammer 5c. Mnjrnet Tiack Hammer 10c. GlaFS Cutter 4c Pocket Knivis oc up. ' Strainers oC Padlocks oc up. Tea Spoons 4c. Set Table Spoons (5c. Scissors 5c up. Butcher Knives lCc. -Yrew Hooks 4c doz Steel Curry Comb 10c J AVhitewat.li Brush 20c. Iron Glue 7c. line lc lc. 30 Sheets of Paper 5c 50 Envelopes . 12 yards Lace 5c Mates 2c, 4c, oc and fie. 5-- Waiters 10c. Match Sfaes 4c. I Vegetable DippcrSc. Thimbles lc. Dust Pan and Brush 15c. Children's Garden Sets Rake, Hoo Tacks lc Embroidery Silk 5c. and Spade Sc. 100 vils Spool Silk 4c. Wash Pans 5, 15 and 23o. Imperial Enameled Steelware Milk Clark's Thread 4c. Senmimr Braid oc. Pan 18c. While Tape lc Looking Glasses 10c and 20c. Hal Pins lc Picture Frames 15c. Mourning Pins 2c lwx. Ijtrire Kitchen Spoon St.. Hat Webbing lc and 2c yd. Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c-2-0 Webbing 5c yd. Marbles for lc. Lisle Webbing Sc yd. Ink 4c. Silk Webbing Jc yd. Mucilage 4c Dolls 3c tip. Pencils lc. 1 doz Skiens Silk 7c. 6 Slate Pencils lc. JH--JJ!aC doz Collar Buttons 5c. Brass Pins 4c. 1 Filo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. KopcSilk 3c 2 for 5c Tablets 1, 3, 5, S awl Kir Buggy "Whips 10. 15. White Strins: Ties Sc'. -Black Silk String Ties b Black lions 5 ami 10c. Silk Club Ties 10c new st School Crayon ltte box. t. Indies' Belts 10 awl 20c I doz Writting Pens 5c. 3 Penholders lc. Leather Watch Chiias 5c. Kill Curlers 3, 4, 5 ami 1. Ladies' Safety Hose m. and 15c. Bins Velvet Binding 10 hit' Pocket Books 2, 3,4, 5, s. ,., Fan Scrims 10c Baby Ribbon 5c bolt H n- - i " - and save the money of all who come. The virtue in values, the beauty in xvfjcT?ci ,.0 fi,0 i viicrlit. fvntiiR niifl shiiiinir realities of our complete anl a vt n selected stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, &c. It's a stock in perfect touch with Fashion BARGAINS--- b man-and Sw ri-- Certain as Morrow's Suiting !o rlinpn A stock to please the ovwic nnri "PnwK'.'R i t nw h, at prices j'ou all can afford. Our new, fresh goods silence criticisms with honest worth and style; distrust with generous concessions in ; ng useful-presen- t, Come and see this choice selection of honest qualities and learn why sensible, economical people prefer t.. -- ., their monev with us. Our prices will jrive dollar a new dignity. Our line quilitks will clear away your h.st . . You'll trade with us simply because you can't duplicate the goods at cur low prices. We are glad to wek- m tors, and are pleased to show our goods. Our Embroideries have made a great hit, as those who partook of the feast last spring were awaiting the arm the present lot, which was announced to come, and is even more attractive than that of last spring. These Km. t Embroideries sell at sight, and the crowded bargain counters on which they are displayed is a veritable bee-hiv- r. and see them. They wont last long at the prices we ask. 12 yards Torchon Lace 5c. - Fry Qsirt Msans Plsasur ard Profit. jSTOTTOjSTS. DEATHS. - ts Hnll-MEUH- ON. oon-oou- s. es te ls All-wo- ol Eept-1-li- Satin-line- S7-5- 0 k Sals i e u clril-dre- iny, pm Vno-.v- n cr w If 1 Wait For Our Millinery Opening, c-HH I i I rJ ft, .. WmJm))) tt r "r ?!ri EU. EJ Dr fitynainr lupiiiui. 63-7- EACHERS W ANTE 1 Ji-i- oi high-tone- cut-gla- ss I H I IH hf H I 80-1- Newby-Holma- n al ut MAY Jlv21-2- m S- -"s Newby-Kelte- cut-gla- ss BE 99IOCtO9OIOteott0f4l9a OTHERS LIKE I IIS eason Whyi rjiLi IS Newby-Tur-n- er CiF.Brower&Co crvs-anrhemu- lf pur-cha- so Freeman Brothers are makinsr o such a sweeping reduction in the prices of I Boots and Shoes Is that their fall and winter stock is about all in and they are compelled to make room for them. is the time to get a BARGAIN. and the Reason Why Extra- one-thir- d 1 one-thir- d one-thir- d - g MARRIED. FosTEn-KixDiiE- three-year-o- ld s. &OTM WJ Freeman Bros., . PERSONAL,. iu lit temiive III 5; .- r- 1" feipgiin MULLINS-C'ALLOWAY.-- ili re x. PfL lirjW h1 fl II g m Hol-to- n. "otc-m- Is x BEAUTIFUL. e Special - Clearauce Sale j WCfj CREAM hr Is ...OUR STORE... tSSjS r?sSVr :V -- gra & lif5 : Sis iffl, Kentucky Grain Drills Pi' 'Superior Disc Grain Drills ill :;,,L::lBlSflan.&ftB-sSSCo-,s- l BAKING 'Sl CiF.Brower&Co y cuu-sin- P0HD1R j - - H ffnifMStff S Wc' wleat in with one ' drills nd increase your if r -- A1-I- yr ty- 't . ST. ' -. TS. . t? - v. V X&-.JL.- At. ?"" ."4i t- - &.? ;. r . -- i ""-s- ri ss, -- .r h;-- 5 i ".5irff ft Hi II The Richmond Climax. Suits to order at fitoufler's at ready The Madison made prices. fT sept-29.Gni Monumental Works With Business. Rushed The revenue office is being moved WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, - - 1807. into th3 new Government building at Bichmoud and that ends the controveisy about the proposcc remoel to Danville. If you want the best farm wagon, And we don't think Collector Yerkes buy the "Capital". R. L. GENTRY. will resign because of it. Livington ColRev. Milier, State evangelist, is onel. holding a big protracted meeting at Its a hard matter to keep a stock Silver Creek Chapel. of vehicles on hand all the time; but StouQer sells clothing cheapea than if you will leave your order with me you will got what you want. am body. John Donelson. Tuesday will be Registration Next Geo. Whits Selis a Farm. Day. Democrats remember this. Polls opan from C a in to 9 p. in. Mr. Geo. D. White sold on Monday you have seen the uCnpi- - to A. J. Boswell, of Woodford, the When tal" you wHltnot even consider any 165 aero farm known as Elder Bottom, located on Silver Creek, for $4,700. R. I.. Gentry. other wagon. Mr. White has another farm John W. Parrish sold his bunch for sale. See ad on first page. of big cattle, consisting of 3G0. to Joe Do You Play Whist, Euchre or Other Games? Bales for$L85 per hundred. The F. F. V. playing card is better line of boys -"- We have a splendid than any 50 cent card on the market suite and overcoats from three to sixteen Send 15 cents for one deck or 25 cents rears old. Covington & Mitchell. for two decks (stamps or currency) J. W. Biles shipped 21 cars of 1500 to C. D. Ryan, Assistant General lb exK)rt cattle Monday, purchased of Passenger Agent C. & O. Railway, Douglas & Parrish and Milton Coington Cincinnati, Ohio. at $i to $4.75. Opera House. See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. Nat Keis, who has been spending the tn summer in Richmond, will open the "All Coons Look Alike Unto Us, Opera House with a week's engagement, is the way the Republican chorus beginnng Monday, November 11th. goes. NoCuninations for the nigger-a- ll Mr. Re!s has engaged a company of 14 artists, who will arrive here next Satpromises! urday from New, York and will rehearse The farmers are now sending in a week before opening. their orders for the "Capital" wagon. Stoufler sells clothing cheaper than R. L Gentry, Agt. anybody. Bourbon county has two hundred Equal Rights Convention. miles of turnpikes and seventy-siThe Kentucky Equal Rights Assono toll is collected within tln and ciation will hold their tenth annual limits of the county. state convention in Covington Oct furnishStoufler is theoldest clothier, The morning session will be dein the city. er and Hatter voted to business; the evening sesP. G. "Warner has rented his farm sion will be given up to prominent at McCreary to J. Flora, of Rich- speakers, among them will be Mrs. mond, for next year, and expects to Deboo, a lecturer of pronounced force make his homo in Stanford. and ability. Everybody says the "Capital" is See Stoufler for underwear. sept-2Gm the best wagon lliey ever saw. R, L. Gentry, Agt. Bept-29-Cin 100-acr- o sept-29-G- Tho old reliable Madison Mouu mental Works, established 1863, has never experienced in Its history such business as in tho past six months. During a visit to their works a few day. since, Mr. Hamilton, the gentlemanly proprietor, informed a reporter of this paper, that during the past few months they had erected handsome, monuments in Lincoln, Fayette, Anderson, Jessamine and all of the eastern counties, to say nothing of their immense business in Madison county. Mr. Hamilton, having had twelve years experience as traveling salesman in tho Monumental business, is traveling for this house, which Is sufficient to say that it has been necessary for their force of carvers to work night and day to tarn out their numetous orders. Mr. Dozier has ju-- t completed and has under execution some of the handsomest carving ever seen in Richmond. Instead of sending to the East for their carved work, they employ home men and thus keep tho money in the county that would otnerwise go East, n eyag to return. Mr. Geo Dozier, Busingp Manager, having had fifteen years Experience in carving, thorughly understands the business in all its branches. It is an opportunity well grasped to a visit their works and view the display of marble and granite. hand-som- SUrauLite rouse the llrer.cure bilious- ness, headache, dirtiness. Hood's the stomach, m W WKl ea etc our (tomach, constipation, O Price cents. Sold t all drugKUtn. The only lllli to take with Ilood'i SuiaparUbu Staffic- 119 against sudden emergencies from croup and bronchitis, felt by those who are piovided with a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, would be cheaply purchased at ten times the cost of that remedy. In all lung complaints, it is prompt to act and sure to cure. It of security The sense i A mob burned the notorious Sack house in Kansas. - This is Irifsh-Aerinessee Centennial. Salt-Ithcum Day at the AAA Ten- - A