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THE RICHMOND CLMAX, OLUME25, "Saved Her Life.5' WAS GREETED WITH CHEERS. Adm. Schley TTnrmly EecelTrtl on Ilia Arrival In Vathlncton Thanked by Presideat McKlnley. -- c a ). RICHMOND, ON MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31 1898. NUMBER IS BOTH HEALTHFUL 13. 4 1 THE POINT OF RUPTURE. AMERICAN ARMY Dill to Be Introduced to Correct Defrets ill the Existing Military Laws. Alio to Incrrutu ilif Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. Urrat Britain and The Relation Ilrtm-eetlilim Crratly Strained The Latter Mnntltrgard Former Withes. llffUffffWfff my ' bom none is xncrchlghly f uixtjuu ut kiuitjjt kuiiai wriu. "In ISM I had a severe- attack of LaGrippe and at tho cad of four months, In spite of all physicians, friends and good nursing could do. my lungs heart nnd nervous system Tvero so completely wrecked, my llfo tras despaired of, my friends giving mo up. 1 could only deep by tho uso of opiates. My lungs ' and heart pained mo terribly and my cough ras most aggravating. I could not lio In one position but a short time and not on my left sido at all. My husband brought znc Dr Miles' Ken lne and Heart Cure and I begin taking them. When I had taken a half bet tlo of each I iras much better and continuing persistently I took about a dozen bottles and was completely restored to health to t ' - aVq than the surpriso of all." beacEts or money heatcro. funded. Book on disHearth eases of the heart and nerves free. Address, DE. MILES MEDICAIi CO.. Elkhart, Ind. Qr gjsts under a positive ES Miles' puarantee, first bottle sjAPrt CuroS w 5i re- Dr Miles' Bemedles fBffiWfrS&- - ' Auj. 27. Itr. Adm. reached Washing ton at Friday afternoon over the Pennsylvania railroad. He vns quickly noticed at most of the KtntionR nlnnrr tli( lino, nnd tl.routrhout the trip he was greeted with cheering! crowds. When the train pulled into the depot here he found a compact mass of spectators which filled the depot and overflowed out into the train shed. The admiral and Mrs. Schley, when they appeared were greeted with cheers of "Hurrah for Schley." Everybody joined in the shouting and the depot attaches crowded about the admiral and insisted on a handshake. At the gates. the crowd increased and amid deafening cheers the admiral and his wife, the former with her hat off, passed through two solid lines of people. A lieutenant and squad of police, with difficulty, cleared the passageway to the carriage which was in waiting. Through a mass of vehicles that had been drawn up by curious drivers, the hansom pulled into Pennsylvania avenue and proceeded directly to the Shorcham hotel. There were groups of checrers all the way and a cavalcade of cyclists formed a voluu-tar- y esort The admiral stayed only a few minutes at the hotel and then drove over to the navy department where, without any preliminaries, he reported directly to Acting Secretary AYABHtxCTOX, Winfield & Schley 4:10 o'clock London, Aug. 29. Authoritative confirmation has been received of tho dispatch from 1'ekin to tho Daily Mail, Saturday morning, asserting that the rt lattons between the Tsung. and fei& Claude McDonald, the llrKUh minister to China, ara strained to the point of rupture, and that Sir Claude has intimated that (reat Britain will reganl as a casus belli nny failure on the part of Chini to observe her wishes. They say that the situation between Great Britain and China is 3cute, Sir Claude MncDonald strenuously insisting that China bhall observe her engagements to the British syndicates and demanding satisfactory explanations with regard to railway. If necesthe sary, the British squadron, now aswill support sembled at the British minister's demands. Meanwhile, add the foreign office officials, the negotiations that are being conducted by Sir Charles Scott, the British and Ituslan snliercs of influences aro Pekin-llankow Wei-IIai-W- t.trenl li of the Irray onal'niciI'iHitln: to 100,000 Unlisted .Men Mr. Hull U Conlldent the Meafturu Will l'asd. CO. w &AKIN POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAK1NQ POWCER I 1 ftv? a v i Hi I 'IRvv BttW AND PLEASURABLE, S l- -. rS; Mcy JW St hWss5s55'v--- "zzZZ Nuw Youk, Aug. One of the im- portant matters which will occupy the attention of congress at its next session will be legislation to increase the strength of the permanent military establishment, says the Washington correspondent of the Tribune. Chairman Hull, of the committee on military affairs of the house of representatives who is in Washington, where he expects to remain until early in November, is devoting much atten- I3fyzg YOftK. driving: and you can also saj extremely comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Phretons. Our stock of line carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, style, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you, quality considered. John Donelson. CO., NEW Stole 111 tion to tho subject, and has already discovered that tho war has removed some of the more formidable obstacles which hindered ami finally prevented the enactment of a satisfactory law for the organization and increase of the array at the last congress. In the comiiiff session lie will intro- - THE AMERICAN PEACE COMMISSION. MMMW 27. Richmond, Ky., Mariel Handy, a yeung farmer living near Speedwell, this county, eloped with Miss Sidney Oldham, the pretty daughter of Charles Oldham, a prosperous farmer of the same locality. Tho marriage did not please the bride's father, who went after her with a buggy whip on her return, and compelled her to return to the parental shelter. The young groom laid his plans, and stole his bride back on the next night, and now has her secured safely against his and says he will irate father-in-lahold her against all odds. ilrlde. Aug. i s y Madison Monumental Works I 9 w ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor 8 & m I Jf i HRtll6 Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and m m American Marble and Granite. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kiwi i Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old utand in the rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly oc Jwml a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all cJases ef buyers. jfF"Mn- - W. G. GOUCHER, one; of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory werk in every phase. Parties livinc at a distance should write to us for dtsu;t which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-! Allen. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ATrO?.3T3. n w. MIUL.BR, Atto rvev- - at- - L a w, Kkntccky. KicHMOsn, door OEce in the Burnam Building, next fcb3-l- y to Fanner's National Bank. J. p.... STTXjXjX'V-2- n , Attokxey-at-La- KENTUCKY. Office over Taj lor's Hani ware fitore, opposite Court House, on Main Street. RICHMOND, - II B HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. III' IIMOXD, office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 J C & D. M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Ruhmokd, 'Tire 't on Second street, over grocery. Chen-- u PHYSICIANS. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PII Y6ICIA N AND SURGEON, KirtiMOND. r id the ei. ' - - Kentucky. o Sec-- i 27- Je ' cer Wane iHos buiMini;, 18 and oW drwestere. - ('HAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, College. Graduate Ontario Veterinary Veterinary ce JU Dentitry and Sterility a Specialty up sti rs. otcr store recently accu-- p etl hv Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy St., Eiind, Ky apr7-l- II. C. JASl'JSJi, M. D T Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Ruildins. MainStrcet. t refMence ----- ISroiidway. (the Cnrr rlace) on It niio.ND, Kentucky. r R W. EVANS, M. D., PlIYS'ClAS AND SuitGEON, IIMOKD, - - Kentucky. The latter accompanied him over to the white house, reaching there at 4:50. The president gave him a most cordial reception. The president thanked the admiral, as he had Adm. Sampson, for the success of that mem orable engagement of July 3, and took occasion to say that it was that battle which brought about the surrender of Santiago. The president thanked him in behalf of himself and the nation for his brilliant services on that day and asked him to describe the battle, which the admiral did at length. The president then entered into a discussion of the work of the Porto Rican commission to which the admiral has been appointed. lie went over with him the general instructions which will guide the tody in arranging for the evacuation of the Spanish from tlie island and other work. During most of the conference which occupied about an hour, Assistant Secretar3-o- f State Moore was present. On leaving the president the admiral drove to his hotel. He said his health had improved greatly. He will have another conference with Acting Secretary of the Navy Allen and probably early Saturday afternoon will leave for New York. Many of the friends of the admiral and Mrs. Schley learned of their presence at the hotel and called during the evening. Although considerably better he is not well and said Friday that he expected to leave here Saturday to visit relatives in Maryland which probably w ill consume several days, after which he will go to Connecticut to remain until about time to start for Porto P.ico. Some ship other than the Rrooklyn, he said, would be selected for this purpose as the Brooklyn was about to undergo needed repairs. The admiral during the evening talked briefly of some of the principal incidents of the fight which led to the destruction pi Cervera's squadron and of some other pertinent matters of interest at this time, new features of which he said were recurring to him as time passed by. He said: "It is my opinion that the Spanish admiral might have escaped with possibly one or two of his ships had he adopted different tactics in coming out of the harbor. Had he diverted the course of his ships sending some of them east ana others to the west it is my belief that he might have escaped with one or possibly two of the vessels. Such a course naturally would have compelled us to separate our fleet and some of Cervera's ships might have been able to have reached Havana." Gov. niacin's Driuand. Washington, Aug. 27. Gov. Black, Victim of Had Treatment In Camp. Newtort, Ky., Aug. 2". Louis Knarr, a victim of the medical system in the military camp at Chickamauga, died early Friday morning at the home of his father, Fred Knarr, 232 West Columbus discovered America but I have discovered BATTLE AX I There is a satisfied glad I've got it expression on the faces of all who discover the rich quality of Ninth street, Newport Knarr arrived in Cincinnati Tuesday with 33 other He sick soldiers from Chickamauga. was so week that he asked to be allowed to dio on the train. Hise Jones Captnred. Pixevu.le, Ky., Aug. 27. Bige Jones, JUSTICE WHITE. WHITELAW REID. fcajtiete It is an admirable chew fit for an Admiral. In no other way can you get as large a piece of as good tobacco 1 for 10 cents. PLUG JHmiBS D. H7S7VULTON, Proprietor. i m H MVwX -- l who conspired with James Surber to blow up the Bell county jail, is now shackled in the jail he plotted to destroy. Sheriff Broughton is in pursuit of Gambriel, the other person charged in the same case. HE FAVORS Pemember the name v when you buy again. : THIS IS Ti'jPP T' an ,n"r ": INVESTIGATION. Sayi. RI0TATCAVITE.1 Natives Fire Three Americans "Who Had Rccii Sent on an Errand. On of State Sherman That If Secretary Alger Is Guilty lie Should lie Removed From Office. A DR. T. K Practitioner vi 2redicine and Surgery, Kentucky hmond k d-- O J. TAYLOR, 011 ffice and reiiidence Second Street. DEHS4i "Dt. "0&tvWivo SU"HGSnT. - "ojsotv of New York, arrived Friday night. He says: "I am here to demand that the government turn over to the state immediately all of New York's sol diers. We will not allow them to rot where they are. We will take them to Fire Island, feed, nurse, shelter and clothe them at our own expense." Roosevelt ntitl Alger shike. Montauk Point, N. Y., Aug. 27. CoL Roosevelt arrived here, and, after visiting his men, called on Secretary Alger at Gen. Wheeler's headquarters. DEVTIST, Kv. next dtxr to Government 1Building, to . ItichmSnil, Ky. Office hours S to or Lodissiixk, rs-OH- 12-- r.oiI7-l- v Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, The secretary shook hands with Roosevelt, and for. five minutes the two stood talking together. Relations seemed of the most cordial character. WAsnrxGTOS, Aug. 27. The Washington Times Friday morning prints the following interview with Trooper Ilnd'on Wm Killed ami Corporal Sherman in regard to the conduct Anilerann Mortally AVonntleil Fonr of the war and the responsibility for Trooper Wounded Natlye Low the present sickness and death among Wouuded. lour Killed, the soldiers: "As you doubtless know, I wa opManila, Aup. 27. Oa Wednesday a posed to the war programme. But, SECRETARY DAT, CHAIRMAN. having begun the war, we should have corporal and two troopers of Battery conducted it in such a way as to have 15, of the Utah artillery, after disembarking at Cavite, were sent on an erprotected our own soldiers." Mr. Sherman said that the presidont rand. The natives immediately befran firwas not resposible for neglect or misconduct on the part of subordinates ing. Dismounted cavalry were sent to in the departments. The president, quell the disturbance, but the natives he said, had been diligent active and misunderstood the movement, and the patriotic in the conduct of the war, firing became general. Trooper Hudson was killed and Corana he leit comment that had con gress withheld its harsh declaration, poral Andirson mortally wounded. Troopers Laytlon, Nachbar, Connolthe president and the state departs ment would have secured by negotia- ly and Dole, of the 4th cavalry, were tions with Spain tho substantial inde- wounded. Tour natives were killed and several pendence of Cuba. When asked as to the course that wounded. t!en. Aguinaldo has expressed his reshould be pursued in order to get at the truth, Mr. Sherman said: "The gret at the encounter and promises to President has power to order an in- punish the oifendcrs. Xo further trouble is expected. vestigation, which can be conducted SENATOR FRTE. DAVIS. SENATOR Nkw Yokk. Aug. 27. A dispatch to by a board of inquiry, to be appointed by him. Such a board would not have the Herald from Manila says: Gen. Aguinaldo, interviewed at proceeding in a "perfectly friendly ducc a bill to correct the defects in the executive powers, and its findings existing law, and to increase the would have a moral, rather than a declared that he was anxious to spirit" strength of the army on a peace foot- judicial influence. If the board found sup-o- rt the authority of the United IN A- STATE OF ANARCHY. ing to 100,000 enlisted men. He feels that American soldiers had need- States in these islands and that he had confident that the measure will be lessly sujfered and died because persuaded the other rebel leaders to Peoplo in the Country Dlitrlcts of Torto passed. of the neglect or incompetence of accept his views. Itleo Terrorized by the Guerrillas The strongest opposition to the re- any official of the government It is his desire now that the in- Since Vf llhdraval of Spaniards. organization bill last winter and New York, Aug. 29. A dispatch spring came from the representatives MERRITT'S AIDS IN THE AMERICAN RULE OF MANILA. from Ponce, Porto Rico, to the Her- of the national guard organizations of various states, and it was effective the ald, says: f,rvT ttAnotaac Gen. Stone, who has just returned to a considerable extent The exreooT from the vicinity of Areclbo, reports perience of the last four months, 'VAl. x ,o tTr X X f ADniniMffATl that a state of anarcy exists in tho there is reason to believe, has jr- 9t convinced that element, as well as a country districts. withdrawal of the Spanish great many congressmen who surrenThe dered to its influence, that the oppositroops gives the guerillas free play. says that the people are tion was ill judged and unreasonable, Gen. Stone terrorized and are praying for Amer- and that a reasonably- - strong regular ican protection. The Spanish former- army; thoroughly equipped and organly covered the country with a mounted ized on a modern basis, would be a Our forces have not yet been benefit, rather than a drawback, to patrol the national guard organizations. put in charge. The natives and the Spaniards are Winnie Davis' Condition. busy cutting each others throats. Naebaoaxsett Piek, R. I., Aug. 29. Gen. Stone sent a full report to Gen. Tho condition of Miss Wrinnio Davis, Miles Friday night Capt Waters and Lieut. Fulmer, of who is critically ill here, was slightly Battery C, of Phocnixville, Pa., have improved Sunday. 