WOMAN'S LETTER Concerning Dr. Hariman's Free Treatment for Women. Confederate Reunion. sept-29-G- x 14-1- pept-2J-6t- n There will be a confederate reunion held in tho woodland pasture of Mrs. Thos. Moberley's, on October 14th. Committee on Information Harvey Ellison, Joe Maupin, Joel Embry, Thos. Oldham. Win. Brock, Irvine Azbill, S. L. Hugueley. J. P. White, Sidney Kanatzar, Nep Brooks, J. M. Baker. Jeff Roberts and James B. Ellison. The, above comrades will please report the names of all confederate veterans in their section of the county to Harvey Ellison for en- I received your book on Gynaecology and commenced the umj of your medicine at once. I tok five bottles of Peruana and two of Man-- a lin. I feel like a new woman. When L commenced a taking I could hardly walk across my room ; now I am doing my own work, can walk a mile and a half tb church. I shall never cease to thank you for presrribing for me. I had bjen under the treatment of two doctor, but neer received any benefit until I commenced Liking your medicine. I am now veil and able to do my own work. I wish every woman who was suffering as I was would pond for one of your books tosnf-ferin- g on Gynaecology. It ha God-sen- d women. May God bless you and spare you many years to relieve women who are suffering :w 1 was. I am nnx-iofor every worn in who is suflv ringas I was to know wh.i your medicine did for me. MRS. II D. AMOSS, Greenfelniro, Ga. A free book, written expressly for wo men by Dr. Hnrtman, n '1 be pent to any address by The a Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Pe-ru-nus Pe-ru- -i Ohio-Decemb- Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition.- - Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 lenta per package The War NaiimiHl Association of Mexican Throttle Thrown Wide flnen, THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE 1 a "- W5'iw;.a - . . usy Bee Cash TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN xYlreach' the- - Stores MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. Wtria s met at Nashville. A Curo Fcr Bilious Colic. Itecource, Screven Co , Ga. I have iti ii subject to attacks of bilious colic for several years. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy is the only sure relief. It acts like a charm. One dose of it gives relief when all other remedies fail. G. D. Sharp. For s.de by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. sept-1-lm are unloading at our door, car load after ear laid of boxes filled with new Fall Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almostlarge enough for small dry goods stores within themselves. It is almost impossible to pass the streets in front of our store. Our shelves, our leges our upstairs department, ourbase-nmand attics are all bending and groanii g under the enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them. it No Tariff added, no Dad Debts, nothing to cause our enstomers and friends to pay an advance on a single article bought from us this seon. rollment. and Means Dudley Tribble, Joe T. Jones, Thos Duerson, Dr. W. U. Martin, Sid Taylor, Cy. Baxter, Ira Scudder, Charles Jenkins Jesse Newby, James Miller, Crate Maupin, Harvey Kanatazar, James Bonney, with tho following sons of Confederate Veterans, Charley Jackson, Con. Taylor, David R. L. Gentry, Frank French, J.Talbott Jackson, Sears. Fox. These comrades will see that all old and inferm confederates have a way to get to the reunion. Committee on Tables Mrs. WTm. Arnold, Mrs. Joo Bales, Mrs. James Cosby, Mrs. Thos. Thorpe, Mrs W. B. Jones, Mrs. W. T. Tevis', Mrs. Laura Blanton,Mrg. J. Bntner, Mrs. Owen McKee, Mrs. Jake White, Mrs. L. P. Todd, Mrs. J M. Poyntz, Mrs. T. T. Covington, Mrs. James P. Tribble, Misses Lizzie Feeny, Fannie Watts. The Annie Riles, Lela Beatey. chairman and as many others as can ot the Ladies' committe will meet at the Tuesday morning next, Oct. 5th 9 o'clock for the purpose of arranging plans etc. Tho committee on grounds will moet at the grocery of Thos. B. Collins Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 9 o'clock', a. m. Committee Jas. Cosby, A. S, Gott, D. R. Tevis, John "Fecney, Charles Jackson W. Stewart Jones. T. T. Covington. Tho Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at Dr. Poyntz's home office next Friday, Oct. 1st at 9 a. in. Important business. Mrs. Maria Lynn, Pres. Mc-Cor- Committee of Ways 9 A Bales ami McElwain ship Friday fa of saddle horses to the Hudson d Bros', sale at Louisville, Oct. 12, among them is Fweet Pea the premium roadster and harness mare. Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy without seeingStou tiers. We ask every one who is thinking of buying an overcoat this fall to come in next Monday (court day) and see what we are offering Everyone a bargain. Covington & Mitchell. car-loasept-29-Cm $3.75 Conversation By Tclephoe. The first really longdistance conversation over a telephone wire from Danville took place yesterday when John Embry, the cattlet buyer, held a five minutes conversation with his employer, Nels- - Morris, at Chicago. The message went frome Danyill by the way of Har- rodsburg, Frankfort and Louisville, and cost Mr. Embry S3 75 for his five minutes alk. Danville Advocate. President McKiuley made a number of appoiutments. wheat opened at a decline at Chicago. The man w ho stands idly by and sees the life fading out of his wife's face, The Shakers of Mount Lebanon, a sees her health going, sees her becom-ruicommunity of simple, honest. old and faded and wrinkled when men and women, have prepared the she bhould still be in the perfect enjoyShaker Digestive Cordial for many years, ment of vigorous, useful health, is either and it is always the same, simple, honest, less than a man or else does not know of curative medicine that has helped to the one remedy which will bring her make the Shakers the healthy, back to health and stength. Perhaps people that they are. The Shakers never her husband cannot persuade her to go have indigestion, 'litis is partly owing to her doctor, because she naturally to their simple mode of life, partly to the inevitable "examinations" and the wonderful proprities of Shaker Di- ''local treatment." He can persuade her, gestive Cordial. Indigestion is caused if she needs persuasion, to take Dr. Pierbv the stom.ich glands not supplying ce's Favorite Prescription. This truly enough digestive juice. Shaker Diges wonderful medicine has cured hundreds tive Cordial supplies what s wanting. of women after the best physicians have Shaker Digestive Cordi.d iuvigorates the failed. It has been in constant use ami stomach and all its glands so that after tested every day for thirty years. It isn't awhile they don't need help. As eviden- an experiment, there are no chances ce of the honeMi of Shaker Digestive Cor about it. It is a caitain cure for all dial, the formula is printed on every botweakness, irregularities and tle. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to displacements of internal organs pecu$1 00 per bottle. It liar to women, ng God-fearin- You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don" employ an unexperienced to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our ..telves and piled up on our counters has been selected with great care by a buj-e-r who L .s had years of experience; who knows a "rood thing when he sees it." buj-e- r g Our campajgn against high prices this season will be the hottest lought battle in the history of our business. set the pace for competition and let them follow. "We long-live- d Great stocks of Calicos arc piled up on the streets and in the store and some of the verybest brands are only : per yard. Dring your wagons ami load up. We ihiu't offer jou one yard at thu price, but 1 000 yards if you want them. Blankets, of all descriptions bought in lots. As we have two great stores to buy fur we can save our enstomers many a "Hard Earned Dollar" on Blankets. We sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-- 4 size, large enough for any bed, at 4Se per pair. 100-pair dn-ad- s Canton Flannels, bought direct ftom mills in solid car lots. A great saving to our customers, as we can sell them to you at letail and give you wholesale prices. vO JPfv The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our Brag" Department. sept-l-l- m President McKinley and party arrived d, at Adams, Mass. Tho Frost did considerable damage to bacco in Owen county. to- - Hats and caps latest styles and est prices at Stouffer's. 6ept 29-l- low- Fine Saddle Horse For Sale. A new stock of buggies, etc. at Donelson's. Harry S. Morgan, at present sole John Tnichart Taylor, formerly of thie owner, will, on Monday, October 4, (11) o'clock, promptly, on city, pitched a fine game at Harrod&btirg at eleven against the Louisville Colonels, count j' court day, unless sold privatelast week the latter winning by a score of 3 to 2. ly before, oHer at public sale in front of the court Iioufc in Richmond, Ky., Only four hits were made oil" Taylor. his fine bay saddle stallion, Walking Clothing at prices never so low at Denmark. This is one of the most sept Stouffcrs. noted horses in this section and the sept Mr. J. W. Masters sold, Tuesday, sire of many fine colts. of this city, to Kev. J. W. Prather, The Snivel Service Farce. his farm, near Perkins, containing The following old soldiers are reinstatHo also sold his G7 acres, for 3,500. ed in the revenue service: M. V. Roark, fctoekof general merchandise to same Anderson county; Allen Burton and E. party for about $3,500. Schneider, Jessamine; Joseph Pearl, If I havn't what you want give me Laurel ; Henderson Wheeler and J. w. your order subject to approval. Tevis, Madison. Mr. Yerkes has 18 John Donelson. other iecommcndaiions of a similar naRev. George (). Barnes is holding ture on file at Washinton. Democrats num-heservices at the court house every are being discharged in sufficient "on account of oversuppry" to acand is assisted in singing by night, Miss Marie Barnes. Great crowds comodate the new appointment. Winchester Court. are attending. "While here the couple ar- - vihiting Mrs. E. V. Gibson and J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports Mrs. T J. smith. 2,000 cattle on the market. The top feeders, which See Stoufler and save money on price was for 55 1,000-lbrought 4c. 20 common heifers, GOO lbs. clothing, over coals and underwear. 2Jc; 1 lot fair heifers, 700 lbs , 23c- -, CO sept 29 Gin 29-G22-2- The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use Sv nip of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To get the true and genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Company, printed near the rcsponsiable druggists. m of Yourself. is the duty of every man to make It the most of himself. Whatever his capacities may be, he is sure to find some place where he can be useful to himself and to others Hut he cannot reach his highest usefulness without good health and he cannot have good health without pure blood. The blood circulates to every organ and tissue and when it is pure, rich sept-l-land healthy it earries health to the entire The detectives raided a gambling system, but if it is impure it scatters disease wherever it flows. Hood's Sarsaparhouse and made two arrests. illa is the one true blood purifier. It After serious illness Hood's S.ireapar-ill- a cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, dys has wondcifiillv building up power. pepsia and rheumatism because these It purifies the blood and restores ferfect diseases have their origon iu the blood Ladles. 2akc tho Host The most elegant things to he had anywhere in suits or overcoats can he found here. Our tailor made, satin-line- d buits and overcoats arc the death knell to all competition. They fit better, thev look nicer, they wear longer and they are priced lower. Try a suit of our Hoys' Cl.itliing. They are double knee, double seat ami elastic waKt hands, warranted not to lip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Doots and Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices made all through the line, stock larger and more complete than ever. Dring in your grain bags and fill them up. Prices lower than ever made. with drawhave a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-lineers to match, heavy weigtit, that we can sell at 2h; each that beats the world. Same that fold last season at 4!c. Vests. "with pants, winter weight, 19c, Ladies' llrece-line- d Kibbtd Vests and worth rc. Children's fleece-line- d pants from Soup, winter weight An elegant line of ladies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low prices. AVe d, Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities are to be had in this great Kmpor.im of Bargains. If you need anything from a lc paper of pins to a steam engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. n Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We tRke a special pride here, as pietty, stvlish Cloaks are greatlv admired bv even one and our Cloak Department is titled with beautiful thincs. Call and look through whether you need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you '"Vy-- through. ISWeteSirPSt Don't he tiie lat one to call and see this immense stock of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the hot things are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the crowd. "You will meet with a hearty welcome and be waited on bv polite, nice salesmen. Thanking yo for past patronage, we are ; health. It sept-l-l- m Respectfully, Scarlet fever is epidenvc in the Clear Creek country in Woodford county. Tired, Nervous, Sleepless Men and women how gratefully they write about Hood's Sarsaparilla. Once helpless and discouraged, having tast all faith in medicines, now in good health and "able to do my own work," because Hood's Sarsaparilla has pdwer to enrich and purify the blood and make the weak strong this is experience of a host of people. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, sure. It Columbus, Ga., was visited by a disas- trous fire. Dangerous Drinking "Water. Death lurks inimpure water It breeds diseases, often in epidemic form. The first symptom is looseness of the bowels. These diseases are checked by taking Foley's Colic Cure. W. G. White sept-l-lRichmond, Ky. m JP "QlV w n mroiAM O'V & mMPAw V J , V W W Vr S& Fire at Arlington, of $50,000. Ga., caused a loss rs George Little Beats Them All. b. Caj.t. F.erett Berry and Miss Annie S. lulling, both of Richmond, were maj nwl at the bride's residence Wednesday night, ItewJ. 11. Boatman officiating, ('apt. Berry is a native of Clark county where he has numerous friends. The bride is a German lady of considerable wealth. Winchester Democrat, A new line of backboards good heifers, 815 lbs., 3c; 10 700-lsteers, $3.80; bteers, $3.S0; 1 lot 850-lfat cows, 2 to 21c; 150 inferior sheep, ljc; 75 lambs, 4c; mare mule colts, $30 to $50; horse mule colts, $20 to $35. th Some cattle left over and prices lower on aicount of drv weather. b. one-four- The Handsomest in Town. The handsomest exclusive millinery establishment in town is that Donelson's the nicest you ever saw. which Miss Tempie Oldham has openNearly everyone will be more or lees ed iu the storeroom west of Ariner's interested in fall and winter clothing, jewelery store on Main. Its location l.ver since early last spring we have and adaptability are unquestioned, preparing for fall. We bought whilst the stock of goods and the abillargely this seasonand by buying early ity of the trimmers are unexcelled. we bought at a low price and will save Miss Oldham will have her millinery j on money on every article of men's and opening on Oct. it will be someboys' wear. Covington & Mitchell. thing out of the ordinary as she has I Ast week one looking through the spent some time in the cities perfectcommodious ware room of S. L. MidkifT, ing her knowledge of the art and layon Third street would have concluded ing in new goods. A Grand Millinery Opening. he intended to quit business. He had s iid nearly all of his buggies and baMrs. Lucy Maun has just returned and you from the city a large and handsome rouches. But go there y ill see a full room of the nicest and display of millinery 6iich as is selcheapest bug; ries ever brought to this dom seen in Richmond, and will on market. have Friday and Saturday, Oct. That the ladies of Maysville do not her millinery opening. Mrs. J F. outlaw the silent stel of steel is shown Stone, whose capacity as a trimmer is bv the following item: The cyclometers unexcelled, has bcenemployed by Mrs. of some Maysville cyclers register the Maun, and would like to have her following number of miles: J. T. Kackley friends call and examine their beau2, G00; Senator Worthinglon 005; Mrs. tiful line of fall and winter millinery Cox 1,000; Miss Marie Hunter 3005 before purchasing elsewhere. ReMins Bessie Hunter G00; Mrs Smoot400; member the opening dates. No 124 Mrs. J. Kackley 750; Mrs- - Ed Geisel 500. East Main street. Madison People in Rockcastle. We do not want to be paitial to any 6ingle line of our business, and give our Mrs. John Ogg. of Madibon county, ability to every department, -- and we is visiting the familj of Ely Coffee foftly say to you that you cannot find in this week. town anj thing in onr store but what is Lum RImel has returned from his the best to be had for the price. An threshing trip in Madison. He investigation will convince you thpt threshed 18,000 bushels. what we claim is backed up with facts. Miss Louise and Mattie McGuiro, Covington & Mitchell. of Madison county, have been visitAll members of the Madison ing the family of Ike Coffee of this County Equal Rights Association are place. earnestly requested to meet in the Some young people of this place Public Library room, in the Collins spent Saturday and Sunday at the Rig Building, on October 2, at 4 o'clock p. home of Tom Jim Ballard on the Wil-die m. to elect delegates to the annual Hill. They report a nice time. Letter in Mt. Vernon Signal. State convention. at John Ih-c- ii 2; In a competitive civil service examina tion for Janitor of the new Goernment Building for which there were scores of applicants from all over the district, as the place pays $000 per year, George T. Little, the well known colored barber of this city, received the highest mark and appointment. Without disparaging the others, George Little is the very man for the place. He is not only the handsomest man of his race in Madison county, excepting, of course, Joe Mackey, but he is the very incarnation of politeness, a gifted conversationalist, and a cyclopedia of information. When Collector Yerkes has a visit from Secretary Lyman J. Gage or the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, he will be able to show them not only a finer office building than Danville has, but the most accomplished and agreeable janitor in the United This conversation will take States. place: "Mr. Yerkes: "Allow me, Mr. Gage, to intioducc my valet, George Talker Little." Mr. Gage: "Hell", George, glad to see you." George T:: "Ah, ahem, Mr. Gage, a visual perception of your material essence awakens a sensation in my cardiac region which completely eliminates any inclination to despondency. Take ofl your coat, Colonel, you are 'Next,' Ah, I beg pardon, I should have said you are first." Mr. Yerkes: "George, will you please turn up the gas?" George T.: "Certainly, Colonel, I shall curtail the defalcation of the nocturnal illuuiinury that it may dazzle your ocular optics more potently on tliii auspicious occasion." Mr. Gage: "George, what has been your occupation ?" George T.: "Well, really, Colonel, to be plain I have been engaged for upwards of a rightsmart while as a successful abridgerof the hirsute appendage . Mr. Gage: "Indeed, well, do you use tobacco?" George T.: "Ah, pshaw, Mr. Gage, very rarely, that is, I mean with extreme infrequency or seldom over. I sometimes use snuff, and I shall be grateful if you will permit me to insert the extremities of my digits into that odoriferous repository that I may inhale the pulverized particles of the weed to the gratification of my olfactory organ." .Mr. Gage sneezes, Mr. Yerkes grabs the Cyclopedia Brittanica and turns on the fire alarm. After a breathless wait of three hours the officials recover sufficiently to order an ambulance and repair to the Patlie A. Clay Infirmary. George T. 