'At a consultation resigned from the United States Saturday by Dr. John A. Wilcox and Dr. Bachc, of New York, her illness service. Lieut. Fulmer and Lieut Bean, who was pronounced to be gastritis. arc in the same battery, were tried be- Prayers were .offered Sunday for her fore an efficiency board, whose verdict recovery in the Eniscor al and Catholic shurches here. has not yet been made known. Serf-ra- t Ba-coo- fleconceir trodo Who has reconcentrated all of his experience of more than thirty vears in the PAINT and WALL PAPER business, the knowledge thereby gained with all his energy and industry reconcentrated he expects to be worthy of and to reconcentrate nearly all the demands for Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, Paints, Oil, Glass. Varnishes, Brushes, Artists' and Painters' Supplies generally. He makes and keeps for sale everything in the business in the largest quantities. Note the Jteconcentrado Prices: Wall Pnper 3 cents, Window Shades complete 10 cents. Picture Frames, glass, backinj:. screw eves and cord, 8x10, 2o cents; ch NOT Dewfc, Sampson, ScU,Lo1dsou skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced Or any of those here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that sea-goi- ID. I3. JLZtlSLUltt, je29-tfn- The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where li Iwh been for over 31 years, in the good old ton n of Richmond, and still ready to wait on his old customers.and as many new ones as will favor him with their patronage. His stock is being added to constantly, and you will find you can get goods cheaper and better there than any other place. Anything he tells yo is just as represented, and you can rely on it. mJ Give him a call and encourage home trade. i. Richmond Market mMMBOmfii fi r, - It's poor lojjie to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are the best. We kill first- I'BiiWl $l,i TH.,VM.J lftfllLlfA5" Cx20, portrait size, class cattle, is why we have moulding, $1.00; moulding, SI 50 The best Mixed always enjoyed a share Paint in the market for $1.10; of Richmond's patronage. Carriage Paint 50c and 75c per Those that have not favored quart, Jill our own make. You can he a free and independent us with orders in the past Reconcentrado by doing all will be convinced, b giving your trading with us a trial order that our Beef, Mutton, Pork and other M. M. Wi.L.1, Meats, are not excelled bj' any market. wMllIlp! Home-grow- 209 ff. liH STREET. e&-- nt. Ti05-Tt- fiwtAS. P.S. Having bounht in the last 60 of days two car-loaall Paper from one of the largest factories in Philadeln vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, phia, we received from the President &c &c., canofbe fonnd in oar market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage, I of the Company 3 very complimentary thanks, and in conclusion he stated, solicit a continuance same. ds Rad-dish- Fresh Pish Recieved Daily- "You are a regular Recoxckxtkado" in the Wall Paper bnsiness. We plead guilty to the indictment We guess we are, or else we would never have G. M. W. been accused. Telephone 103. mar25-l- y AD.. DouVas, MacVey Building, Main St. mwm SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. CALL AIW 3DvW.oU MANAGER. Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. hotel. IS??itt5ssr3iSll next door to postoffice. )R. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. lately occupied by Dr. W. nrnvtiilns' Oroeerr. same office W- Burgin. jan!2-ly DR J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. National Bank, Jly6-l- y ce Richmond, Ky. over Madison Dr, Louis E. Vdm No 5"0 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, wU be at Mr. J. B-- Willis' . Richmond, Ky. , on WEDNESDAY. SEPT. Ulb. IS9S, returning every iiecond Wednesday o! each msnth. Eeferente every physician of Richfebl6-lmond, Ky. y. relieved D i IVy Miles' Nerve Plasters. DHV; tAorar.and RHEtniATiSM Who can think simple cf come Doicnt? tnlnz to .harw am.w i n. AII M.Jlllh, rrotect WAnw Write JOHN WKUHEKUtJRN CO- - Patent Attor- WMblcgtdn, 3. for their sT.list or two tuadred lnrenUon 13 prtae offer ana wanted. Wanfed-- An lfl..M Idea C MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CDIli ME A MAN JAX 1 ldioor Bail. ' For sale Herndaau - CcnnuuiXorrtadr, borif or marriage lleroat Iswaltr end Ooasaaptiaa II uwtutun ThirBW sboTrs Immediate iail rt effect bAXE irfccre all other Thej npoa harina ! serine AJax Tablets Weglmapoa. lUre fnitten enaraivm to eCart a oare Efl ln ntinlito'vun. Prloe WW I jacx&CQi or u: pKCM linu irvaHsesw for taf, pj reoaipt ot arUo. (areolar Improu-aeniand In-;l- JilMtatrv Failing Modi JIKmtmi fcleeploMBee. etc, caorC orr, at otonejr, by Abtxw or other mh and cretioM, 3V outeUu an turtU ure Jiort Vitality 1b old or loans, and XncSlf " AJAXimtr. P" CO., REMEDY fTt ir r--1 JIMhBHd, s ,l 'J sir Ky.j fcy C: Him &' & New nunnery at Terre Haute. Tebije Haute, Ind., Aug. 29. A new e of a train bearing soldiers to 0 is reported on the Louisville & distillery company capitalized at has let contracts for Ihe erection Nashville near here. One man is said to have been killed and many injured. of a distillery in this city to have a The troops are said to be the 69th New daily capacity of 5,000 bushels of corn. the president, acting upon tho York en route from Fcrnandina to The contract calls for the completion verdict rendered, could remove that Df the building before December 1. official from office. That would be the Huntsvllle. 15. Smith, You need a doctor isany times when yon. Two enlisted men of the 69th New The company, in which Fred extent of tho punishment under such don't call one. You suffer pain in fifty Df this city, and George E. Einmitt, of conditions. If, however, the president York volunteers were instantly killed, forms and yet won't call the doctor, beone fatally and six seriously injured Pekin, Ills., are the two heaviest does not order an investigation, concause you hope that the pain "will go anti-truaway after a while." And, too, you know gress holds the power to impeach the ln a wreck which, occurred on the stockholders, will be an idncern and will manufacture nothing sccrctary-o- f war and can inflict a pun. by experience, that that first visit of the Louisville and Nashville near hers doctor is generallyfcllowedbymanyothers, but high proof spirits. Sunday sight ishment that will mean everlasting with the inevitable consequence of a big disgrace in case of conviction. In that bill " for professional services." You don't know what to do for yourself or what to take. case the president would be held equal-l- y Iteats The Klondike. Free Pills. But suppose that you could get free, abresponsible with the secretary for, Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Maryville, Send your address to H. . Eucklcn & solutely free, the advice of one of the most not having ordered an inquiry promptCo., Chicago, and get a free sample box Tex., has found a more valuable dis- ly upon the presentation of charges of of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial covery than lias yet been made in t lie so fcenous a character. Jn my. will convince you of their merits. These Klondike, for years he suffered untold opinion the president xvill find pills are easy in action and are particu-lar- y agony from consumption accompanied that- be will be compelled to effective in the cure of Constipation by hemorrhages, and was absolutely order an investigation in and Sick Headache. For Malaria and enred by Dr. King's New Discovery for If the secretary of war has Liver troubles they have been proved Consumption, Coujdis and Colds, he deof incompetence and negin the United States 7 You can. The phyinvaluable. They are guaranteed to be clares that gold is of little value is com ligence, as has been charged, Mr, sician 13 right here. He has an office in the building, he has a staff.of correspondents to perfectly 'free from every deleterious parison to this marvelous cure, would can not afford to sustain him,". assist him, and anyone and cveryone? who substance and to be purely vegetable. have it even if it cost a hundred dollars Gen. Miles Is a soldier, and, like most needs medical advice is invited to write to They do not weaken hy,tlieir action, but fa bottle. Asthma, Bronchitcs and all soldiers, is a straightforward, truthhim. If it's baby's health or mother's or ful man. Ilc'is no more afraid of 'an by giving tone to stomach and bowels throat and lungs affections aro positivethe health of any member of the family you may write about it, sure of a careful readgreatly jnyigorn to the system. Hegular ly cured bvPr. King's New Discovery issue than he is of an Indian, and ing of your letter, sura of a conscientious Trial bottle" freest when he comes back to Washington size 25c. per box. Sold by Perry $: for Consumption. diagnosis of your case, Perry & Thomas' Drugstore, Successors and tells whatahe knows, an investiThomas' Druggist Snccessors toW.G. to W. G. White. Regular size-5cents gation ot the war department will ba 3. White. and $1.00. Guaranteed. jto cure orprice inevitable, particularly as .ho will ba corroba ted by other officers, who will - , - . Queen & Crescent low rates to Cin- refunded. 2 be. .entitled to equal consideration;: if cure is possible. Every letter will be hel4 cinnati, September 3 to 9th. Not to train 'up uoyproperly is to even if tbev are not of si wcaltcd as a strictly conS4eUal communication. , held the barkeeper. - Remember these facta.. " Coughed 25 Years. WJ. "Ve offer you se&s&l &drk from one of sores, inject New; VoiuaMft , the most eiaefitpracUtiesrs In the Doited r.suffercd for 25 years with a cough, bitee..burD6.8kiir diseased and especuil mt&chmartt yotr States, whether ear and spent hundreds of dollars with medfcinL ageiwsiwi "are 'combined .in lypites there Mf reiiab&treniedlS ye ttii particular caee or aot We doctors aud for medicine to' bo 'avail jjr Joeus nB",iP"J!aiHy. Salw.'-- WhtH DeWlttN switch advice at the cost of tfce.two aeat etaap . nail frir - TfeWttf florin umat until I ased Dr. Bell's a newrilwow In Um 'treatment .... ,r which It w4H take taWwwor Wtrtoo ....fr. ooMb, xvmJBW not e&oe. Ad4rM'ttrt Jkfttmm, 2 Tb remedy liiakee weak lMBg strong. 61 cough,' It tfvmJa$r ip Bronchi! eAtistr:etn at bums.DWt saved "Wy Jife.B.RojWit,' iroubkw.' lnmi&t xdM to rtHwippeinted with Dr. J. 0. Ayr 0 Jfatww, 1 ' iOrMtnrsr.lU;'- ,(- K I ouumpives. "Sj; , H .. . ' . ' 's' 1 ' AM.f.j ri.'H JJ iltKf f Soldiers' Train Wrecked. BiiiMisaiiAM, Ala., Aug. 29. A wreck Hunts-vill- Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommo by dating clerks. up-to-da- 7R Is MS Ml !s' Is' mch2 -6m te Free Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. 5300,-00- iSSSSSSSfSSSSSSSSSSSSSS medical Advice Phone 3. surgent army be disbanded and return Second St. st Eminent to the provinces. He complained of a lack of honesty and military talent in the rebel leaders, and said he has not an army, bnt KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. UX. CITE, fm&il, Iiiagtsa, Ty. only an unruly rabble. The general seemed dispirited. He LITEOARV, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. added that he trusts the United States will form a free and liberal govern- Tuition fur Literary and Bible Course $S2 a $10,000 ment, and says that tho Americans can year. More than twentyof teachers. alumni. successful ftymnasinm. Thousands count on bis Social and moral welfare ot students receive Opea to both The rebellion is spreading in the special attention. tbo President. sezes. fFor jlyl7-tcatalogues address houth. Sorsogon has fallen into the. hands of the rebels, five Spaniards HON. G. T. CALDWELL. being killed in the assault on the r ct4 n mmmmftm D OlCMD ekn,nfr.rrl P. UL UIU Co M ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Capital Wagons, Physicians self-defens- e. been-guilt- y of Parkersburg, W. VaM Eecom jOUR PEACE COMMISSIONERS. mends Wrights "Celery Loudon T.nirs fraysTliey Are btronj; InPer- Oapsnles. tonnel nnd Bpresent President McKInley's Colonial Xollcy; place. 0 ,3 V1 VIUVIV M Mc-Kinl- ey -- Sure of a Core ,- ..:. or t4 S.' For-'hroke- n. eure ee Pine-Tar-Hbne- v, oe fiad Xtl J- -- 1 ,T It-ha- e The Times Saturday morning, referring editoriaUy to the American peace commission; "The commission is stroag says inpcrsonnel end iu policy and mast be taken to represent President McKinley'a concurrence in the in clination oV the republican party. towards a poncy oi coioaiai expansion. The nomination of Mr.White may' be resolvc-noto due Jto" "ignOre.theiriteresU aBdsoscepUbHl- tTes 6t the Church'of Rome in the aai etUemfeat of tfie Philipwiaes. 'r ""If'it be trWthat'PwilifeHfe-MMflaLta fey h seenjs fcJK ? wrf-t- k Itinila. . fc itr--- r: . . , nmaMhlt Ua Mil ..'r 0fto . sr UOVtoos, Aug. ST. t -- Parkebsbubg, W. Va January 26, 1995. Thk Wbioiit Mki. Co., Columbus, Ohio, Stooiw!htrottble,Cotipwlion'iwhichJ I. iovmd the had been ;loog jireftt relkrf CeterycCapsuk rve (rhb tlie bef tuning d hTe OMtliheflt -- been usine fie nil em en? Wright's Clery Capsnles since November, 1804; and And them to.be as recomX first becan taking them mended.' while at Hot Springs. AiK, uadeV treatment or Sciatic Rheumatbro, Liver awl Which is known to be the best all over this C county and State. A fine line of O. K. RANGES and COOK STOVES, the most complete line of all class of farm Implements and Shelf Hardware in the market. TVe are prepared to do the best class OP ''llSv Tin "Work and Roofing. mfr !' w' - lite. r -- tW aad to My and altfMmr witlvlik afflictiottB "or ettim , ftUMtt. Verytntly yonn. eTwr'sioce. I reeomnwad WUh nleanarw, Hamm- aaa-Md- i d. t Sfe:i -- T.g h, i CHliwT.OAMiru. - i glLttMUo, vr -- fj,M r t?--.- C -- -- f fi- Ts.5.L5r ;.W!lK03 i? k . $jz3Zi$kMg AS ' ,v j- - .. a . 73' ?& - e j;" ,J Pr'mt ShoWsthvovVi The Richmond Climax. rUHLIHHriJIVEKl WE11MSI1AY BY ale- - p Ths Climax Printing MVULErJ' - Go. Actors na Bettors. C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICE PEIt YEAR, 31,- $1.50. - 1F9S. ' WEDNESDAY. AUGUST DEMOCRATIC TICKET- -- FOU CONGRESS, w HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. m 3 l .'r" o.s .. -- I ., - ssc- i ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce JOHN B. CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate for the office of Slate Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. ls l T ' '" :e rcj Kn Ym r . WBlHr flKaNflHBflV rmm mT I Emtor Walton, of the Stanford Interior Journal, who spells negro with a capital X, has had the compliment returned hy having' a colored baseball club named after his excellent paper. Glasgow News. A great many Republicans are free to admit that if Mr. Davibon is renominated for Congress, Jessamine county will give Gilbert a majority of 500, the district to Mr. Gil which will Injrt bv about 2,000. Jessamine Jour- pa J ! m As perfect in style and durability as in fit. TO IFTT THE E3"Y"E3 j TO FIT THIS HE .AJD: TO FIT THE FOOT, TO FIT THE PURSE 7 , pe nal. Ex-GJ vs. 15. McCiseakY, who is very favorably mentioned as oneol the Peace Commissioners, has declared in favor of holding all the territory over w hich old glory floats, and we believe that he voices Kentucky's opinion on the que&tion. Bourbon News. o. THIS WILL STIR THEM Will be Green With Envy, But What's The Odds? The Trade rf up'i I rS A FAvoKAiiLE report from Garrard county has leen made by State Senator George Karris. He says that his comity, which has usually gone Republican by :M0or 300otes, is certain to give the Hon. G. G. Gilbert a majority this fall in the Congressional race. Shelby Sentinel. l1 ?: ) if' The latent paper to be launched is fctt. The Scimeter. which made its appear ance last Friday at Beattyville under rZSx the management of Chas D. Hammond 2$ and B McGuire. This iaper, which succeed. the Enterprise, is smaller in dimensions l.ut the first issue ranks at the top net rh of country weeklies. ifo&ti the Republicans given the DemHah ocrats a fair count in Kentucky in lStK3 the Goeliel law would not have been thought of, and now that the Demoto have a fair crats arc count iso far . their interests g", the Republican kick. Wait until the election ollltHr-- . do wrong before you condemn tiiriu Carlisle Mercurv. contractor. Brother Stone will find Sam H. lvAfn. who was the leading Jordan a hard road to travel. Carlisle Presidential elector in 1800, and who Mercury. wanted a foreign mission, but was latej satisfied with a gauger's place, was on In the past six weeks eleven Demofor cratic State conventions have been "VediiesdayV train. He is red-hHon. John Henry Wilson, of Barbour-ille- , held. Of these only New York, Rhode for Circuit Judge, and says he will Island, Maryland and Connecticut have wiu linnds lon, the leaders even in refused to declare in favor of the biLaurel being for him. Stanford Jour- metallic plank of the Chicago platnal. form. None of these convevtions declared against it; the; were simply siThe suit of the OwetiFboro Messen- lent. On the other hand the ten States ger pgainst Ivouis Hitchcock was deof Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Vercided Friday, judgment being jciven the mont, New Hampshire, Maine, Texas, plaiutitf. sas an Owensboro dispatch. Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas and The suit was to recover subscription spoken out in favor of money due for many jears. The pa- Florida have free and unlimited coinage of silver at per wa. seat to Hitchcock's father, and, 10 to l. In other words a majority of after his death, was continued, after nearly three to one of all Democratic repeated requ.-t-s to stop it. The State conventions held this year have Judge held that a paper that was read declared for free coinage, and not one would have t !e paid for. has instructed against it. AEwi-- h the Auditor would carry The Ohio Democrats in convention out his threat not to pay the Election at Dayton to nominate minor State ofCommission aud thus strengthen the ficers endorsed the Chicago platform, hands of the Democrats when they faor Bryan for President in 1900, decome to the State issues next mand an income tax, government ownyear. We will be able to show and ership of the Nicarauguan canal, a free prove that the present State adminisgovernment for Cuba, oppose any altration lias Iteeu the most shamelul one liance with Fngland, oppose an increase for years, and that the State has lost of the standing army and demand money by its existence, and that Audi through Senator Foraker an investigator Stone has paid money out of the tion of the charges against Hanna. In Treasury without warrant of law, and regard to expansion the platform says: has driven a low contractor out of the "We believe that until the people of State's service and placed the State's the Islands of Cuba and the Philippines work in the lntids ot a higher priced declare otherwise we should keep the faith upon which war was begun and prosecuted." Everybody expected to see the factions fight, but they were disappointed in witnessing any sensational incident, save the death of a delegate, w ho dropped dead of heart disease m Vs Commencing this week we will of the Einest, Barest, Choicest and Neatest Line of Gents' Furnishings ever sold in this city at prices to suit the purchaser. We must make room for our big fall stock, so shoes and everything must go regardless of price. SEE Coleman, of Lexington, and Messrs. Jas. Stone, Will Stono, Mnson Brown and Mr. Scott, of Frankfort, compose r house party which Is being entertained by Misses Annio Louise and Sue Clay at "Auvergne," their -- beautiful home near this city. The Misses Clav gave a bowling party in thoir honor Wednesday morning, and that even ing about sixty guests assembled at "Auvergne" to attend a card pary which tho Misses Clay gave in honor of their guests Tho first prizes were n w2w won by Miss StauiTer (of Pennsylvania) and Mr. John Woodford. Dr. M. H. Daily and Miss Emma Miller won the consolation prizes . . . Mr. C. F Clay, Jr., left yesterday for Richmond, to join Miss Emma Chenault's house party . . . Mr. J. I). Ward, Jr., ar rived home yesterday from a visit to Mr. Harvey Chenault at Richmond . Mrs. L. II. Blanton and daughter. Miss Katherine, hao returned to Richmond after a visit to Mrs. E. M. Dickson. Bourbon News. 5. The crowning event of tho mid-sumer festivities was the house party of Miss Mary Emily Chennult, which com rf menced last Thursday night with a grand ball and moonlight fete. The Inrge yard was brilliantly lighted by a headlight from one of the L. & N". lo comotives, which, together with Japa nese lanterns in every convenient nook, made the scene very effective. The parlors and dining-roowere tastily decorated in the national colors. A more sumptuous banquet has rarely oeen given nere tnau mat whicn was served from 11 to 1. Dancing was con tinued until a lato hour, being participated in by all of Richmond's fair belles and gallant beaux. Those from a distance were Miss Clara Mannakee, of Kensington, D. C. ; Miss Fogg, of Lexington; Miss .Brown, of Texas; Miss Davis, of Louisville, and Miss Thompson, of Versailles: Dr. S. H. Black burn, of Midway; Mr. Goodloe, Dan ville; Mr. C. T. Chenault, Winches ter; Messrs. Harvey Prewitt and Rob ert Bridgeforth, of Mt. Sterling. This event was a continuous round of pleas ure until Monday, and equaled in all respects any similar social event given here in years. Rofd Ovzrserrs. Judge Sullivan lips appointed road overseer &a follow- - t theeiiHiingjear: John Mcllone, Blue Lick; - Fajette Vaugh'n, Beren; Ben Simmons, Burnam; Joe Ross, Tevit-- ; Hugh Galoy, Crntcher, Gordon Burgin, White Hall; Q. W Deatherage, Chenault; Mike Baxter, McCreary; John Chambers, Tipton; Joe C. Oldham, Waco; Shelby Taylor, "Will Gooch, Bear Wallow; Thomas L. Maupin, Kinstou Clay; Jones Duncannon. to A .v tttMtaatasaa9sesate33ee9)C9tei99ii:ieQ?( i" 'VflffltlBllfOBf O90lf 09tlliatt a.?.. wwvwvwvwwvvwvvvwvvvvvwwvwwvvvwvvvpaBi JH Q Everybody FCnovs- - ..3 CO am sp rm a ES r5 (? jj.'tu lLil 8 v5 Kav-anaug- h; ,." 1 8 r H Our Great IS MMSal Midsummer Clearance Sale m wQlJfiiiiy FOR TOILET OR TABLE we offer a line of Towelings, Napkins, Table Cloths, etc. of remarkable value. They are from the stock ot an overcrowded manufacturer, and were made to sell at much more than these prices. They are without flaw or blemish. The patterns are beautiful and the finish fine. This is an opportunity which should not be neglected by the wise housekeeper. It is a chance to replenish the linen closet at half price. OWEN McKEE, Richmond, Ky. sKJKJ aug31-2- m IS NOW GOING ON. This Means a hiM is h laieaded Puraha-ssr- . from $3.50 to $13.50 ; one such as we have been bellinjr from $5.00 to $18.00. W Our Men's Suits E SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIVcent on any article you ma- E PER want. I ft and $1 00. CHOICE PURE BRED PLYMMOTH Rock Cockerels for sale at 50c, 75c MRS. H. H. COLYER, Richmond, Ky. :: OUE TOTOG it m It mm m We have five (500) bushels of Seed Wheat for sale. It is a good producer. i w, MEFS SUITS from $3.50 to 7.25 are such as we have been sellinir at $5.00 to $10.00. G. J. WHITE & SON, Richmond, Ky. How's This? WALLACE - PERSONAL,. e offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, W PUBLISALE! Fayette County Blue Grass Farm. On Thursday, Sept. 29, 1S9S. T WILL on the above day offer at pub-I ISOAcresof&oodBlue Brass Land. Situated about G miles from Lexington, by the Ilichmond pike, it being on the Walnut Hill pike J mile from its junction with the former named. About is in grasss; the other in wheat and corn. It is abundantly supplied with lasting water, also large cistern, and under usual good farm fencing. Dwelling a SUBSTANTIAL TWOSTOKY BRICK HOUSE of 8 Booms, Halls and Dry Cellar. Outbuildings are stock barn, brick servant's house, ice house and others. Apple orchard of good fruit, shade trees over the place, and a small woodland pasture. Buyers" will find on examination that I am offering a good farm. My advanced age aud poor health admonish me to abandon further active business pursuits, hence my sale. Mr. George Fishback, who resides on the place, or Messrs. J. E. Delph & Soiitf, the Land Agents, will show the place at any time. My terms, given at sale, shall be verv ROBERT J. KEY. liberal. T. O. Walnut Hill, Ky. from 75 cents to $2.S5,are such as we have been selling for $1.00 to $4.00. Knee Pants Suits i .. JTl 1 i unio. MEN'S ) at $1.50 to $3.40, are such as at $1.00 to $3.75, are such as been selling at $1.50 to $5.00. 35 we have de'-rniin- ed & RTrp WMBixmmmmmmmm nt believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made ny tueir lirm. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and We the undersigned, been selling from $2.00 to $4.50. 0 JU havo known F. s we have rzivl gists, Toledo, O. ot dir-cui- -s CFiBrower&Co Lexington, Ky. '! BROW Eli'S-T- he Corner on Busiest Lexington's Busiest Street. Gov McCeeary say the interviews with him in the Courier-Journand Louisville Commercial, of one day last week, were rank fakes. These interviews represented Mr. McCreary as a al Why Want ' t Anything in The Furniture Line f. With the opportunity of time and prices that we offer you. Those that bu3' now will certainly congratulate themselves on their forethought. iM No. Specials for this week. About twent3'-fiv- e odd Library Chairs. 1 i marked $5.00. No. 2 A Library Chair, worth $15.00, marked $8.00. No. 4 A Parlor Chair, worth S15.00, marked $8 50. No. 5 A Pulpit Chair, worth $12 00, marked f 8.00. No. 6 An Arm Chair, worth $13.50, marked $7.50. No. 7 A Kocker Chair, worth $3.00. marked $4 50. No. 8 A Window Seat, worth $12.50, marke ss.50. No. Chair, worth $1200, markeo No. 10 A Parkii Chair, worth $15100, marked fcJO.OO. c7-5- 0 A Library Chair, worth $10 00, cantankerous imperialist, whereas his views, as expressed in the Louisville Dispatch, of Monday, are those that w ill be adopted, no doubt, by the vast majority of the American people. He believes in holding permanently all the territory that we conquered in the Western Hemisphere; also the city of Manila in the Philippines, aud possibly the entire island of Luzon. The Governor believes that the question of the Philippines should not be made a party issue and that the Democracy should adhere to the Chicago platform and plan their battles along its lines. There views bear t.he spirit of compromise and something closely allied to them will probably be adopted. There is one thing certain, the Democratic party must not suffer itself to be divided over the results of this war, and we do not believe It will be to any considerable extent. The sober sense of the American people will settle these in due season and settle them aright. Have 3'on heard any body ask this question. Will the acquisition of the Philippines help America to realize her aims ot ireeaom? &o far .as we have noticed, the question lias been. how much revenue will they, yield us, how much inonev we make out of them? Harrodsburg Sayings. MARRIED. SMnH-SruHixCK. Mr. Hamilton B. Smith the gentlemanly agent and Cots, Matti esses and Camp Chairs O jr Specialties For the Soldiers. CF.Brower&Co MAIN AND BROADWAY, operator at this place agreeably sur prised bis many friends here and else where when it was learned that ho and Miss Jennie Spurlock, of Ford, had entered .the sacred bonds of connubial felicity. The bride numbers her friend, by (he score, and is an accomplished lady of rare beauty and loving manners- - Hamilton B. has certainly draw n a capital prize from the lottery of matrimony, and his newly made friendn here wish them both a long Jay Ell Ess. and happy life. ' Valley View, Ky. To ArgM J Hon: J. 7 be Trsstee Case. Tevk Cobb for County ftt LiaoNGToy, MrMr !r if Sy. Wagers and Hon. Grant Ei Lilly flic Griutead rgM4 tue lattepj cm before lb Jix-Trwt- ee " s bpk; atUt4efttM.)Uaiy; " !U " ? William returned Saturday night from and is again "sticking" type on the ST"These are prices that you can't afford to overaug3-la five weeks' visit to her parents at Ne- CIjImax. He was born here, and wants look when you intend buying, and everybody know?, braska. O. Jessamine Journal. to die here and we admire his taste. means at what a Mrs. C. S. Holton is at Crab Orchard. Bev S. D. Colyer has returned to his Miss Bessie Baughman has returned Hon. J. Tevis Cobb went to Frank- home in Charleston, S. C, altera pleab-a- from Niagara Falls, wliither she went Tonn. To tho wife of John Todd, fort Monday. visit to his brother, "Sheriff Colyer, as the winner of the Register's "Popu- boy. Mr. Charles E. Smith went to Jack- and other relatives in the county. lar Salesman Contest." She enjoyed Fox. To the wife of R. P. For, Jr., a son on Monday. Mr. N. V. White, of the firm of her visit immensely and was welcomed girl. Judge James II. Embry has returned White & Gibson, left Saturday for home with delight by her host of 2Gkay. To the wife of Enoch Gray, M m a --M a n to Washington. where he will purchase a com- friends. She was accompanied by nee Miss Kate O Connor, a boy. Misses Maude Mason, Pattie Coruelson, Mr. Geo. G. Prewitt went to Win- plete line of fall and winter goods. .1 The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. Misses Mattie C. Smith aud Kit Che aud John Goodloe. chester on Monday. may5-lProf. J. D. Clark, of Richmond, Ky., Mr. J. B. Davis, of Campbellsville. is nault have returned from a most delightful visit to their cousins, Misses made a flying visit to his parents in visiting Mrs Mat White. Plrki.nS. At his home near Baldwin, Mrs. B. C. Stockton and children are Lillian, Ethel and Aleuo Walts, in this county, coining on his wheel Sat Terry G. Perkins, aged SO vcars. Do- Fa etto. urday and returning Monday. He is ceased fell from his horse about a week at home from Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Turley are visit- the very picture of health, aud is get- ago, breakiug his hip, and death was Miss Elizabeth Barrett left y for ADVERTISE WITH US, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE." ing Bov. L. H. Reynolds in Bourbon ting along splendidly in a business the result. He was a member of the Frankfort and Winchester. way. He is at the head of the city Christian church and a good citizen. county. The latter is the J. E. Deli'h, Auct'r. Mrs. T. T. Covineton has returned and beloved pastor of Mt. Zion and school, which is one of the best in the He leaves a w ife and seven children. aug31-t- f from a visit to Jessamine. State. Owenton News. Flat Woods. Interment in family burying ground Mr. Charles Jacobs attended the K. Col. J. L. Elliston, one of the lead- Friday evening. Misses Sarah Stone and Fannie Dye of P. Conclave at Indianapolis. ing attorneys at the Covington (Ky.) Pratjikh. Mibs Ida P rather, Walker, the accomplished daughters of Mr. John Feeney, Jr., returned to Dr. Joe Walker, formerly of this city, bar, was in the city last week en route daughter of Ed Prather. of Brassfield, Paris Monday after a short visit here. but now a resident of Greenville, Miss., to Estill County. Col. Elliston is a died in Lexington Saturday night of Col. Craddock was here early Mon- are visiting the family of W. W. Watts. prominent politician, being chairman typhoid fever. Deceased was visiting day morning, leaving before breakfast. Col. J. W. Caperlon, of Ilichmond, of the Democratic Committee of Ken- relatives in the above city when taken Hon. Grant E. Lilly went to Frank- couldn't stand it any longer so came ton county. Col. Elliston was a con- sick and only lived a few days. The As Administratrix of nry fort Monday on professional business. down and spent a day or two with his tending candidate for Attorney Gen- remains were interred Monday near deceased husband. Dr. J. M. eral three years ago, but was defeated Moberley. Shaddie B. Ward has gone to Cov wife at Castle Cobb. The Colonel is an by Col. Foster, will, at his late resi Jack Hendrick. Ssowdex. A telegram to Sheriff dence, on ington, Ky., to visit friends and rela- annexationist with a very big A. StanMr. and Mrs. B. L. Middelton are in II. II. Coljer, stated tnat Wm. Snow-deford Journal. tives. Louisville, having attended the Shelof Waco, who was sent to the Lex Mrs. Will Shackelford, nee Miss Hat-ti- e Mr. Charles Miller is visiting his sisfi....i byville Fair last week. They 6ay they ington asylum several months ago, Alexander, of Bolivar, Mibs , aud ter, Mrs. J. J. Newport, at Helenwood, Miss Sallie Shackelford, the attractive met Mr. and Mrs. "Cap" Dickerson, died suddenly at that institution SatTenn. nee Miss Devore, and that the latter urday morning. Prof. J. W. Porter and daughter, of daughter of Mr. Ed Shackelford, ofMt. was the prettiest girl at the Fair. Cap Lexington, visited Mrs. T. S. Hagan Sterling, have been visiting relatives is also upwards of a good deal on looks at 2 o'clock, p. m., publicly and Iriends here. last week. sell the following- valuable and we wouldn't be surprised if MadiMiss Mary Pattie will resume her son county did not have one or more Mrs. Charles McChord and children personalty: All office furniDr. MacMillau's subject of voice on hae returned from a visit to friends in class Sept. 5th. and piano at Monday of the handsomest couples at the Sh 1 bath will be "John the Baptistnext Sab ture and fixtures, surgical next, Her solo and his the Bap by show. Lincoln county. books, instruments, etc., one Baptism." tist church last Sunday evening was Mr. G amiss Hunter. C. U. '9S, has Prol. and Mrs. David Chenault, of the finest rendition wo. ever of the finest outfits iu the heard in a gone to Rev. J. Harvty Oliphant, of Indiana, Louisville, were the guests of relatives church in this Pontiac, 111., where he has a re Also pictures, cabi city. will preach atLiltleRichmond church State. here last week. sponsihie position in the management at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m., and at nets, music, sofa, carpets, Mrs.D. H. Myeis and pretty little of a coal mine Bev. Orpheus Shew- Miss Mary Louise Pattie returned to daughter, etc. Come Spring Thursday at 11 a. in. Miss Margaret Duncan My- maker, C. V. 