'grabs a broom and ascending to the apox of ot tho clock tower endeavors to sweep the cob webs off the sky. Evenrbody Says So. Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonderful iiuUical discovery of tlie age, p eas-aand rofivslnng to the taste, act penlly Persimmons are ripening rapidly. and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, "When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret7 cleansing tho entire s.vstrm. dispel colds, cum iicauaciie, lonsupaiion candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 2oc-- and biliousness. lever, iiai'liu:iiand try a box Please buy of C. C. C. 10, & Ml rents. Sold and mayo lyr guaranteed to cure by all druggists. Fall apples are scarcer than ever beIncendiaries burned a newschoolhouse fore. and barn in Casey county. No one in ordinary health need becomei Bonfield. HI., Aug. 14, 1805. bald or gray, if he will follow Eeusible treatment. We advise cleanliness of the ''I am subject to Cramps and Colic, scalp and the use of Hall's Renew er. used many remedies, It and haveColic Cure beats them but find Foley's all. W. De fros' is on be punkiu' and much oh L.Yeates." AV. G. White Richmond, de fodder's in de shock. scpl-1-lIvy. nt m fel L r- - rT- - -- - -- nr -- r- -- a- -- a, -- r f 1 AT "My boy came home from school one day w ith his hand badly lacerated and bleeding, and suffering great pain." says Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Dros.' Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the wound, and applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely. All pain ceased, and in a remarkably short time it healed without leaving a scar. For wounds' sprains, swellings and rheumatism, I know of no medicine or prescription equal to it. I consider it a household necessity." The 23 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. G. sept-l-lWhite Richmond Ky. m Nich-olasvill- The Tennessee State Hoard of Health declared a quarantine against Cairo, 111. A Housnold. Nccccssity. No family should be without Foley's Colic Cure, for all bowel complaints. W. G. White Richmond, Ky. sep m The Mexican Veteraus will hold their next reunion in Louisville. -1 We have just received the largest line of OLD PR ICES I ra 2td on r- ea.- - Slothing, 0luercoafs, Undersea r article needed. m Hals m IN RICHMOND, which we bought early before the tariff was put It Saves tne Croupy Children We woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every to-da- 2, W-1- have a splendid sale Seaview, Vi.-on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and our customers coming from far and near, "Work has been commenced on speak of it in the highest terms. Many telephone exchange. have said that their children would have Dear Sir: I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough Tar Houey, and seeing many recommen- Remedy had not been given. Kellam dations from different persons, of its & Ourren. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for wonderful valuable merits, I thought I sale, dy W G. White Richmond Ky. would try a Dottle. I have been serioussept-1-- 1 m years with a ly affected for twenty-fiv- e cough and pains in my side and bieot Afraidis atacked the camp of Gen. me a miserable life. Blood in India. that were caui-inI spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and fir medicine, but everything failed FOUND. until I tried this wonderful remedy. It At "W. G. White's drug store, a marheals the world and has saved my life. I recommend Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey velous cure for all kidney complaints, to everybody with weak lungs. It is a nervous exhaustion and temale weakness. great success. is Foley's Kidney Cure, bept-1-lIt J. B. Rosell, Grantsburg, III. It Six chidreu were cremated near CoThe Interior Journal wants Stanford's lumbia, S. C. surplus dogs bologna-SJHsageg m d, M Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES up. NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT P m The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. 9 STOUFFER SI m 7 :::tgSgtfSg;::8S5gag 7Sg5 Astr' ju. ylX'7i a (LHEKJ rz'Ji?i rtt-h- i tVM4tV-yiL-VC- 5TYSl i 'S5nY33J&GW ,'tW-iJ FLT-- L''ftm' m box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever Just try a 10c. Stray Hogs tor Sale. made. mayl-l- y The Hackett murder case is up for weighing alout 75 pounds each, marked trial in.the Shelbv Circuit Court. with swallow fork m left ear. Ureat Opportunity. We giveaway, absolutely free of cost, for a limited time only, The People's Commen Sense Medical Adviser, by li. V. Pierce, M. D Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Sii'gi-ca- l Institute, a book of 1008 large pages, profusely illustrated, bound in strong paper covers to any one sending 21 cents iu one-cestamps, to cover cost ot mailing only. Over 680,000 copies of this complete family Doctor Book already sold in cloth binding at regulaa price "of $L50 World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, 27 Y. A nt It not called for by .September 301 will sell publicly at Duncan & Chenauh'B livery stable, two black sow shoats, STRAYED From thi neighborhood of KunTon Grove, on the Union pike, a Bay Mare, about 15 hands hieh, 10 or 12 years old, mediummanc and tail, slightly Bway back, on Monday. Sept. 20th. Any information leading to her recovery will be liberally rewarded. gcpt22-- FOE SALS. Two thoroughbred stallions. Elkwood I'Sulmrh.in winner!. "Dunbovne." both wjnner3. For particu'ars write to PKTVP PI 5TFT T,1 at1gll-2l- ll HopkmsVllIe. Ky. iUSIM, BROKERAGE and INSURANCE ss IlLAND FOR SALE I have 45 acre of land for sale. Tin land lies in the Foxtovvn precinct, direct Ion a rounty road, well watered and frnced. new modern hoose; very pro- Can be bought cheap Also ductive. my home place of 70 acrrs diiect on the Foxtown aud Boonesboro pike sept22-4J. W. GAKKISOX. I I i w Rout. TEr.imx, sept22-2w Chief of Police. S I. TAYLOK. President of the Madison County The Equal Rights Association. of Central University will begin at its Musters will offer for sale at Perkins, this county, on October 8, 189", all of his crop, farming- implements, household and kitchen furniture, a lot of fat heifors, milch cows, calves, 1 good bull, hogs, shoats, horses. 1 mule, 2 good jacks, 1 horse. Also yearling colt, 1 the combined stallion, Red Squirrel. At same time and place will sell 25 whisky in bond barrels of d and interest in still house. AY. - Sarah C. Bennett, Law School Opens. organization of the College of Law Mr. J lecture room on Main Street ovor the Fanner's National Bank at three o'clock P. M. October 1", 1S97. At that time two of the Professors ol the College of law will meet such applicants as desire to avail themselves of the advantages of the School. Advice will bo given cs to matriculation, the course of Self denial is the one thing most diffistudy, text books and other matter con cult to inclucate and always hard to prac tice, especially when there are good nected with the Law school ' But there is . i thinirs to eat within reach. Appiicans tor aumission must register . u(j gef den5a, nfcCCS6ary if vou tolcp Sim wiili R. W- - Miller, the Secrefary of the nions Liver Regulator. It promotes di one-thirSchool, at the lecture room on Friday gestiou, prevents Dyspepsia and a dose after a hearty meal ot delicacies will preTo The People. next, Saturday or Monday the 4". discomfort. It's the best goodwill vent any I am a candidate for the office of The regular wcrk of instruction It night toddy Cosnty Attorney of Madison. If elect- begin Thursda)', Oqtotber 5" with Pro" Left Ovir. ed, my rule of conduct in the office ehnll fessors "William Chenault, J. V. Xogan On the 6th and 7th of September, force be, "equal and exact justice to all peo- anil H. V. Miller as the teaching 1807, there wero left In our stock pens ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall ol the school. The course of study given by tho. Col-leg- o two head of cattle. Tho- - owner or be my constant endeavor to secure a pru prepares students Joe the practice owners "will please call ana prove dent and economical administration of keeping and the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus of law in any State of Jthe Union; and the same and -pay oxpense ofvrc a. Unrn , 'Trt ujjiooM..al dlDlomaotw.eJuooiaJi6eiMetoprac - i " reduce the excessive rate of taxation. ' OAfifl-gf- c I t sEIehiaoJxLKy. , tteeLaw, solicit your aid. Gb Ajtt E. Xxily. - X v : T 3v7r--- ... I T if 41 d Ij1j-1.;iori.nintci -- '- . - r - k- . . i i. ."J3"'.'w f . 5- . - if j. . r .. - 1. T. & ,k. '. T. State. County and City Claims The ladies of the C. W. B . M., of Bought.', the Richmond Christian church, invite First-claI will sell at public sale to the highest Fire Insurance Comthe ladies and young people of all the on my premises, bennd best bidder, panies represented. 10 and 11 o'clock, tween the hours oi Christian churches of the county to Agent for New York Fidelity a. in., on and Casualty Co. meet at the Christian chnrch, in RichryWill write yon accident mond, the first Saturday in October, at October 16th, policy or go on your bond for 10 o'clock. There will lie an interesting small premium. morning and afternoon program by the Onkr Concerning thelmial of Bondsi Office in Masonic Unildinsr over members of the C. W. B. M. Aux- STiTE OF KENTUCKY, ) Maj Term, The following described farm, containwa- -i acres of land, lying on Covington & Mitchell. ifaduvn Co. M ical Court. ) u)ie4,"97. ing 217 ilver Creek, nnd betterthe iliaries and mission bands of the county known iif pis septS-land a light luncheon 6ered at noon in All work done prompUy anil csatlj- Ivrjrk by the Madison Coun- - as the J. B. Miller farm, being 8 miles ordered Dr. Wintermeyer.of Covington, found the basement. AH are most cordially tyIt is for myself and not tor the Richmond Wat r A. JPlscal Court that an election be from Richmond, Ky., and 2J miles from Light Co. Call for me at the Water & Gu l o a $50 pearl while eating raw oysters. held and a poll be opened at the next Silver Creek Station, adjoining the Office JAS. J. McCABTUY. sept22 2w iivited. sepU5U countr election to be held in this i jan,j8 0f j. p. Simmons. S. 1. , J. P. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Lifb Away. 2. 1807, fo" the pur- -' jone8 and Jlre. J Hazan. The land is county onnrtrm rLrLnruin rtitrurrinxuiririn pose of November on II you want to quit tobacco using easily of weu wateied and ftneed, fairly cood Mast erCommissioaer'sNotice to Creditors taking-- a vote and forever, bo made well, strong, magnetic, Bmds.to be sold to enable the Fiscal residence, two excel!int tobacco barns, full of new life and vigor, take Court pf this county to purchase and two pood tenement houses, stable, ico tnat makes weak men the o Madisok Cibcuit Court. maintain the Turnpiko Koads of this house and all other recessary strong. Many gala teu pouna9 in ten oays. your 1 of toll to tho traveling nss, Hood school' within 1 mile of Jas. Boss Admr., - - - Plaintiff, Over 400,000 cured. Buy druugist, under guarantee to cure, 60c or nublic. farm. Said land is iu two tracts, one $1 .(X). Booklet and sample inallal free. Ad. Sheriff 157 It isJfurtherordorod that theelection S0r acres and the other as a acres and Jas. againstHeirs, - - - Defendant, j As Trustee of Sterling Itemedy Co., Chicaco or New York. Estill, I will exItoss' whole. will be sold Feparatel and of thii, county advertise this All rersons having claims against the pose to public sale on the premises, at 10 and ttie object thereof. Terms made kiiovi on day of sale. Grenada where deRevolutionists in estate of James Ross, de'd., are hereby o'clock a. m., sharp, on Thulquestlon to be submitted at tha Duerson, W. feated by Goverment troops. notified to file the same legally verified. FRESHEST GROCERIES, I said ejection is and shall bo abe you Kirksville, Ky with the undersigned on or before the Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1897, y.vyou ov issuixa bonds for the , sept22-3Some days nothing will "come ont in 15th day of November, 1S!7, or same will A No one Bine Gnus Farm, well purchase and maintenance of tho CANDIES, -right," from the time you rise till you rewatered and in a high state of cultivaS. E. Pcott, be barred. Turnpike Boads of this county Free tire. Ten to one. the trouble is in 3onr-se- lf tion, containing 225 acres of land. A So. 2,1. C3I. C. sep22-4-v FKUITS and Toll for tlie traveling- public. S of Your blood is in bad condition, one dwelling bouse and fonr magnificent J A Copy f ACTKSTr CAN GOODS and every organ suffers in consequence. barns. If from any canse the land is not li Jko. F. White, Clock. What you need is the cleansing, invigormid it will be rented for- the year ISlB uVt the lowest Price. Byl'hos. Thorpe. D. C. influence of Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. ating Will also offer forfale 15 or 20 head Of ii Forty-thre- e It acres pf land, 12 acTrsof horses and mules, some tanle colts, ii i. brder 70 hoes, 4 or 5 cows are calves, a lot .f In pursuance of the above being-th- I which" is firstelaeamver bottom land, Three; ntore, filibustering expeditions farming implements ol AU kiwds. Al with good dwelling) house and- stable will ak November 2, 188711 Lave rachedCaba safely. a boot 500 barrels ot eors. i shock. aiWln refculi;tfavembr. eleetteBf""open, a thrown fn. Ofie.tnHarter mite from t Otter Creek R. J. 'White. Jr.. has a fine farm for lot of hwnber. Terse slade known tu V W lb TWWJ rff"Z u'yv f.iiL.MtKlittou ceoiitv. Kr:. to Sheareffir CASCAKXT8stimulatpliver,kidneys and F6rlurthrpMeaUWicUnnoraidrewiie containing 86 acres of good land dayratBftte. TjJ.SMITir. -- ' " " ? --,, weaken orljfipa. c xnwm i .iqwwnwn bKiiL. Ji B. GRIMES,- - j awl k iiBprnvtMuenta, 24' miles from- f.aepU-3,. fr" ' 5 hold i&Ud election: ! .. rat, ?; Mpuhr - 3. p. snot ros, M--- I menwau mr iwt pnwwjr sepzz-z- . , aeptJvsfBR ihrnwiAnjuinnnfutu PUBLICSALE! To Voters! jas. j. McCarthy, Muliy, W, Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. - w Kos-s- the-Jssm- c, wonder-worke- r, The Best Flour I outbuild-countyfre- Trustee's Sale! J-T. - 1. ! w - For Sale ! 'WjMer-tark.on a -- i Lund For Sole! w f-lnr r j A. D. Smith. -- . bowek.-iN87er8sk- iit Ui(K-ll- 1 , r- - . at.,- - - - r . jj ., J - a a ' a. MS- , . ", - -- - w . - a ' " .,' The Richmond Climax. WILL THE COMET STRIKE US? (By Miss Proctor in the N. Y. Hcrald.l YOUR WATCH 4g5SgpSf nounces Prof. Falb, of Vienna, anthat on November 13, 1899, a comet will strike the earth, and that the end of the world is to be the result. Meanwhile, he is probably making calculations to ascertain whether the violence of the shock will rqduce our planet to dust, or whether it will be enveloped in an atmosphere of poisonous gas, which will kill all living beings. Fortunatery, science reassures us as to our possible fate, the chances being one in fs a most delicate inrclianfcm. It fifteen millions that the earth needs attention. It pays to liavo a will be destroyed by colliding good watch fir.- of all Then it pays with a comet. It has also perfect onler. A Avatch to keep it needs cleaning every six months as taught us to look forward to much as doe your face every day. the night of November 13, It pores get clogged. We are expert 1S99, as the date of a regurepairers. event every A Fine Watch co'.t three times as larly occurring -t 1:1 much, twenty year.s ago, as it does now. Machinery has reduced the expense of making. We have some very finesolid gold watches of the best makes, for iow prices. Delighted to show them to you and to talk watch to you. I have a full stock of everything in the jewelry line that we are offering yon at big bargains. We are clearing out our ladies belts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. D. P ARMER, je30-i- y The Main St. Jeweler. Educate FOR A V. S At their former appearance the uncultured, far from beholding the sight with admi conrRicHTcorv 61. My ration, considered it a fearful Aaira, WILBUR R. SMITH, portent, heralding the end of LEXINGTON, KY., the world. This fear lead to Tor circular of Ins famont and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY manjT quaint scenes and sayAwarded Medal at World's Exposition. ings on the eventful night of Hcffr tn thousand of frradnate In roitins. Cost of Full Iluilnru Course. Including Tul November 13, 1S33. While tion. ltookn and Hoard in familr. about ft) and Telegraphy, Spccatlliej. Sherthiad, eThf Krntnrky CnlYemty Piploma, if desired traveling through South CaroI.itfrmryCiioriwfrw. awrdI rrnriimle Entrrnnw Grada. nndr mccewfnl in 1S34, lny father ordrr l Mart J.otarallnn. yorr leUrr rtnch , Affjrf o'y, lina, WILBUR R.SMITH. LEXINGTON, KY. (Richard A. Proctor) met aiilS-6some of the plantation owners, who told him the had much ado in controlling JJ f?T the excitement among their "Busy Bo o wasner slaves on this night. II of them cried for mere', praying that the end Price, of the world might be put off a little longer. A Souther nei IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE whose slaves were overcome with terror at the threatened been thoroughly tested by THIS washer .has and Madison county famiKichmond end of the world rushed to without anal for efflies, and stand iciency, simplicity, durability and cheapness. Thoii'iands of ladle in all parts of the country his house and, knocking at are u ng thi maschine. and declare it to be the only washer that has relieved them from the door, cried out: "Get up, drudgery or wash day. massa; the Angel Gabriel will We will sell it with the posi- have done blown his trump if tive guarantee that it will give satisfaction, or the you ain't up soon." However, he assured them that money will be refunded. E ery washer is warranted for Si e years, and there was no cause for immeif any part (rives out within that time, we will replace it free of charge. diate alarm, and the world Richmond. Kv .July 5. 