'SO, of Georgetown, was Frankfort Monday, after a visit to Dr. ers, of Ilichmond, left yesterday MRS, M. FOSTER, Dr. MacMillan, of the Second Pres- for here this week. We arc glad to know and Mrs. Pattie. ausr31-3home, after a pleasant visit ot one Admx. that Mr. Shewmaker is much pleased f by terian church, conducted the union Messrs. T. Hood Little, Sam Bales week to Mrs. Farra on Brown street. with his Georgetown charge and that service at the Baptist church last Sunand Bowen Zaring attended the Shel- Nicholasville Democrat. his congregation appreciate and value day night. His text was from Psalms GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION. by Fair last week. 41, 9: "He was betrayed by his friend, Miss Katie Blanton, of Richmond, his enlightened labors in their behalf. - CapL Park Cudding, of Bloomfield, one whom he had gone up to the house 1 Foil &t f Six Wr Jmcriil Fpcosi iWtdj Free to Ky., Miss Wedora Aiken, of Greenville, Harrodsburg Democrat. 111., was the guest of Miss Nannie Miss , of God with." He handled his suband Messrs. Harry Blanton, of Kwj Finilj in tie Tilted Statu. After a pleasant visit to her brother, 9 Douglas last week. Bichmond, Henry Escott.of Louisville, Judge J. D. Goodloe, Mrs. Simmons re- ject in a masterly way and showed For sixty days we'll give absolutely without cost a lull set of six it is to Lieut. John B. Thomas lias returned and Hunter Stanford, of Eminence, are turned to Owensboro last Wednesday, supposed friend. be betrayed by your every imuuy scnuing War a Memorial bpoons to us casnoruenor Houseguests of Miss May Escott. Shelby accompanied by home from Chickamauga with fever. JuJas' betrayal was hold Furniture selected from our catalogue, no her daughter, who has the theme. matter whether the order be for $1 or $I,ttO. Lebanon Falcon. Sentinel. This means that we're going to add fifty thousbeen attending school in Boston. Mrs. our Dr. E. O. Guerrant held his annual and names toto list ot permanent customers. Bev. D. Clay Lilly returned Friday The following persons from Danville Simmons is deeply interested in her We're going demonstrate that pays to send to Tuscaloosa, Ala., after a visit to his are Lere to attend the funeral of Steve family history, being descended from of the "old folks" of Troy dinct to the factory for furniture.it This distriYqu. bution will cost us thousands of dollars and parents at Irvine. White: Mr. S. V. Rowland, Messrs. Archibald Woods, one of tho pioneers and Wilmore at "Belvoir" on Thurs- make us thousands of friends. spoon is of a different design Four U. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinson, of Will, David and Ed Bow land. Mrs. Ed of Madison. She has established her day, the 18th inst. There were pres S.Each Battleships, including the "Maine." SolBowland and Miss Sue McRoberts. claim to distinguished ancestry dating ent about twenty-siguests, the oldest diers in Camp in Cuba, aniTMorro Castle. Washington, D. C, are visiting relaFOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, CombThese spoons the cheap beiag: David Black, born January 12, tised extensivelyare notto $1.50 a setkind adverThe funeral takes place at the resi- back' beyond the time of Cromwell. tives in this county. at $1 They are WW? inations and Iron something new. 1807; Mrs. Ann McKee, born October 8, warranted best coin silver plate on a base of pure nickel silver (not low grade brass). They About sixty little girls aud boys reMr. John F. Taylor was over from dence at 4 p. m. Mrs. T. Y. Flaig and children have sponded to the invitations sent out by 1810; Robert Blackford, born Nov. 26. will wear for years and become a priceless heirBUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever Lexington and spent Sunday with relaloom for future generations. Send for a copy returned from a visit to Richmond . . Master Preston Smith and spent an af- 1S14; Price Penniston, born January 1, of our catalogue You should enclose ever exhibited in Richmond. tives in this county. 1818; S. D Coffman, born October 14, stamp or two to help pay postage. QUAKE It VALLEY MFG. CO., Dr. W. W. Burgin and wife are at Mr. Casey Owsley was in Danville to- ternoon long to be remembered at tho 1818; O. U. P. Tanner, CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties inSB, born Nov. 22, aug31-i- 3 & 357 West Harrison St., Chicago day, en route home from Henderson-vjll- hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. home from a visit to the latter's pacluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. N. C, where he left his brother, W. Smith, on West Main street. The 1819; Daniel Swope, born September, rents at Crab Orchard. Will. Will Is improving under tne large yard was thronged with gay little 1822; H. C. Hersperger, born Nov. 17, SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. Mrs. C. L. Adams, of Cleveland, 0., influence of the Carolina climate. folks who amused themselves with in 1822; John Pohrer, born March 22,1825; is visiting her brother T. C. Danville Advocate. Mr. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. nocent games until six o'clock, when Mrs. Emeline Young, born October 25. A Adams, onThird street. 1825; Mrs. I. J. Guyn, born June 27, Mr. Shelby I. Tribble, lato editor-Li- . delightful refreshments wero served, CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, 1827; Mre. Mrs. D. A. Colyer and family, of But- chief of jour job presses, but promo after which parlor games were in- 1820; G. E Tanner, born August 12, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple ler, Mo., are guests of Mrs. II. H. Col- ted to the control of the "Waddy Won- dulged in until the W. March arrival of parents 1826; Mrs. J. Thompson, born T)orn 12, A. Hersperger, and Mahogany. yer on Lancaster avenue. Auder," published on a side track near and nurses, when tho happy assembly gust 26, 1827. There were two persons For sale within 5 miles of - After a visit of several weeks to Mrs. Shelbyville, has returned to Richmond dispersed. It was a glorious day forfPreseut who were born in 1S2S, one in Owensboro, Kjr., in Daviess, I VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproB. E. Little. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey tne little lolks, and Master "Exlidition" JS34, and so on. After a summnoun ductions of the tables used at Bradle--Marti- n the best county m Western past all have returned to Louisville. Smith would have beeiitperfectly happy Misses repaired to the parlor, where Kentucky, ball and made and painted by Grace and Annio Tendered had his aid de camp, "Parselo" Hon. James JR. Burnam and wife sweet music. Dr. Guerrant lead aphand See Them. were welcomed home on Saturday. of Frankfort, been present. propriate Scripture selections and oray-eCHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungaaud then all departed fo "their Both are looking exceedingly well. Hon. Thomas G. Stuart, of Winches homes, feeling happier and bolter for rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. Miss Lydia McKee lies returned gently rolling, the on the borders of the one-hal- f Th8y Are Danger Signals, Mean- ter, was a guest at the Arlington San-da- another borne after a very pleasant visit to ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. Mr. Stuart owns extensive tracts "beautiful river." L M. in Woodford balance is rick creek bottom, ing Impure Blood Mies Mattie Shifflett in the country. of mountain lauds and is interested in Sun. 275 acres in a high state of DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. Mrs. J. B. Parrent and daughter. All Such Eruptions Are Cured by the.development of this Bection. It is cultivation; 100 acres of woodMORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. of Memphis, Tenn., visited Mrs. Awarded said that he knows more about the Hood's Sarsaparilla. land; bluegrass grows "luxurA. D. Miller from Thursday until Mon suffered with bulla and pimples and lands and resources of the highlands , Highest Honors World's Fair, iantly.- JBuilding, a roomy "I day. also had constant headache. After taking nouiutiv limit iiuy mil living, auu We are too busy to give a fait list or our immense mansion, surrounded The Misses Crutcher entertain at Hood's Sarsaparilla I was entirely relieved we believe.it Jackson Hustler," And,- stock, but assure yoa that anything you may need by forest trees; 3 tenement you can find at our new quarters. of these difficulties, and am now able to moreover. Col. Stuart is a much travel"Jimminnanna" Thursday evening in hous.es; 2 barns, L tobacco honor of their guest, Miss Brown, ot attend to xny duties without feeling they ed aud learned man. a genial companare a burden. We have used Hood's barn, holding 25 acres of ion, and stands np for Winchester first, Alabama. in our family for a'iong time." last 1 cattle barn which will and always. He is knowji everyBrigadier General Mil ward of the Nika C. VanPelt, Danville, Kentucky? DAY TELEPHONE 78. alsojiouse loacres of tobacco; was broken out all over with large where, knows everybody, and is popn Knights of Pythias, Lexington, was "I NIGHT TSLEPUONE 67. lar with all. If Winchestci-waAQxUQi with 44 box connot stable the guest of Captain B. E. L. Bigger-staf- T red blotches, which Itcbed and bothered e all the time. My sister recommended ceded to be the garden spot" of sialls, cost $2,000 ; never fail last week. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pill, and Clark county Col. Stuart would easily ing welLinside: corn cribs Mr. John K. Faulkner, of While's after I had taken these City Make Yoar medicine a convert us to that belief. He Jiae-ocapacityofAOOOIjushels: Station, has returned from Arkansas, time I was In better health thanI-ha-short grateful tliaaffs Witk d for courtesies extended, where he has been visiting Ids sister. been for years and I;am aov'eaMi and wo moan orchards one old and" one. it when wesey that WIik Mas. W. D. Mtzbs, Bowling JCy. Mrs. I2nj;leman. new. Price per. acre is'onlv cheater owes much of her success to $30?. Mr. Harrison Thomson, who has would tiie iHdefatiga'jle efforts ofthk outer been confined to hfe bed since his re per acres., This is a magailL prising, odel,eitiztHi HOST PERFECT: MADE turn from ChickainaBsa, is improving -Helen : Bennett , and skllie A puw Grape Cmtn of TaiW Powder. .Vm cent sfcxk form. 8otf ayaliaraggteta. frieett; ate for es. , rtojrlr. Woodford Sua. 8bJtelJodi of Rfebieond, Annie kim AwBnoofa, Atom or any otntr ailuMinw - WILUUBS4UTOX MMllfetvS, A. CtUciMr ftdtkiortt ud Eleanor mmm"rfzir lUfirMtfci oivwipi! 9ft 1 "MS m Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Drug. gibts. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best, loieuo, unio. lie sale, on the premises, at 11 o'clock West & Ttuax, Wholesale DrugWai,ding. Kijcn.-my faim of Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, cents to $2.10 are as we havebeensell- ing at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. Our Hats: Clearance Sale BIRTHS I New-Yor- I y UP Jf LbI DEATHS. to-da- well-kno- Public Sale I nniL n, m...j... RELIGIOUS. - to-da- y w 0 Not Baltimore and Ohio Biggerstaff BUT how-terribl- e & Oldham re-uni- lead What we Have to Show x y. e, ni in-la- w, GOOD FARM r. Boils airi Pimples Bur-nkr- u, d, 375 ACRES, y. re-uni- Co-rinn- e, LI ry Sar-Bapar- to-bacc- Oj s CREAM -- t & - !Pwrfcikj : pip pmfeto. OLD ur BAKING -- . Hoodsn PW. Gr, I wih i P0WMR -- It beeheaniitl Jr. ii M haaJi. niti." ""iaa. Me Xkttuif " O J.V' :1 v: aM l'i?r: . -. &&jS&- 1 Ifcft&fcfefc&fc BIGGERSTAFF - Htatiarttrs Witi ii tie ;. "fcW.JE.. w i .'. ' O - -- ; w- r r- - i. -- -- SSSS3- - 'Q -- Ci' -; JR ?R ?R SR SR ?R JR5IWR5R?!?" k: l a&2KaK2KaK2K22agaK2K 73f R k JR isvfls I tK7I .INIS. U ; FORTIFIED Cure sick headache, bad taste la the mouth, coated tongue, gas In the stomach, dlstreu and indigestion. Do not xreiVen, but hare tonic effect. 25 cents. The only 1'IIU to take with Hood's Sartaparllla. Hood's a H, Jf 111 11 $&mk$JHlr ft OUR CASTLE! Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes, In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. Not Avith BAR-GAIN- S PlaHfot I (UilSVi S X Cuts, Burni, Bruises, CUBAN OIL Price, cures Eheu-matis- m and Sores. Tetter, Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to.W. G. White. Salt-Rheu- m 25 cents. THE CAUCUS HELD j oy itching and smarting inciThe K dent tointensediseases is instantly allayed these and Eczema, K 2K (S) a favorite remedy for sore nipples; hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. chapped 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 THE VERDICT RENDERED! HICHMOIH), MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blocd purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 :ents per package in the dark. Br. Cady's Condition Powders, are w; ?M SR" ;s&tyle9 Quality and Price Guaranteed. . . TIt will pay you to examine our goods aud get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. . Busy Bee Cash Store Company. Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of "Wash Fabrics ever held in the Blue Grass Regions of Old Kentucky. Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale ; ctc thev must all to"" This sale will last for 10 days and each and every item sold during the 10 daj-- s out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we carry to correspond with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. - 1 i 1 5R The sweetest songs of faith are sung If You Are Restless sc- - 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. -- a and can not sleep at night, a dose of Dr. Hell's will give you natural rest and refreshingsleep.-l- t checks a couch at once and cures a cold iu one night. It heals-ththroat, chest, and limes, cures la grippe permanently, does not stupefy, is harmless. Children love it Old people like it. Good druggists sell it Price. 25c. It Love is about the thing that can cure laziness. Pine-Tar-Hon- e To. Cleanse the System The Richmond Climax. E.-D- Proctor Knott Cigar. Caldwell High School Next Monday. The Gtli, session or Caldwell High Y I UN A (JGUST 31 , 1S9S. School will begin next Monday at S:30. It is requested that all children who UwUrfrtu&OrfU-'i-fJ'-vrfWwwj- j. expect to attend this year will be pres .KertiMinents will be received C ent the firt day that the school may O be graded and work begin without dei. mi' ( LI MAX with the guar- lay. The first day is the most imporO ami tbat its circulation exceeds O ti.a f any otherpaper published C tant day in the whole year. .1. 1). Clark, Supt n Kiohmond. c j Found, Saturday night, in this city, a man's bicycle. Call on Chief of Police Feeny and pay for this notice aud get same. John B. Chenaull For Auditor. j O ? Simple Cure For Headache. The liarrodsbnrg Democrat says; "That if the sufferer will walk backH ibson. Dentist. Ir wards for about ten minutes it will cure rue best smoker, the 1'ioctor Knott the most violent headache. The gentleman who told up of this novel and I't Midkill paint and trim your simple reined- - says it never fails to inavll-Gin- o carriage. cure his wife." We are inclined to rejoin with the Tinstate favorite, the 'Proctor trite saying "the man who believes this Knott cigar. bland on his head " -- Hu i S. D. Parrisli is quite ill at his Rev. 1. M. Frost Selected at Georgetown. liniiie on Second Slrct. The Committee appointed from the is due CJill and Ii uur Hoard of Trustees of Goorgetow n Cols tie Monday, Couitday lege to recommend a President for that - Head the Dewey Music Co's ad- institution, met here on Thursday and elsewhere in this issue. selected Kev. J. M. Frost, of Nashville. it r The last rose of .summer will bloom Nothing definite has yet been heard -- this is the latt dav of siimmei. from Mr. Frost in regard to the matter. t mditwill probably be several days lute & Gibson's clearance sale is before his decision is reached. .Mr. u full blast. Head their ad else- Frost is the present ellicient Secretary sub.