1837 was left unharmed that time. I hire pnrchashfl a "Busy Bee" Washer from Mr. It P. Landlord, an I my wife Rae it Probably no display of falla trial and is much pleased. It docs the wort perfectly and is not tiresome. ing stars has ever attracted KEY. J.W. HILL. The above is one of rrnuy testimonials greater attention than that in this city. Amonjrour references we refer to the proprietors of The Climax, who which took place in 18GG. At hae purchased washers and are well pleased with them whole heavens times the $5.00 Remember tbe Price is Onl), seemed ablaze with stars, and For further particulars call on or address I have heard one who witnessB. P. LANGFORD, ed the shower describe the Box 98, Richmond, Ky. meteors as "great balls of fire falling from the sky."' BOLD ON AX Telegrapny Situation. 3jw Sf Business. PHONOGRAPHY, Type-Writi- easy and the time of recovery of shortened many say "stronger The sentiment in favor after than before confinement." bimetallism is growing strong- It insures safety to life of both er eveiy day in the United mother and child. All who haire States. But for bribery, in- used 'Vriotber's Friend" tay they again. never be without timidation and false promises willother remedy robs it confineHo thirty-thre- e years. On this on the part of the Republicans ment of its pain. ' will encounter the people would have won in night the earth 'Mother's whoso wife go says that If nryriads of meteoric particles the last presidential election "A en'tomer rho bad to usedtlironch the Friend, ordeal again, and thero were, but four bottles to bo boftln. tbe the same path campaign. Now that the is- obtMned.nnrtthorn." GEO.LAYTON.Dayton.Ohlo. he traveling along would hare as Temple's comet of 1SG6, sue has been made plain; that tbTMn.nrclptifprtce.fioPERBOTTI.TJ. Bn"k. MOTUHRS" nailrd Ire and the two are probably falsehoods have been exposed; TO -- EXrFCTANT ud tcIu&Ui testimonials. cjmlliaiE T&luble informltiua closely associated. We shall that international bimetallism THE BFlADriEXD REGULATOR CO., ATLAHT.. Q l. SOLD BY ALL DIUUSCKTS. be undoubtedry treated to a has been shown in its true 25-grand dispkry of celestial fire- light, the people will flock to works, and the history of the support of that party Cuyahoga, tell a different turned home Friday. Establishment KIRKS VILLE. their appearance in 1S33 and which has their interest at story. In 1S95 the RepubliAT 216 EAST MAIN. 1806 has prepared us for the heart, and will, by their united can majority in Cuyahoga Mrs. A. W. McMurry has glorious spectacle we inay votes in 189S and 1900, estab- County was 10,76S. In 189G, returned from a visit to her I am prepared to take all kinds when the Gold Democrats were sister, Mrs. G. W. Shepherd. of second-han- d furniture, such look forward to in 1890. lish national bimetallism and make the gold monetary sysWho Can Measure tem all the more secure. mother It The influence of The Republican press real- shapes the coursethe unborn genof ize that the international bi- erationsgoes sounding through metallism dodge has been all coming age3 and enters the Eternity. played for the last time. It confines of With what care, therefore, has served the purpose for a should the Expectant Mother be quarter of a century and is guarded, and how great the efoff danger and to now completery worn out and fort be her ward happy. life make discredited. No longer will this bait be used to catch dudgeons, not because there is Allays any change in the ethics of rethe gold clique, but because lieves the the leader.3 recognize that the .Headache, trick has lost its attraction. . .Cramps Now the fight is to be made and Hau-scand squarely on the issue of gold, so preand the people should hail this pares the change of front as an omen of system that is made 1 DELAYED. CORRESPONDENCE". UNION CITY. 4 T. "Shorty" has returned. Clay Crews succeeded K. Hamilton at Jones'. 1 1 Ellin 11 I 1 C x ii WKEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER wxnt- - "Mother's Friend" a, CLHd-Birt- h victoiy. 21 Mr. Irvine Azbill is recovering from malarial fever. bRh 38 ' i M Al irKi The Association was grand, but there is less grub in this ii locality than fora spell. arc kept sound and weak lungs Services are being conductare made strong by Dr. Beils; a scientific ed at the Christian church by remedv of the most wonderful efficacy in all lung affections. Revs. Gamboe and Tindar. I had a long spell of 'ever that nettled In my lanes end caused a Don't forget about that big vere cough. My physicians thoucbt I would not recover, bat Dr. Bell's Democratic majority we are stopped the cough at once ana soon resiorea me to neaun. GEO. A. AIOtEX, Clear Springs, Ky. to give in November. going DR. BELL'S Misses Pearl and Mary Gentry, of Richmond, are the PINE-TA- R guests of Miss Mattie Hamilton. Mr. J. D. Hamilton, of this i3 a certain specific for coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asth-- , place, and his son, James, of ma, whooping cough and croup. Trice Sit, 50c, and (1 a bottle. At all the L. & Depot at Richmond, druggists or sent upon receipt or prlcii by E. E. SUrUi XMtkU f... left on the 15th inst. for Mexrdik, Ej. Vf VlH r'6?f ico, Mo., where they will visit G friends and relatives. Miss Eva Finnell, of Win- Having Opened a chester, a very charming young lady, who has been the guest of Miss Nora Lanter e ::Vv ruriiiiurc for the past two weeks, reA" 4 b h T Sound Lungs ANDY CATHARTIC y Pine-Tar-Hon- "Aj-oarnr- , , , se- 10c, 25c, 50c. MOST PgtfA t. CURE CONSTIPATION mm sir? 1 ALL 4 jwTrfcWKwi'sWTTi JsssMms1 DRUGGISTS. OF I , MERITORiOeS MEOIGAL DISCOVERY TJE AGL HONEY 27-2- Are your bowels irregular? Too much? Too little? Then let Cascarefs regulate them. Otscarets will educate yoar bowels and make them act just right. Cascarcts make weak bowels strong, and keep them strong all the year round. Cascarets kill disease germs throughout the system, and prevent all summer complaints. Don't wait till you" wV-s- t get sick, but CAH let CASCARETS protect you I 0SecondHand ... s, DnrgsHsU, or by nail for prise, ioe, aje, 50c, a box. Sample and booklet free. Address STERUNQ REMEDY COMPANY. Ot rt. Cbfcrzo: noaUcal.Caa.: Nor P mm o scpts-i- y thus restore the prosperity that was destroyed by the demonetization of silver. GREATEST Hanna and ON EARTH. Political Ring Cir- McKinley's cus and Boodle Menagerie. Point Pleasant (W. Va.) Register. 5,000 Special and trains re- quired. 500-Rin- gs combina- tions. VTHE rome. 200 Great confidence hippod- ds Trained Congressmen. See thegreat trick elephant, g. o. p. See the gorgeous pageant, $5.00 "The Return of Prosperity," 70,000,000 people in the caste. See the Supreme Court in the thrilling- unconstitutional act. See the mammoth instructive menagerie. 50 Dens of Labor Skates. 50 Dens of Wild Populists. 50 Dens of Cuckoos. See the Great Wave the only one ever captured. Mainmoth Dens of Untamed Silverites. See the Only Terrius Pon-deul Ever Captured Alive. Sahib Ingersoll, the Wonderful Snake Charmer. g Don't Miss the Great Tariff Bill, accompanied by Trainer Dingley. See Trainer Reed and his marvelous kennel of Trained Congressional Hounds, positively an astounding act these hounds will stand on their heads, make laws, pass Tariff Bills and draw salaries in full view of the audience. 500 Trusts battling in an Arena. 1,000 Collapsed Banks. rf Per-formin- to-d- sj augll-3- m voting for McKinley, and Han. a was spending money like vuter to carry Ohio for McKinley, and was making a special eifort in Cuyahogo County, McKinley's majority in Cuyahoga was 5,878 barely one half of what it had been a year before, and the heaviest Democratic gains were in the wards where the workingmen voted. This is a sample of Hanua's popularity with the workingmen in his own home. For the whole summer of 1S9(5 the Brown Hoisting Works, in which Hanna was lai'gely interested, was under militai'y guard as the result of labor troubles and a strike of the men for living wages. The coal strike of 1897 began in mines in which Hanna was a partner. For a friend of labor this is a good record. Actions speak much louder than words, and the workingmen of Ohio will prefer to judge Mark Hanna by what he has done in the past rather than by his honeyed words on the stump. The leopard cannot change his spots," and Mark Hanna cannot make himself a friend of labor by empty campaign Ask the laboring speeches. men of Cleveland and they will tell you that Hanna has ever been their enemy. Conger says that Mark Hanna's nomination is an insult to the laboring men of Ohio, and he knows whereof he speaks. CLARK ON BRYAN. The Missouri Congressman's Comment Upon the Nebraskan. IScdaila Spec, St. Louis Republic The series of meeting at this place, conducted by the I3ri- ney Brothers has been quitea success. Misses Lena, Jennie and Alice Duerson have been the guests of Mrs. D. B. Willis during the meeting. Miss Grace Tudor and Hal-li- e Edminston and Josie Stevens, of Crab Orchard, are the guests of Miss Amos Willis. Squire N. B. Coy left on Monday, for Lexington, accompanied by his son J. Mac, who will enter Kentucky Uni- as clocks, bedsteads, mattresses, bureaus, couches, in fact anything 3'ou want to dispose of in the line of furniture or old cast off clothing-- second-han- d stoves. also do upholstering, carI riage top trimming, renew mattresses. All work to side-board, An education at Harvard, Yale, or auy other college or institutimi of learning in the United fctatns. or in the isew Lngland ( onscrva- v tory of JIusic, can he secured ly S any yount; man or woman who is a in earnest. Write for v quickly. JAMES D. HALL, X r FREE EDUCATION. 1 7ZX7ZZXr? 3(5 Brotnfield St., Boston, Mass. order Gibson JUSWraiJUa1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED of 3'our patronage. scpts-i- y I respectfully solicita share WM. BROCKMAN. Mm Is Mki D. All persons holding claims atrainst the estate of Jas. Tevis, deceased, must present same to me, properly proven on or before Oct. 1, 1S97. R. TEVIS, Administrator. BRIDGF0RD'S augll-2r- a versity. There were anumberof new pupils enrolled at Prof. Har- ECONOMIST I RAPE. I SOMETHING Ita Li ris' school Monday. beginning to look likeElliott's It SEE THEM EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE THEM! Every Merchani OUGHT TO USE. is Fine Goods, P298COOSC3 Institute. VALLEY VIEW. PEKSONAI.. G. A. Hoy is spending a vacation from biiMiiCNS in the bouthwott. W. L. Kit mess returned Saturday from a visit in Rockcastle comity, wheie Apsociation. Mips g he attended the Cane spring Baptist Frenuhbu'-ist week, after a prolonged slay with the family of her brother, Dr. Elmer Xorthcutt. Mrs. G. W. Beck returned from Ohio, where she vibited relatives. She was accompanied on her return by her niece. Miss Maud Guin, of Findlay, Ohio. J. W. Stafford, who for the pa&t week has been receiving marked copies of the Cincinnati Enquirer and Louisville Dispatch, has about experienced the new birth of political spirituality. H. II. Smith, our clever and efficient agent who was taken ill and went to Irvine last week, is expected home H. H. Poston, that prince of good fel lows, is m.iuipulaiing the keys during Mr. Smith's absence. 1 to-da- y. Hatlie Norihcutt returned to ( tt HAMILTON' t e . Sjs - J I' ffArVlh'rW jUTOGRAPHICQ PRKVGNT "rorRettln-- r to charRe," 1'KKVENT dWpute accounts, l'ltKVi:.NT mistaken of all kinds. ACCURATELY record null sales, SAVE nnwnuu Olfl fe ..' The East I: IliarKetN vst oer book-keepin- g. MAKE three bills at one writing. Used by Retailers Everywhere. Wnle for circular SOLD IN v4 snJ N BY RICHMOND. 9 Hamilton AntoraDhic Register Co. HAMILTON', OHIO. may26-6m FroiD RowelF? Newspaper Directorij. "The Iiichiuoinl, Ky., Cmmx, weekly, , cretlited with the Li or in Madison count; circulation accorded to any paper in the Eighth Congressional Distriit." ;t. The only in MiMUon Which siipiHiit. all t li Denn iniuinees. from l're-u- li ut to t SUBSCRIPTION, la Aivaacs Ie. . . STEAM FIlOM THE KETTLE WHERE DOILED DOWN. NEUSS . prrrr'lik Mcdonald's urinti. CELEBRATED FALSE ISSUE REMOVED. WORM POWDERS m tji THE CRCATEST WORM OtSTROYtB EAST AND PLEASANT TO TAKE. I j Smallest dose. Easiest to take. Entirely veiretable. Most certain and never- - tiirr with continually incrras- Mnedemand. Thinka moment. ? Does this not mean merit ? 5125,000 Children ycarlj- - Sent 5 their Grates by Worms. I failinr Worm Destroyer EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a cen- - i ill w rjjEK Man' silver Republicans, sars the Chicago Dispatch, i to I HcDONALD'S CELEBRATED WORM POWOERS would have saved them all. TTtTCl I For sale by all dni?slf BOX. 25c.andX03ItIn medicines. t dealers Manufactured only by the proprietor, J"ltol"vlllo. Tn. may5-Cm- o The && Cycle Lebanon voted for McKinle" because of the pledge in the platform in favor of international bimetallism. These voters now see that this pledge was sim-p- la dodge to fool the people. None of the Republican leaders is desirous of establishing bimetallism, either through national or international action. All of these leaders knew that, so long as the settlement of international bimetallism rested in the hands df England, the polic-o- f gold monometallism was safe, and for this reason they inserted the plank referred to, believing that it would catch votes and thus in reality Cli:un) Clark sn,W -- that lie hal 500 Gold Standard Clowns. See the Wonderful Grover and his troupe of Educated Hogs. Thrilling Wild East Exhibition. 10,000 Enraged Working-me- n. See the bloody conflict and the tiiumph of "Law and Order." Don't miss the marvelous Museum of Anatomy. 9,000,000 LivingSkeletons. not previously seen IJryan at one of his Seeing liim to lay he ri'tclieil this unique conclusion, expretaeJ in this way: If Bryan had Rone into tr.dninj: ns a prize fighter he woulil have uhiiiiKJilcor-hett- , Fiizsiinmons or any other man He has the most perfect health I ever saw, anil he knows herter than any man I know how to keep il so He hIIouh nothing lo annoy him. To-tlhe tool oir his culls so as to have freer ine of his s, hand. Once, when I was speaking in one of my culT buttons broke an J I was compelled lo take the cuff off. liiir outtloor meetings ay con-gref- Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. Price, $75.00. Corrugated Tubing, z in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 Manufactured by H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. 01 i ! i u ?- - ti- - Mark Hanna, in his recent effusion at Burton, Ohio, .HE PAIS THE he helped open the Reand ray skin was yellow and dry, I weighed where only 148 pounds. I now weigh 170 pounds, have publican campaign, posed as a good color, and rest wen at night. I have a good appetite, can eat anything I wish. For the friend of laboi and claimI ate nothing but Graham bread. . . .TOD PAT FOR THE . . . two years, while under treatment byaphysidan, ed that the laboring men in In reference to the above letter, JR. Tolleson, P. O. JJos 17 C. Xner. Spartanburg Ox, S. C writes: "Thenbove Mr. B. F. Holmes, Ua good his own section of the state christian gentleman, and one whose word will go a long way with those who know him. I use appreciated the fact. Figand sell Dr. Pierce's medicines, and I to Mr. Holmes.", ures are said never to lie? and Dr." Phone 3. Second St. diseasePierce's Pleasaat Pellets cure that a study d& the election statis prod aciag disorder, eaastipatjou. Tfey cer siL xmtj mw gripe. xrag mCKXQXD, KY. tic dt, Iark'uown- - county;: ... Will o"0 who, knife in hand, 13 preparing to drive it into his heart, has had a narrow escape. There are thousands of grateful men who have aroused them selves from the lethargy of recklessness and neglect, just in time to ward off the dead!" assault of that dread enemy of mankind consumption. The weapon with which these men have successfully combated this grim destroyer has been Dr.Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery It is the only known medicine that will jprevent and cure consumption. Taken in time, it will always ward off this deadly disease, and even after the devastating germs have attacked the lungs, it will cure 98 per cent, of all cases. It acts directly on Uie lungs, building up new, healthy tissues and driving out all disease-germ- s. It corrects all stomach and digestive troubles, invigorates the liver and makes the appetite keen and hearty. It is the- - great blood-makeflesh -- builder and nerve tonic. There is nothing else "just as good " and the druggist who says so is untrustworthy. " I was a saflcrer for five or sir years from indigestion, sore stomach, and constant headaches." writes B. F. Holmes, of Gaffney. Spartanburg Co., 8. C "I tried sereral of our best physicians and found no permanent relief. By the persuasion of Mr. J. R. Tolleson, a friend of mine, J commenced on the h September. 189$. to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Pellets' which gave me relief in a few days. Since then I hare used five bottles of Golden Medical Discovery and five vials of Pellets When I commenced using the medicines I could not sleep, had a restless uneasy feeling all the time, r, vm -.. j " in time to ward off the uiuw ui an assassin, 5,000,000 Dog Eaters. 2,000,000 Homeless Women. 