-cripti- Elsewhere will be found the formal announcement of the candidacy of our n Mr. John P.". Cheuault, for the nomination for Auditor of the State, subject to the action of the Democratic party. No man is better known in the county, none more capable by nature or experience, and none who could make a better race for this position than Mr. Chenault. He is a man of affairs, successful in business, a leader, with fifteen years expe rience in banking, and would make an efficient officer. His Democracy is straight, and he meets men but to win them to his faith. Let us join, as Madison always does, in accord and unity, and lift our fellow citizen to this position of honor. See his announcement on editorial page. well-know- fellow-citize- n. To Morgan's Men. e Midkilfslino of buggies before All work guaiauteed. i Dan Ureck has been appointed Diibion Headquarters at Lex-- i month. at $luli ;! David Uennett was injured by on Saturday near Lexington, Ins ankle was sprained. aw tin best and cheapest road in the market. S. L. MlIJKIKK. have on hands now a full line of raile buggies, carriages aud road . - at kiweht prices. .1 l pr -e I ii- ti!l-(iill- S. L. MlDKIl'K. . her Irs. (J. W. Pickels will lass in September and will i on and after the first Mon-au- g 17 tf lames Powell, of Winchester, r has lied i.a-e- d -- and will take possesion of ii. 11. lore of Dozier Jk Dogs, at .m on September, 10. The II. . I. & li. will sell tickets to i lunati account G. A 11. Sept. urd, t Sept. 10th, at in, ooJ t $2.30 for the round trip. r Mr. liliauison will resume her I m xt Monday at her home on n . . mil Street. She is a most conipe-- leuher, understands children, and to succeed with them. ircuit Court convenes Monday 53 , 117 criminal, 224 old equity, and CO ordinary i , nt j appearouccs ues Judge Scott is on the bench u i l omuionwealth's Attorney Crutch- a i his post. Richmond beat Frankfort both ...es last week, S and 5. Har-s piichiugaud battingin first game He is a great ama- .! it alone foi us. it nitchcr having lest onlySgamss in - far this year. Miss Tempie Oldham has moveJ h. r stock of goods for the months of Jal and August into the loom back of cu-e . from of. We arc in receipt of a letter ficers of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry ex tending an invitation to all survivors of Morgan's command to attend the National Eiicamdment at Cincinnati and be their guests during the time. The circular, in part, is as follows: ' It seems to be a fitting time to put ot the bumiav School Hoard of the the seal on the new bond of union that Southern Baptist Convention. He is a us, as a Nation, one. indinative of Scott county, and a graduate shall make visible, and unconquerable. Therefore of the College in the class of '71. we, the undersigned former officers of Georgetown Times. the Seventh Ohio Cavalry, your neighCap Oicksrson Marries. bors of a nearby State speaking for our The happy endingof a long courtship selves, iu our own names, and, as we that has much attiacted attention here believe, voicing the sentiments of all occurred last Friday, when Mr. Can our comrades, extend to you, all of Dickcrson and Miss Lena Devore were -- Morgan's Men," this our cordial inviunited in marriage. The ceremony tation, asking you to meet with us as occurred in Shelbyville. Mr. Dicker-6o- n our guests, at our reunion in Cincinnati, is a very popular young gentleman, on SeptemberTth. We ask vou to come friends. and bring your sons with you. The with a host of His wife is one of the prettiest young countersign is "Dewky-HohsoN- ." ladies in the State and they certainly Of Interest to Irvine Folks. are as fine looking a couple as one will On Wednesday Mr. T. M. Farnsworth see iu a week's journey. Mr. and Mrs. received a fifty cent piece in exchange Dickersou, we wish you a long and groceries, on which was engraved happy life. May you always be as for in excellent lettering the words: "W. happy as you are now. A., Co I," 14th Ky." The reporter, A Chance For Physicians. anxious to know something about Co. The handsome olllcc furniture, fix- I., visited Judge Cardwell's office and tures, instruments, medical literature, asked him something about it Almost pictures, music and all other equip- iu the twinkling of an eye the Judge ment belonging to the late Dr. J. M. pulled the Adjutant General's report Foster, will be sold at public auction from the shelving aud in a minute said at his late residence on West Main St., the coin had belonged to Wiley Amis. on Tuesday. September 20, at 2 o'clock, And it doubtless did, for the record p. in. See ad. This sale not only em- showed that Company 1, 14th Ky , was braces those things of interest mustered in at Irvine, Ky., at the beand value to physicians, but the furni- ginning of the war and that John Amis ture, lounge, chairs, music, pictures, was the Captain and Wiley Amis the tables, carpets, lied, etc., should be First Lieutenant of the Company, and seen uy householders as well, ur the"V. A." shows plainly that the Foster was one of the foremost physi- property of the Lieutenant, and if Wiley-i- s still in the land of the living he can cians in the south and in his extensive travels abroad he acquired a taste for get the silver piece by writing to Mr. th J highcbt class literature of his pro- Farasw orth. Harrod6burg Democrat. fession. Not only this but his office Shve White's Sad Death. equipment, instruments, etc., showed .Richmond, inured to sensations and the advanced ideas of the man. These shocking events ot all characters, was things must now be sold. It is a great well-wishi- opportunity. The Goebel Law And Us Appointees, A Republican Standpoint. From 9-- 11-- m ! The State Election Commissioners have appointed Messrs. II. R. Prewitt. H. K. Green and W. II. Strosman as election commissioners for Montgoui erv county. The latter is the Republican member and the Republicans are Hall. Ladies "wibhing Mil- - perfectly satisfied with his selection.--M- t. notions and underwear, will Sterling Gazette. (Rep.) save money by calling on her. julyC-2The election board, created by the -- $2 30 to Cincinnati and return Seprecent session of the legislature, met tember 3rd to ldi inclusive, good re at Frankfort and appointed the comturnim: uutil September 13th, with missioners for each county, These for nrevelege of extension to October 2nd, Garrard are Messrs. Curt A. Robinson, Wm. L. Lawson, democrats, and Geo. via L. & K. acct. G. A. It. Encamp ment. Go via L. &. X . three fast T. Pherigo. Republican. These men are all reliable and will do the Equare thing. trains each way daily. If all the others appointed are as good For Sate. as Garrard's the new law will work better than most people predict. LancasI have 2,000 iheep aud 200 liead of ter Kecord. (Ind. Republican.) cattle for sale, at low prices. A Street Fair For Richmond. Address, . Frank Rook, Some of our merchants are talking of Merrietta, Ga. jy20-- tf havinir a street fair, and say they are In Their New Building. willing to contribute liberally to that O.dham Bros & Co. yesterday riuish-- end A street fair, lasting one week, has movlnir their block to the Masonic just closed at Paris. There were balloon walkTe. iple. Thev will occupy the entire ascensions, babysliow, first floor of this building and will have ing, fruit displays, saddle horse and bione of the handsomest ttores in this cycle contests and a 6treet wedJing. at city Mt Sterling Five couples offered to lake part in the public wedding, only one being chosen. Is Out Fcr Congress. Large crowds erJ attracted to the W H. Ziegler, ths Prohibition nonii town, and the fair proved a big success. nee for Congress in ibis district, is a Richmond should haveone by all means. citizen of Jessamine county, having for The Cynthiana Courier has this on the past year resided with Col. T. B. the subject: in the Union Mills neighbor-hjod- . "Prof. E. T. Lynson and Mr. E. C. Mr. ZeiIer is a native of Eckhart, were in Cynthiana yesterday church for 15 years. For the the merchants in regard past year he has been Stat organizer. to confer with having a street fair These gentleto men recently loaned their assistance to ?i.ie Horses Sold. - A. & E. P. McCord, of While Hall; the Paris street fair, which proved so an 60 to L. F. Itailey. of IxidgUjn, an successful. Of the benefitB of such affair yesterdays Bourbon News says: txiraflue yeariintj stallion by lilack "The Street Fair was a success and . .rrel, dam by King William. Price was a fine advertisement for Paris. It $ l Also, their ten year old brood attracted to Paris at least six thousand ware, dam or Patsey people each day, who left quite a comMISOO, and of Fayette McCord, who fortable sum of money in the city. benebranch trade S)W for $1200. Price NearJy fV; also a suck-l.n- g fited byevery fair, audot a'readywsis theie is the flily toU by Cerro Ggrdo, dam talk of giving a fair next year on a much Ravine, price ?200. larger scale." Wagers & Cohen told to Jack "Mayor Aelibrnck Iibr called ,for a nice Eastern meeting of the cltiaeus tonight at the .M'e seldmg. by Worlock, dam by Court House to discuss theadvisahjltty Akme. J'nceSiOO. of holding bci a lair." iik-gel- 's u-r- cl tight-rop- e -- Sentinel-Democr- Penn-fejlvaui- an 1 McCord.-wboeol- d Sprat-iey.of.Y- .,a startled and profoundly grieved late Monday afternoon by the news that Stephen Bates White was dead! The community was loath to credit the report that this well known citizen, neighbor and friend was gone, gone forever from out the lives of those who loved and respected him. In tho prime of life, in perfect health until last week, vigorous and robust as a giant. But yet the awful fact had been told when first tho rumor gained circulation, and all the tears and lamentations could not alter or soften the terrible truth, Steve White was deadl - Mr. White had been suffering for two weeks fioni malaria and hemorrhages of the kidneys, so that Jhe was in a very exhausted state. Nevertheless, his condition was not thought to be critical and his death is all the more sad. The funeral services by IJev. J. K. Smith will take place at the late residence of the deceased. The Blue Lodge and Knights Templar will bury their comrade with Masonic honors. In closing this brief notice ot our friend we wish to record the remark we heard the l8St time wo taw Mr. White He was driving rapidly to the country to purchase stock or produce, and as he passeJ, cheerily ppeaking to the crowd, one of them said: "There goes the poor man's friend. Would that Madison county had more like him. He has created a market for us and he pays just prices." This is not such an epitaph as adorns the tombs of honored dead, but is the blunt, honest and sincere estimate of the man by a fellow man. And yet what nobler station in all the world, than to be f,'The Poor Man's Friend?" Mr. White was a public spirited, e citizen. He loved his county, his town and its people. Ho was always at the forefront where our interests needed the championship of brave and intelligent lead ership. All this and more was be. Hut alas! Ho is no more, and wo mourn with those who mourn. A wife, nee Miss Margaret Rowland, and three daughters survive. They.are comfortably provided for in his death as in his life they knew no wish by his indulgence. Lord, be a husband and father to the widow, and children m they weep over the aeb.es of ,, x.T their sfeattwed idol; wide-awak- Effectually yet gently, when costive or bilious, to permanently overcome habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, Dave Freeman Gels Married. without irritating or weakening them, to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, A marriage license was issued Tues- use Syrup of Figs, made by the day to David Freeman, aged 84, and Fig Syrup Co. Mrs. Annie Urandenbutg, aged 50 He enjovs much who is grateful for They were to be married near Mortons-vill- e a little. yesterday or Mr. Free"The Worst Cold I Ever Had." man is the father of Messrs. Will, Joe You can cure it in one night with and Ben Freeman. Woodford Sun. Dr. Bell's 25c at all druggists. No cure no pay. Lay In Your Coal Nov;. It It is stated that an agreement has If you would feel right, believe right been reached between the mine opera- and do right. tors of Kentucky and Tennessee, and Tired anil True. that very soon the cost of coal will be Tousauds have tried Dr. Caldwell's advanced at the mines. Tina means Syrup Pepsin or constipation, indihigher prices to the consumers in the gestion and sich headache and have near future, and it would bo economy found it true to the claim made for it, viz; that is the best remedy now before to lay in your coal now. the good people for the relief of stomach troubles Trial size 10c large The Results ot an Ad. 1.00 of B. L. Middelton. Iu our last issue appealed an adver- sizes 50c and aiig3-li- n tisement under the signature of Mr. The bright side is not alwavs the Cash Forbes, of Red House, advertisright side. ing four estray shoats that came to his Meet Your Needs. place Jover two menths ago and had When you feel tired, languid, nersince that time been taken care of by him. The Climax containing this no- vous and are troubled with pimples and eruptions, you will find Hood's tice had only been out of press a few Sarsaparilla exactly meets your needs. hours when Kayle Carr, of Ford, was It purifies and enriches tho blood and attracted by the advertisement, which imparts to it the qualities needed to fiilly described his shoats. He at once tone the nerves and nourish the whole system. It coures all blood humors. called on Mr: Forbes, and paying the charges, drove his hogs home. Before Hood's Pills cure sick headache, leaving Mr. Carr remarked that had it nausea, billiousness and all liver ills. not been for the Climax he would Price 25 cents. It never have known the whereabouts of Tact wins where great gifts without his swine. it fall flat. A High Compliment. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the Col. Bennett H. Young, of Louis- largest sale of any Salve in world. This fact and its merit has led dishonest ville, presented to Willoughby Wafers, people to attempt to counterfeit it. son of Mr. B. P. Look out for the man who attempts to the bright Wagers, of Waco, a scholarship to deceive you when you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel complete his education at Central Uni- Douglas & Salve the great pile curs. Wells. versity. The gift came in the form of It is much better to suffer than to though in 1S94, during Col. a surprise, Young's stay in the Waconeighburhood, sir. Centiires ago, people fear what they Mr. and Mrs. Wagers entertained him. "Black Death" left he told Mrs. Wagers called the pestilence.thing and when he in theworld was the most terriblo that ho had a surprise in store for her, to them. They feared it as people now but it would be a yearer two before he fear the Cholera aud Yelow fever. And could present it. So last Friday was yet there is a tiling that causes morn and deaths than any of these. Master Willoughby's fourteenth birth- misery common s of all that It is so day, aud Col. Young, true to his prom- ttie sickness in the world is trace ib!e ise, presented him with the scholar- to it. It is merely that simple, comship. Although young Wagers is mere- mon thing constipation. It makes peoples listless, ly a child, yet his sterlingqualities com- aches, los. of causes dizziness, headappetite, loss of sleep, most worthily for the honor foul breath and distress after eating. mend him and compliment paid him, and The little help needed is furnished by he is the proudest young man iu Madi- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One pill is a gentle laxative and two a mild son county. cathartic. Once used, always in favor. If you nie careless enough to let an unUnlair Criticism of Telephone. scrupulous druggist sell you something The Register has a scorching criti- on which he maKes more money, it is cism of the East Tennessee Telephone your own fault if you do not get well. Company which operates a long dis- Be sure and get Dr. Pierce's Pleasant tance telephone station here, at Hagan Pellets. 