7,000,000 Ossified Voters. The man who awakena 3,000,000 Blood Sweaters. from a deep sleep, just Colossal Mammoth dens of Starved Miners. Liars . Human Tramps. Wonderful family of Political Acrobats. Thrillin-leap in mid-ai- r from Silver to Gold. Come one. Come all. Close your stores and fac tories and wait for the Big r Whereupon the Philadelphia Inquirer cot after me with a sharp btick. Getting back to Bryan, and his endurance, I think that since he has been before the people he has uttered more words than any other man in a whole lifetime. Methuselah included. In all of that he has delivered but one sentence which has been called bad by the critical opposition. That was when he said, 'I am now going into whit is sometimes called the enenirx' country.' In this rae the s left out the words 'sometimes called' before they could make capital out of the sentence. That is what I call a remu k ible oiatorical record." ile-publi- -.i LITERAH Y NOTES. THK-E- TENANTS OF THE WHITE HOl'SE. Parade. Admission only Ladies aud children under te. 21 years admitted Free. For further particulars apply to the "Advance Agent." BANNA'S RECORD. A Sample of His Popularity Wilh the Workingmcn. The firttand only pictur. s Mrs.MclCln-leyhasha- d taken in ten jears appear in the October number of the Home Journal. The form part of a scries of new and unpublished photograyhs of the new occupants of tha White House. Mrs. McKinley woie for her picture her inaugural ball dress of silver and white brocade, at the special request of the Pitsident, who thoughtit particularly becomeing. The excellent portrait of Mr. McKinley in his office was taken In June. The other pictures in tho series show the many ehanges""in the arrangements and furnishings of the rooms and grounds,, made by the I'rsuletit and Mis. McKinley. TEN DOL1.AI-- S A WEEK FOB EIOI1T. FREIGHT. BRINKS. -- -- ;."" - ' t & A. not seem possible lhat the table for eight people ran ba tirbvidctl for ten dollars a week. But Mrs. Rorer,-- the most famoHsn cook in America, says it can be done. She has tried it and knows. She proves hercaso in The Ladies'- Home Journal for Octo"ber. Shegiyestwentyoue menus covering a week's meal, anl gives full, practical directioas by which any woman .can make as attract! ve'sveak as xr r ;i i - MMB t jcijb. Munei eapuuuej tvt let BUBWJ sum' if. C ?Uea dollars.. ,r - - i doM! - It "i VimiT EMISSIONS trains. Returns to former appesrtnees GREAT DISTURBANCE IN HADES. emaciated orgMns. No C. O U. fraud nor recipe deception An editor who died, says an anonymous (f we could not cure, we wculd not send our medicine FKKK to try, and pay when writer, Blowly wended his way down to atisfied. Write to day, as this may nyl he supposed a warmer reception tppear again. where Address awaited him. The devil met him and Western Medicine Company,. said: " "For many years thou hast borne the IXCOSPORATED. KalaaiU'o, Mil-!- . l blame ot tlTe bad spelling that printers 24-- 23 have gotten off in the paper. The paper has gone for one dollar and a'as the dollar has failed to come in. The printer Chesapsaks has deviled thee for ".vjges when thou hast not a farthing to thy name. PeoTime of Trains at Winche iter, Ky. ple have taken thv, paper without paying WBST BOUNDJf for it and cursed thee lot not getting out 55 Ut.Sterlinfr and a better sheet. Thou hast been called a Eastern Express Lexington Acoia. 8 30 am forLoulsville,4(..rt 7 am 3 00 pm by the railroad conductors Morehead and Lexington Accohu. dead beat , 60 pm Setr York Limited F. F. V. . :vi en thou hast shown thy para to theii .EASTUOUNDi! einious gaze. All these wrongs thou Lexington and Morehead AcconL.. 9 15 am hast borne iu silence. Thou shalt not Xew York Limited F. F. V. 58 am Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 6 30 pm enter here. Washington Kxpress 9 3B pn And as the "editor turns and walks "AcoOHiffiodaUoH trains run daily except &fin- away, Satan mattered: Heaven m his Other trains rnu daily. Tlirongh sleeping and diaiadlir serviee ttf IA1V Vv1p home, and beeide if had let For iarorraatSonVrates or reservations Jie would have been dunning Aalt n. m K.'HOOD. AgaatLJkN.Sy., Q m- gueM BUMenows ima mm v, n ittiiwrv m If W OBAtta I . " I . O. r.xTCJkO.Bir., down in n. few das on account of being out of logs, throwing seventy-fiv- e men out of work. Rev. Walter Raughn, of Nicholasville, hpgaii a series of meeting-- i at Syloam M. E church latSundiy. From there he will go to Jolly Ridge, where he will hold a revial. An ice crpam supper will be given at church, on Tates Antioch ("hri-tia- n Creek, Saturday night, the 2oth inst. The proceeds to go towards buying an organ. All are cordially invited. John Etep. pged about 15, who camp from Keattyville last spring and was hereby officers from that place m the charge of alleged theft, has returned. The arrest and release came about in this manner: Young Estep entered a doctor's office and told hiin he was feeling bad and needed some medi cine. The doctor after a careful diagnosis of his case told him to take something and left him. The Ixiy as he left the office took the doctor's overcoat. The arrest followed and the boy swore that he was ordered 'to take something and the overcoat being in sight he filled the debtor's prescription. lie was arretted words by the on the and releaf-edoctor Last Saturday the county campaign was formally opened at Friendship church, on Silver Creek. It was a rnotly crowd devoid of enthusiasm, and showed that the Republicans were stranded on the dry bed of the stream of prosperity on which they were trying to sail according to orders from Most High Hanna. Capt. Lord Mark amused the crowd with J. Speed Sn the story of " Iro. Enhraim" and other jokes of antiquity. His original remarks consisted in praising his ow n popularity md ability to bo a Representative. His onlj opposition to liis opponent was, as he stated, that "Mr. Combs was a clever gciitlfinan, but haden't been anywhere and didn't know nothing." Then came the Lilly of the Republican party, who works hard and thinks a great deal. Yet I sav unto vou the Lilly in all his glorv cannot belt Mr. Cobb Then follow ed a fev words by a colored brother Steven liavnes, who .Bettered the crowd as darkness was fast approaching. Jay Ell Ess. v The Southern Lumber Co. will close 520.00 ii. I.ULU, Blcycle.aold Watch, Diamond King, or a bchob-rzh- l in Draughon's rracucai uusines3 College, Nashville, Tenn.,or Texarkana. Ter or a schol-arshipln most any other Tcputabic business col lege or literary scnoui m uic u. o. cm oc scccrcu by doing a little wort nt home for ths Youths journal. Advocate, an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and (specially interesting and profitable to youc people, but read with interest and profit by people of all apes. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Aodrcis Youths" Advocate lmb. Co.. Nashville, Tenn. Mention this paper ; Y fllJll 0 ,A r il Sill I c semi-month- "Nothing else like it:,? The most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. ppr r r ?l-2- - 1 5 vuii eople fasKM fca$ tsq I Dedicated I o ijleiis mlftrMf& IwMJ k Frffl Working Pants m il k?IC?H 5. C a-- angl8-l- y GUTANEOUSlI A i vOGAP, YJn t reit ths lotUT NuRscar: $: lu-giiin- s nfiiTo peo- Vr CURL A. IZ, JWrroua FalUns Moo or7.Impotencj-- , Sleepleftsnsss, otc., cusec oy ADCsa C omer .uceise ana indisThey quicKly and aurrlt cretions. restore Loct Vitality in old or young, and fit a man for study, bosina or mamas?. PreTont Insanity and (tonsmnntion if wn in tune. Their o--e nhowa immttdisia imnrova. meal and effects a CURB where all other fail In-si- ft cpon harinff the genuine Ajax Tablets They hare cured thousands end will care you. Weclreapos-itir- a written gnarcntee to effect a care Cf pTQ in oach caso or refand tho money. Price vu UIOi per packase; or six pkffrs (fall treatment for $2J2. By mail, in plain wrnnwr npon recwlpt of price. MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY ME A MAN AJAX ZKe 0S F A Ma PHCE25PJ It lasts twice as long as others. Atrial wilt convince you ef ita creat merit. wi:i pieau vac a::t lasUdious. CHARLES F. MILLER, Jlfr. ot FREN'CH fgj The Greitt st ple of fi'!I.son county. ever offered to the L,oolc MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND P2iiFUiV.ERY, '""AJAX REA1EDYCO., HTtf1- Forsale in Richmond, Ky., by Hagan fauS-l- y Lancaster, Herndon. & ESTABLISHED, j v v w w 'w , v 't" Pen. y 189. 9 v J We Send it FREE! -- TO INORSQTUCK EAK MEM 9 Old. Young and Rejoice with us KATKRIKAl j; 0 BiC YCLE S 5 . Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Bo3''s Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoes SO cents. Ladies' Shoes 80 cents. m A Beautiful 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 SI. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. at these Prices: Glen's Suits for $2.50 worth $8.00 p fet- i ssv i-- f i) in the Discovery. Wheu a man has sutTenjd for yeart with a weakness that hlighta his life and robs him of all that real I make life worth living, if ho avail himself of a omplete enre, why not possess the moral onrage to stop hw downward course. We will send you by mail, AUSULUTK-JiFKKK, in p'ain packajre, the Y Bargains Now! Bargains Forever! M TH E NEW YORKSTORE - J IU T1. lX:XlfcAYttYVY&:ft?Yt? rew;.lwlwi'rfcTA,l !!- I)K. HUFFMAN'S VITAL 0 mtee to permanently cure U0III), SKLK-ABIISK, legal guar 1,(IST MAN S. J notiiiST EASY SERVICEABLE. GRADS, RUNNING. m'mmmK'mm''m:3aiBmmmKmmmmmmmmmBammmm .. vvjvwaawaWAA Up Town, Klein & Son's Old Stand, Richmond, Ky. I if m u $ . ... 1 4 SEXUAL WRAK-N'KX- VAUinillELE SHIPS forevei and all unnatural o I ) Every Whoc! Gur.rante9d. Seai fcr catalogue. HAMPSHIRE DYGLE MFG. GO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible dealers Invited to cor. il j', ( THE WiLLARD XJOTJZS'XrTT Has Recently H QTEL respQCtl t.jUi us. ,T tTES, DO uGCJ tzr. a Modern Palace - OQ QZ may26-6m ZQZ.-jjOer- &0 bgei Converted Into READY Oar TO. , Ricltl .?" 4ve arj Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling of the Fiuest Quality. ni h Kite?, SUPPLY THE TRADE preparea to nil orders for twiotb factor- - on Laurel fetreet in rnriHil. ?a nnw'ntitiun.. uuu ...! .......,,,-- 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Fleers Of S, ...,. u FARLMIS AND BPPEIi HALLS. Brii- - "Pail d EicboBi," mi g II HI 'Offfcea and OinlngRoom BeaulifuiIyDccorated and Jiantly Lighted. n n ..tw. 1 1 JL.J1 If -- U1I.U, i!?i!f A . -- ..i Mi" - ftUtt Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate .... Charges Considered 3xpendd in This of J al Branus, three grades We can save yet be glail with iv,cr i3r v, -- him-inher- e hk-deii- ereta .... r sler r r0 '' """""ira , JOB our produ0. n- iiuim LiHiairy mm- Et Will K tt. 1 " - ' 1 lNUtcRM. . R75 . OVEE Beet lo,ooo C, t. war Mtft i 32 St $2,50 FOR DRY. 1 M Wk if, Mutgsr. Improvement. . -- .. 4s-i-- tfZfaJtjFS