21 stamps to Send cents in it Stockton's drugstore, and says that World's Dispensary Medical AssociaSenator John Bennett is the complain- tion, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. ant and that he wants the newspapers Pierce's 100S page "Common Sense illusto roast the Company. If there is one Medical Adviser." prefusely It trated. thing the Senator dislikes more than The root of all discontent is selflove newspaper," and another it is a "d We cannot conceive of him asking their No other preparation have ever done in quelling any nuisance. so many people so much good as Besides the Senator did not attempt to Hood's Sarsaparilla, America's GreatIt talk to Frankfort on londay, as was est Medicine. stated in the Register. But any of the It is a great mistake to suppose that 'following gentlemen, who daily talk to money can buy happiness. points between Richmond and Chicago, TEA cures Dyspep-can testify to the efficiency of the ser- PJHaNUBIAN V gia, Constipation and Indivice. J. W. Bales, Joe Giunchigliam, gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. J. Stone Walker, C. E. Woods, T. T. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Covington, J. E. Greenleaf. It should G. White. Trouble runs with swift feet towjrd be borne in mind that a long, single wire, uoing a great ueat oi business, those who go to meet it. necessarily keeps a man waiting, like More than twenty million free samthe mill, for his "turn." A manjis al- ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve lowed to talk live minutes, and if there have been distributed by the manufactheir conbelter turers. are any delays it is due, not to the fidence inWhat merits-U- proof of want? It you it's fault of the operators. When a man cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the here wishes to talk to another in shortests space of time. Douglas & Frankfort, for instance, time is occu- Wells. pied in hunting up the latter and getDoing good will pay in the long run ting him to the station. Meanwhile the better than digging soil. other gentleman may bo wondering have Truth weais well. why in the blankety-blan- k he don't learned that DeWitt's People Early Little talk. Hut as to the distinctness of the Risers are reliable little pills for regit voice sounds over this line, while such lating the bowels, curing constipation may occasionally happen in stormy and sick headache. They don't gripe. & Wells. weather, the fact that the above named Douglas A civil tongus is a better weapon gentlemen constantly employ the line for long distance uses, would seem to than a sling shot. disprove the Register's complaint. A Uood Memory Cali-forina to-day. at 3 cents per yard, former price "We One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. patterns to close at 8c per yard, former price have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up between our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from Gie to Sc per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to 18c per yard. Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold in this sale at Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. We have ported French and the entire fine patterns price 25c recently added to our line of imOrgandies about 300 new styles lot will be closed in this sale, the includod at 19c per yard, former to 35c Come early to get choice. ) mxM Remember, prices named oh our entire stock goods for 10 days during this sale will be of CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all our stores. Now is the time to enlist as a customer. We are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to SSk All our new Val Laces, Heal Handmade and Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hamburcs and Embroideries of all kinds, Taris Mulls, Swisses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. Prices on all other lines of goods we carry including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, etc., have been made so low in this sale that each and every item purchased will be a bargain. You can't go wrong here. ( S attend. did not intend to hold this sale when we began giving tickets on our handsome Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come early and avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. "We m W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. raFiKH S-fl - Tt-- ? vl trrt-- 7 lwJnL?T I fCJll A hn.-- ;vvv; w am w mtsrsrj m, mmmvmmd , rVKAfcv? ,. rNnrHlltjxr, FURNITURE. nine-tenth- Who ?i Al! The Ladies ES3 m. w to-da- y Want Bargains Read This? Our Clearance Sale is now on. We are offerinc all Summer Goods Cost. Ginghams, Percales, Madras Cloth, Lawns, Organdies, Duck Suiting, in fact everything in the wash goods line. Also a nice line of Dress Goods at jour own price. Please call and sec our line before purchasing elsewhere. Hyg w MOBERLEY'S ifcw-- H 53S MKMH Merles Jit). one-ce- nt THE LARGEST STORE ! THE LARGEST STOCK ! f?8i m Ibl ::! THE FIXEST FURNITURE! THE BEST ASSORTMENT ! B We are also Agents for Butterwick Patterns. H Mob en S TSi VlammDth A White -- &- Gibson. THE MOST PERFECT SATISFACTION. THE LOWEST PRICES. rjpaJJMPajJt' mm FURNITTJKE BY THE TRAIN LOAD. M LL WE KNOW ABOUT CAEPETS BY THE CAR LOAD. BED HOUSE. Mrs. Calvin Burgin and son, Shelby, J. B. Dozier and brother, Taylor, of this locality, left August 22, for Bloom-ingto111., to visit their sister, Mrs. n, Barkley and will not return for about one month. Meeting also In progress at Brooks-towheld by Rev. Yencer, of Canada. Good crowds and good sermons, every body invited to attend. Mr. J. E. Cosby has deliverdd his crop of wheat to Waco parties for $1 00 per bushel, seven hundred bushels all n, told. Queen & Crescent low excursion rate G. A.. R. Encampment at Cincinnati. Ask your Agent. Often saves money and also good health. If you are troubled with constipation, indigestion or any form .of stomach trouble remember to take home a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and health will be restored to you. Trial sizes 10c (10 doses 10c) largo size 50e and $1 00 o li. L. Middelaug3-lton. To find fault is easy, to do better may be difficult. One Minute Cough Cure surprises peoplo by its quick cures aud children may take it in large quantities without the least danger. It has won for itself the best reputation of any preparfor colds, croup, tickation nsed ling in the throat or obstinate coughs. Douglas & Wells. There is no greater foolishness than to fool with sin. m to-da- y Pianos and ns United WALL PAPER Y THE TON. S3 PICTURE PRAAIES ) . ( The fruit of years of experience and hard studj' is embod All we know is at ied in this magnificent stock of ours. too. "We haven't any trade secrets. "We tell your service, you the exact facts about every thing you care to ask about Why it is good, what it's made of, etc. Our leaders, - BY THE CORD. Gifts that take icell. 2? Rattan Rockers, Sofas, Lounges and Novelties for , Ei I k h ii States the Qp, Undertaking I The handsomest line What Tommy Said. Agere Cberry Pectoral Ay-ex'- Uncle John Well, what do you mean to be when you net to be a man? Little Tommy (promptly) A doc-- , tor, like pa. Uncle John (quizzically) Indeed: and which do yVu intend to be, au ala homoeopath? "We tried almost everything for lopath orToimny-f-- I what Little we them awful big words mean Uncle asthma without success. At last Cherry Pectoral and the John; but that don't malconoditrer-ence.'canstried ain't goln' to 1k either relief was immediate." of 'em. I'm just goin' to lie a family S- - A. ELLIS, Keeae, K.JL doctor an' give all my patients Hood's Sarsaparilla"''cause my pa snys that if hols a, doefbr, he's 'bligod to own np. W. P. SKARLES, that Hood's bfirsapHnllA is the bml family HiedicinViB ev sw m'ihitl HALF-SttBOTTLB?. .A life." r, &CCGNP &TKIKT--'rs gW: ; - ' X doii't-ltnuiv s el Sewing Machines to be found in the market. A complete line of Sheet Music can be found at our place of business at all times. The people of Madison and adjoining counties are cordially invited to call and inspect our selections. We are also prepared to get any piano or instruments for parties that Ave do not carry specially in stock for less monej'' than they can purchase them. Leave orders for plana tuning, at office. Are unexcelled. We also carry in stock Highest-Grad- e of COFFINS and a graduated Embalmer, MR. MIL WARD BROWN, our Funeral Director. S, NEVILLE Successor to MOBERLEY, J. S. Collins. fHONE 23.--Z ores Astim. E The Dewey Music Company, K 3wsmsi.MauAger. -- er eomplete Bed-roo- m in Show Wiwlow. m-NIQ- c i. if- . '' r J,""0 Ifr.- - "fc-- r "r RicsjMn, Bhr, -- Ji - ' &?L-.U- -' M" t' r- , h -"- ""-'- ' "v i. rnt S hoWs through ALL WOMEN . . "" - " - i - County Court Bays. & nm K.I0M! Should know tSat the I am ak. Frukfort The blouse front jacket of last yenr C M&w J Old Tlmo" Itcmedy, Fm f" m is put of date. In KOect May 1. 188 Many now bodices arc trimmed to DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. match the skirt, especially when the Lexington, Fayette corinty, necond 4RMBr EAST BOUND. decoration takes the form of cress-cu- t Monday. a.m. p.m. BaBnCaV &aW 3 00 6 30 binds of the fabric, or galloons, lace vuBK county,. second ffff Tn Lve Frankfort Stanford. Lincoln 43 3 .6 51 3 20 Klkborn iit4ft. 32 6 through the winter? If so, we insertions, Mnall pulla of musliue, or SwiUer. 3 s ... 7 02 4Kjr I p2. " Stamping Ground Srolt'conntyhlnl Mon are sure it quieted your cough,, paswaaentnrie. . 7 08 s 58 4B . Duvatls Perfectly plain sleeves are rarely Georgetown. ' 8 oo 4 is healed the rawness in your y V 1 S ? ; ; day. e gowns, thoie Lve oeorceioTo. throat, increased your weight,, seen, even on Arr .Newtown. ., Danville, Boyle'county, third Mow!?". 4 52 Jh 8 22 hrrT2IiJ.l Cenlrenuo- i utttnlly a bit of trimming, or several gave you more color, and made g Elizabeth - EErr-Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third you feel better in every way-Brotps of stitching at the wrists. Paris- ' " ' Monday. Skirls are becoming more WEST BOUND. perhaps your cough has a.m. p.m. top than evt-20 Winchester, .Clark county, Joortk come back again, or you are get530 Lve Paris 5 42 TH I 1 932 I EXCELLENCE OF SYEUP OF FIGS costumes -Many of the J Monday. Atr Elizabeth .. ting a little thin and pale. 5 48 9 38 Is the best forFco.IeTro.Mea. Corrects.all Centreville irregularities in Female Orpins. Shouldbo & Taylor's are trimmed 4S 558 is due not only to the originality and 9 Newtown. T Then, why not continue th& shown at Lord Versailles, woodford county, fosrth 6 0S tnken for Chanc!Lt(e and before 10 00 kklkkkW Georgetown helpful remedy right with Fpotied laces having varying Plaattrs "0'd Time" Reatdles have Stood the ? 10 40 630 simplicity of the combination, but also Aa same Monday. smfcfc Lve Georgetown years. 1 6 41 10 58 is L test for .. care and skill with which it Arr Duvalls. borders, sometimes mere Vandykes, through the summer? It will 648 to the 11 10 ' Stamping Ground m I 1 Madeoulybr Kew Spencer itecianeijo., unav--j I processes M Mi 1 Al I M ir. xiL- -i "25 6 59 manufactured by scientificFig Svrup Tennessee. as much good as when the and sometimes more ornate. The inSwitier i B A. iUC B 4 smf smf 706 known to the California CORRESPONDENCE, Elkhorn. " M 720 Co. only, and we wish to impress upon sertion bands used in such profusion weather is cold. Frankfort I DRUGGISTS. 25c 50c. Its persistent use will certainly are woven into diamonds and crowing Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. all the importance of purchasing the C. P. BEECAW, Gen'l P ass. Agent dec8-l1 G.Whit. give you a Detter appetite ana a each other on flornl appliques. true and original remedy. As the B. HARPUR, Gen'l SupU . s m KINGSTON: to Frankfort, Kentucky. Pique gowns will be worn as long as genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured stronger digestion. septs-u- r All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. by the California Fio SrBUP Co. possible into September. When not It will cure your Mrs. Dr-- Brouaugli, of Stanford, reonly, a knowledge of that fact will they are trimmed with weak throat and heal o . assist one in avoiding the worthless turned to hc'rlioine last weeks after your inflamed lungs. dainty embroideries. imitations manufactured by other parto Mrs. Cox. .: , several days visit Very sprawling patterns appear in It will cure every case ties. The high standing of the CaliMr. Joe Gibbs reti rued from Virginfoulards. of consumption, when Fig SrisUP Co. with the medi1 i fornia ia with a car load lof good feed cattle, a cure is possible. Blue is the hue ot the coining season. cal profession, and the satisfaction o which the genuine Syrup of Figs has last Tuesday. Don't be nersuaded Tailer suits in brown hollaud linen, o' 2 given to millions of families, makes Mies Mary Hanna, of llarrodsburg, to take something they say is just or butcher's linen in blue, are exceed the name of the Company a guaranty is the guest of Mrs. Tetttis. CO as good. ingly good form, and will be, for weekfa - - - -s " S S5 S cc excellence of its remedy. It is l"Wil Alt DruKjrlsts, joe. and t. 1 4 I of the 2 to come. Dr. Hurst was called to Mallory & Boyvne, Chemists, N.. in advance of all other laxatives, SCOTT far Hi::: Do you need a Ladies who have, not utterly ruined S 3 as it acts on the kidneys, liver and Spring last Tuesday to attend Mrs. Dr. O -their hair by prolonged use of curling-ironbowels without irritating or weakenK Mautiin, who is quito ill. w ing them, and it docs not gripe nor are to be congratulated, as shillsuit you stop and think about the 5 iliss Susie "Witt, our assistant post cause. Remember you have thosim-pathy- ing locks are now the preper thing. K nauseate. In order to get its beneficial Wag OB, Or Other ...JJ 9 Vm effects, please remember the name of mistress, spent last week at "Wildie, Ring in the new ''Ring oat tho old wWl 85,. all who are standiug on the Skirts will show circular flounces, a. the Company Ky. Ring OUt tho false Ring in the true " liny 3 We aresole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan cbille.1 P:.- G sunny side. both btraight and shaped, all the IT Mfflll-iirefiB- yl a: !! 'M 01ls Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of HardwarOur school wae suspended last week W - 3g tO you the new and true from the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. V F tl !iKf and winter. Evelyn Cadu:. a Rev. A. J. Piko is still pastor ot the Autumn ..,,, and Tinware. Tin Roofiax and Gtiticrlnz a Specialty. o plneV forests Of Norway on account of the illness of Miss Sue Gillcad church, and preaches every sax ntAScico, Cii iJH W)ylrirV, $ sKf 1K 3 rr?rirr?? ic. x-Louisville. Ky. 1) Witt's Witch kw tore; Scrivener, our accomplished teacher. 22 thiid Saturday and Sunday in each When you call for She is at homo in Richmond. JanS-l- y lead Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't month, lie has had the care of Gil t accept anything else. Dou't be talked Miss Ruth Terrill is at Estill Springs church for seven yenra. e for piles, into accepting a substitute lor a few days. ht I-r- W a RIB SH m n 3 Hi . Uncle John Kelley, one of the U nB u u ttr3 laHVn ta "m I Mrs. EduaMaupin and son, Wallace, strongest free silver men in old Madi- for. sores, for burns. Douglas & Wells. IMi spent last week with relatives in Gar- son, by his skillful and iugeuiotis Hock Nature's most natural remedy, improved by Pfjirjs liETTER PUBLIC ROADS NEEDED. rard county. science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive workmanship cut out a wooden chain t Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces supper at with sixteen links with a hook on one Dont't forget the o fliaKKv Some authority on the -M 'VnS.B-- v I "WfcSB of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Zion church next Friday night end and a ball on the other and a link subject of public roads states Ml 9flE CSCi that iw 9 iivtr aUC Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary TnCffVB Everbody invited. to hang down in the middle, represent- there are 1,500,000 miles of public rated ; the mucus is cut out ; the Tub, 2Afa, "SottujAo Mr.Jas Watson, a tenant living on ing sixteen to one, and sf nt it to W. J. loads in the United States, over which cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Mr. T. J. Power's farm, expired last Bryan, and a few days since received the aggregate amount of 500.000,000 I 1 is no inclination to cough. Wednesday. The remains were inter-e- d an answer thanking him for his kind- tons of freight is hauled annually. ess s SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS in the "Walker Burying grounds ness intending the same. Estimating the average distance over Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United KUt. Losses paid near Berea. Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizea which freight is thus hauled from the BEREA. promptly. m k party composed of A horee-bac- k BE SURE YOU GET farm to the depot at eight miles, it is I AM 88 YEARS OLD. ondnevtrcsKl equal to Dr. Bell a young folks of Terrill, spent a pleasant figured that the total cost of hauling any remedygives qalct and permanent relief yon are offered the In the Prudental, The colored folks held a festival at It Dr. best Life Insurance attainable, and on knob last Wedafternoon at Joes freight annually over the public roads IngrlpasweUasconshsandcoIds. Itmakea Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. the Glado church Saturday night. the most approved plans. In Accident i weak nun strong. Mrs. II. A. Metcalfe, IW following are the names: we again give the best We Insurance nesday. The in the Uuited States is $1,000,000,000, Pedncah,Ky. H will not transact business with irresporu-sibl- c John A. Richard goes to Slate Lick or $2 per ton. WEST BOUND. Misses Mary and Margaret Miller, Edcompanies. soil h week but not out of 26J Second Street, ML Sterling anl LcxinRton Accom .... 6 55 am na Ballard, Lizzie Lee Kales, Johnnie three nights water.the With uniformly good public roads it .... 7 30 am Eastern ExprcRS for Louisville Up Stairs. M .. 3 00 pro Accom. Terrill, Lavinia Maupin, Edith and after mineral Jlerehead and Ixjnctou V is claimed that the cost of hauling i 4 50 pro New York Limited F. F. H u 1'roauGo Mr. E. Hardin was married to Mrs. freight from the farm to the depot Calma Rice. Messrs. Will Bales, Alex. h-; L'J EAST BOUND. Ellison, Charlie Rice, Malcom Miller, Lue Bicknell at the brides home in ought not to be more than $400,000,000, 9 15 am M Lexington and Morehead i 11 58 am and Walter Steuart. On Beroa the 10, and will start to the or $600,000,000 less than what it is at Reported every Tuesday at noon by York Limited F. F. V. .. 6 30 pm ?c h- Xeatherage Lexineton and ML Sterling Accom grooms home in Taylor County about present. This dilference is strongly Co., fctaple and GEO. W. RILEY Thursday evening Miss Ruth Terrill 9 23 pn M M Washington Express wrill Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. ! J entertained the above named party at the 19. emphasized by the authority from Accommodation trains run daily except Sun. . , . :: . t 1 i 1 day. Other trains run daily. Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Died on the 11th, Mrs. AVra. Bratcher. whom we quote when he states that it her beautiful home, near here, and This is the grateful exEGGS 7c cash ; 8c in trade. Through sleeping and dining car service to Wright's Celerv Capsules. ' M Friday at Mallo' Springs. She leaves a husband and several is equivalent to the yearly interest on New York. BUTTER-Cho- iee j country, 8J1 5c. 1 T" 1T 1 t 1 pression of the thirsty Shelbyville, Kv., May 26, '96. To information, rates orsleeperreservations For pay II children to mourn her loss, one a babe $20,000,000,000 of 3 per cent governK. HOOD. Agent L.A.N.Ry.f BEESWAX 2025c. si call oc ot write Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: I iTj YAXLEY VIEW soul who tastes the liquids Richmond, Ky. two months old. ment bonds, and adds that "with only Gents I have purchased a box of WOOL Clear grease wool, 0(5)1 5c; or GEORGE W. BARNEY, G. N. cooled by ice made from Wrieht's Celery Capsnles from f D. v. A.C.&. O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. of thm almost inconceivably hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 23c. Mitchell Treston reports the populaMiddelton, druggist, and used them for W. H. Book was in Georgetown last 1 vast amount every public road in tho tion of Berea to be 775. pure distilled "water by CHEESE Country, 10c. M Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- week. MidTIMOTHY pation and found that they cave me imJennie Jackson a pike hand, got his United States could be rebuilt the Richmond Ice FactoThe attractive Miss Nannie Hall, of way Clipper. mediate relief even time. 1 think it an CLOVER foot mashed with a drill. ry remedy. II Richmond, is spending a few days excellent P 50 BLUE GRASS SEED-StripI with the Mi6ses Prathers "up the A stubborn cough or tickling in the 65c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, SHEARER. II SSSTTTree delivery, in Yours very truly, The present schedule of Illinois Central RailI throat yields to One Minutes Cough pike." road, in addition to shortening the time to and on short Geo. W. Riley. Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the pure seed, Sl$1.3-3Memphis and New Orleans, has inade it "Easier 9 T. J. Cope and family, of Jackson, Every body in this neighborhood are right spot, reliable and just what is NEW POTATOES 4050c; Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, notice. Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California ,The K Phone, No. 21. I Fip.st .". . are visiting relatives here, the family enjoying good health. - - wanted. It acts at once. Douglas & BACON SJ10c. with which the Illinois rplendid train service ll Wells. Central- s Memphis and NewOrleans Vestibuled of Dr. Elmer Northcut. Crop are all looking well since the ha:is 10llc. ,wsirg jsjS3 "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than LARD-7- 8c. Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned II. R. Smith spent Sunday with rain. NOVEL WEDDING. territory. MILLET $1 .00$1.25. friends in Irvine. The Central is the only line which runs Free Mrs. Nannie Barton and grand Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains Rev. O. J. YouDg preached to a large daughter, Miss Pansy Witner, have from Louisville to the South, also a weekly The leading feature of tho Paris You invito disappointment whenyouJ I'ullmaa Tourist Car lor California, MANAGER. congregation at Antioch Christian returned from a visit to Mrs. Jennie Street Eair last week was the public experiment. DeWitt's Little Early ...9 25pm every Thursday The Sew Acetylene Gas Bicycle Lamp. Lve Louisville 8 18ara church last Sunday. Arr Memphis Friday. Taylor, at Wildie. wedding. Premiums were offered for Risers aro pleasant, easy, thorough lit7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday No More -- .8 20pm Hundreds of acres of corn along the Lve New Orleans Friday Miss Tillie Karr who has been visit- the first couple to consent to be mar- tle pills. They cure constipation and 8 45am .. Arr Houston Saturday ... Kentucky river were damaged by the ing relatives, has returned to her ried in sight of the crowd on the streets. sick headache just as sure as you take SOOT, 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday .3 45pm Arr ElDaso Sunday recent rise in that stream. home in Ford. SMOKE, Five couple appeared. Miss Sadie them. Douglas & "Wells. 9 20pm Arr Los Angeles Monday I have rented for 1898 the several houses ad5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday The saw mills at this place received Mr. Roy Ilenzman, of Butler, was Davis, daughter of Frank Davis, of vertised by me last December, but have now ot GREASE Meeting Places and Officers ol Teachers' four or five other nice cottaees, well located Paris, and Squire T. McDowell, living a large supply of logs. They will re- visiting here Sunday. Tin u Ttf In' Wntrr Ctitt U Cil&nu. and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at nor DANGER Association. my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store . i s near the city, were chosen as the prin"" sume operation this week, giving em' desiring to make a comfortable trip to Miss Sallie Taylor and Miss Parties The Teachers' Association of Madi- with btepben D. Parnsh, Attorney-at-Lacipals. The ceremony was performed ployment to a large force of heretofore . the tcrritorv mentioned will do well to comUartor have been visiting in Traveling PassenFLORIDA H. PAKUISU, municate with II. II. Fowler, on the balcony of Dr. J. T. McMillan's son county will hold meetings twice idle men. ger Agent, Louisville. Ky. an2S-Kingston, Berea, Conway and Wildie Attorney and Agent. Wm. Alpord Kkllosp, A G. P. A., for the past two weeks. They returned oflicet by Itev. Dr. E. H. Kutherford. each month, as follows: August 27, PANOLA. Louisville, Ky. f P. A., A. H. Hassos. assisted by Rev. Dr. Scudder, of Car- Million; September 3, "Union; SeptemDR. CALDWELL'S home Thursday. dec23-lChicago. 111. It can't jar or Wow OVER $104,000 PAID IN MATURITIES. lisle. The bride was comely in white ber 15, Waco; October 3, Foxtown; Ocout like an Oil Lamp. A little child of Sid Oglesby died of Mrs. Manda Wilmore who is visiting Paris muslin, tho groom being dressed tober 15, Kingston; October 29, Speed'CURES CONSTIPATION. whooping-cougFriday morning. Mr. here will return home next week. OYER 839,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. in black. County Clerk Ed Paton well; November 11), Kirksville. B. ot ABSOLUTELY I, Bishop, of Crooked Creek, has lost two Miss Berdella Barton will leave in a donated the license and Dr. Rutherford Officers: Miss Lena Who can think Ltirht costs nf n cent an hour. Throws of some simple a clear. whu lizht 103 feet alien! Send small children of the same disease few days for Cincinnati where she will performed the ceremony free of charge. Palmer, Kirksville; Mrs. Florence Wanted-- An tlrisz to patent? lor circular ami Jrarn about the . . . Time Table No. '.VS. Taking Effect Mon Protect your ideas: they may bring you wealth. within a week. attend the encampment. On her way In the list of premiums received by Dozior, Foxtown: Prof. T. C. Troop, Write, JOHN WEDDEKBDRN & CO, Patent Attorday, May 2. 1893. Greatest DIcvcJc Lacn of the Year Coupon's Matured 1S98: The neys. Washington. D. C. for their John Garrett who was wounded a home she will stop off at Lexington. the couple were, cookinj; stove, insur Union; Miss Nannio Tudor, Glade; and list ot two hundred laTentions$131) prixo oSer Prom your dealer wanted. 2d Class. Cj 1st Class. Osat. Address. Name. Ref.No. Cou.No. or !ent prepaiJ Vr '4',-- ' EAST EOC.VD. Xo7l No. 3 No. 9 few days ago is doing well and hopes Mrs. Patrick Taylor attended the ance for 1,000, wedding cake, suit of Mr. Luther Todd, Yates; Prof. T. C. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 3332 4304 $K 5t Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky. c Lowry, "Waco; Prof. Solon Taylor, clothes for the groom, tinware, are entertained that ho will speedily campmeeting at Park Hill Sunday. 0BIAHA EXPOSITION BADGER BRASS MFG. GO. 4S59- -. 8987 M ' Geo D Robertson, " A. M. P. M. A. M. S 4033 4905 ring, case of wine, basket of gro Million. recover. Geo D Robertson, " 10 22 6 52 5 30 Versailles KENOCHA, WIS. 4953 40S1 M 3Irs S J Taylor, June 1st to October 3IsC "' " MILLION. 11 02 6 48 7 35 Nicholasville ceries, chair, room ot bridal 4131 5003 Rev. Cormack hurried a daughter .. .KM " Miss Ellen O'day, Louisville Tobicco .Mirlcrtt. V V V V 8 20 8 00 1126 Valley View. 5051 41S0 Mrs A J Taylor. " " KM bouquet, dinner at the fashionable 11 41 8 13 8 50 Million here a few days ago. Louisvillk, Ky., An?. 2". The clos5103. 4227 Geo D Robertson, " 9 15 11 58 8 30 Richmond 4274 ilost farmers in this locality are hotel, etc. . K M 5204. W C Nichols, Louisville, Ky ing day of thts week bhowed little P. K. TIIK (iRAXI)EST EXPOSITION Elder Easter preached at Crooked done thrashing wheat. Corn is lookS 4325 5319 Talitha Heath man, Lexington, Ky Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. 10 00 12 13 Union chanjrc iu the local tobacco market. 4375 5215. . . Louis Samuels, Lexington, Ky ..KM 10 05 Creek Sunday. Moberley. ....l 12 16 5168 H A Welch, Nicholasville. Ky Reports come from across the pond The few changes noticed wore all for (except World's Fair) ever planned 4H8 10 25 ing well. Brassfield ... 12 30 4500 5572. BuctnerIcElroy, Lexington. Ky..... KM 10 40 Elder J. F. Story, of Madisonville, 12 35 Panola- 5660. Herman Littenhouse, Louisville, Ky. Offerings were light, in the United States. located within 4552 Mr. Win. Whitaker, of this place, is that it is generally believed in London the better. 1 05 11 35 Irvine 5192. LemFong, Louisville, Ky Ky., will begin a meeting here Saturcheap and quick access of the entire 4618 that the Russian government has aggregating but 05 hogsheads, very sick. 3 M 5655. 4070 R Amspiger, Lexington. Ky day night before 4th Lord's day in 5753 Stevens & Marshall, Winchester, Ky. bought Li Hung Chang, body and soul, divided into 21 burley No. 2 No. 4 Ko. 8 No. 10 KM and 74 Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at 4758 Mr. Allen Turner, of Newby, who 5811 K J Deitrich, Louisville, Ky WEST BOCXD. Ex San Ex Sue Ex Sun: Ex Sun KM month. your own doors. Through tickets be- 4S07 this and it now seems probable that Russia dark. The quality of the burley 4S6G 5S90 KM John L Fischer, Louisville, Ky. has been very.sick, is improving. 5143. Fonnan & Flood, Lexington, Ky KM .CM. P.M. P.M. A. M Re- 4912 will succeed in blocking the English offerings was the .same as "on the yond Omaha allow stop-ov11 55 4970 5932. COTTOHBTJRG. Irvine Kate Young, Louisville. Ky KM 200 Messrs. Jackson Stapp, of Logana, railwav scheme. duced excursion rates to Omaha. Take 5027 1 05 6023 preceding days of the week. 225 Panola Mrs S J Taylor, Lexington, Ky .. . KM The 1 20 M 6093 5087 230 Brassfield ... Liilie B Young, Lexington, Ky Wm. Foster and George Million, of this lower grades continued to be in the the Burlington Route the old and 5131 1 45 6162 Moberley 2 41 KM E S Porter, Louisville, Ky The corn crop in this vincinity it place, have gone to Swango Springs, M 2 47 6015 ... Union Bishop, Leesburg, Ky. firmly established line to and through 5139 ...Sallie greatest demand. There was prac6 05 6203 5235 3$ S 3 15 2 15 . Richmond.. J D Pnrcell, Lexington. good and selling at one dollar per bar AVolfe count-- , for their health. tically no' difference between the mar- Omaha in any direction. 3 00 59 6336 5230 333 Million 620 Dodge, Lexington. Asa rel in the field. C31 3 45 6333 .. , Valley View 325 KM Francis A Powell, Lexington ket Thursday and Friday. Of the 74 Howard Elliott. L. "V. AVakkley 5317 There was preaching at Antioch last 29 M 6 58 4 10 4 JO 4435 6505 Nicholasville Chas F Steinwehr, Rockwood, Tcnn 6 10 Gen. Manager. 29 59 5 00 Robert Long and Sidney jTudor, of Sunday, by Rev. O. J. Young. Versailles hogsheads of dark tobacco all but five 5179 Gen. Passenger Agent. 750 6583 Perry Crosthwaite, Lexington The undersigned has a arm of 200 acres, as a 36 S 5523 6665 J M and John Skaia, Lexington St. Louis, Mo. hogsheads were of the new crop. The A. M." P.M. P.M. V. vT. whole or to suit purchaser, which he bffera at this burg have gone to Mercer county 27 f9 6623 5575 Carrie Rapp, Louisville. The colored people, of this locality, private sale; situated at 26 M 5652 6790 31aggie D Burrier. Lexington prices Friday were the most satisfacto speud a week among relatives there. had grand picnic last Saturday, at All trains connect with Louisville Southern : S 6S39 6593 a Sandy Jackson. N Middleton. Ky rnado cosy Hamsfacturin trains to and I rem Louisville. tory of the week, and while not high 1 ElrtHBB!? Kittocr 2 M 5737 6891 R F Johnson, Baltimore, Md ? of VJ. J. Sanders a ijf 18j All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains l.ari3. t'cl Jn: 5785 2 M 6945 Maggie D Burrier, Lexington STATION, cer county, visitedstock traderhereMer- the mouth of "Joel Barnes" branch.Milgood values were realized. fitirly to and from Ciucinnati. last 3 M 7013 5831 relation's D B Good, Lexington. .. 8 I J- - r- - w- - Ecrc3 Co., 121 J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. Misses ITettio Hayden, Norah 7053 KM Dr A P Taylor, Lexington .. ft LJ 1 i B K Fnyctto St, Ealtksore. 5889 W. II ADAMS. Superintendent. on the waters of Silver Creek. It Is well wa- week and sold Dr. Perkins one hunX, niltation of IVhisky Production. 5933 7105. . Anna Schmidt. Louisville. Ky 2M 5 tered. There is no better land in Madison dred and fifty hogs at $3 C2J per 100 lion and Messrs Allen Turner, Price 59S2 -.- . Rarick, Nicholasville, Ky 71S0 . ... Phil county. Louisvillk, Ky., Aug. 27. The pro2 M and Jesse Tudor and Talton Million 72 638 Frank Reenhart, Louisville pounds. 2 M 7320. 6092 John A Huguely, Burgin, Ky It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by moters of the scheme to limit the prowere the guest of Miss Cora Tudor last 2 M 7378.. 6144 C A Culver, Louisville turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, Squire Nath Cotton and Sam Leslie Sunday. duction of Kentucky whisky to five 6222 Sallie Sanders, Louisville . ... .389 5e etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post S9 62S1 Louisville. ..C L Spangler,Somerset, Ky years are much encouraged. J. B. attended the Fair at Broadhead last 22 5 6359 C L Parker, Office, ten miles from Richmond. Misses Mary Parks, of Richmond, 6408 ,. Thompson, of llarrodsburg, who has J M&JohnSkatn. Lexington It is likely they will bring and Carrie Parks, of Union, have been TERMS Sale will be made cash, week. 39 6449 J M & John Skain, Lexington . drawn up the official, agreement, will balance to suit purchaser. 29 59 For particulars, the blue string back on their fine horse, . 653d . (IN KENTUCKY.) Miss Alice Adams, Louisville the guest of Mrs. Nathaniel Reid. 16 54 ... 6600 address Amanda J Brittingham, Lexington " If a price can be placed on pain, 'Mother's be here Monday with the papers, and Itosco. W M il 6641 3Irs Hattle F Hccht, Louisville Miss Carrie returned home last Suu-d- Friend Is worth its weight in gold as an allevi- a tour of the state to visit Schedule la eSect May 1. 1808. WM , 6631 Geo. D. White, tho ,'Sue M Gentry, Danville, Kv. ator. Jly wife suffered more in ten minutes with Don't grumble, gold bugs with38 1159 5760 Flemingsburg, Ky Thomas L Given, either of her other two children than she did alinterested parties will begin. It is 40 18 59 feb3-t- f 6807 No. 1. No. 6. No. a. .... LafonRiker.Harrodsbnrg.Ky. Trade Marks White's Station. Ky. T.AFTBOTJSn. out gold, stand up and take your meditogether with her last, having previously used 38 ' 17 58 6S5t Mr. and Mrs. K.Jj. Maliin and Mr. fou r bottles of ' Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing "rroposcd to get the agreement in Designs W H Ford, Lexington. 7.40am 4.055m 7.45pm Lv Louisville... 38 cine like men. If things dQn't go to 17 59 6S9J . .. .. W H Ford. Lexington any one Copyrights &c. 9.ttfexn Ar Shelbyville. and Mrs. Robert Uaker, of Troy, are tocustomer. expecting to become a mother," says shape for the distillers' meeting, to be 1" , 6931 .. . W H Ford, Lexington. a Anyone sending a sketch and descrlpUon may csupm MOwn CALDWELL'S Ar La'renceb'i;. 8.am e.&2pm I0.ospxa I 3S ". 16 59 6971 qnlckly ascertain our opinion ireo whether an ... Robert Wells. Georgetown, Ky lClfiam visiting the family of Mr. Schuyler Ar Versailles . Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, held at the Gait house on September 17 59 7021 Invention Is probably patentable. Commnnlcn- 10. 45am FH Norton, Lexington. lasipm Ar Lezlngton 29. It will then be brought to the noThe nrrslerv Taylor. strictly conndentlal. Handbook on Patents tlons of Caraii, III., to the Bradfield Regulator KM 70S6 BV'fX Liof life and J S Chrisman, Danville INDIGESTION. B 3S i No.0. No. 2. No. 4. sent tree. Oldest aeencr lor lerartnc natents. WtBTllOOXD. 5, 7135 .. James Ravencxatt, Lexington Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the propriePatents taken thronEh Mnnn Co. recelTe 26 7.45am 4.40pm fxO&am as pux. 7227 - 159 Miss Addio Clark who has been tors and manufacturers of "Mother's tice of the representative producers of Maggie Smith, Lexington. ... Lv Lexington .. tpecial notice, without charge. In. tho 26 t 12 5 8.10am 5.00pm S.Z7om VerwvilieK.... 7266 Ar E F Gaines. Danville .. . ziea many a visiting Miss Mattio Ferrel, of Union, Friend." This successful remedy is not the state. The production in the lim'3 AOCNTS S.35am S.30pm S.45ani 7321 Ar I.a'ren..-el"y.XTEO Vii!cRiii7vrs, to fell cjr Printlnr .. J D Pnrcell, Lexington . wise man. The ited scheme is calculated at So7,2o0 SI t 1 CSTsim 6.19pm 6.S3&m Presses. and Key Ar Shelbyville- -. 7361 The Morning Herald, Lexingtcn. one of the many internal medicines adalchemists o f , has retu ned home. o? 10.55am 7.50pm T.SOam M , liccLiSt cla"d iluUcrc:luJitis..-eciPr-,-j Ar LouLvllle ... 7413 Miss Anna Knoble, Lexington . A handsomely illustrated weekly. vertised to do unreasonable things, but a barrels annually, or 10.700.000 gallons. old searched' in 29 13 M f"trnr3. &: J. K. v. DUHMAN I) 71S1 . .. Emil Ithardt, Nicholasville, Ky S3 of any scientific Journal. Trains Nos. 1,2, Sand 6 carry Free Observa. vain for some 1 & scien tifically prepared liniment especially yearr tour monins, si. aoia oy au newsaeaien.a r.T 7535 J S Chrisman, Danville tion Chair Cars. cotabinatioc of Bueklen's Arnica Salve. jp 7579 effective in adding strength and elasticity Madisonville, O WBCassidr, " jt 21 4" THE MARKETS. MUHN &Co."iBroarai.HevYork 29 , I3 7619 drugs that . W J Loughndge, Lexington WESTBOUND. EASTUOCM. organism whicn 26 63 12 M urancn urace, ca - stwasningtoa, u. u. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. to those parts of woman's of 76oS would prolong' '.. ..E W LeCain, Cincinnati, O 26 6J No. IS.IN0. ll.i stations. INo. lilNo. 14. bear the, severest strains childbirth. 12 SO Cincinnati. Au&.4 29. 7814 Mary Atkins, Lexington lift indefinite- Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt RheumFever 03 LIVESTOCK Caltlcconiaion. 3 35 4.(ipm! '.latn'LT LouUvil Ar 7.5Cpm 10.5&am T8&8 The liniment may be used at any and O S Williams, Burgin. Ky " ' 25 4" ly. Common 21 4 25 fc 4 Sr.lect butchers. H 7S27 fviimi VJTom.Ar I.arncbrzAr 6J5pm 8.Sun Leavel, Lancaster, Ky Victor S sense, chemis- Sores, Tetter, Chapped .Hands, Chil- ail times during pregnancy up to the SAL.VKS Pair to eood Hunt.. 6 23 26 61 6 75 12 M 7.Sipra latiiro Ar HarodsberAri 4.40pm 7.35am 7B73 Kate S Brown, Lexington try and medical blains,. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, very liouf of confinement, Thc.earlier it HOGS Common 26 F 3 15 Ct 3 05 Uurgln.. Lti 4.30pxnl 12 JjJ . 8vl6 Kate 8 Brown, Lexington Mixed packers 3 10 3 95 26 ; is begun, and science have, 12 v : ; longer used, the 805t WESTBOUKD. Kate S Brown, Lexington EASTBOUStt. 3 W to 4 10 and positively cures Piles, or no" pay re- perfect will be the result, but it has more 21 4 Llrht shippers. ...... H 5 combined in 8101 S Bowman, Lexington the been SHEEP Chirac TO No- 16lNo.65. 3 40 liA3fiO No. ls.ftNo.67.' 21 PTATIOSH. '.. 3110 It. S SWells. Georgetown, Ky this p( tn quired It is guaranteed to give perfect used during the last, month only with AMISS" " 2 6 55 5 75 10 W 7.S0pm 8188 Ul.pm 7.tuam L LoutsTlI Ar how man the way to a loeg and healthy T B Crutcher. Nicholasville. Ky . 2 75 ft 2 95 FLOUK Winter family 12" satisfaction or money refunded. Price great benefit and success. 6..Bpm ... WJipm tLltum Ar Shclbvil Ar 0.27am: 3232 Thos A Ballantyne, Cincinnati, O , 60 life. 67 12 ' 2 red.new QTlApi Wheat-N- o. tt 0J M 4.15pm ..., . 8271 Thos A Ballantyne, Cincinnati, O. tiim IHIItuaAr Verslles Ar 8.0tam 2.38pm Common sense teaches that a man should 25ceuts per box. Forjsale by Perry & .It not only shortens labor and lessens rvo. 3 red,...,,... ............. 24 4" aO U . 7.15nm ILluuni Ar Midway Ar 7.45am! 8315 Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington the pain attending it, but greatly diminnot k or Corn No. 2 mixed...... ..".. 2147 64. 30 that he should 7.4pm lit'6;im Ar Georctn LtI 7.15amS 3.00pm S352 Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington Oats No. 2 tare ample time for his meals, for resting Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. ishes the danger to lifebr both mother 2t 4" &. 2I! 11 l Very loir rates win b In ef-, 8339 Shookum Gulch Pool. Lexington WESTBOUND. EASTHOCNU. Rye No.2...... . ...... . ..... 47 21 4 dec!5-l- y and for recreation mod xleep; that he should G. White. U w and child, and leaves themother In a con- HAY Prime to choice. 842T iiect from all points in th Shootnm Gulch Pool, Lexington .t 1No. l.ltNo. 5." No. tltNo. 2. STATIONS. 24 .S 00 I Soutn to Cincinnati andrs- 11 no neglect the little ills of life, because 8B1 Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington dition more favorable to speedy recovery. PKOVIsIONS-Me- ss Pork os4 H J turn via the Quen& Cres-- 1 they are the precursors orserious and fatal -- . Shookum Golch Pool, Lexington S."l 7."m .U.tuu 1.V LAW15T11 A' lu5am 4 67K LardPrime, steam.. "Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists BUITEK-Chol- ce 21 47 juSimi' &o?nm;LY Vendlcs A' 7.60am; 1 5 R. O. Reryauiine, colored editor, of leant Route audits cosssct- - j 8.VM. ,ST Leavel. Lancaster, Ky. h .maladies. Chemistry has enabled men to 11 n dairy..,. .... 22 lL(a.m' 7.36pm ArNlchlrlU Ar &58am 4.10pm : 10 0 ilattunesduzlncthe && , John Walsh, Maysville, Ky.. so make combinations of 'drags that were im- - Standard at Xiexingtou, has"announced atSi.cOi or sent- by express on receipt of Prime to choice creamery.. ILSMpcl. 6.30pzu ArRichmndLv 8.0Sami ........ 10 860O . Hon W C P Breckinridge, Lexington-price. . APPLES-Cho- lce to tancy. .... 2GG &.2S0 siDie in we oavs. or the alehemurf. 17 U 2.00pm LUipsi! Ar Irvine Lv 868S 5" Allen, Lexington. .. R 75 per bW... 1 Valuable book for women, "Before POTATOES-rNeedical science has tauKht'when. how and himself as a candinate for the Republi20 C6 : ,. ; John Nusa, Louisville. 8725 Alice Sy No. L No. S. stations. "Why these combinations of drugs should can nomination in the Seventh District, 22 Baby is Bom," sent free on application. 10 10 CKICAdCC 8775 .John C Letri, Georgetown, Ky . 7.40amj 7.4TDm J.r Louisville. ii. Mrs Mattie Hen ey, Nicholasville. Ky C 9 to be used. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- lie does not expect to win, 8812 3 65 i 3 75 ... . ... 10. 45am, 10.35pm Ar Lexington but simply fHE DRADFIELD RECUUTOa. CO., Atlanta, Ca. PI.OOK "Winter patents 17 44 cO ....... 8 38j9 . covery is the most valuable or all R.C Morgan, Lexington. GltAlN Wheat--N2 red:.. A m U NatloBclEocaKpateBtl 20'S Ar Knoxville 8.16pm. 7.4.am 9. W 8895 - - .j. JanS-i-y V M Drake, Drand. Rapids, Mich. No. 3 Chicago spring..,.... 61 medicines, and the most effective. wants to see how much the Repiibli- 6i Asbeviile Ar 5.10am; 1.15pm W:Sept 5lh to I Oth, I89S.I : CORN No.2 Its' first work is upon the fountain-heaof I can party thinks of a colored candidate. . ., i... Ar Savannah.... b. litem he 20K stomach. A man who has a weak Ar JacHsouTille . .. .? FOR EULIi iNB'ORliATION ADDRESS D.lSam POUK Mess Tickets will tie on sale! and impaired stomach. and who does not There is no doubt about- what the party Ar Chattanooga ...... 7Jpm; daiani ISopt. 3rd to 9th Inclusive, L ... 5 10 tt& 12H LARD Steam.... Ar Atlanta..... ...... properly digest his food will soon find that will do for their colored brother. &.OU3mlLJ0am rood, return! ns, NEW YORK; .... his blood has become 'weak and impoverAr .i&.Wi Railway. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, ficst Moo-da- y. nMvJa V-- . n, . -- . . trwmEk an . . :5 'wpbITiimmri'"iilrtim'riiu'-'- nt. nl bFH Scott's Emulsion Bid You Tak& NEW YORK FASHIONS. " rtB3U. CUla-Blrt- 'vy Z. I . bk f TRY 4 tailoi-matl- ' ut -- close-fittin- g abe r high-clas- s do-yo- u kV AIMU T W f ft tl W MTT rkw smVAsm f MMnKHmMBBri liW 'M kLM H HI Bp V mSMMmmmmM0 H" smwsBooo - 't--J- . ? t - y? -" yr a0 r . .. ...,tJ 2 'v; V- - . tatlcr-mad- e, , r- -e -- ! s, of wHK I VflpPlii a'4 LHHKKnC rpeEmBsBnBbk JttHfFrffl I 0.. I I ! FARMERS 1 Farming Implemmi - tasa- -. i :, ! I ia t l i 5i5i::: MtimM t uTtVHH(VftHSH sE-nBfS!ffBHI9i n- DBEtii'S cough-worn : I Conioi M-H o I o ca ice-crea- m well-inlorm- 'HMw TBiflH. tmm BWHn llll J llllllllsl IIUIIVI I I E TAYLOR Bros. I .................. oss.ooooeoossosss3 taMtasaesaeeai9cea8i8cec99e(iei for: microbe-bearin- g I rrr We Don't i Wfmwm ii m a 1 mu. a&mi Know a Thing k aeirs Plno-Tar-Hon- ey 1 . Je2-l- y Accom.-Ne- urn "is Ul w k." About the color of footwear for I summer. Therefore we propose to every pair of our present stock at once reerardless of cost. rx 11 . Thos-Ulac- k . We not carry over a pair and tiie price we are ma Kins: on tiiem will 11 1 1 one-hal- 11 accom piisn me oojecr. it win you to call at once and make yom 1 EASIER THEM selections. SEED-$1.50$- 1.60. SEED-2.7o$3- .50. ped, 9' . quautit, an' Freeman ros. wwrsc - - FTBURNSGA David R. Tevis. ISoul'iern . . j Read This tt Mik msm lODD&BT, Of Lexington, Kentucky. lr 2sS'y Bcr-del- la Safest Investment Largest Profits. y jYRUP PEPSi R. N. & B. R. h Vice-President- s, idea Following July, wed-din- wall-pape- r, Jly6-6- m . I ... . . SALE one-thir- FARM FOR? . . ers. . . riceiess Fain . . i . WHITE'S ill ' , ". Z. SOUTHERN RftlLWftY. . 1". d . y. .. . l"i . I - . ' ' . . SDR. . FEPSlN iiiu.-n'.r- o s Scientific American. Ter-na- . . . . ! t ion C 3- 1 2-- CO r -- Low Rates -- - 131 " . , mi Cincinnati - ..;... , ECONOMIST RAISES over-wor- over-worr- y; .,... .. . . 1 1 Q.A.R. Bept-iat- GA 1 " .. .- .... " 2.1 . health-jestorin- g o. -- d Jife-;t- - J.la.-o- n Ar Jacksonville 8.10am,. 5pm 40pm? ....... I.v Clialtanooi Ar IMrniinsham ... Ar HrriJian Ar Nw Orleans.. u. I carries Fris Chair eat' Loulsvine to IrSmnon. there c oncctlne with Solid Vesti-Jml- e Train carrylux throush Pullman Sleep-ln- jr Car loB.rmlu ham. Meridian and New Orleans, also makes cto connection at Chatia-t-jojlor Atlanta. Aiocou, Jackonvllle nod iiruoswlek. No. 3 carries Tu"nio Slecpr Loulsvine to csaUaaooga and Ulrmlnhsia!, also Lexineton to Jacksoovllk via HotSwiBKs, Asfceviue. nnflPuUmanUnlcj Sleeper LkxlngUm to New ra lLlTm ILlOpm " v.vat4 lia,30am' 10.90am L2.'vim lull lutcmrtlnn to Extension ot limit to Oc tober 2nd. con bo secured Irr depositing ticket wlthl Joint Aeent. Call on tout 1 Ticket Ascnt or vrrito fori Dissolution Notice. r--- '4 f .... .. ,.-- . -- 1 Orleans. f Dallj tsceptSunday. A. WHJSBOIJ.T.&T.A., isrrlca la ths South. Thniurh Pullman 64cepers on hsndsama Testlbuled trains run dsilT xromjacxsonTiue, savnnnon. jytinnta. coiuabia. Macon. Btrmkieham. Xsrldian. Heir oneass, AssstuIc XnoxTlIls. ChaMaaooss. Xexinrtoa, ott. throuah, to Cincinnati irrthbttC CBaaca.-vtthe famous a Finest train ished, and that his whole-bodis improperly and insufficiently nourished. Thts medicine makes strong, facilitates the flow, of digestive juices, restores the lost appetite,- - "makes assimilation per-ec- tj invigorates the liver and purifies and enriches the blood. It is the great blood-makeand nerve tonic It makes men strong in body, active in mind and cool in judgment , It does not make flabbr faL but solid. muscular fiesh. nerve force and vital en- y r, flesh-build- known The Henry Bradley, a wealthy farmer of was onprtnersh!p firm,Aueust. as McKce Ss Co. 1S98. riissnlvpil. tneHtu cay or No Robinson- - county, commiftpil RHirMc!oIT'?01PasJ,Iei'5h?nrctirSn? from the firm w . niirpnfiBAH nuuiA-3n"17 ibar. dfitA' viu k " . r. v- UwsnilcKea at his home near J(t,. Olive, last Fri- Kiiowieucea..DyM0K.ee. " " " will con oBshiess at the. old stand. dacithe day. His; mind ha.d been dera.fijK?ti 1 FLOUR Winter patent. . . wheat-n- o. 2 tea........ .w A mixed. .u......:.. CORN No. OATs Mixed. . :.....,.,;:.... POUK New mesi..... ........ LAUD Western. ....... FLOHR OKAIN-wWu-No.3a. 3.70" 4 08 47 27 73X 30 A, r -- r LoStsrUle. l aAwww.M v pjko.n., -- JST.Swirrtr.&TJL, jjk. cvwri iVAtosoa.Xj. HMwMte,Krv 'J iUEEHl Cbescehti S - WjA.TBWtO.y.AX WitX.TA:fxwLA.a.l--.- a HOOTC ' . t?.' ti Wi: of CofUb. WlitHey Ca; " V- - J " Ky writes J Abort two and Jnlf years ago a.."A. "' ;? .' was taea with trrr3ima 4 the chest. bsi I to spit Bp blood, was troubled wfth sJiht- gsn The priuclpul ',eU of 7TrtoJ Ricp. sweats and was so short winded that I could hply walk half a mUt fnieAJX; Pierce's. are ami. j wjpojHUtwion Sr.MUjjj ronee i 7oar alKWMf'tws red two black, ommi W j; . wwn steoieai VMCOvcrr ana Mvejuptored j. a.awH(SFW'aw-ii- ad .uu ts, aao aavo J 1nUi.faistrecUiaadweht."A lr MHIIHUtiA teee bMM tanA far. by . Tm dealer who orna aoaw 11 W0; ABadiUv &V0W tat4ieia wd Gniwu TWnaaatya, in?- hub dv CAMU adrissftl. t?ttTntjUmttKt. wwitn cw , caiuav HfT pzki ... as tmniWK tanrer MsV dm &oa. SfffiEi 1 Aw9fymUsii; ' r." ' J. W. Jordan,. , for some time; He committed tlib deed in jiils own .banfby hanging hitrisel(, with a trace chain-aud;leather trap. He wai abachelor?aBtr aboat a eixty-year;old.- augM-t- w .- .OWENMcKEB Family Baltimore; ...Jx........ ..;... M40 - SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary' Isoal Ageit, RichfflGQi, Ky. aence S y iirc'Ffi'smi.vrioN as'nursesbu: eiimr. old ., .. ... ... wrinaie invalid, liaa van u.mk oince. M . 4 jr aug34-3- w ? . - zjs "wyo r 9 , Soiuheca Wheats.,,.. .... Co;n Mixed., t i. Oats JSyhlte.....-,,...-. 61- - & 74 Tmm.T Kamt MRS. A. T. MILLION, , tv lfllodfinfcGutteriuff " r u niicl:Gen6ratJ:: ;. - ,1 . &$:'. si u y6l6rk:,v ieir0$paper Directarij. t "! s jg -. a - n - - - - l4 w.uvmim tK. .t. ' .&7 ".'Ul? ' SfSwt,i'T VP. ' - "MjiHT TEXfWa riiwss? sK r: itKsSi T is-h- r IUhaODl, KylfCfcUtfAi, to KimofHlr ia. Jtttrmitti -- cwrtfvd to ay .1'! sUfae IBghth OKMKitwial ,,.: ppr A." yr.U:vn!Mk Hlwt-lTMBefuiJtMiteon Kd)a wltk tJw larjsest county or in eoafcry Dw-rk- ,.afe?gr.mftm - .'wUbfe'evMom . Kk.' - t. . ftiiii TnrtiT-- ll the Bemoertic " t Consist c .JmJUk S.. ::S.. ? t :: rifJ '0-- -